About Jeff Francoeur Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Jeffrey Brandon Francoeur was on born January 8, 1984 and comes from Atlanta, Georgia. He is part of the Major League Baseball and played for the New York Mets as an outfielder. Also known by the nickname "Frenchy", this athlete has a powerful throwing arm. During the June 2002 amateur draft, Francoeur was chosen in the first round by the Braves and later on signed in the team’s advanced Rookie League club which is located in Danville, Virginia. Francoeur has also played with teams like Rome by 2003, Myrtle Beach , Greenville and Mississippi by 2005. Francoeur was crucial in leading the Rome Braves in home runs with 14 and earning the award in the 2003 South Atlantic League Championship.
In 2004, Baseball America saw him as a top prospect, and he ended up joining the Carolina League for both regular postseasons and in 2005, he was invited to play for the All-Star Futures Game. It was also in July 10, 2009 that the team New York Mets traded him for outfielder Ryan Church. On August 23, 2009, Francoeur made history when he made a hit to a game-ending unassisted triple play. He was the second athlete to achieve this and by 2010 he re-signed with the team Mets. In sportsmemorabilia.com, one can find and select autographed helmets and hats and autographed art by this beloved athlete. Currently, Francoeur worked together with the Georgia Emergency Management Agency in supporting Ready Georgia, a campaign for disaster preparation.
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