There were 28,437 singles hit in 2013.
The Tigers had over 300 more singles than the Cubs
|740 Different Batters Singled|
There were 115 walkoff singles
- Russell Martin and Alex Gordon led with three each.
- Arizona led with eight, followed by Tampa, Cincy, the Mets, and Rockies with seven each.
- Ryan Webb allowed five walkoff singles and Brian Duensing allowed three.
There were 656 bases loaded singles
- Brandon Phillips had nine, followed by Elvis Andrus with seven, and Justin Morneau, Gerardo Parra, and Josh Donaldson with six each.
- Texas had 34 bases loaded singles, followed by St. Louis and Cincinnati with 32 each.
- Dylan Axelrod, Jordan Lyles, and Wily Peralta each allowed eight bases filled singles.
There were 4282 0-0 count singles
- Freddie Freeman and Robinson Cano had 29 each and Jose Altuve and Jed Lowrie had 27 each.
- The Cardinals had 179 first-pitch of an at-bat singles, Colorado had 176, and Detroit had 168.
- Gio Gonzalez allowed 30 first pitch singles, and Mat Latos and Jeff Samardzija each allowed 28.
There were 1793 0-2 count singles
- Dustin Pedroia had 17, Alexei Ramirez had 15, and Adam Jones, Mark Ellis, Chase Headley, and Brian Dozier had 13 each.
- Baltimore had 80 0-2 count singles, Colorado had 77, Kansas City had 76, and the Angels had 74.
- Dan Straily allowed 16 0-2 singles, Matt Garza 15, Rick Porcello, Brandon McCarthy, Jon Niese, and Cliff Lee 13 each.
There were 50 3-0 count singles
- Freddie Freeman had four, Victor Martinez had three, Adam Dunn, Albert Pujols, Dexter Fowler, Andrew McCutchen, and Jayson Werth with two were the only players with multiple 3-0 singles.
- Colorado and Detroit each had five 3-0 count singles, and Pittsburgh, Atlanta, and Washington had four each.
- Stephen Strasburg, Carlos Carrasco, Edinson Volquez, and Kris Medlen were the only pitchers to allow as many as two 3-0 count singles.