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+ Played in Major Leagues 1985-1997


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Biography Data
Positions: 2B-752, SS-639, OF-141, 3B-36, 1B-24, LF-8, DH-4, RF-1
Proper Name: Mariano Duncan Nalasco
Born: March 13, 1963 (53.272)
Place San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 185 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School:
College:
Drafted: 1982 -- Signed as free agent by Los Angeles Dodgers
MLB Debut:April 9,1985 (22.027)
TBC Player ID:10959
Career Activity
Prospect Ranks:[1985]LAN #2 [1984]LAN #10
Organizations:LAN, CIN, PHI, NYA, TOR, FLO


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  • Jobs in Baseball for Mariano Duncan
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    2006Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach8874.5432Lost NLDS (Mets)
    2007Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach8280.5064  
    2008Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach8478.5191Lost in NLCS (Philadelphia)
    2009Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach9567.5861Lost in NLCS (Philadelphia)
    2010Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach8082.4944  
    2011TennesseeAAHitting Coach8357.5931Lost in Finals
    2012TennesseeAAHitting Coach7268.5143  
    2013DaytonaA+Hitting Coach7551.5951League Champions
    2014DaytonaA+Hitting Coach6769.4934Lost in Finals
    2015Myrtle BeachA+Hitting Coach8157.5871League Champions
    2016Myrtle BeachA+Hitting Coach00.0000  

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