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MARK WAGNER

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1972-1997
Positions
SS-389, 2B-59, 3B-34, DH-4, P-1
Born
March 4, 1954  (60.264)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-1 / 175
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Harbor  (Ashtabula,OH)
College:
 
Drafted:
Detroit Tigers:  1972-19-452 (June-Reg) 
Full Name
Mark Duane Wagner 
TBC Player ID
19277
MLB Debut
August 20, 1976  (22.169)

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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.  Del Young (85.09)
2.  Marty Martinez (79.9)
3.  Bob Ramazzotti (78.22)
4.  Charlie Gilbert (77.73)
5.  Johnny Grabowski (77.31)
6.  Bobby Mitchell (76.83)
7.  Mike Ramsey (76.66)
8.  Junior Moore (76.31)
9.  Jim Fairey (76.13)
10.  Tom Matchick (75.83)
Age: 22
1.  Jigger Statz (80.67)
2.  Harley Boss (78.44)
3.  Jim McDonnell (77.68)
4.  Luis De los Santos (77.3)
5.  Tom Hughes (75.82)
6.  Eddie Taubensee (75.43)
7.  Hank Ruszkowski (74.85)
8.  Charlie Jamieson (74.25)
9.  Lee McElwee (73.71)
10.  Bill Norman (73.52)
Age: 23
1.  Turner Barber (75.51)
2.  Phil Masi (74.95)
3.  Gene Woodling (73.45)
4.  Frank Walker (72.3)
5.  Costen Shockley (71.58)
6.  Steve Whitaker (70.92)
7.  Tex Nelson (69.79)
8.  Dave Adlesh (69.67)
9.  Ernie Walker (69.29)
10.  Andre Rodgers (68.87)
Age: 24
1.  William Fischer (74.28)
2.  Luis Alicea (72.96)
3.  Turner Barber (71.78)
4.  Bill Wagner (71.53)
5.  Gene Woodling (71.5)
6.  Rey Sanchez (71.34)
7.  Ed Bailey (70.51)
8.  Andres Blanco (70.19)
9.  Ed Montague (69.36)
10.  Stan Hollmig (69.03)
Age: 25
1.  Orlando Mercado (75.6)
2.  Larry Burright (74.72)
3.  Tim Cullen (74.69)
4.  Tex McDonald (73.97)
5.  Jake Flowers (73.51)
6.  Al Evans (72.36)
7.  Wilson Delgado (72.28)
8.  Ray Coleman (71.8)
9.  Ron Pruitt (71.64)
10.  Tomas Perez (71.63)
Age: 26
1.  Carmen Mauro (82.55)
2.  Fred Vaughn (76.55)
3.  Dal Maxvill (75.69)
4.  Ron Clark (75.45)
5.  Charlie Berry (74.98)
6.  Barry Evans (74.67)
7.  Gil Flores (73.87)
8.  Garth Iorg (73.78)
9.  Larry Burright (73.62)
10.  Mike Champion (73.61)
Age: 27
1.  Ed Fitz Gerald (80.27)
2.  Wickey McAvoy (78.59)
3.  Ted Kubiak (78.02)
4.  Mike Champion (77.3)
5.  Gil English (77.04)
6.  Fred Stanley (76.87)
7.  Jim Dwyer (76.62)
8.  Dan Dobbek (76.51)
9.  Juan Castillo (76.24)
10.  Julio Becquer (75.86)
Age: 28
1.  Marty Martinez (82.28)
2.  Del Young (80.14)
3.  Al Evans (79.65)
4.  Bobby Mitchell (79.57)
5.  Pinch Thomas (78.26)
6.  Tom Matchick (77.9)
7.  Wickey McAvoy (77.7)
8.  Ed Fitz Gerald (76.18)
9.  Gil English (75.79)
10.  Angel Salazar (75.76)
Age: 29
1.  Willy Miranda (80.74)
2.  Del Young (80.05)
3.  Bobby Mitchell (79.47)
4.  Tom Matchick (77.97)
5.  Wickey McAvoy (77.59)
6.  Marty Martinez (76.07)
7.  Angel Salazar (75.93)
8.  Gil English (75.7)
9.  Kerry Robinson (75.67)
10.  Bill Stein (74.93)
Age: 30
1.  Del Young (85.09)
2.  Dick Tracewski (82.17)
3.  Marty Martinez (79.9)
4.  Billy Hitchcock (78.2)
5.  Charlie Gilbert (77.73)
6.  Bobby Mitchell (76.83)
7.  Junior Moore (76.31)
8.  Tito Landrum (76.3)
9.  Jim Fairey (76.13)
10.  Mike Ramsey (76.04)


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