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Scott Heineman: Career Batting

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Scott Heineman: Personal Data

Name: Scott Heineman
Full Name: Scott Matthew Heineman
Current Team: Texas Rangers
Position: Outfielder and First Baseman
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 205 lb
Rookie Status: Still Intact through 2020
Service Time (as of 01/2020): 0.146 years
Free Agency Year (as of 01/2020): 2026
Contract Status: Pre-Arb Eligible
Pronounced: HY-neh-min
Date of Birth: 1992-12-04
Birthplace: Pacific Palisades, CA
Colleges: Crespi Carmelite HS (Encino, CA)

Scott Heineman: Career Batting

Through games of Tuesday, 29 September 2020.
All results are from true, unadjusted data.

Handedness Key:   + R   * L   # S

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2019 Rangers CF/RF/LF/1B 85 0.213 0.264 0.373 0.188 1.750 0.106 0.235 0.306 0.329 528
2020 Rangers CF/LF/DH/1B/RF 54 0.154 0.175 0.269 0.148 1.750 0.037 0.204 0.185 0.259 249
Career All P/DH 139 0.189 0.226 0.331 0.173 1.750 0.079 0.223 0.259 0.302 400

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