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Cecil Cooper AS-5AW-12

+ Played in Major Leagues 1971-1987
Biography Data
Positions: 1B-1478, DH-373
Proper Name: Cecil Celester Cooper
Born: September 20, 1949 (66.071)
Place Brenham, Texas
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 190 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: Brenham (Brenham,TX)
College: Blinn College
Drafted: 1968 -- 6th round (128th overall) by Boston Red Sox (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 8,1971 (21.353)
TBC Player ID:10168
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Career Activity
Organizations:BOS, MIL

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    1997Milwaukee BrewersMLBDirector of Player Development7883.4843 
    1998Milwaukee BrewersMLBDirector of Player Development7488.4575 
    1999Milwaukee BrewersMLBDirector of Player Development7487.4605 
    2000Milwaukee BrewersMLBSpecial Assistant to the GM + Roving Hitting Coach7389.4513 
    2001Milwaukee BrewersMLBSpecial Assistant to the GM + Roving Hitting Coach6894.4204 
    2002Milwaukee BrewersMLBBench Coach56106.3466 
    2005Houston AstrosMLBBench Coach8973.5492Lost World Series (White Sox)
    2006Houston AstrosMLBBench Coach8280.5062 
    2007Houston AstrosMLBManager1516.4514 
    2007Houston AstrosMLBBench Coach7389.4514 
    2008Houston AstrosMLBManager8675.5343 
    2009Houston AstrosMLBManager7079.4575 

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