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Alan Goetz

+ Played in Minors: Reached Rookie-Level
Biography Data
Positions: P-19
Proper Name: Alan D. Goetz
Born: 1962 (53)
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 170 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School:
College: Alma College
Drafted: 1984 -- 26th round (658th overall) by Detroit Tigers (June-Reg)
TBC Player ID:80051
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Career Activity
Signings as Scout:16

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  • Players signed while a Scout
    PlayerPosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraft Info
    Jeff FrancoeurRFMLB6-4200R-RATL: 2002-1-23
    Brian McCannCMLB6-3190L-RATL: 2002-2-64
    Paul BushPAAA6-1190R-RATL: 2002-24-725
    Clint SammonsCMLB6-1200R-RATL: 2004-6-191
    Cole ArmstrongCAAA6-3210L-RATL: 2003-16-487
    Brandon JonesRFMLB6-1190L-RATL: 2003-24-727
    Wes LetsonPAA6-0200L-LATL: 2004-11-341
    Will StartupPAAA6-0195L-LATL: 2005-5-167
    Tyler FlowersCMLB6-4220R-RATL: 2005-33-1007
    Brett CammonsPAA6-2210R-RATL: 2007-19-588
    Bo BrownSSA6-0175R-RUDFA
    Jaye ChapmanPMLB6-0180R-RATL: 2005-16-497
    Michael Fisher1B-3BAAA6-2185B-RATL: 2007-6-198
    Cory RasmusPMLB6-0200R-RATL: 2006-1-38
    Cody JohnsonOFAAA6-4195L-RATL: 2006-1-24
    Cory GearrinPMLB6-3200R-RATL: 2007-4-138
    Jobs in Baseball for Alan Goetz
    2002Atlanta BravesMLBScout10159.6311Lost in 1st Round (Giants)
    2003Atlanta BravesMLBScout10161.6231Lost in 1st Round (Cubs)
    2004Atlanta BravesMLBScout9666.5931Lost in 1st Round (Astros)
    2005Atlanta BravesMLBScout9072.5561Lost NLDS (Astros)
    2006Atlanta BravesMLBScout7983.4883 
    2007Atlanta BravesMLBScout8478.5193 

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