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Richard Scott Hirtensteiner (born October 9, 1967) is the current head coach for the Pepperdine Waves baseball team. He previously played at Pepperdine for four years, earning All-American honors in 1989. In 1987, he represented the United States in the Pan American Games. From 1989 to 1994, he played professionally. In 877 at-bats at Pepperdine, he hit .336 with 27 home runs and 176 RBI. In his All-American senior year, he slashed .366/.469/.620 with 12 home runs, 41 RBI and 13 steals. In the 1987 Pan American Games, he batted .409.

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  • Richard Scott Hirtensteiner (born October 9, 1967) is the current head coach for the Pepperdine Waves baseball team. He previously played at Pepperdine for four years, earning All-American honors in 1989. In 1987, he represented the United States in the Pan American Games. From 1989 to 1994, he played professionally. In 877 at-bats at Pepperdine, he hit .336 with 27 home runs and 176 RBI. In his All-American senior year, he slashed .366/.469/.620 with 12 home runs, 41 RBI and 13 steals. In the 1987 Pan American Games, he batted .409.
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  • Richard Scott Hirtensteiner (born October 9, 1967) is the current head coach for the Pepperdine Waves baseball team. He previously played at Pepperdine for four years, earning All-American honors in 1989. In 1987, he represented the United States in the Pan American Games. From 1989 to 1994, he played professionally. In 877 at-bats at Pepperdine, he hit .336 with 27 home runs and 176 RBI. In his All-American senior year, he slashed .366/.469/.620 with 12 home runs, 41 RBI and 13 steals. In the 1987 Pan American Games, he batted .409. He was drafted three times, last by the California Angels in the 8th round of the 1989 Major League Baseball Draft. He played in the Angels system through 1990 before joining the unaffiliated Salt Lake City Trappers in 1991. With them, he hit .356 with 11 home runs and 20 RBI in 70 games. He joined the Montreal Expos system in 1992, played briefly at Triple-A in 1993 (spending most of the year in the independent ranks) and finished his career in the Florida Marlins system in 1994. He later became an assistant coach at Lamar University before joining Pepperdine as an assistant. He became Pepperdine's head coach in 2015.
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