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List of Cleveland Indians team records

Team records of the Cleveland Indians baseball team:

Contents

  • Single-season records 1
    • Batting 1.1
    • Pitching 1.2
  • Career records 2
    • Batting 2.1
    • Pitching 2.2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Single-season records

Batting

Pitching

Career records

Batting

  • Batting average: Shoeless Joe Jackson, .374
  • On-base percentage: Tris Speaker, .444
  • Slugging percentage: Manny Ramirez, .592
  • OPS: Manny Ramirez, .998
  • Home runs: Jim Thome, 337
  • Home runs by DH: Travis Hafner, 130+
  • Runs batted in: Earl Averill, 1084
  • Runs: Earl Averill, 1154
  • Hits: Nap Lajoie, 2046
  • Doubles: Tris Speaker, 486
  • Triples: Earl Averill, 121
  • Extra base hits: Earl Averill, 724
  • Total bases: Earl Averill, 3200
  • Stolen bases: Kenny Lofton, 450
  • Bases on balls: Jim Thome, 997
  • Strikeouts: Jim Thome, 1377

Pitching

  • Wins: Bob Feller, 266
  • Strikeouts: Bob Feller, 2581
  • Saves: Bob Wickman, 139
  • Earned run average: Addie Joss, 1.89
  • Losses: Mel Harder, 186

See also

External links

  • Cleveland Indians batting leaders
  • Cleveland Indians pitching leaders
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