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DAVE KRYNZEL

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 2000-2009
Positions
OF-703, CF-63, RF-23, LF-21, 1B-1
Born
November 7, 1981  (32.315)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-1 / 180
Bats/Throws
Left / Left
High School
Green Valley  (Henderson,NV)
College:
 
Drafted:
Milwaukee Brewers:  2000-1-11 (June-Reg)  bonus: $1,950,000 
Signed by
Full Name
David Benjamin Kryznel 
TBC Player ID
5918
MLB Debut
Top Prospect:  team  2001 (#3-MIL), 2002 (#3-MIL), 2003 (#7-MIL), 2004 (#9-MIL), 2005 (#10-MIL)
Speed
92
Contact
19
Patience
53
Batting
49
Power
48

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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.  B.J. Waszgis (82.55)
2.  Neal Watlington (81.71)
3.  Ben Shaw (78.49)
4.  Craig Stansberry (78.44)
5.  John Barnes (77.96)
6.  Ron Stillwell (77.89)
7.  Elmer Weingartner (76.74)
8.  Joe Sprinz (76.45)
9.  Steve Stroughter (76.08)
10.  Paul Carey (75.02)
Age: 23
1.  Ron Stillwell (77.89)
2.  George Williams (77.61)
3.  John Orton (77.47)
4.  Fernando Lunar (76.47)
5.  Felipe Montemayor (75.64)
6.  Al Lakeman (74.72)
7.  Tommy Bianco (74.62)
8.  Avisail Garcia (74.5)
9.  Garrett Atkins (74.4)
10.  Ralph Hodgin (74.34)
Age: 24
1.  Brett Carroll (80.98)
2.  Ron Stillwell (77.89)
3.  Steve Macko (76.52)
4.  Duane Josephson (76.15)
5.  Felipe Montemayor (75.64)
6.  Carl Nichols (75.55)
7.  Tony Graffanino (75.18)
8.  Tommy Bianco (74.62)
9.  Avisail Garcia (74.5)
10.  Ralph Hodgin (74.34)


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