Tim Dulin
Tim Dulin

1994 M Club Hall of Fame Inductee


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Tim Dulin is perhaps the finest second baseman in Tiger baseball history. A graduate of Briarcrest High School, Dulin became a starter as a freshman and played in 174 games during his career.

He holds the Memphis record for home runs by a second baseman with 27 and the record for most runs scored in a career with 165. Dulin is ranked in career hits with 188, runs batted in with 139, home runs with 27 and doubles with 46. He led his team in hits in 1983 and in runs scored for three consecutive seasons. He was an All-Metro Conference selection in 1982, 1984 and in 1985 and was voted to the Metro All-Tournament team in 1983 and 1985.

Dulin was selected to the American Baseball Coaches Association All-America team in 1983 and in 1984. He was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles and played professional baseball for six years.

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