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For other people of the same name, see Tommy Dunbar (disambiguation). Tom Dunbar Outfielder Born: November 24, 1959(1959-11-24) Graniteville, South Carolina Died: March 16, 2011(2011-03-16) (aged 51) Aiken, South Carolina Batted: Left Threw: Left  MLB debut September 7, 1983 for the Texas Rangers Last MLB appearance July 13, 1985 for the Texas Rangers Career statistics Batting average     .231 Home runs     3 RBI     18 Teams Texas Rangers (1983-1985) Thomas Jerome Dunbar (November 24, 1959 – March 16, 2011) was a professional baseball player who played as outfielder in Major League Baseball for three seasons with the Texas Rangers from 1983 until 1985. He was 6'2", 192 pounds, and he threw and batted left-handed. The college he chose to attend was Middle Georgia College. Dunbar was originally drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 11th round, 286th overall, of the 1979 draft. Deciding not to sign that year, he was drafted by the Rangers in the 1st round, 25th overall, of the 1980 draft, after which he signed. Dunbar played a total of 91 major league games, making his debut on September 7, 1983, at the age of 23. He hit .231 with three home runs and 18 RBI, striking out 32 times and walking 23. In the field, he committed four errors for a .929 fielding percentage, below average for an outfielder. He played his final game on July 13, 1985, though continued to play in the minors until 1991. His most notable game was most likely Mike Witt's perfect game in the 1984 season finale. He went 0 for 3 including a strikeout leading off the bottom of the ninth. He could apparently hit the knuckleball however, going 3 for 7 lifetime against Phil Niekro, one of three Hall of Famers he would face in his career. Rollie Fingers and newly elected Bert Blyleven were the others. After retirement he worked in the Cincinnati Reds organization as a minor league coach and manager.[1] He died at the age of 51 on March 16, 2011, in Aiken, South Carolina, while recuperating from prostate cancer surgery.[2] References ^ Atkins, Harry (26 February 1995). "Whacky week for Tigers". Argus-Press.,4608911&dq=tom-dunbar+baseball&hl=en. Retrieved 12 November 2010.  ^ "Ex-baseball player Dunbar dies in Aiken". The Augusta Chronicle. March 17, 2011. Retrieved March 18, 2011.  Persondata Name Dunbar, Thomas Jerome Alternative names Short description Major League Baseball player Date of birth November 24, 1959 Place of birth Graniteville, South Carolina Date of death March 16, 2011 Place of death Aiken, South Carolina