"Dozens of baseball data research applications."
Support TBC:  If you're a frequent visitor and use the data on this site, please support The Baseball Cube by leaving a small tip.
Home >> Players >> MLB >> J >> Alan Johnson >>

Alan Johnson

+ Played in Major Leagues 2011-2011
Positions: P-96
Proper Name: Thomas Alan Johnson
Born: August 24, 1983 (31.156) in Birmingham, Alabama
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 180 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Pleasant Grove (Pleasant Grove,AL)
College: Mississippi State University , Jefferson State Community College
Drafted: 2005 -- Signed as free agent by Colorado Rockies
MLB Debut:April 17,2011 (27.237)
TBC Player ID:38260
Update this Profile
Recent Contract:Signed to 1-year contract for 2011-2011 ($0.414m) by Colorado Rockies. Contract purchased from minors
Signed by:Damon Iannelli
Compare Stats:
Connect to Player:

Scouting Scores

control k-rating efficiency vsPower
60 35 43 55
How are these calculated? (Coming soon)
Pitch Repertoire Slider (37.36%) -- Changeup (24.18%) -- Curveball (21.98%) -- Fastball (16.48%)
Fastball Velocity: [2011] - 88.6
Please help support The Baseball Cube by sponsoring the Alan Johnson player pages for $10 for a year.
  • The list of games below involve those where this player has accomplished at least one of a pre-defined list of feats or milestones throughout his career.
  • Batting and Pitching Feats may not always be a positive accomplishment. Outlying negative performances may also be highlighted.
  • Pitching Feats and Milestones for Alan Johnson
    Game DateTeamOppResultDecNoteIPHRERHRBBSOWPBKHBTBFPitchesStrBalStr%Career GCareer W-LFeat Description
    COLCHNW 9-5 vs CHN   46540331002092524057%10-01st career game
    Batting Feats and Milestones for Alan Johnson
    COLCHNW 9-5 vs CHN100000000010010011st career game

    Links to other sites

    MLB.Com   -  Alan Johnson @ Razzball

    About Us  |  Site Map  |  Data Coverage  |  Support TBC | Privacy Policy  |  Contact Us

    Boxscores data is obtained free of charge from Retrosheet.org.

    Please Support The Baseball Cube.