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2019 Projections (Rest of Season Projections - seasonal age 29)
PA AVG HR R RBI SB DRC+ WARP
359 .245 9 43 37 7 103 3.5
Birth Date12-28-1989
Height5' 10"
Weight187 lbs
Age29 years, 3 months, 22 days
BatsR
ThrowsR
0.32015
0.12016
3.52017
1.52018
3.52019
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WARP Summary

MLB Statistics

YEAR TEAM AGE G PA H 2B 3B HR BB SO HBP SB CS AVG OBP SLG DRC+ DRAA BRR FRAA BWARP
2015 LAN 25 20 37 6 2 0 0 6 6 1 1 0 .207 .361 .276 94 -0.1 -0.2 1.5 0.3
2016 LAN 26 21 37 5 1 0 0 5 9 0 0 0 .156 .270 .188 78 -0.9 0.3 0.0 0.1
2017 LAN 27 102 262 63 15 2 8 39 43 5 4 1 .289 .408 .486 122 8.0 0.5 15.0 3.5
2018 LAN 28 100 238 41 5 0 4 31 67 6 4 3 .205 .329 .290 74 -6.6 1.1 10.1 1.5
2019 LAN 29 15 52 10 1 0 2 9 8 1 1 0 .244 .385 .415 108 0.1 -0.4 1.4 0.4
Career258626125242149013313104.240.365.375990.51.228.15.7

Statistics for All Levels

'opp' stats - Quality of opponents faced - have been moved and are available only as OPP_QUAL in the Statistics reports now.
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YEAR Team Lg LG G PA oppAVG oppOBP oppSLG BABIP BPF BRAA repLVL POS_ADJ DRC+ DRC+ SD FRAA BRR DRAA BWARP
2011 JAM A- NYP 57 250 .255 .329 .355 .315 107 3.2 7.2 0.9 125 0 2.0 -3.1 -0.2 0.7
2012 GRB A SAL 123 566 .259 .333 .386 .343 108 27.4 16.7 0.5 143 0 6.5 -0.2 18.2 4.2
2013 JUP A+ FSL 98 417 .255 .323 .370 .298 93 4.6 12.2 2.3 120 0 3.2 -0.1 0.7 1.8
2013 JAX AA SOU 19 74 .241 .314 .356 .392 98 6.3 2.0 0.4 180 0 -1.5 0.0 4.8 0.6
2014 JUP A+ FSL 44 200 .258 .317 .362 .364 99 5.3 5.9 3.6 144 0 2.5 -3.3 5.6 1.4
2014 JAX AA SOU 78 348 .255 .332 .383 .299 100 25.5 9.6 1.8 145 0 2.8 0.7 11.8 2.8
2015 LAN MLB NL 20 37 .257 .320 .403 .261 89 -0.3 1.0 0.4 94 9 1.5 -0.2 -0.1 0.3
2015 OKL AAA PCL 81 335 .268 .331 .410 .331 95 24.8 9.3 5.3 143 0 17.9 -1.5 9.0 4.1
2016 LAN MLB NL 21 37 .245 .315 .406 .217 90 -2.7 1.0 0.4 78 12 0.0 0.3 -0.9 0.1
2016 OKL AAA PCL 85 385 .269 .335 .413 .335 95 20.8 10.8 4.7 129 0 15.8 3.3 5.9 4.2
2017 LAN MLB NL 102 262 .265 .334 .440 .329 92 17.5 7.7 3.4 122 12 15.0 0.5 8.0 3.5
2018 LAN MLB NL 100 238 .248 .319 .402 .287 97 -5.2 6.7 3.1 74 9 10.1 1.1 -6.6 1.5
2019 LAN MLB NL 15 52 .256 .334 .471 .250 99 0.5 1.6 0.9 108 21 1.4 -0.3 0.1 0.4

Statistics For All Levels

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Year Team lvl LG PA AB R H 2B 3B HR TB RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG ISO SF SH
2011 JAM A- NYP 250 219 33 63 13 0 1 79 19 25 22 6 1 .288 .369 .361 .073 1 1
2012 GRB A SAL 566 478 76 152 36 3 12 230 65 59 61 9 2 .318 .401 .481 .163 3 17
2013 JAX AA SOU 74 62 10 21 2 2 1 30 7 12 10 0 0 .339 .446 .484 .145 0 0
2013 JUP A+ FSL 417 350 42 91 15 1 4 120 38 52 59 5 2 .260 .367 .343 .083 5 0
2014 JUP A+ FSL 200 180 24 57 11 2 1 75 14 19 25 3 3 .317 .385 .417 .100 0
2014 JAX AA SOU 348 284 56 84 20 2 12 144 43 50 36 8 0 .296 .406 .507 .211 5
2015 LAN MLB NL 37 29 4 6 2 0 0 8 1 6 6 1 0 .207 .361 .276 .069 0 1
2015 OKL AAA PCL 335 292 40 92 17 2 9 140 42 35 36 12 2 .315 .389 .479 .164 4 1
2016 LAN MLB NL 37 32 3 5 1 0 0 6 2 5 9 0 0 .156 .270 .188 .031 0 0
2016 OKL AAA PCL 385 336 59 99 22 5 6 149 39 43 53 18 3 .295 .380 .443 .149 1 1
2017 LAN MLB NL 262 218 35 63 15 2 8 106 38 39 43 4 1 .289 .408 .486 .197 0 0
2018 LAN MLB NL 238 200 32 41 5 0 4 58 14 31 67 4 3 .205 .329 .290 .085 0 1
2019 LAN MLB NL 52 41 9 10 1 0 2 17 5 9 8 1 0 .244 .385 .415 .171 1 0

Plate Discipline

YEAR Pits Zone% Swing% Contact% Z-Swing% O-Swing% Z-Contact% O-Contact% SwStr% CSAA
2015 160 0.4563 0.4125 0.8333 0.5890 0.2644 0.9070 0.6957 0.1667 0.0020
2016 149 0.5101 0.4832 0.7361 0.7237 0.2329 0.8000 0.5294 0.2639 0.0000
2017 1069 0.4864 0.3611 0.8549 0.5500 0.1821 0.9161 0.6800 0.1451 0.0000
2018 999 0.5125 0.3574 0.8067 0.4961 0.2115 0.8661 0.6602 0.1933 0.0000
2019 199 0.4623 0.3769 0.7600 0.6087 0.1776 0.8214 0.5789 0.2400 0.0000
Career25760.49420.37110.82070.54610.20120.88210.65680.17930.0001

Injury History  —  No longer being updated

Last Update: 12/31/2014 23:59 ET

Date On Date Off Transaction Days Games Side Body Part Injury Severity Surgery Date Reaggravation

Compensation

Year Team Salary
2019 LAN $575,000
2018 LAN $555,000
2017 LAN $545,000
2016 LAN $512,500
2015 LAN $
YearsDescriptionSalary
3 yrPrevious$1,612,500
2019Current$575,000
4 yrPvs + Cur$2,187,500
4 yrTotal$2,187,500

 

Service TimeAgentContract Status
2 y 124 d1 year/$0.555M (2018)

Details
  • 1 year/$0.555M (2018). Renewed by LA Dodgers 3/18.
  • 1 year (2017). Re-signed by LA Dodgers 3/17.
  • 1 year/$0.5125M (2016). Re-signed by LA Dodgers 3/16.
  • 1 year (2015). Contract selected by Miami 11/20/14. Acquired by LA Dodgers in trade from Miami 12/10/14. Signed by LA Dodgers 3/15.
  • Drafted by Miami 2011 (9-283) (Arizona State). $95,000 signing bonus.

2019 Preseason Forecast

Last Update: 1/27/2017 12:35 ET

PCT PA R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG DRC+ VORP FRAA WARP
90o 413 56 99 20 2 12 48 54 87 9 3 .283 .387 .454 125 32.2 C 20 5.5
80o 395 51 92 19 2 11 44 49 85 8 3 .274 .376 .440 117 26.3 C 19 4.8
70o 381 48 85 18 1 10 41 46 84 8 3 .261 .361 .414 112 22.3 C 19 4.3
60o 370 46 80 17 1 9 39 43 82 7 3 .252 .350 .396 107 19.1 C 18 3.9
50o 359 43 76 16 1 9 37 41 81 7 2 .245 .343 .390 103 16.2 C 17 3.5
40o 348 41 71 15 1 8 35 39 80 7 2 .236 .331 .372 99 13.4 C 17 3.1
30o 337 39 67 14 1 8 33 36 78 6 2 .229 .321 .365 94 10.6 C 16 2.8
20o 323 36 62 13 1 7 31 34 76 6 2 .220 .313 .348 89 7.6 C 16 2.4
10o 305 32 57 12 1 7 28 30 73 5 2 .213 .299 .343 82 3.7 C 15 1.9
Weighted Mean3624477161938428172.247.345.39110416.9C 183.6

Preseason Long-Term Forecast (Beyond the 2019 Projections)

Playing time estimates are based on performance, not Depth Charts.
Year Age PA R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB AVG OBP SLG DRC+ WARP VORP BRR POS_ADJ REP_ADJ RAA FRAA
20203044254861811147531027.230.333.3721014.417.81.34.811.40.422.6
20213145056911811148521036.236.334.3781014.618.11.24.811.60.623.8
20223246758931811250541065.234.335.3761024.819.11.24.812.01.124.7
20233344355881811148511033.234.334.3771014.417.31.14.511.40.423.5
2024344185083171104446982.229.326.366964.014.51.04.110.8-1.422.2
2025354145081161104347981.230.329.366964.014.41.04.010.6-1.221.9
202636391477615194144930.229.327.365963.713.20.93.610.0-1.420.7
202737370457214193842880.227.327.362963.512.50.93.49.5-1.319.6
202838359437014193741880.227.326.365953.411.80.93.29.2-1.519.0

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Rank Score Name Year DRC+ Trend
1 85 Carlos Ruiz 2008 80
2 81 Francisco Cervelli 2015 105
3 81 George Kottaras 2012 108
4 80 Steve Holm 2009 86
5 79 Jose Lobaton 2014 73
6 79 Ryan Hanigan 2010 119
7 79 Jake Smolinski 2018 66
8 78 Brayan Pena 2011 87
9 78 Eric Campbell 2016 74
10 77 Daric Barton 2015 0 DNP
11 77 Brian Buscher 2010 0 DNP
12 77 Curtis Casali 2018 101
13 77 John Baker 2010 65
14 76 Ryan Spilborghs 2009 80
15 76 Gaby Sanchez 2013 113
16 75 Matt Downs 2013 0 DNP
17 75 Steve Clevenger 2015 98
18 74 John Jaso 2013 102
19 74 Justin Turner 2014 130
20 74 Landon Powell 2011 68
21 74 Dan Johnson 2009 0 DNP
22 74 Alejandro De Aza 2013 97
23 74 Mike Baxter 2014 72
24 73 Mike Fontenot 2009 73
25 73 Gabe Gross 2009 82
26 73 Luis Valbuena 2015 120
27 73 Eric Sogard 2015 80
28 73 Josh Bard 2007 100
29 73 Josh Phegley 2017 80
30 73 Ryan Garko 2010 71
31 73 Alex Presley 2015 84
32 72 Rob Johnson 2012 73
33 72 Travis d'Arnaud 2018 80
34 72 Chris Coghlan 2014 110
35 72 Russell Martin 2012 102
36 72 Terrmel Sledge 2006 84
37 72 Jose Martinez 2018 119
38 72 Dioner Navarro 2013 133
39 72 Abraham Almonte 2018 69
40 71 Jonathan Lucroy 2015 93
41 71 Smoky Burgess 1956 104
42 71 John Stearns 1981 94
43 71 Michael McKenry 2014 111
44 71 Collin Cowgill 2015 62
45 71 Russ Adams 2010 0 DNP
46 71 Kevin Youkilis 2008 147
47 71 Travis Buck 2013 0 DNP
48 71 Brian Bogusevic 2013 94
49 71 Daniel Nava 2012 100
50 71 Dustin Garneau 2017 68
51 71 Shane Robinson 2014 72
52 71 Travis Ishikawa 2013 59
53 70 Mike Edwards 2006 70
54 70 Matt Carpenter 2015 133
55 70 Cliff Bolton 1936 81
56 70 Travis Snider 2017 0 DNP
57 70 Chris Burke 2009 70
58 70 Andy LaRoche 2013 88
59 70 Bill Freehan 1971 127
60 70 Yonder Alonso 2016 90
61 70 Nolan Reimold 2013 68
62 70 Brian Downing 1980 108
63 70 Ronny Paulino 2010 92
64 70 Eric Fryer 2015 95
65 70 Esteban German 2007 90
66 70 Jesus Guzman 2013 87
67 70 Jeff Salazar 2010 0 DNP
68 70 Brandon Guyer 2015 111
69 70 Nate Freiman 2016 0 DNP
70 70 Mike Rose 2006 64
71 70 Seth Smith 2012 104
72 69 Brock Holt 2017 69
73 69 Mitch Maier 2011 69
74 69 Victor Martinez 2008 88
75 69 Jack Hannahan 2009 73
76 69 Roberto Perez 2018 52
77 69 Kevin Frandsen 2011 0 DNP
78 69 Ben Zobrist 2010 96
79 69 A.J. Ellis 2010 80
80 69 David Murphy 2011 100
81 69 Adam Rosales 2012 95
82 69 Desmond Jennings 2016 81
83 69 Xavier Paul 2014 63
84 69 Stephen Vogt 2014 125
85 69 Johnny Giavotella 2017 75
86 69 Gregor Blanco 2013 86
87 69 Steve Pearce 2012 96
88 69 Brett Gardner 2013 98
89 69 Ruben Gotay 2012 0 DNP
90 69 Roger Bernadina 2013 39
91 69 Chris Herrmann 2017 83
92 68 Skip Schumaker 2009 91
93 68 Carl Taylor 1973 101
94 68 Sandy Leon 2018 58
95 68 Jim Essian 1980 86
96 68 John Wockenfuss 1978 121
97 68 Welington Castillo 2016 90
98 68 David Lough 2015 67
99 68 Craig Gentry 2013 102
100 68 Sherm Lollar 1954 97

BP Annual Player Comments

YearComment
2019  Due to publishing agreements, the 2019 player comments and team essays are only available in the Baseball Prospectus 2019 book (available in hardcopy, and soon e-book and Kindle).
2018 Since arriving from Miami in the Dee Gordon deal a few years back, Barnes has quietly and steadily evolved into the poster child of the Dodgers' penchant for developing athletic catchers. The mitt was dynamite by virtually all measurements, and in a testament to his agility he managed to log 76 innings at second base when he wasn't saving runs behind the dish. His advanced approach played well in his first sustained look at big-league pitching, with consistent gap-to-gap contact bolstering a surge in slugging. On a WARP-by-PA rate basis, he produced the second most value of any catcher in baseball. It all came to a head when he rode a hot second half to a borderline-unfathomable unseating of one of the league's most productive incumbents come playoff time. With two more pre-arbitration seasons to come, Barnes will enter 2018 as a delightful bargain for the leveraged Dodgers, and a primary driver of a classic Good Problem To Have for the team's catching depth chart.
2017 Known for his positional flexibility—he can play catcher, second and third—Austin Barnes should spend more time getting acquainted with first base, a spot he rarely reached as a major-league hitter.
2016 Barnes continued his run as one of baseball's most interesting, most overlooked prospects in 2015. He focused on logging innings behind the plate in Triple-A, and after playing in the infield 45 times in 2014, Barnes did so just twice last year. It's certainly true that he lacks an impact profile, but a backup catcher/second baseman/third baseman who can routinely make solid contact? That's a valuable asset in an era when teams need 17-man bullpens to roster all their specialists, like the arm reserved for lefties under six feet tall and that guy with a particular talent for inducing groundballs right to the bag at third base. Given the way Barnes handled Oklahoma City last season, it shouldn't be a surprise to see him spend considerable time with the Dodgers this year, though his prospects for seeing routine playing time are more dubious.
2015 He may not have been the best prospect in Miami's system, but Barnes was making a strong case as the most interesting before he was included in the Dee Gordon deal. His ascent through the minors has been slowed by the organization's deep cast of catching prospects, but he showed last year why he's part of the big-league club's future. Barnes pairs solid, but not great, defensive ability at two critical positions: catcher and second base. That's plus-plus utility. Without any loud tools, his carrying skill should still be his bat. He has a solid approach and a short swing that lends itself to line-drive power. He really stroked at Jacksonville last year, and if he was a little old for the league, well, shoot, isn't Foreigner a little old to be touring? That doesn't stop us from rocking out to Head Games more than once in a while.
2013 After serving primarily as a catcher for Arizona State, Austin Barnes successfully transitioned to second base during the second half of last year, but expectations stemming from his offensive performance in the Sally League should be tempered because he was old for the level.

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BP Chats

DateQuestionAnswer
2019-04-17 13:00:00 (link to chat)Who Is worth more at the end of the season, Austin Barnes or Mitch Garver?
(Alex from Austin)
The change in my wallet.

If I have to bet I'll take Barnes, but I would also not bet on guys who should be backup catcher if I could avoid it. (Craig Goldstein)
2019-03-15 16:00:00 (link to chat)Mark-What am I missing when I look at Austin Barnes 4.0 WARP on the team page?
(sportsguy21792 from Cube by the window)
That does stand out a bit, doesn't it? Barnes was an awesome defender in a backup role in 2017, and was worth 3.5 WARP that season, so I'd imagine a lot of those defensive numbers are baked into the 4.0. (Mark Barry)
2017-10-24 20:00:00 (link to chat)Who are your World Series MVP picks for each team?
(k3o3r9n0 from Boson)
If I were really clever I'd say somebody who unexpectedly gets hot. Like Charlie Morton or Josh Reddick or Alex Wood or Austin Barnes. But I'll go the easy route: If the Dodgers win, I could see Jansen getting four saves with something like 8 Ks, 2 H, no walks in 6 IP. If the Astros win, doesn't it seem like it'll be because Verlander gets two (three?) wins, 15-20 IP? - Rob M (World Series Chat)
2017-04-28 13:30:00 (link to chat)Texas' Josh Morgan us intriguing. Do you see them continuing to develop him as a C-IF?
(Pietro Crespi from Macondo)
Morgan is intriguing, and they're doing the same thing with Isiah Kiner-Falefa, I believe. It seems like there's the potential to generate something useful out of a guy with those skills, but Austin Barnes is kinda the posterboy for that and so far we've seen him be used as a generic backup catcher...sooo...yeah (Craig Goldstein)
2017-04-28 13:30:00 (link to chat)Thoughts on Austin Barnes? Future star in the making?
(rschultzy20 from stl )
I think I've been a more critical voice on Barnes. He's a fun little piece but you have to ask yourself what you're really getting here. He's not outframing Grandal and his positional versatility is only useful if you're willing to chance it on not carrying a third catcher, or if you have a third catcher in the mold of like...Evan Gattis. Otherwise you're not actually capitalizing on the roster spot. Also he's 27. (Craig Goldstein)
2017-01-31 19:00:00 (link to chat)Standard 8-team 5x5 NL-only keeper league (keep up to 8 with inflation - +$2, +$4, +$8, +$16, etc.) with 2 catchers. I have Realmuto as one of my keepers. Am I OK trying to get Andrew Susac or Austin Barnes for $1 as my second keeper?
(Kingpin from Iowa)
I'd prefer Susac to Barnes there. I think he'll get much more PT and will probably be decent-ish. That seems like a good use of $1, especially in a 2 catcher NL only. Godspeed. (Mark Barry)
2016-12-01 19:00:00 (link to chat)Will Austin Barnes have any value in 2017?
(ssimon from Pelham, N.Y.)
In NL-only. (Mike Gianella)
2017-01-18 20:00:00 (link to chat)Standard 5x5 NL-only keeper league, each team is allowed to keep 8 with salary escalators (+$2 in year two, +$4 in year three, +8 in year four, etc.) Is either Andrew Susac or Austin Barnes worth picking up for $1 as a 2nd catcher?
(Kingpin from Grinnell, IA)
Absolutely on Susac. (Bret Sayre)
2017-01-18 20:00:00 (link to chat)Hey man, tell me a reason other than playing time Austin Barnes can't put up realmuto numbers.
(Alex from Mississippi)
Because he's two years older than Realmuto and has a career .545 OPS in the majors. Wait, that was two reasons. (Bret Sayre)
2015-09-24 13:00:00 (link to chat)Austin Barnes had a nice year in AAA. What do you see his role next year and can he ever become a starting major league C?
(ColeWhittier from Pasadena, CA)
I grew up fascinated by the Tyler Houstons and Michael Barretts of the world-the catchers who could play other positions-so Barnes is in my wheelhouse and I find him more interesting than I should.

You're correct that Barnes had a good year-that's true whenever a catcher hits .315 with a roughly one-to-one strikeout-to-walk ratio-but I'm not sure if he's ever going to be an everyday starting backstop. He's a little smaller than the typical catcher, and his tools aren't loud (even his defense is considered more good than great). Factor in who's ahead of him on that Dodgers depth chart, and I kinda want them to use him as a cheat code: plug him in on Sundays at catcher, then at second or third base once or twice throughout the week to get him his plate appearances.

I don't know what the Dodgers' actual plan is for Barnes, but I think that would be pretty cool-especially since the rest of their roster (Seager, Peraza) would allow them to roll without a traditional backup shortstop; if they trusted Barnes as their backup catcher that would, in theory, allow them two extra bench spots to do with as they pleased.

Basically, Barnes has the chance to become the next Ben Zobrist-which is to say, the player with special defensive flexibility whose name is cheapened by incessant half-brain comparisons. (R.J. Anderson)
2015-08-25 13:00:00 (link to chat)Is Austin Barnes a starter in MLB? With the Dodgers? 2B/3B/C Super Sub?
(Phillip from Dallas)
I think super-sub is a more likely landing spot. Not sure he's a long-term catcher, but not sure the bat is good enough to play everyday at third base. A very intriguing bench piece though. (Christopher Crawford)
2015-01-09 13:00:00 (link to chat)What is Austin Barnes' likely position going forward? Or will he be a Zobrist type?
(Fred from Los Angeles)
Ben Zobrist "type" but don't go in expecting Ben Zobrist production. Versatility is the new black. (NL West Top 10s With Nick Faleris)
2014-10-13 13:00:00 (link to chat)Austin Barnes has hit at every level with great K/BB rates. I know that he was a bit old for some levels but do you think he has a chance to be an average regular in the majors?
(Festivus313 from Pittsburgh)
Barnes is a favorite of mine, not because he's so good but because he does two things that I love in prospects. I love guys who walk more than they strike out and I love guys who offer positional versatility. He has just enough pop to be a big league bat, though not one who necessarily plays every day. But now that he's seeing time at 2B and 3B, he has become an incredibly valuable guy to a big league roster. He can definitely be a super-utility guy, and having a guy like that who can also catch is huge for a team. I'd want him on my roster/bench and I'd use him a lot. (Jeff Moore)


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Advanced Catching Metrics

Year lvl CSAA Framing Runs Blocking Chances EPAA Blocking Runs SB Attempts SRAA TRAA Throwing Runs FRAA Adj. FRAA
2011 A- .000 0.0 1297 -.001 0.6 36 -.042 -.002 1.0 0.8 2.0
2012 A .000 0.0 764 -.002 0.5 29 -.003 -.003 0.1 0.8 6.5
2013 A+ .000 0.0 2501 -.004 3.0 61 .029 -.011 -0.8 1.4 3.2
2013 AA -.011 -1.1 348 .000 0.0 16 .029 .003 -0.3 -2.6 -1.5
2014 AA .016 4.2 975 .000 0.0 23 .028 -.001 -0.3 3.9 2.8
2014 A+ .000 0.0 1781 -.003 1.6 50 -.047 -.004 1.5 2.9 2.5
2015 AAA .025 19.0 3184 .000 0.3 66 -.003 .000 0.1 19.7 17.9
2015 MLB .012 0.9 355 -.007 0.7 8 .025 .000 -0.1 2.2 1.5
2016 AAA .027 18.1 0 .000 0.0 46 .013 .000 -0.4 17.2 15.8
2016 MLB .009 0.4 225 .001 0.0 2 .019 -.001 0.0 0.3 0.0
2017 MLB .033 14.8 1982 -.003 1.6 28 .028 -.002 -0.5 15.8 15.0
2018 MLB .019 8.3 1970 -.002 1.0 18 .004 -.006 -0.1 9.2 10.1
2019 MLB .015 1.7 480 .000 0.0 5 .004 .000 0.0 1.6 1.4

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