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DOUG STRANGE

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1983-2000
Positions
3B-981, 2B-333, SS-63, OF-58, 1B-42, LF-12, DH-12, RF-1
Born
April 13, 1964  (50.130)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-1 / 188
Bats/Throws
Both / Right
High School
Wade Hampton  (Orangeburg,SC)
College:
Drafted:
Detroit Tigers:  1985-7-184 (June-Reg) 
Signed by
Full Name
Joseph Douglas Strange 
TBC Player ID
18532
MLB Debut
July 13, 1989  (25.091)
Speed
50
Contact
57
Patience
40
Batting
51
Power
53

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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.  Matt Walbeck (88.01)
2.  George Thomas (85.98)
3.  Dioner Navarro (85.92)
4.  Chris Widger (85.11)
5.  Ross Gload (84.96)
6.  Neil Walker (84.66)
7.  David Berg (84.46)
8.  David McCarty (84.31)
9.  Ramon Martinez (84.01)
10.  Reno Bertoia (83.9)
Age: 25
1.  Dave Marshall (88.43)
2.  Bill Fahey (87.45)
3.  Jed Hansen (80.17)
4.  Fred Thomas (79.22)
5.  Eduardo Escobar (78.28)
6.  Joe Pettini (78.01)
7.  Dutch Meyer (76.78)
8.  Larry Biittner (76.75)
9.  Chris Cannizzaro (76.14)
10.  Doug Baker (75.17)
Age: 26
1.  Guy Sularz (85)
2.  Sean Berry (80.48)
3.  Eduardo Escobar (78.28)
4.  Ed Armbrister (78)
5.  Joe Astroth (74.9)
6.  Hal Irelan (74.64)
7.  Tyler Pastornicky (74.26)
8.  Jeff Fiorentino (74.15)
9.  Doug Baker (73.94)
10.  Jason Conti (73.83)
Age: 27
1.  Elian Herrera (78.57)
2.  Guy Sularz (78.48)
3.  Ty Gainey (77.66)
4.  Paul Faries (77.33)
5.  Shane Halter (77.05)
6.  Dale Coogan (76.85)
7.  Craig Tatum (76.15)
8.  Bill Pecota (75.77)
9.  Wilson Valdez (75.41)
10.  Jorge Roque (75.36)
Age: 28
1.  Bill Fahey (86.49)
2.  Jack Bliss (79.19)
3.  Luis Hernandez (77.46)
4.  Earl Naylor (77.31)
5.  Tim Hyers (77.17)
6.  Mike O'Berry (76.33)
7.  Elian Herrera (76.04)
8.  Jack Daniels (76.01)
9.  Ray Holbert (75.83)
10.  Art Kusnyer (75.49)
Age: 29
1.  Ted Cox (82.81)
2.  Lyle Mouton (80.86)
3.  Dee Brown (80.42)
4.  Bevo LeBourveau (79.53)
5.  Bill Plummer (79.24)
6.  Lou Collier (78.61)
7.  Jimmy Walsh (78.32)
8.  Kevin Romine (78.28)
9.  Chris Snopek (77.3)
10.  Lou Klein (77.1)
Age: 30
1.  Russ Johnson (86.77)
2.  Jim Anderson (85.45)
3.  David Berg (82.14)
4.  Mike Moustakas (81.11)
5.  Bubba Phillips (80.88)
6.  Mark Smith (80.33)
7.  Paul Janish (79.37)
8.  Julio Gotay (79.18)
9.  Luis Quinones (79.12)
10.  Dave Edwards (78.67)
Age: 31
1.  Dave Marshall (87.28)
2.  Bubba Phillips (84.49)
3.  Rene Gonzales (82.65)
4.  Robb Quinlan (82.1)
5.  Milt Bolling (81.96)
6.  Dick Billings (81.78)
7.  Midre Cummings (81.59)
8.  Mark Johnson (80.92)
9.  Mark Smith (80.77)
10.  Shane Halter (80.64)
Age: 32
1.  Tim Bogar (86.38)
2.  Enrique Wilson (85.08)
3.  Phil Linz (84.77)
4.  Ray Lamanno (84.17)
5.  Dave Marshall (83.74)
6.  Ross Gload (83.57)
7.  Bob Kearney (83.25)
8.  Nanny Fernandez (82.87)
9.  Robb Quinlan (82.77)
10.  Carlos Martinez (82.59)
Age: 33
1.  Matt Walbeck (85.99)
2.  Ross Gload (85.57)
3.  Carmen Castillo (85.49)
4.  David Berg (85.47)
5.  Tim Bogar (85.44)
6.  Reno Bertoia (85.36)
7.  Chris Widger (85.28)
8.  George Thomas (85.07)
9.  Bill Brubaker (84.76)
10.  Brendan Harris (84.49)
Age: 34
1.  Matt Walbeck (88.01)
2.  George Thomas (85.98)
3.  Dioner Navarro (85.92)
4.  Ross Gload (85.91)
5.  Ramon Martinez (84.76)
6.  Chris Widger (84.67)
7.  Neil Walker (84.66)
8.  David Berg (84.46)
9.  Reno Bertoia (83.9)
10.  Brendan Harris (83.83)


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