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

Kenny Rogers
Basic Player Won-Lost Records
Value Decomposition
Season Team Age Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
1989TEX24
73
3.62.80.5630.3
0.7
3.73.00.5520.20.6
1990TEX25
69
8.25.90.5820.9
1.8
4.94.60.516-0.00.6
1991TEX26
63
6.17.90.435-1.0
-0.1
5.87.50.438-0.9-0.1
1992TEX27
81
4.95.00.496-0.3
0.4
4.13.60.5330.10.6
1993TEX28
35
12.210.90.5280.7
1.8
12.111.30.5160.51.6
1994TEX29
24
10.49.40.5270.6
1.8
10.09.30.5160.41.5
1995TEX30
31
13.39.70.5782.1
3.3
12.310.90.5301.02.3
1996NYA31
30
10.99.70.5290.8
2.0
10.69.50.5260.81.9
1997NYA32
31
7.28.70.452-0.7
0.3
8.49.10.481-0.20.8
1998OAK33
34
13.811.40.5481.5
2.8
14.311.00.5651.93.3
34
31
11.18.80.5561.4
2.4
12.211.00.5250.92.1
2000TEX35
34
12.411.90.5110.5
1.8
14.212.10.5401.32.7
2001TEX36
20
6.79.00.427-1.0
-0.1
7.08.90.443-0.70.2
2002TEX37
34
13.711.40.5451.4
2.7
12.511.30.5270.92.1
2003MIN38
33
11.410.20.5270.8
2.0
12.111.70.5080.41.8
2004TEX39
35
13.112.30.5160.7
2.2
13.012.60.5070.52.0
2005TEX40
30
11.111.00.5020.3
1.4
11.410.20.5290.92.0
2006DET41
34
11.99.90.5461.2
2.4
11.711.50.5050.41.6
2007DET42
11
3.23.50.472-0.1
0.3
3.64.00.474-0.10.3
2008DET43
30
10.312.40.452-0.8
0.4
10.512.40.459-0.70.6
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
CAREER (reg. season)
763
195.3181.90.5189.4
30.2
194.4185.40.5127.528.4
------ ------ ------ ------ ------
PostSeason (career)
12
3.23.00.522 0.62.82.60.517 0.5
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
COMBINED
775
198.5184.80.518
30.8
197.2188.00.512 28.8


Kenny Rogers pitched 3,302.2 innings in his career. In that time, opponents were only able to steal 63 bases against him. Against that, were 91 caught stealings and 76 pickoffs. That's an overall stolen base success rate of 27.4%.

Player won-lost records are calculated via nine separate components. Basestealing is the first of these. Credit for basestealing is shared between pitchers and catchers. The top 10 pitchers in net Component 1 wins (since 1921) are shown in the next table.

Component 1 Pitching Wins: Top 10, career, sorted by Net Wins
Player eWin eLoss eWinPct NetWins
Gaylord Perry5.93.80.6082.1
Steve Carlton8.16.00.5742.1
Kenny Rogers3.41.50.6941.9
Frank Viola3.92.10.6451.7
Tom Glavine4.52.80.6161.7
Mark Buehrle2.81.10.7111.6
Dolf Luque4.32.70.6141.6
Jim Perry3.31.70.6571.6
Claude Osteen3.41.90.6471.6
Andy Pettitte3.52.00.6411.6


Incidentally, this has nothing to really do with Kenny Rogers, but I find it interesting that the only two right-handers on the above list are brothers: Gaylord and Jim Perry.

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