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Jay Payton #1AW-5

+ Played in Major Leagues 1998-2010
Positions: CF-651, LF-588, OF-298, RF-108, 1B-25, DH-5
Proper Name: Jason Lee Payton
Born: November 22, 1972 (42.035) in Zanesville, Ohio
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 185 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Zanesville (Zanesville,OH)
College: Georgia Tech
Drafted: 1994 -- 1st round (29th overall) by New York Mets (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 1,1998 (25.283)
TBC Player ID:614
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Recent Contract:Signed to 1-year contract for 2010-2010 ($0.4m) by Colorado Rockies. Minor league contract
Organizations:NYN, COL, SDN, OAK, BOS, BAL
Signed by:Ron Hopkins
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speed contact patience batting power
65.14 83.57 22.36 58.5 43.57
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  • Awards for Jay Payton
    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    1994NCAA1st Team College All-AmericanOFAward History
    1994NCAAAtlantic Coast Conference All-ConferenceOFAward History
    1994MINORShort-Season A All-Star TeamOFAward History
    1994MINORShort-Season A Player of the Year Award History
    1995MINORDouble-A All-StarOFAward History
    1995MINOREastern League All-Star TeamOFAward History
    1995MINOREastern League Most Valuable Player Award History
    2002MLBNational League Player of the WeekAugust 19-August 25Award History


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