Former MLB Outfielder
Career Highlights: Johnny Damon is a former MLB All-Star Outfielder. Two time All Star and two time World Series Champion, Damon played in the MLB from 1995-2012 and began his career playing for the Kansas City Royals. While playing for the Royals from 1995-2000, Damon had one of his best seasons in 2000 when he led the American League in runs (136) and stolen bases (46). In 2001, Damon played for the Oakland Athletics and was third in the league at bats (644). In 2002, Damon signed a four-year deal with the Boston Red Sox, in his first year he led the league in triples (11) and was voted as an American League All-Star. 2004 was one of his best seasons batting a .304 with 20 home runs and 94 RBIs, he also hit a home run in a four game World Series Sweep against the St. Louis Cardinals. In his last year with the Red Sox, Damon received a vote into the 2005 All Star Game as the American League's center fielder. From 2006-2009 Damon played for the New York Yankees where he won his second World Championship in the 2009 World Series against the Philadelphia Phillies. Johnny finished out his playing career playing for the Detroit Tigers (2010), Tampa Bay Rays (2011) and Cleveland Indians (2012).