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Loney, a former first-round pick, burst onto the scene slashing .284/.342/.559 in his first taste of the Major Leagues in 2006.
A year later, he enjoyed his best season in the Majors, hitting .331/.381/.538 with 15 home runs, finishing sixth in National League Rookie of the Year voting.
1,200 PA) behind Carl Crawford's .296 mark…Of his 101 hits, 81 were singles...337 of his 439 hits with the Rays are singles (76 pct.)..major league average for the past three years is 67 pct…Ranked as the 2nd-toughest player in the AL to strike out (min.
300 PA), at 11.41 PA/SO, behind CLE Michael Brantley (11.69)…Batted .273 (36-for-132) in two-strike counts, 3rd in the majors…Batted .303 with RISP, the second time in three seasons as a Ray he's been over .300 in those situations…Made his eighth straight Opening Day start at first base…Began the season 5-for-5 as a pinch-hitter, giving him a club record of 6 straight pinch-hits...overall, was 5-for-7 as a pinch-hitter, and during his three-year Rays career is 11-for-18 (.611) with a walk, the top avg.
among major league pinch-hitters over that span and the best career pinch-hit average in Rays history…Hit his last home run on Aug 7 off NYM Jacob de Grom, his only HR in his last 235 at-bats...finished the season homerless in 158 AB and 46 games, his second-longest homerless streak (64 games in 2012)...remains 1 HR shy of 100 for his career…From Aug 12 through season's end, batted .308 (45-for-146), but had only 8 extra-base hits and 11 RBI in 43 games…Owns a .385 (47-for-122) career batting avg. 100 AB) among visiting players...339 (78-for-230) career avg. the Yankees ranks 2nd among active players behind Howie Kendrick (.342) and 11th all-time (min 200 AB)…In the Baseball America Best Tools survey of major league managers, was named No.
3 Best Defensive First Baseman in the American League.
Had a career-high 174 hits and became the first Ray ever to hit .290 or better in each of his first two seasons with the club...294 avg.