I play in a fantasy league with some different stats.
One of the offensive categories is strikeouts...so it's a negative category, obviously. The more strikeouts you rack up, the less points you receive.
I tell you this because David Wright is on my team...but in the recent past he was on the team of a friend of mine - the Southern Bureau of '200 Miles From the Citi'.
And Wright struck out more than the Southern Bureau would have liked - so he dubbed Wright "Captain Strikeout".
Well...we might as well promote him to 'Major'.
Wright has 52 strikeouts in 39 games. That's a 200+ strikeout rate over the season - for point of reference, Mark Reynolds set a record with 223 strikeouts last season (shattering his record of 204 set the year before - before that no Major Leaguer had struck out 200 times in a season).