Stats report: Ryan Howard has another 20 HR season

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1) Yesterday, Phillies 1B Ryan Howard reached 20 HR for the 8th time, which is tied for 2nd most in Phillies history and is tied for 7th in NL history, among 1B. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   32  -11   -7   -4  .295  .423  .718  .407   3.79  .219  14   56    0   71  Phillies     
2013   33    0    2   -2  .319  .465  .784  .523   4.99  .266  11   43    0   80  Phillies     
2014   34   -8   -4   -4  .309  .386  .695  .471   4.05  .227  20   86    0  129  Phillies     
CAREER     217  229  -12  .356  .529  .885  .628   6.67  .266 331 1049   12 1307  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .334  .419  .753  .500   4.99  .265 152  609   84 

MOST YEARS WITH 20+ HOMERUNS, PHILLIES

1    Mike Schmidt              14
T2   Pat Burrell                8
T2   Del Ennis                  8
T2   Ryan Howard                8
5    Bobby Abreu                7
T6   Dick Allen                 6
T6   Chuck Klein                6
T8   Greg Luzinski              5
T8   Scott Rolen                5
T8   Chase Utley                5

MOST YEARS WITH 20+ HOMERUNS, NATIONAL LEAGUE, 1B

1    Jeff Bagwell              12
2    Gil Hodges                11
T3   Andres Galarraga          10
T3   Willie McCovey            10
T5   Orlando Cepeda             9
T5   Derrek Lee                 9
T7   Dolph Camilli              8
T7   Todd Helton                8
T7   Ryan Howard                8
T7   Eric Karros                8
T7   Adam LaRoche               8
T7   Fred McGriff               8
T7   Johnny Mize                8
T7   Albert Pujols              8

2) Yesterday, Phillies SS Jimmy Rollins tied the Phillies record with his 657th career multi hit game, tying Richie Ashburn’s record. (Phillies team notes)

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   15    6    9  .326  .394  .720  .542   4.73  .246  17   54   28  131  Phillies     
CAREER     -25   28  -53  .327  .424  .751  .509   5.11  .267 216  886  453 2083  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .334  .424  .758  .500   5.00  .264 277 1090  147 

3) Yesterday, Phillies CF Ben Revere became the 4th Phillies CF with 40+ SB in a season and he is 2nd vs. the league average among Phillies CF. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   24   -2   -4    2  .333  .342  .675  .472   4.38  .294   0   32   40  124  Twins        
2013   25    0   -7    7  .338  .352  .691  .424   4.02  .305   0   17   22   88  Phillies     
2014   26    0    5   -5  .327  .358  .685  .535   4.66  .308   1   15   40  125  Phillies     
CAREER     -19  -21    2  .325  .338  .662  .457   4.12  .291   1   96  136  467  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .321  .407  .728  .500   4.52  .255  53  209   33 

MOST STOLEN BASES, SINGLE SEASON, PHILLIES, CF

1    Von Hayes                1984       48   
2    Milt Thompson            1987       46   
3    Bob Dernier              1982       42   
4    Ben Revere               2014       40   
T5   Roy Thomas               1900       37   
T5   Lenny Dykstra            1993       37   
T7   Dode Paskert             1912       36   
T7   Shane Victorino          2008       36   
9    Bob Dernier              1983       35   
T10  Doug Glanville           1999       34   
T10  Shane Victorino          2010       34   

MOST STOLEN BASES ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, PHILLIES, CF

STOLEN BASES                  YEAR     DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Von Hayes                1984       34       48       14   
2    Ben Revere               2014       32       40        8   
3    Bob Dernier              1982       30       42       12   
4    Milt Thompson            1987       29       46       17   
5    Bob Dernier              1983       28       35        7   
6    Richie Ashburn           1948       27       32        5   
T7   Shane Victorino          2008       25       36       11   
T7   Richie Ashburn           1958       25       30        5   
9    Shane Victorino          2010       24       34       10   
10   Richie Ashburn           1951       23       29        6   

4) Yesterday, Reds P Johnny Cueto reached 200 SO for the 1st time. Cueto could become just the 3rd different pitcher in Reds history with 200+ SO and 30+ RSAA in a season (he has 28). (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR AGE RSAA  ERA     G  GS   IP    SO   SO/9   WHIP   W   L   SV  NW  NL  TEAM
2012 26   34   2.78   33  33  217    170  7.05   1.17  19   9   0  19   9  Reds         
2013 27    6   2.82   11  11   60.2   51  7.57   1.05   5   2   0   4   3  Reds         
2014 28   28   2.26   29  29  207    205  8.91   0.97  16   8   0  17   7  Reds         
CAREER    92   3.30  189 189 1171.2  958  7.36   1.20  81  56   0  81  56  
LG AVG     0   4.01          1171.2  990  7.61   1.34  65  66 

REDS WITH 200+ STRIKEOUTS & 30+ RSAA, SINGLE SEASON

                                   SO     RSAA 
1965--Jim Maloney                 244       33   
1966--Jim Maloney                 216       35   
1983--Mario Soto                  242       33   
1993--Jose Rijo                   227       44   

5) Yesterday, Reds CF Billy Hamilton tied the team record for SB in a season by a rookie and moved into the top 5 in NL history for SB above 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
2013   22    6    5    1  .429  .474  .902  .884  13.50  .368   0    1   13   13  Reds         
2014   23    3   -2    5  .302  .382  .684  .488   4.07  .267   6   46   54  131  Reds         
CAREER       9    3    6  .307  .385  .692  .521   4.39  .271   6   47   67  144  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .318  .403  .721  .500   4.19  .251  17   57    9 

MOST STOLEN BASES, SINGLE SEASON, REDS, ROOKIES

T1   Bob Bescher              1909       54   
T1   Billy Hamilton           2014       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, NATIONAL LEAGUE, ROOKIES

STOLEN BASES                  YEAR     DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Vince Coleman            1985       93      110       17   Cardinals
2    Tim Raines               1981       61       71       10   Expos
3    Juan Samuel              1984       54       72       18   Phillies
4    Eric Yelding             1990       46       64       18   Astros
T5   Billy Hamilton           2014       45       54        9   Reds
T5   Quilvio Veras            1995       45       56       11   Marlins
T5   Chuck Carr               1993       45       58       13   Marlins
8    Tony Womack              1997       44       60       16   Pirates
T9   Larry Lintz              1974       43       50        7   Expos
T9   Gene Richards            1977       43       56       13   Padres

6) Yesterday, Yankees P Dellin Betances moved into the Yankees top 10 list for SO in a season by a rookie and he ranks 4th vs. the league average. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Betances combined with Masahiro Tanaka to give the Yankees 2 rookie pitchers with 100+ SO for the 3rd time in team history (first time since 1910) and the Yankees are just the 4th team in AL East history with 2 rookies with 100+ SO. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR AGE RSAA  ERA     G  GS   IP    SO   SO/9   WHIP   W   L   SV  NW  NL  TEAM
2011 23   -1   6.75    2   1    2.2    2  6.75   2.63   0   0   0   0   0  Yankees      
2013 25   -4  10.80    6   0    5     10 18.00   2.20   0   0   0   0   0  Yankees      
2014 26   21   1.46   60   0   80    120 13.50   0.76   5   0   1   4   1  Yankees      
CAREER    16   2.16   68   1   87.2  132 13.55   0.90   5   0   1   4   1  
LG AVG     0   3.86            87.2   77  7.91   1.31   5   5 

MOST STRIKEOUTS, YANKEES, ROOKIES

1    Russ Ford                1910      209   
2    Ron Guidry               1977      176   
3    Al Downing               1963      171   
4    Stan Bahnsen             1968      162   
T5   Ray Caldwell             1911      145   
T5   Doc Medich               1973      145   
7    Masahiro Tanaka          2014      135   
8    Orlando Hernandez        1998      131   
9    Bill Hogg                1905      125   
10   Dellin Betances          2014      120   

MOST STRIKEOUTS ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, YANKEES, ROOKIES

STRIKEOUTS                    YEAR     DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Russ Ford                1910       69      209      140   
2    Ron Guidry               1977       65      176      111   
3    Al Downing               1963       58      171      113   
4    Dellin Betances          2014       49      120       71   
5    Ryne Duren               1958       44       87       43   
6    Joba Chamberlain         2008       43      118       75   
7    Johnny Allen             1932       39      109       70   
8    Tommy Byrne              1948       38       93       55   
9    Dave Righetti            1981       35       89       54   
10   Allan Russell            1916       33      104       71   

YANKEES TEAMS WITH 2 ROOKIES WITH 100+ STRIKEOUTS

T1   1908 Yankees        2   Joe Lake (118), Rube Manning (113)
T1   1910 Yankees        2   Russ Ford (209), Hippo Vaughn (107)
T1   2014 Yankees        2   Dellin Betances (116), Masahiro Tanaka (135)

AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST TEAMS WITH 2 ROOKIES WITH 100+ STRIKEOUTS

T1   1972 Red Sox        2   John Curtis (106), Lynn McGlothen (112)
T1   2009 Blue Jays      2   Scott Richmond (117), Ricky Romero (141)
T1   2009 Rays           2   Jeff Niemann (125), David Price (102)
T1   2014 Yankees        2   Dellin Betances (116), Masahiro Tanaka (135)

7) Yesterday, Yankees LF Brett Gardner became the 8th player in Yankees history with 30+ 3B above the league average and he is the only Yankees player to do it since 1950. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   28    1    1    0  .417  .387  .804  .597   5.63  .323   0    3    2   16  Yankees      
2013   29    1    7   -6  .344  .416  .759  .543   5.17  .273   8   52   24  145  Yankees      
2014   30   17   19   -2  .344  .443  .787  .626   5.67  .269  16   55   19  129  Yankees      
CAREER      51   35   16  .350  .394  .744  .545   5.27  .268  39  232  180  749  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .329  .413  .742  .500   4.78  .263  80  310   46 

MOST CAREER TRIPLES ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, YANKEES

TRIPLES                         DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Earle Combs                  85      154       69   
2    Lou Gehrig                   70      162       92   
3    Joe DiMaggio                 66      131       65   
4    Wally Pipp                   47      121       74   
5    Tony Lazzeri                 39      115       76   
6    Snuffy Stirnweiss            35       66       31   
7    Charlie Keller               34       69       35   
8    Brett Gardner                30       41       11   
9    Tommy Henrich                27       73       46   
10   Birdie Cree                  24       62       38   

MOST CAREER TRIPLES ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, YANKEES, SINCE 1950

TRIPLES                         DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Brett Gardner                30       41       11   
2    Gene Woodling                18       33       15   
T3   Bill Skowron                 16       44       28   
T3   Willie Randolph              16       58       42   
T3   Mickey Mantle                16       72       56   
T3   Bernie Williams              16       55       39   
T7   Gil McDougald                15       51       36   
T7   Hank Bauer                   15       49       34   
T9   Curtis Granderson            14       23        9   
T9   Elston Howard                14       50       36   

8) Yesterday, Cardinals P John Lackey made his 350th career start and ranks 10th among active pitchers. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR AGE RSAA  ERA     G  GS   IP    SO   SO/9   WHIP   W   L   SV  NW  NL  TEAM
2011 32  -35   6.41   28  28  160    108  6.08   1.62  12  12   0   8  16  Red Sox      
2013 34    8   3.52   29  29  189.1  161  7.65   1.16  10  13   0  13  10  Red Sox      
2014 35    1   3.74   27  27  175.2  144  7.38   1.26  13   8   0  10  11  Red Sox/Cardinals
CAREER    71   4.02  351 350 2241   1770  7.11   1.32 151 115   0 140 126  
LG AVG     0   4.32          2241   1654  6.64   1.38 127 125 

MOST CAREER STARTS, ACTIVE PITCHERS

1    Mark Buehrle                456   White Sox/Marlins/Blue Jays
2    Tim Hudson                  452   A's/Braves/Giants
3    Bartolo Colon               431   Indians/Expos/White Sox/Angels/Red Sox/White Sox/Yankees/A's/Mets
4    C.C. Sabathia               423   Indians/Brewers/Yankees
5    A.J. Burnett                399   Marlins/Blue Jays/Yankees/Pirates/Phillies
6    Kyle Lohse                  390   Twins/Reds/Phillies/Cardinals/Brewers
7    Randy Wolf                  372   Phillies/Dodgers/Padres/Astros/Dodgers/Brewers/Orioles/Marlins
8    Bronson Arroyo              369   Pirates/Red Sox/Reds/Diamondbacks
9    Ryan Dempster               351   Marlins/Reds/Cubs/Rangers/Red Sox
10   John Lackey                 350   Angels/Red Sox/Cardinals

9) Yesterday, Blue Jays RF Jose Bautista became the 2nd player in team history with a 5+ game HR streak (Jose Cruz Jr. 2001, 6). (Elias) Bautista reached 40 RCAA for the 3rd time, which is tied for 2nd in Blue Jays history. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

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   36   40   -4  .398  .521  .920  .721   7.37  .283  29   83    5  130  Blue Jays    
CAREER     143  174  -31  .366  .491  .857  .618   6.32  .257 240  659   49 1225  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .331  .422  .753  .500   4.87  .265 129  533   78 

MOST YEARS WITH 40+ RCAA, BLUE JAYS

1    Carlos Delgado             5
T2   Jose Bautista              3
T2   Fred McGriff               3
T4   Roberto Alomar             2
T4   Paul Molitor               2
T6   Jesse Barfield             1
T6   George Bell                1
T6   Edwin Encarnacion          1
T6   Shawn Green                1
T6   Adam Lind                  1
T6   John Olerud                1

10) Phillies P A.J. Burnett has 165 SO in 2014 and the Phillies are the 5th team that he’s had 150+ SO with. Burnett ranks 2nd for most teams with 150+ SO seasons.

YEAR AGE RSAA  ERA     G  GS   IP    SO   SO/9   WHIP   W   L   SV  NW  NL  TEAM
2012 35   -1   3.51   31  31  202.1  180  8.01   1.24  16  10   0  13  13  Pirates      
2013 36    6   3.30   30  30  191    209  9.85   1.21  10  11   0  11  10  Pirates      
2014 37  -17   4.40   29  29  184    165  8.07   1.39   7  15   0   9  13  Phillies     
CAREER    28   4.02  404 399 2537.2 2345  8.32   1.32 154 147   0 155 146  
LG AVG     0   4.12          2537.2 2013  7.14   1.35 143 142 

MOST TEAMS WITH 150+ STRIKEOUTS

1    Javier Vazquez             6   Expos (4), White Sox (3), Yankees, Diamondbacks, Braves, Marlins
2    A.J. Burnett               5   Marlins (2), Blue Jays (2), Yankees (2), Pirates (2), Phillies
T3   Bert Blyleven              4   Twins (7), Pirates (3), Rangers, Indians
T3   Kevin Brown                4   Dodgers (3), Marlins (2), Rangers, Padres
T3   Roger Clemens              4   Red Sox (10), Yankees (5), Blue Jays (2), Astros (2)
T3   Dan Haren                  4   A's (3), Diamondbacks (2), Angels, Nationals
T3   Hideo Nomo                 4   Dodgers (5), Brewers, Tigers, Red Sox
T3   Gaylord Perry              4   Giants (8), Indians (3), Rangers, Padres
T9   23 tied                    3

11) Yesterday, Cardinals 2B Kolten Wong became the 4th rookie in team history with 10+ HR & 10+ SB. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Wong is the 13th NL 2B to do it. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2013   22   -5   -6    1  .194  .169  .363  .072   1.04  .153   0    0    3   32  Cardinals    
2014   23  -10   -7   -3  .291  .393  .684  .421   3.80  .250  10   35   19   92  Cardinals    
CAREER     -15  -13   -2  .277  .359  .636  .371   3.35  .235  10   35   22  124  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .321  .395  .716  .500   4.47  .255  10   48    8 

CARDINALS ROOKIES WITH 10+ HOMERUNS & 10+ STOLEN BASES

                                   HR       SB   
1954--Wally Moon                   12       18   
1955--Ken Boyer                    18       22   
1999--J.D. Drew                    13       19   
2014--Kolten Wong                  10       19   

12) Yesterday, Red Sox P Clay Buchholz became the 3rd pitcher in Red Sox pitcher with multiple SHO with 3 or less H and 0 BB, joining Cy Young (1904, 3; 1905, 2) and Pedro Martinez (2000, 2). Buchholz could become just the 3rd pitcher, since 1980, to have -25 RSAA or worse and multiple SHO in a season, while his -25 RSAA is tied for 3rd worst in Red Sox history, among pitchers with 2+ SHO. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR AGE RSAA  ERA     G  GS   IP    SO   SO/9   WHIP   W   L   SV  NW  NL  TEAM
2012 27   -1   4.56   29  29  189.1  129  6.13   1.33  11   8   0   9  10  Red Sox      
2013 28   26   1.74   16  16  108.1   96  7.98   1.02  12   1   0  11   2  Red Sox      
2014 29  -25   5.40   23  23  140    107  6.88   1.42   6   8   0   5   9  Red Sox      
CAREER    40   3.89  146 144  884.2  674  6.86   1.31  64  41   0  62  43  
LG AVG     0   4.30           884.2  697  7.09   1.37  50  49 

PITCHERS WITH -(25+) RSAA AND 2+ SHUTOUTS, SINGLE SEASON, SINCE 1980

                                 RSAA    SHO  
1982--Matt Keough                 -41        2   A's
2007--Jeff Weaver                 -28        2   Mariners
2014--Clay Buchholz               -25        2   Red Sox

WORST RSAA, SINGLE SEASON, RED SOX, 2+ SHUTOUTS

RSAA                          YEAR    RSAA      SHO    
1    Del Lundgren             1927      -35        2   
2    Bill Dinneen             1905      -28        2   
T3   Clem Hausmann            1945      -25        2   
T3   Clay Buchholz            2014      -25        2   
5    Sad Sam Jones            1919      -22        5   
T6   Red Ruffing              1925      -18        3   
T6   Dick Newsome             1943      -18        2   
8    Gene Conley              1961      -16        2   
9    Jeff Sellers             1987      -13        2   
10   Sad Sam Jones            1920      -12        3   

13) Yesterday, Braves C Evan Gattis homered for the only run in a 1-0 win over the Marlins. It was the 2nd time this season Gattis homered in a 1-0 game this season, which is 2 more than every Braves C in Atlanta and Milwaukee history combined. The only other times a Braves C did it was when the team was in Boston (Charlie Bennett, 8/12/1890; Ray Mueller 6/17/38). (Elias)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2013   26    1    1    0  .291  .480  .771  .508   4.42  .243  21   65    0  105  Braves       
2014   27   13   14   -1  .327  .512  .839  .632   5.73  .272  21   51    0   97  Braves       
CAREER      14   15   -1  .309  .496  .804  .573   5.05  .257  42  116    0  202  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .320  .395  .715  .500   4.30  .257  18   77   11 

14) Yesterday, the Mets streak of 6 or less hits in 10 consecutive home games ended, which tied the major league record (1980 A’s). (Elias)

15) Yesterday, Rays P Alex Cobb extended his team record streak to 10 consecutive starts with 2 R or less (old: Victor Zambrano, 2003; Matt Moore, 2012, 2013-13). (Rays team notes)

YEAR AGE RSAA  ERA     G  GS   IP    SO   SO/9   WHIP   W   L   SV  NW  NL  TEAM
2012 24   -3   4.03   23  23  136.1  106  7.00   1.25  11   9   0  10  10  Rays         
2013 25   18   2.76   22  22  143.1  134  8.41   1.15  11   3   0   9   5  Rays         
2014 26   14   2.98   22  22  133    128  8.66   1.17   9   7   0  10   6  Rays         
CAREER    31   3.27   76  76  465.1  405  7.83   1.20  34  21   0  32  23  
LG AVG     0   3.84           465.1  395  7.64   1.28  26  26 

16) Twins CF Danny Santana (41) and DH Kennys Vargas (38) combined with 79 hits in August. That is the 2nd highest total, for a pair of rookies in a month, in Twins history (Bernie Allen, 44; Rich Rollins, 40; 84 total, August 1962) and the 2nd highest in the majors, since 1962 (also Allen/Rollins). (STATS) The MLB record for hits in a month (since 1914), by a pair of rookies is 93 (Jeff Heath, 58; Ken Keltner, 35; Indians, August 1938). (STATS)

SANTANA
YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2014   23   13   17   -4  .351  .473  .824  .665   6.39  .313   7   36   12   78  Twins        
CAREER      13   17   -4  .351  .473  .824  .665   6.39  .313   7   36   12   78  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .321  .399  .720  .500   4.39  .258   8   34    5 

VARGAS
YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2014   23    5    5    0  .336  .463  .799  .627   5.83  .309   4   24    0   29  Twins        
CAREER       5    5    0  .336  .463  .799  .627   5.83  .309   4   24    0   29  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .321  .399  .720  .500   4.39  .258   3   13    2 

17) The Mets tied their team record for wins against the Phillies in a season (13, also 1970, 1971, 1972, 1987). (Mets team notes) They finished their season series with a 13-6 record against the Phillies.

18) On Saturday, Rays P Jake Odorizzi tied the team record with his 3rd start of the season in which he allowed 1 hit (or less) (5/14, vs. Astros; 6/21, vs. Astros) (Matt Moore, 2013). (Rays team notes) The Rays set their team record with their 3rd 1 hitter of the season (pitching) (5/21, vs. A’s; 6/21, vs. Astros). (Rays team notes)

YEAR AGE RSAA  ERA     G  GS   IP    SO   SO/9   WHIP   W   L   SV  NW  NL  TEAM
2012 22   -1   4.91    2   2    7.1    4  4.91   1.64   0   1   0   0   1  Royals       
2013 23    0   3.94    7   4   29.2   22  6.67   1.21   0   1   1   0   1  Rays         
2014 24   -2   4.03   27  27  147.1  163  9.96   1.28  10  11   0  10  11  Rays         
CAREER    -3   4.05   36  33  184.1  189  9.23   1.28  10  13   1  10  13  
LG AVG     0   3.90           184.1  159  7.75   1.29  10  10 

19) On Saturday, Tigers LF Rajai Davis stole his 300th career base. Davis is the 12th active player with 300+ career SB and ranks 7th among active players in SB above the league average. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia) Davis is 1 of just 2 active players with 3)+ SB in a season with 3 teams. (Complete Baseball Encyclopedia)

YEAR  AGE TRAA RCAA FRAA   OBA  SLG   OPS   OWP    RC/G  AVG   HR  RBI   SB   G   TEAM
2012   31   -6   -7    1  .309  .378  .687  .447   4.07  .257   8   43   46  142  Blue Jays    
2013   32    0   -3    3  .312  .375  .687  .469   4.43  .260   6   24   45  108  Blue Jays    
2014   33    8    6    2  .327  .413  .740  .550   5.00  .285   7   44   32  111  Tigers       
CAREER     -14  -26   12  .318  .382  .699  .469   4.43  .270  34  268  300  932  
LG AVG       0    0    0  .327  .415  .742  .500   4.74  .261  85  360   55 

MOST CAREER STOLEN BASES, ACTIVE PLAYERS

1    Ichiro Suzuki               483   Mariners/Yankees
2    Carl Crawford               468   Rays/Red Sox/Dodgers
3    Jimmy Rollins               453   Phillies
4    Jose Reyes                  449   Mets/Marlins/Blue Jays
5    Bobby Abreu                 400   Astros/Phillies/Yankees/Angels/Dodgers/Mets
6    Derek Jeter                 357   Yankees
7    Chone Figgins               341   Angels/Mariners/Dodgers
8    Alex Rodriguez              322   Mariners/Rangers/Yankees
9    Rafael Furcal               314   Braves/Dodgers/Cardinals/Marlins
10   Carlos Beltran              311   Royals/Astros/Mets/Giants/Cardinals/Yankees
11   Michael Bourn               308   Phillies/Astros/Braves/Indians
12   Rajai Davis                 300   Pirates/Giants/A's/Blue Jays/Tigers
13   Coco Crisp                  294   Indians/Red Sox/Royals/A's
14   Alfonso Soriano             289   Yankees/Rangers/Nationals/Cubs/Yankees
15   Brian Roberts               285   Orioles/Yankees

MOST CAREER STOLEN BASES ABOVE THE LEAGUE AVERAGE, ACTIVE PLAYERS

STOLEN BASES                    DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Carl Crawford               355      468      113   Rays/Red Sox/Dodgers
2    Jose Reyes                  342      449      107   Mets/Marlins/Blue Jays
3    Ichiro Suzuki               336      483      147   Mariners/Yankees
4    Jimmy Rollins               306      453      147   Phillies
5    Chone Figgins               257      341       84   Angels/Mariners/Dodgers
6    Bobby Abreu                 250      400      150   Astros/Phillies/Yankees/Angels/Dodgers/Mets
7    Rajai Davis                 245      300       55   Pirates/Giants/A's/Blue Jays/Tigers
8    Michael Bourn               238      308       70   Phillies/Astros/Braves/Indians
9    Jacoby Ellsbury             218      278       60   Red Sox/Yankees
10   Coco Crisp                  202      294       92   Indians/Red Sox/Royals/A's

ACTIVE PLAYERS WITH 30+ STOLEN BASES IN A SEASON WITH MULTIPLE TEAMS

T1   Rajai Davis                3   Blue Jays (3), A's (2), Tigers
T1   Alfonso Soriano            3   Yankees (3), Rangers, Nationals
T3   Bobby Abreu                2   Phillies (4), Angels
T3   Michael Bourn              2   Astros (4), Braves
T3   Jacoby Ellsbury            2   Red Sox (4), Yankees
T3   Chone Figgins              2   Angels (6), Mariners
T3   Rafael Furcal              2   Braves (2), Dodgers
T3   Carlos Gomez               2   Brewers (2), Twins
T3   Ben Revere                 2   Twins (2), Phillies
T3   Jose Reyes                 2   Mets (6), Marlins
T3   Alex Rios                  2   Blue Jays, White Sox

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Around the majors report: September 1, 2014
Game recaps: Adrian Gonzalez has 4 hits
News report: Adam Dunn is traded to the A’s
Legends of the Game: Team by team career H above the league average leaders