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Nice Running, ****!


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that's hilarious. On those first few, he couldn't have done better had be been trying to run his teammate out.


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Unscientifically from what I've seen and by repute I'd also have Boycott, Clarke and Nasser up/down there in the shyte runner stakes.

Be interested to see how they stack up.
Derek Randall might disagree, but I don't think Boycott was as bad as reputed. Not that he was interested in many quick singles, of course.


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I absolutely love that all the worst runners in history ran out their partners rather than themselves > 75% of the time.
I suppose they're the ones with the conviction that there's a run in one of their shots. The other guy will already be half way down the pitch once it's called as he'll have been backing up.


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Phil Hughes - 2 run outs of himself, 2 run outs of his partners. 49 innings. 0.082 run outs per innings - puts him in lower-mid table.


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Actually, I tell a lie - Wisden only included 13 out of 86 batsmen involved in 10 or more run-outs and focused more on those who have been involved in running their batting partner out - so Inzy could still find a place in this list.

With statsguru on Cricinfo, it doesn't take long to work out. Took about 10 minutes for Watson.

Search on matches involving Shane Watson where a run out was involved and then just clicked through the scorecards.
Yeah, was about to say that I thought Ponting had the record for most often run out, had 15 of them or something.