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The 500 Outs Club

by Keith Glab, BaseballEvolution.com
1/19/05 - Updated Through The 2006 Season

In a great season, a hitter might collect 200 hits, hit 40 home runs, or steal 75 bases. But since no one has reached 200 strikeouts in a season yet, what is a good milestone for a really inept season? Well, if you add a player’s at-bats, double plays, caught stealings, and sacrifice flies, then subtract their hits, you get a statistic called Outs Created. In the history of the game, there have been just over 100 seasons in which a player has produced 500 or more outs, and to me they mark a poor season about as accurately as 200 hits marks a great one. Behold, the 500 Outs Club: BaseballEvolution.com - Keith - The 500 Outs Club

 

Five Timers:

Cal Ripken 1985 (504), 1987 (502), 1989 (510), 1992 (500), 1993 (502)

Four Timers:

Bobby Richardson 1961 (523), 1962 (529), 1964 (536), 1965 (527)

Dave Cash 1974 (503), 1975 (507), 1976 (510), 1978 (522)

Jimmy Rollins 2001 (503), 2002 (518), & 2005 (500) 2006 (521)

Juan Pierre 2003 (511), 2004 (507), & 2005 (514), 2006 (532)

Three Timers:

Larry Bowa 1971 (508), 1974 (531), 1976 (504)

Rick Burleson 1977 (505), 1978 (510), 1980 (512)

Omar Moreno 1979 (535) & 1980 (560 )& 1982 (535)

Two Timers:

Maury Wills 1962 (518) & 1965 (517)

Zoilo Versalles 1964 (506) & 1965 (510)

Don Kessinger 1968 (526) & 1969 (507)

Bert Campaneris 1968 (503) & 1972 (520)

Felix Millan 1969 (512) & 1975 (527)

Sandy Alomar Sr. 1971 (535) & 1972 (536)

Rennie Stennett 1974 (516) & 1976 (515)

Frank Taveras 1978 (515) & 1979 (545)

Ozzie Smith 1979 (504) & 1980 (520)

Juan Samuel 1984 (532) & 1985 (522)

Vince Coleman 1985 (500) & 1988 (500)

Ruben Sierra 1987 (515) & 1989 (515)

Joe Carter 1989 (511) & 1990 (513)

Jay Bell 1990 (500) & 1992 (503)

Doug Glanville 1998 (511) & 2000 (500)

Alfonso Soriano 2002 (516) & 2003 (506)

 

One Timers:

Tom Brown 1892 (510)

Rabbit Maranville 1916 (501)

Hughie Critz 1930 (505)

Woody Jensen 1936 (526)

Doc Cramer 1941 (501)

Red Shoendienst 1947 (511)

Granny Hamner 1949 (521)

Brooks Robinson 1961 (517)

Jake Wood 1961 (515)

Bill Moran 1962 (501)

Ken Hubbs 1962 (532)

Dick Groat 1962 (505)

Bill Virdon 1962 (527)

Curt Flood 1964 (500)

Luis Aparicio 1966 (512)

Lou Brock 1967 (512)

Bill Mazeroski 1967 (501)

Horace Clarke 1970 (542)

Matty Alou 1970 (503)

Ron Metzger 1972 (528)

Robin Yount 1976 (515)

Rusty Staub 1978 (505)

Ron Leflore 1978 (501)

Enos Cabell 1978 (501)

Warren Cromartie 1979 (508)

Buddy Bell 1979 (507)

Alfredo Griffin 1980 (533)

Jim Rice 1984 (515)

Steve Garvey 1985 (502)

Bill Buckner 1985 (505)

Kirby Puckett 1985 (521)

Tony Fernandez 1986 (503)

Travis Fryman 1992 (512)

Marquis Grissom 1992 (502)

Mike Devereaux 1992 (504)

Sammy Sosa 1997 (514)

Nomar Garciaparra 1997 (502)

Derek Jeter 1997 (500)

Alex Rodriguez 1998 (505)

Carlos Beltran 1999 (504)

Christian Guzman 2000 (501)

Johnny Damon 2001 (507)

Tony Batista 2003 (514)

Cesar Izturus 2004 (507)

Scott Podsednik 2004 (511)

Brian Roberts 2004 (502)

Jose Reyes 2005 (536)

Michael Young 2006 (512)

Jeff Francoeur 2006 (507)

 




Disagree with something? Got something to add? Wanna bring up something totally new? Keith resides in Chicago, Illinois and can be reached at keith@baseballevolution.com.

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