Sunday's baseball results put the finishing touches on 2016 regular season. The playoffs are of course in the offing, but before we get down the matter of crowning a champion, let's take a quick look at some hitting and pitching statistical leaders for the freshly completed regular season. As always, you can poke around the full leaderboards on our stats pages, but here's a rundown of the final leaders in some notable categories ...

Batting leaders

Mike Trout is your WAR champ. USATSI

Batting Average

AL -Jose Altuve, Astros: .338
NL -DJ LeMahieu, Rockies: .348

Home Runs
AL -Mark Trumbo, Orioles: 47
NL -Nolan Arenado, Rockies; Chris Carter, Brewers: 41

AL -Edwin Encarnacion, Blue Jays: 127
NL -Nolan Arenado, Rockies: 133

Runs scored
AL -Mike Trout, Angels: 123
NL -Kris Bryant, Cubs: 121

AL -Jose Altuve, Astros: 216
NL -Jean Segura, Diamondbacks: 203

On-base percentage
AL -Mike Trout, Angels: .441
NL -Joey Votto, Reds: .435

Slugging percentage
AL -David Ortiz, Red Sox: .625
NL -Daniel Murphy, Nationals: .596

AL - David Ortiz, Red Sox: 1.021
NL - Daniel Murphy, Nationals; Joey Votto, Reds: .985

AL -David Ortiz, Red Sox: 48
NL -Daniel Murphy, Nationals: 47

AL - Adam Eaton, White Sox: 9
NL - Brandon Crawford, Giants; Cesar Hernandez, Phillies; Chris Owings, Diamondbacks: 11

Stolen bases
AL - Rajai Davis, Indians: 43
NL - Jonathan Villar, Brewers: 61

Total bases
AL -Mookie Betts, Red Sox: 359
NL -Nolan Arenado, Rockies: 350

Extra-base hits
AL - David Ortiz, Red Sox: 87
NL - Freddie Freeman, Braves: 83

Batter strikeouts
AL -Chris Davis, Orioles: 219
NL -Chris Carter, Brewers: 205

AL -Mike Trout, Angels: 116
NL -Paul Goldschmidt, Diamondbacks: 110

Times hit by pitch
AL - Brandon Guyer, Indians: 31
NL - Derek Dietrich, Marlins: 24

Intentional walks
AL -Miguel Cabrera, Tigers; David Ortiz, Red Sox: 15
NL -Bryce Harper, Nationals: 20

Double plays hit into
AL -Miguel Cabrera, Tigers: 26
NL -Martin Prado, Marlins: 24

Games played
AL - Jonathan Schoop, Orioles; George Springer, Astros: 162
NL - Nolan Arenado, Rockies; Chris Carter, Brewers; Odubel Herrera, Phillies: 159

Wins above replacement (WAR), position players
AL -Mike Trout, Angels: 10.4
NL -Kris Bryant, Cubs: 7.6

Pitching leaders

Max Scherzer is your strikeouts leader. USATSI


AL - Aaron Sanchez, Blue Jays: 3.00
NL -Kyle Hendricks, Cubs: 2.13

AL -David Price, Red Sox: 230
NL -Max Scherzer, Nationals: 228 1/3

AL - Justin Verlander, Tigers: 254
NL -Max Scherzer, Nationals: 284

AL -Rick Porcello, Red Sox: 22
NL -Max Scherzer, Nationals: 20

AL -Chris Archer, Rays; James Shields, White Sox (and Padres): 19
NL -Jimmy Nelson, Brewers: 16

AL - Zach Britton, Orioles: 47
NL - Jeurys Familia, Mets: 51

Blown saves
AL - Nate Jones, White Sox: 9
NL - Santiago Casilla, Giants: 9

Home runs allowed
AL -James Shields, White Sox (and Padres): 40
NL -Max Scherzer, Nationals: 31

Walks allowed
AL -Francisco Liriano, Blue Jays (and Pirates): 85
NL -Jimmy Nelson, Brewers: 86

K/BB ratio
AL -Rick Porcello, Red Sox: 5.91
NL -Max Scherzer, Nationals: 5.07

Quality starts
AL -Rick Porcello, Red Sox; Justin Verlander, Tigers: 26
NL -Jon Lester, Cubs; Max Scherzer, Nationals: 26

AL -Corey Kluber, Indians: 2
NL -Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers: 3

Complete games
AL -Chris Sale, White Sox: 6
NL -Johnny Cueto, Giants: 5

Fielding-independent ERA (FIP)
AL -Corey Kluber, Indians: 3.25
NL -Jose Fernandez, Marlins: 2.29

Wins above replacement (WAR), pitchers
AL -Corey Kluber, Indians: 6.5
NL -Max Scherzer, Nationals: 6.5