Bobby Bonilla vs. Jack Armstrong

Batter vs. Pitcher Data is complete back to 1973 and mostly complete back to 1916. Data runs from 1916 to 2020 for regular season data, 1933-Present for the All-Star Game, and 1903-Present for the Postseason.

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Year PA AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS SH SF IBB HBP GDP missG missYr
19901284101530.500.5831.0001.583010010
1991330000000.000.000.000.000000010
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Individual Plate Appearances Table
Cr# Year Date Tm Opp Inn RoB Out Pit(cnt) Play Description
Cr# Year Date Tm Opp Inn RoB Out Pit(cnt) Play Description
101990reg1990-08-19PITCINahead 1-2t612-24 (2-1)Home Run (Fly Ball to Deep RF); Backman Scores; Belliard Scores
111990-08-24PITCINtied 0-0b112-14 (3-0)Popfly: 3B
12ahead 1-2b3---26 (3-2)Walk
Cr# Year Date Tm Opp Inn RoB Out Pit(cnt) Play Description
131991reg1991-07-12PITCINtied 0-0t2---02 (1-0)Popfly: 2B (2B-1B)
14ahead 0-2t312312 (1-0)Ground Ball Double Play: 2B-SS-1B
15ahead 1-3t5-2312 (1-0)Popfly: SS (Deep SS)
Cr# Year Date Tm Opp Inn RoB Out Pit(cnt) Play Description
161993reg1993-05-08NYMFLAtied 0-0b2---05 (2-2)Strikeout Swinging
17down 3-1b4---25 (3-1)Groundout: SS-1B
18down 4-2b61--04 (1-2)Strikeout Looking
191993-06-30NYMFLAtied 0-0t1-2-15 (3-1)Walk
20ahead 0-1t3---22 (1-0)Lineout: RF
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