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JEFF RINEER

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1977-1980
Positions
P-100
Born
July 3, 1955  (59.050)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-4 / 205
Bats/Throws
Left / Left
High School
Penn Manor  (Millersville,PA)
College:
Drafted:
Baltimore Orioles:  1975-3-43 (June-Sec) 
Full Name
Jeffrey Alan Rineer 
TBC Player ID
17160
MLB Debut
Control
78
K-Rating
42
Efficiency
49
vsPower
44

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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.  George Dickerson (100)
2.  Erskine Thomason (100)
3.  Bernie Walter (100)
4.  Pedro Villarreal (100)
5.  Don Prince (100)
6.  Charlie Blackburn (100)
7.  Mike Mendoza (100)
8.  Harry MacPherson (100)
9.  Jack Mercer (100)
10.  Edgar Barnhart (100)
11.  George Ellison (100)
12.  Henry Benn (100)
13.  Jim Neher (100)
14.  John Woods (100)
15.  Jake Hehl (100)
16.  Tony Pena (100)
17.  Jon Ratliff (100)
18.  Lariel Gonzalez (100)
19.  Marty Herrmann (100)
20.  Jeff Shaver (100)
21.  Al Verdel (100)
22.  Ralph Miller (100)
Age: 24
1.  Jack Mercer (100)
2.  Pedro Villarreal (100)
3.  Jeff Shaver (100)
4.  Harry MacPherson (100)
5.  Rich Durning (100)
6.  Don Prince (100)
7.  Nels Potter (100)
8.  Mike Mendoza (100)
9.  Lariel Gonzalez (100)
10.  Henry Benn (100)
11.  Al Verdel (100)
12.  George Dickerson (100)
13.  Ralph Miller (100)
14.  Bernie Walter (100)
15.  Edgar Barnhart (100)
16.  Jim Neher (100)


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