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JOE SCHAFFERNOTH

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1959-1961
Positions
P-74
Born
August 6, 1937  (77.016)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-4 / 195
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Jonathan Dayton Regional  (Springfield,NJ)
College:
 
Drafted:
Not drafted 
Full Name
Joseph Arthur Schaffernoth 
TBC Player ID
17627
MLB Debut
April 15, 1959  (21.252)

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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.  Rich Thompson (88.61)
2.  Don Gordon (83.32)
3.  Sherman Jones (82.51)
4.  Ron Nischwitz (82.5)
5.  Ricky Trlicek (82.49)
6.  Tim Mauser (82.29)
7.  Fred Green (81.63)
8.  John Davis (81.46)
9.  Floyd Chiffer (81.18)
10.  Bryan Eversgerd (81.12)
Age: 22
1.  Ed Sprague (84.59)
2.  Mike Joyce (84.58)
3.  Bill Hepler (78.52)
4.  Adrian Devine (75.72)
5.  Hank Fischer (74.96)
6.  Brandon Morrow (73.43)
7.  Bill Lathrop (73.07)
8.  Joe Kerrigan (73.02)
9.  Drew Storen (72.89)
10.  Jim Hannan (72.55)
Age: 23
1.  Denny Neagle (79.72)
2.  Don Demola (79.61)
3.  Bill Wakefield (78.94)
4.  Danny Frisella (78.87)
5.  Ed Sprague (78.67)
6.  Ryan Perry (78.21)
7.  Connie Grob (77.32)
8.  Mike Cosgrove (76.4)
9.  Bill Bonham (76.32)
10.  Shane Rawley (75.94)
Age: 24
1.  Jeremy Accardo (81.56)
2.  Steve Olin (81.42)
3.  Pete Cimino (80.59)
4.  Ken Sanders (80.3)
5.  Don Demola (79.61)
6.  Craig Hansen (79.4)
7.  Bill Wakefield (78.94)
8.  Ed Sprague (78.67)
9.  Jeff Musselman (77.73)
10.  Connie Grob (77.32)


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