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ADAM WILK   +

MLB  Free Agent
Positions
P-119
Born
December 9, 1987  (26.355)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-2 / 175
Bats/Throws
Left / Left
High School
Cypress  (Cypress,CA)
College:
Drafted:
Detroit Tigers:  2009-11-330 (June-Reg) 
Signed by
Full Name
Adam Robert Wilk 
TBC Player ID
27291
MLB Debut
May 26, 2011  (23.169)

Pitch Repertoire

2012SpeedShareStrike%#
2-Seam Fastball87.1733.068.7564
Changeup80.0026.851.9252
Fastball87.0817.570.5934
Slider81.0115.075.8629
Curveball76.327.740.0015
Control
88
K-Rating
51
Efficiency
82
vsPower
61

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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.  Brett Jodie (89.97)
2.  Kevin Mulvey (89.9)
3.  Jason Beverlin (89.74)
4.  Collin McHugh (89.12)
5.  Howard Farmer (89.04)
6.  Joe Trimble (88.75)
7.  Gene Host (88.09)
8.  Mike Welch (87.61)
9.  Mitch Atkins (87.03)
10.  Joe Murray (86.94)
Age: 24
1.  Kevin Mulvey (91.16)
2.  Brett Jodie (89.97)
3.  Adam Ottavino (89.16)
4.  Howard Farmer (89.04)
5.  Gene Host (88.09)
6.  Kyle Weiland (87.77)
7.  Anthony Lerew (87.72)
8.  Walt Craddock (85.96)
9.  Jim Heise (85.87)
10.  Radhames Liz (85.76)
Age: 25
1.  Cotton Pippen (90.02)
2.  Brett Jodie (89.97)
3.  Kevin Mulvey (89.9)
4.  Brad Thomas (89.6)
5.  Adam Ottavino (89.16)
6.  Collin McHugh (89.12)
7.  Howard Farmer (89.04)
8.  Wilton Lopez (88.43)
9.  Gene Host (88.09)
10.  Mike Pazik (87.96)


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