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PETE INCAVIGLIA

MLB  Manager - Laredo (2013)
Positions
OF-999, DH-150, LF-85, RF-16
Born
April 2, 1964  (50.148)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-1 / 230
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Monterey  (Monterey,CA)
College:
Drafted:
Montreal Expos:  1985-1-8 (June-Reg) 
Full Name
Peter Joseph Incaviglia 
TBC Player ID
13184
MLB Debut
April 8, 1986  (22.006)
Brother of Tony Incaviglia, Uncle of Thomas Incaviglia

Top Prospect:  team  1986 (#4-TEX)
Speed
49
Contact
20
Patience
48
Batting
44
Power
89

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DateNotes
1998-12-17Signed as Free Agent by Diamondbacks.
1998-10-16Released by Astros.
1998-05-12Signed as Free Agent by Astros.
1998-04-23Released by Tigers.
1998-01-29Signed as Free Agent by Tigers.
1997-08-15Released by Yankees.
1997-07-25Signed as Free Agent by Yankees.
1997-07-14Released by Orioles.
1996-12-19Signed as Free Agent by Orioles.
1996-10-31Granted Free Agency.
1996-08-29Traded by Phillies with Todd Zeile to Orioles for Garrett Stephenson and Calvin Maduro.
1995-12-13Signed as Free Agent by Phillies.
1994-10-18Granted Free Agency.
1992-12-08Signed as Free Agent by Phillies.
1992-11-03Granted Free Agency.
1992-01-27Signed as Free Agent by Astros.
1991-10-31Granted Free Agency.
1991-04-07Signed as Free Agent by Tigers.
1991-03-29Released by Rangers.
1985-11-02Traded by Expos to Rangers for Bob Sebra and Jim Anderson.
Drafted:  Selected by Montreal Expos in 1st round (8th overall) of 1985 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)
  *Did not sign*  ...  Selected by San Francisco Giants in 10th round (247th overall) of 1982 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)


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