Was one of four players in MLB with at least 10 home runs and 30 stolen bases (also . Pollock, Jose Altuve and Charlie Blackmon); is the only player to do so in each of the last two seasons...Established career highs in home runs, RBI, doubles, games and runs scored...Led National League with 19 game-winning RBI, which were the most in one season by a Pittsburgh player since the stat was introduced by Major League Baseball in 1980...Ranked fifth in the . in stolen bases...Captured his first Rawlings Gold Glove award and was named the Wilson Defensive Player-of-the-Year for left field...Made 141 appearances (133 starts) in left field and 18 appearances (10 starts) in center field...Led . left fielders in fielding percentage (.995), making just one error in 196 total chances...Led National League outfielders with 16 assists, the most by a Pirates player since Jose Guillen had 16 in 1998... Ranked second among league leaders in being hit by pitch...Ranked ninth among . batters with a .360 (27-for-75) average in Interleague play...Hit .327 (64-for-196) in 49 games while batting fourth in the lineup...Made his third straight Opening Day start in left field...His sac fly on 4/10 at Milwaukee was his first since 5/26/13 - also at Miller Park (224 games and 907 plate appearances between)...Homered in back-to-back games on 4/17-18 and had a career-high five RBI on 4/18 vs. Milwaukee...Hit four home runs in a five-game stretch between 4/17-21...Left the game on 4/22 vs. Chicago after being hit in the right hand by Jason Hammel (soft tissue contusion)... Delivered walkoff single in 13th inning to give Pirates 1-0 win on 6/12 vs. Philadelphia...Produced four straight games of at least three hits (13-for-21) from 6/12-15 - the first Pittsburgh player to do so since Willie Stargell, who went 14-for-17 over a four-game span in 1973 (September 7-10)...Had five straight multi-hit games between 6/12-16, raising season average from .251 to .286...Stole home as part of a double steal on 6/27 vs. Atlanta...Had sixth career four-hit game on 7/1 at Detroit while also hitting his 13th home, tying single-season career high...Left game on 7/5 with discomfort in left side and missed the next five games...Returned to action on 7/11...Hit .351 (27-for-77) in 20 games during the month of July...Connected off San Francisco's George Kontos for second career walkoff home run on 8/22...Went 13-for-20 during the four-game series in Colorado from 9/21-24; his 13 hits tied the club record for most hits in a four-game series, a feat first accomplished by Hall-ofFamer Pie Traynor against the Phillies in 1928 (August 2-4)...Hit a two-run walkoff homer off Cincinnati's Collin Balester in the 12th inning on 10/2...Hit .325 (37-for-114) in his final 30 regular season games, beginning on 9/2.
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