Washington Nationals: All-Time Runs Scored Leaders, by number of runs
PlayerNumber of runs scored
Ryan Zimmerman963
Tim Raines947
Andre Dawson828
Tim Wallach737
Gary Carter707
Vladimir Guerrero641
Jose Vidro614
Bryce Harper610
Anthony Rendon571
Jayson Werth450
  • Region: United States
  • Time period: 1969 to 2024
  • Published: Jan 2024

Data Analysis and Insights

Updated: Mar 29, 2024 | Published by: Statistico

Ryan Zimmerman leads in runs scored

Ryan Zimmerman tops the Washington Nationals all-time runs scored leaderboard with a total of 963 runs, establishing him as the most prolific run-scorer in the team's history.

Top three players account for 31% of the runs

Together, Ryan Zimmerman, Tim Raines, and Andre Dawson have scored 2,738 runs, which constitutes approximately 31% of the total runs scored by the top ten players listed.

Significant drop after the top scorer

The difference in runs scored between the top scorer, Ryan Zimmerman (963 runs), and the second-place Tim Raines (947 runs) is only 16 runs, indicating a closely contested position at the top.

Jayson Werth at the bottom of the list

Jayson Werth, with 450 runs scored, holds the tenth position on the list, which is less than half of the runs scored by the leader, Ryan Zimmerman.

Players from different eras

The list features players such as Tim Raines and Andre Dawson from earlier decades, alongside more recent players like Bryce Harper and Anthony Rendon, showcasing the team's diverse historical talent.

Gap between consecutive players

The gaps in runs scored between consecutive players on the list vary, with a notable jump of 89 runs between Gary Carter (707 runs) and Vladimir Guerrero (641 runs), highlighting the individual achievements of each player.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who leads in runs scored for the Washington Nationals?

Ryan Zimmerman leads the Washington Nationals all-time runs scored leaderboard with a total of 963 runs.

What percentage of the total runs is represented by the top three players?

Together, Ryan Zimmerman, Tim Raines, and Andre Dawson account for approximately 31% of the total runs scored.

Terms and Definitions

The Washington Nationals is a professional baseball team based in the United States. They participate in Major League Baseball as a member team of the National League's East Division. The team is noted for its successful players and memorable games.

Major League Baseball is a professional baseball organization. It is one of the oldest major professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada. It is composed of 30 teams divided into the American League and National League.

The National League's East Division is one of the divisions that make up Major League Baseball's National League. It was created when the National League expanded for the first time in 1969. The Washington Nationals is one of the teams in the East Division.

In baseball, home plate is one of four bases that a player must touch in order to score a run. It is the final destination for a player who is attempting to score and thus is the main target for the batting team.

In baseball, bases are four points that a player must reach in order to score a run. These are typically diamond shaped and include first base, second base, third base, and home plate.

Batting is the process during a game of baseball when a player, the batter, attempts to hit the ball delivered by the pitcher in an attempt to safely reach a base and eventually score a run.
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