Jay Jackson

#25RP,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 195
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: Furman
Birth Place: Greenville, South Carolina
Draft: 2008 9th round by the
  • Yardbarker

    New York Mets: Has the Rafael Montero era finally come to an end?

    After yet another poor outing in the majors, New York Mets pitcher Rafael Montero was optioned down to Vegas on Friday in favor of 26-year-old right-hander Tyler Pill. The demotion for Montero comes immediately after his spot start on Thursday against the San Diego Padres, where he allowed three runs on five hits and three walks with four punchouts over just three innings. The Mets would go on to lose the game 4-3. The start seemed to be just more of the same for the 26-year-old out of the Dominican Republic. In his 37 games of major league action spanning three seasons, Montero has sported a 5.81 ERA, allowing 60 earned runs and walking 61 in just 93 innings. This season, he has allowed 18 earned

  • Harper Among 4 Nats' Starters Out Vs. Padres Sunday
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    Harper Among 4 Nats' Starters Out Vs. Padres Sunday

    WASHINGTON -- On Dec. 19, 2014, the San Diego Padres traded pitcher Joe Ross and a player to be named later -- it would be Trea Turner -- to the Washington Nationals in a three-team deal that included the Tampa Bay Rays. Since that trade, the Padres have posted a record of 160-215 while the Nationals are 208-166 after they won 3-0 Saturday as Stephen Strasburg struck out a career-high 15 batters in seven innings and the Washington staff fanned 17. As a reminder of what could have been, Ross (2-0, 5.32) makes the start Sunday against San Diego right-hander Jhoulys Chacin (4-4, 5.74) in the finale of the three-game series at Nationals Park. First-place Washington is 30-18 while last-place San Diego

  • Carl Edwards Jr.'s special tie to Memorial Day
    CSN Chicago

    Carl Edwards Jr.'s special tie to Memorial Day

    CSN's Kelly Crull and analyst Dave Otto discuss the upcoming matchups and Kyle Schwarber's slump in this edition of the Cubs Road Ahead, presented by Chicagoland & NW Indiana Honda Dealers. The Cubs haven't received any California love so far on their six-game road trip.  At Dodger Stadium this weekend, the North Siders were swept away in three games that were never really close. And, now, Joe Maddon's club must regroup on the fly as they head to San Diego to open a three-game set with the Padres on Monday.  If it's any consolation prize, the Cubs' bats did show signs of life against three-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw on Sunday. They roughed him up for 11 hits and four earned runs.