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Sonny Jackson

+ Played in Major Leagues 1963-1974
Biography Data
Positions: SS-648, OF-223, 3B-13
Proper Name: Roland Thomas Jackson
Born: July 9, 1944 (71.027)
Place Washington, DC
Height/Weight: 5-9 / 155 Bats/Throws: Left-Right
High School: Montgomery Blair (Silver Spring,MD)
Drafted: 1962 -- Signed as free agent by Houston Colt 45s
MLB Debut:September 27,1963 (19.080)
TBC Player ID:13231
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Career Activity
Organizations:HOU, ATL
Scouting Scores
speed contact patience batting power
87 85 48 37 8
*as of 2014 season.
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  • Jobs in Baseball for Sonny Jackson
    1978KingsportRkHitting Coach3337.4715 
    1979SavannahAAHitting Coach6083.4205 
    1982Atlanta BravesMLBFirst Base Coach8973.5491Lost NLCS (Cardinals)
    1983Atlanta BravesMLBFirst Base Coach8874.5432 
    1989RichmondAAAAssistant Coach8165.5551League Champions
    1990RichmondAAAAssistant Coach7174.4903 
    1992RichmondAAAHitting Coach7371.5072Lost in Semi-Finals
    1996San JoseA+Hitting Coach8951.6361Lost in Finals
    1997San Francisco GiantsMLBThird Base Coach9072.5561Lost in 1st Round (Giants)
    1998San Francisco GiantsMLBBench Coach8974.5462 
    1999San Francisco GiantsMLBThird Base Coach8676.5312 
    2000San Francisco GiantsMLBThird Base Coach9765.5991Lost in 1st Round (Mets)
    2001San Francisco GiantsMLBThird Base Coach9072.5562 
    2002San Francisco GiantsMLBThird Base Coach9566.5902Lost World Series (Angels)

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