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Jay Robertson

+ Played in Minors: Reached AAA


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Biography Data
Positions: P-175
Proper Name: Jay Howard Robertson
Born: September 17, 1957 (59.013)
Place Sacramento, California
Height/Weight: 6-5 / 215 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Bella Vista (Fair Oaks,CA)
College: Sacramento City College
Drafted: 1977 -- 3rd round (77th overall) by Toronto Blue Jays (Jan-Reg)
TBC Player ID:93351
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Career Activity
Organizations:TOR
Signings as Scout:8
Relationship(s):Father of Tyler Robertson, Father of



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  • The jobs listed on this page are not necessarily complete and there may be a lag for new jobs to be included.
  • Players signed while a Scout
    PlayerPosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraft Info
    Bob ScanlanPMLB6-4220R-RPHI: 1984-25-636
    Jeff GrotewoldLF-CMLB6-0215L-RNot drafted
    Wally RitchiePMLB6-2180L-LPHI: 1985-4-96
    Doug Strange3B-2BMLB6-1188B-RDET: 1985-7-184
    Scott ReavesSSA+6-1200R-RPHI: 1987-16-416
    Steve KirkpatrickOFAA5-11160L-RNot drafted
    Peter MaldonadoPA+5-11165R-RNot drafted
    Peter Callas1BA+6-3210L-LNot drafted
    Jobs in Baseball for Jay Robertson
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1984Philadelphia PhilliesMLBScout8181.5004 
    1985Philadelphia PhilliesMLBScout7587.4635 
    2010Washington NationalsMLBSpecial Assistant to the General Manager6993.4265 


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