Stats report: Clayton Kershaw extends his 200 SO streak

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1) Yesterday, Dodgers P Clayton Kershaw reached 200 SO for the 5th consecutive year, which is tied for the 3rd longest streak in National League history. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Kershaw’s streak of 5 consecutive years with 200+ SO & 8.50 SO/9 is 2nd in NL history. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) This is Kershaw’s 3rd year with 50+ SO above the league average, which is tied for 4th in Dodgers history. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR AGE RSAA  ERA     G  GS   IP    SO   SO/9   WHIP   W   L   SV  NW  NL  TEAM
2012 24   29   2.53   33  33  227.2  229  9.05   1.02  14   9   0  15   8  Dodgers      
2013 25   43   1.83   33  33  236    232  8.85   0.92  16   9   0  19   6  Dodgers      
2014 26   37   1.70   23  23  169.1  202 10.74   0.83  17   3   0  16   4  Dodgers      
CAREER   185   2.49  207 205 1349.1 1408  9.39   1.06  94  49   0  98  45  
LG AVG     0   3.73          1349.1 1125  7.51   1.29  75  76 

MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS WITH 200+ STRIKEOUTS, NATIONAL LEAGUE

1    Tom Seaver               1968-76    9   
2    Sandy Koufax             1961-66    6   
T3   Bob Gibson               1962-66    5   
T3   Ferguson Jenkins         1967-71    5   
T3   Clayton Kershaw          2010-14    5   
T6   Don Drysdale             1962-65    4   
T6   Juan Marichal            1963-66    4   
T6   Jim Maloney              1963-66    4   
T6   Jim Bunning              1964-67    4   
T6   J.R. Richard             1976-79    4   
T6   Kevin Brown              1997-00    4   
T6   Randy Johnson            1999-02    4   
T6   Tim Lincecum             2008-11    4   
T6   Yovani Gallardo          2009-12    4   

MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS WITH 200+ STRIKEOUTS & 8.50+ SO/9, NATIONAL LEAGUE

1    Sandy Koufax             1961-66    6   
2    Clayton Kershaw          2010-14    5   
T3   Jim Maloney              1963-66    4   
T3   Randy Johnson            1999-02    4   
T3   Tim Lincecum             2008-11    4   
T3   Yovani Gallardo          2009-12    4   
T7   Tom Seaver               1970-72    3   
T7   David Cone               1990-92    3   
T7   Hideo Nomo               1995-97    3   
T7   Kerry Wood               2001-03    3   
T7   Jake Peavy               2005-07    3   
T7   Cliff Lee                2011-13    3   

MOST YEARS WITH 50+ STRIKEOUTS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, DODGERS

T1   Sandy Koufax               9
T1   Dazzy Vance                9
3    Van Lingle Mungo           4
T4   Eric Gagne                 3
T4   Clayton Kershaw            3
T4   Hideo Nomo                 3
T4   Nap Rucker                 3
T4   Fernando Valenzuela        3
T9   Wild Bill Donovan          2
T9   Don Drysdale               2
T9   Stan Williams              2

2) Yesterday, Phillies SS Jimmy Rollins set the National League record (since 1914) for most games 0 for 5+. (playindex)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   33   -5    4   -9  .316  .427  .743  .521   4.87  .250  23   68   30  156  Phillies     
2013   34  -19  -15   -4  .318  .348  .667  .409   3.88  .252   6   39   22  160  Phillies     
2014   35   16    7    9  .326  .398  .724  .544   4.78  .247  17   55   28  133  Phillies     
CAREER     -24   29  -53  .327  .424  .751  .509   5.12  .268 216  887  453 2085  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .334  .424  .758  .500   5.00  .264 278 1092  147 

MOST GAMES, 0 FOR 5+, NATIONAL LEAGUE

1   Jimmy Rollins      109
2   Pete Rose          108
3   Craig Biggio        99
T4  Don Kessinger       97
T4  Lou Brock           97
6   Red Schoendienst    95
7   Rabbit Maranville   93
T8  Maury Wills         87
T8  Rafael Furcal       87
10  Willie Davis        82
3) Yesterday, Marlins RF Giancarlo Stanton became the 2nd player in Marlins history with a 35+ HR, 100 RBI season and is also the 2nd player in team history with 20+ HR above the league average & 40+ RBI above the league average in a season. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Stanton is the 2nd player in Marlins history with 60+ TRAA in a season. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)
YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   22   47   41    6  .361  .608  .969  .728   8.09  .290  37   86    6  123  Marlins      
2013   23   19   19    0  .365  .480  .845  .632   6.14  .249  24   62    1  116  Marlins      
2014   24   61   52    9  .401  .561  .962  .754   8.19  .293  35  101   10  137  Marlins      
CAREER     184  148   36  .365  .541  .906  .679   6.96  .272 152  395   27  626  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .326  .403  .729  .500   4.63  .258  54  262   42 

MARLINS WITH 35+ HOMERUNS & 100+ RBI, SINGLE SEASON

                                   HR      RBI  
1996--Gary Sheffield               42      120   
2014--Giancarlo Stanton            35      100

MARLINS WITH 20+ HOMERUNS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE & 40+ RBI ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, SINGLE SEASON


                                HR VS LG  RBI VS LG
1996--Gary Sheffield               28       58   
2014--Giancarlo Stanton            24       45

MOST TRAA, SINGLE SEASON, MARLINS

1    Gary Sheffield           1996       73   
2    Giancarlo Stanton        2014       61   
3    Hanley Ramirez           2008       58   
4    Cliff Floyd              2001       57   
5    Miguel Cabrera           2006       50   
T6   Carlos Delgado           2005       47   
T6   Giancarlo Stanton        2012       47   
8    Hanley Ramirez           2009       42   
9    Giancarlo Stanton        2011       40   
T10  Gary Sheffield           1995       38   
T10  Miguel Cabrera           2005       38   
4) Yesterday, Astros 2B Jose Altuve moved into the top 10 for most hits above the league average, among AL 2B, and became the 3rd different 2B in AL West history with 60 hits above the league average. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Altuve became the 4th different 2B in AL West history with 50 SB in a season. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Altuve has had consecutive games with 4 hits, giving him 5 4-hit games during the season, 1 shy of the team record (Lee May, 1972; Miguel Tejada, 2009). (Elias) Altuve became the 3rd Astros player in the 21st century with back to back 4 hit games (Miguel Tejada & Lance Berkman (1 was 5), 2008). (playindex)
YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   22   13    7    6  .340  .399  .740  .540   5.02  .290   7   37   33  147  Astros       
2013   23  -27  -20   -7  .316  .363  .678  .384   3.63  .283   5   52   35  152  Astros       
2014   24   29   35   -6  .377  .451  .829  .689   6.72  .340   7   47   50  135  Astros       
CAREER       6   13   -7  .338  .398  .736  .524   4.83  .301  21  148  125  491  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .321  .407  .729  .500   4.59  .255  58  234   33 

MOST HITS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, SINGLE SEASON, AMERICAN LEAGUE, 2B

HITS                          YEAR     DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Nap Lajoie               1901      111      232      121   A's
2    Nap Lajoie               1910      104      227      123   Indians
3    Nap Lajoie               1904       95      208      113   Indians
4    Nap Lajoie               1906       81      214      133   Indians
5    Rod Carew                1974       77      218      141   Twins
6    Eddie Collins            1909       71      198      127   A's
7    Eddie Collins            1920       68      224      156   White Sox
T8   Julio Franco             1991       66      201      135   Rangers
T8   Rod Carew                1975       66      192      126   Twins
10   Jose Altuve              2014       64      193      129   Astros


HITS                          YEAR     DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Rod Carew                1974       77      218      141   Twins
T2   Julio Franco             1991       66      201      135   Rangers
T2   Rod Carew                1975       66      192      126   Twins
4    Jose Altuve              2014       64      193      129   Astros
5    Rod Carew                1973       60      203      143   Twins
6    Bret Boone               2001       57      206      149   Mariners
7    Robinson Cano            2014       48      162      114   Mariners
8    Rod Carew                1969       46      152      106   Twins
9    Rod Carew                1972       45      170      125   Twins
10   Johnny Ray               1988       42      184      142   Angels

MOST STOLEN BASES, SINGLE SEASON, AMERICAN LEAGUE WEST, 2B

1    Harold Reynolds          1987       60   Mariners
2    Julio Cruz               1978       59   Mariners
3    Julio Cruz               1983       57   Mariners/White Sox
4    Bump Wills               1978       52   Rangers
5    Jose Altuve              2014       50   Astros
6    Julio Cruz               1979       49   Mariners
7    Julio Cruz               1982       46   Mariners
8    Julio Cruz               1980       45   Mariners
T9   Dave Nelson              1973       43   Rangers
T9   Julio Cruz               1981       43   Mariners

5) Yesterday, Brewers P Yovani Gallardo tied the team record for career SO and is 2nd vs. the league average. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR AGE RSAA  ERA     G  GS   IP    SO   SO/9   WHIP   W   L   SV  NW  NL  TEAM
2012 26   14   3.66   33  33  204    204  9.00   1.30  16   9   0  14  11  Brewers      
2013 27   -4   4.18   31  31  180.2  144  7.17   1.36  12  10   0  10  12  Brewers      
2014 28    5   3.43   28  28  170.2  126  6.64   1.26   8   8   0   9   7  Brewers      
CAREER    49   3.68  210 207 1267.2 1206  8.56   1.30  89  61   0  80  70  
LG AVG     0   4.03          1267.2 1061  7.53   1.34  70  71 

MOST CAREER STRIKEOUTS, BREWERS

T1   Yovani Gallardo            1206   
T1   Ben Sheets                 1206   
3    Teddy Higuera              1081   
4    Jim Slaton                  929   
5    Moose Haas                  800   
6    Chris Bosio                 749   
7    Bill Wegman                 696   
8    Cal Eldred                  686   
9    Chris Capuano               616   
10   David Bush                  605   

MOST CAREER STRIKEOUTS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, BREWERS

STRIKEOUTS                      DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Teddy Higuera               206     1081      875   
2    Yovani Gallardo             145     1206     1061   
3    Dan Plesac                  114      448      334   
4    Ben Sheets                  105     1206     1101   
5    John Axford                  96      318      222   
6    Mark Clear                   76      192      116   
7    Zack Greinke                 71      323      252   
8    Derrick Turnbow              70      222      152   
9    Chad Fox                     59      159      100   
10   Jesse Orosco                 58      143       85   
6) Yesterday, Reds CF Billy Hamilton set the team record for SB in a season by a rookie and already held the record vs. the league average. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)
YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2013   22    6    5    1  .429  .474  .902  .884  13.50  .368   0    1   13   13  Reds         
2014   23    4   -1    5  .305  .382  .688  .491   4.11  .269   6   46   55  132  Reds         
CAREER      10    4    6  .310  .386  .696  .524   4.42  .273   6   47   68  145  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .319  .403  .722  .500   4.20  .251  16   58    9 

MOST STOLEN BASES, REDS, ROOKIES

1    Billy Hamilton           2014       55   
2    Bob Bescher              1909       54   
3    Chris Sabo               1988       46   
4    Jimmy Barrett            1900       44   
T5   Dick Egan                1909       39   
T5   Gary Redus               1983       39   
7    Evar Swanson             1929       33   
8    Tracy Jones              1987       31   
9    Fred Odwell              1904       30   
10   Sammy Bohne              1921       26   

MOST STOLEN BASES ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, REDS, ROOKIES

STOLEN BASES                  YEAR     DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Billy Hamilton           2014       46       55        9   
2    Bob Bescher              1909       36       54       18   
3    Chris Sabo               1988       30       46       16   
4    Gary Redus               1983       25       39       14   
5    Evar Swanson             1929       24       33        9   
T6   Tracy Jones              1987       20       31       11   
T6   Jimmy Barrett            1900       20       44       24   
T6   Dick Egan                1909       20       39       19   
9    Pokey Reese              1997       15       25       10   
10   Jacob Brumfield          1993       14       20        6   

7) Yesterday, Cardinals SS Jhonny Peralta became the 5th SS in Cardinals history with 35+ 2B and 50+ extra base hits. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   30  -24  -18   -6  .305  .384  .689  .378   3.59  .239  13   63    1  150  Tigers       
2013   31   20   11    9  .358  .457  .815  .584   5.85  .303  11   55    3  107  Tigers       
2014   32   15   10    5  .347  .458  .805  .567   5.28  .271  18   63    2  135  Cardinals    
CAREER      13  -10   23  .331  .428  .759  .494   4.74  .268 174  761   15 1518  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .331  .420  .751  .500   4.80  .265 161  716  104 

CARDINALS SS WITH 35+ DOUBLES & 50+ EXTRA BASE HITS

                                   2B      EBH  
1930--Charlie Gelbert              39       53   
1963--Dick Groat                   43       60   
1997--Royce Clayton                39       53   
2003--Edgar Renteria               47       61   
2014--Jhonny Peralta               35       53

8) Yesterday, Yankees 2B Martin Prado extended his streak to 6 consecutive years with 10+ HR, while being league average in HR, which is tied for the 2nd longest streak in MLB history. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   28    4   14  -10  .359  .438  .796  .570   5.61  .301  10   70   17  156  Braves       
2013   29   -9   -2   -7  .333  .417  .750  .487   4.30  .282  14   82    3  155  Diamondbacks 
2014   30  -11   -9   -2  .317  .397  .714  .431   4.04  .275  10   55    3  135  Diamondbacks/Yankees
CAREER       2   19  -17  .339  .427  .766  .517   4.89  .290  76  423   36  973  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .329  .410  .739  .500   4.71  .261 100  437   66 

MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS WITH 10+ HOMERUNS & BELOW LEAGUE AVERAGE IN HR

1    Ray Durham               1996-02    7   
T2   Jeff Cirillo             1996-01    6   
T2   Edgar Renteria           1999-04    6   
T2   Derek Jeter              2005-10    6   
T2   Martin Prado             2009-14    6   
T2   Nick Markakis            2009-14    6   
T7   Al Dark                  1950-54    5   
T7   Johnny Logan             1955-59    5   
T7   Mark Grace               1997-01    5   
T7   Joe Randa                1999-03    5   
T7   Shannon Stewart          2001-05    5   

9) Yesterday, Yankees 2B Stephen Drew played in his 1000th career game.

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   29  -12   -7   -5  .309  .348  .657  .415   3.87  .223   7   28    1   79  Diamondbacks/A's
2013   30    5   10   -5  .333  .443  .777  .575   5.20  .253  13   67    6  124  Red Sox      
2014   31  -10  -11    1  .243  .319  .562  .274   2.50  .167   6   21    1   64  Red Sox/Yankees
CAREER     -34   -9  -25  .324  .428  .753  .491   5.01  .258  96  437   41 1000  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .338  .419  .757  .500   5.11  .270 112  486   64 

10) Yesterday, Red Sox SS Xander Bogaerts (21 years old) became the youngest Red Sox hitter with a 4 hit game since 1980 (Glenn Hoffman, 5/8, also 21). (@MLBStatoftheDay) Bogaerts and CF Mookie Betts became the 2nd set of Red Sox teammates, ages 21 or younger, to both have 3+ hits in a game (Tony Conigliaro/Tony Horton, 8/21/65). (Elias) This is the 1st time since 1987 that the Red Sox have 350+ hits in a season by rookies. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

BOGAERTS
YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2013   20    0   -1    1  .320  .364  .684  .440   3.86  .250   1    5    1   18  Red Sox      
2014   21  -19  -11   -8  .298  .350  .648  .402   3.40  .231   9   32    2  122  Red Sox      
CAREER     -19  -12   -7  .300  .352  .652  .405   3.44  .232  10   37    3  140  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .326  .399  .726  .500   4.24  .261  12   59    8 

BETTS
YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2014   21    5    6   -1  .358  .474  .832  .685   6.46  .284   4   10    4   28  Red Sox      
CAREER       5    6   -1  .358  .474  .832  .685   6.46  .284   4   10    4   28  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .327  .399  .726  .500   4.23  .261   2   10    1 

RED SOX SEASONS WITH 350+ HITS BY ROOKIES

1908--Red Sox                     479   
1911--Red Sox                     386   
1925--Red Sox                     630   
1926--Red Sox                     488   
1939--Red Sox                     364   
1942--Red Sox                     409   
1943--Red Sox                     380   
1947--Red Sox                     357   
1952--Red Sox                     458   
1961--Red Sox                     433   
1966--Red Sox                     387   
1975--Red Sox                     381   
1987--Red Sox                     465   
2014--Red Sox                     356   

11) Yesterday, Orioles 3B Kelly Johnson became the 1st player to play for all 5 current AL East teams and is the 2nd player to play for 3 teams in the same division in a season (Bob Reynolds, 1975, Orioles/Tigers/Indians, AL East). (Elias) Johnson is the 2nd player in AL East history to play for 5 teams in the division. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   30  -14   -8   -6  .313  .365  .678  .441   4.03  .225  16   55   14  142  Blue Jays    
2013   31   -2   -1   -1  .305  .410  .715  .491   4.27  .235  16   52    7  118  Rays         
2014   32    0   -4    4  .290  .354  .644  .432   3.69  .212   6   23    2   88  Yankees/Red Sox/Orioles
CAREER      12   15   -3  .332  .423  .755  .511   4.99  .250 130  465   81 1139  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .333  .416  .749  .500   4.86  .263 118  497   72 

MOST AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST TEAMS PLAYED FOR

T1   Rick Cerone                5   Indians (14), Blue Jays (255), Yankees (587), Brewers (68), Red Sox (186)
T1   Kelly Johnson              5   Blue Jays (175), Rays (118), Red Sox (10), Orioles (1), Yankees (77)
T3   Juan Beniquez              4   Red Sox (233), Yankees (62), Orioles (113), Blue Jays (66)
T3   Jose Canseco               4   Red Sox (198), Blue Jays (151), Rays (174), Yankees (37)
T3   Kevin Cash                 4   Blue Jays (101), Rays (13), Red Sox (102), Yankees (10)
T3   Rick Dempsey               4   Yankees (141), Orioles (1245), Indians (60), Brewers (61)
T3   John Flaherty              4   Red Sox (48), Tigers (193), Rays (471), Yankees (134)
T3   Chris Gomez                4   Tigers (301), Rays (188), Blue Jays (109), Orioles (217)
T3   Nick Green                 4   Rays (128), Yankees (46), Red Sox (104), Blue Jays (9)
T3   Eric Hinske                4   Blue Jays (655), Red Sox (115), Rays (133), Yankees (39)
T3   Elliott Maddox             4   Tigers (109), Senators (128), Yankees (210), Orioles (49)
T3   Jeff Manto                 4   Indians (77), Orioles (89), Red Sox (22), Yankees (6)
T3   Bob Melvin                 4   Tigers (41), Orioles (257), Red Sox (77), Yankees (9)
T3   Jerry Moses                4   Red Sox (145), Indians (52), Yankees (21), Tigers (74)
T3   Otis Nixon                 4   Yankees (13), Indians (277), Red Sox (103), Blue Jays (228)
T3   Jamie Quirk                4   Brewers (93), Indians (1), Orioles (25), Yankees (13)
T3   Aurelio Rodriguez          4   Senators (142), Tigers (1241), Yankees (79), Orioles (45)
T3   Mark Whiten                4   Blue Jays (79), Indians (218), Red Sox (32), Yankees (69)

12) Yesterday, the Rangers set the major league record by using their 60th player (old: 2002 Indians, 2002 & 2008 Padres, 59). (Rangers team notes)

13) From Saturday-yesterday, the Braves scored just 1 run. It is the 2nd time in Braves history that they scored just 1 run over a 4 game span, all in the same homestand (June 2007). (Elias)

14) On Sunday, White Sox DH Jose Abreu became the 1st White Sox rookie since 1969 to reach base safely 200 times in a season. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Abreu is 2nd in White Sox history for most times reached base safely vs. the league average, among rookies. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2014   27   51   50    1  .381  .602  .983  .768   8.31  .320  33   99    2  122  White Sox    
CAREER      51   50    1  .381  .602  .983  .768   8.31  .320  33   99    2  122  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .320  .391  .710  .500   4.32  .254  11   50    7 

WHITE SOX ROOKIES WITH 200+ TIMES REACHED BASE SAFELY, SINCE 1950

1950--Chico Carrasquel            219   
1951--Minnie Minoso               252   
1963--Pete Ward                   234   
1966--Tommie Agee                 223   
1969--Bill Melton                 203   
2014--Jose Abreu                  200   

MOST TIMES REACHED BASE SAFELY ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, WHITE SOX, ROOKIES

REACHED BASE                  YEAR     DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Minnie Minoso            1951       65      252      187   
2    Jose Abreu               2014       48      200      152   
3    Frank Thomas             1990       45      109       64   
4    Morrie Rath              1912       43      263      220   
T5   Floyd Robinson           1961       38      190      152   
T5   Guy Curtright            1943       38      214      176   
7    Alex Metzler             1927       33      243      210   
8    Carlos May               1969       32      167      135   
9    Pete Ward                1963       24      234      210   
10   Zeke Bonura              1934       23      218      195   

15) Last Thursday-Sunday (8/28-8/31), the Angels swept the A's in a 4 game series for the 1st since 1997. (Angels team notes) The Angels set a team record with their 4th 4 game sweep of the season. (Angels team notes)

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