Statistics in Major League Games Paul Has Attended

Paul’s Major League Baseball Stadium Stats Page

If you’re reading this, you’re doing it for one of three reasons:

1.  You are me.

2.  You are obsessed with me and my experiences at ballparks.

3.  You have reached a state of ennui so deep that no human language has come up with a word that does it justice.  Not even French.

If one of the above three do not apply to you, it’s time to go now.  Thanks for stopping by.

Here’s the plan:  I have always been curious about how my presence impacts teams and individuals.  Are there major league teams or players who should pay me to show up at their games, including airfare, nice hotel accommodations, and tickets to matinee shows before the night ballgame?  The following is set up mostly for me, so that I can keep a record book of what has happened in my presence.  I mean, I just like this stuff.  I’m even setting it up in black and white Courier type, so it looks like the newspapers I read growing up.  Plus, I figure that if I channel all of my obsessive-compulsive tendencies into this one area of my life, I can lead a rich, fulfilling, contributory existence on this planet.

I’m serious enough about this that I have picked up a Microsoft Access spreadsheet in which I have entered all stats for all games I have attended, and have input all major and minor league games I have seen.  I will update it each winter with the previous summer’s games.  So if there’s ever anything you want to know other than what is listed below, let me know.

Read on only if you dare.

On to the minutiae!

All statistics are through the 2012 baseball season.

CAREER BATTING–INDIVIDUALS

Highest Batting Average, Career, Paul’s Presence (minimum 10 at-bats):

.800–Preston Wilson, Florida/St. Louis (8-10).
.667–Derek Bell, Houston/San Diego (10-15).
.667–Randall Simon, Detroit (8-12).
.538–Howie Kendrick, Los Angeles Angels (7-13)
.529–Barry Bonds, San Francisco (9-17).

Highest Batting Average, Career, Paul’s Presence (minimum 20 at-bats):

.500–Mike Bordick, Baltimore/Oakland (13-26).
.500–Trot Nixon, Boston (10-20).
.481–Joe Randa, Kansas City/Detroit/Pittsburgh (13-27).
.450–Brad Fullmer, Anaheim/Texas/Toronto (9-20).
.448–Casey Kotchman, Anaheim/Los Angeles Angels/Seattle (13-29).

Highest Batting Average, Career, Paul’s Presence (minimum 80 at-bats):

.379–Dante Bichette, Colorado/Boston (33-87).
.318–Edgar Martinez, Seattle (88-277).
.313–Kenji Johjima, Seattle (31-99).
.309–Jose Vidro, Montreal/Washington/Seattle (25-81).
.301–John Olerud, Toronto/New York Mets/Seattle (53-176).

Lowest Batting Average, Career, Paul’s Presence (minimumm 20 at-bats):

.087–Austin Kearns, Cincinnati/Washington (2-23).
.095–Brad Wilkerson, Montreal/Washington/Texas/Seattle (2-21).
.100–Matt Tuiasosopo, Seattle (2-20).
.115–Ian Kinsler, Texas (3-26).
.120–Tom Lampkin, Milwaukee/San Francisco/Seattle (3-25).

Lowest Career Batting Average, Paul’s Presence (minimum 80 at-bats):

.190–David Bell, Seattle/Philadelphia (20-105).
.213–Richie Sexson, Cleveland/Milwaukee/Seattle (39-183).
.216–Mark McLemore, Baltimore/Texas/Seattle/Oakland (27-125).
.234–Raul Ibanez, Seattle/Kansas City/Philadelphia/New York Yankees (57-244).
.235–Willie Bloomquist, Seattle/Kansas City (27-115).

Highest OPS, Career, Paul’s Presence (minimum 10 plate appearances):

2.425–Brandon Phillips, Cincinnati.
2.227–Rafael Bournigal, Seattle.
2.000–Preston Wilson, Florida/St. Louis.
1.821–Derek Bell, Houston/San Diego.
1.768–Carlos Delgado, Toronto/Florida/New York Mets.

Highest OPS, Career, Paul’s Presence (minimum 20 plate appearances):

1.768–Carlos Delgado, Toronto/Florida/New York Mets.
1.516–Barry Bonds, San Francisco.
1.424–Gary Sheffield, Los Angeles Dodgers/New York Yankees/Detroit.
1.400–Trot Nixon, Boston.
1.400–Brad Fullmer, Anaheim/Texas/Toronto.

Highest OPS, Career, Paul’s Presence (minimum 80 plate appearances):

1.194–Andres Galarraga, Colorado/Texas.
1.046–Vinny Castilla, Colorado/San Diego/Washington.
1.009–Dante Bichette, Colorado/Boston.
.988–Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle/Cincinnati.
.983–Edgar Martinez, Seattle.

Lowest OPS, Career, Paul’s Presence (minimum 20 plate appearances):

.205–Mark Grudzielanek, Los Angeles Dodgers/Chicago Cubs/Kansas City.
.206–Raul Mondesi, Los Angeles Dodgers/Atlanta.
.240–Tom Lampkin, Milwaukee/Seattle.
.247–Austin Kearns, Cincinnati/Washington.
.293–Matt Tuiasosopo, Seattle.

Most Hits, Career, Paul’s Presence:

148–Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle.
88–Edgar Martinez, Seattle.
60–Bret Boone, Seattle.
57–Adrian Beltre, Los Angeles Dodgers/Seattle/Boston.
57–Raul Ibanez, Seattle/Kansas City/Philadelphia/New York Yankees.

Most Hits, Career, Paul’s Presence, by a player who was never a Rockie or Mariner:

23–Michael Young, Texas.
17–Mark Ellis, Oakland.
17–Garret Anderson, Anaheim/Los Angeles of Anaheim.
16–Nick Swisher, Oakland/Chicago White Sox/New York Yankees.
16–Eric Chavez, Oakland.
16–Mark Kotsay, Florida/San Diego/Oakland.

Most Career Hits, Active Players, where Paul Hasn’t Seen One Yet (in other words, guys I have to cross off the Seen Them Get A Hit List, numbers through 2009, top 100 active leaders only, numbers through 2012 season):

1096–Scott Podsednik (#81 overall).
1089–Ryan Braun (#82 overall).
1060–Shane Victorino (#88 overall).
1022–Yadier Molina (T#95 overall).
995–Melky Cabrera (#100 overall).

Most Home Runs, Career, Paul’s Presence:

15–Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle.
15–Edgar Martinez, Seattle.
11–Jay Buhner, Seattle.
9–Adrian Beltre, Los Angeles/Seattle.
9–Raul Ibanez, Seattle.
9–John Olerud, Seattle.

Most Home Runs, Career, Paul’s Presence, by a player other than a Rockie or Mariner:

8–Carlos Delgado, Toronto/Florida/New York Mets.
5–Juan Gonzalez, Texas/Cleveland.
4–Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox/Oakland.
3 (tie)–19 players.

Most Career Home Runs, Active Players, where Paul Hasn’t Seen One Yet (in other words, guys I have to cross off the Seen Them Homer List, numbers through 2012 season):

434–Andruw Jones (#7 overall).
401–David Ortiz (#11 overall).
360–Lance Berkman (#13 overall).
354–Todd Helton (#15 overall).
334–Carlos Beltran (#19 overall).

Most Stolen Bases, Career, Paul’s Presence:

17–Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle.
8–Alex Rodriguez, Seattle/Texas.
7–(tie) Chone Figgins, Los Angeles of Anaheim/Seattle.
Marc McLemore, Texas/Baltimore/Seattle/Oakland.
5 (tie)–Willie Bloomquist, Seattle.
Bret Boone, Seattle.
Mike Cameron, Seattle.
Eric Young, Colorado/Los Angeles.

Most Stolen Bases, Career, Paul’s Presence, by a player other than a Rockie or Mariner:

3–Omar Vizquel, Cleveland.

2–(tie) 29 players.

Active career leaders in stolen bases who have yet to steal a base in my presence (in other words, those I need to cross of my See Them Steal A Base List, numbers through 2012 season):

591–Juan Pierre (#1 overall).
408–Johnny Damon (#5 overall).
403–Jimmy Rollins (#7 overall).
399–Bobby Abreu (#8 overall).
276–Michael Bourn (#15 overall).

CAREER PITCHING–INDIVIDUALS

Most Wins, Career, Paul’s Presence:

8–Jamie Moyer, Baltimore/Seattle.
7–Felix Hernandez, Seattle
6–Freddy Garcia, Seattle.
5 (tie)–Jarrod Washburn, Los Angeles of Anaheim/Seattle.
–Randy Johnson, Seattle/New York Yankees.

Most Wins, Career, Paul’s Presence, by a player other than a Rockie or Mariner:

3–Rich Harden, Oakland.
C.C. Sabathia, Cleveland.
Mike Mussina, Baltimore/New York Yankees.

2 (tie)–Dallas Braden, Oakland.
Bartolo Colon, Los Angeles of Anaheim.
Josh Towers, Baltimore/Toronto.
Roger Clemens, New York Yankees/Houston.
Carlos Almanzar, San Diego/Texas.
Mark Mulder, Oakland.
Kevin Appier, Kansas City/Anaheim.
Steve Sparks, Detroit.
Pat Mahomes, Boston/Texas.

Active Leaders in Career Wins who have yet to win in my presence (in other words, folks I still need to cross off the See Them Win List, numbers through 2009 season):

175–Derek Lowe (#7 overall).
174–Mark Buehrle (#8 overall).
169–Kevin Millwood (#10 overall).
163–Roy Oswalt (#11 overall).
140–Jeff Suppan (#15 overall).

Most Losses, Career, Paul’s Presence:

7–Ryan Franklin, Seattle.
6–(tie) Felix Hernandez, Seattle.
–Jarrod Washburn, Los Angeles of Anaheim/Seattle.
–Jamie Moyer, Seattle.
–Freddy Garcia, Seattle.

Most Losses, Career, by a player other than a Rockie or Mariner:

4–Kevin Millwood, Texas.
2–Tim Redding, Houston/Washington.
–Tomokazu Ohka, Boston/Montreal.
–Ben Sheets, Milwaukee.
–Ramon Martinez, Los Angeles/Boston.
–Darrell May, Kansas City.
–Charles Nagy, Cleveland.

Most Saves, Career, Paul’s Presence:

10–J.J. Putz, Seattle.
6–Kazuhiro Sasaki, Seattle.
5 (tie)–David Aardsma, Seattle.
–Mariano Rivera, New York Yankees.
4 (tie)–Francisco Rodriguez, Anaheim/LAA.
–Randy Myers, Chicago Cubs/Baltimore.

Most Saves, Career, in Paul’s Presence, by a player other than a Mariner:

5–Mariano Rivera, New York Yankees.
4 (tie)–Francisco Rodriguez, Anaheim/LAA.
–Randy Myers, Chicago Cubs/Baltimore.
3 (tie)–Trevor Hoffman, San Diego.
–Todd Jones, Detroit.
–Keith Foulke, Chicago White Sox/Oakland/Boston.

Active Leaders in Career Saves who have yet to save a game in my presence (in other words, folks I still need to cross off the See Them Get A Save List, numbers through 2005 season):

277–Jose Valverde (#6 overall).
257–Jonathan Papelbon (#7 overall).
225–Brad Lidge (#8 overall).
171–Brian Wilson (#12 overall).
160–Joakim Soria (#13 overall).

Lowest Earned Run Average, Career (minimum 20 innings pitched):

1.29–C.C. Sabathia, Cleveland.
1.33–J.J. Putz, Seattle.
2.05–Mike Mussina, Baltimore/New York Yankees.
2.20–Bartolo Colon, Cleveland/Los Angeles of Anaheim.
2.25 (tie)–Shigetoshi Hasegawa, Anaheim/Seattle.
–Tim Hudson, Oakland.

Highest Earned Run Average, Career (minimum .33 innings pitched):

162.00–Mac Suzuki, Seattle.
81.00 (tie)–Kazuo Fukumori, Texas.
–Dave Elder, Cleveland.
54.00 (tie)–Bryan Hickerson, Colorado.
–Roman Colon, Atlanta.
–Travis Harper, Tampa Bay.

Most Earned Runs Given Up With Zero Innings Pitched, Career:

3 (tie)–Jeff Gray, Seattle.
–J.D. Smart, Texas.
–Ricky Bottalico, Kansas City.
–Bob Ojeda, Boston.

Lowest WHIP, Paul’s Presence, Career (minimum 20 innings pitched):

0.70–J.J. Putz, Seattle.
0.73:–Mike Mussina, Baltimore/New York Yankees.
0.81–Miguel Batista, Arizona/Seattle.
0.98:–Bartolo Colon, Cleveland/Los Angeles of Anaheim.
1.00:–Orlando Hernandez, New York Yankees/Chicago White Sox/New York Mets.

GAME BATTING–INDIVIDUALS

Most Hits, Game

6–Andres Galarraga, Colorado vs. Houston, July 3, 1995.
5 (tie)–Paul Konerko, Chicago White Sox at Seattle, May 8, 2011.
–Alex Rodriguez, Seattle vs. Detroit, August 18, 1998.
4 (tie)–37 times.

HOME RUNS:

Most Home Runs, Game

3–Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle vs. New York Yankees, May 24, 1996.
2 (tie)–27 times.

STOLEN BASES:

Most stolen bases, game

3–Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle vs. San Diego, June 29, 2003.
2 (tie)–20 times.

RUNS SCORED:

Most runs scored, game

5 (tie)–Carlos Delgado, Toronto at Seattle, May 3, 1999.
(tie)–Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle vs. New York Yankees, May 24, 1996.

4 (tie)–Torii Hunter, Minnesota at Seattle, August 14, 2007.
–Angel Berroa, Kansas City at Detroit, July 22, 2004.
–Ed Sprague, Toronto at Seattle, April 22, 1996.
–Andres Galarraga, Colorado vs. Houston, July 3, 1995.

RUNS BATTED IN:

Most Runs Batted In, Game

7 (tie)–Mike Sweeney, Kansas City at Detroit, July 22, 2004.
Richie Sexson, Milwaukee vs. St. Louis, April 18, 2002.

6 (tie)–Omar Vizquel, Cleveland vs. Seattle, October 13, 2001 (Game 3, ALDS).
–Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle vs. New York Yankees, May 24, 1996.
5 (tie)–Dave Ross, Cincinnati at Seattle, June 22, 2007.
–Carlos Delgado, Toronto at Seattle, May 3, 1999.
–Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle vs. Toronto, April 30, 1999.
–Dante Bichette, Colorado vs. New York Mets, August 9, 1998.
–Craig Paquette, Kansas City vs. Seattle, May 24, 1997.
–Joe Carter, Toronto at Seattle, April 22, 1996.
–Ed Sprague, Toronto at Seattle, April 22, 1996.
–Andres Galarraga, Colorado vs. Houston, July 3, 1995.

GAME PITCHING–INDIVIDUALS

Most Strikeouts, Game:

16–Randy Johnson, Seattle vs. Kansas City, July 18, 1997.
15–Roger Clemens, New York Yankees at Seattle, October 14, 2000 (Game 4, ALCS, ties record for most strikeouts in a Championship Series game).
14–Randy Johnson, Seattle vs. Chicago White Sox, March 31, 1996.
13 (Tie)–Felix Hernandez, Seattle vs. Boston, June 28, 2012.
–Felix Hernandez, Seattle vs. Oakland, August 10, 2010.
Most Walks, Game:

7 (tie)–Jamie Moyer, Seattle vs. New York Yankees, August 29, 2000.
–Jeff Suppan, Kansas City at Seattle, April 23, 2000.

6 (tie)–11 times.

Notable Individual Pitching Performances (either <5 hits allowed or no runs allowed):

One-hitter:

Zack Grienke, Kansas City at Seattle, August 30, 2009 (5 strikeouts, 1 walk, won 3-0).
Roger Clemens, New York Yankees at Seattle, October 14, 2000 (Game 4, ALCS, 15 strikeouts, 2 walks, won 5-0).

Two-hitter:

Jamie Moyer, Seattle vs. Kansas City, June 2, 2006 (2 strikeouts, 1 walk, won 4-0).

Three-hitter:

Jason Vargas, Seattle vs. Philadelphia, June 19, 2011 (6 strikeouts, 2 walks, won 2-0).
Miguel Batista, Arizona at Oakland, July 1, 2006 (6 strikeouts, 1 walk, won 7-2).
Joel Pineiro, Seattle vs. Texas, July 26, 2003 (7 strikeouts, 2 walks, won 4-0).
Freddy Garcia, Seattle vs. Anaheim, September 18, 2001 (9 strikeouts, 4 walks, won 4-0).
Jack McDowell, Chicago White Sox vs. Baltimore, July 1, 1993 (3 strikeouts, 1 walk, 1 earned run, lost 0-1).
Mike Williams, Philadelphia at Los Angeles, July 5, 1992 (1 strikeout, 1 walk, 1 earned run, won 9-3).

Four-hitter:

Dallas Braden, Oakland vs. Seattle, August 11, 2010 (6 strikeouts, 2 walks, won 5-1).
Bartolo Colon, Los Angeles of Anaheim at Seattle, July 5, 2006 (2 strikeouts, no walks, won 4-0).
Kirk Saarloos, Oakland at Seattle, June 23, 2005 (7 strikeouts, no walks, won 5-0).
Freddy Garcia, Seattle vs. San Diego, June 25, 2004 (5 strikeouts, 3 walks, 3 earned runs, lost 2-3).
Woody Williams, San Diego vs. Philadelphia, July 31, 2000 (4 strikeouts, 2 walks, 1 earned run, won 4-1).

Five-hit shutout:

Felix Hernandez, Seattle vs. Boston, June 28, 2012 (13 strikeouts, 1 walk, won 1-0).
Carl Pavano, New York Yankees at Seattle, May 17, 2005 (7 strikeouts, no walks, won 6-0).
Gil Meche, Seattle vs. Boston, September 12, 2004 (4 strikeouts, 1 walk, won 2-0).

Notable Combined Pitching Performances (either <5 hits allowed or no runs allowed):

Two-hitter:

Felix Hernandez (8) and Brandon League (1), Seattle vs. Florida, June 24, 2011 (won 5-1).
Daniel Cabrera (8) and B.J. Ryan (1), Baltimore at Seattle, July 14, 2005 (won 5-3).
Jamie Moyer (7), Arthur Rhodes (1), and Kazuhiro Sasaki (1), Seattle vs. Baltimore, September 9, 2001 (won 6-0).
Randy Johnson (6), Mike Timlin (1.1), Norm Charlton (.1), and Heathcliff Slocumb (1.1), Seattle vs. Cleveland, August 20, 1997 (won 1-0).

Three-hitter:

Ivan Nova (5), Clay Rapada (.2),  David Phelps (1.1), David Robertson (1) and Rafael Soriano (1), New York Yankees at Seattle, July 25, 2012 (won 5-2).
Michael Pineda (6), Aaron Laffey (1), David Pauley (1) and Brandon League (1), Seattle at Oakland, July 4, 2011 (won 2-1).
Miguel Batista (8) and Sean Green (1), Seattle vs. Texas, September 29, 2007 (won 5-1).
Aaron Harang (8) and Mike Gosling (1), Cincinnati at Seattle, June 22, 2007 (won 16-1).
Joel Pineiro (8) and Shigetoshi Hasegawa (1), Seattle vs. Houston, June 8, 2004 (lost 0-1).
Joel Pineiro (7), Arthur Rhodes (1) and Jeff Nelson (1), Seattle vs. Detroit, July 31, 2003 (won 4-0).
Pedro Martinez (8) and Rolando Arrojo (1), Boston at Seattle, May 1, 2001 (won 2-0).
Ricky Bones (7), Jesse Orosco (1.1), and Doug Henry (.2), Milwaukee at Cleveland, June 24, 1993 (won 5-3).

Four-hitter:

Oscar Villareal (5), Chad Peronto (1), Danys Baez (2), and Bob Wickman (1), Atlanta at Washington, August 17, 2006 (won 5-0).
Jarrod Washburn (6.2), Rafael Soriano (1.1), and J.J. Putz (1), Seattle vs. Tampa Bay, August 9, 2006 (won 2-0).
Gil Meche (7), Rafael Soriano (1) and J.J. Putz (1), Seattle vs. Detroit, July 9, 2006 (won 3-2).
Jarrod Washburn (7), Rafael Soriano (1) and George Sherrill (1), Seattle vs. Cleveland, May 7, 2006 (lost 0-2).
Randy Johnson (7), Tom Gordon (1) and Mariano Rivera (1), New York Yankees at Seattle, August 31, 2005 (won 2-0).
Bartolo Colon (8) and Esteban Yan (1), Los Angeles of Anaheim at Seattle, August 13, 2005 (won 9-1).
Jarrod Washburn (7.2) and Brendan Donnelly (1.1), Los Angeles of Anaheim at Seattle, May 2, 2005 (won 5-0).
Chan Ho Park (7), Ben Shouse (0), Doug Brocail (1) and Francisco Cordero (1), Texas at Seattle, October 3, 2004 (won 3-0).
Ben Sheets (5), Dave Burba (2) and Ben Ford (2), Milwaukee at Houston, April 15, 2004 (won 6-2).
Eric DuBose (8), Jorge Julio (.1) and B.J. Ryan (0), Baltimore at Seattle, August 29, 2003 (lost 2-3).
Jamie Moyer (7), Jeff Nelson (1) and Arthur Rhodes (1), Seattle vs. Anaheim, April 8, 2003 (won 5-0).
Kevin Appier (8) and Troy Percival (1), Anaheim at Seattle, July 28, 2002 (won 1-0).
Mike Sirotka (7), Bobby Howry (1.1), Kerry Wunsch (0), and Keith Foulke (.2), Chicago White Sox at Seattle, August 25, 2000 (won 4-1).
Randy Johnson (8) and Scott Sanders (1), Seattle vs. Colorado, June 13, 1997 (won 6-1).
Dave Stewart (6) and Kevin Campbell (3), Oakland at Texas, August 4, 1992 (won 9-0).

Five-hit shutout:

Felix Hernandez (8) and David Aardsma (1), Seattle vs. Oakland, August 10, 2010 (won 2-0)
Edwin Jackson (7.2), Bobby Seay (.1), and Fernando Rodney (1), Detroit at Seattle, April 18, 2009 (won 2-0).
Jake Woods (5), Julio Mateo (2.1), and Eric O’Flaherty (1.2), Seattle vs. Boston, August 25, 2006 (won 6-0).
Ryan Franklin (8) and Arthur Rhodes (1), Seattle vs. Montreal, June 12, 2003 (won 1-0).
Jarrod Washburn (8) and Troy Percival (1), Anaheim at Seattle, April 10, 2003 (won 3-0).
Jamie Moyer (8) and Gregg Olson (1), Baltimore at Chicago White Sox, July 1, 1993 (won 1-0).

Six-hit shutout:

Roger Clemens (6.2), Ben Lidge (1.1), and Octavio Dotel (1), Houston at Seattle, June 8, 2004 (won 1-0).

Seven-hit shutout:

Mark Mulder (7), Ricardo Rincon (.2) and Keith Foulke (1.1), Oakland at Seattle, July 24, 2003 (won 3-0).

Nine-hit shutout:

C.C. Sabathia (8) and Bob Wickman (1), Cleveland at Seattle, May 7, 2006 (won 2-0).

TEAM RECORDS IN MY PRESENCE

American League

(through 2012 season)

Team W/L Pct. Home Road Playoffs
New York Yankees 9-4 .692 1-0 8-4 2-0
California/Anaheim/LA Angels 12-6 .667 1-1 11-5
Detroit 10-6 .625 3-1 7-5
Cleveland 8-5 .615 1-2 6-3 1-1
Oakland 16-12 .571 1-2 15-10
Toronto 7-6 .538 2-0 5-6
Baltimore 7-7 .500 1-1 6-6
Seattle 82-88 .482 80-86 2-2 1-3
Chicago White Sox 4-5 .444 0-2 4-3
Minnesota 4-6 .400 0-1 4-5
Boston 7-11 .389 0-2 7-9
Kansas City 5-8 .385 1-0 4-8
Texas 8-13 .381 1-2 7-11
Tampa Bay 3-6 .333 0-1 3-5

National League

(through 2012 season)

Team W/L Pct. Home Road Playoffs
San Diego 9-3 .750 2-1 7-2
Chicago Cubs 5-2 .714 2-1 3-1
Arizona 2-1 .667 1-0 1-1
Pittsburgh 5-3 .625 2-2 3-1
Montreal/Washington 7-6 .538 2-4 5-2
Cincinnati 4-4 .500 0-2 4-2
St. Louis 3-3 .500 2-1 1-2
Houston 3-3 .500 2-2 1-1
Los Angeles 3-3 .500 1-2 2-1
Philadelphia 3-4 .429 2-0 1-4
Florida 3-4 .429 0-1 1-3
Colorado 11-12 .478 9-10 2-2 0-1
Atlanta 4-5 .444 0-2 3-2 1-0
New York Mets 3-4 .429 1-0 2-4
San Francisco 3-5 .375 2-0 1-5
Milwaukee 4-7 .364 1-3 3-4

SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS

RUNS

Most runs, game:

17–Cleveland vs. Seattle, October 13, 2001 (Game 3, ALDS) (won 17-2).
16 (tie)–Cincinnati at Seattle, June 22, 2007 (won 16-1).
–Toronto at Seattle, May 3, 1999 (won 16-10).
–Toronto at Seattle, April 22, 1996 (won 16-7).
15 (tie)–Tampa Bay at Seattle, May 30, 1999 (won 15-7).
–Colorado vs. Houston, July 3, 1995 (won 15-10).

Most runs, game, both teams:

26–Toronto (16) at Seattle (10), May 3, 1999.
25–Houston (10) at Colorado (15), July 3, 1995.
23 (tie)–Colorado (11) at Seattle (12), June 12, 1997.
–Toronto (16) at Seattle (7), April 22, 1996.
22 (tie)–Tampa Bay (15) at Seattle (7), May 30, 1999.
(tie)–Cleveland (8) at Seattle (14), April 8, 1997.

HITS:

Most hits, game:

21–Colorado vs. Houston, July 3, 1995.
19 (tie)–Oakland at Seattle, September 26, 2006.
–Cleveland vs. Seattle, October 13, 2001 (game 3, ALDS).
18 (tie)–Minnesota at Seattle, August 14, 2007.
–Colorado at Seattle, June 12, 1997.
–Cleveland at Seattle, April 8, 1997.
–San Diego at Colorado, June 28, 1994 (first game).

Most hits, game, both teams:

35–Cleveland (18) at Seattle (17), April 8, 1997.
34–Houston (13) at Colorado (21), July 3, 1995.
32 (tie)–Oakland (16) at Texas (16), April 13, 2004.
Tampa Bay (17) at Seattle (15), May 30, 1999.
San Diego (18) at Colorado (14), June 28, 1994 (first game).

Fewest hits, game, both teams:

6 (tie)–Kansas City (5) at Seattle(1), August 30, 2009.
–New York Yankees (5) at Seattle (1), October 14, 2000 (Game 4, ALCS).
8 (tie)–Florida (2) at Seattle (6), June 24, 2011 (Florida as home team)
–Baltimore (3) at Chicago White Sox (5), July 1, 1993.
9 (tie)–Seattle (6) at Oakland (3), July 4, 2011.
–Tampa Bay (4) at Seattle (5), August 9, 2006.
–New York Yankees (5) at Seattle (4), August 31, 2005.
–Los Angeles of Anaheim (5) at Seattle (4), May 2, 2005.
–Houston (3) at Seattle (6), June 8, 2004.
–Detroit (3) at Seattle (6), July 31, 2003.

ERRORS

Most errors, game:

4 (tie)–Seattle vs. Los Angeles Dodgers, June 6, 1998.
–Seattle vs. Kansas City, August 12, 1996.
–Colorado vs. Atlanta, October 3, 1995 (Game 1, NLDS).
–Colorado vs. Pittsburgh, August 22, 1995.
–Colorado vs. San Diego, June 28, 1994 (2nd game, 11 innings).

Most errors, both teams, game:

5 (tie)–Los Angeles Dodgers (1) vs. Seattle (4), June 6, 1998.
–Atlanta (1) at Colorado (4), October 3, 1995 (Game 1, NLDS).
4 (tie)–10 times.

HOME RUNS

Most home runs, game:

5 (tie)–Cincinnati at Seattle, June 22, 2007.
–Seattle vs. Toronto, May 3, 1999.
–Toronto at Seattle, April 30, 1999.
–Colorado vs. Houston, July 3, 1995.
4 (tie)–10 times.

Most home runs, game, both teams:

9 (tie)–Toronto (4) at Seattle (5), May 3, 1999.
–Toronto (5) at Seattle (4), April 30, 1999.
7 (tie)–Toronto (3) at Seattle (4), April 22, 1996.
–Houston (2) at Colorado (5), July 3, 1995.
–San Francisco (3) at Colorado (4), May 11, 1995.

STRIKEOUTS

Most strikeouts, game (pitchers’ team listed):

21–Seattle vs. Chicago White Sox, March 31, 1996 (12 innings).
16–Seattle vs. Kansas City, July 18, 1997
15 (tie)–Chicago Cubs vs. Cincinnati, April 19, 2002.
–New York Yankees at Seattle, October 14, 2000 (Game 4, ALCS).
14 (tie)–Seattle vs. Chicago White Sox, May 8, 2011.
–Seattle vs. Oakland, August 10, 2010.
–San Diego at Seattle, May 20, 2007.
–New York Yankees at Seattle, May 7, 2003.
–Los Angeles vs. Milwaukee, August 4, 2000.

Most strikeouts, game, both teams (strikeouts by pitchers given, not by batters):

29–Chicago White Sox (8) at Seattle (21), March 31, 1996 (12 innings).
24–Boston (13) at Seattle (11), July 23, 2008 (12 innings).
22 (tie)–Los Angeles Angels (12) at Seattle (10), May 26, 2012.
–Cincinnati (7) at Chicago Cubs (15), April 19, 2002.
21 (tie)–Oakland (7) at Seattle (14), August 10, 2010.
–Milwaukee (11) at Los Angeles (10), August 5, 2000.
–Chicago Cubs (9) at New York Mets (12), July 24, 1999.

STOLEN BASES

Most stolen bases, game:

4–San Diego at Seattle, July 16, 1999.
3 (tie)–15 times.

Most stolen bases, game, both teams:

5–Atlanta (2) at Pittsburgh (3), August 3, 2006.
4 (tie)–Los Angeles of Anaheim (3) at Seattle (1), April 13, 2008.
–Cleveland (2) at Seattle (2), April 25, 2000.
–Boston (1) at Seattle (3), September 6, 1999.
–San Diego (4) at Seattle (0), July 16, 1999.
–Toronto (2) at Seattle (2), April 30, 1999.
–Boston (1) at Seattle (3), August 25, 1997.
–Kansas City (2) at Seattle (2), July 18. 1997.

Longest game:

12 innings (tie)–New York Yankees at Seattle, May 8, 2011.
–Boston at Seattle, July 23, 2008.
–Chicago White Sox at Seattle, August 26, 2005.
–Chicago White Sox at Seattle, March 31, 1996.
11 innings (tie)–Boston at Seattle, June 27, 2007.
–San Diego at Colorado, June 28, 1994 (second game).

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