Jerry Royster #1

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  • 6' 0"/165

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Jerry Royster MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.249 40 352 189 .648

Jerry Royster Bio

  • Full Name: Jeron Kennis Royster
  • Born: 10/18/1952 in Sacramento, CA
  • High School: Sacramento, CA
  • Debut: 8/14/1973
  • Last Game: 9/28/1988
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 4208 552 1049 40 352 189 .249 .315 .648

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Awards

Jerry Royster Leaderboards

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
1976 24 13th in NL
1977 28 16th in NL
1978 27 15th in NL
1979 35 9th in NL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
1979 103 7th in NL

Walks

Season BB Rank
1979 62 21st in NL

Hits

Season H Rank
1979 164 21st in NL

Triples

Season 3B Rank
1978 8 10th in NL
1979 6 19th in NL

Games Played

Season G Rank
1976 149 21st in NL
1979 154 23rd in NL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
1979 601 15th in NL

Plate Appearances

Season PA Rank
1976 605 21st in NL
1979 676 15th in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
1976 13 4th in NL
1977 10 21st in NL
1978 17 3rd in NL
1980 13 12th in NL

Jeron Kennis Royster Bio Info

COACHING CAREER
2012 marks 1st season as the Red Sox third base coach and 1st season overall in the Boston organization ... Managed the Lotte Giants of Korea Professional Baseball from 2008-10...Was the league's 1st foreign manager... Led the Giants to a 204-185 (.524) overall record and a playoff berth in each of his 3 seasons at the helm ... Previously held Major League coaching positions with Milwaukee and Colorado...Was Davey Lopes' bench coach with the Brewers and coordinated the club's Spring Training camp from the beginning of the 2000 campaign until taking over as Milwaukee's interim manager on 4/18/02...Named the club's full-time manager for the remainder of the 2002 season on 4/30...Served as third base coach for the Rockies in their inaugural 1993 campaign ... Spent 10 seasons as a minor league manager in the Dodgers and Padres systems, compiling a 608-650 (.483) career record...Was at the helm of Los Angeles' Triple-A Las Vegas affiliate in 2005-06...Also managed in the Dodgers organization from 1989-92 with Rookie-level Kissimmee (1989), Short-A Yakima (1990), High-A Vero Beach (1991) and Double-A San Antonio (1992)...Won a Northern Division championship with the GCL Dodgers in 1989 and 1st-half division title and playoff berth with Vero Beach in 1991...Managed Double-A Memphis (1995) and Triple-A Las Vegas (1996-98) in the San Diego minor league system...Earned the Padres Manager of the Year award in 1996 after guiding the Triple-A Las Vegas Stars to the Pacific Coast League's 2nd-half title ... Was a coach with Seattle's Double-A Jacksonville club in 1994...After 1992 season, managed Sun Cities Solar Sox to an Arizona Fall League title in the league's 1st year...Also held the positions of minor league baserunning and infield coordinator with the Expos in 1999 and minor league infield coordinator with the Dodgers in 2003-04 ... PLAYING CAREER
Signed with Dodgers as an amateur free agent in 1970...Was in LA organization with Bobby Valentine in 1971-72 ... Played 16 seasons in the Majors with Dodgers (1973-75), Braves (1976-84, 1988), Padres (1985-86), White Sox (1987) and Yankees (1987)...Primarily a 2nd and 3rd baseman, also saw action at shortstop and in the outfield ... Saw only postseason action with the Braves in the 1982 NLCS...Best Big League season came in 1979 when he hit .273 and set career highs with 25 doubles, 51 RBI, 62 walks, 103 runs and 35 stolen bases for Atlanta ... PERSONAL Has 2 daughters, Kara and Kristie ... Attended Healds Business College in Sacramento, CA...Graduated from Sacramento (CA) High School where he lettered in baseball, basketball, football and track.