Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Phillies' Three-Year Runs

Phillies records in 2009-10-11 when each player scored a run.

Phillies' Three-Year Runs

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The Phillies have fared well in games in which Shane Victorino scores a run. (Michael Bryant/Staff Photographer)
The Phillies have fared well in games in which Shane Victorino scores a run. (Michael Bryant/Staff Photographer)
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About a month ago, we were asked for the Phillies' record over the 2009-10-11 seasons when each player scored a run.

Here they are (pitchers not included), ranked by total wins when scoring a run:

Player 2009 2010 2011 Total
Shane Victorino     57-19     49-13     56-17     162-49
Ryan Howard 57-21 45-18 50-13 152-52
Chase Utley 65-21 41-11 36-  7 142-39
Jimmy Rollins 61-19 31-  6 48-14 140-39
Raul Ibanez 50-21 46-17 34-11 130-49
Jayson Werth 54-21 54-20 108-41
Carlos Ruiz 21-  6 28-  6 30-12 79-24
Placido Polanco 44-15 31-  8 75-23
Wilson Valdez 24-11 24-  8 48-19
Pedro Feliz 40-11 40-11
Ben Francisco 4-  4 13-  5 17-  3 34-12
John Mayberry Jr.     4-  3 2-  2 23-  8 29-13
Hunter Pence 25-2 25-  2
Brian Schneider 12-  3 10-  0 22-  3
Domonic Brown 5-  2 17-  5 22-  7
Michael Martinez 17-  5 17-  5
Greg Dobbs 7-  6 7-  4 14-10
Russ Gload 8-  6 2-  1 10-  7
Paul Bako 9-  2 9-  2
Eric Bruntlett 9-  4 9-  4
Matt Stairs 9-  6 9-  6
Mike Sweeney 6-  1 6-  1
Cody Ransom 5-  0 5-  0
Juan Castro 5-  1 5-  1
Pete Orr 5-  1 5-  1
Dane Sardinha 2-  2 3-  2 5-  4
Paul Hoover 3-  0 3-  0
Miguel Cairo 3-  2 3-  2
Lou Marson 2-  1 2-  1
Andy Tracy 1-  0 1-  0
Brian Bocock 1-  1 1-  1
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