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ERIC BULLOCK

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1981-1995
Positions
OF-1200, 1B-4, DH-2
Born
February 16, 1960  (54.146)
Place
Ht/Wt
5-11 / 185
Bats/Throws
Left / Left
High School
South Gate  (South Gate,CA)
College:
Drafted:
San Diego Padres:  1981-1-5 (Jan-Reg) 
Full Name
Eric Jerald Bullock 
TBC Player ID
9393
MLB Debut
August 26, 1985  (25.192)
Top Prospect:  team  1983 (#8-HOU), 1984 (#4-HOU), 1985 (#10-HOU)
Speed
90
Contact
80
Patience
49
Batting
67
Power
38

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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.  Brad Mills (81.17)
2.  Polly McLarry (79.46)
3.  Tom Kelly (78.41)
4.  Bill Hall (77.08)
5.  Scott Seabol (75.66)
6.  Guillermo Rodriguez (75.14)
7.  Tom Heintzelman (74.32)
8.  Brian Doyle (74.06)
9.  Johnny Paredes (73.35)
10.  Chris Ward (73.34)
Age: 25
1.  Tod Dennehey (92.72)
2.  Ted Sepkowski (91.07)
3.  Cole Liniak (87.94)
4.  Jack Boyle (86.11)
5.  Jim Castiglia (85.63)
6.  Benny Zientara (84.98)
7.  John Ramos (83.66)
8.  Fernando Cortez (83.53)
9.  Frank Waddey (83.46)
10.  Izzy Molina (83.27)
Age: 26
1.  Cole Liniak (82.19)
2.  Terry McDaniel (80.6)
3.  Jermaine Clark (80.19)
4.  Jim Galloway (78.76)
5.  Craig Brazell (78.73)
6.  Raul Chavez (78.71)
7.  Greg Golson (76.87)
8.  Art James (76.69)
9.  Jay Payton (76.62)
10.  Ted Sepkowski (75.89)
Age: 27
1.  Mike Kreevich (86.55)
2.  Cole Liniak (82.19)
3.  Terry McDaniel (80.6)
4.  Jim Galloway (78.76)
5.  Greg Golson (76.87)
6.  Art James (76.69)
7.  Wayne Kirby (76.54)
8.  Buzzy Wares (76.13)
9.  Ted Sepkowski (75.89)
10.  Tony Robello (75.59)
Age: 28
1.  Karl Swanson (84.12)
2.  Lou Legett (82.83)
3.  Marty Becker (81.65)
4.  Happy Smith (81.53)
5.  Jim Galloway (81.32)
6.  Bill Zimmerman (81.23)
7.  Hack Eibel (80.86)
8.  Bob Pate (80.02)
9.  Ed Amelung (79.65)
10.  Lefty O'Doul (78.37)
Age: 29
1.  Lou Legett (83.8)
2.  Happy Smith (83.7)
3.  Marty Becker (82.17)
4.  Karl Swanson (81.23)
5.  Maury Uhler (81.16)
6.  Ed Amelung (80.55)
7.  Lefty O'Doul (80.07)
8.  Bill Zimmerman (79.85)
9.  Jim Galloway (79.79)
10.  Ginger Shinault (79.6)
Age: 30
1.  Happy Smith (84.29)
2.  Lou Legett (82.93)
3.  Lefty O'Doul (82.08)
4.  Marty Becker (81.14)
5.  Karl Swanson (80.24)
6.  Bill Zimmerman (80.06)
7.  Maury Uhler (79.74)
8.  Skip James (79.25)
9.  Ed Amelung (79.23)
10.  Jim Galloway (78.84)
Age: 31
1.  Brad Mills (81.62)
2.  Polly McLarry (80.34)
3.  Tom Kelly (79.23)
4.  Bill Hall (77.8)
5.  Guillermo Rodriguez (75.81)
6.  Scott Seabol (75.74)
7.  Tom Heintzelman (75.33)
8.  Brian Doyle (74.33)
9.  Chris Ward (74.22)
10.  Johnny Paredes (74.15)
Age: 32
1.  Brad Mills (81.17)
2.  Polly McLarry (79.46)
3.  Tom Kelly (78.41)
4.  Bill Hall (77.08)
5.  Scott Seabol (75.66)
6.  Guillermo Rodriguez (75.14)
7.  Tom Heintzelman (74.32)
8.  Brian Doyle (74.06)
9.  Johnny Paredes (73.35)
10.  Chris Ward (73.34)


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