No. Statistics are broken out by regular season and postseason. Yardage or interceptions or such that is done in the postseason will count towards that player's career postseason stats.
In his career, Babe Ruth hit 714 home runs.
Because otherwise it would be unfair to players who failed to make the postseason playoffs. An average player on a good team would be able to increase their stats, while a better player with the misfortune to be on a poor team could easily wind up with lower career stats.
No. Walks do not count toward batting average. If you get a walk in your first at bat, you will still be 0-0.
Yes. A tiebreaker game to determine playoff berth is not considered a playoff game, since it is not a playoff game it counts toward your regular season statistics. Also, playoff games do not count toward either season or career statistics.
The average Leukocyte count is [4-10]
== == No, post-season home runs don't count in a player's career totals. No post-season stats count towards career totals. They go in a separate category, usually entitled "Postseason Career."
He had no other career than being an artist, unless you count his time in the army as a career.
Average = Total/Count so Total = Average*Count.
The average adult white blood count is from 3,200-9,800
Yes they do
Yes.. Especially if you're paid to do that.
The average word count for a novel is between 70,000words and 120,000 words.
Sum = 140 Count = 2 Average = Sum/Count = 140/2 = 70