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Ron Fairly AS-2WS-3

+ Played in Major Leagues 1958-1978
Biography Data
Positions: 1B-1219, OF-1038, DH-63
Proper Name: Ronald Ray Fairly
Born: July 12, 1938 (76.263)
Place Macon, Georgia
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 181 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: David Starr Jordan (Long Beach,CA)
College: USC
Drafted: 1958 -- Signed as free agent by Los Angeles Dodgers
MLB Debut:September 9,1958 (20.059)
TBC Player ID:11256
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Career Activity
Organizations:LAN, MON, SLN, OAK, TOR, CAL
Scouting Scores
speed contact patience batting power
23 69 85 56 62


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  • Pre-2012 Transactions
    Tranx DateDescription
    Traded by Blue Jays to Angels for Butch Alberts and Pat Kelly.
    Traded by Athletics to Blue Jays for Mike Weathers and Cash.
    Purchased by Athletics from Cardinals.
    Traded by Expos to Cardinals for Ed Kurpiel and Rudy Kinard.
    Traded by Dodgers with Paul Popovich to Expos for Manny Mota and Maury Wills.
    Signed as undrafted amateur Free Agent by Dodgers.
    Draft Instances
    Signed as undrafted free agent by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1958.

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