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Hal Kurtzman

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Positions: IF
Proper Name: Harold Frank Kurtzman
Born: April 2, 1951 (63.300) in Los Angeles, California
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 170 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: University (Los Angeles,CA)
Drafted: 1968 -- 7th round (152nd overall) by Boston Red Sox (June-Reg)
TBC Player ID:85424
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  • Players signed while a Scout
    PlayerPosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraft Info
    Phil AvlasCAAA5-11170R-RARI: 2001-24-728
    Doug SlatenPMLB6-5190L-LARI: 2000-17-519
    Ryan Wheeler3BMLB6-4220L-RARI: 2009-5-156
    Cyle HankerdOFAAA6-3180R-RARI: 2006-3-87
    Danny PeralesOFAAA5-11165L-LARI: 2006-22-657
    Blake SharpeSSA+6-2185R-RARI: 2006-16-477
    Ryan BabineauCA6-2210R-RARI: 2008-17-528
    Barry EnrightPMLB6-3200R-RARI: 2007-2-73
    Charles BrewerPMLB6-4185R-RARI: 2009-12-366
    Osbek CastilloPAA6-3195R-RARI: 2006-33-987
    Ryan CookPMLB6-2210R-RARI: 2008-27-828
    Trevor BauerPMLB6-1175R-RARI: 2011-1-3
    Jobs in Baseball for Hal Kurtzman
    2001Arizona DiamondbacksMLBScout9270.5681Won World Series (Yankees)
    2006Arizona DiamondbacksMLBScout7686.4694 
    2010Arizona DiamondbacksMLBArea Scout - Central CA (LA County-Long Beach)6597.4015 

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