Baseball Super Freaks

When I was a kid, I remember having a set of baseball cards that were a bit unusual. It’s essentially a mashup of baseball players and monsters called Super Freaks by Donruss in the 1970s. A recent garage cleaning unearthed these invaluable (to me) cards. Nostalgia kicked in and I can’t bear to keep this to myself.

Super Freaks 1

I don’t have the full set (note to self: next quest is to scour ebay and complete my set, thereby achieving The Joy That Knows No Bounds), but I have a good number of them.

Super Freaks 2

The illustrations are top notch, and the baseball humor is quite good. Oh, what fun is in store for you, the gentle reader: a pitcher who nibbles (literally)!; an umpire so good he makes calls before the play is over!; a freak beaned in the head by a ball that went over the centerfield wall for a home run (take that, Jose Canseco!); a catcher who tends to look away just as the pitch is made!

Super Freaks 3

So, without further ado, here are the ones I have:

Norris the Nibbler — A long time favorite freak. He is known far and wide for his constant nibbling; baseballs that is. It is really hard to complete a game with Norris around because he eats all the balls.

Arnie the Agile — A Super Freak in every sense.Arnie can catch any ball that comes within 20 feet without moving. Even though he is extremely quick on the basesball diamond… it takes him several minutes to sit down.

Shecky the Shortstop — Shecky is famous the world over for his quadruple plays (one for each eye). He has the unusual ability to watch three bases and the ball at the same time. He is a real hero with the clean-up crew.

Ozzie the Outfielder — Ozzie is a flashy freak. He has great ability to be alert at all times.The reason for this, of course, is because one head can sleep while the other thinks about playing ball.

Paul the Pitcher — Even though Paul is a pitcher, he sometimes plays catcher and he is terrific… who wouldn’t be with all those arms! He is a real threat when he is on the mound.

Slurp the Second Baseman — This freak will go to the Baseball Hall of Fame next year. There his tongue will be removed and hung in the trophy case to inspire all the second basemen around the world.What could be a better tribute to a freak who can catch a line drive with his tongue?

Sam the Switch Hitter — Sam can keep the best pitchers confused.As a matter of fact, he confuses himself, he fans and the umpires. If he didn’t have such a good personality, no one would tolerate him.

Oink the Ump — Oink has been an umpire in the Major Leagues for many years. He has the amazing ability to make a call before it actually happens. His lack of vision does not keep him from knowing just where the play is going to happen.

Benny the Base Runner — When Benny runs the bases, everyone is stricken with fear because he sounds like a stampede coming. Second and Third basemen have been known to run and hide when Benny gallops past first base.

Ollie the Outfielder — Ollie is an ex-bat boy, as anyone can see, who finally made the Big Leagues. Because of Ollie’s unusual abilities, rarely does a home run get past him.

The Bomber — This pitcher has one secret pitch no one can hit. If there is a full count on the batter, the next pitch he throws is the bomb.This pitch blows up the batter completely.

Hank the Hitter — Hank has the highest batting average in the Major Leagues.Any throw that comes close to the plate is certain to become a home run.

Richard the Runner — Richard has great speed and can slide link no other Super Freak. He can literally bury an opposing player when he charges a base. Incidentally, his roommate is Speed E. Freak.

Bo the Book-Maker — Bo was fired for betting many years ago, yet he still hangs around the stadium. He lives on left over hot dogs and popcorn and sleeps on the bleachers. Obviously, his diet doesn’t agree with him.

Sperry the Spit-Ball — Sperry can throw a spit-ball so wet that it has to be caught in a towel. He was voted the favorite freak of the year.

Nevin Nothing — Nevin’s biggest thrill in baseball was made his first year when a wild pitch him in the head and bounced over the centerfield fence. It took Nevin 15 minutes to run the bases in his dazed condition.

Ronnie the Reader — Ronnie the bookworm on the team. He plays centerfield so that he can read while playing. Even though his attention isn’t fully on the game, he seldom misses a pop fly.

Bob the Slob — Without doubt, Bob is the biggest slob in the Super Freak League. Rumor has it that he has not had a shower since he has been playing ball. He has been walked more than any other player because no one can stand to be close to him.

Harry the Hypnotist — Harry is a terrible pitcher, but he can hypnotize the batter and make him swing at anything that is thrown. Harry holds the record for continuous strike-outs.

Super Scooper — This freak is in the All Star ranks because of his ability to scoop up grounders. He is so good at it that he doesn’t even use a glove. He does, however, complain his toothpaste bill is too high.

Stupe the Second Sacker — This young freak was acquired from the Southern Freak Farm just last year and has become a favorite in a short time.With his exceptional vision, very little escapes his eyes.

Marvin the Mouth — The only accident that happened in Spring training was when Strike Out King threw his bat and it landed in Marvin’s mouth. Prior to this, Marvin could be heard for miles when arguing with the umpire.

 

Super Freaks 4

Freddie Far-Out — Freddie is probably the freakiest freak of all. Being odd does not affect his playing ability. Freddie is extremely versatile and can play almost any position, including water boy.

Henry the Horrible — Henry announces all Super Freak ball games. He is well known for his colorful narrations, knowledge of the game, his relationship with all the players and his terrible looks.

Sam the Slammer — Sam swings the biggest bat in baseball.When he hits a ball, nothing is left but sawdust.The problem is that he rarely hits one. He holds the record of strike-outs.

Speed E. Freak — The fastest freak in baseball… he can actually run the bases twice while his ball is in the air. Opposing teams fear his fantastic speed.

Sylvester the Center Fielder — Sylvester’s main responsibility is to catch flies. HIs teammates know the only thing he can do well is attract them… probably because he washes his hair in ketchup.

Strike Out King — This guy has been struck out more than any other freak.The opposing pitcher knows the safest place to throw the ball is right under his nose. He tries to make friends, but just can’t mainly because he is just too nosey.

The Nose — This freak truly has a nose for the game. In fact, he uses it to catch those pop flies that other players find difficult to handle. He can smell a hit long before it happens.

Sammy Springer — Sammy was an All-American center on the Super Freak High School Basketball team. He switched to baseball last year and started at shortstop because of his ability to jump 20 feet into the air and catch any ball that comes by.Truly a Super Freak.

Super Freaks 5

Pork E. Pine — No opposing player dares to slide into this guy’s base. In his twenty years in the Major Leagues. No one has ever gotten past him without getting the point.

Second Baseman — This player has an unbeatable way of firing a ball back to home plate. He uses a sling shot.The accuracy and speed is amazing. It is really tough for the opposing team to score a run when the ball is hit to this guy.

George the Glob — George has the unusual ability to cover a lot of ground in a short time with his four legs. Even though he is a Glob, he is a real asset in covering the outfield responsibilities.

Gavin the Goof-Off — Even though Gavin has four eyes, he has a tendency to look away just as the pitch is thrown.This is terrible for a catcher, but Gavin has so much to see.

Bernard the First Baseman — This guy plays ball with the spirit of a warrior. He guards first base like he owns it.A tough player to get past.

Alert Albert — Albert never pays attention to the game. He will look away anytime his name is called. Because of this, he has very few teeth left in his head.

Foul Ball Fred — This guy’s responsibility has been to scoop up foul balls and he’s been at it so long that he has become a foul character.The team keeps him around because he works for nothing.

Herman the Hideous

Herman the Hideous — Herman is the most versatile freak. He can play any position… including the coach. He is so ugly that everyone ignores him other times. A Super Freak in every sense!

I hope you enjoyed these as much as I have. My favorites are Norris the Nibbler and Super Scooper. What would we do without cherished memories?


Not all no decisions are created equal

“Not all no decisions are created equal” is a PowerPoint presentation given by Gilbert D. Martinez at SABR 41 on July 8, 2011, in Long Beach, California.

You can download the presentation for viewing on your computer by clicking here.

Special thanks to Cy Morong and Monte Cely for their input, feedback and support, and to the Rogers Hornsby Chapter.

Barzilla’s Presentation Part II

Scott Barzilla’s Presentation Part II

at the 4th Annual SABR Rogers Hornsby Chapter Winter Meeting, Jan. 23, 2010

at Texas State University-San Marcos

 

Centerfield

 

 

WS

WARP3

WAR

PWS

PWARP3

PWAR

Total

Ty Cobb

240.67

158.5

159.3

139.67

100.4

97.3

895.84

Willie Mays

214

177.6

154.7

129.67

111.1

99.7

886.77

Tris Speaker

210

143.7

132.8

129.33

94

86.2

796.03

Mickey Mantle

188.33

124.9

120.2

133

95.5

90.9

752.83

Joe DiMaggio

129

101.2

83.4

108.33

85.8

66.1

573.83

Ken Griffey Jr

134.33

79.7

79.2

92

64.6

68.2

518.03

Billy Hamilton

112.33

78.3

69.6

94.33

69.6

61.7

485.86

Duke Snider

117.33

66.8

67.2

96.33

58.8

60.4

466.86

Jim Edmonds

97.67

82.5

66.6

83

73.5

61.4

464.67

Richie Ashburn

109.67

76.2

58

84.67

65.9

53.4

447.84

Jimmy Wynn

101.67

68.2

59.8

89.67

66.9

58.3

444.54

Bernie Williams

104

78.9

47.1

82.67

71.2

45.3

429.17

Cesar Cedeno

98.67

70.6

52.1

78.67

61.6

47.5

409.14

Brett Butler

98.33

76.9

46.5

76.33

63.2

43.1

404.36

Andruw Jones

85

61.3

58.4

77

59.1

58.5

399.3

Max Carey

117

59.1

50.6

81.67

48.4

41.3

398.07

Vada Pinson

107

57.7

49

82

51.9

45.9

393.5

Tommy Leach

109.33

60

51

82

49.9

40.4

392.63

Kirby Puckett

93.67

66.5

45

82.33

61.4

42.2

391.1

Larry Doby

89.33

57.7

47.4

85.67

56.7

47.1

383.9

High Duffy

98.33

55

49.6

83.67

49.3

44.4

380.3

George Van Haltren

114.67

52.3

45.9

80

45.1

37.5

375.47

Earl Averill

93.33

49.8

45.2

89.33

50.2

45.2

373.06

Dale Murphy

98

50.1

44.4

83

48.9

45.9

370.3

Edd Roush

104.67

49.4

46.8

83.33

44.6

41

369.8

Hack Wilson

74.67

42.8

38.8

73.33

43.4

39.8

312.8

Earle Combs

75.67

39

44.6

72.33

37.6

43.5

312.7

Lloyd Waner

81.67

38.6

24.1

69

34.8

25.4

273.57

 

 

Right Fielders

 

 

WS

WARP3

WAR

PWS

PWARP3

PWAR

Total

Babe Ruth

252

198.7

190

153.33

125

122

1041

Hank Aaron

214.33

159.4

141.5

118.67

98.7

84.3

816.9

Mel Ott

176

141.4

109.2

111.67

95.5

73.6

707.37

Frank Robinson

173

126.1

107.1

105.33

81.9

69.3

662.73

Reggie Jackson

148

93.5

74.4

98.67

70.9

61.7

547.17

Al Kaline

147.67

89.5

90.8

89.33

65.5

63.9

546.7

Paul Waner

141

90

73.8

101.33

69.6

58.2

533.93

Sam Crawford

148.67

80.6

76.3

101

61.1

55

522.67

Roberto Clemente

125.67

82.7

83.6

89.67

63.4

65.4

510.44

Tony Gwynn

132.67

97.6

68.5

89.67

70.6

50.1

509.14

Gary Sheffield

143.33

79.7

63.3

100

61.7

51.5

499.53

Dave Winfield

138.33

85.2

59.7

86.33

57.2

47.1

473.86

Harry Heilmann

118.67

67.7

69.3

90.33

57.7

57.7

461.4

Willie Keeler

111

76.9

60.7

82

66.6

52

449.2

Elmer Flick

97

72.8

56.6

93.33

72.1

55.7

447.53

Sammy Sosa

107

69.6

59.5

84.67

59.8

55.2

435.77

Dwight Evans

115.67

70.5

61.7

78

54.8

46.2

426.87

Bobby Bonds

100.67

65.2

56.9

88

60

51.8

422.57

Reggie Smith

108.33

63.5

63.2

83.33

50.8

50.5

419.66

Enos Slaughter

107.67

72.1

54.1

82

59.1

44.2

419.17

Andre Dawson

113.33

66.1

56.8

78

57

47.2

418.43

Larry Walker

102.67

63.8

67.1

78

53

53.3

417.87

King Kelly

92.67

85.1

47.4

73

69.8

45.6

413.57

Rusty Staub

119.33

63.9

45

84.67

50.3

40.1

403.3

Vladimir Guerrero

100.33

53.3

57.1

88.67

49

53.2

401.6

Bobby Abreu

104

57.1

57

81

51.1

51.3

401.5

Kiki Cuyler

97.33

57.1

49.7

81.33

51.2

46

382.66

Harry Hooper

107

57.4

52.3

73.67

47.4

40.6

378.37

Sam Rice

109

50.6

51

76

40.7

40

367.3

Sam Thompson

78.67

65.5

46.5

71

60.1

43

364.77

Chuck Klein

79.33

44.4

39.2

72.33

45.2

38

318.46

Ross Youngs

68.67

43.5

36.2

68.67

43.5

36.2

296.74

Tommy McCarthy

56.67

15.9

18.2

56

24.8

21.8

193.37

 

 

Pitchers

 

 

WS

WARP3

WAR

PWS

PWARP3

PWAR

Total

Walter Johnson

186.67

172

127.7

126.67

119

91.8

823.84

Cy Young

211.33

140.3

146

128.33

89.7

94.9

810.56

Roger Clemens

145.67

164.5

128.4

86.67

101.4

80.6

707.24

Pete Alexander

158.67

132.2

104.9

110.33

96.4

76.3

678.8

Greg Maddux

132.67

155.6

96.8

82

101.8

67.2

636.07

Kid Nichols

159.33

82.1

102.3

130.33

69.9

87.6

631.56

Christy Mathewson

142

107.9

87.7

111.67

92.5

79.2

620.97

Lefty Grove

130.33

113.9

98.3

100.33

91.4

78.1

612.36

Warren Spahn

137.33

132.4

93.4

86.33

87.9

60.1

597.46

Tom Seaver

129.33

117.9

105.3

85

75.9

70.7

584.13

Phil Niekro

124.67

121.5

96.8

78.33

85.7

68.6

575.6

Tim Keefe

137.67

78.1

82.5

123

71.9

78.9

572.07

John Clarkson

132

74

82.1

128

73.3

81.8

571.2

Randy Johnson

108.67

115

91.8

76.33

87.1

72.1

551

Gaylord Perry

123

91.9

96.3

81

63.4

71.3

526.9

Bob Gibson

105.67

94.9

85.6

86

79.7

73.5

525.37

Steve Carlton

122

100.3

84.4

80

72.9

64.6

524.2

Robin Roberts

113

100.6

80.9

82

74.5

62.2

513.2

Pud Galvin

134.33

59.8

70.5

118.67

55.5

68.6

507.4

Charles Radbourn

130.33

52.7

71.6

127.33

52.9

71.3

506.16

Eddie Plank

120.33

83.3

76.3

86.33

66.2

55.8

488.26

Bert Blyleven

113

90.6

90.1

72.67

58.9

61.2

486.47

Pedro Martinez

85.33

98.4

75.9

69

80.6

65.6

474.83

Tom Glavine

104.67

118.5

67

68

65.6

47.1

470.87

Fergie Jenkins

107.67

83.8

81.3

77.67

63.4

55.5

469.34

Carl Hubbell

101.67

88.6

64.4

82.67

74.3

55.9

467.54

Mike Mussina

90

101.9

74.8

62

75.5

54.3

458.5

Tony Mullane

133

34.4

65.1

122.33

39.1

62.8

456.73

Bob Caruthers

112.33

43.2

71.4

112.33

43.2

71.4

453.86

Nolan Ryan

111.33

83.5

84.8

63.67

54.4

55.3

453

Bob Feller

97.33

75.4

66

79.67

68.6

61.3

448.3

Jim McCormick

111.33

48.1

64.7

111.33

46.3

63.2

444.96

John Smoltz

96.33

106.2

63.9

61.67

69

45.5

442.6

Amos Rusie

97.67

61.3

60.6

97.67

61.3

60.6

439.14

Curt Schilling

84

89.6

69.7

63.67

70.9

55.9

433.77

Hal Newhouser

88

81.4

56.3

78

72.7

52.6

429

Ted Lyons

104

85.5

58.8

70

63.1

46.4

427.8

Mickey Welch

118

36.2

56.5

113

38.9

62.6

425.2

Don Drysdale

86

75.2

65.7

73.67

65.5

58.2

424.27

Jim Palmer

104

61.2

63.5

84

53.4

57.4

423.5

Juan Marichal

87.67

68.4

64

76.33

64.1

59.7

420.2

Ed Walsh

88.33

65.8

54.8

86.33

66

55.2

416.46

Jim Bunning

85.67

70.8

60.1

73.67

65.7

58.5

414.44

Rick Reuschel

80

88.6

66.3

60.33

66.9

52.1

414.23

Kevin Brown

80.67

79.6

64.8

64.67

68

55.1

412.84

Dennis Eckersley

100.33

91.1

58.7

61

56.5

43.9

411.53

Early Wynn

103

79.9

52

72.33

59.2

44.5

410.93

Red Ruffing

107.33

78.6

53.6

70.67

55

43

408.2

Dazzy Vance

80.33

72.3

56.4

72.67

68.2

53.7

403.6

Vic Willis

97.67

55.6

57.2

85.67

51.8

55.6

403.54

Don Sutton

106.33

69.9

70.8

62

43.8

45.7

398.53

Stan Coveleski

81.67

67.6

54

77

64.8

52.9

397.97

Charlie Buffinton

94.33

45.6

56.1

93.67

47.3

58.4

395.4

Eppa Rixey

105

71.7

51.2

72.33

51.2

42.3

393.73

Mariano Rivera

75.67

94.4

49.9

58.33

71.9

40.2

390.4

Joe McGinnity

89.67

51.7

53.7

89.67

51.7

53

389.44

Mordecai Brown

98.67

49.2

56.1

88

44

51.6

387.57

Clark Griffith

91

61.1

49

79.67

56.6

47.4

384.77

Red Faber

97.33

67.8

55.2

68.67

50.8

42.8

382.6

Tommy John

96.33

76.7

59

55.33

51.1

41

379.46

Luis Tiant

85.33

64.3

60.1

66

52.6

50.8

379.13

Burleigh Grimes

95.33

68

37.2

77

58.4

40.2

376.13

Jack Quinn

95.67

71.5

49.7

65

49.5

39.2

370.57

Rube Waddell

80

56.6

50.2

77

55.5

49.6

368.9

David Cone

68.33

72.7

57.5

57.67

60.1

51

367.3

Larry Jackson

75

64.4

55.6

62

56.1

51.1

364.2

Whitey Ford

87

61.5

55.3

67.33

48.7

44.2

364.03

Billy Pierce

82.67

62.4

53.5

64.33

51.8

47.3

362

Jack Powell

95.67

59.4

44.5

75.67

46.9

38

360.14

Frank Tanana

80.33

71.3

55.1

54.67

52.4

46.3

360.1

Jerry Koosman

80

60.7

58.8

60.33

48.5

48

356.33

Wilbur Cooper

88.67

50.5

43.7

79.67

49.7

42.9

355.14

Bob Lemon

77.33

60

42.4

74.33

58.6

41.9

354.56

Eddie Cicotte

82.33

55.1

49.7

70.33

50

45.8

353.26

Silver King

87.67

33.7

53.8

87.67

34.5

55.4

352.74

Tommy Bridges

75

63.8

50.7

63

53.9

44.7

351.1

Bret Saberhagen

64.33

69.1

54.7

55

59.5

48.1

350.73

Orel Hershiser

70

68

51.5

57

58

44.7

349.2

Gus Weyhing

86

40.8

46.3

83

38.8

52.2

347.1

Dizzy Trout

76

62.6

43.6

66.33

57.5

39.4

345.43

Chuck Finley

71.33

65.8

55

54.67

51.3

46.7

344.8

Sandy Koufax

64.67

54.3

54.5

63.33

53.5

54.1

344.4

Urban Shocker

75

55.7

47

70

51.7

44.5

343.9

Dutch Leonard

77.67

69.8

45.6

57

55.8

37.6

343.47

Bob Friend

69

66.8

48.9

56.33

57

45

343.03

Bobo Newsom

79

58.2

45.9

63.67

50

44

340.77

Dave Steib

70

53.4

53

62.33

50.2

51

339.93

Waite Hoyt

87.33

58.4

47

63

44.9

38.9

339.53

Kevin Appier

63

60.1

50.4

55.33

57.9

50.3

337.03

Babe Adams

81

47.6

45.2

68.67

46.8

47.5

336.77

Mickey Lolich

74.67

54.8

45.6

63

51

45

334.07

Hoyt Wilhelm

85.33

70.4

41.3

56

48.2

29.6

330.83

Frank Viola

62.33

60.6

43.9

59.33

58.2

44.8

329.16

Dwight Gooden

62.33

65.4

47.6

52

57.6

43.6

328.53

Dennis Martinez

77.67

59.9

46.9

53

48.8

42.2

328.47

Kenny Rogers

68.33

69

46.7

49.33

53.5

40.5

327.36

Jamie Moyer

73.67

66.9

47.9

49.33

49.2

38.5

325.5

Wilbur Wood

63.33

57

45

58.67

55.4

45.2

324.6

Rich Gossage

74.33

62.1

40

57.67

51.5

37.2

322.8

Mark Langston

61.33

60.1

47.1

54.67

53.6

43.8

320.6

Herb Pennock

80

51.5

36.9

62.67

49.3

38

318.37

Dizzy Dean

60.33

56.9

39.6

60

56.9

40.5

314.23

Chief Bender

77

47.1

38.5

62

40.6

38.4

303.6

Lefty Gomez

61.67

43

43

60.67

44.2

44.3

296.84

Addie Joss

63.67

42.3

40.9

63.67

42.3

40.9

293.74

Jack Chesbro

69.67

40.4

33.2

69.67

42

36.8

291.74

Catfish Hunter

68.67

32.5

32.5

61.33

33.6

33.5

262.1

Jesse Haines

69

43.4

33.8

51.67

31.9

28.5

258.27

Bruce Sutter

56

48.8

25

54.33

47.4

25.9

257.43

Rube Marquard

69.33

33.3

28.5

60

33.2

32.7

257.03

Rollie Fingers

62.67

48.5

24.4

48.67

43.2

24.3

251.74

 

 

 

Barzilla’s Presentation Part I

Scott Barzilla’s Presentation Part I

at the 4th Annual SABR Rogers Hornsby Chapter Winter Meeting, Jan. 23, 2010

at Texas State University-San Marcos

 

Catchers

 

 

WS

WARP3

WAR

PWS

PWARP3

PWAR

Total

Johnny Bench

118.67

105.9

71.2

92.33

89.1

59.5

536.7

Gary Carter

112.33

98.9

66.2

87.67

85

58

508.1

Yogi Berra

125

90.1

61.6

92

70.1

49.2

488

Ivan Rodriguez

108.67

100.5

66.6

76

82.1

50.1

483.97

Carlton Fisk

122.67

93.4

67.5

80

62.2

47.5

473.27

Mike Piazza

109

77.4

59.1

90

69.1

51.9

456.5

Bill Dickey

104.67

88.5

54.3

78.33

67.9

44.2

437.9

Joe Torre

105

80.4

55.5

81.33

66.5

45.4

434.13

Gabby Hartnett

108.33

91.2

50.1

76.33

67.8

39.5

433.26

Mickey Cochrane

91.67

70.1

51.1

83.33

65.6

47.2

409

Ted Simmons

105

63.5

50.8

80

53.8

46.2

399.3

Buck Ewing

80.33

83.4

51.4

65.33

71.7

43.8

395.96

Jorge Posada

81.67

63.9

44.3

74.67

61

43.1

368.64

Gene Tenace

77

58.6

48.6

69

54.4

45.1

352.7

Bill Freehan

89

57.6

43.4

74.67

48.9

38.9

352.47

Lance Parrish

82.67

67.9

35.6

64.67

56.6

32.1

339.54

Thurman Munson

68.67

57.9

43.3

68

57.1

42.9

337.87

Jason Kendall

79.33

54.7

37.1

65.33

52.8

36.4

325.66

Roy Campanella

69

56.1

36.3

69

56.1

36.3

322.8

Roger Bresnahan

77

52.7

42.2

65.33

45.9

37.8

320.93

Wally Schang

81.67

57.4

43.7

57.33

40.2

33

313.3

Darrell Porter

74

53

40.7

60.33

46.6

35.9

310.53

Charlie Bennett

52.33

70.2

37.7

43.67

63.5

33.9

301.3

Ernie Lombardi

72.67

55.1

39

55.67

44.9

30.9

298.24

Ray Schalk

63.67

54.2

22.6

55.67

51.5

22.6

270.24

Rick Ferrell

68.66

45.8

22.9

50

35.4

20.1

242.86

 

First Basemen

 

 

WS

WARP3

WAR

PWS

PWARP3

PWAR

Total

Lou Gehrig

163

113.7

118.3

128

92.6

96.4

712

Jimmie Foxx

145

94

94

108.33

74.1

76.1

591.53

Frank Thomas

135

105.3

75.9

100

83.1

60.2

559.5

Jeff Bagwell

129

97.2

79.9

99.33

80.8

65.7

551.93

Cap Anson

127

115

99.2

76

66.2

59.3

542.7

Roger Connor

121

102

87.1

86.33

74.7

66.6

537.73

Dan Brouthers

118.33

92.8

83.7

89.33

75.5

67.5

527.16

Eddie Murray

145.67

96.4

66.7

91

69.2

51.8

520.77

Johnny Mize

112.67

80.2

70.1

98.67

72.6

64.4

498.64

Rafael Palmeiro

131.33

96.1

65.7

85.67

61.3

49.9

490

Willie McCovey

136

74

65.1

95

63.9

54.8

488.8

Mark McGwire

114

79.9

63.2

94.33

68.1

55.3

474.83

Dick Allen

114

70

61.1

101.33

65.4

58.5

470.33

Harmon Killebrew

123.67

70.9

61.2

93

58.5

51.2

458.47

Jim Thome

117.33

69

66.9

87.67

53.9

55

449.8

Keith Hernandez

110.33

69.1

61

86

62.1

53.7

442.23

Will Clark

110.33

74.4

57.4

89.67

61.9

47.3

441

John Olerud

100.33

80

56.6

79

63.9

49.2

429.03

Tony Perez

116.33

69.1

50.3

83

55.1

44.9

418.73

Fred McGriff

114

65.6

50.5

81

52.5

45.3

408.9

Hank Greenberg

89

58.9

56.9

87.33

58.3

56.2

406.63

Orlando Cepeda

103.33

65.1

46.6

83.67

57.4

42.6

398.7

Jason Giambi

103

51.2

52.7

89.67

48.7

50.7

395.97

Bill Terry

92.67

53.9

55.3

86.33

51.7

54.4

394.3

Jake Beckley

106

67.4

61.4

64.67

48.5

43.4

391.37

George Sisler

97.33

50.3

50.4

79.67

53.3

51.9

382.9

Frank Chance

79

47.7

49.4

71

42.9

45.1

335.1

Jim Bottomley

86

38.5

32.3

71.33

37.9

33.1

299.13

George Kelly

64.33

23.6

24.1

59.33

25.7

26.3

223.36

 

Second Basemen

 

 

WS

WARP3

WAR

PWS

PWARP3

PWAR

Total

Eddie Collins

191.33

137.8

126.7

125.33

96.3

87.6

765.06

Rogers Hornsby

167.33

128.6

127.7

127

101.3

100.8

752.73

Joe Morgan

170.67

127.4

103.5

113.67

91.8

78.1

685.14

Nap Lajoie

165.33

125.9

104.1

111.33

93.1

75.4

675.16

Charlie Gehringer

127.67

84.7

80.9

97

69.7

67

526.97

Craig Biggio

142.67

90

65.9

98

67.8

52.4

516.77

Rod Carew

128

85.8

79.3

87

67

61.3

508.4

Frankie Frisch

122

83.3

74.7

85.33

65.3

60

490.63

Bobby Grich

109.67

92.4

67.6

84.33

79.1

55.9

489

Lou Whitaker

117

103.3

69.6

77.33

69.9

48.1

485.23

Roberto Alomar

123.67

81

63.6

92.67

69.9

53.1

483.94

Ryne Sandberg

115.33

75.8

61.8

93

68.8

53.9

468.63

Jeff Kent

113

80

59.4

83.33

61.4

47.1

444.23

Jackie Robinson

85.67

67.9

63

85.67

67.9

63

433.14

Billy Herman

99.33

77.8

55.5

81

66.5

46.4

426.53

Willie Randolph

104

70.7

60.4

73.67

56.4

45.8

410.97

Bid McPhee

101.67

77.7

57.8

67.33

53.5

46.2

404.2

Joe Gordon

80.67

67.4

54.9

77.67

65.8

53.6

400.04

Bobby Doerr

93.67

72.7

48

78

62.2

43.3

397.87

Nellie Fox

101.33

63.4

44.6

73.33

60.2

42.6

385.46

Tony Phillips

89.33

69.1

47.8

66.33

59.4

40.1

372.06

Cupid Childs

79.67

58.4

47.1

75.33

55.9

46.4

362.8

Tony Lazzeri

84

57.9

48.1

71.67

54.2

42.6

358.47

Chuck Knoblauch

78

57.4

41.1

73

57.8

41.8

349.1

Larry Doyle

96.33

41.7

47.3

80

37.7

40.5

343.53

Johnny Evers

89.33

46

48.3

75.33

42.5

39.4

340.86

Red Schoendienst

87.33

57.9

40.3

68

48

35.9

337.43

Bill Mazeroski

73

51.5

27

57.67

46.2

25.9

281.27

 

Third Basemen

 

 

WS

WARP3

WAR

PWS

PWARP3

PWAR

Total

Mike Schmidt

155.67

122.7

108

122

92.5

81.9

682.77

Eddie Mathews

150

122.2

98.2

111

96

75.8

653.2

Wade Boggs

131.33

116.6

89

97

90.4

71.1

595.43

George Brett

144

112.4

84.9

98.67

82.6

67.7

590.27

Paul Molitor

138

108.8

74.9

90

75.1

54.2

541

Chipper Jones

123

72.4

76.7

83.67

59.6

60.9

476.27

Ron Santo

108

72.7

66.4

91.67

70.5

63.4

472.67

Edgar Martinez

101.67

88.2

67.2

81.67

72.4

58.1

469.24

Brooks Robinson

118.67

70.3

69.2

82.33

58.1

54.8

453.4

Frank Baker

100.33

69.6

63.7

93.33

65.6

60.3

452.86

Robin Ventura

91.33

96.6

55.1

77.76

80

46.7

447.49

Graig Nettles

107

80.2

61.3

74.67

59.2

49.9

432.27

Darrell Evans

121

62.1

57

84.33

53.1

51.9

429.43

Stan Hack

105.33

74.4

54.8

85.33

61.9

45.7

427.46

Jimmy Collins

91.33

68.7

52.9

80.67

64.7

49.5

407.8

Scott Rolen

91

74.7

62.2

81.33

63.5

53.3

426.03

Sal Bando

94.33

56.3

60.5

83.67

54.3

57.2

406.3

Ken Boyer

93

62

58.3

78.33

56.2

53.7

401.53

Bob Elliott

95.67

66.3

52.2

78.67

58.2

45.7

396.74

Buddy Bell

100.33

63.2

60.7

70

53.6

45.3

393.13

Heinie Groh

90.67

68.8

46.4

81

59.3

43.8

389.97

Ron Cey

93.33

55

51.8

74

51.7

46.2

372.03

Toby Harrah

95.67

54.7

47

75.67

52

42.5

367.54

Pie Traynor

91.33

63.9

37

76

56.1

38.1

362.43

John McGraw

69

54.5

49.1

66.67

53.6

48

340.87

George Kell

76.33

40.4

33.5

64

36.1

31.8

282.13

 


Shortstop

 

 

WS

WARP3

WAR

PWS

PWARP3

PWAR

Total

Honus Wagner

218.33

158.7

134.7

140.67

104

92.6

849

Alex Rodriguez

140.67

101

99.1

109.67

81.6

82.1

614.14

Cal Ripken Jr.

142.33

113.5

89.8

92

76.1

67.5

581.23

Robin Yount

141

104.5

76.8

92.67

80.5

59.2

554.67

Arky Vaughan

118.67

100.3

75.6

102.67

87.7

66.7

551.64

George Davis

132.67

94.4

90.7

85

68.5

63.1

534.37

Barry Larkin

115.67

98.8

68.8

86

83

54.8

507.07

Luke Appling

126

86.7

68.9

91.67

68.4

56.1

497.77

Bill Dahlen

131.33

88.5

75.9

83.33

60.6

53

492.66

Monte Ward

136.33

73.7

64.5

102.67

60.3

49.3

486.8

Ozzie Smith

108.33

105.5

64.7

75.33

78.2

50.4

482.46

Alan Trammel

106

93.6

66.8

79.33

74

56

475.73

Joe Cronin

111

78.7

62.6

91.67

69.7

54

467.67

Ernie Banks

110.67

74.8

64.3

82.33

67.6

60

459.7

Derek Jeter

116

61.4

68.7

91

51

57.6

445.7

Lou Boudreau

92.33

82.6

55.9

85

75.9

53

444.73

Bobby Wallace

115

72.8

65.8

75.67

60.4

50.5

440.17

Pee Wee Reese

104.67

71.3

66.4

82

57.7

55.1

437.17

Jack Glasscock

87

74.1

58.1

67.67

60.4