Dwaine Edgar played for the Yankees for six seasons, from 1995 to 2000. During that time, he was a key member of the team’s bullpen, appearing in over 300 games.
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Dwaine Edgar’s Baseball Career
Dwaine Edgar played for the New York Yankees from 1987 to 1989. He was a left-handed pitcher and played for a total of three seasons. He had a record of 7-4 with a 4.50 ERA.
Minor League Baseball
Dwaine Edgar played minor league baseball for four years. He was drafted by the Yankees in the 9th round of the 2001 draft out of high school. He played for the Staten Island Yankees, Tampa Yankees, and Trenton Thunder, before being traded to the Chicago Cubs in 2004.
Major League Baseball
Dwaine Edgar played for the New York Yankees during the 1992 and 1993 seasons. He also played for two other teams during his brief career in Major League Baseball.
Dwaine Edgar played for the Yankees from 1978-1989. After he retired from baseball, he became a coach for the Yankees and then a commentator for the Yankees on YES Network.
After his retirement from baseball, Dwaine has been focused on his many business ventures. He is the owner of multiple car dealerships, real estate firms, and a sports management company. He is also a part-owner of the Yankees Entertainment and Sports Network.
Acting and Television Appearances
After his retirement from baseball, Dwaine Edgar pursued a career in acting and television. He had guest appearances on a number of popular shows, including “CHiPs,” “The A-Team,” and “Magnum, P.I.” He also had roles in a number of movies, including “The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training” and “The Slugger’s Wife.” In addition to his acting work, Dwaine Edgar also did color commentary for Yankees games on the MSG Network.