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Ken Singleton AS-3AW-4WS-1

+ Played in Major Leagues 1970-1984
Biography Data
Positions: OF-1538, DH-477
Proper Name: Kenneth Wayne Singleton
Born: June 10, 1947 (67.294)
Place New York, New York
Height/Weight: 6-4 / 213 Bats/Throws: Switch-Right
High School: Mount Vernon (Mount Vernon,NY)
College:
Drafted: 1967 -- 1st round (3rd overall) by New York Mets (Jan-Reg)
MLB Debut:June 24,1970 (23.014)
TBC Player ID:18052
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Career Activity
Organizations:NYN, MON, BAL
Relationship(s):Father of Justin Singleton

Scouting Scores
speed contact patience batting power
14 31 91 67 69


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  • Pre-2012 Transactions
    Tranx DateDescription
    Granted Free Agency.
    Traded by Expos with Mike Torrez to Orioles for Bill Kirkpatrick, Rich Coggins and Dave McNally.
    Traded by Mets with Tim Foli and Mike Jorgensen to Expos for Rusty Staub.
    Draft Instances
    Drafted: Selected by New York Mets in 1st round (3rd overall) of 1967 Amateur Draft (Jan-Reg Phase)

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