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Damon Berryhill

+ Played in Major Leagues 1987-1997
Positions: C-1034, 1B-7, DH-6
Proper Name: Damon Scott Berryhill
Born: December 3, 1963 (51.091) in South Laguna, California
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 210 Bats/Throws: Switch-Right
High School: Laguna Beach (Laguna Beach,CA)
College: Orange Coast College
Drafted: 1984 -- 1st round (4th overall) by Chicago Cubs (Jan-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 5,1987 (23.277)
TBC Player ID:8774
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Organizations:CHN, ATL, BOS, CIN, SFN, OAK
Signed by:Spider Jorgensen
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  • Jobs in Baseball for Damon Berryhill
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    2002Rancho CucamongaA+Hitting Coach5288.3715 
    2003Arizona DiamondbacksMLBMinor League Catching Coordinator8478.5193 
    2005Texas RangersMLBMinor League Catching Coordinator7983.4883 
    2006Texas RangersMLBMinor League Catching Coordinator8082.4943 
    2007Texas RangersMLBMinor League Catching Coordinator7587.4634 
    2008BakersfieldA+Manager6278.4435 
    2009OgdenRkManager4234.5533Lost in Semi-Finals
    2010OgdenRkManager4431.5871Lost in Finals
    2011OgdenRkManager4135.5392Lost in Finals
    2012OgdenRkManager4432.5791Lost in Finals
    2013OgdenRkManager3640.4743 
    2014AlbuquerqueAAAManager6280.4373 
    2015Oklahoma CityAAAManager00.0000 

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