TBC is going on data-hiatus this off-season. Please read about the future of The Baseball Cube
"More stats than you can shake a wooden stick at..."
Home >> Players >> Minors >> DA >> Clay Daniel >> Jobs in Baseball

Clay Daniel

+ Drafted by Major League team


Career Talent RatingsPitchingStrikeouts47Walks83Hittable55SO/BB74vsPower55Hitting9Durability57Team.510Ratings ExplainedBuy
Biography Data
Positions: P-146
Proper Name: Philip Clay Daniel
Born: May 25, 1962 (54.194)
Place Columbia, South Carolina
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 160 Bats/Throws: Switch-Left
High School: Sandalwood (Jacksonville,FL)
College: University of Florida
Drafted: 1984 -- 20th round (501st overall) by Cincinnati Reds (June-Reg)
TBC Player ID:27487
Career Activity
Organizations:CIN, PIT, TEX
Signings as Scout:9


Please help support The Baseball Cube by sponsoring the Clay Daniel player pages for $10 for a year.
  • 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
    Byung-Hyun KimPMLB5-11176R-RNot drafted
    Johan SantanaPA6-2150R-RNot drafted
    Erick AybarSSMLB5-11160B-RNot drafted
    Baltazar Lopez1BAAA6-1180L-LNot drafted
    Ervin SantanaPMLB6-2160R-RNot drafted
    Kendrys MoralesDHMLB6-1220B-RNot drafted
    Ivan VillaescusaCAAA6-1210B-RNot drafted
    Kevin RamosIFAA5-11170R-RNot drafted
    Ikko SumiCAAA5-9200R-RNot drafted
    Jobs in Baseball for Clay Daniel
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1999Arizona DiamondbacksMLBScout10062.6171Lost in 1st Round (Mets)
    2000Anaheim AngelsMLBScout8280.5063  
    2001Anaheim AngelsMLBScout7587.4633  
    2002Anaheim AngelsMLBScout9963.6112Won World Series (Giants)
    2003Anaheim AngelsMLBScout7785.4753  
    2004Anaheim AngelsMLBScout9270.5681Lost in 1st Round (Red Sox)


    About Us  |  Correct this Page  |  Site Map  |  Data Coverage  |  Support TBC | Privacy Policy  |  Contact Us

    Boxscores data is obtained free of charge from Retrosheet.org.

    Please Support The Baseball Cube.