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J.J. Cannon

+ Played in Major Leagues 1977-1980
Positions: OF-540, DH-1
Proper Name: Joseph Jerome Cannon
Born: July 13, 1953 (61.229) in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 193 Bats/Throws: Left-Right
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College: Pensacola State College
Drafted: 1974 -- 1st round (16th overall) by Houston Astros (Jan-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 22,1977 (24.071)
TBC Player ID:9610
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Organizations:HOU, TOR
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  • Jobs in Baseball for J.J. Cannon
    1983KinstonA+Hitting Coach6276.4492 
    1984KinstonA+Hitting Coach7169.5072 
    1985KnoxvilleAAHitting Coach7964.5521Lost in Semi-Finals
    1986KnoxvilleAAHitting Coach7470.5142Lost in Semi-Finals
    1987KnoxvilleAAHitting Coach6876.4725 
    1988KnoxvilleAAHitting Coach7569.5213 
    1989KnoxvilleAAHitting Coach6776.4693 
    1990KnoxvilleAAHitting Coach6777.4654 
    1991Medicine HatRkManager2445.3484 
    1992St. CatharinesA-Manager3342.4405 
    1993St. CatharinesA-Manager4929.6281Lost in Semi-Finals
    1994St. CatharinesA-Manager3539.4733 
    1995St. CatharinesA-Manager3837.5072 
    1998KnoxvilleAAHitting Coach7169.5072Lost in Semi-Finals
    2000DanvilleRkManager3729.5611Lost in Finals
    2001LexingtonAManager9248.6571Co-League Champions (Asheville)
    2003KelownaIndHitting Coach1819.4863 
    2009FrederickA+Hitting Coach6475.4604 

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