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Proper Name:
John Henry Vander Wal
High Level:
MLB (1991-2004)
Positions:
OF (605) ... RF (335) ... 1B (204) ... LF (127) ... DH (30)
Height:
6-2
Weight:
197
Bats:
Left
Throws:
Left
Born:
age:
56.285
place:
colleges:
Drafted:
Montreal Expos  -  1987  -  3 - 70 (June-Reg)drafted 2x
draft posit:
OF
MLB Debut:
TBC#:
360
MLBAM ID:
Retrosheet:
Speed
51
Power
77
Contact
35
XBH
76
RBIs
64
Runs
44
Hitting
59
Durability
64
Team
.505
Player Notes:  
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year team name age salary tm rank lgrk avg salary lg minimum
1991 Montreal Expos 25 100,000 0 0 851,492 100,000
1992 Montreal Expos 26 110,500 22 672 1,028,667 109,000
1993 Montreal Expos 27 142,500 16 613 1,076,089 109,000
1994 Colorado Rockies 28 195,000 18 517 1,168,263 109,000
1995 Colorado Rockies 29 300,000 16 410 1,110,766 109,000
1996 Colorado Rockies 30 512,500 14 329 1,119,981 122,667
1997 Colorado Rockies 31 500,000 15 376 1,336,609 150,000
1998 Colorado Rockies 32 560,000 17 407 1,398,831 170,000
1999 San Diego Padres 33 1,075,000 12 335 1,611,166 200,000
2000 Pittsburgh Pirates 34 875,000 10 377 1,895,630 200,000
2001 Pittsburgh Pirates 35 1,850,000 10 308 2,138,896 200,000
2002 New York Yankees 36 1,850,000 18 318 2,295,649 200,000
2003 Milwaukee Brewers 37 550,000 12 464 2,372,189 300,000
2004 Cincinnati Reds 38 300,000 0 0 2,313,535 300,000
14 record(s)
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