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Old 08-20-2014, 11:13 PM   #1
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List of Tiger team records

Single season records

Batting leaders
Batting Average: .420 Ty Cobb (1911)
On-Base Pct.: .487 Norm Cash (1961)
Slugging Pct.: .683 Hank Greenberg (1938)
OPS: 1.148 Norm Cash (1961)
Games: 163 Rocky Colavito (1961)
At Bats: 679 Harvey Kuenn (1953)
Runs: 147 Ty Cobb (1911)
Hits: 248 Ty Cobb (1911)
Total Bases: 397 Hank Greenberg (1937)
Doubles: 63 Hank Greenberg (1934)
Triples: 26 Sam Crawford (1914)
Home Runs: 58 Hank Greenberg (1938)
Runs Batted In: 183 Hank Greenberg (1937)
Bases on Balls: 137 Roy Cullenbine (1947)
Strikeouts: 182 Cecil Fielder (1990)
Stolen Bases: 96 Ty Cobb (1915)
Singles: 169 Ty Cobb (1911)
Runs Created: 172 Hank Greenberg (1937)
Extra-Base Hits: 103 Hank Greenberg (1937)
Times on Base: 336 Ty Cobb (1915)
Hit By Pitch: 24 Bill Freehan (1968)
Sacrifice Hits: 52 Donie Bush (1909)
Intentional Walks: 32 Miguel Cabrera (2010)
Grounded Into Double Plays: 29 Jimmy Bloodworth (1943)
At Bats per Strikeout: 57.3 Johnny Bassler (1925)
At Bats per Home Run: 9.6 Hank Greenberg (1938)
Outs: 525 Brian Hunter (1997)
Wins Above Replacement (Baseball-Reference): 11.4 Ty Cobb (1917)
Wins Above Replacement (Fangraphs): 11.5 Ty Cobb (1917)
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Pitching leaders
ERA: 1.64 Ed Summers (1908)
Wins: 31 Denny McLain (1968)
Won-Loss %: .862 Bill Donovan (1907)
WHIP: .905 Denny McLain (1968)
Hits Allowed per 9 Innings Pitched: 6.33 Jeff Robinson (1988)
Walks Allowed per 9 Innings Pitched: 1.29 Fred Hutchinson (1951)
Strikeouts per 9 Innings Pitched: 11.08 Max Scherzer (2012)
Saves: 49 José Valverde (2011)
Innings: 382⅓ George Mullin (1904)
Strikeouts: 308 Mickey Lolich (1971)
Games Started: 45 Mickey Lolich (1971)
Complete Games: 42 George Mullin (1904)
Shutouts: 9 Denny McLain (1969)
Home Runs Allowed: 42 Denny McLain (1966)
Walks Allowed: 158 Joe Coleman (1974)
Hits Allowed: 346 George Mullin (1907)
Strikeout to Walk: 4.44 Denny McLain (1968)
Losses: 23 George Mullin (1904)
Earned Runs Allowed: 142 Mickey Lolich (1974)
Wild Pitches: 24 Jack Morris (1987)
Hit Batters: 23 Howard Ehmke (1922)
Batters Faced: 1,597 George Mullin (1904)
Games Finished: 68 Willie Hernández (1984)
Wins Above Replacement (Baseball-Reference): 11.2 Hal Newhouser (1945)
Wins Above Replacement (Fangraphs): 10.2 Hal Newhouser (1946)
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Career records

Career batting records
Batting Average: .368 Ty Cobb
On-Base Percentage: .434 Ty Cobb
Slugging Percentage: .616 Hank Greenberg
OPS: 1.028 Hank Greenberg
Games: 2834 Al Kaline
At Bats: 10591 Ty Cobb
Runs: 2088 Ty Cobb
Hits: 3900 Ty Cobb
Total Bases: 5466 Ty Cobb
Doubles: 665 Ty Cobb
Triples: 284 Ty Cobb
Home Runs: 399 Al Kaline
Runs Batted In: 1804 Ty Cobb
Bases on Balls: 1277 Al Kaline
Strikeouts: 1103 Brandon Inge
Stolen Bases: 865 Ty Cobb
Singles: 2840 Ty Cobb
Runs Created: 2365 Ty Cobb
Extra-Base Hits: 1060 Ty Cobb
Times on Base: 5133 Ty Cobb
Hit By Pitch: 114 Bill Freehan
Sacrifice Hits: 327 Donie Bush
Sacrifice Flies: 104 Al Kaline
Intentional Walks: 131 Al Kaline
Grounded into Double Plays: 271 Al Kaline
At Bats per Strikeout: 31.6 Doc Cramer
At Bats per Home Run: 15.0 Cecil Fielder
Outs: 7594 Al Kaline
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Career pitching records
ERA: 2.34 Harry Coveleski
Wins: 222 Hooks Dauss
Won-Loss %: .654 Denny McLain
WHIP: 1.112 Denny McLain
Hits Allowed per 9 Innings Pitched: 7.56 Denny McLain
Walks Allowed per 9 Innings Pitched: 1.75 Don Mossi
Strikeouts per 9 Innings Pitched: 7.51 John Hiller
Games: 545 John Hiller
Saves: 206 Todd Jones
Innings: 3394 George Mullin
Strikeouts: 2679 Mickey Lolich
Games Started: 459 Mickey Lolich
Complete Games: 336 George Mullin
Shutouts: 39 Mickey Lolich
Home Runs Allowed: 329 Mickey Lolich
Walks Allowed: 1227 Hal Newhouser
Hits Allowed: 3407 Hooks Dauss
Strikeout to Walk: 2.87 Don Mossi
Losses: 182 Hooks Dauss
Earned Runs Allowed: 1289 Mickey Lolich
Wild Pitches: 155 Jack Morris
Hit Batsmen: 121 Hooks Dauss
Batters Faced: 14203 Hooks Dauss
Games Finished: 369 Mike Henneman
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Tigers hitting for the cycle
Bobby Veach, September 17, 1920
Bob Fothergill, September 26, 1926
Gee Walker, April 20, 1937
Charlie Gehringer, May 27, 1939
Vic Wertz, September 14, 1947
George Kell, June 2, 1950
Hoot Evers, September 7, 1950
Travis Fryman, July 28, 1993
Damion Easley, June 8, 2001
Carlos Guillén, August 1, 2006
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Tigers no-hitters
George Mullin, July 4, 1912
Virgil Trucks, May 15, 1952
Virgil Trucks, August 25, 1952
Jim Bunning, July 20, 1958
Jack Morris, April 7, 1984
Justin Verlander, June 12, 2007
Justin Verlander, May 7, 2011
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Perfect Game :(
Armando Galarraga
June 10th 2010.. (freaking Joyce)
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Old 08-20-2014, 11:48 PM   #2
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LOL Inge made the list.
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Old 08-21-2014, 12:05 AM   #3
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Great list..I hope KC doesn't object but I'm going to sticky it.
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Old 08-21-2014, 01:16 AM   #4
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Great Tigers Stats and Info Bob! Glad it was sticky'ed.
I gave it a 5 Star Rating.
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Old 08-21-2014, 01:35 AM   #5
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Wow I didn't realize Inge, Henneman, or Todd Jones played long enough to hold those records. Holding a record for strikeouts in a Tiger uniform... not a way to get popular.
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Old 08-21-2014, 02:17 PM   #6
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Verlander with 1789 K's... I wonder with his injury if he still has a shot at Mickey Lolich's 2679 still? Going into this season I thought he was a lock to catch ML.. Probably still is.. Hope he does...
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Old 02-10-2016, 05:21 AM   #7
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Verlander with 1789 K's... I wonder with his injury if he still has a shot at Mickey Lolich's 2679 still? Going into this season I thought he was a lock to catch ML.. Probably still is.. Hope he does...
Outside shot at all time wins also. Who could have, answered who holds the record lol.

But on another note damn Cobb was a beast
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Most teams played for (year) 1972 Mike Kilkenny: Tigers-Athletics-Padres-Indians (tied for most w/11 others, including ex-Tiger Dan Miceli ('97) in 2002.

Oldest living former Tiger: Johnny Groth 91 years, 5 days as of posting (1946-52) (1957.5-60)

Eddie Robinson: 96 years, 225 days (1 of 3 teams in his final 1957 season).

Tallest Tiger: Tony Clark 6' 8" (1995-2001). Shortest: Ralph (Pep) Young: 5' 5" (1915-21). Fattest: Dmitri (Meathook) Young @ ~295 lbs. Slowest: Prince Fielder (2012-13)

Worst short-term Tigers: 1B: Nate Colbert (1975) 2B: Steve Dillard (1978) SS: Neifi Perez (2006-07) 3B: Craig Paquette (2002-03) C:Matt Treanor (2009) RF: Jerry Morales (1979) -2.4 WAR CF: Eric Davis (1994) LF: Jaque Jones (2008) DH: Pete Incaviglia (1998) RHP Mike Pelfrey (2016) Brad Penny (2011) Jose Lima (1994-96) AND (2001-02) Masao Kida (1999-2000) LHP Jarrod Washburn (2009) Dontrelle Willis (2008-10.5) CJ Nitkowski (1999-2002.5) Dan Schatzeder (1980-81)

All teams have hundreds of RPs who could make their worst lists, including the Tigers, whose fans have had love-hate relationships. esp with late innings setups and closers, like this season with Rondon and K cum HRod. A few of the most disliked have been Kyle Farnsworth, Jason Grilli, Phil Choke, Jose Mesa, and esp Papa Grande and Joaquin Benoit postseason.




Death by suicide: Win Mercer Tigers Player-Manager 1903 (inhaled illuminating gas)

https://calltothepen.com/2017/01/12/...mmits-suicide/

By heart attack while still active (Dominican Winter League): Jose Lima 2010.

From diabetes: Marc Hall 1915.


Ex-convicts: Ron LeFlore (1974-77) Ugueth Urbina (2004-2005.5)



2 Grand Slams in 1 game: Jim Northrup 06-24-68 vs @ Indians 5th and 6th innings (one of only 13 players all-time) He actually could have had 3 GS that day, but flied out with 3 on in one of later 3 innings, IIRC.

Homers from both sides of plate/game: Nelson Simmons (09/16/85) Mickey Tettleton (05/07/1993) Chad Kreuter (09/07/93) Raul Casanova (06/06/96) Melvin Nieves 2 (07/15/96) (08/20/96) Tony Clark 6 (04/05/97) (06/17/98) (07/26/98) (08/01/98) (07/18/99) (07/25/99) Carlos Guillen 4 (05/31/04) (07/24/04) (09/12/06) (09/23/09) Dimitri Young (09/18/04) Victor Martinez (07/01/16).

Stole home Career: 54 Ty Cobb (50 with Tigers) MLB record.

Stole home Season: (1912) 8 Ty Cobb MLB record.

Stole second, third, and home after one AB: 4 Ty Cobb. MLB record.

Attempted AB with a clubhouse table-leg in 9th inning vs Nolan Ryan's no-hitter: Norm Cash Sunday, July 15, 1973 at Tiger Stadium:

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According to the Baseball Almanac, Sam (Wahoo) Crawford, who played multiple positions for the Tigers 1905-17 has the most career triples all-time, with 309 (including with the Cincy Reds 1899-1902) to 295 for Cobb (including Philly Athletics 1927-28).

http://www.baseball-almanac.com/hitting/hitrip1.shtml
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Bob, Miggy passed Kaline for most IBB with 155 to 131.
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