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Fred McGriff
2013 Hall of Fame Ballot Series: Fred McGriff

The first table below presents Fred McGriff's career as measured by Player won-lost records.

Fred McGriff
Basic Player Won-Lost Records
Value Decomposition
Season Team Age Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
1986TOR22
3
0.10.20.300-0.0
-0.0
0.00.10.310-0.0-0.0
1987TOR23
105
7.96.20.5610.7
1.5
8.16.50.5550.71.5
1988TOR24
154
16.312.90.5581.3
2.4
17.412.90.5741.83.0
1989TOR25
161
19.313.50.5892.1
3.2
19.214.50.5701.52.7
1990TOR26
153
17.513.70.5621.3
2.5
17.913.20.5761.82.9
1991SDN27
153
19.615.80.5551.1
2.5
18.514.40.5621.22.5
1992SDN28
152
18.415.80.5370.4
1.7
19.615.00.5671.42.7
29
151
19.514.30.5761.6
2.9
18.913.90.5771.62.9
1994ATL30
113
17.09.90.6322.6
3.8
14.210.20.5811.22.2
1995ATL31
144
17.214.40.5440.3
1.6
15.214.60.510-0.70.5
1996ATL32
159
17.716.70.514-0.5
0.9
17.516.10.521-0.31.1
1997ATL33
152
17.614.50.5480.3
1.6
15.115.00.502-1.10.1
1998TBA34
151
14.215.30.482-1.2
-0.0
14.914.10.513-0.30.9
1999TBA35
144
15.412.80.5460.8
2.0
15.912.40.5621.32.4
2000TBA36
158
16.016.00.501-0.7
0.6
14.814.50.505-0.60.7
37
146
15.713.60.5360.4
1.7
15.312.40.5510.82.0
2002CHN38
146
16.815.00.529-0.1
1.2
15.312.70.5460.41.5
2003LAN39
86
9.08.50.517-0.2
0.5
7.77.70.500-0.40.2
2004TBA40
27
1.61.90.468-0.1
0.0
1.21.70.422-0.3-0.1
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
CAREER (reg. season)
2,458
276.9230.80.54510.0
30.5
266.5221.70.5469.929.7
------ ------ ------ ------ ------
PostSeason (career)
50
6.85.40.558 0.85.94.90.549 0.6
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
COMBINED
2,508
283.7236.20.545
31.3
272.4226.60.546 30.3


Fred McGriff played 89% of all possible games for 15 consecutive seasons, from 1988 - 2002. McGriff's career intersected with a number of great and near-great first basemen, from Hall-of-Famer Eddie Murray, through Hall-of-Meriters Will Clark and Keith Hernandez to likely future Hall-of-Famers Jeff Bagwell, Frank Thomas, and Albert Pujols.

The table below shows the major-league leaders in (context-neutral, teammate-adjusted) eWins over positional average at first base for every five-year segment of Fred McGriff's career as a regular player.

Best Firstbaseman in MLB over 5-Year Periods, record only reflects games at 1B
(sorted by eWOPA)
Seasons Player eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA
1988 - 1992Will Clark94.569.10.5788.2
1989 - 1993Fred McGriff93.271.20.5676.9
1990 - 1994Frank E. Thomas66.146.80.5867.5
1991 - 1995Frank E. Thomas72.750.90.5888.5
1992 - 1996Frank E. Thomas83.758.90.5879.6
1993 - 1997Jeff Bagwell93.663.50.59610.0
1994 - 1998Jeff Bagwell96.564.80.59810.5
1995 - 1999Mark McGwire87.356.60.60711.4
1996 - 2000Mark McGwire84.555.10.60510.6
1997 - 2001Jeff Bagwell102.972.90.5859.2
1998 - 2002Jeff Bagwell98.072.20.5767.5


That's some pretty nice company for McGriff to keep.

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