== == No, post-season home runs don't count in a player's career totals. No post-season stats count towards career totals. They go in a separate category, usually entitled "Postseason Career."
No. Statistics are broken out by regular season and postseason. Yardage or interceptions or such that is done in the postseason will count towards that player's career postseason stats.
They are still points, aren't they? Yes, they are added. Correction: Actually no, points scored in nba playoff games are not added to the total points scored in a players career. Career points scored for a player usually only refers to the regular season and does not include the nba postseason or aka playoffs. It is because technically playoff games are considered exhibition games, so while stats are also kept for these exhibition games the exhibition games do not count towards a players career total. For example the nba all-star game is also an exhibition game, so any points scored during the all star game will not count towards a players point total for the season or his career. Same goes for rebounds, blocks, assists, etc.
A total of 21 throughout his Olympic career. A pretty stunning record, I'd say.
Hank Aaron hit 755 regular season home runs a 6 postseason home runs during his major league career.
You only get points for your Active players. Your reserves (or BENCH) players do get points, but their points do not count towards your total.
Joe Montana's 49ers career spanned 1979-1990 and 1 game in 1992. He threw for 35,124 regular season yards and 4,758 postseason yards as the quarterback for the 49ers.
At the end of the 2010-11 season, Rajon Rondo recorded 2903 assists in the regular season. For the postseason, Rondo recorded 618 total assists.
In 2011, the New York Giants scored a total of 394 points during the regular season and 102 points in the postseason.
Chuck Liddell has a total of 13 knockout's in his MMA career if you count TKO's and KO's together.
As of 2012's Postseason, 10 teams in total, 5 teams from each league will make the Postseason.
Average = Total/Count so Total = Average*Count.
Throughout his club career at Feyenoord and arsenal he scored 154 goals in total. His international career with the netherlands increases the goal count by 29, so altogether he has scored 183 goals in his entire career.
Through the 2016 season, the Dallas Cowboys have a 15-12 career edge over the Detroit Lions. The total includes regular-season and postseason contests.
Through the 2014-2015 season, the Dallas Cowboys have a 14-12 career edge over the Detroit Lions. The total includes regular-season and postseason contests.
Bobby Cox, recently retired manager of the Atlanta Braves, holds the MLB record for ejections with 158 regular-season ejections. If you add his 3 postseason ejections, his total is 161 for his career.
According to Forbes Baseball's ten top-earning players will make nearly $250 million total during 2012 from salaries and endorsements.
In Major League Baseball, teams may expand their active rosters to 40 players on Sept. 1, this includes for the playoffs as well. In the playoffs however you can only have 25 active players, the reason 40 players are on your roster is because unlike in the regular season you cannot move players to/from your minor league teams during the playoffs.
The Yankees won 125 total games in 1998. They had 114 regular season wins and 11 postseason wins.
This depends on how you count "Runescape players." There are an estimated 10 million active Runescape players and a total of 130 million accounts. If taking the total number of accounts, about 129 million players did not vote. If counting only active players, 9 million players (about 90%) did not vote in the initial poll. As of December 24, 2010, only 250,000 players have voted in the all-inclusive vote.
around 1600 players total.
The Total Plate Count is used to describe the counting that takes place in a plate. The Aerobic Mesophilic count refers to the total aerobic count in a given plate.
All the ones who have not made one. Count the number who have made at least one hole in one, and then subtract that by the total number of people in the population of golf players.
The Baltimore Ravens have made seven postseason appearances in their history.2000, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010.
162 in the regular season. 15 in the postseason.
Brad Johnson. At the end of the 2010 season has a career total of 364 games.