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Jason Varitek is a retired professional baseball player who played for the Boston Red Sox as the team’s catcher. Throughout his entire career with the franchise, he became an All Star thrice, and has won as a World Series champion twice. He was also a recipient of Gold Glove Award, Silver Slugger Award, Golden Spikes Award and Dick Howser Trophy.
Jason Andrew Varitek was born on April 11, 1972 in Rochester, Michigan. He attended Georgia Tech where he obtained his degree in management. In 1993, he was selected by Minnesota Twins as a first round (21st overall) pick in the MLB Draft. In the 1994 Amateur Draft, he was again selected by the Seattle Mariners as its 14th overall pick. Before the 2001 season started, Varitek was signed by the Boston Red Sox to a three-year, $14.9 million deal. In 2004, he was again signed by the Red Sox to a four-year $40-million deal after becoming a free agent.
Aside from Ed Vosberg, Varitek is the only player who have competed in Major League World Series, College World Series and Little League World Series.