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Image above: Hall of Fame plaque of Cal Ripken. Courtesy Wikipedia Commons. Right: 1921 Team, then known as the St. Louis Browns. Courtesy Library of Congress.

St. Louis Browns Team 1921, Baltimore Orioles franchise

Best Seasons Ever

1871-2016 (Regular Season)
Batting and Pitching. Previous Names of Franchise: Milwaukee Brewers (MLA) 1901; St. Louis Browns (SLA) 1902-1953.



BATTING

Rank Last Name First Year Team Lg HR RBI Ave. Age PEVA
1 Robinson Frank 1966 BAL AL 49 122 0.316 31 42.918
2 Stone George 1906 SLA AL 6 71 0.358 30 42.914
3 Murray Eddie 1984 BAL AL 29 110 0.306 28 37.406
4 Ripken Cal, Jr. 1984 BAL AL 27 86 0.304 24 35.874
5 Ripken. Cal, Jr. 1991 BAL AL 34 114 0.323 31 35.853
6 Ripken Cal, Jr. 1983 BAL AL 27 102 0.318 23 31.713
7 Sisler George 1920 SLA AL 19 122 0.407 27 31.637
8 Murray Eddie 1983 BAL AL 33 111 0.306 27 28.889
9 Davis Chris 2013 BAL AL 53 138 0.286 27 28.855
10 Robinson Brooks 1964 BAL AL 28 118 0.317 27 28.302
11 Williams Ken 1922 SLA AL 39 155 0.332 32 27.478
12 Singleton Ken 1979 BAL AL 35 111 0.295 32 26.973
13 Singleton Ken 1977 BAL AL 24 99 0.328 30 26.828
14 Murray Eddie 1982 BAL AL 32 110 0.316 26 26.525
15 Clift Harlond 1938 SLA AL 34 118 0.290 26 26.044
16 Gentile Jim 1961 BAL AL 46 141 0.302 27 25.625
17 Murray Eddie 1985 BAL AL 31 124 0.297 29 24.922
18 Anderson Brady 1996 BAL AL 50 110 0.297 32 24.626
18 Robinson Frank 1967 BAL AL 30 94 0.311 32 24.064
20 Clift Harlond 1937 SLA AL 29 118 0.306 25 23.969


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PITCHING

Rank Last Name First Year Team Lg W L SV IP ERA Age PEVA
1 Palmer Jim 1975 BAL AL 23 11 1 323.0 2.09 30 36.388
2 Shocker Urban 1922 SLA AL 24 17 3 348.0 2.97 32 36.261
3 Palmer Jim 1976 BAL AL 22 13 0 315.0 2.51 31 32.669
4 Cuellar Mike 1969 BAL AL 23 11 0 290.7 2.38 32 32.370
5 Boddicker Mike 1984 BAL AL 20 11 0 261.3 2.79 27 29.576
6 Palmer Jim 1970 BAL AL 20 10 0 305.0 2.71 25 26.828
7 Mussina Mike 1992 BAL AL 18 5 0 241.0 2.54 24 25.430
8 Mussina Mike 1995 BAL AL 19 9 0 221.7 3.29 27 25.181
9 McNally Dave 1970 BAL AL 24 9 0 296.0 3.22 28 23.420
10 Palmer Jim 1977 BAL AL 20 11 0 319.0 2.91 32 22.845
11 Cuellar Mike 1970 BAL AL 24 8 0 297.7 3.48 33 22.342
12 Flanagan Mike 1979 BAL AL 23 9 0 265.7 3.08 28 21.747
13 Mussina Mike 1994 BAL AL 16 5 0 176.3 3.06 26 21.206
14 Shocker Urban 1921 SLA AL 27 12 4 326.7 3.55 31 20.956
15 Palmer Jim 1973 BAL AL 22 9 1 296.3 2.40 28 20.679
16 McNally Dave 1968 BAL AL 22 10 0 273.0 1.95 26 20.047
17 O'Dell Billy 1958 BAL AL 14 11 8 221.3 2.97 26 19.683
18 Stewart Lefty 1930 SLA AL 20 12 0 271.0 3.45 30 19.662
19 Gray Dolly 1929 SLA AL 18 15 1 305.0 3.72 32 19.648
20 Potter Nels 1945 SLA AL 15 11 0 255.3 2.47 34 19.161
  • What is PEVA?

    PEVA is the acronym for Stat Geek Baseball's New Player Rating value. This grade is given to each player and pitcher each season, rating their performance on a peer to peer review. Six components for pitchers and batters are melded together into the PEVA Rating, which ranges each year from 0.200 to 64.000. For more information on PEVA and the other new Stat Geek Baseball Stats, see our Definitions page. PEVA ratings are available for every pitcher and hitter in baseball history.

    PEVA Scale

    64.000 - Maximum
    32.000 - Cy Young/MVP Candidate
    20.000 - All League
    15.000 - All-Star Level
    10.000 - Very Good
    3.500 - Average
    0.200 - Minimum


Notes: Photo/Image Credits: Baseball painting, Walter Johnson, Grover Cleveland Alexander, Ty Cobb, and Christy Mathewson. Library of Congress.

Note: Note: Age represents Age at the end of the calendar year. Top 20 Players (up to) above 10.000 PEVA-B or PEVA-P.

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