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NELSON CHITTUM

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1958-1960
Positions
P-40
Born
March 25, 1933  (81.181)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-1 / 180
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Elizabethtown  (Elizabethtown,VA)
College:
Drafted:
Not drafted 
Full Name
Nelson Boyd Chittum 
TBC Player ID
9851
MLB Debut
August 17, 1958  (25.145)

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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.  Jeff Little (92.27)
2.  Hal Manders (89.23)
3.  Randy Bockus (87.44)
4.  Phil Haugstad (85.89)
5.  Win Remmerswaal (84.61)
6.  Dick Calmus (82.7)
7.  John Sutton (81.84)
8.  Steve Fireovid (81.69)
9.  Bob Giggie (81.59)
10.  Lance Broadway (81.43)
Age: 25
1.  Ben Ford (91.44)
2.  Bill Connors (88.31)
3.  Windy McCall (88.2)
4.  Jim Miles (87.96)
5.  Bill Koski (87.7)
6.  John Gelnar (87.41)
7.  Jeff Fischer (87.39)
8.  Marco Estrada (86.82)
9.  Don Buschhorn (86)
10.  Larry Yellen (85.68)
Age: 26
1.  Larry Casian (89.43)
2.  Dick Calmus (86.3)
3.  Win Remmerswaal (83.36)
4.  Danny Kolb (82.82)
5.  John Sutton (82.66)
6.  Dick Midkiff (81.88)
7.  Jay Aldrich (81.08)
8.  Lance Broadway (80.96)
9.  Bill Hepler (79.86)
10.  Bruce Ellingsen (79.69)
Age: 27
1.  Jeff Little (92.27)
2.  Philip Humber (86.51)
3.  Mike Buddie (85.87)
4.  Win Remmerswaal (84.61)
5.  Randy Bockus (84.42)
6.  Phil Haugstad (83.83)
7.  Dick Calmus (82.7)
8.  Rodney Myers (82.59)
9.  Jay Aldrich (82.18)
10.  Justin Hampson (82.03)


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