Standard Batting

Standard Batting
Year Age Tm Lg G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS OPS+ TB GDP HBP SH SF IBB Pos Awards
196620HOUNL19773000000004.000.000.000.000-100000000
196822HOUNL20565358100411123.151.164.170.3332920110/3879
196923SDPNL1395324836412320924666445123.255.322.482.804127233133107*3
197024SDPNL1566365728414817638863556150.259.328.509.836126291114138*3/5
197125SDPNL1566395658114925327845263119.264.339.462.801133261174256*3AS
197226SDPNL151643563871412723811115670127.250.333.508.8411452861223514*3AS,MVP-8
197327SDPNL1455985297314325222809854146.270.343.450.793128238128169*3AS
197428SDPNL1194373685376160145410262108.207.319.364.6839613410115637
197529TOTMLB83260237263783829022283.156.231.316.5475175510033/D
197529DETAL45173156162342418021752.147.231.276.5074143400003/D
197529MONNL38878110144141100531.173.230.395.6256932110033
197630TOTMLB165545582026311019.178.327.356.683921600002/73D
197630MONNL14494058202631916.200.347.400.7471081600001/73
197630OAKAL2650000000013.000.167.000.167-47000001/D
10 Yrs100438633422481833141251735205231383902.243.322.451.77211915438223102555
162 Game Avg.1626235527813423428848562146.243.322.451.772119249134249
SDP (6 yrs)86634853080442780130221634814827350773.253.331.469.8001271443752292450
MON (2 yrs)52136121152261617311447.182.272.397.669834811004
HOU (2 yrs)39636088100411127.133.145.150.295-10920110
OAK (1 yr)2650000000013.000.167.000.167-47000001
DET (1 yr)45173156162342418021752.147.231.276.507414340000
NL (10 yrs)95736843261465810137231695025229365847.248.326.460.78612315007823102554
AL (2 yrs)47179161162342418021855.143.229.267.496394340001

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Nate Colbert was the Padres first star. On July 25th, 1972, Nate became the first Padres player to bat in an all-star game, drawing a walk and scoring the winning run for the NL. A week later on August 1, 1972, he hit 5 home runs and drove in 13 runs against the Braves in Atlanta Fulton County Stadium. He is the all time Padres home run leader with 163.

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