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John Jaso AW-3

+ Tampa Bay Rays Status: Active (MLB)
Positions: C-686, DH-105, 1B-16
Proper Name: John Edward Jaso
Born: September 19, 1983 (31.135) in Chula Vista, California
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 200 Bats/Throws: Left-Right
High School: McKinleyville (McKinleyville,CA)
College: Southwestern Community College
Drafted: 2003 -- 12th round (338th overall) by Tampa Bay Rays (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 6,2008 (24.353)
TBC Player ID:37775
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Recent Contract:Signed to 1-year contract for 2015-2015 ($3.175m) Avoids arbitration by Tampa Bay Rays (2015-01-17)
Organizations:TBA, SEA, OAK
Signed by:Craig Weissmann
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speed contact patience batting power
33 80 81 64 49

Recent Roster MovementAll Transactions

2015-01-17ASigned to 1-year contract for 2015-2015 ($3.175m) Avoids arbitration
2015-01-11ATraded from Athletics with Daniel Robertson and Boog Powell to Rays for Ben Zobrist and Yunel Escobar
2014-10-01AActivated from DL
2014-09-08D15DL-15 Concussion
2014-09-07D15DL-15 Concussion

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  • Awards for John Jaso
    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    2005MINORMidwest League All-Star TeamDHAward History
    2007MINORDouble-A All-StarCAward History
    2007MINORSouthern League All-StarCAward History

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