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Carl Everett Pr mlb-32#1AS-2AW-6WS-1

+ Played in Major Leagues 1993-2006
Biography Data
Positions: CF-649, OF-556, DH-267, RF-228, LF-120
Proper Name: Carl Edward Everett
Born: June 3, 1971 (44.090)
Place Tampa, Florida
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 190 Bats/Throws: Switch-Right
High School: Hillsborough (Tampa,FL)
College:
Drafted: 1990 -- 1st round (10th overall) by New York Yankees (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:July 1,1993 (22.028)
TBC Player ID:1190
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Career Activity
Recent Tranx: 2005-12-15 - Seattle Mariners - More
Prospect Ranks:[1995]MLB #95 NYN #6 [1994]MLB #52 MIA #3 [1993]MLB #69 MIA #5 [1992]MLB #32 NYA #2 [1991]MLB #88 NYA #7
Recent Contract:Signed to 1-year contract for 2006-2006 ($3.4m) by Seattle Mariners.
Organizations:NYA, FLO, NYN, HOU, BOS, TEX, CHA, MON, SEA
Scouting Scores
speed contact patience batting power
59 34 48 59 72
*as of 2014 season.
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  • Salary Information
    Pre-2012 Transactions
    Tranx DateDescription
    Released by Mariners
    Signed by Mariners
    Traded by Expos to White Sox for Jon Rauch and Gary Majewski.
    Signed as Free Agent by Expos.
    Granted Free Agency.
    Traded by Rangers to White Sox for Anthony Webster, Josh Rupe and Frank Francisco.
    Traded by Red Sox to Rangers for LHP Darren Oliver
    Traded by Red Sox to Rangers for Darren Oliver.
    Traded by Astros to Red Sox for SS Adam Everett and LHP Greg Miller
    Traded by Astros to Red Sox for Greg Miller and Adam Everett.
    Traded by Mets to Astros for John Hudek.
    Traded by Marlins to Mets for Quilvio Veras.
    Selected by Marlins from Yankees in expansion draft (Pick #27).
    signed
    Draft Instances
    Drafted: Selected by New York Yankees in 1st round (10th overall) of 1990 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)
    Salary Metrics 1985-
    YearTeamSalaryLg RankTeam RankCentileLg MinimumLg AverageContracts
    2006Seattle Mariners$ 3,400,0002171174$ 327,000$ 2,365,072
    2005Chicago White Sox$ 4,000,000169781$ 300,000$ 2,189,0552005-12-15 - Signed to 1-year contract for 2006-2006 ($3.4m)
    2004Chicago White Sox$ 3,000,0001961178$ 300,000$ 2,070,1002004-10-29 - Signed to 1-year contract for 2005-2005 ($4m) Option exercised
    2004Montreal Expos$ 3,000,000196578$ 300,000$ 2,070,1002004-10-29 - Signed to 1-year contract for 2005-2005 ($4m) Option exercised
    2003Chicago White Sox$ 9,150,00051194$ 300,000$ 2,163,527
    2003Texas Rangers$ 9,150,00051494$ 300,000$ 2,163,527
    2002Texas Rangers$ 8,666,66641596$ 200,000$ 2,011,045
    2001Boston Red Sox$ 7,333,33355394$ 200,000$ 1,897,758
    2000Boston Red Sox$ 5,000,333107789$ 200,000$ 1,394,248
    1999Houston Astros$ 2,500,000193779$ 200,000$ 1,454,491
    1998Houston Astros$ 1,075,0003031167$ 170,000$ 1,276,192
    1997New York Mets$ 205,0005672337$ 150,000$ 1,182,177
    1996New York Mets$ 178,0005482240$ 109,000$ 957,870
    1995New York Mets$ 125,0006652325$ 109,000$ 999,520
    1994Florida Marlins$ 118,0007053222$ 109,000$ 957,101
    1993Florida Marlins$ 109,000757320$ 109,000$ 968,431

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