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Jeff Reboulet
Jeff Reboulet
Major League Baseball Player (Retired)
Minnesota Twins, Baltimore Orioles, Kansas City Royals, Los Angeles Dodgers, Pittsburgh Pirates

Class of 1984

How has Triton College made an impact on your life?
Triton College played an integral part in building the foundation for my future. It provided me the necessary building blocks to grow as a person and become successful both on and off the field. Triton holds a special place in my heart.

Jeff Reboulet played baseball for two years at Triton College where he was a first team All American shortstop his sophomore year and inducted into the inaugural Athletic Hall of Fame alongside Kirby Puckett and Lance Johnson. Reboulet went on to play for Louisiana State University where he was drafted his junior season by the Houston Astros in the 26th round. He remained at LSU to finish his education and graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. Reboulet was team co-captain and led LSU to their first-ever College World Series appearance under legendary coach Skip Bertman. He was drafted and signed by the Minnesota Twins in the 10th round as a shortstop his senior year in 1986.

Reboulet played 18 years of professional baseball , including six years in the minor leagues (Twins), and was called up to the major leagues in May of 1992. He played in 1000+ games posting a lifetime .978 fielding percentage during his 12 year major league career. Reboulet is best known for his homerun off Randy Johnson in the 1997 playoff game.

During his career, Reboulet has played with the following teams: Minnesota Twins (1992-1996), Baltimore Orioles (1997-1999), Kansas City Royals (2000), Los Angeles Dodgers (2001-2002) and Pittsburgh Pirates (2003).

Over the past 11 years, Reboulet has worked for Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association as a resource player for the Rookie Career Development Program in Virginia. As one of eight former players, he works with the future stars of the game to help prepare them for the major leagues. He is also current president of the REB Sports Academy, a 501(c)3 organization. The REB Sports Academy is a 22,000 square foot indoor facility used mostly for the development of baseball in the area. The organization teaches the fundamentals and finer points of playing the game of baseball. RSA has 8 select teams from ages 10 to 18 years old. Reboulet has taught numerous camps and clinics since 1983 and he continues to coach and provide opportunities for kids who want to learn the game of baseball and the life lessons the game provides.

Reboulet is a partner with Horizon Wealth Management, a financial services company based out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. HWM has offices around the country and has been recognized for three years in a row in The LSU 100: Fastest Growing Tiger Businesses which identifies, recognizes and celebrates the 100 fastest growing LSU-owned or LSU-led businesses in the world.

Jeff and Jana Reboulet have been married for 25 years and have three sons, Jason, Zack and Lucas.