List of St. Louis Cardinals team records

The St. Louis Cardinals, a professional baseball franchise based in St. Louis, Missouri, compete in the National League (NL) of Major League Baseball (MLB). in 1892. Before joining the NL, they were also a charter member of the American Association (AA) from 1882 to 1891. Although St. Louis has been the Cardinals' home city for the franchise's entire existence, they were also known as the Brown Stockings, Browns, and Perfectos.

In 134 seasons, the franchise has won more than 10,000 regular season games and appeared in 27 postseasons while claiming 12 interleague championships, tying one other, and 23 league pennants. 11 of the interleague championships are World Series titles won under the modern format since 1903; the other championship and tie occurred in 18851886. 19 of the league pennants are NL pennants, and the other four are AA pennants.[1] Their 11 World Series titles represent the most in the NL and are second in MLB only to the New York Yankees' 27.

Notable players have defined, in part, the Cardinals' success and history. Stan Musial owns the most career batting records with 22. Rogers Hornsby owns the most single-season records with 11.[2] Bob Gibson owns the most career pitching records with 18. Silver King owns the most single-season pitching records with nine.[3]

All-time record-holders

Stan Musial 1953

Stan Musial, with St. Louis Cardinals 194144 and 194663

Rogers Hornsby

Rogers Hornsby, with St. Louis Cardinals 191526 and 1933

Bob Gibson crop

Bob Gibson, with St. Louis Cardinals 195975

Charles 'Silver' King (baseball card)

Charles 'Silver' King, with St. Louis Browns 188789

DSC00551 Tony La Russa

Tony La Russa managed the Cardinals from 19962011.[4]

Table notes and keys

All statistics:

As of end of 2015 season

[*] – Batted or pitched left-handed
[#] – Switch hitter
[?] – Handedness unknown

Team records

Single-game

All-time team single-game batting records
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Ref
Runs scored 28 vs. PHI

July 6, 1929

23 vs. PHI

September 16, 1926

22 vs. BRO

July 27, 1918

21 vs. CHI (April 27, 1977),

vs. NYG (August 2, 1948)

[5]
Hits 28 vs. PHI

July 6, 1929

26 vs. ATL (August 22, 2008), vs. PHI (August 9, 1932),

vs. PHI (September 23, 1930), vs. BRO (July 27, 1918)

[6]
Home runs 7 vs. CHI (July 12, 1996),

vs. BRO (May 7, 1940)

6 vs. PHI (July 15, 2007), vs. CHI (August 18, 2006),

vs. MIL (April 9, 2000), vs. NYM (July 8, 1962)
vs. CIN (April 15, 2016)

[7]

Italics– occurred in extra innings

All-time team single-game pitching records
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Ref
Strikeouts 19 vs. PIT (19.0 IP), August 19, 2012

vs. NYM (9.0 IP), September 15, 1969

18 vs. CHI (14.1 IP)

September 2, 2003

17 vs. COL (14.1 IP), September 19, 2013;
vs. HOU (14.0), June 22, 1999;

vs. PHI (8.1 IP), May 21, 1970;
vs. CHI (9.0 IP), July 30, 1933

[8]

Single-season

All-time overall team single-season records
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Ref
Winning percentage .705 (1885) .704 (1887) .688 (1942) .682 (1943, 1944) [9]
Games won 106 (1942) 105 (1943, 1944, 2004) 101 (1931, 1967, 1985)
Games lost 111 (1898) 105 (1908) 102 (1897) 101 (1907) 99 (1913)
Fan attendance 3,552,180
2007
3,540,649
2014
3,538,988
2005
3,520,889
2015
3,448,337
2017
[10]

Attendance milestones:

All-time team single-season batting records
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Ref
Batting average .314 (1930) .308 (1921) .307 (1887) .301 (1922) .299 (1925) [11]
Runs scored 1131 (1887) 1004 (1930) 976 (1891) 957 (1889) 944 (1886) [12]
Hits 1732 (1930) 1635 (1921) 1634 (1922) 1601 (1939) 1594 (1979) [13]
Doubles 373 (1930) 353 (1931) 342 (2003) 332 (1936, 1939) [14]
Triples 113 (1894) 98 (1893) 96 (1920) 94 (1901) 93 (1917) [15]
Home runs 235 (2000) 225 (2016) 223 (1998) 214 (2004) 199 (2001) [16]
Bases on balls 676 (1998) 675 (2000) 655 (1910) 644 (1987) 625 (1891) [17]
Strikeouts 1253 (2000) 1202 (1999) 1192 (2012) 1191 (1997) 1179 (1998) [18]
Stolen bases 581 (1887) 468 (1888) 336 (1886, 1889) 314 (1985) [19]
All-time team single-season pitching records
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Ref
ERA 2.09 (1888) 2.23 (1883) 2.38 (1914) 2.44 (1885) 2.49 (1886, 1968) [20]
Runs against per nine innings 2.91 (1968) 3.03 (1943) 3.08 (1942) 3.12 (1944) 3.33 (1969)
Complete games 146 (1904) 139 (1892) 135 (1905) 134 (1886, 1899)
Shutouts 30 (1968) 26 (1944) 21 (1943) 20 (1985) 19 (1966, 1907)
Saves 57 (2004) 54 (1993) 51 (1984, 1991) 48 (1987, 2005)
Hits allowed 1610 (1936) 1609 (1922) 1604 (1929) 1594 (1930, 1897)
Runs allowed 1088 (1897) 1036 (1895) 953 (1894) 929 (1896, 1898)
Home runs allowed 210 (2003) 196 (2000, 2001) 193 (2006) 185 (1955)
Bases on balls allowed 701 (1911) 667 (1999) 632 (1970) 616 (1974) 606 (2000)
Strikeouts 1254 (2013) 1218 (2012) 1130 (1997) 1100 (2000) 1098 (2011)
WHIP 0.960 (1888) 1.000 (1883) 1.045 (1885) 1.067 (1884) 1.120 (1968)
Strikeouts per nine innings pitched 7.73 (2013) 7.49 (2012) 1130 (1997) 1100 (2000) 1098 (2001)
Home runs per nine innings pitched 0.07 (1883) 0.09 (1882) 0.10 (1886) 0.11 (1885, 1906, 1908)
All-time team single-season fielding records
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Ref
Fielding percentage .988 (2013) .987 (2003) .986 (2008) .985 (1992, 2004, 2009) [20]
Double plays 196 (2005) 192 (1974) 187 (1951) 184 (1984) 183 (1943)
Errors 494 (1886) 490 (1884) 481 (1887) 478 (1890) 459 (1891)

Managers

All-time team managerial records
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Ref
Seasons managed 16 Tony La Russa 14 Red Schoendienst 11 Whitey Herzog 8 Charles Comiskey 7 Branch Rickey,
Billy Southworth
[4]
Winning percentage
(Min. 3 complete seasons)
.674 Charles Comiskey .642 Billy Southworth .578 Eddie Dyer .564 Frankie Frisch .563 Gabby Street
Games won 1408 Tony La Russa 1041 Red Schoendienst 822 Whitey Herzog 620 Billy Southworth 562 Charles Comiskey
Games lost 1182 Tony La Russa 955 Red Schoendienst 728 Whitey Herzog 485 Branch Rickey 415 Miller Huggins
World Series titles 2 Tony La Russa, Billy Southworth 1 Eddie Dyer, Frankie Frisch, Rogers Hornsby,
Johnny Keane, Red Schoendienst, Gabby Street, Whitey Herzog
[9]
Pennants won 4 Charles Comiskey 3 Whitey Herzog, Tony La Russa, Billy Southworth 2 Red Schoendienst, Gabby Street

All-time career individual records

Batting

Tip O'Neill baseball

Tip O'Neill won the first batting Triple Crown in franchise history in 1887.[21]

Albert Pujols4

Albert Pujols batted .328 with 445 home runs in 11 seasons as a Cardinal.[22]

Johnny Mize 1953.jpeg

Johnny Mize won the 1939 batting title and hit .336 with a .600 slugging percentage as a Cardinal.[23]

Lou Brock All Star Parade 2008

Lou Brock ranks second in franchise history in multiple career batting categories.

Enos Slaughter 1948.jpeg

Enos Slaughter ranks in the top five in multiple career batting categories.

Note: 1,500 plate appearances (PA) required for rate statistics.

All-time career batting records
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place
Batting average .378 Jesse Burkett *

1,951 PA

.359 Rogers Hornsby

6,716 PA

.344 Tip O'Neill

3,511 PA

.336 Johnny Mize *

3,581 PA

.335 Joe Medwick

5,057 PA

On-base percentage .444 Jesse Burkett *

1,951 PA

.427 Rogers Hornsby (6,716 PA)

Mark McGwire (2,251 PA)

.420 Albert Pujols

7,433 PA

.419 Johnny Mize *

3,581 PA

Slugging percentage .683 Mark McGwire

2,251 PA

.617 Albert Pujols

7,433 PA

.600 Johnny Mize *

3,581 PA

.568 Chick Hafey (3,278 PA)

Rogers Hornsby (6,716 PA)

On-base plus slugging 1.111 Mark McGwire

2,251 PA

1.037 Albert Pujols

7,433 PA

1.018 Johnny Mize *

3,581 PA

.995 Rogers Hornsby

6,716 PA

.976 Stan Musial *

12,717 PA

Adjusted on-base plus slugging 180 Mark McGwire

2,251 PA

177 Rogers Hornsby

6,716 PA

171 Johnny Mize *

3,581 PA

170 Albert Pujols

7,433 PA

164 Jesse Burkett *

1,951 PA

Games played 3,026 Stan Musial * 2,289 Lou Brock * 1,990 Ozzie Smith# 1,820 Enos Slaughter * 1,795 Red Schoendienst#
Plate appearances 12,717 Stan Musial * 9,932 Lou Brock * 8,242 Ozzie Smith# 7,713 Enos Slaughter * 7,447 Red Schoendienst#
At bats 10,972 Stan Musial * 9,125 Lou Brock * 7,160 Ozzie Smith# 6,841 Red Schoendienst# 6,775 Enos Slaughter *
Runs 1,949 Stan Musial * 1,427 Lou Brock * 1,291 Albert Pujols 1,089 Rogers Hornsby 1,071 Enos Slaughter *
Hits 3,630 Stan Musial * 2,713 Lou Brock * 2,110 Rogers Hornsby 2,073 Albert Pujols 2,064 Enos Slaughter *
Total bases 6,134 Stan Musial * 3,893 Albert Pujols 3,776 Lou Brock * 3,342 Rogers Hornsby 3,138 Enos Slaughter *
Singles 2,253 Stan Musial * 2,029 Lou Brock * 1,529 Ozzie Smith# 1,498 Red Schoendienst# 1,454 Curt Flood
Doubles 725 Stan Musial * 455 Albert Pujols 434 Lou Brock * 377 Joe Medwick 367 Rogers Hornsby
Triples 177 Stan Musial * 143 Rogers Hornsby 135 Enos Slaughter * 121 Lou Brock * 119 Jim Bottomley *
Home runs 475 Stan Musial * 445 Albert Pujols 255 Ken Boyer 241 Jim Edmonds * 228 Ray Lankford *
RBI 1,951 Stan Musial * 1,329 Albert Pujols 1,148 Enos Slaughter * 1,105 Jim Bottomley * 1,072 Rogers Hornsby
Bases on balls 1,599 Stan Musial * 975 Albert Pujols 876 Ozzie Smith# 838 Enos Slaughter * 780 Ray Lankford *
Strikeouts 1,469 Lou Brock * 1,449 Ray Lankford * 1,029 Jim Edmonds * 926 Willie McGee# 859 Ken Boyer *
Stolen bases 888 Lou Brock * 549 Vince Coleman# 433 Ozzie Smith# 369 Arlie Latham 333 Charles Comiskey
Stolen base percentage

(since 1951)

82.68 Vince Coleman# 80.94 Ozzie Smith# 80.00 Andy Van Slyke * 77.14 Delino DeShields * 75.70 Lou Brock *
Runs created 2,562 Stan Musial * 1,613 Albert Pujols 1,425 Rogers Hornsby 1,367 Lou Brock * 1,197 Enos Slaughter *
Extra base hits 1,377 Stan Musial * 915 Albert Pujols 703 Rogers Hornsby 684 Lou Brock * 647 Enos Slaughter *
Times on base 5,282 Stan Musial * 3,434 Lou Brock * 3,125 Albert Pujols 2,936 Enos Slaughter * 2,841 Ozzie Smith#
Power–speed number 238.5 Ray Lankford * 225.3 Lou Brock * 146.5 Rogers Hornsby 141.3 Albert Pujols 140.5 Ken Boyer *
Hit by pitch 87 Steve Evans * 79 Fernando Viña * 77 Albert Pujols 57 Yank Robinson 53 Stan Musial *
Sacrifice hits 154 Jim Bottomley * 147 Marty Marion 135 Rogers Hornsby 131 Ozzie Smith,# Milt Stock
Sacrifice flies 68 Albert Pujols 67 Ted Simmons# 54 Ozzie Smith# 53 Stan Musial * 51 Ray Lankford *
Double plays grounded into 243 Stan Musial * 232 Albert Pujols 221 Yadier Molina 185 Ted Simmons# 154 Ken Boyer *
Intentional bases on balls 251 Albert Pujols 151 Ted Simmons# 127 Stan Musial * 118 Lou Brock * 86 Ken Boyer *
At bats per strikeout 38.0 Frankie Frisch#

5,651 PA

35.8 Joe Quinn

2,339 PA

31.2 Jimmy Brown#

3,567 PA

28.7 Roger Connor *

1,541 PA

26.0 Bill Gleason

3,041 PA

At bats per home run 7.9 Mark McGwire

2,251 PA

14.2 Albert Pujols

7,433 PA

15.1 Jim Edmonds *

4,356 PA

17.9 Ron Gant *

1,500 PA

19.2 Ryan Ludwick

1,812 PA

Outs made 7,714 Stan Musial * 6,882 Lou Brock * 5.631 Ozzie Smith# 5,123 Red Schoendienst# 4,896 Enos Slaughter *

Pitching

Dave Foutz 1895 N566 Newsboy Tobacco Cabinet Card

Dave Foutz ranks third in franchise history in ERA and fourth in winning percentage (first for all with 100+ decisions).

JessieHainesGoudeycard

Jesse Haines ranks second in franchise history in wins, innings and complete games.

DizzyDeanGoudeycard

Dizzy Dean ranks third in team history in strikeouts and fifth in shutouts.

Adam Wainright

Adam Wainwright ranks second in franchise history in strikeouts, strikeouts per nine innings pitched and strikeout-to-walk ratio.

Notes: 500 innings pitched (IP) and 50 decisions qualify for career rate statistics.
(*) – left handed.

All-time career pitching records
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place
ERA 2.46 Ed Karger *

647 IP

2.52 John Tudor *

881.2 IP

2.67 Dave Foutz (1457.2 IP),

Slim Sallee * (1905.1 IP), Jack Taylor (816 IP)

Adjusted ERA+ 146 John Tudor *

881.2 IP

143 Silver King

1432.2 IP

138 Ice Box Chamberlain (568.2 IP)

Jack Stivetts (1051 IP)

137 Cy Young

690.2 IP

Wins 251 Bob Gibson 210 Jesse Haines 163 Bob Forsch 153 Bill Sherdel * 146 Adam Wainwright
Losses 174 Bob Gibson 158 Jesse Haines 136 Bill Doak 131 Bill Sherdel * 127 Bob Forsch
Winning percentage .719 Ice Box Chamberlain

64 dec.

.718 Ted Wilks

71 dec.

.705 John Tudor *

88 dec.

.704 Dave Foutz

162 dec.

.700 Silver King (160 dec),

Tony Mullane (50 dec.)

Games played 554 Jesse Haines 528 Bob Gibson 465 Bill Sherdel * 455 Bob Forsch 441 Al Brazle *
Innings pitched 3884.1 Bob Gibson 3203.2 Jesse Haines 2658.2 Bob Forsch 2450.2 Bill Sherdel * 2387 Bill Doak
Complete games 255 Bob Gibson 208 Jesse Haines 198 Ted Breitenstein * 156 Dave Foutz 154 Silver King
Shutouts 56 Bob Gibson 30 Bill Doak 28 Mort Cooper 25 Harry Brecheen * 23 Dizzy Dean

Jesse Haines

Saves 217 Jason Isringhausen 160 Lee Smith 129 Todd Worrell 127 Bruce Sutter 121 Trevor Rosenthal
Games finished 332 Jason Isringhausen 232 Todd Worrell 209 Lee Smith 203 Bruce Sutter 188 Lindy McDaniel
Hits allowed 3455 Jesse Haines 3279 Bob Gibson 2721 Bill Sherdel * 2602 Bob Forsch 2285 Bill Doak
Earned runs allowed 1297 Jesse Haines 1258 Bob Gibson 1085 Bob Forsch 992 Bill Sherdel * 920 Ted Breitenstein
Strikeouts 3117 Bob Gibson 1582 Adam Wainwright 1095 Dizzy Dean 1085 Chris Carpenter 1079 Bob Forsch
Bases on balls allowed 1336 Bob Gibson 870 Jesse Haines 843 Ted Breitenstein 780 Bob Forsch 740 Bill Doak
Home runs allowed 257 Bob Gibson 204 Bob Forsch 165 Jesse Haines 152 Larry Jackson 129 Matt Morris
Hit batsmen 102 Bob Gibson 72 Willie Sudhoff 68 Silver King 57 Jesse Haines 54 Bill Doak
Wild pitches 111 Jumbo McGinnis 108 Bob Gibson 88 Bob Forsch 78 Silver King 77 Dave Foutz
Batters faced 16,068 Bob Gibson 13,624 Jesse Haines 11,088 Bob Forsch 10,473 Bill Sherdel * 9908 Bill Doak
WHIP 1.080 John Tudor *

881.2 IP

1.095 Bob Caruthers

1395 IP

1.098 Jumbo McGinnis

1325 IP

1.122 Silver King

1432.2 IP

1.125 Chris Carpenter

1348.2 IP

Strikeout to walk ratio 3.666 Chris Carpenter

1348.2 IP

3.400 Adam Wainwright

1569.2 IP

3.272 Bob Tewksbury

968.2 IP

2.825 Cy Young

690.2 IP

2.788 Darryl Kile

544.1 IP

Strikeouts per nine innings pitched 8.712 Lance Lynn

791.1 IP

7.971 Todd Stottlemyre

565.2 IP

7.603 Adam Wainwright

1569.2 IP

7.483 José DeLeón

917.2 IP

7.240 Chris Carpenter

1348.2 IP

Bases on balls per nine innings allowed 1.042 Cy Young

690.2 IP

1.161 Bob Tewksbury

968.2 IP

1.379 Jumbo McGinnis

1325 IP

1.386 Pete Alexander

792 IP

1.587 Bob Caruthers

1395 IP

Hits per nine innings allowed 7.286 Fred Beebe

861 IP

7.597 Bob Gibson

3884.1 IP

7.630 José DeLeón

917.2 IP

7.660 Ice Box Chamberlain

568.2 IP

7.727 John Tudor *

881.2 IP

Home runs per nine innings allowed .042 Ed Karger *

647 IP

.082 Jumbo McGinnis

1325 IP

.087 Red Ames

827 IP

.104 Mike O'Neill

694.1 IP

.105 Fred Beebe

861 IP

All-time single-season individual records

Batting

Mark McGwire on June 29, 2011

Mark McGwire leads in four categories and is second in six.

All-time individual single-season batting records
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place
Batting average .435 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

.424 (1924)

Rogers Hornsby

.421 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

.403 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

.397 (1921)

Rogers Hornsby

On-base percentage .507 (1924)

Rogers Hornsby

.505 (1900)

John McGraw

.490 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

.489 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

.483 (2000)

Mark McGwire

Slugging percentage .756 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

.752 (1998)

Mark McGwire

.746 (2000)

Mark McGwire

.722 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

.702 (1948)

Stan Musial

On-base plus slugging 1.245 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

1.229 (2000)

Mark McGwire

1.222 (1998)

Mark McGwire

1.203 (1924)

Rogers Hornsby

1.181 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

Adjusted on-base plus slugging 222 (1924)

Rogers Hornsby

216 (1998)

Mark McGwire

213 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

210 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

207 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

Games played 163 (1989)

José Oquendo

162 Ken Boyer (1964), Curt Flood (1964),

Pedro Guerrero (1989), Terry Pendleton (1989), Bill White (1963)

Plate appearances 752 (1928)

Taylor Douthit

748 (1930)

Taylor Douthit

739 (1964)

Curt Flood

729 (1970)

Lou Brock

728 (1957)

Don Blasingame

At bats 689 (1967)

Lou Brock

679 (1964)

Curt Flood

672 (1979)

Garry Templeton

664 Lou Brock (1970)

Taylor Douthit (1930)

Runs 167 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

163 (1887)

Arlie Latham

152 (1886)

Arlie Latham

142 (1901)

Jesse Burkett

141 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

Hits 250 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

237 (1937)

Joe Medwick

235 (1921)

Rogers Hornsby

230 Stan Musial (1948)

Joe Torre (1971)

Total bases 450 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

429 (1948)

Stan Musial

406 (1937)

Joe Medwick

394 (2003)

Albert Pujols

389 (2004)

Albert Pujols

Singles 185 (1899)

Jesse Burkett

181 (1901)

Jesse Burkett

178 (1964)

Curt Flood

170 Jesse Burkett (1901)

Milt Stock (1920)

Doubles 64 (1936)

Joe Medwick

56 (1937)

Joe Medwick

55 (2013)

Matt Carpenter

53 (1953)

Stan Musial

52 Tip O'Neill (1887)

Enos Slaughter (1937)

Triples 29 (1893)

Perry Werden

25 Roger Connor (1894)

Tom Long (1915)

20 Jim Bottomley (1928), Duff Cooley (1895),
Stan Musial (1943, 1946)
Home runs 70 (1998)

Mark McGwire

65 (1999)

Mark McGwire

49 (2006)

Albert Pujols

47 (2009)

Albert Pujols

46 (2004)

Albert Pujols

RBI 154 (1937)

Joe Medwick

152 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

147 (1998, 1999)

Mark McGwire

143 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

Bases on balls 162 (1998)

Mark McGwire

136 Jack Clark (1987)

Jack Crooks (1892)

133 (1999)

Mark McGwire

121 (1893)

Jack Crooks

Strikeouts 167 (2000)

Jim Edmonds

162 (1997)

Ron Gant

155 (1998)

Mark McGwire

151 Matt Carpenter (2015)

Ray Lankford (1998)

Stolen bases 129 (1887)

Arlie Latham

118 (1974)

Lou Brock

117 (1887)

Charlie Comiskey

110 (1985)

Vince Coleman

109 Vince Coleman (1987)

Arlie Latham (1888)

Stolen base percentage 100.0 (2011)

Tyler Greene

93.33 (2005)

Reggie Sanders

91.67 (1993)

Luis Alicea

91.18 (1985)

Tom Herr

90.91 Willie Davis (1975)

David Eckstein (2007)

Runs created 206 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

193 (1998)

Mark McGwire

192 (1948)

Stan Musial

185 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

183 (1924)

Rogers Hornsby

Extra base hits 103 (1948)

Stan Musial

102 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

99 (2004)

Albert Pujols

97 (1937)

Joe Medwick

95 Joe Medwick (1936)

Albert Pujols (2003)

Times on base 320 (1998)

Mark McGwire

318 (1924)

Rogers Hornsby

316 Rogers Hornsby (1922)

Stan Musial (1949)

312 (1948)

Stan Musial

Power–speed number 29.9 (1967)

Lou Brock

28.3 (1998)

Ray Lankford

27.1 (1992)

Ray Lankford

26.3 (1996)

Ray Lankford

26.0 (1999)

Fernando Tatís

Hit by pitch 31 (1910)

Steve Evans

29 (1890)

Chief Roseman

28 (2000)

Fernando Viña

24 (1900)

Dan McGann

23 Dan McGann (1901)

John McGraw (1900)

Sacrifice hits 37 (1926)

Taylor Douthit

36 Milt Stock (1921)

Harry Walker (1943)

34 (1914)

Lee Magee

31 Les Bell (1926)

Doc Lavan (1920)

Sacrifice flies 14 (1982)

George Hendrick

13 (1985)

Tom Herr

12 Pedro Guerrero (1989)

Tom Herr (1985), Keith Hernandez (1979)

Double plays grounded into 31 (2013)

Matt Holliday

29 Albert Pujols (2011)

Ted Simmons (1973)

27 Yadier Molina (2009

Albert Pujols 2007)

Intentional bases on balls 44 (2009)

Albert Pujols

38 (2010)

Albert Pujols

34 (2008)

Albert Pujols

26 Mark McGwire (1998)

Albert Pujols (2006)

At bats per strikeout 134.33 (1899)

Lave Cross

78.14 (1893, 1895)

Joe Quinn

75.25 (1898)

Lave Cross

61.70 (1927)

Frankie Frisch

At bats per home run 7.3 (1998)

Mark McGwire

7.4 (2000)

Mark McGwire

8.0 (1999)

Mark McGwire

10.3 (2001)

Mark McGwire

10.9 (2006)

Albert Pujols

Outs made 512 (1967)

Lou Brock

511 (1947)

Red Schoendienst

500 Vince Coleman (1985, 1988)

Curt Flood (1964)

Pitching

Notes: 100 IP and 10 decisions qualify for rate statistics.
(*) – left handed.

All-time individual single-season pitching records
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place
ERA 1.12 (1968)

Bob Gibson

1.34 (1944)

Red Munger

1.43 (1984)

Bruce Sutter

1.61 (1888)

Ice Box Chamberlain

1.63 (1888)

Silver King

Adjusted ERA+ 268 (1944)

Red Munger

258 (1968)

Bob Gibson

227 (1984)

Bruce Sutter

199 (1888)

Ice Box Chamberlain

195 Silver King (1888)

Lindy McDaniel (1960)

Wins 45 (1888)

Silver King

41 (1886)

Dave Foutz

40 (1885)

Bob Caruthers

35 Silver King (1889)

Tony Mullane (1883)

Losses 35 (1897)

Red Donahue

30 (1895)

Ted Breitenstein *

29 Bill Hart (1896)

Jack Taylor (1896)

27 Bill Hart (1897)

Pink Hawley (1894)
Willie Sudhoff (1898)

Winning percentage 1.000 (1941)

Howie Krist

.857 (1952)

Eddie Yuhas

.846 Ice Box Chamberlain (1888)

Mark Petkovsek (1996)

.842 (2012)

Kyle Lohse

Games played 89 (2001)

Steve Kline *

86 (2004)

Ray King *

81 (2015)

Kevin Siegrist *

78 Mitchell Boggs (2012)

Steve Kline * (2003), Jason Motte (2011)

Games started 64 (1888)

Silver King

57 (1886)

Dave Foutz

56 (1891)

Jack Stivetts

53 Bob Caruthers (1885)

Silver King (1889)

Innings pitched 584.2 (1888)

Silver King

504 (1886)

Dave Foutz

482.1 (1885)

Bob Caruthers

460.2 (1883)

Tony Mullane

458 (1889)

Silver King

Complete games 64 (1888)

Silver King

55 (1886)

Dave Foutz

53 (1885)

Bob Caruthers

49 (1883)

Tony Mullane

47 Silver King (1888)

Ted Breitenstein * (1895)

Shutouts 13 (1968)

Bob Gibson

11 (1886)

Dave Foutz

10 Mort Cooper (1942)

John Tudor * (1985)

7 Harry Brecheen * (1948), Mort Cooper (1944),

Dizzy Dean (1934), Bill Doak (1914)

Saves 48 (2015)

Trevor Rosenthal

47 Jason Isringhausen (2004)

Lee Smith (1991)

45 Trevor Rosenthal (2014)

Bruce Sutter (1984)

Games finished 66 (2004)

Jason Isringhausen

63 (1984)

Bruce Sutter

61 Lee Smith (1991)

Dave Veres (2000)

60 (1986)

Todd Worrell

Hits allowed 497 (1894)

Ted Breitenstein *

485 (1897)

Red Donahue

481 (1894)

Pink Hawley

468 (1895)

Ted Breitenstein *

465 (1898)

Jack Taylor

Earned runs allowed 238 (1894)

Ted Breitenstein *

237 (1897)

Red Donahue

214 (1894)

Pink Hawley

213 (1895)

Ted Breitenstein *

205 (1897)

Bill Hart

Strikeouts 289 (1890)

Jack Stivetts

283 (1886)

Dave Foutz

274 (1970)

Bob Gibson

270 (1965)

Bob Gibson

269 (1969)

Bob Gibson

Bases on balls allowed 232 (1891)

Jack Stivetts

191 (1894)

Ted Breitenstein *

187 (1893)

Kid Gleason

182 (1895)

Ted Breitenstein *

181 (1911)

Bob Harmon

Home runs allowed 39 (1948)

Murry Dickson

35 Jason Marquis (2006),

Matt Morris (2004), Brett Tomko (2003)

34 Bob Gibson (1965)

Dustin Hermanson (2001)

Hit batsmen 30 (1888)

Silver King

27 (1898)

Willie Sudhoff

25 (1898)

Jack Taylor

22 (1897)

Red Donahue

21 Pink Hawley (1894)

Silver King (1889)

Wild pitches 40 (1882)

Silver King

36 (1889)

Silver King

29 (1890)

Jack Stivetts

28 Toad Ramsey (1890)

Jack Stivetts (1891)

Batters faced 2286 (1888)

Silver King

2091 (1886)

Dave Foutz

1987 (1894)

Ted Breitenstein *

1966 (1889)

Silver King

1948 (1885)

Bob Caruthers

WHIP .786 (1888)

Ice Box Chamberlain

.853 (1968)

Bob Gibson (R)

.874 (1888)

Silver King

.937 (1960)

Lindy McDaniel

.938 (1985)

John Tudor *

Strikeout to walk ratio 6.257 (2013)

Adam Wainwright

4.850 (1993)

Bob Tewksbury

4.550 (1992)

Bob Tewksbury

4.375 (1960)

Lindy McDaniel

4.232 (1968)

Bob Gibson

Strikeouts per nine innings pitched 11.003 (1978)

Mark Littell

9.977 (2000)

Rick Ankiel *

9.217 (2015)

Carlos Martínez

9.205 (2012)

Lance Lynn

8.907 (1997)

Alan Benes

Bases on balls per nine innings allowed .773 (1992)

Bob Tewksbury

.842 (1993)

Bob Tewksbury

.889 (1884)

Jumbo McGinnis

.929 (1990)

Bob Tewksbury

1.008 (1900)

Cy Young

Hits per nine innings allowed 4.902 (1888)

Ice Box Chamberlain

5.849 (1968)

Bob Gibson

6.174 (1952)

Al Brazle

6.177 (1955)

Willard Schmidt

6.313 (1943)

Howie Pollet *

Home runs per nine innings allowed .033 (1902)

Stan Yerkes

.038 Fred Beebe (1907)

Bob Harmon (1910)

.041 Johnny Lush * (1909)

Mike O'Neill * (1904)

Other records

Single-season individual records divided by era

Batting

Note: Minimum 250 plate appearances (PA) for rate statistics for seasons 1882–91. From 1892–present, the minimum number of PA is 300. Minimum 16 stolen base attempts qualifies for stolen base percentage. Since 1951 only.

Pitching

Single-game individual records

Includes both regular season and postseason games.

Batting

All-time individual single-game batting records
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Refs
Home runs 4 (September 7, 1993)

Mark Whiten# vs CIN

3 – accomplished 18 times** [138]

**George Harper, Mark McGwire (3×), Johnny Mize (4×), Stan Musial (2×), Albert Pujols (4×), Reggie Smith, George Watkins, Paul Goldschmidt, and Bill White.[138]

Pitching

All single-game, individual pitching records
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Refs
Game score 116 (April 29, 1936)

Roy Parmelee
17.0 IP vs NYG

106 (July 2, 1933)

Tex Carleton
16.0 IP vs NYG

104 (April 30, 1950)

Harry Brecheen
13.0 IP vs CHC

103 (August 30, 1989)

José DeLeón
11.0 IP vs CIN

102 (September 22, 1917)

Lee Meadows
14.0 IP vs BSN

[139]
Innings pitched 17.0 Dizzy Dean (July 1, 1934 vs CIN)

Roy Parmelee (April 29, 1936 vs NYG)

16.1 Jesse Haines
Oct 1, 1920 vs CHC
16.0 Mort Cooper (Sep. 24, 1944 vs PHI)

Tex Carleton (July 2, 1933 vs NYG)

[140]
Nine-inning single-game, individual pitching records (1920–present)
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Refs
Game score 98 (May 10, 2013)

Shelby Miller

97 (July 15, 1960)

Ernie Broglio

96 (June 17, 1970)

Bob Gibson

94 Chris Carpenter (2005); Matt Morris (2004)

Bob Gibson (1971); Steve Carlton (1968)

[141]
Strikeouts 19 (May 19, 1969)

Steven Carlton
9.0 IP vs NYM

17 (July 30, 1933)

Dizzy Dean
9.0 IP vs CHC

16 Steve Carlton (September 20, 1967 vs PHI) & (May 21, 1970 vs PHI)
Bob Gibson (May 23, 1970 vs PHI)
[142]
Bases on balls
Hits allowed
Wild pitches
Hit batsmen
10 or more strikeouts in a postseason game
# of SO Pitcher Date Event Opponent Outcome Duration, decision Ref
17 Bob Gibson Oct. 2, 1968 World Series Detroit Tigers W, 4–0 CG ShO-9, W [143]
13 Bob Gibson Oct. 12, 1964 World Series New York Yankees W, 5–2 CG-10, W
12 Mort Cooper Oct. 8, 1944 World Series St. Louis Browns W, 2–0 CG ShO-9, W
10 Adam Wainwright Oct. 28, 2013 World Series Boston Red Sox L, 1–3 GS-7, L
Adam Wainwright Oct. 7, 2012 NLDS Washington Nationals L, 2–3 GS-7
Bob Gibson Oct. 6, 1968 World Series Detroit Tigers W, 10–1 CG-9, W
Bob Gibson Oct. 12, 1967 World Series Boston Red Sox W, 7–2 CG-9, W
Bob Gibson Oct. 4, 1967 World Series Boston Red Sox W, 2–1 CG-9, W
Pete Alexander Oct. 3, 1926 World Series New York Yankees W, 6–2 CG-9, W

Pitchers with nine SO in a postseason game: Andy Benes, Paul Derringer, Gibson (2×), Michael Wacha, Wainwright, Jeff Weaver, and Woody Williams.[143]

Fielding records

Ozzie Smith 1983

Ozzie Smith holds numerous career fielding records for Cardinals shortstops.

Red Schoendienst 2013

Red Schoendienst leads Cardinals second basemen in three career categories.

Ken Boyer 1955

Ken Boyer leads Cardinals third basemen in four career categories.

JimBottomleyGoudeycard

Jim Bottomley leads Cardinals first basemen in putouts and games played and is second in double plays.

Curt Flood 1957

Curt Flood ranks first among Cardinal outfielders in putouts and fourth in double plays and games played.

Note: 2,000 innings minimum for position players' fielding percentage; 500 innings for pitchers.

See also

References

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Bill Doak

William Leopold Doak (January 28, 1891 – November 26, 1954) was an American Major League Baseball pitcher who spent 11 years with the St. Louis Cardinals.

Doak was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1914 he went 19–6 and led the league with an ERA of 1.72. Doak won 20 games in 1920, and led the NL in ERA again in 1921. On June 14, 1924, Doak was traded by the Cardinals to the Brooklyn Robins for Leo Dickerman.He returned to St. Louis for a short time in 1929 before retiring. His lifetime record is 169–157, with an ERA of 2.98 and 1,014 strikeouts. Even though Doak played with many unremarkable teams, he is among the Cardinals' top 10 in eight pitching categories; his 32 shutouts rank second behind Bob Gibson.

Doak's main pitch, the spitball, earned him the nickname "Spittin' Bill". When the pitch was outlawed in 1920, Doak was one of 17 pitchers allowed to continue throwing the spitball.

Doak made his most lasting contribution to baseball by innovating the design of the baseball glove. In 1920, he suggested to Rawlings that a web should be laced between the first finger and thumb, saying it would create a natural pocket. The Bill Doak glove soon replaced all other baseball gloves and is the standard to this day.

Doak retired to Bradenton, Florida, where he owned a candy shop (Bill Doak's Sweet Shop), and also coached the Bradenton High School baseball team, which made it to the state championship. He died in Bradenton, aged 63.

Bill Sherdel

William Henry Sherdel (August 15, 1896 – November 14, 1968) was a professional baseball player. He was a left-handed pitcher over parts of fifteen seasons (1918–1932) with the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Braves. For his career, he compiled a 165–146 record in 514 appearances, with a 3.72 earned run average and 839 strikeouts. In Cardinals franchise history, Sherdel ranks 4th all-time in wins (153), 3rd in games pitched (465), 4th in innings pitched (2450.7), 5th in games started (242), 8th in complete games (144), 4th in losses (131), 5th in hit batsmen (51), and 8th in games finished (152). Sherdel's 153 wins are the most ever for a Cardinal left-hander. Sherdel achieved the unusual distinction of giving up at least 10 runs in three consecutive starts during the 1929 season – 10 runs on the 29th of June, 13 runs on the 3rd of July and 10 runs on the 6th of July.Sherdel was a member of two National League pennant-winning Cardinals teams, in 1926 and 1928, winning the World Series in 1926. He faced the New York Yankees both times. In World Series play, he compiled an 0–4 record in 4 appearances, with a 3.26 earned run average and 6 strikeouts.

Sherdel was born and later died in McSherrystown, Pennsylvania, at the age of 72.

Ed Karger

Edwin Karger (May 6, 1883 – September 9, 1957) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball from 1906 to 1911. He played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, and Boston Red Sox. Karger finished his career with a 48–67 win–loss record and a 2.79 earned run average.On August 11, 1907 in a game against the Boston Braves, Karger was given credit for a seven inning perfect game.

Eddie Yuhas

John Edward Yuhas (August 5, 1924 – July 6, 1986) is a former professional baseball pitcher. Born in Youngstown, Ohio, he appeared in two seasons in Major League Baseball for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1952–53. He batted and threw right-handed during his baseball career.

Fred Beebe

Frederick Leonard Beebe (December 31, 1879 – October 30, 1957) was a professional baseball player. He played for the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies and Cleveland Indians.

Howie Pollet

Howard Joseph Pollet (June 26, 1921 – August 8, 1974) was an American left-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball during the 1940s and 1950s. A three-time All-Star in 1943, 1946 and 1949, he twice led the National League in earned run average (1.75 in 1943 and 2.10 in 1946).

Jack Taylor (1900s pitcher)

John W. Taylor (January 14, 1874 – March 4, 1938) was a right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball for the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals.

José DeLeón

Not to be confused with Tampa Bay Rays pitcher José De León

José DeLeón Chestaro (born December 20, 1960), is a Dominican former professional baseball right-handed pitcher, who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago White Sox, St. Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia Phillies, and Montreal Expos, over all or part of thirteen seasons (1983–1995). DeLeón was the National League (NL) strikeout leader, in 1989, while with the Cardinals. For his career, he compiled a win–loss record of 86–119, in 415 appearances, with a 3.76 earned run average (ERA), and 1,594 strikeouts.

DeLeón was a 3rd round draft pick of the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1979 amateur draft.

DeLeón twice led the NL in losses, posting a record of 2–19 in 1985, for the Pirates, and 7–19 in 1990 with the Cardinals.

DeLeón and Kerry Wood are the only pitchers in MLB history to record fewer than 100 wins, yet still strike out 1,500 or more batters.

Jumbo McGinnis

George Washington McGinnis (circa 1850s – 18 May 1934) was a Major League Baseball pitcher whose big-league career spanned from 1882 to 1887. Nicknamed "Jumbo" for his heavy, robust frame, McGinnis is considered the first "ace" of the storied franchise that would later become known as the St. Louis Cardinals.

Lindy McDaniel

Lyndall Dale McDaniel, known as Lindy (born December 13, 1935) is a right-handed former relief pitcher in Major League Baseball who had a 21-year career from 1955 to 1975. During McDaniel's career he witnessed approximately 3,500 major league games (not including spring training), had more than 300 teammates, and played under eight different managers. He attended the University of Oklahoma and Abilene Christian College, then played with the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, and San Francisco Giants, all of the National League, and the New York Yankees and Kansas City Royals, both of the American League.

Mort Cooper

Morton Cecil Cooper (March 2, 1913 – November 17, 1958) was an American baseball pitcher who played eleven seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB). He played from 1938 to 1949 for the St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Braves, New York Giants, and Chicago Cubs. He batted and threw right-handed and was listed at 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m) and 210 pounds (95 kg). He was the National League Most Valuable Player in 1942.

Red Donahue

Francis Rostell "Red" Donahue (January 23, 1873 – August 25, 1913) was an American Major League Baseball pitcher from Waterbury, Connecticut, who played for 13 seasons both in the National League and the American League from 1893 through 1906.

Roy Parmelee

Leroy Earl Parmelee (April 25, 1907 – August 31, 1981) was an American professional baseball pitcher. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 1929 to 1939 for the New York Giants, St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, and Philadelphia Athletics.

In 1936, Parmelee posted the highest pitching game score ever in Cardinals' franchise history. On April 29, he defeated Carl Hubbell of the New York Giants in 17 innings and posted a game score of 116. Parmelee pitched all 17 innings, allowed just six hits, four walks, and one run while striking out nine. Hubbell also pitched a complete game, posting a game score of 98.

Slim Sallee

Harry Franklin Sallee (February 3, 1885 – March 23, 1950) was a professional baseball player. He was a left-handed pitcher over parts of fourteen seasons (1908–1921) with the St. Louis Cardinals, New York Giants and Cincinnati Reds. For his career, he compiled a 174–143 record in 476 appearances, with a 2.56 earned run average and 836 strikeouts. In Cardinals' franchise history, Sallee ranks 3rd all-time in earned run average (2.67), 7th in innings pitched (1905.3), 8th in games started (215) and wins (106, tied with Adam Wainwright), and 7th in losses (107).

Sallee pitched in two World Series, both against the Chicago White Sox, and was a member of the victorious Reds in the infamous "Black Sox" 1919 World Series. He produced the best season of his career for the 1919 Reds, going 21–7 with a 2.06 earned run average. He lost a World Series to the White Sox as a member of the 1917 Giants, starting Game 1 and losing 2-1 to Sox ace Eddie Cicotte in Chicago, driving in his team's only run. In World Series play, Sallee compiled a 1–3 record in four appearances, with a 3.45 earned run average and six strikeouts. Also in 1919, Sallee became just the second pitcher (at that time) to have more wins than walks in a season. Christy Mathewson did it twice (1913, 1914) and Bret Saberhagen accomplished this feat in 1994 with the New York Mets.

Sallee was born and later died in Higginsport, Ohio at the age of 65. He was buried at Confidence Cemetery in Georgetown, Ohio.

Stan Yerkes

Stanley Lewis Yerkes (November 28, 1874 in Cheltenham, Pennsylvania – July 28, 1940 in Boston, Massachusetts) nicknamed "Yank", was a professional baseball pitcher. He played in Major League Baseball from 1901-03 for the Baltimore Orioles and St. Louis Cardinals. Yerkes set many career highs during the 1903 season while pitching for the Cardinals. He appeared in 39 games (starting 37) during that season, and had a 12-21 record with a 3.66 ERA.

Taylor Douthit

Taylor Lee Douthit (April 22, 1901 – May 28, 1986), was a Major League Baseball outfielder. He played for the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, and Cincinnati Reds from 1923 to 1933.

Ted Breitenstein

Theodore P. ("Ted" or "Breit") Breitenstein (June 1, 1869 – May 3, 1935) was an American Major League Baseball pitcher from St. Louis, Missouri who played from 1891 to 1901 for the St. Louis Browns/Cardinals and the Cincinnati Reds. He is best known for throwing a no-hitter in his first Major League start, along with the "Pretzel Battery" with fellow German-American battery mate Heinie Peitz.

Toad Ramsey

Thomas H. "Toad" Ramsey (August 8, 1864 – March 27, 1906) was an American Major League Baseball player who pitched in the majors from 1885 to 1890. Ramsey spent his entire career in the American Association, split between two different teams. He played for the Louisville Colonels and St. Louis Browns. He is sometimes credited as the inventor of the knuckleball pitch, and was one of the top pitchers in the Association for more than two years, with statistics that put him in the top five in multiple pitching categories.

Todd Worrell

Todd Roland Worrell (born September 28, 1959) is a retired professional baseball relief pitcher. He played all or part of eleven seasons in Major League Baseball for the St. Louis Cardinals and Los Angeles Dodgers between 1985 and 1997. During his playing career, Worrall was a three-time National League All-Star.

American Association single-season batting records (1882–91)
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Refs
Batting average .435 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

.366 (1889)

Jocko Milligan

.357 (1887)

Bob Caruthers

.357 (1887)

Dave Foutz

.350 (1890)

Tommy McCarthy

[24]
On-base percentage .490 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

.463 (1887)

Bob Caruthers

.449 (1890)

Chief Roseman

.448 (1886)

Bob Caruthers

.445 (1891)

Denny Lyons

[25]
Slugging percentage .691 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

.623 (1889)

Jocko Milligan

.547 (1887)

Bob Caruthers

.527 (1886)

Bob Caruthers

.513 (1890)

Count Campau

[26]
On-base plus slugging 1.180 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

1.030 (1889)

Jocko Milligan

1.010 (1887)

Bob Caruthers

.974 (1886)

Bob Caruthers

.901 (1887)

Dave Foutz

[27]
Adjusted on-base plus slugging 213 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

201 (1886)

Bob Caruthers

179 (1889)

Jocko Milligan

169 (1887)

Bob Caruthers

158 (1888)

Tip O'Neill

[28]
Games played 140 Shorty Fuller, Tommy McCarthy
(1889)
139 Dummy Hoy, Charles Comiskey
(1891)
138 Curt Welch,
Tip O'Neill (1886)
[29]
Plate appearances 688 (1891)

Dummy Hoy

677 (1887)

Arlie Latham

656 (1889)

Tommy McCarthy

647 Shorty Fuller (1891)

Bill Gleason (1887)

[30]
At bats 627 (1887)

Arlie Latham

604 (1889)

Tommy McCarthy

598 (1887)

Bill Gleason

587 (1889)

Charles Comiskey

579 (1886)

Tip O'Neill

[31]
Runs 167 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

163 (1887)

Arlie Latham

152 (1886)

Arlie Latham

139 (1887)

Charles Comiskey

137 (1890)

Tommy McCarthy

[32]
Hits 225 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

198 (1887)

Arlie Latham

192 (1890)

Tommy McCarthy

190 (1886)

Tip O'Neill

180 (1887)

Charles Comiskey

[33]
Total bases 357 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

259 (1887)

Arlie Latham

256 (1890)

Tommy McCarthy

255 (1886, 1889)

Tip O'Neill

[34]
Doubles 52 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

35 (1887)

Arlie Latham

33 (1889)

Tip O'Neill

32 Curt Welch (1887)

Yank Robinson (1887)

[35]
Triples 19 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

14 (1886)

Tip O'Neill, Bob Caruthers

13 Dave Foutz (1887)

Curt Welch (1886)

[36]
Home runs 16 (1889)

Charlie Duffee

14 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

12 (1889)

Jocko Milligan

11 (1891)

Denny Lyons

10 (1891)

Tip O'Neill

[37]
RBI 123 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

110 (1889)

Tip O'Neill

108 (1887)

Curt Welch, Dave Foutz

107 (1886)

Tip O'Neill

[38]
Bases on balls 118 (1889)

Yank Robinson

117 (1891)

Dummy Hoy

116 (1888)

Yank Robinson

92 (1887)

Yank Robinson

88 (1891)

Denny Lyons

[39]
Strikeouts 81 (1889)

Charlie Duffee

78 (1888)

Yank Robinson

64 (1888)

Silver King

58 (1891)

Denny Lyons

56 (1889)

Shorty Fuller

[40]
Stolen bases 129 (1887)

Arlie Latham

117 (1887)

Charles Comiskey

109 (1888)

Arlie Latham

93 (1888)

Tommy McCarthy

89 (1887)

Curt Welch

[41]
Runs created 173 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

108 (1890)

Tommy McCarthy

106 (1889)

Tip O'Neill

97 (1886)

Tip O'Neill

94 (1887)

Arlie Latham

[42]
Extra base hits 85 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

50 (1889)

Tip O'Neill

47 (1887)

Arlie Latham

46 (1886)

Curt Welch

45 (1886)

Tip O'Neill

[43]
Times on base 292 (1891)

Dummy Hoy

280 (1887)

Tip O'Neill

269 (1890)

Tommy McCarthy

256 (1886)

Tip O'Neill

248 Denny Lyons (1891)

Arlie Latham (1887)

[44]
Hit by pitch 29 (1890)

Chief Roseman

18 (1891)

Denny Lyons

17 (1887)

Yank Robinson

15 Bill Gleason (1885)

Yank Robinson (1886)

[45]
At bats per strikeout 48.91 (1887)

Charles Comiskey

30.95 (1889)

Charles Comiskey

30.00 (1891)

Tommy McCarthy

26.00 (1887)

Bill Gleason

25.90 (1887)

Curt Welch

[46]
Outs made 454 (1891)

Shorty Fuller

431 (1886)

Charles Comiskey

429 (1887)

Arlie Latham

428 (1889)

Tommy McCarthy

426 (1887)

Bill Gleason

[47]
Early National League / "Dead-ball era" single-season batting records (1892–1920)
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Refs
Batting average .396 (1899)

Jesse Burkett *

.376 (1901)

Jesse Burkett *

.370 (1920)

Rogers Hornsby

.363 (1900)

Jesse Burkett *

.344 (1900)

John McGraw *

[48]
On-base percentage .505 (1900)

John McGraw *

.463 (1899)

Jesse Burkett *

.440 (1901)

Jesse Burkett *

.432 (1913)

Miller Huggins#

.431 (1920)

Rogers Hornsby

[49]
Slugging percentage .582 (1894)

Roger Connor *

.559 (1920)

Rogers Hornsby

.509 (1901)

Jesse Burkett *

.504 (1895)

Roger Connor *

.500 (1899)

Jesse Burkett *

[50]
On-base plus slugging .991 (1894)

Roger Connor *

.990 (1920)

Rogers Hornsby

.963 (1899)

Jesse Burkett *

.949 (1901)

Jesse Burkett *

.924 (1895)

Roger Connor *

[51]
Adjusted on-base plus slugging 185 (1920)

Rogers Hornsby

181 (1901)

Jesse Burkett *

169 (1917)

Rogers Hornsby

167 (1904)

Mike Grady *

161 (1899)

Jesse Burkett *

[52]
Games played 158 (1911)

Ed Konetchy

155 Milt Stock (1920), Dots Miller (1914),

Rube Ellis * (1911)

154

6 total

[53]
Plate appearances 708 (1920)

Milt Stock

688 (1920)

Miller Huggins#

680 Ed Konetchy (1911)

Pug Bennett * (1906)

673 (1901)

Jesse Burkett *

[54]
At bats 639 (1920)

Milt Stock

602 Lave Cross (1898)

Steve Brodie * (1892)

601 (1901)

Jesse Burkett *

598 (1892)

Perry Werden

[55]
Runs 142 (1901)

Jesse Burkett *

116 (1899)

Jesse Burkett *

114 (1893)

Tommy Dowd

109 (1899)

Emmet Heidrick

108 (1895)

Duff Cooley *

[56]
Hits 226 (1901)

Jesse Burkett *

221 (1899)

Jesse Burkett *

218 (1920)

Rogers Hornsby

204 (1920)

Milt Stock

203 (1900)

Jesse Burkett *

[57]
Total bases 329 (1920)

Rogers Hornsby

306 (1901)

Jesse Burkett *

279 (1899)

Jesse Burkett *

265 (1900)

Jesse Burkett *

264 (1895)

Duff Cooley *

[58]
Doubles 44 (1920)

Rogers Hornsby

38 (1911)

Ed Konetchy

34 (1901)

Bobby Wallace

33 (1920)

Jack Fournier *

29 (1911)

Mike Mowrey

[59]
Triples 29 (1893)

Perry Werden

25 Tom Long (1915)

Roger Connor * (1894)

20 Duff Cooley * (1895)

Rogers Hornsby (1920)

[60]
Home runs 12 Bobby Wallace (1899)

Bones Ely (1894)

11 (1896)

Roger Connor *

10 Austin McHenry (1920), Jesse Burkett * (1901)

Mike Donlin * (1900)

[61]
RBI 108 (1899)

Bobby Wallace

94 Rogers Hornsby (1920)

Perry Werden (1893)

91 (1901)

Bobby Wallace

89 (1894)

Bones Ely

[62]
Bases on balls 136 (1892)

Jack Crooks

121 (1893)

Jack Crooks

116 (1910)

Miller Huggins#

105 (1914)

Miller Huggins#

96 (1911)

Miller Huggins#

[63]
Strikeouts 80 (1906)

George McBride

77 (1916)

Bruno Betzel

76 (1909)

Rube Ellis *

74 (1914)

Cozy Dolan *

73 Austin McHenry (1920),

Walton Cruise * (1917), Bobby Byrne (1907)

[64]
Stolen bases 59 (1893)

Tommy Dowd

55 (1899)

Emmet Heidrick *

48 (1908)

Red Murray

45 (1900)

Patsy Donovan *

42 (1914)

Cozy Dolan

[65]
Runs created 136 (1920)

Rogers Hornsby

132 (1901)

Jesse Burkett *

129 (1899)

Jesse Burkett *

113 (1900)

Jesse Burkett *

101 (1895)

Duff Cooley *

[66]
Extra base hits 73 (1920)

Rogers Hornsby

60 (1894)

Roger Connor *

57 (1911)

Ed Konetchy

54 (1901)

Bobby Wallace

52 (1893)

Perry Werden

[67]
Times on base 295 (1901)

Jesse Burkett *

290 (1899)

Jesse Burkett *

281 (1920)

Rogers Hornsby

268 (1900)

Jesse Burkett *

276 (1914)

Miller Huggins#

[68]
Hit by pitch 31 (1910)

Steve Evans

24 (1900)

Dan McGann

23 Dan McGann (1901)

John McGraw * (1900)

22 (1898)

Dick Harley *

[69]
Sacrifice hits 35 (1914)

Lee Magee#

31 (1920)

Doc Lavan

29 (1904)

Spike Shannon#

28 Milt Stock (1920)

Arnold Hauser (1911)

[70]
At bats per strikeout 134.33 (1899)

Lave Cross

78.14 (1893, 1895)

Joe Quinn

75.25 (1898)

Lave Cross

69.25 (1899)

Ed McKean

[71]
Outs made 480 (1920)

Milt Stock

460 (1906)

Pug Bennett *

457 (1898)

Tommy Dowd

450 Bob Bescher# (1916)

Dots Miller (1915)

[72]
War era to early expansion era single-season batting records (1921–68)
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Ref
Batting average .424 (1924)

Rogers Hornsby

.403 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

.401 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

.397 (1921)

Rogers Hornsby

.384 (1923)

Rogers Hornsby

[73]
On-base percentage .507 (1924)

Rogers Hornsby

.489 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

.459 (1923)

Rogers Hornsby

.459 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

.458 (1921)

Rogers Hornsby

[74]
Slugging percentage .756 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

.722 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

.702 (1948)

Stan Musial

.696 (1924)

Rogers Hornsby

.652 (1930)

Chick Hafey

[75]
On-base plus slugging 1.245 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

1.203 (1924)

Rogers Hornsby

1.181 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

1.152 (1948)

Stan Musial *

1.201 (1921)

Rogers Hornsby

[76]
Adjusted on-base plus slugging 222 (1924)

Rogers Hornsby

210 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

207 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

200 (1948)

Stan Musial *

191 (1921)

Rogers Hornsby

[77]
Games played 162 Ken Boyer & Curt Flood (1964),

Bill White * (1963)

161 Dick Groat (1964)

Julián Javier (1963)

[78]
Plate appearances 752 (1928)

Taylor Douthit

748 (1930)

Taylor Douthit

739 (1964)

Curt Flood

728 (1957)

Don Blasingame *

726 (1963)

Bill White *

[79]
At bats 689 (1967)

Lou Brock *

679 (1964)

Curt Flood

664 (1930)

Taylor Douthit

662 (1963)

Curt Flood

660 (1968)

Lou Brock *

[80]
Runs 141 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

135 (1948)

Stan Musial *

133 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

132 (1935)

Joe Medwick

131 (1921)

Rogers Hornsby

[81]
Hits 250 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

237 (1937)

Joe Medwick

235 (1921)

Rogers Hornsby

230 (1948)

Stan Musial *

228 (1946)

Stan Musial *

[82]
Total bases 450 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

429 (1948)

Stan Musial *

406 (1937)

Joe Medwick

382 (1949)

Stan Musial

381 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

[83]
Doubles 64 (1936)

Joe Medwick

56 (1937)

Joe Medwick

53 (1953)

Stan Musial *

52 (1939)

Enos Slaughter *

51 (1944)

Stan Musial

[84]
Triples 20 Stan Musial * (1943, 1946),

Jim Bottomley * (1928)

18 Stan Musial * (1948),

Joe Medwick (1934), Rogers Hornsby (1921)

[85]
Home runs 43 (1940)

Johnny Mize *

42 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

39 Stan Musial * (1948)

Rogers Hornsby (1925)

36 (1949)

Stan Musial *

[86]
RBI 154 (1937)

Joe Medwick

152 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

143 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

138 (1936)

Joe Medwick

137 (1940)

Johnny Mize *

[87]
Bases on balls 107 (1949)

Stan Musial *

105 (1953)

Stan Musial *

103 (1954)

Stan Musial *

98 (1951)

Stan Musial *

96 Solly Hemus * (1952)

Stan Musial * (1952)

[88]
Strikeouts 134 (1966)

Lou Brock *

125 (1953)

Steve Bilko

124 (1968)

Lou Brock *

116 (1965)

Lou Brock *

114 (1968)

Mike Shannon

[89]
Stolen bases 74 (1966)

Lou Brock *

63 (1965)

Lou Brock *

62 (1968)

Lou Brock *

52 (1967)

Lou Brock *

48 (1927)

Frankie Frisch #

[90]
Stolen base percentage

(Since 1951)

83.78 (1968)

Lou Brock *

82.61 (1960)

Julián Javier

80.44 (1966)

Lou Brock *

80.00 (1958)

Don Blasingame *

76.47 (1963)

George Altman *

[91]
Runs created 202 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

192 (1948)

Stan Musial *

185 (1925)

Rogers Hornsby

183 (1924)

Rogers Hornsby

167 Hornsby (1921)

Medwick (1937),
Musial * (1949)

[92]
Extra base hits 103 (1948)

Stan Musial *

102 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

97 (1937)

Joe Medwick

95 (1936)

Joe Medwick

93 (1928)

Jim Bottomley *

[93]
Times on base 321 (1949)

Stan Musial *

319 (1948)

Stan Musial *

318 (1924)

Rogers Hornsby

316 (1922)

Rogers Hornsby

311 (1953)

Stan Musial *

[94]
Hit by pitch 20 (1952)

Solly Hemus *

13 (1966)

Orlando Cepeda

12 Orlando Cepeda (1967)

Solly Hemus * (1953), George Watkins * (1933)

[95]
Sacrifice hits 37 Taylor Douthit (1926) 36 Harry Walker * (1943)

Milt Stock (1921)

31 (1926)

Les Bell

28 (1941)

Marty Marion

[96]
Sacrifice flies 11 (1954)

Ray Jablonski

9 Orlando Cepeda (1966)

Red Schoendienst# (1954), Bill Virdon * (1955)

6 tied with 8 [97]
Double plays grounded into 25 (1948)

Nippy Jones

24 (1958)

Gene Green

22 Ken Boyer (1964)

Del Ennis (1957)

21 (1938)

Joe Medwick

[98]
Intentional bases on balls 26 (1958)

Stan Musial *

23 (1967)

Orlando Cepeda

19 Tim McCarver * (1967)

Stan Musial * (1955, 1957)

[99]
At bats per strikeout 61.70 (1927)

Frankie Frisch#

55.09 (1943)

Jimmy Brown#

55.00 (1934)

Frankie Frisch#

43.92 (1929)

Frankie Frisch#

43.71 (1927)

Billy Southworth *

[100]
Outs made 512 (1967)

Lou Brock *

511 (1947)

Red Schoendienst#

500 (1964)

Curt Flood

496 (1950)

Red Schoendienst#

495 (1968)

Lou Brock *

[101]
Division play era single-season batting records (1969–present)
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Refs
Batting average .363 (1971)

Joe Torre

.359 (2003)

Albert Pujols

.357 (2008)

Albert Pujols

.353 (1985)

Willie McGee#

.344 (1979)

Keith Hernandez *

[102]
On-base percentage .483 (2000)

Mark McGwire

.470 (1998)

Mark McGwire

.462 (2008)

Albert Pujols

.459 (1985)

Jack Clark

.443 (2009)

Albert Pujols

[103]
Slugging percentage .752 (1998)

Mark McGwire

.746 (2000)

Mark McGwire

.697 (1999)

Mark McGwire

.671 (2006)

Albert Pujols

.667 (2003)

Albert Pujols

[104]
On-base plus slugging 1.229 (2000)

Mark McGwire

1.222 (1998)

Mark McGwire

1.120 (1999)

Mark McGwire

1.114 (2008)

Albert Pujols

1.106 (2003)

Albert Pujols

[105]
Adjusted on-base plus slugging 216 (1998)

Mark McGwire

203 (2000)

Mark McGwire

192 (2008)

Albert Pujols

189 (2009)

Albert Pujols

187 (2003)

Albert Pujols

[106]
Games played 163 (1989)

José Oquendo#

162 Pedro Guerrero (1989),

Terry Pendleton (1989)

8 tied with 161 [107]
Plate appearances 729 (1970)

Lou Brock *

727 (1973)

Lou Brock *

721 (1970)

Lou Brock *

717 (2013)

Matt Carpenter *

713 (2005)

David Eckstein

[108]
At bats 672 (1979)

Garry Templeton#

664 (1970)

Lou Brock *

655 (1969)

Lou Brock *

650 (1973)

Lou Brock *

647 (1978)

Garry Templeton#

[109]
Runs 137 (2003)

Albert Pujols

133 (2004)

Albert Pujols

130 (1998)

Mark McGwire

129 Jim Edmonds * (2000),

Albert Pujols (2005)

[110]
Hits 230 (1971)

Joe Torre

216 (1985)

Willie McGee#

212 (2003)

Albert Pujols

211 (1979)

Garry Templeton#

210 (1979)

Keith Hernandez

[111]
Total bases 394 (2003)

Albert Pujols

389 (2004)

Albert Pujols

383 (1998)

Mark McGwire

374 (2009)

Albert Pujols

363 (1999)

Mark McGwire

[112]
Doubles 55 (2013)

Matt Carpenter *

51 Albert Pujols (2003, 2004) 49 (2003)

Scott Rolen

48 Scott Rolen (2006),

Keith Hernandez (1979)

[113]
Triples 19 (1979)

Garry Templeton#

18 Willie McGee# (1985)

Garry Templeton# (1977)

15 (1991)

Ray Lankford *

14 (1997)

Delino DeShields *

[114]
Home runs 70 (1998)

Mark McGwire

65 (1999)

Mark McGwire

49 (2006)

Albert Pujols

47 (2009)

Albert Pujols

46 (2004)

Albert Pujols

[115]
RBI 147 Mark McGwire (1998, 1999)
137 Albert Pujols (2006)

Joe Torre (1971)

135 (2009)

Albert Pujols

[116]
Bases on balls 162 (1998)

Mark McGwire

136 (1987)

Jack Clark

133 (1999)

Mark McGwire

115 (2009)

Albert Pujols

104 (2008)

Albert Pujols

[117]
Strikeouts 167 (2000)

Jim Edmonds *

162 (1997)

Ron Gant

155 (1998)

Mark McGwire

151 (1998)

Ray Lankford *

150 (2004)

Jim Edmonds *

[118]
Stolen bases 118 (1974)

Lou Brock *

110 (1985)

Vince Coleman#

109 (1987)

Vince Coleman#

107 (1986)

Vince Coleman#

81 (1988)

Vince Coleman#

[119]
Stolen base percentage 91.18 (1985)

Tom Herr#

88.89 (2005)

Albert Pujols

88.43 (1986)

Vince Coleman#

87.50 (2002)

Eli Marrero

87.23 (1988)

Willie McGee#

[120]
Runs created 193 (1998)

Mark McGwire

176 (2003)

Albert Pujols

165 (2009)

Albert Pujols

160 Mark McGwire (1999)

Albert Pujols (2008)

[121]
Extra base hits 99 (2004)

Albert Pujols

95 (2003)

Albert Pujols

93 (2009)

Albert Pujols

91 (1998)

Mark McGwire

88 (2001)

Albert Pujols

[122]
Times on base 323 (1998)

Mark McGwire

314 (2009)

Albert Pujols

307 (1971)

Joe Torre

305 (2003)

Albert Pujols

304 (2005)

Albert Pujols

[123]
Hit by pitch 28 (2000)

Fernando Viña *

22 (2001)

Fernando Viña *

20 (2014)

Jon Jay *

18 (2002)

Fernando Viña *

17 (2014)

Matt Holliday

[124]
Sacrifice hits 25 (1973)

Ted Sizemore

21 (1975)

Ted Sizemore

18 (1974)

Ted Sizemore

16 (1986)

Danny Cox

14 Bob Forsch (1982)

Plácido Polanco (2001)

[125]
Sacrifice flies 14 (1982)

George Hendrick

13 (1985)

Tom Herr#

12 Pedro Guerrero (1989),

Tom Herr# (1987), Keith Hernandez * (1982)

[126]
Double plays grounded into 31 (2013)

Matt Holliday

29 Albert Pujols (2011)

Ted Simmons# (1973)

27 Yadier Molina (1999)

Albert Pujols (2007)

[127]
Intentional bases on balls 44 (2009)

Albert Pujols

38 (2010)

Albert Pujols

34 (2008)

Albert Pujols

26 Mark McGwire (1998)

Albert Pujols (2006)

[128]
At bats per strikeout 30.28 (1993)

Ozzie Smith#

24.23 (1984)

Ozzie Smith#

22.56 (1971)

Matty Alou *

19.89 (1985)

Ozzie Smith#

19.81 (1969)

Tim McCarver *

[129]
Outs made 500 Vince Coleman# (1985, 1988)
492 (1973)

Lou Brock

491 (1970)

Lou Brock

489 (1978)

Garry Templeton#

[130]
American Association single-season pitching records (1882–91)
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Refs
ERA
Adjusted ERA+
Wins
Losses
Winning percentage
Games played
Innings pitched
Complete games
Shutouts
Saves
Games finished
Hits allowed
Runs allowed
Earned runs allowed
Strikeouts
Bases on balls allowed
Home runs allowed
Hit batsmen
Wild pitches
Batters faced
WHIP
Strikeout to walk ratio
Strikeouts per nine innings pitched
Bases on balls per nine innings allowed
Hits per nine innings allowed
Home runs per nine innings allowed
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ERA
Adjusted ERA+
Wins
Losses
Winning percentage
Games played
Innings pitched
Complete games
Shutouts
Saves
Games finished
Hits allowed
Runs allowed
Earned runs allowed
Strikeouts
Bases on balls allowed
Home runs allowed
Hit batsmen
Wild pitches
Batters faced
WHIP
Strikeout to walk ratio
Strikeouts per nine innings pitched
Bases on balls per nine innings allowed
Hits per nine innings allowed
Home runs per nine innings allowed
War era to early expansion era single-season pitching records (1921–68)
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Refs
ERA
Adjusted ERA+
Wins
Losses
Winning percentage
Games played
Innings pitched
Complete games
Shutouts
Saves
Games finished
Hits allowed
Runs allowed
Earned runs allowed
Strikeouts
Bases on balls allowed
Home runs allowed
Hit batsmen
Wild pitches
Batters faced
WHIP
Strikeout to walk ratio
Strikeouts per nine innings pitched
Bases on balls per nine innings allowed
Hits per nine innings allowed
Home runs per nine innings allowed
Division play era single-season pitching records (1969–present)
Category Record 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place Refs
ERA 1.54 (1984)

Bruce Sutter

1.93 (1985)

John Tudor *

2.08 (1986)

Todd Worrell

2.16 (1992)

Bob Tewksbury

2.17 (1969)

Steve Carlton *

[131]
Adjusted ERA+ 227 (1984)

Bruce Sutter

185 (1985)

John Tudor *

182 (2009)

Chris Carpenter

176 (1986)

Todd Worrell

168 (1998)

Matt Morris

[132]
Wins 23 (1970)

Bob Gibson

22 (2001)

Matt Morris

21 Joaquín Andújar, John Tudor * (1985)

Chris Carpenter (2005)

[133]
Losses 19 Steve Carlton * (1970)

José DeLeón (1990)

17 Bob Forsch (1978), Joe Magrane * (1990),

Eric Rasmussen (1977), Kip Wells (2007)

[134]
Winning percentage .846 (1996)

Mark Petkovsek

.842 (2012)

Kyle Lohse

.833 (1987)

John Tudor *

.813 (1975)

Al Hrabosky

.810 (2009)

Chris Carpenter

[135]
Games played 89 (2001)

Steve Kline *

86 (2004)

Ray King *

81 (2015)

Kevin Siegrist *

78 Mitchell Boggs (2012)

Steve Kline * (2003), Jason Motte (2011)

[136]
Innings pitched 314 (1969)

Bob Gibson

294 (1970)

Bob Gibson

278 (1972)

Bob Gibson

275 (1985)

John Tudor *

273.1 (1971)

Steve Carlton *

[137]
Complete games
Shutouts
Saves
Games finished
Hits allowed
Runs allowed
Earned runs allowed
Strikeouts
Bases on balls allowed
Home runs allowed
Hit batsmen
Wild pitches
Batters faced
WHIP
Strikeout to walk ratio
Strikeouts per nine innings pitched
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Hits per nine innings allowed
Home runs per nine innings allowed
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