The Walk Like a Trout Report

by Bill Chuck on September 16, 2013

Mike Trout drew his 100th walk of the season in the Angels’ 2-1 win over the Hapless Astros yesterday.

Nine to Know

Trout is the first AL-er with 100 walks this season

Rk Player BB Tm Lg G PA
1 Joey Votto 119 CIN NL 150 672
2 Shin-Soo Choo 101 CIN NL 144 666
3 Mike Trout 100 LAA AL 145 662
4 Paul Goldschmidt 95 ARI NL 146 650
5 Carlos Santana 85 CLE AL 141 585
6 Miguel Cabrera 84 DET AL 137 605
7 Edwin Encarnacion 82 TOR AL 142 621
8 Anthony Rizzo 74 CHC NL 147 637
9 Billy Butler 73 KCR AL 149 613
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Trout is the first AL-er in history with 70 extra-base hits, 30 stolen bases and 100 walks in a season

Rk BB SB XBH Year Age Tm Lg G
1 Mike Trout 100 33 70 2013 21 LAA AL 145
2 Barry B*nds 127 39 75 1992 27 PIT NL 140
3 Barry B*nds 120 31 70 1995 30 SFG NL 144
4 Barry B*nds 151 40 72 1996 31 SFG NL 158
5 Barry B*nds 145 37 71 1997 32 SFG NL 159
6 Jeff Bagwell 127 31 85 1997 29 HOU NL 162
7 Jeff Bagwell 149 30 77 1999 31 HOU NL 162
8 Bobby Abreu 106 36 83 2001 27 PHI NL 162
9 Bobby Abreu 104 31 76 2002 28 PHI NL 157
10 Bobby Abreu 127 40 78 2004 30 PHI NL 159
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34 times a player has had a season with at least 100 walks, 100 runs scored, and 30 steals

Rk Player Year BB SB R Age Tm Lg G
1 Mike Trout 2013 100 33 104 21 LAA AL 145
2 Chone Figgins 2009 101 42 114 31 LAA AL 158
3 Grady Sizemore 2007 101 33 118 24 CLE AL 162
4 Bobby Abreu 2005 117 31 104 31 PHI NL 162
5 Bobby Abreu 2004 127 40 118 30 PHI NL 159
6 Bobby Abreu 2002 104 31 102 28 PHI NL 157
7 Bobby Abreu 2001 106 36 118 27 PHI NL 162
8 Jeff Bagwell 1999 149 30 143 31 HOU NL 162
9 Rickey Henderson 1998 118 66 101 39 OAK AL 152
10 Jeff Bagwell 1997 127 31 109 29 HOU NL 162
11 Barry B*nds 1997 145 37 123 32 SFG NL 159
12 Barry B*nds 1996 151 40 122 31 SFG NL 158
13 Rickey Henderson 1996 125 37 110 37 SDP NL 148
14 Barry B*nds 1995 120 31 109 30 SFG NL 144
15 Lenny Dykstra 1993 129 37 143 30 PHI NL 161
16 Rickey Henderson 1993 120 53 114 34 TOT AL 134
17 Barry B*nds 1992 127 39 109 27 PIT NL 140
18 Brett Butler 1991 108 38 112 34 LAD NL 161
19 Rickey Henderson 1989 126 77 113 30 TOT AL 150
20 Rickey Henderson 1983 103 108 105 24 OAK AL 145
21 Rickey Henderson 1982 116 130 119 23 OAK AL 149
22 Rickey Henderson 1980 117 100 111 21 OAK AL 158
23 Joe Morgan 1977 117 49 113 33 CIN NL 153
24 Joe Morgan 1976 114 60 113 32 CIN NL 141
25 Joe Morgan 1975 132 67 107 31 CIN NL 146
26 Joe Morgan 1974 120 58 107 30 CIN NL 149
27 Joe Morgan 1973 111 67 116 29 CIN NL 157
28 Joe Morgan 1972 115 58 122 28 CIN NL 149
29 Joe Morgan 1970 102 42 102 26 HOU NL 144
30 Lyn Lary 1936 117 37 112 30 SLB AL 155
31 Eddie Collins 1915 119 46 118 28 CHW AL 155
32 Ty Cobb 1915 118 96 144 28 DET AL 156
33 Donie Bush 1912 117 37 107 24 DET AL 144
34 Eddie Collins 1912 101 63 137 25 PHA AL 153
35 Bob Bescher 1911 102 81 106 27 CIN NL 153
36 Jimmy Sheckard 1911 147 32 121 32 CHC NL 156
37 Miller Huggins 1910 116 34 101 32 STL NL 151
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But only 17 times has a player had a season with at least 100 walks, 100 runs scored, 30 steals, and 20 homers

Rk Player Year BB SB R HR Age Tm Lg G
1 Mike Trout 2013 100 33 104 23 21 LAA AL 145
2 Grady Sizemore 2007 101 33 118 24 24 CLE AL 162
3 Bobby Abreu 2005 117 31 104 24 31 PHI NL 162
4 Bobby Abreu 2004 127 40 118 30 30 PHI NL 159
5 Bobby Abreu 2002 104 31 102 20 28 PHI NL 157
6 Bobby Abreu 2001 106 36 118 31 27 PHI NL 162
7 Jeff Bagwell 1999 149 30 143 42 31 HOU NL 162
8 Barry B*nds 1997 145 37 123 40 32 SFG NL 159
9 Jeff Bagwell 1997 127 31 109 43 29 HOU NL 162
10 Barry B*nds 1996 151 40 122 42 31 SFG NL 158
11 Barry B*nds 1995 120 31 109 33 30 SFG NL 144
12 Rickey Henderson 1993 120 53 114 21 34 TOT AL 134
13 Barry B*nds 1992 127 39 109 34 27 PIT NL 140
14 Joe Morgan 1977 117 49 113 22 33 CIN NL 153
15 Joe Morgan 1976 114 60 113 27 32 CIN NL 141
16 Joe Morgan 1974 120 58 107 22 30 CIN NL 149
17 Joe Morgan 1973 111 67 116 26 29 CIN NL 157
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