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Rick Honeycutt AS-2AW-3WS-1

+ Played in Major Leagues 1977-1997
Biography Data
Positions: P-800, DH-1
Proper Name: Frederick Wayne Honeycutt
Born: June 29, 1954 (61.098)
Place Chattanooga, Tennessee
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 190 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: Lakeview Academy (Gainesville,GA)
College: University of Tennessee
Drafted: 1976 -- 17th round (405th overall) by Pittsburgh Pirates (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:August 24,1977 (23.056)
TBC Player ID:12960
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Career Activity
Organizations:PIT, NYN, SEA, TEX, LAN, OAK, NYA, SLN

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  • Jobs in Baseball for Rick Honeycutt
    2002Los Angeles DodgersMLBMinor League Pitching Coordinator9270.5683 
    2003Los Angeles DodgersMLBMinor League Pitching Coordinator8577.5252 
    2004Los Angeles DodgersMLBMinor League Pitching Coordinator9369.5741Lost in 1st Round (Cardinals)
    2005Los Angeles DodgersMLBMinor League Pitching Coordinator7191.4384 
    2006Los Angeles DodgersMLBPitching Coach8874.5432Lost NLDS (Mets)
    2007Los Angeles DodgersMLBPitching Coach8280.5064 
    2008Los Angeles DodgersMLBPitching Coach8478.5191Lost in NLCS (Philadelphia)
    2009Los Angeles DodgersMLBPitching Coach9567.5861Lost in NLCS (Philadelphia)
    2010Los Angeles DodgersMLBPitching Coach8082.4944 
    2011Los Angeles DodgersMLBPitching Coach8279.5093 
    2012Los Angeles DodgersMLBPitching Coach8676.5312 
    2013Los Angeles DodgersMLBPitching Coach9270.5681Lost in NLCS (Cardinals)
    2014Los Angeles DodgersMLBPitching Coach9468.5801 
    2015Los Angeles DodgersMLBPitching Coach9270.5680 

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