Personal Catchers for the Florida Marlins
Catchers and pitchers who tended to start together for the Florida Marlins
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|Year||Games||Pitcher (starts)||As battery||Catcher (starts)|
|1994||115||Charlie Hough (21)||14||Ron Tingley (17)|
|1999||162||Alex Fernandez (24)||19||Mike Redmond (74)|
|2000||161||A.J. Burnett (13)||10||Ramon Castro (43)|
|2000||161||Ryan Dempster (33)||25||Mike Redmond (65)|
|2000||161||Vladimir Nunez (12)||10||Paul Bako (48)|
|2006||162||Josh Johnson (24)||24||Miguel Olivo (109)|
|2006||162||Scott Olsen (31)||21||Matt Treanor (50)|
|2006||162||Dontrelle Willis (34)||19||Matt Treanor (50)|
|2007||162||Byung-Hyun Kim (19)||16||Matt Treanor (50)|
|2007||162||Sergio Mitre (27)||25||Miguel Olivo (111)|
|2008||161||Chris Volstad (14)||11||John Baker (54)|
Includes all games played 1993-2010.
Selected according to the formula (M – P * C / T) >= 6, where T = team games, P = games started by the pitcher, C = games started by the catcher, and M = mutual starts by the pitcher and catcher. In essence, any battery which started together 6 more times than would have been expected if their individual starts had been distributed randomly is considered to include a personal catcher.
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