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James Lawler

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Biography Data
Positions: P
Proper Name: James T. Lawler
Born: June 26, 1951 (65.065)
Place Carroll, Iowa
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 185 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School:
College: Buena Vista University
Drafted: 1972 -- 16th round (374th overall) by New York Yankees (June-Reg)
TBC Player ID:85812
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  • Jobs in Baseball for James Lawler
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1985Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach129.571 
    1986Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach165.762 
    1987Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach147.667 
    1988Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach174.810 
    1989Texas A&M UniversityAssistant Coach 
    1990Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach1110.524 
    1991Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach138.619 
    1992Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach2214.611 
    1993Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach153.833 
    1994Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach612.333 
    1995Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach159.625 
    1996Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach1212.500 
    1997Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach1911.633 
    1998Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach219.700 
    1999Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach236.793 
    2000Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach1119.367 
    2001Texas A&M UniversityNCAAAssistant Coach1515.500 


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