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Who owns the strike out to at bat ratio?


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Answered 2008-04-24 01:29:41

The smallest strikeout to at bat ratio is Joe Sewell who had 114 strikeouts in 7132 at bats. The highest is Rob Deer who had 1409 strikeouts in 3881 at bats.

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