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Francisco Cordero  

Francisco Cordero  

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Proper Name:
Francisco Javier Cordero
High Level:
MLB (1999-2012)
Positions:
P (963)
Height:
6-2
Weight:
200
Bats:
Right
Throws:
Right
Born:
age:
47.268
place:
High School:
N/A
Drafted:
Detroit Tigers - 1994 (Signed UDFA)
draft posit:
P
MLB Debut:
repertoire:
[2012] ... 4-Seam Fastball (92.9) [42.6%] ... Slider (86.4) [27.1%] ... Changeup (85.4) [23.3%] ... Curveball (78.5) [6.1%] ... Intentional Bal (76.9) [0.8%]
TBC#:
1024
MLBAM ID:
Retrosheet:
Strikeouts
75
Walks
42
Hittable
70
SO/BB
58
vsPower
70
Hitting
0
Durability
72
Team
.491
Player Notes:  Uncle of Diego Cordero
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year team name age salary tm rank lgrk avg salary lg minimum
1999 Detroit Tigers 24 200,000 0 0 1,611,166 200,000
2000 Texas Rangers 25 200,000 0 0 1,895,630 200,000
2001 Texas Rangers 26 277,500 24 605 2,138,896 200,000
2002 Texas Rangers 27 200,000 0 0 2,295,649 200,000
2003 Texas Rangers 28 900,000 16 377 2,372,189 300,000
2004 Texas Rangers 29 2,000,000 6 269 2,313,535 300,000
2005 Texas Rangers 30 3,875,000 4 179 2,476,589 316,000
2006 Texas Rangers 31 4,125,000 6 176 2,699,292 327,000
2007 Milwaukee Brewers 32 5,425,000 4 151 2,824,751 380,000
2008 Cincinnati Reds 33 8,625,000 2 96 2,925,679 390,000
2009 Cincinnati Reds 34 12,125,000 2 53 2,996,106 400,000
2010 Cincinnati Reds 35 12,125,000 2 56 3,014,572 400,000
2011 Cincinnati Reds 36 12,125,000 1 58 3,095,183 414,000
2012 Toronto Blue Jays 37 4,500,000 6 208 3,213,479 480,000
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