Extractions: Be alerted when new features are added. Let people know you like this site. Sponsor this page for $15. Batting Glossary Year Ag Tm Lg G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG TB SH SF IBB HBP GDP ++-++++-++-++-++-+-+-+-+-++-+-+-+-+-+ 1992 24 NYY AL CAL AL ... NL 143 422 47 104 26 2 6 53 59 90 .246 .344 .360 152 6 5 7 11 ++-++++-++-++-++-+-+-+-+-++-+-+-+-+-+ 11 Seasons 1350 4554 643 1196 226 13 165 722 14 21 607 957 .263 .351 .427 1943 19 56 60 41 116 ++-++++-++-++-++-+-+-+-+-++-+-+-+-+-+ 162 Game Avg Career High Special Batting Glossary Year Ag Tm Lg PA Outs RC xR xR27 xW OWP BA *lgBA OBP *lgOBP SLG *lgSLG OPS *lgOPS*OPS+ psOPS SB% ++++++++-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-++-++ 1992 24 NYY AL CAL AL ... park adjusted Fielding Glossary Year Ag Tm Lg Pos G PO A E DP FP lgFP RnF lgRnF GS Inn ++-++++++-+-+-+-+-++ 1992 24 NYY AL 1B 6 43 2 7 1.000 .993 7.50 8.37 DH 1 0.00 0.00 1993 25
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Extractions: Sarah's J.T. Snow Page Welcome to my J.T. Snow Page! I dedicated this page to J.T. Snow, the first baseman for the San Francisco Giants, because he is my favorite baseball player. I have followed him from the Yankees to the Angels and now to the Giants. One reason I like him is because I think he is very underrated. When I tell people who my favorite baseball player is, they usually say "Who?". I rest my case. Another reason I like him is because he is a very good defensive first baseman. I think too much emphasis is put on offense and not enough on defense in baseball today. Leaping for wild throws and picking some of the weirdest hops have become his trademarks. J.T. has won six Gold Glove Awards for defensive excellence. Why do I like J.T. so much? It just seems he's the All-American guy: clean cut, well spoken and nice to fans. Oh yes, and I am aware that J.T. is "ugly impaired." So I encourage you to peruse my site and when you are done sign my guestbook! Till then: peace, love and baseball Interesting Links: Career Statistics of J.T. Snow
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Extractions: J.T. Snow Picture Gallery Pictures of J.T. with the Giants Picture Gallery One Picture Gallery Two Picture Gallery Three Picture Gallery Four ... 2002 World Series Pictures J.T. Snow Baseball Cards Baseball Card Gallery One Baseball Card Gallery Two Baseball Card Gallery Three Baseball Card Gallery Four Miscellaneous Pictures Pictures of J.T. with the Angels J.T. at Spring Training J.T. at Shea Stadium Miscellaneous J.T. Snow Pictures Note #1: Click here to visit Jennifer's Giants page and view her personal collection of J.T. Snow pictures. Note #2: Click here to view Aubrey's personal collection of J.T. Snow pictures.
JT SNOW Name Jack Thomas snow. Team San Francisco Giants J.T. snow is the son of former Los 3 autographed baseball cards. If you have any J.T. snow memoribilia that http://members.tripod.com/ironmanbbs/jtsnow.htm
Extractions: J.T. Snow is the son of former Los Angeles Rams' standout Jack Snow. They make up the first-ever father-son, NFL-MLB comination. On 11- 27-96 J.T was traded from Angels with cash to the Giants for Allen Watson and Fausto Macey. He won the Gold Glove award in 1996 with a .993 fielding percentage ( ten errors in 1,387 chances ). This year Snow hit .257 with 17 homers and 67 RBIs. He also won the award for his fielding by finishing with a .997 fielding percentage ( four errors in 1,222 chances ), the third best in the AL in 1995. He had batted .289 with 24 homers and 102 RBIs the previous year, his first full season in the majors. In 1993 he was named player of week twice, April 19-25 and Sept 27- Oct 3. On 12-6-92 he was traded from Yankees to Angles with Russ Springer and Jerry Nielson for Jim Abbott. J.T. was the International League's MVP in the Yankee's system in 1992. I am a fan of J.T Snow. I collect his trading cards. I have acquired 31 trading cards plus 3 autographed baseball cards. If you have any J.T. Snow memoribilia that you would not mind parting with then e-mail me with what it is. I have many cards already, but I do not mind having doubles.
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J.T. Snow Baseball Statistics By Baseball Almanac on Monday, February 26, 1968, and began his Major League baseball career on is pleasedto present a comprehensive player registry for jt snow which includes http://www.baseball-almanac.com/players/player.php?p=snowj01
Extractions: Support Baseball Almanac - Visit One Sponsor Each Visit Advertise Here Contact Us Our Newsletter Support Our Efforts ... Year In Review "The difference between the old ballplayer and the new ballplayer is the jersey. The old ballplayer cared about the name on the front. The new ballplayer cares about the name on the back." - Gold Glove First Baseman Steve Garvey T he Gold Glove Award was first presented by the St. Louis-based Rawlings corporation in 1957 to honor the eighteen best fielders at their positions. R awlings used a combination of defensive statistics along with visual effect to determine the winner and honored the recipient with a large gold glove. Voting is currently done by the managers and coaches from each Major League team who are NOT able to select their own players. B aseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive list of Rawlings Gold Glove Award winners at the first basemen's position. Rawlings Gold Glove Award ® First Basemen Year National League Team American League Team Gil Hodges Brooklyn One Winner Only n/a Gil Hodges Los Angeles Vic Power Cleveland Gil Hodges Los Angeles Vic Power Cleveland Bill White St. Louis
Extractions: Selected by New York Yankees organization in fifth round of free-agent draft (June 5, 1989). ... Traded by Yankees with P Jerry Nielsen and P Russ Springer to California Angels for P Jim Abbott (December 6, 1992). ... Traded by Angels to San Francisco Giants for P Allen Watson and P Fausto Macey (November 27, 1996).
Extractions: BOX SCORE SCOREBOARD Sign up for Strat-O-Matic Basic Baseball Season 2 SAN FRANCISCO The San Francisco Giants got to Trevor Hoffman once again. Shawon Dunston 's run-scoring infield single capped a three-run ninth inning against Hoffman and the San Francisco Giants beat the Padres 6-5 Wednesday on J.T. Snow 's RBI single in the 12th. "I'm not disappointed because I threw well," Hoffman said. "They just made some good adjustments and put the ball in play." Hoffman had converted 27 straight save chances since Sept. 8 at Arizona but couldn't protect a three-run lead in the ninth. On Monday, Hoffman allowed a game-winning homer to Barry Bonds in San Diego.
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Extractions: Born: 1B 1992- Yankees, Angels, Giants J.T. Snow's Teams 1992 New York Yankees 1993 California Angels 1994 California Angels 1995 California Angels 1996 California Angels 1997 San Francisco Giants 1998 San Francisco Giants 1999 San Francisco Giants 2000 San Francisco Giants 2001 San Francisco Giants Games Average HR RBI Career Books and articles about J.T. Snow December 6, 1992 : The Yankees trade 1B J.T. Snow and pitchers Russ Springer and Jerry Nielsen to the Angels in exchange for P Jim Abbott July 15, 1997 : Visiting San Francisco scores 13 runs in the 7th inningthe most in the National League since the Dodgers scored 15 in the 1st inning against the Reds in 1952to coast to a 162 win over the Padres. The Giants send 19 men to the plate in the 7th and face 80 pitches in the 52-minute inning. They score seven runs before J.T. Snow
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