Greatest single-season performances by a player on your favorite team

SabresRule

SabresRule

Thread Starter
SatelliteGuys Master
Apr 15, 2008
12,883
5
Wisconsin
What do you guys consider the best performance in an entire season on your favorite team, regardless of sport?

I'll give you mine:

1992-93- Pat LaFontaine's 53 goals, 95 assists, and 148 points- the latter two ranked second in the NHL

Also in 1992-93, Alexander Mogilny's 76 goal season

1997-98- Hasek's 13 shutouts, 2.09 GAA, .932 save percentage and 33 wins.
 
Peter Parker

Peter Parker

Formerly Geronimo
Supporting Founder
Lifetime Supporter
Sep 9, 2003
12,110
1,679
1967 Carl Yastrzemski wins the Triple Crown, the Golden Glove and MVP.

Yaz is now a roving instructor for the World Champion Boston Red Sox.
 
salsadancer7

salsadancer7

SatelliteGuys Master
Jun 1, 2004
28,020
183
South Florida
An old, raggety, no-arm havin' Fighting Blue Hen from the University of Delware named Rich Gannon had a stetch run that VERY FEW QBs in NFL history can match. Won 2 CONSECUTIVE Pro Bowl MVPs, 2001-2002(NEVER.....EVER done by any player in NFL history) and finished that historic season by winning the league MVP......as a Oakland Raider.

Considering that he was supposed to be washed up.....no too shabby Mr. Gannon....not too shabby at all!;)
 
N

nonrev

SatelliteGuys Pro
Dec 2, 2007
685
0
NJ
Eagles QB Randall Cunninghams 91 yard punt.
Martin Brodeur NHL record 48 win season
 
Ramy

Ramy

The Star Wars Collector Podcast
Supporting Founder
Jan 27, 2004
30,897
512
Here
This past year Andre Woodson set the NCAA record for most consecutive passes without throwing an INT.
 
Skyhi

Skyhi

Pub Member / Supporter
Pub Member / Supporter
Sep 29, 2007
3,518
23
NE Ohio
Albert Belle 1995

317 BA, 50 HR, 126 RBI, 52 2Bs, .690 SLG in 143 games

...didn't win the MVP because he's a raging a-hole.
 
HD MM

HD MM

SatelliteGuys Master
Nov 2, 2006
15,837
0
Believeland, Ohio
Albert Belle 1995

317 BA, 50 HR, 126 RBI, 52 2Bs, .690 SLG in 143 games

...didn't win the MVP because he's a raging a-hole.

I consider Manny's 1999 season better since he set the franchise record for RBI's.....

.333 BA, 44 HR, 165 RBI, 174 H, 131 R, 1.105 OPS in 147 Games. (Manny was not chosen as the AL MVP that year either. As a matter of fact, the last Indian to earn MVP was in 1953 by Al Rosen)

Of course, the best season for a pitcher would have to go to Bob Feller in 1946....

48 Games, 371 IP, 26 Wins, 15 losses, 348 Strike-Outs (Franchise Record) and a season ERA of 2.18! He also pitched his second no-hitter against the New York Yankees on April 30, 1946. (Feller had 3 no-hitters in his career).
 

Similar threads

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Total: 0, Members: 0, Guests: 0)

Top