Doe Boyland Essentials

Positions:
Bats: L Throws: L
Height: 76 Weight: 200
Born: Thursday, January 06, 1955 in Chicago, IL USA
Died: in ,
Debut: 9/4/1978
Last Game: 10/4/1981
Full Name: Dorian Scott Boyland

a member of their last World Series champs. Doe Boyland, first baseman for the 1978-79 and 1981 Pirates. Boyland was a second round draft pick of the Pirates in 1976. He hit .269 in 71 games with Salem of the Carolina League that year, then In Double-A the following season, he hit .330 with 11 homers and 30 stolen bases. Boyland followed that up with a .291 average in Triple-A in 1978, earning a big league call-up in September for six games. He missed most of the 1979 season, playing just 30 games at Triple-A and four September games for the Pirates. He hit well in Triple-A each of the next two seasons, earning 11 more games with the Pirates before being traded away in December 1981 to the Giants for pitcher Tom Griffin. Doe played just one more season in the minors before retiring. He played 21 games for the Pirates altogether, all off the bench, hitting .105 (2-for-19). Boyland turns 65 today.