Teams of Individuals

Baseball is a team game made up of individual performances. I thought today you would enjoy measuring the individual successes by team. I am highlighting the postseason contenders in bold so you can see the degree in which they are scattered among the 30 teams.

Pitchers with 10 or more wins, by team.

Minnesota Twins 4 Scott Baker / Francisco Liriano / Carl Pavano / Kevin Slowey
San Diego Padres 4 Kevin Correia / Jon Garland / Mat Latos / Clayton Richard
Tampa Bay Rays 4 Matt Garza / Jeff Niemann / David Price / James Shields
Boston Red Sox 3 Clay Buchholz / John Lackey / Jon Lester
Chicago White Sox 3 Mark Buehrle / John Danks / Freddy Garcia
New York Yankees 3 Phil Hughes / Andy Pettitte / CC Sabathia
St. Louis Cardinals 3 Chris Carpenter / Jaime Garcia / Adam Wainwright
Los Angeles Angels 3 Joel Pineiro / Ervin Santana / Jered Weaver
Florida Marlins 3 Josh Johnson / Ricky Nolasco / Anibal Sanchez
Toronto Blue Jays 3 Brett Cecil / Shaun Marcum / Ricky Romero
Atlanta Braves 2 Tim Hudson / Derek Lowe
Cincinnati Reds 2 Bronson Arroyo / Johnny Cueto
Texas Rangers 2 Tommy Hunter / C.J. Wilson
Chicago Cubs 2 Ryan Dempster / Carlos Silva
Los Angeles Dodgers 2 Chad Billingsley / Clayton Kershaw
Milwaukee Brewers 2 Yovani Gallardo / Randy Wolf
New York Mets 2 Mike Pelfrey / Johan Santana
Oakland Athletics 2 Trevor Cahill / Gio Gonzalez
Philadelphia Phillies 1 Roy Halladay
San Francisco Giants 1 Tim Lincecum
Cleveland Indians 1 Fausto Carmona
Colorado Rockies 1 Ubaldo Jimenez
Detroit Tigers 1 Justin Verlander
Arizona Diamondbacks 0
Baltimore Orioles 0
Houston Astros 0
Kansas City Royals 0
Pittsburgh Pirates 0
Seattle Mariners 0
Washington Nationals 0

Pitchers with an ERA of 3.80 or under with a minimum of 140 innings pitched

San Francisco Giants 4 Matt Cain / Tim Lincecum / Jonathan Sanchez / Barry Zito
San Diego Padres 3 Jon Garland / Mat Latos / Clayton Richard
St. Louis Cardinals 3 Chris Carpenter / Jaime Garcia / Adam Wainwright
Tampa Bay Rays 3 Matt Garza / Jeff Niemann / David Price
Los Angeles Dodgers 3 Chad Billingsley / Clayton Kershaw / Hiroki Kuroda
New York Mets 3 Jonathon Niese / Mike Pelfrey / Johan Santana
Oakland Athletics 3 Dallas Braden / Trevor Cahill / Gio Gonzalez
Atlanta Braves 2 Tommy Hanson / Tim Hudson
Boston Red Sox 2 Clay Buchholz / Jon Lester
Minnesota Twins 2 Francisco Liriano / Carl Pavano
Philadelphia Phillies 2 Roy Halladay / Cole Hamels
Texas Rangers 2 Colby Lewis / C.J. Wilson
Detroit Tigers 2 Max Scherzer / Justin Verlander
Florida Marlins 2 Josh Johnson / Anibal Sanchez
Seattle Mariners 2 Felix Hernandez / Jason Vargas
Toronto Blue Jays 2 Shaun Marcum / Ricky Romero
Chicago White Sox 1 John Danks
Cincinnati Reds 1 Johnny Cueto
New York Yankees 1 CC Sabathia
Los Angeles Angels 1 Jered Weaver
Chicago Cubs 1 Ryan Dempster
Colorado Rockies 1 Ubaldo Jimenez
Houston Astros 1 Brett Myers
Milwaukee Brewers 1 Yovani Gallardo
Washington Nationals 1 Livan Hernandez
Arizona Diamondbacks 0
Baltimore Orioles 0
Cleveland Indians 0
Kansas City Royals 0
Pittsburgh Pirates 0

Here are relievers who have appeared in at least 25 games and have a WHIP of 1.250 and below

San Diego Padres 5 Mike Adams / Heath Bell / Luke Gregerson / Edward Mujica / Joe Thatcher
Tampa Bay Rays 5 Grant Balfour / Joaquin Benoit / Andy Sonnanstine / Rafael Soriano / Dan Wheeler
Florida Marlins 5 Burke Badenhop / Clay Hensley / Leo Nunez / Brian Sanches / Jose Veras
Atlanta Braves 4 Eric O’Flaherty / Takashi Saito / Jonny Venters / Billy Wagner
Minnesota Twins 4 Jesse Crain / Matt Guerrier / Ron Mahay / Jose Mijares
Texas Rangers 4 Neftali Feliz / Darren O’Day / Alexi Ogando / Darren Oliver
Washington Nationals 4 Sean Burnett / Tyler Clippard / Doug Slaten / Drew Storen
Colorado Rockies 4 Joe Beimel / Matt Belisle / Rafael Betancourt / Huston Street
Boston Red Sox 3 Scott Atchison / Daniel Bard / Jonathan Papelbon
St. Louis Cardinals 3 Ryan Franklin / Kyle McClellan / Jason Motte
Chicago White Sox 2 J.J. Putz / Matt Thornton
Cincinnati Reds 2 Logan Ondrusek / Arthur Rhodes
New York Yankees 2 Damaso Marte / Mariano Rivera
Cleveland Indians 2 Frank Herrmann / Chris Perez
Detroit Tigers 2 Jose Valverde / Joel Zumaya
Kansas City Royals 2 Kyle Farnsworth / Joakim Soria
Milwaukee Brewers 2 John Axford / Kameron Loe
New York Mets 2 Elmer Dessens / Francisco Rodriguez
Oakland Athletics 2 Andrew Bailey / Craig Breslow
Pittsburgh Pirates 2 Joel Hanrahan / Evan Meek
Seattle Mariners 2 David Aardsma / Brandon League
Toronto Blue Jays 2 Shawn Camp / Scott Downs
Philadelphia Phillies 1 Ryan Madson
San Francisco Giants 1 Sergio Romo
Los Angeles Angels 1 Brian Fuentes
Chicago Cubs 1 Sean Marshall
Houston Astros 1 Wilton Lopez
Los Angeles Dodgers 1 Hong-Chih Kuo
Arizona Diamondbacks 0
Baltimore Orioles 0

Here players with batting averages of .290 and above with a minimum of 300 at bats

Chicago White Sox 3 Paul Konerko / Alexei Ramirez / Alexis Rios
Philadelphia Phillies 3 Ryan Howard / Placido Polanco / Jayson Werth
Detroit Tigers 3 Miguel Cabrera / Austin Jackson / Magglio Ordonez
Kansas City Royals 3 Billy Butler / David DeJesus / Scott Podsednik
New York Mets 3 Angel Pagan / Jose Reyes / David Wright
Atlanta Braves 2 Omar Infante / Martin Prado
Boston Red Sox 2 Adrian Beltre / Kevin Youkilis
Cincinnati Reds 2 Scott Rolen / Joey Votto
Minnesota Twins 2 Joe Mauer / Delmon Young
New York Yankees 2 Robinson Cano / Nick Swisher
St. Louis Cardinals 2 Matt Holliday / Albert Pujols
Tampa Bay Rays 2 Carl Crawford / Evan Longoria
Texas Rangers 2 Vladimir Guerrero / Josh Hamilton
Chicago Cubs 2 Marlon Byrd / Starlin Castro
Colorado Rockies 2 Carlos Gonzalez / Troy Tulowitzki
Los Angeles Dodgers 2 Andre Ethier / Rafael Furcal
San Diego Padres 1 Adrian Gonzalez
San Francisco Giants 1 Aubrey Huff
Los Angeles Angels 1 Torii Hunter
Baltimore Orioles 1 Luke Scott
Cleveland Indians 1 Shin-Soo Choo
Milwaukee Brewers 1 Ryan Braun
Oakland Athletics 1 Ryan Sweeney
Seattle Mariners 1 Ichiro Suzuki
Washington Nationals 1 Ryan Zimmerman
Arizona Diamondbacks 0
Florida Marlins 0
Houston Astros 0
Pittsburgh Pirates 0
Toronto Blue Jays 0

Here are players with an OPS of .840 and above with a minimum of 300 at bats

Boston Red Sox 4 Adrian Beltre / David Ortiz / Dustin Pedroia / Kevin Youkilis
New York Yankees 3 Robinson Cano / Nick Swisher / Mark Teixeira
St. Louis Cardinals 3 Matt Holliday / Albert Pujols / Colby Rasmus
Milwaukee Brewers 3 Prince Fielder / Corey Hart / Rickie Weeks
Washington Nationals 3 Adam Dunn / Josh Willingham / Ryan Zimmerman
Cincinnati Reds 2 Scott Rolen / Joey Votto
Minnesota Twins 2 Joe Mauer / Delmon Young
Philadelphia Phillies 2 Ryan Howard / Jayson Werth
San Francisco Giants 2 Aubrey Huff / Andres Torres
Texas Rangers 2 Vladimir Guerrero / Josh Hamilton
Colorado Rockies 2 Carlos Gonzalez / Troy Tulowitzki
Detroit Tigers 2 Miguel Cabrera / Magglio Ordonez
Los Angeles Dodgers 2 Andre Ethier / Rafael Furcal
Atlanta Braves 1 Martin Prado
Chicago White Sox 1 Paul Konerko
San Diego Padres 1 Adrian Gonzalez
Tampa Bay Rays 1 Evan Longoria
Los Angeles Angels 1 Torii Hunter
Arizona Diamondbacks 1 Kelly Johnson
Baltimore Orioles 1 Luke Scott
Cleveland Indians 1 Shin-Soo Choo
Florida Marlins 1 Dan Uggla
New York Mets 1 David Wright
Toronto Blue Jays 1 Jose Bautista
Chicago Cubs 0
Houston Astros 0
Kansas City Royals 0
Oakland Athletics 0
Pittsburgh Pirates 0
Seattle Mariners 0

Here are the players with 15 or more homers

Toronto Blue Jays 6 Jose Bautista / Alex Gonzalez / Aaron Hill / Adam Lind / Lyle Overbay / Vernon Wells
New York Yankees 5 Robinson Cano / Jorge Posada / Alex Rodriguez / Nick Swisher / Mark Teixeira
Boston Red Sox 5 Adrian Beltre / J.D. Drew / Bill Hall / David Ortiz / Kevin Youkilis
Arizona Diamondbacks 5 Kelly Johnson / Adam LaRoche / Mark Reynolds / Justin Upton / Chris Young
Chicago Cubs 5 Tyler Colvin / Derrek Lee / Aramis Ramirez / Alfonso Soriano / Geovany Soto
Milwaukee Brewers 5 Ryan Braun / Prince Fielder / Corey Hart / Casey McGehee / Rickie Weeks
Minnesota Twins 4 Jason Kubel / Justin Morneau / Jim Thome / Delmon Young
Texas Rangers 4 Nelson Cruz / Vladimir Guerrero / Josh Hamilton / Mike Young
Chicago White Sox 4 Andruw Jones / Paul Konerko / Carlos Quentin / Alexis Rios
Los Angeles Angels 4 Bobby Abreu / Torii Hunter / Hideki Matsui / Mike Napoli
Philadelphia Phillies 3 Ryan Howard / Shane Victorino / Jayson Werth
St. Louis Cardinals 3 Matt Holliday / Albert Pujols / Colby Rasmus
Cincinnati Reds 3 Scott Rolen / Drew Stubbs / Joey Votto
Baltimore Orioles 3 Adam Jones / Luke Scott / Ty Wigginton
Washington Nationals 3 Adam Dunn / Josh Willingham / Ryan Zimmerman
Tampa Bay Rays 2 Evan Longoria / Carlos Pena
Atlanta Braves 2 Troy Glaus / Brian McCann
San Diego Padres 1 Adrian Gonzalez
San Francisco Giants 2 Aubrey Huff / Juan Uribe
New York Mets 2 Ike Davis / David Wright
Los Angeles Dodgers 2 Andre Ethier / Matt Kemp
Florida Marlins 2 Hanley Ramirez / Dan Uggla
Houston Astros 2 Carlos Lee / Hunter Pence
Colorado Rockies 2 Carlos Gonzalez / Ian Stewart
Cleveland Indians 1 Shin-Soo Choo
Detroit Tigers 1 Miguel Cabrera
Kansas City Royals 1 Jose Guillen
Pittsburgh Pirates 1 Garrett Jones
Oakland Athletics 0
Seattle Mariners 0

So what have we learned other than it takes a team effort to be as bad as the Arizona Diamondbacks, Baltimore Orioles, Houston Astros, Kansas City Royals, Pittsburgh Pirates, Seattle Mariners, and Washington Nationals?

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