Most Runs in IPL 2023 (IPL Orange Cap 2023)
IPL 2023 Most Runs
- Most Runs
- Most Fours
- Most Sixes
- Most Fifties
- Most Centuries
- Most Fours (Innings)
- Most Sixes (Innings)
- Highest Individual Score
- Highest Strike Rates
- Highest Average
- Highest Strike Rates (Innings)
- Top Wicket Takers
- Four Wickets
- Five Wickets
- Best Averages
- Best Bowling Figures
- Best Economy Rates
- Best Strike Rates
- Most runs conceded in an innings
- Best Economy Rates (Innings)
- Best Strike Rates (Innings)
- Total Runs
- Total Wickets
- Most Fifties
- Most Centuries
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Inns: Innings, Avg: Average, SR: Strike Rate, H.S: Highest Score, Wkts: Wickets, Ovs: Overs, 4-Fers: Four Wicket Haul, 5-Fers: Five Wicket Haul, BBI: Best Bowling in Innings, RCI: Runs Conceded Innings, ECN: Economy, Mdns: Maidens, Mat: Matches, BF: Balls Faced
The Orange Cap is a coveted award for a batter who is participating in the IPL. It is an award that is given to the highest run-scorer in that particular edition of the Indian T20 League.
Who is the current Orange Cap Holder in IPL 2023?
Shubman Gill holds the 2023 IPL Orange Cap with 851 runs in sixteen matches which includes 4 fifties and 3 centuries.
IPL Orange Cap Trivia
- Shaun Marsh (616 runs in 11 matches in 2008) was the first player to win the award.
- The record of most runs in a single IPL season is held by Virat Kohli (973 runs in 2016 edition).
- David Warner has the record of winning the Orange Cap most number of times (3).
Rules for Orange Cap in IPL 2023
- The Orange Cap is awarded to the leading run-scorer of the IPL season.
- The batsman who holds the Orange Cap during the season is allowed to wear it while in the field during the games, as long as he retains the top-scorers spot in the tournament.
- In an event where two or more batsmen are tied on runs, the batsman with a better strike rate is awarded the Orange Cap.
- In an event where an opposition batsman overtakes the tally of the current holder of the Orange Cap, the previous holder is allowed to wear the Cap until the end of that particular innings in which another batsman overtakes him.
List of all IPL Orange Cap Winners from (2008 to Present)
The first-ever recipient of the Orange Cap was Shaun Marsh. The Aussie, who represented the Punjab Kings in the inaugural edition of the IPL plundered 616 runs in the tournament. The first-ever Indian player to win the Orange Cap award in the IPL is Sachin Tendulkar. The legendary cricketer scored 618 runs in the year 2010.
Chris Gayle is the only player to have won the Orange Cap award on two consecutive occasions. The West Indian emerged as the highest run-scorer in the 2011 and 2012 editions of the IPL. Also, Aussie David Warner has won the Orange Cap award the most number of times (three). The other players who have won the award are Matthew Hayden, Michael Hussey, Robin Uthappa, Virat Kohli, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Kane Williamson and KL Rahul.
In the 2021 edition of the IPL, the Orange Cap award was won by Chennai Super Kings’ (CSK) Ruturaj Gaikwad. The right-hander scored a mammoth 635 runs in the tournament and scored them at an average over 45 and a strike rate of 136.27.
Jos Buttler won the coveted award for the first time in IPL 2022 scoring 863 runs at an average of 57.53 and a strike-rate of 149.05. IPL 2023 is set to begin on March 31. The IPL 2023 schedule is released and the opening game is a blockbuster clash between defending champions Gujarat Titans and Chennai Super Kings. Titans will be raring to make their presence felt on the IPL 2023 table this time around too and establish their supremacy.
|Year||Winners (Player)||Innings||Runs||Highest Score||Average||Strike Rate||50||100||4s||6s|
|2008||Shaun Marsh (KXIP)||11||616||115||68.44||139.68||5||1||59||26|
|2009||Matthew Hayden (CSK)||12||572||89||52||144.81||5||0||60||22|
|2010||Sachin Tendulkar (MI)||15||618||89||47.53||132.61||5||0||86||3|
|2011||Chris Gayle (RCB)||12||608||107||67.55||183.13||3||2||57||44|
|2012||Chris Gayle (RCB)||14||733||128||61.08||160.74||7||1||46||59|
|2013||Michael Hussey (CSK)||17||733||95||52.35||129.5||6||0||81||17|
|2014||Robin Uthappa (KKR)||16||660||83||44||137.78||5||0||74||18|
|2015||David Warner (SRH)||14||562||91||43.23||156.54||7||0||65||21|
|2016||Virat Kohli (RCB)||16||973||113||81.08||152.03||7||4||83||38|
|2017||David Warner (SRH)||14||641||126||58.27||141.81||4||1||63||26|
|2018||Kane Williamson (SRH)||17||735||84||52.5||142.44||8||0||64||28|
|2019||David Warner (SRH)||12||692||100||69.2||143.87||8||1||57||21|
|2020||KL Rahul (KXIP)||14||670||132*||55.83||129.34||5||1||58||23|
|2022||Jos Buttler (RR)||17||863||116||57.53||149.05||4||4||83||45|
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