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180 OPS+ with a max of 30 HRs

Posted by John Autin
Miguel Cabrera became the first qualifying hitter since 1995 to have an OPS+ of at least 180 while hitting no more than 30 HRs. It's been done 13 times since WWII (twice by Ted Williams):

PlayerYearOPS+HRAgeTmGPAABRH2B3BRBIBBIBBSOGDPSBBAOBPSLGOPS
Miguel Cabrera20111813028DET1616885721111974801051082289242.344.448.5861.033
Edgar Martinez19951852932SEA1456395111211825201131161987114.356.479.6281.107
Kevin Mitchell19941853032CIN953803105710118177591562122.326.429.6811.110
John Olerud19931862424TOR1586795511092005421071143365120.363.473.5991.072
Rickey Henderson19901882831OAK13659448911915933361972601365.325.439.5771.016
George Brett19802032427KCR117515449871753391185816221115.390.454.6641.118
Joe Morgan19761862732CIN141599472113151305111114841260.320.444.5761.020
Bobby Murcer19711812525NYY1466245299417525694911360914.331.427.543.969
Frank Robinson19671873031BAL1295634798314923794711484102.311.403.576.979
Mickey Mantle19621963030NYY123502377961211518912297849.321.486.6051.091
Ted Williams19542012935BOS1175263869313323189136032100.345.513.6351.148
Ted Williams19481892529BOS137638509124188443127126041104.369.497.6151.112
Stan Musial19461831625STL15670262412422850201037303177.365.434.5871.021
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Play Index Tool Used
Generated 11/9/2011.
In the prior 15 years (1996-2010), there were no 180 OPS+ seasons with 30 HRs or less, but 22 such seasons with more than 30 HRs. Overall, since WWII, there were 59 qualifying seasons of 180 OPS+ and more than 30 HRs.

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