Dan Walters was born on Monday, August 15, 1966, in Brunswick, Maine. Walters was 25 years old when he broke into the big leagues on June 1, 1992, with the San Diego Padres. His biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable), career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items-of-interest are presented by Baseball Almanac on this comprehensive Dan Walters baseball stats page.
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Dan Walters Autograph on a 1992 Leaf (#BC-12)
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Daniel Gene Walters was a Major League Baseball player with the San Diego Padres ( 1992 - 1993 ). When Dan took the field on June 1, 1992 , he became the first position player from Santana High School to reach the majors. The two pitchers who preceded him were Terry Forster and Joe Price .
On April 23, 2020, the San Diego Police Department sent out the tweet below, honoring the life of Dan Walters, who joined the police department in 1998. Dan had injured himself diving for a ball in a Spring Training game in 1996, ending his baseball career, but he chose to serve his community and became a police officer. Five years later, he was responding to a domestic violence call, exited his car, was shot by the suspect, then as he fled the scene, a motorist ran over Walters, who was paralyzed until the day he passed away.
Today we rendered honors to our brother, Officer Dan Walters who died today as a result of injuries sustained on-duty in 2003.— San Diego Police Department (@SanDiegoPD) April 23, 2020
We are thankful for Dan and his legacy of continuing on despite the circumstances life presented to him.
Our department will never forget you Dan. pic.twitter.com/ICIUuHDnLu
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