Pitcher, Baseball Player
1977 – 2010
Who was Jeriome Robertson?
Jeriome Paul Robertson was an American left-handed baseball pitcher who played three seasons in Major League Baseball for the Houston Astros and Cleveland Indians. In 51 career games, Robertson pitched 184.1 innings and posted a win–loss record of 16–12, with 111 strikeouts and a 5.71 earned run average.
Robertson attended Exeter High School before being drafted by the Astros in 1995. He spent the next seven years moving up the minor league system before making his debut in September 2002. His most productive year was 2003, where he won 15 games and finished seventh in Rookie of the Year voting. He was traded to the Indians the following year, where he played in eight games before being demoted to the minor leagues. Robertson spent the next few years playing in various minor league and independent baseball organizations, including the Mexican League and Chinese Professional Baseball League.
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- Mar 30, 1977
- Exeter High School
- Lived in
- San Jose
- May 29, 2010
on July 23, 2013
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