Stat-urday, 6/2/2018


Screenshot of Mac Suzuki’s stats from

Continuing with my recent obsession with Mac Suzuki, I though I’d share some of his statistics. Suzuki’s career spanned from 1992 to 2010, beginning with one game with the class A Salinas Spurs and ending with Calgary Vipers of the independent Golden Baseball League. He played in at least five different countries: the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, and Venezuela.

During his career, Suzuki pitched in a total 1,638.1 innings in 571 games:

  • 117 MLB games over 6 seasons;
  • 197 minor league games in 9 seasons;
  • 53 games in the Nissan Professional Baseball League in 2 seasons;
  • 209 games in other foreign baseball leagues in a total of 7 seasons; and
  • 48 games in other leagues across 3 seasons.

His lifetime ERA across all levels of baseball is 4.92, having won 77 games and lost 118 games. His lifetime batting average is .114.

Happy Stat-urday!

~ baseballrebecca




One thought on “Stat-urday, 6/2/2018

  1. Mac is not getting his due in a post made today about the Mariners new pitcher!
    (of Kikuchi) “No Japanese player had come directly from high school, worked his way through the minors and made it to the big leagues….”


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