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Aaron Poreda #1AW-2

+ Playing Internationally Status: Int
Positions: P-159
Proper Name: Aaron Anderman Poreda
Born: October 1, 1986 (28.118) in Walnut Creek, California
Height/Weight: 6-6 / 240 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: Campolindo (Moraga,CA)
College: University of San Francisco
Drafted: 2007 -- 1st round (25th overall) by Chicago White Sox (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:June 12,2009 (22.254)
TBC Player ID:57770
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Recent Contract:Signed with Yomiuri (Japan) by (2014-11-26)
Organizations:CHA, SDN, PIT, TEX
Signed by:Joe Butler, Adam Virchis
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Scouting Scores

control k-rating efficiency vsPower
65 72 79 83
How are these calculated? (Coming soon)
Pitch Repertoire Fastball (67.12%) -- Slider (27.40%) -- 2-Seam Fastball (3.56%) -- Changeup (1.92%)
Fastball Velocity: [2014] - 95.19

Recent Roster MovementAll Transactions

DateStatusNotes
2014-11-26IntSigned with Yomiuri (Japan)
2014-11-21FAReleased by Rangers
2014-09-29MActivated from disabled list
2014-08-02D7DL-7 Injured
2014-07-18MAssigned to Round Rock (AAA)

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  • Awards for Aaron Poreda
    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    2006NCAAWest Coast Conference All-Conference TeamPAward History
    2007NCAAWest Coast Conference All-Conference TeamSPAward History

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