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John Jaha
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Baseball Player
    (May 27, 1966- )
    Born in Portland, Oregon
    First baseman and designated hitter for the Milwaukee Brewers (1992-98) and the Oakland Athletics (1999-2001)
    American League Comeback Player of the Year (1999)
    His surname sounds too close to java.
    He failed to reach the All-Star team during his best statistical season as a result of having three superstars at the first base position (1996).
    He struggled to adapt to playing in the National League.
    He was omitted from the Athletics program guide in spring training as the team's front office felt he was a long shot to make the team (1999).
    He struggled to stay healthy during his career.
    He played in Australia for two seasons, prior to playing with the Brewers.
    He was signed by the Brewers at the encouragement of his fellow teammate, Dave Nilsson.
    While playing for the Brewers triple A affiliate in Denver, he was the second player to hit a ball into the upper deck of Mile High Stadium (1992).
    He defied the odds and made the Athletics roster in spring training (1999).
    He made his only All-Star appearance during his tenure with the Athletics, in his comeback season.

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