James Lee Pattinson is an Australian Cricket player who is a right hand batsman and a right-arm fast-medium. James was born in Melbourne in 1990 and is presently playing with Victoria team. He has played for Dandenong Cricket Club in Victorian Premier Cricket. At a recent IPL players auction, James was retained by the Kolkata Knight Riders team to play for the IPL 5 season 2012.

James played for Australia in the 2008 Under-19 World Cup in Malaysia. James made his first class debut for the Victorian Bushrangers and won a contract with Nottinghamshire consequently. He broke the record of Victorian One Day cricket in December 2009 by taking 6 wickets conceiving 48 runs of 10 over’s which included a maiden, despite his efforts Victoria ending up in losing side against New South Wales.

A part of the IPL 2011 for Kolkata Knight Riders, he was one of the bowlers having good performance with the ball.

Team Mumbai Indians Mumbai Indians
Role Bowler
Born May 3, 1990
Nationality Australia Australia
Team History
Mumbai Indians Mumbai Indians 2020 - present
Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club Nottinghamshire County 2017 - present
Brisbane Heat Brisbane Heat 2018 - present
Melbourne Renegades Melbourne Renegades 2013 - 2018
Australia National Cricket Team Australia 2011 - 2015
Melbourne Stars Melbourne Stars 2011 - 2013
Kolkata Knight Riders Knight Riders 2011

Career Highlights

Pattinson has played in 4 test matches, scoring 88 runs. He has bowled 815 balls of 453 runs, taking 25 wickets in hand. Of the 5 ODI matches, he bowled 240 balls of 227 runs, with 8 wickets and a bowling average of 28.37. moreover, so far, James has played in 3 T20Is, 13 First class matches, 22 List A matches and in 13 Twenty20 matches.

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