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JENNINGS POINDEXTER

MLB  Deceased
Positions
P-14
Born
Place
Died
March 3, 1983   (72.154)
Ht/Wt
5-10 / 165
Bats/Throws
Left / Left
High School
Unknown
College:
 
Drafted:
Not drafted
Full Name
Chester Jennings Poindexter 
TBC Player ID
16696
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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.  Marty Griffin (89.56)
2.  Mario Picone (86.03)
3.  Kevin Pickford (84.65)
4.  Pat McLaughlin (84.13)
5.  Red Bullock (83.03)
6.  Al Lary (82.72)
7.  Mort Flohr (82.65)
8.  Carl Mathias (82.64)
9.  Gene Host (82.61)
10.  Walt Johnson (82.52)
Age: 26
1.  Graham Taylor (93.07)
2.  Steve Curry (91.06)
3.  Walt Miller (88.21)
4.  Roger Deago (86.36)
5.  Orlin Collier (85.83)
6.  William Brennan (85.31)
7.  Wedo Martini (84.99)
8.  Johnnie Williams (84.83)
9.  Dale Jones (84.74)
10.  Jimmy Barthmaier (84.74)
Age: 27
1.  Graham Taylor (93.07)
2.  Jake Volz (92.86)
3.  Charlie Shields (92.27)
4.  Steve Curry (91.06)
5.  Walt Miller (88.21)
6.  Roger Deago (86.36)
7.  Orlin Collier (85.83)
8.  William Brennan (85.31)
9.  Wedo Martini (84.99)
10.  Johnnie Williams (84.83)
Age: 28
1.  Marty Griffin (89.56)
2.  Mario Picone (86.03)
3.  Kevin Pickford (84.65)
4.  Ernie Camacho (84.48)
5.  Red Bullock (83.03)
6.  Mort Flohr (82.65)
7.  Carl Mathias (82.64)
8.  Pat McLaughlin (82.61)
9.  Gene Host (82.61)
10.  Walt Johnson (82.52)
Age: 29
1.  Marty Griffin (89.56)
2.  Mario Picone (86.03)
3.  Kevin Pickford (84.65)
4.  Pat McLaughlin (83.55)
5.  Red Bullock (83.03)
6.  Mort Flohr (82.65)
7.  Carl Mathias (82.64)
8.  Gene Host (82.61)
9.  Walt Johnson (82.52)
10.  Kevin Hagen (81.94)


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