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HECTOR SANCHEZ   +

MLB  San Francisco Giants   40-man Roster
Positions
C-290, DH-2, 1B-1
Born
November 17, 1989  (24.284)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-0 / 185
Bats/Throws
Both / Right
High School
Unknown
College:
 
Drafted:
Signed as UDFA 2009 by SF 
Signed by
Full Name
Hector E. Sanchez 
TBC Player ID
152797
MLB Debut
July 15, 2011  (21.240)
Year


vs LH/RH:


Pitch Type
126 72
132 90
25 24 18
28 39 25
26 30 29
.500
.400
.300
.240
.000
Top Prospect:  team  2012 (#10-SF)
Speed
10
Contact
58
Patience
37
Batting
73
Power
55

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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.  Nick Stavinoha (77.17)
2.  Tom Marsh (76.74)
3.  Randy Johnson (74.65)
4.  Paul Burris (74.12)
5.  Jerry Sands (73.99)
6.  Paul Phillips (73.83)
7.  Ron Lolich (73.7)
8.  Hank Helf (72.97)
9.  Vince Castino (72.84)
10.  Edwards Guzman (71.68)
Age: 22
1.  Sandy Martinez (78.58)
2.  Tucker Ashford (73.48)
3.  Buddy Gremp (70.51)
4.  Vernon Wells (70.38)
5.  Lonnie Chisenhall (70.03)
6.  Billy Jo Robidoux (69.97)
7.  Andy Marte (69.41)
8.  Donnie Scott (68.79)
9.  Jesus Flores (68.43)
10.  Tony Curry (67.44)
Age: 23
1.  Jeff Hamilton (77.89)
2.  Randy Johnson (74.65)
3.  Nick Evans (74.33)
4.  Rusty Torres (73.49)
5.  Dan Briggs (72.74)
6.  Joe Oliver (72.63)
7.  Amado Samuel (72.12)
8.  Buddy Gremp (70.51)
9.  Jerry Sands (69.18)
10.  Billy Jo Robidoux (69.11)


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