AL West Leaderboards Update

While you are cheering Ohtani on to win the AL MVP award, feel free to lower your sights and also root for your favorite Angel to end the season as the best in the AL West in one of several categories! The following leaderboards are as of the end of July.

Home Runs

1. Ohtani LAA 37
2. Olson OAK 27
3. Altuve HOU 25
4. Gallo TEX 25
5. Haniger SEA 25

Runs

1. Altuve HOU 80
2. Ohtani LAA 72
3. Haniger SEA 71
4. Olson OAK 68
5. Correa HOU 68

Runs Batted In

1. Ohtani LAA 82
2. Olson OAK 67
3. Alvarez HOU 67
4. Walsh LAA 67
5. Altuve HOU 65

Stolen Bases

1. Straw HOU 17
2. Ohtani LAA 15
3. Kiner-Falefa TEX 15
4. Laureano OAK 11
5. Canha OAK 10

Batting Average

1. Brantley HOU .330
2. Gurriel HOU .319
3. Fletcher LAA .304
4. Olson OAK .280
5. Altuve HOU .280

Hits

1. Fletcher LAA 121
2. Gurriel HOU 114
3. Brantley HOU 108
4. Altuve HOU 106
5. Crawford SEA 105

Doubles

1. Brantley HOU 26
2. Olson OAK 25
3. Correa HOU 25
4. Gurriel HOU 24
5. Tucker HOU 24

Triples

1. Ohtani LAA 4
2. Canha OAK 4
3. Chapman OAK 3
4. Brantley HOU 2
5. Garcia TEX 2

Walks

1. Gallo TEX 76
2. Lowe TEX 57
3. Correa HOU 53
4. Olson OAK 50
5. Canha OAK 49

Hit By Pitch

1. Canha OAK 18
2. France SEA 17
3. Solak TEX 13
4. Murphy OAK 11
5. Kiner-Falefa TEX 8

Sacrifice Bunts

1. Fletcher LAA 6
2. Andrus OAK 2
3. Straw HOU 1
4. Kiner-Falefa TEX 1
5. Solak TEX 1

Sacrifice Flies 

1. Gurriel HOU 11
2. Chapman OAK 8
3. Olson OAK 7
4. Altuve HOU 6
5. France SEA 4

Strikeout Percentage

1. Fletcher LAA 9.7%
2. Brantley HOU 10.6%
3. Gurriel HOU 10.9%
4. Altuve HOU 15.0%
5. Kiner-Falefa TEX 15.4%

Wins

1. Bassitt OAK 11
2. Greinke HOU 10
3. Montas OAK 9
4. Flexen SEA 9
5. Manaea OAK 8

Strikeouts

1. Bassitt OAK 139
2. Manaea OAK 137
3. Monatas OAK 132
4. Kikuchi SEA 124
5. McCullers, Jr. HOU 115

Starter WHIP

1. Bassitt OAK 1.06
2. Manaea OAK 1.14
3. Kikuchi SEA 1.16
4. Greinke HOU 1.16
5. Irvin OAK 1.18

Saves

1. Iglesias LAA 22
2. Pressly HOU 18
3. Trivino OAK 17
4. Kennedy TEX 16
5. Graveman SEA 10

Reliever WHIP

1. Graveman SEA 0.67
2. Iglesias LAA 0.88
3. Pressly HOU 0.91
4. Sewald SEA 0.93
5. Steckenrider SEA 0.98

Question: If the AL West consisted of just three teams, the Astros, the A’s and an “All-Star” team made of the best players on the Angels/Mariners/Rangers, would the All-Star team finish in third place?

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angelslogic
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2 months ago

Didn’t realize Fletch’s strike-out rate was so low. Love Mr. Contact.

Angels2020Champs
Super Member
2 months ago

Ohtani and Fletcher with a sprinkle of Iglesias, sounds about right.

Thanks for putting this together