The Howie Kendrick Wild Card Game stats seen below include his Wild Card Game year-by-year hitting stats, Wild Card Game fielding stats, and Wild Card Game pitching stats (where applicable).
"At Fenway Park, I leaned into the stands to catch a pop-up. I felt my arm hit somebody's arm, but I ran to the dugout, not paying attention. The crowd was booing really loud. Our pitching coach, Buddy Black, goes, 'That's Ben Affleck you stole the ball from.' I looked over, and sure enough, it was Ben, next to Jennifer Garner." - Howie Kendrick in Sports Illustrated (Kosty Kennedy, 08/21/2006)
Howie Kendrick Autograph on a 2008 Topps (#32)
Howie Kendrick Wild Card Game Pitching Stats
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Howie Kendrick Wild Card Game Fielding Stats
Howie Kendrick Wild Card Game Miscellaneous Stats
The Major League Baseball Wild Card Game is a one-game, winner take all, postseason event that was added to the Major League Baseball in 2012. The history of the Wild Card Game , the original Wild Card Game Press Release, comprehensive Wild Card Game results, and Wild Card Game trivia are on Baseball Almanac.
Did you know that the visiting team has won eight of the fourteen Wild Card Game played since its inception in 2012?
On October 2, 2018, the longest (by innings played) Wild Card Game was played, a 13-inning contest where the Colorado Rockies defeated the Chicago Cubs 2-1.