Player Batting Season & Career Stats Finder - Baseball

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Game Type
Batter's Defensive Position
  % of Games, or
  Total Games at
Minimum Playing Time

Statistical Filters (AVG, HR, RBI, WAR, etc.)

Runs Batted In



Team Filters (League, Team, Result, etc.)

Team Success

Based on team's finish at the end of the season. For 2024 season, based on current standing. For combined season searches, only the seasons that match criteria are included in results. "By Division Finish" will use Conference or League finish when Division is not relevant.


Biographical Filters (Age, Bats, etc.)


Age at season start.
Uses August 1 for winter leagues
and February 1 for summer leagues.

Year (of player's career)
Weight (lbs.)
Place of Birth/Death
Date of Birth/Death
Debut Year
Final Year
No. Franchises Played For
Name Starts/Ends With
First Name Starts w/  
First Name Ends w/  
Last Name Starts w/  
Last Name Ends w/  
Draft Status

Only players who appeared in the league will appear in search results. When a player was drafted multiple times, the most recent draft information is shown. For the complete history of every player ever drafted, see the Draft section of Baseball Reference

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Status Filters (Active, Rookie, All Star, HOF, etc.)

Rookie Status

Leave seasons with default "First" to "Last"
Rookie Explanation

Rookie status has changed over time, but for this output we are using the following standard.

Since 1971, rookies are players who have not reached
130 at bats,
50 innings pitched, or
45 days of service time prior to Sept. 1.

Before 1971, rookies are players who have not reached
90 at bats,
45 innings pitched, or
45 days of service time prior to Sept. 1.

For the service time measure, we are requiring the player did not reach 78 days of service at the end of a season. We have service time data only back to 2009.

The pre-1971 standard is applied to all seasons back to 1871 even though it was not the standard of the time.

There were several former Negro League players who were previously considered rookies when they integrated the major leagues. In some cases, their first seasons in the AL or NL no longer fit the modern definition of rookie eligibility since their major league rookie seasons came in the Negro Leagues. For example, when "Major League rookie status" is selected, Jackie Robinson's 1945 season for Kansas City will match. When "AL/NL rookie status" is selected, Robinson's 1947 season for Brooklyn will match. In cases such as Willie Mays, 1951 with New York is still considered his rookie season because he did not exceed rookie limits during his 1948 season with Birmingham.

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All-Star Selection

Checks if the player was an All Star selection during the selected season or span of seasons.

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