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BOB DULIBA

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1959-1967
Positions
P-176
Born
January 9, 1935  (79.253)
Place
Ht/Wt
5-10 / 185
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Newport  (Newport,PA)
College:
 
Drafted:
Not drafted 
Full Name
Robert John Duliba 
TBC Player ID
10952
MLB Debut
August 11, 1959  (24.214)
Control
65
K-Rating
17
Efficiency
42
vsPower
66

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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.  Pat Perry (88.72)
2.  Manny Acosta (87.34)
3.  Bill Wilson (87)
4.  Ray Searage (86.84)
5.  Kevin Hickey (86.48)
6.  Ron Willis (86.33)
7.  Blas Minor (86.06)
8.  Frank Funk (85.89)
9.  Randy St. Claire (85.67)
10.  Mark Dewey (85.42)
Age: 24
1.  Don Carman (90.44)
2.  Frank Biscan (90.21)
3.  Mickey Scott (86.58)
4.  Rudy Arroyo (84.39)
5.  Ray Lamb (83.95)
6.  Carl Mathias (82.59)
7.  Mike Strahler (82.51)
8.  Paul Schreiber (81.6)
9.  Gary Majewski (81.1)
10.  Derrin Ebert (80.98)
Age: 25
1.  Fred Scherman (88.7)
2.  Stan Wall (86.54)
3.  Joel McKeon (86.4)
4.  Mike Davison (85.48)
5.  Ray Lamb (84.32)
6.  Claude Raymond (84.26)
7.  Frank Eufemia (83.78)
8.  Ed Sukla (83.59)
9.  Steve Peters (82.57)
10.  Sean Runyan (81.98)
Age: 26
1.  Joel McKeon (86.4)
2.  Mike Adams (86.03)
3.  Mike Davison (85.48)
4.  Gary Wayne (84.21)
5.  Mark Kiefer (84.03)
6.  Frank Eufemia (83.78)
7.  Ed Sukla (83.59)
8.  Jason Kershner (82.72)
9.  Steve Peters (82.57)
10.  Sean Runyan (82.41)
Age: 27
1.  Wes Littleton (88.41)
2.  Floyd Chiffer (87.89)
3.  Mark Lee (87.29)
4.  Red Lynn (86.31)
5.  Blas Minor (86.05)
6.  Brandon Villafuerte (86.02)
7.  Jose Veras (85.88)
8.  Tim Crews (85.82)
9.  Tim Layana (85.78)
10.  Manny Acosta (85.1)
Age: 28
1.  John Costello (90.91)
2.  Jeff Calhoun (87.68)
3.  Leo Estrella (86.72)
4.  Red Lynn (86.12)
5.  Wes Littleton (85.19)
6.  Mark Lee (85.15)
7.  Karl Best (84.34)
8.  Manny Acosta (84.1)
9.  Fred Gladding (83.75)
10.  Nate Field (82.92)
Age: 29
1.  Mike James (90.67)
2.  Jason Motte (88.9)
3.  Dave Campbell (88.85)
4.  Bill Wilson (88.32)
5.  Fred Gladding (87.35)
6.  Blas Minor (86.38)
7.  Jose Cabrera (86.16)
8.  Joel Zumaya (86.14)
9.  Scott Ruskin (85.17)
10.  Al Osuna (85.01)
Age: 30
1.  Pat Perry (88.85)
2.  Ron Willis (88.36)
3.  Jim Mecir (88.19)
4.  Warren Brusstar (87.63)
5.  Jensen Lewis (87.45)
6.  Fred Gladding (87.14)
7.  Dave Veres (87.1)
8.  Al Osuna (86.94)
9.  Don McMahon (86.74)
10.  Frank Funk (86.52)
Age: 31
1.  Dyar Miller (89.4)
2.  Rudy Seanez (88.64)
3.  Ron Willis (88.36)
4.  Pat Perry (87.5)
5.  Jensen Lewis (87.45)
6.  Rafael Betancourt (87.16)
7.  Al Osuna (86.94)
8.  Bert Roberge (86.59)
9.  Frank Funk (86.52)
10.  Mark Dewey (86.3)
Age: 32
1.  Mike James (92.52)
2.  Rudy Seanez (89.05)
3.  Pat Perry (88.72)
4.  Manny Acosta (87.34)
5.  Bill Wilson (87)
6.  Rafael Betancourt (86.86)
7.  Ron Willis (86.33)
8.  Matt Karchner (86.13)
9.  Blas Minor (86.06)
10.  Frank Funk (85.89)


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