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Brad Ausmus  

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Proper Name:
Bradley David Ausmus
nickname:
Aus
High Level:
MLB (1993-2010)
Positions:
C (2428) ... 1B (11) ... 2B (6) ... 3B (5) ... OF (3) ... SS (1)
Height:
5-11
Weight:
195
Bats:
Right
Throws:
Right
Born:
age:
53.297
place:
Drafted:
New York Yankees  -  1987  -  48 - 1152 (June-Reg)more
draft posit:
C
MLB Debut:
TBC#:
1277
MLBAM ID:
Retrosheet:
Speed
60
Power
30
Contact
66
XBH
28
RBIs
39
Runs
37
Hitting
55
Durability
68
Team
.500
Player Notes:  
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year team name age salary tm rank lgrk avg salary lg minimum
1993 San Diego Padres 24 109,000 0 0 1,076,089 109,000
1994 San Diego Padres 25 133,500 21 652 1,168,263 109,000
1995 San Diego Padres 26 197,000 17 516 1,110,766 109,000
1996 San Diego Padres 27 350,000 16 388 1,119,981 122,667
1997 Houston Astros 28 1,075,000 9 275 1,336,609 150,000
1998 Houston Astros 29 1,600,000 7 244 1,398,831 170,000
1999 Detroit Tigers 30 2,200,000 7 226 1,611,166 200,000
2000 Detroit Tigers 31 4,000,000 7 147 1,895,630 200,000
2001 Houston Astros 32 4,250,000 7 159 2,138,896 200,000
2002 Houston Astros 33 5,000,000 7 135 2,295,649 200,000
2003 Houston Astros 34 5,500,000 6 124 2,372,189 300,000
2004 Houston Astros 35 1,000,000 12 346 2,313,535 300,000
2005 Houston Astros 36 3,000,000 6 227 2,476,589 316,000
2006 Houston Astros 37 3,857,068 7 199 2,699,292 327,000
2007 Houston Astros 38 4,000,000 9 207 2,824,751 380,000
2008 Houston Astros 39 2,000,000 10 316 2,925,679 390,000
2009 Los Angeles Dodgers 40 1,000,000 15 422 2,996,106 400,000
2010 Los Angeles Dodgers 41 850,000 16 457 3,014,572 400,000
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