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Manny by the numbers

The basics:

* Age: 38

* Number of seasons: 18

* Major league debut: Sept. 2, 1993 He went 0 for 4 as DH for the Indians against the Yankees in New York

* First big-league hit: Sept. 3, 1993. Ground-rule double in the second inning against Melido Perez of the Yankees in New York.

* All-Star teams: 12

* MVPs: None (Highest finish: 3d, 1999, 2004)

* World Series MVP: 1 (2004)

* Batting titles: 1 (.349, 2002)

* Home run titles: 1 (43, 2004)

* Led league in on-base percentage: 3 times (2002, 2003, 2006)

* Led league in slugging percentage: 3 times (1999, 2000, 2004)

* Career home runs: 552 (14th all-time)

Red sox rankings (career):

* Batting average: 9th, .312 (1,500 PA)

* Home runs: 274, 5th

* RBIs: 868, 7th

* On-base percentage: .411, 5th

* Slugging percentage: .588, 3d

* On-base plus slugging: .999, 3d

Red Sox rankings (single season):

* Batting average: .349 (2002), 17th

* Home runs: 45 (2005), 5th

* OBP: .450 (2002), .22d

* SGP: .647 (2002), 9th

* OPS: 1.097 (2002), 12th

The did-you-knows:

* Most home runs off one pitcher: Jamie Moyer, 10

* Highest BA vs. one pitcher (min. 20 PA): .571 (12 for 21), CC Sabathia

* Lowest BA vs one pitcher (min. 20 PA): .111 (2 for 18), Glendon Rusch

* Most hits, one pitcher: 32, Andy Pettitte

* Most strikeouts, one pitcher: 31, Mike Mussina

* Longest hitting streak: 27 games (7/15/06-8/12/06)

* Longest RBI streak: 10 games (9/14/02-9/24/02)

* Postseason HRs: 29, 1st all-time (7 more than Bernie Williams)

* Postseason RBIs: 78, 2d all-time

* Single-season postseason OPS: 1.747 (2008 with L.A.), 7th