Ron Santo appeared in 161 Major League games during the 1967 regular season. The chart below is a comprehensive analysis of the games Santo appeared in, specifically relating to his 1967 hitting statistics. Notes: The Date / Box field has a link to the box score from the game being described. If the Date is followed by an asterisk (*), Santo started during that game at the first position listed in the Position(s) column. Cumulative monthly totals are provided where applicable.
"Very few players are as closely connected with a franchise as Ron Santo is with the Chicago Cubs. His extraordinary playing career, his rabid following as a broadcaster and his many charitable endeavors for the Chicagoland area—where he has made his home for nearly 30 years—makes his contributions to this franchise special and unique." - Cubs President Andy MacPhail on MLB.com (Carrie Muskat, 09/15/2003, 'Cubs to Retire Santo's No. 10', Source )
In Chronological Order / Ron Santo Stats
Ron Santo 1967 Game by Game Batting Logs
Did you know that Ron Santo appeared in 83 games at home, had 292 at-bats, drove in 50 runs, scored 60 times, had 91 hits (10 doubles / 1 triples / 21 home runs), walked 51 times (3 intentional), struck out 48 times, was hit by a pitcher 1 times, sacrificed 6 times (0 hits & 6 flies), and finished at home with a .311 batting average, .408 on base percentage and .568 slugging average?
On the road, Ron Santo appeared in 78 games, had 294 at-bats, drove in 48 runs, scored 47 times, had 85 hits (13 doubles / 3 triples / 10 home runs), walked 45 times (6 intentional), struck out 55 times, was hit by a pitcher 2 times, sacrificed 6 times (0 hits & 6 flies), and finished at home with a .289 batting average, .380 on base percentage and .455 slugging average?
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