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Moose Stubing

+ Played in Major Leagues 1967-1967

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Biography Data
Positions: H
Proper Name: Lawrence George Stubing
Born: March 31, 1938 (78.151)
Place Bronx, New York
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 220 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School:
College: Concordia College
Drafted: Not drafted
MLB Debut:August 14,1967 (29.136)
TBC Player ID:18564
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  • Jobs in Baseball for Moose Stubing
    1978El PasoAAManager8055.5931League Champions
    1979El PasoAAManager6175.4493 
    1980Salt LakeAAAManager7765.5423 
    1981Salt LakeAAAManager6371.4703 
    1982SpokaneAAAManager7865.5452Lost in Finals
    1983EdmontonAAAManager7567.5281Lost in Semi-Finals
    1984EdmontonAAAManager6973.4863League Champions
    1985California AngelsMLBHitting Coach9072.5562 
    1985California AngelsMLBThird Base Coach9072.5562 
    1986California AngelsMLBHitting Coach9270.5681Lost ALCS (Red Sox)
    1986California AngelsMLBThird Base Coach9270.5681Lost ALCS (Red Sox)
    1987California AngelsMLBThird Base Coach7587.4637 
    1988California AngelsMLBManager7587.4634 
    1988California AngelsMLBThird Base Coach7587.4634 
    1989California AngelsMLBThird Base Coach9171.5623 
    1990California AngelsMLBThird Base Coach8082.4944 

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