The TBC Player Tracker sends you an email at 6am (EST) with MLB + MINOR stats from the prior night for your custom list of players. Includes season stats too!
"More stats than you can shake a wooden stick at..."
Home >> Players >> Minors >> SP >> Tookie Spann >> Transactions and Salaries

Tookie Spann

+ Played in Minors: Reached AA

Career Talent RatingsBattingSpeed50Power80Contact29XBH78RBIs64Runs58Hitting52Durability81Team.532Ratings ExplainedBuy
Biography Data
Positions: OF-293, 1B-124, 3B-3
Proper Name: Emmanuel Floyd Spann
Born: February 18, 1967
Place New Orleans, Louisiana
Death December 16, 2015 (48.301)
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 215 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Brother Martin (New Orleans,LA)
College: Tulane University
Drafted: 1988 -- 3rd round (83rd overall) by Detroit Tigers (June-Reg)
TBC Player ID:96228
Correct this Page - Edit data on this page or suggest an improvement
Career Activity
Organizations:DET, SDN, CIN

Please help support The Baseball Cube by sponsoring the Tookie Spann player pages for $10 for a year.
  • TBC has captured daily player movement for all MLB and Minor League players since May of 2012 and these low level player movement details are displayed below. Transactions prior to this date are mostly for Major Leaguers and involve change of teams only.
  • This page is therefore separated into two sections. Before May 2012 and after May 2012.
  • Clicking on date will show roster for that team as it was on that date. Clicking on current team shows current team's roster.
  • TBC has complete draft information since 1965.
  • Pre-2012 Transactions
    Tranx DateDescription
    Draft Instances
    Drafted: Selected by Detroit Tigers in 3rd round (83rd overall) of 1988 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)
    *Did not sign* ... Selected by Seattle Mariners in 10th round (241st overall) of 1987 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)

    About Us  |  Correct this Page  |  Site Map  |  Data Coverage  |  Support TBC | Privacy Policy  |  Contact Us

    Boxscores data is obtained free of charge from

    Please Support The Baseball Cube.