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Lloyd McClendon

+ Played in Major Leagues 1987-1994
Positions: C-339, OF-318, 1B-309, 3B-140
Proper Name: Lloyd Glenn McClendon
Born: January 11, 1959 (56.052) in Gary, Indiana
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 208 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
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College: Valparaiso University
Drafted: 1980 -- 8th round (183rd overall) by New York Mets (June-Reg)
TBC Player ID:15012
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Organizations:NYN, CIN, CHN, PIT, CLE
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  • Jobs in Baseball for Lloyd McClendon
    2001Pittsburgh PiratesMLBManager62100.3836 
    2002Pittsburgh PiratesMLBManager7289.4474 
    2003Pittsburgh PiratesMLBManager7587.4634 
    2004Pittsburgh PiratesMLBManager7289.4475 
    2005Pittsburgh PiratesMLBManager5581.4146 
    2006Detroit TigersMLBBullpen Coach9567.5862Lost World Series (Cardinals)
    2007Detroit TigersMLBHitting Coach8874.5432 
    2008Detroit TigersMLBHitting Coach7488.4575 
    2009Detroit TigersMLBHitting Coach8677.5282 
    2010Detroit TigersMLBHitting Coach8181.5003 
    2011Detroit TigersMLBHitting Coach9567.5861Lost in ALCS (Rangers)
    2012Detroit TigersMLBHitting Coach8874.5431Lost World Series (Giants)
    2013Detroit TigersMLBHitting Coach9369.5741Lost in ALCS (Red Sox)
    2014Seattle MarinersMLBManager8775.5373 
    2015Seattle MarinersMLBManager.0000 

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