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Earlier this evening ex-Athletic Jose Canseco tweeted the following:

So what exactly would this do for Jose Canseco’s career numbers? Well, let us have a look.

Thank to baseball-reference.com we see that Canseco’s wins/loss/tie splits comes out as follow:

I Split G GS PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BA OBP SLG OPS TB BAbip tOPS+
in Wins 975 959 4377 3722 829 1122 183 11 307 941 .301 .393 .604 .997 2248 .322 129
in Losses 911 874 3749 3333 356 754 156 3 155 465 .226 .305 .414 .719 1381 .272 67
in Ties 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 .500 .667 1.000 1.667 2 .500 283
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 2/24/2012.

By his own admission we can remove those 155 home runs he hit in losses. That takes him down to 307. Double that and you, of course get 614 home runs.  Good enough for #32 on the all-time leader board, as Jason Wojciechowski shows. But what does that do for his overall numbers? Well, they would look like this:

Hits       ABs          BA       2Bs         3Bs       SLG        OBP        OPS
———————————————————————-
2028      7055    .287    339        14         .688       .376     1.064

Interesting.

 

 

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