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Evan Pratte

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Positions: 2B-288, 3B-118, SS-35
Proper Name: Evan Michael Pratte
Born: December 18, 1968 (46.007) in St. Louis, Missouri
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 175 Bats/Throws: Switch-Right
High School: Lafayette (Ballwin,MO)
College: Missouri State University
Drafted: 1991 -- 13th round (349th overall) by Detroit Tigers (June-Reg)
TBC Player ID:92083
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41.5 65.75 67.75 64 27.75
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  • Jobs in Baseball for Evan Pratte
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    2002University of MissouriNCAAAssistant Coach916.3609 
    2003University of MissouriNCAAAssistant Coach1511.5774CWS Regionals
    2004University of MissouriNCAAAssistant Coach1214.4627Conf. Finalists, CWS Regionals
    2005University of MissouriNCAAAssistant Coach1611.5934CWS Regionals, #21 in nation
    2006University of MissouriNCAAAssistant Coach1215.4447CWS Super-Regionals, #18 in Nation
    2007University of MissouriNCAAAssistant Coach198.7042CWS Regionals, #24 in Nation
    2008University of MissouriNCAAAssistant Coach1611.5934CWS Regionals, #19 in Nation
    2009University of MissouriNCAAAssistant Coach1611.5933Conference Finalists,CWS Regionals
    2010University of MissouriNCAAAssistant Coach1016.3858 
    2011University of MissouriNCAAAssistant Coach1115.4238Conference Finalists


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