Bob Gibson is a Hall of Fame Major League Baseball Player whose first appearance
was in 1959. He is a member of the The Silent Generation and was born in Northern America. Bob Gibson spent most of his career
with St. Louis Cardinals and he played most games as a Starting Pitcher. No salary data exists for Bob Gibson.
Over Bob Gibson’s 17 season pitching career he had an ERA (Earned Run Average) of 2.915,
striking out 3117 and walking 1336. His career WHIP (Walks and Hits per Innings Pitched) was 1.188
for 11653.0 innings pitched. Bob Gibson won 59.059 of the games in which he had a decision.
Over Bob Gibson’s 17 seasons in the major leagues, he played 3884.7 innings
in 528 games in a defensive position, most often as a Starting Pitcher. Over his career, he had 291 putouts and
assisted with another 484, a total of 775 chances accepted. Based upon his 817 total chances he had a fielding
percentage of 94.9%. He was also involved in 350 double plays and had a range factor of 1.5.
Bob Gibson's Catcher Caught Stealing 162 Game Average
Bob Gibson's Hitting Stats
Over Bob Gibson’s 17 season offensive career he had slash lines of 0.206/0.232/0.301
(batting average/on base percentage/slugging percentage).
He hit 24 home runs and drove in 144 producing 252 total runs. His career OPS is 0.533.