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Marty Martinez

+ Played in Major Leagues 1962-1972

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Biography Data
Positions: SS-157, 3B-75, 2B-59, C-30, OF-21, 1B-5, P-1
Proper Name: Orlando Martinez Oliva
Born: August 23, 1941
Place Havana, Cuba
Death March 8, 2007 (65.197)
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 175 Bats/Throws: Switch-Right
High School:
Drafted: Not drafted
MLB Debut:May 2,1962 (20.252)
TBC Player ID:14844
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Career Activity
Organizations:WS1, MIN, ATL, HOU, OAK, SLN, TEX
Signings as Scout:4

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  • Players signed while a Scout
    PlayerPosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraft Info
    Omar Vizquel2B-3BMLB5-9175B-RNot drafted
    Edgar MartinezDH-3BMLB5-11200R-RNot drafted
    William DiazIFAA6-1175R-RNot drafted
    Jorge UribeOFAA6-0170R-RNot drafted
    Jobs in Baseball for Marty Martinez
    1976San AntonioManager00 
    1982Seattle MarinersMLBScout7686.4694 
    1984Seattle MarinersMLBFirst Base Coach7488.4575 
    1984Seattle MarinersMLBScout7488.4575 
    1985Seattle MarinersMLBFirst Base Coach7488.4576 
    1986Seattle MarinersMLBFirst Base Coach6795.4147 
    1986Seattle MarinersMLBManager6795.4147 
    1992Seattle MarinersMLBThird Base Coach6498.3957 
    1993Arizona MarinersRkManager1836.3338 
    1994Arizona MarinersRkManager2135.3758 

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