Jarrod Zane Patterson was born on September 7, 1973, in Montgomery, Alabama. His father’s name is Chuck Patterson and his Mothers’ name is Jenny Patterson. He was a member of the Chilton County High School baseball team that finished second in the state championship in 1990. In his senior year, he hit.470 with 11 home runs and 38 RBIs, and he graduated in 1991. He earned a scholarship to Jeff Davis Community College. On March 11, 2020, 46 years old Patterson was killed in a car crash.
|Full Name||Jarrod Zane Patterson|
|Father name||Chuck Patterson|
|Mother name||Jenny Patterson|
|Date of Birth||September 7, 1973|
|Children||Briggs Patterson, Knox Patterson and Anthony Patterson; Daughter, Mattie Patterson|
|Sister||Monica (William) Dill|
|Death||March 11 2020|
|Place of Birth||Montgomery AlabamaStar Sign Virgo, United States|
|Net worth||1-5 million|
How was Jarrod Patterson’s childhood?
Jarrod Zane Patterson was an American professional baseball third baseman who played from 1973 to 2020. Chilton County High School in Clanton, Alabama was from where he graduated. He was a member of the Detroit Tigers and Kansas City Royals in Major League Baseball (MLB) for two seasons. The New York Mets selected him in the 20th round of the 1993 MLB draft. Patterson’s first career season was with the Rookie League Gulf Coast Mets in 1993, and his last was with the Joliet Jackhammers, Schaumburg Flyers, and Gary South Shore Rail Cats of the independent Northern League in 2006. In 2004, he spent his last associated season with the Royals’ Triple-A Omaha Royals.
Patterson, a third baseman and first baseman, began the 2003 season in Triple-A Omaha before being promoted on July 4 after hitting 11 home runs and driving in 50 runs. He batted.231 with two runs earned in five games before being sent back to Omaha. He was recalled in September after the rosters were extended, and he was mainly used as a late-inning backup.
The Royals, who had lost 100 games the previous season, finished with an 83-79 record in 2003 and were in contention for a playoff berth until September.
Patterson was drafted by the New York Mets in the 20th round of the 1993 draft. Until making his big-league debut with the Tigers in 2001, he has played in the minor leagues with Arizona, Montreal, Pittsburgh, and Detroit. Jarrod Patterson appeared in 13 games that season but spent 2002 in the minors before joining the Royals in 2003.
Notable Lifetime Achievements of Jarrod Patterson
- Opened the season with Toledo and started slowly with the Mud Hens as he batted just .235 (8-34) in 14 games during April…was demoted to Erie (AA) in May and hit .400 in 20 games before returning to Toledo.
- Made his Major League debut at Arizona on June 16…collected his 1st Major League hit in the 8th inning, a single against the Diamondbacks Bret Prinz.
- Jarrod Patterson safely in each of his 1st 4 games in the Majors from June 16-19, going 6-for-15 (.400) with a homer and 2 RBI.
- Drilled his 1st Major League home run, a solo shot off Arizona’s Curt Schilling on June 17, as he collected a season-high 3 hits.
- Optioned to Toledo on July 18, where he would spend the remainder of the season.
- 1995 MVP Appalachian League Kingsport Mets
- Played for Maryvale in the Arizona Fall League and Hermosillo in the Mexican Pacific League following the 2001 season.
- Opened the 2000 season with Triple-A Nashville in the Pacific Coast League after signing during the off-season as a Minor League free agent with Pittsburgh.
- Assigned to Double-A Altoona in early June. Hit .139 (5-36) in 11 games before returning to Nashville on June 20.
- Acquired by the Montreal Expos from the Pirates in exchange for pitcher Matt Skrmetta on Aug. 12, assigned to Triple-A Ottawa by the Expos.
- Turned in an outstanding year in the year 1999 as he split the year between Double-A El Paso and Triple-A Tucson in the Arizona Diamondbacks organization.
- Was tied for the Minor League lead with Asheville’s Juan Pierre with 187 hits…was 2nd in the Minors with 52 doubles, 4th with 308 total bases, tied for 4th with 77 extra-base hits, and 5th with his combined .358 batting average.
- Named to the California League’s mid-and postseason all-star squads while with Single-A High Desert in 1998….paced the California League with a .551 slugging percentage.
- Finished 2nd in the league with a .335 batting average and 271 total bases.
- Named the TOPPS/NAPBL Player of the Month in the California League for August. Earned Diamondbacks Minor League Player of the Month honors after combining to hit .375 with 6 home runs and 23 RBI in August and September.
Minor League Notes
- Spent the 1997 season with Regina in the independent Prairie League…tied for the Prairie League lead with 24 doubles…finished 5th with a .363 batting average, 33 extra-base hits, and 2 triples.
- Struggled during the 1996 season as he split time between Single-A St. Lucie and Single-A Columbia in the New York Mets organization…opened the season with St. Lucie, hitting just .180 (11-61) in 17 games, including .037 (1-27) in his final 6 games before being sent to Columbia in late April.
- Jarrod Patterson was named the Appalachian League MVP following a solid season with Rookie Level Kingsport in 1995, was also selected to the league’s postseason all-star squad.
- Paced the league with 57 RBI and 33 extra-base hits in 1995…finished second with 129 total bases, 13 home runs, and a .538 slugging percentage and tied for second with 17 doubles.
- Jarrod Patterson was 3rd in the league with 64 games played and 1 home run every 18.46 at-bats…finished fifth with 240 at-bats.
- Posted a 15-game hitting streak July 2-18, batting point 362
What is the relationship status of Jarrod Patterson?
Jarrod Patterson was residing in Birmingham, Ala., with his wife Britt and his sons.
Jarrod Patterson’s net worth?
According to the 2020 data it was estimated Jarrod Patterson has bagged 1-5 million net worth so far.