Friday, October 25, 2013

Phillies in Active Career Top 10 MLB Leaders

Offense:
WAR - Chase Utley - 58.2 (9th)

SLG % - Ryan Howard - .545 (7th)

AB - Jimmy Rollins - 8090 (8th)

R - Jimmy Rollins - 1247 (8th)

DBL - Jimmy Rollins - 457 (10th)

TRPL - Jimmy Rollins- 107 (3rd)

SB - Jimmy Rollins - 425 (4th)

HBP - Chase Utley - 156 (4th)



















Pitching:
WAR - Roy Halladay - 65.6 (1st) & Cliff Lee - 42.4 (10th)

ERA - Cole Hamels - 3.38 (9th) & Roy Halladay - 3.39 (10th)

W - Roy Halladay - 203 (3rd)

W% - Roy Halladay - .659 (1st)

WHIP - Cole Hamels - 1.14 (4th) & Roy Halladay - 1.18 (8th)

SV - Jonathan Papelbon - 286 (4th)

IP - Roy Halladay - 2749.1 (5th)

K - Roy Halladay - 2117 (4th)

GS - Roy Halladay - 390 (7th)

CG - Roy Halladay - 67 (1st) & Cliff Lee - 28 (6th)

SHO - Roy Halladay - 20 (1st) & Cliff Lee - 12 (4th)

5 comments:

GM-Carson said...

One thing I realized after compiling this, is that Hamels has been far better consistently than I thought. That ERA/WHIP is nice. He deserves some friggin' run support.

Harold Kasselman said...

Great analysis and very insightful. It's just a shame they are so old and Doc won't likely be around next year

Andrew said...

First year since 2006 that no (current) Phillie won a gold glove. Not surprising, but an interesting fact nontheless. Also, only 4th time since 1997 no Phillie won.

GM-Carson said...

Phillies defense is pretty bad. J-Roll makes the routine plays, but no longer has the range. Utley still gets to a lot of balls, but made a lot of errors last year.

Andrew said...

Utley was completely snubbed during his golden years of defense. Too bad he's probably past his prime and will still make good plays but will most likely be overshadowed by younger stars from here on out.