|St. Louis Cardinals – No. 39|
|Born: August 17, 1977
Guelph, Ontario, Canada
|Career highlights and awards|
Jamie David Pogue (born August 17, 1977 in Guelph, Ontario) is a Canadian professional baseball catcher and coach. He is currently the bullpen catcher for the St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball. He is married, to wife Jeanne. They have 3 daughters, Selena, Madyson and Skylinn.
Pogue began his collegiate career at Old Dominion University, where he played college baseball for the Old Dominion Monarchs. He transferred to Southern Arkansas University for his senior year, and played for the Southern Arkansas Muleriders. In his senior year, he was named All-Gulf South Conference. He played minor league baseball for nine seasons. He spent three years in the St. Louis Cardinals' organization, and the other six in independent league baseball. Pogue retired as a player in 2008.
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