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The 1987 Season as seen through the Prism of Player Won-Lost Records



Next in my continuing series of looking at individual seasons through the prism of Player won-lost records is the 1987 season.

The Best of 1987

I calculate Player won-lost records two ways: pWins, which tie to team wins and eWins, which control for context and the ability of one's teammates. For players with more pWins than eWins, their Player wins contributed to more team wins than one might expect; for players with more eWins than pWins, just the opposite is true: their Player wins translated into fewer team wins than expected. Or more briefly: a player with more pWins than eWins was better in context, a player with more eWins than pWins was worse in context.

The top 10 players in pWins above Positional Average and Replacement Level were as follows.

pWins over Positional Average
Top 10 Players
          pWins over Replacement Level
Top 10 Players
Player pWins pLosses pWOPA pWORL           Player pWins pLosses pWOPA pWORL
1Alan Trammell23.215.94.5
6.1
1Alan Trammell23.215.94.5
6.1
2Roger Clemens18.311.73.6
5.1
2Roger Clemens18.311.73.6
5.1
3Ozzie Smith23.017.43.3
4.9
3Ozzie Smith23.017.43.3
4.9
4Bret Saberhagen15.610.62.8
4.2
4Darryl Strawberry23.917.02.7
4.3
5Frank Viola16.912.12.7
4.2
5Frank Viola16.912.12.7
4.2
6Jack Clark18.210.62.7
3.9
6Tony Fernandez20.817.02.7
4.2
7Tony Fernandez20.817.02.7
4.2
7Bret Saberhagen15.610.62.8
4.2
8Darryl Strawberry23.917.02.7
4.3
8Howard Johnson20.615.22.5
3.9
9Tim Burke7.62.32.5
3.1
9Jack Clark18.210.62.7
3.9
10Howard Johnson20.615.22.5
3.9
10Teddy Higuera16.312.22.4
3.8


The top 10 players in eWins above Positional Average and Replacement Level were as follows.

eWins over Positional Average
Top 10 Players
          eWins over Replacement Level
Top 10 Players
Player eWins eLosses eWOPA eWORL           Player eWins eLosses eWOPA eWORL
1Alan Trammell21.916.73.5
5.0
1Alan Trammell21.916.73.5
5.0
2Roger Clemens18.011.93.4
4.9
2Roger Clemens18.011.93.4
4.9
3Jimmy Key16.911.23.1
4.6
3Ozzie Smith23.418.43.0
4.7
4Ozzie Smith23.418.43.0
4.7
4Jimmy Key16.911.23.1
4.6
5Wade Boggs20.214.42.8
4.2
5Wade Boggs20.214.42.8
4.2
6Teddy Higuera16.512.12.5
4.0
6Dale Murphy23.717.22.5
4.1
7Bret Saberhagen15.811.42.5
3.9
7Teddy Higuera16.512.12.5
4.0
8Dale Murphy23.717.22.5
4.1
8Darryl Strawberry22.516.12.4
4.0
9Darryl Strawberry22.516.12.4
4.0
9Bret Saberhagen15.811.42.5
3.9
10Rick Reuschel14.210.92.4
3.6
10Orel Hershiser17.314.82.3
3.7


Best Player in Baseball: Alan Trammell
How the heck did Alan Trammell not win the American League MVP award in 1987? He had a Triple Crown line of .343/28/105 while playing above-average defense at shortstop for a team that won 98 games and the AL East. Five years earlier, a shortstop put up a Triple Crown line of .331/29/114 for a 95-win AL East division winner. Four years earlier, a shortstop put up a Triple Crown line of .318/27/102 for a 98-win AL East division winner. They both won MVP awards! Was there a quota on how many AL East shortstops could win MVP awards in one decade?

Context? The Tigers entered the final weekend of the season one game behind the Toronto Blue Jays. Alan Trammell batted .333/.538/.667 in the last three games against the Blue Jays, including the game-winning single in the 12th inning of Saturday's game, as the Tigers swept the Blue Jays and won the AL East by two games.

What more does a man have to do?

I've written more about Alan Trammell in other articles. Alan Trammell's career record, as measured by Player won-lost records, is presented next.

Alan Trammell
Basic Player Won-Lost Records
Value Decomposition
Season Team Age Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
1977DET19
19
0.81.30.370-0.2
-0.1
1.01.50.384-0.2-0.1
1978DET20
139
14.814.00.5141.0
2.1
15.415.00.5050.82.0
1979DET21
142
13.913.70.5030.8
1.9
14.615.40.4870.41.5
1980DET22
146
19.116.70.5332.1
3.5
19.217.10.5282.03.3
1981DET23
105
13.812.20.5301.4
2.5
13.013.00.5000.61.7
1982DET24
157
17.115.10.5321.7
2.9
16.715.40.5201.32.5
1983DET25
141
18.615.90.5401.9
3.2
18.615.70.5422.03.2
1984DET26
138
20.015.10.5703.3
4.8
18.115.90.5311.93.3
1985DET27
149
18.019.70.4780.0
1.4
18.418.80.4950.72.1
1986DET28
150
19.517.60.5251.8
3.2
20.117.20.5382.33.7
1987DET29
151
23.215.90.5934.5
6.1
21.916.70.5683.55.0
1988DET30
128
21.014.80.5863.7
5.0
16.913.90.5502.03.2
1989DET31
121
14.714.80.4980.5
1.5
14.713.90.5140.92.0
1990DET32
146
20.017.00.5402.2
3.6
20.017.20.5382.13.5
1991DET33
100
13.412.30.5200.9
1.9
12.611.70.5180.81.8
1992DET34
29
3.83.70.5130.2
0.5
3.73.60.5030.20.4
1993DET35
112
13.411.40.5391.2
2.3
13.412.10.5250.92.0
1994DET36
76
7.19.90.417-1.1
-0.4
8.28.90.480-0.10.7
1995DET37
74
6.87.50.474-0.1
0.5
6.77.10.4840.00.6
1996DET38
66
4.17.40.359-1.5
-1.0
4.66.10.429-0.6-0.2
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
CAREER (reg. season)
2,289
283.1256.20.52524.4
45.2
277.6256.30.52021.642.2
------ ------ ------ ------ ------
PostSeason (career)
13
2.21.50.601 0.62.01.60.552 0.4
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
COMBINED
2,302
285.3257.70.525
45.8
279.6257.90.520 42.6


Best Pitcher in Baseball: Roger Clemens
The best pitcher in major-league baseball in 1987 was Roger Clemens, who followed up his outstanding 1986 season with one almost as good.

Roger Clemens made his major-league debut in 1984. He made 30 starts in a season for the first time in 1986. So, he was basically active for half of the 1980s. The next table shows the top 15 players in (context-neutral, teammate-adjusted) eWins over positional average for the decade of the 1980s (1980 - 1989).

Top 10 Players in eWOPA of the 1980s
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Rickey Henderson213.4165.020.3
Mike Schmidt183.8137.019.6
Robin Yount196.9166.118.4
Cal Ripken177.2155.517.4
Alan Trammell177.6157.617.3
Wade Boggs156.9124.915.7
Dale Murphy216.2175.514.9
Roger Clemens80.455.913.4
Dwight Evans196.0162.013.3
George Brett159.0128.613.2
Lou Whitaker175.1156.613.0
Dave Stieb136.3115.312.8
Gary Carter142.5121.911.9
Ozzie Smith196.9183.411.8
Darryl Strawberry136.9105.111.6


That's right. Roger Clemens gave the rest of major-league baseball a 4-5 year head start and he still has an argument for being the best pitcher and one of the fifteen best players, regardless of position, for the entire decade.

Roger Clemens's career record, as measured by Player won-lost records, is presented below.

Roger Clemens
Basic Player Won-Lost Records
Value Decomposition
Season Team Age Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
1984BOS21
21
7.35.80.5570.9
1.4
8.36.70.5530.91.6
1985BOS22
15
5.94.60.5610.7
1.3
5.84.30.5770.91.4
1986BOS23
33
17.39.90.6373.9
5.2
16.310.60.6063.14.4
1987BOS24
36
18.311.70.6093.6
5.1
18.011.90.6033.44.9
1988BOS25
35
18.011.90.6033.3
4.7
16.510.30.6153.34.6
1989BOS26
35
14.812.70.5371.2
2.6
15.412.10.5591.93.2
1990BOS27
31
16.78.70.6574.2
5.5
14.68.50.6333.34.4
1991BOS28
35
16.811.10.6023.0
4.5
16.110.70.6012.94.3
1992BOS29
32
15.510.20.6032.9
4.3
15.810.20.6073.04.4
1993BOS30
29
12.712.60.5020.2
1.4
12.09.90.5471.12.2
1994BOS31
24
10.68.00.5701.4
2.5
10.77.70.5831.62.7
1995BOS32
23
8.86.70.5691.3
2.1
8.68.10.5160.51.4
1996BOS33
34
13.411.00.5491.5
2.9
16.011.40.5852.74.2
1997TOR34
34
18.69.80.6554.7
6.4
17.98.60.6774.96.5
1998TOR35
33
15.79.30.6283.5
4.8
15.410.10.6032.94.3
1999NYA36
30
13.212.30.5160.6
2.0
11.810.90.5200.61.8
2000NYA37
32
14.012.00.5381.2
2.6
12.711.30.5290.92.2
2001NYA38
33
13.98.80.6112.8
4.1
13.211.00.5461.42.8
2002NYA39
29
11.59.10.5591.4
2.5
11.29.60.5401.02.2
2003NYA40
33
13.411.00.5481.4
2.8
13.011.30.5361.12.5
2004HOU41
33
14.810.80.5782.8
4.1
13.911.00.5572.23.5
2005HOU42
32
14.19.80.5902.8
3.9
14.59.00.6163.34.4
2006HOU43
19
7.24.80.5981.5
2.1
7.35.10.5871.42.0
2007NYA44
18
5.95.50.5190.3
1.0
5.75.30.5200.31.0
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
CAREER (reg. season)
709
318.2228.20.58251.1
79.6
310.8225.50.58048.776.7
------ ------ ------ ------ ------
PostSeason (career)
35
12.611.20.530 2.312.610.40.549 2.6
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
COMBINED
744
330.7239.30.582
81.9
323.5235.90.580 79.3


Effect of Context on Value: Darry Strawberry vs. Dale Murphy
The best player in the National League in 1987, as measured by pWins over either positional average or replacement level was New York Mets rightfielder Darryl Strawberry.

The best player in the National League in 1987, as measured by eWins over replacement level was Atlanta Braves rightfielder Dale Murphy.

Darryl Strawberry's and Dale Murphy's 1987 seasons, in and out of context, are compared in the next table.

Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
Darryl Strawberry
154
23.917.00.5842.7
4.3
22.516.10.5822.44.0
Dale Murphy
159
22.318.70.5431.0
2.6
23.717.20.5802.54.1


On a context-neutral basis, Strawberry's and Murphy's 1987 seasons were similar. They played the same position (RF) similarly well (Player won-lost records rates them both as modestly above-average fielders in 1987). For the season, Murphy batted .295/.417/.580 (OPS of .997) in 693 plate appearances; Strawberry batted .284/.398/.583 (.981) in 640 plate appearances. That is all consistent with Dale Murphy's very slight edge in eWOPA and eWORL.

Darryl Strawberry was very slightly better in context than out of context, but not dramatically so. For example, with runners in scoring position his OPS was 1.071 (vs. .849 with the bases empty). His OPS in tie games was also just over 1.000 (1.036) vs. .938 when the Mets were either leading or trailing by more than four runs. These are relatively small differences that translate into the relatively similar pWin and eWin numbers shown above.

Dale Murphy, on the other hand, was considerably better when context is not considered. In tie games, Dale Murphy batted .285/.402/.513 (.915 OPS), which is quite good, but below his overall .997. When the Braves were ahead or behind by more than four runs, Murphy batted .385/.494/.631. Baseball-Reference divides plate appearances into three buckets based on its measure of leverage. In high-leverage situations, Murphy batted .255/.416/.431 in 1987; in low-leverage situations, he batted .342/.457/.678. In an earlier article that I wrote comparing Dale Murphy and Jim Rice, I noted that this pattern of looking better measured by eWins than by pWins was generally true for most of Dale Murphy's career.

The career records of Darryl Strawberry and Dale Murphy, as measured by pWins, are compared in the next table.

Darryl Strawberry Dale Murphy
Season Games pWins pLoss Win Pct. pWOPA pWORL Games pWins pLoss Win Pct. pWOPA pWORL
1976
 
191.71.60.5040.00.2
1977
 
181.82.60.413-0.4-0.2
1978
 
15114.515.00.492-0.80.3
1979
 
10410.211.20.476-0.8-0.0
1980
 
15623.317.10.5772.64.2
1981
 
10413.613.00.511-0.01.0
1982
 
16224.519.00.5642.23.9
198312016.914.90.5320.7
1.8
16224.717.80.5823.04.5
198414721.016.60.5581.3
2.8
16224.120.40.5421.22.9
198511117.912.00.5992.5
3.7
16223.120.00.5371.12.7
198613620.414.30.5892.4
3.7
16021.518.70.5360.92.4
198715423.917.00.5842.7
4.3
15922.318.70.5431.02.6
198815326.216.30.6164.0
5.6
15619.122.10.464-2.4-0.8
198913418.915.40.5511.3
2.5
15418.020.00.474-1.30.0
199015221.016.70.5571.6
2.9
15417.718.20.494-0.70.6
199113919.014.70.5631.4
2.7
15318.317.50.511-0.31.1
1992435.45.10.5140.0
0.4
181.82.20.445-0.3-0.1
1993323.33.60.479-0.2
0.0
260.61.80.234-0.7-0.5
1994293.22.40.5740.3
0.5
1995323.32.00.6180.6
0.8
1996636.45.60.5330.2
0.8
1997110.30.90.246-0.3
-0.2
19981019.46.30.6001.3
2.3
1999241.31.00.5620.1
0.3
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
CAREER RECORDS1,581217.9164.80.56919.9
35.0
2,180280.8256.80.5224.324.6


1987 Postseason

The 1987 postseason ended with the 85-win Minnesota Twins, who were outscored in the regular season and would have finished in 5th in the AL East, defeating the 98-win Detroit Tigers and the 95-win St. Louis Cardinals to win one of the most unlikely World Championships ever.

The best players of the 1987 postseason, as measured by pWins over replacement level, are shown in the next table.

The top player of the 1987 postseason was Hall-of-Fame pitcher Bert Blyleven.

1987 Postseason: Total
pWins pLosses pWORL
Bert BlylevenMIN2.01.40.5
Tony Pena Sr.SLN1.61.00.5
Tim LaudnerMIN1.30.80.4
Jeffrey LeonardSFN1.30.60.4
Gary GaettiMIN1.81.20.4
Frank ViolaMIN1.91.60.4
Todd WorrellSLN1.10.40.4
Mike KrukowSFN0.80.30.4


Top postseason players by round were as follows.

1987 Postseason: World Series
pWins pLosses pWORL
Tony Pena Sr.SLN0.90.50.3
Bert BlylevenMIN1.00.70.3
Tim LaudnerMIN0.80.50.2
Frank ViolaMIN1.21.10.2
Don BaylorMIN0.60.30.2

1987 Postseason: League Championship Series
pWins pLosses pWORL
Jeffrey LeonardSFN1.30.60.4
Mike KrukowSFN0.80.30.4


Best of 1987 by Factor and Position

Next, let's look at the top players in (context-neutral, teammate-adjusted) eWins over Positional Average in various aspects of the game.
Best by Factor: Batting, Baserunning, Pitching, Fielding
There are four basic factors for which players earn Player won-lost records: Batting, Baserunning, Pitching, and Fielding. The top players in 1987 in eWOPA by factor were as follows.

Batting
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Jack Clark14.67.93.1

Positional Average excludes pitcher offense



Baserunning
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Vince Coleman3.72.30.7
Tim Raines Sr.2.21.00.6
Eric Davis2.00.90.6

Positional Average excludes pitcher offense



Pitching
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Roger Clemens15.811.74.2
Jimmy Key14.210.73.5
Teddy Higuera14.611.43.2


Fielding, P
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Jimmy Key0.80.40.5
Lee Guetterman0.50.10.5
Zane Smith0.60.20.5


Fielding, C
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Terry Kennedy2.01.50.5


Fielding, 1B
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Pete M. O'Brien2.62.10.6


Fielding, 2B
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Robby Thompson4.43.90.5
Fred Manrique2.82.30.5
Glenn Hubbard5.85.30.5


Fielding, 3B
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Wade Boggs4.23.40.8


Fielding, SS
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Ozzie Smith7.25.41.9


Fielding, LF
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Barry Bonds4.33.11.2
Jack Howell3.62.41.2


Fielding, CF
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Rob Ducey1.80.31.5


Fielding, RF
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Glenn Wilson7.35.61.7


Best by Position
Next, we look at 1987 Major-League leaders in eWOPA by position. The figures shown here only include Player decisions earned while playing this particular position, and include no contextual adjustments (expected or actual).



Catcher
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Matt Nokes10.58.81.4


First Base
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Jack Clark17.210.92.1


Second Base
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Willie Randolph15.113.11.4


Third Base
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Wade Boggs19.914.62.6


Shortstop
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Alan Trammell21.717.03.2


Left Field
eWins eLosses eWOPA
George Bell22.017.71.8


Center Field
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Eric Davis19.114.12.0


Right Field
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Dale Murphy23.617.42.3


Starting Pitcher
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Roger Clemens16.011.82.4
Jimmy Key15.111.12.3


Relief Pitcher
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Tim Burke5.22.71.0


For relief pitchers, context-neutral records may not be the best measure of how good they are, as context can matter a great deal, depending on how a pitcher is used. Here are the top relief pitchers of 1987 in context, in terms of pWins and pWOPA.

Top Relief Pitchers of 1987, based on pWORL
Player pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL
Tim Burke7.62.30.7642.53.1
Todd Worrell9.65.90.6181.52.5
Steve Bedrosian8.45.10.6241.42.2
Tom Henke8.65.40.6131.22.1
John Franco7.74.90.6151.21.9


Tim Burke's 1987 season was remarkable, at least as measured by Player won-lost record. Actually, it was pretty remarkable by traditional measures as well. In 1987, Tim Burke appeared in 55 games for the Montreal Expos, all in relief, pitched 91.0 innings with a 1.19 ERA, a 7-0 traditional won-lost record, 18 saves, and 5 holds (with 4 blown saves). Overall, batters batted .196/.234/.254 against Burke. With men on base, that dropped to .180/.232/.223. With two outs and runners in scoring position, batters hit .158/.256/.184 off of him. In late and close situations, it was .181/.207/.221; in high-leverage situations, batters batted .183/.219/.204 against Burke.

The next table shows the top 10 single-season pWin percentages for players who earned at least 7 pWins.

Top 10 Player Winning Percentages, (min. 7 pWins)
Player Season pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL
Zach Britton20167.71.80.8122.73.4
Kenley Jansen20177.82.10.7862.73.5
Andrew Miller20167.92.30.7702.53.2
Tim Burke19877.62.30.7642.53.1
Keith Foulke20009.12.80.7633.03.8
Willie Hernandez19849.93.10.7623.13.9
Eric Gagne20038.42.60.7622.73.5
Dennis Eckersley19927.42.40.7572.32.9
Jim R. Johnson20127.52.50.7532.33.0
Trevor Hoffman19987.42.40.7522.32.9


Designated Hitter
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Brian Downing12.49.61.2
Ken Phelps9.16.81.0


Finally, here are the best at three oft-forgotten positions that can nevertheless matter: pitcher offense, pinch hitting, and pinch running.

Pitcher Offense
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Bob Forsch1.51.20.6


Pinch Hitter
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Lee Mazzilli1.71.20.3
Jose Oquendo1.00.50.3
Ken Griffey Sr.0.70.30.3


Pinch Runner
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Randy Kutcher0.20.00.1


Noteworthy Players of 1987

Finally, let's take a look at some players who had noteworthy 1987 seasons.

Notable Debuts
The 1987 season saw the debut of one player who has been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame, Tom Glavine, and one other who has been elected to Baseball Think Factory's Hall of Merit, Edgar Martinez.

The next table compares the career records of Tom Glavine and Edgar Martinez, as measured by Player won-lost records.

Tom Glavine Edgar Martinez
Season Games pWins pLoss Win Pct. pWOPA pWORL Games pWins pLoss Win Pct. pWOPA pWORL
198793.33.70.472-0.0
0.3
131.01.00.497-0.00.1
19883611.414.70.436-1.1
0.1
140.80.80.477-0.00.0
19892911.711.30.5080.8
1.7
654.94.20.5410.40.7
19903411.913.60.467-0.2
1.0
14416.715.50.5190.71.9
19913516.911.90.5863.2
4.5
15020.716.40.5582.23.6
19923515.611.80.5692.8
4.0
13517.715.70.5310.92.3
19933616.812.50.5732.8
4.0
423.33.50.490-0.10.3
19942610.89.90.5210.9
2.0
899.28.90.5080.21.0
19952914.19.50.5993.1
4.2
14516.69.30.6393.14.7
19963915.711.90.5682.7
4.1
13916.710.40.6162.74.4
19973314.412.50.5341.7
3.1
15514.111.20.5581.12.7
19983315.310.70.5893.1
4.3
15415.111.90.5591.12.8
19993614.413.60.5151.1
2.4
14213.39.50.5841.63.0
20003714.711.60.5602.3
3.5
15315.611.10.5841.83.6
20013513.312.00.5261.3
2.6
13214.58.40.6332.84.3
20023715.412.50.5522.2
3.6
979.06.60.5751.02.0
20033311.312.80.469-0.1
1.1
14514.511.70.5541.12.7
20043512.511.90.5131.0
2.3
1418.812.60.410-2.1-0.7
20053313.112.90.5040.7
1.9
20063212.511.00.5321.4
2.5
20073511.312.00.4850.3
1.5
2008143.15.20.371-0.9
-0.5
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CAREER RECORDS701279.5249.60.52829.1
54.5
2,055212.5168.80.55718.439.6


Last Hurrahs
Finally, 1987 was the final season for two Hall-of-Famers: one 500-home-run hitter and one 300-game winner: Reggie Jackson and Phil Niekro. The final table of this article compares the career records of Reggie Jackson and Phil Niekro, as measured by Player won-lost records.

Reggie Jackson Phil Niekro
Season Games pWins pLoss Win Pct. pWOPA pWORL Games pWins pLoss Win Pct. pWOPA pWORL
1964
 
100.20.30.440-0.0-0.0
1965
 
423.33.20.511-0.00.4
1966
 
282.11.90.5230.10.4
1967352.74.00.403-0.8
-0.5
4613.712.40.5251.02.2
196815420.918.50.5310.5
2.1
3715.314.20.5201.22.4
196915224.716.70.5962.9
4.7
4020.515.80.5653.24.9
197014916.115.70.507-0.3
1.1
3414.417.50.451-0.90.5
197115022.715.80.5892.7
4.2
4215.916.10.4960.62.0
197213520.815.80.5681.9
3.4
3817.914.40.5552.54.0
197315123.916.50.5913.3
5.0
4213.513.30.5040.61.8
197414822.317.40.5622.1
3.6
4118.416.50.5271.73.1
197515725.519.10.5712.7
4.5
3917.117.60.4920.41.9
197613322.116.10.5792.7
4.2
3817.315.40.5291.73.0
197714621.615.70.5792.4
3.9
4421.621.30.5041.13.1
197813919.114.70.5651.7
3.1
4522.218.80.5402.64.3
197913118.615.60.5430.9
2.3
4420.421.30.4880.52.2
198014319.714.30.5802.4
3.9
4017.318.70.481-0.01.4
19819410.510.10.509-0.0
0.9
228.89.20.4880.21.0
198215319.917.80.5270.7
2.2
3512.511.10.5311.42.4
19831169.411.50.449-1.2
-0.3
3411.714.20.453-0.60.5
198414313.511.90.5310.4
1.9
3213.69.70.5832.23.2
198514314.913.00.5350.8
2.1
3314.114.30.4960.11.6
198613211.89.90.5430.7
1.9
3411.713.20.470-0.50.7
19871156.58.00.446-0.9
-0.1
268.510.80.441-0.90.1
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CAREER RECORDS2,819367.1298.30.55225.6
54.1
866331.9321.00.50818.247.0




All articles are written so that they pull data directly from the most recent version of the Player won-lost database. Hence, any numbers cited within these articles should automatically incorporate the most recent update to Player won-lost records. In some cases, however, the accompanying text may have been written based on previous versions of Player won-lost records. I apologize if this results in non-sensical text in any cases.

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