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If I want to find a players statistics from a certain date on (i.e., Victor Martinez since June 17th) is there a site where I can make that happen? Or, if I want to find the statistical totals for a player during a time period earlier in his career (i.e. Victor Martinez's OPS for 2002-2003) is there a site where I can make that happen?

Thanks in advance.

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If your looking for say, his games from Jun 19 to Aug 1... than www.Baseball-reference.com. Go to a players log. Use their Click two rows to sum games feature to get a range of games.

Victor Martinez Batting Gamelogs for Career Games 789 to 822G 	GS 	Rslt 	        PA 	AB 	R 	H 	2B 	3B 	HR 	RBI 	BB 	IBB 	SO 	HBP 	SH 	SF 	ROE 	GDP 	SB 	CS 	BA 	OBP 	SLG 	OPS34 	33 	13-21 	143 	124 	10 	19 	3 	0 	4 	18 	14 	1 	18 	2 	0 	3 	1 	6 	0 	0 	.153 	.245 	.274 	.519

... and no, I didn't have to pay for it.

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If your looking for say, his games from Jun 19 to Aug 1... than www.Baseball-reference.com. Go to a players log. Use their Click two rows to sum games feature to get a range of games.
Victor Martinez Batting Gamelogs for Career Games 789 to 822G 	GS 	Rslt 	        PA 	AB 	R 	H 	2B 	3B 	HR 	RBI 	BB 	IBB 	SO 	HBP 	SH 	SF 	ROE 	GDP 	SB 	CS 	BA 	OBP 	SLG 	OPS34 	33 	13-21 	143 	124 	10 	19 	3 	0 	4 	18 	14 	1 	18 	2 	0 	3 	1 	6 	0 	0 	.153 	.245 	.274 	.519

... and no, I didn't have to pay for it.

Exactly what I was looking for. Thank you very much.

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