Stats report: Mike Trout makes more history

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1) Yesterday, Angels CF Mike Trout passed Ted Williams (and also Bob Horner) for most HR for ages 20-22 and he is 8th vs. the league average. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   20   82   76    6  .399  .564  .963  .817   9.34  .326  30   83   49  139  Angels       
2013   21   87   85    2  .432  .557  .988  .811   9.85  .323  27   97   33  157  Angels       
2014   22   67   67    0  .379  .568  .947  .785   8.27  .290  35  109   14  150  Angels       
CAREER     236  227    9  .396  .551  .947  .792   8.75  .306  97  305  100  486  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .313  .396  .710  .500   4.21  .252  46  196   31 

MOST CAREER HOMERUNS, AGES 20-22

1    Eddie Mathews               112   Braves
2    Alex Rodriguez              101   Mariners
3    Frank Robinson               98   Reds
4    Mel Ott                      96   Giants
5    Giancarlo Stanton            93   Marlins
6    Mike Trout                   92   Angels
T7   Bob Horner                   91   Braves
T7   Ted Williams                 91   Red Sox
9    Johnny Bench                 86   Reds
10   Jimmie Foxx                  83   A's

MOST CAREER HOMERUNS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, AGES 20-22

HOMERUNS                        DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Eddie Mathews                79      112       33   Braves
2    Ted Williams                 62       91       29   Red Sox
T3   Giancarlo Stanton            60       93       33   Marlins
T3   Mel Ott                      60       96       36   Giants
T5   Jimmie Foxx                  57       83       26   A's
T5   Bob Horner                   57       91       34   Braves
7    Joe DiMaggio                 53       75       22   Yankees
8    Mike Trout                   49       92       43   Angels
9    Johnny Bench                 47       86       39   Reds
10   Juan Gonzalez                46       74       28   Rangers

2) Yesterday, Red Sox DH David Ortiz tied Rafael Palmeiro for 6th place for most career HR above the league average, among AL left handed hitters, and tied the Red Sox record with his 5th season with 35+ HR. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) On Friday, Red Sox DH Ortiz set the team record for most HR against the Orioles, since they moved to Baltimore (39) (old: Jim Rice, 38) and is 3rd in Red Sox history vs. the Browns/Orioles. (Red Sox team notes, playindex) Ortiz also hit 3 HR vs. the Orioles, with the Twins, and his 42 HR against them is tied for 4th all time (since the move to Baltimore). (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   29   29    0  .356  .520  .877  .667   6.26  .264  35  104    0  141  Red Sox      
CAREER     501  502   -1  .379  .547  .926  .668   7.47  .285 466 1533   15 2110  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .338  .423  .761  .500   5.07  .273 213  994  128 

MOST CAREER HOMERUNS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, AMERICAN LEAGUE, LEFT HANDED HITTERS

HOMERUNS                        DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Babe Ruth                   603      708      105   Red Sox/Yankees
T2   Lou Gehrig                  365      493      128   Yankees
T2   Ted Williams                365      521      156   Red Sox
4    Reggie Jackson              327      563      236   A's/Orioles/Yankees/Angels/A's
5    Jim Thome                   288      511      223   Indians/White Sox/Twins/Indians/Orioles
T6   David Ortiz                 253      466      213   Twins/Red Sox
T6   Rafael Palmeiro             253      544      291   Rangers/Orioles/Rangers/Orioles
8    Ken Griffey Jr.             239      420      181   Mariners/White Sox/Mariners
9    Jason Giambi                203      418      215   A's/Yankees/A's/Indians
10   Yogi Berra                  193      358      165   Yankees

MOST YEARS WITH 35+ HOMERUNS, RED SOX

T1   Jimmie Foxx                5
T1   David Ortiz                5
T1   Manny Ramirez              5
T1   Ted Williams               5
T5   Jim Rice                   4
T5   Mo Vaughn                  4
7    Carl Yastrzemski           3
8    Tony Armas                 2
T9   Jason Bay                  1
T9   Tony Conigliaro            1
T9   Nomar Garciaparra          1
T9   Ken Harrelson              1
T9   Jackie Jensen              1
T9   Fred Lynn                  1
T9   Rico Petrocelli            1
T9   Vern Stephens              1
T9   Dick Stuart                1

MOST HOMERUNS, RED SOX, VS. ORIOLES

1   David Ortiz       39
2   Jim Rice          38
3   Carl Yastrzemski  33
4   Dwight Evans      31
5   Mo Vaughn         28
6   Kevin Youkilis    22
T7  Rico Petrocelli   21
T7  Manny Ramirez     21
T9  Ted Williams      20
T9  Jason Varitek     20

MOST HOMERUNS, RED SOX, VS. BROWNS/ORIOLES

1    Ted Williams      80
2    Bobby Doerr       46
3    David Ortiz       39
4    Jim Rice          38
5    Jimmie Foxx       36
6    Carl Yastrzemski  33
7    Dwight Evans      31
8    Mo Vaughn         28
9    Kevin Youkilis    22
T10  Rico Petrocelli   21
T10  Manny Ramirez     21

MOST HOMERUNS VS. ORIOLES

1    Harmon Killebrew  68
2    Alex Rodriguez    61
3    Mickey Mantle     44
T4   David Ortiz       42
T4   Frank Thomas      42
6    Al Kaline         40
7    Rocky Colavito    39
T8   Reggie Jackson    38
T8   Jim Rice          38
T10  Manny Ramirez     36
T10  Vernon Wells      36

3) Yesterday, Astros 2B Jose Altuve set the MLB records for hits and hits vs. the league average, in a season, by a Venezuelan born player. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) On Friday, Altuve set the Astros record for singles in a season and he easily holds the record vs. the league average. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Yesterday, Altuve moved up to a tie for 5th all time for hits in a season by a player whose last name starts with A and is closing in on the MLB 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
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   40   45   -5  .380  .457  .836  .712   6.92  .344   7   55   54  151  Astros       
CAREER      17   23   -6  .340  .401  .742  .539   4.94  .303  21  156  129  507  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .321  .407  .728  .500   4.55  .255  59  239   34 

MOST HITS, SINGLE SEASON, BORN IN VENEZUELA

1    Jose Altuve              2014      218   Astros
2    Magglio Ordonez          2007      216   Tigers
3    Miguel Cabrera           2012      205   Tigers
4    Cesar Tovar              1971      204   Twins
T5   Miguel Cabrera           2005      198   Marlins
T5   Miguel Cabrera           2009      198   Tigers
T7   Carlos Gonzalez          2010      197   Rockies
T7   Miguel Cabrera           2011      197   Tigers
T9   Cesar Tovar              1970      195   Twins
T9   Miguel Cabrera           2006      195   Marlins

MOST HITS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, SINGLE SEASON, BORN IN VENEZUELA

HITS                          YEAR     DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Jose Altuve              2014       75      218      143   Astros
2    Magglio Ordonez          2007       74      216      142   Tigers
3    Miguel Cabrera           2013       64      193      129   Tigers
4    Miguel Cabrera           2011       60      197      137   Tigers
5    Miguel Cabrera           2012       57      205      148   Tigers
T6   Andres Galarraga         1993       54      174      120   Rockies
T6   Miguel Cabrera           2006       54      195      141   Marlins
T6   Victor Martinez          2014       54      180      126   Tigers
9    Melvin Mora              2004       51      187      136   Orioles
T10  Pablo Sandoval           2009       49      189      140   Giants
T10  Miguel Cabrera           2005       49      198      149   Marlins
T10  Miguel Cabrera           2009       49      198      149   Tigers

MOST SINGLES, SINGLE SEASON, ASTROS

SINGLES                       YEAR     DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Jose Altuve              2014       76      164       88   
2    Willy Taveras            2005       50      152      102   
3    Greg Gross               1974       46      156      110   
4    Sonny Jackson            1966       44      160      116   
5    Derek Bell               1995       42      120       78   
6    Jose Altuve              2013       41      139       98   
7    Craig Biggio             1991       37      130       93   
8    Jose Cruz                1983       36      139      103   
9    Bob Watson               1973       34      136      102   
10   Rusty Staub              1967       33      127       94   

MOST SINGLES ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, SINGLE SEASON, ASTROS

SINGLES                       YEAR     DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Jose Altuve              2014       76      164       88   
2    Willy Taveras            2005       50      152      102   
3    Greg Gross               1974       46      156      110   
4    Sonny Jackson            1966       44      160      116   
5    Derek Bell               1995       42      120       78   
6    Jose Altuve              2013       41      139       98   
7    Craig Biggio             1991       37      130       93   
8    Jose Cruz                1983       36      139      103   
9    Bob Watson               1973       34      136      102   
10   Rusty Staub              1967       33      127       94   

MOST HITS, SINGLE SEASON, LAST NAME STARTS WITH "A"

1    Earl Averill             1936      232   Indians
2    Matty Alou               1969      231   Pirates
3    Hank Aaron               1959      223   Braves
4    Richie Ashburn           1951      221   Phillies
T5   Felipe Alou              1966      218   Braves
T5   Jose Altuve              2014      218   Astros
T7   Dale Alexander           1929      215   Tigers
T7   Richie Ashburn           1958      215   Phillies
9    Felipe Alou              1968      210   Braves
10   Earl Averill             1931      209   Indians

MOST HITS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, SINGLE SEASON, LAST NAME STARTS WITH A

HITS                          YEAR     DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Hank Aaron               1959       77      223      146   Braves
2    Jose Altuve              2014       75      218      143   Astros
3    Matty Alou               1969       71      231      160   Pirates
4    Richie Ashburn           1958       68      215      147   Phillies
5    Richie Ashburn           1951       67      221      154   Phillies
T6   Earl Averill             1936       66      232      166   Indians
T6   Luke Appling             1936       66      204      138   White Sox
8    Felipe Alou              1968       62      210      148   Braves
9    Matty Alou               1967       60      186      126   Pirates
T10  Luke Appling             1943       59      192      133   White Sox
T10  Hank Aaron               1963       59      201      142   Braves

5) Yesterday, Angels 1B Albert Pujols reached 100 RBI for the 12th time, which is tied for 5th all time. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   32   40   33    7  .343  .516  .859  .667   6.05  .285  30  105    8  154  Angels       
2013   33    2    0    2  .330  .437  .767  .500   4.44  .258  17   64    1   99  Angels       
2014   34   10   14   -4  .329  .470  .799  .580   4.87  .275  27  100    5  152  Angels       
CAREER     940  810  130  .404  .589  .993  .741   8.52  .318 519 1598   98 2110  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .332  .420  .751  .500   4.77  .262 215  927  134 

MOST YEARS WITH 100+ RBI

1    Alex Rodriguez            14
T2   Jimmie Foxx               13
T2   Lou Gehrig                13
T2   Babe Ruth                 13
T5   Barry Bonds               12
T5   Albert Pujols             12
T5   Manny Ramirez             12
T5   Al Simmons                12
T9   Hank Aaron                11
T9   Miguel Cabrera            11
T9   Goose Goslin              11
T9   Frank Thomas              11

6) Yesterday, Rangers 3B Adrian Beltre tied the major league record, for 3B, with his 13th year with 50+ extra base hits. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) It was the 4th time he’s done it with the Rangers and Beltre has had a 50+ extra base hit season with a record tying, for 3B, 4 teams. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Yesterday, Beltre became the 5th different 3B (11 times) to have 150+ hits above the league average over a 3 year span. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Beltre has moved into the Senators/Rangers top 10 for RCAA over a 3 year span. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   33   36   42   -6  .359  .561  .921  .687   7.65  .321  36  102    1  156  Rangers      
2013   34   35   40   -5  .371  .509  .880  .687   6.88  .315  30   92    1  161  Rangers      
2014   35   31   36   -5  .390  .496  .886  .701   7.13  .327  18   75    1  140  Rangers      
CAREER     247  191   56  .337  .479  .816  .564   5.64  .285 394 1382  117 2416  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .333  .427  .760  .500   4.89  .263 279 1141  164 

MOST YEARS WITH 50+ EXTRA BASE HITS, 3B

T1   Adrian Beltre             13
T1   Eddie Mathews             13
T1   Mike Schmidt              13
4    Chipper Jones             11
5    Scott Rolen               10
T6   George Brett               9
T6   Gary Gaetti                9
T6   Aramis Ramirez             9
T6   Ron Santo                  9
T10  Wade Boggs                 8
T10  Ken Boyer                  8
T10  Vinny Castilla             8
T10  Brooks Robinson            8

MOST TEAMS WITH 50+ EXTRA BASES, SINGLE SEASON, 3B

T1   Adrian Beltre              4   Dodgers (4), Mariners (4), Rangers (4), Red Sox
T1   Troy Glaus                 4   Angels (4), Diamondbacks, Blue Jays, Cardinals
T3   Tony Batista               3   Blue Jays, Orioles, Expos
T3   Vinny Castilla             3   Rockies (6), Astros, Braves
T3   Gary Gaetti                3   Twins (6), Royals, Cardinals
T3   Dean Palmer                3   Rangers (3), Tigers (2), Royals
T3   Aramis Ramirez             3   Cubs (6), Pirates, Brewers
T3   Scott Rolen                3   Phillies (5), Cardinals (3), Reds
T3   Matt Williams              3   Giants (4), Indians, Diamondbacks
T10  24 tied                    2

MOST HITS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE OVER A 3 YEAR SPAN, 3B

HITS                          YEARS       DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Wade Boggs               1985-87      231      647      416   Red Sox
2    Wade Boggs               1986-88      220      621      401   Red Sox
3    Wade Boggs               1984-86      205      650      445   Red Sox
4    Wade Boggs               1983-85      201      653      452   Red Sox
5    Wade Boggs               1987-89      197      619      422   Red Sox
6    Home Run Baker           1912-14      171      572      401   A's
7    Home Run Baker           1911-13      162      588      426   A's
8    Wade Boggs               1988-90      160      606      446   Red Sox
9    George Brett             1979-81      152      496      344   Royals
T10  Adrian Beltre            2012-14      151      563      412   Rangers
T10  Pete Rose                1975-77      151      629      478   Reds

MOST RCAA, 3 YEAR SPAN, SENATORS/RANGERS

1    Alex Rodriguez           2001-03      183   
2    Frank Howard             1968-70      165   
3    Rafael Palmeiro          1999-01      154   
4    Frank Howard             1969-71      140   
5    Frank Howard             1967-69      135   
6    Alex Rodriguez           2000-02      130   
7    Rafael Palmeiro          1991-93      129   
8    Rafael Palmeiro          2000-02      128   
9    Josh Hamilton            2010-12      121   
10   Adrian Beltre            2012-14      118   

7) Yesterday, Pirates CF Andrew McCutchen became the 5th CF in MLB history and the 4th player in Pirates history with 3 consecutive years with 75+ times reached base above the league average. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Yesterday, McCutchen became the 2nd player in Pirates history (since 1914) to have 2 BB and 2 HBP in a game (vs. Brewers) (Starling Marte, 6/2/13). (@AceballStats)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   25   55   65  -10  .400  .553  .953  .778   8.26  .327  31   96   20  157  Pirates      
2013   26   45   54   -9  .404  .508  .911  .745   7.75  .317  21   84   27  157  Pirates      
2014   27   50   57   -7  .402  .532  .935  .767   8.43  .309  23   75   17  138  Pirates      
CAREER     204  245  -41  .384  .496  .880  .703   7.24  .298 126  454  142  872  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .324  .402  .726  .500   4.54  .259  77  365   54 

MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS WITH 75+ TIMES REACHED BASE ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, CF

1    Ty Cobb                  1910-19   10   
T2   Roy Thomas               1900-05    6   
T2   Tris Speaker             1912-17    6   
4    Mickey Mantle            1954-58    5   
5    Andrew McCutchen         2012-14    3
T6   Ty Cobb                  1921-22    2   
T6   Tris Speaker             1922-23    2   
T6   Larry Doby               1950-51    2   
T6   Duke Snider              1954-55    2   
T6   Richie Ashburn           1954-55    2   
T6   Mickey Mantle            1961-62    2   
T6   Mike Trout               2012-13    2   

(Trout is at +72 vs. league average in 2014, so he's closing on joining McCutchen with 3.)

MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS WITH 75+ TIMES REACHED BASE ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, PIRATES

1    Honus Wagner             1904-09    6   
T2   Arky Vaughan             1934-36    3   
T2   Elbie Fletcher           1940-42    3   
T2   Andrew McCutchen         2012-14    3
T5   Honus Wagner             1900-01    2   
T5   Paul Waner               1927-28    2   
T5   Paul Waner               1936-37    2   
T5   Barry Bonds              1991-92    2   

8) Yesterday, Blue Jays RF Jose Bautista moved into a tie for 4th place on the Blue Jays career HR list and is 2nd vs. the league average. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Bautista became the 3rd player in MLB history to hit 7+ HR against the Yankees in a season, after the all star break (Carlos Pena, 2007, 8; Mark Reynolds, 2012, 7). (Elias)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   31   18   17    1  .358  .527  .886  .644   6.32  .241  27   65    5   92  Blue Jays    
2013   32   10   19   -9  .358  .498  .856  .618   6.18  .259  28   73    7  118  Blue Jays    
2014   33   45   47   -2  .405  .527  .931  .728   7.60  .284  34  101    5  148  Blue Jays    
CAREER     152  181  -29  .367  .492  .859  .621   6.36  .257 245  677   49 1243  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .331  .422  .753  .500   4.87  .265 131  541   79 

MOST CAREER HOMERUNS, BLUE JAYS

1    Carlos Delgado              336   
2    Vernon Wells                223   
3    Joe Carter                  203   
T4   Jose Bautista               202   
T4   George Bell                 202   
6    Jesse Barfield              179   
7    Edwin Encarnacion           157   
8    Lloyd Moseby                149   
9    Adam Lind                   146   
10   Ernie Whitt                 131   

MOST CAREER HOMERUNS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, BLUE JAYS

HOMERUNS                        DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Carlos Delgado              176      336      160   
2    Jose Bautista               113      202       89   
3    George Bell                  84      202      118   
4    Jesse Barfield               81      179       98   
5    Joe Carter                   78      203      125   
T6   Fred McGriff                 77      125       48   
T6   Edwin Encarnacion            77      157       80   
8    John Mayberry                50       92       42   
9    Vernon Wells                 43      223      180   
10   Shawn Green                  42      119       77   

9) Yesterday, Indians 1B Carlos Santana took over the MLB lead for BB over the past 4 years. He will become just the 2nd player in Indians history to lead the majors in BB over a 4 year span, while playing the entire team with the team, and the 3rd to do it while playing any of that span with the team. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Yesterday, Santana moved into the top 10 in AL Central history for BB over a 4 year span and he is 13th vs. the league average. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   26    9   10   -1  .365  .420  .785  .562   4.97  .252  18   76    3  143  Indians      
2013   27   31   32   -1  .377  .455  .832  .674   6.49  .268  20   74    3  154  Indians      
2014   28   23   21    2  .362  .435  .797  .623   5.57  .231  27   82    5  145  Indians      
CAREER      90   90    0  .366  .444  .810  .620   5.71  .248  98  333   19  643  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .317  .405  .722  .500   4.37  .254  68  271   42 

MOST WALKS, 2011-14

1    Carlos Santana              387   Indians
2    Joey Votto                  386   Reds
3    Jose Bautista               362   Blue Jays
4    Adam Dunn                   325   White Sox/A's
5    Miguel Cabrera              324   Tigers
6    Ben Zobrist                 320   Rays
7    Andrew McCutchen            313   Pirates
8    Prince Fielder              292   Brewers/Tigers/Rangers
9    Nick Swisher                285   Yankees/Indians
T10  David Ortiz                 284   Red Sox
T10  Giancarlo Stanton           284   Marlins

INDIANS WHO LED THE MAJORS IN WALKS OVER A 4 YEAR SPAN

1916-19  Jack Graney                 329   Indians
1941-44  Roy Cullenbine              396   Browns/Senators/Yankees/Indians
1942-45  Roy Cullenbine              387   Browns/Senators/Yankees/Indians/Tigers
2011-14  Carlos Santana              387   Indians

MOST WALKS OVER A 4 YEAR SPAN, AMERICAN LEAGUE CENTRAL

1    Jim Thome                1999-02      478   Indians
2    Frank Thomas             1995-98      464   White Sox
3    Frank Thomas             1994-97      463   White Sox
4    Jim Thome                1996-99      459   Indians
5    Jim Thome                1997-00      454   Indians
6    Jim Thome                1998-01      445   Indians
7    Jim Thome                1995-98      429   Indians
8    Frank Thomas             1997-00      418   White Sox
9    Frank Thomas             1996-99      415   White Sox
10   Carlos Santana           2011-14      387   Indians

MOST WALKS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE OVER A 4 YEAR SPAN, AMERICAN LEAGUE CENTRAL

WALKS                         YEARS       DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Jim Thome                1999-02      282      478      196   Indians
2    Frank Thomas             1994-97      274      463      189   White Sox
3    Jim Thome                1996-99      263      459      196   Indians
4    Jim Thome                1997-00      254      454      200   Indians
5    Frank Thomas             1995-98      253      464      211   White Sox
6    Jim Thome                1998-01      248      445      197   Indians
7    Jim Thome                1995-98      240      429      189   Indians
8    Frank Thomas             1993-96      213      354      141   White Sox
T9   Frank Thomas             1996-99      206      415      209   White Sox
T9   Jim Thome                2000-03      206      351      145   Indians
11   Jim Thome                1994-97      204      386      182   Indians
12   Frank Thomas             1997-00      203      418      215   White Sox
13   Carlos Santana           2011-14      202      387      185   Indians

10) Yesterday, the Orioles reached 200 HR for the 3rd consecutive year, for the 1st time in team history. (Orioles team notes) It is the 13th time in MLB history that a team has hit 200+ HR in 3 consecutive years. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS WITH 200+ HOMERUNS, ORIOLES

1    Orioles                  2012-14    3   
2    Orioles                  1998-99    2   

MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS WITH 200+ HOMERUNS

1    Yankees                  2000-07    8   
2    White Sox                2000-06    7   
3    Rangers                  2001-05    5   
T4   Mariners                 1996-99    4   
T4   Phillies                 2006-09    4   
T4   Yankees                  2009-12    4   
T7   Rockies                  1995-97    3   
T7   Indians                  1995-97    3   
T7   Blue Jays                1998-00    3   
T7   Indians                  1999-01    3   
T7   Reds                     2005-07    3   
T7   Red Sox                  2009-11    3   
T7   Orioles                  2012-14    3   

11) Yesterday, Orioles P Chris Tillman extended his streak to 20 consecutive starts with 3 ER or less, which is tied for 4th in Browns/Orioles history. (Orioles team notes) On September 14, Tillman reached 500 career SO and is the 19th pitcher in Browns/Orioles history with 500+ SO who is below the league average in SO. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR AGE RSAA  ERA     G  GS   IP    SO   SO/9   WHIP   W   L   SV  NW  NL  TEAM
2012 24   14   2.93   15  15   86     66  6.91   1.05   9   3   0   8   4  Orioles      
2013 25    9   3.71   33  33  206.1  179  7.81   1.22  16   7   0  13  10  Orioles      
2014 26   11   3.26   33  33  201.1  145  6.48   1.21  13   5   0  10   8  Orioles      
CAREER     9   3.98  117 117  674.1  506  6.75   1.29  45  30   0  40  35  
LG AVG     0   4.10           674.1  548  7.31   1.32  38  37 

MOST CONSECUTIVE STARTS WITH 3 ER OR LESS, BROWNS/ORIOLES

T1  Dave McNally      1968     25
T1  Carl Weilman      1914     25
3   Eddie Plank       1916     21
T4  Steve Barber      1965-66  20
T4  Chris Tillman     2014     20
6   Milt Pappas       1965     19
T7  Al Hollingsworth  1944-45  18
T7  Steve Barker      1966-67  18
T9  Steve Barber      1964-65  16
T9  Tom Phoebus       1969-70  16

MOST CAREER STRIKEOUTS, BROWNS/ORIOLES, BELOW LEAGUE AVERAGE IN SO

STRIKEOUTS                      SO       SO VS LG     
1    Jim Palmer                 2212      -64   
2    Dave McNally               1476     -206   
3    Mike Flanagan              1297       -6   
4    Mike Cuellar               1011     -176   
5    Milt Pappas                 944      -80   
6    Steve Barber                918       -6   
7    Scott McGregor              904     -307   
8    Jack Powell                 884      -48   
9    Dennis Martinez             858     -112   
10   Sidney Ponson               836     -113   
11   Scott Erickson              699     -205   
12   Barney Pelty                678     -155   
13   Rodrigo Lopez               614       -2   
14   Jeremy Guthrie              602     -120   
15   Storm Davis                 539      -19   
16   Carl Weilman                536      -98   
17   George Blaeholder           520      -63   
18   Earl Hamilton               513      -81   
19   Chris Tillman               506      -42   

12) Yesterday, Padres P Andrew Cashner extended his team record streak to 18 consecutive home starts allowing 2 ER or less (old: Randy Jones, 1977-78, 14) and moved into a tie for 4th in NL history. (playindex)

YEAR AGE RSAA  ERA     G  GS   IP    SO   SO/9   WHIP   W   L   SV  NW  NL  TEAM
2012 25   -3   4.27   33   5   46.1   52 10.10   1.32   3   4   0   3   4  Padres       
2013 26    6   3.09   31  26  175    128  6.58   1.13  10   9   0  10   9  Padres       
2014 27   15   2.21   18  18  118.1   89  6.77   1.10   5   7   0   8   4  Padres       
CAREER    17   3.16  142  50  404.2  327  7.27   1.19  20  26   0  25  21  
LG AVG     0   3.55           404.2  349  7.77   1.27  22  23 

MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME STARTS ALLOWING 2 ER OR LESS, NATIONAL LEAGUE

T1  Orel Hershiser  1985-86  20
T1  Jose Fernandez  2013-14  20
3   Josh Johnson    2010-11  19
T4  Max Lanier      1943-44  18
T4  Don Sutton      1971-72  18
T4  Andrew Cashner  2013-14  18
T7  Pol Perrit      1917-18  17
T7  Bob Tewksbury   1992-93  17
9   Gaylord Perry   1967-68  17
10  Bill Doak       1918-19  15

(Fernandez's streak is also still active.)

13) Yesterday, Royals CF Jarrod Dyson had his 4th 2B of the season. Prior to that 2B, he would have set the MLB record for fewest 2B in a season by a player with 35+ SB and, now he has to hope that he doesn’t ruin his quest to tie the major league record. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   27    5   -4    9  .328  .322  .650  .452   4.17  .260   0    9   30  102  Royals       
2013   28    0   -1    1  .326  .366  .692  .491   4.55  .258   2   17   34   87  Royals       
2014   29    6    0    6  .327  .333  .661  .493   4.24  .275   1   24   35  113  Royals       
CAREER      10   -8   18  .324  .337  .660  .467   4.22  .258   4   58  119  346  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .322  .405  .727  .500   4.53  .259  25  109   17 

FEWEST DOUBLES, SINGLE SEASON, 35+ STOLEN BASES

DOUBLES                       YEAR     2B       SB     
T1   Roy Thomas               1900        4       37   Phillies
T1   Jarrod Dyson             2014        4       35   Royals
T3   Rudy Law                 1980        5       40   Dodgers
T3   Alex Cole                1990        5       40   Indians
T5   Bill Collins             1910        6       36   Braves
T5   Hans Lobert              1910        6       41   Reds
T5   Sonny Jackson            1966        6       49   Astros
T5   Otis Nixon               1990        6       50   Expos
T5   Otis Nixon               1998        6       37   Twins
T5   Dave Roberts             2003        6       40   Dodgers

14) Yesterday, Angels P Joe Smith set the team record with his 64th scoreless appearance of the season. But, he is competing with teammate Kevin Jepsen (63) for the record (also, Francisco Rodriguez, 2008, 63). (Angels team notes)

YEAR AGE RSAA  ERA     G  GS   IP    SO   SO/9   WHIP   W   L   SV  NW  NL  TEAM
2012 28    7   2.96   72   0   67     53  7.12   1.16   7   4   0   7   4  Indians      
2013 29   11   2.29   70   0   63     54  7.71   1.22   6   2   3   6   2  Indians      
2014 30   14   1.88   73   0   71.2   67  8.41   0.80   7   2  15   7   2  Angels       
CAREER    59   2.80  512   0  450.1  378  7.55   1.18  34  18  18  35  17  
LG AVG     0   3.96           450.1  366  7.31   1.32  25  25 

MOST SCORELESS APPEARANCES, SINGLE SEASON, ANGELS

1    Joe Smith            2014  64
T2   Kevin Jepsen         2014  63
T2   Francisco Rodriguez  2014  63
T4   Francisco Rodriguez  2004  58
T4   Francisco Rodriguez  2006  58
T4   Dane De La Rosa      2013  58
7    Scot Shields         2005  57
T8   Mark Eichhorn        1991  55
T8   Scot Shields         2007  55
T10  Scot Shields         2006  54
T10  Kevin Jepsen         2010  54

15) Yesterday, Yankees SS Derek Jeter moved into 9th place on the career runs scored list and is 27th vs. the league average. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   38    8   16   -8  .362  .429  .791  .577   5.38  .316  15   58    9  159  Yankees      
2013   39   -8   -6   -2  .288  .254  .542  .168   1.96  .190   1    7    0   17  Yankees      
2014   40  -42  -18  -24  .302  .308  .609  .368   3.10  .254   4   42    9  138  Yankees      
CAREER      80  368 -288  .377  .440  .817  .596   6.18  .309 260 1303  357 2740  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .334  .426  .760  .500   4.97  .267 353 1412  195 

MOST CAREER RUNS

1    Rickey Henderson           2295   A's/Yankees/A's/Blue Jays/A's/Padres/Angels/A's/Mets/Mariners/Padres/Red Sox/Dodgers
2    Ty Cobb                    2245   Tigers/A's
3    Barry Bonds                2227   Pirates/Giants
T4   Hank Aaron                 2174   Braves/Brewers
T4   Babe Ruth                  2174   Red Sox/Yankees/Braves
6    Pete Rose                  2165   Reds/Phillies/Expos/Reds
7    Willie Mays                2062   Giants/Mets
8    Stan Musial                1949   Cardinals
9    Derek Jeter                1920   Yankees
10   Alex Rodriguez             1919   Mariners/Rangers/Yankees

MOST CAREER RUNS SCORED ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE

RUNS                            DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Babe Ruth                  1109     2174     1065   Red Sox/Yankees/Braves
2    Barry Bonds                1002     2227     1225   Pirates/Giants
3    Ty Cobb                     917     2245     1328   Tigers/A's
4    Rickey Henderson            897     2295     1398   A's/Yankees/A's/Blue Jays/A's/Padres/Angels/A's/Mets/Mariners/Padres/Red Sox/Dodgers
5    Lou Gehrig                  819     1888     1069   Yankees
6    Ted Williams                786     1798     1012   Red Sox
7    Willie Mays                 767     2062     1295   Giants/Mets
8    Mickey Mantle               764     1677      913   Yankees
9    Hank Aaron                  727     2174     1447   Braves/Brewers
10   Mel Ott                     663     1859     1196   Giants
...
27   Derek Jeter                 437     1920     1483   Yankees

16) Yesterday, the Nationals streak of 22 consecutive road games with a HR ended, which is the 2nd longest streak in MLB history. (Nationals team notes)

MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD GAMES WITH A HOMERUN

1   Orioles    1996  24
2   Nationals  2014  22
3   A's        2013  21
T4  Dodgers    1953  20
T4  Astros     2000  20
T6  Yankees    1961  19
T6  Pirates    2012  19
8   A's        2012  18
T9  Yankees    1941  17
T9  Brewers    1982  17
T9  Tigers     1984  17
T9  Mariners   1994  17
T9  Orioles    1994  17
T9  Rangers    2002  17
T9  Indians    2005  17

17) Yesterday, the Cubs trailed the Dodgers, 7-2, going to the bottom of the 7th, before the Cubs scored 4 in the 7th and 2 in the 8th, for a 8-7 win. It was just the 2nd time (in 805 games) that the Cubs trailed the Dodgers by 5+ runs in the 7th inning or later, in Wrigley Field, and came back to win (5/14/44, also a 8-7 win). (Elias)

18) On Friday, the Dodgers set their team records for SO, both pitching and hitting. (Dodgers team notes) For pitching, the Dodgers are tied for 38th vs. the league average. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Offensively, the Dodgers are still below league average in SO and this is the 9th consecutive year they have been below average, which is the 2nd longest streak in Dodgers history. (Dodgers team notes)

MOST STRIKEOUTS, SINGLE SEASON, DODGERS, PITCHING

1    Dodgers                  2014     1300   
2    Dodgers                  2013     1292   
3    Dodgers                  2003     1289   
4    Dodgers                  2012     1276   
5    Dodgers                  2010     1274   
6    Dodgers                  2009     1272   
7    Dodgers                  2011     1265   
8    Dodgers                  1997     1232   
T9   Dodgers                  1996     1212   
T9   Dodgers                  2001     1212   

MOST STRIKEOUTS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, SINGLE SEASON, DODGERS, PITCHING

STRIKEOUTS                    YEAR     DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Dodgers                  1960      286     1122      836   
2    Dodgers                  1961      251     1105      854   
3    Dodgers                  1962      181     1104      923   
4    Dodgers                  1959      177     1077      900   
5    Dodgers                  2003      159     1289     1130   
6    Dodgers                  1987      154     1097      943   
7    Dodgers                  1924      149      638      489   
8    Dodgers                  1984      146     1033      887   
9    Dodgers                  1997      141     1232     1091   
T10  Dodgers                  1988      139     1029      890   
T10  Dodgers                  1963      139     1095      956   
...
T38  Dodgers                  2014       79     1300     1221 

MOST STRIKEOUTS, SINGLE SEASON, DODGERS, HITTING

1    Dodgers                  2014     1200   
2    Dodgers                  1996     1190   
3    Dodgers                  2010     1184   
4    Dodgers                  2012     1156   
5    Dodgers                  2013     1146   
6    Dodgers                  2005     1094   
7    Dodgers                  2004     1092   
8    Dodgers                  2011     1087   
9    Dodgers                  2000     1083   
10   Dodgers                  1997     1079   

MOST CONSECUTIVE YEARS LESS THAN THE LEAGUE AVERAGE IN STRIKEOUTS, DODGERS, HITTING

1    Dodgers                  1913-25   13   
2    Dodgers                  2006-14    9   
T3   Dodgers                  1940-47    8   
T3   Dodgers                  1969-76    8   
5    Dodgers                  1961-67    7   
6    Dodgers                  1998-03    6   
7    Dodgers                  1991-94    4   
T8   Dodgers                  1935-37    3   
T8   Dodgers                  1954-56    3   
T10  Dodgers                  1949-50    2   
T10  Dodgers                  1984-85    2   

19) On Friday, Mets 3B Daniel Murphy had his 12th career 4+ hit game, which tied him for 3rd in Mets history. (Mets team notes)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   27    3    6   -3  .332  .403  .735  .537   4.79  .291   6   65   10  156  Mets         
2013   28    3   11   -8  .319  .415  .733  .562   4.78  .286  13   78   23  161  Mets         
2014   29    8   14   -6  .342  .414  .755  .588   4.98  .298   9   54   13  136  Mets         
CAREER      30   42  -12  .335  .422  .756  .552   4.94  .291  48  326   55  766  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .320  .402  .722  .500   4.40  .252  77  308   47 

MOST GAMES WITH 4+ HITS, METS

1    Jose Reyes        23
2    David Wright      20
T3   Mookie Wilson     12
T3   Daniel Murphy     12
T3   Kevin McReynolds  12
T3   Edgardo Alfonzo   12
7    Mike Piazza       11
T8   Keith Hernandez   10
T8   Tommie Agee       10
T10  John Olerud        9
T10  Felix Millan       9

20) On Friday, Mariners C Mike Zunino became the 1st catcher in MLB with 20+ 2B & 20+ HR in a season, with a last name that starts with Z, and the 2nd such player in Mariners history. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2013   22   -8   -8    0  .290  .329  .620  .330   3.04  .214   5   14    1   52  Mariners     
2014   23  -14  -14    0  .256  .408  .663  .367   2.97  .199  21   57    0  124  Mariners     
CAREER     -22  -22    0  .266  .385  .651  .355   2.99  .203  26   71    1  176  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .310  .386  .696  .500   4.14  .248  18   71   10 

CATCHERS WITH 20+ DOUBLES & 20+ HOMERUNS, LAST NAME STARTS WITH Z

                                   2B       HR   
2014--Mike Zunino                  20       21   Mariners


MARINERS WITH 20+ DOUBLES & 20+ HOMERUNS, LAST NAME STARTS WITH Z

                                   2B       HR   
1982--Richie Zisk                  28       21   
2014--Mike Zunino                  20       21   

21) Nationals 3B-LF Ryan Zimmerman holds the major league record for most 20+ 2B, 20+HR seasons, among players with a last name that starts with Z. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   27   18   12    6  .346  .478  .824  .567   5.51  .282  25   95    5  145  Nationals    
2013   28   18   17    1  .344  .465  .809  .598   5.58  .275  26   79    6  147  Nationals    
2014   29    6    6    0  .350  .470  .819  .599   5.72  .288   5   37    0   54  Nationals    
CAREER     122  119    3  .352  .477  .829  .578   5.76  .286 184  709   36 1191  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .332  .427  .759  .500   4.85  .266 127  563   81 

MOST YEARS WITH 20+ DOUBLES & 20+ HOMERUNS, PLAYERS WHOSE LAST NAMES START WITH Z

1    Ryan Zimmerman             6
T2   Todd Zeile                 3
T2   Gus Zernial                3
T2   Richie Zisk                3
T2   Ben Zobrist                3
6    Mike Zunino                1

22) Giants LF Michael Morse’s 16 HR in 2014 makes this the 20th time in the past 22 seasons that the major league leader for HR for players with the alliterative initials MM hit 15+. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

ANNUAL HOMERUN LEADERS, PLAYERS WITH INITIALS OF MM, SINCE 1983

1983--Mike Marshall                17   Dodgers
1984--Mike Marshall                21   Dodgers
1985--Mike Marshall                28   Dodgers
1986--Mike Marshall                19   Dodgers
1987--Mark McGwire                 49   A's
1988--Mark McGwire                 32   A's
1989--Mark McGwire                 33   A's
1990--Mark McGwire                 39   A's
1991--Mark McGwire                 22   A's
1992--Mark McGwire                 42   A's
1993--Mike Macfarlane              20   Royals
1994--Mike Macfarlane              14   Royals
1995--Mark McGwire                 39   A's
1996--Mark McGwire                 52   A's
1997--Mark McGwire                 58   A's/Cardinals
1998--Mark McGwire                 70   Cardinals
1999--Mark McGwire                 65   Cardinals
2000--Mark McGwire                 32   Cardinals
2001--Mark McGwire                 29   Cardinals
2002--Melvin Mora                  19   Orioles
2003--Melvin Mora                  15   Orioles
2004--Melvin Mora                  27   Orioles
2005--Melvin Mora                  27   Orioles
2006--Melvin Mora                  16   Orioles
2007--Melvin Mora                  14   Orioles
2008--Melvin Mora                  23   Orioles
2009--Miguel Montero               16   Diamondbacks
2010--Michael Morse                15   Nationals
2011--Michael Morse                31   Nationals
2012--Mike Moustakas               20   Royals
2013--Mitch Moreland               23   Rangers
2014--Michael Morse                16   Giants

Also, check out the rest of Lee’s ATM reports for today and check back every day for the latest installments–

Around the majors report: September 21, 2014
Game recaps: Albert Pujols has 3 hits
News report: Ryan Zimmerman comes off the DL
Legends of the Game: Alliterative HR leaders