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Eddie Murray AS-8AW-20HOFWS-1

+ Played in Major Leagues 1977-1997
Biography Data
Positions: 1B-2420, DH-573, 3B-6, OF-3
Proper Name: Eddie Clarence Murray
Born: February 24, 1956 (59.056)
Place Los Angeles, California
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 225 Bats/Throws: Switch-Right
High School: Locke (Los Angeles,CA)
College:
Drafted: 1973 -- 3rd round (63rd overall) by Baltimore Orioles (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:April 7,1977 (21.043)
TBC Player ID:15810
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Career Activity
Organizations:BAL, LAN, NYN, CLE, ANA
Signed by:Ray Poitevint
Relationship(s):Brother of Rich Murray

Scouting Scores
speed contact patience batting power
30 62 67 73 77


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  • Jobs in Baseball for Eddie Murray
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1998Baltimore OriolesMLBBench Coach7983.4884 
    1999Baltimore OriolesMLBBench Coach7884.4814 
    2000Baltimore OriolesMLBFirst Base Coach7488.4574 
    2001Baltimore OriolesMLBFirst Base Coach6398.3914 
    2002Cleveland IndiansMLBHitting Coach7488.4573 
    2003Cleveland IndiansMLBHitting Coach6894.4204 
    2004Cleveland IndiansMLBHitting Coach8082.4943 
    2005Cleveland IndiansMLBHitting Coach9369.5742 
    2006Los Angeles DodgersMLBHitting Coach8874.5432Lost NLDS (Mets)
    2007Los Angeles DodgersMLBHitting Coach8280.5064 

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