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Career 1871-2013 (Regular Season)


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Overall Players (21-40)     Go to Pitchers     Batters
Rk Name Last HOF PEVA
Bat
PEVA
Pitch
PEVA
Total
Yrs. PEVA-B
Per Year
Career
Hits
HR RBI Ave. W L SV ERA
21 Warren Spahn HOFP 2.001 370.496 372.497 21 17.738 363 35 189 0.194 363 245 29 3.09
22AlbertPujols371.3840371.3841426.527251952016030.317
23 Mel Ott HOFP 369.518 0 369.518 22 16.796 2876 511 1860 0.304
24 Rogers Hornsby HOFP 361.117 0 361.117 23 15.701 2930 301 1584 0.358
25 Alex Rodriguez NYE 360.681 0 360.681 20 18.034 2939 654 1969 0.299
26 Eddie Mathews HOFP 360.187 0 360.187 17 21.187 2315 512 1453 0.271
27 Jimmie Foxx HOFP 359.936 0 359.936 20 17.997 2646 534 1922 0.325 1 0 0 1.52
28 Ed Delahanty HOFP 351.660 0 351.660 16 21.979 2596 101 1464 0.346
29 Eddie Collins HOFP 349.132 0 349.132 25 13.965 3315 47 1300 0.333
30 Pete Rose NO 349.021 0 349.021 24 14.543 4256 160 1314 0.303
31 Dan Brouthers HOFP 348.085 0 348.085 19 18.320 2296 106 1296 0.342 0 2 0 7.83
32 Lefty Grove HOFP 0.004 342.625 342.629 17 20.155 202 15 121 0.148 300 141 55 3.06
33 Carl Yastrzemski HOFP 339.140 0 339.140 23 14.745 3419 452 1845 0.285
34 Nap Lajoie HOFP 337.934 0 337.934 21 16.092 3242 83 1599 0.338
35 Roger Connor HOFP 336.978 0 336.978 18 18.721 2467 138 1322 0.317
36 Tom Seaver HOFP 0.128 336.016 336.144 20 16.807 202 12 86 0.154 311 205 1 2.86
37 Frank Thomas HOFP 333.924 0 333.924 19 17.575 2468 521 1704 0.301
38 Rickey Henderson HOFP 331.490 0 331.490 25 13.260 3055 297 1115 0.279
39 Jim O'Rourke HOFP 329.815 0 329.815 23 14.340 2643 62 1203 0.311 0 1 2 4.12
40 Steve Carlton HOFP 0.349 328.364 328.713 24 13.696 346 13 140 0.201 329 244 2 3.22

Note: HOF (Hall of Fame), HOFP - Hall of Fame Player. NYE - Not Yet Eligible.  NO - Eligible, Not Elected.

PEVA-P for player with higher batting total only includes PEVA above minimum value for pitching, i.e. the additional value for the pitcher per season.  PEVA-B for players with higher pitching total only includes PEVA above minimum value for batting, i.e. the additional value for the batter per season.
Best Total Players Ever 1-20
Best Total Players Ever 21-40
Best Total Players Ever 41-60
Best Total Players Ever 61-80
Best Total Players Ever 81-100
Rickey Henderson
Eddie Collins What is PEVA?
PEVA is the acronym for Stat Geek Baseball's New Player Rating value.  This grade is given to each player and pitcher each season, rating their performance on a peer to peer review.  Six components for pitchers and batters are melded together into the PEVA Rating, which ranges each year from 0.200 to 64.000. For more information on PEVA and the other new baseballevaluation.com Stats, see our Definitions page.  PEVA ratings are available for every pitcher and hitter in baseball history.
PEVA Scale
64.000 - Maximum
32.000 - Cy Young/MVP Candidate
20.000 - All League
15.000 - All-Star Level
10.000 - Very Good
3.500 - Average
0.200 - Minimum
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Photo Credits Top: Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig (Wikipedia Commons); Bottom; Eddie Collins (LOC); Rickey Henderson (Wikipedia Commons); Frank Baker (LOC).

Note: PEVA - Player Rating for Season or Career.  PEVA per Year - Average Player Rating per Total Number of Seasons.  Seasons include all seasons played with no monimum.

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