Jeff Reboulet

#492B,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 174
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: LSU
Birth Place: Dayton, Ohio
Draft: 1986 10th round by the
  • Yardbarker

    What is wrong with the St. Louis Cardinals?

    The St. Louis Cardinals mid-June road trip has drawn to a close and suspicions as to how bad this team is have now been confirmed. After the Cards dropped a series to the Baltimore Orioles, they were able to take a series from Philadelphia. The cratering Cardinals, took two extra inning wins away from the Phillies but were unable to close out the sweep in the third game losing 5-1. With St. Louis dropping three games on this road trip they have lost pace with the Chicago Cubs. The Cards are now five back while the Cubs have maintained second place. The Cardinals have officially slipped. The closest team to the Cardinals is their upcoming opponent the Pittsburgh Pirates with only one game separating

  • Local product Preston Claiborne ready for any bullpen role Jeff Banister, Rangers see fit
    SportsDay

    Local product Preston Claiborne ready for any bullpen role Jeff Banister, Rangers see fit

    ARLINGTON - Back in his days as a third baseman at Carrollton Newman Smith High School, Preston Claiborne’s favorite Ranger was fellow third baseman Hank Blalock. Claiborne was impressive enough with the Trojans that in June of his senior season, the Pittsburgh Pirates selected him in the 23rd round of the 2006 major league draft. He opted instead to attend college. At Tulane, Claiborne, who pitched some at Newman Smith, was converted to a relief pitcher. He was impressive enough for the Green Wave that the New York Yankees selected him in the 17th round of the 2010 June draft. And so began Claiborne’s professional sojourn that landed him at Globe Life Park on Thursday after his hometown Rangers

  • Knebel sets strikeout mark as Brewers beat Pirates 4-2
    USA Today

    Knebel sets strikeout mark as Brewers beat Pirates 4-2

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — Travis Shaw and Corey Knebel were too much for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Shaw drove in three runs with a home run and two doubles and Knebel set a modern-era record for most consecutive games by a reliever with a strikeout at a season's start and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Pirates 4-2 on Thursday. "The guy is seeing all of my pitches really well," Ivan Nova said of Shaw. "Give him the guy credit, too. He's one of the hitters I've tried to find a way to get out." Knebel struck out Josh Bell on a foul tip leading off the ninth. The 25-year-old right-hander retired Elias Diaz and Andrew McCutchen on popouts, finishing a four-hitter for his 12th save in 15 chances. "He came back