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Dave Stewart: 539 Allowed in 1903-1995 Postseason

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3 Tms
415
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Handedness
283
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Home or Away
276
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Postseason
296
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9 Opps
128
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9 Parks
221
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Batted Ball Type
143
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Locat
141
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General field locations when available.
Fldr
139
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Pitches
104
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Count
87
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Pitch data mostly complete since 1988.
Def Position
64
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Bases
340
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Leverage
230
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Inning
75
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GameTot
3· gms 2
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OrderPos
66
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RelScore
59
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Stats Summary for Matching Plate Appearances

Stats Summary for Matching Plate Appearances Table
G PA R AB H 2B 3B HR BB IBB SO HBP SH SF ROE GDP BA OBP SLG OPS BAbip WPA LI RE24
225394148099130134817344368.206.282.315.597.2171.61.0518

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Results Table
Cr# Yr# Gm# Date Series Gm# Tm Opp Batter Score Inn RoB Out Pit(cnt) R WPA RE24 LI Play Description
111
221
331
441
551
661
771
881
991
10101
11111
12121
13131
14141
15152
16161
17171
18182
19193
20201
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