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BRENT GATES

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1989-1999
Positions
2B-658, 3B-175, SS-56, 1B-9, DH-7, LF-1
Born
March 14, 1970  (44.171)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-1 / 190
Bats/Throws
Both / Right
High School
Grandville  (Grandville,MI)
College:
Drafted:
Oakland Athletics:  1991-1-26 (June-Reg) 
Signed by
Full Name
Brent Robert Gates 
TBC Player ID
11781
MLB Debut
May 5, 1993  (23.052)
Top Prospect:  mlb  1993 (#56)   team  1993 (#2-OAK)
Speed
42
Contact
68
Patience
52
Batting
54
Power
28

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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.  Skip Schumaker (86.51)
2.  Morrie Arnovich (85.82)
3.  Luis Rivera (83.78)
4.  Alex Trevino (83.59)
5.  Steve Brye (83.38)
6.  Terry Whitfield (82.91)
7.  Dave Rader (82.48)
8.  Dave Gallagher (82.34)
9.  Kurt Bevacqua (82.13)
10.  Jack Brohamer (81.74)
Age: 23
1.  Ryan Sweeney (84.03)
2.  Chris Gomez (82.9)
3.  Chuck Schilling (81.45)
4.  Babe Dahlgren (80.46)
5.  Dusty Baker (79.97)
6.  Andy Pafko (79.8)
7.  Davey Johnson (78.24)
8.  Brad Fullmer (77.72)
9.  Thurman Munson (77.14)
10.  Carlos Lee (76.45)
Age: 24
1.  Steve Braun (81.99)
2.  Billy Ripken (79.63)
3.  Rick Burleson (79.57)
4.  Mike McCormick (78.57)
5.  Kevin Elster (78.04)
6.  Jim Anderson (77.86)
7.  Mark Lewis (77.77)
8.  Alexi Casilla (77.59)
9.  Felix Mantilla (77.33)
10.  Frank Bolling (77.17)
Age: 25
1.  Ryan Sweeney (91.38)
2.  Buck Rodgers (85.27)
3.  Jimmie Wilson (82.16)
4.  Neil Walker (82.06)
5.  Tito Fuentes (81.3)
6.  Bruce Bochte (81.24)
7.  Todd Zeile (80.67)
8.  Jack Wilson (80.4)
9.  Orlando Merced (80.37)
10.  Ken Hubbs (79.18)
Age: 26
1.  Ryan Sweeney (91.33)
2.  Johnny Grubb (84.68)
3.  Buck Rodgers (84.61)
4.  Mark Lewis (84.48)
5.  Howie Schultz (83.75)
6.  Steve Brye (83.54)
7.  Bruce Bochte (83.47)
8.  Jerry Priddy (82.92)
9.  David Bell (82.86)
10.  Chris James (81.7)
Age: 27
1.  Steve Brye (87.99)
2.  Ryan Sweeney (87.43)
3.  Luis Rivera (86.96)
4.  Howie Schultz (85.04)
5.  Alex Trevino (83.98)
6.  Ernest Riles (83.94)
7.  Gene Larkin (83.87)
8.  Doug DeCinces (83.12)
9.  Daniel Murphy (82.65)
10.  Pat Tabler (82.5)
Age: 28
1.  Ken Caminiti (89.57)
2.  Luis Rivera (87.21)
3.  Ryan Sweeney (85.06)
4.  Steve Brye (83.22)
5.  Gene Larkin (82.69)
6.  Pat Tabler (82.25)
7.  Alex Trevino (82.17)
8.  Bill Brubaker (82.09)
9.  Jack Brohamer (82)
10.  Alberto Callaspo (81.99)
Age: 29
1.  Luis Rivera (85.61)
2.  Ken Caminiti (84.91)
3.  Steve Brye (83.38)
4.  Bob Boone (83.27)
5.  Bill Mueller (82.95)
6.  Dave Rader (82.53)
7.  Rance Mulliniks (82.47)
8.  Gene Larkin (81.61)
9.  Mark Loretta (81.51)
10.  Jack Brohamer (81.34)


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