Major League Record Book: Career Walks

Moving on to career major league walks:

2006-2018
1 Jason Kipnis Covington ’06-7 409
2 Yonder Alonso Luray ’06 327
3 Dan Murphy Luray ’05 325
4 Jon Jay Staunton ’04 274
5 Tommy La Stella Haymarket ’09 96
6 Cory Spangenberg Winchester ’10 93
7 Ryan Schimpf Luray ’08 71
8 Collin Cowgill Covington ’05 58
Clint Robinson Harrisonburg ’05-6 58
10 Eric Campbell Luray ’06 53

Additions: None

Change: Cory Spangenberg, with 25 walks, passed Ryan Schimpf, who walked twice.

All-Time
1 Steve Finley Harrisonburg ’85 844
2 Mo Vaughn Harrisonburg ’87 725
3 Reggie Sanders Winchester ’87 674
4 John Kruk New Market ’81 649
5 Aubrey Huff Staunton ’97 571
6 Johnny Grubb Charlottesville 566
7 Brett Gardner New Market ’03-04 561
8 Mike Lowell Waynesboro ’93 548
9 Juan Pierre Harrisonburg ’97 464
10 Brandon Inge Waynesboro ’96 443
11 Chris Hoiles Harrisonburg 435
12 Jason Kipnis Covington ’06-7 409
13 Darren Lewis Harrisonburg 403
14 David Eckstein Harrisonburg ’95-6 376
15 Gene Richards Harrisonburg 356
16 Dan Pasqua New Market ’81 335
17 Luke Scott Staunton 334
18 Bruce Benedict Waynesboro ’75 328
19 Yonder Alonso Luray ’06 327
20 Dan Murphy Luray ’05 325

Additions: Yonder Alonso walked 51 times in 2018, jumping up to #19, and pushing Daniel Murphy, who walked 20 times, to the brink of elimination. (Except that Murphy will get many more before he’s done, which means Bruce Benedict, Luke Scott, and Dan Pasqua will move down…) The player moved off for Alonso is Denny Walling.

Changes:

  • Brett Gardner, with 65 walks, passed Mike Lowell into 7th place
  • Jason Kipnis walked 60 times, and passed Gene Richards, David Eckstein, and Darren Lewis to move into 12th place

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