Jeff Blauser , SS


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Born: 1965-11-08 (53) | Bats: R | Throws: R
Height: 6' 0 | Weight: 170
Born:Los Gatos, CA (USA) | College: Sacramento City CC, CA

Pro Debut/Team: 1987-07-05, Chicago Cubs



2019 Spring Training




CTCBL Career Stats

Year Team Img02 AB R H Img02 2B 3B HR BI Img02 SB CS BB K Img02 AVG OBP SLG Img02 E
1990 Roxboro Rockets(LMH) 528 44 126 Img02 30 0 11 44 Img02 5 1 43 116 Img02 .239 .296 .358 Img02 32
1991 Roxboro Rockets(LMH) 455 64 139 Img02 38 1 9 50 Img02 0 0 50 101 Img02 .305 .374 .453 Img02 29
1992 Roxboro Rockets(LMH) 404 46 96 Img02 17 1 11 51 Img02 0 0 37 82 Img02 .238 .302 .366 Img02 27
1993 Coral Springs Rebels(NPP) 376 58 95 Img02 25 4 14 48 Img02 11 6 48 83 Img02 .253 .337 .452 Img02 17
1994 Coral Springs Rebels(NPP) 621 125 212 Img02 37 5 13 90 Img02 18 5 87 99 Img02 .341 .422 .480 Img02 19
1995 Coral Springs Rebels(NPP) 466 58 115 Img02 26 3 9 53 Img02 0 5 53 78 Img02 .247 .324 .373 Img02 19
1996 Coral Springs Rebels(NPP) 420 62 93 Img02 13 4 16 61 Img02 11 3 66 94 Img02 .221 .327 .386 Img02 5
1997 Coral Springs Rebels(NPP) 256 37 60 Img02 14 1 7 39 Img02 1 1 39 55 Img02 .234 .358 .379 Img02 21
1998 Coral Springs Rebels(NPP) 569 97 171 Img02 36 6 26 104 Img02 1 0 69 135 Img02 .301 .398 .522 Img02 20
1999 Wanaque War Eagles(SST) 370 60 88 Img02 10 1 8 40 Img02 1 0 57 103 Img02 .238 .358 .335 Img02 17
10 yrs. Career Totals-------> 4,465 651 1,195 Img02 246 26 124 580 Img02 48 21 549 946 Img02 .268 .354 .418 Img02 206
6 yrs. North Pole Polar Bears 2,708 437 746 Img02 151 23 85 395 Img02 42 20 362 544 Img02 .275 .368 .442 Img02 101
3 yrs. Longmont Houligans 1,387 154 361 Img02 85 2 31 145 Img02 5 1 130 299 Img02 .260 .324 .391 Img02 88
1 yrs. Seattle Steelheads 370 60 88 Img02 10 1 8 40 Img02 1 0 57 103 Img02 .238 .358 .335 Img02 17

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