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Blaine Beatty

+ Played in Major Leagues 1989-1991
Positions: P-300
Proper Name: Gordon Blaine Beatty
Born: April 25, 1964 (50.248) in Victoria, Texas
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 185 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: Stroman (Victoria,TX)
College: Baylor University , San Jacinto College
Drafted: 1986 -- 9th round (227th overall) by Baltimore Orioles (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 16,1989 (25.144)
TBC Player ID:8625
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Organizations:BAL, NYN, MON, PIT, CIN
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88.23 39.31 77.77 54.31
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  • Jobs in Baseball for Blaine Beatty
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1998ErieA-Pitching Coach2650.3424 
    1999WilliamsportA-Pitching Coach3244.4216 
    2000HickoryAPitching Coach7566.532 
    2001LynchburgA+Pitching Coach5879.4234 
    2002LynchburgA+Pitching Coach8753.6212League Champions
    2003Capital CityAPitching Coach7365.5295 
    2004Capital CityAPitching Coach8947.6541Lost in Finals
    2005BinghamtonAAPitching Coach6379.4446 
    2006FrederickA+Pitching Coach6177.4424Lost in finals
    2007FrederickA+Pitching Coach6474.4643League Champions
    2008FrederickA+Pitching Coach6376.4533 
    2009DelmarvaAPitching Coach6670.4855 
    2010FrederickA+Pitching Coach7268.5141Lost in Semi-Finals
    2011FrederickA+Pitching Coach8059.5761League Champions
    2012FrederickA+Pitching Coach6277.4464 
    2014BowieAAPitching Coach7270.5073 


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