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BRIAN FISHER

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1980-1993
Positions
P-468
Born
March 18, 1962  (52.036)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-4 / 210
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
William C. Hinkley  (Aurora,CO)
College:
 
Drafted:
Atlanta Braves:  1980-2-29 (June-Reg)
Full Name
Brian Kevin Fisher 
TBC Player ID
11396
MLB Debut
May 7, 1985  (23.050)
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Top Prospect:  team  1983 (#2-ATL), 1984 (#6-ATL)

Control
43
K-Rating
61
Efficiency
42
vsPower
45

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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.  Jack Hamilton (86.98)
2.  Steve Ontiveros (86.82)
3.  Brandon Morrow (85.94)
4.  Jim Bullinger (84.36)
5.  Ray Corbin (84.25)
6.  Bobby Castillo (84.01)
7.  Jack Lamabe (83.97)
8.  Paul Moskau (82.97)
9.  Bucky Brandon (81.55)
10.  Morrie Martin (81.49)
Age: 23
1.  Bruce Sutter (86.5)
2.  Stan Belinda (85.24)
3.  Kelvin Herrera (84.81)
4.  Ron Willis (84.62)
5.  Doug Bird (83.3)
6.  Franklyn German (82.36)
7.  John Franco (79.54)
8.  Jimmy Key (78.94)
9.  Tom Walker (78.54)
10.  Gene Pentz (78.43)
Age: 24
1.  Dave LaRoche (90.99)
2.  Will McEnaney (89.01)
3.  Steve Foucault (87.5)
4.  Jonathan Broxton (85.24)
5.  Ryan Wagner (85.17)
6.  Ed Roebuck (85.12)
7.  Luis DeLeon (84.56)
8.  Chuck McElroy (84.37)
9.  Johnny Ruffin (84.14)
10.  Randy Moffitt (83.55)
Age: 25
1.  Bobby Bolin (85.48)
2.  Byron McLaughlin (78.2)
3.  Tex Clevenger (78.05)
4.  Ron Robinson (76.64)
5.  Emerson Dickman (76.25)
6.  Al McBean (76.24)
7.  Rick Sutcliffe (74.71)
8.  Tug McGraw (74.48)
9.  Gaylord Perry (73.99)
10.  Danny Darwin (73.19)
Age: 26
1.  Bobby Bolin (84.82)
2.  Eric King (84.58)
3.  Tex Clevenger (81.95)
4.  Scott Bailes (81.31)
5.  George Culver (80.79)
6.  Francisco Cordova (80.4)
7.  Willie Fraser (80.18)
8.  Larry Jackson (79.94)
9.  Erv Palica (79.61)
10.  Denny Neagle (79.04)
Age: 27
1.  Scott Bailes (81.93)
2.  George Culver (81.46)
3.  Tex Clevenger (81.44)
4.  Gerry Arrigo (80.5)
5.  John Henry Johnson (80.5)
6.  Eddie Fisher (80.49)
7.  Paul Moskau (80.34)
8.  Ike Delock (80.27)
9.  Milt Wilcox (80.24)
10.  Ray Corbin (79.78)
Age: 28
1.  Jack Hamilton (85.24)
2.  Bobby Castillo (85.13)
3.  Dave Stewart (84.15)
4.  Calvin Schiraldi (82)
5.  Dave Sisler (81.85)
6.  Arthur Rhodes (81.57)
7.  Paul Moskau (81.34)
8.  John Doherty (80.57)
9.  Steve Comer (80.51)
10.  Don Carman (80.47)
Age: 29
1.  Jack Hamilton (85.67)
2.  Jack Lamabe (84.22)
3.  Bobby Castillo (83.87)
4.  Jim Brosnan (83.32)
5.  John Henry Johnson (82.49)
6.  Calvin Schiraldi (82.14)
7.  John Doherty (80.39)
8.  Steve Comer (80.25)
9.  Ray Corbin (80.04)
10.  Al Worthington (79.83)
Age: 30
1.  Jack Lamabe (87.09)
2.  Jack Hamilton (86.98)
3.  Brandon Morrow (85.94)
4.  Jim Brosnan (84.94)
5.  Ray Corbin (84.25)
6.  Bobby Castillo (84.01)
7.  Tom Sturdivant (83.59)
8.  Al Worthington (82.99)
9.  Paul Moskau (82.97)
10.  Willie Fraser (82.67)


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