All-Time Blue Jays Leaders

BATTING AVG OPS% HITS HOME RUNS RBI’s
.363 – Olerud (1993) 1.134 – Delgado (2000) 215 – Wells (2003) 54 – Bautista (2010) 145 – Delgado (2003)
WINS WHIP ERA STRIKEOUTS SAVES
22 – Halladay (2003) .955 – Eichhorn (1986) 1.72 – Eichhorn (1986) 292 – Clemens (1997) 45 – Ward (1993)

Batting Records

Single SeasonCareer
Stat Leader #2 #3
Batting Average .363 – John Olerud (1993) .344 – Carlos Delgado (2000) .341 – Paul Molitor (1994)
On Base % .473 – John Olerud (1993) .470 – Carlos Delgado (2000) .341 – Jose Bautista (2011)
Slugging % .664 – Carlos Delgado (2000) .617 – Jose Bautista (2010) .608 – Jose Bautista (2011)
On Base+SLG % 1.134 – Carlos Delgado (2000) 1.072 – John Olerud (1993) 1.056 – Jose Bautista (2011)
Games Played 163 – Tony Fernandez (1986) 162 – Bosetti (1993), Carter (1991), Cruz (2000), Delgado (00/01), Griffin (82/83)
At Bats 687 – Tony Fernandez (1986) 682 – Aaron Hill (2009) 678 – Vernon Wells (2003)
Plate Appearances 735 – Vernon Wells (2003) 734 – Aaron Hill (2009) 727 – Tony Fernandez (1986)
Runs Scored 134 – Shawn Green (1999) 121 – Paul Molitor (1993) 118 – Vernon Wells (2003)
Hits 215 – Vernon Wells (2003) 213 – Tony Fernandez (1986) 211 – Paul Molitor (1993)
Total Bases 378 – Carlos Delgado (2000) 373 – Vernon Wells (2003) 369 – George Bell (1987)
Doubles 57 – Carlos Delgado (2000) 54 – John Olerud (2009) 49 – Vernon Wells (2003)
Triples 17 – Tony Fernandez (1990) 15 – Dave Collins (1984), Alfredo Griffin (1980), Lloyd Moseby (1984)
Home Runs 54 – Jose Bautista (2010) 47 – George Bell (1987) 46 – Jose Canseco (1998)
Runs Batted In 145 – Carlos Delgado (2003) 137 – Carlos Delgado (2000) 134 – Bell (1987), Delgado (1999)
Base on Balls 132 – Jose Bautista (2011) 123 – Carlos Delgado (2000) 119 – Fred McGriff (1989)
Strikeouts 159 – Jose Canseco (1998) 149 – Alex Gonzalez (2001), Fred McGriff (1988)
Stolen Bases 60 – Dave Collins (1984) 55 – Roberto Alomar (1993) 54 – Garcia (1982), Nixon (1996)
Stat Leader (PA) #2 (PA) #3 (PA)
Batting Average .315 – Paul Molitor (1,839) .307 – Roberto Alomar (3,105) .299 – Frank Catalanotto (1,783)
On Base % .395 – John Olerud (3,689) .392 – Carlos Delgado (6,018) .389 – Fred McGriff (2,322)
Slugging % .556 – Carlos Delgado (6,018) .554 – Jose Bautista (2,197) .530 – Fred McGriff (2322)
On Base+SLG % .949 – Carlos Delgado (6,018) .940 – Jose Bautista (2,197) .919 – Fred McGriff (2,322)
Games Played 1450 – Tony Fernandez (5,900) 1423 – Carlos Delgado (6,018) 1393 – Vernon Wells (5963)
At Bats 5,470 – Vernon Wells (5,963)) 5335 – Tony Fernandez (5,900) 5124 – Lloyd Moseby (5,799)
Plate Appearances 6,018 – Carlos Delgado 5963 – Vernon Wells 5900 – Tony Fernandez
Runs Scored 889 – Carlos Delgado (6,018) 789 – Vernon Wells (5,963) 768 – Lloyd Moseby (5,799)
Hits 1583 – Tony Fernandez (5,900) 1529 – Vernon Wells (5,963) 1413 – Carlos Delgado (6,018)
Total Bases 2786 – Carlos Delgado (6,018) 2597 – Vernon Wells (2,597) 2201 – George Bell (4,883)
Doubles 343 – Carlos Delgado (6,018) 339 – Vernon Wells (5,963) 291 – Tony Fernandez (5,900)
Triples 72 – Tony Fernandez (5,900) 60 – Lloyd Moseby (5,799) 50 – Alfredo Griffin (3,655)
Home Runs 336 – Carlos Delgado (6,018) 223 – Vernon Wells (5,963) 203 – Joe Carter (4,494)
Runs Batted In 1058 – Carlos Delgado (6,018) 813 – Vernon Wells (5,963) 740 – George Bell (4,883)
Base on Balls 827 – Carlos Delgado (6,018) 547 – Lloyd Moseby (5,799) 514 – John Olerud (3,689)
Strikeouts 1242 – Carlos Delgado (6,018) 1015 – Lloyd Moseby (5,799) 855 – Jesse Barfield (3,869)
Stolen Bases 255 – Lloyd Moseby (5,799) 206 – Roberto Alomar (3,105) 194 – Damaso Garcia (3,756)

Pitching Records

Single SeasonCareer
Stat Leader #2 #3
ERA 1.72 – Mark Eichhorn (1986) 1.95 – Duane Ward (1992) 2.05 – Roger Clemens (1997)
Wins 22 – Roy Halladay (2003) 21 – Clemens (1997), Morris (1992) 20 – Clemens (1998), Halladay (2008), Hentgen (1996), Wells (2000)
Win-Loss % 1.000 – Dennis Lamp (1985) .846 – Paul Quantrill (2001) .824 – Juan Guzman (1993)
WHIP .955 – Mark Eichhorn (1986) .960 – Roy Halladay (2005) 1.030 – Roger Clemens (1997)
Strikeouts/9 11.068 – Duane Ward (1991) 10.948 – Roy Halladay (2005) 10.393 – Roger Clemens (1998)
Games 89 – Mark Eichhorn (1987) 82 – Paul Quantrill (1998) 81 – Downs (2007), Ward (1991)
Saves 45 – Duane Ward (1993) 38 – Escobar (2002), Ryan (2006)
Innings Pitched 288.1 – Dave Stieb (1982) 278.0 – Dave Stieb (1983) 267.0 – Dave Stieb (1984)
Strikeouts 292 – Roger Clemens (1997) 271 – Roger Clemens (1998) 231 – A.J. Burnett (2008)
Starts 40 – Jim Clancy (1982) 38 – Leal (1982), Stieb (1982)
Complete Games 19 – Dave Stieb (1982) 15 – Jim Clancy (1980) 14 – Stieb (1980, 1983)
Shutouts 5 – Dave Stieb (1982) 4 – Halladay (2009), Stieb (1980, 1983, 1988)
Home Runs 36 – Woody Williams (1998) 33 – Jery Garvin (1977) 32 – Hengten (1999), Wells (32)
Walks 128 – Jim Clancy (1980) 110 – Juan Guzman (1993) 108 – Al Lieter (1995)
Hits 278 – Dave Lemanczyk (1977) 271 – Dave Stieb (1982) 268 – Doyle Alexander (1985)
Strikeouts/Walks 6.375 – Roy Halladay (2003) 6.000 – Roy Halladay (2005) 5.943 – Roy Halladay (2009)
HR/9 Innings .243 – Dale Murray (1982) .252 – Duane Ward .256 – Roy Halladay (2001)
Losses 18 – Garvin (1977), Huffman (1979) 17 – Hanson (1996), Jefferson (1977), Stottlemyre (1990)
Earned Runs 129 – Erik Hanson (1996) 125 – Jim Clancy (1984) 124 – David Wells (1999)
Wild Pitches 26 – Juan Guzman (1993) 20 – Dave Lemanczyk (1977) 18 – Ricky Romero (2010)
Hit By Pitch 15 – Chris Carpenter (2001) 15 – Dave Stieb (1996) 14 – Romero (2011), Stieb (1983)
Batters Faced 1187 – Dave Stieb (1982) 1141 – Dave Stieb (1983) 1100 – Clancy (1982), Hengten (1996)
Games Finished 70 – Duane Ward (1993) 68 – Kelvin Escobar (2002) 62 – Batista (2005), Henke (1987), Koch (2000)
Stat Leader (IP) #2 (IP) #3 (IP)
ERA 2.48 – Tom Henke (563.0) 3.18 – Duane Ward (650.2) 3.42 – Stieb (2,873.0), Key (1,695.2)
Wins 175 – Dave Stieb (2,873.0) 148 – Roy Halladay (2.046.2) 128 – Jim clancy (2,204.2)
Win-Loss % .759 – Roger Clemens (498.2) .661 – Roy Halladay (2,046.2) .639 – Doyle Alexander (750.0)
WHIP 1.025 – Tom Henke (563.0) 1.196 – Jimmy Key (1,695.2) 1.198 – Roy Halladay (2,046.2)
Strikeouts/9 10.295 – Tom Henke (563.0) 9.281 – Duane Ward (650.2) 9.040 – A.J. Burnett (522.2)
Games 497 – Jason Frasor (497.0) 452 – Duane Ward (650.2) 446 – Tom Henke (563.0)
Saves 217 – Tom Henke (563.0) 121 – Duane Ward (650.2) 100 – Billy Koch (211.2)
Innings Pitched 2,873.0 – Dave Stieb 2,204.2 – Jim Clancy 2,046.2 – Roy Halladay
Strikeouts 1,658 – Dave Stieb (2,873.0) 1,495 – Roy Halladay (2,046.2) 1,237 – Jim clancy (2,204.2)
Starts 408 – Dave Stieb (2,873.0) 345 – Jim Clancy (2,204.2) 287 – Roy Halladay (2,046.2)
Complete Games 103 – Dave Stieb (2,873.2) 73 – Jim Clancy (2,204.2) 49 – Roy Halladay (2,046.2)
Shutouts 30 – Dave Stieb (2,873.0) 15 – Roy Halladay (2,046.2) 11 – Jim Clancy (2,204.2)
Home Runs 224 – Dave Stieb (2,873.0) 219 – Jim Clancy (2,204.2) 207 – Pat Hengten (1,636.0)
Walks 1,020 – Dave Stieb (2,873.0) 814 – Jim Clancy (2,204.2) 599 – Pat Hengten (1,636.0)
Hits 2,545 – Dave Stieb (2,873.2) 2,185 – Jim Clancy (2,204.2) 1,997 – Roy Halladay (2,046.2)
Strikeouts/Walks 3.880 – Tom Henke (563.0) 3.286 – Roy Halladay (2,046.2) 3.129 – Josh Towers (558.1)
HR/9 Innings .415 – Duane Ward (650.2) .702 – Dave Stieb (2,873.0) .756 – Roy Halladay (2,046.2)
Losses 140 – Jim Clancy (2,204.2) 134 – Dave Stieb (2,873.0) 85 – Pat Hengten (1,636.0)
Earned Runs 1,091 – Dave Stieb (2,873.0) 1,005 – Jim Clancy (2,204.2) 780 – Roy Halladay (2,046.2)
Wild Pitches 88 – Juan Guzman (1,215.2) 82 – Jim Clancy (2,204.2) 56 – Pat Hengten (1,636.0)
Hit By Pitch 129 – Dave Stieb (2,873.0) 56 – Roy Halladay (2.046.2) 49 – Todd Stottlemyre (1,139.0)
Batters Faced 11,965 – Dave Stieb (2,873.0) 9,397 – Jim Clancy (2,204.2) 8,433 – Roy Halladay (2,046.2)
Games Finished 386 – Tom Henke (563.0) 266 – Duane Ward (650.2) 175 – Mike Timlin (393.1)
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