Baseball-Reference, a mere two days after the end of the season, has posted the 2006 season stats.
BR is for my money (free) the best baseball reference site out there, which I guess means that it lives up to its name. For example, we now know with certainty (and without having to wait for the horribly bogged-down ESPN stats pages to load) that David Ortiz led the AL in total bases, runs created and at bats per homer, along with the more traditional home runs, RBI and walks.
We also know that Manny Ramirez scored the fewest runs since his 1994 rookie season, but that he led the AL in on-base percentage.
These things could be figured out by looking at other sources, of course. But few sites offer such a comprehensive and easy-to-access clearinghouse for stats. Check it out, if you haven’t already.