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Terriers Welcome Greg O'halloran On Staff
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Greg O'Halloran has a very impressive baseball resume and he will be bringing his many years of experience to the Terriers organization beginning this fall as a coach on the 16u staff. ‎In 1987 Greg made his way to California where he played his college ball at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa.

He was a power hitting catcher with outstanding leadership skills. After being drafted in 1988 Greg worked his way through the minor leagues eventually getting to the Big Leagues with the Miami Marlins in 1994. In all, he spent nine years in professional baseball. Greg has also donned the Team Canada jersey on several occasions. He played in the 1988 Seoul Olympics and has coached in two World Baseball Classics. We welcome Greg on board and look forward to ‎the wealth of knowledge he will share with our players. Here is a snap shot of Greg's career... 1985+ 1986- Junior National Team 1987- Orange Coast College, California 1987- Signed LOI with University of Illinois 1988- Canadian Olympic Team, Seoul Korea 1988- Drafted by Toronto in the 32nd round 1989- 1993- Toronto A- AAA and 40 man roster 1989‎- Played winter ball in Venezuela 1994- Miami Marlins AA- MLB 1995- Chicago Cubs AAA, Mexican Winter League 1996- Mexican Winter and Summer League 1997- Taiwan Major League 1998- 2001- Scout with MLB Scouting Bureau 2006 + 2009- Team Canada Coach at WBC 2013- TV Analyst on Blue Jays Xpress, Sportsnet 360
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