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JUSTIN THOMPSON

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1991-2006
Positions
P-289
Born
March 8, 1973  (41.231)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-4 / 215
Bats/Throws
Left / Left
High School
Klein Oak  (Spring,TX)
College:
 
Drafted:
Detroit Tigers:  1991-1-32 (June-Reg) 
Full Name
Justin Willard Thompson 
TBC Player ID
394
MLB Debut
May 27, 1996  (23.080)
Top Prospect:  mlb  1992 (#84), 1994 (#79)   team  1992 (#2-DET), 1993 (#3-DET), 1994 (#1-DET), 1995 (#8-DET), 1996 (#2-DET)
Control
57
K-Rating
63
Efficiency
56
vsPower
61

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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.  Ryan Drese (86.82)
2.  Jim Parque (85.86)
3.  Bud Norris (84.9)
4.  Dave Fleming (84.59)
5.  Jeff Juden (83.98)
6.  Jae-Wong Seo (83.95)
7.  Tommy Hanson (83.8)
8.  Daisuke Matsuzaka (83.25)
9.  Brandon McCarthy (82.97)
10.  Brian Bannister (82.03)
Age: 23
1.  Clint Zavaras (91.7)
2.  Ben Hendrickson (90.37)
3.  Jeff Juden (89.03)
4.  Ian Kennedy (88.83)
5.  Juan Mateo (88.67)
6.  Ron Necciai (88.54)
7.  Bob Blaylock (88.12)
8.  Terry Mulholland (87.43)
9.  Bill Denehy (86.94)
10.  Buddy Carlyle (86.9)
Age: 24
1.  Rick Aguilera (92.14)
2.  Joe Johnson (86.83)
3.  Horacio Ramirez (85.77)
4.  Vance Worley (85.61)
5.  Aaron Sele (85)
6.  Bob Milacki (84.76)
7.  Blake Beavan (84.71)
8.  Joel Davis (84.58)
9.  Josh Johnson (84.54)
10.  Ubaldo Jimenez (84.3)
Age: 25
1.  Frank Castillo (93.02)
2.  David Clyde (89.75)
3.  Todd Stottlemyre (89.54)
4.  A.J. Burnett (87.68)
5.  Adam Eaton (86.88)
6.  Mike Pelfrey (86.58)
7.  Ubaldo Jimenez (86.57)
8.  Jeff Ballard (86.56)
9.  Ian Snell (85.06)
10.  Fred Talbot (84.6)
Age: 26
1.  Todd Stottlemyre (91.42)
2.  Frank Castillo (87.48)
3.  Adam Eaton (87.47)
4.  Max Scherzer (87.35)
5.  Ian Snell (86.41)
6.  Jim Parque (85.72)
7.  Tony Armas (85.68)
8.  Jamie Moyer (85.54)
9.  James Baldwin (85.42)
10.  Scott Bankhead (85.34)
Age: 27
1.  Tomo Ohka (89.1)
2.  Aaron Sele (88.36)
3.  Brian Moehler (87.67)
4.  A.J. Burnett (85.19)
5.  Jim Parque (85.15)
6.  Bud Norris (85.1)
7.  Josh Fogg (84.84)
8.  Dave Fleming (84.33)
9.  Jose Guzman (84.3)
10.  Jimmy Anderson (84.28)
Age: 28
1.  Nick Blackburn (90.13)
2.  Tomo Ohka (88.14)
3.  Brian Bannister (86.47)
4.  Shawn Boskie (85.88)
5.  Jesse Jefferson (85.16)
6.  Jim Parque (85.15)
7.  Bud Norris (85.1)
8.  Bryan Rekar (84.65)
9.  Dave Fleming (84.33)
10.  Tommy Hanson (84.1)
Age: 29
1.  Mark Redman (93.58)
2.  Ryan Drese (86.5)
3.  Jim Parque (85.15)
4.  Bud Norris (85.1)
5.  Dave Fleming (84.33)
6.  Paul Wilson (84.11)
7.  Tommy Hanson (84.1)
8.  Jae-Wong Seo (84.08)
9.  Tim Redding (83.67)
10.  Jeff Juden (83.57)
Age: 30
1.  Ryan Drese (86.51)
2.  Jim Parque (85.15)
3.  Bud Norris (85.1)
4.  Jeremy Guthrie (84.92)
5.  Dave Fleming (84.33)
6.  Tommy Hanson (84.1)
7.  Daisuke Matsuzaka (83.83)
8.  Jeff Juden (83.57)
9.  Jae-Wong Seo (83.18)
10.  John Farrell (82.65)
Age: 31
1.  Ryan Drese (86.51)
2.  Jim Parque (85.15)
3.  Bud Norris (85.1)
4.  Scott Kamieniecki (84.75)
5.  Dave Fleming (84.33)
6.  Tommy Hanson (84.1)
7.  Jeff Juden (83.57)
8.  Jae-Wong Seo (83.18)
9.  Daisuke Matsuzaka (82.61)
10.  Brandon McCarthy (82.24)
Age: 32
1.  Ryan Drese (86.82)
2.  Scott Kamieniecki (86.82)
3.  Jim Parque (85.86)
4.  Bud Norris (84.9)
5.  Dave Fleming (84.59)
6.  Jeff Juden (83.98)
7.  Jae-Wong Seo (83.95)
8.  Tommy Hanson (83.8)
9.  Daisuke Matsuzaka (83.25)
10.  Brandon McCarthy (82.97)


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