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Michael Soper

+ Played in Minors: Reached AAA

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Biography Data
Positions: P-214
Proper Name: Michael David Soper
Born: October 13, 1966 (50.013)
Place Lynn, Massachusetts
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 175 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Saugus (Saugus,MA)
College: University of Alabama
Drafted: 1989 -- 37th round (957th overall) by Cleveland Indians (June-Reg)
TBC Player ID:96150
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Career Activity
Signings as Scout:7

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  • Players signed while a Scout
    PlayerPosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraft Info
    Lou MontanezOFMLB6-2185R-RCHN: 2000-1-3
    Adam DavisSSAA5-9185B-RCLE: 2006-3-101
    Walter DiazSSAAA6-0180R-RCLE: 2007-48-1402
    Paolo EspinoPAAA5-10190R-RCLE: 2006-10-311
    Jonathan HoltPA+6-2210L-RCLE: 2007-5-167
    Bo GreenwellOFAA6-0185L-LCLE: 2007-6-197
    Christopher JonesPMLB6-2165L-LCLE: 2007-15-467
    Jobs in Baseball for Michael Soper
    2000Chicago CubsMLBScout6597.4016 
    2001Chicago CubsMLBScout8874.5433 
    2006Cleveland IndiansMLBScout7884.4814 
    2007Cleveland IndiansMLBScout9666.5931Lost in ALCS (Boston)
    2008Cleveland IndiansMLBScout8181.5003 
    2009Cleveland IndiansMLBScout6597.4014 
    2010Cleveland IndiansMLBScout6993.4264 
    2011Cleveland IndiansMLBScout8082.4942 
    2012Cleveland IndiansMLBScout6894.4204 

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