The 1990 Montreal Expos fielding stats seen on this page include fielding data for every player who appeared in a game during the 1990 season. Fielding percentages, fielding assists, fielding putouts, errors, double plays and more fielding stats are included for every player on the 1990 Montreal Expos broken down by games played at each position. Every player's name links to their career statistics.
NOTE: You can easily SORT the fielding stats on the table by simply clicking on the title of the fielding stat. Example, click PO (putouts) and the fielding stat sorts from least to greatest. Click it again, greatest to least.
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1990 Montreal Expos Fielding Stats
Which player from the 1990 Montreal Expos played the most games by each position? C Mike Fitzgerald (98), 1B Andres Galarraga (154), 2B Delino DeShields (128), 3B Tim Wallach (161), SS Spike Owen (148), LF Tim Raines (123), CF Dave Martinez (103), RF Larry Walker (124).
Did you know that fielding percentage (last column on the right) reflects the percentage of times a player at any given position handles a batted or thrown baseball and is calculated by the sum of putouts (PO) and assists (A) divided by the number of total chances (TC), which is PO + A + Errors (E)?
How do you determine who is the fielding champion for the 1990 Montreal Expos at each position? Major League Baseball (Rule 10.22 Minimum Standards for Individual Championships) states: "The individual fielding champions shall be the fielders with the highest fielding average at each position, provided: (1) A catcher must have participated as a catcher in at least one-half the number of games scheduled for each club in his league that season; (2) An infielder or outfielder must have participated at his position in at least two-thirds of the number of games scheduled for each club in his league that season; and (3) A pitcher must have pitched at least as many innings as the number of games scheduled for each club in his league that season, unless another pitcher has a fielding average as high or higher and has handled more total chances in fewer innings, in which case such other pitcher shall be the fielding champion."