Grew up in West Nyack, NY and attended Don Bosco Preparatory High School in Ramsey, New Jersey...Started 161 games in three seasons at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, batting .307 with 197 hits and 113 RBI. Led the club to a 2nd straight appearance in the CAA playoffs, and in his final season, he was named to the All-CAA First Team and received New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA) 2nd Team honors. He broke the school single-season assists record (164)...Has two dogs: Knox and KG...Listens to The Chainsmokers, and his all-time favorite baseball player is Derek Jeter. His favorite TV show is The Office and his favorite movie is The Hangover...Roots for the New England Patriots, Boston Bruins and Celtics, as well as the University of Notre Dame athletics...If he were not a professional baseball player, he would be pursuing a career in law enforcement.
Bounced back and fourth between San Francisco and Triple-A Sacramento, being recalled seven times...Appeared in 41 games for SF, batting .178 (13-for-73) with four doubles, three homers and nine RBI...Made his Major League debut April 24 vs. Miami and went 0x1 as a pinch-hitter...Played all over the field, appearing in games at 3B (19), 1B (3), 2B (3), LF (2) and RF (1)...Hit .295 (77-for-261) with 15 home runs, 51 RBI and a .914 OPS in 72 games for the River Cats.
Did not record any statistics during the 2020 season due to COVID-19...was not included in the Padres' initial player pool in 2020, but spent the final two months of the season training at the team's alternate site.
Spent the entire season with El Paso (AAA), playing 116 games and setting career highs in AVG (.291), OBP (.367), SLG (.523), OPS (.890), runs scored (73)...In his 1st full season at the Triple-A level, he led all qualifiers on the Chihuahuas in SLG (.523) and OPS (.890)…he ranked T-2nd on the club in 3B (4), 3rd in BB (45), T-3rd in runs scored (73), 4th in total bases (196), 5th in hits (109)...Hit .352 (19-for-54) in the month of June with a .426 OBP, .648 SLG and 1.070 OPS...Hit for the cycle on July 25 at Las Vegas…homered in the top of the 7th inning to complete the natural cycle in ELP's 15-9 win…Vosler didn't know he had accomplished the feat until Chihuahuas trainer Dan Turner told him when he returned to the dugout after rounding the bases…it was the 3rd cycle in franchise history, the 1st in a road game and the 1st completed by hitting a HR…he joined Taylor Lindsey (July 19, 2016) and Carlos Asuaje (June 16, 2018) in the El Paso cycle club...Hit .279 (63-for-226) in the 1st half of the season…hit .309 (46-for-149) after the All-Star break...Made 49 appearances (46 starts) with 397.2 innings at 3B in 2019…made 47 appearances (41 starts) with 367.0 innings at 1B...Hit .300 vs. RHP, compared to a .254 clip vs. LHP…also hit .332 with runners on base and .278 with RISP.
Split the season between Tennessee (AA) and Iowa (AAA), slashing .251/.330/.467 between the two clubs and earning Southern League Mid-Season All-Star honors...Hit .233 (51-for-219) with 16 doubles, one triple, 11 HR, 41 RBI and 35 BB in the first half of the season for TEN, en route to being named a Mid-Season All Star for the second-straight season...His 118 hits, 23 HR, 54 XBH, 93 RBI and 471 at-bats between the two clubs set career highs in a single season...Despite playing just 66 games with TEN, he ranked fourth on the team in HR (12) and fifth in RBI (46)...After 63 games with IOW, his 47 RBI ranked second on the team, his 11 HR tied for second and his .458 SLG ranked third... Awarded his second-career Organization All-Star honors following the season (also: 2017).
In his first full season at the Double-A level, Jason was named a mid-season and post-season All-Star in the Southern League ... he batted .241 (109-for452) with a team-high 21 homers and 81 RBI ... drew a career-high 53 walks, contributing to a .343 OBP... Had three multi-homer games, including a three-homer effort on April 26 at Chattanooga... Earned a Player of the Week Award after hitting .381 (8-for-21) with a double, three homers, eight RBI, six runs scored and seven walks from June 12-18.
Spent the majority of the season with Single-A Myrtle Beach before earning his first promotion to Double-A Tennessee in early August ... batted a combined .254 (108-for-426) with 32 doubles, two triples, three homers and 51 RBI in 119 games... Spent the first 93 games with Myrtle Beach, batting .254 (85-for-334) with 25 doubles, tied for third-most on the squad ... added two triples, two homers and 39 RBI, while drawing 33 walks... Named Carolina League Player of the Week for May 9-15 after batting .391 with three doubles, one triple, one homer and three RBI... On the disabled list from July 22-August 6 with a left shoulder injury... Was promoted to Tennessee, August 6 ... batted .250 (23-for-92) with seven doubles, one homer and 12 RBI in 26 games to finish the season.
Appeared in 107 games in his first full professional season, splitting the campaign between Single-A South Bend and Single-A Myrtle Beach ... batted .235 (60-for-255) with 17 extra-base hits in 69 games with South Bend ... was promoted to Myrtle Beach, July 21, and hit .244 (31-for-127) with seven doubles and six homers in 38 games.
Made his pro debut with Single-A Boise ... batted .266 (25-for-94) with a double, three triples and one homer in 30 games.