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Sherman Corbett

+ Played in Major Leagues 1988-1990
Biography Data
Positions: P-350
Proper Name: Sherman Stanley Corbett
Born: November 3, 1962 (52.200)
Place New Braunfels, Texas
Height/Weight: 6-4 / 205 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: Samuel Clemens (Schertz,TX)
College: Texas A&M University
Drafted: 1984 -- 3rd round (60th overall) by California Angels (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:May 29,1988 (25.207)
TBC Player ID:10186
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Career Activity
Organizations:CAL, DET, CHN
Scouting Scores
control k-rating efficiency vsPower
54 58 65 56

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    2003University of Texas-San AntonioNCAAHead Coach1215.4447 
    2004University of Texas-San AntonioNCAAHead Coach1214.4626 
    2005University of Texas-San AntonioNCAAHead Coach1413.5195Conf. Champions, CWS Regionals
    2006University of Texas-San AntonioNCAAHead Coach2010.6672 
    2007University of Texas-San AntonioNCAAHead Coach246.8001 
    2008University of Texas-San AntonioNCAAHead Coach228.7331 
    2009University of Texas-San AntonioNCAAHead Coach2012.6253 
    2010University of Texas-San AntonioNCAAHead Coach1320.3949 
    2011University of Texas-San AntonioNCAAHead Coach1617.4856 
    2012University of Texas-San AntonioNCAAHead Coach1121.34412 

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