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RON SLOCUM

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1969-1971
Positions
3B-21, C-19, SS-18, 2B-13
Born
July 2, 1945  (69.122)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-2 / 185
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
La Jolla  (La Jolla,CA)
College:
 
Drafted:
Not drafted 
Full Name
Ronald Reece Slocum 
TBC Player ID
18103
MLB Debut

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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.  Mike Colangelo (77.95)
2.  Don Gile (76.7)
3.  Johnny Werhas (75.13)
4.  Jorge Roque (74.86)
5.  Danny Napoleon (73.21)
6.  Tim Talton (72.39)
7.  Mauro Gomez (71.87)
8.  Bobby Thompson (70.37)
9.  Donald Harris (69.21)
10.  Brent Clevlen (69.11)
Age: 24
1.  Mike Colangelo (82.33)
2.  Benny Distefano (78.26)
3.  Jim Woods (76.94)
4.  Gates Brown (75.02)
5.  Danny Murphy (74.66)
6.  Jay Canizaro (74.43)
7.  Eric Munson (74.2)
8.  Shane Victorino (71.49)
9.  Chris Arnold (70.63)
10.  George Hale (70.4)
Age: 25
1.  Mike Colangelo (77.95)
2.  Craig Grebeck (76.55)
3.  Jack Wallaesa (75.83)
4.  Ike Hampton (75.75)
5.  Steve Balboni (75.41)
6.  Jorge Roque (74.86)
7.  Russ Davis (74.79)
8.  Benny Distefano (74.02)
9.  Danny Napoleon (73.21)
10.  Jim Beauchamp (72.75)
Age: 26
1.  Mike Colangelo (77.95)
2.  Marcus Thames (75.56)
3.  Jorge Roque (74.86)
4.  Bobby Hofman (74.04)
5.  Tom Marsh (73.22)
6.  Danny Napoleon (73.21)
7.  Jim Beauchamp (72.75)
8.  Danny Murphy (72.34)
9.  Eddie Bockman (71.8)
10.  Bobby Thompson (70.37)


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