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JAMES LONEY   +

MLB  Tampa Bay Rays   40-man Roster
Positions
1B-1566, OF-41, RF-3, DH-1
Born
May 7, 1984  (29.351)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-3 / 200
Bats/Throws
Left / Left
High School
Elkins  (Missouri City,TX)
College:
 
Drafted:
Los Angeles Dodgers:  2002-1-19 (June-Reg)  bonus: $1,500,000
Full Name
James Anthony Loney 
TBC Player ID
20749
MLB Debut
April 4, 2006  (21.332)
Signed by
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Top Prospect:  mlb  2003 (#34), 2004 (#42), 2005 (#62), 2007 (#44)   team  2003 (#1-LAD), 2004 (#4-LAD), 2005 (#4-LAD), 2007 (#4-LAD)

Recent Contract:  3-years/$21m (2014-2016) by Tampa Bay Rays
Speed
40
Contact
77
Patience
49
Batting
69
Power
43
Health
100

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OFF THE FIELD
The formula to determine similarity scores is listed in the about section of the site. In short, the scores attempt to compare players career batting statistics vs all other major leagues as well as cumulative statistics at each age.
Career Statistics
1.  Terrence Long (89.18)
2.  Sammy White (86.67)
3.  Jimmy Bloodworth (85.41)
4.  Johnny Berardino (83.96)
5.  Bernie Allen (83.38)
6.  Yuniesky Betancourt (83.25)
7.  Mike Shannon (83.11)
8.  Jim Lefebvre (82.41)
9.  Dave Nilsson (82.18)
10.  Max West (82.07)
Age: 22
1.  Luke Sewell (73.98)
2.  Shawn Abner (72.95)
3.  John Stone (72.88)
4.  Ron Karkovice (71.92)
5.  Les Bell (71.09)
6.  Phil Todt (70.27)
7.  Darryl Motley (69.88)
8.  Danny Tartabull (69.08)
9.  Ray Schmandt (68.88)
10.  Mike Greenwell (66.57)
Age: 23
1.  Johnny Mize (80.97)
2.  Nippy Jones (77.7)
3.  Joe Hauser (77.58)
4.  Gabe Kapler (75.94)
5.  Bill DeLancey (75.81)
6.  Ryan Klesko (75.7)
7.  Harry Craft (74.93)
8.  Andy Cohen (74.15)
9.  Jerry Moses (74.13)
10.  Heinie Schuble (73.93)
Age: 24
1.  Harry Craft (88.85)
2.  Ed Stevens (87)
3.  George Wright (85.2)
4.  Joe Rudi (83.9)
5.  Bruce Edwards (83.85)
6.  Ray Fosse (82.68)
7.  Pete Ward (82.44)
8.  Dmitri Young (81.57)
9.  Davey Johnson (81.1)
10.  Mel Hall (80.65)
Age: 25
1.  Joe Adcock (86.2)
2.  Bobby Bonilla (85.5)
3.  Joe Rudi (84.65)
4.  Wally Judnich (84.38)
5.  Steve Garvey (83.69)
6.  Greg Walker (83.2)
7.  Mel Hall (82.27)
8.  Johnny Berardino (82.06)
9.  Bobby Thomson (81.83)
10.  Mike Ivie (81.74)
Age: 26
1.  Bobby Bonilla (88.25)
2.  Joe Rudi (87.94)
3.  Steve Garvey (87.42)
4.  Ronnie Belliard (86.25)
5.  Max West (85.98)
6.  Fred Lynn (85.91)
7.  Willie Montanez (85.2)
8.  Tito Francona (84.75)
9.  Mel Hall (84.67)
10.  Von Hayes (84.2)
Age: 27
1.  Mel Hall (90.26)
2.  Steve Garvey (87.25)
3.  Willie Montanez (86.62)
4.  Frankie Hayes (86.19)
5.  Tito Francona (85.49)
6.  Chris Chambliss (84.98)
7.  Von Hayes (84.9)
8.  Ronnie Belliard (84.9)
9.  Johnny Groth (84.37)
10.  Bobby Bonilla (84.26)
Age: 28
1.  Mel Hall (88.79)
2.  Frankie Hayes (88.41)
3.  Jerry Morales (87.94)
4.  Glenn Wilson (87.18)
5.  Marty Marion (87.08)
6.  Ronnie Belliard (85.61)
7.  Todd Zeile (84.51)
8.  Willie Montanez (84.18)
9.  Johnny Groth (83.54)
10.  Chris Chambliss (83.37)


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