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Batting splits

  AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS TBB K GDP OBP SLG
Total .242 156 5349 593 1296 267 20 119 565 58 25 517 1280 133 .314 .366
vs. Left .243 - 1637 - 398 94 6 39 177 15 7 160 402 46 .317 .379
vs. Right .242 - 3712 - 898 173 14 80 388 43 18 357 878 87 .313 .361
Home .253 75 2515 283 637 156 8 45 268 25 11 277 570 67 .330 .375
Away .233 81 2834 310 659 111 12 74 297 33 14 240 710 66 .299 .359
None on .236 - 3053 - 722 151 14 62 62 0 0 276 746 0 .306 .356
Runners On .250 - 2296 - 574 116 6 57 503 58 25 241 534 133 .324 .380
March .250 1 36 1 9 2 0 1 1 0 0 3 6 0 .325 .389
April .246 26 883 111 217 53 3 21 102 9 7 104 218 28 .333 .384
May .247 28 976 115 241 51 4 20 111 8 4 105 232 21 .325 .369
June .230 28 930 84 214 40 4 20 80 10 6 81 227 28 .297 .346
July .263 25 862 101 227 47 4 20 97 5 3 82 184 23 .330 .397
August .232 28 979 111 227 41 2 19 108 17 1 90 246 21 .299 .336
September .236 20 683 70 161 33 3 18 66 9 4 52 167 12 .296 .372
None on/out .230 - 1323 - 304 64 7 27 27 0 0 128 300 0 .306 .350
Scoring Pos .231 - 1246 - 288 64 2 29 423 28 8 151 305 54 .313 .356
ScPos/2Out .196 - 581 - 114 25 1 11 153 15 5 87 169 0 .315 .299
Close & Late .231 - 986 - 228 40 3 12 97 22 6 100 271 21 .309 .314
Bases Loaded .316 - 117 - 37 7 0 5 97 0 0 7 28 13 .331 .504
Batting #1 .266 - 672 104 179 36 6 8 43 16 7 56 142 12 .327 .374
Batting #2 .259 - 663 84 172 35 2 10 65 8 1 41 120 16 .306 .363
Batting #3 .283 - 608 72 172 33 0 30 106 1 2 77 117 14 .363 .485
Batting #4 .245 - 592 65 145 31 3 22 90 3 2 82 151 19 .342 .419
Batting #5 .248 - 577 59 143 25 0 14 60 3 5 73 149 17 .336 .364
Batting #6 .219 - 579 43 127 26 1 13 64 6 1 48 151 15 .292 .335
Batting #7 .195 - 570 51 111 22 4 8 42 3 2 46 154 17 .258 .289
Batting #8 .223 - 547 52 122 30 2 9 42 10 5 52 149 12 .297 .335
Batting #9 .231 - 541 63 125 29 2 5 53 8 0 42 147 11 .292 .320
As ph for dh .143 - 7 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 0 .250 .143
As P .158 - 19 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 9 0 .158 .158
As C .223 - 557 45 124 27 1 10 58 0 1 40 131 14 .275 .329
As 1B .225 - 564 65 127 27 1 16 64 4 2 95 169 16 .342 .362
As 2B .272 - 647 89 176 37 0 9 61 10 7 61 97 15 .333 .371
As 3B .210 - 585 59 123 25 1 9 51 6 2 40 160 17 .270 .303
As SS .247 - 582 63 144 30 4 11 45 6 5 52 149 11 .315 .369
As LF .266 - 595 60 158 29 5 9 75 5 3 46 145 16 .327 .376
As CF .210 - 553 68 116 25 3 6 38 16 0 54 149 12 .285 .298
As RF .262 - 607 67 159 34 5 9 51 10 4 42 132 14 .318 .379
As dh (not ph) .263 - 558 64 147 30 0 38 111 0 0 75 107 17 .353 .522
As ph (not dh) .240 - 75 8 18 3 0 2 9 0 0 11 29 1 .352 .360
As PR - - 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 - -
All DH .262 - 565 66 148 30 0 38 113 0 0 76 110 17 .352 .517
All PH .232 - 82 9 19 3 0 2 11 0 0 12 32 1 .344 .341
After (0-1) .219 - 2893 - 633 133 12 43 248 18 10 135 871 72 .261 .318
After (1-0) .253 - 1999 - 505 98 5 54 232 21 9 382 409 49 .374 .388
Two Strikes .182 - 2982 - 543 106 8 39 217 17 10 266 1280 48 .253 .262
Grass .244 136 4635 508 1129 233 19 98 481 48 23 457 1091 117 .316 .365
Turf .234 20 714 85 167 34 1 21 84 10 2 60 189 16 .300 .373
Day .232 44 1495 165 347 66 4 39 158 18 10 160 373 42 .309 .360
Night .246 112 3854 428 949 201 16 80 407 40 15 357 907 91 .316 .369
Inning 1-6 .249 - 3547 416 882 186 13 94 396 30 18 351 797 95 .321 .388
Inning 7+ .230 - 1802 177 414 81 7 25 169 28 7 166 483 38 .300 .324
vs.Bal .251 19 654 62 164 27 1 19 57 4 5 56 148 22 .316 .382
vs.LAA .180 7 261 19 47 8 0 4 18 4 1 24 68 2 .248 .257
vs.CWS .164 7 232 22 38 12 1 2 22 3 0 35 54 4 .286 .250
vs.Cle .247 7 243 28 60 12 2 5 28 3 1 29 59 10 .339 .374
vs.Det .243 6 202 16 49 6 1 4 15 5 1 14 46 6 .297 .342
vs.KC .237 7 228 32 54 9 1 6 28 2 1 26 42 6 .319 .364
vs.Mil .202 3 104 8 21 5 0 2 6 1 2 8 27 3 .259 .308
vs.Min .243 6 206 23 50 11 2 6 23 1 0 10 47 3 .275 .403
vs.NYY .231 16 528 63 122 25 3 19 60 4 5 47 142 8 .299 .398
vs.Oak .238 7 239 28 57 8 1 9 26 3 1 23 55 10 .311 .393
vs.Sea .257 6 206 22 53 13 0 4 21 3 0 24 58 3 .345 .379
vs.Tex .275 6 193 29 53 10 0 3 27 0 3 23 49 11 .362 .373
vs.Tor .258 19 678 82 175 45 2 19 81 12 1 50 157 13 .313 .414
vs.Atl .309 4 139 22 43 8 1 1 19 2 0 18 28 4 .385 .403
vs.ChC .252 3 103 10 26 5 0 1 10 0 1 11 25 1 .325 .330
vs.Cin .262 4 141 16 37 7 0 2 16 3 1 14 33 4 .333 .355
vs.Hou .333 7 246 44 82 14 3 5 41 2 1 31 39 13 .403 .476
vs.Pit .211 3 95 3 20 6 0 0 3 1 0 7 26 3 .276 .274
vs.StL .214 3 98 6 21 5 1 0 6 0 0 5 19 2 .248 .286
vs.TB .224 16 553 58 124 31 1 8 58 5 1 62 158 5 .311 .327
Pre All-Star .246 95 3248 367 800 170 15 68 347 30 20 340 769 91 .323 .371
Post All-Star .236 61 2101 226 496 97 5 51 218 28 5 177 511 42 .299 .360

Pitching Splits

  W L ERA G GS S IP H R ER HR TBB IBB K
Total 68 88 4.01 156 156 36 1411.2 1400 689 629 153 473 19 1173
As Starter 47 61 4.39 156 156 0 930.1 938 496 454 109 327 3 737
As Reliever 21 27 3.27 153 0 36 481.1 462 193 175 44 146 16 436
Home 31 44 4.06 75 75 12 691.0 702 348 312 66 244 8 599
Away 37 44 3.96 81 81 24 720.2 698 341 317 87 229 11 574
April 13 13 3.95 26 26 8 236.2 255 122 104 23 76 2 217
May 13 15 3.71 28 28 5 259.2 253 113 107 27 96 4 230
June 12 16 3.63 28 28 8 247.2 222 109 100 31 69 1 208
July 10 15 4.44 25 25 3 223.0 235 121 110 24 68 3 189
August 12 16 4.14 28 28 7 261.0 246 128 120 23 106 6 183
September 8 12 4.41 20 20 5 175.2 183 94 86 24 57 3 137
Grass 60 76 3.98 136 136 33 1233.0 1228 597 545 137 413 15 1044
Turf 8 12 4.23 20 20 3 178.2 172 92 84 16 60 4 129
Day 19 25 3.71 44 44 10 405.1 381 181 167 37 134 7 371
Night 49 63 4.13 112 112 26 1006.1 1019 508 462 116 339 12 802
vs.Bal 8 11 4.16 19 19 5 171.0 178 85 79 16 49 2 161
vs.LAA 2 5 3.00 7 7 2 72.0 63 26 24 3 28 5 60
vs.CWS 4 3 2.88 7 7 2 68.2 61 26 22 8 16 2 74
vs.Cle 2 5 3.17 7 7 1 65.1 62 26 23 4 16 0 55
vs.Det 1 5 4.85 6 6 1 52.0 68 30 28 8 14 0 35
vs.KC 6 1 2.90 7 7 4 62.0 52 21 20 2 15 0 43
vs.Mil 0 3 4.66 3 3 0 29.0 40 17 15 3 7 0 32
vs.Min 4 2 2.77 6 6 2 55.1 46 18 17 5 19 1 51
vs.NYY 6 10 4.49 16 16 4 138.1 147 83 69 24 57 1 102
vs.Oak 3 4 2.84 7 7 1 63.1 46 23 20 4 26 2 59
vs.Sea 1 5 7.27 6 6 1 52.0 62 44 42 8 20 0 43
vs.Tex 4 2 4.25 6 6 2 53.0 54 26 25 4 15 0 51
vs.Tor 7 12 5.24 19 19 3 170.0 193 109 99 26 65 2 110
vs.Atl 4 0 3.00 4 4 2 36.0 36 12 12 2 15 0 35
vs.ChC 0 3 6.67 3 3 0 27.0 31 20 20 5 7 0 27
vs.Cin 4 0 2.77 4 4 3 39.0 30 12 12 3 14 0 24
vs.Hou 4 3 4.00 7 7 0 63.0 61 30 28 10 25 1 58
vs.Pit 0 3 4.88 3 3 0 24.0 29 16 13 6 7 0 18
vs.StL 1 2 3.24 3 3 1 25.0 23 9 9 2 10 0 14
vs.TB 7 9 3.21 16 16 2 145.2 118 56 52 10 48 3 121
Pre All-Star 43 52 3.83 95 95 21 863.0 855 405 367 97 264 10 775
Post All-Star 25 36 4.30 61 61 15 548.2 545 284 262 56 209 9 398

Batter vs. Pitcher

  AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS TBB K OBP SLG
Total .259 5408 689 1400 304 29 153 647 86 31 473 1173 .321 .411
vs. Left .261 2595 - 677 143 19 76 310 48 16 256 542 .331 .418
vs. Right .257 2813 - 723 161 10 77 337 38 15 217 631 .312 .403
As Starter .262 3582 496 938 195 22 109 437 68 23 327 737 .326 .420
As Reliever .253 1826 193 462 109 7 44 210 18 8 146 436 .311 .393
Home .264 2662 348 702 178 13 66 324 46 17 244 599 .327 .415
Away .254 2746 341 698 126 16 87 323 40 14 229 574 .315 .407
None on .251 3089 - 774 168 20 94 94 0 0 248 678 .311 .409
Runners On .270 2319 - 626 136 9 59 553 86 31 225 495 .333 .413
None on/out .249 1351 - 336 69 13 44 44 0 0 110 304 .312 .417
Scoring Pos .272 1325 - 360 80 3 26 462 23 4 152 293 .341 .395
1st IP .258 2130 - 549 122 8 53 262 33 12 178 494 .317 .397
Inning 1-6 .264 3604 497 953 201 23 110 467 62 24 319 737 .326 .425
Inning 7+ .248 1804 192 447 103 6 43 180 24 7 154 436 .312 .383
Close & Late .227 941 - 214 47 3 24 89 9 4 80 237 .294 .360
Bases Loaded .213 108 - 23 5 1 1 70 0 0 10 25 .262 .306
Vs 1st Batr .252 441 - 111 19 1 15 46 6 1 31 107 .303 .401
After (0-1) .218 2761 - 603 123 14 70 272 29 10 127 800 .258 .349
After (1-0) .286 2023 - 578 125 12 60 256 28 15 346 373 .391 .448
Two Strikes .182 2760 - 502 98 11 49 213 21 9 243 1173 .252 .279
Pitch 1-15 .264 1838 - 486 106 9 49 185 21 9 141 396 .319 .412
Pitch 16-30 .248 941 - 233 48 2 26 130 17 5 93 223 .316 .386
Pitch 31-45 .278 647 - 180 49 5 16 92 17 3 50 122 .335 .444
Pitch 46-60 .253 554 - 140 23 3 21 77 1 3 54 134 .316 .419
Pitch 61-75 .259 555 - 144 27 7 17 72 12 4 42 127 .316 .425
Pitch 76-90 .262 458 - 120 26 3 12 47 11 7 44 89 .333 .410
Pitch 91-105 .237 329 - 78 23 0 9 33 5 0 34 63 .315 .389
Pitch 106-120 .224 85 - 19 2 0 3 11 2 0 15 18 .346 .353
Pitch 121-135 .000 1 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 .000
Pre All-Star .258 3317 405 855 186 19 97 380 58 16 264 775 .314 .413
Post All-Star .261 2091 284 545 118 10 56 267 28 15 209 398 .333 .407

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