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Tom Filer

+ Played in Major Leagues 1982-1992
Biography Data
Positions: P-337, DH-1
Proper Name: Thomas Carson Filer
Born: December 1, 1956 (58.121)
Place Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 198 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Archbishop Ryan (Philadelphia,PA)
College: La Salle University
Drafted: 1978 -- Signed as free agent by New York Yankees
MLB Debut:June 8,1982 (25.189)
TBC Player ID:11362
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Career Activity
Organizations:NYA, CHN, TOR, MIL, NYN
Signed by:Meade Palmer
Scouting Scores
control k-rating efficiency vsPower
78 40 68 68


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  • Jobs in Baseball for Tom Filer
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1997GreensboroAPitching Coach7565.5363Lost in Finals
    1998GreensboroAPitching Coach7963.5562Lost in Finals
    1999NorwichAAPitching Coach7864.5492Lost in Finals
    2000NorwichAAPitching Coach7666.5353 
    2001NorwichAAPitching Coach8359.5852Lost in Semi-Finals
    2002ColumbusAAAPitching Coach5983.4154 
    2003SyracuseAAAPitching Coach6279.4406 
    2004LakewoodAPitching Coach7067.5114 
    2006ReadingAAPitching Coach7169.5073 
    2007ReadingAAPitching Coach7071.4965 
    2008ReadingAAPitching Coach5389.3736 
    2009WilliamsportA-Pitching Coach4234.5532 
    2010AltoonaAAPitching Coach8260.5771League Champions
    2011IndianapolisAAAPitching Coach7668.5282 
    2012IndianapolisAAAPitching Coach8955.6181Lost in Semi-Finals
    2014IndianapolisAAAPitching Coach7371.5072 

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