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HIDEO NOMO

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1990-2008
Positions
P-338
Born
August 31, 1968  (46.019)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-2 / 230
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Seiyo Kogyo (JP)
College:
 
Drafted:
Signed as UDFA 1995 by LAD 
Full Name
Hideo Nomo 
TBC Player ID
652
MLB Debut
May 2, 1995  (26.244)
Control
23
K-Rating
78
Efficiency
50
vsPower
36

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DateNotes
2008-04-25Released by Royals
2008-01-04Signed by Royals to minor league contract
2006-06-07Released by White Sox
2005-07-27Signed by Yankees (minor)
2005-07-25Released by Devil Rays
2005-01-27Signed by Devil Rays (minor)
2004-11-01Granted Free Agency.
2001-12-21Signed as Free Agent by Dodgers.
2001-11-05Granted Free Agency.
2000-12-15Signed as Free Agent by Red Sox.
2000-11-02Released by Tigers.
2000-11-01Granted free agency
2000-01-21Signed as Free Agent by Tigers.
1999-10-29Granted Free Agency.
1999-10-28Claimed on waivers by Phillies from Brewers.
1999-10-26Released by Brewers
1999-04-29Signed as Free Agent by Brewers.
1999-04-23Released by Cubs.
1999-04-02Signed as Free Agent by Cubs.
1999-04-01Signed by Cubs
1999-03-26Released by Mets.
1998-06-05Traded by Dodgers with RHP Brad Clontz to Mets for RHP Greg McMichael and RHP Dave Mlicki June 5 1998
1998-06-04Traded by Dodgers with Brad Clontz to Mets for Dave Mlicki and Greg McMichael.
1995-05-01Loaned by Dodgers to coop Bakersfield April 27-
1995-02-08Signed as undrafted Free Agent by Dodgers.
1989-06-01Drafted by Kintetsu (Japan) in first round of 1989 Japanese draft
Signed as undrafted free agent by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1995.


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