Biography

Competitor. Entrepreneur. Philanthropist.

On The Field

 

Greg Vaughn’s career spanned 17 years when it was said and done, he retired with 355 home runs, and well over 1000 RBI’s. Before hanging up his spikes at age 38, Vaughn was a 4x All-Star and a Silver Slugger Award Winner.

 

Greg was born July 3, 1965, attended high school in Sacramento, CA and college at the University of Miami. During his professional career he played for the Milwaukee Brewers (1989–96), San Diego Padres (1996–98), Cincinnati Reds (1999), Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2000–02) and Colorado Rockies (2003).

Off The Field

 

Greg Vaughn is 916-4-LIFE and he formed the Vaughn’s Valley Foundation (VVF) in Sacramento, CA to focus his support on the community. The Foundation’s goal is to raise needed funds and to use their resources to offer positive exposure to community organizations supporting at-risk youth and T1D education.

 

Greg’s non-profit and business vision has always been focused on future. How can we help the future generation in the present time.

 

Greg currently resides in Sacramento and Las Vegas. He has three children, Cory (30), Genay (23) and Greg Jr (20). Additionally, he has one grandson, Major.

Playing Career

Milwaukee Brewers

ALL-STAR

1993: Milwaukee (AL)

1996: Milwaukee (AL)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK

6/23/1996: Milwaukee (AL)

HOME RUN DERBY PARTICIPANT

1996: Milwaukee (AL)

BREWERS MICHAEL HARRISON AWARD

1995: Milwaukee (AL)

BREWERS MVP

1993: Milwaukee (AL)

San Diego Padres

ALL-STAR

1998: San Diego (NL)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK

7/19/1998: San Diego (NL)

PADRES MVP

1998: San Diego (NL)

PADRES CHAIRMAN’S AWARD

1998: San Diego (NL)

MLB PLAYERS CHOICE NL COMEBACK PLAYER

1998: San Diego (NL)

SILVER SLUGGER

1998: San Diego (NL)

Cincinnati Reds

REDS ERNIE LOMBARDI MVP AWARD

1999: Cincinnati (NL)

PLAYER OF THE MONTH

9/1999: Cincinnati (NL)

Tampa Bay Rays

ALL-STAR

2001: Tampa Bay (AL)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK

6/10/2001: Tampa Bay (AL)

355

Home Runs

1072

RBIs

1731

Games Played

15

Seasons

Media