Bill Madlock Pittsburgh Pirates

Age: 70 (January 02, 1951) | 5' 11" | 185lbs. | Bats: Right
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
TEX AL 1973 21 77 16 27 7 9 5 3 1 5 3 2 .351 .412 .532 8 11 .388 n/a
CHN NL 1974 128 453 65 142 42 39 21 5 9 54 11 7 .313 .374 .442 8 8 .324 n/a
CHN NL 1975 130 514 77 182 42 34 29 7 7 64 9 7 .354 .402 .479 7 6 .366 n/a
CHN NL 1976 142 514 68 174 56 27 36 1 15 84 15 11 .339 .412 .500 10 5 .334 n/a
SF NL 1977 140 533 70 161 43 33 28 1 12 46 13 10 .302 .360 .426 7 6 .304 n/a
SF NL 1978 122 447 76 138 48 39 26 3 15 44 16 5 .309 .378 .481 9 8 .311 n/a
SF NL 1979 69 249 37 65 18 19 9 2 7 41 11 3 .261 .309 .398 7 7 .258 n/a
PIT NL 1979 85 311 48 102 34 22 17 3 7 44 21 8 .328 .390 .469 10 6 .331 n/a
PIT NL 1980 137 494 62 137 45 33 22 4 10 53 16 10 .277 .341 .399 8 6 .280 n/a
PIT NL 1981 82 279 35 95 34 17 23 1 6 45 18 6 .341 .412 .495 11 5 .342 n/a
PIT NL 1982 154 568 92 181 48 39 33 3 19 95 18 6 .319 .368 .488 8 6 .310 n/a
PIT NL 1983 130 473 68 153 49 24 21 0 12 68 3 4 .323 .386 .444 9 5 .319 n/a
PIT NL 1984 103 403 38 102 26 29 16 0 4 44 3 1 .253 .297 .323 6 7 .262 n/a
PIT NL 1985 110 399 49 100 39 42 23 1 10 41 3 3 .251 .323 .388 9 9 .257 n/a
LAN NL 1985 34 114 20 41 10 11 4 0 2 15 7 1 .360 .422 .447 8 9 .382 n/a
LAN NL 1986 111 379 38 106 30 43 17 0 10 60 3 3 .280 .336 .404 7 10 .289 n/a
LAN NL 1987 21 61 5 11 6 5 1 0 3 7 0 0 .180 .265 .344 9 7 .151 n/a
DET AL 1987 87 326 56 91 28 45 17 0 14 50 4 3 .279 .351 .460 7 13 .284 n/a
Career 15yrs 1806 6594 920 2008 605 510 348 34 163 860 174 90 .305 .365 .442 8 7 .308 n/a
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Well, I was in an aggressive baseball auction tonight and I ended up winning a Jack Chesbro, Chief Bender, Iron Man McGinnitty and Deacon Phillppe tobacco card (waiting for a counter on my John McGraw offer).

I wish baseball was more simplistic today.It's really a simple game.

I loved Bill Madlock....my first model bat in American Legion. I played 3B and SS with that bat. 

It's amazing how old men still revere their sports heroes.

Really wanted a Chesbro card....and Bender as well.

We are all grown up kids.

Keith Cromer Slyke
Aug 25 '18