Sunday, November 29, 2015

Even HR Splits for Raul

Ibanez Career -- Home: 889 GP, 124 HR; Road: 889 GP, 124 HR.

Even HR Splits for Raul

(David Swanson/Staff Photographer)
(David Swanson/Staff Photographer)

In his career, Raul Ibanez has hit 124 home runs in 889 regular season home games ... and 124 home runs in 889 regular season road games.

Here are the career home/road stats for Ibanez (shown at left following his most recent home run, at Citizens Bank Park on July 31):

  Home Away
Games 889 889
Hits-AB      868-3039      890-3209
Batting Avg.       .286 .277
Walks 307 290
Strikeouts 519 575
On-Base Pct. .351 .336
   Singles 543 555
   Doubles 177 192
   Triples 24 19
   Home Runs 124 124
Total Bases 1465 1492
Slugging Pct. .482 .465
Runs 448 465
RBI 522 509
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