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Dave Magadan AW-2

+ Played in Major Leagues 1986-2001
Positions: 3B-973, 1B-772, DH-31, SS-3, 2B-1
Proper Name: David Joseph Magadan
Born: September 30, 1962 (52.081) in Tampa, Florida
Height/Weight: 6-4 / 215 Bats/Throws: Left-Right
High School: Jesuit (Tampa,FL)
College: University of Alabama
Drafted: 1983 -- 2nd round (32nd overall) by New York Mets (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 7,1986 (23.342)
TBC Player ID:1293
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Organizations:NYN, SEA, FLO, HOU, CHN, OAK, SDN
Signed by:Joe Mason
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  • Jobs in Baseball for Dave Magadan
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    2002San Diego PadresMLBMinor League Hitting Instructor6696.4075 
    2003San Diego PadresMLBHitting Coach6498.3955 
    2004San Diego PadresMLBHitting Coach8775.5373 
    2005San Diego PadresMLBHitting Coach8280.5061Lost NLDS (Cardinals)
    2006San Diego PadresMLBHitting Coach8874.5431Lost NLDS (Cardinals)
    2007Boston Red SoxMLBHitting Coach9666.5931Won World Series (Colorado)
    2008Boston Red SoxMLBHitting Coach9567.5862Lost in ALCS (Tampa Bay)
    2009Boston Red SoxMLBHitting Coach9567.5862Lost in ALDS (LA Angels)
    2010Boston Red SoxMLBHitting Coach8973.5493 
    2011Boston Red SoxMLBHitting Coach9072.5563 
    2012Boston Red SoxMLBHitting Coach6993.4265 
    2013Texas RangersMLBHitting Coach9172.5582 
    2014Texas RangersMLBHitting Coach6795.4145 


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