Tim Wallach vs. Tom Glavine

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
1988762000010.333.429.333.762000010
1989982101110.250.333.7501.083000000
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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
101989reg1989-04-29MONATLahead 3-4b5-2-16 (3-2)Walk
111989-07-03MONATLtied 0-0t2---14 (1-2)Reached on E3 (catch) (Ground Ball to 3B)
12tied 0-0t4---12 (1-0)Flyball: CF
13tied 0-0t7---12 (1-0)Reached on E5 (throw) (Ground Ball); Wallach to 2B
141989-07-17MONATLtied 0-0b2---12 (1-0)Lineout: SS (Deep SS-3B Hole)
15ahead 0-1b4---11 (0-0)Double to RF (Fly Ball to Deep RF)
16ahead 0-4b6---02 (0-1)Groundout: 1B-P (2B-1B)
Cr# Year Date Tm Opp Inn RoB Out Pit(cnt) Play Description
171990reg1990-05-03MONATLahead 0-1b1---21 (0-0)Groundout: 1B unassisted
18tied 1-1b312326 (2-2)Strikeout Swinging
19tied 1-1b6-2-13 (2-0)Flyball: LF (Deep LF-CF)
201990-05-30MONATLtied 0-0t2---1Groundout: P-1B
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