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Jimmy Rogers Pr team-8

+ Played in Major Leagues 1995-1995


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Biography Data
Positions: P-252
Proper Name: James Randall Rogers
Born: January 3, 1967 (49.336)
Place Tulsa, Oklahoma
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 190 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Daniel Webster (Tulsa,OK)
College: Seminole State College
Drafted: 1986 -- 16th round (419th overall) by Toronto Blue Jays (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:July 30,1995 (28.208)
TBC Player ID:17301
Career Activity
Prospect Ranks:[1989]TOR #8
Organizations:TOR


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  • Salary Information
    Pre-2012 Transactions
    Tranx DateDescription
    Draft Instances
    Drafted: Selected by Toronto Blue Jays in 16th round (419th overall) of 1986 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)
    Salary Metrics 1985-
    YearTeamSalaryLg RankTeam RankCentileLg MinimumLg AverageContracts
    1995Toronto Blue Jays$ 109,000753380$ 109,000$ 999,520

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