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Howard Johnson AS-2AW-8WS-2

+ Played in Major Leagues 1982-1995
Positions: 3B-1482, SS-304, OF-242, DH-16, 2B-8, 1B-5
Proper Name: Howard Michael Johnson
Born: November 29, 1960 (54.059) in Clearwater, Florida
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 178 Bats/Throws: Switch-Right
High School: Clearwater (Clearwater,FL)
College: St. Petersburg College
Drafted: 1979 -- 1st round (12th overall) by Detroit Tigers (Jan-Sec)
MLB Debut:April 14,1982 (21.136)
TBC Player ID:13367
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Organizations:DET, NYN, COL, CHN
Relationship(s):Father of Glen Johnson

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  • Jobs in Baseball for Howard Johnson
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    2001BrooklynA-Hitting Coach5224.6841Co-League Champions (Williamsport)
    2002BrooklynA-Manager3838.5004 
    2003St. LucieA+Hitting Coach7762.5541League Champions
    2004BinghamtonAAHitting Coach7666.5352Lost in Semi-Finals
    2005NorfolkAAAHitting Coach7965.5491Lost in Semi-Finals
    2006NorfolkAAAHitting Coach5784.4043 
    2007New York MetsMLBFirst Base Coach8874.5432 
    2007New York MetsMLBHitting Coach8874.5432 
    2008New York MetsMLBHitting Coach8973.5492 
    2009New York MetsMLBHitting Coach7092.4324 
    2010New York MetsMLBHitting Coach7983.4884 
    2014Seattle MarinersMLBHitting Coach8775.5373 

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