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TOM GRIEVE

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1967-1979
Positions
OF-471, DH-198, 1B-10
Born
March 4, 1948  (66.130)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-2 / 190
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Pittsfield  (Pittsfield,MA)
College:
 
Drafted:
Washington Senators II:  1966-1-6 (June-Reg) 
Full Name
Thomas Alan Grieve 
TBC Player ID
12162
MLB Debut
July 5, 1970  (22.123)
Father of Ben Grieve

Speed
27
Contact
10
Patience
38
Batting
41
Power
83

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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.  Matt Mieske (90.07)
2.  Pedro Munoz (85.8)
3.  Laynce Nix (85.74)
4.  Andy Kosco (85.46)
5.  Dick Brown (85.33)
6.  Pat Putnam (85.09)
7.  Barry Foote (84.82)
8.  Frank House (84.79)
9.  Tyler Houston (84.11)
10.  Brian Hunter (83.86)
Age: 22
1.  Jay Canizaro (88.86)
2.  Danny Murphy (88.09)
3.  Todd Hundley (85.82)
4.  Nig Clarke (79.85)
5.  Andre Rodgers (79.15)
6.  Earl Battey (78.42)
7.  Luis Pujols (76.97)
8.  Danny Klassen (76.44)
9.  Wally Post (76.28)
10.  John Mizerock (75.43)
Age: 23
1.  Jay Canizaro (88.86)
2.  Danny Murphy (88.09)
3.  Vic Janowicz (79.65)
4.  Tony Clark (79.13)
5.  Andy Seminick (78.06)
6.  Dave Schneck (77.57)
7.  Danny Klassen (77.05)
8.  Bobby Brooks (77.03)
9.  Josh Reddick (75.93)
10.  John Russell (75.62)
Age: 24
1.  Gary Allenson (78.56)
2.  Mike Miley (78.26)
3.  Gene Larkin (77.22)
4.  Steve Yeager (76.98)
5.  Bobo Osborne (76.9)
6.  Reggie Abercrombie (75.07)
7.  Scott Coolbaugh (74.98)
8.  Hal McRae (74.53)
9.  Don Wert (74.36)
10.  Mat Gamel (73.72)
Age: 25
1.  Marv Throneberry (83.17)
2.  Phil Roof (82.78)
3.  Duffy Dyer (81.1)
4.  Kent Hadley (80.85)
5.  John Bowker (80.44)
6.  Raul Casanova (80.2)
7.  Joel Skinner (80)
8.  Owen Friend (79.32)
9.  Luis Gonzalez (79.03)
10.  Crash Davis (79.01)
Age: 26
1.  Dan Briggs (86.9)
2.  Duffy Dyer (85.99)
3.  Pancho Herrera (85.8)
4.  Phil Nevin (83.78)
5.  Brandon Moss (83.73)
6.  Steve Whitaker (83.73)
7.  John Bowker (82.68)
8.  Marv Throneberry (81.8)
9.  Travis Ishikawa (81.04)
10.  Brandon Crawford (79.69)
Age: 27
1.  Dick Brown (84.54)
2.  Andy Kosco (83.47)
3.  Don Zimmer (83.38)
4.  Chris Shelton (82.82)
5.  Jack Dittmer (82.6)
6.  Jerry Moses (81.39)
7.  Bill Serena (81.17)
8.  J.P. Arencibia (80.74)
9.  Jeff King (80.32)
10.  Mark Salas (80.31)
Age: 28
1.  Jim Hickman (88.18)
2.  Wes Covington (86.12)
3.  Dick Kryhoski (84.52)
4.  Frank House (84.52)
5.  Gordy Coleman (83.96)
6.  Eddie Robinson (83.28)
7.  Nick Hundley (82.82)
8.  Bob Oliver (82.63)
9.  Charley Smith (82.43)
10.  Woodie Held (82.17)
Age: 29
1.  Pat Putnam (88.88)
2.  Jim Hickman (87.87)
3.  Pedro Munoz (86.75)
4.  Gordy Coleman (86.67)
5.  Mike Lamb (86.5)
6.  Wes Covington (85.45)
7.  Frank House (84.91)
8.  George Mitterwald (83.5)
9.  Barry Foote (83.17)
10.  Robert Fick (82.39)
Age: 30
1.  Jim Hickman (86.71)
2.  Pedro Munoz (86.36)
3.  Dick Brown (85.92)
4.  Laynce Nix (85.55)
5.  Frank House (85.32)
6.  Pat Putnam (84.4)
7.  Barry Foote (84.22)
8.  Keith Moreland (83.62)
9.  Robert Fick (83.15)
10.  Dick Kryhoski (81.47)
Age: 31
1.  Pedro Munoz (85.8)
2.  Laynce Nix (85.74)
3.  Matt Mieske (85.36)
4.  Dick Brown (85.33)
5.  Pat Putnam (85.09)
6.  Barry Foote (84.82)
7.  Frank House (84.79)
8.  Shane Spencer (84.35)
9.  Andy Kosco (84.32)
10.  Clyde Vollmer (83.53)


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