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Tom House

+ Played in Major Leagues 1971-1978


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Biography Data
Positions: P-297
Proper Name: Thomas Ross House
Born: April 29, 1947 (69.221)
Place Seattle, Washington
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 190 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: Nogales (La Puente,CA)
College: USC
Drafted: 1967 -- 3rd round (48th overall) by Atlanta Braves (June-Sec)
MLB Debut:June 23,1971 (24.055)
TBC Player ID:13012
Career Activity
Organizations:ATL, BOS, SEA, SDN


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  • Pre-2012 Transactions
    Tranx DateDescription
    Released by Mariners.
    Purchased by Mariners from Red Sox.
    Traded by Braves to Red Sox for Roger Moret.
    Draft Instances
    Drafted: Selected by Atlanta Braves in 3rd round (48th overall) of 1967 Amateur Draft (June-Sec Phase)
    *Did not sign* ... Selected by Chicago Cubs in 11th round (201st overall) of 1965 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)

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