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Biography Data
Positions: CF-597, OF-199, RF-184, LF-159, 1B-2
Proper Name: Jonathan Henry Jay
Born: March 15, 1985 (30.331)
Place Miami, Florida
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 200 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: Columbus (Miami,FL)
College: University of Miami
Drafted: 2006 -- 2nd round (74th overall) by St. Louis Cardinals (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:April 26,2010 (25.042)
Service Time:5.134 (2015)
TBC Player ID:48464
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Career Activity
Recent Tranx: 2015-12-08 - San Diego Padres - Traded from Cardinals to Padres for Jedd Gyorko More
Prospect Ranks:[2008]SLN #10 [2007]SLN #5
Recent Contract:Signed to 2-year contract for 2015-2016 ($10.975m) [Avoids arbitration] 3.5-6.25 and $1.5m signing bonus by St. Louis Cardinals (2015-02-09)
Organizations:SLN
Signed by:Steven Turco


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  • Awards for Jon Jay
    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    2004NCAA1st Team College Freshman All-AmericanOFAward History
    2004NCAACollege World Series All-Tournament TeamOFAward History
    2005NCAAAtlantic Coast Conference All-ConferenceOFAward History
    2006NCAA2nd Team College All-AmericanOFAward History
    2006NCAAAtlantic Coast Conference All-ConferenceOFAward History

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