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Jeff Cox AW-1

+ Played in Major Leagues 1980-1980
Biography Data
Positions: 2B-525, SS-38, 3B-18, OF-2
Proper Name: Jeffrey Lindon Cox
Born: November 9, 1955 (59.298)
Place Los Angeles, California
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 170 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: South Hills (West Covina,CA)
College: State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota , Cal Poly Pomona
Drafted: 1975 -- Signed as free agent by Oakland Athletics
MLB Debut:July 1,1980 (24.235)
TBC Player ID:10264
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Career Activity
Organizations:OAK, DET, KCA, CIN
Scouting Scores
speed contact patience batting power
81 80 92 45 5
*as of 2014 season.
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    Traded by Athletics with Scott Meyer to Tigers for Jack Smith, Mark Fellows and Darrell Brown.
    Signed as Free Agent by Athletics.
    Released by Royals.
    Signed as undrafted amateur Free Agent by Royals.
    Draft Instances
    Signed as undrafted free agent by the Oakland Athletics in 1975.

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