David William Eiland is a former American professional baseball player who has played 10 seasons in the Major League Baseball. Eiland played baseball varsity for the University of Florida and the University of South Florida, then played professionally for the New York Yankees, San Diego Padres and Tampa Bay Devil Rays. He has also served as a pitching coach for the New York Yankees, New York Mets and Kansas City Royals. He is currently the pitching coach for Lexington Legends of the Atlantic Professional Baseball League.
Former right-handed pitcher who played 10 years in the major leagues.
He played college baseball at the University of Florida on athletic scholarship.
He played for three teams in his MLB career: the New York Yankees, the San Diego Padres, and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
His father Bill Eiland was a police chief.
He acted as the body double for Kevin Costner in the 1999 baseball film "For the Love of the Game."
- Florida Gators - Florida Gators are an inter-college sports team representing the University of Florida, located in Gainesville. University of Florida, track and field program, alumni and sports fans are commonly referred to collectively as "Country Gator."
- South Florida Bulls baseball player
- Kansas City Royals Coach
- Players Albany-Colonie Yankees
- Orlando Rays players
- Florida Gators baseball players
- Coach of the New York Mets
- New York Yankees coaches
- Oneonta Yankees players
- Fort Lauderdale Yankees players
- Tampa Bay Devil Rays players
- Gulf Coast Yankees players
- Louisville Redbirds players
- Baseball pitchers in the Baseball League
- Las Vegas Stars (baseball) players
- Players Tampa Yankees
- 89ers players of Oklahoma City
- Player Charlotte Knights
Latest information about Dave Eiland updated on June 14 2021.