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JOSE VIDAL

MLB  Deceased
Positions
OF-53, 1B-1
Born
Place
Died
January 7, 2011   (70.279)
Ht/Wt
6-0 / 190
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Unknown
College:
 
Drafted:
Not drafted
Full Name
Jose Vidal Nicolas 
TBC Player ID
19225
MLB Debut
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OFF THE FIELD
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Career Statistics
1.  Luke Carlin (74.71)
2.  Alexis Gomez (72.54)
3.  Lee King (71.11)
4.  Bo Porter (69.88)
5.  Julio Ramirez (69.35)
6.  Darin Mastroianni (68.73)
7.  Johnny Werhas (68.01)
8.  Wade Rowdon (67.64)
9.  John McHale (67.54)
10.  Jim Hicks (67.33)
Age: 26
1.  Carl Sumner (88)
2.  Reggie Williams (84.68)
3.  Shawn Riggans (83.94)
4.  Johnny Reder (83.52)
5.  Jorge Pedre (83.51)
6.  Chance Sanford (82.17)
7.  Jesse Altenburg (81.3)
8.  Packy Rogers (81.27)
9.  J.J. Furmaniak (80.48)
10.  Bob Skube (79.88)
Age: 27
1.  Eddie McGah (81.77)
2.  Dann Howitt (80.86)
3.  Chick King (79.05)
4.  Jimmy Kremers (78.67)
5.  Mike Sadek (78.33)
6.  Scott Reid (76.9)
7.  Justin Stein (76.58)
8.  Lars Anderson (76.42)
9.  Carl Sumner (76.26)
10.  Kelvin Chapman (76.15)
Age: 28
1.  Braulio Castillo (75.04)
2.  Cord Phelps (72.91)
3.  Barry Shetrone (72.14)
4.  Gordie Windhorn (71.86)
5.  Mike Humphreys (71.55)
6.  Jorge Roque (71.01)
7.  DaRond Stovall (70.83)
8.  Tony Johnson (70.82)
9.  Harry Hanebrink (70.69)
10.  Julio Ramirez (69.87)
Age: 29
1.  Alexis Gomez (72.54)
2.  Luke Carlin (71.39)
3.  Walter Schmidt (71.36)
4.  Lee King (71.11)
5.  Bo Porter (69.88)
6.  Julio Ramirez (69.35)
7.  Darin Mastroianni (68.73)
8.  Johnny Werhas (68.01)
9.  Wade Rowdon (67.64)
10.  John McHale (67.54)


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