Update:   Home Run Derby -  Historical yearly results from the All-Star game home run derby now available in the EVENTS/ALL-STAR section. View by year, filter by team.
 
Statistics
Transactions
Game Logs
Splits
Contracts
Salaries
Awards
Ebay
Stats Glossary
Data Store

EDUARDO ESCOBAR   +

MLB  Minnesota Twins   40-man Roster
Positions
SS-506, 2B-89, 3B-71, dh-5, LF-2
Born
January 5, 1989  (25.236)
Place
Ht/Wt
5-10 / 150
Bats/Throws
Both / Right
High School
Unknown
College:
 
Drafted:
Signed as UDFA 2008 by CHW 
Signed by
Full Name
Eduardo Jose Escobar 
TBC Player ID
143284
MLB Debut
Year


vs LH/RH:


Pitch Type
345 163
255 164
63 60 45
81 81 63
58 91 54
.500
.400
.300
.240
.000
Top Prospect:  team  2009 (#10-CHW), 2011 (#5-CHW)
Speed
73
Contact
48
Patience
17
Batting
56
Power
20

Compare to:  


vs pitcher:    


Please consider showing your support by leaving a tip in the TBC Tip Jar.       Please Support TBC
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.  Milt Reed (79.32)
2.  Fred Chapman (78.74)
3.  George Gerken (76.82)
4.  Elmer Zacher (76.81)
5.  Eric Helfand (76.78)
6.  Dan Monzon (75.89)
7.  Steve Korcheck (75.53)
8.  George Hale (75.11)
9.  Luke Carlin (74.52)
10.  Mike Ramsey (74.4)
Age: 22
1.  Marty Shay (93.52)
2.  Rich Reese (90.74)
3.  Oswaldo Navarro (90.61)
4.  Eddie Eayrs (90.01)
5.  Frank Trechock (89.02)
6.  Pat Duncan (87.9)
7.  Aaron Pointer (86.97)
8.  Bill Haeffner (86.71)
9.  Lou Rosenberg (86.71)
10.  Damian Rolls (86.44)
Age: 23
1.  Tim Laker (84.11)
2.  Doug Baker (83.35)
3.  Andy Seminick (82.42)
4.  Milt Reed (79.32)
5.  Bernie James (75.99)
6.  Gabby Street (75.86)
7.  George Hale (75.11)
8.  Wilson Delgado (75.07)
9.  Billy Murphy (73.48)
10.  Red Rollings (73.41)


About Us  |  Site Map  |  Privacy Policy  |  Contact Us

Boxscores data is obtained free of charge from Retrosheet.org.

Please Support The Baseball Cube.