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Mike Morse  

Mike Morse  

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Proper Name:
Michael John Morse
High Level:
MLB (2005-2017)
pos:
ss (570) ... 1b (300) ... lf (254) ... rf (192) ... 3b (138) ... dh (37) ... 2b (19) ... of (14)
Height:
6-5
Weight:
195
Bats:
Right
Throws:
Right
Born:
age:
40.258
place:
High School:
Drafted:
Chicago White Sox  -  2000  -  3 - 82 (June-Reg)more
Signing Bonus:
$ 365,000
draft posit:
IF
MLB Debut:
TBC#:
6362
MLBAM ID:
Retrosheet:
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Speed
30
Power
72
Contact
40
XBH
64
RBIs
70
Runs
39
Hitting
63
Durability
40
Team
.487
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Contract information is available in full since 2012.
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year team name age salary tm rank lgrk avg salary lg minimum
2005 Seattle Mariners 23 300,000 26 752 2,476,589 316,000
2006 Seattle Mariners 24 327,000 0 0 2,699,292 327,000
2007 Seattle Mariners 25 380,000 0 0 2,824,751 380,000
2008 Seattle Mariners 26 393,500 22 730 2,925,679 390,000
2009 Washington Nationals 27 407,000 25 725 2,996,106 400,000
2010 Washington Nationals 28 410,000 25 691 3,014,572 400,000
2011 Washington Nationals 29 1,050,000 16 433 3,095,183 414,000
2012 Washington Nationals 30 3,500,000 8 256 3,213,479 480,000
2013 Seattle Mariners 31 7,000,000 3 142 3,386,212 490,000
2014 San Francisco Giants 32 6,000,000 10 185 3,818,923 500,000
2015 Miami Marlins 33 7,500,000 4 167 3,952,252 507,500
2016 Pittsburgh Pirates 34 8,500,000 5 139 3,966,020 507,500
2017 San Francisco Giants 35 535,000 0 0 4,097,122 535,000
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