2003 Season – statistics

6 10 2015

2003 MLB All-Star LogoAll-Star Game:  AL over NL, 7-6 at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago, IL     (Garret Anderson, MVP)

Home Run Derby:  Garret Anderson 22 – beat Albert Pujols, 9-8 in the final     (AL over NL, 47-39)

ALDS:  New York Yankees over Minnesota Twins, 3-1

Boston Red Sox over Oakland A’s, 3-2

2003 World Series programNLDS:  Chicago Cubs over Atlanta Braves, 3-2

Florida Marlins over San Francisco Giants , 3-1

ALCS:  Yankees over Red Sox, 4-3

NLCS:  Marlins over Cubs, 4-3

World Series:  Marlins over Yankees, 4-2

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MVP: AL – Alex Rodriguez, SS, Texas Rangers (.298/47/118, 124 R, .600 SLG)

NL – Barry Bonds, OF, San Francisco Giants (.341/45/90, 148 BB, .529 OBP, .749 SLG, 1.278 OPS)

Cy Young: AL – Roy Halladay, SP, Toronto Blue Jays (22-7/3.25/204, 9 CG, 2 SHO, 266 IP)

NL – Eric Gagne, RP, Los Angeles Dodgers (2-3/1.20/137, 55 SV – ties NL record)

RoY: AL – Angel Berroa, SS, Kansas City Royals (.287/17/73, 21 SB)

NL – Dontrelle Willis SP, Florida Marlins (14-6/3.30/142, 2 SHO)

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MLB Amateur Draft:

Delmon Young Adam JonesDelmon Young, OF, TBD (1st overall pick)

Adam Jones, SS, SEA (1st #37) – 4x Gold Glove, 5x All-Star

Jonathan Papelbon, P, BOS (4th #114) – 6x All-Star, 350+ career SV

Michael Bourn, OF, PHI (4th #115) – 2x Gold Glove, 2x All-Star, 300+ career SB, 3x steals leader

Matt Kemp, OF, LAD (6th #181) – 2x Gold Glove, 2x All-Star, 2011 NL HR & RBI leader, 30-30 in 2011

Ian Kinsler, SS, TEX (17th #496) – 4x All-Star, 30-30 in 2009 and 2011, 300+ career 2B

Max Scherzer, P, STL (43rd #1291 – did not sign) – 3x All-Star, 2013 AL Cy Young, 2013 & 2014 AL W leader

Tim Lincecum, P, CHC (48th #1435 – did not sign) – 4x All-Star, 2008 & 2009 NL Cy Young, 3x K leader

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Hall of Fame:  Eddie Murray, 1B, Baltimore Orioles, Los Angeles Dodgers (1st ballot)

Gary Carter, C, Montreal Expos, New York Mets (6th ballot)

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Batting Leaders:

Avg. (AL) Bill Mueller BOS .326, (NL) Albert Pujols STL .359

HR (AL) Rodriguez TEX 47, (NL) Jim Thome PHI 47

RBI (AL) Carlos Delgado TOR 145, (NL) Preston Wilson COL 141

R (AL) Rodriguez TEX 124, (NL) Pujols STL 137

SB (AL) Carl Crawford TBD 55, (NL) Juan Pierre FLA 65

H (AL) Vernon Wells TOR 215, (NL) Pujols STL 212

Pitching Leaders:

W (AL) Halladay TOR 22, (NL) Russ Ortiz ATL 21

ERA (AL) Pedro Martinez BOS 2.22, (NL) Jason Schmidt SFG 2.34

K (AL) Esteban Loaiza CHW 207, (NL) Kerry Wood CHC 266

SV (AL) Keith Foulke OAK 43, (NL) Gagne LAD 55 – ties NL Record

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Trends and Stats:

6 players above .330 AVG, 2 above .350 AVG

30 players above 30 HR, 10 above 40 HR

37 players above 100 RBI, 6 above 120 RBI

3 players above 50 SB

7 players above 200 H

5 pitchers above 20 W

7 pitchers above 200 K, 1 above 250

8 pitchers below 3.00 ERA, 4 below 2.50

1 pitcher above 250 IP

6 pitchers above 40 SV, 1 above 50 SV

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I’ll post my standard All-Star selections and compare to the silver slugger winners for the year in the next post.

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