JQUERY AND XML

I need to add a Table to the right of Image and text xml attributes hitting and season.
On the same row as the Image and text
How can I add Hitting these AB="4" R="0" H="0" RBI="0" DOUBLE="0" TRIPLE="0" HR="0"
and Season Season AB="472" H="115" R="70" BB="42" KO="71" CS="4" DOUBLE="25" TRIPLE="5" RBI="43" HR="14" to the right of my page with image and name is there anyway to add Hitting Attributes and Season Attributes.
http://www.powerzsoftware.com/lineup2.html
http://www.powerzsoftware.com/33661.XML

Please help my Boss is tough and he thinks this shit should be done in 5 minutes. The Dude that helped me out with this is awesome I added a CSS EFFECT to expand images. Check It out.
powerztomAsked:
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Michel PlungjanIT ExpertCommented:
By the way, I did not use any jQuery.

If you want to use jQuery you should change all of the code to use it

function getStats(player,li) {
  var hittingAttribs = ["AB","DOUBLE","TRIPLE"]
  var seasonAttribs = ["HR","DOUBLE","TRIPLE"]
  var hitting = player.find("Hitting");
  if (!hitting) {
  	  li.append("- Not found");
  	  return;
  }
  var season = player.find("Season");
  if (!season) {
  	li.append("- Not found");
    return;
  }
  li.append(" Hitting: ");
  $.each(hittingAttribs,function(i, attrib) {
  	li.append(attrib+"="+hitting.attr(hittingAttribs[i])+" ");
  });
  li.append("<br/>");  	
  var bold = $("<b/>");  	
  bold.append(" Season: ");
  $.each(seasonAttribs,function(i, attrib) {
  	bold.append(attrib+"="+hitting.attr(hittingAttribs[i])+" ");
  });
  li.append(bold);
}
$(document).ready(function(){
  $.ajax({
    type: "GET",
    url: "33661.XML", 
    dataType: "xml",
    success: function(data){
        var players = $(data).find("Player");
	    var li="",txt="",img = "";
        $.each(players,function(i,player) {
        	player=$(player);
			li = $("<li/>");
			li.append($("<img/>").attr("src","http://images.sportsnetwork.com/MLB/attheballpark/players/" + player.attr("ID") + ".jpg"));
			txt = " " +
				player.attr("FirstName") + " " +
				player.attr("Lastname") + ", " +
				player.attr("Pos");
			li.append(txt);
			getStats(player,li);
			
			$("#players").append(li);
		
		});
	}
  });
});

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Michel PlungjanIT ExpertCommented:
Have a look here how your XML is structured

http://xmlgrid.net/

Load from URL and then you need the xPath that matches your needs
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powerztomAuthor Commented:
Nice Tool nOT QUITE WHAT i WANT. could you write an XPATH STATEMENT FOR HITTING AND THEN TRY AND WRITE ONE FOR SEASON. pLease
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Michel PlungjanIT ExpertCommented:
Why don't you start and we can help you fix any issues. You know your data better than we do
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powerztomAuthor Commented:
Attached is how I need data retrieved and positioned
Pic1.png
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Michel PlungjanIT ExpertCommented:
Here you go.

It is a little more than just answering questions...

Change
			li.appendChild(txt);
			document.getElementById("players").appendChild(li);

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to
			li.appendChild(txt);
			getStats(players[i],li);
			document.getElementById("players").appendChild(li);

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and add this
function getStats(player,li) {
  var hittingAttribs = ["AB","DOUBLE","TRIPLE"]; // fill in order
  var seasonAttribs = ["HR","DOUBLE","TRIPLE"]; // fill in order
  var hitting = player.getElementsByTagName("Hitting")[0];
  if (!hitting) {
  	  li.appendChild(document.createTextNode("- Not found")); // or nothing
  	  return;
  }
  var season = player.getElementsByTagName("Season")[0];
  if (!season) {
  	li.appendChild(document.createTextNode(" - Not found")); // or nothing
    return;
  }
  var txt = " Hitting: ";
  for (var i=0;i<hittingAttribs.length;i++) {
  	txt += hittingAttribs[i]+"="+hitting.getAttribute(hittingAttribs[i])+" ";
  }
  li.appendChild(document.createTextNode(txt));
  li.appendChild(document.createElement("br"));  	
  var bold = document.createElement("b");  	
  txt=" Season: ";
  for (var i=0;i<seasonAttribs.length;i++) {
  	txt += seasonAttribs[i]+"="+season.getAttribute(hittingAttribs[i]);
  }
  bold.appendChild(document.createTextNode(txt));
  li.appendChild(bold);
}

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powerztomAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the code this really helps me moveon to the next phase. I cann't thankyou enough.
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Michel PlungjanIT ExpertCommented:
You are welcome.

If you need more help, feel free to contact me on the email in my profile
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powerztomAuthor Commented:
Your Level of knowledge is amazing I'm going to be your best friend of the next few years. This project is evolving there are many more things that need to be created. I am a VB ASP.NET so JQUERY JAVA SCRIPT CSS3 is foreign to me.
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Michel PlungjanIT ExpertCommented:
:) I have been scripting since 1995 or so. You can be my friend :)

https://coderbits.com/mplungjan
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