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Jonathan Arauz: Career Batting


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Jonathan Arauz: Personal Data

Name: Jonathan Arauz
Full Name: Jonathan Aldair Arauz
Current Team: Boston Red Sox
Position: Second Baseman, Third Baseman and Shortstop
Bats: Both
Throws: Right
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 195 lb
Rookie Status: Still Intact through 2020
Contract Status: Not Updated
Pronounced: ah-rah-OOZ
Date of Birth: 1998-08-03
Birthplace: Alanje, Panama


Jonathan Arauz: Career Batting

Through games of Thursday, 24 September 2020.
All results are from true, unadjusted data.

Handedness Key:   + R   * L   # S

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Year Team Position(s) PA BA BABIP SA HA PF BBA KA OBA TBA TOP
2020 Red Sox 2B/3B/SS/DH 70 0.234 0.326 0.266 0.214 1.133 0.086 0.257 0.300 0.243 441
Career All C/1B/DH 70 0.234 0.326 0.266 0.214 1.133 0.086 0.257 0.300 0.243 441

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