don baylor career stats


Don Baylor Career Stats


Career Overview


Don Baylor, born on June 28th 1949, was an American professional baseball player, who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 1970 to 1988 with an impressive career spanning 19 seasons.
During his career, he played for six American League teams, earning a reputation as one of the most feared hitters in the league.
He made his major league debut on June 24th 1970 as a member of the Baltimore Orioles, going on to amass an impressive 646 career home runs. He was the 1979 AL MVP and 3-time All-Star.
After retiring from baseball in 1988, he went on to become a manager, leading teams like the Colorado Rockies and the Chicago Cubs.


Career Stats Highlights


    • Games Played: 2,292


    • At-bats: 7,850


    • Runs: 1,276


    • Hits: 2,135


    • Doubles: 393


    • Triples: 36


    • Home Runs: 646


    • Batting Average: .260


    • Slugging Percentage: .436


    • On-base Plus Slugging: .794


    • Runs Batted In: 1,540



Baylor was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2003.


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