Plays first base and designated hitter for the New York Yankees wearing the #25.
He is involved in singer Garth Brooks's Touch Em All Foundation. He also has worked with the National Kidney Foundation, helping children who are chronic bed-wetters.
Loves fast cars and motorcycles. Among his stable is a purple Lamborghini, a Mercedes Benz, and two Harley Davidsons. He showed up at training camp in 2001 with a hat that read "Drive it like you stole it."
Played with the American League's Oakland Athletics (1995-2001) and New York Yankees (2002-present).
Made major league debut on 8 May 1995.
Jason Giambi Detailed Biography -
Jason Giambi is the hitter and first baseman for the Oakland A's (1995-2001) and New York Yankees (since 2002). Jason Giambi was placed on the Yankees disabled list in July 2004 after a benign pituitary tumor was discovered, returning to active play in September.
On 2 December 2004, The San Francisco Chronicle revealed Jason Giambi's testimony that he used "undetectable" steroids for three seasons, and furthermore, those steroids were provided by Barry Bonds' personal trainer. Jason Giambi also admitted to injecting HGH, human growth hormone. The testimony was given for a case against Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative (BALCO).