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Rick Luecken #1

+ Played in Major Leagues 1989-1990

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Biography Data
Positions: P-255
Proper Name: Richard Fred Luecken
Born: November 15, 1960 (55.342)
Place Mcallen, Texas
Height/Weight: 6-6 / 210 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Spring Woods (Houston,TX)
College: Texas A&M University
Drafted: 1983 -- 27th round (667th overall) by Seattle Mariners (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:June 6,1989 (28.203)
TBC Player ID:14525
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Career Activity
Organizations:SEA, KCA, TOR, ATL, CHN
Signed by:Steve Vrablik

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  • The list of games below involve those where this player has accomplished at least one of a pre-defined list of feats or milestones throughout his career.
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  • Pitching Feats and Milestones for Rick Luecken
    Game DateTeamOppResultDecNoteIPHRERHRBBSOWPBKHBTBFPitchesStrBalStr%Career GCareer W-LFeat Description
    KCASEAL 2-5 @SEA   2200011000825141156%10-01st career game
    KCACALW 4-2 vs CALSv  120000200051712571%60-01st career save
    KCATEXW 5-3 @TEXW  110002100061991047%101-01st career win
    ATLSDNL 0-9 @SDN   210000300072621581%302-1Threw 81% strikes
    Batting Feats and Milestones for Rick Luecken
    KCASEAL 2-5 @SEA000000000000000011st career game
    ATLCHNW 17-6 @CHN1111000000000000521st career hit

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