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Dal Maxvill AW-2WS-4

+ Played in Major Leagues 1962-1975
Biography Data
Positions: SS-1206, 2B-186, 3B-7, OF-2
Proper Name: Charles Dallan Maxvill
Born: February 18, 1939 (76.231)
Place Granite City, Illinois
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 160 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School:
College: Washington University in St. Louis
Drafted: 1960 -- Signed as free agent by St. Louis Cardinals
MLB Debut:June 10,1962 (23.112)
TBC Player ID:14920
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Career Activity
Organizations:SLN, OAK, PIT

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  • Jobs in Baseball for Dal Maxvill
    1975Oakland AthleticsMLBAssistant Coach9864.6051Lost ALCS (Red Sox)
    1978New York MetsMLBAssistant Coach6696.4076 
    1979St. Louis CardinalsMLBAssistant Coach8676.5313 
    1980St. Louis CardinalsMLBAssistant Coach7488.4574 
    1982Atlanta BravesMLBAssistant Coach8973.5491Lost NLCS (Cardinals)
    1983Atlanta BravesMLBAssistant Coach8874.5432 
    1984Atlanta BravesMLBThird Base Coach8082.4943 
    1985St. Louis CardinalsMLBGeneral Manager10161.6231Lost World Series (Cardinals)
    1986St. Louis CardinalsMLBGeneral Manager7982.4913 
    1987St. Louis CardinalsMLBGeneral Manager9567.5861Lost World Series (Twins)
    1988St. Louis CardinalsMLBGeneral Manager7686.4695 
    1989St. Louis CardinalsMLBGeneral Manager8676.5313 
    1990St. Louis CardinalsMLBGeneral Manager7092.4326 
    1991St. Louis CardinalsMLBGeneral Manager8478.5192 
    1992St. Louis CardinalsMLBGeneral Manager8379.5123 
    1993St. Louis CardinalsMLBGeneral Manager8775.5373 
    1994St. Louis CardinalsMLBGeneral Manager5361.4653 

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