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Bio-Ryan Vogelsong (Hanshin Tigers)

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Bio-Ryan Vogelsong (Hanshin Tigers)
Drafted by San Francisco Giants and signed- June, 1998
Traded to Pittsburgh Pirates- July, 2001
On Pirates' pitching roster 2003-2006.
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Re: Bio-Ryan Vogelsong (Hanshin Tigers)
[ Author: Mischa | Posted: Jun 19, 2007 6:45 AM | TYS Fan ]

A far more complete bio is at http://www.baseball-reference.com/bullpen/Ryan_Vogelsong
Re: Bio-Ryan Vogelsong (Hanshin Tigers)
[ Author: Deanna | Posted: Jun 19, 2007 10:30 AM | NIP Fan ]

I was thinking that a "player bio" really should include more than just where the guy was signed and what rosters they were on (ie, these last few posts, which aren't really bios exactly). The BR Bullpen ones are mostly too long for the player pages here, though. If I (or anyone else) ends up with some free time on their hands, it might be a good idea to try to cull out some 3-4 sentence bios from the Bullpen for a happy medium, maybe?
Re: Bio-Ryan Vogelsong (Hanshin Tigers)
[ Author: Mischa | Posted: Jun 25, 2007 5:26 AM | TYS Fan ]

- If I (or anyone else) ends up with some free time on their hands, it might be a good idea to try to cull out some 3-4 sentence bios from the Bullpen for a happy medium, maybe?

How about a simple link to the BR Bullpen ones that are available? You can have a link from the Bullpen to here for full stats also.
Re: Bio-Ryan Vogelsong (Hanshin Tigers)
[ Author: Guest: Giants Fan | Posted: Jul 9, 2011 11:44 AM ]

[Old thread revised.]

The Giants announcers rave about Vogelson (the All-Star) and how important his time in Japan was to developing his game. But no one ever mentions how he did. How did he do? What was his record?
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