Jeff Williams

#54RP,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 185
Bat: R
Throw: L
Born:
College: Southeastern Louisiana
Birth Place: Canberra, Australia
Draft: Undrafted
  • NBC Sports

    Is it really that weird that Cody Bellinger does not know who Jerry Seinfeld is?

    Dodgers rookie Cody Bellinger has been tearing through the league so far this season, blazing a 50-home run pace despite not even making his debut until April 25. His Dodgers are winners of 10 games in a row, sit in first place and have the best record

  • Dombrowski turns to Fister again, this time in Boston
    ABC News

    Dombrowski turns to Fister again, this time in Boston

    Doug Fister is again pitching for Dave Dombrowski, a reunion between a pitcher and an executive with plenty of history. Dombrowski made a number of big trades when he was with the Detroit Tigers, and two of them involved Fister. One came in 2011, when the Tigers acquired him from Seattle. The other was after the 2013 season, when Fister was dealt to Washington. Those deals had a significant impact on contending teams, and that's what the Boston Red Sox — Dombrowski's current employer — are hoping for after bringing in the 33-year-old starter to help an injury-plagued rotation. "It's definitely a good feeling to get back out here," Fister said after pitching six innings in Sunday's 4-2 loss to

  • Montero earns first win since 2014 with solid performance
    SNY

    Montero earns first win since 2014 with solid performance

    Mets RHP Rafael Montero earned his first major-league win since 2014 by throwing 5 2/3 solid innings in Sunday's 8-2 win over the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park. Making his third start of the season, Montero struck out a season-high seven batters and allowed one run and five hits, throwing a season-high 104 pitches as the Mets won their third straight game since getting swept by the Los Angeles Dodgers. "You've got to get some confidence back and it all starts from the way we pitched," manager Terry Collins said, according to the Associated Press. "They kept us in the game, allowed us to build leads and we didn't give up much." The 26-year-old Montero hadn't won a game since he threw 5 1/3