Gerric Waller

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Gerric A. Waller

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Biographical information[edit]

Gerric Waller is a former independent league baseball player who went on to scout for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

He first played professionally for the Nashua Pride of the Atlantic League in 1999, appearing in ten games for them and batting .167 in six at-bats. In 2000, he did not play, although he was signed by the Dubois County Dragons on April 12 of that year. He played in one game for the Sonoma County Crushers of the Western League in 2001, collecting no hits in three at-bats. In February, 2002, he was signed by the Joliet JackHammers, however he was released by the on April 24. He still played a little that year, as he appeared in three games for the San Angelo Colts of the Central Baseball League, collecting no hits in three at-bats. In total, he appeared in 14 games over a span of three seasons, hitting .083 in twelve at-bats.

Gerric is the son of former minor leaguer and baseball executive Reggie Waller. He is the nephew of former big leaguer Ty Waller and former minor leaguer Kevin Waller. His brother, Derric Waller, played professionally as well.

As a scout, he signed Griff Erickson.

His first name is spelled "Garrick" on his Baseball-Reference Minors page. It has also been spelled "Garrich."