Thursday, May 10, 2007

plunks by inning by team

Last week, we saw that the Cincinnati Reds are the all time leader in plunking Craig Biggio in relief pitching appearances, so it's not surprising that the Reds also hold the records for plunking Biggio in the 7th inning or later, and plunking Biggio in extra innings. The Reds have hit Biggio with 9 pitches in the 7th or later, 1 ahead of the Cubs in that split, and the Reds are the only team against whom Biggio has been plunked twice in extra innings. They hold the record for plunking Biggio in the 3rd, 8th and 12th inning, and are tied for the lead in 10th inning Biggio plunks. The Rockies, of course, hold the record for plunking Biggio the most in a particular inning, with 10 first inning plunks. (Not in the same game... that would be a record.)

Here's an inning by inning list of the teams which have plunked Biggio the most:

InningTop teams in plunking Biggio
1
Rockies - 10
Cardinals - 10
Mets - 5
Reds - 5
Giants - 5
2
Rockies -2
Marlins - 2
Padres - 2
Cardinals -2
3
Reds - 6
Rockies - 5
Cardinals - 5
Mets - 3
Pirates -3
Cubs - 3
Giants -3
4
Rockies - 4
Pirates - 3
Brewers - 3
5
Rockies - 6
Marlins - 4
Brewers - 4
Pirates - 4
Cardinals - 4
6
Cubs - 3
Giants - 3
Expos/Nats -3
Cardinals - 2
Phillies - 2
Pirates -2
Dodgers - 2
7
Cubs - 5
Expos - 3
Mets - 3
Phillies - 3
Pirates - 3
Padres - 3
Giants - 3
Cardinals - 3
8
Reds - 5
Rockies - 2
Braves -2
Dodgers - 2
Pirates -2
Brewers -2
Rangers - 2
9
Cubs - 2
Padres -2
10
Reds - 1
Mets - 1
Padres - 1
11
Cardinals -1
12
Reds -1
13
Braves -1



Here are Biggio's overall HBPs per inning, including wins and losses in those games:
InningHBP:BGOWins-LossesWin Pct.
15633-230.589
21613-30.813
34121-200.512
42718-90.667
53726-110.703
6229-130.409
73823-150.605
82611-150.423
9144-100.286
1031-20.333
1110-10
1211-01
1311-01

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1 Comments:

At 5/10/2007 07:20:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Biggio is batting and getting plunked in the 2nd inning, well of course things are going well for the Astros since Biggio has been a lead off hitter for so long, so that the winning percentage is greater than 0.800 is no suprise. Having a leadoff batter at bat in the 2nd inning is always a good sign.

 

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