Bert Campaneris New York Yankees

Age: 78 (March 9, 1942) | aka Campy | 5' 10" | 160lbs. | Bats: Right
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
KC1 AL 1964 67 269 27 69 15 41 14 3 4 22 10 2 .257 .306 .375 5 14 .290 n/a
KC1 AL 1965 144 578 67 156 41 71 23 12 6 42 51 19 .270 .326 .382 6 11 .298 n/a
KC1 AL 1966 142 573 82 153 25 72 29 10 5 42 52 10 .267 .302 .379 4 12 .297 n/a
KC1 AL 1967 147 601 85 149 36 82 29 6 3 32 55 16 .248 .297 .331 6 13 .282 n/a
OAK AL 1968 159 642 87 177 50 69 25 9 4 38 62 22 .276 .330 .361 7 10 .302 n/a
OAK AL 1969 135 547 71 142 30 62 15 2 2 25 62 8 .260 .302 .305 5 11 .289 n/a
OAK AL 1970 147 603 97 168 36 73 28 4 22 64 42 10 .279 .321 .448 6 11 .285 n/a
OAK AL 1971 134 569 80 143 29 64 18 4 5 47 34 7 .251 .287 .323 5 11 .273 n/a
OAK AL 1972 149 625 85 150 32 88 25 2 8 32 52 14 .240 .278 .325 5 14 .267 n/a
OAK AL 1973 151 601 89 150 50 79 17 6 4 46 34 10 .250 .308 .318 7 12 .278 n/a
OAK AL 1974 134 527 77 153 47 81 18 8 2 41 34 15 .290 .347 .366 8 14 .339 n/a
OAK AL 1975 137 509 69 135 50 71 15 3 4 46 24 12 .265 .337 .330 9 13 .300 n/a
OAK AL 1976 149 536 67 137 63 80 14 1 1 52 54 12 .256 .331 .291 10 13 .292 n/a
TEX AL 1977 150 552 77 140 47 86 19 7 5 46 27 20 .254 .314 .341 7 15 .290 n/a
TEX AL 1978 98 269 30 50 20 36 5 3 1 17 22 4 .186 .245 .238 6 13 .209 n/a
TEX AL 1979 8 9 2 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 .111 .200 .111 10 30 .167 n/a
CAL AL 1979 85 239 27 56 19 32 4 4 0 15 12 4 .234 .294 .285 7 13 .268 n/a
CAL AL 1980 77 210 32 53 14 33 8 1 2 18 10 5 .252 .300 .329 6 15 .288 n/a
CAL AL 1981 55 82 11 21 5 10 2 1 1 10 5 2 .256 .295 .341 5 12 .278 n/a
NYA AL 1983 60 143 19 46 8 9 5 0 0 11 6 7 .322 .355 .357 5 6 .341 n/a
Career 19yrs 2328 8684 1181 2249 618 1142 313 86 79 646 649 199 .259 .311 .342 6 12 .288 n/a
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My introduction to baseball came in the 1970s when we were living in the Bay Area. My parents were diehard Dodger fans so rooting for the Giants was forbidden. I fell in love with the A's just in time for them to win three world series.

Reggie Jackson and Catfish Hunter were the big names. Gene Tenace was the world series hero. I loved them all and knew all their stats, etc. Loved "Campy" Campinaris too.

Those were good times.
Kent Ostby Seadogs
Mar 24