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SCOTT LIVINGSTONE

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1985-2001
Positions
3B-682, 1B-121, DH-43, SS-8, 2B-5, OF-2, RF-1
Born
July 15, 1965  (49.014)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-0 / 190
Bats/Throws
Left / Right
High School
Lake Highlands  (Dallas,TX)
College:
Drafted:
Detroit Tigers:  1988-2-56 (June-Reg) 
Signed by
Full Name
Scott Louis Livingstone 
TBC Player ID
14404
MLB Debut
July 19, 1991  (26.004)
Top Prospect:  team  1989 (#8-DET), 1992 (#4-DET)
Speed
26
Contact
77
Patience
28
Batting
71
Power
39

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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.  Enrique Wilson (76.63)
2.  Jim Holt (76.49)
3.  Terry Francona (75.85)
4.  Carlos Martinez (74.43)
5.  Junior Ortiz (73.69)
6.  Scott Bradley (73.52)
7.  Kevin Jordan (72.71)
8.  Phil Linz (72.66)
9.  Moe Berg (72.65)
10.  Andy Allanson (71.74)
Age: 26
1.  Hal Smith (81.14)
2.  Jorge Fabregas (78.15)
3.  Donnie Scott (77.84)
4.  George Vukovich (77.84)
5.  Bill Sarni (76.13)
6.  Tucker Ashford (74.05)
7.  Omar Quintanilla (73.36)
8.  Virgil Stallcup (72.78)
9.  Jim Holt (72.43)
10.  Tyler Houston (72.35)
Age: 27
1.  Hal Smith (78.75)
2.  Jeff Branson (77.03)
3.  Wayne Ambler (75.2)
4.  Les Mallon (74.14)
5.  Roy Leslie (74.07)
6.  Ted Cox (73.72)
7.  Neal Finn (73.64)
8.  Tyler Houston (73.36)
9.  Frank Croucher (73.36)
10.  Tim Corcoran (73.3)
Age: 28
1.  Steve Nicosia (76.75)
2.  Tyler Houston (76.26)
3.  Bob Zupcic (75.99)
4.  Danny Valencia (75.62)
5.  Cam Carreon (75.07)
6.  Blondy Ryan (74.62)
7.  Gary Woods (74.07)
8.  Tommie Aaron (72.79)
9.  Frank Croucher (72.37)
10.  Pep Young (72.3)
Age: 29
1.  Jim Holt (76.48)
2.  Tyler Houston (76.34)
3.  Luis Lopez (75.68)
4.  Enrique Wilson (75.65)
5.  Mark DeRosa (75.47)
6.  Ken Aspromonte (74.98)
7.  Jorge Fabregas (74.17)
8.  Danny Valencia (73.93)
9.  Bucky Walters (73.57)
10.  Brent Mayne (73.3)
Age: 30
1.  Jim Holt (79.32)
2.  Enrique Wilson (77.1)
3.  Jorge Fabregas (75.27)
4.  Scott Bradley (74.93)
5.  Carlos Martinez (74.88)
6.  Kevin Jordan (74.14)
7.  Danny Valencia (74.03)
8.  Alvaro Espinoza (73.83)
9.  Bucky Walters (73.66)
10.  Ron Hassey (73.29)
Age: 31
1.  Enrique Wilson (77.82)
2.  Alex Arias (76.41)
3.  Bucky Walters (76.15)
4.  Bubba Phillips (75.9)
5.  Kevin Jordan (75.48)
6.  Carlos Martinez (75.36)
7.  Jim Holt (75.14)
8.  Doug Strange (74.56)
9.  Herbert Perry (74.42)
10.  Jorge Fabregas (73.59)
Age: 32
1.  Alex Arias (76.65)
2.  Enrique Wilson (76.63)
3.  Bubba Phillips (76.5)
4.  Jim Holt (76.49)
5.  Terry Francona (75.85)
6.  Bucky Walters (75.54)
7.  Junior Ortiz (75.04)
8.  Carlos Martinez (74.43)
9.  Doug Strange (74.12)
10.  Luis Lopez (73.62)
Age: 33
1.  Enrique Wilson (76.63)
2.  Jim Holt (76.49)
3.  Junior Ortiz (75.88)
4.  Terry Francona (75.85)
5.  Carlos Martinez (74.43)
6.  Scott Bradley (73.52)
7.  Bucky Walters (73.04)
8.  Glenn Adams (73.03)
9.  Ross Gload (72.98)
10.  Kevin Jordan (72.71)


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