earned run average

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  • This is a list of the career leaders in earned run average.
  • Although he gave up just one run, he officially had an infinite earned run average.
  • In he led the AL in both earned-run average and won/lost percentage.
  • His earned run average was slightly worse than league average.
  • His earned run average was the lowest in the National League that year.
  • He finished in the top ten in league earned run average three times, and twice in strikeouts.
  • He was sixth in the National League in earned run average and ninth in complete games.
  • He also led the National League in wins, earned run average, innings and complete games once each.
  • He was second only to Rusie in wins and earned run average.
  • Major League Baseball recognizes the player in each league with the lowest earned run average each season.
  • He led the National League in earned run average in 1895 while playing for Washington.
  • He led the American League in earned run average in 1909 while playing for Philadelphia.
  • Chinese Professional Baseball League recognizes earned run average champions each season.
  • Pendleton lead his team in both earned run average (ERA) and batting average at times.
  • The team's earned run average ranked sixth in the league prior to Masi's arrival.
  • His earned run average was again 5.12, again worse than league average.
  • He is said to have created the statistics of batting average and earned run average (ERA).
  • He had two winning seasons and a career earned run average of 4.20.
  • He had a rather high earned run average of 4.67 but an average run support.
  • Once again, he had a worse than league average earned run average of 5.12.
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