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The 2002 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 2002 season.

The Best of 2002

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
1Barry Bonds25.413.25.3
6.8
1Barry Bonds25.413.25.3
6.8
2Randy 'Big Unit' Johnson19.110.44.8
6.3
2Randy 'Big Unit' Johnson19.110.44.8
6.3
3Miguel Tejada25.718.54.1
5.9
3Miguel Tejada25.718.54.1
5.9
4Pedro J. Martinez14.87.53.7
4.9
4Jeff Kent23.616.83.6
5.2
5Curt Schilling18.412.43.6
5.1
5Curt Schilling18.412.43.6
5.1
6Jeff Kent23.616.83.6
5.2
6Pedro J. Martinez14.87.53.7
4.9
7Jason Giambi20.212.43.3
4.8
7Jason Giambi20.212.43.3
4.8
8John Smoltz10.03.93.1
4.1
8Barry Zito16.210.42.9
4.3
9Eric Gagne9.33.23.0
4.0
9Vladimir Guerrero26.119.22.5
4.3
10Barry Zito16.210.42.9
4.3
10Lance Berkman23.717.62.6
4.3


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
1Barry Bonds25.413.25.3
6.9
1Barry Bonds25.413.25.3
6.9
2Curt Schilling18.412.53.6
5.1
2Curt Schilling18.412.53.6
5.1
3Alex Rodriguez22.617.13.3
4.9
3Alex Rodriguez22.617.13.3
4.9
4Jim Thome19.912.33.0
4.4
4Jim Thome19.912.33.0
4.4
5Pedro J. Martinez14.08.42.8
4.0
5Jeff Kent22.617.82.6
4.2
6Randy 'Big Unit' Johnson16.812.62.6
4.1
6Randy 'Big Unit' Johnson16.812.62.6
4.1
7Jeff Kent22.617.82.6
4.2
7Pedro J. Martinez14.08.42.8
4.0
8Manny Ramirez18.212.52.5
3.9
8Brian S. Giles24.818.62.3
4.0
9Derek Lowe13.38.62.4
3.6
9Manny Ramirez18.212.52.5
3.9
10Roy Halladay15.010.42.4
3.7
10Vladimir Guerrero25.719.62.1
3.9


The best player in major-league baseball in 2002 in two of the preceding four tables is the same player who was the best in major-league baseball in 2001 and the same player who would be the best player in major-league baseball in 2003. In fact, from 2001 - 2004, this is the only season in which Barry Bonds did not lead the major-leagues in all four of pWOPA, pWORL, eWOPA, and eWORL.

Randy Johnson
The one man who snuck onto a leaderboard ahead of Barry Bonds between 2001 and 2004 was Randy Johnson, who led the major leagues in pWins over positional average and replacement level in 2002.

The 2002 season was the best season of Johnson's outstanding career, as measured by pWins over either positional average or replacement level. It was a pretty impressive season based on traditional statistics as well: 24-5, 2.32 ERA, 334 strikouts in 260 innings pitched.

Player won-lost records really like Randy Johnson, which isn't a big surprise: there's a lot to like in his career. The next table shows the top 10 pitchers in career pWins over replacement level, among all pitchers for whom I have calculated Player won-lost records.

Top Ten Starting Pitchers, based on pWORL
Player pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL
Roger Clemens318.1228.10.58246.374.6
Warren Spahn353.9293.40.54740.868.5
Greg Maddux328.5271.30.54839.968.5
Lefty Grove254.8176.50.59144.763.9
Randy 'Big Unit' Johnson281.2220.90.56034.259.9
Tom Seaver308.9256.70.54634.458.5
Steve Carlton337.9303.90.52627.654.5
Bob Gibson263.9217.60.54831.752.5
Nolan Ryan356.8328.00.52119.750.7
Jim Palmer242.8186.00.56631.250.7
Tom Glavine279.4249.50.52824.850.1


Randy Johnson's career record, as measured by Player won-lost records, is shown in the next table.

Randy 'Big Unit' Johnson
Basic Player Won-Lost Records
Value Decomposition
Season Team Age Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
1988MON24
4
1.81.30.5680.2
0.4
1.51.60.478-0.00.1
25
29
9.110.70.461-0.7
0.2
9.610.30.483-0.30.7
1990SEA26
33
13.912.50.5260.7
2.0
12.913.50.487-0.30.9
1991SEA27
33
14.013.50.5100.3
1.7
13.913.60.5040.11.5
1992SEA28
31
14.315.50.479-0.6
1.0
15.314.50.5120.42.0
1993SEA29
36
17.011.30.6012.9
4.2
16.711.60.5892.53.9
1994SEA30
23
11.28.50.5701.4
2.5
11.97.80.6032.03.2
1995SEA31
30
16.57.50.6884.5
5.8
15.78.30.6543.75.0
1996SEA32
14
3.92.60.6040.7
1.1
3.62.90.5570.40.8
1997SEA33
30
16.28.40.6583.9
5.4
15.59.20.6283.24.6
34
34
18.014.90.5481.8
3.5
18.514.40.5632.34.0
1999ARI35
35
18.513.30.5823.2
4.7
17.614.10.5542.33.8
2000ARI36
35
18.613.40.5813.2
4.7
18.213.70.5702.84.4
2001ARI37
35
19.112.50.6053.8
5.5
18.513.10.5863.24.8
2002ARI38
35
19.110.40.6464.8
6.3
16.812.60.5712.64.1
2003ARI39
18
7.57.60.4960.2
1.0
7.57.60.4950.21.0
2004ARI40
35
15.512.60.5522.0
3.5
17.111.00.6103.65.1
2005NYA41
34
13.210.90.5461.2
2.4
12.811.30.5310.82.0
2006NYA42
33
11.811.30.5110.3
1.5
12.011.20.5180.41.7
2007ARI43
10
3.53.50.5030.1
0.5
3.73.30.5290.30.7
2008ARI44
30
11.511.50.5010.4
1.5
11.811.20.5130.61.8
2009SFN45
22
7.07.40.486-0.0
0.7
6.48.00.444-0.60.1
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
CAREER (reg. season)
619
281.2220.90.56034.2
59.9
277.3224.80.55230.356.0
------ ------ ------ ------ ------
PostSeason (career)
19
7.97.40.518 1.28.36.40.565 1.9
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
COMBINED
638
289.1228.30.560
61.1
285.6231.30.552 57.9


American League MVP: Miguel Tejada
The top player in the American League in pWins over either positional average or replacement level in 2002 was the same player who won the 2002 American League MVP award, Miguel Tejada.

Tejada's performance in 2002 was much stronger in context, as measured with pWins than out of context, measured by eWins. While the gap between Tejada's pWins and eWins was most extreme in 2002, it was also somewhat typical of his career.

Miguel Tejada's career record, as measured by Player won-lost records, is shown in the next table.

Miguel Tejada
Basic Player Won-Lost Records
Value Decomposition
Season Team Age Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
1997OAK21
26
3.03.00.4990.1
0.3
2.63.50.432-0.3-0.1
1998OAK22
105
11.912.90.480-0.1
0.8
11.713.10.472-0.30.6
1999OAK23
159
19.318.00.5181.2
2.7
18.319.00.4910.21.7
2000OAK24
160
21.318.10.5412.2
3.8
20.219.20.5131.12.7
2001OAK25
162
22.617.90.5582.9
4.6
20.819.70.5131.12.8
2002OAK26
162
25.718.50.5814.1
5.9
23.320.90.5271.83.5
2003OAK27
162
24.320.60.5412.4
4.2
23.521.50.5221.63.3
2004BAL28
162
24.921.70.5342.1
3.9
25.121.50.5392.34.1
2005BAL29
162
22.420.70.5201.4
3.0
22.520.60.5221.53.0
2006BAL30
162
20.719.80.5110.9
2.4
21.319.20.5251.42.9
2007BAL31
133
14.417.40.454-1.3
-0.1
15.616.20.490-0.11.0
2008HOU32
158
18.520.40.475-0.6
0.9
18.420.50.473-0.70.8
2009HOU33
158
23.222.80.5040.5
2.2
22.923.20.4960.21.9
34
156
18.120.50.469-1.1
0.4
18.620.00.483-0.50.9
2011SFN35
91
9.59.80.492-0.1
0.7
9.310.00.482-0.30.5
2013KCA37
53
4.54.90.483-0.1
0.2
4.45.00.466-0.30.1
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
CAREER (reg. season)
2,171
284.5267.00.51614.6
35.9
278.5273.10.5058.629.8
------ ------ ------ ------ ------
PostSeason (career)
20
2.13.20.395 -0.32.62.60.504 0.3
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
COMBINED
2,191
286.6270.30.516
35.6
281.1275.70.505 30.1


In 2002, Miguel Tejada had an overall batting line of .308/.354/.508, an OPS of .861. With two outs and runners in scoring position, Tejada batted .373/.432/.537. In tie games, Tejada batted .345/.409/.567; when the A's were either ahead or behind by 4 runs, Tejada batted .309/.355/.502. Baseball-Reference divides plate appearances into three buckets based on their leverage - high, medium, and low. Tejada's OPS by leverage in 2002 was 1.088/.949/.697 in high/medium/low leverage. Having an OPS .400 higher in high-leverage situations (where Tejada batted .375/.405/.683) than in low-leverage situations (.244/.302/.395) will help contribute to a lot more wins than would be expected based on an aggregate batting line. These contributions are captured by pWins, which tie to team wins by construction.

Tejada's career splits are not nearly as extreme, but nevertheless still show a similar pattern. For his career, Tejada's .791 OPS splits by leverage are .853/.781/.775 high/medium/low.

The next table shows the top 15 players who earned at least half of their Player wins at shortstop, ranked by career pWins over replacement level.

Top Fifteen Shortstops, based on pWORL
Player pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL
Derek Jeter369.5322.40.53432.959.6
Pee Wee Reese301.5239.10.55835.357.2
Cal Ripken383.5350.70.52227.555.9
Barry Larkin292.1249.40.53927.048.2
Ozzie Smith335.8310.40.52021.245.9
Robin Yount367.5345.70.51518.145.7
Alan Trammell283.4256.60.52524.044.8
Arky Vaughan239.6196.60.54923.941.9
Lou Boudreau230.7191.60.54622.739.6
Vern Stephens247.5208.20.54321.339.5
Luis Aparicio332.5326.50.50412.639.2
Dave Concepcion289.9273.80.51417.339.2
Luke Appling303.1281.10.51914.538.4
Bert Campaneris289.2282.10.50615.238.1
Miguel Tejada284.5267.00.51614.635.9
Ernie Banks310.4279.10.52711.935.8


2002 Postseason

The 2002 postseason ended with the Anaheim Angels winning the first World Series in their franchise history, just preventing the San Francisco Giants from winning their first World Series since moving to San Francisco.

The best players in the 2002 postseason, as measured by Player won-lost records, are shown in the next table.

2002 Postseason: Total
pWins pLosses pWORL
Troy GlausANA2.31.30.7
Rich AuriliaSFN2.82.00.6
Robb NenSFN1.50.70.6
Scott SpiezioANA2.11.20.5
Jason SchmidtSFN1.91.30.5
John LackeyANA1.50.80.5
Troy PercivalANA1.00.30.5
Kenny LoftonSFN2.51.90.5
David BellSFN1.91.30.4
Tim SalmonANA2.51.90.4
Barry BondsSFN2.62.00.4
J.T. SnowSFN2.11.40.4
Adam KennedyANA1.81.30.4
Garret AndersonANA2.41.90.4
Brad RadkeMIN1.20.70.4
Darin ErstadANA2.52.10.4


The top player in the 2002 postseason, as measured by pWins over replacement level, was Angels' third baseman Troy Glaus. The best story of the 2002 postseason, however, was Francisco "K-Rod" Rodriguez.

Francisco Rodriguez made his major-league debut on September 18, 2002, at the age of 20, appearing in 5 regular-season games at the end of the 2002 season. In the 2002 postseason, Rodriguez appeared in 11 games, pitching more than three times as many postseason innings (18.2) as his career regular-season innings to that point (5.2 IP). Even now, in the 13th season of Rodriguez's career, he has had only two seasons (2003, 2011) where he earned more traditional pitcher wins than the 5 wins he earned in the 2002 postseason.

The next table shows all players who have earned more postseason pWins than regular-season pWins in the season in which they made their major-league debut, for all seasons for which I have calculated Player won-lost records.

Regular Season Postseason
Player Season Team pWins pLosses pWOPA pWORL pWins pLosses pWOPA pWORL
Timo Perez2000NYN1.71.30.2
0.3
1.91.30.30.4
Melvin Mora1999NYN0.90.90.0
0.1
1.20.60.30.4
Frankie Rodriguez2002ANA0.20.20.0
0.0
1.20.80.20.3
Seth Smith2007COL0.20.00.1
0.1
0.40.20.10.2
Brandon Finnegan2014KCA0.20.20.0
0.1
0.50.6-0.00.0
James McDonald2008LAN0.10.10.0
0.0
0.10.10.00.0
Steve Torrealba2001ATL0.00.2-0.1
-0.1
0.00.00.00.0
Ken Brett1967BOS0.00.0-0.0
-0.0
0.00.00.00.0
Jorge Posada1995NYA0.00.0-0.0
-0.0
0.00.0-0.00.0
Hunter Strickland2014SFN0.10.00.1
0.1
0.30.7-0.2-0.1

Top postseason players by round in 2002 were as follows.

2002 Postseason: World Series
pWins pLosses pWORL
Jason SchmidtSFN1.00.60.3
Troy GlausANA1.10.60.3
Tim SalmonANA1.31.00.2
Troy PercivalANA0.40.10.2
Darin ErstadANA1.10.90.2
Robb NenSFN0.40.10.2
Garret AndersonANA1.10.80.2
Brendan DonnellyANA0.40.10.2
Scott SpiezioANA0.80.50.2
John LackeyANA0.80.70.2
J.T. SnowSFN0.90.60.2
David BellSFN0.80.60.2
David EcksteinANA0.90.80.1
Chad ZerbeSFN0.40.20.1
Barry BondsSFN0.90.80.1
Kirk RueterSFN0.40.30.1
Jeff KentSFN0.80.80.1
Frankie RodriguezANA0.30.30.1

2002 Postseason: League Championship Series
pWins pLosses pWORL
Rich AuriliaSFN1.20.50.4
Benito SantiagoSFN0.90.40.3
John LackeyANA0.60.10.3
Adam KennedyANA0.90.40.3
Jarrod WashburnANA0.60.10.3
Barry BondsSFN1.00.50.3
Kenny LoftonSFN1.00.50.3
Scott SpiezioANA0.70.30.2
Joe MaysMIN0.80.50.2
Jason SchmidtSFN0.60.30.2
Robb NenSFN0.60.40.2
Frankie RodriguezANA0.50.30.2
David BellSFN0.60.30.2
Kirk RueterSFN0.70.50.2
Darin ErstadANA0.90.70.2

2002 Postseason: Division Series
pWins pLosses pWORL
A.J. PierzynskiMIN0.80.30.3
Vinny CastillaATL1.00.40.3
Brad RadkeMIN0.80.30.3
Russ OrtizSFN0.80.40.3
Troy GlausANA0.70.20.3
J.T. SnowSFN0.80.30.3
Garret AndersonANA0.80.30.3
Albert PujolsSLN0.80.30.3
Eric ChavezOAK0.90.50.3
Mark MulderOAK0.80.50.2
Miguel CairoSLN0.50.10.2
Rich AuriliaSFN1.00.60.2
Chuck FinleySLN0.50.10.2
Barry ZitoOAK0.70.40.2
Robb NenSFN0.50.20.2
Jason GiambiNYA0.70.30.2
Kenny LoftonSFN0.80.40.2
Keith LockhartATL0.50.20.2
Fernando VinaSLN0.50.20.2
Tim SalmonANA0.60.30.2
Mark DeRosaATL0.50.20.2
Jim EdmondsSLN0.50.20.2
Scott RolenSLN0.40.10.2
Jacque JonesMIN0.80.60.2
J.C. RomeroMIN0.30.00.2
Mike MathenySLN0.40.20.2
Rick WhiteSLN0.30.10.2
Greg MadduxATL0.50.30.1
Shawn WootenANA0.30.10.1
Troy PercivalANA0.30.10.1
Scott SpiezioANA0.60.40.1
Adam KennedyANA0.40.20.1
Scott HattebergOAK0.60.40.1
Corey KoskieMIN0.60.50.1
Javy LopezATL0.40.30.1
David BellSFN0.50.40.1
David EcksteinANA0.50.30.1
Kevin AppierANA0.30.20.1
Jason IsringhausenSLN0.20.00.1
Ray DurhamOAK0.50.40.1
Benji GilANA0.30.10.1
Matt MorrisSLN0.50.40.1
Livan HernandezSFN0.40.30.1
Eddie GuardadoMIN0.30.10.1
Roger ClemensNYA0.40.20.1
Johan SantanaMIN0.30.10.1
Eric MiltonMIN0.50.40.1
Jermaine DyeOAK0.60.50.1
Kevin MillwoodATL0.60.60.1
Frankie RodriguezANA0.30.20.1
Torii HunterMIN0.60.60.1
Ricardo RinconOAK0.20.00.1
Tim WorrellSFN0.20.10.1
Dennis HockingMIN0.20.10.1
Greg ColbrunnARI0.20.10.1
Randy VelardeOAK0.20.10.1
Jeff FasseroSLN0.20.10.1
Matt LeCroyMIN0.20.10.1
Steve Kline (1997)SLN0.10.00.1
Jeff KentSFN0.40.40.1


Best of 2002 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 2002 in eWOPA by factor were as follows.

Batting
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Barry Bonds17.47.05.0

Positional Average excludes pitcher offense



Baserunning
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Luis A. Castillo2.81.80.4
Dave R. Roberts1.91.10.4

Positional Average excludes pitcher offense



Pitching
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Curt Schilling14.89.75.1
Randy 'Big Unit' Johnson14.810.74.1


Fielding, P
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Tim Spooneybarger0.50.10.4


Fielding, C
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Mike Matheny1.20.80.4
Corky Miller0.70.30.4


Fielding, 1B
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Tino Martinez2.51.70.7


Fielding, 2B
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Adam Kennedy5.14.40.7


Fielding, 3B
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Placido Polanco4.03.10.9


Fielding, SS
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Mike Bordick4.73.81.0


Fielding, LF
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Chipper Jones7.26.21.0


Fielding, CF
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Darin Erstad6.45.01.4


Fielding, RF
eWins eLosses Net Wins
Austin Kearns4.13.30.9


Best by Position
Next, we look at 2002 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
Jorge Posada13.812.41.4


First Base
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Jim Thome15.89.92.3


Second Base
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Jeff Kent21.217.12.3


Third Base
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Scott Rolen20.116.71.6


Shortstop
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Alex Rodriguez24.018.53.3


Left Field
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Barry Bonds23.512.94.6


Center Field
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Jim Edmonds18.914.61.9


Right Field
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Vladimir Guerrero25.820.11.9


Starting Pitcher
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Curt Schilling14.79.72.5


Relief Pitcher
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Octavio Dotel5.83.31.2


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 2002 in context, in terms of pWins and pWOPA.

Top Relief Pitchers of 2002, based on pWORL
Player pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL
John Smoltz10.03.90.7233.14.1
Eric Gagne9.33.20.7423.04.0
Billy Koch10.55.60.6512.43.7
Robb Nen8.03.20.7152.43.3
Troy Percival7.43.30.6922.12.9


Designated Hitter
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Ellis Burks12.49.61.2


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
Russ Ortiz1.51.60.5
Mike Hampton1.31.20.5


Pinch Hitter
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Wil Cordero1.20.60.4


Pinch Runner
eWins eLosses eWOPA
Charles Gipson0.40.10.2


Noteworthy Players of 2002

Finally, let's take a look at some players who had noteworthy 2002 seasons.

Notable Debuts
The 2002 season was a pretty good season for the debut of major-league pitchers. The careers of four such pitchers (through 2018), as measured by Player won-lost records, are shown in the next table.

Career Records of Pitchers Who Debuted in 1992

Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
Cliff P. Lee
337
135.4116.30.53811.7
24.5
134.9116.80.53611.224.0
Jake Peavy
393
151.3143.70.5137.8
22.6
153.8141.30.52110.225.1
John Lackey
450
170.3159.40.5166.9
24.5
167.1162.60.5073.821.4
Frankie Rodriguez
948
90.056.90.61316.6
26.8
79.667.30.5426.216.4


Last Hurrahs
Finally, 2002 was the final season for one player who has been elected to Baseball Think Factory's Hall of Merit (and will hopefully be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame soon), Tim Raines. The final table of this article presents Tim Raines's career, as measured by Player won-lost records.

Tim Raines Sr.
Basic Player Won-Lost Records
Value Decomposition
Season Team Age Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
1979MON19
6
0.20.00.9400.1
0.1
0.20.00.9180.10.1
1980MON20
15
0.40.90.285-0.3
-0.2
0.60.80.418-0.1-0.1
1981MON21
88
13.611.20.5480.7
1.7
13.810.90.5591.02.0
1982MON22
156
20.519.70.510-0.1
1.4
20.219.90.504-0.31.2
1983MON23
156
25.619.90.5622.0
3.7
25.719.80.5642.13.8
1984MON24
160
23.920.50.5391.1
2.8
24.719.70.5571.93.6
1985MON25
150
22.119.00.5380.9
2.4
23.118.00.5621.93.4
1986MON26
151
20.718.80.5240.3
1.7
21.617.90.5481.22.7
1987MON27
139
21.616.50.5671.9
3.4
21.516.50.5661.83.3
1988MON28
109
15.113.40.5300.4
1.5
15.313.20.5360.61.6
1989MON29
145
18.916.90.5280.3
1.6
19.416.50.5400.72.0
1990MON30
130
17.215.70.5220.1
1.3
17.415.50.5290.31.5
1991CHA31
155
17.318.20.488-0.7
0.8
17.917.50.506-0.11.4
1992CHA32
144
20.315.80.5622.0
3.4
20.116.00.5571.83.2
1993CHA33
115
15.012.00.5551.2
2.3
14.712.40.5420.92.0
1994CHA34
100
13.111.10.5420.8
1.9
12.312.00.507-0.01.0
1995CHA35
133
14.715.80.481-0.9
0.4
15.215.30.498-0.40.9
1996NYA36
59
6.75.90.5340.3
0.8
6.66.00.5240.10.7
1997NYA37
74
8.67.10.5460.7
1.3
8.27.50.5230.31.0
1998NYA38
109
9.07.10.5600.9
1.7
8.47.80.5190.21.0
1999OAK39
58
3.95.00.436-0.6
-0.2
4.54.40.5060.00.4
41
51
3.43.30.508-0.0
0.3
3.63.00.5400.20.5
2002FLO42
97
1.82.50.422-0.3
-0.0
2.02.30.459-0.10.1
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
CAREER (reg. season)
2,500
313.5276.20.53210.8
34.1
316.9272.80.53714.237.5
------ ------ ------ ------ ------
PostSeason (career)
34
3.74.00.475 0.03.44.00.458 -0.1
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
COMBINED
2,534
317.2280.30.532
34.1
320.3276.90.537 37.4




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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