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Jeffrey Scholzen

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Positions: OF-19, 3B-15
Proper Name: Jeffrey N. Scholzen
Born: December 19, 1968 (46.038) in St. George, Utah
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 182 Bats/Throws: Switch-Right
High School: Hurricane (Hurricane,UT)
College: Eastern Oregon University
Drafted: Not drafted
TBC Player ID:137766
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Signings as Scout:8
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  • Players signed while a Scout
    PlayerPosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraft Info
    Nick RobertsPAA6-2185R-RHOU: 1999-7-233
    Brandon WoodSS-3BMLB6-2180R-RANA: 2003-1-23
    Jay Brossman1B-3BAA6-2210R-RANA: 2007-36-1101
    Efren Navarro1BMLB6-0200L-LANA: 2007-50-1450
    Donn RoachPMLB6-1190R-RANA: 2010-3-115
    Daniel ReynoldsPAAA6-0170R-RANA: 2009-6-201
    Heath NicholsPA6-2180R-RANA: 2009-29-891
    Andrew OldfieldCRK5-10190B-RANA: 2010-40-1224
    Jobs in Baseball for Jeffrey Scholzen
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1999Houston AstrosMLBScout9765.5991Lost in 1st Round (Braves)
    2001Anaheim AngelsMLBScout7587.4633 
    2003Anaheim AngelsMLBScout7785.4753 
    2004Anaheim AngelsMLBScout9270.5681Lost in 1st Round (Red Sox)
    2005Los Angeles Angels of AnaheimMLBScout9567.5861Lost ALCS (White Sox)
    2007Los Angeles AngelsMLBScout9468.5801Lost in ALDS (Boston)


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