Toronto Blue Jays team records

Toronto Blue Jays team records

=All-Time Statistical Leaders=

Individual Blue Jay Career Records

Batting Leaders "
*Batting Average: .307 - Roberto Alomar
*On base percentage: .395 - John Olerud
*Slugging percentage: .556 - Carlos Delgado
*OPS: .949 - Carlos Delgado
*Games: 1,450 - Tony Fernández
*At Bats: 5,335 - Tony Fernández
*Runs: 889 - Carlos Delgado
*Hits: 1,583 - Tony Fernández
*Total Bases: 2,786 - Carlos Delgado
*Doubles: 343 - Carlos Delgado
*Triples: 72 - Tony Fernández
*Home Runs: 336 - Carlos Delgado
*RBI: 1,058 - Carlos Delgado
*Walks: 827 - Carlos Delgado
*Strikeouts: 1,242 - Carlos Delgado
*Stolen Bases: 255 - Lloyd Moseby
*Singles: 1,160 - Tony Fernández
*Runs Created: 1,077 - Carlos Delgado
*Extra-Base Hits: 690 - Carlos Delgado
*Times on Base: 2,362 - Carlos Delgado
*Hit By Pitch: 122 - Carlos Delgado
*Sacrifice Hits: 74 - Alfredo Griffin
*Sacrifice Flies: 65 - Joe Carter
*Intentional Walks: 128 - Carlos Delgado
*Grounded into Double Plays: 112 - George Bell
*At Bats per Strikeout: 17.6 - Bob Bailor
*At Bats per Home Run: 14.9 - Carlos Delgado

Pitching Leaders
*Wins: 175 - Dave Stieb
*Losses: 140 - Jim Clancy
*ERA: 3.42 - Jimmy Key
*Strikeouts: 1,658 - Dave Stieb
*Walks Allowed: 1,020 - Dave Stieb
*Games: 452 - Duane Ward (1986-95)
*Games Started: 408 - Dave Stieb
*IP: 2,873.0 - Dave Stieb
*Saves: 217 - Tom Henke (1985-92)¹
*Complete Games: 103 - Dave Stieb
*Shutouts: 30 - Dave Stieb
*Hits Allowed: 2,545 - Dave Stieb
*Home Runs Allowed: 224 - Dave Stieb
*Hit Batsmen: 129 - Dave Stieb
*Runs Allowed: 1,208 - Dave Stieb
*Earned Runs: 1,091 - Dave Stieb
*WHIP: 1.20 - Jimmy Key
*Opponents Batting Average (low): .239 - Dave Stieb
*Opponents Batting Average (high): .269 - Todd Stottlemyre (1988-94)
*Balks: 14 - Dave Stieb
*Wild Pitches: 88 - Juan Guzmán (1991-98)

Defensive Leaders "(minimum 1,000 total chances)"
*Total Chances: 11,147 - 1B/C/OF Carlos Delgado
*Putouts: 10,333 - 1B/C/OF Carlos Delgado
*Assists: 3,723 - SS/3B Tony Fernández
*Errors: 187 - SS/2B/3B Alfredo Griffin (1979-84, 1992-93)
*Double Plays Turned: 1,044 - 1B/C/OF Carlos Delgado
*Passed Balls: 62 - C Ernie Whitt (1977-89)
*Fielding percentage (high): .995 - 1B John Olerud
*Fielding percentage (low): .951 - 1B/3B/C Ed Sprague

Individual Blue Jay Single Season Records

Offensive Leaders
*Batting Average: .363 - John Olerud (1993)
*Hits: 215 - Vernon Wells (2003)
*Home Runs: 47 - George Bell (1987)
*Grand Slams: 3 - Darrin Fletcher (2000), Carlos Delgado (1997)
*Slugging Percentage: .664 - Carlos Delgado (2000)
*Runs: 134 - Shawn Green (1999)
*RBIs: 145 - Carlos Delgado (2003)
*Walks: 123 - Carlos Delgado (2000)
*Stolen Bases: 60 - Dave Collins (1984)
*Singles: 161 - Tony Fernández (1986)
*Doubles: 57 - Carlos Delgado (2000)
*Triples: 17 - Tony Fernández (1990)
*XBHs: 99 - Carlos Delgado (2000)
*Most Games: 163 - Tony Fernández (1986)
*Most At Bats: 687 - Tony Fernández (1986)
*Most Pinch Hits: 16 - Tony Fernández (2001)
*Most Strikeouts: 159 - José Canseco (1998)
*Fewest Strikeouts (regular starter): 21 - Bob Bailor (1978)
*Hit By Pitchs: 22 - Shea Hillenbrand (2005)

Pitching Leaders
*Wins (starter): 22 - Roy Halladay (2003)
*Lowest ERA: 2.05 - Roger Clemens (1997)²
*Strikeouts: 292 - Roger Clemens (1997)
*Most Decisions: 31 - Dave Stieb (1982)
*Most Starts: 40 - Jim Clancy (1982)
*Complete Games: 19 - Dave Stieb (1982)
*Shutouts: 5 - Dave Stieb (1982)
*Innings Pitched (starter): 288.1 - Dave Stieb (1982)
*Hits Allowed: 278 - Dave Lemanczyk (1977)
*Earned Runs Allowed: 129 - Erik Hanson (1996)
*Runs Allowed: 143 - Erik Hanson (1996), Dave Lemanczyk (1977)
*Home Runs Allowed: 36 - Woody Williams (1998)
*Walks: 128 - Jim Clancy (1980)
*Hit Batsmen: 16 - Chris Carpenter (2001)
*Most Appearances: 89 - Mark Eichhorn (1987)
*Saves: 45 - Duane Ward (1993)
*Games Finished: 70 - Duane Ward (1993)
*Wins (relief): 14 - Mark Eichhorn (1987)
*Innings Pitched (relief): 157.0 - Mark Eichhorn (1986)
*Longest Win Streak: 15 - Roger Clemens (1998)
*Longest Losing Streak: 10 - Jerry Garvin (1977, 1978), Paul Mirabella (1980)
*Best Start: 11 wins 0 losses - Roger Clemens (1997/starter), Dennis Lamp (1985/relief)

Team Records

Offensive Leaders
*Batting Average: .280 - 1999 Blue Jays
*On Base Percentage: .352 1999 Blue Jays
*Home Runs: 244 - 2000 Blue Jays
*Hits: 1,580 - 1999 & 2003 Blue Jays
*RBIs: 856 - 1999 Blue Jays
*Stolen Bases: 193 - 1984 Blue Jays
*Strikeouts: 1,142 - 2002 Blue Jays
*Walks: 588 - 1993 Blue Jays

Pitching Leaders
*Lowest ERA: 3.29 - 1985 Blue Jays
*Highest ERA: 5.14 - 2000 Blue Jays
*Most Strikeouts: 1,154 - 1998 Blue Jays
*Fewest Strikeouts: 611 - 1979 Blue Jays
*Fewest Walks: 445 - 1990 Blue Jays
*Most Walks: 654 - 1995 Blue Jays
*Fewest Hits: 1,301 - 1991 Blue Jays
*Most Hits: 1,615 - 2000 Blue Jays

Organization Records

*Wins: 99 - 1985 Blue Jays
*Losses: 109 - 1979 Blue Jays
*Winning Percentage (High): .615 - 1985 Blue Jays
*Winning Percentage (Low): .327 - 1979 Blue Jays
*Most Games Back: 50.5 - 1979 Blue Jays
*Division Titles: 5 - 1985, 1989, 1991-93 Blue Jays
*American League Pennants: 2 - 1992-93 Blue Jays
*World Championships: 2 - 1992-93 Blue Jays
*Attendance (Season) (High): 4,057,947 - 1993 Blue Jays
*Attendance (Season) (Low): 755,083 - 1981 Blue Jays
*Attendance (Game) (High): 52,268 - October 22, 1992
*Attendance (Game (Low): 10,074 - April 17, 1979
*Longest Game: July 28, 2005 (2-1 win over Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in 18 innings)

Rare Feats

*Triple Crown (pitching): Roger Clemens - 1997 (21 W, 2.05 ERA, 292 K) & 1998 (20 W, 2.65 ERA, 271 K)
*No Hitter: Dave Stieb vs. Cleveland (Sept. 2, 1990)
*Cycles: Kelly Gruber vs. Kansas City (Apr. 16, 1990), Jeff Frye vs. Texas (Aug. 17, 2001)
*Six Hits (game): Frank Catalanotto vs. Chicago (AL) (May 1, 2004)
*Four Home Runs (game): Carlos Delgado vs. Tampa Bay (Sept. 25, 2003)
*Ten Team Home Runs (game): Ernie Whitt (3), Rance Mulliniks (2), George Bell (2), Fred McGriff, Lloyd Moseby and Rob Ducey vs. Baltimore Orioles (Sept. 14, 1987)

Club Firsts

*Game & Win: April 7, 1977 - Toronto 9, Chicago (AL) at Exhibition Stadium)
*Batter: John Scott - Apr. 7, 1977
*Pitcher: Bill Singer - Apr. 7, 1977
*Home Run: Doug Ault vs. Chicago (AL) - Apr. 7, 1977
*Grand Slam: Hector Torres vs. New York (AL) - Jun. 27, 1977
*Save: Pete Vuckovich vs. Chicago (AL) - Apr. 7, 1977
*Walk Off Win: Jul. 15, 1977 - Toronto 8, Detroit 6 (13 innings)

Note

*¹Henke is team's save leader; but has only 563 IP
*²minimum 162 innings pitched must be pitched (1 Inning pitched per game played).

References

* [http://www.bluejays.com Bluejays.com]
* [http://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/TOR/leaders_bat.shtml baseball-reference.com batting leaders]
* [http://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/TOR/leaders_pitch.shtml baseball-reference.com pitching leaders]


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