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Boots Day
Center fielder
Born: (1947-08-31) August 31, 1947 (age 72)
Ilion, New York
Batted: Left Threw: Left
MLB debut
June 15, 1969, for the St. Louis Cardinals
Last MLB appearance
September 24, 1974, for the Montreal Expos
MLB statistics
Batting average.256
Home runs8
Runs batted in98

Charles Frederick "Boots" Day (born August 31, 1947) is an American former professional baseball outfielder.

A native of Ilion, New York, Day played Major League Baseball for all or parts of six seasons (1969–74), with the bulk of that time spent with the Montreal Expos.

He threw and batted left-handed, stood 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m) tall and weighed 160 pounds (73 kg).

In recent years he had served as hitting coach with the Evansville Otters of the independent Frontier League.

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Hi guys Ian from the Football Boots team and today we are ditching the football boots and we're gonna do a baseball hydro dip we're looking towards the end of the season the playoffs the hunt for October the World Series and in this video you're going to see me transferring things onto baseball bats onto balls and all sorts of baseball stuff we're going to make some awesome hydro dips in this video stay tuned let's get into it all right here we go Boston Red Sox the hottest team in baseball we are going with the flames for their helmet so gonna get those in get that going and then the next thing we're going to put this now orange helmet in and yeah give it some flames it's gonna be awesome okay you ready how is that looking that's quite orange there's quite flames too... big fan all right so this one is a skull graphic and this one is kind of a homage to the day the dead or el dia de Dodgers for the Hispanic population in LA and we're gonna go with the helmet on this just trying to nudge this bubble out I'm excited about this one okay we're gonna give it a spray we're ready okay so we're gonna let the paper get wet ready ready I'm gonna peel off what we have before I'm going to put the oil slick in okay in this goes and I was thinking we could put the mitt in what do you think you're too big too big maybe all right so we're gonna do the helmet time for a bit activator best dip yet check out that White Sox fans all right so this time around we're going to make our World Series ball and we're going to pay homage to all of the nations who take part in baseball across Canada and the USA with all these flags here got the ball what could just throw it in but we're gonna hold onto it for a minute we'll let these do their thing and then maybe in the knuckleball grip we'll try and get it in there all right just maybe a little bit of activator I'm gonna get it out now there we go there we go pretty cool we're going in well that is the biggest bubble we've ever had okay here we go we're gonna ignore the bubble okay we ready? all right so let's try with this new bat we are gonna go shiny side down get that into the water doing its thing give it a minute and then we're gonna put that in there and twist it hopefully and do the magic shall we give it a go what do they reckon to that? alright guys so that pretty much wraps up the video but I want to know what your favorite is out of all these things we've done so we've done some bats we've done some balls we've done some helmets so start off with the bats there's a poll card there right now have a vote and tell me do you like the carbon-fibre bat do you like the yellow and black flag design or do you like the plain original bat so carbon fiber the Pittsburgh Pirates with the yellow and black design or just the straight old wooden bat shouldn't have done it alright so vote the poll card on that one now we're gonna move on and I want to talk about the balls so we've got this kind of oil slick beautiful kind of rainbow colored one you've got the USA flag design one and then you've got my World Series flags of the world version let me know in the poll card now one two three which one of those three you want to vote for and I'm gonna tell you in a second which my favorite ones in this whole video are so let's decide what our favorite helmet is you can have a vote in the poll card now let me know your four choices are the LA Dodgers el dia de Dodgers kind of skull helmet that I've got in my hands here otherwise you've got that zebra print Chicago White Sox helmet the flames Boston Red Sox helmet or the Yankees kind of space design helmet so have a vote in the poll card now let me know what your favorites are I can tell you right now that my favorite is probably the Chicago White Sox zebra helmet along with the oil slick on the ball and the yellow and black Pittsburgh Pirates bat that's my favorite in this video all right guys thank very much for watching you got suggestions for other hydro dips you want to see let me know in the comments below we'll be back with some more football soon so go enjoy your football


Day originally signed with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1966, and received a major league trial with the Cardinals in 1969, playing in 11 games and going hitless in six at bats. At the close of the season, he was traded to the Chicago Cubs for left-handed pitcher Rich Nye. He made the Cubs' opening day 1970 roster, but was soon traded again, in May, to Montreal for veteran catcher Jack Hiatt. After further seasoning in Triple-A, at Buffalo and Winnipeg, he was recalled by the Expos and played the next three-plus seasons as Montreal's platoon center fielder.

In 1971, his best major league season, he reached career highs in hits (105), home runs (4), runs batted in (33), and batting average (.283) in 122 games played.

After slumping in 1972, he returned to form the following season, batting .275 in 101 games in 1973. But the following season, after the Expos acquired veteran center fielder Willie Davis in an offseason blockbuster trade with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Day lost his semi-regular job. After only 52 games and 72 at-bats in 1974, he returned to the minor leagues for the remainder of his playing career. His #8 uniform was then issued to rookie catcher Gary Carter in 1975; Carter went on to a Baseball Hall of Fame career and the Expos retired the number in his honour.

Day appeared in 471 MLB games (449 of them with Montreal), and batted .256 with 295 hits, 28 doubles, eight home runs and 98 runs batted in, in 1,151 at-bats.[1]

After finishing his playing career in the Detroit Tigers' organization, he became a scout, minor league manager and instructor in the Detroit system. He also scouted for the Kansas City Royals.

In 2010, he was the hitting coach of the Calgary Vipers of the Golden Baseball League and in 2011 he held the same position with the Normal CornBelters of the Frontier League.


  1. ^ "Boots Day Stats  -".

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