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Batting splits

  AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS TBB K GDP OBP SLG
Total .244 125 4281 480 1046 217 17 93 457 38 20 429 1002 114 .317 .368
vs. Left .247 - 1389 - 343 80 4 30 149 10 6 141 333 42 .323 .375
vs. Right .243 - 2892 - 703 137 13 63 308 28 14 288 669 72 .314 .365
Home .254 64 2140 247 544 128 7 40 232 17 10 240 477 61 .332 .377
Away .234 61 2141 233 502 89 10 53 225 21 10 189 525 53 .303 .360
None on .237 - 2432 - 577 121 11 49 49 0 0 226 589 0 .308 .356
Runners On .254 - 1849 - 469 96 6 44 408 38 20 203 413 114 .329 .383
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 17 594 68 138 24 2 11 66 6 0 54 135 14 .293 .335
None on/out .230 - 1054 - 242 47 5 20 20 0 0 110 236 0 .310 .341
Scoring Pos .236 - 996 - 235 55 2 21 342 18 5 131 234 48 .323 .358
ScPos/2Out .201 - 463 - 93 22 1 8 124 8 3 76 130 0 .327 .305
Close & Late .225 - 816 - 184 31 3 11 80 13 5 87 222 20 .308 .311
Bases Loaded .293 - 92 - 27 6 0 3 76 0 0 6 20 11 .313 .457
Batting #1 .269 - 540 80 145 31 5 6 36 8 5 47 109 10 .330 .378
Batting #2 .257 - 533 66 137 29 2 5 48 7 1 33 98 13 .306 .347
Batting #3 .279 - 484 60 135 27 0 24 89 1 2 66 85 10 .362 .483
Batting #4 .243 - 473 50 115 22 1 18 71 1 2 73 117 16 .348 .408
Batting #5 .267 - 464 52 124 23 0 14 53 2 4 58 115 15 .353 .407
Batting #6 .219 - 462 33 101 22 1 9 50 3 1 41 118 14 .291 .329
Batting #7 .208 - 453 46 94 19 4 6 30 3 2 40 118 14 .273 .307
Batting #8 .208 - 438 39 91 22 2 6 34 7 3 37 123 11 .278 .308
Batting #9 .240 - 434 54 104 22 2 5 46 6 0 34 119 11 .301 .334
As ph for dh .333 - 3 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 .500 .333
As P .200 - 15 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 0 .200 .200
As C .229 - 450 35 103 21 1 9 52 0 1 29 102 13 .277 .340
As 1B .252 - 456 56 115 25 1 15 56 3 2 78 127 14 .367 .410
As 2B .285 - 520 72 148 32 0 5 48 5 6 51 74 12 .346 .375
As 3B .213 - 464 54 99 18 1 8 39 4 1 35 119 14 .276 .308
As SS .231 - 458 43 106 25 4 7 32 3 4 46 123 9 .309 .349
As LF .260 - 470 47 122 20 3 7 57 3 3 40 114 14 .328 .360
As CF .205 - 438 55 90 22 2 3 29 12 0 42 128 11 .281 .285
As RF .260 - 496 58 129 27 5 7 40 7 2 33 105 13 .309 .377
As dh (not ph) .257 - 451 49 116 26 0 30 93 0 0 64 80 13 .349 .514
As ph (not dh) .233 - 60 7 14 1 0 2 9 0 0 10 22 1 .361 .350
As PR - - 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 - -
All DH .258 - 454 51 117 26 0 30 95 0 0 65 81 13 .350 .513
All PH .238 - 63 8 15 1 0 2 11 0 0 11 23 1 .368 .349
After (0-1) .222 - 2306 - 512 107 9 31 200 14 9 105 678 62 .261 .317
After (1-0) .254 - 1594 - 405 78 5 47 193 16 7 324 324 41 .382 .398
Two Strikes .182 - 2365 - 430 85 6 31 180 14 9 217 1002 40 .254 .262
Grass .245 112 3819 426 935 190 16 79 403 35 19 388 887 103 .318 .365
Turf .240 13 462 54 111 27 1 14 54 3 1 41 115 11 .308 .394
Day .226 36 1219 132 276 47 4 32 125 12 8 132 298 37 .304 .350
Night .251 89 3062 348 770 170 13 61 332 26 12 297 704 77 .323 .375
Inning 1-6 .253 - 2848 335 720 158 12 73 320 24 14 295 635 81 .326 .394
Inning 7+ .227 - 1433 145 326 59 5 20 137 14 6 134 367 33 .300 .318
vs.Bal .256 13 446 45 114 19 1 10 41 3 3 41 102 16 .327 .370
vs.LAA .179 5 196 16 35 6 0 3 15 3 0 21 52 2 .255 .255
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 .228 13 425 49 97 21 2 13 46 3 5 40 112 8 .297 .379
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 .256 13 453 51 116 35 1 14 51 3 1 36 100 11 .314 .430
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.StL .214 3 98 6 21 5 1 0 6 0 0 5 19 2 .248 .286
vs.TB .230 12 417 44 96 26 1 6 44 3 0 50 118 2 .320 .341
Pre All-Star .246 95 3248 367 800 170 15 68 347 30 20 340 769 91 .323 .371
Post All-Star .238 30 1033 113 246 47 2 25 110 8 0 89 233 23 .298 .360

Pitching Splits

  W L ERA G GS S IP H R ER HR TBB IBB K
Total 56 69 3.89 125 125 30 1136.0 1122 539 491 124 378 15 958
As Starter 39 46 4.19 125 125 0 761.2 766 391 355 90 263 3 613
As Reliever 17 23 3.27 123 0 30 374.1 356 148 136 34 115 12 345
Home 29 35 3.87 64 64 11 591.0 590 286 254 57 203 7 507
Away 27 34 3.91 61 61 19 545.0 532 253 237 67 175 8 451
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 8 9 3.80 17 17 6 161.0 151 72 68 18 68 5 105
Grass 52 60 3.82 112 112 28 1021.2 1004 477 434 112 337 14 867
Turf 4 9 4.49 13 13 2 114.1 118 62 57 12 41 1 91
Day 16 20 3.54 36 36 9 333.0 307 143 131 33 114 5 315
Night 40 49 4.03 89 89 21 803.0 815 396 360 91 264 10 643
vs.Bal 6 7 4.00 13 13 3 117.0 119 55 52 9 32 2 110
vs.LAA 2 3 2.33 5 5 2 54.0 43 16 14 3 19 5 39
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 5 8 4.38 13 13 4 113.0 122 69 55 19 45 1 85
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 10 5.81 13 13 1 113.0 137 80 73 19 45 0 78
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.StL 1 2 3.24 3 3 1 25.0 23 9 9 2 10 0 14
vs.TB 5 7 3.10 12 12 2 110.1 90 41 38 9 39 1 94
Pre All-Star 43 52 3.83 95 95 21 863.0 855 405 367 97 264 10 775
Post All-Star 13 17 4.09 30 30 9 273.0 267 134 124 27 114 5 183

Batter vs. Pitcher

  AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS TBB K OBP SLG
Total .258 4348 539 1122 243 26 124 505 74 23 378 958 .319 .411
vs. Left .262 2070 - 543 111 17 63 242 43 12 202 439 .331 .424
vs. Right .254 2278 - 579 132 9 61 263 31 11 176 519 .309 .400
As Starter .261 2932 391 766 165 21 90 344 60 19 263 613 .324 .424
As Reliever .251 1416 148 356 78 5 34 161 14 4 115 345 .309 .386
Home .260 2273 286 590 154 12 57 264 37 13 203 507 .322 .413
Away .256 2075 253 532 89 14 67 241 37 10 175 451 .317 .410
None on .257 2480 - 637 137 19 81 81 0 0 194 561 .315 .425
Runners On .260 1868 - 485 106 7 43 424 74 23 184 397 .325 .393
None on/out .252 1087 - 274 55 13 36 36 0 0 88 247 .313 .426
Scoring Pos .259 1073 - 278 64 2 17 352 21 3 121 226 .329 .370
1st IP .255 1685 - 430 88 6 42 206 26 6 146 403 .317 .389
Inning 1-6 .265 2887 390 764 167 22 88 367 54 18 258 593 .326 .429
Inning 7+ .245 1461 149 358 76 4 36 138 20 5 120 365 .307 .376
Close & Late .219 802 - 176 36 2 18 64 7 4 63 216 .283 .337
Bases Loaded .198 81 - 16 4 1 1 50 0 0 6 14 .237 .309
Vs 1st Batr .264 341 - 90 12 1 11 37 6 1 27 84 .319 .402
After (0-1) .218 2225 - 485 102 14 56 213 27 7 103 657 .257 .352
After (1-0) .286 1626 - 465 101 9 48 205 22 11 275 301 .390 .448
Two Strikes .182 2218 - 403 76 11 38 160 19 6 193 958 .250 .277
Pitch 1-15 .267 1444 - 385 78 7 39 147 19 4 118 326 .324 .411
Pitch 16-30 .233 751 - 175 37 2 21 100 12 2 71 180 .298 .372
Pitch 31-45 .283 502 - 142 40 5 12 69 16 3 40 87 .339 .454
Pitch 46-60 .258 442 - 114 20 3 18 64 1 3 43 106 .320 .439
Pitch 61-75 .264 455 - 120 22 6 15 52 11 4 30 105 .313 .437
Pitch 76-90 .257 382 - 98 23 3 8 35 10 7 32 79 .321 .395
Pitch 91-105 .246 289 - 71 21 0 8 29 4 0 30 56 .318 .401
Pitch 106-120 .207 82 - 17 2 0 3 9 1 0 14 18 .337 .341
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 .259 1031 134 267 57 7 27 125 16 7 114 183 .338 .406

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