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Happ, J.A. - Career Batting

Happ, J.A.: Personal Data

Number: #33
Position: SP
Birth Date: October 19, 1982
Birth Place: Peru, IL
Age: 34
Weight: 205 lbs.
Height: 6-5
Bats: L
Throws: L
Experience: 10 years
College: Northwestern


Happ, J.A.: Career Batting

Through games of Thursday, 17 August 2017.
All results are from true, unadjusted data.

Handedness Key:   + R   * L   # S

(You can also look up the stat definitions.)

Year Team PA BA BABIP SA HA PF BBA KA OBA TBA TOP  
2007phi1.000-----.000.000-----.0001.000.000.0001  
2008phi7.000.000.000.000-----.000.571.000.0001  
2009phi44.093.143.116.0911.250.023.341.114.11468  
2010hou22.000.000.000.000-----.000.318.000.0001  
2010phi5.000.000.000.000-----.200.400.200.00087  
2011hou46.163.240.256.1521.571.065.370.217.239300  
2012hou35.094.188.094.0861.000.086.457.171.086111  
2014tor4.000-----.000.000-----.0001.000.000.0001  
2015pit22.091.222.091.0911.000.000.591.091.09147  
2015sea2.000.000.000.000-----.500.000.500.000690  
2016tor7.286.500.286.2861.000.000.429.286.286463  
 career:195.097.165.124.0921.278.046.421.138.11897  

For explanations of unconventional stats, see the Baseball Stats Definitions page.




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