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Meet new Ray James Loney

James Anthony Loney

Age: 28

Bats/throws: Left

Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 220

Born: Houston

Lives: Missouri City, Texas

High school: Elkins, Missouri City

Drafted: 1st round, 19th overall, by Dodgers in 2002

2012 stats: .249, 6 HRs, 41 RBIs, .630 OPS

2008-11 averages: .281, 12 HRs, 83 RBIs, 752 OPS

2012 salary: $6.375 million

Twitter: @jamesloney_7

Meet new Ray James Loney 12/03/12 [Last modified: Monday, December 3, 2012 10:38pm]
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