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Plate appearance

In baseball statistics, a player has a plate appearance (denoted by PA) every time he:

A batter does not have a plate appearance if, while he was at bat, the inning ended some other way (for example, a teammate on base is caught stealing[?] (CS)).

See also: Baseball statistics

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