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Jim Wright

+ Played in Major Leagues 1981-1982
Biography Data
Positions: P-103
Proper Name: James Leon Wright
Born: March 3, 1955 (60.215)
Place St. Joseph, Missouri
Height/Weight: 6-5 / 205 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Benton (St. Joseph,MO)
Drafted: 1973 -- 5th round (98th overall) by Philadelphia Phillies (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:April 22,1981 (26.050)
TBC Player ID:19948
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Career Activity
Organizations:PHI, KCA, CHN

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  • Jobs in Baseball for Jim Wright
    1986PeoriaAPitching Coach7763.5502Lost in Finals
    1996Philadelphia PhilliesMLBPitching Coach6795.4145 
    1997New HavenAAPitching Coach6478.4515 
    2001Colorado SpringsAAAPitching Coach6279.4404 
    2002Colorado RockiesMLBPitching Coach7389.4514 
    2003Colorado RockiesMLBMinor League Pitching Coordinator7488.4574 
    2004Colorado RockiesMLBMinor League Pitching Coordinator6894.4204 
    2005Colorado RockiesMLBMinor League Pitching Coordinator6795.4145 
    2006Colorado RockiesMLBMinor League Pitching Coordinator7686.4695 
    2007Colorado RockiesMLBMinor League Pitching Coordinator9073.5522Lost World Series (Boston)
    2008Colorado RockiesMLBMinor League Pitching Coordinator7488.4573 
    2009Colorado RockiesMLBBullpen Coach9270.5682Lost in NLDS (Philadelphia)
    2010Colorado RockiesMLBBullpen Coach8379.5123 
    2011Colorado RockiesMLBBullpen Coach7389.4514 
    2012Colorado RockiesMLBBullpen Coach6498.3955 
    2013Colorado RockiesMLBPitching Coach7488.4575 
    2014Colorado RockiesMLBPitching Coach6696.4074 

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