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Eric Gagne
2014 Hall of Fame Ballot Series: Eric Gagne

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

Eric Gagne
Basic Player Won-Lost Records
Value Decomposition
Season Team Age Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
1999LAN23
5
1.91.50.5670.3
0.5
1.91.50.5660.30.5
2000LAN24
20
5.88.20.415-0.9
-0.2
6.18.20.425-0.8-0.1
2001LAN25
33
8.511.10.433-0.8
0.2
9.610.60.475-0.01.0
2002LAN26
77
9.33.20.7422.8
3.8
4.32.60.6200.71.2
2003LAN27
77
8.42.60.7622.7
3.5
4.31.90.6921.11.6
2004LAN28
70
8.03.50.6962.0
2.8
3.92.70.5890.40.9
2005LAN29
14
1.20.40.7300.3
0.5
0.70.60.5560.00.1
2006LAN30
2
0.10.00.8140.0
0.0
0.10.00.6880.00.0
31
54
3.72.70.5810.4
0.9
2.62.10.5500.20.5
2008MIL32
50
3.63.60.497-0.2
0.3
2.33.00.437-0.4-0.1
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
CAREER (reg. season)
402
50.436.80.5786.7
12.1
35.833.30.5181.55.7
------ ------ ------ ------ ------
PostSeason (career)
9
0.10.10.595 0.00.40.20.668 0.1
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
COMBINED
411
50.536.90.578
12.2
36.233.50.518 5.8


Over five seasons, from 2002 - 2006, Eric Gagne amassed a pWin-pLoss record of 27.0 - 9.8, a 0.733 winning percentage. The next table shows the top 10 players in pWinning percentage over a five-year stretch. There are no limits to total games here, but the player did have to appear in at least one game in each of the five consecutive seasons considered.

Player Seasons pWins pLosses pWinPct pWOPA pWORL
Eric Gagne
2002 - 2006
27.09.80.7337.910.5
Mariano Rivera
1996 - 2000
37.515.80.7049.913.4
Joe Nathan
2004 - 2008
34.514.60.7039.012.4
Eric Gagne
2003 - 2007
21.49.30.6985.57.6
Mariano Rivera
2004 - 2008
38.216.70.6969.713.5
Mariano Rivera
1997 - 2001
36.716.20.6939.312.8
Joe Nathan
2005 - 2009
33.915.10.6918.411.8
Mariano Rivera
2003 - 2007
37.817.10.6899.313.1
Dennis Eckersley
1988 - 1992
33.515.20.6888.311.3
Joe Nathan
2002 - 2006
25.511.70.6866.28.8


Unfortunately for Eric Gagne, he already had arm troubles within that stretch, pitching in only 16 games in 2005-06 combined and barely qualified for the Hall-of-Fame ballot with exactly the minimum 10 seasons (including seasons of 5 and 2 games). But man, what a peak!

2014 Hall of Fame Ballot Series


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