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Bobby Brown (outfielder)

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Bobby Brown
Bobby Brown - New York Yankees - 1981.jpg
Brown in 1981
Born: (1954-05-24) May 24, 1954 (age 67)
Norfolk, Virginia
Batted: Switch Threw: Right
MLB debut
April 5, 1979, for the Toronto Blue Jays
Last MLB appearance
October 5, 1985, for the San Diego Padres
MLB statistics
Batting average.245
Home runs26
Runs batted in130

Rogers Lee Brown (born May 24, 1954), is a former Major League Baseball player who played outfield in the major leagues from 1979-1985. Brown played for the Toronto Blue Jays (1979), New York Yankees (1979-1981), Seattle Mariners (1982) and San Diego Padres (1983-1985)

In 502 games, Brown accumulated 110 stolen bases, 313 hits, 26 home runs, 130 RBI, and a .245 batting average.

He and Jay Johnstone were sent from the Phillies to the Yankees for Rawly Eastwick on the day before the trade deadline on June 14, 1978.[1]

His best season came in 1980 with the Yankees, when he hit 14 home runs, with 47 runs batted in and 27 stolen bases. He also played in two World Series during his career (1981 for the Yankees, and 1984 for the Padres).

Brown's most famous claim to fame may have taken place in late September of the 1984 season for the Padres, when he emerged from the San Diego dugout and attacked the San Francisco Giants' immensely unpopular mascot, Crazy Crab, knocking him to the ground, and pummeling him for several seconds as Candlestick Park fans roared their approval. The fans then gave Brown a standing ovation as he walked back to the Padres dugout. The man inside the Crazy Crab outfit, actor Wayne Doba, missed the final two games of the season with back pain, then filed a lawsuit against the Padres, settled out of court in 1985 for $2000.[citation needed] Drew Costley, San Francisco Chronicle, July 31, 2019

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