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Batting splits

  AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS TBB K GDP OBP SLG
Total .249 99 3387 394 843 178 15 76 373 31 20 354 789 94 .325 .378
vs. Left .250 - 1146 - 287 64 3 28 133 8 6 119 272 37 .329 .385
vs. Right .248 - 2241 - 556 114 12 48 240 23 14 235 517 57 .324 .374
Home .254 52 1738 200 441 107 6 32 186 16 10 197 389 52 .333 .377
Away .244 47 1649 194 402 71 9 44 187 15 10 157 400 42 .317 .378
None on .244 - 1893 - 462 97 9 44 44 0 0 183 445 0 .318 .375
Runners On .255 - 1494 - 381 81 6 32 329 31 20 171 344 94 .335 .382
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 .288 16 562 83 162 32 4 14 79 4 3 61 106 17 .360 .434
None on/out .235 - 824 - 194 39 4 19 19 0 0 93 193 0 .321 .362
Scoring Pos .243 - 812 - 197 49 2 17 284 15 5 109 196 40 .332 .371
ScPos/2Out .215 - 376 - 81 19 1 7 110 8 3 65 110 0 .346 .327
Close & Late .239 - 616 - 147 25 3 9 62 9 5 74 158 16 .331 .333
Bases Loaded .274 - 84 - 23 4 0 3 63 0 0 5 20 10 .303 .429
Batting #1 .281 - 431 63 121 28 4 6 32 8 5 36 86 7 .340 .406
Batting #2 .245 - 421 48 103 24 2 4 39 5 1 27 78 10 .298 .340
Batting #3 .272 - 383 47 104 21 0 17 63 0 2 57 66 9 .364 .460
Batting #4 .256 - 371 40 95 18 0 14 55 0 2 65 94 13 .371 .418
Batting #5 .281 - 370 43 104 18 0 12 49 2 4 45 85 12 .363 .427
Batting #6 .210 - 366 29 77 16 1 8 39 3 1 34 101 11 .287 .325
Batting #7 .224 - 361 39 81 15 4 4 24 2 2 31 92 12 .287 .321
Batting #8 .218 - 340 35 74 19 2 6 30 6 3 33 94 11 .298 .338
Batting #9 .244 - 344 50 84 19 2 5 42 5 0 26 93 9 .307 .355
As ph for dh 1.000 - 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1.000 1.000
As P .250 - 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 .250 .250
As C .232 - 362 32 84 18 1 9 45 0 1 19 81 11 .274 .362
As 1B .271 - 362 50 98 22 1 12 47 3 2 66 100 12 .389 .436
As 2B .275 - 411 52 113 26 0 4 40 2 6 42 57 10 .339 .367
As 3B .209 - 363 44 76 13 1 7 35 3 1 30 99 12 .280 .309
As SS .254 - 362 40 92 20 4 6 25 3 4 37 96 8 .333 .381
As LF .270 - 367 34 99 17 2 4 45 2 3 37 89 11 .347 .360
As CF .224 - 339 48 76 20 2 3 27 11 0 36 94 9 .305 .322
As RF .246 - 394 44 97 21 4 6 29 7 2 26 92 8 .297 .365
As dh (not ph) .251 - 375 39 94 20 0 23 69 0 0 52 63 12 .343 .488
As ph (not dh) .255 - 47 7 12 1 0 2 9 0 0 8 16 1 .386 .404
As PR - - 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 - -
All DH .253 - 376 41 95 20 0 23 71 0 0 53 63 12 .346 .489
All PH .271 - 48 8 13 1 0 2 11 0 0 9 16 1 .407 .417
After (0-1) .226 - 1812 - 410 86 9 25 158 12 9 82 533 50 .267 .325
After (1-0) .256 - 1264 - 324 66 4 38 161 12 7 272 256 36 .391 .405
Two Strikes .186 - 1868 - 347 67 6 25 147 11 9 182 789 30 .263 .268
Grass .249 92 3124 354 777 158 14 67 333 29 19 328 725 89 .325 .373
Turf .251 7 263 40 66 20 1 9 40 2 1 26 64 5 .324 .437
Day .235 30 1027 116 241 44 4 28 109 10 8 111 241 33 .311 .367
Night .255 69 2360 278 602 134 11 48 264 21 12 243 548 61 .332 .382
Inning 1-6 .256 - 2253 274 576 128 10 61 260 21 14 242 509 69 .332 .403
Inning 7+ .235 - 1134 120 267 50 5 15 113 10 6 112 280 25 .313 .328
vs.Bal .256 13 446 45 114 19 1 10 41 3 3 41 102 16 .327 .370
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 .266 3 94 13 25 4 0 4 12 0 0 13 11 3 .352 .436
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 .220 10 328 34 72 18 1 10 31 3 5 31 89 5 .292 .372
vs.Oak .238 7 239 28 57 8 1 9 26 3 1 23 55 10 .311 .393
vs.Sea .250 3 104 10 26 3 0 3 9 0 0 7 26 1 .301 .365
vs.Tex .275 6 193 29 53 10 0 3 27 0 3 23 49 11 .362 .373
vs.Tor .294 7 255 40 75 23 1 10 40 3 1 22 51 6 .354 .510
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 .284 2 74 8 21 5 0 0 8 1 1 12 16 2 .384 .351
vs.Hou .373 3 110 21 41 6 3 2 19 1 1 14 15 8 .438 .536
vs.TB .229 9 315 37 72 23 1 4 37 2 0 43 89 1 .330 .346
Pre All-Star .246 95 3248 367 800 170 15 68 347 30 20 340 769 91 .323 .371
Post All-Star .309 4 139 27 43 8 0 8 26 1 0 14 20 3 .370 .540

Pitching Splits

  W L ERA G GS S IP H R ER HR TBB IBB K
Total 47 52 3.73 99 99 23 899.0 879 411 373 97 270 10 801
As Starter 33 35 3.95 99 99 0 611.1 608 297 268 72 180 3 516
As Reliever 14 17 3.29 97 0 23 287.2 271 114 105 25 90 7 285
Home 26 26 3.51 52 52 10 482.0 470 213 188 43 148 6 436
Away 21 26 3.99 47 47 13 417.0 409 198 185 54 122 4 365
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 9 7 3.67 16 16 2 147.0 143 65 60 15 28 3 137
Grass 44 48 3.72 92 92 22 833.2 818 381 345 91 254 9 746
Turf 3 4 3.86 7 7 1 65.1 61 30 28 6 16 1 55
Day 13 17 3.31 30 30 6 280.0 251 114 103 25 87 5 277
Night 34 35 3.93 69 69 17 619.0 628 297 270 72 183 5 524
vs.Bal 6 7 4.00 13 13 3 117.0 119 55 52 9 32 2 110
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 3 0 1.67 3 3 2 27.0 21 5 5 0 6 0 19
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 4 6 3.98 10 10 3 86.0 96 52 38 15 28 1 70
vs.Oak 3 4 2.84 7 7 1 63.1 46 23 20 4 26 2 59
vs.Sea 1 2 8.28 3 3 1 25.0 32 24 23 7 8 0 18
vs.Tex 4 2 4.25 6 6 2 53.0 54 26 25 4 15 0 51
vs.Tor 3 4 4.79 7 7 1 62.0 67 35 33 12 18 0 49
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 2 0 2.57 2 2 1 21.0 14 6 6 1 9 0 16
vs.Hou 2 1 2.08 3 3 0 26.0 18 6 6 3 8 1 29
vs.TB 4 5 2.95 9 9 1 85.1 68 30 28 7 26 1 71
Pre All-Star 43 52 3.83 95 95 21 863.0 855 405 367 97 264 10 775
Post All-Star 4 0 1.50 4 4 2 36.0 24 6 6 0 6 0 26

Batter vs. Pitcher

  AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS TBB K OBP SLG
Total .255 3446 411 879 193 20 97 386 59 17 270 801 .310 .407
vs. Left .253 1550 - 392 81 15 48 174 31 7 129 354 .312 .417
vs. Right .257 1896 - 487 112 5 49 212 28 10 141 447 .309 .399
As Starter .257 2362 297 608 133 16 72 260 48 13 180 516 .311 .419
As Reliever .250 1084 114 271 60 4 25 126 11 4 90 285 .308 .382
Home .254 1849 213 470 130 10 43 197 34 10 148 436 .311 .405
Away .256 1597 198 409 63 10 54 189 25 7 122 365 .310 .410
None on .251 2009 - 504 115 15 61 61 0 0 139 479 .303 .414
Runners On .261 1437 - 375 78 5 36 325 59 17 131 322 .321 .397
None on/out .241 870 - 210 45 11 27 27 0 0 62 214 .295 .411
Scoring Pos .263 817 - 215 43 2 14 265 15 2 86 177 .328 .372
1st IP .249 1290 - 321 67 5 34 156 19 5 107 328 .308 .388
Inning 1-6 .259 2291 292 594 132 17 71 274 42 13 171 493 .311 .425
Inning 7+ .247 1155 119 285 61 3 26 112 17 4 99 308 .309 .372
Close & Late .220 615 - 135 26 1 13 49 7 3 48 184 .281 .328
Bases Loaded .143 56 - 8 0 1 0 27 0 0 6 12 .215 .179
Vs 1st Batr .252 262 - 66 11 1 6 31 4 1 21 74 .307 .370
After (0-1) .214 1777 - 380 82 11 45 159 21 6 73 546 .249 .348
After (1-0) .278 1280 - 356 79 8 38 157 18 6 197 255 .374 .441
Two Strikes .179 1792 - 321 61 9 29 124 15 4 137 801 .240 .272
Pitch 1-15 .264 1129 - 298 62 6 32 120 15 4 85 274 .318 .415
Pitch 16-30 .226 592 - 134 26 1 18 72 9 1 53 150 .289 .365
Pitch 31-45 .268 406 - 109 28 5 9 50 11 3 25 72 .311 .429
Pitch 46-60 .265 355 - 94 18 2 16 52 1 1 27 87 .313 .462
Pitch 61-75 .268 365 - 98 18 4 11 37 9 3 20 88 .308 .430
Pitch 76-90 .258 298 - 77 23 2 4 26 9 5 23 67 .316 .389
Pitch 91-105 .239 234 - 56 16 0 7 25 4 0 24 45 .312 .397
Pitch 106-120 .197 66 - 13 2 0 0 4 1 0 13 17 .346 .227
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 .186 129 6 24 7 1 0 6 1 1 6 26 .226 .256

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