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BART JOHNSON

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1968-1979
Positions
P-193
Born
January 3, 1950  (64.262)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-5 / 215
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Torrance  (Torrance,CA)
College:
 
Drafted:
Chicago White Sox:  1968-1-2 (June-Sec) 
Full Name
Clair Barth Johnson 
TBC Player ID
13335
MLB Debut
Control
37
K-Rating
68
Efficiency
35
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.  Duke Maas (91.62)
2.  Bob Miller (88.23)
3.  Bill Stafford (86.34)
4.  Bill Greif (86.09)
5.  Johnny Gorsica (85.13)
6.  Frank Baumann (84.98)
7.  Bob Kuzava (84.96)
8.  Cliff Fannin (84.81)
9.  Eric King (84.73)
10.  Luke Walker (84.55)
Age: 19
1.  Edwin Jackson (78.31)
2.  John Bogart (74.33)
3.  Ed Correa (73.82)
4.  Andy Hassler (73.02)
5.  Denny McLain (71.68)
6.  Gil Blanco (71.56)
7.  Bill Bell (71.51)
8.  Reese Diggs (69.95)
9.  Ed Keegan (69.87)
10.  Bob Barthelson (69.73)
Age: 20
1.  Rudy May (88.04)
2.  Steve Avery (82.24)
3.  Mike Witt (78.04)
4.  Johnny Podres (77.65)
5.  Sandy Koufax (77.33)
6.  Vern Law (76.37)
7.  Dick Brodowski (74.29)
8.  Juan Pizarro (74.25)
9.  Bob Friend (73.84)
10.  Dan Petry (73.48)
Age: 21
1.  Storm Davis (81.31)
2.  Dennis Blair (80.22)
3.  Pedro Ramos (79.73)
4.  Jack Fisher (73.31)
5.  Dave McNally (73.18)
6.  Dan Petry (72.89)
7.  Lindy McDaniel (72.78)
8.  Vern Law (72.66)
9.  Jerry Walker (71.63)
10.  Britt Burns (71.51)
Age: 22
1.  Jim Maloney (83.19)
2.  Dennis Blair (81.4)
3.  Kent Peterson (81.16)
4.  Bob Kline (78.9)
5.  Carlos Zambrano (78.34)
6.  Gary Serum (77)
7.  Jim Kaat (76.7)
8.  Al Santorini (75.36)
9.  Tom Hall (74.84)
10.  Don Kaiser (74.67)
Age: 23
1.  Larry Demery (82.22)
2.  Kent Peterson (81.58)
3.  Ken Brett (80.63)
4.  Mike Hampton (80.05)
5.  Tom Hall (79.36)
6.  Bob Kline (78.23)
7.  Al Santorini (78.09)
8.  Chubby Dean (77.61)
9.  John Buzhardt (77.48)
10.  Nelson Briles (77)
Age: 24
1.  Erv Palica (85.5)
2.  Milt Wilcox (84.32)
3.  Johnny Klippstein (83.5)
4.  John Smiley (83.5)
5.  Paul Hartzell (83.23)
6.  Silvio Martinez (83.1)
7.  Len Barker (82.7)
8.  Ray Corbin (82.57)
9.  Jim Gott (81.85)
10.  Ron Kline (81.66)
Age: 25
1.  Mike Caldwell (88.57)
2.  Bill Bonham (87.9)
3.  Marcelino Lopez (87.55)
4.  Erv Palica (85.23)
5.  Ray Corbin (84.69)
6.  Eric King (83.84)
7.  Pete Vuckovich (82.84)
8.  Dan Schatzeder (82.6)
9.  Dean Stone (82.49)
10.  Dennis Ribant (81.76)
Age: 26
1.  Don Aase (95.31)
2.  Jerry Augustine (90.02)
3.  Mike Caldwell (89.8)
4.  Bob Hendley (88.72)
5.  Bill Bonham (88.35)
6.  Barry Latman (88.25)
7.  Cliff Fannin (87.04)
8.  Bill Stafford (86.84)
9.  Mike Fornieles (86.26)
10.  Tom Griffin (85.43)
Age: 27
1.  Don Aase (92.12)
2.  Bob Hendley (91)
3.  Jerry Augustine (90.25)
4.  Mike Caldwell (89.42)
5.  Pete Vuckovich (87.51)
6.  Mike Fornieles (86.93)
7.  Eric King (86.9)
8.  Chris Bosio (86.61)
9.  Bill Stafford (86.34)
10.  Bill Greif (86.09)


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