Stolen Bases

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List Of Major League Baseball Players With 20 Triples - See Also Related Lists
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Luis Durango - Professional Career - San Diego Padres
... League Padres, hitting for a.378 batting average and stealing 17 bases in 39 games ... the year with the Eugene Emeralds, playing in 69 games, hitting.367 with 17 stolen bases ... Team World at the All-Star Futures Game, going 1–for–2 with one stolen base ...
Seattle Mariners Minor League Players - James Jones
... He also had eight stolen bases ... His 41 runs and 19 stolen bases were team highs ... He played 33 games in right field, seven at first base, three at designated hitter and one in left field ...
Scott Cousins - Professional Career
... hit.292 with 18 home runs, 74 RBI's, and 16 stolen bases ... for the Jacksonville Suns, Cousins batted.263 with 74 RBI's, 12 home runs, 27 stolen bases, and led all AA with 11 triples (also setting a Marlins' minor league record) ... Cousins hit.285 with 14 home runs, 49 RBI's, and 12 stolen bases for the New Orleans Zephyrs in the AAA Pacific Coast League before being called up on September 2, 2010 ...
Stolen Base Percentage
... Stolen base percentage is a statistic used in baseball ... A player's stolen base percentage (aka SB%) measures his rate of success in stealing bases ... Because stolen bases tend to help a team less than times caught stealing hurt, a player needs to have a high stolen base percentage in order to contribute much value to his team ...

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    Bernard Mandeville (1670–1733)