Larry William Buck Jacobsen...he and his wife, Jennifer, reside in Snoqualmie,
WA...graduated from Hermiston (OR) High School where he was a member of the swim and
baseball teams...graduated from Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton, OR,
where he played baseball...attended Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho.2004
Selected July 15; made Major League debut July 16.
Hit .275 with nine home runs and 28 RBI in 42 Major League games.
Had season-ending surgery on Sept. 16 to repair a defect in the articular cartilage on the
outside of his right knee.
Single July 16 was first Major League hit off of Cliff Lee
Hit first Major League home run July 17 off of C.C. Sabathia
Homered in consecutive games July 17 and 18.
Hit game-ending home run July 21 vs. Oakland.
Hit game-winning home run in the 10th inning July 22 for his third home run in five days.
Struck out as a pinch hitter July 31 to end five-game hitting streak (6x20, 2B, 2 HR, 4 RBI,
Nine home runs were most by Mariner rookie since 1997 (Jose Cruz, Jr. hit 12). Home
runs rank 10th on Mariner all-time rookie list.
Tied for third on American League rookie home run list; ranked 11th among American
League rookies in hits with 44.
Was one of 15 Mariners to make a Major League debut this season.
Hit .312 (91x292) with 22 doubles, 26 home runs and 86 RBI in Tacoma.
Had a season high 14-game hitting streak from May 3-20, batting .411 (23x56) with 8
doubles, 6 home runs, 14 runs scored and 19 RBI.
Named Pacific Coast League Player of the Week for two consecutive weeks (June 14-20
& June 21-27).
Named Pacific Coast League Player of the Month for June after posting a .356 average
with 13 homers and 31 RBI.
Selected as a starter to the 2004 Triple-A All-Star Game.
Won the Triple-A Home Run Derby, hitting 11 home runs in the first round and 8 in the
2003Hit safely in 91 of 131 games with AA Tennessee in the St. Louis organization...had
eight five-games or more hit streaks, including a season-high 10-game hit streak from
April 24-May 4...had 32 multi-hit games, including two four-hit games...hit a career-high
31 home runs...led the league in home runs (31), slugging percentage (.564) and runs
scored (84), finished second in RBI (84) and extra-base hits (56), fourth in hits (133) and
on-base percentage (.388) and seventh in average (.298)...selected to the Southern
League All-Star team...selected by Baseball America as a Double-A All-Star.2002In final season in Brewers organization, had 20 doubles, 15 HR and 60 RBI in 95
games splitting time in Huntsville and New Haven.