Jacoby Ellsbury
Jacoby McCabe Ellsbury
 
 
Born: September 11, 1983 in Madras, OR
30 years old
Bats: L Throws: L Ht: 6'1" Wt: 185
(legend)
Fielding Ratings(?)
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Notes:
- Drafted by the Boston Red Sox in 2005 - (Round 1 / Pick 23)
- High School: Madras (Madras, OR)
- College/Univ: Oregon State University (2003-2005)
- Hall of Fame Chance: 0% (using Bill James' "Favorite Toy")

Batting Leaderboards

Runs
Year R Rnk
43.2
3
Hits
Year H Rnk
37.8
4
22.6
15
Total Bases
Year TB Rnk
88.7
3
Sec Bases
Year SecB Rnk
57.2
14
Singles
Year 1B Rnk
36.3
5
29.3
5
Career
134.3
249
Doubles
Year 2B Rnk
           
Triples
Year 3B Rnk
3.8
11
6.4
3
5.2
4
Homeruns
Year HR Rnk
15.0
8
Extra Bases
Year XB Rnk
50.8
8
Strikeouts
Year K Rnk
45.8
8
On Base
Year OnB Rnk
33.3
11
Walks
Year BB Rnk
           
Outs
Year Outs Rnk
30.2
12
Hit By Pitch
Year HBP Rnk
BB/K
Year BB/K Rnk
Stolen Bases
Year SB Rnk
40.4
1
56.4
1
24.4
5
40.9
1
21.0
2
Career
203.7
76
Stolen Base Att
Year SBA Rnk
47.8
1
63.7
1
33.9
4
40.8
2
23.4
3
Career
231.1
66
SB/Att
Year SB% Rnk
5.4
4
9.3
1
11.0
1
4.0
6
Career
34.0
73
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Defensive Regression Analysis data used here was obtained with permission from Michael Humphreys, author of Wizardry.

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Uniform images used with permission from Marc Okkonen, author of Baseball Uniforms of the 20th Century.
Images can also be viewed at the Hall of Fame online exhibit Dressed to the Nines

Win Shares are calculated using the formula in the book Win Shares by Bill James