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Jay Powell
James Willard "Jay" Powell (born January 9, 1972) is a former American baseball pitcher who last played for the Atlanta Braves. He was drafted by the

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For the American politician, see Jay Powell (politician). For the Federal Reserve Chairman, see Jerome Powell. Jay PowellPitcherBorn: (1972-01-09) January 9, 1972 (age 46)
Meridian, Mississippi Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debutSeptember 10, 1995, for the Florida MarlinsLast MLB appearanceJuly 29, 2005, for the Atlanta BravesMLB statisticsWin–loss record36–23Earned run average4.17Strikeouts423 Teams
  • Florida Marlins (1995–1998)
  • Houston Astros (1998–2000)
  • Colorado Rockies (2001)
  • Houston Astros (2001)
  • Texas Rangers (2002–2004)
  • Atlanta Braves (2005)
Career highlights and awards
  • World Series champion (1997)

James Willard "Jay" Powell (born January 9, 1972) is a former American baseball pitcher who last played for the Atlanta Braves.

He was drafted by the San Diego Padres in 1990, but did not sign. Following his junior year at Mississippi State, he was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the first round (19th pick overall) in 1993 and signed. He played for the Florida Marlins, Houston Astros, Colorado Rockies, and Texas Rangers before signing with the Atlanta Braves in January of 2005. His last game was on July 29, 2005, when he fractured his humerus.

Powell was the winning pitcher of Game 7 of the 1997 World Series for the Florida Marlins.

External links
  • Career statistics and player information from ESPN, or Baseball-Reference
  • ^ Transactions
  • Most consecutive seasons pitched without a losing record among pitchers who primarily pitched in relief http://www.hardballtimes.com/the-anomalous-jay-powell/
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1993 Major League Baseball Draft First Round Selections
  • Alex Rodriguez
  • Darren Dreifort
  • Brian Anderson
  • Wayne Gomes
  • Jeff Granger
  • Steve Soderstrom
  • Trot Nixon
  • Kirk Presley
  • Matt Brunson
  • Brooks Kieschnick
  • Daron Kirkreit
  • Billy Wagner
  • Matt Drews
  • Derrek Lee
  • Chris Carpenter
  • Alan Benes
  • Scott Christman
  • Chris Schwab
  • Jay Powell
  • Torii Hunter
  • Jason Varitek
  • Charles Peterson
  • Jeff D'Amico
  • Jon Ratliff
  • John Wasdin
  • Kelly Wunsch
  • Marc Valdes
  • Jamey Wright
  • Kevin Orie
  • Mike Bell
  • Josue Estrada
  • Pat Watkins
  • Marc Barcelo
  • Jermaine Allensworth
  • Todd Dunn
  • Willie Adams
  • Matt Farner
  • Kelcey Mucker
  • Joe Wagner
  • Jeremy Lee
  • Mark Lukasiewicz
  • Charles Rice
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Baltimore Orioles first-round draft picks
  • 1965: S. McDonald
  • 1966: Parks
  • 1967: Grich
  • 1968: Kennedy
  • 1969: Hood
  • 1970: West
  • 1971: Stein
  • 1972: Thomas
  • 1973: Parrott
  • 1974: Dauer
  • 1975: Ford
  • 1976: D. Williams
  • 1977: Hazewood
  • 1978: Boyce
  • 1979: None
  • 1980: J. Williams
  • 1981: None
  • 1982: Kucharski
  • 1983: Wilson
  • 1984: Hoover
  • 1985: None
  • 1986: None
  • 1987: Myers, DuVall, Harnisch
  • 1988: Olson, Gutiérrez
  • 1989: B. McDonald
  • 1990: Mussina
  • 1991: M. Smith
  • 1992: Hammonds
  • 1993: Powell
  • 1994: None
  • 1995: Shepherd
  • 1996: None
  • 1997: Werth, D. McDonald, Ndungidi
  • 1998: Elder, Tucker
  • 1999: Paradis, Stahl, Bigbie, Reed, Cenate, Rice, Roberts
  • 2000: Hale, Johnson
  • 2001: C. Smith, Fontenot, Bass
  • 2002: Loewen
  • 2003: Markakis
  • 2004: Townsend
  • 2005: Snyder, Olson
  • 2006: Rowell, Beato
  • 2007: Wieters
  • 2008: Matusz
  • 2009: Hobgood
  • 2010: Machado
  • 2011: Bundy
  • 2012: Gausman
  • 2013: Harvey
  • 2014: None
  • 2015: Stewart, Mountcastle
  • 2016: Sedlock
  • 2017: Hall
  • 2018: Rodriguez
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Florida Marlins 1997 World Series champions
7 Kurt Abbott
8 Jim Eisenreich
9 Gregg Zaun
10 Gary Sheffield
14 John Wehner
15 Cliff Floyd
16 Édgar Rentería
18 Moisés Alou
19 Jeff Conine
20 Darren Daulton
22 Devon White
23 Charles Johnson
24 Bobby Bonilla
25 Al Leiter
26 Alex Arias
27 Kevin Brown
28 John Cangelosi
30 Craig Counsell
31 Robb Nen
39 Jay Powell
41 Tony Saunders
42 Dennis Cook
49 Félix Heredia
52 Ed Vosberg
57 Antonio Alfonseca
61 Liván Hernández (NLCS MVP · World Series MVP)
Manager
11 Jim Leyland
Coaches
Bench Coach 6 Jerry Manuel
Bullpen Coach 12 Bruce Kimm
Hitting Coach 29 Milt May
First Base Coach 37 Tommy Sandt
Third Base Coach 45 Rich Donnelly
Pitching Coach 47 Larry Rothschild
Regular season
National League Division Series
National League Championship Series


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