List of Washington Nationals team records

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The Washington Nationals are a United States Major League Baseball franchise based in Washington, D.C.

Franchise records[edit]

What follows are the Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos team records.

Single season records[edit]

Batting[edit]

(records all by Montreal Expos except for Alfonso Soriano in 2006 and Danny Espinosa in 2012 as members of the Washington Nationals)

  • Batting Average: Vladimir Guerrero, .345 (2000)
  • On-base percentage: Mike Jorgensen, .444 (1974)
  • Slugging Percentage: Vladimir Guerrero, .664 (2000)
  • OPS: Vladimir Guerrero, 1.074 (2000)
  • At Bats: Warren Cromartie, 659 (1979)
  • Runs: Tim Raines, 133 (1983)
  • Hits: Vladimir Guerrero, 206 (2002)
  • Total Bases: Vladimir Guerrero, 379 (2000)
  • Doubles: Mark Grudzielanek, 54 (1997)
  • Home Runs: Alfonso Soriano, 46 (2006)
  • Runs Batted In: Vladimir Guerrero, 131 (1999)
  • Walks: Ken Singleton, 123 (1973)
  • Strikeouts: Danny Espinosa, 189 (2012)
  • Stolen Bases: Ron LeFlore, 97 (1980)
  • Singles: Mark Grudzielanek, 157 (1996)
  • Runs Created: Vladimir Guerrero, 154 (2000)
  • Extra-Base Hits: Vladimir Guerrero, 84 (1999)
  • Times on Base: Vladimir Guerrero, 296 (2002)
  • Hit By Pitch: Ron Hunt, 50 (1971)
  • Sacrifice Hits: Larry Lintz, 23 (1974)
  • Sacrifice Flies: Andre Dawson, 18 (1983)
  • Intentional Walks: Vladimir Guerrero, 32 (2002)
  • At Bats per Strikeout: Gary Sutherland, 25.3 (1971)
  • At Bats per Home Run: Bob Bailey, 12.6 (1970)

Pitching[edit]

(records all by Montreal Expos except for Chad Cordero in 2005, Ramón Ortiz in 2006, and Gio Gonzalez in 2012 as members of the Washington Nationals)

  • ERA: Pedro Martínez, 1.90 (1997)
  • Wins: Gio Gonzalez, 21 (2012)
  • Won-Loss %: Bryn Smith, .783 (1985)
  • WHIP: Pedro Martínez, .932 (1997)
  • Games: Mike Marshall, 92 (1973)
  • Saves: Chad Cordero, 47 (2005)
  • Innings: Steve Rogers, 301 ⅔ (1977)
  • Strikeouts: Pedro Martínez, 305 (1997)
  • Games Started: Steve Rogers, 40 (1977)
  • Complete Games: Bill Stoneman, 20 (1971)
  • Walks Allowed: Bill Stoneman, 146 (1971)
  • Hits Allowed: Carl Morton, 281 (1970)
  • Strikeout to Walk: Javier Vázquez, 4.73 (2001)
  • Losses: Steve Rogers, 22 (1974)
  • Earned Runs Allowed: Steve Rogers, 126 (1974)
  • Wild Pitches: Steve Renko, 19 (1974)
  • Hit Batsmen: Ramón Ortiz, 18 (2006)
  • Batters Faced: Bill Stoneman, 1,243 (1971)
  • Games Finished: Mike Marshall, 73 (1973)

Career records[edit]

record All-time Active Currently with team
Batting (as of September 30, 2011)
Games played Tim Wallach 1767 José Vidro 1186 Ryan Zimmerman 746
batting average Vladimir Guerrero .323 Vladimir Guerrero .323 Ryan Zimmerman .289
on-base percentage Rusty Staub .402 Vladimir Guerrero .390 Ryan Zimmerman .355
slugging percentage Vladimir Guerrero .588 Vladimir Guerrero .588 Ryan Zimmerman .485
OPS Vladimir Guerrero .978 Vladimir Guerrero .978 Ryan Zimmerman .840
At bats Tim Wallach 6529 José Vidro 4257 Ryan Zimmerman 2894
Runs Tim Raines 947 Vladimir Guerrero 641 Ryan Zimmerman 437
Hits Tim Wallach 1694 José Vidro 1280 Ryan Zimmerman 836
Total bases Tim Wallach 2728 Vladimir Guerrero 2211 Ryan Zimmerman 1403
Doubles Tim Wallach 360 José Vidro 304 Ryan Zimmerman 193
Triples Tim Raines 82 Vladimir Guerrero 34 Ryan Zimmerman 13
Home runs Vladimir Guerrero 234 Vladimir Guerrero 234 Ryan Zimmerman 116
RBI Tim Wallach 905 Vladimir Guerrero 702 Ryan Zimmerman 450
Walks Tim Raines 793 José Vidro 397 Ryan Zimmerman 299
Stolen bases Tim Raines 635 Vladimir Guerrero 123 Ryan Zimmerman 22
Sacrifice flies Andre Dawson 71 José Vidro 34 Ryan Zimmerman 28
Sacrifice bunts Steve Rogers 101 Javier Vázquez 65 Liván Hernández 56
Hit by pitches Ron Hunt 114 Vladimir Guerrero 50 Ryan Zimmerman 15
Intentional walks Vladimir Guerrero 130 Vladimir Guerrero 130 Ryan Zimmerman 26
Plate appearances Tim Wallach 7174 José Vidro 4753 Ryan Zimmerman 3238
Extra base hits Tim Wallach 595 Vladimir Guerrero 494 Ryan Zimmerman 322
Pitches seen Ryan Zimmerman 12804 Ryan Zimmerman 12804 Ryan Zimmerman 12804
Pitching (as of January 28, 2011)
Wins Steve Rogers 158 Javier Vázquez 64 Liván Hernández 70
Saves Jeff Reardon 152 Chad Cordero 128 Drew Storen 48
Innings pitched Steve Rogers 2837.2 Javier Vázquez 1229.1 Liván Hernández 1,317
Strikeouts Steve Rogers 1621 Javier Vázquez 1076 Liván Hernández 840
Earned Run Average Tim Burke 2.61 Pedro Martínez 3.06 Liván Hernández 3.98
Games pitched Tim Burke 425 Luis Ayala 320 Liván Hernández 197
Games started Steve Rogers 393 Javier Vázquez 191 Liván Hernández 197
Complete games Steve Rogers 129 Liván Hernández 22 Liván Hernández 23
Shutouts Steve Rogers 37 Pedro Martínez 8 Liván Hernández 4
Save opportunities Chad Cordero 152 Chad Cordero 152 Tyler Clippard 12
Caught stealing Liván Hernández 36 Liván Hernández 36 Liván Hernández 36
Pickoffs John Lannan 10 John Lannan 10 John Lannan 10
Games finished Jeff Reardon 281 Chad Cordero 226 Tyler Clippard 26
Batters faced by pitcher Steve Rogers 11702 Javier Vázquez 5183 Liván Hernández 5,606
Pitch count Liván Hernández 17983 Liván Hernández 17983 Liván Hernández 17983
Holds Luis Ayala 87 Luis Ayala 87 Tyler Clippard 26
Fielding (as of January 28, 2009)
Games played (defensive) Tim Wallach 1757 José Vidro 1105 Ryan Zimmerman 728
Games started (position player) José Vidro 980 José Vidro 980 Ryan Zimmerman 724
Innings (position player) José Vidro 8354.2 José Vidro 8354.2 Ryan Zimmerman 6358.2
Total chances Gary Carter 8759 José Vidro 4815 Ryan Zimmerman 2086
Putouts Andrés Galarraga 7893 Brian Schneider 4187 Jesús Flores 875
Assists Tim Wallach 3354 José Vidro 2795 Ryan Zimmerman 1404
Double plays Andrés Galarraga
José Vidro
606 José Vidro 606 Ryan Zimmerman 150
Caught stealing (catcher) Brian Schneider 178 Brian Schneider 178 Jesús Flores 38

minimum of 2000 plate appearances minimum of 500 innings pitched

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Washington Nationals career leaders