Tag Archives: Matt Stairs

1997 New Brunswick Major Leaguers

This is the first post in a new series where I will be posting a picture and writing a short paragraph about said picture. Above is a lithograph printed during the 1997 Major League season.  The picture celebrates the three … Continue reading

Posted in Atlantic Canadians, Pictures | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Matt Stairs, new Phillies Batting Coach

Fredericton’s Matt Stairs was named hitting coach of the Philadelphia Phillies yesterday.  Stairs, who had the nickname “professional hitter” when he played, spent the last three seasons as an analyst on the team’s television broadcasts. Stairs spent 19 seasons playing … Continue reading

Posted in Atlantic Canadians, Current Events, Major Leagues | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

I’ve Been Everywhere

Very few players in baseball history have played as long as Fredericton’s Matt Stairs (20 MLB seasons & 23 professional seasons).  He also holds the MLB record for most teams played for by a position player (13, counting Montreal & … Continue reading

Posted in history, Lists, Major Leagues, Minor Leagues, Player Profile | Tagged , , | Leave a comment