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CARL EVERETT

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1990-2010
Positions
CF-649, OF-556, DH-267, RF-228, LF-120
Born
June 3, 1971  (43.052)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-0 / 190
Bats/Throws
Both / Right
High School
Hillsborough  (Tampa,FL)
College:
 
Drafted:
New York Yankees:  1990-1-10 (June-Reg) 
Full Name
Carl Edward Everett 
TBC Player ID
1190
MLB Debut
July 1, 1993  (22.028)
Top Prospect:  mlb  1991 (#88), 1992 (#32), 1993 (#69), 1994 (#52), 1995 (#95)   team  1991 (#7-NYY), 1992 (#2-NYY), 1993 (#5-FLA), 1994 (#3-FLA), 1995 (#6-NYM)
Speed
59
Contact
34
Patience
48
Batting
59
Power
72

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DateNotes
2006-08-07Released by Mariners
2005-12-14Signed by Mariners
2004-07-18Traded by Expos to White Sox for Jon Rauch and Gary Majewski.
2003-12-19Signed as Free Agent by Expos.
2003-10-27Granted Free Agency.
2003-07-01Traded by Rangers to White Sox for Anthony Webster, Josh Rupe and Frank Francisco.
2001-12-13Traded by Red Sox to Rangers for LHP Darren Oliver
2001-12-12Traded by Red Sox to Rangers for Darren Oliver.
1999-12-15Traded by Astros to Red Sox for SS Adam Everett and LHP Greg Miller
1999-12-14Traded by Astros to Red Sox for Greg Miller and Adam Everett.
1997-12-22Traded by Mets to Astros for John Hudek.
1994-11-29Traded by Marlins to Mets for Quilvio Veras.
1992-11-17Selected by Marlins from Yankees in expansion draft (Pick #27).
1990-06-08signed
Drafted:  Selected by New York Yankees in 1st round (10th overall) of 1990 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)


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