Stat-urday, 4/28/2018


In his seven years in the Major Leagues, Tony Solaita hit 50 home runs and amassed a career batting average of .255. Interestingly, in just four years in Japan, Solaita hit 155 home runs with a .268 batting average. In comparison, he hit 167 home runs with a batting average of .266 in nine years in the minors (all levels). Forty-nine of his minor league home runs came during the 1968 season, likely resulting in his brief 1968 call-up in September that year. Check out his career stats below, courtesy of Baseball Reference.

Happy Stat-urday!

~ baseballrebecca

Year Parent Club League/ Level G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BA
1965 Yankees Rookie 45 110 12 28 4 0 1 14 0.255
1966 Yankees Rookie, A 93 277 38 73 13 1 4 60 0.264
1967 Yankees A 128 400 53 97 9 4 14 64 0.243
1968 Yankees A Rookie 138 467 106 141 20 3 49 122 0.302
1968 Yankees MLB 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.000
1969 White Sox/ Yankees AA, AAA 110 321 50 78 9 4 23 62 0.243
1970 Yankees AAA 130 396 62 122 24 2 19 87 0.308
1971 Yankees AAA 117 349 72 82 15 2 19 54 0.235
1972 Yankees AA,AAA 125 381 61 88 13 2 15 60 0.231
1973 Pirates AAA 132 438 71 126 18 2 23 74 0.288
1974 Royals MLB 96 239 31 64 12 0 7 30 0.268
1975 Royals MLB 93 231 35 60 11 0 16 44 0.260
1976 Royals/ Angels MLB 94 283 29 74 13 0 9 42 0.261
1977 Angels MLB 116 324 40 78 15 0 14 53 0.241
1978 Angels MLB 60 94 10 21 3 0 1 14 0.223
1979 Expos/Blue Jays MLB 65 144 19 39 12 1 3 20 0.271
1980 Nippon Ham Fighters Japanese 125 447 62 107 9 0 45 95 0.239
1981 Nippon Ham Fighters Japanese 128 454 86 136 23 1 44 108 0.300
1982 Nippon Ham Fighters Japanese 130 449 65 126 22 1 30 84 0.281
1983 Nippon Ham Fighters Japanese 127 436 64 110 16 1 36 84 0.252
MLB Stats (7 Years) 525 1316 164 336 66 1 50 203 0.255

 

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