The move from college ball to the professional ranks can change a player's practices and comforts in…
Who's on First? Jacobs Is...
The punishment endured by catchers of usually takes it toll on a player's offense output. Jason Jacobs serves as the perfect example for this premise after his mixed 2006 season. The 6-foot, 210 pound catcher was selected by the Mets in 20th round in 2006 out of the University of Georgia. He played in 75 games with the Bulldogs, batted .331 with seven homers and 48 RBIs, and reached the...
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