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Danny Hill

+ Drafted by Major League team
Positions: P-58
Proper Name: Danny G. Hill
Born: November 5, 1981 (33.085) in San Antonio, Texas
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 202 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Weimer (Weimer,TX)
College: University of Missouri
Drafted: 2004 -- 3rd round (87th overall) by Toronto Blue Jays (June-Reg)
TBC Player ID:41513
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Pitching Statistics
2003MissouriBig12NCAA45jr21524.5913700 049483025414425 1.278.820.732.577.713.00.293
2004MissouriBig12NCAA45sr22554.37191810 0106.21065952734949 1.318.920.592.867.912.76.303
2004 AuburnNYPLA--tor22001.6480003311.1932036301.097.360.002.454.912.00.243
2005 DunedinFSLA+-tor23323.243300015350.1472518221296001.368.460.363.785.221.38.269
2006New HampshireEastAA9tor24375.524430012074.29049461030627001.6010.801.203.607.442.07.328
AA Totals375.5244300120759049461030627001.6010.801.203.607.442.07.329
A+ Totals323.243300015350472518221296001.368.460.363.785.221.38.271
A Totals122.0017000161118168407121001.
A- Totals001.64800033119320363001.097.360.002.454.912.00.250
NCAA Totals1074.44322510001561548977114813614001.298.880.632.777.852.83.301
Other Pitching Statistics
2006Toronto Blue JaysMLB Spring Training0018.002000202444020003.0018.
Fielding Statistics
Year Team League Level Position G INN PO A E DP FPCT RF/9 RF/G
2004AuburnNYPLA-P8 23001.000--5.63
2005LansingMidwAP17 13001.000--2.12
2005DunedinFSLA+P33 84011.000--3.27
Fielding Totals by Position/League:A+P33084011.000--3.27

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