Q: How many at bats does an average baseball player get a year?

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Just one, so long as he/she bats. After the first at bat, the player has established his/her average which for the record will either be 0.00 or 1.00)

540 times .35 equals 189.

Balls and strikes do not constitute a player's batting average. A batting average is calculated according to how many hits a batter has made divided by how many at-bats he has. For instance, Ichiro Suzuki had 680 At-Bats in the 2010 season. Out of those At-Bats he pulled in 214 hits. 214 divided by 680 is .315 and that is how you figure out a player's batting average.

The statistic usually recorded is "At Bats per Home Run." In other words, how many at bats would, on the average, occur before the player would hit a home run. Baseball records along these lines generally require 1000 plate appearances. The all-time leader is Mark McGwire, who would need only (on the average) 10.61 at-bats between home runs. Number 2 is Babe Ruth, with 11.76.

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In the history of Major League Baseball as of 2009 there are 202 players with a career batting average of .300 or better.

300

That will depend on the size of the baseball bats. Different sizes have different weights and masses.

No. Many manufacturers of wooden bats make unfinished models where the wood is raw. It is player preference whether to use unfinished or lacquered wood. On many bats, the barrel is finished, but the handle is left unfinished.

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There are many different averages in baseball A batting average is the number of hits divided by the number of at-bats An earned run average (ERA) is the number of runs allowed by a pitcher divided by the number of innings he has pitched if you want more kinds of averages edit question or flag it hope this helped

On base percentage In baseball statistics, on base percentage (OBP) is a measure of how often a batter gets to first base for any reason other than a fielding error or a fielder's choice. It may be calculated as: (H + BB + HBP) / (AB + BB + HBP + SF) OBP is sometimes referred to as "on base average" or OBA. It is possible for a player's on base percentage to be lower than his batting average (H/AB). If a player had 2 hits and 5 at bats with a sacrifice fly, his batting average would be .400 but his on base percentage would be .333. Credited: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_base_percentage