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+ Boston Red Sox Status: Active (MLB)
Positions: P-322
Proper Name: Anthony Michael Varvaro
Born: October 31, 1984 (30.056) in Staten Island, New York
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 180 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Curtis (Staten Island,NY)
College: St. John's University
Drafted: 2005 -- 12th round (353rd overall) by Seattle Mariners (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 24,2010 (25.328)
TBC Player ID:58625
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Recent Contract:Signed to 1-year contract for 2012-2012 ($0.48125m) by Atlanta Braves.
Organizations:SEA, ATL
Signed by:David May
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Pitch Repertoire Fastball (65.15%) -- Curveball (23.56%) -- Changeup (11.29%)
Fastball Velocity: [2014] - 92.48 - [2013] - 92.89 - [2012] - 93.12 - [2011] - 92.65 - [2010] - 91.07

Scouting Scores

control k-rating efficiency vsPower
30.5 70.62 52.62 53.25
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Recent Roster MovementAll Transactions

DateStatusNotes
2014-12-18ATraded from Braves to Red Sox for Aaron Kurcz and cash
2014-12-16AsDesignated for Assignment
2014-07-25AActivated from Paternity Leave list
2014-07-23PLPlaced on Paternity Leave list
2012-07-23MOptioned to Gwinnett (AAA)

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  • Awards for Anthony Varvaro
    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    2005NCAABig East Conference All-Conference TeamPAward History


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