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Rico Petrocelli AS-2

+ Played in Major Leagues 1963-1976
Positions: SS-774, 3B-727, DH-14, 2B-5, 1B-2
Proper Name: Americo Peter Petrocelli
Born: June 27, 1943 (71.184) in Brooklyn, New York
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 185 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Sheepshead Bay (Brooklyn,NY)
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Drafted: 1962 -- Signed as free agent by Boston Red Sox
MLB Debut:September 21,1963 (20.086)
TBC Player ID:16553
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20.08 32.92 69.92 43.42 73.25
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  • Jobs in Baseball for Rico Petrocelli
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1979Boston Red SoxMLBBroadcaster9169.5693 
    1986AppletonAManager5683.4033 
    1987BirminghamAAManager6875.4763League Champions
    1988BirminghamAAManager6282.4314 
    1991BirminghamAAManager7766.5381Lost in Finals
    1992BirminghamAAManager6874.4794 
    1992PawtucketAAAManager7172.4972Lost in Semi-Finals
    1993Boston Red SoxMLBRoving Minor League Hitting Coach8082.4945 
    1995TrentonAAHitting Coach7369.5142Lost in Semi-Finals
    1996Boston Red SoxMLBBroadcaster8577.5253 
    1996PawtucketAAAHitting Coach7864.5491Lost in Semi-Finals
    1997PawtucketAAAHitting Coach8160.5742Lost in Semi-Finals
    2000Boston Red SoxMLBBroadcaster8577.5252 
    2001Boston Red SoxMLBBroadcaster8279.5092 
    2002Boston Red SoxMLBBroadcaster9369.5742 


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