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Justin Thomas AW-2

+ Free Agent Status: FA
Positions: P-275
Proper Name: Justin Joseph Thomas
Born: January 18, 1984 (31.010) in Toledo, Ohio
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 220 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: Clay (Oregon,OH)
College: Youngstown State University
Drafted: 2005 -- 4th round (113rd overall) by Seattle Mariners (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 1,2008 (24.227)
TBC Player ID:39940
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Recent Contract:Signed to Minor League Contract by Los Angeles Angels (2014-01-09)
Organizations:SEA, PIT, BOS, NYA, OAK, ANA
Signed by:Ken Madeja
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Scouting Scores

control k-rating efficiency vsPower
46 65 45 56
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Pitch Repertoire Fastball (31.25%) -- Changeup (29.35%) -- Sinker (21.74%) -- Slider (17.66%)
Fastball Velocity: [2012] - 90.35 - [2010] - 90.4

Recent Roster MovementAll Transactions

2014-07-26FAReleased by Angels
2014-04-12MAssigned to Salt Lake (AAA)
2014-01-09MSigned to Minor League Contract
2013-07-08IntSigned with Nippon Ham Fighters (Japan)
2013-04-07MAssigned to Sacramento (AAA)

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    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    2005NCAAHorizon League All-ConferenceSPAward History
    2005NCAAHorizon League Pitcher of the Year Award History

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