|Birthname||James Michael Eisenreich|
|born on||18 April 1959 at 16:19 (= 4:19 PM )|
|Place||St.Cloud, Minnesota, 45n34, 94w10|
|Timezone||CST h6w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||28°08' 29°55 Asc. 27°38'|
American first baseman, outfielder and designated hitter who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Minnesota Twins (1982–1984), Kansas City Royals (1987–1992), Philadelphia Phillies (1993–1996), Florida Marlins (1997–1998) and Los Angeles Dodgers (1998).
Eisenreich was originally signed by the Minnesota Twins on 3 June 1980 after being selected in the 16th round of the free-agent draft.
His career has been mediocre at best, plagued with injuries, and, on occasion, the personal choice to retire; he wasn't even a part of professional baseball in 1985 or 1986. The highlight of Eisenreich's career came in 1997 when he played as a back-up pitcher with the Florida Marlins for five of the seven games of the World Series; Florida was the world championship team that year. He also played with Philadelphia in the 1993 World Series, but that team did not win. Another of Eisenreich's few achievements include the three grand slams that he's hit throughout his career.
On a more solemn note, he and his family have been through a lot; Eisenreich has Tourette's Syndrome. TS is a neurological disorder that usually strikes children between the ages of six and nine, however, it can occur as late as age 21, as it did with him. The disorder causes facial and body tics. Less common are verbal tics, which often cause violent outbursts in public, giving the public a very negative image of the disease.
- associate relationship with Whitehouse, Len (born 19 September 1957). Notes: Minnesota Twins teammates, 1983-1984
- Work : Retired 1985 (Retired from pro baseball temporarily)
- Work : Prize 1997 (World Series)
Stephen Przybylowski quotes B.C.
- Traits : Body : Handedness (Batted: Left, Threw: Left)
- Traits : Body : Size (Height: 1.80 m/ 5 ft 11 in)
- Traits : Body : Weight (88 kg/ 195 lb)
- Diagnoses : Body Part Problems : Brain (Tourette's Syndrome)
- Lifestyle : Work : Hazardous work
- Lifestyle : Work : Job-Related Injury
- Lifestyle : Work : Many job changes (Seven teams, twenty years)
- Lifestyle : Work : Same Job more than 10 yrs (Pro baseball)
- Lifestyle : Work : Stressful work
- Lifestyle : Work : Travel for work
- Lifestyle : Work : Work in team/ Tandem (Baseball team)
- Vocation : Sports : Baseball (Pro outfielder)
- Notable : Awards : Sports Championship (World Series)
- Notable : Famous : Top 5% of Profession (MLB player, 1982–1984, 1987–1998)