Fantasy Baseball Leaders – 7/6/09

Jul 6, 2009

Batting Average
Ichiro Suzuki - .362
Hanley Ramirez – .346
Carlos Beltran - .336
Albert Pujols – .336
Pablo Sandoval – .333

Runs
Albert Pujols - 66
Brian Roberts – 62
Johnny Damon - 61
Chone Figgins – 61
Marco Scutaro – 60

HRs

Albert Pujols - 31
Adrian Gonzalez - 24
Mark Reynolds – 24
Carlos Pena - 23
Three tied at 22

RBI
Albert Pujols – 82
Prince Fielder – 76
Jason Bay – 70
Justin Morneau – 69
Evan Longoria - 64

SBs

Carl Crawford – 41
Jacoby Ellsbury – 35
B.J. Upton – 30
Michael Bourn - 27
Chone Figgins – 24

Wins
Zack Greinke – 10
Roy Halladay - 10
Jason Marquis – 10
Kevin Slowey - 10
Tim Wakefield – 10

ERA
Zack Greinke - 2.00
Dan Haren - 2.16
Tim Lincecum – 2.23
Matt Cain – 2.48
Edwin Jackson - 2.59

WHIP

Dan Haren - 0.83
Zach Greinke - 1.05
Tim Lincecum – 1.05
Edwin Jackson – 1.07
Javier Vazquez - 1.07

Strikeouts
Tim Lincecum - 141
Javier Vazquez - 130
Justin Verlander - 130
Jon Lester – 123
Zack Greinke - 120

Saves
Brian Fuentes – 24
Heath Bell - 23
Joe Nathan – 22
Mariano Rivera – 21
Francisco Rodriguez – 21
Brian Wilson - 21

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2 Responses so far | Have Your Say!

  1. Frank
    July 6th, 2009 at 10:50 am #

    One can see why many think Pujols is the best hitter in the game.
    Heath Bell’s performance impressive … especially as a closer on a struggling team.

  2. LestersLegends
    July 6th, 2009 at 11:22 am #

    Pujols is an animal. Bell had a tough act to follow, and he’s been great.

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