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MARCUS JENSEN

MLB  Manager - Arizona Athletics (2013)
Positions
C-1047, 1B-54, DH-1
Born
December 14, 1972  (41.221)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-4 / 204
Bats/Throws
Both / Right
High School
Skyline  (Oakland,CA)
College:
 
Drafted:
San Francisco Giants:  1990-1-33 (June-Reg) 
Signed by
Full Name
Marcus Christian Jensen 
TBC Player ID
910
MLB Debut
April 14, 1996  (23.121)
Father of Marcus Proctor

Top Prospect:  team  1994 (#6-SF), 1995 (#8-SF), 1996 (#8-SF)
Speed
26
Contact
32
Patience
85
Batting
46
Power
65

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DateNotes
2003-10-15Granted free agency
2003-03-26Contract purchased by Yankees from Phillies
2003-01-20Signed by Phillies
2002-10-01Granted free agency
2002-01-18Signed as Free Agent by Brewers.
2002-01-15Signed by Brewers
2001-10-15Granted free agency
2001-10-11Granted Free Agency.
2001-06-15Claimed on waivers by Rangers from Red Sox.
2001-05-02Signed as Free Agent by Red Sox.
2001-04-26Signed by Red Sox
2001-04-01Released by Dodgers
2000-12-18Signed by Dodgers
2000-10-02Granted Free Agency.
2000-01-04Signed as Free Agent by Twins.
1999-12-23Signed by Twins
1999-10-15Granted Free Agency.
1999-01-13Signed as Free Agent by Cardinals.
1998-09-29Released by Brewers.
1998-04-05Signed as Free Agent by Brewers.
1998-03-25Released by Tigers.
1997-07-30re-signed by Tigers
1997-07-26Signed as Free Agent by Tigers.
1997-07-22Granted Free Agency.
1997-07-16Traded by Giants to Tigers for Brian Johnson.
1990-06-15signed
Drafted:  Selected by San Francisco Giants in 1st round (33rd overall) of 1990 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)


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