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From BR Bullpen
- Bats Left or Both (depending on season), Throws Right
- Height 5' 11", Weight 175 lb.
- High School Brea-Olinda High School
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Outfielder Tim Leiper hit .273 over twelve minor league seasons, mostly in the Detroit Tigers chain.
He spent several seasons as a coach in the minors, including the 1996 Binghamton Mets (for whom he played in six games), 1997 Capital City Bombers (until June), 1998 Harrisburg Senators, and 1999 Ottawa Lynx. He has been a minor league manager since 2000.
Leiper was also a coach for the Canadian team in the 2003 Olympic Qualifier, the 2004 Olympics, the World Baseball Classic in 2006, 2009 and 2013, the 2009 Baseball World Cup, 2011 Baseball World Cup (when Canada won their first Medal in a Baseball World Cup), the 2010 Pan American Games Qualification Tournament, and the 2011 Pan American Games (when Canada won their first Gold in a Pan American Games).
In 2013, he joined the Toronto Blue Jays as a senior adviser in the area of player development.
He is the brother of former Major League pitcher Dave Leiper.
 Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|2000||Vermont Expos||New York-Penn League||45-30||4th||Montreal Expos|
|2001||Jupiter Hammerheads||Florida State League||70-69||4th (t)||Montreal Expos|
|2002||Ottawa Lynx||International League||80-61||3rd||Montreal Expos|
|2003||Sarasota Red Sox||Florida State League||63-67||8th||Boston Red Sox|
|2004||Ottawa Lynx||International League||66-78||11th (t)||Baltimore Orioles|
|2005||Lynchburg Hillcats||Carolina League||78-62||2nd||Pittsburgh Pirates|
|2006||Altoona Curve||Eastern League||75-64||3rd||Pittsburgh Pirates||Lost in 1st round|
|2007||Altoona Curve||Eastern League||73-68||4th||Pittsburgh Pirates|
|2008||Altoona Curve||Eastern League||65-77||9th||Pittsburgh Pirates|
|2009||Jupiter Hammerheads||Florida State League||67-70||8th||Florida Marlins|
|2010||Jacksonville Suns||Southern League||81-59||2nd||Florida Marlins||League Champs|