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Edgar Renteria

2017 Hall of Fame Ballot Series: Edgar Renteria

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

Edgar Renteria
Basic Player Won-Lost Records
Value Decomposition
Season Team Age Games pWins pLosses pWin Pct. pWOPA pWORL eWins eLosses eWin Pct. eWOPA eWORL
1996FLO20
106
13.913.30.5120.6
1.7
13.813.40.5070.41.5
1997FLO21
154
19.319.10.5030.6
2.1
17.920.50.466-0.90.6
1998FLO22
133
14.818.30.447-1.4
-0.1
15.817.30.477-0.40.9
1999SLN23
154
16.919.10.470-0.8
0.7
17.618.50.486-0.21.3
2000SLN24
150
19.017.20.5241.2
2.6
18.118.00.5010.41.8
2001SLN25
141
15.915.50.5070.5
1.8
15.016.40.477-0.50.9
2002SLN26
152
20.116.60.5471.9
3.4
18.718.00.5090.62.0
2003SLN27
157
20.417.80.5351.6
3.1
20.617.60.5391.73.2
2004SLN28
149
19.817.60.5301.4
2.8
18.518.90.4950.01.5
2005BOS29
153
20.418.40.5261.5
2.9
18.820.00.485-0.11.3
2006ATL30
149
18.518.20.5040.3
1.6
18.418.40.5000.21.5
2007ATL31
123
16.615.40.5190.7
1.8
16.715.30.5210.71.9
2008DET32
138
15.216.80.474-0.4
0.8
15.516.50.485-0.01.1
2009SFN33
124
14.215.00.486-0.2
0.9
13.315.90.457-1.00.0
2010SFN34
72
6.97.10.4920.0
0.5
6.87.20.487-0.10.5
2011CIN35
96
8.99.80.478-0.3
0.4
8.99.70.479-0.30.4
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
CAREER (reg. season)
2,151
260.9255.20.5057.2
27.1
254.3261.80.4930.720.5
------ ------ ------ ------ ------
PostSeason (career)
66
8.37.60.520 1.17.58.10.483 0.5
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
COMBINED
2,217
269.1262.80.505
28.2
261.8269.80.493 21.0


This is Edgar Renteria's first year appearing on a Hall-of-Fame ballot.

Player won-lost records are calculated across nine components. In all cases, Player won-lost records are assigned symmetrically: for every offensive win, there is a defensive loss, and vice-versa. In contrast, there are some traditional statistics that are typically only compiled on one side of the ledger. For example, wild pitches and passed balls are typically tracked for pitchers and catchers, but baserunner advancements via wild pitches and passed balls are not typically tracked.

Wild pitches and passed balls are what I call Component 2. And baserunners earn Component 2 wins for advancing on wild pitches and passed balls. Baserunners also earn Component 2 losses for failing to advance on wild pitches and passed balls.

It turns out that Edgar Renteria was very good at Component 2 as a baserunner over his career. The next table shows the top 25 players in net Component 2 baserunning wins (wins minus losses) since expansion.

Top 25 Players, Net Component 2 Baserunning Wins
(since 1961
eWins eLosses eWOPA
1Carl Yastrzemski5.54.21.2
2Ozzie Guillen2.91.91.0
3Miguel Tejada3.42.41.0
4Billy Williams4.43.41.0
5Cesar Cedeno3.62.70.9
6Bobby Bonds3.62.70.9
7Manny Sanguillen2.51.60.9
8Lee Maye2.41.50.9
9Barry Larkin3.72.80.9
10Don Buford3.32.40.8
11Alan Trammell3.42.60.8
12Chase Utley3.22.40.8
13Luis A. Castillo3.22.40.8
14Richie Hebner2.82.00.8
15Erick Aybar2.51.70.8
16Willie Mays3.32.60.7
17Don Mattingly2.82.10.7
18Alexi Amarista1.30.60.7
19Craig Biggio4.63.90.7
20Bert Campaneris4.23.50.7
21Felipe Alou3.22.50.7
22Jose Valentin2.11.50.7
23Dave Parker3.32.60.7
24Vic Davalillo2.41.80.7
25Ken Landreaux1.91.30.7


2017 Hall of Fame Ballot Series




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