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DAN LARSON

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1972-1984
Positions
P-225
Born
July 4, 1954  (60.090)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-0 / 180
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Alhambra  (Alhambra,CA)
College:
 
Drafted:
St. Louis Cardinals:  1972-1-21 (June-Reg) 
Full Name
Daniel James Larson 
TBC Player ID
14129
MLB Debut
July 18, 1976  (22.014)
Father of Brett Larson, Father of Casey Larson

Control
63
K-Rating
52
Efficiency
58
vsPower
61

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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.  Jack Curtis (87.85)
2.  Lefty Hoerst (86.03)
3.  Bobby Munoz (85.9)
4.  Dick Lange (83.48)
5.  Rich Wortham (82.79)
6.  Luis Mendoza (81.79)
7.  Grady Adkins (81.57)
8.  Anthony Reyes (81.33)
9.  Jerry Stephenson (81.05)
10.  Jerry Janeski (80.82)
Age: 22
1.  Bill Travers (90.82)
2.  Dick Fowler (89.83)
3.  Rob Gardner (82.67)
4.  Tug McGraw (82.32)
5.  Don Stanhouse (82.32)
6.  Fred Hutchinson (81.88)
7.  Nolan Ryan (81.33)
8.  Ned Garver (79.93)
9.  Tom Poholsky (78.32)
10.  Ron Bryant (78.29)
Age: 23
1.  Dick Fowler (89.99)
2.  Jerry Stephenson (85.78)
3.  Don Stanhouse (85.49)
4.  Tug McGraw (82.99)
5.  Rob Gardner (82.51)
6.  Sean Gallagher (81.49)
7.  Fred Hutchinson (81.24)
8.  Al Benton (80.14)
9.  Tom Poholsky (78.79)
10.  Dick Brodowski (78.41)
Age: 24
1.  Mark Portugal (87.83)
2.  Bruce Cunningham (87.35)
3.  Art Johnson (87.28)
4.  Wally Hebert (85.91)
5.  Don Stanhouse (85.62)
6.  Dick Fowler (85.16)
7.  Luis Leal (84.65)
8.  Rob Gardner (83.92)
9.  Kent Bottenfield (83.21)
10.  Jimmy Haynes (82.32)
Age: 25
1.  Jerry Stephenson (89.35)
2.  Lefty Hoerst (88.02)
3.  Angel Miranda (84.03)
4.  Al Benton (83)
5.  Tom Hume (81.58)
6.  Rob Gardner (81.13)
7.  Vladimir Nunez (80.87)
8.  Jim Brillheart (80.78)
9.  Jack Curtis (80.42)
10.  Joe Sullivan (80.15)
Age: 26
1.  Jack Curtis (88.21)
2.  Lefty Hoerst (87.89)
3.  Dick Lange (87.13)
4.  Skinny Graham (86.92)
5.  Jerry Stephenson (86.42)
6.  Al Benton (86.14)
7.  Larry Benton (84.15)
8.  Jesse Jefferson (82.39)
9.  Johnny Hetki (82.35)
10.  Brad Hennessey (82.32)
Age: 27
1.  Lefty Hoerst (88.31)
2.  Jack Curtis (87.85)
3.  Rob Gardner (85.62)
4.  Wally Hebert (85.49)
5.  Dick Lange (83.48)
6.  Rich Wortham (83.02)
7.  Anthony Reyes (81.33)
8.  Howie Fox (81.05)
9.  Jerry Stephenson (81.05)
10.  Jerry Janeski (80.82)
Age: 28
1.  Bill Kennedy (89.37)
2.  Jack Curtis (87.85)
3.  Lefty Hoerst (87.3)
4.  Wally Hebert (85.49)
5.  Dick Lange (83.48)
6.  Johnny Hetki (83.39)
7.  Odell Jones (83.28)
8.  Rich Wortham (83.02)
9.  Allen Ripley (82.35)
10.  Luis Mendoza (81.79)


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