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Ray Shore

+ Played in Major Leagues 1946-1949

Career Talent RatingsPitchingStrikeouts60Walks2Hittable28SO/BB7vsPower28Hitting0Durability19Team.386Ratings ExplainedBuy
Biography Data
Positions: P-31
Proper Name: Raymond Everett Shore
Born: June 9, 1921
Place Cincinnati, Ohio
Death August 13, 1996 (75.065)
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 210 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School:
Drafted: Not drafted
MLB Debut:September 21,1946 (25.104)
TBC Player ID:17981
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Pitching Statistics
Show AllMLB OnlyMinors Only
Month Day of Wk vs LH/RH Home/Away Day/Night vs Team Outs Inning Lineup Position
Situation Leadoff Last Batter Runner in Motion 1st Pitch Action Count Pitcher Type 1st Pitch Result vs Batter Stadium

1946St. Louis BrownsALMLB16sla25 0018.001000101.03220111004.0027.
1948St. Louis BrownsALMLB29sla27 126.39174006038.0403027235124001.979.470.478.292.840.34
1949St. Louis BrownsALMLB34sla28 0110.80130004023.1273028331134002.4910.411.1611.965.010.42
MLB Totals (3 seasons)138.273140011062706257567269002.2110.160.739.733.770.39
MLB: Average per 162 Games268.2760800210120136120111101305117002.2110.160.739.733.770.39
Baltimore Orioles (3 seasons)138.273140011062706257567269002.2110.160.739.733.770.39
Fielding Statistics
Year Team League Level Position G INN PO A E DP FPCT RF/9 RF/G
1946St. Louis BrownsALMLBP110000.0000.000.00
1948St. Louis BrownsALMLBP173828001.0002.375.29
1949St. Louis BrownsALMLBP132307001.0002.744.85
Fielding Totals by Position/League:MLBP3162215001.0002.474.94

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