Stats report: David Ortiz ties a Ted Williams record

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1) Yesterday, Red Sox DH David Ortiz tied the team record with his 8th career 30+ HR season, tying the record held by Ted Williams, and Ortiz also tied the AL East record for 30+ HR seasons. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) This is Ortiz’s 5th year with 30+ HR & 20+ HR above the league average, which ranks 3rd in Red Sox history. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) It was his 14th time that Ortiz had 4 + hits in a game, including a HR, which moved him into 3rd place on the Red Sox career list. (playindex)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   36   40   40    0  .415  .611 1.026  .769   9.70  .318  23   60    0   90  Red Sox      
2013   37   47   47    0  .395  .564  .959  .737   7.73  .309  30  103    4  137  Red Sox      
2014   38   25   25    0  .355  .523  .878  .667   6.24  .263  30   93    0  120  Red Sox      
CAREER     497  498   -1  .380  .547  .927  .668   7.48  .285 461 1522   15 2089  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .338  .423  .761  .500   5.08  .273 211  985  126 

MOST YEARS WITH 30+ HOMERUNS, RED SOX

T1   Ted Williams               8   
T1   David Ortiz                8   
3    Manny Ramirez              6   
4    Jimmie Foxx                5   
T5   Jim Rice                   4   
T5   Mo Vaughn                  4   
T7   Carl Yastrzemski           3   
T7   Dwight Evans               3   
T9   Tony Armas                 2   
T9   Dick Stuart                2   
T9   Vern Stephens              2   
T9   Tony Conigliaro            2   
T9   Nomar Garciaparra          2   

MOST YEARS WITH 30+ HOMERUNS & 20+ HOMERUNS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, RED SOX

1    Ted Williams               7   
2    Manny Ramirez              6   
T3   David Ortiz                5   
T3   Jimmie Foxx                5   
T5   Jim Rice                   4   
T5   Mo Vaughn                  4   
7    Carl Yastrzemski           3   
8    Tony Armas                 2   
T9   Tony Conigliaro            1   
T9   Vern Stephens              1   
T9   Ken Harrelson              1   
T9   Jackie Jensen              1   
T9   Fred Lynn                  1   
T9   Rico Petrocelli            1   
T9   Carl Everett               1   
T9   Dick Stuart                1   

MOST YEARS WITH 30+ HOMERUNS, AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST

T1   Carlos Delgado             8   
T1   David Ortiz                8   
3    Alex Rodriguez             7   
T4   Manny Ramirez              6   
T4   Joe Carter                 6   
T4   Cecil Fielder              6   
T7   Jason Giambi               5   
T7   Eddie Murray               5   
T9   Gorman Thomas              4   
T9   Jim Rice                   4   
T9   Mo Vaughn                  4   
T9   Fred McGriff               4   
T9   Rafael Palmeiro            4   

MOST GAMES WITH 4+ HITS & 1+ HOMERUNS, RED SOX

1   Ted Williams      19
2   Jim Rice          18
3   David Ortiz       14
4   Carl Yastrzemski  13
5   Bobby Doerr       12
6   Manny Ramirez     10
7   Nomar Garciaparra  8
T8  Vern Stephens      7
T8  Frank Malzone      7
T8  Mike Greenwell     7
T8  Dwight Evans       7

2) This is the 22nd consecutive year the Red Sox have had a 25+ HR hitter, which is tied for the 5th longest streak in MLB history (with the Angels, whose streak is intact and already have 1 this year). (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS WITH A 25+ HOMERUN HITTER

1    Blue Jays                1983-07   25   
T2   Yankees                  1920-43   24   
T2   Cubs                     1989-12   24   
4    White Sox                1991-13   23   
T5   Red Sox                  1993-14   22   
T5   Angels                   1993-14   22
7    Giants                   1953-73   21   
8    Cubs                     1954-73   20   
T9   Cardinals                1995-12   18   
T9   Yankees                  1996-13   18 

3) Yesterday, Tigers DH Victor Martinez hit his 50th career Tigers HR, became the 7th switch hitter in team history to reach 50 HR and is 7th vs. the league average, among Tigers switch hitters. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Martinez is the 11th player in Tigers history to hit 50+ HR for the team and hit 3+ in the postseason. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Martinez is the 6th switch hitter in AL history with 6+ seasons with 20+ HR & 20+ 2B (25 2B, 24 HR in 2014). (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2011   32   24   24    0  .380  .470  .850  .636   6.39  .330  12  103    1  145  Tigers       
2013   34    6    5    1  .355  .430  .785  .527   5.15  .301  14   83    0  159  Tigers       
2014   35   33   34   -1  .392  .553  .945  .708   7.69  .325  24   79    3  113  Tigers       
CAREER     165  176  -11  .370  .471  .842  .599   6.10  .305 181  903    7 1421  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .334  .423  .757  .500   4.90  .267 148  666   91 

MOST CAREER HOMERUNS, TIGERS, SWITCH HITTERS

1    Tony Clark                  156   
2    Mickey Tettleton            112   
3    Carlos Guillen               95   
4    Dmitri Young                 82   
5    Roy Cullenbine               63   
6    Tony Phillips                61   
7    Victor Martinez              50   
8    Melvin Nieves                44   
9    Billy Rogell                 39   
10   Ramon Santiago               28   

MOST CAREER HOMERUNS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, SWITCH HITTERS

HOMERUNS                        DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Tony Clark                   60      156       96   
2    Mickey Tettleton             58      112       54   
3    Roy Cullenbine               33       63       30   
4    Dmitri Young                 30       82       52   
5    Melvin Nieves                15       44       29   
6    Pinky Hargrave                9       18        9   
7    Victor Martinez               7       50       43   
8    Carlos Guillen                6       95       89   
T9   Howard Johnson                3       19       16   
T9   Junior Felix                  3       13       10   

TIGERS WITH 50+ HOMERUNS & 3+ IN THE POSTSEASON

HOMERUNS                        HR       HR--POST
1    Al Kaline                   399        3   
2    Hank Greenberg              306        5   
3    Miguel Cabrera              244        8   
4    Kirk Gibson                 195        4   
5    Alan Trammell               185        3   
6    Magglio Ordonez             107        3   
7    Curtis Granderson           102        3   
8    Craig Monroe                101        5   
9    Alex Avila                   61        3   
10   Jhonny Peralta               53        6   
11   Victor Martinez              50        3   

MOST YEARS WITH 20+ DOUBLES & 20+ HOMERUNS, AMERICAN LEAGUE, SWITCH HITTERS

1    Eddie Murray              13   
2    Nick Swisher               9   
T3   Jorge Posada               8   
T3   Mark Teixeira              8   
T3   Mickey Mantle              8   
T6   Chili Davis                7   
T6   Bernie Williams            7   
T6   Ruben Sierra               7   
T9   Victor Martinez            6   
T9   Jose Valentin              6   

4) Yesterday, Twins 2B Brian Dozier became the 6th player (7th time) in Senators/Twins history with 20+ HR and 20+ SB in a season and became the 7th different 2B in AL history to do it. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   25  -14  -18    4  .271  .332  .603  .281   2.79  .234   6   33    9   84  Twins        
2013   26    0   -6    6  .312  .414  .726  .463   4.20  .244  18   66   14  147  Twins        
2014   27   11    9    2  .333  .412  .746  .564   5.02  .233  20   53   20  122  Twins        
CAREER      -3  -15   12  .311  .394  .705  .462   4.15  .238  44  152   43  353  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .320  .402  .723  .500   4.51  .258  39  169   26 

SENATORS/TWINS WITH 20+ HOMERUNS & 20+ STOLEN BASES

                                   HR       SB   
1977--Larry Hisle                  28       21   
1986--Kirby Puckett                31       20   
1995--Marty Cordova                24       20   
2001--Corey Koskie                 26       27   
2002--Torii Hunter                 29       23   
2004--Torii Hunter                 23       21   
2014--Brian Dozier                 20       20   

AMERICAN LEAGUE 2B WITH 20+ HOMERUNS & 20+ STOLEN BASES

                                   HR       SB   
1997--Damion Easley                22       28   Tigers
1999--Roberto Alomar               24       37   Indians
2001--Ray Durham                   20       23   White Sox
2001--Roberto Alomar               20       30   Indians
2002--Alfonso Soriano              39       41   Yankees
2003--Alfonso Soriano              38       35   Yankees
2005--Alfonso Soriano              36       30   Rangers
2007--Ian Kinsler                  20       23   Rangers
2009--Ian Kinsler                  31       31   Rangers
2011--Ian Kinsler                  32       30   Rangers
2011--Dustin Pedroia               21       26   Red Sox
2014--Brian Dozier                 20       20   Twins

5) Yesterday, Cardinals CF Jon Jay became the 5th player in team history to have at least 4 career games with 3+ hits and 1+ HBP. (playindex) Jay became the 4th player in MLB history (since 1900) to have 6 HBP over a 6 game span (Ron Hunt, 1971; Carlos Quentin, 2008; Marlon Byrd, 2010). (Elias)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   27   22   10   12  .373  .400  .773  .573   5.50  .305   4   40   19  117  Cardinals    
2013   28    2    5   -3  .351  .370  .721  .536   4.53  .276   7   67   10  157  Cardinals    
2014   29    6    9   -3  .385  .407  .791  .599   5.54  .313   3   36    6  108  Cardinals    
CAREER      41   34    7  .360  .401  .762  .559   5.05  .296  28  207   43  646  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .322  .400  .722  .500   4.43  .256  51  228   40 

MOST CAREER GAMES WITH 3+ HITS & 1+ HBP

1   Albert Pujols   7
T2  Stan Musial     5
T2  Fernando Vina   5
T4  Rogers Hornsby  4
T4  Jon Jay         4

6) Yesterday, Phillies SS Jimmy Rollins tied the team record with his 13th year with 20+ 2B. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) This is Rollins’s 4th year with 20+ doubles, while being below league average in 2B, which is tied for 2nd in Phillies history. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Rollins tied Barry Bonds for 2nd all time with his 11th season with 20+ 2B, 10+ HR & 20+ SB. (@AceballStats)

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    8    0    8  .317  .382  .699  .501   4.38  .238  15   50   24  122  Phillies     
CAREER     -32   22  -54  .327  .423  .750  .507   5.09  .267 214  882  449 2074  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .334  .424  .758  .500   5.00  .264 276 1088  147 

MOST YEARS WITH 20+ DOUBLES, PHILLIES

T1   Mike Schmidt              13   
T1   Jimmy Rollins             13   
3    Del Ennis                 11   
4    Sherry Magee              10   
T5   Chase Utley                9   
T5   Bobby Abreu                9   
T7   Granny Hamner              8   
T7   Johnny Callison            8   
T7   Chuck Klein                8   
T7   Fred Luderus               8   
T7   Pat Burrell                8   
T7   Richie Ashburn             8   

MOST YEARS WITH 20+ DOUBLES AND BELOW LEAGUE AVERAGE IN 2B, PHILLIES

1    Heinie Sand                5   
T2   Ryan Howard                4   
T2   Mike Schmidt               4   
T2   Jimmy Rollins              4   
T2   Del Ennis                  4   
T2   Pat Burrell                4   
T7   Bernie Friberg             3   
T7   Richie Ashburn             3   
T7   Tony Taylor                3   
T7   Doug Glanville             3   
T7   Cy Williams                3   
T7   Dolph Camilli              3   

MOST YEARS WITH 20+ DOUBLES, 10+ HOMERUNS & 20+ STOLEN BASES

1    Bobby Abreu               12   
T2   Barry Bonds               11   
T2   Jimmy Rollins             11   
T4   Paul Molitor               9   
T4   Bobby Bonds                9   
T6   Derek Jeter                8   
T6   Cesar Cedeno               8   
T6   Willie Davis               8   
T6   Johnny Damon               8   
T6   Rickey Henderson           8   
T6   Joe Morgan                 8   
T6   Vada Pinson                8   

7) Yesterday, the Nationals became the 3rd team in the past 20 years to have 4 walkoff wins in a game 5 game (2000 Royals (4 consecutive games), 2009 Cubs) and the only other time in franchise history that they did it was in 1988, as the Expos. (Elias)

8) Yankees CF Jacoby Ellsbury is the 1st player in Yankees/Red Sox history to have a 30+ SB season with both teams, is just the 3rd player with 25+ SB with both teams and the 1st to do that in back to back years, doing it for both teams. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   28   -9   -7   -2  .313  .370  .682  .421   4.23  .271   4   26   14   74  Red Sox      
2013   29   33   26    7  .355  .426  .781  .641   6.05  .298   9   53   52  134  Red Sox      
2014   30   20   12    8  .341  .400  .741  .587   5.20  .276  10   54   34  121  Yankees      
CAREER     125   90   35  .349  .433  .782  .581   5.84  .294  75  368  275  836  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .333  .415  .748  .500   4.88  .269  95  426   60 

PLAYERS WITH 30+ STOLEN BASE SEASONS FOR THE YANKEES & RED SOX

2008--Jacoby Ellsbury              50   Red Sox
2009--Jacoby Ellsbury              70   Red Sox
2011--Jacoby Ellsbury              39   Red Sox
2013--Jacoby Ellsbury              52   Red Sox
2014--Jacoby Ellsbury              34   Yankees

PLAYERS WITH 25+ STOLEN BASES FOR THE YANKEES & RED SOX

1931--Ben Chapman                  61   Yankees
1932--Ben Chapman                  38   Yankees
1933--Ben Chapman                  27   Yankees
1934--Ben Chapman                  26   Yankees
1937--Ben Chapman                  27   Red Sox

2002--Johnny Damon                 31   Red Sox 
2003--Johnny Damon                 30   Red Sox
2006--Johnny Damon                 25   Yankees
2007--Johnny Damon                 27   Yankees
2008--Johnny Damon                 29   Yankees

2008--Jacoby Ellsbury              50   Red Sox
2009--Jacoby Ellsbury              70   Red Sox
2011--Jacoby Ellsbury              39   Red Sox
2013--Jacoby Ellsbury              52   Red Sox
2014--Jacoby Ellsbury              34   Yankees

9) Yesterday, Yankees P Michael Pineda became the 1st pitcher in Yankees history (since 1914) to start a season/his Yankees career with at 6 starts with 2 or less R and 5 or less H. (@ktsharp).

YEAR AGE RSAA  ERA     G  GS   IP    SO   SO/9   WHIP   W   L   SV  NW  NL  TEAM
2011 22    1   3.74   28  28  171    173  9.11   1.10   9  10   0  10   9  Mariners     
2014 25    6   2.05    6   6   30.2   22  6.46   0.88   2   2   0   3   1  Yankees      
CAREER     7   3.48   34  34  201.2  195  8.70   1.07  11  12   0  13  10  
LG AVG     0   3.79           201.2  169  7.54   1.30  11  11 

10) On Tuesday, Twins 1B Joe Mauer reached 20 2B for the 9th time, which is tied for 7th in Senators/Twins history. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   29   27   31   -4  .416  .446  .861  .661   6.72  .319  10   85    8  147  Twins        
2013   30   35   35    0  .404  .476  .880  .716   7.55  .324  11   47    0  113  Twins        
2014   31    2    3   -1  .353  .379  .732  .532   4.68  .278   4   32    3   85  Twins        
CAREER     257  274  -17  .401  .462  .863  .664   6.93  .320 109  666   46 1263  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .328  .418  .746  .500   4.76  .264 127  560   83 

MOST YEARS WITH 20+ DOUBLES, SENATORS/TWINS

1    Sam Rice                  14   
2    Joe Judge                 12   
T3   Kirby Puckett             11   
T3   Mickey Vernon             11   
T5   Rod Carew                 10   
T5   Kent Hrbek                10   
T7   Tony Oliva                 9   
T7   Joe Mauer                  9   
T7   Cecil Travis               9   
T10  Justin Morneau             8   
T10  Bucky Harris               8   
T10  Joe Kuhel                  8   
T10  Goose Goslin               8   
T10  Gary Gaetti                8   

11) Yesterday, the Royals finished their interleague schedule with a team record 15 interleague wins (15-5) (old record: 13, 2008). The Royals were 1 shy of the MLB record for interleague wins, held by the 2002 A’s, 2006 Red Sox & 2006 Twins (all 16-2). (Royals team notes)

12) On Tuesday, Braves LF Justin Upton played in his 1000th career game.

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   24   19    8   11  .355  .430  .785  .544   5.59  .280  17   67   18  150  Diamondbacks 
2013   25   28   24    4  .354  .464  .818  .633   5.85  .263  27   70    8  149  Braves       
2014   26   31   33   -2  .364  .520  .884  .711   6.91  .287  24   81    7  121  Braves       
CAREER     143  122   21  .357  .479  .836  .597   6.11  .277 159  514   95 1001  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .333  .410  .744  .500   4.93  .266 105  456   62 

13) On Tuesday, the Padres got their 4th 4 hit game by a rookie this season (Abraham Almonte, Tuesday; Tommy Medica, 7/25 & 8/1; Yangervis Solarte, 7/30), which ties their team record (1986). (Padres team notes)

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Around the majors report: August 21, 2014
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News report: Garrett Richards is hurt
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