NL: Milestones for 2005

Updated: March 30, 2005, 9:23 PM ET
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Diamondbacks ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS

  • Tony Clark: needs 45 hits for 1,000, seven doubles for 200 and nine home runs for 200.
  • Royce Clayton: needs nine doubles for 300.
  • Shawn Estes: needs eight wins for 100.
  • Troy Glaus: needs 18 home runs for 200.
  • Luis Gonzalez: needs eight homers for 300 and 42 doubles for 500.
  • Shawn Green: needs 19 home runs for 300, three doubles for 350 and 115 RBI for 1,000.

    Braves ATLANTA BRAVES

  • Julio Franco: needs 43 hits for 2,500.
  • Marcus Giles: needs nine doubles for 100.
  • Tim Hudson: needs eight wins for 100 and 101 strikeouts for 1,000.
  • Andruw Jones: needs 34 RBI for 800 and 40 runs for 800.
  • Brian Jordan: needs 22 home runs for 200.
  • John Smoltz: needs two strikeouts for 2,400

    Cubs CHICAGO CUBS

  • Ryan Dempster: needs 15.1 innings pitched for 1,000.
  • Nomar Garciaparra: needs seven doubles for 300, 18 home runs for 200 and 90 RBI for 800.
  • Derrek Lee: needs 72 hits for 1,000.
  • Greg Maddux: needs four wins to tie Mickey Welch (309) for 19th all-time and 84 strikeouts for 3,000.
  • Carlos Zambrano: needs 47 strikeouts for 500.

    Reds CINCINNATI REDS

  • Adam Dunn: needs eight doubles for 100.
  • Ken Griffey Jr.: needs three home runs to tie Eddie Murray (504) for 19th all-time, three 3 games to reach 2,000 and 56 RBI for 1,500.
  • Barry Larkin: needs three homers for 200.
  • Eric Milton: needs 124 K for 1,000.

    Rockies COLORADO ROCKIES

  • Todd Helton: needs one sacrifice fly to tie Dante Bichette (48) for most in Rockies history and 128 hits for 1,500.
  • Jason Jennings: needs seven wins for 50.
  • Charles Johnson: needs 35 RBI for 600.
  • Desi Relaford: needs eight RBI for 300.

    Marlins FLORIDA MARLINS

  • Josh Beckett: needs 59 strikeouts for 500.
  • Jeff Conine: needs five home runs for 200 and 65 RBI for 1,000.
  • Carlos Delgado: needs 14 homers for 350.
  • Juan Encarnacion: needs 113 games for 1,000.
  • Todd Jones: needs 14 saves for 200.
  • Al Leiter: needs 123 strikeouts for 2,000.
  • Mike Lowell: needs 149 hits for 1,000.
  • Jack McKeon: needs 72 wins for 1,000.
  • Juan Pierre: needs two doubles for 100.

    Astros HOUSTON ASTROS

  • Brad Ausmus: needs 39 RBI for 500.
  • Jeff Bagwell: needs six home runs to tie Carl Yastrzemski (452) for 27th all-time and 16 doubles for 500.
  • Lance Berkman: needs five doubles for 200 and 65 RBI for 600.
  • Craig Biggio: needs 11 hit by pitches to tie Don Baylor (267) for most in the modern era, one sacrifice (69) for most in team annals, six RBI for 1,000 and four stolen bases for 400.
  • Roger Clemens: needs one win to tie Steve Carlton (329) for ninth place all-time and 183 strikeouts for 4,500.
  • John Franco: needs 41 strikeouts for 1,000.

    Dodgers LOS ANGELES DODGERS

  • Milton Bradley: needs five RBI for 200 and nine home runs for 50.
  • J.D. Drew: needs 27 runs for 500 and 23 home runs for 150.
  • Jeff Kent: needs 90 hits for 2,000.
  • Eric Gagne: needs 48 saves for 200.
  • Brad Penny: needs one win for 50.
  • Odalis Perez: needs five wins for 50.

    Brewers MILWAUKEE BREWERS

  • Russell Branyan: needs 19 home runs for 100.
  • Geoff Jenkins: needs one homer for 150, five doubles for 200 and 16 RBI for 500.
  • Carlos Lee: needs 43 hits for 1,000.
  • Lyle Overbay: needs 27 doubles for 100.
  • Ben Sheets: needs five wins for 50.

    Mets NEW YORK METS

  • Carlos Beltran: needs eight stolen bases for 200 and 15 hits for 1,000.
  • Kris Benson: needs three wins for 50.
  • Mike Cameron: needs four hits for 1,000 and 14 RBI for 600.
  • Andres Galarraga: needs one home run for 400.
  • Pedro Martinez: needs 15 strikeouts to tie David Cone (2,668) for 19th all-time.
  • Mike Piazza: needs 22 home runs for 400 and 15 doubles for 300.

    Phillies PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES

  • Bobby Abreu: needs three doubles for 300.
  • David Bell: needs 35 hits for 1,000.
  • Pat Burrell: needs 68 RBI for 500.
  • Mike Lieberthal: needs 23 hits for 1,000.
  • Jim Thome: needs three home runs to tie Billy Williams (426) for 34th all-time.
  • Billy Wagner: needs four saves for 250.

    Pirates PITTSBURGH PIRATES

  • Jose Mesa: needs eight saves for 300, tied with Bruce Sutter for 18th all-time.
  • Benito Santiago: needs 28 games for 2,000.
  • Jack Wilson: needs seven RBI for 200.

    Cardinals ST. LOUIS CARDINALS

  • David Eckstein: needs six doubles for 100.
  • Jim Edmonds: needs four hits for 1,500 and 91 RBI for 1,000.
  • Jason Isringhausen: needs 23 saves for 200.
  • Matt Morris: needs 13 wins for 100.
  • Mark Mulder: needs 19 wins for 100.
  • Albert Pujols: needs 11 doubles for 200 and 40 home runs for 200.
  • Scott Rolen: needs four doubles for 300.
  • Reggie Sanders: needs three doubles for 300, 31 RBI for 1,000 and 29 home runs for 300.

    Padres SAN DIEGO PADRES

  • Trevor Hoffman: needs seven saves for 400, third player ever to reach milestone (Lee Smith and John Franco).
  • Ryan Klesko: needs four doubles for 300.
  • Phil Nevin: needs 26 home runs for 200 and 14 games for 1,000.

    Giants SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS

  • Felipe Alou: needs 18 wins for 900 as a manager.
  • Moises Alou: needs 65 runs for 1,000 and 22 home runs for 300.
  • Armando Benitez: needs one save to pass Dan Quisenberry (245) for 23rd all-time and six saves for 250.
  • Barry Bonds: stands 11 homers shy of Babe Ruth (714) and 52 homers shy of Hank Aaron (755) all-time. Has 68 career multi-HR games, he needs four to tie Babe Ruth (72) for first all-time and needs one RBI to tie Carl Yastrzemski (1,844) for 10th all-time and 18 to tie Mel Ott (1,861) for ninth all-time. Needs 95 runs scored to tie Pete Rose (2,165) for fifth all-time.
  • Marquis Grissom: needs 48 RBI for 1,000.
  • J.T. Snow: needs 15 home runs for 200.

    Nationals WASHINGTON NATIONALS

  • Tony Batista: needs 19 RBI for 700.
  • Rocky Biddle: needs four saves for 50.
  • Cristian Guzman: needs 129 hits for 1,000.
  • Livan Hernandez: needs five wins for 100.
  • Jose Vidro: needs 29 RBI for 500.

    Information compiled by Mark Malzewski.

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