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Active Leaders & Records for Bases On Balls per 9 IP

Photo of <strong>Jordan Zimmermann</strong> Photo of <strong>Doug Fister</strong> Photo of <strong>Madison Bumgarner</strong> Photo of <strong>Rick Porcello</strong> Photo of <strong>Ricky Nolasco</strong> Photo of <strong>Zack Greinke</strong> Photo of <strong>Chris Sale</strong> Photo of <strong>Phil Hughes</strong> Photo of <strong>Mike Leake</strong> Photo of <strong>Brandon McCarthy</strong> Photo of <strong>Adam Wainwright</strong> Photo of <strong>David Price</strong> Photo of <strong>James Shields</strong> Photo of <strong>Joe Blanton</strong> Photo of <strong>Cole Hamels</strong> Photo of <strong>Jered Weaver</strong> Photo of <strong>Bronson Arroyo</strong> Photo of <strong>Kyle Lohse</strong> Photo of <strong>Clayton Kershaw</strong> Photo of <strong>Johnny Cueto</strong>

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

Statistic Description: 9 x BB / IP For recent years, leaders need 1 IP per team game played

Minimum of 1000 IP, 3000 PA, 500 games (fielding, 500 IP for Ps), 200 stolen base attempts (catchers) or 80 stolen base attempts (baserunners only since 1951) or 100 decisions for career and active leaderboards for rate statistics.