1991 Rewind: Team Leaders

BATTING

GAMES

  1.  Chili Davis, 153
  2. Kirby Puckett, 152
  3. Chuck Knoblauch, 151

PLATE APPEARANCES

  1.  Puckett, 661
  2. Knoblauch, 636
  3. Davis, 634

AT-BATS

  1.  Puckett, 611
  2. Knoblauch, 565
  3. Davis, 534

RUNS

  1.  Puckett, 92
  2. Davis, 84
  3. Shane Mack, 79

HITS

  1.  Puckett, 195
  2. Knoblauch, 159
  3. Davis, 148

DOUBLES

  1.  Davis, 34
  2. Puckett, 29
  3. Brian Harper, 28

TRIPLES

  1.  Dan Gladden, 9
  2. Mack, 8
  3. Knoblauch, 6
    Puckett, 6

HOME RUNS

  1.  Davis, 29
  2. Kent Hrbek, 20
  3. Mack, 18

RBI

  1.  Davis, 93
  2. Hrbek, 89
    Puckett, 89

STOLEN BASES

  1.  Knoblauch, 25
  2. Gladden, 15
  3. Mack, 13

WALKS

  1.  Davis, 95
  2. Hrbek, 67
  3. Knoblauch, 59

STRIKEOUTS

  1.  Davis, 117
  2. Mack, 79
  3. Puckett, 78

AVERAGE

  1. Puckett, .319
  2. Harper, .311
  3. Mack, .310

OBP

  1. Davis, .385
  2. Hrbek, .373
  3. Mack, 363

SLUGGING

  1. Mack, .529
  2. Davis, .507
  3. Hrbek, .461

OPS

  1. Mack, .893
  2. Davis, .892
  3. Hrbek, .834

OPS+

  1. Davis, 141
  2. Mack, 140
  3. Hrbek, 125

TOTAL BASES

  1. Puckett, 281
  2. Davis, 271
  3. Mack, 234

GIDP

  1. Puckett, 27
  2. Hrbek, 15
    Gagne, 15

HIT BY PITCH

  1. Harper, 6
    Mack, 6
  2. Gladden, 5

SACRIFICE HITS

  1. Puckett, 8
  2. 4 tied at 5

SACRIFICE FLIES

  1. Puckett, 7
  2. Harper, 6
  3. 3 tied at 5

INTENTIONAL WALKS

  1. Davis, 13
  2. Hrbek, 4
    Puckett, 4

PITCHING

WINS

  1. Scott Erickson, 20
  2. Jack Morris, 18
  3. Kevin Tapani, 16

LOSSES

  1. Morris, 12
  2. Allan Anderson, 11
  3. Tapani, 9

WINNING PERCENTAGE

  1.  Carl Willis, .727
  2. Erickson, .714
  3. Tapani, .640

ERA

  1. Rick Aguilera, 2.35
  2. Willis, 2.63
  3. Tapani, 2.99

GAMES

  1. Aguilera, 63
  2. Steve Bedrosian, 56
  3. Terry Leach, 50

STARTS

  1. Morris, 35
  2. Tapani, 34
  3. Erickson, 32

GAMES FINISHED

  1. Aguilera, 60
  2. Bedrosian, 22
    Leach, 22

COMPLETE GAMES

  1. Morris, 10
  2. Erickson, 5
  3. Tapani, 4

SHUTOUTS

  1.  Erickson, 3
  2. Morris, 2
  3. Tapani, 1

SAVES

  1. Aguilera, 42
  2. Bedrosian, 6
  3. Mark Guthrie, 2
    Willis, 2

INNINGS

  1. Morris, 246.2
  2. Tapani, 244
  3. Erickson, 204

HOME RUNS ALLOWED

  1. Anderson, 24
  2. Tapani, 23
  3. Morris, 18

WALKS ALLOWED

  1. Morris, 92
  2. Erickson, 71
  3. Anderson, 42

STRIKEOUTS

  1. Morris, 163
  2. Tapani, 135
  3. Erickson, 108

HIT BATSMEN

  1. Erickson, 6
  2. Anderson, 5
    Morris, 5

BALKS

  1. Tapani, 3
  2. Morris, 1
    Willis, 1

WILD PITCHES

  1. Morris, 15
  2. Guthrie, 7
  3. Paul Abbott, 5

BATTERS FACED

  1. Morris, 1032
  2. Tapani, 974
  3. Erickson, 851

ERA+

  1. Aguilera, 183
  2. Willis, 163
  3. Tapani, 143

FIP

  1. Willis, 2.92
  2. Aguilera, 3.00
  3. Leach, 3.11

WHIP

  1.  Willis, 1.07
  2. Aguilera, 1.07
  3. Tapani, 1.09

HITS PER NINE

  1. Aguilera, 5.7
  2. Willis, .7.7
  3. Bedrosian, 8.1

HOME RUNS PER NINE

  1. Leach, 0.4
    Willis, 0.4
    Aguilera, 0.4

WALKS PER NINE

  1. Tapani, 1.5
  2. Willis, 1.9
  3. Leach, 1.9

STRIKEOUTS PER NINE

  1. Aguilera, 8.0
  2. David West, 6.6
  3. Guthrie, 6.6

K/W RATIO

  1. Tapani, 3.38
  2. Willis, 2.79
  3. Leach, 2.29

2 thoughts on “1991 Rewind: Team Leaders”

  1. The additions of Shane Mack & Chili Davis really stand out here. This is the production the Twins received from the primary right fielder & DH from ‘88–‘90, plus Mack & Davis in ‘91:

    Year Pos Player OPS+ rWAR
    1988 RF Bush 122 1.3
    1989 RF Bush 114 -0.2
    1990 RF Moses 58 -1.1
    1991 RF Mack 140 5.0
    - - - - -
    1988 DH Larkin 109 1.9
    1989 DH Dwyer 118 0.8
    1990 DH Larkin 101 -1.0
    1991 DH Davis 141 3.3

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