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Batting splits

  AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS TBB K GDP OBP SLG
Total .282 162 5670 878 1598 343 25 208 836 83 24 558 1160 137 .348 .461
vs. Left .278 - 1347 - 374 72 2 50 197 16 5 144 294 38 .350 .445
vs. Right .283 - 4323 - 1224 271 23 158 639 67 19 414 866 99 .348 .466
Home .300 81 2819 477 845 209 14 102 455 36 8 276 520 65 .365 .492
Away .264 81 2851 401 753 134 11 106 381 47 16 282 640 72 .332 .430
None on .274 - 3108 - 851 172 12 107 107 0 0 283 642 0 .338 .440
Runners On .292 - 2562 - 747 171 13 101 729 83 24 275 518 137 .360 .487
April .281 24 848 126 238 66 9 19 119 21 2 79 191 19 .343 .447
May .305 28 1012 182 309 68 8 46 177 14 2 98 200 22 .371 .525
June .271 26 912 126 247 51 2 27 117 16 5 100 176 25 .345 .420
July .291 25 867 140 252 52 2 40 135 12 5 81 163 21 .354 .494
August .276 30 1031 150 285 57 2 38 145 8 5 91 223 26 .337 .446
September .275 27 939 150 258 48 2 37 140 11 5 100 197 22 .345 .448
October .148 2 61 4 9 1 0 1 3 1 0 9 10 2 .268 .213
None on/out .283 - 1381 - 391 81 7 51 51 0 0 114 268 0 .341 .463
Scoring Pos .283 - 1440 - 408 98 9 55 601 27 5 203 305 46 .369 .478
ScPos/2Out .259 - 668 - 173 50 5 27 251 16 4 93 147 0 .355 .470
Close & Late .262 - 810 - 212 37 4 24 90 10 5 74 205 16 .324 .406
Bases Loaded .218 - 142 - 31 5 0 6 104 0 0 12 28 12 .263 .380
Batting #1 .325 - 716 124 233 43 5 26 103 20 6 47 89 15 .365 .508
Batting #2 .278 - 677 116 188 36 1 19 71 5 3 76 113 21 .352 .418
Batting #3 .317 - 676 117 214 41 0 30 121 13 3 57 107 20 .370 .510
Batting #4 .301 - 631 94 190 47 1 37 137 11 2 88 100 22 .385 .555
Batting #5 .267 - 625 87 167 30 1 28 104 10 4 61 153 16 .340 .453
Batting #6 .262 - 607 98 159 45 6 21 81 6 2 61 143 13 .335 .460
Batting #7 .254 - 586 87 149 33 2 21 77 8 2 66 144 10 .333 .425
Batting #8 .237 - 582 71 138 25 2 13 65 7 1 55 157 15 .306 .354
Batting #9 .281 - 570 84 160 43 7 13 77 3 1 47 154 5 .338 .449
As ph for dh .250 - 8 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 .333 .250
As P .040 - 25 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 18 0 .111 .040
As C .250 - 563 66 141 29 3 8 60 0 1 45 144 13 .310 .355
As 1B .268 - 622 83 167 34 0 29 112 9 4 67 142 17 .344 .463
As 2B .319 - 680 114 217 40 1 15 77 9 4 66 78 26 .378 .447
As 3B .242 - 587 75 142 32 2 15 68 6 0 52 145 13 .306 .380
As SS .289 - 675 116 195 34 1 21 90 13 4 58 130 14 .349 .436
As LF .268 - 568 88 152 38 4 14 70 8 4 54 136 6 .337 .423
As CF .271 - 582 99 158 33 7 28 92 9 2 68 149 10 .354 .497
As RF .315 - 693 123 218 43 5 31 113 26 5 52 87 13 .361 .525
As dh (not ph) .324 - 583 92 189 52 2 44 144 2 0 81 96 24 .405 .647
As ph (not dh) .190 - 84 12 16 8 0 3 9 1 0 12 34 1 .296 .393
As PR - - 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - -
All DH .323 - 591 97 191 52 2 44 145 2 0 82 97 24 .404 .641
All PH .196 - 92 12 18 8 0 3 10 1 0 13 35 1 .299 .380
After (0-1) .254 - 2961 - 752 153 14 78 343 31 7 163 792 56 .296 .394
After (1-0) .299 - 2198 - 658 144 10 101 365 32 7 395 368 67 .406 .512
Two Strikes .209 - 2954 - 618 120 9 67 288 20 8 271 1160 48 .277 .324
Grass .285 143 4997 779 1422 300 23 191 740 68 20 484 993 124 .350 .468
Turf .262 19 673 99 176 43 2 17 96 15 4 74 167 13 .335 .407
Day .279 50 1749 260 488 106 8 61 243 28 10 175 366 41 .346 .453
Night .283 112 3921 618 1110 237 17 147 593 55 14 383 794 96 .349 .465
Inning 1-6 .291 - 3892 643 1132 254 16 152 620 60 18 398 739 104 .359 .482
Inning 7+ .262 - 1778 235 466 89 9 56 216 23 6 160 421 33 .326 .417
vs.Bal .282 19 655 102 185 29 3 32 98 8 4 61 128 17 .346 .482
vs.LAA .292 7 240 31 70 14 0 7 29 3 3 30 54 5 .370 .438
vs.CWS .261 7 241 29 63 9 1 6 28 0 0 34 53 8 .355 .382
vs.Cle .291 6 213 31 62 13 0 11 30 1 1 24 41 4 .364 .507
vs.Det .267 7 247 34 66 11 2 9 32 1 0 17 48 6 .318 .437
vs.KC .300 6 210 26 63 9 0 8 26 1 1 18 47 9 .361 .457
vs.Min .321 7 262 58 84 16 1 12 51 3 2 22 45 11 .375 .527
vs.NYY .266 19 638 84 170 35 3 24 81 7 2 60 124 13 .334 .444
vs.Oak .368 6 239 67 88 23 0 10 63 2 0 26 46 1 .430 .590
vs.Sea .272 7 239 22 65 13 1 8 20 2 3 12 42 8 .311 .435
vs.Tex .307 6 215 38 66 19 0 11 37 5 0 25 30 8 .388 .549
vs.Tor .250 19 651 97 163 48 3 15 93 14 2 70 141 14 .327 .402
vs.Atl .282 4 142 24 40 16 2 4 23 5 1 15 31 2 .354 .507
vs.Hou .337 7 276 49 93 23 5 5 45 5 0 23 48 7 .385 .511
vs.LAD .216 3 97 14 21 1 0 3 13 2 0 13 27 5 .310 .320
vs.SD .252 3 103 13 26 3 0 6 13 3 0 11 30 5 .325 .456
vs.SF .243 4 140 21 34 8 1 8 21 6 0 9 24 1 .293 .486
vs.Col .298 3 104 20 31 9 3 2 19 0 0 13 16 0 .378 .500
vs.Ari .336 3 113 31 38 4 0 9 30 0 0 6 21 1 .375 .611
vs.TB .264 19 645 87 170 40 0 18 84 15 5 69 164 12 .332 .409
Pre All-Star .292 87 3092 490 903 216 19 103 467 59 10 308 617 73 .359 .474
Post All-Star .270 75 2578 388 695 127 6 105 369 24 14 250 543 64 .336 .446

Pitching Splits

  W L ERA G GS S IP H R ER HR TBB IBB K
Total 93 69 4.00 162 162 43 1439.2 1342 694 640 176 490 16 1362
As Starter 68 42 4.22 162 162 0 969.1 930 489 454 129 297 6 855
As Reliever 25 27 3.56 153 0 43 470.1 412 205 186 47 193 10 507
Home 47 34 4.30 81 81 21 734.0 734 380 351 96 242 7 676
Away 46 35 3.69 81 81 22 705.2 608 314 289 80 248 9 686
April 14 10 4.15 24 24 7 217.0 196 105 100 24 91 4 236
May 18 10 4.07 28 28 6 249.2 229 123 113 27 87 3 227
June 10 16 4.88 26 26 5 230.1 231 142 125 42 83 2 214
July 15 10 4.33 25 25 7 222.1 251 120 107 23 60 1 174
August 17 13 3.69 30 30 9 263.2 226 113 108 34 90 5 254
September 19 8 3.05 27 27 9 238.2 196 85 81 25 68 1 238
October 0 2 3.00 2 2 0 18.0 13 6 6 1 11 0 19
Grass 82 61 3.98 143 143 37 1270.1 1175 611 562 153 438 15 1152
Turf 11 8 4.15 19 19 6 169.1 167 83 78 23 52 1 210
Day 27 23 4.05 50 50 14 442.0 419 219 199 51 163 8 425
Night 66 46 3.98 112 112 29 997.2 923 475 441 125 327 8 937
vs.Bal 11 8 4.39 19 19 5 166.0 133 82 81 27 52 1 159
vs.LAA 4 3 4.84 7 7 2 61.1 78 42 33 6 20 0 35
vs.CWS 3 4 3.94 7 7 1 64.0 54 30 28 8 30 1 59
vs.Cle 4 2 2.89 6 6 2 53.0 36 18 17 5 23 0 54
vs.Det 2 5 5.02 7 7 1 61.0 62 35 34 9 24 2 50
vs.KC 2 4 5.37 6 6 1 52.0 47 32 31 10 17 0 32
vs.Min 4 3 3.98 7 7 1 63.1 65 34 28 4 23 0 62
vs.NYY 11 8 4.24 19 19 8 165.2 157 79 78 16 54 1 129
vs.Oak 5 1 3.06 6 6 0 53.0 47 20 18 1 13 0 41
vs.Sea 4 3 3.14 7 7 3 63.0 49 22 22 11 17 2 63
vs.Tex 3 3 5.71 6 6 1 52.0 74 41 33 8 20 2 53
vs.Tor 9 10 4.08 19 19 7 169.2 150 85 77 25 73 0 171
vs.Atl 3 1 3.00 4 4 1 36.0 30 13 12 1 14 1 37
vs.Hou 5 2 4.30 7 7 2 67.0 68 37 32 8 33 3 75
vs.LAD 1 2 2.88 3 3 0 25.0 23 11 8 3 8 1 25
vs.SD 2 1 1.73 3 3 0 26.0 22 5 5 2 2 0 28
vs.SF 3 1 3.00 4 4 1 36.0 30 12 12 5 9 0 30
vs.Col 2 1 4.00 3 3 0 27.0 28 14 12 4 3 0 27
vs.Ari 3 0 3.00 3 3 1 27.0 24 9 9 3 9 0 20
vs.TB 12 7 3.67 19 19 6 171.2 165 73 70 20 46 2 212
Pre All-Star 49 38 4.43 87 87 21 778.0 758 424 383 105 282 9 747
Post All-Star 44 31 3.50 75 75 22 661.2 584 270 257 71 208 7 615

Batter vs. Pitcher

  AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS TBB K OBP SLG
Total .246 5459 694 1342 251 23 176 658 59 33 490 1362 .314 .397
vs. Left .240 2071 - 497 98 8 49 217 24 17 195 497 .311 .366
vs. Right .249 3388 - 845 153 15 127 441 35 16 295 865 .315 .416
As Starter .252 3694 489 930 170 18 129 446 34 20 297 855 .312 .412
As Reliever .233 1765 205 412 81 5 47 212 25 13 193 507 .316 .365
Home .260 2822 380 734 140 16 96 361 33 16 242 676 .326 .423
Away .231 2637 314 608 111 7 80 297 26 17 248 686 .300 .369
None on .244 3171 - 774 136 16 96 96 0 0 277 783 .311 .388
Runners On .248 2288 - 568 115 7 80 562 59 33 213 579 .317 .410
None on/out .258 1394 - 359 63 11 46 46 0 0 104 330 .314 .418
Scoring Pos .249 1164 - 290 59 3 39 450 17 9 140 296 .333 .405
1st IP .245 2094 - 512 93 9 64 270 29 13 204 569 .317 .389
Inning 1-6 .253 3699 486 934 170 17 120 465 44 25 317 853 .316 .405
Inning 7+ .232 1760 208 408 81 6 56 193 15 8 173 509 .308 .380
Close & Late .233 801 - 187 39 3 25 101 9 6 88 259 .316 .383
Bases Loaded .320 122 - 39 10 2 6 125 0 0 11 34 .358 .582
Vs 1st Batr .209 421 - 88 12 1 9 36 2 2 33 134 .275 .306
After (0-1) .211 2831 - 598 116 9 63 242 24 15 138 926 .255 .325
After (1-0) .258 2012 - 519 99 12 76 283 20 15 352 435 .372 .432
Two Strikes .159 2880 - 458 88 9 38 198 20 13 265 1361 .236 .235
Pitch 1-15 .254 1791 - 455 78 8 62 200 25 9 146 449 .317 .410
Pitch 16-30 .237 964 - 228 53 3 23 121 15 9 121 269 .325 .369
Pitch 31-45 .260 643 - 167 32 3 23 72 6 5 57 167 .323 .426
Pitch 46-60 .249 586 - 146 22 2 22 81 4 4 52 121 .318 .406
Pitch 61-75 .240 537 - 129 21 2 18 76 6 3 50 132 .307 .387
Pitch 76-90 .235 503 - 118 20 2 13 61 2 3 29 110 .289 .360
Pitch 91-105 .227 343 - 78 21 2 14 42 1 0 26 86 .282 .423
Pitch 106-120 .222 90 - 20 4 1 1 5 0 0 9 28 .311 .322
Pitch 121-135 .500 2 - 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 .500
Pre All-Star .254 2981 424 758 145 16 105 398 40 21 282 747 .326 .419
Post All-Star .236 2478 270 584 106 7 71 260 19 12 208 615 .299 .370

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