Jeff Cirillo

Arizona Diamondbacks #9 - Third Base

  • Born: 09/23/69
  • Age: 44
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 200

Blackmon, Rockies lighting up the scoreboard


Charlie Blackmon and the Rockies are smacking the ball every which way this year - particularly in the friendly confines of Coors Field, where the team is hitting .355/.400/.600 (146 wRC+) this...

MLB, Hello Kitty join forces!


Hello, Hello Kitty!

Today In Brewer History: Meet the Reds


These two teams met for the first time 16 years ago today.

Former Padre Brian Sweeney Turns 39


Happy 39th birthday to former Padres reliever Brian Sweeney. "The other other Sweeney", as Gaslamp Baller Nater Tater referred to him, pitched for San Diego in parts of two seasons sandwiched...

Brewers A-Z: Jeff Cirillo


With all due respect to Paul Molitor and Don Money, it's possible this '90's and '00s Brewer was the franchise's greatest third baseman.

Friday Rockpile: Small Hall and Larry Walker


Larry Walker put up Hall of Fame numbers in his career but a lack of counting stats from injury-related playing time deficits makes him a tweener dependent on whether we end up closer to a "Small...

Hall of Fame Poll: Roger Clemens

Would you vote Roger Clemens into the Baseball Hall of Fame?

Cirillo Among Former Brewers On 2013 HoF Ballot


1000 of his 1598 hits came as a Brewer.

Things About Jeff Cirillo That Make You Laugh Now

Reflecting on some highlights of the Jeff Cirillo/Seattle Mariners experience, because of Chone Figgins and because of why not?

Today In Brewer History: 1000 For Cirillo


Jeff Cirillo is the only Brewer ever to finish his career with exactly 1000 hits, and the last one came on this day six years ago.

Milwaukee May Not Be Best Blueprint For Houston's Switch

What can Houston learn by looking back at what the Brewers did in their league switch.

Today In Brewer History: Don't Blink Or You'll Miss Jeff Cirillo


On this day in 1994 the Red Sox scored four runs in the first inning and never looked back, beating the Brewers 7-1. Most of the remaining fans in attendance at Fenway Park probably hardly noticed...

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