Glenallen Hill is a former Major League baseball player. Hill has played with the Toronto Blue Jays, Cleveland Indians, Chicago Cubs, San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, New York Yankees and Anaheim Angels throughout his thirteen years of career. With the Yankees, he won the 2000 World Series against the New York Mets. Hill punches and throws from a right-handed. Hill is also known for his defensive exits, once described by then-Mariners coach Bryan Price as "looking like looking at a hot cod surface."
Nicknamed "Spiderman" for his intense fear of spiders, he played in the big leagues for 13 seasons and won a World Series in 2000 with the New York Yankees.
He attended Santa Cruz High School in California.
He played for the Chicago Cubs from 1993 to 1994 and then again from 1998 to 2000.
He was born and raised in Santa Cruz, California.
All-Star first baseman Mark Grace was his teammate on the Cubs.
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Latest information about Glenallen Hill updated on June 14 2021.