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Steve Bowden

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Positions: P-91
Proper Name: Stephen R. Bowden
Height/Weight: 6-4 / 190 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
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College: San Jacinto College
Drafted: 1985 -- 1st round (18th overall) by Seattle Mariners (Jan-Sec)
TBC Player ID:72726
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Organizations:PHI, BAL
Signings as Scout:7
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  • Players signed while a Scout
    PlayerPosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraft Info
    Danny ArdoinCMLB6-0205R-ROAK: 1995-5-120
    Mario RamosPMLB5-11180L-LOAK: 1999-6-183
    Adam PiattLF-RFMLB6-2195R-ROAK: 1997-8-245
    Eric DuBosePMLB6-3231L-LOAK: 1997-1-21
    Justin CrowderPAA6-0190L-LOAK: 2002-11-338
    Marc GwynPMLB6-3210R-ROAK: 2000-7-210
    Brad SullivanPA+6-1190R-ROAK: 2003-1-25
    Jobs in Baseball for Steve Bowden
    1995Oakland AthleticsMLBScout6777.4654 
    1996Oakland AthleticsMLBScout7884.4813 
    1997Oakland AthleticsMLBScout6597.4014 
    1998Oakland AthleticsMLBScout7488.4574 
    1999Oakland AthleticsMLBScout8775.5372 
    2000Oakland AthleticsMLBScout9170.5651Lost in 1st Round (Yankees)
    2001Oakland AthleticsMLBScout10260.6302Lost in 1st Round (Yankees)
    2002Oakland AthleticsMLBScout10359.6361Lost in 1st Round (Twins)
    2003Oakland AthleticsMLBScout9666.5931Lost in 1st Round (Red Sox)

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