Baseball Analyst, ESPN
Baseball Analyst, ESPN Glanville's career as a writer and analyst currently includes work for ESPN and The New York Times . He has also contributed to XM Radio, Comcast SportsNet Chicago and TIME. com. Doug graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in engineering. By 1996 he was playing as an outfielder for the Chicago Cubs. When his retirement came after nine seasons in the majors, he had accumulated 1100 hits and a 293-game errorless streak.
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