|Byron Buxton||Career||Jose Abreu|
|200||Runs Batted In||784|
|10||Grounded Into Double Plays||146|
|16||Hit By Pitch||103|
Buxton has compiled an average at the plate of .245 for his career in baseball with 243 runs scored and an OPS of .749. He has struck out 500 times and has been walked on 103 occasions, contributing to a .296 OBP. In his pro baseball career, Buxton has drilled 67 baseballs out of the park while driving in 200 runs. He has recorded a slugging percentage of .453 and he has accumulated 720 bases. For his career, he came to the plate 1,731 times and also came through with a base knock 390 times.
For the 4,334 official at-bats in his professional career, Abreu has accrued an average at the plate of .290 with 1,259 hits. He has gone yard 227 times, as well as 2,234 bases in total and also a .515 slugging percentage. Abreu has drawn a free base 322 times while fanning on 974 occasions. He has accumulated 610 runs in addition to having earned 784 runs batted in. His on-base percentage sits at .351 and he has a career OPS of .866.
|Byron Buxton||Stat||Jose Abreu|
|28||Runs Batted In||113|
|0||Grounded Into Double Play||26|
|5||Hit By Pitch||20|
Buxton is sitting with 61 base hits out of 210 at-bats and has a batting average of .290. He has gotten a free base 12 times and has recorded an on-base percentage of .344. This year, Buxton has tallied 39 runs, recorded 28 RBI and has hit 16 home runs. He has an OPS of 0.949 (25th in baseball) in addition to a slugging percentage of .605. He has gone down swinging 56 times (310th in the league) while compiling 127 total bases.
Abreu has tallied 265 bases in total with 145 hits (43rd in MLB) out of 547 at-bats. He has racked up 84 runs this season and has hit 29 balls out of the park. He has recorded a batting average of .265 in addition to having an OPS of .836. He is sitting with an on-base percentage of .352 in addition to 59 walks and 139 strikeouts. Since the beginning of the season, Abreu has knocked in 113 runs and has amassed a slugging percentage of .484.