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Ed Gustafson

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Biography Data
Positions: P-132
Proper Name: Edward Alfred Gustafson
Born: June 1, 1967 (49.236)
Place Gig Harbor, Washington
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 205 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School:
College: Washington State University
Drafted: 1989 -- 18th round (466th overall) by San Francisco Giants (June-Reg)
TBC Player ID:80820
Career Activity
Organizations:SFN, MIN
Signings as Scout:7


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  • The jobs listed on this page are not necessarily complete and there may be a lag for new jobs to be included.
  • Players signed while a Scout
    PlayerPosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraft Info
    Jay GarthwaiteOFAAA6-2215R-RARI: 2002-14-429
    Brian Barden3BMLB5-11195R-RARI: 2002-6-189
    Derek BruceSSA+6-1174R-RARI: 2004-19-566
    Dallas BuckPAA6-2195R-RARI: 2006-3-86
    Kyle WrightPA+6-3175R-RARI: 2005-19-561
    Shea McFeelyIFA6-4229R-RARI: 2006-28-837
    Matt PurkePMLB6-3175L-LWAS: 2011-3-96
    Jobs in Baseball for Ed Gustafson
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    2002Arizona DiamondbacksMLBScout9864.6051Lost in 1st Round (Cardinals)
    2003Arizona DiamondbacksMLBScout8478.5193  
    2004Arizona DiamondbacksMLBScout51111.3155  
    2005Arizona DiamondbacksMLBScout7785.4752  
    2006Arizona DiamondbacksMLBScout7686.4694  
    2009Texas Tech UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach1215.4447  
    2010Texas Tech UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach1314.4815  


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