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Active Leaders & Records for Adj. Pitching Runs

Photo of <strong>Clayton Kershaw</strong> Photo of <strong>Felix Hernandez</strong> Photo of <strong>CC Sabathia</strong> Photo of <strong>Cole Hamels</strong> Photo of <strong>Zack Greinke</strong> Photo of <strong>Justin Verlander</strong> Photo of <strong>Adam Wainwright</strong> Photo of <strong>Jon Lester</strong> Photo of <strong>Francisco Rodriguez</strong> Photo of <strong>Joe Nathan</strong> Photo of <strong>Jonathan Papelbon</strong> Photo of <strong>Bartolo Colon</strong> Photo of <strong>Johnny Cueto</strong> Photo of <strong>Jered Weaver</strong> Photo of <strong>Jake Peavy</strong> Photo of <strong>David Price</strong> Photo of <strong>Chris Sale</strong> Photo of <strong>Max Scherzer</strong> Photo of <strong>John Lackey</strong> Photo of <strong>Matt Cain</strong>

+ - Indicates Hall of Famer. Bold indicates active player.

Statistic Description: Adjusted Pitching Runs A set of formulas developed by Gary Gillette, Pete Palmer and others that estimates a pitcher’s total contributions to a team’s runs total via linear weights. 0.0 is an avg performance, <0 is worse than avg and >0 is better than avg