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Jay Loviglio

+ Played in Major Leagues 1980-1983
Positions: 2B-655, 3B-14, SS-6, DH-4
Proper Name: John Paul Loviglio
Born: May 30, 1956 (58.273) in Freeport, New York
Height/Weight: 5-9 / 160 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: East Islip (Islip Terrace,NY)
College: Suffolk County Community College
Drafted: 1979 -- Signed as free agent by Philadelphia Phillies
MLB Debut:September 2,1980 (24.095)
TBC Player ID:14490
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Organizations:PHI, CHA, CHN
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  • Pre-2012 Transactions
    Tranx DateDescription
    Granted Free Agency.
    Purchased by Cubs from White Sox.
    Traded by Phillies to White Sox for Mike Proly.
    Signed as undrafted amateur Free Agent by Phillies.
    Draft Instances
    Signed as undrafted free agent by the Philadelphia Phillies in 1979.
    Signed as undrafted free agent by the Philadelphia Phillies in 1977.

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