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    Quote Originally Posted by death2redemptions View Post
    2015 - Bryce Harper 42 HR 99 RBI
    2015 - Mike Trout 41 HR 90 RBI

    2017 - J.D. Martinez 39 HR 88 RBI -One more and he could be joining the club

    oh yeah Trout came to mind too.

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    #21 yup, solo...rbi #40

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael.petkus View Post
    Kris Bryant has 19 solo shots of his 27 homers so far this year I believe.


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    But that's kinda not what I was getting at. With O'Neill and his 110rbi, with only 19hr, that means he did everything else needed to get those runs in, not just hit home runs. So say with Cruz, he hit 43 solo shots, that's 43 of his 93rbi just from homers. I doubt they were all solo though. I was just saying O'Neill didnt get almost half of his rbi's from home runs

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    Here are the percentage records for most solo homers since 1954 according to Fangraphs:

    15+ homers:
    Ken Singleton went 15-15, all solo homers in 1975.

    20+ homers:
    Curtis Granderson, 21 of 23 homers were solo in 2007.

    25+ homers:
    Toby Harrah, 22 of 25 were solo in 1982.
    Bobby Bonds, 22 of 26 in 1970.

    40+ homers:
    Richard Hidalgo, 35 of 44 were solo in 2000.
    Barry Bonds, 35 of 45 were solo in 2003.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    Here are the percentage records for most solo homers since 1954 according to Fangraphs:

    15+ homers:
    Ken Singleton went 15-15, all solo homers in 1975.

    20+ homers:
    Curtis Granderson, 21 of 23 homers were solo in 2007.

    25+ homers:
    Toby Harrah, 22 of 25 were solo in 1982.
    Bobby Bonds, 22 of 26 in 1970.

    40+ homers:
    Richard Hidalgo, 35 of 44 were solo in 2000.
    Barry Bonds, 35 of 45 were solo in 2003.
    Wow, those are crazy, especially for the guys with 40+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    Here are the percentage records for most solo homers since 1954 according to Fangraphs:

    15+ homers:
    Ken Singleton went 15-15, all solo homers in 1975.

    20+ homers:
    Curtis Granderson, 21 of 23 homers were solo in 2007.

    25+ homers:
    Toby Harrah, 22 of 25 were solo in 1982.
    Bobby Bonds, 22 of 26 in 1970.

    40+ homers:
    Richard Hidalgo, 35 of 44 were solo in 2000.
    Barry Bonds, 35 of 45 were solo in 2003.
    Crazy stats. Good info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    Here are the percentage records for most solo homers since 1954 according to Fangraphs:

    15+ homers:
    Ken Singleton went 15-15, all solo homers in 1975.

    20+ homers:
    Curtis Granderson, 21 of 23 homers were solo in 2007.

    25+ homers:
    Toby Harrah, 22 of 25 were solo in 1982.
    Bobby Bonds, 22 of 26 in 1970.

    40+ homers:
    Richard Hidalgo, 35 of 44 were solo in 2000.
    Barry Bonds, 35 of 45 were solo in 2003.
    I've been trying to find it but can't, maybe you can help. I am looking for HR's/AB's, for this season. I see that Stanton is at 10 AB's per HR, which leads the league among qualified batters but I am curious where some of these rookies are in the mix. Olson ATM is averaging a HR per just under 8 AB's, which is crazy. He has 22 HR's in 172 AB's........
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    Quote Originally Posted by WCTYSON View Post
    I've been trying to find it but can't, maybe you can help. I am looking for HR's/AB's, for this season. I see that Stanton is at 10 AB's per HR, which leads the league among qualified batters but I am curious where some of these rookies are in the mix. Olson ATM is averaging a HR per just under 8 AB's, which is crazy. He has 22 HR's in 172 AB's........
    J.D. Martinez is hitting a HR less than every 10 at-bats (like 9.8 at-bats). With the D-Backs he's hitting a HR every 8 at-bats.

    But I believe he falls just short of qualifying (which is nuts because he has 40 HR)
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    Quote Originally Posted by death2redemptions View Post
    J.D. Martinez is hitting a HR less than every 10 at-bats (like 9.8 at-bats). With the D-Backs he's hitting a HR every 8 at-bats.

    But I believe he falls just short of qualifying (which is nuts because he has 40 HR)
    Just like the team as a whole, J.D. is being overlooked by most fans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WCTYSON View Post
    Just like the team as a whole, J.D. is being overlooked by most fans.
    Do you think Judge still has a shot at breaking the rookie HR record?

    He needs 5 to tie it and 6 to break it and there are 12 games left in the season for the Yankees. That seems like a tough task but Judge has been heating up and we know when he gets on a roll he hits a lot of jacks in a small period of time. He has hit 5 HR in his last 8 games.

    Improbable as it may seem, I feel If he stays hot for the remainder of the season he has a semi-realistic shot. I'd put his chances somewhere around 20%
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    Quote Originally Posted by death2redemptions View Post
    Do you think Judge still has a shot at breaking the rookie HR record?

    He needs 5 to tie it and 6 to break it and there are 12 games left in the season for the Yankees. That seems like a tough task but Judge has been heating up and we know when he gets on a roll he hits a lot of jacks in a small period of time. He has hit 5 HR in his last 8 games.

    Improbable as it may seem, I feel If he stays hot for the remainder of the season he has a semi-realistic shot. I'd put his chances somewhere around 20%
    Probably not, being he slumped for too long, but if he does make it close it will be a very exciting end to the season before the playoffs. I'll be watching Stanton too, as he chases 61.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WCTYSON View Post
    I've been trying to find it but can't, maybe you can help. I am looking for HR's/AB's, for this season. I see that Stanton is at 10 AB's per HR, which leads the league among qualified batters but I am curious where some of these rookies are in the mix. Olson ATM is averaging a HR per just under 8 AB's, which is crazy. He has 22 HR's in 172 AB's........
    I could only find qualified batters, so it includes rookies like Judge and Bellinger, but not guys like Rhys Hoskins.

    https://www.teamrankings.com/mlb/pla...ate=per-at-bat

    1 Giancarlo Stanton Miami Marlins RF 10.0
    2 Joey Gallo Texas Rangers 3B 10.8
    3 Aaron Judge New York Yankees RF 11.5
    4 Cody Bellinger Los Angeles Dodgers 1B 11.6
    5 Logan Morrison Tampa Bay Rays 1B 13.2
    6 Khris Davis Oakland Athletics LF 13.5
    7 Justin Smoak Toronto Blue Jays 1B 13.7
    8 Bryce Harper Washington Nationals RF 13.9
    9 Gary Sanchez New York Yankees C 14.0
    10 Eric Thames Milwaukee Brewers 1B 14.1
    11 Edwin Encarnacion Cleveland Indians DH 14.3
    12 Mike Moustakas Kansas City Royals 3B 14.4
    13 Mike Napoli Texas Rangers 1B 14.7
    14 Joey Votto Cincinnati Reds 1B 14.8
    15 Miguel Sano Minnesota Twins 3B 14.9
    16 Ryan Zimmerman Washington Nationals 1B 14.9
    17 Paul Goldschmidt Arizona Diamondbacks 1B 15.0
    18 Jay Bruce Cleveland Indians RF 15.1
    19 Nelson Cruz Seattle Mariners DH 15.5
    20 George Springer Houston Astros RF 15.8
    21 Scott Schebler Cincinnati Reds LF 16.1
    22 Justin Upton Los Angeles Angels LF 16.5
    23 Travis Shaw Milwaukee Brewers 3B 16.5
    24 Nolan Arenado Colorado Rockies 3B 16.7
    25 Anthony Rizzo Chicago Cubs 1B 16.7
    26 Marcell Ozuna Miami Marlins CF 16.9
    27 Mark Reynolds Colorado Rockies 1B 16.9
    28 Yonder Alonso Seattle Mariners 1B 17.0
    29 Steven Souza Jr. Tampa Bay Rays RF 17.1
    30 Todd Frazier New York Yankees 3B 17.1
    31 Charlie Blackmon Colorado Rockies CF 17.1
    32 Curtis Granderson Los Angeles Dodgers CF 17.5
    33 Chris Davis Baltimore Orioles 1B 17.6
    34 Salvador Perez Kansas City Royals C 17.7
    35 Adam Duvall Cincinnati Reds LF 18.0
    36 Jonathan Schoop Baltimore Orioles 2B 18.1
    37 Matt Joyce Oakland Athletics RF 18.2
    38 Yasiel Puig Los Angeles Dodgers RF 18.2
    39 Manny Machado Baltimore Orioles 3B 18.3
    40 Jose Abreu Chicago White Sox 1B 18.7
    41 Brian Dozier Minnesota Twins 2B 18.7
    42 Wil Myers San Diego Padres 1B 18.9
    43 Jake Lamb Arizona Diamondbacks 3B 18.9
    44 Marwin Gonzalez Houston Astros LF 19.1
    45 Tommy Pham St. Louis Cardinals CF 19.1
    46 Kris Bryant Chicago Cubs 3B 19.1
    47 Eddie Rosario Minnesota Twins LF 19.2
    48 Eugenio Suarez Cincinnati Reds 3B 19.3
    49 Domingo Santana Milwaukee Brewers RF 19.5
    50 Kendrys Morales Toronto Blue Jays DH 19.5
    51 Rougned Odor Texas Rangers 2B 19.7
    52 Anthony Rendon Washington Nationals 3B 19.8
    53 Javier Baez Chicago Cubs 3B 20.0
    54 Francisco Lindor Cleveland Indians SS 20.2
    55 Jose Ramirez Cleveland Indians 3B 20.2
    56 Andrew McCutchen Pittsburgh Pirates RF 20.5
    57 Didi Gregorius New York Yankees SS 20.5
    58 Justin Turner Los Angeles Dodgers 3B 20.7
    59 Trey Mancini Baltimore Orioles LF 20.8
    60 Hanley Ramirez Boston Red Sox DH 21.2
    61 Corey Dickerson Tampa Bay Rays LF 21.2
    62 Josh Bell Pittsburgh Pirates 1B 21.3
    63 Ryon Healy Oakland Athletics DH 21.4
    64 Kyle Seager Seattle Mariners 3B 21.7
    65 Trevor Story Colorado Rockies SS 21.9
    66 Adam Jones Baltimore Orioles CF 22.2
    67 Daniel Murphy Washington Nationals 2B 22.7
    68 Tommy Joseph Philadelphia Phillies 1B 22.8
    69 Carlos Santana Cleveland Indians 1B 23.0
    70 Eric Hosmer Kansas City Royals 1B 23.3
    71 Matt Carpenter St. Louis Cardinals 3B 23.4
    72 Tim Beckham Baltimore Orioles SS 23.4
    73 Mark Trumbo Baltimore Orioles DH 23.5
    74 Chris Taylor Los Angeles Dodgers LF 23.9
    75 Jose Altuve Houston Astros 2B 24.1
    76 Nicholas Castellanos Detroit Tigers 3B 24.7
    77 Albert Pujols Los Angeles Angels DH 24.8
    78 Jose Bautista Toronto Blue Jays RF 24.8
    79 Corey Seager Los Angeles Dodgers SS 24.9
    80 Mitch Moreland Boston Red Sox 1B 25.1
    81 Robinson Cano Seattle Mariners 2B 25.9
    82 Jackie Bradley Jr. Boston Red Sox CF 26.2
    83 Byron Buxton Minnesota Twins CF 26.4
    84 Nomar Mazara Texas Rangers RF 26.6
    85 Shin-Soo Choo Texas Rangers RF 26.9
    86 Maikel Franco Philadelphia Phillies 3B 27.1
    87 Ian Kinsler Detroit Tigers 2B 27.2
    88 Mookie Betts Boston Red Sox RF 27.3
    89 Max Kepler Minnesota Twins CF 27.9
    90 Brett Gardner New York Yankees LF 28.1
    91 Avisail Garcia Chicago White Sox RF 28.1
    92 Andrew Benintendi Boston Red Sox LF 28.3
    93 Miguel Cabrera Detroit Tigers 1B 28.3
    94 Yadier Molina St. Louis Cardinals C 28.4
    95 Yulieski Gurriel Houston Astros 1B 28.8
    96 Elvis Andrus Texas Rangers SS 29.6
    97 Josh Harrison Pittsburgh Pirates 2B 30.4
    98 J.T. Realmuto Miami Marlins C 31.1
    99 Kole Calhoun Los Angeles Angels RF 31.1
    100 Whit Merrifield Kansas City Royals 2B 31.4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    Here you go:

    https://www.teamrankings.com/mlb/pla...s-per-home-run

    1 Giancarlo Stanton Miami Marlins RF 10.0
    2 Joey Gallo Texas Rangers 3B 10.8
    3 Aaron Judge New York Yankees RF 11.5
    4 Cody Bellinger Los Angeles Dodgers 1B 11.6
    5 Logan Morrison Tampa Bay Rays 1B 13.2
    6 Khris Davis Oakland Athletics LF 13.5
    7 Justin Smoak Toronto Blue Jays 1B 13.7
    8 Bryce Harper Washington Nationals RF 13.9
    9 Gary Sanchez New York Yankees C 14.0
    10 Eric Thames Milwaukee Brewers 1B 14.1
    11 Edwin Encarnacion Cleveland Indians DH 14.3
    12 Mike Moustakas Kansas City Royals 3B 14.4
    13 Mike Napoli Texas Rangers 1B 14.7
    14 Joey Votto Cincinnati Reds 1B 14.8
    15 Miguel Sano Minnesota Twins 3B 14.9
    16 Ryan Zimmerman Washington Nationals 1B 14.9
    17 Paul Goldschmidt Arizona Diamondbacks 1B 15.0
    18 Jay Bruce Cleveland Indians RF 15.1
    19 Nelson Cruz Seattle Mariners DH 15.5
    20 George Springer Houston Astros RF 15.8
    21 Scott Schebler Cincinnati Reds LF 16.1
    22 Justin Upton Los Angeles Angels LF 16.5
    23 Travis Shaw Milwaukee Brewers 3B 16.5
    24 Nolan Arenado Colorado Rockies 3B 16.7
    25 Anthony Rizzo Chicago Cubs 1B 16.7
    26 Marcell Ozuna Miami Marlins CF 16.9
    27 Mark Reynolds Colorado Rockies 1B 16.9
    28 Yonder Alonso Seattle Mariners 1B 17.0
    29 Steven Souza Jr. Tampa Bay Rays RF 17.1
    30 Todd Frazier New York Yankees 3B 17.1
    31 Charlie Blackmon Colorado Rockies CF 17.1
    32 Curtis Granderson Los Angeles Dodgers CF 17.5
    33 Chris Davis Baltimore Orioles 1B 17.6
    34 Salvador Perez Kansas City Royals C 17.7
    35 Adam Duvall Cincinnati Reds LF 18.0
    36 Jonathan Schoop Baltimore Orioles 2B 18.1
    37 Matt Joyce Oakland Athletics RF 18.2
    38 Yasiel Puig Los Angeles Dodgers RF 18.2
    39 Manny Machado Baltimore Orioles 3B 18.3
    40 Jose Abreu Chicago White Sox 1B 18.7
    41 Brian Dozier Minnesota Twins 2B 18.7
    42 Wil Myers San Diego Padres 1B 18.9
    43 Jake Lamb Arizona Diamondbacks 3B 18.9
    44 Marwin Gonzalez Houston Astros LF 19.1
    45 Tommy Pham St. Louis Cardinals CF 19.1
    46 Kris Bryant Chicago Cubs 3B 19.1
    47 Eddie Rosario Minnesota Twins LF 19.2
    48 Eugenio Suarez Cincinnati Reds 3B 19.3
    49 Domingo Santana Milwaukee Brewers RF 19.5
    50 Kendrys Morales Toronto Blue Jays DH 19.5
    51 Rougned Odor Texas Rangers 2B 19.7
    52 Anthony Rendon Washington Nationals 3B 19.8
    53 Javier Baez Chicago Cubs 3B 20.0
    54 Francisco Lindor Cleveland Indians SS 20.2
    55 Jose Ramirez Cleveland Indians 3B 20.2
    56 Andrew McCutchen Pittsburgh Pirates RF 20.5
    57 Didi Gregorius New York Yankees SS 20.5
    58 Justin Turner Los Angeles Dodgers 3B 20.7
    59 Trey Mancini Baltimore Orioles LF 20.8
    60 Hanley Ramirez Boston Red Sox DH 21.2
    61 Corey Dickerson Tampa Bay Rays LF 21.2
    62 Josh Bell Pittsburgh Pirates 1B 21.3
    63 Ryon Healy Oakland Athletics DH 21.4
    64 Kyle Seager Seattle Mariners 3B 21.7
    65 Trevor Story Colorado Rockies SS 21.9
    66 Adam Jones Baltimore Orioles CF 22.2
    67 Daniel Murphy Washington Nationals 2B 22.7
    68 Tommy Joseph Philadelphia Phillies 1B 22.8
    69 Carlos Santana Cleveland Indians 1B 23.0
    70 Eric Hosmer Kansas City Royals 1B 23.3
    71 Matt Carpenter St. Louis Cardinals 3B 23.4
    72 Tim Beckham Baltimore Orioles SS 23.4
    73 Mark Trumbo Baltimore Orioles DH 23.5
    74 Chris Taylor Los Angeles Dodgers LF 23.9
    75 Jose Altuve Houston Astros 2B 24.1
    76 Nicholas Castellanos Detroit Tigers 3B 24.7
    77 Albert Pujols Los Angeles Angels DH 24.8
    78 Jose Bautista Toronto Blue Jays RF 24.8
    79 Corey Seager Los Angeles Dodgers SS 24.9
    80 Mitch Moreland Boston Red Sox 1B 25.1
    81 Robinson Cano Seattle Mariners 2B 25.9
    82 Jackie Bradley Jr. Boston Red Sox CF 26.2
    83 Byron Buxton Minnesota Twins CF 26.4
    84 Nomar Mazara Texas Rangers RF 26.6
    85 Shin-Soo Choo Texas Rangers RF 26.9
    86 Maikel Franco Philadelphia Phillies 3B 27.1
    87 Ian Kinsler Detroit Tigers 2B 27.2
    88 Mookie Betts Boston Red Sox RF 27.3
    89 Max Kepler Minnesota Twins CF 27.9
    90 Brett Gardner New York Yankees LF 28.1
    91 Avisail Garcia Chicago White Sox RF 28.1
    92 Andrew Benintendi Boston Red Sox LF 28.3
    93 Miguel Cabrera Detroit Tigers 1B 28.3
    94 Yadier Molina St. Louis Cardinals C 28.4
    95 Yulieski Gurriel Houston Astros 1B 28.8
    96 Elvis Andrus Texas Rangers SS 29.6
    97 Josh Harrison Pittsburgh Pirates 2B 30.4
    98 J.T. Realmuto Miami Marlins C 31.1
    99 Kole Calhoun Los Angeles Angels RF 31.1
    100 Whit Merrifield Kansas City Royals 2B 31.4
    Yes, I saw that but thank you for checking. I guess I should have done a better job clarifying that I was trying to find a list that included batters that do not qualify or that also includes them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WCTYSON View Post
    Probably not, being he slumped for too long, but if he does make it close it will be a very exciting end to the season before the playoffs. I'll be watching Stanton too, as he chases 61.
    Just reaching 60 would be a huge feat in my mind.

    However, my thoughts are similar to the reservations you have with Judge. The way Stanton has been hitting lately with the lack of recent power (2 in last 10 games) leads me to believe it's highly unlikely that he'll reach 60 but not impossible.
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