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DANNY VALENCIA

MLB  Kansas City Royals
Positions
3B-797, DH-47, 1B-28, OF-5, LF-4, SS-1, RF-1
Born
September 19, 1984  (29.211)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-2 / 200
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Spanish River  (Boca Raton,FL)
College:
Drafted:
Minnesota Twins:  2006-19-576 (June-Reg)
Full Name
Daniel Valencia 
TBC Player ID
58608
MLB Debut
June 3, 2010  (25.257)
Signed by
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Top Prospect:  team  2009 (#5-MIN), 2010 (#6-MIN)

Speed
35
Contact
61
Patience
36
Batting
76
Power
67

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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.  Nelson Santovenia (80.93)
2.  Ken Harvey (79.6)
3.  Luis Gonzalez (77.65)
4.  Matt LaPorta (76.56)
5.  Travis Ishikawa (76.37)
6.  Jesus Flores (76.35)
7.  Jonathan Lucroy (75.04)
8.  Felix Torres (74.97)
9.  Kevin Orie (74.28)
10.  Mike Moustakas (74.25)
Age: 26
1.  Bob Melvin (83.47)
2.  Ken Caminiti (80.65)
3.  Luis Gonzalez (78.86)
4.  Todd Cruz (78.8)
5.  Terry Steinbach (78.42)
6.  Don Padgett (78.31)
7.  Mike Moustakas (77.25)
8.  Ryan Doumit (77.15)
9.  John Lowenstein (76.8)
10.  Rich Aurilia (76.68)
Age: 27
1.  Bob Melvin (89.88)
2.  Ken Harvey (79.6)
3.  Luis Gonzalez (77.65)
4.  Jack Dittmer (77.09)
5.  Matt LaPorta (76.56)
6.  Mike MacFarlane (76.4)
7.  Jesus Flores (76.35)
8.  Doug Mientkiewicz (76.05)
9.  Rich Reese (75.76)
10.  Scott Livingstone (75.21)
Age: 28
1.  Tyler Houston (81.4)
2.  Scott Livingstone (80.2)
3.  Ken Harvey (79.6)
4.  Keith Moreland (79.6)
5.  Luis Gonzalez (77.65)
6.  Matt LaPorta (76.56)
7.  Travis Ishikawa (76.37)
8.  Jesus Flores (76.35)
9.  Jonathan Lucroy (75.04)
10.  Jerald Clark (75)


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