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ALL-TIME ARIZONA LEAGUE RECORDS

Individual Season Records

Batting

Games  59, Rob Leary (Athletics, 1991), Mark Simmons (Angels, 1991)

 

Average  .451,  Tim McWilliam (Padres, 1988)

 

At-Bats  236, Franklin Garcia (Brewers, 1993)

 

Runs  72,  Sylvester Love (Brewers, 1988)

 

Hits  84, Jorge Mejia (Athletics, 2003)

 

Doubles  26, Micah Schnurstein (White Sox, 2002)

 

Triples  15, Brandon Powell (Royals #1, 2003)

 

Home Runs  16, Wladimir Balentien (Mariners, 2003)

 

Extra Base Hits  33, Felix Pie (Cubs, 2002), Wladimir Balentien (Mariners, 2003)

 

Total Bases  134, Jorge Mejia (Athletics, 2003)

 

Runs Batted In  60, Alejandro Cadena (Mariners, 2001)

 

Bases on Balls  56,  Brett Hendley (Athletics, 1989)

 

Intentional BBs  5,  Leon Glenn (Brewers, 1989), Brian Rupp (Cardinals,1992)

 

Strikeouts  88,  Jesse Curry, (Padres, 1998), Chris Walston (Angels, 2003)

 

Stolen Bases  40, Antoan Richardson (Giants, 2005), Chris Amador (White Sox, 2000), Esteban German (Athletics, 1998), Omar Rosario (Athletics, 1997)

 

Caught Stealing  14,  Derrick Robinson (Royals, 2006)

 

Sacrifice Hits  10, Hector Borg (Giants, 2005)

 

Hit By Pitcher  21,  Brandon Cashman (Rangers, 2003)

 

Sacrifice Flys  7,  Antoine Cameron (Cubs, 2000), Tim McWilliam (Padres, 1988), Jose Valentin (Brewers, 1991), Fausto Cruz (Athletics,   1991), Keith Stafford (Giants, 1992),  Brian Rupp (Cardinals, 1992), Hipolito   Martinez (Athletics, 1995)

 

Slugging Pct.   .658, Dan Trumble (Giants, 2000), Wladimir Balentien   (Mariners, 2003)

 

Pitching

 

Games  29,  Aaron Kirkland (White Sox, 2001), Diogenes Gomez   (Rockies,1998), Matt Tomso (Cardinals, 1990), Mark Tolbert (Cardinals,   1989)

 

Games Started  14,  John Fritz (Angels, 1989), Herbert Baxter (Giants, 1992), Aaron Fultz (Giants,  1992), Jim Rosenbohm (Giants, 1992),   Stacy Hollins (Athletics, 1992), Hal Garrett (Padres,  1993), Mike McMullen   (Giants, 1993), Marc D’Allessandro (Rockies, 1994), Aaron Mayer   (Angels,   1994), Juan Gonzalez (Brewers, 1994),   David Haverstick (Diamondbacks,   1997), Harry Herndon (Padres, 1997), Doug Kohl   (Diamondbacks, 1997),   Mark Mangum (Rockies,   1997), Ryan Price (Rockies, 1997), Ryan Kibler   (Rockies, 1999), Scott Patten (White Sox, 2000), Carlos Portorreal (Giants,   2002), Dan Haigwood (White Sox, 2002), Carlos Ramirez (Brewers, 2002),  Brandon McCarthy (White Sox, 2002), Raynor Oliveros (Royals, 2005), Brent Fisher (Royals, 2006), Angelo Morales (Royals, 2006)

  

Complete Games  5, Jose Aguirre (Angels, 1993)

 

Wins  10,  George Glinatsis (Mariners, 1991)

 

Losses  10,  Richard Delgado (Red Sox/Mariners, 1988)

 

Saves  18, Frank Garcia (Cardinals, 1994)

 

Innings Pitched  96.1,  Bronswell Patrick (Athletics,1988); Arthur Davis (Angels, 1994)

 

Hits Allowed  109,  Julian Heredia (Angels, 1989)

 

Runs Allowed  65,  Bryon Browne (Brewers, 1991)

 

HRs Allowed  8, Andre Simpson (White Sox, 1998), Michael Thompson (Padres, 1999), Cibney Bello (Mariners, 2003)

 

Bases on Balls  67,  Bryon Browne (Brewers, 1991)

 

Strikeouts  134, Josh Bishop (Brewers, 1995)

 

Hit Batters  20,  Anderson Mejia (Cubs, 2002)

 

Wild Pitches  22,  Sam Walton (Mariners, 1998)

 

Balks  12,  Jose Arias (Cardinals, 1989), John Fritz (Angels, 1989), Herbert Baxter (Giants, 1992), Luis Arroyo (Padres, 1992)

 

Shutouts  4, Ray Davis (Cardinals, 1992)

 

Team Records

General

Most Win  42,  Rockies (1998)

Most Losses  47,  Red Sox/Mariners (1988)

Highest Winning Percentage  .750,  Rockies (1998)

Lowest Winning Percentage  .203,  Red Sox/Mariners (1988)

Batting

Highest Batting Average  .316,  Mariners (2000)

Lowest Batting Average  .212,  Rockies (1994)

Most Games  60,  Brewers, Mariners, Giants (1991)

Most At Bats  2095,  Brewers (1991) 

Fewest At Bats  1729,  Rockies (1993) 

Most Runs  442,  Brewers (1991) 

Fewest Runs  173,  Rockies (1994) 

Most Hits  634,  Mairners (2000) 

Fewest Hits  369,  Rockies (1994) 

Most Doubles  130, White Sox (2002) 

Most Triples  50,  Rockies (2000), Cubs (2003) 

Most Home Runs  44,  Royals #1 (2003) 

Fewest Home Runs  2,  Cardinals (1992) 

Most Walks  351,  Athletics (1988) 

Most Strikeouts  568,  Padres (1994) 

Most Stolen Bases  157,  Rockies (1999) 

Pitching

Most Complete Games 10,  Brewers (1988), Angels (1993)

Fewest Complete Games  0,  Many

Most Shutouts  7, Angels (2006) 

Fewest Shutouts  0, Angels (2004), Brewers (2001),  Red Sox/Mariners (1988), Angels (1991), Brewers (1991), Cardinals  (1991), Giants (1991), Rockies/  Cubs (1992), Rockies (1995), Rockies   (1997), Padres (1997), White Sox   (1998), White Sox (1999), Cubs (2003), Brewers (2003), Angels (2005), Rangers (2006)

 Most Saves  23,  Cubs (2002)

 Most Innings Pitched  527,  Mariners (1991)

 Most Hits Allowed  644,  Athletics (2003)

 Fewest Hits Allowed  396,  Mariners (1994)

 Most Runs Allowed  511,  Red Sox/Mariners (1988)

 Fewest Runs Allowed  219,  Mariners (1994), Giants (1994)

 Most Earned Runs Allowed  401,  Red Sox/Mariners (1988)

 Fewest Earned Runs Allowed  154,  Giants (1992)

 Most Strikeouts  576,  Mariners (1998)

 Fewest Strikeouts  304,  Padres (1992)

 Most Walks Allowed  400,  Red Sox/Mariners (1988)

 Fewest Walks Allowed  127, Athletics (2001)

 Lowest ERA  2.87, Giants (1992)

 Highest ERA  7.19, Red Sox/Mariners (1988)