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BRET BOONE

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1988-2008
Positions
2B-2144, SS-14, 3B-8, DH-4
Born
April 6, 1969  (45.166)
Place
Ht/Wt
5-10 / 180
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
El Dorado  (Placentia,CA)
College:
Drafted:
Seattle Mariners:  1990-5-131 (June-Reg) 
Signed by
Full Name
Bret Robert Boone 
TBC Player ID
1057
MLB Debut
August 19, 1992  (23.135)
Brother of Aaron Boone, Brother of Matt Boone, Son of Bob Boone, Grandson of Ray Boone

Top Prospect:  mlb  1991 (#99), 1993 (#97)   team  1991 (#6-SEA), 1992 (#5-SEA), 1993 (#5-SEA)
Speed
47
Contact
34
Patience
47
Batting
49
Power
67

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DateNotes
2008-02-18Signed by Nationals to minor league contract
2006-03-01Retired
2006-01-04Signed by Mets (minor)
2005-08-01Released by Twins
2005-07-11Traded by Mariners with cash to Twins for player to be named later
2002-01-16Signed as Free Agent by Mariners.
2001-12-07re-signed by Mariners
2001-11-05Granted Free Agency.
2001-01-05Signed by Mariners
2000-12-22Signed as Free Agent by Mariners.
2000-10-31Granted Free Agency.
1999-12-22Traded by Braves with Jason Shiell and Ryan Klesko to Padres for Quilvio Veras, Reggie Sanders and Wally Joyner.
1998-11-10Traded by Reds with Mike Remlinger to Braves for Michael Tucker, Denny Neagle and Rob Bell.
1993-11-02Traded by Mariners with Erik Hanson to Reds for Bobby Ayala and Dan Wilson.
1990-06-08signed
Drafted:  Selected by Seattle Mariners in 5th round (131st overall) of 1990 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)
  *Did not sign*  ...  Selected by Minnesota Twins in 28th round (710th overall) of 1987 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)


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