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Jim Gilliam AS-2AW-1WS-4

+ Played in Major Leagues 1953-1966
Positions: 2B-1046, 3B-761, OF-222, 1B-2
Proper Name: James William Gilliam
Nickname(s): Junior
Born: October 17, 1928 in Nashville, Tennessee
Death October 8, 1978
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 175 Bats/Throws: Switch-Right
High School: Pearl Cohn Comprehensive (Nashville,TN)
College:
Drafted: Not drafted
MLB Debut:April 14,1953 (24.179)
TBC Player ID:11904
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Organizations:BRO, LAN
Relationship(s):Father of Darryl Gilliam

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  • Jobs in Baseball for Jim Gilliam
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1965Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach9765.5991Won World Series (Twins)
    1966Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach9567.5861Lost World Series (Orioles)
    1967Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach7389.4518 
    1968Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach7686.4698 
    1969Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach8577.5254 
    1970Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach8774.5402 
    1971Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach8973.5492 
    1972Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach8570.5483 
    1973Los Angeles DodgersMLBFirst Base Coach9566.5902 
    1977Los Angeles DodgersMLBHitting Coach9864.6051Lost World Series (Yankees)
    1978Los Angeles DodgersMLBHitting Coach9567.5861Lost World Series (Yankees)

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