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Box-Toppers 2017 review, 2018 preview

What Box-Toppers is all about, how it workshow it is figured and why the system was devised.

Here are links to key offseason posts:

Top players, top teams

Top 10 player lists

Box-Toppers top 10 players by category (Overall, AL pitchers, NL pitchers, AL batters, NL batters)

Box-Toppers’ All-Star teams

Box-Toppers’ Top 100 players

Box-Toppers’ High by position

Top players at a single position over several time frames—2017, 2016-17, 2012-17, “All-time” (1995-2017):

  • First base: Miguel Cabrera leads all-time (career Box-Toppers points since 1995). He also leads all active first basemen in career points and leads all first basemen over the past six seasons. Anthony Rizzo leads past season.
  • Second base: Jeff Kent leads all-time. Scooter Gennett leads past season.
  • Shortstop: Miguel Tejada leads all-time over Derek Jeter. Elvis Andrus leads past season (and also past two seasons).
  • Third base: Alex Rodriguez leads all-time. Jose Ramirez leads past season.
  • Catcher: Mike Piazza leads all-time. Buster Posey leads past season (and also past two and past six seasons).
  • Outfield: Manny Ramirez leads all-time. Giancarlo Stanton leads past season (and also past two seasons).
  • Designated hitter: Albert Pujols leads all-time (and also leads active DHs in career points). Edwin Encarnacion leads past season (and also past two seasons and past six seasons).
  • Pitcher: Randy Johnson leads all-time. Clayton Kershaw leads active pitchers in career points (and also leads over past six seasons). Chris Sale leads past season. Max Scherzer leads past two seasons.
  • Closing pitcher: Trevor Hoffman leads all-time over all-time saves leader Mariano Rivera. Craig Kimbrel leads active closers in career points (and also leads over past two seasons and past six seasons). Edwin Diaz leads over past season.
  • Overall: Johnson leads all players in Box-Toppers points since 1995. Kershaw leads active players in career points and also leads all players over the past six seasons. Chris Sale led players in 2017. Max Scherzer leads players over the past two seasons.

Statistical leaders

How 2017 statistical leaders fared in Box-Toppers points and rankings

  • Batting average: Five of the top 10 players in batting average for 2017 are among Box-Toppers’ top 100 players.
  • Earned run average: Corey Kluber of the Indians had the lowest earned run average of any pitcher in 2017 and ranked fifth in Box-Toppers player rankings.
  • Home runs: Giancarlo Stanton of the Marlins led all players in home runs in 2017 and ranked second among all batters in Box-Toppers points for the season.
  • Wins: Three of the four pitchers who led the Major Leagues in wins in 2017 are among Box-Toppers’ top 10 players for the season.
  • Runs batted in: Half of the top 10 runs batted in leaders are among their league’s top 10 batters in Box-Toppers points in 2017.
  • Strikeouts: Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale, 2017’s leader in Box-Toppers points, also was the season’s leader in strikeouts.
  • Wins above replacement (WAR): Six of the 10 leaders in baseball’s Wins Above Replacement statistic for 2017 are among the top 100 players in Box-Toppers points for the season.
  • Overview: An overview look at how baseball's 2017 statistical leaders ranked in Box-Toppers points

Box-Toppers’ most improved, biggest decliners

Box-Toppers’ top players by team

Box-Toppers top pitchers and batters by team, 2017

Best single-game performances

Box-Toppers top single game performances of 2017

Box-Toppers’ season-by-season leaders

A look at Box-Toppers season-by-season AL & NL pitching & batting leaders, 1995-2017

Most consecutive seasons earning Box-Toppers points

Carlos Beltran ties Jason Giambi in 2017 for most consecutive seasons earning Box-Toppers points (19)

Hall of Fame

How 2018 Hall of Fame candidates fared in Box-Toppers: Jones, Guerrero, Thome, Hoffman elected to Hall of Fame; Schilling, Kent, Santana among notable 2018 snubs

2017 postseason awards

2017 postseason

AL Wild Card—Twins vs. Yankees

NL Wild Card—Rockies vs. Diamondbacks

AL Division Series—Red Sox vs. Astros

AL Division Series—Yankees vs. Indians

NL Division Series—Cubs vs. Nationals

NL Division Series—Diamondbacks vs. Dodgers

AL Championship Series—Yankees vs. Astros

NL Championship Series—Cubs vs. Dodgers

World Series—Astros vs. Dodgers

Post on key players

Jose Altuve: Why AL MVP favorite Jose Altuve only had 2.5 Box-Toppers points in 2017

Clayton Kershaw: Kershaw breaks record for most consecutive seasons with 20 or more Box-Toppers points

2018 preseason

Related

Last year: A Box-Toppers look back at 2016, with a preview of the coming 2017 season

Top 10 players

Here are the top 10 players in Box-Toppers points (BTP) for the 2018 season through the games of July 19:  
 

Player Pos Team BTP
1 Severino, Luis 3567 pi sp nyy al 16.7
2 Scherzer, Max 2588 pi sp dc nl 16.4
3 Berrios, Jose 3791 pi sp min al 15.1
4 Sale, Chris 2806 pi sp bos al 14.7
5 Paxton, James 3280 pi sp sea al 14.0
6 Nola, Aaron 3569 pi sp phi nl 13.4
7 Cole, Gerrit 3232 pi sp hou al 13.0
8 Snell, Blake 3688 pi sp tb al 12.7
9 Verlander, Justin 2112 pi sp hou al 12.4
10 Morton, Charlie 2503 pi sp hou al 11.8
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Past posts

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By month

By year

All-time leaders

Here are Box-Toppers top 20 players since record keeping began in 1995:
 

Player Pos Team BTP
1 Randy Johnson pi sp retired 278.8
2 Pedro Martinez pi sp retired 244.8
3 Clayton Kershaw pi sp lad nl 210.8
4 CC Sabathia pi sp nyy al 196.7
5 Curt Schilling pi sp retired 194.1
6 Albert Pujols 1b dh ana al 189.3
7 Alex Rodriguez dh retired 187.0
8 Zack Greinke pi sp ari nl 185.2
9 Felix Hernandez pi sp sea al 174.1
10 Max Scherzer pi sp dc nl 173.1
11 Roy Halladay pi sp retired 170.7
12 Manny Ramirez lf dh retired 167.2
13 Johan Santana pi sp free agent 166.6
14 Justin Verlander pi sp hou al 166.4
15 Roger Clemens pi sp retired 164.8
16 John Smoltz pi sp retired 160.9
17 Cole Hamels pi sp tex al 159.8
18 Jon Lester pi sp chi nl 159.6
19 Tim Hudson pi sp retired 157.0
20 Bartolo Colon pi sp tex al 155.9
BTP: Box-Toppers points
About Box-Toppers’ team abbreviations
List of top 100 players since 1995 at the end of the 2017 season.

2018 preseason team rankings

(Standings updated with current roster information on March 29, opening day.)

The Cleveland Indians are the top-ranked preseason team in Box-Toppers rankings. Players on their preseason roster accumulated 142.4 Box-Toppers points in the 2017 season. Shown below in the 2018 column is the accumulated 2017 Box-Toppers point total for each player on that team’s current roster. Also shown in the 2017 column is each team’s Box-Toppers point total at the end of last season. The final column (+/-) shows the change in team rosters’ Box-Toppers points from the end of last season until now.  
 

Teams 2017 2018 +/-
1 Indians 140.0 142.4 1.5
2 Nationals 135.3 140.3 5.0
3 Dodgers 138.9 132.9 -6.0
4 Twins 99.2 128.5 29.3
5 Brewers 106.0 125.6 19.6
6 Yankees 121.7 122.9 1.2
7 Cubs 120.5 120.7 0.2
8 Astros 131.7 118.6 -13.1
9 Red Sox 118.8 113.8 -5.0
10 Diamondbacks 118.3 108.1 -10.2
11 Mariners 101.3 107.3 6.0
12 Mets 75.0 106.5 31.5
13 Rangers 90.1 94.5 4.4
14 Blue Jays 81.1 93.0 11.9
15 Rockies 103.1 85.9 -17.2
16 Orioles 91.9 84.3 -7.6
17 Cardinals 92.4 81.4 -11.0
18 Giants 73.6 80.4 6.8
19 Phillies 68.4 78.8 10.4
20 Athletics 74.1 78.8 4.7
21 Angels 92.2 71.5 -20.7
22 Pirates 87.5 69.5 -18.0
23 Padres 74.0 69.3 -4.7
24 Reds 82.2 68.4 -13.8
25 Braves 74.7 66.0 -8.7
26 Royals 104.5 63.4 -41.1
28 Marlins 85.7 56.9 -28.8
29 Rays 93.0 50.6 -42.4
29 Tigers 48.4 48.8 0.4
30 White Sox 40.1 48.7 8.6
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2017 leaders

Who had the most Box-Toppers points in the 2017 season? Here is a breakdown of the overall leaders, plus the leaders by league in both pitching and batting (more details below the chart):  
 

OVERALL LEADERS POS TEAM BTP
1 Sale, Chris 2806 pi sp bos al 25.1
2 Scherzer, Max 2588 pi sp dc nl 25.0
3 Kershaw, Clayton 2494 pi sp lad nl 23.1
4 Strasburg, Stephen 2736 pi sp dc nl 22.5
5 Kluber, Corey 3200 pi sp cle al 22.0
6 Carrasco, Carlos 2885 pi sp cle al 21.8
7 Severino, Luis 3567 pi sp nyy al 21.1
8 Greinke, Zack 1871 pi sp ari nl 20.1
9 Santana, Ervin 2005 pi sp min al 16.1
10 Ray, Robbie 3502 pi sp ari nl 16.0
AL PITCHERS POS TEAM BTP
1 Sale, Chris 2806 pi sp bos al 25.1
2 Kluber, Corey 3200 pi sp cle al 22.0
3 Carrasco, Carlos 2885 pi sp cle al 21.8
4 Severino, Luis 3567 pi sp nyy al 21.1
5 Santana, Ervin 2005 pi sp min al 16.1
6 Verlander, Justin 2112 pi sp hou al 14.7
7 Paxton, James 3280 pi sp sea al 13.7
8 Tanaka, Masahiro 3305 pi sp nyy al 11.4
9 Clevinger, Mike 3707 pi sp cle al 11.4
10 Gausman, Kevin 3191 pi sp bal al 11.1
AL BATTERS POS TEAM BTP
1 Encarnacion, Edwin 2098 dh 1b cle al 12.1
2 Judge, Aaron 3767 rf nyy al 11.2
3 Andrus, Elvis 2582 ss tex al 11.0
4 Bruce, Jay 2453 rf cle al 10.0
5 Ramirez, Jose 3436 3b 2b cle al 10.0
6 Healy, Ryon 3685 dh 1b oak al 9.7
7 Hosmer, Eric 2886 1b kc al 9.5
8 Odor, Rougned 3336 2b tex al 8.7
9 Sano, Miguel 3527 3b min al 8.5
10 Donaldson, Josh 3144 3b tor al 8.0

NL PITCHERS POS TEAM BTP
1 Scherzer, Max 2588 pi sp dc nl 25.0
2 Kershaw, Clayton 2494 pi sp lad nl 23.1
3 Strasburg, Stephen 2736 pi sp dc nl 22.5
4 Greinke, Zack 1871 pi sp ari nl 20.1
5 Ray, Robbie 3502 pi sp ari nl 16.0
6 Nola, Aaron 3569 pi sp phi nl 15.8
7 deGrom, Jacob 3343 pi sp nym nl 15.7
8 Wood, Alex 3246 pi sp lad nl 15.7
9 Quintana, Jose 3040 pi sp chi nl 15.0
10 Nelson, Jimmy 3299 pi sp mil nl 14.0
NL BATTERS POS TEAM BTP
1 Rizzo, Anthony 3063 1b chi nl 15.5
2 Stanton, Giancarlo 2737 rf fla nl 14.2
3 Gennett, Scooter 3254 2b cin nl 10.7
4 Posey, Buster 2745 ca 1b sf nl 9.5
5 Arenado, Nolan 3306 3b col nl 9.2
6 Ozuna, Marcell 3190 lf fla nl 9.2
7 McCutchen, Andrew 2637 cf pit nl 9.0
8 Parra, Gerardo 2746 rf lf col nl 9.0
9 Fowler, Dexter 2698 cf stl nl 9.0
10 Bellinger, Cody 3781 1b rf lf lad nl 8.7
BTG—Box-Toppers game score
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Chris Sale led players in Box-Toppers points in 2017

Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale is Box-Toppers 2017 Player of the Year, finishing the season with the most Box-Toppers points among all players.

Sale earned 25.1 points in 2017, finishing just 0.1 point ahead of second-place player, Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer (25.0).

Other category leaders:

Box-Toppers American League Player of the Year—Sale with 25.1 Box-Toppers points finished 3.1 points ahead of Indians pitcher Corey Kluber (22.0).

Box-Toppers National League Player of the Year—Scherzer with 25.0 Box-Toppers points finished 1.9 points ahead of Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw (23.1).

Box-Toppers National League Batter of the Year—Anthony Rizzo of the Cubs with 15.5 Box-Toppers points finished 1.3 points head of Giancarlo Stanton of the Marlins (14.2). Rizzo ranks 14th among all players.

Box-Toppers American League Batter of the Year— Edwin Encarnacion of the Indians had 12.1 Box-Toppers points, leading second-place AL batter Aaron Judge of the Yankees (11.2). Encarnacion ranks 22nd among all players.

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Stat leaders’ Box-Toppers points

Here are leaders in seven key statistical categories for the 2017 baseball season and how they fared in Box-Toppers points (BTP). Rank shows each player’s standing among all players in Box-Toppers points.
 
Batting average
Leader Team Avg. BTP Rank
Jose Altuve Astros .346 2.5 387
Home runs
Leader Team HR BTP Rank
Giancarlo Stanton Marlins 59 14.2 17
Runs batted in
Leader Team RBI BTP Rank
Giancarlo Stanton Marlins 132 14.2 17
Earned run average
Leader Team ERA BTP Rank
Corey Kluber Indians 2.25 22.0 5
Wins
Leader Team W BTP Rank
Clayton Kershaw Dodgers 18 23.1 3
Corey Kluber Indians 18 22.0 5
Carlos Carrasco Indians 18 21.8 6
Jason Vargas Royals 18 11.0 32
Strikeouts
Leader Team K BTP Rank
Chris Sale Red Sox 308 25.1 1
Wins above replacement
Leader Team WAR BTP Rank
Jose Altuve Astros 8.3 2.5 387
BTP: Box-Toppers points
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Box-Toppers Players of the Year

Here are Box-Toppers Player of the Year winners in each season of Box-Toppers tracking since 1995. Player of the Year is the player with the season’s highest Box-Toppers point total:  
 
Year Player Pos Team BTP
1995 Randy Johnson pi sp Mariners 23.7
1996 John Smoltz pi sp Braves 26.1
1997 Roger Clemens pi sp Blue Jays 27.4
1998 Randy Johnson pi sp Astros† 26.4
1999 Randy Johnson pi sp Dbacks 31.5
2000 Randy Johnson pi sp Dbacks 33.7
2001 Randy Johnson pi sp Dbacks 29.4
2002 Randy Johnson pi sp Dbacks 33.7
2003 Jason Schmidt pi sp Giants 24.7
2004 Johan Santana pi sp Twins 26.8
2005 Johan Santana pi sp Twins 24.1
2006 Johan Santana pi sp Twins 25.7
2007 Jake Peavy pi sp Padres 23.4
2008 CC Sabathia pi sp Brewers 26.7
2009 Zack Greinke pi sp Royals 21.5
2010 Jon Lester pi sp Red Sox 23.4
2011 Clayton Kershaw pi sp Dodgers 26.1
2012 Justin Verlander pi sp Tigers 24.8
2013 Clayton Kershaw pi sp Dodgers 21.7
2014 Clayton Kershaw pi sp Dodgers 31.5
2015 Jake Arrieta pi sp Cubs 29.1
2016 Max Scherzer pi sp Nationals 25.7
2017 Chris Sale pi sp Red Sox 25.1
† Played for Mariners before trade to Astros.

Most improved players

Here are the 25 players who had the biggest gains in Box-Toppers points (BTP) from 2016 to 2017, ranked by their rise in points this season. Yankees pitcher Luis Severino had the biggest gain of 19.1 points, earning 2.0 points in 2016 and 21.1 in 2017. The list includes players who made big jumps (such as Chris Sale of the Red Sox), players who were rookies (such as Aaron Judge of the Yankees) as well as players who were sidelined with injury in 2016 (such as Rockies closer Greg Holland).
 

Player Pos Team BTP Rise
1 Severino, Luis 3567 pi sp nyy al 21.1 19.1
2 Wood, Alex 3246 pi sp lad nl 15.7 14.7
3 Rizzo, Anthony 3063 1b chi nl 15.5 12.5
4 Santana, Ervin 2005 pi sp min al 16.1 12.1
5 Sale, Chris 2806 pi sp bos al 25.1 11.7
6 † Judge, Aaron 3767 rf nyy al 11.2 11.2
7 Nelson, Jimmy 3299 pi sp mil nl 14.0 11.0
8 Greinke, Zack 1871 pi sp ari nl 20.1 10.4
9 Godley, Zack 3538 pi sp ari nl 11.0 10.0
10 Vargas, Jason 2055 pi sp kc al 11.0 10.0
11 Carrasco, Carlos 2885 pi sp cle al 21.8 9.4
12 Ray, Robbie 3502 pi sp ari nl 16.0 9.3
13 Paxton, James 3280 pi sp sea al 13.7 9.3
14 Nola, Aaron 3569 pi sp phi nl 15.8 9.1
15 Berrios, Jose 3791 pi sp min al 9.0 9.0
16 Lynn, Lance 2992 pi sp stl nl 8.7 8.7
17 † Bellinger, Cody 3781 1b rf lf lad nl 8.7 8.7
18 Ramirez, Jose 3436 3b 2b cle al 10.0 8.5
19 Clevinger, Mike 3707 pi sp cle al 11.4 8.4
20 Cobb, Alex 2916 pi sp tb al 8.4 8.4
21 † Castillo, Luis Miguel 3840 pi sp cin nl 8.4 8.4
22 Gennett, Scooter 3254 2b cin nl 10.7 8.2
23 Holland, Greg 2906 pi cp col nl 8.0 8.0
24 Iglesias, Jose 3532 ss det al 8.0 8.0
25 † Pivetta, Nick 3825 pi sp phi nl 8.0 8.0
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† Rookie status in 2017
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Big dippers

Here are players whose Box-Toppers point total declined most from 2016 to 2017. Some were out all or much of the 2017 season with injury, such as Steven Matz and Madison Bumgarner. Some had stellar 2016 seasons and simply didn’t match that performance in 2017, such as Jon Lester. Some did not or could not play in 2017, such as David Ortiz, who retired after 2016 and Jose Fernandez, who died near the end of the 2016 season. Players are listed in order of their Box-Toppers point decline. Their Box-Toppers points (BTP) for 2017, if any, are also shown.
 

Player Pos Team Dip BTP
1 Fernandez, Jose 3147 pi sp Died* -22.4
2 Cueto, Johnny 2400 pi sp sf nl -14.4 2.0
3 Syndergaard, Noah 3472 pi sp nym nl -13.7 3.0
4 Hammel, Jason 2235 pi sp kc al -12.0 1.0
5 Santiago, Hector 3109 pi sp min al -11.4
6 Lester, Jon 2173 pi sp chi nl -11.4 10.7
7 Matz, Steven 3516 pi sp nym nl -11.1 1.0
8 Bumgarner, Madison 2753 pi sp sf nl -11.0 2.0
9 Sanchez, Aaron 3392 pi sp tor al -10.7
10 Cabrera, Miguel 1776 1b det al -10.0 2.0
11 Altuve, Jose 3007 2b hou al -10.0 2.5
12 Hendricks, Kyle 3386 pi sp chi nl -9.7 3.7
13 Carpenter, Matt 2987 3b 1b 2b stl nl -9.5
14 Hellickson, Jeremy 2778 pi sp bal al -9.1 4.0
15 Guerra, Junior 3633 pi sp mil nl -9.0
16 Wieters, Matt 2643 ca dc nl -9.0 2.0
17 Happ, J.A. 2536 pi sp tor al -9.0 5.7
18 Arrieta, Jake 2738 pi sp chi nl -9.0 6.7
19 Kazmir, Scott 1947 pi sp lad nl -8.7
20 Martin, Russell 2202 ca tor al -8.5 2.0
21 Wright, Steven 3224 pi sp bos al -8.4
22 Hamels, Cole 2135 pi sp tex al -8.4 9.4
23 Ortiz, David dh retired† -8.0
24 Familia, Jeurys 3446 pi cp nym nl -8.0
25 Carter, Chris 2828 1b ph oak al -8.0 1.5
Dip: Decline in Box-Toppers point total from 2016 to 2017.
BTP: Box-Toppers points
* Jose Fernandez of the Miami Marlins died Sept. 25, 2016.
† David Ortiz retired after the 2016 season
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Best seasons

Randy Johnson holds the record for most Box-Toppers points in a single season with 33.7, which he achieved twice—in 2000 and 2002. Here are all players who have earned 25 or more Box-Toppers points in a single season since 1995, ranked by their single-season Box-Toppers point total.
 
Player Team Pos Year BTP
1 Randy Johnson Diamondbacks pi sp 2000 33.7
1 Randy Johnson Diamondbacks pi sp 2002 33.7
3 Pedro Martinez Red Sox pi sp 2000 33.5
4 Randy Johnson Diamondbacks pi sp 1999 31.5
4 Clayton Kershaw Dodgers pi sp 2014 31.5
6 Pedro Martinez Red Sox pi sp 1999 31.4
7 Randy Johnson Diamondbacks pi sp 2001 29.4
8 Jake Arrieta Cubs pi sp 2015 29.1
9 Pedro Martinez Red Sox pi sp 2002 28.8
10 Curt Schilling Diamondbacks pi sp 2002 28.4
11 Roger Clemens Blue Jays pi sp 1997 27.4
12 Johan Santana Twins pi sp 2004 26.8
13 Pedro Martinez Expos pi sp 1997 26.7
13 CC Sabathia Indians/Brewers pi sp 2008 26.7
15 Randy Johnson Mariners/Astros pi sp 1998 26.4
16 John Smoltz Braves pi sp 1996 26.1
16 Clayton Kershaw Dodgers pi sp 2011 26.1
18 Roger Clemens Blue Jays pi sp 1998 25.8
18 Corey Kluber Indians pi sp 2014 25.8
20 Johan Santana Twins pi sp 2006 25.7
20 Clayton Kershaw Dodgers pi sp 2015 25.7
20 Max Scherzer Nationals pi sp 2016 25.7
23 Cliff Lee Phillies pi sp 2011 25.4
24 Chris Sale Red Sox pi sp 2017 25.1
25 Max Scherzer Nationals pi sp 2017 25.0

Box-Toppers season streaks

Here are the players who have earned Box-Toppers points in the most consecutive seasons. Carlos Beltran has tied Jason Giambi for the longest streak—19 straight seasons. Beltran has earned points each season from 1999 to 2017; Giambi earned points each season from 1995 to 2013. (Box-Toppers tracking began in 1995.) Players are listed by length of their streak. Also shown is the duration of their streak and their career Box-Toppers point (BTP) total.
 


Streak

Player

Pos

Duration
Career
BTP
1 19 Jason Giambi 1b 1995‑2013 133.4
1 19 Carlos Beltran rf 1999‑2017 108.6
3 18 Jim Thome 1b dh 1995‑2012 146.7
3 18 Chipper Jones 3b 1995‑2012 149.0
3 18 Johnny Damon lf 1995‑2012 63.0
3 18 Alex Rodriguez 3b 1996‑2013 187.0
3 18 CC Sabathia* pi sp 2001‑2018 196.7
3 18 Albert Pujols* dh 2001‑2018 189.3
9 17 Mariano Rivera pi cp 1995‑2011 126.4
9 17 Derek Jeter ss 1996‑2012 76.4
9 17 Paul Konerko 1b 1998‑2014 100.7
9 17 Tim Hudson pi sp 1999‑2015 157.0
9 17 Torii Hunter cf 1999‑2015 115.9
9 17 David Ortiz dh 2000‑2016 145.9
15 16 Manny Ramirez lf 1995‑2010 167.2
15 16 Andy Pettitte pi sp 1995‑2010 138.5
15 16 Jamie Moyer pi sp 1995‑2010 104.0
15 16 Scott Rolen 3b 1996‑2011 97.6
15 16 Kevin Millwood pi sp 1997‑2012 108.3
15 16 Derek Lowe pi sp 1998‑2013 91.5
15 16 Aramis Ramirez 3b 2000‑2015 105.8
15 16 Mark Buehrle pi sp 2000‑2015 116.7
15 16 Ichiro Suzuki rf 2001‑2016 53.7
15 16 Miguel Cabrera* 1b 2003‑2018 147.9
25 15 Randy Johnson pi sp 1995‑2009 278.8
25 15 Garret Anderson lf 1995‑2009 86.5
25 15 Ivan Rodriguez ca 1995‑2009 79.0
25 15 Tony Clark 1b 1995‑2009 63.8
25 15 Gary Sheffield lf 1995‑2009 124.1
25 15 Jason Kendall ca 1996‑2010 40.9
25 15 Vladimir Guerrero rf 1997‑2011 128.3
25 15 Bobby Abreu rf 1997‑2011 95.5
25 15 Mike Cameron cf 1997‑2011 70.3
25 15 Miguel Tejada ss 1997‑2011 102.3
25 15 Jorge Posada ca 1997‑2011 79.5
25 15 Livan Hernandez pi sp 1997‑2011 76.7
25 15 Kyle Lohse pi sp 2001‑2015 89.0
25 15 Jake Peavy pi sp 2002‑2016 141.8
25 15 Joe Mauer* 1b 2004‑2018 79.1
BTP: Box-Toppers points
* Active streak of a player active in 2018.
(Chart updated July 13, 2018)
Details of Box-Toppers season streaks as of the close of the 2017 season