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Portrait of Chuck Finley

Chuck Finley PAngels

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Career Summary
Years IP W L SV SO ERA WARP
17 3197.3 200 173 0 2610 3.85 37.4
Birth Date11-26-1962
Height6' 6"
Weight220 lbs
BatsL
ThrowsL
WARP Summary

Standard

YEAR TEAM AGE G GS IP IP-SP IP-RP W L SV BS QS BQS PA H R ER HR TB BB UBB HBP SO ERA FIP FRA VORP WARP
1986 CAL 23 25 0 46.3 0.0 46.3 3 1 0 0 0 0 198 40 17 17 2 52 23 22 1 37 3.30 3.31 3.85 6.5 0.7
1987 CAL 24 35 3 90.7 13.0 77.7 2 7 0 3 1 0 405 102 54 47 7 146 43 40 3 63 4.67 4.01 4.46 12.2 1.2
1988 CAL 25 31 31 194.3 194.3 0.0 9 15 0 0 15 3 831 191 95 90 15 279 82 75 6 111 4.17 4.04 4.75 4.1 0.4
1989 CAL 26 29 29 199.7 199.7 0.0 16 9 0 0 21 3 827 171 64 57 13 245 82 82 2 156 2.57 3.40 3.93 19.8 2.2
1990 CAL 27 32 32 236.0 236.0 0.0 18 9 0 0 24 3 962 210 77 63 17 303 81 78 2 177 2.40 3.30 3.90 23.6 2.5
1991 CAL 28 34 34 227.3 227.3 0.0 18 9 0 0 21 2 955 205 102 96 23 323 101 100 8 171 3.80 4.16 4.35 19.0 2.0
1992 CAL 29 31 31 204.3 204.3 0.0 7 12 0 0 17 4 885 212 99 90 24 324 98 96 3 124 3.96 4.59 5.03 3.0 0.3
1993 CAL 30 35 35 251.3 251.3 0.0 16 14 0 0 25 1 1065 243 108 88 22 349 82 81 6 187 3.15 3.70 4.30 31.4 3.2
1994 CAL 31 25 25 183.3 183.3 0.0 10 10 0 0 13 3 774 178 95 88 21 283 71 71 3 148 4.32 4.28 4.28 32.6 3.1
1995 CAL 32 32 32 203.0 203.0 0.0 15 12 0 0 16 2 880 192 106 95 20 298 93 92 7 195 4.21 3.98 4.78 29.7 2.9
1996 CAL 33 35 35 238.0 238.0 0.0 15 16 0 0 18 6 1037 241 124 110 27 370 94 89 11 215 4.16 4.24 4.82 36.9 3.5
1997 ANA 34 25 25 164.0 164.0 0.0 13 6 0 0 13 3 690 152 79 77 20 237 65 65 5 155 4.23 4.12 4.75 19.7 1.9
1998 ANA 35 34 34 223.3 223.3 0.0 11 9 0 0 18 2 976 210 97 84 20 319 109 108 6 212 3.39 4.03 4.21 38.3 3.6
1999 ANA 36 33 33 213.3 213.3 0.0 12 11 0 0 18 3 913 197 117 105 23 309 94 92 8 200 4.43 4.16 4.65 38.2 3.6
2000 CLE 37 34 34 218.0 218.0 0.0 16 11 0 0 19 1 936 211 108 101 23 323 101 98 2 189 4.17 4.28 5.31 18.7 1.5
2001 CLE 38 22 22 113.7 113.7 0.0 8 7 0 0 9 3 495 131 78 70 14 211 35 35 2 96 5.54 3.99 4.97 15.7 1.5
2002 CLE 39 18 18 105.3 105.3 0.0 4 11 0 0 9 1 458 114 56 52 6 157 48 45 0 91 4.44 3.44 4.10 21.4 2.2
2002 SLN 39 14 14 85.3 85.3 0.0 7 4 0 0 10 1 351 69 41 36 7 110 30 27 1 83 3.80 3.09 4.21 11.9 1.1
Career5244673197.33073.3124.02001730326741136383069151713663044638133212967626103.853.964.52382.537.4

Advanced

'opp' stats - Quality of opponents faced - have been moved and are available only as OPP_QUAL in the Statistics reports now.
Minor league stats are currently shownClick to hide.
YEAR Team Lg G GS IP FRA FRA+ TAv oppAVG oppOBP oppSLG oppTAv BABIP PPF PVORP PWARP VORP WARP
1985 SLO A- 18 0 29.0 0.00 0 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
1986 CAL MLB 25 0 46.3 3.85 111 .253 .260 .327 .401 .265 .281 93 6.5 0.7 6.5 0.7
1986 QUD A 10 0 12.0 0.00 0 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
1987 CAL MLB 35 3 90.7 4.46 106 .275 .264 .332 .420 .266 .329 96 12.2 1.2 12.2 1.2
1988 CAL MLB 31 31 194.3 4.75 88 .272 .257 .321 .389 .264 .285 96 4.1 0.4 4.1 0.4
1989 CAL MLB 29 29 199.7 3.93 106 .249 .256 .316 .377 .259 .275 97 19.8 2.2 19.8 2.2
1990 CAL MLB 32 32 236.0 3.90 108 .243 .259 .323 .391 .262 .282 97 23.6 2.5 23.6 2.5
1991 CAL MLB 34 34 227.3 4.35 98 .262 .260 .325 .393 .263 .279 95 19.0 2.0 19.0 2.0
1992 CAL MLB 31 31 204.3 5.03 82 .289 .261 .327 .388 .265 .297 98 3.0 0.3 3.0 0.3
1993 CAL MLB 35 35 251.3 4.30 108 .247 .264 .332 .405 .261 .288 98 31.4 3.2 31.4 3.2
1994 CAL MLB 25 25 183.3 4.28 117 .250 .272 .344 .437 .269 .296 98 32.6 3.1 32.6 3.1
1995 CAL MLB 32 32 203.0 4.78 107 .252 .269 .341 .427 .266 .304 100 29.7 2.9 29.7 2.9
1996 CAL MLB 35 35 238.0 4.82 110 .253 .275 .347 .437 .267 .310 99 36.9 3.5 36.9 3.5
1997 ANA MLB 25 25 164.0 4.75 102 .244 .268 .333 .422 .261 .297 97 19.4 1.9 19.7 1.9
1997 LEL A+ 2 2 9.0 0.00 0 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .250 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
1998 ANA MLB 34 34 223.3 4.21 113 .259 .272 .339 .436 .268 .302 95 39.1 3.8 38.3 3.6
1999 ANA MLB 33 33 213.3 4.65 109 .248 .273 .345 .437 .263 .296 96 38.5 3.6 38.2 3.6
2000 CLE MLB 34 34 218.0 5.31 98 .242 .272 .342 .436 .261 .303 98 21.0 2.0 18.7 1.5
2001 CLE MLB 22 22 113.7 4.97 100 .270 .261 .323 .416 .254 .337 101 15.7 1.5 15.7 1.5
2001 AKR AA 2 2 11.0 0.00 0 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2002 CLE MLB 18 18 105.3 4.10 116 .261 .264 .326 .418 .260 .345 101 21.8 2.2 21.4 2.2
2002 SLN MLB 14 14 85.3 4.21 107 .227 .249 .316 .392 .249 .270 101 10.8 1.1 11.9 1.1

Statistics For All Levels

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Year Team Lg W L SV G GS IP H BB SO HR GB% BABIP H/9 BB/9 HR/9 K/9 WHIP ERA VORP WARP
1985 SLO A- 3 1 5 18 0 29.0 34 10 32 1 0% .000 10.6 3.1 0.3 9.9 1.52 4.66 0.0 0.0
1986 CAL MLB 3 1 0 25 0 46.3 40 23 37 2 50% .281 7.8 4.5 0.4 7.2 1.36 3.30 6.5 0.7
1986 QUD A 1 0 6 10 0 12.0 4 3 16 0 0% .000 3.0 2.2 0.0 12.0 0.58 0.00 0.0 0.0
1987 CAL MLB 2 7 0 35 3 90.7 102 43 63 7 50% .329 10.1 4.3 0.7 6.3 1.60 4.67 12.2 1.2
1988 CAL MLB 9 15 0 31 31 194.3 191 82 111 15 44% .285 8.8 3.8 0.7 5.1 1.40 4.17 4.1 0.4
1989 CAL MLB 16 9 0 29 29 199.7 171 82 156 13 44% .275 7.7 3.7 0.6 7.0 1.27 2.57 19.8 2.2
1990 CAL MLB 18 9 0 32 32 236.0 210 81 177 17 46% .282 8.0 3.1 0.6 6.8 1.23 2.40 23.6 2.5
1991 CAL MLB 18 9 0 34 34 227.3 205 101 171 23 43% .279 8.1 4.0 0.9 6.8 1.35 3.80 19.0 2.0
1992 CAL MLB 7 12 0 31 31 204.3 212 98 124 24 44% .297 9.3 4.3 1.1 5.5 1.52 3.96 3.0 0.3
1993 CAL MLB 16 14 0 35 35 251.3 243 82 187 22 45% .288 8.7 2.9 0.8 6.7 1.29 3.15 31.4 3.2
1994 CAL MLB 10 10 0 25 25 183.3 178 71 148 21 43% .296 8.7 3.5 1.0 7.3 1.36 4.32 32.6 3.1
1995 CAL MLB 15 12 0 32 32 203.0 192 93 195 20 51% .304 8.5 4.1 0.9 8.6 1.40 4.21 29.7 2.9
1996 CAL MLB 15 16 0 35 35 238.0 241 94 215 27 51% .310 9.1 3.6 1.0 8.1 1.41 4.16 36.9 3.5
1997 ANA MLB 13 6 0 25 25 164.0 152 65 155 20 47% .297 8.3 3.6 1.1 8.5 1.32 4.23 19.7 1.9
1997 LEL A+ 0 0 0 2 2 9.0 5 4 12 0 0% .250 5.0 4.0 0.0 12.0 1.00 2.00 0.0 0.0
1998 ANA MLB 11 9 0 34 34 223.3 210 109 212 20 46% .302 8.5 4.4 0.8 8.5 1.43 3.39 38.3 3.6
1999 ANA MLB 12 11 0 33 33 213.3 197 94 200 23 49% .296 8.3 4.0 1.0 8.4 1.36 4.43 38.2 3.6
2000 CLE MLB 16 11 0 34 34 218.0 211 101 189 23 59% .303 8.7 4.2 0.9 7.8 1.43 4.17 18.7 1.5
2001 CLE MLB 8 7 0 22 22 113.7 131 35 96 14 56% .337 10.4 2.8 1.1 7.6 1.46 5.54 15.7 1.5
2001 AKR AA 1 1 0 2 2 11.0 7 2 11 0 0% .000 5.7 1.6 0.0 9.0 0.82 0.82 0.0 0.0
2002 CLE MLB 4 11 0 18 18 105.3 114 48 91 6 63% .345 9.7 4.1 0.5 7.8 1.54 4.44 21.4 2.2
2002 SLN MLB 7 4 0 14 14 85.3 69 30 83 7 54% .270 7.3 3.2 0.7 8.8 1.16 3.80 11.9 1.1

Plate Discipline

YEAR PITCHES ZONE_RT SWING_RT CONTACT_RT Z_SWING_RT O_SWING_RT Z_CONTACT_RT O_CONTACT_RT SW_STRK_RT

Injury History

Date On Date Off Transaction Days Games Side Body Part Injury Severity Surgery Date Reaggravation
2001-06-26 2001-08-09 60-DL 44 40 - Neck Spasms -
2001-05-29 2001-06-20 15-DL 22 19 - Neck Spasms - -
1997-08-20 1997-09-29 60-DL 40 37 Left Wrist Sprain - -
1997-04-02 1997-04-15 15-DL 13 11 Right Face Fracture Orbital Bone - -
1992-04-07 1992-04-22 15-DL 15 14 Left Hyperextension Big Toe - -
1991-12-05 1991-12-05 Off 0 0 Left Surgery Big Toe 1991-12-05 -
1989-08-22 1989-09-15 15-DL 24 22 Left Foot Sprain - -

Compensation

Year Team Salary
2002 CLE $7,911,948
2001 CLE $9,666,667
2000 CLE $8,666,667
YearsDescriptionSalary
3 yrPrevious$26,245,282
3 yrTotal$26,245,282

 

Service TimeAgentContract Status
14 y 134 d3 yr/$27M (00-02)

Details
  • acquired in trade from CLE 7/02
  • STL p/u $1.5M of 02 salary
  • signed as a free agent from AN after 99

2014 Preseason Forecast

Last Update: 3/11/2014 05:35 ET

PCT W L SV G GS IP H BB SO HR BABIP WHIP ERA FRA VORP WARP
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Diagnostics

Breakout Rate Improve Rate Collapse Rate Attrition Rate MLB %
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Upside By Year

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Comparable Players (Similarity Index )

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BP Annual Player Comments

YearComment
2003 Finley still throws hard on his better days, and still has a nifty splitter (hey, arenít throwing those supposed to ruin a guyís career?). After coming over, he gave the Cards the six innings and three runs for a quality start ten times in 14 games (with two QSs being lost after the 6th), and shutting out the Snakes into the 7th in the divisional series. The Cardinals took a hard line with him in winter negotiations, which was unfortunate for both parties. Like a lot of free agents this winter, Finley overplayed his hand. He should have taken what the Cardinals offered, because there arenít that many rotation slots on contenders available. Meanwhile, the Cards are going into the season counting on a lot of ciphers in the rotation. Nobodyís going to give him another three-year deal again, and thatís not the end of the world.
2002 Like Dave Burba's year, Chuck Finley's performance reflected the declining Indians' defense as much as it reflected his own poor pitching. Minor owies are beginning to crop up; he's nearing the end but can still help a team willing to work around the injuries. For 150 innings, he can be a very good pitcher.
2001 Chuck Finley had a better year than John Hart should have expected. Nevertheless, Hart is disappointed. Like Barry Bonds, Finley wonít get credit for his clutch performance down the stretch; he made six quality starts in seven tries in September, including two on three daysí rest.
2000 The Angelsí decision to hold on to Finley at the trade deadline was inexplicable, predicated on the idea that they would sign him before he went on the market. They didnít, he did and now the Angels donít even have Enrique Wilson to show for him. Remember, these guys are the professionals. Finley has never had a major arm injury and his peripherals are the same year-in and year-out. Heís a good signing for the Indians for 2000. Beyond that, heís a question mark.
1999 Dammit, THIS is the year he falls apart! Honest...I swear...he's lost it...really.... Having underrated Finley ever since the strike ended, I have to admit he's been consistent at a level I didn't think he could maintain. He's stayed healthy--his shortened 1997 was the result of a fluke injury--and given the Angels quality innings every year for the last ten. Sometimes, being wrong doesn't feel bad at all. Collins rode him very hard last year, and he wore down in September, so keep an eye on him: if he ever does slide, I don't think it will be a slow decline.
1998 Iím stubbornly clinging to the belief that heís three months from a collapse. If youíre patient enough to get ahead in the count, you can hit him. Chews people up when he gets ahead, though. Pitches very well with a lead. Strikeout and walk data has been consistently good for years. Injury that ended his year was not arm-related (freak hand break), so thatís not a concern.... I still think heís just about done.
1997 One of the most underrated players in baseballĖChuck is a very effective and durable starting pitcher whoís spent his entire career on teams that hit like Carol Channing. A good bet to maintain his level of performance for some time, and you can also assume that when he pitches, Terry Collins will choose that day to make Jorge Fabregas the DH.
1996  A great #2 starter, but with Langston slipping, he's a #1 now, and he's probably not going to improve much. He's as consistent as they come without ever being dominant. Eats innings like popcorn, throws lots of pitches and stays healthy. One of these things probably has to give, and at 33, it'll probably be an elbow or a shoulder. Maybe one year left at this level.

BP Articles

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The Lineup Card: Eight Memorable Final-Week StorylinesBaseball Prospectus2014-09-17
BP Unfiltered: The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate RaritiesRussell A. Carleton2014-07-30
This article requires BP Premium accessWhat You Need to Know: July 28, 2014Daniel Rathman2014-07-28
Perfect Game Presents: The Baseball Draft: A 50-Year Retrospective, Part TwoAllan Simpson2014-06-09
This article requires BP Premium accessWhat You Need to Know: Taking Three Teams' Playoff TemperaturesDaniel Rathman2013-09-03
This article requires BP Premium accessIn A Pickle: Not All Stars Are All-StarsJason Wojciechowski2013-02-14
This article requires BP Premium accessWestern Front: Zeroes and OnesGeoff Young2013-01-15
BP Unfiltered: Tim Lincecum and the Worst Regular Seasons By Playoff StartersBen Lindbergh2012-09-28
This article requires BP Premium accessProspectus Hit and Run: Beware of Falling PayrollsJay Jaffe2012-02-06
This article requires BP Premium accessProspectus Hit and Run: The Keltner All-Stars, Part IIJay Jaffe2012-01-16
This article requires BP Premium accessDivide and Conquer, NL East: The Curious Case of Javier VazquezMichael Jong2011-09-06
This article requires BP Premium accessProspectus Hit and Run: Dandy Andy Bows OutJay Jaffe2011-02-04
Prospectus Q&A: J.T. SnowDavid Laurila2011-01-14
This article requires BP Premium accessSeidnotes: What Did Brown Do for You?Eric Seidman2010-08-20
Manufactured Runs: By Land, Sea, and AirColin Wyers2010-08-04
This article requires BP Premium accessPlayoff Prospectus: Yankees versus Angels LCSEric Seidman2009-10-16
This article requires BP Premium accessProspectus Today: The Left WingJoe Sheehan2009-08-19
This article requires BP Premium accessChecking the Numbers: Matchup DoppelgangersEric Seidman2009-07-31
This article requires BP Premium accessEvery Given Sunday: Big Apple ScrambleJohn Perrotto2008-08-17
This article requires BP Premium accessEvery Given Sunday: Bronx Breakdowns and ReboundsJohn Perrotto2008-06-29
Lies, Damned Lies: The Smoking Gun?Nate Silver2008-02-14
This article requires BP Premium accessThe Class of 2008: The Starting PitchersJay Jaffe2008-01-03
Prospectus Today: My BallotJoe Sheehan2007-12-28
This article requires BP Premium accessEvery Given Sunday: Holiday GiftsJohn Perrotto2007-12-23
This article requires BP Premium accessProspectus Matchups: The FreshmenJim Baker2007-11-30
This article requires BP Premium accessFuture Shock: How the Red Sox Were BuiltKevin Goldstein2007-10-10
This article requires BP Premium accessPlayer Profile: Coco CrispMarc Normandin2007-01-03
This article requires BP Premium accessProspectus Matchups: Those Sinister DuosJim Baker2006-03-17
This article requires BP Premium accessProspectus Matchups: Passel of PitchersJim Baker2005-07-29
This article requires BP Premium accessProspectus Matchups: Bye-Bye R.A. Dickey EditionJim Baker2004-08-24
This article requires BP Premium accessCan Of Corn: Elite Pitchers' Minor League CareersDayn Perry2003-07-09
Prospectus Triple Play: Chicago White Sox, St. Louis Cardinals, Texas RangersBaseball Prospectus2003-06-24
Prospectus Triple Play: Chicago White Sox, Houston Astros, Milwaukee Brewers, Oakland A's, St. Louis Cardinals, Texas RangersBaseball Prospectus2003-05-27
This article requires BP Premium accessUnder The Knife: The Need for SpeedWill Carroll2003-05-05
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This article requires BP Premium accessPECOTA Preview: The National LeagueNate Silver2003-03-26
This article requires BP Premium accessProspectus Today: Lefty-Heavy RotationsJoe Sheehan2003-03-14
This article requires BP Premium accessProspectus Today: Leaving Scouting to the ExpertsJoe Sheehan2003-03-10
Prospectus Feature: That's the Chicago WayKeith Scherer2003-01-24
Prospectus Feature: The 1987 Free Agent MarketNate Silver2003-01-14
Internet Baseball Awards: Pitcher of the YearGreg Spira2002-10-23
Playoff Prospectus: St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Francisco GiantsChristina Kahrl2002-10-09
Playoff Prospectus: St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Francisco GiantsJonah Keri2002-10-09
The Week in Quotes: September 23-29Derek Zumsteg2002-09-30
Prospectus Feature: Touring the Minors: Organizational Overview of the St. Louis CardinalsKeith Scherer2002-08-07
Transaction Analysis: July 29, 2002Christina Kahrl2002-07-31
Transaction Analysis: July 28, 2002Christina Kahrl2002-07-30
Transaction Analysis: July 15-21, 2002Christina Kahrl2002-07-24
The Week in Quotes: July 15-21, 2002Derek Zumsteg2002-07-22
This article requires BP Premium accessDoctoring The Numbers: Defense in ColoradoRany Jazayerli2002-07-16
This article requires BP Premium accessThe Colon Trade: Rebuilding on the ReservationDeric McKamey2002-07-02
This article requires BP Premium accessTransaction Analysis: June 6-8, 2002Christina Kahrl2002-06-10
Prospectus Feature: Aim for the Head: Dropping the Worst StartsKeith Woolner2002-05-03
Transaction Analysis: April 23-24, 2002Christina Kahrl2002-04-26
This article requires BP Premium accessThe Daily Prospectus: Spring NotesJoe Sheehan2002-03-11
This article requires BP Premium accessThe Daily Prospectus: The Daily Prospectus: No Hope, No FaithDaniel Rathman2002-03-05
Internet Baseball Awards: Player of the YearBaseball Prospectus2000-11-03
Internet Baseball Awards: Pitcher of the YearBaseball Prospectus2000-11-02
My IBA Ballot: Our Staff Makes the CallKeith Woolner2000-10-24
1998 Internet Baseball Awards Results: Your ballots have been counted, and the results are inGreg Spira1998-10-29
1997 Internet Baseball Awards‚ĄĘ Results: Your ballots have been counted, and the results are inGreg Spira1997-11-10


BP Chats

DateQuestionAnswer
2008-07-24 13:00:00 (link to chat)Love your writing, Christina -- you're the reason I started subscribing to BP last year! Rauch aside, it seems like the trade price for relievers it too damn high while the return is too damn variable. Why don't you see more teams trying to convert their best pitching prospects into half-season relievers (i.e., Chamberlain and Masterson)? Or are a lot of them doing it and I'm just too far on the East Coast to notice it?
(Dan from (Newton, MA))
Thank you Dan, I'll hope to live up to that commitment. It can be too high, yes, and yes, I'd like to see more in-season conversions of that type. Steven would tell you a Stengel story about how Casey would pick his best arms and run with, but so too would Earl Weaver, or Bobby Cox (take a look at Jimmy Key's rookie season) or Gene Mauch (ditto, but with Chuck Finley). The more you let yourself get zombified by our contemporary fixation on role-playing, the more you become the creature of that habit. (Christina Kahrl)
2008-01-08 14:00:00 (link to chat)my prediction: Goose in. Rice misses by an extremely small margin. Much, much bleating commences over the voters who submitted blanks to protest roids users, thus depriving the "deserving" pre-roids slugger.
(TomH from Lexington Park MD)
The Goose is Loose! He gets 85.8 percent, and he's the only one who gets in on this ballot.

Rice falls just shy at 72.2 percent, setting him up for a 15th-year push.

Raines 24.3 percent. Oh is that ugly.

Player Total Votes Percentage Rich Gossage 466 85.8% Jim Rice 392 72.2% Andre Dawson 358 65.9% Bert Blyleven 336 61.9% Lee Smith 235 43.3% Jack Morris 233 42.9% Tommy John 158 29.1% Tim Raines 132 24.3% Mark McGwire 128 23.6% Alan Trammell 99 18.2% Dave Concepcion 88 16.2% Don Mattingly 86 15.8% Dave Parker 82 15.1% Dale Murphy 75 13.8% Harold Baines 28 5.2% Rod Beck 2 0.4% Travis Fryman 2 0.4% Robb Nen 2 0.4% Shawon Dunston 1 0.2% Chuck Finley 1 0.2% David Justice 1 0.2% Chuck Knoblauch 1 0.2% Todd Stottlemyre 1 0.2%
Jose Rijo 0 0% Brady Anderson 0 0% (Jay Jaffe)


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