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Don McMahon AS-1WS-2

+ Played in Major Leagues 1957-1974

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Biography Data
Positions: P-874
Proper Name: Donald John McMahon
Born: January 4, 1930
Place Brooklyn, New York
Death July 22, 1987 (57.199)
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 222 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Erasmus Hall (Brooklyn,NY)
Drafted: Not drafted
MLB Debut:June 30,1957 (27.177)
TBC Player ID:15181
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Career Activity
Organizations:MLN, HOU, CLE, BOS, CHA, DET, SFN

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  • Jobs in Baseball for Don McMahon
    1972San Francisco GiantsMLBPitching Coach6986.4455 
    1973San Francisco GiantsMLBPitching Coach8874.5433 
    1974San Francisco GiantsMLBPitching Coach7290.4445 
    1975San Francisco GiantsMLBPitching Coach8081.4973 
    1976Minnesota TwinsMLBPitching Coach8577.5253 
    1977Minnesota TwinsMLBPitching Coach8477.5224 
    1980San Francisco GiantsMLBPitching Coach7586.4665 
    1981San Francisco GiantsMLBPitching Coach5655.505 
    1982San Francisco GiantsMLBPitching Coach8775.5373 
    1983Cleveland IndiansMLBPitching Coach7092.4327 
    1984Cleveland IndiansMLBPitching Coach7587.4636 
    1985Cleveland IndiansMLBPitching Coach60102.3707 
    1986Los Angeles DodgersMLBSpecial Assignment Scout7389.4515 
    1987Los Angeles DodgersMLBSpecial Assignment Scout7389.4514 

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