List of Arizona Diamondbacks team records

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This article is about the statistical records of the Arizona Diamondbacks. For their season-by-season win–loss records, see List of Arizona Diamondbacks seasons.
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Luis Gonzalez holds 27 franchise records, including 15 career records and 12 single-season records.

The Arizona Diamondbacks are a professional baseball team based in Phoenix, Arizona. They compete in the Western Division of Major League Baseball's (MLB) National League (NL). Arizona first competed in Major League Baseball during the 1998 baseball season as an expansion team. The list below documents players and teams that hold particular club records.

In 16 seasons from 1998 through 2013, the team has won 1,291 games and one World Series championship, in 2001. The team has appeared in five postseasons and has won one league pennant. Luis Gonzalez owns the most franchise career batting records with 15 and the most franchise single-season batting records with 12. Randy Johnson owns the most franchise career and single-season pitching records with 10 and 7, respectively.

Having won the World Series in 2001, the franchise's fourth season in existence, the Diamondbacks hold the distinction of being the fastest expansion team in Major League Baseball to win a championship. In addition, two no-hitters have been thrown in the history of the franchise.

Statistics are current through the 2013 season.

Individual career records[edit]

These are records of players with the best performance in particular statistical categories during their tenure with the Diamondbacks.[1][2]

Career batting[edit]

Career batting records
Statistic Player Record Diamondbacks career Ref
Batting average Luis Gonzalez .298 1999–2006 [3]
On-base percentage Luis Gonzalez .391 1999–2006 [3]
Slugging percentage Luis Gonzalez .529 1999–2006 [3]
On-base plus slugging Luis Gonzalez .919 1999–2006 [3]
Runs Luis Gonzalez 780 1999–2006 [3]
Plate appearances Luis Gonzalez 5,246 1999–2006 [3]
At bats Luis Gonzalez 4,488 1999–2006 [3]
Hits Luis Gonzalez 1,337 1999–2006 [3]
Total bases Luis Gonzalez 2,373 1999–2006 [3]
Singles Luis Gonzalez 776 1999–2006 [3]
Doubles Luis Gonzalez 310 1999–2006 [3]
Triples Stephen Drew 52 2006–2012 [4]
Home runs Luis Gonzalez 224 1999–2006 [3]
Runs batted in Luis Gonzalez 774 1999–2006 [3]
Walks Luis Gonzalez 650 1999–2006 [3]
Strikeouts Chris Young 814 2006–2012 [5]
Stolen bases Tony Womack 182 1999–2003 [6]
Games played Luis Gonzalez 1,194 1999–2006 [3]

Career pitching[edit]

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Randy Johnson holds ten Diamondbacks career pitching records, including most wins, most strikeouts and lowest ERA.
Career pitching records
Statistic Player Record Diamondbacks career Ref(s)
Wins Randy Johnson 118 1999–2004
2007–2008
[7]
Losses Randy Johnson 62 1999–2004
2007–2008
[7]
Win-loss percentage Curt Schilling .674 2000–2003 [8]
Earned run average[a] Randy Johnson 2.83 1999–2004
2007–2008
[7]
Saves José Valverde 98 2003–2007 [9]
Strikeouts Randy Johnson 2,077 1999–2004
2007–2008
[7]
Shutouts Randy Johnson 14 1999–2004
2007–2008
[7]
Games José Valverde 253 2003–2007 [9]
Innings pitched Randy Johnson 1,630⅓ 1999–2004
2007–2008
[7]
Games started Randy Johnson 232 1999–2004
2007–2008
[7]
Games finished José Valverde 181 2003–2007 [9]
Complete games Randy Johnson 38 1999–2004
2007–2008
[7]
Walks Brandon Webb 435 2003–2009 [10]
Hits allowed Randy Johnson 1,325 1999–2004
2007–2008
[7]
Wild pitches Brandon Webb 56 2003–2009 [10]
Hit batsmen Randy Johnson 74 1999–2004
2007–2008
[7]

Individual single-season records[edit]

These are records of Diamondbacks players with the best performance in particular statistical categories during a single season.[1][2]

Single-season batting[edit]

Single-season batting records
Statistic Player Record Season Ref(s)
Batting average Luis Gonzalez .336 1999 [7]
Home runs Luis Gonzalez 57 2001 [7]
Runs batted in Luis Gonzalez 142 2001 [3]
Runs Jay Bell 132 1999 [11]
Hits Luis Gonzalez 206 1999 [3]
Singles Luis Gonzalez 131 1999 [3]
Doubles Luis Gonzalez 52 2006 [3]
Triples Tony Womack 14 1912 [6]
Stolen bases Tony Womack 72 1999 [6]
At bats Matt Williams 627 1999 [12]
Slugging percentage Luis Gonzalez .688 2001 [3]
Extra-base hits Luis Gonzalez 100 2001 [3]
Total bases Luis Gonzalez 419 2001 [3]
On-base percentage Luis Gonzalez .429 2001 [3]
On-base plus slugging Luis Gonzalez 1.117 2001 [3]
Walks Luis Gonzalez 100 2001 [3]
Strikeouts Mark Reynolds 223 2009 [13]

Single-season pitching[edit]

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José Valverde holds the Diamondbacks single-season saves record with 47 in 2007.
Single-season pitching records
Statistic Player Record Season Ref(s)
Wins Randy Johnson 24 2002 [7]
Losses Rodrigo López 16 2010 [14]
Strikeouts Randy Johnson 372 2001 [7]
Earned run average Randy Johnson 2.32 2002 [7]
Earned runs allowed Liván Hernández 112 2007 [15]
Hits allowed Liván Hernández 247 2007 [15]
Shutouts Randy Johnson 4 2002 [7]
Saves José Valverde 47 2007 [9]
Games Óscar Villarreal 86 2003 [16]
Games started Randy Johnson 35 1999, 2000, 2002, 2004 [7]
Games started Curt Schilling 35 2001, 2002 [8]
Games started Brandon Webb 35 2004 [10]
Complete games Randy Johnson 12 1999 [7]
Innings pitched Randy Johnson 271⅔ 1999 [7]

Team single-game records[edit]

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Steve Finley hit three doubles during the Diamondbacks' franchise record eight-double game on June 2, 1999.[17]

These are records of Diamondbacks teams with the best performance in particular statistical categories during a single game.[18]

Single-game batting[edit]

Single-game batting records
Statistic Record Opponent Date
Home runs hit 6 (2×) San Francisco Giants
(most recent)
May 19, 2010
(most recent)
Runs scored 17 (4×) Colorado Rockies
(most recent)
September 28, 2002
(most recent)
Hits 20 (2×) Los Angeles Dodgers
(most recent)
May 8, 2000
(most recent)
Doubles 8 Montreal Expos June 2, 1999
Triples 3 (5×) San Diego Padres
(most recent)
April 24, 2007
(most recent)
Runners left on base 16 (2×) Los Angeles Dodgers
(most recent)
April 30, 2007
(most recent)
Strikeouts 18 San Diego Padres April 25, 2007
Stolen bases 7 New York Mets May 19, 2000

Single-game pitching[edit]

Single-game pitching records
Statistic Record Opponent Date
Hits allowed, inning 10 St. Louis Cardinals September 23, 1928
Runs allowed, inning 11 Texas Rangers June 23, 1998
Home runs allowed, inning 3 (4×) Oakland Athletics
(most recent)
June 17, 2008
(most recent)
Strikeouts 18 Houston Astros July 4, 2001

Team season records[edit]

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Stephen Drew led the team in triples in 2008, hitting 11 of the Diamondbacks' tie for the franchise record of 47 that season.[4]

These are records of Diamondbacks teams with the best and worst performances in particular statistical categories during a single season.[19]

Season batting[edit]

Season batting records
Statistic Record Season
Home runs 216 1999
Runs 908 1999
Hits 1,566 1999
Doubles 331 2006
Triples 47 2003, 2008
Runners left on base 1,211 2002
Strikeouts 1,287 2008
Stolen bases 137 1999

Season pitching[edit]

Season pitching records
Statistic Record Season
Hits allowed 1,580 2005
Runs allowed 899 2004
Home runs allowed 197 2004
Strikeouts 1,303 2002
Shutouts 13 2001

Team all-time records[edit]

Source:[20]
Team all-time records
Statistic Record
Home runs 2,814
Runs 12,312
Hits 23,954
Batting average .258
Earned run average 4.23
Runs allowed 12,508

Notes[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Arizona Diamondbacks Batting Leaders". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "Arizona Diamondbacks Pitching Leaders". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y "Luis Gonzalez Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  4. ^ a b "Stephen Drew Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  5. ^ "Chris Young Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  6. ^ a b c "Tony Womack Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s "Randy Johnson Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  8. ^ a b "Curt Schilling Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  9. ^ a b c d "Jose Valverde Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  10. ^ a b c "Brandon Webb Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  11. ^ "Jay Bell Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  12. ^ "Matt Williams Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  13. ^ "Mark Reynolds Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  14. ^ "Rodrigo Lopez Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  15. ^ a b "Livan Hernandez Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  16. ^ "Oscar Villarreal Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  17. ^ "June 2, 1999 Arizona Diamondbacks at Montreal Expos". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  18. ^ "Diamondbacks Single Game Records". Major League Baseball. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  19. ^ "Diamondbacks Season Records". Major League Baseball. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  20. ^ "Complete Baseball Team and Baseball Team Encyclopedias". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved August 19, 2014. 

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