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Best SS Seasons since 1979

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Now I know what you're thinking. If A-Fraud had the best third baseman season of the last 30 years, he had to have had the best shortstop season. But thankfully my Judeo-Christian friends we have been saved! But not be Jeter!? This is an outrage! Obviously our Lord and Savior is saving his best for last.

 

Top 20 Shortstop Seasons since 1979 (per Win Shares)

 

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1. Robin Yount, 1982 - Milwaukee Brewers 38.6 Win Shares

 

 Year Ag Tm  Lg  G   AB    R    H   2B 3B  HR  RBI  SB CS  BB  SO   BA   OBP   SLG *OPS+  TB   SH  SF IBB HBP GDP 
+--------------+---+----+----+----+---+--+---+----+---+--+---+---+-----+-----+-----+----+----+---+---+---+---+---+
1982 26 MIL AL 156  635  129  210  46 12  29  114  14  3  54  63  .331  .379  .578  166  367   4  10   2   1  19

 

2. Alex Rodriguez, 2000 - Seattle Mariners 37.2

3. Alex Rodriguez, 2001 - Texas Rangers 36.8

4. Cal Ripken, 1984 - Baltimore Orioles 36.7

5. Alex Rodriguez, 2002 - Texas Rangers 35.5

6. Derek Jeter, 1999 - New York Yankees 35.3

7. Cal Ripken, 1983 - Baltimore Orioles 35.3

8. Alan Trammell, 1987 - Detroit Tigers 35.1

9. Alex Rodriguez, 1996 - Seattle Mariners 34.0

10. Cal Ripken, 1991 - Baltimore Orioles 33.7

11. Ozzie Smith, 1987 - St. Louis Cardinals 32.9

12. Derek Jeter, 2006 - New York Yankees 32.7

13. Robin Yount, 1983 - Milwaukee Brewers 32.6

14. Rich Aurilia, 2001 - San Francisco Giants 32.6

15. Alex Rodriguez, 2003 - Texas Rangers 32.5

16. Barry Larkin, 1992 - Cincinnati Reds 32.3

17. Miguel Tejada, 2002 - Oakland A's 32.0

18. Nomar Garciaparra, 1999 - Boston Red Sox 31.6

19. Barry Larkin, 1996 - Cincinnati Reds 30.6

20. Barry Larkin, 1995 - Cincinnati Reds 30.4

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