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  • Leaders for 2000-2005 (Part 1)

    Here are the leaders for the main batting categories, covering seasons 2000 to 2005. Sorry if these stats are not really sabermetrics.

    Code:
    Rk	Runs	
    1	Alex Rodriguez	752
    2	Todd Helton	719
    3	Johnny Damon	705
    4	Derek Jeter	673
    5	Bobby Abreu	644
    6	Gary Sheffield	632
    7	Albert Pujols	629
    8	Barry Bonds	623
    9	Miguel Tejada	614
    10	Manny Ramirez	606
    
    
    Rk	Hits	
    1	Todd Helton	1157
    2	Ichiro Suzuki	1130
    3	Derek Jeter	1129
    4	Miguel Tejada	1116
    5	Alex Rodriguez	1110
    6	Johnny Damon	1109
    7	Vladimir Guerrero	1088
    8	Garret Anderson	1071
    9	Bobby Abreu	1042
    10	Juan Pierre	1040
    
    
    Rk	Home runs	
    1	Alex Rodriguez	281
    2	Barry Bonds	263
    3	Sammy Sosa	252
    4	Manny Ramirez	237
    5	Jim Thome	234
    6	Andruw Jones	221
    7	Carlos Delgado	220
    8	Vladimir Guerrero	213
    8	Gary Sheffield	213
    10	Jim Edmonds	210
    	 	
    	 	
    Rk	Runs batted in	
    1	Alex Rodriguez	763
    2	Manny Ramirez	732
    3	Miguel Tejada	713
    4	Carlos Delgado	706
    5	Todd Helton	694
    6	Gary Sheffield	669
    7	Vladimir Guerrero	655
    8	Garret Anderson	650
    9	Jeff Kent	644
    10	Andruw Jones	637
    
    
    Rk	Bases on balls	
    1	Barry Bonds	881
    2	Bobby Abreu	663
    3	Jason Giambi	659
    4	Brian Giles	652
    5	Todd Helton	644
    6	Jim Thome	611
    7	Carlos Delgado	586
    8	Lance Berkman	580
    9	Jim Edmonds	551
    10	Chipper Jones	550
    
    
    Rk	Strike outs	
    1	Pat Burrell	886
    2	Jim Thome	880
    3	Jim Edmonds	853
    4	Mike Cameron	829
    5	Sammy Sosa	825
    6	Richie Sexson	812
    7	Jose Hernandez	796
    8	Derrek Lee	781
    9	Alex Rodriguez	770
    9	Preston Wilson	770
    
    
    Rk	Stolen bases	
    1	Juan Pierre	267
    2	Luis Castillo	195
    3	Ichiro Suzuki	190
    4	Rafael Furcal	189
    5	Bobby Abreu	188
    6	Carlos Beltran	179
    7	Scott Podsednik	172
    8	Jimmy Rollins	171
    8	Johnny Damon	171
    10	Carl Crawford	169
    10	Alfonso Soriano	169
    
    
    Rk	Batting average	
    1	Todd Helton	0,344
    2	Barry Bonds	0,338
    3	Albert Pujols	0,332
    4	Ichiro Suzuki	0,332
    5	Vladimir Guerrero	0,329
    6	Manny Ramirez	0,32
    7	Mike Sweeney	0,312
    8	Magglio Ordonez	0,311
    9	Derek Jeter	0,311
    10	Jose Vidro	0,311
    Minimum : 3000 plate appearances		
    
    	 	
    Rk	On base percentage	
    1	Barry Bonds	0,533
    2	Todd Helton	0,449
    3	Jason Giambi	0,438
    4	Manny Ramirez	0,418
    5	Lance Berkman	0,418
    6	Brian Giles	0,418
    7	Albert Pujols	0,416
    8	Carlos Delgado	0,416
    9	Bobby Abreu	0,411
    10	Chipper Jones	0,408
    Minimum : 3000 plate appearances		
    		
    	 	
    Rk	Slugging average	
    1	Barry Bonds	0,779
    2	Todd Helton	0,626
    3	Albert Pujols	0,621
    4	Manny Ramirez	0,621
    5	Vladimir Guerrero	0,596
    6	Alex Rodriguez	0,596
    7	Jim Edmonds	0,584
    8	Sammy Sosa	0,583
    9	Carlos Delgado	0,579
    10	Jim Thome	0,578
    Minimum : 3000 plate appearances		
    
    	 	
    Rk	OPS	
    1	Barry Bonds	1,312
    2	Todd Helton	1,076
    3	Manny Ramirez	1,039
    4	Albert Pujols	1,037
    5	Jason Giambi	1,013
    6	Vladimir Guerrero	0,998
    7	Alex Rodriguez	0,996
    8	Carlos Delgado	0,995
    9	Jim Edmonds	0,989
    10	Jim Thome	0,982
    Minimum : 3000 plate appearances
    « But what's puzzlin' you is the nature of my game... »

  • #2
    Leaders for 2005-2005 (Part 2)

    Now, the leaders for 11 pitching categories.

    Code:
    RK	Wins	
    1	Bartolo Colon	103
    1	Randy Johnson	103
    3	Mark Mulder	97
    3	Greg Maddux	97
    5	Tim Hudson	95
    6	Roger Clemens	94
    7	Curt Schilling	93
    8	Andy Pettitte	91
    9	Pedro Martinez	90
    10	Mike Mussina	88
    10	Tom Glavine	88
    
    
    Rk	Losses
    1	Livan Hernandez	77
    2	Jeff Weaver	75	
    3	Jason Johnson	74	
    4	Javier Vazquez	70	
    4	Sidney Ponson	70	
    6	Matt Clement	69	
    6	Jeff Suppan	69	
    8	Tom Glavine	68	
    8	Kip Wells	68	
    10	Mark Redman	66	
    10	Steve Trachsel	66	
    			
    			
    Rk	Win Losses %	W-L	PCT
    1	Pedro Martinez	90-34	0,726
    2	Roger Clemens	94-38	0,712
    3	Johan Santana	59-25	0,702
    4	Randy Johnson	103-48	0,682
    5	Roy Oswalt	83-39	0,680
    6	Tim Hudson	95-46	0,674
    7	Andy Pettitte	91-45	0,669
    8	David Wells	86-44	0,662
    9	Roy Halladay	70-36	0,660
    10	Mark Mulder	97-50	0,660
    10	Curt Schilling	93-48	0,660
    Minimum : 80 decisions			
    			
    			
    Rk	Earned run average	
    1	Mariano Rivera	2,11	
    2	Pedro Martinez	2,58	
    3	Scot Shields	2,80	
    4	Keith Foulke	2,81	
    5	John Smoltz	2,83	
    6	Randy Johnson	2,87	
    7	Roy Oswalt	3,07	
    8	LaTroy Hawkins	3,10	
    9	Tim Worrell	3,18	
    10	Mark Prior	3,24	
    Minimum : 400 innings			
    			
    			
    Rk	Saves	
    1	Mariano Rivera	250	
    2	Trevor Hoffman	208	
    3	Jason Isringhausen	207	
    4	Armando Benitez	204	
    5	Troy Percival	185	
    6	Billy Wagner	183	
    7	Jose Mesa	182
    8	Keith Foulke	177
    9	Eddie Guardado	161
    10	Eric Gagne	160
    		
    
    RK	Innings
    1	Livan Hernandez	1417,1
    2	Randy Johnson	1343,2
    3	Greg Maddux	1337,2
    4	Bartolo Colon	1316,2
    5	Javier Vazquez	1316,0
    6	Tim Hudson	1296,1
    7	Tom Glavine	1292,0
    8	Roger Clemens	1242,0
    9	Mike Mussina	1241,0
    10	Jeff Weaver	1232,1
    
    
    Rk	Hits Allowed
    1	Livan Hernandez	1480
    2	Greg Maddux	1321
    3	Jeff Suppan	1311
    4	Brad Radke	1305
    5	Javier Vazquez	1303
    6	Esteban Loaiza	1299
    6	Kenny Rogers	1299
    8	Jeff Weaver	1283
    9	Tom Glavine	1281
    10	David Wells	1261
    
    
    Rk	Bases on balls allowed
    1	Russ Ortiz	576
    2	Matt Clement	519
    3	Shawn Estes	501
    4	Al Leiter	480
    5	Hideo Nomo	477
    6	Barry Zito	461
    7	Livan Hernandez	453
    7	Kerry Wood	453
    9	Bartolo Colon	439
    10	Tom Glavine	437
    
    
    Rk	WHIP
    1	Pedro Martinez	0,96
    2	Mariano Rivera	0,99
    3	Keith Foulke	1,02	
    4	Randy Johnson	1,06	
    5	John Smoltz	1,07	
    6	Curt Schilling	1,10	
    7	Eric Gagne	1,11	
    8	Johan Santana	1,13	
    9	Greg Maddux	1,15	
    10	Octavio Dotel	1,17	
    Minimum : 400 innings			
    			
    			
    Rk	Strike outs	
    1	Randy Johnson	1679	
    2	Pedro Martinez	1327	
    3	Curt Schilling	1261	
    4	Roger Clemens	1186	
    5	Javier Vazquez	1166	
    6	Mike Mussina	1075	
    7	Kerry Wood	1053	
    8	Bartolo Colon	1050	
    9	Matt Clement	1026	
    10	Jason Schmidt	1013	
    			
    
    Rk	Strike outs/9 inn.	
    1	Randy Johnson	11,25	
    2	Octavio Dotel	11,18	
    3	Mark Prior	10,55	
    4	Eric Gagne	10,45	
    5	Kyle Farnsworth	10,40	
    6	Pedro Martinez	10,35	
    7	Kerry Wood	10,06	
    8	Oliver Perez	9,97	
    9	Johan Santana	9,47	
    10	Curt Schilling	9,35	
    Minimum : 400 innings
    « But what's puzzlin' you is the nature of my game... »

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    • #3
      Hey, thanks! Did you do all of this yourself?

      It goes to show that A-Rod is the man of the decade (or at least the 1st half of it). And Ichiro would be leading in Hits, but he's only played in 5 of the 6 seasons here, and would be 2nd in SB's as well.
      Last edited by Edgartohof; 01-19-2006, 02:22 PM.

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      • #4
        I did it with the Lahman latest database. Formatting it on an Excel sheet was MUCH longer than setting up the queries with Access. Thanks for the compliment.
        « But what's puzzlin' you is the nature of my game... »

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Chicoutimi CP
          I did it with the Lahman latest database. Formatting it on an Excel sheet was MUCH longer than setting up the queries with Access.
          I guess you felt confident enough in the data regardless of the missing data to create your lists. I've uploaded, but considering the work I put into it, I don't feel confident that all the lists I would have made would be 100% correct. (I spend about 100 hours updating/creating organized lists. Lengthy, but most people consider the product very impressive.) I just wish Sean Lahman would get back to me.
          Johnson and now Goligoski gone.
          I hope that's all.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Edgartohof
            It goes to show that A-Rod is the man of the decade (or at least the 1st half of it).
            I'd have to disagree. Barry has outplayed him statistically even with a measly 14-game 2005 to his credit.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Edgartohof
              Hey, thanks! Did you do all of this yourself?

              It goes to show that A-Rod is the man of the decade (or at least the 1st half of it). And Ichiro would be leading in Hits, but he's only played in 4 of the 5 seasons here, and would be 2nd in SB's as well.
              I know Ichiro would led by plenty since 2001 in hits, but it's cool to show him almost leading with 5 seasons' worth.
              (fantasy football)
              JM: Only did that for a couple of years and then we had a conspiracy so it kind of turned me sour. Our league's commissioner, Lew Ford(notes) at the time, was doing some shady things that ... I'd rather not talk about [laughs].
              DB: Isn't he in Japan right now?
              JM: I don't know where Lou is right now. He's probably fleeing the authorities [laughs].

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              • #8
                Hello guys!

                Let's not forget that season 2000 to 2005 actually cover six seasons (2000-2001-2002-2003-2004-2005).

                Regarding the number of hits starting from 2001 instead of 2000, the previous post is right : Ichiro Suzki has 1130, a long way before Albert Pujols' 982.

                Claude
                « But what's puzzlin' you is the nature of my game... »

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by giantsalltheway16
                  I'd have to disagree. Barry has outplayed him statistically even with a measly 14-game 2005 to his credit.
                  Because he used steroids. If you take them out of the picture, then A-rod is clearly ahead.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Edgartohof
                    Because he used steroids. If you take them out of the picture, then A-rod is clearly ahead.
                    "Allegedly" right? Go ask east coast orange and black...
                    Strikeouts are boring! Besides that, they're fascist. Throw some ground balls - it's more democratic.-Crash Davis

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Honus Wagner Rules
                      "Allegedly" right? Go ask east coast orange and black...
                      Oh, right! I "forgot" to add that

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