1970 Baseball Replay

Cincinnati
Cincinnati Reds
 
National League West (1-1, .500)
Manager : Sparky Anderson
Plays in Crosley Field (Capacity : 29,603)
 
Sparkline

Team Rankings

Batting Rk LRk
AVG .269 10 5
OBP .380 5 3
SLG .388 12 7
OPS .768 10 5
Runs 10 1 1
Homeruns 2 2 2
Stolen Bases 2 1 1
Pitching Rk LRk
ERA 3.86 14 7
WHIP 1.13 10 5
Strikeouts 12 2 1
Walks 2 17 9
Starters ERA 4.30 17 9
Starters WHIP 1.09 11 6
Relievers ERA 2.25 6 4
Relievers WHIP 1.25 5 3

Team Leaders

Batting Mark
AVGTony Perez.500
OPSBobby Tolan1.600
HRJohnny Bench1
RBobby Tolan3
RBIBobby Tolan3
2BBobby Tolan1
3BDave Concepcion0
TBJohnny Bench7
RCBobby Tolan3.8
RC/27Bobby Tolan25.5
Pitching Mark
ERAGary Nolan2.08
WHIPGary Nolan1.038
FIPGary Nolan2.52
KJim Merritt6
CGDave Concepcion0
SavesWayne Granger1

Transactions

Wednesday, Apr 1, 1970
Military Mel Behney CIN

Team Charts

Players of the Game

Rk Name #
1. Bobby Tolan 1
Claude Osteen 1

Season History

Year LG DIV W L PCT Place GB Runs Scored Runs Allowed Run Diff.
1965 NL 95 67 .586 0 861 717 +144
1966 NL 74 86 .463 0 687 757 -70
1967 NL 88 74 .543 0 597 590 +7
1968 NL 80 82 .494 0 626 586 +40
1969 NL West 83 79 .512 4th 11.0 728 739 -11
1970 NL West 1 1 .500 10 8 +2

1970 Schedule

Gm Date Regular Season Outcome Inn Starter Win Loss POG Attendance Win Loss
1. 4/6/1970 Montreal Expos W 5-8 J. Merritt C. Carroll C. Raymond B. Tolan 30,124 1 0
2. 4/7/1970 @ Los Angeles Dodgers L 2-3 10 G. Nolan J. Brewer W. Granger C. Osteen 1 1
3. 4/8/1970 @ Los Angeles Dodgers
4. 4/9/1970 @ Los Angeles Dodgers
5. 4/10/1970 @ San Francisco Giants
6. 4/11/1970 @ San Francisco Giants
7. 4/12/1970 @ San Francisco Giants
8. 4/12/1970 @ San Francisco Giants
9. 4/13/1970 San Diego Padres
10. 4/14/1970 San Diego Padres
11. 4/15/1970 Los Angeles Dodgers
12. 4/16/1970 Los Angeles Dodgers
13. 4/17/1970 San Francisco Giants
14. 4/18/1970 San Francisco Giants
15. 4/19/1970 San Francisco Giants
16. 4/20/1970 @ Atlanta Braves
17. 4/21/1970 @ Atlanta Braves
18. 4/24/1970 @ St. Louis Cardinals
19. 4/25/1970 @ St. Louis Cardinals
20. 4/26/1970 @ St. Louis Cardinals
21. 4/28/1970 Houston Astros
22. 4/29/1970 Houston Astros
23. 5/1/1970 Pittsburgh Pirates
24. 5/2/1970 Pittsburgh Pirates
25. 5/3/1970 Pittsburgh Pirates
26. 5/4/1970 St. Louis Cardinals
27. 5/5/1970 St. Louis Cardinals
28. 5/7/1970 @ Chicago Cubs
29. 5/8/1970 @ Chicago Cubs
30. 5/9/1970 @ Chicago Cubs
31. 5/10/1970 @ Chicago Cubs
32. 5/11/1970 @ Pittsburgh Pirates
33. 5/12/1970 @ Pittsburgh Pirates
34. 5/15/1970 Atlanta Braves
35. 5/16/1970 Atlanta Braves
36. 5/17/1970 Atlanta Braves
37. 5/17/1970 Atlanta Braves
38. 5/18/1970 Chicago Cubs
39. 5/19/1970 Chicago Cubs
40. 5/21/1970 @ Houston Astros
41. 5/22/1970 @ Houston Astros
42. 5/23/1970 @ Houston Astros
43. 5/24/1970 @ Houston Astros
44. 5/25/1970 @ San Diego Padres
45. 5/26/1970 @ San Diego Padres
46. 5/26/1970 @ San Diego Padres
47. 5/27/1970 @ San Diego Padres
48. 5/29/1970 Montreal Expos
49. 5/30/1970 Montreal Expos
50. 5/31/1970 Montreal Expos
51. 6/2/1970 Philadelphia Phillies
52. 6/3/1970 Philadelphia Phillies
53. 6/5/1970 New York Mets
54. 6/6/1970 New York Mets
55. 6/7/1970 New York Mets
56. 6/9/1970 @ Montreal Expos
57. 6/10/1970 @ Montreal Expos
58. 6/11/1970 @ Montreal Expos
59. 6/12/1970 @ Philadelphia Phillies
60. 6/13/1970 @ Philadelphia Phillies
61. 6/14/1970 @ Philadelphia Phillies
62. 6/16/1970 @ New York Mets
63. 6/17/1970 @ New York Mets
64. 6/19/1970 Los Angeles Dodgers
65. 6/20/1970 Los Angeles Dodgers
66. 6/21/1970 Los Angeles Dodgers
67. 6/21/1970 Los Angeles Dodgers
68. 6/22/1970 San Francisco Giants
69. 6/23/1970 San Francisco Giants
70. 6/24/1970 San Francisco Giants
71. 6/26/1970 @ Houston Astros
72. 6/27/1970 @ Houston Astros
73. 6/28/1970 @ Houston Astros
74. 6/30/1970 Atlanta Braves
75. 7/1/1970 Atlanta Braves
76. 7/2/1970 Atlanta Braves
77. 7/3/1970 Houston Astros
78. 7/3/1970 Houston Astros
79. 7/4/1970 Houston Astros
80. 7/5/1970 Houston Astros
81. 7/6/1970 San Diego Padres
82. 7/7/1970 San Diego Padres
83. 7/8/1970 San Diego Padres
84. 7/9/1970 San Diego Padres
85. 7/10/1970 @ Atlanta Braves
86. 7/10/1970 @ Atlanta Braves
87. 7/11/1970 @ Atlanta Braves
88. 7/12/1970 @ Atlanta Braves
89. 7/16/1970 @ Pittsburgh Pirates
90. 7/17/1970 @ Pittsburgh Pirates
91. 7/18/1970 @ Pittsburgh Pirates
92. 7/19/1970 @ Pittsburgh Pirates
93. 7/20/1970 @ St. Louis Cardinals
94. 7/20/1970 @ St. Louis Cardinals
95. 7/21/1970 @ St. Louis Cardinals
96. 7/22/1970 @ Chicago Cubs
97. 7/23/1970 @ Chicago Cubs
98. 7/24/1970 St. Louis Cardinals
99. 7/25/1970 St. Louis Cardinals
100. 7/26/1970 St. Louis Cardinals
101. 7/27/1970 St. Louis Cardinals
102. 7/28/1970 Pittsburgh Pirates
103. 7/29/1970 Pittsburgh Pirates
104. 7/30/1970 Pittsburgh Pirates
105. 7/31/1970 Chicago Cubs
106. 7/31/1970 Chicago Cubs
107. 8/1/1970 Chicago Cubs
108. 8/2/1970 Chicago Cubs
109. 8/3/1970 @ San Diego Padres
110. 8/4/1970 @ San Diego Padres
111. 8/5/1970 @ San Francisco Giants
112. 8/6/1970 @ San Francisco Giants
113. 8/7/1970 @ Los Angeles Dodgers
114. 8/8/1970 @ Los Angeles Dodgers
115. 8/9/1970 @ Los Angeles Dodgers
116. 8/9/1970 @ Los Angeles Dodgers
117. 8/11/1970 New York Mets
118. 8/12/1970 New York Mets
119. 8/13/1970 New York Mets
120. 8/14/1970 Philadelphia Phillies
121. 8/15/1970 Philadelphia Phillies
122. 8/16/1970 Philadelphia Phillies
123. 8/17/1970 Philadelphia Phillies
124. 8/18/1970 Montreal Expos
125. 8/19/1970 Montreal Expos
126. 8/21/1970 @ New York Mets
127. 8/22/1970 @ New York Mets
128. 8/23/1970 @ New York Mets
129. 8/23/1970 @ New York Mets
130. 8/25/1970 @ Philadelphia Phillies
131. 8/26/1970 @ Philadelphia Phillies
132. 8/27/1970 @ Philadelphia Phillies
133. 8/28/1970 @ Montreal Expos
134. 8/29/1970 @ Montreal Expos
135. 8/30/1970 @ Montreal Expos
136. 9/1/1970 San Francisco Giants
137. 9/2/1970 San Francisco Giants
138. 9/3/1970 San Francisco Giants
139. 9/4/1970 San Diego Padres
140. 9/5/1970 San Diego Padres
141. 9/6/1970 San Diego Padres
142. 9/7/1970 @ San Francisco Giants
143. 9/7/1970 @ San Francisco Giants
144. 9/8/1970 @ San Francisco Giants
145. 9/9/1970 @ Los Angeles Dodgers
146. 9/10/1970 @ Los Angeles Dodgers
147. 9/11/1970 @ San Diego Padres
148. 9/12/1970 @ San Diego Padres
149. 9/13/1970 @ San Diego Padres
150. 9/15/1970 @ Houston Astros
151. 9/16/1970 @ Houston Astros
152. 9/18/1970 @ Atlanta Braves
153. 9/19/1970 @ Atlanta Braves
154. 9/20/1970 @ Atlanta Braves
155. 9/21/1970 Houston Astros
156. 9/22/1970 Houston Astros
157. 9/23/1970 Houston Astros
158. 9/25/1970 Los Angeles Dodgers
159. 9/26/1970 Los Angeles Dodgers
160. 9/27/1970 Los Angeles Dodgers
161. 9/29/1970 Atlanta Braves
162. 10/1/1970 Atlanta Braves
Gm Date Spring Training Outcome Inn Starter Win Loss POG Attendance Win Loss

Batters (14)

Catchers (2) B T Age Birthday Birthplace
5 Johnny Bench R R 22 December 7, 1947 Oklahoma City, OK
7 Pat Corrales R R 28 March 20, 1941 Los Angeles, CA
Infielders (7) B T Age Birthday Birthplace
12 Darrel Chaney B R 21 March 9, 1948 Hammond, IN
13 Dave Concepcion R R 21 June 17, 1948 Ocumare de la Costa, Venezuela
19 Tommy Helms R R 28 May 5, 1941 Charlotte, NC
23 Lee May R R 26 March 23, 1943 Birmingham, AL
24 Tony Perez R R 27 May 14, 1942 Ciego De Avila, Cuba
16 Jimmy Stewart B R 30 June 11, 1939 Opelika, AL
6 Woody Woodward R R 27 September 23, 1942 Miami, FL
Outfielders (7) B T Age Birthday Birthplace
22 Angel Bravo L L 27 August 4, 1942 Maracaibo, Venezuela
25 Bernie Carbo L R 22 August 5, 1947 Detroit, MI
11 Hal McRae R R 24 July 10, 1945 Avon Park, FL
14 Pete Rose B R 28 April 14, 1941 Cincinnati, OH
28 Bobby Tolan L L 24 November 19, 1945 Los Angeles, CA

Pitchers (11)

Starters (5) B T Age Birthday Birthplace
34 Bo Belinsky L L 33 December 7, 1936 New York, NY
36 Clay Carroll R R 28 May 2, 1941 Clanton, AL
40 Tony Cloninger R R 29 August 13, 1940 Cherryville, NC
37 Wayne Granger R R 25 March 15, 1944 Springfield, MA
35 Don Gullett R L 18 January 6, 1951 Lynn, KY
46 Jim Maloney L R 29 June 2, 1940 Fresno, CA
31 Jim McGlothlin R R 26 October 6, 1943 Los Angeles, CA
30 Jim Merritt L L 26 December 9, 1943 Altadena, CA
38 Gary Nolan R R 21 May 27, 1948 Herlong, CA
45 Wayne Simpson R R 21 December 2, 1948 Los Angeles, CA
39 Ray Washburn R R 31 May 31, 1938 Pasco, WA

Batting Statistics

Player POS G PA AB H SI 2B 3B HR R RBI IW HBP BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
Current Players
Bench C 2 9 8 4 3 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 .500 .556 .875 1.431
Carbo LF 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .000 .667 .000 .667
Concepci SS 2 8 7 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 .286 .375 .286 .661
Helms 2B 2 10 7 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 .000 .222 .000 .222
May 1B 2 9 7 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 .143 .222 .143 .365
McRae LF 2 6 6 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 .167 .167 .167 .333
Perez 3B 2 10 8 4 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 .500 .600 .625 1.225
Rose RF 2 10 10 3 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 .300 .300 .300 .600
Stewart LF 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 .000 .667 .000 .667
Tolan CF 2 10 7 3 1 1 0 1 3 3 0 1 2 0 1 0 .429 .600 1.000 1.600
Changed Teams
Team Totals 24 83 67 18 14 2 0 2 10 10 1 2 12 12 2 0 .269 .390 .388 .778

Secondary Statistics

Player RC RC27 TAVG SEC ISO BABIP AB/2B AB/3B AB/HR AB/BB AB/K SH SF IW HBP GDP CI GWRBI CHS LHS
Current Players
Bench 3.1 21.1 2.000 .500 .375 .600 8.0 8.0 4.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
Carbo 0.5 14.3 2.000 2.000 .000 .000 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Concepci 0.9 4.7 .600 .143 .000 .400 7.0 3.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
Helms -0.1 -0.3 .286 .143 .000 .000 7.0 7.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
May 0.2 0.8 .286 .143 .000 .143 7.0 7.0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1
McRae 0.0 0.0 .200 .000 .000 .250 3.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Perez 2.8 19.0 1.750 .375 .125 .571 8.0 4.0 8.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
Rose 0.9 3.0 .375 .000 .000 .333 10.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2
Stewart 0.7 20.0 3.000 3.000 .000 .000 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tolan 3.8 25.5 2.750 1.000 .571 .333 7.0 7.0 3.5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2
Changed Teams

Left/Right Statistics

Player LPA LAB LH L2B L3B LHR LRBI LBB LK RPA RAB RH R2B R3B RHR RRBI RBB RK
Current Players
Bench 4 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 2 0 0 1 2 1 2
Carbo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
Concepci 5 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
Helms 6 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
May 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1
McRae 5 5 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Perez 6 5 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0
Rose 6 6 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 4 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Stewart 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tolan 6 4 2 1 0 0 2 1 0 4 3 1 0 0 1 1 1 0
Changed Teams

Pitching Statistics

Primary
Player W L G GS CG SH HLD SV INN H 2B 3B HR R ER BB K ERA WHIP BABIP
Current Players
Clay Carroll 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .00 .00 .000
Wayne Granger 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 3.0 4 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 3.00 1.67 .400
Jim Merritt 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 6.0 7 3 0 1 5 5 0 6 7.50 1.17 .333
Gary Nolan 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 8.7 8 2 0 0 2 2 1 4 2.08 1.04 .267
Changed Teams
Team Totals 1 1 24 18 0 0 0 1 18.7 19 6 0 1 8 8 2 12 3.86 1.13 .295
Seccondary
Player QS GF HLD BS IR IRS IRS% HBP IBB GDP BK WP SB CS PK H9 HR9 BB9 K9 PCH OVG OPS
Current Players
Clay Carroll 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 18.0 .000 .000
Wayne Granger 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 12.0 0.0 3.0 6.0 22.0 .333 .801
Jim Merritt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10.5 1.5 0.0 9.0 94.0 .280 .800
Gary Nolan 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 8.3 0.0 1.0 4.2 112.0 .235 .551
Changed Teams

Fielding Statistics

Catcher G GS INN PO A E DP TC PCT PB SB CS SB% PK
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First Base G GS INN PO A E DP TC PCT
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Second Base G GS INN PO A E DP TC PCT
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Third Base G GS INN PO A E DP TC PCT
There are no statistics for this team.
Shortstop G GS INN PO A E DP TC PCT
There are no statistics for this team.
Leftfield G GS INN PO A E DP TC PCT
There are no statistics for this team.
Centerfield G GS INN PO A E DP TC PCT
There are no statistics for this team.
Rightfield G GS INN PO A E DP TC PCT
There are no statistics for this team.
Pitcher G GS INN PO A E DP TC PCT PB SB CS SB% PK
There are no statistics for this team.

Historical Team Records

Year Team League Division Place W L PCT GB RF RA
1965 CIN NL 0 95 67 .586 861 717
1966 CIN NL 0 74 86 .463 687 757
1967 CIN NL 0 88 74 .543 597 590
1968 CIN NL 0 80 82 .494 626 586
1969 CIN NL West 4th 83 79 .512 11.0 728 739
1970 CIN NL West 1 1 .500 10 8
Total 421 389 .520 3509 3397

Historical Batting

Year AVG OBP SLG OPS AB H 2b 3b HR BB K SB
1965 .279 .337 .437 .774 5761 1605 282 69 164 479 991 83
1966 .257 .309 .380 .689 5563 1432 222 25 137 404 809 63
1967 .236 .287 .353 .641 5578 1316 225 62 102 372 944 90
1968 .262 .307 .372 .680 5749 1507 247 28 110 333 934 44
1969 .265 .324 .409 .733 5605 1483 230 37 169 448 1129 35
1970 .269 .390 .388 .778 67 18 2 0 2 12 12 2
Total .260 .313 .391 .704 28323 7361 1208 221 684 2048 4819 317

Historical Pitching

Year ERA WHIP INN H HR BB K
1965 3.88 1.34 1472.3 1368 137 610 1132
1966 4.28 1.37 1418.3 1442 161 494 1024
1967 3.18 1.19 1479.3 1325 111 441 1038
1968 3.17 1.27 1479.3 1333 99 551 989
1969 3.87 1.35 1439.3 1411 161 537 814
1970 3.86 1.13 18.7 19 1 2 12
Total 3.67 1.31 7307.3 6898 670 2635 5009

Seasonal Batting Leaders for replay project beginning with 1965 season.

(Must have 350 AB to qualify)
Batting Average
1.
1965
 
.333
2. Alex Johnson 1968 .320
3. Gordy Coleman 1965 .316
4. Alex Johnson 1969 .309
5. Pete Rose 1968 .307
6. Pete Rose 1969 .305
7. Vada Pinson 1966 .302
8. Vada Pinson 1965 .296
On-Base Percentage
1.
1969
 
.394
2. Pete Rose 1965 .390
3. Pete Rose 1968 .371
4. Frank Robinson 1965 .360
5. Tommy Harper 1965 .358
6. Alex Johnson 1969 .351
7. Alex Johnson 1968 .349
8. Deron Johnson 1966 .348
Slugging Percentage
1.
1969
 
.545
2. Deron Johnson 1965 .514
3. Gordy Coleman 1965 .508
4. Lee May 1969 .502
5. Deron Johnson 1966 .483
6. Frank Robinson 1965 .481
7. Tony Perez 1968 .479
8. Vada Pinson 1965 .475
On-Base Plus Slugging
1.
1969
 
.889
2. Gordy Coleman 1965 .854
3. Pete Rose 1969 .851
Pete Rose 1965 .851
5. Deron Johnson 1965 .844
6. Frank Robinson 1965 .841
7. Deron Johnson 1966 .831
8. Tony Perez 1968 .823
Runs Created
1.
1965
 
125.2
2. Tony Perez 1969 118.2
3. Pete Rose 1969 114.8
4. Vada Pinson 1965 110.9
5. Deron Johnson 1965 110.2
6. Frank Robinson 1965 107.2
7. Tony Perez 1968 105.2
8. Pete Rose 1968 101.5
RC/27
1.
1965
 
7.0
2. Tony Perez 1969 6.8
Pete Rose 1969 6.8
4. Gordy Coleman 1965 6.6
5. Deron Johnson 1965 6.3
6. Deron Johnson 1966 6.2
Frank Robinson 1965 6.2
8. Tony Perez 1968 6.1
Hits
1.
1965
 
227
2. Vada Pinson 1965 199
3. Alex Johnson 1968 190
Pete Rose 1969 190
5. Pete Rose 1968 189
6. Tony Perez 1968 185
Vada Pinson 1966 185
8. Pete Rose 1966 184
Singles
1.
1965
 
164
2. Alex Johnson 1968 157
3. Pete Rose 1968 139
4. Tommy Harper 1965 136
5. Tony Perez 1967 134
Vada Pinson 1966 134
7. Pete Rose 1969 132
8. Vada Pinson 1965 131
Doubles
1.
1965
 
44
2. Lee May 1969 40
3. Tony Perez 1969 36
Vada Pinson 1965 36
5. Vada Pinson 1966 35
Pete Rose 1969 35
7. Pete Rose 1968 34
8. Johnny Bench 1968 33
Triples
1.
 
19
2. Pete Rose 1965 14
3. Deron Johnson 1965 12
Vada Pinson 1965 12
5. Leo Cardenas 1965 10
Pete Rose 1969 10
7. Bobby Tolan 1969 8
8. Pete Rose 1967 7
Homeruns
1.
1969
 
39
2. Lee May 1969 33
3. Deron Johnson 1965 31
4. Frank Robinson 1965 28
5. Tony Perez 1968 27
6. Bobby Tolan 1969 25
7. Johnny Bench 1969 23
8. Deron Johnson 1966 21
Total Bases
1.
1969
 
342
2. Deron Johnson 1965 327
3. Vada Pinson 1965 319
4. Pete Rose 1965 314
5. Lee May 1969 308
6. Tony Perez 1968 303
7. Frank Robinson 1965 293
8. Vada Pinson 1967 288
Runs Batted In
1.
 
125
Frank Robinson 1965 125
3. Tony Perez 1969 116
4. Deron Johnson 1965 104
5. Lee May 1969 101
6. Tony Perez 1968 100
7. Bobby Tolan 1969 95
8. Lee May 1968 89
Runs
1.
1965
 
121
2. Tommy Harper 1965 120
3. Pete Rose 1969 111
4. Deron Johnson 1965 106
5. Frank Robinson 1965 105
6. Pete Rose 1966 95
7. Bobby Tolan 1969 93
8. Tony Perez 1969 92
Walks
1.
1969
 
87
2. Tommy Harper 1965 80
3. Frank Robinson 1965 62
Pete Rose 1965 62
5. Pete Rose 1967 58
6. Pete Rose 1968 57
7. Pete Rose 1966 54
8. Tony Perez 1969 49
Strikeouts
1.
1969
 
150
2. Tony Perez 1969 143
3. Tommy Harper 1965 126
4. Johnny Bench 1969 123
5. Frank Robinson 1965 120
6. Tony Perez 1967 109
7. Johnny Bench 1968 108
8. Leo Cardenas 1965 106
Hit by Pitch
1.
 
17
2. Frank Robinson 1965 14
3. Alex Johnson 1969 12
4. Lee May 1967 11
5. Lee May 1968 8
Lee May 1969 8
Tony Perez 1968 8
Vada Pinson 1965 8
Intentional Walks
1.
1969
 
14
2. Leo Cardenas 1966 12
Leo Cardenas 1967 12
Frank Robinson 1965 12
5. Leo Cardenas 1965 11
6. Johnny Bench 1969 9
Leo Cardenas 1968 9
Lee May 1968 9
Catcher Interference
1.
 
1
2. Ted Abernathy 1967 0
Ted Abernathy 1968 0
Gerry Arrigo 1966 0
Gerry Arrigo 1965 0
Gerry Arrigo 1967 0
Gerry Arrigo 1968 0
Gerry Arrigo 1969 0
Stolen Bases
1.
 
39
2. Tommy Harper 1966 29
3. Tommy Harper 1967 22
Vada Pinson 1967 22
5. Vada Pinson 1965 21
6. Alex Johnson 1968 14
7. Vada Pinson 1966 12
Bobby Tolan 1969 12
Caught Stealing
1.
 
13
2. Tommy Harper 1967 12
Vada Pinson 1966 12
4. Tommy Harper 1965 11
5. Vada Pinson 1965 10
Vada Pinson 1967 10
Frank Robinson 1965 10
8. Pete Rose 1967 9
Stolen Bases Percentage
1.
 
0.875
2. Tommy Harper 1965 0.780
3. Alex Johnson 1968 0.737
4. Pete Rose 1965 0.700
5. Tommy Harper 1966 0.690
6. Vada Pinson 1967 0.688
7. Vada Pinson 1965 0.677
8. Tommy Harper 1967 0.647
Extra Base Hits
1.
1969
 
78
2. Lee May 1969 76
3. Deron Johnson 1965 74
4. Vada Pinson 1965 68
5. Pete Rose 1965 63
6. Frank Robinson 1965 62
7. Tony Perez 1968 58
Vada Pinson 1967 58
Longest Hit Streak
1.
1965
 
23
2. Alex Johnson 1968 21
3. Alex Johnson 1969 19
Tony Perez 1969 19
5. Vada Pinson 1967 17
Vada Pinson 1965 17
7. Vada Pinson 1966 15
Frank Robinson 1965 15
Current Hit Streak
1.
 
9
2. Alex Johnson 1968 5
Vada Pinson 1968 5
Frank Robinson 1965 5
5. Gordy Coleman 1965 4
Mack Jones 1968 4
Joe Nuxhall 1965 4
Pete Rose 1967 4
Sacrifice Hits
1.
 
12
Jim Merritt 1969 12
3. George Culver 1968 8
Jim Maloney 1969 8
Pete Rose 1966 8
6. Tommy Helms 1966 7
Joey Jay 1965 7
Gary Nolan 1967 7
Sacrifice Flies
1.
 
9
2. Deron Johnson 1965 8
3. Vada Pinson 1965 7
4. Tony Perez 1969 6
Frank Robinson 1965 6
Bobby Tolan 1969 6
7. Johnny Bench 1968 5
Deron Johnson 1966 5
Ground into Double Plays
1.
 
22
2. Johnny Bench 1968 21
3. Leo Cardenas 1966 20
4. Leo Cardenas 1968 19
Tony Perez 1965 19
Tony Perez 1969 19
Bobby Tolan 1969 19
8. Tommy Helms 1969 18
Balls in Play
1.
1965
 
631
2. Vada Pinson 1965 593
3. Pete Rose 1966 580
4. Vada Pinson 1967 573
5. Pete Rose 1968 550
6. Vada Pinson 1966 544
7. Pete Rose 1969 537
8. Bobby Tolan 1969 527
Games
1.
1965
 
162
2. Leo Cardenas 1966 160
Lee May 1969 160
Tony Perez 1969 160
5. Tommy Harper 1965 159
Deron Johnson 1965 159
Tony Perez 1968 159
Vada Pinson 1965 159
Plate Apperances
1.
1965
 
760
2. Tommy Harper 1965 747
3. Vada Pinson 1965 735
4. Pete Rose 1969 719
5. Pete Rose 1966 707
6. Deron Johnson 1965 695
7. Frank Robinson 1965 691
8. Tony Perez 1969 689
At Bats
1.
1965
 
682
2. Vada Pinson 1965 672
3. Tommy Harper 1965 646
4. Vada Pinson 1967 643
5. Pete Rose 1966 642
6. Deron Johnson 1965 636
7. Tony Perez 1968 632
8. Tony Perez 1967 629
At Bat to Double
1.
 
14.8
2. Johnny Edwards 1965 15.3
Lee May 1969 15.3
4. Pete Rose 1965 15.5
5. Tommy Helms 1967 16.1
6. Johnny Bench 1968 17.0
7. Tony Perez 1969 17.4
8. Vada Pinson 1966 17.5
At Bat to Triple
1.
 
33.8
2. Pete Rose 1965 48.7
3. Deron Johnson 1965 53.0
4. Vada Pinson 1965 56.0
5. Leo Cardenas 1965 56.5
6. Pete Rose 1969 62.2
7. Leo Cardenas 1967 62.8
8. Tommy Harper 1967 74.4
At Bat to Homerun
1.
1969
 
16.1
2. Lee May 1969 18.6
3. Deron Johnson 1965 20.5
4. Frank Robinson 1965 21.8
5. Johnny Bench 1969 23.0
6. Tony Perez 1968 23.4
7. Deron Johnson 1966 24.0
8. Bobby Tolan 1969 24.6
At Bat to Strikeout
1.
 
3.9
2. Lee May 1969 4.1
3. Johnny Bench 1969 4.3
4. Tony Perez 1969 4.4
5. Lee May 1967 4.8
6. Leo Cardenas 1967 4.9
7. Tommy Harper 1965 5.1
Frank Robinson 1965 5.1
Strikeout to Walk
1.
1969
 
0.9
Pete Rose 1965 0.9
3. Tommy Helms 1966 1.0
Pete Rose 1966 1.0
5. Pete Rose 1967 1.1
Pete Rose 1968 1.1
7. Johnny Edwards 1965 1.3
8. Deron Johnson 1966 1.4
Isolated Average
1.
1969
 
.254
2. Lee May 1969 .236
3. Deron Johnson 1965 .233
4. Deron Johnson 1966 .197
Frank Robinson 1965 .197
6. Gordy Coleman 1965 .192
7. Tony Perez 1968 .186
8. Bobby Tolan 1969 .182
Total Average
1.
1969
 
0.858
2. Pete Rose 1965 0.823
3. Pete Rose 1969 0.821
4. Deron Johnson 1965 0.812
5. Frank Robinson 1965 0.806
6. Deron Johnson 1966 0.790
7. Gordy Coleman 1965 0.785
8. Lee May 1969 0.768
Secondary Average
1.
1969
 
.334
2. Deron Johnson 1965 .305
Lee May 1969 .305
4. Frank Robinson 1965 .300
5. Deron Johnson 1966 .288
6. Pete Rose 1969 .283
7. Tommy Harper 1965 .280
8. Johnny Edwards 1965 .267
Batting Average on Balls in Play
1.
 
.360
2. Pete Rose 1965 .356
3. Pete Rose 1969 .330
4. Alex Johnson 1969 .328
5. Pete Rose 1968 .325
6. Gordy Coleman 1965 .323
Tommy Harper 1966 .323
8. Lee May 1968 .322
Worst Batting Average
1.
 
.190
2. Leo Cardenas 1968 .192
3. Johnny Bench 1968 .217
4. Tommy Harper 1967 .223
5. Tommy Helms 1967 .227
6. Lee May 1967 .232
7. Pete Rose 1967 .247
8. Leo Cardenas 1966 .259
Worst On-Base Percentage
1.
 
.233
2. Johnny Bench 1968 .255
3. Deron Johnson 1967 .257
4. Tommy Helms 1967 .263
5. Lee May 1967 .277
6. Tommy Helms 1969 .291
7. Tommy Harper 1967 .295
8. Leo Cardenas 1966 .305
Worst Slugging Percentage
1.
 
.256
2. Tommy Helms 1969 .296
3. Tommy Helms 1967 .305
4. Vada Pinson 1968 .319
5. Johnny Bench 1968 .333
6. Deron Johnson 1967 .339
7. Tommy Harper 1966 .351
8. Tommy Helms 1966 .352
Worst On-Base Plus Slugging
1.
 
.489
2. Tommy Helms 1967 .568
3. Johnny Bench 1968 .587
Tommy Helms 1969 .587
5. Deron Johnson 1967 .596
6. Vada Pinson 1968 .628
7. Lee May 1967 .645
8. Tommy Harper 1967 .655
Worst Runs Created
1.
 
25.3
2. Deron Johnson 1967 32.2
3. Tommy Helms 1967 40.0
4. Tommy Harper 1967 41.6
5. Tommy Helms 1969 42.5
6. Lee May 1967 46.8
7. Leo Cardenas 1967 47.1
8. Johnny Bench 1968 48.4
Worst RC/27
1.
 
1.7
2. Tommy Helms 1967 2.6
3. Johnny Bench 1968 2.8
Deron Johnson 1967 2.8
5. Tommy Helms 1969 3.0
6. Lee May 1967 3.4
Vada Pinson 1968 3.4
8. Tommy Harper 1967 3.5

Seasonal Pitching Leaders for replay project beginning with 1965 season.

(Must have 150 AB to qualify)
Earned Run Average
1.
1968
 
2.30
2. Mel Queen 1967 2.48
3. Jim Maloney 1965 2.75
4. George Culver 1968 2.87
5. Jim Maloney 1966 2.99
6. Gary Nolan 1967 3.00
7. Jim Maloney 1968 3.25
8. Sammy Ellis 1965 3.34
WHIP
1.
1967
 
.90
2. Gary Nolan 1967 1.10
3. Gary Nolan 1968 1.12
4. Jim Maloney 1965 1.13
5. Milt Pappas 1966 1.16
6. Jim Maloney 1966 1.17
7. Jim Merritt 1969 1.22
8. George Culver 1968 1.23
Worst ERA
1.
1965
 
4.84
2. Sammy Ellis 1966 4.80
3. Sammy Ellis 1967 4.70
4. Tony Cloninger 1969 4.38
5. Milt Pappas 1966 4.01
6. Jim Merritt 1969 3.66
7. Gerry Arrigo 1968 3.40
8. Milt Pappas 1967 3.38
Worst WHIP
1.
 
1.52
2. Sammy Ellis 1967 1.48
3. Tony Cloninger 1969 1.41
4. Joey Jay 1965 1.36
5. Jim Maloney 1968 1.33
6. Jim Maloney 1967 1.31
7. Sammy Ellis 1965 1.25
Gerry Arrigo 1968 1.25
Wins
1.
 
21
2. Jim Maloney 1965 18
3. Jim Merritt 1969 16
4. Jim Maloney 1967 15
Jim Maloney 1966 15
6. Mel Queen 1967 13
7. Gerry Arrigo 1968 12
George Culver 1968 12
Losses
1.
 
18
2. Tony Cloninger 1969 15
3. Sammy Ellis 1967 14
4. Jim Maloney 1969 13
Gary Nolan 1967 13
Milt Pappas 1966 13
7. George Culver 1968 11
Joey Jay 1965 11
Decisions
1.
 
29
2. Sammy Ellis 1965 27
Jim Merritt 1969 27
4. Jim Maloney 1967 25
Jim Maloney 1969 25
6. Tony Cloninger 1969 23
George Culver 1968 23
Sammy Ellis 1967 23
Innings
1.
 
285.7
2. Jim Maloney 1965 261.7
3. Jim Merritt 1969 236.0
4. George Culver 1968 232.3
5. Milt Pappas 1967 229.0
6. Gary Nolan 1967 228.0
7. Sammy Ellis 1966 227.0
8. Jim Maloney 1966 225.7
Runs Allowed
1.
 
135
2. Sammy Ellis 1965 126
3. Tony Cloninger 1969 118
4. Jim Merritt 1969 116
5. Sammy Ellis 1967 112
6. Milt Pappas 1966 109
7. Joey Jay 1965 102
8. Milt Pappas 1967 96
Earned Runs
1.
 
121
2. Sammy Ellis 1965 106
3. Tony Cloninger 1969 97
Milt Pappas 1966 97
5. Sammy Ellis 1967 96
Jim Merritt 1969 96
7. Joey Jay 1965 92
8. Milt Pappas 1967 86
Intentional Walks
1.
 
14
2. Sammy Ellis 1966 12
Sammy Ellis 1965 12
4. Jim Maloney 1965 7
John Tsitouris 1965 7
6. Ted Abernathy 1968 6
Roger Craig 1965 6
Joey Jay 1965 6
Most Walks
1.
 
128
2. Tony Cloninger 1969 103
3. Sammy Ellis 1965 102
4. Sammy Ellis 1966 99
5. Jim Maloney 1968 96
6. Jim Maloney 1969 89
7. Gerry Arrigo 1968 85
8. Jim Maloney 1966 83
Least Walks
1.
1967
 
27
2. Milt Pappas 1966 35
3. Milt Pappas 1967 37
4. Jim Merritt 1969 53
5. Gary Nolan 1967 58
6. Gary Nolan 1968 64
7. Joey Jay 1965 66
8. Sammy Ellis 1967 67
Strikeouts
1.
 
260
2. Jim Maloney 1966 215
3. Gary Nolan 1967 209
4. Jim Maloney 1968 198
5. Sammy Ellis 1965 192
6. Jim Maloney 1967 149
7. Sammy Ellis 1966 145
8. Gerry Arrigo 1968 143
Hit Batters
1.
 
12
John Tsitouris 1965 12
3. George Culver 1968 11
4. Joe Nuxhall 1966 10
5. Gerry Arrigo 1969 8
George Culver 1969 8
Milt Pappas 1967 8
8. Tony Cloninger 1968 7
Balks
1.
1967
 
3
2. Tony Cloninger 1969 2
Sammy Ellis 1966 2
Wayne Granger 1969 2
5. Gerry Arrigo 1967 1
Joe Nuxhall 1965 1
Darrell Osteen 1966 1
Jim O'Toole 1965 1
Wild Pitches
1.
 
11
Jim Maloney 1969 11
3. Gerry Arrigo 1965 10
John Tsitouris 1965 10
5. Gerry Arrigo 1968 9
Gerry Arrigo 1969 9
Tony Cloninger 1969 9
8. Joey Jay 1965 8
Double Plays
1.
 
31
2. Jim Maloney 1966 27
3. Jim Maloney 1968 23
4. Ted Abernathy 1967 22
5. Sammy Ellis 1966 21
6. Sammy Ellis 1965 19
7. Sammy Ellis 1967 18
Wayne Granger 1969 18
Games
1.
 
79
2. Ted Abernathy 1968 74
3. Clay Carroll 1969 67
4. Ted Abernathy 1967 66
5. Billy McCool 1965 62
6. Don Nottebart 1966 57
7. Billy McCool 1966 55
8. Bob Lee 1968 52
Games Started
1.
 
39
2. Sammy Ellis 1966 36
3. George Culver 1968 35
Jim Merritt 1969 35
5. Tony Cloninger 1969 34
6. Jim Maloney 1965 33
7. Jim Maloney 1966 32
Jim Maloney 1968 32
Games Finished
1.
 
52
2. Wayne Granger 1969 50
3. Billy McCool 1965 46
4. Billy McCool 1966 45
5. Ted Abernathy 1968 44
6. Clay Carroll 1968 38
7. Don Nottebart 1966 36
8. Bob Lee 1968 25
Complete Games
1.
 
13
2. Jim Maloney 1965 12
3. Jim Maloney 1966 10
4. Mel Queen 1967 9
5. Jim Maloney 1969 8
6. Jim Merritt 1969 7
Gary Nolan 1967 7
8. Jim Maloney 1967 6
Shutouts
1.
1968
 
5
2. Gary Nolan 1967 4
3. Jim Maloney 1967 3
4. Gerry Arrigo 1968 2
Sammy Ellis 1965 2
Jim Maloney 1966 2
Jim Maloney 1969 2
Jim Maloney 1968 2
Pitches per Game
1.
 
127.0
2. Jim Maloney 1966 110.0
3. Gary Nolan 1968 108.0
4. Jim Maloney 1967 107.0
Jim Maloney 1968 107.0
6. Gary Nolan 1967 106.0
7. Sammy Ellis 1965 104.0
Milt Pappas 1967 104.0
Quality Starts
1.
 
25
2. George Culver 1968 24
Sammy Ellis 1965 24
4. Jim Merritt 1969 22
Milt Pappas 1967 22
6. Gary Nolan 1967 21
7. Jim Maloney 1968 19
Mel Queen 1967 19
Saves
1.
 
28
2. Ted Abernathy 1967 26
3. Billy McCool 1965 21
4. Billy McCool 1966 18
5. Clay Carroll 1968 16
6. Ted Abernathy 1968 14
7. Don Nottebart 1966 6
8. Clay Carroll 1969 5
Blown Saves
1.
 
12
2. Ted Abernathy 1968 8
Wayne Granger 1969 8
4. Don Nottebart 1966 7
5. Clay Carroll 1969 5
6. Ted Abernathy 1967 4
Ted Davidson 1968 4
Billy McCool 1966 4
Holds
1.
 
6
Al Jackson 1969 6
3. Roger Craig 1965 5
Ted Davidson 1966 5
Billy McCool 1968 5
6. Ted Abernathy 1968 4
Jack Baldschun 1966 4
Ted Davidson 1968 4
Inherited Runners
1.
 
75
2. Wayne Granger 1969 57
3. Clay Carroll 1969 53
4. Billy McCool 1965 51
5. Don Nottebart 1966 43
6. Ted Davidson 1966 35
Billy McCool 1966 35
8. Ted Abernathy 1967 34
Inherited Runners Scored
1.
 
26
2. Clay Carroll 1969 23
3. Ted Abernathy 1968 22
4. Jack Baldschun 1966 21
5. Don Nottebart 1966 16
6. Ted Abernathy 1967 15
Ted Davidson 1966 15
Al Jackson 1969 15
Inherited Runners Percentage
1.
 
67
2. Sammy Ellis 1966 56
3. Billy McCool 1965 51
4. Sammy Ellis 1965 50
Jim Maloney 1969 50
6. Ted Abernathy 1967 44
Joey Jay 1965 44
8. Clay Carroll 1969 43
AVG Against
1.
 
.181
2. Gary Nolan 1968 .200
3. Jim Maloney 1969 .203
4. Mel Queen 1967 .204
5. Jim Maloney 1966 .220
6. Gerry Arrigo 1968 .222
7. Gary Nolan 1967 .227
8. Sammy Ellis 1965 .234
OBP Average Against
1.
1967
 
.235
2. Gary Nolan 1967 .280
3. Jim Maloney 1965 .281
Gary Nolan 1968 .281
5. Milt Pappas 1966 .285
6. Jim Maloney 1969 .294
7. Jim Merritt 1969 .297
8. Jim Maloney 1966 .299
SLG Against
1.
 
.266
2. Gerry Arrigo 1968 .310
Jim Maloney 1969 .310
4. George Culver 1968 .311
5. Gary Nolan 1968 .313
6. Mel Queen 1967 .320
7. Gary Nolan 1967 .331
8. Sammy Ellis 1965 .343
OPS Average Against
1.
 
.547
2. Mel Queen 1967 .556
3. Gary Nolan 1968 .594
4. Jim Maloney 1969 .604
5. Gary Nolan 1967 .610
6. Gerry Arrigo 1968 .613
7. George Culver 1968 .618
8. Sammy Ellis 1965 .643
RC Against
1.
1968
 
53.1
2. Mel Queen 1967 53.4
3. Jim Maloney 1969 70.1
4. Jim Maloney 1965 74.0
5. Gerry Arrigo 1968 77.0
6. Gary Nolan 1967 78.7
7. Jim Maloney 1966 88.1
8. George Culver 1968 90.2
RC/27 Against
1.
1967
 
2.4
2. Jim Maloney 1965 2.5
3. Gary Nolan 1968 2.9
4. Gary Nolan 1967 3.0
5. Gerry Arrigo 1968 3.3
Jim Maloney 1969 3.3
7. George Culver 1968 3.4
Jim Maloney 1966 3.4
Worst AVG Against
1.
 
.286
2. Sammy Ellis 1966 .278
3. Milt Pappas 1967 .271
4. Milt Pappas 1966 .255
5. Jim Merritt 1969 .253
6. Joey Jay 1965 .252
7. George Culver 1968 .246
8. Jim Maloney 1967 .245
Worst OBP Against
1.
 
.350
2. Sammy Ellis 1967 .347
3. Tony Cloninger 1969 .329
4. Joey Jay 1965 .322
5. Jim Maloney 1968 .320
6. Jim Maloney 1967 .319
7. George Culver 1968 .307
8. Milt Pappas 1967 .304
Worst SLG Against
1.
 
.460
2. Joey Jay 1965 .433
3. Sammy Ellis 1967 .407
4. Jim Merritt 1969 .406
5. Tony Cloninger 1969 .397
6. Milt Pappas 1966 .395
7. Milt Pappas 1967 .383
8. Jim Maloney 1967 .357
Worst OPS Against
1.
 
.811
2. Joey Jay 1965 .756
3. Sammy Ellis 1967 .754
4. Tony Cloninger 1969 .726
5. Jim Merritt 1969 .703
6. Milt Pappas 1967 .687
7. Milt Pappas 1966 .680
8. Jim Maloney 1967 .676
Worst RC Against
1.
 
147.7
2. Sammy Ellis 1965 118.0
3. Jim Merritt 1969 116.0
4. Tony Cloninger 1969 108.9
5. Milt Pappas 1967 107.8
6. Sammy Ellis 1967 107.6
7. Jim Maloney 1968 98.4
8. Milt Pappas 1966 96.8
Worst RC/27 Against
1.
 
5.7
2. Sammy Ellis 1967 5.1
3. Joey Jay 1965 4.9
4. Tony Cloninger 1969 4.7
5. Jim Merritt 1969 4.3
6. Milt Pappas 1967 4.2
7. Jim Maloney 1967 4.1
8. Jim Maloney 1968 3.9
Hits per 9 Innings
1.
 
10.03
2. Sammy Ellis 1966 9.75
3. Milt Pappas 1967 9.67
4. Milt Pappas 1966 9.01
5. Jim Merritt 1969 9.00
6. Joey Jay 1965 8.74
7. George Culver 1968 8.37
8. Jim Maloney 1967 8.30
Homeruns per 9 Innings
1.
 
1.47
2. Joey Jay 1965 1.37
3. Tony Cloninger 1969 1.35
4. Jim Merritt 1969 0.99
Milt Pappas 1966 0.99
6. Milt Pappas 1967 0.79
7. Sammy Ellis 1967 0.78
8. Jim Maloney 1969 0.77
Runs per 9 Innings
1.
 
5.48
2. Joey Jay 1965 5.37
3. Sammy Ellis 1966 5.35
4. Tony Cloninger 1969 5.33
5. Milt Pappas 1966 4.51
6. Jim Merritt 1969 4.42
7. Jim Maloney 1969 4.04
8. Sammy Ellis 1965 3.97
Walks per 9 Innings
1.
 
4.65
2. Jim Maloney 1965 4.40
3. Jim Maloney 1969 4.28
4. Sammy Ellis 1966 3.93
5. Jim Maloney 1968 3.86
6. Gerry Arrigo 1968 3.75
7. Gary Nolan 1968 3.59
8. Jim Maloney 1967 3.49
Strikeouts per 9 Innings
1.
 
8.94
2. Jim Maloney 1966 8.57
3. Gary Nolan 1967 8.25
4. Jim Maloney 1968 7.96
5. Gary Nolan 1968 6.96
6. Jim Maloney 1967 6.76
7. Mel Queen 1967 6.38
8. Gerry Arrigo 1968 6.31
Stolen Bases per 9 Innings
1.
 
0.63
Sammy Ellis 1966 0.63
3. Sammy Ellis 1967 0.59
4. Milt Pappas 1967 0.55
5. Jim Maloney 1967 0.54
6. Milt Pappas 1966 0.50
7. Jim Maloney 1965 0.45
8. Joey Jay 1965 0.42
Run Support per 9 Innings
1.
 
7.37
2. Jim Merritt 1969 7.25
3. Tony Cloninger 1969 7.04
4. Jim Maloney 1966 6.42
5. Joey Jay 1965 6.11
6. Sammy Ellis 1966 5.87
7. Jim Maloney 1969 5.86
8. Jim Maloney 1965 5.64
Strikeout to Walk Ratio
1.
1965
 
11.00
2. Mel Queen 1967 5.15
3. Joey Jay 1966 4.45
4. Bill Kelso 1968 4.22
5. Gary Nolan 1970 4.00
Mel Queen 1968 4.00
7. Milt Pappas 1966 3.94
8. Milt Pappas 1967 3.62
Batters Faced
1.
 
1208
2. Jim Maloney 1965 1075
3. Sammy Ellis 1966 1006
4. Jim Merritt 1969 1002
5. George Culver 1968 971
6. Milt Pappas 1967 962
7. Jim Maloney 1968 948
8. Jim Maloney 1966 926
Hits Allowed
1.
 
254
2. Sammy Ellis 1966 246
Milt Pappas 1967 246
4. Jim Merritt 1969 236
5. Milt Pappas 1966 218
6. George Culver 1968 216
7. Sammy Ellis 1967 205
8. Jim Maloney 1968 202
Singles Allowed
1.
 
190
2. Sammy Ellis 1965 185
3. George Culver 1968 183
4. Sammy Ellis 1966 162
5. Sammy Ellis 1967 157
6. Milt Pappas 1966 151
7. Jim Merritt 1969 150
8. Gary Nolan 1967 145
Doubles Allowed
1.
 
56
2. Sammy Ellis 1966 43
3. Jim Maloney 1968 42
4. Sammy Ellis 1965 41
5. Milt Pappas 1966 38
6. Jim Maloney 1966 36
7. Jim Maloney 1967 34
8. Milt Pappas 1967 31
Triples Allowed
1.
1965
 
9
2. Jim Maloney 1967 8
3. Sammy Ellis 1967 7
John Tsitouris 1965 7
5. Sammy Ellis 1965 6
Jim Maloney 1966 6
7. Gerry Arrigo 1967 5
Tony Cloninger 1969 5
Homeruns Allowed
1.
 
37
2. Tony Cloninger 1969 30
3. Joey Jay 1965 26
Jim Merritt 1969 26
5. Milt Pappas 1966 24
6. Sammy Ellis 1965 22
Joe Nuxhall 1965 22
8. Milt Pappas 1967 20
Total Bases Allowed
1.
 
408
2. Jim Merritt 1969 378
3. Sammy Ellis 1965 373
4. Milt Pappas 1967 347
5. Milt Pappas 1966 338
6. Tony Cloninger 1969 302
7. Sammy Ellis 1967 292
Jim Maloney 1968 292
Balls in Play
1.
 
888
2. Jim Merritt 1969 776
3. Milt Pappas 1967 763
4. George Culver 1968 756
5. Sammy Ellis 1966 722
6. Milt Pappas 1966 703
7. Jim Maloney 1965 666
8. Tony Cloninger 1969 649
Stolen Bases Allowed
1.
 
18
2. Sammy Ellis 1966 16
3. Tony Cloninger 1969 14
Milt Pappas 1967 14
5. Jim Maloney 1965 13
6. Sammy Ellis 1967 12
Jim Maloney 1967 12
Milt Pappas 1966 12
Caught Stealing
1.
 
9
Milt Pappas 1966 9
3. Jim Maloney 1965 8
Gary Nolan 1967 8
Milt Pappas 1967 8
6. Jim Maloney 1966 7
Jim Maloney 1968 7
8. Sammy Ellis 1965 6
Pickoffs
1.
 
4
2. Sammy Ellis 1967 2
Milt Pappas 1967 2
4. Gerry Arrigo 1967 1
Gerry Arrigo 1965 1
Tony Cloninger 1968 1
George Culver 1968 1
Sammy Ellis 1965 1

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