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Paul O'Neill AS-5AW-2WS-5

+ Played in Major Leagues 1985-2001
Positions: OF-1684, RF-863, 1B-30, DH-24, P-1
Proper Name: Paul Andrew O'Neill
Born: February 25, 1963 (51.335) in Columbus, Ohio
Height/Weight: 6-4 / 215 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: Brookhaven (Columbus,OH)
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Drafted: 1981 -- 4th round (93rd overall) by Cincinnati Reds (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 3,1985 (22.190)
TBC Player ID:647
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Organizations:CIN, NYA
Signed by:Gene Bennett
Relationship(s):Uncle of Michael O'Neill

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  • Jobs in Baseball for Paul O'Neill
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    2002New York YankeesMLBBroadcaster10358.6401Lost in 1st Round (Angels)
    2003New York YankeesMLBBroadcaster10161.6231Lost World Series (Marlins)
    2004New York YankeesMLBBroadcaster10161.6231Lost ALCS (Red Sox)
    2005New York YankeesMLBBroadcaster9567.5861Lost ALDS (Angels)
    2006New York YankeesMLBBroadcaster9765.5991Lost ALDS (Tigers)
    2007New York YankeesMLBBroadcaster9468.5802Lost in ALDS (Cleveland)
    2008New York YankeesMLBBroadcaster8973.5493 
    2009New York YankeesMLBBroadcaster10359.6361Won World Series (Philadelphia)
    2010New York YankeesMLBBroadcaster9567.5862Lost in ALCS (Rangers)

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