May 11, 1964 |
|July 7, 1994, for the Colorado Rockies|
|Last MLB appearance|
|June 27, 2003, for the Chicago Cubs|
|Runs batted in||72|
Drafted by the Houston Astros in the 12th round of the 1986 MLB amateur draft, Hubbard made his major league debut with the Colorado Rockies on July 7, 1994 at age 30. He had two plate appearances for the Rockies in the 1995 National League division playoffs.
After signing with the Los Angeles Dodgers as a free agent on Dec. 3, 1997, Hubbard had his best season in the majors. Appearing in 94 games, he hit .298 with nine stolen bases and seven home runs.
He finished his MLB career with 196 hits and an average of .257.
Spending parts of 19 seasons in the minor leagues, Hubbard put up some impressive numbers with 1,864 hits in the minors and a batting average of .302.
Hubbard last played professional baseball in 2005, when he split the season among three class AAA teams, the Durham Bulls, Round Rock Express, and Iowa Cubs. He is a graduate of South Shore High School in Chicago.
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- Mexican League statistics
- Pura Pelota Venezuelan Professional Baseball League statistics
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