Pat had a 14-game hitting streak in 2001.
On September 9, 2006 Pat hit a first inning grand slam off Roger Clemens; his 5th career slam and 1st since 2002.
In 2006 Pat led the NL in plate appearances.
Pat weighs 235lbs.
In 2002 Pat began the "Burrell's Buddies" program, in which he purchases $5,000 worth of tickets to be distributed to youth groups that show outstanding character.
Pat`s hobbies are eating, hunting and bottle cap baseball.
Pat bats right and throws right.
Pat stands 6ft 4in tall.
Pat is #5.
Pat`s position is left field.
Pat is thought of as a sex symbol in Philedelphia.
Pat doesn't wear underwear.
Pat uses a very small bat for a hitter of his size. He uses a M110 Louisville Slugger—34" in length and weighing 32 ounces.
Terry Francona, a former Phillies manager, said of Pat, "He's a big, strong kid with a quick bat, and he's a better athlete than we were ready to give him credit for coming in. He didn't get outworked by anybody. He was quiet, he listened, he blended in, he did a good job."
Pat lost the race for National League Rookie of the Year to Rafael Furcal.
Pat had two hits in his first major league game, including an RBI triple.
Pat entered the major leagues in 2000, after Phillies first baseman Rico Brogna broke his hand.
Pat originally played third base, but was switched to first base by the Phillies because Scott Rolen already played third for the Phillies.
Pat was the number one pick by the Philedelphia Phillies in his junior year of college.
Pat was named Summer player of the year by Baseball America for his play on the U.S. National team.
Pat played for the U.S. National team after his sophomore year of college.
Baseball America ranked Pat as the third-best college prospect in the nation after his freshman year of college.
Pat was named the Most Valuable Player for the College World Series in his freshman year.
Pat hit a home run in his first college game.
Pat calls playing on Connie Mack's all star team one of the most important experiences of his life.
Pat was selected to play on Connie Mack travelling all-star team based in Enon, Ohio.
Pat was voted the California Coaches 1995 Player of the Year.
Pat was drafted by the Red Sox, but when they refused to give him a signing bonus, he chose to go to college at the University of Miami.
Pat's was Bellarmine's varsity starter at quarterback as a junior and also handled the punting and placekicking duties.
Pat's only problem with going to Bellarmine College Prep was that it was an all boys school.
Pat's childhood baseball idol was George Brett.
As a kid, Pat and his friends invented sports such as bottle cap baseball, and would throw bottle caps and coins for pitches.
Pat was a quarterback for his high school football team.
Pat's nickname is Pat The Bat.
Pat Burrell: That was awful, man... Just awful.
Pat Burrell: We've been able to get it done, and that's important. That's important to the confidence of this team, knowing we can always come back.
Pat: Hitting is mostly confidence. I just go out and play and that's the best you can ask for.
Pat: I don't know what to think of the money. It's kind of mind-boggling. I come from a middle-class, blue-collar family. We've never really had money.
Pat: I hit every day. I love to hit.
Pat: I've always enjoyed hitting things as hard as I can. It's fun to hit things and watch them fly.