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+ Played in Major Leagues 1986-1987

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Biography Data
Positions: C-577, 1B-4, OF-2, 3B-1
Proper Name: Robert Paul Jr. Wine
Born: July 13, 1962 (54.102)
Place Norristown, Pennsylvania
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 190 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Methacton (Norristown,PA)
College: Oklahoma State University
Drafted: 1983 -- 1st round (8th overall) by Houston Astros (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 2,1986 (24.051)
TBC Player ID:19820
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Career Activity
Prospect Ranks:[1986]HOU #10 [1985]HOU #5 [1984]HOU #5
Organizations:HOU, TEX, NYA, ATL, MON, CLE
Signed by:Walt Mathews, Al Rosen
Relationship(s):Son of Bobby Wine, Father of Cory Wine

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    2009Penn State UniversityNCAAHead Coach816.3338 
    2010Penn State UniversityNCAAHead Coach915.37510 
    2011Penn State UniversityNCAAHead Coach1212.5006 
    2012Penn State UniversityNCAAHead Coach159.6253 
    2013Penn State UniversityNCAAHead Coach420.16711 
    2015Tri-CityA-Manager4234.5532Lost in Finals

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