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STAN PAPI

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1969-1981
Positions
3B-69, 2B-65, SS-64, DH-4, 1B-2, OF-1
Born
February 4, 1951  (63.071)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-0 / 178
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Bullard  (Fresno,CA)
College:
 
Drafted:
Houston Astros:  1969-2-26 (June-Reg)
Full Name
Stanley Gerard Papi 
TBC Player ID
16323
MLB Debut
April 11, 1974  (23.066)
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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.  Carlos Paula (83.13)
2.  Jose Nieves (82.77)
3.  Bruce Ogrodowski (82.38)
4.  Tim Thompson (80.66)
5.  Ebba St. Claire (78.67)
6.  Ed Sauer (78.37)
7.  Jason Conti (78)
8.  Freddie Benavides (77.74)
9.  Johnny Blatnik (77.64)
10.  Mel Roach (77.64)
Age: 23
1.  Rod Dedeaux (93.75)
2.  Jeff Cross (92.71)
3.  Howdy Groskloss (91.67)
4.  Jack Conway (89.58)
5.  Bob Way (86.46)
6.  Andres Santana (85.42)
7.  Wayne Comer (85.42)
8.  Babe Phelps (84.38)
9.  Doc Wood (84.38)
10.  Harry Chozen (84.38)
11.  Danny Silva (84.38)
Age: 24
1.  Rod Dedeaux (93.75)
2.  Ed Wingo (92.71)
3.  Jeff Cross (92.71)
4.  Jack Conway (89.58)
5.  Lee Dunham (88.54)
6.  Bill Black (87.5)
7.  Bob Way (86.46)
8.  Andres Santana (85.42)
9.  Tim Unroe (85.42)
10.  Babe Phelps (84.38)
11.  Doc Wood (84.38)
12.  Bob Barrett (84.38)
Age: 25
1.  Rod Dedeaux (93.75)
2.  Ed Wingo (92.71)
3.  Jeff Cross (92.71)
4.  Melky Mesa (90.62)
5.  Jack Conway (89.58)
6.  Frank Gleich (88.54)
7.  Jose Herrera (88.54)
8.  Lee Dunham (88.54)
9.  Bill Black (87.5)
10.  Steve Davis (86.46)
Age: 26
1.  Bruce Fields (86.27)
2.  Joe Connolly (85.2)
3.  Bill Jones (84.87)
4.  Stan Benjamin (82.44)
5.  Bubbles Hargrave (81.02)
6.  Eddy Diaz (80.45)
7.  Wilkin Ruan (79.43)
8.  Danny Reynolds (79.04)
9.  Terry Bradshaw (77.82)
10.  Art Bues (77.73)
Age: 27
1.  Ray Haley (83.01)
2.  Henry Mercedes (82.72)
3.  Bruce Miller (81.86)
4.  Bill Bean (81.48)
5.  Mike Sharperson (79.17)
6.  Brandon Jones (78.89)
7.  Homer Peel (78.39)
8.  Jim McLeod (77.67)
9.  Tom Ragland (77.53)
10.  Justin Sellers (76.37)
Age: 28
1.  Ray Berres (84.91)
2.  Keith Osik (80.17)
3.  Carlos Rodriguez (78.6)
4.  Tim Jones (78.15)
5.  Dave Meier (76.59)
6.  Lou Montanez (75.39)
7.  Dan Walters (74.77)
8.  Skippy Roberge (74.69)
9.  Brandon Jones (74.27)
10.  Terrell Lowery (71.8)
Age: 29
1.  Frank Baker (78.32)
2.  Si Rosenthal (76.06)
3.  Frank Quilici (76.04)
4.  Monty Basgall (75.83)
5.  Tony Rensa (75.46)
6.  Gair Allie (75.38)
7.  Matt Carpenter (75.25)
8.  Kevin Collins (75.24)
9.  Tim Laker (74.67)
10.  Jason Conti (74.66)
Age: 30
1.  Carlos Paula (83.13)
2.  Jose Nieves (82.77)
3.  Larry Haney (82.66)
4.  Bruce Ogrodowski (82.38)
5.  Andy Phillips (79.18)
6.  Ed Sauer (78.37)
7.  Jason Conti (78)
8.  Freddie Benavides (77.74)
9.  Russ Gibson (77.65)
10.  Johnny Blatnik (77.64)


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