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Wade Boggs

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Career statistics

Year, TeamABRHHRRBIAVG
1982, Boston33851118544.349
1983, Boston582100210574.361
1984, Boston625109203655.325
1985, Boston653107240878.368
1986, Boston580107207871.357
1987, Boston5511082002489.363
1988, Boston584128214558.366
1989, Boston621113205354.330
1990, Boston61989187663.302
1991, Boston54693181851.332
1992, Boston51462133750.259
1993, NY Yankees56083169259.302
1994, NY Yankees366611251155.342
1995, NY Yankees46076149563.324
1996, NY Yankees50180156241.311
1997, NY Yankees35355103428.292
1998, Tampa Bay43551122752.280
1999, Tampa Bay2924088229.301
Totals9180151330101181014.328

Division series

Year, OpponentABRHHRRBIAVG
1995, Seattle194513.263
1996, Texas120100.083
1997, Cleveland71302.429
Totals385915.237

League Championship Series

Year, OpponentABRHHRRBIAVG
1986, California303702.233
1988, Oakland132503.385
1990, Oakland161711.438
1996, Baltimore151200.133
Totals7472116.284

World Series

Year, OpponentABRHHRRBIAVG
1986, NY Mets313903.290
1996, Atlanta110302.273
Totals4231205.286

Hit Milestones

No. 1 – Apr. 26, 1982, at Chicago, Rich Dotson, single.

No. 100 – Sept. 13, 1982, vs. Cleveland, Bud Anderson, single.

No. 500 – Sept. 9, 1984, vs. New York, Mike Armstrong, single.

No. 1,000 – Apr. 30, 1987, at Seattle, Scott Bankhead, single.

No. 1,500 – July 21, 1989, vs. New York, Melido Perez, single.

No. 2,000 – May 17, 1992, vs. California, Mark Langston, single.

No. 2,500 – Aug. 23, 1995, at Oakland, Don Wengert, single.

No. 3,000 – Aug. 7, 1999, vs. Cleveland, Chris Haney, home run.

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