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WALLY BUNKER

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1963-1971
Positions
P-206
Born
January 25, 1945  (69.168)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-2 / 197
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Capuchino  (San Bruno,CA)
College:
 
Drafted:
Not drafted 
Full Name
Wallace Edward Bunker 
TBC Player ID
9397
MLB Debut
Control
64
K-Rating
32
Efficiency
61
vsPower
46

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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.  George Stone (92.61)
2.  Atlee Hammaker (87.36)
3.  Johnny Kucks (86.01)
4.  Dave Boswell (85.72)
5.  Bennie Daniels (85.7)
6.  Doug McWeeny (85.02)
7.  Rich Gale (83.68)
8.  Jim Nash (83.63)
9.  Steve McCatty (83.47)
10.  Wayne Garland (83.23)
Age: 18
1.  Jay Dahl (82.64)
2.  Gus Keriazakos (82.43)
3.  Dick Ellsworth (77.15)
4.  Dave Skeels (72.78)
5.  Jay Franklin (72.5)
6.  Ron Moeller (70.83)
7.  Tom Qualters (70.21)
8.  Herm Wehmeier (70.14)
9.  Bud Swartz (69.1)
10.  Chris Haughey (68.75)
Age: 19
1.  Ray Sadecki (80.23)
2.  Gary Nolan (80.01)
3.  Bert Blyleven (78.2)
4.  Dwight Gooden (75.54)
5.  Chuck Stobbs (73.37)
6.  Hal Newhouser (68.18)
7.  Earl Hamilton (67.32)
8.  Catfish Hunter (65.65)
9.  Bill Bailey (65.25)
10.  Art Houtteman (64.63)
Age: 20
1.  Chuck Stobbs (75.7)
2.  Larry Dierker (75.21)
3.  Julio Moreno (75.04)
4.  Ray Sadecki (74.95)
5.  Catfish Hunter (73.95)
6.  Milt Pappas (73.82)
7.  Gary Nolan (69.66)
8.  Bert Blyleven (68.55)
9.  Hal Newhouser (67.14)
10.  Jim Palmer (66.93)
Age: 21
1.  Curt Simmons (83.98)
2.  Ray Sadecki (82.96)
3.  Virgil Cheeves (78.08)
4.  Lee Meadows (77.19)
5.  Felix Hernandez (75.33)
6.  Chuck Stobbs (74.91)
7.  Don Drysdale (74.33)
8.  Pol Perritt (73.99)
9.  Milt Pappas (73.99)
10.  Catfish Hunter (71.77)
Age: 22
1.  Curt Simmons (82.8)
2.  Dennis Eckersley (82.12)
3.  Virgil Cheeves (78.46)
4.  Chuck Stobbs (76.85)
5.  Pedro Ramos (76.85)
6.  Ken Holtzman (76.35)
7.  Dick Ellsworth (76.29)
8.  C.C. Sabathia (75.22)
9.  Bob Friend (75.14)
10.  Gary Nolan (75.1)
Age: 23
1.  Larry Christenson (90.59)
2.  Storm Davis (85.14)
3.  Sandy Koufax (84.62)
4.  Tony Cloninger (82.37)
5.  Dave McNally (81.43)
6.  Mike Witt (81.37)
7.  Wade Blasingame (80.63)
8.  Ross Grimsley (78.87)
9.  Don Robinson (78.73)
10.  Dave Rozema (78.73)
Age: 24
1.  Mike Witt (88.3)
2.  Storm Davis (85.4)
3.  Larry Christenson (84.15)
4.  Gary Bell (83.64)
5.  Tony Cloninger (83.16)
6.  Ross Grimsley (82.48)
7.  Sandy Koufax (81.84)
8.  Herm Wehmeier (80.9)
9.  Dave Boswell (80.72)
10.  Dennis Martinez (80.25)
Age: 25
1.  Sandy Koufax (90.27)
2.  Jim Merritt (86.86)
3.  Larry Christenson (86.19)
4.  Tom Underwood (85.34)
5.  Dave Boswell (84.95)
6.  Claude Osteen (84.1)
7.  Gary Bell (84.08)
8.  Jack Fisher (84.06)
9.  Dennis Martinez (83.9)
10.  Jim Kaat (83.84)
Age: 26
1.  George Stone (88.59)
2.  Tom Underwood (87.77)
3.  Juan Pizarro (86.23)
4.  Johnny Kucks (86.01)
5.  Steve Trout (85.98)
6.  Moose Haas (85.83)
7.  Dave Boswell (85.72)
8.  Don Cardwell (85.57)
9.  Dennis Martinez (85.37)
10.  Larry Christenson (85.2)


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