In 2009, Brian Fuentes of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim led the American League with 48 saves.
Justin Verlander of the Detroit Tigers with 269.
In 2009, Adam Wainwright of the St. Louis Cardinals led the National League with 19 wins.
In 2009, Heath Bell of the San Diego Padres led the National League with 42 saves.
Tim Lincecum of the San Francisco Giants with 261.
• 1996: American League Rookie of the Year • 2000: All-Star Game Most Valuable Player • 2000: World Series Most Valuable Player • 2002 ESPY: Play of the Year • 2004: American League Gold Glove at SS • 2005: American League Gold Glove at SS • 2006: American League Hank Aaron Award • 2006: American League Gold Glove at SS • 2006: American League Silver Slugger • 2007: American League Silver Slugger 2008: American League Silver Slugger - 2009: American League Gold Glove at SS - 2009: American League Silver Slugger - 2009: American League Hank Aaron Award - 2009: Roberto Clemente Award - 2009: Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year Award - 2010: American League Gold Glove at SS
As of 2009, the American League won 61 World Series titles, the National League 43.
In 2009 Albert Pujols won the National League MVP, and Joe Mauer won the American League MVP.
As of 2009, Andy Pettitte holds the record for most career postseason wins with 18.
the pitcher is the player that throws the ball to the batter in the games. Most of the time the pitcher stays the same (major league) but sometimes the pitcher changes (youth league).
172 ... 9th most in the American League.