About Nick Johnson Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
A first baseman in Major League Baseball that is currently playing for the Washington Nationals, Nick Johnson was born in Sacramento, California on September 19, 1978.
His minor league record started in the year 1998 when he had able to bat for .3177/.466/.538 with home runs of 17 in 303 at bats for Tampa and he was an All- Star for Norwich in 1999. Johnson batted .345/.525/.548 with a 37 HBP and 123 walk in 420 officials at bats. Johnson played for the United States team and participated in the Futures Game during the 1999 and 2001 All- Star Weekend. He hit .284/.422/.472 in the 2003 season during in his Major League career. He was traded for Javier Vazquez to the Montreal Expos after the 2003 season. Because of his back injury, he wasn’t able to play until May 28 after the 2003 season. Johnson’s year came in the 2006 season.
He was able to hit .290/.428. With a walk percentage of 18.0%, Johnson was the second in the NL walk. His patience endured him playing the game. Johnson won the 1999 Eastern League All- Star 1B and at the same year, he also won the Double-A-All-Star 1B. In each year of 2003, 2004 and 2006 he saw 4.28 pitches per plate in his appearance. Johnson signed for a contract extension just before the 2006 season began. He signed the contract worth 16.5 million dollar.
Avail his autographed baseball, jersey, and photos in Sportsmemorabilia.com. His name is mistakenly spelled sometimes as Nick Johnnson, Nicck Johnson, Nick Jonson, Nik Johnson and Nick Jonson.