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Sam Hughes

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Biography Data
Positions: SCOUT
Proper Name: Sam Hughes
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Height/Weight: / Bats/Throws: -
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Drafted: Not drafted
TBC Player ID:154397
Career Activity
Signings as Scout:7
Relationship(s):Son of Gary Hughes



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  • Players signed while a Scout
    PlayerPosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraft Info
    Keto AndersonOFA5-11180L-RCHN: 1999-13-410
    Chris WalkerOFAAA5-8190B-RCHN: 2002-6-183
    Dan WigginsPA6-3225R-RNot drafted
    Eric PattersonOFMLB5-11173L-RCHN: 2004-8-246
    Tony RichieCAAA6-1215R-RCHN: 2003-4-103
    Condor CashOFA-6-2200R-RCHN: 1999-12-380
    Derrick CohensOFA-6-0205R-RCHN: 1999-17-530
    Jobs in Baseball for Sam Hughes
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1999Chicago CubsMLBScout6795.4146  
    2000Chicago CubsMLBScout6597.4016  
    2001Chicago CubsMLBScout8874.5433  
    2002Chicago CubsMLBScout6795.4145  
    2003Chicago CubsMLBScout8874.5431Lost NLCS (Marlins)
    2004Chicago CubsMLBScout8973.5493  
    2005Chicago CubsMLBScout7983.4884  
    2006Chicago CubsMLBScout6696.4076  
    2007Chicago CubsMLBScout8577.5251Lost in NLDS (Arizona)
    2008Chicago CubsMLBScout9764.6021Lost in NLDS (Los Angeles)
    2009Chicago CubsMLBScout8378.5162  
    2010Chicago CubsMLBNational Crosschecker7587.4635  
    2011Chicago CubsMLBNational Crosschecker7191.4385  
    2012Chicago CubsMLBNational Crosschecker61101.3775  


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