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Chris Ward

+ Played in Major Leagues 1972-1974
Positions: OF-22, 1B-6
Proper Name: Chris Gilbert Ward
Born: May 18, 1949 (65.287) in Oakland, California
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 180 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: Arroyo (San Lorenzo,CA)
College: Chabot College
Drafted: 1968 -- 1st round (19th overall) by Chicago White Sox (Jan-Sec)
MLB Debut:September 10,1972 (23.115)
TBC Player ID:19383
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Organizations:CHN, CLE, SDN
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    Draft Instances
    Drafted: Selected by Chicago Cubs in 3rd round (41st overall) of 1968 Amateur Draft (June-Sec Phase)
    *Did not sign* ... Selected by Chicago White Sox in 1st round (19th overall) of 1968 Amateur Draft (Jan-Sec Phase)
    *Did not sign* ... Selected by Chicago White Sox in 3rd round (53rd overall) of 1967 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)

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