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Gary Moore

+ Played in Major Leagues 1970-1970
Positions: OF-5, 1B-1
Proper Name: Gary Douglas Moore
Born: February 24, 1945 (69.341) in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 175 Bats/Throws: Right-Left
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College: University of Texas
Drafted: 1965 -- 28th round (533rd overall) by Los Angeles Dodgers (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:May 3,1970 (25.068)
TBC Player ID:15589
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Batting Statistics
Show AllMLB OnlyMinors Only
Month Day of Wk vs LH/RH Home/Away Day/Night vs Team Outs Inning Lineup Position
Situation Leadoff Last Batter Runner in Motion 1st Pitch Action Count Pitcher Type 1st Pitch Result vs Pitcher Stadium

1970Los Angeles DodgersNLMLB31lanof2516
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MLB Totals (1 Seasons)716230200100100002.188.188.438626.250.313.200----716
MLB: Average per 162 Games162370466904600230023000046.188.188.438626.250.313.200----162370
Minor League Totals (0 seasons)000000--1.000--------------00
Los Angeles Dodgers (1 seasons)716230200100100002.188.188.438626.250.313.200----716
Fielding Statistics
Year Team League Level Position G INN PO A E DP FPCT RF/9 RF/G
1970Los Angeles DodgersNLMLB1B1 40001.000--36.00
1970Los Angeles DodgersNLMLBOF5 50001.000--9.00
Fielding Totals by Position/League:MLB1B1040001.000--36.00

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