Who is the all time leader in ERA?

Who is the all time leader in ERA?

This is a list of the top 100 players in career earned run average, who have thrown at least 1,000 innings. Ed Walsh holds the MLB earned run average record with a 1.816.

Who has the best ERA in a single season?

Single-Season Leaders & Records for Earned Run Average

Rank Player (age that year) Earned Run Average
1. Robert Keyes 0.643
2. Roy Parnell (28) 0.833
3. Tim Keefe+ (23) 0.857
4. Garnett Blair (23) 0.957

Who led the AL in triples?

Sam Crawford and Willie Wilson of the Kansas City Royals each led the AL in triples five times and Stan Musial of the Cardinals had five triples crowns to lead the NL. Crawford also led the NL in triples once, with the Reds. 10.

What is the best ERA?

An ERA between 2.00 and 3.00 is also considered excellent and is only achieved by the best pitchers in the league. An ERA between 3.00 and 4.00 is above-average. An ERA between 4.00 and 5.00 is average; the majority of pitchers have an ERA in this range.

Who had 10 RBIs in a game?

Mark Reynolds
Mark Reynolds is the most recent player to have 10 RBIs in one game, achieving the feat in 2018.

What was the worst ERA ever?

The 10 worst ERAs of all time

Rk Player ERA
1 Les Sweetland 7.71
2 Jim Deshaies 7.39
3 Jack Knott 7.29
4 Jose Lima 6.99

Which decade was the best to grow up in?

Any millennial will tell you that the 1990s were (arguably) THE BEST decade to grow up in. We ’90s kids are very big into nostalgia, and it’s pretty easy to see why. So many things from the ’90s have had a great effect on pop culture and society as a whole.

What era are you living in?

Our current era is the Cenozoic, which is itself broken down into three periods. We live in the most recent period, the Quaternary, which is then broken down into two epochs: the current Holocene, and the previous Pleistocene, which ended 11,700 years ago.

Which team has best ERA?

MLB Team Earned Run Average

Rank Team 2021
1 NY Yankees 3.78
2 Houston 3.84
3 LA Dodgers 3.02
4 Tampa Bay 3.73

Has there ever been 2 grand slams in one game?

Saturday marks the 23rd anniversary of the night Cardinals third baseman Fernando Tatis pummeled two grand slams in the same inning at Dodger Stadium, and even more astonishingly, did so off the same pitcher (Chan Ho Park).