- Jerry White (baseball)
White as Twins 1st base coach, 2009.
Minnesota Twins — No. 13 Outfielder Born: August 23, 1952
Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debut September 16, 1974 for the Montreal Expos Last MLB appearance June 9, 1986 for the St. Louis Cardinals Career statistics Batting average .253 Home runs 21 Runs batted in 109 Teams
Jerome Cardell "Jerry" White (born August 23, 1952 in Shirley, Massachusetts) is a former Major League Baseball (MLB) player and current first base coach of the Minnesota Twins. He played for 11 seasons in the MLB, including stints with the Montreal Expos, Chicago Cubs, and Saint Louis Cardinals. He also played two seasons in Japan for the Seibu Lions and Taiyo Whales.
White has two sons- Justin and Jerome, and a daughter Ashley.
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Minnesota Twins first base coach
Minnesota Twins first base coach
Minnesota Twins current roster Active roster
1 Tsuyoshi Nishioka | 2 Denard Span | 5 Michael Cuddyer | 7 Joe Mauer | 11 Ben Revere | 12 Alexi Casilla | 15 Glen Perkins | 16 Jason Kubel | 17 Lester Oliveros | 19 Danny Valencia | 23 Rene Tosoni | 24 Trevor Plouffe | 30 Scott Baker | 31 Alex Burnett | 33 Justin Morneau | 36 Joe Nathan | 37 Jim Hoey | 38 Luke Hughes | 41 Drew Butera | 47 Francisco Liriano | 48 Carl Pavano | 49 Jeff Manship | 50 José Mijares | 51 Anthony Swarzak | 52 Brian Duensing | 53 Nick Blackburn | 55 Matt Capps | 58 Scott Diamond | 57 Kyle Waldrop | 59 Kevin Slowey | 62 Liam Hendriks | 63 Joe Benson | 64 Chris Parmelee | 74 David Bromberg | 76 Deolis Guerra | -- Ryan Doumit | -- Esmerling Vásquez
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