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  • BP's Pitcher Abuse Points, 2005 season

    Just for shits and giggles...please, nobody get too fired up about it, or I'll run away and never come back.

    However, we should make fun of the [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/cubs.gif[/img].

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    # NAME YEAR GS NP MAXNP AVGNP PAP MAXPAP AVGPAP CAT_1 CAT_2 CAT_3 CAT_4 CAT_5 STRESS 
    1. Livan Hernandez 2005 35 4,007 150 114.5 499,885 125,000 14,282 5 7 11 9 3 125 
    2. Carlos Zambrano 2005 33 3,558 136 107.8 161,247 46,656 4,886 8 6 15 3 1 45 
    3. Mark Prior 2005 27 2,827 131 104.7 102,881 29,791 3,810 8 9 6 4 0 36 
    4. Aaron Harang 2005 32 3,413 131 106.7 87,131 29,791 2,723 10 8 12 2 0 26 
    5. Barry Zito 2005 35 3,804 124 108.7 86,930 13,824 2,484 7 9 17 2 0 23 
    6. Jason Schmidt 2005 29 3,045 131 105.0 85,111 29,791 2,935 9 10 9 1 0 28 
    7. Doug Davis 2005 35 3,723 125 106.4 80,719 15,625 2,306 7 11 15 2 0 22 
    8. Noah Lowry 2005 33 3,543 128 107.4 72,595 21,952 2,200 6 13 12 2 0 20 
    9. Jason Marquis 2005 32 3,210 132 100.3 66,706 32,768 2,085 15 7 9 1 0 21 
    10. Roy Oswalt 2005 35 3,602 130 102.9 65,198 27,000 1,863 14 12 7 2 0 18 
    11. Casey Fossum 2005 25 2,457 126 98.3 61,082 17,576 2,443 14 3 6 2 0 25 
    12. Jake Peavy 2005 30 3,159 124 105.3 60,795 13,824 2,027 12 6 11 1 0 19 
    13. A.J. Burnett 2005 32 3,296 125 103.0 58,748 15,625 1,836 12 9 9 2 0 18 
    14. Dontrelle Willis 2005 34 3,558 123 104.6 55,902 12,167 1,644 9 10 14 1 0 16 
    15. Mike Mussina 2005 30 2,978 131 99.3 55,793 29,791 1,860 11 13 4 2 0 19 
    16. Randy Johnson 2005 34 3,420 122 100.6 52,807 10,648 1,553 14 10 9 1 0 15 
    17. Brad Penny 2005 29 2,784 124 96.0 49,573 13,824 1,709 15 8 4 2 0 18 
    18. Ben Sheets 2005 22 2,294 126 104.3 49,449 17,576 2,248 8 8 5 1 0 22 
    19. Jon Garland 2005 32 3,314 123 103.6 48,654 12,167 1,520 11 12 8 1 0 15 
    20. Esteban Loaiza 2005 34 3,340 128 98.2 48,025 21,952 1,413 19 8 5 2 0 14 
    21. Shawn Chacon 2005 24 2,436 127 101.5 47,994 19,683 2,000 10 6 7 1 0 20 
    22. Javier Vazquez 2005 33 3,322 122 100.7 45,577 10,648 1,381 13 7 12 1 0 14 
    23. Tom Glavine 2005 33 3,270 127 99.1 44,777 19,683 1,357 17 8 6 2 0 14 
    24. Jamie Moyer 2005 32 3,263 126 102.0 44,075 17,576 1,377 11 13 7 1 0 14 
    25. John Patterson 2005 31 3,179 119 102.5 43,873 6,859 1,415 9 13 9 0 0 14 
    26. John Lackey 2005 33 3,490 124 105.8 43,745 13,824 1,326 7 15 10 1 0 13 
    27. Derek Lowe 2005 35 3,322 123 94.9 43,111 12,167 1,232 23 3 7 2 0 13 
    28. Jeff Weaver 2005 34 3,374 126 99.2 42,972 17,576 1,264 18 10 5 1 0 13 
    29. Chris Capuano 2005 35 3,640 120 104.0 42,267 8,000 1,208 15 9 11 0 0 12 
    30. Al Leiter 2005 26 2,543 124 97.8 39,812 13,824 1,531 11 8 6 1 0 16 
    31. Andy Pettitte 2005 33 3,189 122 96.6 39,626 10,648 1,201 21 6 5 1 0 12 
    32. Scott Kazmir 2005 32 3,298 121 103.1 39,131 9,261 1,223 11 9 12 0 0 12 
    33. Mark Buehrle 2005 33 3,476 120 105.3 37,207 8,000 1,127 7 15 11 0 0 11 
    34. Seth McClung 2005 17 1,596 123 93.9 36,814 12,167 2,166 9 3 3 2 0 23 
    35. Sidney Ponson 2005 23 2,070 131 90.0 36,746 29,791 1,598 15 5 2 1 0 18 
    36. Carl Pavano 2005 17 1,552 133 91.3 36,063 35,937 2,121 14 2 0 0 1 23 
    37. Brett Tomko 2005 30 2,993 122 99.8 35,793 10,648 1,193 12 11 5 2 0 12 
    38. John Smoltz 2005 33 3,297 123 99.9 35,608 12,167 1,079 11 13 8 1 0 11 
    39. Chris Carpenter 2005 33 3,395 120 102.9 35,256 8,000 1,068 12 10 11 0 0 10 
    40. Brandon Webb 2005 33 3,375 118 102.3 34,822 5,832 1,055 14 7 12 0 0 10 
    41. Roger Clemens 2005 32 3,203 126 100.1 34,322 17,576 1,073 11 16 4 1 0 11 
    42. Erik Bedard 2005 24 2,463 126 102.6 33,859 17,576 1,411 8 8 7 1 0 14 
    43. Mark Hendrickson 2005 31 2,825 122 91.1 32,941 10,648 1,063 18 7 5 1 0 12 
    44. Brett Myers 2005 34 3,473 127 102.1 32,737 19,683 963 12 16 5 1 0 9 
    45. Matt Clement 2005 32 3,181 122 99.4 31,330 10,648 979 10 13 8 1 0 10 
    46. Tim Wakefield 2005 33 3,393 118 102.8 31,197 5,832 945 13 9 11 0 0 9 
    47. Claudio Vargas 2005 23 2,197 125 95.5 29,311 15,625 1,274 13 6 3 1 0 13 
    48. Joel Pineiro 2005 30 2,925 120 97.5 28,619 8,000 954 18 7 5 0 0 10 
    49. Roy Halladay 2005 19 1,914 124 100.7 28,315 13,824 1,490 10 4 4 1 0 15 
    50. Rodrigo Lopez 2005 35 3,294 124 94.1 26,118 13,824 746 21 8 5 1 0 8 
    51. Tim Hudson 2005 29 2,890 119 99.7 25,929 6,859 894 11 13 5 0 0 9 
    52. Bronson Arroyo 2005 32 3,232 123 101.0 25,907 12,167 810 12 14 5 1 0 8 
    53. Vicente Padilla 2005 27 2,552 123 94.5 24,840 12,167 920 16 7 3 1 0 10 
    54. Rich Harden 2005 19 1,872 121 98.5 24,633 9,261 1,296 7 6 6 0 0 13 
    55. Kris Benson 2005 28 2,739 125 97.8 22,840 15,625 816 15 9 3 1 0 8 
    56. Josh Beckett 2005 29 2,799 121 96.5 22,816 9,261 787 15 7 7 0 0 8 
    57. Bartolo Colon 2005 33 3,241 119 98.2 22,300 6,859 676 16 10 7 0 0 7 
    58. Daniel Cabrera 2005 29 2,866 119 98.8 22,096 6,859 762 12 11 6 0 0 8 
    59. Gil Meche 2005 26 2,533 119 97.4 21,850 6,859 840 12 8 6 0 0 9 
    60. C.C. Sabathia 2005 31 3,153 119 101.7 21,383 6,859 690 12 13 6 0 0 7

  • #2
    I had no idea that vicente padilla was still pitching. I wonder where I've been.
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    • #3
      I laugh at Livan Hernandez. Three times the stress as the next closest guy. No wonder he lost his shit that one day.
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      • #4
        Not that I put much stock in this stuff, or buy the notion that taking a pitcher deep into a game is always "abuse"--but note the distinct lack of Cardinals on that list. Jason Marquis checks in at 9th, but then you have to go all the way to 39th to find Carpenter. No other Cardinal is in the top 60.
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        • #5
          QUOTE(cardinalgirl @ Nov 4 2005, 09:44 AM) Quoted post

          I had no idea that vicente padilla was still pitching. I wonder where I've been.
          [/b][/quote]

          I had no idea there were stats kept on pitcher abuse points...

          When did this insanity start???
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          • #6
            QUOTE(kah @ Nov 4 2005, 01:32 PM) Quoted post

            Not that I put much stock in this stuff, or buy the notion that taking a pitcher deep into a game is always "abuse"--but note the distinct lack of Cardinals on that list. Jason Marquis checks in at 9th, but then you have to go all the way to 39th to find Carpenter. No other Cardinal is in the top 60.
            [/b][/quote]
            But isn't it ironic?

            2003: Kerry Wood #2, Mark Prior 4, Carlos Zambrano 10
            2004: Zambrano 3, Wood 16 (only managed 140 innings), Prior injured most of the season, only manages 118 innings
            2005: Zambrano 2, Prior 3 , Wood injured most of the season, only 66 innings
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            • #7
              How times have changed. It used to be that a starter was expected to finish what he started.
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              • #8
                QUOTE(Blues Fan in SF @ Nov 4 2005, 01:33 PM) Quoted post

                QUOTE(cardinalgirl @ Nov 4 2005, 09:44 AM) Quoted post

                I had no idea that vicente padilla was still pitching. I wonder where I've been.
                [/b][/quote]

                I had no idea there were stats kept on pitcher abuse points...

                When did this insanity start???
                [/b][/quote]
                I do math at work. Don't need it in my favorite sport except when it's something like ".207 with RISP". That never fails to make me giggle.
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                • #9
                  How Livan Hernandez's arm is still attached to his body is a mystery to me.
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                  • #10
                    As always, Go Dusty!

                    Keep riding those three jackasses. I mean your horses.
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                    A.C.

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                    • #11
                      QUOTE(cardinalgirl @ Nov 4 2005, 08:41 PM) Quoted post

                      QUOTE(Blues Fan in SF @ Nov 4 2005, 01:33 PM) Quoted post

                      QUOTE(cardinalgirl @ Nov 4 2005, 09:44 AM) Quoted post

                      I had no idea that vicente padilla was still pitching. I wonder where I've been.
                      [/b][/quote]

                      I had no idea there were stats kept on pitcher abuse points...

                      When did this insanity start???
                      [/b][/quote]
                      I do math at work. Don't need it in my favorite sport except when it's something like ".207 with RISP". That never fails to make me giggle.
                      [/b][/quote]


                      Yeah...it's all fun and games until somebody loses a playoff series... [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif[/img]
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                      • #12
                        Backstop, have they applied the pitcher abuse numbers historically?

                        Can they even do that? I'd be curious to see how some of the pitchers from the past would grade out...
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                        • #13
                          QUOTE(Blues Fan in SF @ Nov 4 2005, 01:33 PM) Quoted post

                          QUOTE(cardinalgirl @ Nov 4 2005, 09:44 AM) Quoted post

                          I had no idea that vicente padilla was still pitching. I wonder where I've been.
                          [/b][/quote]

                          I had no idea there were stats kept on pitcher abuse points...

                          When did this insanity start???
                          [/b][/quote]

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