Deron Roger Johnson is an American professional baseball player, midfielder, hitter and designated coach who played in the Major League for the New York Yankees, Kansas City / Oakland Athletics, Cincinnati Reds, Atlanta Braves. , the Philadelphia Phillies, the Milwaukee Brewers, the Boston Red Sox. and Chicago White Sox, during his 16-year major league career. As an active player, Johnson was 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighed 200 pounds. He hits the ball and throws the right-hander. Johnson then coached the MLB tournament for 12 seasons with the California Angels, New York Mets, Phillies, Seattle Mariners and White Sox. He remained an active member of the California training team when he was diagnosed with lung cancer, which took his life on April 23, 1992, at the age of 53
MLB player in the 1960s and 1970s who hit 245 home runs during his seventeen-year career.
He turned down a football scholarship from Notre Dame to play baseball.
He drove in 130 runs in the 1965 season to lead the National League.
He was married to Lucy Ann, and they had two sons and one daughter together.
He played with Hall of Fame outfielder Frank Robinson for three years on the Cincinnati Reds.
- Players Kearney Yankees
- Coach of California Angels
- Players Valencia Industriales
- RBI National Championship
- Seattle Mariners Coaches
- Coach of the New York Mets
- Coaches of Chicago White Sox
- Coach of Phillies Philadelphia
- Richmond Virginians (small league) players
- Coach for the baseball league of the Baseball League
- Major League Baseball hit the coach
- Binghamton players take three
- The player follows the city of Kansas
- First baseball coach of the Baseball Federation
- San Diego Padres players (small league)
- San Diego athlete
Latest information about Deron Johnson updated on June 18 2021.