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PETE JOHNS

MLB  Deceased
Positions
3B-32, 1B-10, SS-4, OF-4, 2B-2
Born
Place
Died
August 9, 1964   (75.204)
Ht/Wt
5-10 / 165
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Unknown
College:
 
Drafted:
Not drafted
Full Name
William R. Johns 
TBC Player ID
13331
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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.  Al Federoff (77.37)
2.  Archie Yelle (77.11)
3.  Ross Jones (76.54)
4.  Jim Eppard (76.24)
5.  Bunny Roser (76)
6.  Dick Cotter (74.97)
7.  Tony Daniels (74.36)
8.  Yats Wuestling (74.19)
9.  Stan Andrews (73.63)
10.  Ike McAuley (73.47)
Age: 26
1.  Guy Tutwiler (84.04)
2.  Tomas De La Rosa (79.91)
3.  Linc Blakely (78)
4.  Charlie Pechous (76.52)
5.  Howard Baker (76.11)
6.  Doug Howard (75.67)
7.  Charlie High (74.18)
8.  Greg Smith (74.07)
9.  J.B. Shuck (72.41)
10.  David Lough (72.38)
Age: 27
1.  Guy Tutwiler (84.04)
2.  Tomas De La Rosa (79.91)
3.  Howard Baker (78.34)
4.  Linc Blakely (78)
5.  Charlie Pechous (76.52)
6.  Ramon Aviles (75.47)
7.  Charlie High (74.18)
8.  Greg Smith (74.07)
9.  Ed Boland (73.86)
10.  Derek Bryant (73.22)
Age: 28
1.  Guy Tutwiler (84.04)
2.  Howard Baker (78.34)
3.  Linc Blakely (78)
4.  Charlie Pechous (76.52)
5.  Tomas De La Rosa (74.42)
6.  Charlie High (74.18)
7.  Greg Smith (74.07)
8.  Ed Boland (73.86)
9.  Derek Bryant (73.22)
10.  Marty Shay (73.17)
Age: 29
1.  Al Federoff (77.37)
2.  Archie Yelle (77.11)
3.  Art Ruble (76.61)
4.  Ross Jones (76.54)
5.  Bunny Roser (76)
6.  Dick Cotter (74.97)
7.  Tony Daniels (74.36)
8.  Yats Wuestling (74.19)
9.  Stan Andrews (73.63)
10.  Jim Qualls (72.81)


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