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Carl Loewenstine

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Biography Data
Positions: SCOUT
Proper Name: Carl Loewenstine
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Drafted: Not drafted
TBC Player ID:154736
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Career Activity
Signings as Scout:5
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  • The jobs listed on this page are not necessarily complete and there may be a lag for new jobs to be included.
  • Players signed while a Scout
    PlayerPosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraft Info
    Ricky StonePMLB6-1168R-RLAN: 1994-4-104
    Glenn Davis1BAA6-1200B-LLAN: 1997-1-25
    Dave AndersonSS-3BMLB6-2191R-RLAN: 1981-13-333
    Audelle CummingsPRK6-2185R-RLAN: 1989-18-472
    Jay RayPA+5-10172R-RLAN: 1985-15-376
    Jobs in Baseball for Carl Loewenstine
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1981Los Angeles DodgersMLBScout6347.573Won World Series (Yankees)
    1986Los Angeles DodgersMLBScout7389.4515 
    1987Los Angeles DodgersMLBScout7389.4514 
    1988Los Angeles DodgersMLBScout9467.5841Won World Series (Athletics)
    1989Los Angeles DodgersMLBScout7783.4814 
    1994Los Angeles DodgersMLBScout5856.5091 
    1995Los Angeles DodgersMLBScout7866.5421Lost in 1st Round (Reds)
    1996Los Angeles DodgersMLBScout9072.5562Lost in 1st Round (Braves)
    1997Los Angeles DodgersMLBScout8874.5432 


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