The 2013 season is slowly marching towards the stretch end, so we thought it would be a good time to see how some of the regulars will stack up against their previous seasons. As you can imagine, most are having career lows, that's to be expected for a club that has underperformed. However, a few have the ability to set some new career highs.
Hunter Pence: on pace to have his worst offensive (HR, RBI) season his rookie season from 2008. His line then was 17 HR, 69 RBI, .322 BA
Pablo Sandoval: on pace to have his worst offensive season in his Major League career. His previous low was in 2010, where he batted .268 with 13 HR, 63 RBI.
Marco Scutaro: on pace on having his worst offensive season in his careers. His previous low was in 2006 where he produced 5 HR, 41 RBI.
Matt Cain: Currently stuck with 7 wins, Cain's last season with single digit wins was in 2008. On pace on having the highest ERA in his career, and has not posted a complete game thus far - that will also be a first.
Tim Lincecum: With only 6 wins thus far, the last time he finished in single-digit victories was in 2007, his rookie year. On pace on setting the 2nd highest ERA in his career.
Barry Zito: Currently inline to set the second highest ERA in his career, and on pace for posting single-digit victories for the third time in his San Francisco career.
Buster Posey: on pace to have his second best season as a Major Leaguer. Only his MVP 2012 season was better.
Brandon Belt: has already set single season career-high for HR, and on pace to set a RBI record as well.
Brandon Crawford: on pace on having his best offensive season in his third year. Has already set a career high with 7 HR, and on pace on matching/breaking his previous career high of 45 RBI. Batting average is also a career high at .275.
Madison Bumgarner: on pace on having his 2nd best season as a Big Leaguer, will most likely set a career best low ERA for a season, and most strikeouts in a season.