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Batting splits

  AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS TBB K GDP OBP SLG
Total .285 157 5514 865 1570 338 24 205 826 81 23 537 1129 132 .350 .466
vs. Left .282 - 1286 - 363 72 2 48 192 15 5 136 281 36 .353 .453
vs. Right .285 - 4228 - 1207 266 22 157 634 66 18 401 848 96 .349 .470
Home .303 78 2723 468 826 206 13 100 448 35 8 265 502 63 .368 .499
Away .267 79 2791 397 744 132 11 105 378 46 15 272 627 69 .333 .435
None on .276 - 3016 - 832 169 11 105 105 0 0 271 622 0 .339 .444
Runners On .295 - 2498 - 738 169 13 100 721 81 23 266 507 132 .363 .494
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 .283 24 844 141 239 44 1 35 133 10 4 88 176 19 .351 .462
None on/out .287 - 1340 - 384 78 7 51 51 0 0 111 260 0 .345 .469
Scoring Pos .285 - 1414 - 403 97 9 55 595 27 5 197 302 45 .369 .483
ScPos/2Out .261 - 655 - 171 50 5 27 248 16 4 91 145 0 .357 .476
Close & Late .258 - 774 - 200 33 4 22 84 9 5 69 202 15 .320 .397
Bases Loaded .209 - 139 - 29 4 0 6 100 0 0 12 28 12 .256 .367
Batting #1 .329 - 695 122 229 41 5 26 103 20 6 45 87 13 .368 .515
Batting #2 .284 - 659 114 187 36 1 19 71 5 3 73 108 21 .356 .428
Batting #3 .321 - 657 114 211 41 0 29 119 13 3 55 103 20 .374 .516
Batting #4 .301 - 612 91 184 45 1 36 132 11 2 87 95 22 .386 .554
Batting #5 .270 - 612 86 165 30 1 27 103 10 3 55 150 15 .338 .454
Batting #6 .260 - 589 98 153 45 5 21 79 5 2 60 140 12 .334 .460
Batting #7 .259 - 571 87 148 33 2 21 77 8 2 63 143 10 .335 .434
Batting #8 .241 - 565 71 136 25 2 13 65 6 1 54 154 14 .310 .361
Batting #9 .283 - 554 82 157 42 7 13 77 3 1 45 149 5 .340 .455
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 .251 - 549 66 138 29 3 8 60 0 1 43 140 13 .310 .359
As 1B .273 - 609 82 166 34 0 28 111 9 3 61 139 16 .343 .466
As 2B .323 - 660 112 213 38 1 15 77 9 4 65 76 24 .382 .452
As 3B .248 - 573 74 142 32 2 15 68 6 0 48 141 13 .308 .389
As SS .290 - 656 114 190 34 0 20 89 13 4 56 125 14 .349 .433
As LF .270 - 551 87 149 37 4 14 68 8 4 53 132 6 .340 .428
As CF .276 - 565 99 156 33 7 28 92 8 2 67 148 10 .359 .508
As RF .315 - 674 120 212 41 5 31 110 26 5 52 87 12 .362 .528
As dh (not ph) .329 - 565 90 186 52 2 43 141 2 0 78 89 24 .409 .657
As ph (not dh) .190 - 79 12 15 8 0 3 9 0 0 11 33 0 .293 .405
As PR - - 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - -
All DH .328 - 573 95 188 52 2 43 142 2 0 79 90 24 .408 .651
All PH .195 - 87 12 17 8 0 3 10 0 0 12 34 0 .297 .391
After (0-1) .257 - 2875 - 739 151 14 76 339 30 6 159 770 53 .299 .399
After (1-0) .302 - 2142 - 646 142 9 100 363 31 7 378 359 66 .406 .516
Two Strikes .212 - 2861 - 607 120 8 67 287 19 7 260 1129 47 .279 .330
Grass .288 138 4841 766 1394 295 22 188 730 66 19 463 962 119 .353 .474
Turf .262 19 673 99 176 43 2 17 96 15 4 74 167 13 .335 .407
Day .282 49 1719 259 484 106 8 60 242 27 10 172 358 40 .348 .457
Night .286 108 3795 606 1086 232 16 145 584 54 13 365 771 92 .351 .470
Inning 1-6 .295 - 3793 639 1119 253 15 151 616 59 17 384 717 100 .362 .489
Inning 7+ .262 - 1721 226 451 85 9 54 210 22 6 153 412 32 .325 .416
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 .279 17 578 80 161 33 3 23 78 6 1 50 111 10 .341 .465
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 .259 16 555 88 144 45 2 13 86 13 2 59 123 12 .334 .418
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 .275 70 2422 375 667 122 5 102 359 22 13 229 512 59 .340 .456

Pitching Splits

  W L ERA G GS S IP H R ER HR TBB IBB K
Total 92 65 4.00 157 157 42 1396.0 1307 675 621 173 460 16 1319
As Starter 68 41 4.25 157 157 0 942.2 910 480 445 127 283 6 824
As Reliever 24 24 3.49 148 0 42 453.1 397 195 176 46 177 10 495
Home 46 32 4.35 78 78 20 707.0 711 371 342 94 225 7 650
Away 46 33 3.64 79 79 22 689.0 596 304 279 79 235 9 669
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 18 6 2.87 24 24 8 213.0 174 72 68 23 49 1 214
Grass 81 57 3.98 138 138 36 1226.2 1140 592 543 150 408 15 1109
Turf 11 8 4.15 19 19 6 169.1 167 83 78 23 52 1 210
Day 27 22 4.09 49 49 14 433.0 410 217 197 50 159 8 419
Night 65 43 3.96 108 108 28 963.0 897 458 424 123 301 8 900
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 6 4.11 17 17 8 149.0 145 69 68 15 41 1 112
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 8 8 4.29 16 16 6 142.2 127 76 68 23 56 0 145
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 43 27 3.47 70 70 21 618.0 549 251 238 68 178 7 572

Batter vs. Pitcher

  AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS TBB K OBP SLG
Total .247 5301 675 1307 244 23 173 640 56 33 460 1319 .313 .399
vs. Left .242 2017 - 489 97 8 48 210 22 17 183 480 .312 .370
vs. Right .249 3284 - 818 147 15 125 430 34 16 277 839 .313 .417
As Starter .253 3598 480 910 166 18 127 438 31 20 283 824 .313 .415
As Reliever .233 1703 195 397 78 5 46 202 25 13 177 495 .313 .366
Home .261 2724 371 711 136 16 94 352 32 16 225 650 .325 .426
Away .231 2577 304 596 108 7 79 288 24 17 235 669 .299 .371
None on .244 3092 - 755 134 16 95 95 0 0 261 761 .310 .390
Runners On .250 2209 - 552 110 7 78 545 56 33 199 558 .317 .412
None on/out .259 1356 - 351 62 11 46 46 0 0 98 322 .314 .423
Scoring Pos .251 1122 - 282 58 3 38 437 17 9 132 283 .334 .410
1st IP .245 2021 - 495 89 9 63 259 28 13 184 555 .314 .391
Inning 1-6 .253 3590 475 910 166 17 118 455 41 25 300 822 .316 .408
Inning 7+ .232 1711 200 397 78 6 55 185 15 8 160 497 .305 .381
Close & Late .236 766 - 181 37 3 24 94 9 6 80 251 .315 .386
Bases Loaded .322 115 - 37 10 2 5 117 0 0 9 31 .353 .574
Vs 1st Batr .206 402 - 83 12 1 9 36 2 2 32 130 .274 .308
After (0-1) .212 2756 - 585 113 9 61 233 21 15 128 900 .255 .326
After (1-0) .258 1949 - 503 95 12 76 279 20 15 332 419 .370 .436
Two Strikes .160 2797 - 448 86 9 38 194 17 13 243 1319 .233 .238
Pitch 1-15 .254 1734 - 441 75 8 61 194 24 9 133 437 .315 .412
Pitch 16-30 .240 938 - 225 52 3 23 116 15 9 112 261 .325 .375
Pitch 31-45 .260 623 - 162 31 3 23 70 6 5 55 161 .323 .430
Pitch 46-60 .250 569 - 142 22 2 22 81 4 4 51 118 .319 .411
Pitch 61-75 .242 517 - 125 20 2 17 74 5 3 48 125 .309 .387
Pitch 76-90 .234 491 - 115 19 2 12 58 1 3 28 106 .288 .354
Pitch 91-105 .226 337 - 76 21 2 14 42 1 0 25 83 .279 .424
Pitch 106-120 .222 90 - 20 4 1 1 5 0 0 8 28 .304 .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 .237 2320 251 549 99 7 68 242 16 12 178 572 .296 .373

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