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TIM CHRISTMAN

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1994-2005
Positions
P-258
Born
March 31, 1975  (39.116)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-0 / 195
Bats/Throws
Left / Left
High School
Oneonta  (Oneonta,NY)
College:
Drafted:
Colorado Rockies:  1996-11-326 (June-Reg) 
Full Name
Timothy Arthur Christman 
TBC Player ID
4195
MLB Debut
April 21, 2001  (26.021)
Control
49
K-Rating
95
Efficiency
72
vsPower
42

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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.  Roland De La Maza (100)
2.  Bill Webb (95.83)
3.  Spencer Pumpelly (95.83)
4.  Charlie Hartman (91.67)
5.  Doc Ozmer (91.67)
6.  Chuck Nieson (91.67)
7.  Claude Davenport (91.67)
8.  Deunte Heath (91.67)
9.  Zak Shinall (90.83)
10.  Charlie Butler (87.5)
11.  Webb Schultz (87.5)
12.  Connie Walsh (87.5)
13.  Willie Martinez (87.5)
14.  Reeve McKay (87.5)
15.  Rafael Montalvo (87.5)
16.  Vance McIlree (87.5)
17.  Bob Lawrence (87.5)
18.  George Werley (87.5)
19.  Esty Chaney (87.5)
Age: 26
1.  Roland De La Maza (100)
2.  Ryan Karp (91.67)
3.  Claude Davenport (91.67)
4.  Doc Ozmer (91.67)
5.  Chuck Nieson (91.67)
6.  Charlie Hartman (91.67)
7.  Tony Jacobs (91.67)
8.  Deunte Heath (91.67)
9.  Zak Shinall (90.83)
10.  George Werley (87.5)
11.  Webb Schultz (87.5)
12.  Esty Chaney (87.5)
13.  Rafael Montalvo (87.5)
14.  Willie Martinez (87.5)
15.  Connie Walsh (87.5)
16.  Bob Lawrence (87.5)
17.  Vance McIlree (87.5)


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