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Gary Ryerson

+ Played in Major Leagues 1972-1973
Biography Data
Positions: P-29
Proper Name: Gary Lawrence Ryerson
Born: June 7, 1948 (67.029)
Place Los Angeles, California
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 175 Bats/Throws: Right-Left
High School: Rolling Hills (Palos Verdes,CA)
College:
Drafted: 1966 -- 13th round (257th overall) by San Francisco Giants (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:June 28,1972 (24.021)
TBC Player ID:17494
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Career Activity
Organizations:SFN, MIL
Scouting Scores
control k-rating efficiency vsPower
92 17 24 25
*as of 2014 season.
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  • Pre-2012 Transactions
    Tranx DateDescription
    Traded by Brewers with Joe Lahoud, Ollie Brown, Skip Lockwood and Ellie Rodriguez to Angels for Art Kusnyer, Ken Berry, Steve Barber, Clyde Wright and Cash.
    Traded by Giants with Wes Scott to Brewers for John Morris.
    Draft Instances
    Drafted: Selected by San Francisco Giants in 13th round (257th overall) of 1966 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)

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