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1995 AL Pitching Leaders

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AL Pitching Leaders

    Wins Above Replacement--all 1. Johnson • SEA 8.6 2. Valentin • BOS 8.3 3. Martinez • SEA 7.0 4. Cone • 2TM 7.0 5. Belle • CLE 7.0 6. Knoblauch • MIN 6.7 7. Salmon • CAL 6.6 8. Williams • NYY 6.4 9. Mussina • BAL 6.1 10. Thome • CLE 5.9 WAR for Pitchers 1. Johnson • SEA 8.6 2. Cone • 2TM 7.0 3. Mussina • BAL 6.1 4. Rogers • TEX 5.8 5. Leiter • TOR 5.7 Martinez • CLE 5.7 7. Wakefield • BOS 5.0 8. Wells • DET 4.6 9. Appier • KCR 4.6 10. Gubicza • KCR 4.4 Earned Run Average 1. Johnson • SEA 2.48 2. Wakefield • BOS 2.95 3. Martinez • CLE 3.08 4. Mussina • BAL 3.29 5. Rogers • TEX 3.38 6. Cone • 2TM 3.57 7. Brown • BAL 3.60 8. Leiter • TOR 3.64 9. Abbott • 2TM 3.70 10. Gubicza • KCR 3.75 Wins 1. Mussina • BAL 19 2. Johnson • SEA 18 Cone • 2TM 18 4. Rogers • TEX 17 5. Wakefield • BOS 16 Hershiser • CLE 16 Nagy • CLE 16 8. Appier • KCR 15 Hanson • BOS 15 Langston • CAL 15 Finley • CAL 15 McDowell • NYY 15 Win-Loss % 1. Johnson • SEA .900 2. Hanson • BOS .750 3. Hershiser • CLE .727 Nagy • CLE .727 5. Rogers • TEX .708 6. Martinez • CLE .706 7. Cone • 2TM .692 8. Langston • CAL .682 9. Mussina • BAL .679 10. Clemens • BOS .667 Wakefield • BOS .667 Stottlemyre • OAK .667 Walks & Hits per IP 1. Johnson • SEA 1.045 2. Mussina • BAL 1.069 3. Martinez • CLE 1.176 4. Brown • BAL 1.178 5. Wakefield • BOS 1.183 6. Appier • KCR 1.207 7. Hershiser • CLE 1.207 8. Cone • 2TM 1.234 9. Rogers • TEX 1.288 10. Fernandez • CHW 1.301 Hits per 9 IP 1. Johnson • SEA 6.677 2. Appier • KCR 7.286 3. Wakefield • BOS 7.510 4. Mussina • BAL 7.593 5. Cone • 2TM 7.653 6. Leiter • TOR 7.967 7. Brown • BAL 8.095 8. Hershiser • CLE 8.121 9. Pavlik • TEX 8.170 10. Hitchcock • NYY 8.287 Bases On Balls per 9 IP 1. Mussina • BAL 2.030 2. Martinez • CLE 2.214 3. Radke • MIN 2.337 4. Brown • BAL 2.507 5. Gubicza • KCR 2.616 6. Johnson • SEA 2.729 7. Hershiser • CLE 2.743 8. Hanson • BOS 2.845 9. Fernandez • CHW 2.872 10. Langston • CAL 2.875 Strikeouts per 9 IP 1. Johnson • SEA 12.345 2. Stottlemyre • OAK 8.800 3. Finley • CAL 8.645 4. Appier • KCR 8.270 5. Leiter • TOR 7.525 6. Cone • 2TM 7.496 7. Nagy • CLE 7.028 8. Fernandez • CHW 7.026 9. Pavlik • TEX 6.997 10. Hanson • BOS 6.702 Games Played 1. Orosco • BAL 65 2. McDowell • TEX 64 3. Ayala • SEA 63 Belinda • BOS 63 Wickman • NYY 63 6. Patterson • CAL 62 Nelson • SEA 62 Mesa • CLE 62 Percival • CAL 62 10. Hernandez • CHW 60 Wetteland • NYY 60 Boever • DET 60 Saves 1. Mesa • CLE 46 2. Smith • CAL 37 3. Hernandez • CHW 32 Aguilera • 2TM 32 5. Montgomery • KCR 31 Wetteland • NYY 31 7. Eckersley • OAK 29 8. Fetters • MIL 22 Jones • BAL 22 10. Russell • TEX 20 Innings Pitched 1. Cone • 2TM 229.1 2. Mussina • BAL 221.2 3. McDowell • NYY 217.2 4. Johnson • SEA 214.1 5. Gubicza • KCR 213.1 6. Stottlemyre • OAK 209.2 7. Rogers • TEX 208.0 8. Fernandez • CHW 203.2 9. Finley • CAL 203.0 10. Sparks • MIL 202.0 Strikeouts 1. Johnson • SEA 294 2. Stottlemyre • OAK 205 3. Finley • CAL 195 4. Cone • 2TM 191 5. Appier • KCR 185 6. Fernandez • CHW 159 7. Mussina • BAL 158 8. McDowell • NYY 157 9. Leiter • TOR 153 10. Pavlik • TEX 149 Games Started 1. Gubicza • KCR 33 2. Mussina • BAL 32 Finley • CAL 32 4. Bosio • SEA 31 Langston • CAL 31 Pavlik • TEX 31 Rogers • TEX 31 Stottlemyre • OAK 31 Appier • KCR 31 Bones • MIL 31 Erickson • 2TM 31 Gordon • KCR 31 Complete Games 1. McDowell • NYY 8 2. Erickson • 2TM 7 Mussina • BAL 7 4. Cone • 2TM 6 Johnson • SEA 6 Wakefield • BOS 6 7. Fernandez • CHW 5 8. Abbott • 2TM 4 Gross • TEX 4 Tewksbury • TEX 4 Appier • KCR 4 Hitchcock • NYY 4 Shutouts 1. Mussina • BAL 4 2. Johnson • SEA 3 3. Martinez • CLE 2 McDowell • NYY 2 Cone • 2TM 2 Erickson • 2TM 2 Fernandez • CHW 2 Gubicza • KCR 2 9. Langston • CAL 1 Pavlik • TEX 1 Finley • CAL 1 Hershiser • CLE 1 Radke • MIN 1 Brown • BAL 1 Rogers • TEX 1 Nagy • CLE 1 Tewksbury • TEX 1 Appier • KCR 1 Bergman • DET 1 Hanson • BOS 1 Ontiveros • OAK 1 Hitchcock • NYY 1 Tapani • MIN 1 Leiter • TOR 1 Wakefield • BOS 1 Abbott • 2TM 1 Johns • OAK 1 Home Runs 1. Radke • MIN 32 2. Gross • TEX 27 3. Rogers • TEX 26 Stottlemyre • OAK 26 Bones • MIL 26 6. Darwin • 2TM 25 McDowell • NYY 25 8. Harkey • 2TM 24 Moore • DET 24 Cone • 2TM 24 Hentgen • TOR 24 Anderson • CAL 24 Mussina • BAL 24 Bases on Balls 1. Leiter • TOR 108 2. Bere • CHW 106 3. Finley • CAL 93 Alvarez • CHW 93 5. Pavlik • TEX 90 Hentgen • TOR 90 7. Gross • TEX 89 Gordon • KCR 89 9. Belcher • SEA 88 Cone • 2TM 88 Hits 1. Hentgen • TOR 236 2. Stottlemyre • OAK 228 3. Gubicza • KCR 222 4. Bones • MIL 218 5. Erickson • 2TM 213 6. Langston • CAL 212 7. Bosio • SEA 211 McDowell • NYY 211 9. Sparks • MIL 210 10. Abbott • 2TM 209 Strikeouts / Base On Balls 1. Johnson • SEA 4.523 2. Mussina • BAL 3.160 3. Stottlemyre • OAK 2.563 4. Fernandez • CHW 2.446 5. Brown • BAL 2.438 6. Hanson • BOS 2.356 7. Appier • KCR 2.313 8. Nagy • CLE 2.279 9. Langston • CAL 2.219 10. Hershiser • CLE 2.177 Home Runs per 9 IP 1. Johnson • SEA 0.504 2. Brown • BAL 0.522 3. Gordon • KCR 0.571 4. Appier • KCR 0.626 5. Abbott • 2TM 0.640 6. Leiter • TOR 0.738 7. Sparks • MIL 0.757 8. Pettitte • NYY 0.771 9. Martinez • CLE 0.818 10. Hanson • BOS 0.820 Losses 1. Moore • DET 15 Gross • TEX 15 Bere • CHW 15 4. Hentgen • TOR 14 Gubicza • KCR 14 Radke • MIN 14 Guzman • TOR 14 8. Lira • DET 13 9. Finley • CAL 12 Belcher • SEA 12 Bones • MIL 12 Gordon • KCR 12 Earned Runs 1. Hentgen • TOR 114 2. Gross • TEX 113 3. Moore • DET 111 4. Bere • CHW 110 5. Radke • MIN 107 6. Stottlemyre • OAK 106 7. Erickson • 2TM 105 8. Sparks • MIL 104 9. Langston • CAL 103 Bones • MIL 103 Wild Pitches 1. Leiter • TOR 14 2. Finley • CAL 13 Bergman • DET 13 4. Wakefield • BOS 11 Hurtado • TOR 11 Stottlemyre • OAK 11 Cone • 2TM 11 8. Bosio • SEA 10 McCaskill • CHW 10 Pavlik • TEX 10 Hit By Pitch 1. Clemens • BOS 14 2. Martinez • CLE 12 3. Wakefield • BOS 9 Brown • BAL 9 5. Roberson • MIL 8 Lira • DET 8 Gross • TEX 8 Appier • KCR 8 9. Scanlan • MIL 7 Boskie • CAL 7 Finley • CAL 7 Batters Faced 1. Cone • 2TM 954 2. McDowell • NYY 927 3. Stottlemyre • OAK 920 4. Hentgen • TOR 913 5. Gubicza • KCR 898 6. Mussina • BAL 882 7. Finley • CAL 880 8. Bones • MIL 877 Rogers • TEX 877 10. Sparks • MIL 875 Games Finished 1. Hernandez • CHW 57 Mesa • CLE 57 3. Wetteland • NYY 56 4. Aguilera • 2TM 51 Smith • CAL 51 6. Ayala • SEA 50 7. Eckersley • OAK 48 8. Jones • BAL 47 9. Montgomery • KCR 46 10. Fetters • MIL 34 Stevens • MIN 34 Adjusted ERA+ 1. Johnson • SEA 193 2. Wakefield • BOS 165 3. Martinez • CLE 152 4. Mussina • BAL 145 5. Rogers • TEX 144 6. Brown • BAL 133 7. Cone • 2TM 131 8. Leiter • TOR 130 9. Gubicza • KCR 127 10. Abbott • 2TM 124 Fielding Independent Pitching 1. Johnson • SEA 2.08 2. Appier • KCR 3.48 3. Brown • BAL 3.49 4. Fernandez • CHW 3.71 5. Hanson • BOS 3.76 6. Mussina • BAL 3.78 7. Finley • CAL 3.94 8. Stottlemyre • OAK 3.99 9. Pettitte • NYY 4.01 10. Cone • 2TM 4.03 Adj. Pitching Runs 1. Johnson • SEA 54 2. Wakefield • BOS 38 3. Mussina • BAL 37 4. Martinez • CLE 33 5. Rogers • TEX 32 6. Cone • 2TM 31 7. Mesa • CLE 26 8. Gubicza • KCR 24 9. Brown • BAL 23 10. Wells • DET 23 Adj. Pitching Wins 1. Johnson • SEA 5.5 2. Wakefield • BOS 3.8 3. Mussina • BAL 3.7 4. Martinez • CLE 3.3 5. Rogers • TEX 3.2 6. Cone • 2TM 3.0 7. Mesa • CLE 2.4 8. Gubicza • KCR 2.3 9. Brown • BAL 2.3 Wells • DET 2.3 Base-Out Runs Saved (RE24) 1. Johnson • SEA 58.79 2. Mussina • BAL 44.70 3. Cone • 2TM 36.51 4. Martinez • CLE 35.74 5. Wakefield • BOS 34.83 6. Nelson • SEA 32.25 7. Appier • KCR 28.85 8. Mesa • CLE 28.73 9. Rogers • TEX 28.29 10. Brown • BAL 27.54 Win Probability Added (WPA) 1. Johnson • SEA 6.5 2. Mesa • CLE 6.1 3. Mussina • BAL 4.5 4. Cone • 2TM 4.1 5. Belinda • BOS 3.8 6. Percival • CAL 3.6 7. Wakefield • BOS 2.9 8. Aguilera • 2TM 2.8 9. Rogers • TEX 2.8 10. Appier • KCR 2.8 Sit. Wins Saved (WPA/LI) 1. Johnson • SEA 6.0 2. Mussina • BAL 4.6 3. Cone • 2TM 3.4 4. Martinez • CLE 3.3 5. Appier • KCR 3.2 6. Brown • BAL 3.1 7. Wakefield • BOS 2.6 8. Percival • CAL 2.4 9. Nelson • SEA 2.0 10. Mesa • CLE 2.0 Base-Out Wins Saved (REW) 1. Johnson • SEA 6.1 2. Mussina • BAL 4.5 3. Cone • 2TM 3.7 4. Martinez • CLE 3.6 5. Wakefield • BOS 3.4 6. Nelson • SEA 3.1 7. Appier • KCR 2.8 8. Mesa • CLE 2.8 9. Rogers • TEX 2.7 10. Brown • BAL 2.7

    A ** by the stat's value indicates the player had fewer than the required number of at bats or plate appearances for the BA, OBP, SLG or OPS title that year. In order to rank the player, the necessary number of hitless at bats were added to the player's season total. The value printed here is their actual value and not the value used to rank them, therefore some numbers may appear out of order.

    For batting rate stats, generally a minimum of 3.1 Plate Appearances/G, 1.0 IP/G, 0.67 Gm and Chances/Team Game (fielding), 0.2 SB att/Team Game (catchers), and 0.1 SB att/Team Game (baserunners only since 1951), and 0.1 decision/G for single-season leaderboards generally needed for rate statistics. For pitcher fielding the minimums are reduced by a third. For LF, CF, RF fielding stats, we only have reliable data since 1908, so all leaders are since 1908. Explanation of min. requirements

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