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Jay Buhner Speaker & Booking Contact Information

Former Seattle Mariners Outfielder






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Jay Buhner Speaker & Booking Contact Information 

Former Seattle Mariners Outfielder

Contact SeattleAthleteSpeakers today at 800-214-7141 to book Jay Buhner for a corporate appearance, technology convention, speaking engagement, store grand opening, autograph signing, product endorsement, moderated Q&A or a VIP meet and greet. The booking agents at SeattleAthleteSpeakers work on your behalf to get you the best price for your desired sports celebrity in the Seattle area.

SeattleAthleteSpeakers has built close direct relationships over the years with top athletes, agents, assistants and managers. We specialize in assisting all size businesses, as well as event planners with booking athletes like Jay Buhner for speaking engagements and appearances at trade shows, charity events, golf tournaments, conferences, conventions, and corporate events. For years, companies have turned to SeattleAthleteSpeakers to get Jay Buhner booking fee, appearance cost, and booking agent contact information.

Jay Buhner Biography

Jay Buhner was born August 13, 1964, nicknamed "Bone" and is a former Major League Baseball right fielder. At 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) and 220 lb (100 kg), he was among the most recognizable players of his day, noted for his shaved head, thick goatee, and patch of pine tar on the right hip of his uniform. Buhner hit his stride in 1991, hitting 27 home runs with 77 RBI, hitting a massive home run against his former team in Yankee Stadium in July, and having continued success against the Yankees. In an extra-inning home game against the Oakland Athletics on June 23, 1993, he became the first Mariner to hit for the cycle. Buhner began his cycle with a grand slam in the first inning, and hit a triple in the 14th inning to complete it; he subsequently scored the winning run on a wild pitch. While well known for his tendency to strike out, he also developed a patience at the plate which allowed him to walk 100 times in a season twice (1993 and 1997) and to post a career OBP of .359. By the mid-1990s he had developed into one of the premier offensive players in the game, hitting over 40 home runs in three consecutive seasons (1995, 1996, and 1997), becoming just the tenth player to do so (and the first since Frank Howard in 1970); this feat has since been equaled by several other players. After the 116-win 2001 season, Buhner retired at age 37 in December as one of the most popular players in Mariners history. Although his jersey number 19 has not been issued since, it has not been officially retired, per the team's policy regarding retired numbers. The Mariners require a player to have spent at least five years with the team and be elected to the Hall of Fame or narrowly miss election after spending substantially his entire career with the team.

Disclaimer: SeattleAthleteSpeakers assists companies seeking to hire talent like Jay Buhner for speaking engagements, corporate appearances, product endorsements and other hospitality events. Our speakers bureau does not claim to exclusively represent Jay Buhner . Our booking agency can help with finding an athlete or sports celebrity that aligns with your upcoming event date, location and budget. When a company requests a booking for talent like Jay Buhner, we work closely with the client to make sure the event dates do not interfere with the requested athlete’s schedule. The booking fees listed on the speaker profile are rough estimates based on the previous market rate for the talent. Our team works direct with Jay Buhner‘s agent, manager or assistant on the booking request. For companies interested in hiring Jay Buhner, please fill out the booking request form so our Seattle booking agents can help make your next event a success.

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