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Tom Poquette

+ Played in Major Leagues 1973-1982
Biography Data
Positions: OF-373, DH-7
Proper Name: Thomas Arthur Poquette
Born: October 30, 1951 (63.148)
Place Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 175 Bats/Throws: Left-Right
High School: Memorial (Eau Claire,WI)
Drafted: 1970 -- 4th round (80th overall) by Kansas City Royals (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 1,1973 (21.307)
TBC Player ID:16720
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Career Activity
Organizations:KCA, BOS, TEX
Scouting Scores
speed contact patience batting power
74 92 32 60 44

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  • Jobs in Baseball for Tom Poquette
    1989OmahaAAAHitting Coach7472.5071Lost in Finals
    1990OmahaAAAHitting Coach8660.589League Champions, AAA Champions
    1992AppletonAManager7062.5303Lost in Semi-Finals
    1994OmahaAAAHitting Coach6876.4726 
    1995OmahaAAAHitting Coach7668.5283Lost in Semi-Finals
    1996Kansas City RoyalsMLBMinor League Hitting Coordinator7586.4665 
    1997Kansas City RoyalsMLBMinor League Hitting Coordinator6794.4165 
    1997Kansas City RoyalsMLBHitting Coach6794.4165 
    1998Kansas City RoyalsMLBHitting Coach7289.4473 
    1999Charleston (Wv)AManager6180.4333 
    2003Arizona Royals IIRkHitting Coach2416.6006 
    2004Arizona RoyalsRkHitting Coach2927.5185 
    2005Arizona RoyalsRkHitting Coach3422.6072 
    2006Arizona RoyalsRkHitting Coach3620.6432 
    2007Arizona RoyalsRkHitting Coach2828.5005 

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