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HECTOR LUNA

MLB  Intl
Positions
SS-532, 3B-382, 2B-177, 1B-99, LF-31, RF-24, DH-7, CF-3
Born
February 1, 1982  (32.075)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-1 / 170
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Unknown
College:
 
Drafted:
Signed as UDFA 1999 by CLE
Full Name
Hector R. Luna 
TBC Player ID
6054
MLB Debut
April 8, 2004  (22.066)
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Speed
63
Contact
69
Patience
47
Batting
62
Power
43
Health
100

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OFF THE FIELD
Start DateStatusMLB TeamMinor Team40-ManTransaction Description
2012-11-23International-  Signed with Chunichi (Japan)
2012-08-31MinorsPittsburgh Pirates  Signed to minor league contract
2012-08-30Free Agent-  Refused minor league assignment. Elected free agency
2012-08-22MinorsPhiladelphia PhilliesLehigh Valley (AAA)YesOptioned to Lehigh Valley (AAA)
2012-08-13ActivePhiladelphia Phillies YesRecalled from Lehigh Valley (AAA)
2012-08-06MinorsPhiladelphia PhilliesLehigh Valley (AAA)YesOptioned to Lehigh Valley (AAA)
2012-08-04ActivePhiladelphia Phillies YesRecalled from Lehigh Valley (AAA)
2012-07-06MinorsPhiladelphia PhilliesLehigh Valley (AAA)YesOptioned to Lehigh Valley (AAA)
2012-05-11ActivePhiladelphia Phillies YesContract purchased from Lehigh Valley (AAA)

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DateNotes
2011-12-21Signed by Phillies
2010-02-08Signed by Marlins
2007-08-03Claimed off waivers by Diamondbacks
2006-07-30Traded by Cardinals to Indians for Ronnie Belliard
2003-12-15Selected by Cardinals from Indians in Rule 5 major league draft
2003-04-02Returned to Indians.
2002-12-16Selected by Devil Rays from Indians in the minor league draft.
1999-02-02Signed as undrafted amateur Free Agent by Indians.
Signed as undrafted free agent by the Cleveland Indians in 1999.


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