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DSL Twins Team Leaders

BATTING

AVERAGE

Alberoni Nunez, .352
Ruben Santana, .340
Yeltsin Encarnacion, .318

OBP

Nunez, .420
Santana, .418
Encarnacion, .408

SLUGGING

Nunez, .545
Encarnacion, .523
Santana, .453

OPS

Nunez, .965
Encarnacion, .931
Santana, .871

DOUBLES

Wander Valdez, 12
Agustin Marte, 11
Santana, 10
Juan Martinez, 10

TRIPLES

Encarnacion, 8
Nunez, 7
Jesus Feliz, 5

HOME RUNS

Estamy Urena, 3
Nunez, 3
Francisco Martinez, 3

RBI

Nunez, 38
Urena, 36
Marte, 29

RUNS

Samuel Vasquez, 44
Santana, 36
Nunez, 35

WALKS

Vasquez, 24
Encarnacion, 22
Valdez, 21

STOLEN BASES

Vasquez, 26
Nunez, 11
Marte, 11

PITCHING

ERA (STARTERS--5 STARTS)

Fredderi Soto, 1.34
Andriu Marin, 2.02
Jesus Toledo, 2.38

ERA (RELIEVERS--10 GAMES)

Junior Navas, 0.00
Frandy Torres, 0.72
Luis Bellorin, 2.95

WINS

Torres, 6
Seven tied at 4

SAVES

Torres, 10
Five tied at 2

INNINGS

Michael Montero, 58.1
Soto, 53.2
Marin, 49

STRIKEOUTS (STARTERS)

Montero, 64
Luis Gil, 49
Marin, 46

STRIKEOUTS (RELIEVERS)

Cristian Castro, 37
Bellorin, 36
Torres, 34

WHIP (STARTERS)

Montero, 0.96
Soto, 1.06
Gil, 1.22

WHIP (RELIEVERS)

Torres, 1.01
Osiris German, 1.04
Jose Bermudez, 1.08

GCL Twins Team Leaders

BATTING

AVERAGE

Alex Robles, .324
Jean Carlos Arias, .298
Benjamin Rodriguez, .290

OBP

Rodriguez, .399
Royce Lewis, .390
Robles, .369

SLUGGING

Arias, .476
Rodriguez, .457
Lewis, .414

OPS

Rodriguez, .856
Arias, .835
Lewis, .803

DOUBLES

Rodriguez, 11
Emmanuel Morel, 10
Arias, 7

TRIPLES

Arias, 4
Akil Baddoo, 3
Four tied at 2

HOME RUNS

Arias, 5
Rodriguez, 4
Four tied at 3

RBI

Rodriguez, 40
Arias, 32
Robles, 29

RUNS

Lewis, 38
Arias, 30
Robles, 30

WALKS

Rodriguez, 22
Lewis, 19
Ricky De La Torre, 16
Colton Burns, 16

STOLEN BASES

Lewis, 15
Morel, 12
Arias, 10
Robles, 10

*I did not include Akil Baddoo or Colton Burns in the rate stats because they had only 75 and 78 at-bats, respectively.  They each appear above anyway Baddoo as one of the triples leaders and Burns as one of the walk leaders.  Baddoo's line was .267/.360/.440 and Burns' line was .282/.423/.385

PITCHING

ERA (STARTERS--3 STARTS)

Carlos Suniaga, 1.69
Michael Kohn, 1.80
Pedro Garcia, 2.59

ERA (RELIEVERS--5 GAMES)

Kevin Marnon, 0.54
Derek Molina, 1.08
Blayne Enlow, 1.33

WINS

Garcia, 6
Suniaga, 4
Juan Mojica, 3
Enlow, 3

SAVES

Vadim Balan, 4
Molina, 4
Three tied at 2

INNINGS

Garcia, 48.2
Suniaga, 48
Jordan Balazovic, 40.1

STRIKEOUTS (STARTERS)

Garcia, 41
Suniaga, 38
Balazovic, 29

STRIKEOUTS (RELIEVERS)

Amilcar Cruz, 28
Molina, 21
Brusdar Graterol, 21

WHIP (STARTERS)

Kohn, 0.60
Garcia, 0.88
Suniaga, 1.00

WHIP (RELIEVERS)

Enlow, 0.69
Graterol, 0.72
Austin Bizzle, 0.83

*The distinction between starters and relievers doesn't mean a lot at this level.  It was not usual for a "start" to be one to three innings, with the first reliever going an equal or even higher number of innings.  For example, Michael Kohn made four "starts", but each was for one inning only.  Pedro Garcia, who led the team in innings, made only three "starts" but made seven relief appearances.  

Elizabethton Twins Team Leaders

BATTING

AVERAGE

Jordan Gore, .389
Akil Baddoo, .357
Rainis Silva, .356

OBP

Baddoo, .478
Silva, .446
Gore, .443

SLUGGING

Brent Rooker, .588
Baddoo, .579
Shane Carrier, .529

OPS

Baddoo, 1.057
Rooker, .952
Gore, .943

DOUBLES

Baddoo, 15
Wander Javier, 13
Carson Crites, 11

TRIPLES

Baddoo, 2
Mark Contreras, 2
Jose Miranda, 2
T. J. Dixon, 2

HOME RUNS

Miranda, 11
J. J. Robinson, 9
Rooker, 7

RBI

Miranda, 43
Robinson, 36
Carrier, 32

RUNS

Miranda, 43
Baddoo, 39
Javier, 34

WALKS

Andrew Bechtold, 27
Baddoo, 27
Kolton Kendrick, 22

STOLEN BASES

Contreras, 5
Baddoo, 5
Three tied at 4

PITCHING

ERA (STARTERS--5 STARTS)

Charlie Barnes, 1.19
Ryley Widell, 2.43
Edwar Colina, 3.34

ERA (RELIEVERS--10 GAMES)

Jovani Moran, 0.36
Jared Finkel, 2.18
Jose Martinez, 3.34

WINS

Martinez, 5
Melvi Acosta, 5
Moises Gomez, 4

SAVES

Finkel, 3
Juan Gamez, 2
Rickey Ramirez, 2

INNINGS

Colina, 59.1
Acosta, 50.2
Nick Brown, 50.1

STRIKEOUTS (STARTERS)

Colina, 56
Brown, 54
Gomez, 51

STRIKEOUTS (RELIEVERS)

Moran, 45
Huascar Ynoa, 44
Blair Lasko, 32

WHIP (STARTERS)

Barnes, 1.06
Brusdar Graterol, 1.21
Brown, 1.27

WHIP (RELIEVERS)

Moran, 0.73
Martinez, 1.21
Finkel, 1.21

Cedar Rapids Kernels Team Leaders

BATTING

AVERAGE

Jermaine Palacios, .320
Lewin Diaz, .292
Brandon Lopez, .276

OBP

Palacios, .362
Travis Blankenhorn, .343
Caleb Hamilton, .342

SLUGGING

Palacios, .544
Jaylin Davis, .486
Lewin Diaz, .444

OPS

Palacios, .907
Davis, .802
Blankenhorn, .784

DOUBLES

Diaz, 33
Blankenhorn, 22
Caleb Hamilton, 18
Aaron Whitefield, 18

TRIPLES

Blankenhorn, 11
Christian Cavaness, 8
Whitefield, 6
Palacios, 6

HOME RUNS

Blankenhorn, 13
Diaz, 12
Davis, 12

RBI

Blankenhorn, 69
Diaz, 68
Whitefield, 57

RUNS

Blankenhorn, 68
Whitefield, 66
Palacios, 52

WALKS

Hamilton, 54
Blankenhorn, 47
Cavaness, 32

STOLEN BASES

Whitefield, 33
Blankenhorn, 13
Three tied at 9

*Royce Lewis was not included because he had only 71 at-bats in Cedar Rapids.  His line, however, was .296/.363/.394.

PITCHING

ERA (STARTERS)

Clark Beeker, 2.03
Sean Poppen, 2.90
Tyler Wells, 3.11

ERA (RELIEVERS)

Hector Lujan, 1.33
Ryan Mason, 2.01
Patrick McGuff, 2.49

WINS

Beeker, 11
Eduardo Del Rosario, 7
Colton Davis, 6
Sean Poppen, 6

SAVES

Lujan, 17
Tom Hackimer, 6
Davis, 3
Max Cordy, 3

INNINGS

Beeker, 128.2
Del Rosario, 105
Poppen, 87

STRIKEOUTS (STARTERS)

Del Rosario, 94
Wells, 92
Beeker, 84

STRIKEOUTS (RELIEVERS)

Cordy, 67
Davis, 60
Logan Lombana, 55

WHIP (STARTERS)

Beeker, 0.92
Poppen, 1.07
Wells, 1.13

WHIP (RELIEVERS)

Lujan, 0.91
Lombana, 1.13
McGuff, 1.14

Fort Myers Miracle Team Leaders

BATTING

AVERAGE

Chris Paul, .328
Max Murphy, .307
Brent Rooker, ,280

OBP

Murphy, .390
Paul, .380
Brandon Lopez, .366

SLUGGING

Rooker, .552
Paul, .471
Murphy, .430

OPS

Rooker, .917
Paul, .851
Murphy, .820

DOUBLES

Zander Weil, 30
Paul, 18
Sean Miller, 17

TRIPLES

Weil, 6
Four tied at 4

HOME RUNS

Weil, 13
Rooker, 11
Tanner English, 8

RBI

Weil, 67
English, 42
Miller, 38

RUNS

Weil, 59
Murphy, 52
Miller, 51

WALKS

Weil, 62
English, 42
Murphy, 30
Lopez, 30

STOLEN BASES

English, 29
Jermaine Palacios, 11
Shane Kennedy, 10

*Brent Rooker had just 143 at-bats in Fort Myers.  Had I used a higher at-bats standard, Jermaine Palacios would have placed in average at .269 and Zander Weil would have placed in slugging at .429 and in OPS at .773.

PITCHING

ERA (STARTERS)

Dereck Rodriguez, 2.51
Lewis Thorpe, 2.69
Sean Poppen, 3.63

ERA (RELIEVERS)

Sam Clay, 1.38
Andrew Vasquez, 1.51
Tom Hackimer, 1.93

WINS

Clay, 8
Brady Anderson, 6
Three tied at 5

SAVES

Clay, 9
Hackimer, 7
Alex Muren, 4

INNINGS

Anderson, 113
Cody Stashak, 83.1
Lachlan Wells, 81.1

STRIKEOUTS (STARTERS)

Thorpe, 84
Stashak, 72
Wells, 68

STRIKEOUTS (RELIEVERS)

Michael Theofanopoulos, 77
David Fischer, 67
Williams Ramirez, 65

WHIP (STARTERS)

Rodriguez, 1.03
Stashak, 1.10
Wells, 1.17

WHIP (RELIEVERS)

Hackimer, 1.02
Clay, 1.14
Vasquez, 1.21

Chattanooga Lookouts Team Leaders

BATTING

AVERAGE

Jonathan Rodriguez, .309
Edgar Corcino, .302
LaMonte Wade, .292

OBP

Rodriguez, .414
Wade, .397
Alex Perez, .395

SLUGGING

Rodriguez, .525
T. J. White, .484
Andy Wilkins, .474

OPS

Rodriguez, .939
White, .842
Wilkins, .832

DOUBLES

Rodriguez, 31
Nick Gordon, 29
White, 26

TRIPLES

Gordon, 8
Ryan Walker, 6
White, 4

HOME RUNS

Rodriguez, 21
White, 14
Wilkins, 12

RBI

Rodriguez, 76
Wade, 67
Gordon, 66

RUNS

Rodriguez, 87
Gordon, 80
Wade, 74

WALKS

Rodriguez, 80
Wade, 76
Gordon, 53

STOLEN BASES

Gordon, 13
Walker, 12
Wade, 9

PITCHING

ERA (STARTERS)

Stephen Gonsalves, 2.68
Fernando Romero, 3.53
Felix Jorge, 3.54

ERA (RELIEVERS)

John Curtiss, 0.72
Gabriel Moya, 0.77
Nick Anderson, 1.07

WINS

Romero, 11
Jorge, 10
Gonsalves, 8

SAVES

Moya, 24
Curtiss, 13
Anderson, 9

INNINGS

Jorge, 134.2
Romero, 125
Gonsalves, 87.1

STRIKEOUTS (STARTERS)

Romero, 120
Jorge, 99
Gonsalves, 96

STRIKEOUTS (RELIEVERS)

Moya, 87
Luke Bard, 78
Todd Van Steensel, 59

WHIP (STARTERS)

Gonsalves, 1.03
Jorge, 1.33
Dereck Rodriguez, 1.34

WHIP (RELIEVERS)

Anderson, 0.77
Moya, 0.77
Mason Melotakis, 0.92

*Note--Gabriel Moya's stats are for his entire time in the Southern League, part of which was spent with Jackson.

Rochester Red Wings Team Leaders

BATTERS

AVERAGE

Zack Granite, .338
Leonardo Reginatto, .303
Matt Hague, .297

OBP

Granite, .392
Mitch Garver, .387
Hague, .373

SLUGGING

Garver, .541
Granite, .475
Kennys Vargas, .461

OPS

Garver, .928
Granite, .867
Vargas, .821

DOUBLES

Hague, 30
Tommy Field, 29
Garver, 29

TRIPLES

Niko Goodrum, 5
Granite, 4
J. B. Shuck, 4

HOME RUNS

Garver, 17
ByungHo Park, 14
Goodrum, 13

RBI

Goodrum, 66
Hague, 65
Park, 60

RUNS

Goodrum, 71
Hague, 64
Garver, 56

STOLEN BASES

Granite, 15
Goodrum, 11
Hague, 8

STRIKEOUTS

Park, 130
Goodrum, 119
Field, 89

*Note--Had I set a standard of 200 at-bats, Vargas would have been eliminated.  Daniel Palka would be third in slugging at .431 and Hague would be third in OPS at .789.

PITCHERS

ERA (STARTERS--10 or more starts)

Nik Turley, 2.66
Tim Melville, 2.70
Justin Haley, 2.93

ERA (RELIEVERS--20 or more games)

Michael Tonkin, 1.73
Alan Busenitz, 1.78
Jake Reed, 2.05

INNINGS

Aaron Slegers, 148.1
David Hurlbut, 130.2
Jason Wheeler, 85

WINS

Slegers, 15
Hurlbut, 10
Alex Wimmers, 7

SAVES

Wimmers, 7
John Curtiss, 6
Trevor Hildenberger, 6

STRIKEOUTS (STARTERS)

Slegers, 119
Hurlbut, 103
Turley, 79

STRIKEOUTS (RELIEVERS)

Tonkin, 61
Drew Rucinski, 57
Wimmers, 48

WHIP (STARTERS)

Haley, 1.01
Melville, 1.07
Turley, 1.18

WHIP (RELIEVERS)

Busenitz, 0.82
Wimmers, 0.93
Rucinski, 1.02

Note--I made the qualifier for relievers 20 games because, well, you have to set some sort of standard.  Had I made it 18 games, John Curtiss would rank among the leaders in both ERA and WHIP.