Most of those ? are on fielding or defensive stats. AS would be assists. Some players, particularly infielders would have a lot. When you see "Score it 5-3," the third baseman (5) would get an assist for fielding a ground ball and throwing it to first base.
PO stands for put outs. Again certain players will have more than others. Catchers get a lot because they get a put out when the batter strikes out. First basemen also record a lot of POs.
FPCT is fielding percentage. Because of the nature of the positions, cathers and firstbasemen will usually have very high percents while shortstops, despite usually being the best athletes on the team, may have low ones because they get they toughest plays.
PB applies only to catchers. If they miss a pitch they should have caught and it results in a player advancing on the bases, they are charged a Passed Ball.
For SLG singles count as one point, doubles 2, triples 3, and HRs 4. That SLG is correct. 53 singles (78-14-1-10) plus 14 doubles x 2, plus 1 triple x3, plus 10 HRs x 4 = 53+28+3+40=124/273=0.454
What is good for an AVG varies by era but .286 is not bad.
P.S. DP= double plays and E= errors.
Chili Davis being an outfielder would rarely be involved in a double play, would be expected to make few errors since his position is relatively easy, fly balls being easier than ground balls. Outfielders will generally have higher fielding percentages than infielders, but lower than catchers or firstbasemen.
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