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Ty Van Burkleo

+ Played in Major Leagues 1993-1994
Biography Data
Positions: 1B-833, OF-167
Proper Name: Tyler Lee Van Burkleo
Born: October 7, 1963 (52.054)
Place Oakland, California
Height/Weight: 6-5 / 225 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: Chatsworth (Chatsworth,CA)
College: Los Angeles Valley College
Drafted: 1982 -- Signed as free agent by Milwaukee Brewers
MLB Debut:July 28,1993 (29.295)
TBC Player ID:19149
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Career Activity
Organizations:MIL, CAL, COL

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  • Jobs in Baseball for Ty Van Burkleo
    1998High DesertA+Hitting Coach8258.5862Lost in Semi-Finals
    2001Anaheim AngelsMLBRoving Hitting Instructor7587.4633 
    2002Anaheim AngelsMLBRoving Hitting Instructor9963.6112Won World Series (Giants)
    2003Anaheim AngelsMLBRoving Hitting Instructor7785.4753 
    2004Anaheim AngelsMLBRoving Hitting Instructor9270.5681Lost in 1st Round (Red Sox)
    2005Los Angeles Angels of AnaheimMLBRoving Hitting Instructor9567.5861Lost ALCS (White Sox)
    2006Los Angeles AngelsMLBRoving Hitting Instructor8973.5492 
    2007Oakland AthleticsMLBHitting Coach7686.4693 
    2008Oakland AthleticsMLBHitting Coach7586.4663 
    2009Seattle MarinersMLBBench Coach8577.5253 
    2010Seattle MarinersMLBBench Coach61101.3774 
    2013Cleveland IndiansMLBHitting Coach9270.5682Lost AL Wild-Card Game (Rays)
    2014Cleveland IndiansMLBHitting Coach8577.5253 
    2015Cleveland IndiansMLBHitting Coach8180.5033 

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