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Entries in Mariano Rivera (19)

Monday
Jan142013

Top 10 Best & Worst Walks/9 innings for Relievers 2008-12

The Best

Rk Player BB/9 G
1 Mariano Rivera 1.32 264
2 Wilton Lopez 1.57 213
3 Edward Mujica 1.60 296
4 Matt Belisle 1.74 260
5 Matt Capps 1.83 279
6 Sergio Romo 1.85 276
7 Rafael Betancourt 2.12 330
8 Darren Oliver 2.26 304
9 Darren O'Day 2.29 255
10 Jon Rauch 2.30 334
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Generated 1/14/2013.

The Worst

Rk Player BB/9 G
1 Carlos Marmol 6.13 374
2 J.C. Romero 5.92 214
3 Miguel Batista 5.26 228
4 Juan Cruz 5.21 207
5 Brad Lidge 5.20 225
6 Tim Byrdak 4.91 327
7 Jose Veras 4.90 306
8 Kevin Gregg 4.84 310
9 Fernando Rodney 4.61 298
10 Tony Sipp 4.53 248

 

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Generated 1/14/2013.

 

Monday
Jan142013

Top 10 Best WHIP for Relievers 2008-12

Rk Player WHIP G
1 Mariano Rivera 0.825 264
2 Sergio Romo 0.883 276
3 Mike Adams 0.990 297
4 Joe Nathan 0.999 252
5 Huston Street 1.049 273
6 Dan Wheeler 1.056 262
7 Joel Peralta 1.057 253
8 Darren O'Day 1.058 255
9 Grant Balfour 1.061 318
10 Rafael Soriano 1.066 266
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Generated 1/14/2013.
Saturday
Jan052013

Most appearances by a pitcher for each club

 

The Rangers have signed right-handed reliever Jason Frasor to a one-year deal with a base salary of $1.5 million. He is expected to fit into a middle-relief role, appearing ahead of new setup reliever Josh Lindblom.

The significance of this deal is that no pitcher has appeared in more games on the mound for the Blue Jays than Frasor’s 505. The Jays current active leader is Casey Janssen with 283, so he has a ways to go.

Here are the all-time pitching games appeared leader for each team, followed by the active pitcher currently on the team

Yankees: Mariano Rivera 1051, Andy Pettitte 417

Padres: Trevor Hoffman 902, Luke Gregerson 290

Pirates: Roy Face 802, Tony Watson 111

Twins (Senators): Walter Johnson 802, Glen Perkins 215

Braves: Phil Niekro 740, Eric O’Flaherty 276

Mets: John Franco 695, Bobby Parnell 249

Royals: Jeff Montgomery 686, Tim Collins 140

White Sox: Red Faber 669, Matt Thornton 472

Giants: Gary Lavelle 647, Sergio Romo 276

Red  Sox: Bob Stanley 637, Daniel Bard 209

Cubs: Charlie Root 605, Carlos Marmol 452

Indians: Mel Harder 582, Rafael Perez 338

Angels: Troy Percival 579, Jered Weaver 207

Astros: Dave Smith 563, Wesley Wright 232

Orioles: Jim Palmer 558, Jim Johnson 286

Cardinals: Jesse Haines 554, Jason Motte 282

Dodgers: Don Sutton 550, Chad Billingsley 217

Tigers: John Hiller 545, Justin Verlander 232

Reds: Pedro Borbon 531, Bronson Arroyo 233

Phillies: Robin Roberts 529, Cole Hamels 212

Rangers: Kenny Rogers 528, Neftali Feliz 162

A’s: Dennis Eckersley 525, Jerry Blevins 214

Blue Jays: Jason Frasor 505, Casey Janssen 283

Rockies: Steve Reed 461, Matt Belisle 254

Mariners: Jeff Nelson 432, Felix Hernandez 238

Nationals (Expos): Tim Burke 425, Tyler Clippard 267

Marlins: Braden Looper 368, Ricky Nolasco 195

Brewers: Dan Plesac 365, John Axford 206

Rays: Esteban Yan 266, J.P. Howell 252

Diamondbacks: Jose Valverde 253, David Hernandez 146

 

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