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CHAN PERRY

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1993-2003
Positions
1B-512, OF-174, 3B-7, RF-6, DH-4, LF-1
Born
September 13, 1972  (41.218)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-2 / 200
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Lafayette  (Mayo,FL)
College:
Drafted:
Cleveland Indians:  1994-44-1212 (June-Reg)
Full Name
Chan Everett Perry 
TBC Player ID
6593
MLB Debut
August 5, 2000  (27.326)
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Brother of Herbert Perry

Speed
34
Contact
80
Patience
36
Batting
78
Power
62

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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.  Charlie Chant (85.96)
2.  Shawn Jeter (85.63)
3.  P.J. Forbes (84.83)
4.  Fernando Ramsey (84.72)
5.  Dorian Boyland (82.72)
6.  Tony DeFate (82.65)
7.  Marshall Brant (82.59)
8.  Tito Navarro (82.06)
9.  Mariekson Gregorius (81.2)
10.  Joe Holden (81.15)
Age: 28
1.  Zach Lutz (94.37)
2.  Buddy Pritchard (90.14)
3.  Che-Hsuan Lin (87.91)
4.  Bill Marshall (87.58)
5.  Tito Navarro (87.57)
6.  Ron Witmeyer (87.41)
7.  A.J. Ellis (87.1)
8.  Ed McDonough (86.47)
9.  Jason Alfaro (86.03)
10.  Marc Ronan (85.99)
Age: 29
1.  Charlie Chant (85.96)
2.  Shawn Jeter (85.63)
3.  Fernando Ramsey (84.72)
4.  Steve Springer (83.63)
5.  Dorian Boyland (82.72)
6.  Tony DeFate (82.65)
7.  Marshall Brant (82.59)
8.  Tito Navarro (82.06)
9.  Mariekson Gregorius (81.2)
10.  Joe Holden (81.15)
Age: 30
1.  Charlie Chant (85.96)
2.  Shawn Jeter (85.63)
3.  Fernando Ramsey (84.72)
4.  Steve Springer (83.63)
5.  Dorian Boyland (82.72)
6.  Tony DeFate (82.65)
7.  Marshall Brant (82.59)
8.  Tito Navarro (82.06)
9.  Mariekson Gregorius (81.2)
10.  Joe Holden (81.15)


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