New Records for Pinch Hitters

This article was written by L. Robert Davids

This article was published in the 1977 Baseball Research Journal


    Baseball rules were amended in 1891 to allow for substitute batters for other than emergency conditions. That was 86 years ago; yet, from a recordkeeping standpoint, there are still many gaps regarding the performance of pinch hitters on a seasonal and a career basis. What pinch hitter had the most doubles, triples, or total bases in a season or a career? Who had the best slugging average or the most RBIs? With the help of such veteran researchers as Cliff Kachline, Leonard Gettelson, John Tattersall and Seymour Siwoff, we are coming up with some of the answers.

    There were two participants in the 1976 campaign who called attention to pinch hitting records and thereby stimulated this research. One was Jose Morales of Montreal, who set new season records for appearances (82), at bats (78), and hits (25). The other was little noticed Tommy Davis, the “have bat, will travel” veteran of 10 major league clubs. Usually thought of as a designated hitter, Davis went 8 for 21 as a pinch hitter in 1976 and has quietly built up a lifetime pinch hit average of .3 20, the all-time high. More about that later.

    First, a discussion of Morales and season marks. How good was the Montreal mauler in 1976? Well, his 25 hits in 78 at bats gave him a .320 percentage. For a heavy duty performer, this is a solid average.  However, it does not compare with several other performers of the past. For those players with at least 40 at bats, Frenchy Bordagaray batted .465 on 20 hits in 43 at bats in 1938, and Jose Pagan hit .450 on 19 hits in 42 at bats in 1969.

    What kind of hits did Morales have in 1976? He had only 8 extra base hits. His 5 doubles were no threat to the 8 collected by Vic Davalillo of the Cardinals in 1970, or the 7 by Dave Philley of the Orioles in 1961. Those were the years when Davalillo and Philley each collected 24 pinch hits, the record Morales broke with 25. None of those 25 hits went for three bases. While pinch triples are indeed rare, Ham Hyatt had 3 for Pittsburgh in 1909, and Davalillo had 3 in 1970.

    Morales had three timely home runs in 1976, but Johnny Frederick of the Dodgers had six in 1932, and several other players hit five in one season. Consequently Jose hit for 39 total bases, still a little shy of the 41 by Davalillo in 1970 and the 40 by Jerry Lynch in 1961.

    The Expo pinch hitter fared better as a run producer. He knocked in 24, only one off the record of 25 by Lynch in 1961 and Joe Cronin in 1934. The Red Sox Manager was particularly productive considering that he went to bat only 42 times. Of course, he had those two 3-run pinch homers, one in each game of a twinbill on June 17. Smoky Burgess batted in 24 runs for the White Sox in 1965, for the American League high.

    Morales had only 4 walks in 1976 compared to the record of 18 established by Elmer Valo for the Yankees and Senators in 1960.  Before leaving the season pinch hit records it would be appropriate to mention two outstanding performances. One is Dave Philley’s feat of collecting 8 consecutive pinch hits from September 9 to 28 in 1958 with the Phils. He added another in his first time up as a substitute hitter in 1959. The other notable feat was by the aforementioned Johnny Frederick in 1932. He collected 9 hits in 29 at bats, which is not that great a batting average (.310); however, 8 of his 9 hits went for extra bases, including 6 homers and 2 doubles. This gave him 29 total bases in 29 at bats for an even 1.000 slugging mark.

    Here are some of the top season marks by pinch hitters, with the asterisk indicating the record holder in a particular category.

 

Year

Pinch hitter & Team

Games

AR

Hits

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

BB

Avg.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1976

Jose Morales, Mont.

82*

78*

25*

5

0

3

24

39

4

.320

1970

VicDavalillo,StL.

76

73

24

8*

3*

1

20

41*

3

.333

1961

Dave Phiiley, Bait.

79

72

24

7

0

0

18

31

4

.333

1960

Elmer Valo, NY-Wash.

81

59

14

3

0

0

16

17

18*

.239

1961

Jerry Lynch, Cm.

59

47

19

4

1

5

25*

40

12

0.404

1965

Smoky Burgess, Chi.

77

65

20

4

0

2

24

30

11

.308

1943

Joe Cronin, Boston

49

42

18

4

0

5

25*

37

7

.429

1938

Fr. Bordagaray, Bkn.

48

43

20

3

0

0

8

23

4

.465*

1932

John Frederick, Bkn.

30

29

9

2

0

6*

13

29

1

.310

1909

Ham Hyatt, Pitt.

40

37

9

2

3*

0

6

17

2

.243

 

    Moving now to career marks for pinch hitters, we find that Smoky Burgess, because of his long service as a substitute batter, is the leader in most departments. He appeared in the most games, 585, had the most at bats, an even 500, by far the most hits, 144, by far the most doubles, 27, and by far the most runs batted in, 142. In fact, he is the only pinch hitter with more than 100 RBIs. He had 16 pinch homers, but Jerry Lynch was tops there with 18. In his 18 years as a substitute batter, the amply proportioned catcher never hit a pinch triple. Ham Hyatt and Gates Brown each hit five.

    Burgess also scored very few runs, because once he got on base he was frequently pulled for a pinch runner. Of course, he was feared as a batter and he received 71 walks, but he is not the leader in that category. Elmer Valo, who had the season high of 18 bases on balls, got on base 91 times with free passes. Ironically, he got on base 90 times with hits, which is a very unusual career ratio.

    What was Smoky’s pinch batting average? Considering the great number of times he batted in the clutch, it was very good at .288.  This is shown by a listing of the ten players most frequently used as pinch hitters.

 

Bat.

Pinch Hitter

AB

Hits

Avg.

 

 

 

 

 

L

Smoky Burgess

500

144

.288

L

Jerry Lynch

447

116

.260

L

Red Lucas

437

114

.261

L

Gates Brown

421

106

.252

L

Elmer Valo

386

90

.233

R

Manny Mota

384

108

.281

L

Tito Francona

365

81

.222

S

Dave Philley

311

93

.299

L

Dalton Jones

310

81

.261

L

Enos Slaughter

306

77

.254

 

    Most of those averages seem pretty low for a player to continue to be called on in the clutch. One argument might be that if a batter hit especially well as a pinch hitter, a regular place would be found for him in the lineup. Then in the case of some one like Valo, he was inserted as much to get on base as to drive in a run. And Lynch, Brown, and Burgess could break up a game with a home run. Why are the most frequently used pinch hitters left hand batters for the most part?  Simply because they are two steps closer to first base. It doesn’t necessarily mean that they are better batters.

    Lowering the plate appearances to around 150, we find a different set of subs hitting for average. More of these hit from the right side.  Tommy Davis, well traveled former NL batting champ, has the highest batting average (.320) in this expanded group, and Jose Morales, at the height of his career as a substitute batsman, ranks high on the list.

 

Bat.

Pinch Hitter

AB

Hits

Avg.

 

 

 

 

 

R

Tommy Davis

197

63

.320

L

Clint Courtney

147

46

.313

R

Fr. Bordagaray

173

54

.312

R

Virgil Davis

146

45

.308

L

Frank Baumholtz

153

47

.307

R

Jose Morales

158

48

.304

S

Red Schoendienst

185

56

.303

R

Bob Fothergill

253

76

.300

S

Dave Philley

311

93

.299

L

Ted Easterly

152

45

.296

L

Harvey Hendrick

173

51

.295

L

Smoky Burgess

500

144

.288

 

    Burgess still ranks among the all-time leaders in spite of his 500 at bats, but the pinch hitter who deserves the plaudits is Tommy Davis, who compiled his .320 mark in a period when batting marks were generally low. And he produced quietly and efficiently as he went from club to club and league to league.

    In the course of review of pinch hitting, enough information was obtained to correct one of the legends. Most of the stories on this subject state that John McGraw popularized pinch hitting by his use of Moose McCormick as a substitute batter. McCormick did not make any impression as a pinch hitter until 1912 when he collected 11 hits in 30 trips for the Giants. The real pioneer in pinch hitting was Dode Criss of the Browns. In 1908 he had 12 hits in 41 trips, which was almost double the use of any pinch hitter before. He also led the next three years.

    In 1909, Ham Hyatt made a big splash with the Pirates, getting three triples. In 1913 he had three pinch homers. Remember, that was the dead ball era. In 1913 Hyatt had 15 pinch hits, but the Phils had a batter named Doc Miller who went 20 for 56. That was the record for pinch hits which stood for almost 20 years. In 1917 Bill Rumler of the Browns got 16 hits in 71 trips. That was the most at bats for a pinch batter until Sam Leslie had 22 hits in 72 appearances for the Giants in 1932.

    Many of the pinch hit leaders were not well known players. Only occasionally will you see the name of a big star on the way up or down like Mel Ott, Bill Terry, Chuck Klein, Paul Waner, Sam Crawford, Eddie Collins, and Joe Cronin. Instead there will be players like Jack Bentley, John McCarthy, Herschel Bennett, Chubby Dean, Ron Northey, and Joe Schultz Jr. and Joe Schultz Sr., the unheralded but evenly productive father-son combination. Sometimes pitchers show up as pinch hit leaders. The obvious one was Red Lucas, who for many years held the record for most pinch hits. But there also was Al Orth, Lynn Nelson, George Uhle, Schoolboy Rowe, Red Ruffing, et. al.

    One final qualifier on research in this area. Pinch hitting records are very difficult to authenticate. In the early days substitute batters sometime didn’t even get into the box score. Occasionally pinch hitters stayed in the game after doing their initial stickwork. It was not always clear whether the one hit the batter collected was as a pinch hitter or as a leftfielder. Then there is the matter of a pinch hitter coming up twice in a big inning and possibly getting a hit his second time. Vic Davalillo did this during the 1970 season, but the second hit he made was taken away from him because “he was batting for himself.” This ruling has now been accepted by both leagues, so all those second at bats and hits are no longer considered pinch appearances and hits.  They should be deleted retroactively. What a mess! Gates Brown had one of these situations in 1963 when he hit a three-run double in a second PH appearance in one inning. So scratch 1 AB, 1 double, and 3 RBI from his record. Also, the Records Committee has ruled that when one designated hitter bats for another (usually when opposite throwing pitchers are switched), his first at bat in that capacity is as a pinch hitter. Those cases are not so easy to identify.

    The late Ford Sawyer of the Boston Globe did a lot of pioneering working on pinch hitting. Ernie Lanigan did some early work in this area. So did John Tattersall, but it took second place to home runs. The people working on the Macmillan Encyclopedia in 1969 made a tremendous effort. But discrepancies abound among individual efforts, the encyclopedias and the guides. This research effort has not been able to resolve all those problems, but in spite of the discrepancies, we thought a listing of the yearly leaders would be worthwhile and would give some recognition to the long neglected substitute batter. For the pinch average since 1920 we have tried to use a minimum of 20 at bats. However if one batter was 8 for 17 and another 8 for 21, we would be flexible and logical enough to list the batter with the best average.

The listings for each major league follow on the next pages.

 

NATIONAL LEAGUE PINCH HIT LEADERS, 1900-76

Year

At Bats

 Pinch Hits

Pinch Average

 

 

 

 

1900

Shad Barry 14

Mike Donlin 4

Mike Donlin 4-10

1901

Bill Dinneen 11

Duke Farrell 3

Duke Farrell 3-4

 

 

Pop Schriver 3

 

1902

Mike O’Neill 12

Frank Kitson 3

Frank Kitson 3-7

 

Doe Gessler 12

 

 

1903

Red Doom  9

John Dunleavy 4

Fr. Bowerman 3-4

 

John Dunleavy 9

 

 

1904

Frank Roth 12

Frank Roth 4

Frank Roth 4-12

1905

Otto Krueger 16

Sammy Strang 8

Sammy Strang 8-14

1906

John Lush 14

Fred Clarke 5

Fred Clarke 5-7

1907

Sammy Strang 19

Fred Osborn 7

Fred Osborn 7-19

 

Fred Osborn 19

 

 

1908

E. Courtney 17

Ed Phelps 7

Ed Phelps 7-12

1909

Ham Hyatt 37

Ham Hyatt 9

Chief Meyers 8-24

1910

Ward Miller 40

Ward Miller 11

Al Burch 7-18

1911

Beals Becker 26

Pat Flaherty 6

Pat Flaherty 6-17

1912

M. McCormick 30

M. McCormick 11

Rog. Bresnahan 7-14

1913

Doe Miller 56

Doe Miller 20

Ward Miller 8-13

1914

Ham Hyatt 58

Ham Hyatt 14

Josh Devore 11-25

1915

Dan Costello 46

Dan Costello 14

Red Murray 8-17

1916

Art Butler 54

Art Butler 13

Frank Snyder 5-13

1917

Tom Clarke 27

Tom Clarke 9

Harry Wolter 7-16

1918

M. Fitzgerald 30

M. Fitzgerald 8

M. Fitzgerald 8-30

1919

Joe Schultz 31

Joe Schultz 8

Verne Clemons 5-10

1920

Fred Nicholson 38

Fred Nicholson 12

Cl. Mitchell 6-18

 

 

Cliff Cravath 12

 

1921

Babe Twombly 38

Babe Twombly 15

Joe Schultz 6-18

1922

Rube Bressler 43

Rube Bressler 13

Joe Schultz 8-22

1923

Earl Smith 35

Jack Bentley 10

Jack Bentley 10-20

1924

Bill Terry 38

Earl Smith 10

Earl Smith 10-21

1925

Jack Bentley 28

Jack Bentley 9

Frank Gibson 7-15

 

Cotton Tierney 28

 

 

1926

Chick Tolson 40

Chick Tolson 14

W. Christensen 7-18

1927

Melvin Ott 46

Danny Clark 12

Jack Fournier 8-19

1928

Joe Harris 42

Jack Smith 9

Jack Smith 9-25

1929

Pat Crawford 44

Red Lucas 13

Ervin Brame 10-21

1930

Red Lucas 39

Red Lucas 14

Cy Williams 8-16

1931

Red Lucas 60

Red Lucas 15

Ethan Allen 8-14

1932

Sam Leslie 72

Sam Leslie 22

Dave Barbee 8-19

1933

Harry McCurdy 52

Harry McCurdy 15

Joe Mowry 7-20

1934

Pat Crawford 43

Pat Crawford 11

Harry Danning 8-16

1935

E. Lombardi 36

Harry Mowrey 10

Joe Mowry 10-30

1936

Sid Gautreaux 55

Sid Gautreaux 16

Jim Ripple 9-19

1937

Red Lucas 37

Red Lucas 9

John Moore 7-20

 

 

Les Scarcella 9

 

1938

Han Maggert 43

Fr. Bordagaray 20

Fr. Bordagaray 2043

 

Fr. Bordagaray 43

 

 

1939

Jim Ripple 38

Chuck Klein 11

Chuck Klein 11-26

1940

John McCarthy 43

John McCarthy 11

John Rucker 8-20

1941

Ken O’Dea 42

Ed Stewart 10

Ed Stewart 10-25

 

 

Garms-Riggs 10

 

1942

Rip Russell 31

D. Dallesandro 9

Lew Riggs 9-21

 

 

Lew Riggs 9

 

1943

Lynwood Rowe 49

Lynwood Rowe 15

Paul Waner 10-21

1944

Al Rubeling 41

Paul Waner 12

lloyd Waner 7-18

 

 

Lou Novikoff 12

 

1945

Rene Monteagudo 52

R. Monteagudo 18

R. Monteagudo 18-52

1946

Babe Young 32

Bob Sheffing 7

Bob Sheffing 7-19

 

 

Chuck Workman 7

 

 

 

Jim Brown 7

 

1947

Chas. Gilbert 40

Fr. McCormick 13

Ron Northey 11-25

1948

John McCarthy 45

John McCarthy 13

Pete Reiser 10-21

1949

Don Mueller 42

Dixie Walker 13

Jim Bloodworth 8-15

1950

Eddie Kazak 42

Dick Whitman 12

Pete Castiglione 8-24

1951

Bill Nicholson 36

Phil Cavarretta 12

Phil Cavarretta 12-33

 

 

Bobby Addis 12

 

1952

Geo. Wilson 43

Harry Lowrey 14

Harry Lowrey 14-27

1953

Harry Lowrey 59

Harry Lowrey 21

Bobby Hofman 13-34

1954

Joe Frazier 62

Joe Frazier 20

Dusty Rhodes 15-45

1955

Bill Taylor 60

Bill Taylor 15

Frank Baumholtz 15-37

 

 

Frank Bauinholtz 15

 

1956

Bob Skinner 54

Frank Baumholtz 14

Ed Bailey 8-13

1957

Jim Bolger 48

Jim Bolger 17

Pete Whisenant 8-20

1958

Chuck Tanner 53

Dave Philley 18

Bob Bowman 13-31

1959

George Crowe 63

George Crowe 17

Irv Noren 12-29

1960

Jerry Lynch 66

Jerry Lynch 19

Smoky Burgess 9-20

1961

Bob Will 52

Jerry Lynch 19

Jerry Lunch 1947

1962

R. Schoendienst 72

R. Schoendienst 22

Lee Walls 13-27

1963

Matty Alou 45

Merrit Ranew 17

Charles James 10-18

1964

Cap Peterson 55

Ty Cline 14

Ty Cline 14-39

1965

Jesse Gonder 52

Bob Skinner 15

George Freese 9-24

1966

Jerry Lynch 49

Chuck Huller 15

Manny Mota 10-26

 

Doug Clemens 49

 

 

1967

Doug Clemens 54

Manny Jiminez 12

Bob Johnson 12-31

 

 

Bob Johnson 12

 

1968

Manny Jiminez 53

Fred Whitfield 11

Julio Gotay 8-25

1969

Fred Whitfield 51

Jose Pagan 19

Jose Pagan 19-42

1970

Vie Davalillo 73

Vic Davilillo 24

Jim Fairey 14-37

1971

Jim Stewart 48

Bob Burda 14

Willie Crawford 8-19

 

Bob Burda 48

 

 

1972

Jim Fairey 55

Jim Howarth 13

Manny Mota 10-25

1973

Ken Boswell 51

Mike Rogodzinski 16

Fr. Tepedino 9-24

1974

Terry Crowley 52

Ed Kranepool 17

Ed Kranepool 17-35

 

 

Tony Taylor 17

 

1975

Tony Taylor 54

Jose Morales 15

Rod Gilbreath 10-25

 

 

Champ Summers 15

Jay Johnstone 10-25

1976

Jose Morales 78

Jose Morales 25

Bruce Boisclair 12-21

 

AMERICAN LEAGUE PINCH HIT LEADERS, 1901-76

Year

At Bats

 Pinch Hits

Pinch Average

 

 

 

 

1901

Jim Callahan 10

Callahan-Schreck 3

Ossee Schreck 3-9

1902

Jim Callahan 12

Harry Gleason 3

Harry Gleason 3-8

1903

J. Stahl-Hoffman 11

Stahl-Hoffman 5

Stahl-Hoffman 5-1 1

1904

Duke Farrell 11

Seven with 2

Jim McGuire 2-2

1905

Ike Van Zandt 18

Ike Van Zandt 4

Ed McFarland 4-9

 

 

Ed McFarland 4

 

1906

Joe Yeager 18

H. Wakefield 9

H. Wakefield 9-16

1907

Chas. Hickman 22

John Hoey 8

John Hoey 8-18

1908

Dode Criss 41

Dode Criss 12

Cliff Cravath 6-14

1909

Dode Criss 24

Dode Criss 7

Al Orth 5-13

 

Chas Hemphill 24

 

 

1910

Dode Criss 44

Dode Criss 7

E. Gardner 4-14

1911

Dode Criss 38

Dode Criss 9

Frank Lange 8-19

1912

Ted Easterly 30

Ted Easterly 13

Ted Easterly 13-30

1913

Ted Easterly 37

Jack Lelivelt 12

Germ. Schaefer 11-21

1914

Wally Rehg 36

Regh-E. Walker 10

Ernie Walker 10-29

1915

Ray Caidwell 33

John Kavanagh 10

John Kavanagh 10-20

1916

John Kavanagh 46

Sam Crawford 8

Sam Crawford 8-15

1917

Bill Rumler 71

Bill Rumler 16

Ed Murphy 12-32

1918

Ham Hyatt 21

Jack Graney 7

Jack Graney 7-18

1919

Ray Demmit 27

Ed Murphy 8

Ed Murphy 8-21

1920

Sammy Hale 52

Sammy Hale 17

Ed Murphy 13-33

1921

Chick Shorten 37

Chick Shorten 9

B. LeBourveau 9-16

 

 

B. LeBourveau 9

 

1922

Dan Clark 36

Tris Speaker 9

Tris Speaker 9-17

1923

Amos Strunk 39

Amos Strunk 12

Elmer Smith 11-21

1924

Phil Todt 30

George Uhie 11

George UhIe 11-26

1925

Tex Vache 49

Walter French 13

Hersch Bennett 9-16

1926

Johnny Neun 42

Hersch Bennett 12

Hersch Bennett 12-26

 

 

Johnny Neun 12

 

1927

Eddie Collins 34

Eddie Collins 12

Wally Schang 7-18

1928

Guy Sturdy 44

Guy Sturdy 10

Tate-Hargrave 9-25

1929

Bob Fothergill 53

Bob Fothergill 19

Dick Porter 9-20

1930

Falk-Fothergill 34

Bibb Falk 13

Jimmy Reese 10-20

1931

Tom Winsett 52

Falk-Jolley 14

Smead Jolley 14-30

1932

Dave Harris 43

Dave Harris 14

Billy Rhiel 13-27

1933

Bing Miller 30

Jo Jo White 10

Cliff Bolton 9-22

 

Earl Webb 30

 

 

1934

Bing Miller 33

Bing Miller 10

Fr. Bordagaray 8-12

1935

Bing Miller 43

Bing Miller 13

Red Ruffing 8-18

1936

Ed Coleman 62

Ed Coleman 20

Chubby Dean 13-34

1937

Lynn Nelson 38

Nelson-Goslin 9

Ethan Allen 8-23

 

 

Rosenthal 9

 

1938

Taft Wright 39

Taft Wright 13

Taft Wright 13-39

1939

Lou Finney 40

Lou Finney 13

Chubby Dean 10-26

1940

Odell Hale 40

Chet Laabs 14

Chet Laabs 14-35

1941

Dee Miles 45

Dee Miles 15

Dee Miles 15-45

1942

Chas Gehringer 39

Chas Gehringer 11

Don Ross 8-22

1943

Rip Radcliff 44

Joe Cronin 18

Joe Cronin 18-42

1944

Jim Grant 32

Bill Lefebvre 10

Jeff Heath 9-22

1945

Joe Schultz 35

Joe Schultz 11

Joe Schultz 11-35

1946

George Binks 35

Joe Schultz 10

Joe Schultz 10-23

1947

Joe Schultz 38

Bobby Brown 9

Bobby Brown 9-27

 

 

Roger Cramer 9

 

1948

Joe Schultz 37

Hal Peck 8

Sherry Robertson 7-16

1949

Mizell Platt 34

Buddy Lewis 9

Buddy Lewis 9-24

1950

G. Goldsberry 39

G. Goldsberry 12

G. Goldsberry 12-39

1951

Charles Keller 38

Keller-Stewart 9

Johnny Mize 9-19

 

 

F. Baker-J. Mize 9

 

1952

Earl Rapp 54

Rapp-T. Wright 10

Mike Kryhoski 9-26

1953

Johnny Mize 61

Johnny Mize 19

Johnny Pesky 13-30

1954

Eddie Robinson 49

Eddie Robinson 15

Bob Cerv 10-28

 

 

 

Enos Slaughter 11-31

1955

Dale Mitchell 45

Enos Slaughter 16

Elmer Valo 14-31

1956

Ernie Oravetz 49

Ron Nor they 15

Ron Northey 15-39

1957

Julio Becquer 65

Julio Becquer 18

Dave Philley 12-29

1958

Enos Slaughter 47

Gus Zernial 15

Gus Zernial 15-38

1959

Julio Becquer 56

Julio Becquer 12

Gene Woodling 10-18

1960

Bob Hale 63

Bob Hale 19

Vic Wertz 10-18

1961

Dave Philley 72

Dave Philley 24

Don Dillard 15-35

1962

Joe Hicks 61

Vic Wertz 17

Dick Williams 13-31

1963

Bob Sadowski 50

Dick Williams 16

George Alusik 9-19

1964

Bob Johnson 45

Bob Johnson 15

Willie Smith 10-23

1965

Smoky Burgess 65

Smoky Burgess 20

Fred Whitfield 9-18

1966

Smoky Burgess 66

Smoky Burgess 21

Tim Talton, 10-25

1967

Smoky Burgess 60

Dalton Jones 13

Frank Kostro 9-23

 

 

Rich Reese 13

 

1968

Leon Wagner 46

Gates Brown 18

Gates Brown 18-39

1969

Rich Scheinblum 54

Pete Ward 17

Pete Ward 17-46

1970

Tito Francona 59

Tito Francona 15

Dalton Jones 11-29

1971

Gomer lodge 68

Gomer lodge 16

Rich McKinney 11-19

1972

Steve Hovley 37

Al Kaline 10

Al Kaline 10-24

 

 

Felipe Alou 10

 

1973

Winston Llenas 56

Winston Llenas 16

Gail Hopkins 7-19

1974

Gates Brown 53

Gates Brown 16

Bob Hanson 14-35

1975

Jim Holt 43

Jim Holt 10

Doug Griffin 8-16

 

 

Walt Williams 10

 

1976

Ben Oglivie 39

Ben Oglivie 9

Tommy Davis 8-21

 

 

Ken McMullen 9

 

 

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