Win Expectancy, Run Expectancy, and Leverage Index calculations provided by Tom Tango of InsideTheBook.com, and co-author of The Book: Playing the Percentages in Baseball. And that's almost certainly not just a function of base-stealers getting more efficient. Do you have a sports website? Even if the way is paved by home runs suddenly vanishing, strikeouts and a generally more cautious approach to stolen bases should keep his marks safe.

But even then, they'll still have their work cut out for them because pitchers will presumably still be throwing hard fastballs and aggressively using their secondary pitches.

Vince Coleman matched him with three seasons of 100 stolen bases, and 29 other players notched at least one 50-steal season. Every Sports Reference Social Media Account, Site Last Updated: Saturday, October 17, 2:04AM. But ever since the home run began a lasting come back in 1994, the stolen base has once again fallen out of favor. Rickey Henderson. In the 1980s alone, hitters got on base at a .324 clip.

As the stolen bases have declined and appreciation for skills like game calling and pitch framing has risen, strong arms have become less of a necessity and more of a bonus for catchers. Total Zone Rating and initial framework for Wins above Replacement calculations provided by Sean Smith. Much of the play-by-play, game results, and transaction information both shown and used to create certain data sets was obtained free of charge from and is copyrighted by RetroSheet. We have tools and resources that can help you use sports data. Subscribe to our Free Newsletter, This Month in Sports ReferenceFind out when we add a feature or make a change.

Yankees? Pretty much all of Major League Baseball has since bought into that proof of concept. Breaking Down the Science of the Stolen Base ... Washington thieve like Rickey Henderson? And there seems to be no reversing this trend, as the league has been setting new strikeout records annually since 2008. Many thanks to him. Yet Henderson's stolen base records are also a product of the era in which he spent his prime. Because his idol was Muhammad Ali, Henderson decided to use the words "greatest of all time." Henderson broke the former with 130 swipes in 1982, and he later surpassed Brock's career total in 1991 on his way to a whopping 1,406 thefts over 25 seasons. Rickey Henderson's 130 Stolen Bases Season. Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos. That Henderson was able to steal so many bases is largely a testament to his rare blend of speed and on-base acumen. All rights reserved. Throughout the 2010s, the league's OBP was only .320. The league's 26.7 caught-stealing percentage in 2019 was one of the worst in history.

Ironically, the most notable of Henderson's many former teams was at the center of this. Where what happened yesterday is being preserved today. When Henderson debuted for the Oakland Athletics on June 24, 1979, Lou Brock held the records for stolen bases in a season (118 in 1974) and in a career (921 as of that date). Watch our How-To Videos to Become a Stathead, Subscribe to Stathead and get access to more data than you can imagine.

In lieu of hitting the ball over the fence, getting 'em, getting 'em over and getting 'em in took hold as the default mode of offense for most clubs. Copyright 1999- Question, Comment, Feedback, or Correction? Catchers' only duties then will be calling pitches and controlling the running game, which could convince some teams that there's an edge to be gained by bringing back the strong-armed catcher.

On March 30, 2000, HOFer Rickey Henderson became the second player to record a stolen base in four different decades. Only eight players stole as many as 50 bases in a season throughout the 2010s, and nobody has done it since Billy Hamilton and Dee Gordon in 2017. Some defensive statistics Copyright © Baseball Info Solutions, 2010-2020. That's a hard thing to count on, and a new-age Henderson might not necessarily arise even if it happens. In the 2010s, just 76 percent. For example; in 2002, only the Florida Marlins, Kansas City Royals, and Seattle Mariners stole more bases as a team than Rickey Henderson did by himself. A base-stealer the likes of Rickey Henderson, on the other hand, is probably something that nobody will ever see again. Rickey Henderson is the current all-time stolen bases leader, stealing 1,406 stolen bases … copyright=new Date(); Part of the Baseball Almanac Family. Do you have a blog?

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Though stolen bases have mostly been out of fashion ever since Babe Ruth popularized the home run in the 1920s, they were suddenly back in fashion from the late 1970s through the early 1990s: This was a byproduct of the league's home run rate taking a break from its longstanding upward trend. In other words, what Henderson said in 1991 about being the "greatest of all time" was both a statement of fact and a prophecy. Did you know that Rickey Henderson has stolen more bases during his career (Top 1,000) than any other player in Major League history? If the lines in the graph above are any indication, stolen bases won't become popular again until the home run rate goes down and stays down. This is also, however, the inevitable result of a wider reassessment of the risk and reward of stolen bases.

On May 1, 1991, Henderson stole his 939th base to pass Lou Brock and became the sport's all-time stolen base leader. All images are property the copyright holder and are displayed here for informational purposes only. After all, stolen bases haven't gone away just because the rising strikeout rate has made it more difficult to get on base. Rickey Henderson had more stolen bases during the 1982 season than some teams have had in an entire season. Baseball Almanac is pleased to present each and every game and stolen base made by Rickey Henderson during that record setting season of 1982. In the 1980s, walks, singles and hit-by-pitches accounted for 79 percent of all on-base events.

Before a hitter can steal a base, he must first get on base. ... Angeles Dodgers from 1972-85 and twice led the National League in caught stealing percentage.

This research was compiled after Baseball Almanac won the unused ticket to steal number one pictured at the top of the page in an auction. Regarding the latter, only he and Ty Cobb can claim to have taken as many as 13,000 plate appearances and posted an on-base percentage over .400.

These words have since been taken by many to support the notion that Henderson is selfish and arroga… Perhaps that trend will finally reverse if the home run rate also reverses, in which case hitters might de-emphasize swinging for the fences in favor of merely making contact. Some high school data is courtesy David McWater. For what it's worth, that rule actually worked as intended. document.write(update); Oakland's disdain for stolen bases during the 2002 season was well-chronicled in Moneyball, wherein third base coach Ron Washington told author Michael Lewis: "There's a rule on this club. Stats courtesy of Baseball Reference and FanGraphs. Or write about sports?

We present them here for purely educational purposes. Position: Leftfielder Bats: Right • Throws: Left 5-10, 180lb (178cm, 81kg) . Teams are also taking fewer chances than they did in Henderson's day: Granted, this is partly because hitters don't simply go to first base as often when they do get on.

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. Otherwise, guys like Kenley Jansen, Josh Donaldson and Bryce Harper might still be catching today. Born: December 25, 1958 in Chicago, IL us Draft: Drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the 4th round of the 1976 MLB June Amateur Draft from Oakland Technical HS (Oakland, CA).. High School: Oakland Technical HS (Oakland, CA) Debut: June 24, 1979 (Age 20-181d, 11,800th in MLB history) Though the 2002 A's finished dead last with 46 total stolen bases, they stole them with an above-average 70 percent success rate. Logos were compiled by the amazing SportsLogos.net.

Many historical player head shots courtesy of David Davis. Rickey Henderson’s two RBI lead A’s to 11th straight win to start 1981 season On April 19, 1981, the baseball world saw a record broken and a bench-clearing brawl. Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos. Full-year historical Major League statistics provided by Pete Palmer and Gary Gillette of Hidden Game Sports. "Lou Brock was a great base stealer, but today I am the greatest." It's hard to imagine how or when, but somebody probably will come along and hit home runs like Barry Bonds used to hit 'em. To be sure, it helps that catchers don't throw many runners out anymore. That Henderson was able to steal so many bases is largely a testament to his rare blend of speed and on-base acumen.

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Win Expectancy, Run Expectancy, and Leverage Index calculations provided by Tom Tango of InsideTheBook.com, and co-author of The Book: Playing the Percentages in Baseball. And that's almost certainly not just a function of base-stealers getting more efficient. Do you have a sports website? Even if the way is paved by home runs suddenly vanishing, strikeouts and a generally more cautious approach to stolen bases should keep his marks safe.

But even then, they'll still have their work cut out for them because pitchers will presumably still be throwing hard fastballs and aggressively using their secondary pitches.

Vince Coleman matched him with three seasons of 100 stolen bases, and 29 other players notched at least one 50-steal season. Every Sports Reference Social Media Account, Site Last Updated: Saturday, October 17, 2:04AM. But ever since the home run began a lasting come back in 1994, the stolen base has once again fallen out of favor. Rickey Henderson. In the 1980s alone, hitters got on base at a .324 clip.

As the stolen bases have declined and appreciation for skills like game calling and pitch framing has risen, strong arms have become less of a necessity and more of a bonus for catchers. Total Zone Rating and initial framework for Wins above Replacement calculations provided by Sean Smith. Much of the play-by-play, game results, and transaction information both shown and used to create certain data sets was obtained free of charge from and is copyrighted by RetroSheet. We have tools and resources that can help you use sports data. Subscribe to our Free Newsletter, This Month in Sports ReferenceFind out when we add a feature or make a change.

Yankees? Pretty much all of Major League Baseball has since bought into that proof of concept. Breaking Down the Science of the Stolen Base ... Washington thieve like Rickey Henderson? And there seems to be no reversing this trend, as the league has been setting new strikeout records annually since 2008. Many thanks to him. Yet Henderson's stolen base records are also a product of the era in which he spent his prime. Because his idol was Muhammad Ali, Henderson decided to use the words "greatest of all time." Henderson broke the former with 130 swipes in 1982, and he later surpassed Brock's career total in 1991 on his way to a whopping 1,406 thefts over 25 seasons. Rickey Henderson's 130 Stolen Bases Season. Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos. That Henderson was able to steal so many bases is largely a testament to his rare blend of speed and on-base acumen. All rights reserved. Throughout the 2010s, the league's OBP was only .320. The league's 26.7 caught-stealing percentage in 2019 was one of the worst in history.

Ironically, the most notable of Henderson's many former teams was at the center of this. Where what happened yesterday is being preserved today. When Henderson debuted for the Oakland Athletics on June 24, 1979, Lou Brock held the records for stolen bases in a season (118 in 1974) and in a career (921 as of that date). Watch our How-To Videos to Become a Stathead, Subscribe to Stathead and get access to more data than you can imagine.

In lieu of hitting the ball over the fence, getting 'em, getting 'em over and getting 'em in took hold as the default mode of offense for most clubs. Copyright 1999- Question, Comment, Feedback, or Correction? Catchers' only duties then will be calling pitches and controlling the running game, which could convince some teams that there's an edge to be gained by bringing back the strong-armed catcher.

On March 30, 2000, HOFer Rickey Henderson became the second player to record a stolen base in four different decades. Only eight players stole as many as 50 bases in a season throughout the 2010s, and nobody has done it since Billy Hamilton and Dee Gordon in 2017. Some defensive statistics Copyright © Baseball Info Solutions, 2010-2020. That's a hard thing to count on, and a new-age Henderson might not necessarily arise even if it happens. In the 2010s, just 76 percent. For example; in 2002, only the Florida Marlins, Kansas City Royals, and Seattle Mariners stole more bases as a team than Rickey Henderson did by himself. A base-stealer the likes of Rickey Henderson, on the other hand, is probably something that nobody will ever see again. Rickey Henderson is the current all-time stolen bases leader, stealing 1,406 stolen bases … copyright=new Date(); Part of the Baseball Almanac Family. Do you have a blog?

The Book: Playing the Percentages in Baseball.

Though stolen bases have mostly been out of fashion ever since Babe Ruth popularized the home run in the 1920s, they were suddenly back in fashion from the late 1970s through the early 1990s: This was a byproduct of the league's home run rate taking a break from its longstanding upward trend. In other words, what Henderson said in 1991 about being the "greatest of all time" was both a statement of fact and a prophecy. Did you know that Rickey Henderson has stolen more bases during his career (Top 1,000) than any other player in Major League history? If the lines in the graph above are any indication, stolen bases won't become popular again until the home run rate goes down and stays down. This is also, however, the inevitable result of a wider reassessment of the risk and reward of stolen bases.

On May 1, 1991, Henderson stole his 939th base to pass Lou Brock and became the sport's all-time stolen base leader. All images are property the copyright holder and are displayed here for informational purposes only. After all, stolen bases haven't gone away just because the rising strikeout rate has made it more difficult to get on base. Rickey Henderson had more stolen bases during the 1982 season than some teams have had in an entire season. Baseball Almanac is pleased to present each and every game and stolen base made by Rickey Henderson during that record setting season of 1982. In the 1980s, walks, singles and hit-by-pitches accounted for 79 percent of all on-base events.

Before a hitter can steal a base, he must first get on base. ... Angeles Dodgers from 1972-85 and twice led the National League in caught stealing percentage.

This research was compiled after Baseball Almanac won the unused ticket to steal number one pictured at the top of the page in an auction. Regarding the latter, only he and Ty Cobb can claim to have taken as many as 13,000 plate appearances and posted an on-base percentage over .400.

These words have since been taken by many to support the notion that Henderson is selfish and arroga… Perhaps that trend will finally reverse if the home run rate also reverses, in which case hitters might de-emphasize swinging for the fences in favor of merely making contact. Some high school data is courtesy David McWater. For what it's worth, that rule actually worked as intended. document.write(update); Oakland's disdain for stolen bases during the 2002 season was well-chronicled in Moneyball, wherein third base coach Ron Washington told author Michael Lewis: "There's a rule on this club. Stats courtesy of Baseball Reference and FanGraphs. Or write about sports?

We present them here for purely educational purposes. Position: Leftfielder Bats: Right • Throws: Left 5-10, 180lb (178cm, 81kg) . Teams are also taking fewer chances than they did in Henderson's day: Granted, this is partly because hitters don't simply go to first base as often when they do get on.

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. Otherwise, guys like Kenley Jansen, Josh Donaldson and Bryce Harper might still be catching today. Born: December 25, 1958 in Chicago, IL us Draft: Drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the 4th round of the 1976 MLB June Amateur Draft from Oakland Technical HS (Oakland, CA).. High School: Oakland Technical HS (Oakland, CA) Debut: June 24, 1979 (Age 20-181d, 11,800th in MLB history) Though the 2002 A's finished dead last with 46 total stolen bases, they stole them with an above-average 70 percent success rate. Logos were compiled by the amazing SportsLogos.net.

Many historical player head shots courtesy of David Davis. Rickey Henderson’s two RBI lead A’s to 11th straight win to start 1981 season On April 19, 1981, the baseball world saw a record broken and a bench-clearing brawl. Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos. Full-year historical Major League statistics provided by Pete Palmer and Gary Gillette of Hidden Game Sports. "Lou Brock was a great base stealer, but today I am the greatest." It's hard to imagine how or when, but somebody probably will come along and hit home runs like Barry Bonds used to hit 'em. To be sure, it helps that catchers don't throw many runners out anymore. That Henderson was able to steal so many bases is largely a testament to his rare blend of speed and on-base acumen.

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During this record setting season, Rickey Henderson stole second ninety-five times, third thirty-three times, and home plate twice! Even though stolen base attempts are way down, the leaguewide success rate has increased from 68 percent in 2002 to 73 percent in 2019.

Become a Stathead today and run queries with our Season and Career Finders to see the best seasons in MLB history. The strikeout rate for 2019 (23.0 percent) was nearly twice what it was in 1980 (12.5 percent). Angels? Most Unique Players by Age by Similarity Scores, Most Games without a World Series Appearance, Most Games without a Postseason Appearance, Highest Career and Single-Season Salaries. @ScottMillerBbl breaks down how Tampa Bay continues meltdown as Houston rides comeback momentum. Still another question for this hypothetical low-homer environment is how long the leashes on base-stealers would be.

However, pitch framing will become a relic once MLB finally implements an automated strike zone. Are you a Stathead, too? If you don't, you got hell to pay.". Career SB% Leaders:1.Alexi Casilla/87.912, 2.Chase Utley/87.500, 3.Carlos Beltran/86.427, 4.Jack Perconte/85.714, 5. Henderson's speech (at right) after breaking Brock's record was similar to the standard victory or award speech. Ultimately, it's hard to see the conditions that helped enable Henderson's stolen base records ever taking hold of Major League Baseball again. Will LA's Game 5 triumph supply the momentum needed to complete a comeback and return to the World Series? All logos are the trademark & property of their owners and not Sports Reference LLC. Find out more.

Win Expectancy, Run Expectancy, and Leverage Index calculations provided by Tom Tango of InsideTheBook.com, and co-author of The Book: Playing the Percentages in Baseball. And that's almost certainly not just a function of base-stealers getting more efficient. Do you have a sports website? Even if the way is paved by home runs suddenly vanishing, strikeouts and a generally more cautious approach to stolen bases should keep his marks safe.

But even then, they'll still have their work cut out for them because pitchers will presumably still be throwing hard fastballs and aggressively using their secondary pitches.

Vince Coleman matched him with three seasons of 100 stolen bases, and 29 other players notched at least one 50-steal season. Every Sports Reference Social Media Account, Site Last Updated: Saturday, October 17, 2:04AM. But ever since the home run began a lasting come back in 1994, the stolen base has once again fallen out of favor. Rickey Henderson. In the 1980s alone, hitters got on base at a .324 clip.

As the stolen bases have declined and appreciation for skills like game calling and pitch framing has risen, strong arms have become less of a necessity and more of a bonus for catchers. Total Zone Rating and initial framework for Wins above Replacement calculations provided by Sean Smith. Much of the play-by-play, game results, and transaction information both shown and used to create certain data sets was obtained free of charge from and is copyrighted by RetroSheet. We have tools and resources that can help you use sports data. Subscribe to our Free Newsletter, This Month in Sports ReferenceFind out when we add a feature or make a change.

Yankees? Pretty much all of Major League Baseball has since bought into that proof of concept. Breaking Down the Science of the Stolen Base ... Washington thieve like Rickey Henderson? And there seems to be no reversing this trend, as the league has been setting new strikeout records annually since 2008. Many thanks to him. Yet Henderson's stolen base records are also a product of the era in which he spent his prime. Because his idol was Muhammad Ali, Henderson decided to use the words "greatest of all time." Henderson broke the former with 130 swipes in 1982, and he later surpassed Brock's career total in 1991 on his way to a whopping 1,406 thefts over 25 seasons. Rickey Henderson's 130 Stolen Bases Season. Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos. That Henderson was able to steal so many bases is largely a testament to his rare blend of speed and on-base acumen. All rights reserved. Throughout the 2010s, the league's OBP was only .320. The league's 26.7 caught-stealing percentage in 2019 was one of the worst in history.

Ironically, the most notable of Henderson's many former teams was at the center of this. Where what happened yesterday is being preserved today. When Henderson debuted for the Oakland Athletics on June 24, 1979, Lou Brock held the records for stolen bases in a season (118 in 1974) and in a career (921 as of that date). Watch our How-To Videos to Become a Stathead, Subscribe to Stathead and get access to more data than you can imagine.

In lieu of hitting the ball over the fence, getting 'em, getting 'em over and getting 'em in took hold as the default mode of offense for most clubs. Copyright 1999- Question, Comment, Feedback, or Correction? Catchers' only duties then will be calling pitches and controlling the running game, which could convince some teams that there's an edge to be gained by bringing back the strong-armed catcher.

On March 30, 2000, HOFer Rickey Henderson became the second player to record a stolen base in four different decades. Only eight players stole as many as 50 bases in a season throughout the 2010s, and nobody has done it since Billy Hamilton and Dee Gordon in 2017. Some defensive statistics Copyright © Baseball Info Solutions, 2010-2020. That's a hard thing to count on, and a new-age Henderson might not necessarily arise even if it happens. In the 2010s, just 76 percent. For example; in 2002, only the Florida Marlins, Kansas City Royals, and Seattle Mariners stole more bases as a team than Rickey Henderson did by himself. A base-stealer the likes of Rickey Henderson, on the other hand, is probably something that nobody will ever see again. Rickey Henderson is the current all-time stolen bases leader, stealing 1,406 stolen bases … copyright=new Date(); Part of the Baseball Almanac Family. Do you have a blog?

The Book: Playing the Percentages in Baseball.

Though stolen bases have mostly been out of fashion ever since Babe Ruth popularized the home run in the 1920s, they were suddenly back in fashion from the late 1970s through the early 1990s: This was a byproduct of the league's home run rate taking a break from its longstanding upward trend. In other words, what Henderson said in 1991 about being the "greatest of all time" was both a statement of fact and a prophecy. Did you know that Rickey Henderson has stolen more bases during his career (Top 1,000) than any other player in Major League history? If the lines in the graph above are any indication, stolen bases won't become popular again until the home run rate goes down and stays down. This is also, however, the inevitable result of a wider reassessment of the risk and reward of stolen bases.

On May 1, 1991, Henderson stole his 939th base to pass Lou Brock and became the sport's all-time stolen base leader. All images are property the copyright holder and are displayed here for informational purposes only. After all, stolen bases haven't gone away just because the rising strikeout rate has made it more difficult to get on base. Rickey Henderson had more stolen bases during the 1982 season than some teams have had in an entire season. Baseball Almanac is pleased to present each and every game and stolen base made by Rickey Henderson during that record setting season of 1982. In the 1980s, walks, singles and hit-by-pitches accounted for 79 percent of all on-base events.

Before a hitter can steal a base, he must first get on base. ... Angeles Dodgers from 1972-85 and twice led the National League in caught stealing percentage.

This research was compiled after Baseball Almanac won the unused ticket to steal number one pictured at the top of the page in an auction. Regarding the latter, only he and Ty Cobb can claim to have taken as many as 13,000 plate appearances and posted an on-base percentage over .400.

These words have since been taken by many to support the notion that Henderson is selfish and arroga… Perhaps that trend will finally reverse if the home run rate also reverses, in which case hitters might de-emphasize swinging for the fences in favor of merely making contact. Some high school data is courtesy David McWater. For what it's worth, that rule actually worked as intended. document.write(update); Oakland's disdain for stolen bases during the 2002 season was well-chronicled in Moneyball, wherein third base coach Ron Washington told author Michael Lewis: "There's a rule on this club. Stats courtesy of Baseball Reference and FanGraphs. Or write about sports?

We present them here for purely educational purposes. Position: Leftfielder Bats: Right • Throws: Left 5-10, 180lb (178cm, 81kg) . Teams are also taking fewer chances than they did in Henderson's day: Granted, this is partly because hitters don't simply go to first base as often when they do get on.

All Rights Reserved by Baseball Almanac, Inc.Hosted by Hosting 4 Less.

update=copyright.getFullYear();

We ranked every team's chances at landing the best pitcher on the FA market this year . Rickey Henderson had more stolen bases … - Rickey Henderson (Widely Attributed) [Rickey Henderson Quotes]. Join our linker program.

. Otherwise, guys like Kenley Jansen, Josh Donaldson and Bryce Harper might still be catching today. Born: December 25, 1958 in Chicago, IL us Draft: Drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the 4th round of the 1976 MLB June Amateur Draft from Oakland Technical HS (Oakland, CA).. High School: Oakland Technical HS (Oakland, CA) Debut: June 24, 1979 (Age 20-181d, 11,800th in MLB history) Though the 2002 A's finished dead last with 46 total stolen bases, they stole them with an above-average 70 percent success rate. Logos were compiled by the amazing SportsLogos.net.

Many historical player head shots courtesy of David Davis. Rickey Henderson’s two RBI lead A’s to 11th straight win to start 1981 season On April 19, 1981, the baseball world saw a record broken and a bench-clearing brawl. Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos. Full-year historical Major League statistics provided by Pete Palmer and Gary Gillette of Hidden Game Sports. "Lou Brock was a great base stealer, but today I am the greatest." It's hard to imagine how or when, but somebody probably will come along and hit home runs like Barry Bonds used to hit 'em. To be sure, it helps that catchers don't throw many runners out anymore. That Henderson was able to steal so many bases is largely a testament to his rare blend of speed and on-base acumen.

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