Trot Nixon Speaker Profile
Former Outfielder for the Boston Red Sox
Trot Nixon Biography
Trot Nixon was born April 11, 1974 in Durham, North Carolina and is a Major League Baseball outfielder with the Milwaukee Brewers organization. He is best known as a member of the Boston Red Sox from 1996 to 2006. He was drafted by the Sox in the 1st round of the 1993 Major League Baseball Draft, and was the seventh pick overall. He bats and throws left-handed.
Trot had a career-best year in 2003 when he batted .306 with 24 doubles and 28 home runs. In game 3 of the American League Division Series, Nixon was called from the bench as a pinch hitter in the bottom of the 11th. With the Red Sox facing elimination, Nixon lined a two-run homer over the center field wall for a 3-1 Boston victory.
During the 2004 season, Nixon was unavailable for several months due to a herniated disc and a tight thigh muscle. Upon his return, he generally worked as the starting right fielder throughout the regular and post-season. In the deciding game of the 2004 World Series, Nixon hit a two-out, two-run double off the right field wall at Busch Stadium in St. Louis in the top of the third inning to give Boston a 3-0 lead. Those were the last runs scored by either team in that game as the Red Sox swept the Cardinals for the team's first World Series title in 86 years. For the series, Nixon batted .357 and drove in three runs.
He also endeared himself to Sox fans by briefly wearing a mohawk hairstyle, one of the many unconventional and bizarre hairstyles sported by the Red Sox over the course of the 2004 season. Nixon also served as the considered inspiration for the expression "Boston Dirt Dogs". The signature is that of a "scrapper", a player who hustles and isn't afraid to get dirty to win a game.
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