To qualify for either leaderboard, a player must have had either 502 plate appearances (enough to qualify for the batting title) or 150 infield balls in play (IFBIP). Links in the tables go to Baseball-Reference.

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+ IFOP Leaders for 2006 Season

The league average player would have posted a +6.43 IFOP in 600 PA. The median among qualified players was +5.

IFOP Components
Rk Player Tm PA IFBIP IFROE IFH IFDP IFOP
1 Juan Pierre
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CHC
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750 388 14 51 7 +58
2 Ichiro Suzuki
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SEA
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752 327 12 41 7 +46
3 Willy Taveras
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HOU
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587 268 7 45 7 +45
4 Luis Castillo
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MIN
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652 325 7 51 16 +42
5 Corey Patterson
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BAL
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499 197 10 30 0 +40
6 Joey Gathright
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KCR
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445 213 9 33 4 +38
7 Carl Crawford
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653 268 7 37 12 +32
8 Dan Uggla
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FLA
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683 228 5 31 5 +31
9 Derek Jeter
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NYY
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715 272 10 31 13 +28
10 Endy Chavez
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NYM
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390 180 7 29 9 +27
11 Dave Roberts
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SDP
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567 242 5 28 6 +27
12 Rafael Furcal
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LAD
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736 276 5 31 9 +27
13 Hanley Ramirez
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FLA
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700 228 7 26 8 +25
14 Chone Figgins
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LAA
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683 245 7 25 7 +25
15 Johnny Damon
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NYY
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671 269 4 26 5 +25
16 Jose Reyes
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NYM
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703 279 6 25 6 +25
17 Jamey Carroll
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COL
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534 204 9 25 11 +23
18 Clint Barmes
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COL
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535 205 12 13 12 +23
19 Chase Utley
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PHI
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739 214 5 27 9 +23
20 J.D. Drew
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LAD
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690 189 5 21 4 +22
21 Adam Everett
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HOU
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566 224 11 16 5 +22
22 David Eckstein
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STL
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552 243 7 23 8 +22
23 Jose Lopez
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SEA
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655 282 9 33 20 +22
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Allow me to direct your attention to a couple numbers on this chart. First off, perhaps the most impressive feat: Corey Patterson’s zero double plays. To have no double plays in almost 200 IFBIP requires a pretty huge helping of both luck and skill.

Secondly, there’s Clint Barmes’ line: 12 ROE, 13 IFH, and 12 DP. He nearly had more reaches on error than infield hits, which is really hard to do. Way to fill up the JunkStat boxscore, Clint!

The worst IFOP in 2006 belonged to Victor Martinez, who put up an astonishing -21 mark (28 double plays, 3 reaches on error, 4 infield hits). Adrian Gonzalez, as usual, was near the bottom of the list, finishing at -18; third-worst was Paul Konerko (-15). Mike Jacobs and Troy Glaus came in at -13.

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IFO/C Leaders for 2006 Season

The league average IFO/C was 96.9. The worst mark among qualifiers was Victor Martinez’s 109.8.

Rk Player Tm PA IFBIP IFOP IFO/C
1 Corey Patterson
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BAL
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499 197 +40 79.7
2 Joey Gathright
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445 213 +38 82.2
3 Willy Taveras
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HOU
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587 268 +45 83.2
4 Endy Chavez
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NYM
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390 180 +27 85.0
5 Juan Pierre
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CHC
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750 388 +58 85.1
6 Ichiro Suzuki
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SEA
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752 327 +46 85.9
7 Dan Uggla
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FLA
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683 228 +31 86.4
8 Luis Castillo
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MIN
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652 325 +42 87.1
9 Carl Crawford
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653 268 +32 88.1
10 J.D. Drew
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LAD
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690 189 +22 88.4
11 Ryan Freel
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CIN
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523 172 +20 88.4
12 Jamey Carroll
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COL
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534 204 +23 88.7
13 Clint Barmes
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COL
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535 205 +23 88.8
14 Rocco Baldelli
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387 152 +17 88.8
15 Alfredo Amezaga
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FLA
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378 161 +18 88.8
16 Dave Roberts
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SDP
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567 242 +27 88.8
17 Hanley Ramirez
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FLA
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700 228 +25 89.0
18 Chase Utley
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PHI
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739 214 +23 89.3
19 Coco Crisp
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BOS
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452 179 +19 89.4
20 Josh Willingham
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FLA
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573 183 +19 89.6

It seems really weird to have Ichiro all the way down in 6th place… but it’s even weirder to have Dan Uggla just one spot lower.

There must have been something in the Florida water in 2006: four Marlins are on the list, including Uggla and Josh Willingham, who aren’t exactly fleet of foot. There are also three Devil Rays on the list, meaning that one state accounts for more than a third of the top 20.

The additions to this list who did not make the IFOP leaderboard are Willingham, Ryan Freel, Rocco Baldelli, Alfredo Amezaga, and Coco Crisp.

 

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