The following fields, which appear in the same order here as they do on the biographical pages, are seen & used in the miscellaneous statistics section.
More information about many of the official statistics can be found in the: A link, which reads Stats, that goes to a player's appearance at the Midsummer Classic - includes ALL the All-Star Games they were named too and not just those in which they played in.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the data in the G column is a dark maroon link, click it and up will appear comprehensive hitting logs that show every game the player appeared in and links to those boxscores.
The following fields, which appear in the same order here as they do on the biographical pages, are seen & used in the fielding statistics section.
More information about many of the official statistics can be found in the: Games Started.
A new stat that began in 2000 which shows the number of games the player started in at the position listed versus entering after the opening pitch or later in the game.
Taken and divided by three will produce the number of innings played at the position as well.
This glossary is designed to assist fans and researchers with the various fields used by our dynamic applications.A dash (-) in this column means the player did not make it to the World Series.A n/a in this column means no World Series was played in that particular season.Each of the 18,000 player pages on Baseball Almanac follows the same easy to navigate, but very powerful feature set.
If you explore this page carefully, we guarantee you will find an item you have not seen or used before! The sponsor box is a place where you can add your own message to the player page.
Can also contain Not Applicable for players debuting before 1965 OR players who were already signed prior to the first draft.