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Steve Decker AW-5

+ Played in Major Leagues 1990-1999
Biography Data
Positions: C-748, 1B-158, 3B-82, DH-3
Proper Name: Steven Michael Decker
Born: October 25, 1965 (49.184)
Place Rock Island, Illinois
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 205 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Rock Island (Rock Island,IL)
College: Lewis-Clark State College
Drafted: 1988 -- 21st round (542nd overall) by San Francisco Giants (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 18,1990 (24.328)
TBC Player ID:10611
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Career Activity
Prospect Ranks:[1991]MLB #52 SFN #4 [1990]SFN #4
Organizations:SFN, FLO, COL, SEA, NYN, PIT, ANA, OAK
Signed by:John Shafer
Scouting Scores
speed contact patience batting power
13 72 63 64 60


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  • Jobs in Baseball for Steve Decker
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    2001Salem-KeizerA-Hitting Coach5125.6711League Champions
    2002Salem-KeizerA-Hitting Coach4135.5393 
    2003FresnoAAAHitting Coach5588.3854 
    2004FresnoAAAHitting Coach6282.4314 
    2005Salem-KeizerA-Manager4531.5922 
    2006Salem-KeizerA-Manager5521.7241League Champions
    2007Salem-KeizerA-Manager5719.7501League Champions
    2008San JoseA+Manager8555.6071Lost in Semi-Finals
    2009ConnecticutAAManager8359.5851Lost in Finals
    2010FresnoAAAManager7569.5212 
    2011FresnoAAAManager6579.4513 

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