Jamie Burke

Baseball Player
Born Sep 24, 1971

James Eugene Burke is a Major League Baseball catcher, who is currently a free agent. He attended Oregon State University, where along with baseball he also played for the school's football team playing the position of kicker.

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1971 Birth Born on September 18, 1971.


2003 31 Years Old He played 73 games in the Major Leagues for the White Sox from 2003–. … Read More
2007 35 Years Old As a non-roster invitee in the Mariners' camp during spring training, he beat out incumbent René Rivera for the backup catcher job going into Opening Day. On September 30, 2007, on the last day of the regular season, Burke hit his first career home run against A. J. Murray of the Texas Rangers. … Read More
2008 36 Years Old Following the 2008 season, Burke was non-tendered by the Mariners, making him a free agent. … Read More
2009 37 Years Old Burke was added to the active roster on April 16, 2009, following an injury to starting catcher Kenji Johjima. … Read More
2010 38 Years Old He retired after the 2010 season and became the Manager of the Class-A Cedar Rapids Kernels. … Read More
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