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Oakland Athletics award winners and league leaders

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This is a list of award winners and league leaders for the Oakland Athletics professional baseball franchise.

The team was first known as the Philadelphia Athletics from 1901 to 1954 and then as the Kansas City Athletics from 1955 to 1967.

Contents

American League Most Valuable PlayerEdit

See: Kenesaw Mountain Landis Most Valuable Player Award

American League Cy Young AwardEdit

American League Rookie of the YearEdit

See: Jackie Robinson Rookie of the Year Award

American League Manager of the YearEdit

See: Manager of the Year Award

American League Gold Glove AwardEdit

Pitcher
First base
Third base
Shortstop
Outfield

American League Platinum Glove AwardEdit

Wilson Defensive Player of the Year AwardEdit

See explanatory note at Atlanta Braves award winners and league leaders.
Team (at all positions)
  • (2012)
  • (2013)

American League Silver SluggerEdit

MLB All-Century Team (1999)Edit

See: MLB All-Century Team

DHL Hometown Heroes (2006)Edit

See: DHL Hometown Heroes

MLB All-Time Team (1997; Baseball Writers Association of America)Edit

See: MLB All-Time Team

Baseball Prospectus "Internet Baseball Awards" Team of the Decade (1999)Edit

  • Reliever of the Decade: Dennis Eckersley, Athletics–Cardinals–Red Sox
  • First Base: Mark McGwire, Athletics–Cardinals
  • 2001 Most Valuable Player, AL: Jason Giambi
  • 2005 Rookie of the Year, AL: Huston Street

Chuck Tanner Major League Baseball Manager of the Year AwardEdit

Babe Ruth Award (World Series)Edit

Topps All-Star Rookie TeamsEdit

See: Topps All-Star Rookie Teams

Baseball America Major League Executive of the YearEdit

Team awardEdit

Team records (single-game, single-season, career)Edit

Minor-league systemEdit

MiLB Overall Minor League Hitter of the YearEdit

Oakland Athletics Minor League Player of the YearEdit

  • 2008 – Chris Carter[2]
  • 2009 – Chris Carter[2]

Other achievementsEdit

National Baseball Hall of FameEdit

See: Oakland Athletics#Hall of Famers

California Sports Hall of FameEdit

Athletics in the California Sports Hall of Fame
No. Player Position Tenure Notes
9, 31, 44 Reggie Jackson RF 1968–1975
1987
10, 11, 22, 29, 42 Tony La Russa IF
Manager
1963
1968–1971
1986–1995

Athletics in the Bay Area Sports Hall of FameEdit

See: Oakland Athletics#Athletics in the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame

Athletics in the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of FameEdit

See: Oakland Athletics#Athletics in the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame

Retired numbersEdit

See: Oakland Athletics#Retired numbers

Catfish Hunter AwardEdit

See footnote[3] and Catfish Hunter

The award is given to the Athletics' most inspirational player.[4]

Year Winner Position Ref
2004 Tim Hudson P
2005 Mark Ellis (1) 2B
2006 Jason Kendall C
2007 Mark Ellis (2) 2B
2008 Mike Sweeney 1B [5]
2009 Kurt Suzuki C
2010 Ben Sheets P [6]
2011 Josh Willingham OF [4]
2012 Jonny Gomes OF
2013 Coco Crisp OF
2014 Stephen Vogt (1) C/OF/1B [7]
2015 Stephen Vogt (2) C/OF/1B [8]
2016 Stephen Vogt (3) C/OF/1B [9]
2017 Jed Lowrie 2B [10]
2018 Matt Chapman 3B

Sporting News Sportsman of the YearEdit

See: Sporting News#Sportsman of the Year

Ford C. Frick Award recipientsEdit

See: Oakland Athletics#Ford C. Frick Award recipients

Sports Illustrated Top 10 GMs/Executives of the Decade (2009)Edit

See: List of 2009 all-decade Sports Illustrated awards and honors#Top 10 GMs/Executives of the Decade
  • No. 10 – Billy Beane (the list's only other MLB GMs were Boston's Theo Epstein, No. 3, and Seattle and Philadelphia's Pat Gillick, No. 7)

American League Statistical Batting LeadersEdit

Batting AverageEdit

On-base PercentageEdit

Slugging PercentageEdit

OPSEdit

GamesEdit

At BatsEdit

RunsEdit

HitsEdit

Total BasesEdit

DoublesEdit

TriplesEdit

Home RunsEdit

RBIEdit

WalksEdit

StrikeoutsEdit

Stolen BasesEdit

  • Topsy Hartsel 47 (1902)
  • Danny Hoffman 46 (1905)
  • Eddie Collins 81 (1910)
  • Billy Werber 35 (1937) Co-Leader
  • Bert Campaneris 51 (1965)
  • Bert Campaneris 52 (1966)
  • Bert Campaneris 55 (1967)
  • Bert Campaneris 62 (1968)
  • Bert Campaneris 42 (1970)
  • Bert Campaneris 52 (1972)
  • Billy North 54 (1974)
  • Billy North 75 (1976)
  • Rickey Henderson 100 (1980)
  • Rickey Henderson 56 (1981)
  • Rickey Henderson 130 (1982)
  • Rickey Henderson 108 (1983)
  • Rickey Henderson 66 (1984)
  • Rickey Henderson 65 (1990)
  • Rickey Henderson 58 (1991)
  • Rickey Henderson 66 (1998)
  • Coco Crisp 49 (2011) Co-Leader

SinglesEdit

Runs CreatedEdit

Extra-Base HitsEdit

Times on BaseEdit

Hit By PitchEdit

Sacrifice HitsEdit

Sacrifice FliesEdit

Intentional WalksEdit

Grounded into Double PlaysEdit

At Bats per StrikeoutEdit

At Bats per Home RunEdit

  • Socks Seybold 32.6 (1902)
  • Harry Davis 40.4 (1904)
  • Harry Davis 75.9 (1905)
  • Harry Davis 45.9 (1906)
  • Harry Davis 72.8 (1907)
  • Frank Baker 53.8 (1911)
  • Frank Baker 57.7 (1912)
  • Frank Baker 47.0 (1913)
  • Jimmie Foxx 10.1 (1932)
  • Jimmie Foxx 11.9 (1933)
  • Jimmie Foxx 14.9 (1935)
  • Gus Zernial 13.2 (1953)
  • Gus Zernial 13.8 (1955)
  • Reggie Jackson 16.8 (1973)
  • Mark McGwire 11.4 (1987)
  • José Canseco 14.5 (1988)
  • Mark McGwire 14.8 (1989)
  • José Canseco 13.0 (1991)
  • Mark McGwire 11.1 (1992)
  • Mark McGwire 8.1 (1995)
  • Mark McGwire 8.1 (1996)

OutsEdit

American League Statistical Pitching LeadersEdit

ERAEdit

WinsEdit

Won-Loss PercentageEdit

WHIPEdit

Hits Allowed/9IPEdit

Walks/9IPEdit

Strikeouts/9IPEdit

  • Rube Waddell 6.84 (1902)
  • Rube Waddell 8.39 (1903)
  • Rube Waddell 8.20 (1904)
  • Rube Waddell 7.86 (1905)
  • Rube Waddell 6.47 (1906)
  • Rube Waddell 7.33 (1907)
  • Lefty Grove 5.30 (1925)
  • Lefty Grove 6.77 (1926)
  • Lefty Grove 5.97 (1927)
  • George Earnshaw 6.65 (1928)
  • Lefty Grove 5.56 (1929)
  • Lefty Grove 6.46 (1930)
  • Lou Brissie 5.89 (1948)
  • Vida Blue 8.68 (1971)

GamesEdit

SavesEdit

InningsEdit

StrikeoutsEdit

  • Rube Waddell 210 (1902)
  • Rube Waddell 302 (1903)
  • Rube Waddell 349 (1904)
  • Rube Waddell 287 (1905)
  • Rube Waddell 196 (1906)
  • Rube Waddell 232 (1907)
  • Lefty Grove 116 (1925)
  • Lefty Grove 194 (1926)
  • Lefty Grove 174 (1927)
  • Lefty Grove 183 (1928)
  • Lefty Grove 170 (1929)
  • Lefty Grove 209 (1930)
  • Lefty Grove 175 (1931)

Games StartedEdit

Complete GamesEdit

ShutoutsEdit

Home Runs AllowedEdit

Walks AllowedEdit

Hits AllowedEdit

Strikeout to WalkEdit

LossesEdit

Earned Runs AllowedEdit

Wild PitchesEdit

Hit BatsmenEdit

Batters FacedEdit

Games FinishedEdit

Oldest PlayerEdit

Youngest PlayerEdit

See alsoEdit

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c The World Series Trophy was first awarded in 1967. In 1985, it was re-named the Commissioner's Trophy. From 1970 to 1984, the "Commissioner's Trophy" was the name of the award given to the All-Star Game MVP.
  2. ^ a b c Winston, Lisa (January 1, 2010). "A's Carter pays immediate dividends: Slugger earns MiLBY for Overall Minor League Hitter". MLB Advanced Media, L.P. Retrieved 2011-06-17.
  3. ^ Catfish Hunter Award (2004–present). Baseball-Almanac. Retrieved 2011-08-19.
  4. ^ a b Lee, Jane (Sep 20, 2011). "Willingham selected for Catfish Hunter Award". MLB.com. Retrieved 2014-04-04. [F]or the past seven years has recognized the A's most inspirational player ....
  5. ^ http://oakland.athletics.mlb.com/news/print.jsp?ymd=20080914&content_id=3475064&vkey=news_oak&fext=.jsp&c_id=oak&affiliateId=CommentWidget
  6. ^ http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2010/sep/21/as-pound-buehrle-white-sox-7-2/
  7. ^ http://m.athletics.mlb.com/news/article/95584618/oakland-as-name-stephen-vogt-recipient-of-catfish-hunter-award
  8. ^ http://m.mlb.com/news/article/151423600/stephen-vogt-wins-catfish-hunter-award
  9. ^ Hickey, John (September 23, 2016). "Stephen Vogt wins A's Catfish Hunter Award for third time". East Bay Times. Retrieved September 21, 2019.
  10. ^ Shea, John (September 26, 2017). "A's 2nd baseman Jed Lowrie wins Catfish Hunter Award". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved September 21, 2019.