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Mo Vaughn

46-Year-Old First Baseman – Free Agent

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LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: NO   BATS: L   THROWS: R   DOB: 12/15/1967   DRAFTED: No   Show ContractHide Contract

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Mo Vaughn Contract Information:

Signed a six-year, $80 million contract in November 1998. He will make $10 million in 2002 and $15 million in 2003 and 2004.

December 4, 2004  –  Mo Vaughn News

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Vaughn's agent has contacted Texas about bringing Vaughn to spring training as a non-rostered player, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.

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Year Age Lg Tm G PA AB R H XBH 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO SH SF HBP AVG OBP SLG OPS
Career  (View All)     1512 6,410 5,532 861 1,620 608 270 10 328 1,064 30 18 725 1,429 0 45 108 .293 .396 .523 .919

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Year Age Lg Tm PA AB Walk Rate Strikeout Rate BB/K Ratio Contact Rate BABIP Isolated Power
Career     6,410 5,532 11.3% 22.3% 0.51 74% .342 .230

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Mo Vaughn: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Vaughn reportedly may be willing to report to spring training as a non-roster invitee, which would interest Texas according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

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Vaughn confirmed at a public banquet Friday that his playing career is over, the Boston Globe reports. "My career is over," he told the gathering. "I have an injury no doctor can fix, but I have no regrets."

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The Mets announced that Vaughn will not play this season due to a degenerative left knee, the Associated Press reports.

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Vaughn (knee) said that he intends to report to spring training, the Associated Press reports.

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The Mets don't expect to get much, if anything, out of Vaughn (knee) in 2004, new GM Jim Duquette said in a press conference, the Associated Press reports.

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The insurance on Vaughn's contract is due to kick in this week. Thursday is the 90th day since Vaughn last played, the point after which insurance covers 75% of his remaining 2003 salary, the NY Daily News reports.

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Vaughn is now likely to try rehabbing his arthritic left knee before undergoing surgery, the Associated Press reports.

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2014

There was no outlook written for Mo Vaughn.

2004

The best that can be said about Vaughn's season is that he missed enough games with his left knee injury to allow the insurance policy to kick-in, where 75% of Vaughn's salary is reimbursed. Vaughn's injury has been diagnosed as osteo-arthritis and bone spurs, as well a lack of cartilage in the knee that causes the bones to rub against each other. This cannot be easily repaired with surgery and career-ending knee replacement surgery was the recommendation of six doctors. Vaughn won't play in 2004 and the Mets may collect $11.25M from insurance as a result.

2003

Vaughn came to the Mets in 2002 trying to rebound from his bicep injury that kept him out the entire 2001 season. It didn't help that he was grossly overweight. Vaughn had a dismal first three months after suffering a broken finger in April, hitting just eight home runs and driving in just 31. He came on strong and launched 18 more long balls and drove home 41 more over the second half. If he keeps himself in decent shape, 30 homers and 100 RBI could be in sight.