Bubba Carpenter

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Charles Sydney Carpenter

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Bubba Carpenter's big league life span consisted of 15 games with the Colorado Rockies in 2000, during which he cracked three home runs and slugged .556 in 27 at bats. His first big league home run, an 11th inning blast off New York Mets reliever Turk Wendell, staked the Rox to a 4-3 victory at Shea Stadium on May 16. He was 31 at the time, having endured in the minor leagues since 1991, and would kick back around in the bushes until 2003.

Carpenter was born in Texas in July 1968, the same month as Chuck Knoblauch. Bubba attended high school in Arkansas as well as the University of Arkansas. Most of his minor league career came within the organization of the New York Yankees. In addition to the American minors, he also spent some time with teams in South Korea, Mexico and in independent ball. As of 2019, he scouts for the Yankees and runs a baseball academy. Source: Article about Bubba Carpenter [1]

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