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JEFF LARISH   +

MLB  Free Agent
Positions
1B-563, 3B-107, LF-29, DH-28, RF-16, SS-1, P-1, OF-1, CF-1, 2B-1
Born
October 11, 1982  (31.191)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-2 / 195
Bats/Throws
Left / Right
High School
McClintock  (Tempe,AZ)
College:
Drafted:
Detroit Tigers:  2005-5-150 (June-Reg)  bonus: $220,000
Full Name
Jeffrey David Larish 
TBC Player ID
31150
MLB Debut
May 30, 2008  (25.231)
Signed by
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Top Prospect:  team  2006 (#9-DET), 2007 (#9-DET), 2008 (#6-DET), 2009 (#5-DET)

Speed
30
Contact
34
Patience
91
Batting
53
Power
80
Health
90

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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.  Denny Gonzalez (86.37)
2.  Ben Johnson (83.88)
3.  Jed Hansen (79.49)
4.  Kevin Barker (78.89)
5.  Paul Easterling (77.88)
6.  Rene Lachemann (77.1)
7.  Matt Luke (77.02)
8.  Kirk Nieuwenhuis (76.86)
9.  Tyler Flowers (76.76)
10.  Kelvin Moore (76.67)
Age: 26
1.  John Rabb (88.74)
2.  Merv Connors (87.94)
3.  Bernie Williams (84.28)
4.  Michael Ryan (82.43)
5.  Marvin Lane (81.6)
6.  Lou Limmer (81.27)
7.  Danny Garcia (81.1)
8.  Jack Fimple (80.17)
9.  Danny Klassen (79.91)
10.  Royle Stillman (79.62)
Age: 27
1.  Denny Gonzalez (86.37)
2.  Matt Luke (84.7)
3.  Ben Johnson (83.88)
4.  Brian Lesher (81.54)
5.  Pete Scott (81.2)
6.  Todd Pratt (80.88)
7.  Brett Hayes (79.88)
8.  Justin Maxwell (79.69)
9.  Jed Hansen (79.49)
10.  Kevin Barker (78.85)
Age: 28
1.  Denny Gonzalez (86.37)
2.  Ben Johnson (83.88)
3.  Todd Pratt (82.44)
4.  Brian Lesher (81.54)
5.  Jed Hansen (79.49)
6.  Billy McMillon (79.07)
7.  Kevin Barker (78.85)
8.  Terrell Lowery (77.12)
9.  Rene Lachemann (77.1)
10.  Matt Luke (77.02)


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