|Win–loss record 2–0|
Role Baseball athlete
Name Kirk Bullinger
Earned run average 6.53
|Education Southeastern Louisiana University|
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Kirk Matthew Bullinger (born October 28, 1969) is a former middle relief pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the Montreal Expos (1998), Boston Red Sox (1999), Philadelphia Phillies (2000) and Houston Astros (2003-2004). He batted and threw right-handed. He is the brother of pitcher Jim Bullinger.
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- Coaching career
In a four-season career, Bullinger posted a 2-0 record with a 6.53 ERA and one save in 49 games pitched.
Bullinger played college baseball at Southeastern Louisiana University. In 1992, Bullinger threw a one-hitter for the Lions in the Trans America Athletic Conference (now Atlantic Sun Conference) baseball tournament.
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In 2009, Bullinger was assistant baseball coach at the University of New Orleans. There, he served as pitching coach and also assisted with recruiting. He then coached pitchers for the Nola Monsters Baseball Club, an amateur travel team based in Louisiana. He is now head baseball coach at Archbishop Shaw High School in Marrero, Louisiana.