Through Sunday no other player in the majors had as many "runs
produced" this season as the Indians' Manny Ramirez. Runs
produced are calculated by adding a player's runs and RBIs, and
then subtracting home runs. Ramirez had driven in 72 runs and
had scored himself 49 times, while smacking 16 dingers, for a
net of 105 RPs. Here are the 1999 runs-produced leaders.

--David Sabino

PLAYER, TEAM RUNS RBIs HRs RPs

1. Manny Ramirez, Indians 49 72 16 105
2. Carlos Delgado, Blue Jays 55 57 16 96
3. Ken Griffey Jr., Mariners 54 64 23 95
4. Matt Williams, Diamondbacks 50 61 18 93
5. Roberto Alomar, Indians 58 41 7 92
6. Jeff Bagwell, Astros 52 58 20 90
7. Jay Bell, Diamondbacks 59 49 20 88
8. Derek Jeter, Yankees 54 43 11 86
9. Brian Jordan, Braves 44 53 14 83
10. Carlos Beltran, Royals 44 47 10 81

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)