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KEITH GLAUBER

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1994-2001
Positions
P-310
Born
January 18, 1972  (42.249)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-2 / 190
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Marlboro  (Marlboro,NJ)
College:
Drafted:
St. Louis Cardinals:  1994-42-1169 (June-Reg) 
Full Name
Keith H. Glauber 
TBC Player ID
11928
MLB Debut
Control
49
K-Rating
70
Efficiency
54
vsPower
70

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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.  Norm Lehr (96.37)
2.  Rinty Monahan (94.04)
3.  Happy Foreman (92.85)
4.  Jack McAdams (91.14)
5.  Garland Kiser (91.08)
6.  Ernie Manning (90.59)
7.  John Halla (89.92)
8.  Leon Williams (89.74)
9.  Tad Quinn (89.29)
10.  Scott Arnold (89.24)
Age: 26
1.  Gary Ignasiak (95.14)
2.  Mike Palm (95.14)
3.  Jim Dunn (94.79)
4.  Lefty Hayden (93.98)
5.  Alec Distaso (93.75)
6.  John Hobbs (93.52)
7.  John Wilson (93.52)
8.  Jason Boyd (93.4)
9.  J.J. Putz (92.59)
10.  Eric Hacker (92.36)
Age: 27
1.  Gary Ignasiak (95.14)
2.  Mike Palm (95.14)
3.  Aaron Rakers (95.02)
4.  Jim Dunn (94.79)
5.  Lefty Hayden (93.98)
6.  Alec Distaso (93.75)
7.  John Hobbs (93.52)
8.  John Wilson (93.52)
9.  Eric Hacker (92.36)
10.  Steve Slayton (91.44)
Age: 28
1.  Norm Lehr (96.37)
2.  Rinty Monahan (94.04)
3.  Happy Foreman (92.85)
4.  Steve Stemle (92.33)
5.  Jack McAdams (91.14)
6.  Garland Kiser (91.08)
7.  Ernie Manning (90.59)
8.  John Halla (89.92)
9.  Leon Williams (89.74)
10.  Tad Quinn (89.29)


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