"Gregg Jefferies was a natural. As a young boy growing up in Millbrae, he became a mini-legend on Bay Area youth league diamonds. At Serra High in San Mateo, he was a state-caliber, multi-sport athlete who excelled in baseball and football. He signed a professional baseball contract after his senior year at Serra. A National League all-star, he has been a major league player for 11-seasons, competing for three National League teams: the Mets, Cardinals, and Phillies. He carried a career .296 batting average in the 1997 season." [2009.030.089]
A retired infielder/outfielder in Major League Baseball who had a 14-year career from 1987 to 2000. He was a highly touted prospect who was the 1985 Major League Baseball Draft number one overall selection who became a two-time (1986 & 1987) Baseball America Minor League Player of the Year. He went on to become a two-time All-Star. Now owns Gregg Jefferies Sports Academy in Pleasanton, California.
|Born||Aug. 1, 1967|
Baseball, infielder/left fielder
New York Mets (1987–1991, Kansas City Royals (1992), St. Louis Cardinals (1993–1994), Philadelphia Phillies (1995–1998), Anaheim Angels (1998), Detroit Tigers (1999–2000)
|Titles & honors||SMC Sports Hall of Fame plaque|
|Education||Serra High School|
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