Shawn Green


Best day ever? When Shawn Green went wild

History was made 20 years ago today, on May 23, 2002, a Thursday afternoon getaway day at Miller Park. When the dust settled from a 16-3 Dodgers blowout of the Brewers, right fielder Shawn Green had produced a box score line for the ages: 6-for-6 with a modern record-tying six runs scored, a record-tying four homers, a record-tying five extra-base hits, seven RBIs and a record-setting 19 total bases.

Shawn Green named City’s Employee of the Year

Shawn Green has been named the City of Granbury’s “Employee of the Year.” He received the honor from City Manager Chris Coffman during an all-staff luncheon. Green, a Building Inspector who began working for the City in 2018, was nominated for the award by his supervisor. His “average” day includes thorough inspection of infrastructure at residential and commercial development projects, reviewing residential construction plans, and identifying unpermitted construction. He has certification in telecommunications, building inspection, and is currently working toward plumbing certification.

2006 Mets players you may have forgotten about: Shawn Green

When New York Mets fans think back to the integral components of the dominant 2006 team, names like David Wright, Carlos Delgado, Jose Reyes, and Carlos Beltran are usually among the first to come to mind. The Mets also had one of the best catchers in recent memory on their team that year in Paul Lo Duca, and some outstanding relievers in Chad Bradford, Pedro Feliciano, and Billy Wagner.