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Paul Bako  #24
Position  C
Height  6' 2"
Weight  205
Bats  Left
Throws  Right
Birthdate  6/20/1972
MLB Seasons  11

Gabor Paul Bako is a catcher (who played a game at first base for Atlanta) for the Chicago Cubs. Bako started his career in 1998 with the Detroit Tigers. He batted .272 with a .319 OBP and 3 home runs in 96 games. In 1999, Bako was on the Houston Astros and batted .256 with a .332 OBP and 2 home runs in 73 games. He started 2000 with Houston, where he batted .000 with a .000 OBP in 1 game. He was then traded to the Florida Marlins mid-season. He batted .242 with a 3.35 OBP in 56 games. He was again traded mid-season to the Atlanta Braves. He batted .190 with a .254 OBP and 2 home runs in 24 games. In 2001, Bako batted .212 with .312 OBP and 2 home runs in 61 games. In 2002, Bako played for the Milwaukee Brewers. He batted .235 with a .295 OBP and 4 home runs in 87 games. He was then acquired by the Chicago Cubs. In 2003, Bako batted .229 with a 3.11 OBP in 70 games. In 2004, he batted .203 with a .288 OBP and 1 home run in 49 games. In 2005, he played for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He batted .250 with a .362 OBP in 13 games. In 2006, Bako played for the Kansas City Royals. He batted .209 with a .261 OBP in 56 games. In 2007, he played for the Baltimore Orioles. He batted .205 with a .277 OBP and 1 home run in 60 games. In 2008, he played for the Cincinnati Reds. Bako batted .217 with a .299 OBP and 6 home runs in 99 games. He was signed by the Cubs in the 2008-09 offseason.