Craig Breslow scored 1420 on SAT
Through 2012, he held major league batters to a .213 batting average with runners in scoring position (and .209 with two outs and runners in scoring position), and lefties hit only .226 against him (while righties hit .224), with a .346 slugging percentage (.336 for righties). He was second in the American League in appearances by a pitcher in both 2009 (77 games) and 2010 (75 games).
Breslow was given the nickname "smartest man in baseball" by Minneapolis Star Tribune Twins beat writer La Velle E. Neal III, and Wall Street Journal reporter Jason Turbow wrote: "Judging by his résumé, Craig Breslow is the smartest man in baseball, if not the entire world." The Sporting News named him the smartest athlete on their top 20 list.