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Joe Morgan

+ Played in Major Leagues 1959-1964
Positions: 3B-38, 2B-7, OF-4
Proper Name: Joseph Michael Morgan
Born: November 19, 1930 (84.101) in Walpole, Massachusetts
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 170 Bats/Throws: Left-Right
High School: Walpole (Walpole,MA)
College: Boston College
Drafted: Not drafted
MLB Debut:April 14,1959 (28.146)
TBC Player ID:15651
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Organizations:MLN, KC1, PHI, CLE, SLN
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  • Jobs in Baseball for Joe Morgan
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1972Pittsburgh PiratesMLBHitting Coach9659.6191Lost NLCS (Reds)
    1978PawtucketAAAManager8159.5792Lost in Finals
    1979PawtucketAAAManager6674.4715 
    1980PawtucketAAAManager6277.4467 
    1981PawtucketAAAManager6773.4796 
    1982PawtucketAAAManager6771.4865 
    1985Boston Red SoxMLBFirst Base Coach8181.5005 
    1986Boston Red SoxMLBBullpen Coach9566.5901Lost World Series (Mets)
    1986Boston Red SoxMLBFirst Base Coach9566.5901Lost World Series (Mets)
    1987Boston Red SoxMLBThird Base Coach7884.4815 
    1988Boston Red SoxMLBThird Base Coach8973.5491Lost ALCS (Athletics)
    1988Boston Red SoxMLBManager4631.5491Lost ALCS (Athletics)
    1989Boston Red SoxMLBManager8379.5123 
    1990Boston Red SoxMLBManager8874.5431Lost ALCS (Athletics)
    1991Boston Red SoxMLBManager8478.5193 

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