Del Pratt vs. Scott Perry

Batter vs. Pitcher Data is complete back to 1973 and mostly complete back to 1916. Data runs from 1916 to 2021 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
19181092000111.222.300.222.522000000
1919983000210.375.444.375.819000001
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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
101918reg1918-06-29NYYPHAdown 2-1t8--32Groundout: 2B-1B
Cr# Year Date Tm Opp Inn RoB Out Pit(cnt) Play Description
111919reg1919-04-28NYYPHAdown 1-0b21--0Groundout: 3B-2B/Forceout at 2B
12down 1-0b4-2-2Lineout: SS
13down 2-0b6-2-2Foul Popfly: RF
14down 2-1b812-2Single to P; Pipp Scores; Baker to 2B
15tied 2-2b101--2Batted Ball: Unknown out on play
161919-05-06NYYPHAtied 0-0t1-232Walk
17tied 0-0t3--32Single to CF; Peckinpaugh Scores
18ahead 0-1t6---0Single
19ahead 0-1t7-2-2Fielder's Choice SS; Peckinpaugh out at 3B/SS-3B
Cr# Year Date Tm Opp Inn RoB Out Pit(cnt) Play Description
201920reg1920-04-14NYYPHAahead 0-1t2---1Groundout: 2B-1B
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