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The 2000 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 2000 season.

The 2000 season was the highest-scoring season for which I have calculated Player won-lost records. In an earlier article, I compared net win values for events in the 2000 American League with the values of the same events in the lowest-scoring league for which I have calculated Player won-lost records, the 1968 American League.

The Best of 2000

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
1Alex Rodriguez23.615.04.9
6.5
1Alex Rodriguez23.615.04.9
6.5
2Pedro J. Martinez16.47.14.9
6.1
2Pedro J. Martinez16.47.14.9
6.1
3Barry Bonds23.815.33.5
5.1
3Barry Bonds23.815.33.5
5.1
4Randy 'Big Unit' Johnson18.613.43.4
5.0
4Randy 'Big Unit' Johnson18.613.43.4
5.0
5Jason Giambi20.011.83.4
4.8
5Jeff Kent22.816.33.3
4.9
6Jeff Kent22.816.33.3
4.9
6Jason Giambi20.011.83.4
4.8
7Greg Maddux17.112.23.2
4.6
7Greg Maddux17.112.23.2
4.6
8Mike Piazza17.911.83.2
4.5
8J. Kevin Brown15.610.43.2
4.5
9J. Kevin Brown15.610.43.2
4.5
9Mike Piazza17.911.83.2
4.5
10Jim Edmonds21.314.53.0
4.5
10Jim Edmonds21.314.53.0
4.5


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
1Pedro J. Martinez15.36.34.6
5.8
1Pedro J. Martinez15.36.34.6
5.8
2Alex Rodriguez22.315.73.9
5.4
2Alex Rodriguez22.315.73.9
5.4
3Randy 'Big Unit' Johnson16.612.42.8
4.2
3Barry Bonds21.814.82.8
4.3
4Barry Bonds21.814.82.8
4.3
4Randy 'Big Unit' Johnson16.612.42.8
4.2
5Troy Glaus20.915.92.7
4.2
5Troy Glaus20.915.92.7
4.2
6Jason Giambi19.012.12.7
4.1
6Jason Giambi19.012.12.7
4.1
7Greg Maddux15.511.72.7
4.0
7Sammy Sosa25.619.72.2
4.0
8J. Kevin Brown14.911.12.5
3.8
8Brian S. Giles23.918.22.3
4.0
9Carlos Delgado19.713.22.5
3.8
9Greg Maddux15.511.72.7
4.0
10Jim Edmonds20.214.72.4
3.8
10Darin Erstad22.917.82.1
3.9


Alex Rodriguez
The top player in major-league baseball in 2000, as measured by pWins over either positional average (pWOPA) or replacement level (pWORL), was Seattle Mariners shortstop Alex Rodriguez. In fact, Alex Rodriguez's 2000 season is among the top 25 seasons in pWOPA for which I have calculated Player won-lost records.

The top 40 seasons in pWOPA for which I have calculated Player won-lost records are shown in the next table.

pWins over Positional Average
Top 40 Single Seasons
Player Season pWins pLosses pWOPA pWORL
1Babe Ruth192730.615.16.9
8.8
2Babe Ruth192328.012.96.7
8.4
3Lefty Grove193123.411.36.5
8.0
4Sandy Koufax196525.014.56.2
8.0
5Babe Ruth192128.714.56.1
7.8
6Dwight Gooden198521.311.06.1
7.6
7Steve Carlton197225.114.96.1
7.9
8Lefty Grove193022.211.55.8
7.3
9Dolf Luque192322.612.35.7
7.1
10Sandy Koufax196322.613.25.5
7.2
11Ted Williams194628.415.55.5
7.2
12Lou Gehrig192725.312.85.4
7.0
13Barry Bonds200128.015.55.3
7.2
14Mickey Mantle195724.812.85.3
6.9
15Greg Maddux199516.57.55.3
6.5
16Joe L. Morgan197225.816.05.3
7.0
17Jackie Robinson195125.715.25.3
6.9
18Barry Bonds200225.413.25.3
6.8
19Joe DiMaggio193728.317.15.2
7.2
20Juan Marichal196622.914.25.2
6.7
21Dazzy Vance192420.711.25.2
6.5
22Barry Bonds200423.211.65.1
6.5
23Al Simmons192926.014.35.1
6.8
24Al Simmons193026.014.15.1
6.9
25Randy 'Big Unit' Johnson200219.110.45.1
6.5
26Pedro J. Martinez199916.36.55.1
6.3
27Bobby Avila195424.915.25.0
6.7
28Bob Gibson197021.713.65.0
6.5
29Babe Ruth192426.315.05.0
6.7
30Joe L. Morgan197326.917.15.0
6.9
31Babe Ruth192826.014.45.0
6.7
32Derek Jeter199926.217.84.9
6.7
33Alex Rodriguez200023.615.04.9
6.5
34Barry Bonds199326.915.64.9
6.6
35Roy Campanella195319.710.44.9
6.2
36Bob Feller194025.016.64.9
6.7
37Larry Doby195426.915.34.9
6.6
38Pedro J. Martinez200016.47.14.9
6.1
39Whit Wyatt194120.512.34.8
6.2
40Ted Williams194228.316.54.8
6.6


Alex Rodriguez's career record, as measured by Player won-lost records, is presented in the next table.

Alex Rodriguez
Basic Player Won-Lost Records
Value Decomposition
Season Team Age Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
1994SEA18
17
0.92.00.313-0.5
-0.4
1.22.00.380-0.3-0.2
1995SEA19
47
3.84.10.476-0.0
0.3
4.14.80.459-0.20.2
1996SEA20
146
22.316.80.5713.5
5.1
23.116.10.5904.35.8
1997SEA21
141
20.117.10.5402.2
3.7
19.417.50.5261.73.1
1998SEA22
161
23.820.50.5382.5
4.2
23.819.70.5472.84.5
1999SEA23
129
18.416.30.5301.6
2.9
18.415.40.5442.03.4
2000SEA24
148
23.615.00.6124.9
6.5
22.315.70.5873.95.4
2001TEX25
162
22.917.50.5663.3
5.0
25.317.40.5934.66.4
2002TEX26
162
21.618.00.5452.3
3.9
24.218.30.5703.55.2
2003TEX27
161
21.218.30.5382.0
3.6
22.317.30.5623.04.5
2004NYA28
155
20.915.20.5792.7
4.1
19.515.80.5521.63.0
2005NYA29
162
25.617.10.5994.2
5.8
22.316.40.5762.94.3
2006NYA30
154
20.517.00.5461.5
2.9
19.416.40.5411.32.6
2007NYA31
158
25.216.20.6094.4
5.9
22.315.50.5903.34.7
2008NYA32
138
18.115.80.5341.1
2.3
18.414.50.5591.93.1
2009NYA33
124
17.812.90.5802.5
3.6
16.813.30.5581.82.9
2010NYA34
137
18.714.30.5662.2
3.5
16.213.60.5421.32.5
2011NYA35
99
12.09.90.5461.2
2.0
11.39.90.5330.81.7
2012NYA36
122
13.112.00.5220.4
1.5
13.312.10.5240.51.6
2013NYA37
44
4.54.20.5140.1
0.5
4.44.30.5050.00.4
2015NYA39
151
14.411.60.5541.1
2.6
13.611.30.5460.82.3
2016NYA40
65
4.55.30.457-0.5
0.1
3.95.00.438-0.6-0.1
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
CAREER (reg. season)
2,783
373.9297.20.55742.5
69.5
365.5292.50.55540.867.3
------ ------ ------ ------ ------
PostSeason (career)
76
9.08.20.522 1.19.08.00.530 1.2
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
COMBINED
2,859
382.9305.40.557
70.6
374.5300.50.555 68.5


Pedro Martinez
Alex Rodriguez's season was not the only 2000 season to show up among the top 40 all-time seasons in pWOPA. He was joined there by Boston Red Sox pitcher Pedro Martinez. The 2000 season was the best season of Alex Rodriguez's career (as measured by pWOPA or pWORL). In contrast, for Pedro Martinez, the 2000 season was a slightly worse season than the one which immediately preceded it.

Pedro Martinez's peak was insanely good. Pedro Martinez led the American League in ERA in 2000 at 1.74. The second-best ERA in the 2000 American League was Roger Clemens at 3.70. Pedro Martinez allowed half as many earned runs per nine innings as any other pitcher in the American League. He had 72 more strikeouts than any other pitcher in the American League. He allowed 2.2 fewer hits per nine innings than any other AL pitcher. He had as many shutouts as any two other AL pitchers.

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

pWin Percentage
Top 10 Single Seasons (min. 10 pWins)
Player Season pWins pLosses pWinPct pWOPA pWORL
1John Smoltz200210.03.90.7232.9
3.9
2Pedro J. Martinez199916.36.50.7145.1
6.3
3John Hiller197312.25.20.7043.2
4.3
4Pedro J. Martinez200016.47.10.6994.9
6.1
5Greg Maddux199516.57.50.6895.3
6.5
6Randy 'Big Unit' Johnson199516.57.50.6884.8
6.1
7John Wetteland199310.24.70.6872.7
3.6
8Babe Ruth192328.012.90.6856.7
8.4
9Bruce Sutter197710.14.80.6772.5
3.4
10Dan Quisenberry198310.35.00.6762.4
3.3


Pedro Martinez is the only player to appear on this list who was not a relief pitcher and played a full 162-game season. And he appears twice.

Pedro Martinez's career record, as measured by Player won-lost records, is presented in the next table.

Pedro J. Martinez
Basic Player Won-Lost Records
Value Decomposition
Season Team Age Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
1992LAN20
2
0.20.30.394-0.0
-0.0
0.40.30.6030.10.1
1993LAN21
65
7.55.40.5800.9
1.7
5.34.40.5500.41.0
1994MON22
24
9.77.90.5521.3
2.2
8.97.50.5411.01.9
1995MON23
30
11.611.30.5070.8
1.9
11.211.30.4970.51.7
1996MON24
33
13.313.20.5010.8
2.2
14.012.00.5381.83.1
1997MON25
31
18.011.90.6013.8
5.4
16.710.50.6153.85.3
1998BOS26
33
15.610.70.5932.7
4.1
15.211.50.5682.13.5
1999BOS27
31
16.36.50.7145.1
6.3
14.76.70.6884.25.3
2000BOS28
29
16.47.10.6994.9
6.1
15.36.30.7064.65.8
2001BOS29
18
7.44.00.6501.9
2.5
7.93.80.6762.22.9
2002BOS30
30
14.87.50.6633.9
5.1
12.67.50.6272.83.8
2003BOS31
29
13.87.30.6543.4
4.7
12.66.40.6643.34.4
2004BOS32
33
14.710.90.5742.2
3.7
13.910.40.5712.03.4
2005NYN33
31
13.411.00.5481.8
2.9
14.110.30.5772.53.6
2006NYN34
23
8.49.90.459-0.3
0.6
8.89.10.4920.31.2
2007NYN35
5
2.31.50.6070.5
0.7
1.91.60.5500.30.5
2008NYN36
20
6.58.10.443-0.4
0.3
6.89.40.418-0.9-0.1
2009PHI37
9
3.82.70.5800.7
1.0
2.73.50.440-0.20.1
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
CAREER (reg. season)
476
193.7137.50.58533.9
51.4
183.0132.50.58030.847.5
------ ------ ------ ------ ------
PostSeason (career)
16
5.24.80.518 0.96.34.70.575 1.6
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
COMBINED
492
198.8142.30.585
52.2
189.3137.20.580 49.0


NL MVP Race:Barry Bonds vs. Jeff Kent
Meanwhile, over in the National League, the MVP vote came down to two teammates on the San Francisco Giants, left fielder Barry Bonds and second baseman Jeff Kent. Measured by pWins over replacement level and limiting our consideration set to non-pitchers, the NL MVP voters had the right top two, but they might have gotten the order wrong, as NL MVP voters chose Kent over Bonds.

The next two tables compare the 2000 seasons of Barry Bonds and Jeff Kent. The first table compares their overall Player won-lost records, in and out of context.

Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
Barry Bonds
142
23.815.30.6093.5
5.1
21.814.80.5952.84.3
Jeff Kent
159
22.816.30.5843.3
4.9
20.616.00.5642.43.9


The next table decomposes Bonds's and Kent's (context-neutral, teammate-adjusted) records by factor.

Decomposition of eWORL
Wins over Average
Batting Baserunning Fielding Position Replacement eWORL
Barry Bonds2.80.0
0.2
-0.4
1.7
4.3
Jeff Kent2.0-0.1
0.0
0.4
1.6
3.9


Barry Bonds was a better batter than Jeff Kent. Bonds also had small advantages over Kent in terms of both baserunning and fielding. Fielding is measured here relative to position: i.e., Barry Bonds was an above-average defensive left fielder while Jeff Kent was essentially an average defensive second baseman. Jeff Kent gains back a good bit of lost ground on Bonds in the positional adjustment, which gives Kent credit for playing the more challenging defensive position (in effect, adding the "Fielding" and "Position" columns here produces something similar to Baseball-Reference's dWAR calculation). Adding it all up, I calculate that Barry Bonds was somewhat more valuable than Jeff Kent in 2000, although both of them obviously had outstanding seasons.

2000 Postseason

The 2000 postseason ended with the same winner as the two before: the New York Yankees, who defeated their cross-city rival, the New York Mets, in five games. The top performers in the 2000 postseason, as measured by pWins over replacement level, are presented in the next table.

2000 Postseason: Total
pWins pLosses pWORL
Derek JeterNYA3.01.51.0
Andy PettitteNYA2.21.00.8


The three names in the above table were key contributors as teammates for 5 World Series winners and two other pennant winners. I suspect a lot of people have forgotten this, but Andy Pettitte actually played in an 8th World Series as well, as a Houston Astro. The next table lists the top 10 players in career postseason pWins over replacement level, among those for whom I have calculated Player won-lost records. Not surprisingly, the list includes some familiar names from the 2000 postseason.

Top Career Postseason Record
(sorted by pWORL)
Player Games eWins eLosses eWinPct eWORL
Mariano Rivera9613.03.50.7875.5
Andy Pettitte4417.114.10.5483.6
Derek Jeter15821.318.40.5363.6
John Smoltz4212.59.30.5743.2
Curt Schilling199.35.40.6303.0
Albert Pujols7712.36.90.6403.0
Bernie Williams12115.813.20.5462.5
David Ortiz859.66.20.6082.5
Paul O'Neill8511.68.00.5922.3
Roger Clemens3512.611.20.5302.3


Obviously, the sheer number of postseason games played is a factor (everybody in the above list played at least part of their career in the Wild Card era), but it's hard to criticize the postseason success enjoyed by these three players throughout their careers.

Top postseason players by round in 2000 were as follows.

2000 Postseason: World Series
pWins pLosses pWORL
Roger ClemensNYA0.70.20.3
Derek JeterNYA0.90.50.3
Mariano RiveraNYA0.70.20.3
Andy PettitteNYA0.80.40.3
Rick ReedNYN0.50.20.2
Paul O'NeillNYA0.70.40.2
Jose VizcainoNYA0.60.40.2

2000 Postseason: League Championship Series
pWins pLosses pWORL
Mike HamptonNYN1.30.50.6
Derek JeterNYA1.40.60.5

2000 Postseason: Division Series
pWins pLosses pWORL
Jim EdmondsSLN0.90.10.5
Andy PettitteNYA0.90.40.3
Benny AgbayaniNYN0.90.40.3
Mariano RiveraNYA0.50.00.3
Fernando VinaSLN0.70.20.3


Best of 2000 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 2000 in eWOPA by factor were as follows.

Batting
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Jason Giambi16.39.33.5
Carlos Delgado16.610.03.3

Positional Average excludes pitcher offense



Baserunning
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Johnny Damon2.31.20.6
Eric Young Sr.2.21.10.5

Positional Average excludes pitcher offense



Pitching
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Pedro J. Martinez13.16.66.6


Fielding, P
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Tom Glavine0.30.10.2
Wade Miller0.30.10.2
Kirk Rueter0.30.10.2
Frank Castillo0.30.10.2
Greg Maddux0.40.20.2
Livan Hernandez0.30.10.2
Orlando Hernandez0.20.00.2
Kris Benson0.20.10.2
Russ Ortiz0.20.10.2
Brett Tomko0.20.00.2


Fielding, C
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Damian Miller1.30.90.3
Henry Blanco1.31.00.3
Mike Matheny1.61.30.3


Fielding, 1B
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Todd Helton3.02.20.8


Fielding, 2B
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Pokey Reese4.93.71.2


Fielding, 3B
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Scott Rolen3.82.90.9


Fielding, SS
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Rey Sanchez5.54.80.7


Fielding, LF
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Darin Erstad5.74.21.5


Fielding, CF
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Andruw Jones5.94.81.1


Fielding, RF
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Trot Nixon5.43.71.8


Best by Position
Next, we look at 2000 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
Mike Piazza14.611.02.0


First Base
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Carlos Delgado19.613.52.3
Jason Giambi16.510.72.3


Second Base
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Edgardo Alfonzo19.715.72.2


Third Base
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Troy Glaus20.215.92.4


Shortstop
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Alex Rodriguez22.116.03.6


Left Field
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Barry Bonds21.615.12.6


Center Field
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Jim Edmonds19.614.32.3


Right Field
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Sammy Sosa25.219.82.0


Starting Pitcher
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Pedro J. Martinez13.36.63.5


Relief Pitcher
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Gabe White4.92.51.1


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 2000 in context, in terms of pWins and pWOPA.

Top Relief Pitchers of 2000, based on pWORL
Player pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL
Keith Foulke9.12.80.7633.03.8
Derek Lowe8.94.40.6682.13.0
Billy Koch7.43.70.6691.72.5
Danny Graves8.95.60.6131.52.5
Armando Benitez8.04.50.6421.62.4


Keith Foulke's 2000 season is good enough that it warrants a separate article.

Designated Hitter
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Edgar Martinez15.610.92.0


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
Rick Ankiel1.31.20.5


Pinch Hitter
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Dave Hansen1.71.10.4


Pinch Runner
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Miguel Cairo0.30.00.1
Jason Tyner0.20.10.1
Damian Jackson0.10.00.1


Noteworthy Players of 2000

Finally, let's take a look at some players who had noteworthy 2000 seasons.

Notable Debuts
It is far too early to know if any players who debuted in 2000 may eventually make the Baseball Hall of Fame. In fact, as I write this (in early 2014), it is not mathematically possible for any players who debuted in 2000 to even be eligible for Hall-of-Fame election yet.

Two pitchers debuted in 2000 who make an interesting comparison. Johan Santana won two Cy Young awards in three seasons from 2004 through 2006 and pitched the only no-hitter in New York Mets history. But he also last pitched 200 innings in 2008, and did not pitch at all in 2011 or 2013.

In contrast, Mark Buehrle has received Cy Young votes only once (finishing 5th in 2005). But, while Buerhle was never as good as Santana was at his peak, he has been consistently good to very good for 13 seaasons so far. He pitched more than 200 innings every season from 2001 through 2013.

The resulting comparison becomes a somewhat classic case of peak vs. career.

Johan Santana Mark Buehrle
Season Games pWins pLoss Win Pct. pWOPA pWORL Games pWins pLoss Win Pct. pWOPA pWORL
2000302.43.20.424-0.5
-0.1
282.42.20.5190.10.3
2001151.61.30.5380.1
0.3
3213.39.50.5832.23.4
2002277.55.50.5771.1
1.8
3414.512.80.5321.22.6
20034510.36.10.6302.2
3.2
3513.913.10.5140.72.2
20043415.48.10.6564.0
5.3
3514.112.30.5341.22.8
20053314.58.50.6293.2
4.4
3314.610.90.5742.13.4
20063415.99.90.6163.3
4.7
3211.912.60.485-0.11.2
20073313.510.80.5551.6
3.0
3011.69.50.5491.32.5
20083415.111.80.5612.4
3.7
3414.912.60.5421.53.0
20092511.39.20.5501.6
2.6
3312.110.60.5331.12.3
20102912.612.70.4970.5
1.8
3312.711.10.5341.02.2
2011
 
3112.310.00.5511.42.5
2012218.410.00.456-0.4
0.5
3111.713.90.458-0.40.7
2013
 
3311.711.40.5050.41.6
2014
 
3213.210.80.5501.42.7
2015
 
3210.912.40.468-0.30.9
2016
 
2017
 
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CAREER RECORDS360128.597.40.56919.1
31.1
518195.6175.50.52714.634.5


Last Hurrahs
Finally, 2000 was the final season for two pitchers who are in neither the Hall of Fame nor the Hall of Merit, but who were viewed, at one time in 1980s, to be the best pitcher in major-league baseball by many: Orel Hershiser and Dwight Gooden. I have previously written an article about Dwight Gooden, who I actually think has an excellent Hall-of-Fame case.

Hershiser's and Gooden's careers, as measured by Player won-lost records, are compared in the final table here.

Orel Hershiser Dwight Gooden
Season Games pWins pLoss Win Pct. pWOPA pWORL Games pWins pLoss Win Pct. pWOPA pWORL
198380.50.30.6210.1
0.1
19844510.88.10.5721.7
2.5
3116.411.60.5873.24.3
19853613.910.30.5742.4
3.5
3521.311.00.6596.17.6
19863515.515.10.5061.0
2.3
3316.312.40.5692.73.9
19874016.615.20.5221.7
3.1
2512.710.30.5531.93.0
19883620.313.40.6024.2
5.7
3414.912.90.5371.82.9
19893514.614.30.5050.8
2.1
198.07.70.5120.51.2
199041.31.70.445-0.1
0.0
3415.412.10.5602.53.7
1991217.14.30.6221.7
2.2
2712.910.90.5431.62.7
19923512.412.90.4900.5
1.7
3313.013.00.5020.92.1
19933313.713.50.5050.8
2.0
3013.914.10.4950.51.7
1994217.89.00.463-0.3
0.6
73.03.70.446-0.20.1
1995269.88.30.5441.0
2.0
19963314.010.60.5702.0
3.4
2910.09.40.5130.51.6
19973211.010.70.5060.4
1.6
207.17.00.5040.21.0
19983412.812.60.5040.8
2.0
237.36.90.5170.41.1
19993211.612.60.4780.1
1.3
265.86.30.479-0.10.5
2000101.43.70.270-1.1
-0.8
275.96.90.462-0.50.3
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CAREER RECORDS516195.1176.60.52517.7
35.4
433184.1156.00.54122.037.8




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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