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JIM BOLGER

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1950-1959
Positions
OF-164, 3B-3
Born
February 23, 1932  (82.055)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-2 / 180
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Purcell Marian  (Cincinnati,OH)
College:
 
Drafted:
Not drafted
Full Name
James Cyril Bolger 
TBC Player ID
8969
MLB Debut
June 24, 1950  (18.122)
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Speed
26
Contact
50
Patience
18
Batting
63
Power
30

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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.  Bobby Malkmus (83.67)
2.  Paul Smith (80.16)
3.  Merritt Ranew (79.93)
4.  Orlando Mercado (79.53)
5.  Eddie Basinski (78.94)
6.  Karl Olson (78.03)
7.  Jim Fridley (77.99)
8.  Jose Nieves (77.54)
9.  Alex Gaston (76.92)
10.  Mike Champion (76.18)
Age: 18
1.  Jess Cortazzo (95.83)
2.  Tom Sullivan (95.83)
3.  Roger Marquis (95.83)
4.  Don Pavletich (95.83)
5.  Vern Benson (91.67)
6.  Johnny Bassler (87.5)
7.  Harry Hanson (87.5)
8.  Roy Jarvis (87.5)
9.  Rod Miller (87.5)
10.  Reno Bertoia (87.5)
11.  Red Shannon (87.5)
12.  Brian Greer (87.5)
13.  George Tomer (87.5)
14.  Bob Aspromonte (87.5)
Age: 19
1.  Leo Durocher (87.5)
2.  Doc Bass (87.5)
3.  Howard Freigau (81.25)
4.  Jim Woods (79.17)
5.  Jim Breazeale (79.17)
6.  Art Merewether (77.08)
7.  Tom Kirk (77.08)
8.  Hank Greenberg (77.08)
9.  Ed Sicking (77.08)
10.  Roger Marquis (77.08)
11.  Jess Cortazzo (77.08)
12.  Bill Buckner (77.08)
13.  Tom Sullivan (77.08)
14.  Bob Saverine (77.08)
15.  Hank Schmulbach (77.08)
16.  Don Pavletich (77.08)
Age: 20
1.  Don Pavletich (87.5)
2.  Leo Durocher (87.5)
3.  Doc Bass (87.5)
4.  Lou Piniella (83.33)
5.  Pedro Hernandez (81.25)
6.  Bill Wagner (81.25)
7.  Tom Miller (79.17)
8.  Vern Fuller (79.17)
9.  Richie Hebner (79.17)
10.  Johnny Berger (79.17)
11.  Jim Breazeale (79.17)
12.  John Shovlin (79.17)
Age: 21
1.  Buddy Dear (87.5)
2.  Don Pavletich (87.5)
3.  Leo Durocher (87.5)
4.  Larry Murray (87.5)
5.  Doc Bass (87.5)
6.  Lefty Atkinson (85.42)
7.  Kermit Wahl (83.33)
8.  Lou Piniella (83.33)
9.  Howie Carter (81.25)
10.  Pedro Hernandez (81.25)
Age: 22
1.  Brad Wellman (84.72)
2.  Willy Taveras (84.49)
3.  Jay Schlueter (83.56)
4.  Tom Miller (83.33)
5.  Jeff Mathis (81.71)
6.  Omar Moreno (80.56)
7.  Bob Kahle (80.32)
8.  Manny Alexander (79.4)
9.  Bill Haeffner (77.78)
10.  Lou Rosenberg (77.78)
Age: 23
1.  Mario Guerrero (77.42)
2.  Eddie Mulligan (74.91)
3.  Joaquin Arias (74.91)
4.  Tom Connolly (73.32)
5.  Bernie James (73.05)
6.  Mike Gonzalez (72.71)
7.  Wilson Delgado (72.6)
8.  Eduardo Escobar (72.11)
9.  Nate Schierholtz (71.95)
10.  Dud Lee (71.6)
Age: 24
1.  Adam Debus (82.1)
2.  Rob Butler (77.94)
3.  Joaquin Arias (77.05)
4.  Bernie James (76.35)
5.  Eddie Mulligan (74.91)
6.  Tom Connolly (73.32)
7.  Jackie Mayo (72.71)
8.  Eddie Bressoud (72.45)
9.  Tim Hyers (72.32)
10.  Sergio Ferrer (72.25)
Age: 25
1.  Luis Aguayo (77.71)
2.  Ozzie Virgil (76.8)
3.  Rube Bressler (76.34)
4.  Shane Costa (76.27)
5.  Jim Fairey (75.86)
6.  Merritt Ranew (75.51)
7.  Mark Wagner (74.77)
8.  Tim Corcoran (74.74)
9.  Paul Smith (74.69)
10.  Bob Borkowski (73.82)
Age: 26
1.  Merritt Ranew (81.39)
2.  Paul Smith (80.29)
3.  Manny Mota (79.65)
4.  Duane Josephson (78.63)
5.  Phil Garner (78.27)
6.  Eddie Basinski (77.6)
7.  Tom Matchick (76.67)
8.  Frank Tepedino (75.99)
9.  Josh Anderson (75.39)
10.  Rich Reese (74.99)
Age: 27
1.  Merritt Ranew (82.28)
2.  Paul Smith (80.16)
3.  Fred Hatfield (79.37)
4.  Kurt Bevacqua (79.27)
5.  Eddie Basinski (78.94)
6.  Karl Olson (78.03)
7.  Jose Nieves (77.54)
8.  Mike Champion (76.18)
9.  Gene Kingsale (76.12)
10.  Mark Wagner (76.07)


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