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Rajai Davis AW-3

+ Detroit Tigers Status: Active (MLB)
Positions: OF-596, CF-497, LF-332, RF-102, dh-15, 2B-3
Proper Name: Rajai Lavae Davis
Born: October 19, 1980 (34.102) in Norwich, Connecticut
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 170 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: New London (New London,CT)
College: University of Connecticut-Avery Point
Drafted: 2001 -- 38th round (1134th overall) by Pittsburgh Pirates (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:August 14,2006 (25.299)
TBC Player ID:20387
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Recent Contract:Signed to 2-year contract for 2014-2015 ($10m) by Detroit Tigers (2013-12-12)
Organizations:PIT, SFN, OAK, TOR, DET
Signed by:Charlie Sullivan
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Scouting Scores

speed contact patience batting power
97 66 37 73 30
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Recent Roster MovementAll Transactions

2013-12-12ASigned to 2-year contract for 2014-2015 ($10m)
2013-10-31FADeclared free agency
2013-06-04AActivated from DL
2013-05-31D15Assigned to Dunedin (A+) for rehab
2013-05-11D15DL-15 Strained oblique

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  • Awards for Rajai Davis
    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    2002MINORGulf Coast League All-StarOFAward History
    2003MINORSouth Atlantic League All-Star TeamUTAward History
    2004MINORCarolina League All-Star TeamOFAward History

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