Doug Strange , 3B


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Born: 1964-04-13 (55) | Bats: S | Throws: R
Height: 6' 1 | Weight: 185
Born:Greenville, SC (USA) | College:

Pro Debut/Team: 1989-07-13, Pittsburgh Pirates



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CTCBL Career Stats

Year Team Img02 AB R H Img02 2B 3B HR BI Img02 SB CS BB K Img02 AVG OBP SLG Img02 E
1993 Arkville Aardvarks(NYK) 35 1 8 Img02 0 1 0 2 Img02 0 0 3 4 Img02 .229 .289 .286 Img02 0
1994 Tacoma Spartans(NYK) 510 44 125 Img02 22 0 5 51 Img02 6 3 38 63 Img02 .245 .297 .318 Img02 15
1995 Wanaque War Eagles(SST) 105 9 24 Img02 4 1 2 15 Img02 3 3 2 19 Img02 .229 .243 .343 Img02 3
1996 Capistrano Swallows(SKE) 134 17 41 Img02 9 2 0 15 Img02 0 0 10 16 Img02 .306 .354 .403 Img02 5
1997 Betelgeuse Redstars(QCK) 16 3 2 Img02 1 0 0 1 Img02 0 0 0 3 Img02 .125 .125 .188 Img02 0
1998 Capistrano Swallows(SKE) 353 66 99 Img02 21 2 22 62 Img02 0 0 37 91 Img02 .280 .348 .538 Img02 13
6 yrs. Career Totals-------> 1,153 140 299 Img02 57 6 29 146 Img02 9 6 90 196 Img02 .259 .312 .395 Img02 36
2 yrs. New York Knights 545 45 133 Img02 22 1 5 53 Img02 6 3 41 67 Img02 .244 .296 .316 Img02 15
1 yrs. Quaoar Crickets 16 3 2 Img02 1 0 0 1 Img02 0 0 0 3 Img02 .125 .125 .188 Img02 0
2 yrs. Southboro Killer E's 487 83 140 Img02 30 4 22 77 Img02 0 0 47 107 Img02 .287 .350 .501 Img02 18
1 yrs. Seattle Steelheads 105 9 24 Img02 4 1 2 15 Img02 3 3 2 19 Img02 .229 .243 .343 Img02 3

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1/2: Off the Bench Baseball- Roster of the Month, Harry Potter style (Wed, 02 Jan 2019 08:45:52 -0500)
It’s Harry Potter Week here at Off the Bench Baseball. This is the only place you’ll find that celebrates the unlikely crossover between baseball and the wizarding world. This installment of Roster of the Month embraces our Harry Potter theme. What follows is a 25-man roster of current a

4/3: Shutdown Inning- A Cornerstone Up the Middle (Mon, 03 Apr 2017 00:53:02 -0400)
I could write a great deal about what Rougned Odor is, and what I think he’ll be. In fact, just over a year ago, I did. The title of the piece was, “Watching an All-Timer Emerge.” High praise? Yes. Did he do anything last year to make me want to hedge my bet? No. All that said, let’s get out-of-the-

3/28: Shutdown Inning- A Cornerstone Up the Middle (Tue, 28 Mar 2017 20:54:49 -0400)
I could write a great deal about what Rougned Odor is, and what I think he’ll be. In fact, just over a year ago, I did. The title of the piece was, “Watching an All-Timer Emerge.” High praise? Yes. Did he do anything last year to make me want to hedge my bet? No. All that said, let’s get out-of-the-

8/16: BronxPinstripes.com- August 16, 1996: Mariners edge Yankees in series opener (Tue, 16 Aug 2016 20:27:57 -0400)
With the game tied at four in the top of the eighth inning and Jeff Nelson on the mound for the Yankees, the Mariners’ Doug Strange doubled home Ken Griffey Jr. and Mark Whiten to give Seattle a 6-4 lead. New York added a run in the bottom half, but couldn’t come all the way […] Th

10/3: Pine Tar Press- This Date In Royals History–October 3, 1993 (Fri, 03 Oct 2014 21:29:53 -0400)
1993: The Royals used a pair of two-run home runs in the late innings to pick up a 4-1 victory over Texas at Arlington Stadium in the final game of George Brett’s illustrious career.The game started out as a pitchers’ duel between Royals starter Kevin Appier and Rangers starter Steve Dreyer. Eac

7/31: The Greatest 21 Days- Doug Strange, Some Perspective - 211 (Wed, 31 Jul 2013 12:23:16 -0400)
Originally published Aug. 25, 2010 Doug Strange had been highly thought of by none other than the Tigers manager himself, Sparky Anderson. But that was in spring 1988. His season in 1988 did nothing to live up to the expectations.Strange didn't make the Tigers out of spring training and went on to