Thursday, August 13, 2009

Strikeout/Home Run Ratio (2009 and Historical)

There are 40 players in MLB with 20+ HR this year:

Ranking by Strikeout/Home Run:





Top 10 - 2009
Albert Pujols (Cardinals): 1.20 (1.54 Career)
Joe Mauer (Twins): 2.19 (4.36)
Justin Morneau (Twins): 2.50 (3.21)
Ian Kinsler (Rangers): 2.65 (3.67)
Aaron Hill (Blue Jays): 2.67 (5.67)
Mark Teixeira (Yankees): 2.79 (3.33)
Raul Ibanez (Phillies): 2.81 (4.12)
Adrian Gonzalez (Padres): 2.82 (4.12)
Kendry Morales (Angels): 2.96 (3.51)
Alex Rodriguez (Yankees): 3.04 (2.97)

Bottom 10 - 2009
Jason Bay (Red Sox): 4.38 (4.83 Career)
Carlos Pena (Rays): 4.54 (4.90)
Russell Branyan (Mariners): 4.59 (5.77)
Kevin Youkilis (Red Sox): 4.60 (5.68)
Jayson Werth (Phillies): 4.61 (6.62)
Jim Thome (White Sox): 4.86 (4.07)
Dan Uggla (Marlins): 4.90 (5.08)
Justin Upton (D-Backs): 5.10 (7.02)
Ryan Howard (Phillies): 5.14 (4.08)
Brandon Inge (Tigers) 5.32 (7.81)

Historical Sample: Career (200 HR)
Joe DiMaggio: 1.02
Ted Williams: 1.36
Albert Pujols: 1.54
Babe Ruth: 1.86
Barry Bonds: 2.01
Willie Mays: 2.31
Mark McGwire: 2.73
Alex Rodriguez: 2.97
Cal Ripken: 3.02
Mark Teixeira: 3.33
Mike Schmidt: 3.43
Jim Thome: 4.07
Ryan Howard: 4.08

Raul Ibanez: 4.12
Reggie Jackson: 4.61
Paul Molitor: 5.31
Craig Biggio: 6.02
Mike Cameron: 6.83
Devon White: 7.33

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