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TIM BELCHER

MLB  Special Assistant - Cleveland Indians (2014)
Positions
P-509
Born
October 19, 1961  (52.280)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-3 / 225
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Highland  (Sparta,OH)
College:
Drafted:
New York Yankees:  1984-1-1 (Jan-Sec) 
Full Name
Timothy Wayne Belcher 
TBC Player ID
8673
MLB Debut
Top Prospect:  team  1985 (#2-OAK), 1986 (#7-OAK), 1987 (#5-OAK), 1988 (#3-LAD)
Control
51
K-Rating
50
Efficiency
53
vsPower
48

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OFF THE FIELD
Salary data is available for Major Leaguers since 1985. Players not on opening day roster, for the most part, are assumed to have earned the minimum salary for that year. Team payrolls are based on opening day rosters and the player's listed team is the first team he played for during a given season. Career earnings are estimates and based only on available data.
YearTeamSalaryRankTeam PayrollPct of Tm Payroll 
1987Los Angeles Dodgers$60,000$ 0  
1988Los Angeles Dodgers$78,000$ 15,462,5150.5% 
1989Los Angeles Dodgers$225,000$ 21,584,1611.0% 
1990Los Angeles Dodgers$450,000$ 21,618,7042.1% 
1991Los Angeles Dodgers$900,000$ 33,216,6642.7% 
1992Cincinnati Reds$2,100,000$ 35,203,9996.0% 
1993Cincinnati Reds$3,825,00044$ 42,851,1678.9% 
1994Detroit Tigers$3,400,00081$ 40,042,5018.5% 
1995Seattle Mariners$580,000$ 34,241,5331.7% 
1996Kansas City Royals$1,400,000$ 18,480,7507.6% 
1997Kansas City Royals$2,300,000$ 31,225,0007.4% 
1998Kansas City Royals$2,300,000$ 32,912,5007.0% 
1999Anaheim Angels$4,650,000$ 49,893,1669.3% 
2000Anaheim Angels$4,600,000$ 55,766,6678.2% 
Career Earnings:$ 26,868,000 



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