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Gary Eave

+ Played in Major Leagues 1988-1990
Biography Data
Positions: P-182
Proper Name: Gary Louis Eave
Born: July 22, 1963 (52.132)
Place Monroe, Louisiana
Height/Weight: 6-4 / 200 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School:
College: Grambling State University
Drafted: 1985 -- 12th round (302nd overall) by Atlanta Braves (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:April 12,1988 (24.265)
TBC Player ID:11033
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Career Activity
Organizations:ATL, SEA

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  • Salary Information
    Pre-2012 Transactions
    Tranx DateDescription
    Granted Free Agency.
    Traded by Mariners to Giants for Russ Swan.
    Traded by Braves with Ken Pennington to Mariners for Jim Presley.
    Draft Instances
    Drafted: Selected by Atlanta Braves in 12th round (302nd overall) of 1985 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)
    Salary Metrics 1985-
    YearTeamSalaryLg RankTeam RankCentileLg MinimumLg AverageContracts
    1990Seattle Mariners$ 100,000649330$ 100,000$ 515,727
    1989Atlanta Braves$ 62,500691380$ 62,500$ 429,802
    1988Atlanta Braves$ 62,500604330$ 62,500$ 392,107

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