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Blue Jay Jersey Countdown - #38

Rob Enright won an FIL U-19 Championship last summer after playing in 10 games for the Blue Jays last spring.

Jan. 1, 2013

 Blue Jay Jersey Countdown - #38 

As we countdown to '13, a season Blue Jay faithful hope will end with a 10 on the 27th, offers its own countdown ... by jersey number ... to the season-opener against Siena on February 8.

Today - #38

Did You Know: Chris Chirieleison wore #38 as a freshman defender on JHU’s 1987 NCAA Championship team. He also still holds the Johns Hopkins school record for the longest rush by a Blue Jay football player (89 yards).

Player Spotlight – Rob Enright
Enright emerged as a solid young defender for the Blue Jays last season as he played in 10 games and earned two starts. He is expected to play a prominent role for the Blue Jays during the 2013 season after being one of just five JHU freshmen to play in 10 or more games last season.

Enright gained international experience last summer as he was a key member of the United States Team that won the FIL Under-19 World Championship in Finland. He became the 17th Johns Hopkins to player to represent the United States in the U-19 Championships.

Famous “38s” in Other Sports

Curt Schilling – Several Teams (MLB)
Schilling earned a reputation as one of the top big-game pitchers of his era during a career than spanned from 1988-2007. Schilling posted an 11-2 record in post-season games and won three World Series Championships (2001, 2004, 2007). He finished his career with a record of 216-146 and accumulated 3,116 strikeouts and an ERA of 3.46.

Schilling was selected to six All-Star games and was the World Series MVP in 2001. He is one of just 11 players in major league baseball history to have been born in Alaska.

Note: Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse rosters are generally available back to 1950. In many years after 1950, only an alphabetical list is available. The Blue Jay Jersey Countdown is intended to be an enjoyable way to count down to the 2013 season. It is not intended to rank in any way the players who wore a particular number.