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+ Played in Major Leagues 1999-2002

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Biography Data
Positions: P-287
Proper Name: David Bruce Lundquist
Born: June 4, 1973 (43.143)
Place Beverly, Massachusetts
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 200 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Carson (Carson City,NV)
College: Cochise College , UNLV
Drafted: 1993 -- 5th round (145th overall) by Chicago White Sox (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:April 6,1999 (25.306)
TBC Player ID:1324
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Career Activity
Prospect Ranks:[1999]CHA #10
Organizations:CHA, SDN, PIT
Signed by:Mike Sgobba, Ed Pebley

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  • Jobs in Baseball for David Lundquist
    2005WilliamsportA-Pitching Coach4432.579Lost in Semi-Finals
    2006WilliamsportA-Pitching Coach2847.3736 
    2006HickoryAPitching Coach6770.4895 
    2007HickoryAPitching Coach7066.5152Lost in Semi-Finals
    2008LakewoodAPitching Coach8060.5711 
    2009ClearwaterA+Pitching Coach6769.4933 
    2010ClearwaterA+Pitching Coach6772.4825 
    2011ClearwaterA+Pitching Coach7563.5433 
    2012ClearwaterA+Pitching Coach7260.5453 
    2013ReadingAAPitching Coach6280.4376 
    2014ReadingAAPitching Coach6676.4656 
    2015ReadingAAPitching Coach8061.5671Lost in Finals
    2016Lehigh ValleyAAAPitching Coach8558.5940 

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