Where can I find baseball stats?

Where can I find baseball stats?

In many cases, statistical data is only a small part of these sites have to offer.

  • ESPN. ESPN offers a variety of statistics on players who are currently active.
  • MLB.com.
  • Baseball-Reference.com.
  • Retrosheet.org.
  • BaseballProspectus.com.
  • FanGraphs.com.
  • BaseballMusings.com.
  • Baseball-Almanac.com.

What happened to Luis Aparicio?

Aparicio played his final game on Sept. 28, 1973 at the age of 40 and officially retired after he was released by the Red Sox in March of 1974. At the time of his retirement, he held the record for shortstops in games played, double plays turned and assists. He finished his career with 2,677 hits and 506 stolen bases.

How did Nellie Fox die?

Skin cancer
Nellie Fox/Cause of death

Fox was diagnosed with skin cancer in 1973. In October 1975, he was admitted to the Baltimore Cancer Research Center and treated for lymphatic cancer. Fox died on December 1, 1975, at the age of 47.

How many times did Nellie Fox strike out?

Over these years, Fox batted . 299 and had 561 walks while striking out only 146 times. This would come to be one of Nellie’s defining traits: A refusal to give in at the plate. Fox ranks as one of the toughest outs in Major League Baseball history, recording only 216 strikeouts in more than 10,000 plate appearances.

How many stolen bases did Luis Aparicio have?


Luis Aparicio
Stolen bases 506
Chicago White Sox (1956–1962) Baltimore Orioles (1963–1967) Chicago White Sox (1968–1970) Boston Red Sox (1971–1973)
Career highlights and awards

Was Nellie Fox married?

During Christmas 1943; he had his first date with Joanne Statler, a girl from St. Thomas. They became engaged on Christmas Day, 1946, and were married in June, 1948. He is survived by his wife and two daughters, Tracy and Bonnie.

Is Nellie Fox dead?

Deceased (1927–1975)
Nellie Fox/Living or Deceased

What does G stand for in baseball?

Games Played (G) Grand Slam (GSH) Ground Into Double Play (GIDP) Groundout-to-Airout Ratio (GO/AO) Hit-by-pitch (HBP)

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