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Career 1871-2014 (Regular Season)


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Overall Players (61-80)     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
61MannyRamirezNYE289.0160289.0161915.211257455518310.312
62 Joe Morgan HOFP 287.830 0 287.830 22 13.083 2517 268 1133 0.271
63 Gaylord Perry HOFP 0.042 286.287 286.329 22 13.015 141 6 47 0.131 314 265 11 3.11
64 Ken Griffey, Jr. NYE 286.056 0 286.056 22 13.003 2781 630 1836 0.284
65 Curt Schilling NO 0 282.056 282.056 20 14.103 117 0 29 0.151 216 146 22 3.46
66 Chipper Jones HOFP 277.793 0 277.793 19 14.621 2726 468 1623 0.303
67 Mike Mussina NO 0 276.995 276.995 18 15.389 9 0 5 0.173 270 153 0 3.68
68 Jesse Burkett HOFP 276.152 0.541 276.693 16 17.293 2850 75 952 0.338 3 11 0 9.56
69 Billy Williams HOFP 275.510 0 275.510 18 15.306 2711 426 1475 0.290
70 Deacon White HOFP 274.720 0 274.720 20 13.736 2066 23 977 0.312 0 0 1 7.20
71 Paul Hines NO 274.652 0 274.652 20 13.733 2134 57 855 0.302 0 0 0 0.00
72 Bert Blylevin HOFP 271.050 0 271.050 22 12.320 59 0 25 0.131 287 205 0 3.31
73 Harmon Killebrew HOFP 270.652 0 270.652 22 12.302 2086 573 1584 0.256
74 Nolan Ryan HOFP 0.021 270.518 270.539 27 10.020 94 2 36 0.110 324 292 3 3.19
75 Phil Niekro HOFP 0 269.835 269.835 24 11.243 260 7 109 0.169 318 274 29 3.35
76 Gary Sheffield NO 267.943 0 267.943 22 12.179 2689 509 1676 0.292
77 Don Sutton HOFP 0 266.168 266.168 23 11.573 195 0 64 0.144 324 256 5 3.26
78 Ernie Banks HOFP 264.788 0 264.788 18 13.936 2583 512 1636 0.274
79 Roberto Clemente HOFP 264.635 0 264.635 18 14.702 3000 240 1305 0.317
80 Dwight Evans NO 264.273 0 264.273 20 13.214 2446 385 1384 0.272

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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