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+ Played in Major Leagues 2000-2000
Biography Data
Positions: P-209, OF-1
Proper Name: Clayton John Andrews
Born: May 15, 1978 (37.196)
Place Dunedin, Florida
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 180 Bats/Throws: Right-Left
High School: Seminole (Seminole,FL)
Drafted: 1996 -- 3rd round (74th overall) by Toronto Blue Jays (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:April 16,2000 (21.336)
TBC Player ID:20167
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Career Activity
Prospect Ranks:[1999]TOR #6
Organizations:TOR, CIN, ANA
Signed by:Antonio Arias

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  • Salary Information
    Pre-2012 Transactions
    Tranx DateDescription
    Released by Reds
    Signed by independent Lincoln (Northern)
    Traded by Blue Jays with Leo Estrella to Reds for Steve Parris.
    Draft Instances
    Drafted: Selected by Toronto Blue Jays in 3rd round (74th overall) of 1996 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)
    Salary Metrics 1985-
    YearTeamSalaryLg RankTeam RankCentileLg MinimumLg AverageContracts
    2000Toronto Blue Jays$ 175,000795450$ 200,000$ 1,394,248

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