Baseball In Oakland baseball in Oakland. Written June 30, 2003 Last Updated July 1, 2003 jeff cirillo then bunted home a run, diving and rolling to touch first. http://www.tow.com/photogallery/2003/20030630_baseball/
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Extractions: Teams - Angels Astros Athletics Blue Jays Braves Brewers Cardinals Cubs Devil Rays Diamondbacks Dodgers Expos Giants Indians Mariners Marlins Mets Orioles Padres Phillies Pirates Rangers Red Sox Reds Rockies Royals Tigers Twins White Sox Yankees - Leagues - AAA-Int'l AAA-Pac Coast AA-Eastern AA-Southern AA-Texas A-California A-Carolina A-Florida State A-Midwest A-South Atlantic A-NY-Penn A-Northwest R-Appalachian R-Pioneer R-Gulf Coast R-Arizona Independent International NCAA High School Mochis Mexican Pacific League W-L Record: 34- 32 BATTERS G AB R H TB HR RBI SH SF HP BB IB SO SB CS DP AVG OBP SLG *Arredondo, Jesus *Bass, Jayson Bojorquez, Victor *Carrillo, Matias 1 Cervantes, Ivan Cirillo, Jeff Furmaniak, J.J. Hardy, J.J. Hurtado, Hector Johnson, Rontrez *Kroeger, Josh Martinez, Luis C. 2*Mendez, Roberto T*Mendez, Roberto Orantes, Ramon Orrantia, Carlos Quintero, Christian Robles, Trinidad Santana, Mario Santana, Pedro *Sievers, Carlos Soto, Saul PITCHERS W-L SV ERA G GS CG SHO GF AB TBF IP H R ER BB IB SO HR HB WP *Aguilar, Hugo 2 Bernal, Manuel T Bernal, Manuel
Extractions: Jeffrey Howard Cirillo (born September 23 in Pasadena, California ) is a third baseman in Major League Baseball who currently plays for the Milwaukee Brewers . He bats and throws right handed. Before the season Cirillo signed to his second stint with Milwaukee. After attending the University of Southern California , he was selected by the Brewers in the 11th round of the amateur draft and played for them from 1994-99. He also has played with the Colorado Rockies Seattle Mariners (2002-03) and San Diego Padres With the Brewers, Cirillo collected a .300 average or better for three seasons, including a career-high .326 in . The same year, he added 198 hits (also a career-high) with 15 home runs and 88 RBI . His most productive season came in with the Rockies, when he posted career-highs in RBI (115), runs (111) and doubles (53); finished with 195 hits, and matched his personal-best .326 average. In , Cirillo hit .312 with 83 RBI and a career-high 17 home runs. After two troubling seasons with the Mariners, he joined the Padres in , but he broke his right index finger trying to bunt at spring training , and was out most of the season.
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Extractions: Wed, 24 Aug 2005 11:30:50 -0700 Brewers.MLB.com reports Milwaukee Brewers IF Jeff Cirillo (fractured finger) will travel to Milwaukee for a check-up with team doctors. Brewers MAN Ned Yost reported that Cirillo has been feeling some minor soreness in his wrist, but Cirillo called it "nothing major."
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Extractions: The Mariners also will closely watch the progress of left-handed Independent League signee Bobby Madritsch as well as hard-throwing J.J. Putz (pronounced "Pootz"), Aaron Taylor and Allan Simpson, who has reached 99 mph on the radar gun and has been cleared for participation by a vascular surgeon despite suffering from lupus. In handicapping the AL West race, one set of numbers jumps out: 30, 34 and 6. Those are the home run totals of Anaheim third baseman Troy Glaus, Oakland third baseman Eric Chavez and Seattle third baseman Jeff Cirillo, respectively. Cirillo struggled severely, hitting .249, although his career batting average is still above .300. His statistics were even dwarfed by David Bell (20 home runs for San Francisco), the man he replaced at third for the Mariners. Melvin, who coached Cirillo in Milwaukee, threw to Cirillo two weeks ago in Arizona and still can't believe Cirillo's slide.
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