Tim Raines Montreal Expos

Age: 61 (September 16, 1959) | aka Rock | 5' 9" | 202lbs. | Bats: Both
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
MON NL 1979 6 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 0 0.00 n/a
MON NL 1980 15 20 5 1 6 3 0 0 0 0 5 0 .050 .269 .050 22 12 .059 n/a
MON NL 1981 88 313 61 95 45 31 13 7 5 37 71 11 .304 .391 .438 12 9 .321 n/a
MON NL 1982 156 647 90 179 75 83 32 8 4 43 78 16 .277 .353 .369 10 12 .312 n/a
MON NL 1983 156 615 133 183 97 70 32 8 11 71 90 14 .298 .393 .429 13 10 .320 n/a
MON NL 1984 160 622 106 192 87 69 38 9 8 60 75 10 .309 .393 .437 12 10 .335 n/a
MON NL 1985 150 575 115 184 81 60 30 13 11 41 70 9 .320 .405 .475 12 9 .341 n/a
MON NL 1986 151 580 91 194 78 60 35 10 9 62 70 9 .334 .413 .476 12 9 .360 n/a
MON NL 1987 139 530 123 175 90 52 34 8 18 68 50 5 .330 .429 .526 14 8 .339 n/a
MON NL 1988 109 429 66 116 53 44 19 7 12 48 33 7 .270 .350 .431 11 9 .276 n/a
MON NL 1989 145 517 76 148 93 48 29 6 9 60 41 9 .286 .395 .418 15 8 .299 n/a
MON NL 1990 130 457 65 131 70 43 11 5 9 62 49 16 .287 .379 .392 13 8 .295 n/a
CHA AL 1991 155 609 102 163 83 68 20 6 5 50 51 15 .268 .359 .345 12 10 .293 n/a
CHA AL 1992 144 551 102 162 81 48 22 9 7 54 45 6 .294 .380 .405 13 8 .308 n/a
CHA AL 1993 115 415 75 127 64 35 16 4 16 54 21 7 .306 .401 .480 13 7 .303 n/a
CHA AL 1994 101 384 80 102 61 43 15 5 10 52 13 0 .266 .365 .409 13 10 .275 n/a
CHA AL 1995 133 502 81 143 70 52 25 4 12 67 13 2 .285 .374 .422 12 9 .297 n/a
NYA AL 1996 59 201 45 57 34 29 10 0 9 33 10 1 .284 .383 .468 14 12 .287 n/a
NYA AL 1997 74 271 56 87 41 34 20 2 4 38 8 5 .321 .403 .454 13 11 .347 n/a
NYA AL 1998 109 321 53 93 55 49 13 1 5 47 8 3 .290 .395 .383 14 13 .326 n/a
OAK AL 1999 58 135 20 29 26 17 5 0 4 17 4 1 .215 .337 .341 16 10 .216 n/a
MON NL 2001 47 78 13 24 18 6 8 1 0 4 1 0 .308 .433 .436 19 6 .329 n/a
BAL AL 2001 4 11 1 3 0 3 0 0 1 5 0 0 .273 .250 .545 0 25 .250 n/a
FLA NL 2002 98 89 9 17 22 19 3 0 1 7 0 0 .191 .351 .258 19 17 .225 n/a -1
Career 23yrs 2502 8872 1571 2605 1330 966 430 113 170 980 808 146 .294 .385 .425 13 9 .312 n/a
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T.J. Rohr TJRohr
Jan 14 '12
Castration? Nazis? I feel like I'm in a crack den with Timmy.

Since when are strict graders nihilists?
Alex Patton Alex
Jan 13 '12
"They were talking about castration. Are we gonna split hairs here?"
Mike Landau ML-
Jan 12 '12
"I mean say what you want about the tenets of National Socialism Dude, at least it's an ethos."
Mike Gianella MikeG
Jan 12 '12
Nihilism counts. Only in the negative, usually.
Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Jan 11 '12
There were nine ballots submitted with ZERO votes. Not Barry Larkin, not Jack Morris, not Tim Raines, not Jeff Bagwell. Nobody. You know why... because Mark McGwire and Rafael Palmeiro are on the ballot and they took steroids. So everyone else's playing career is automatically invalid because there are admitted and caught steroids users on the ballot.

That's the worst shame of it all.
Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Jan 11 '12
Really hard to say how all of this will play out. Keep in mind that the average HOF voter used 5.09 slots on his ballot and there are 10 slots. There's no reason why the percentages won't go up across the board...though obviously, we're going to see some folks plateau or fall back, since even next year there will be ballots without 10 names on them.
Mike Gianella MikeG
Jan 11 '12
If Roger gets in and Barry doesn't? Imagine what he'll say....
Mike Landau ML-
Jan 11 '12
Raines also has the cocaine constituency, bigger among baseball writers than the dancing contingent.
Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Jan 10 '12
The good thing Raines has going for him is that he will be viewed as an anti-steriod candidate, whether rightly or wrongly. I think the anti-HR crowd will shine more of a light on the game played "the right way" with gutsy baserunning and all of that BS. It could help Raines' candidacy.

That said, he will be crowded out a bit next year:
Bonds and Clemens won't receive their proper due, but could still see totals over 60%. They both are inner circle guys.
Piazza could find himself in the same boat as Bagwell- accusations of bacne and all, but not hard evidence against him.
Schilling is a borderline case. He's better than Morris, to be sure, but will get the same "Big Game" bonus.
Biggio should get in next year. No taint and 3000 hits.
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Glavine and Maddux should sail in the next year.
Thomas should as well due to no taint, but you never know with power hitters.
Pedro and Johnson will get in cleanly as well, although Pedro being a peak candidate will not get the votes he deserves. Better than Sandy Koufax's peak, but the old wizened crones in the BBWAA won't understand that.
Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Jan 10 '12