All-Time F.I.P.’er Greats

All-time, MLB, single pitching seasons with the following parameters:

  • 220 strikeouts
  • 4.50 K/BB
  • HR/9 allowed < 0.66

 

Rk              Player Year  SO SO/W  HR9  Tm GS  FIP ERA+
1    Christy  Mathewson 1908 259 6.17 0.12 NYG 44 1.29  168
2             Ed  Walsh 1908 269 4.80 0.04 CHW 49 1.42  162
3       Walter  Johnson 1913 243 6.39 0.23 WSH 36 1.90  259
4         Sandy  Koufax 1963 306 5.28 0.52 LAD 40 1.85  159
5           Tom  Seaver 1971 289 4.74 0.57 NYM 35 1.93  194
6        Roger  Clemens 1988 291 4.69 0.58 BOS 35 2.17  141
7        Randy  Johnson 1995 294 4.52 0.50 SEA 30 2.08  193
8       Pedro  Martinez 1997 305 4.55 0.60 MON 31 2.39  219
9          Kevin  Brown 1998 257 5.24 0.28 SDP 35 2.23  164
10      Pedro  Martinez 1999 313 8.46 0.38 BOS 29 1.39  243
11      Pedro  Martinez 2002 239 5.98 0.59 BOS 30 2.24  202
12          Mark  Prior 2003 245 4.90 0.64 CHC 30 2.47  179
13        Zack  Greinke 2009 242 4.75 0.43 KCR 33 2.33  205
14        Roy  Halladay 2011 220 6.29 0.39 PHI 32 2.20  163
15     Clayton  Kershaw 2011 248 4.59 0.58 LAD 33 2.47  161
16        Corey  Kluber 2014 223 4.85 0.62 CLE 30 2.60  152

Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Play Index Tool Used
Generated 9/7/2014.

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Posted on September 9, 2014, in MLB, MLB history, pitching rants and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Can you update your list, based on final 2014 stats? Both Kluber and Kershaw ended up with better numbers than what are on this list – Kluber because his final #s were better than his partial season and Kershaw because his final start total should qualify his great season. Thanks.

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