Lance Parrish - Career Statistics

Career Statistics

In a 19 year career, Parrish played in 1988 games, accumulating 1782 hits in 7067 at bats for a .252 career batting average along with 324 home runs and 1070 runs batted in. Parrish was an eight-time All-Star (1980, 1982–86, 1988, 1990), and he won three Gold Glove Awards (1983–85). Parish was a six-time winner of the Silver Slugger Award which is awarded annually to the best offensive player at each position. In 1982, he established the American League record for home runs by a catcher (32), surpassing the previous mark set by Yogi Berra and Gus Triandos, then surpassed his own mark two years later with 33. Parrish ranks sixth in Major League history in home runs as a catcher with 299, 10th among catchers in total bases with 3113, and 11th in runs batted in with 1070. He led American League catchers twice in baserunners caught stealing, once in assists and once in caught stealing percentage. Parrish finished second in fielding percentage four times and ended his career with a .991 fielding percentage.

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