Thursday, September 29, 2011

Reds '11 Season By The Numbers


Here's a look at the Reds' 2011 season by the numbers -- a season that saw them finish third in the division with a 79-83 overall record.

0 - Number of homers Paul Janish hit in 336 at-bats.
3 - Homers hit by Chris Heisey on 6/22 vs NYY.
5 - Team's longest winning streak (3/31-4/6 & 5/13-5/17).
6 - Team's longest losing streak (5/18-5/23).
9 - Number of times they were shutout.
10 - Number of walk-off wins.
12 - Number of losses in Interleague play (most in NL).
12 - Number of wins for Mike Leake (led team).
19 - Number of innings played vs. PHI on 5/25.
25 - Total days spent in first place.
32 - Total homers hit by Jay Bruce (career-high).
33 - Number of one-run losses (most in MLB).
37 - Number of saves by Francisco Cordero.
40 - Number of comeback wins.
46 - Homers allowed by Bronson Arroyo (franchise record)
76 - Opening day payroll in millions.
110 - Number of times Joey Votto walked (led league).
199 - Innings pitched by Bronson Arroyo (led team).
205 - Number of times Drew Stubbs K'd (3rd most MLB history).
300 - Brandon Phillips' average (career high).
347 - Numbers of fans to see Reds @ Marlins on 8/24.

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