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ADAM RIGGS

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1993-2008
Positions
2B-670, 3B-128, OF-107, 1B-45, LF-16, DH-6
Born
October 4, 1972  (41.282)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-0 / 190
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Lenape Valley Regional  (Stanhope,NJ)
College:
Drafted:
Los Angeles Dodgers:  1994-22-608 (June-Reg) 
Signed by
Full Name
Adam David Riggs 
TBC Player ID
7595
MLB Debut
August 7, 1997  (24.307)
Top Prospect:  team  1996 (#10-LAD), 1997 (#9-LAD), 1999 (#10-LAD)
Speed
74
Contact
56
Patience
48
Batting
72
Power
76

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OFF THE FIELD
The formula to determine similarity scores is listed in the about section of the site. In short, the scores attempt to compare players career batting statistics vs all other major leagues as well as cumulative statistics at each age.
Career Statistics
1.  Chris Pritchett (83.34)
2.  Eric Sogard (81.16)
3.  Royle Stillman (80.87)
4.  Rene Reyes (79.65)
5.  Leo Wells (79.22)
6.  Chuck Jackson (77.99)
7.  Braulio Castillo (76.62)
8.  Pat Dodson (76.38)
9.  Garey Ingram (76.3)
10.  Tye Waller (76.21)
Age: 25
1.  Carl Manda (84.72)
2.  Howie Gorman (83.56)
3.  Doug Mirabelli (83.19)
4.  Bill Hobbs (83.1)
5.  Jose Molina (81.3)
6.  Edwin Rodriguez (79.95)
7.  Chet Clemens (79.31)
8.  Gerry Davis (78.94)
9.  Ryan Raburn (78.19)
10.  John Churry (78.15)
Age: 26
1.  Carl Manda (84.72)
2.  Howie Gorman (83.56)
3.  Bill Hobbs (83.1)
4.  Steve Lubratich (81.76)
5.  Vinny Rottino (80.83)
6.  Edwin Rodriguez (79.95)
7.  Chet Clemens (79.31)
8.  Bill Higdon (78.15)
9.  Vern Duncan (76.99)
10.  Ray Giannelli (76.81)
Age: 27
1.  Carl Manda (84.72)
2.  Howie Gorman (83.56)
3.  Bill Hobbs (83.1)
4.  Steve Lubratich (81.76)
5.  Edwin Rodriguez (79.95)
6.  Rich Rowland (78.15)
7.  Bill Higdon (78.15)
8.  Vern Duncan (76.99)
9.  Ray Cunningham (76.9)
10.  Ray Giannelli (76.81)
Age: 28
1.  Paddy Siglin (86.32)
2.  Jim Galloway (85.28)
3.  Ray McDavid (84.94)
4.  Ed Walczak (83.01)
5.  Bob Loane (82.4)
6.  Ron Johnson (82.18)
7.  Gordy Lund (81.56)
8.  Marty Becker (80.9)
9.  Hod Kibbie (80.29)
10.  Steve Rodriguez (79.99)
Age: 29
1.  Paddy Siglin (86.32)
2.  Jim Galloway (85.28)
3.  Ray McDavid (84.94)
4.  Ed Walczak (83.01)
5.  Bob Loane (82.4)
6.  Ron Johnson (82.18)
7.  Gordy Lund (81.56)
8.  Marty Becker (80.9)
9.  Hod Kibbie (80.29)
10.  Steve Rodriguez (79.99)
Age: 30
1.  Xavier Avery (81.43)
2.  Oreste Marrero (78.42)
3.  Vern Benson (77.48)
4.  Frankie Kelleher (76.33)
5.  Braulio Castillo (76.14)
6.  Ryan Wheeler (75.94)
7.  Angel Santos (75.55)
8.  Mike Humphreys (75.32)
9.  Matt Winters (73.74)
10.  Milt Smith (73.35)
Age: 31
1.  Chris Pritchett (83.34)
2.  Eric Sogard (81.16)
3.  Royle Stillman (80.87)
4.  Rene Reyes (79.65)
5.  Leo Wells (79.22)
6.  Chuck Jackson (77.99)
7.  Braulio Castillo (76.62)
8.  Pat Dodson (76.38)
9.  Garey Ingram (76.3)
10.  Tye Waller (76.21)
Age: 32
1.  Chris Pritchett (83.34)
2.  Eric Sogard (81.16)
3.  Royle Stillman (80.87)
4.  Rene Reyes (79.65)
5.  Leo Wells (79.22)
6.  Chuck Jackson (77.99)
7.  Braulio Castillo (76.62)
8.  Pat Dodson (76.38)
9.  Garey Ingram (76.3)
10.  Tye Waller (76.21)


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