Penn Alum Doug Glanville Joins ESPN As An Analyst

PHILADELPHIA - Former Quaker and major leaguer Doug Glanville, ENG'93, has joined ESPN as a baseball analyst according to a release sent out by the company.

Glanville, who played in the major leagues for nine seasons, will contribute to "Baseball Tonight", ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine and make his debut later this month. He spent most of his career as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies, and in 1999 he hit .325 with 11 home runs, scored 101 runs, stole 34 bases and drove in 73 runs.

The Penn alum was part of two EIBL Championships while in school and a starter on the winningest team in school history, in 1989. Glanville was also a first-team all-conference and All-America selection in 1991, before being drafted in the first round by the Chicago Cubs.