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Lee Driggers

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Biography Data
Positions: COACH
Proper Name: Malcolm Lee Driggers
Born: September 6, 1950 (66.046)
Place Abilene, Texas
Height/Weight: 5-9 / 190 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Colonial (Orlando,FL)
College: University of Central Florida
Drafted: 1968 -- 63rd round (905th overall) by Los Angeles Dodgers (June-Reg)
TBC Player ID:153971
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  • Jobs in Baseball for Lee Driggers
    1986-Head Coach 
    1987-Head Coach 
    1988Tarleton State UniversityHead Coach 
    1989Hardin-Simmons UniversityHead Coach 
    1996McMurry UniversityHead Coach 
    1997McMurry UniversityHead Coach 
    1998McMurry UniversityHead Coach 
    1999McMurry UniversityHead Coach 
    2000McMurry UniversityHead Coach 
    2001McMurry UniversityHead Coach 
    2002McMurry UniversityHead Coach 
    2003McMurry UniversityHead Coach 
    2004McMurry UniversityHead Coach 
    2005McMurry UniversityHead Coach 
    2006McMurry UniversityHead Coach 
    2007McMurry UniversityHead Coach 
    2008McMurry UniversityHead Coach 
    2009Wheaton CollegeHead Coach 
    2010Wheaton CollegeHead Coach 
    2011Wheaton CollegeHead Coach 
    2012Wheaton CollegeHead Coach 
    2013East Texas Baptist UniversityNCAAHead Coach99.500 
    2014East Texas Baptist UniversityNCAAHead Coach1320.394 
    2016Union UniversityNCAAHead Coach1121.344 

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