Jeromy Burnitz

Pittsburgh Pirates #3 - Right Field

  • Born: 04/14/69
  • Age: 45
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 215

This Date in Mets History: April 15


Mo Vaughn is the last Met to wear uniform #42 as a result of events that transpired at Shea Stadium on April 15, 1997.

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Today In Brewer History: Nieves, Burnitz and more


26 years ago today a small crowd gathered at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, not knowing they were about to witness history. 22-year-old Brewers starting pitcher Juan Nieves started out the game by...

Today In Brewer History: So Long, Jeromy Burnitz


The Brewers traded one of their greatest sluggers to the Mets on this day in 2002.

Today In Brewer History: Happy Anniversary, Jeromy Burnitz

On this day in 1996 the Brewers made a trade in the final hours before the postseason roster deadline, sending veteran third baseman Kevin Seitzer to the Indians. Seitzer had played in 539 games...

Series Preview #42: The Brewers And Cubs' Shared History

A preview of the final Brewers/Cubs matchup of 2012.

Today In Brewer History: Happy Birthday, Jeromy Burnitz


On this day in 1969, Jeromy Burnitz was born in Westminster, California. He grew up in Texas and went to college at Oklahoma State before the Mets drafted him in the first round (17th overall pick)...

The Joy of Doom


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Jeromy Burnitz, Eric Young And Former Brewers On The MLB Hall Of Fame Ballot


If you were around yesterday or read the Mug this morning, you've probably heard this: The 2012 MLB Hall of Fame balloting has been announced, and former Brewers Jeromy Burnitz and Eric Young were...

Tuesday's Frosty Mug


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Barry Larkin Elected To Baseball Hall Of Fame


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Larkin Elected To Hall Of Fame, Burnitz And Young Fall Off Ballot


As seen moments ago on MLB Network, Barry Larkin is the only honoree in this year's Hall of Fame balloting. The former Brewers on this year's ballot were Jeromy Burnitz (1996-2001) and Eric Young...

Hall of Fame Poll: Juan Gonzalez


I was going to go through all the players on the ballot, but there are some that we really don't need to vote on: Jeromy Burnitz was a pretty good player. He hit 315 home runs, drove in 981. His...

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