Comments on: Part Time Bangers This and that about baseball stats. Tue, 16 Jul 2013 17:01:55 +0000 hourly 1 By: spartanbill Fri, 30 Nov 2007 12:23:39 +0000 Thanks for looking into thaty Oscar. I was expecting a more interesting list, but you are right it is kind of blah.

By: OscarAzocar Fri, 30 Nov 2007 00:48:05 +0000 Spartanbill you're criteria don't return anything all that interesting.
PA between 100 and 300 and OPS+ yields 5 teams with 3 players from 1922 or before and the 1984 NL Philadelphia Phillies (Sixto Lezcano / Tim Corcoran / Jeff Stone)

There are a slew of teams with 2 players.

Lowering the minimum to 75 lets in some more modern teams with 3
2006 NL Washington Nationals Daryle Ward / Ryan Church / Alex Escobar
1996 AL Cleveland Indians Jeromy Burnitz / Brian Giles / Kevin Seitzer
1984 NL Philadelphia Phillies Sixto Lezcano / Tim Corcoran / Jeff Stone
1973 AL Texas Rangers Bill Sudakis / Tom Grieve / Bill Madlock
1953 AL New York Yankees Don Bollweg / Bill Renna / Andy Carey
as well as some more preWWII teams

By: OscarAzocar Fri, 30 Nov 2007 00:36:28 +0000 What did you accomplish by setting the positions the way you did?

By: spartanbill Thu, 29 Nov 2007 23:53:26 +0000 I would love to see this list with a minimum number of AB or PA as well. On the 77 Yankees, Cliff Johnson had 168 PA had 27,18,5, and 4 PA respectivly.

As for the 75 Red Sox, I never heard of Kim Andrew and Andy Merchant; not a suprise since as Andrew's career spanned 2 games, while Merchant played a single game in 1975, and had a grand total of 3 in his career.

I realize Steve's interest don't parallel mine, but I think if you lowered the qualifying OPS to 130 or so, and made sure eveyone had at least 75 or 100 PA

By: MogulMan Thu, 29 Nov 2007 23:50:45 +0000 How about having a minimum for PA?

By: David in Toledo Thu, 29 Nov 2007 23:05:34 +0000 Great topic to show the capabilities of Play Index!

A great bench year may help create a pennant winner. Walt Judnich had an ob% of .411 in 274 plate appearances for the 1948 Cleveland Indians.

Gates Brown's OPS+ for the 1968 Tigers was 234, in a pitcher's year!