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League Year-By-Year Batting--Averages Table; Year Tms #Bat BatAge R/G G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS TB GDP HBP SH SF IBB; 2019: 30: 1287: 27.9: 4.83: 4858: 38.39: 34.30
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The episode's title is a reference to Ernest Thayer's 1888 baseball poem "Casey at the Bat". The episode makes several allusions to the film The Natural . Homer's secret weapon, his self-created "Wonderbat", is akin to Roy Hobbs 's "Wonderboy", and both bats are eventually destroyed.
Career AB/SO Leaders:1.Willie Keeler+/63.17, 2.Joe Sewell+/62.56, 3.Lloyd Waner+/44.92, 4.Joe Start/43.51, 5.Nellie Fox+/42.74, 6.Lave Cross/41.86, 7.Tommy Holmes/40