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Overall Players (41-60)     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
41 Pedro Martinez HOFP 0 328.493 328.493 18 18.250 43 0 18 0.099 219 100 3 2.93
42 Dave Winfield HOFP 327.768 0 327.768 22 14.899 3110 465 1833 0.283
43 Tom Glavine HOFP 0.229 325.047 325.276 22 14.785 246 1 90 0.186 305 203 0 3.54
44 Eddie Murray HOFP 324.361 0 324.361 21 15.446 3255
504 1917 0.287
45 Cal Ripken HOFP 320.188 0 320.188 21 15.247 3184
431 1695 0.276
46 Kid Nichols HOFP 1.186 315.802 316.988 15 21.133 472 16 278 0.226 361 208 17 2.95
47 Robin Roberts HOFP 1.699 307.347 309.046 19 16.266 255 5 103 0.167 286 245 25 3.41
48 Roy Halladay NYE 0 304.746 304.746 16 19.047 34 0 12 0.124 203 105 1 3.38
49 Carl Hubbell HOFP 0.088 301.955 302.043 16 18.878 246 4 101 0.191 253 154 33 2.98
50 George Brett HOFP 301.897 0 301.897 21 14.376 3154 317 1595 0.305
51 John Smoltz HOFP 0.353 301.456 301.809 21 14.372 151 5 61 0.159 213 155 154 3.33
52 Reggie Jackson HOFP 301.318 0 301.318 21 14.348 2584 563 1702 0.262
53 Joe DiMaggio HOFP 297.630 0 297.630 13 22.895 2214 361 1537 0.325
54 Al Kaline HOFP 297.259 0 297.259 22 13.512 3007 399 1583 0.297
55 Sam Crawford HOFP 295.985 0 295.985 19 15.578 2961 97 1525 0.309
56MiguelCabrera294.9890294.9891224.582218639013690.320
57 Jeff Bagwell NO 293.606 0 293.606 15 19.574 2314 449 1529 0.297
58 Christy Mathewson HOFP 2.557 290.943 293.500 17 17.265 362 7 165 0.215 373 188 28 2.13
59 Wade Boggs HOFP 293.035 0 293.035 18 16.280 3010 118 1014 0.328 0 0 0 3.86
60 Robin Yount HOFP 291.976 0 291.976 20 14.599 3142 251 1406 0.285

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
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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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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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