Monday, March 31, 2008

NL Minor league Stat Kings

And here are the statistical kings for the National League Minors. On the hitting side, I think we may need to rename the outstanding Minor League Hitter Award the "Ray Cepicky" award. He had one of the great seasons I have seen in the minors, leading or tieing for not only the league lead, but the overall lead in the entire minors in 7 categories! Maybe the only surprising thing was that his longest hitting streak was only 12 games. With his late season promotion to the big club in New Orleans, I am sure that minor league managers everywhere have let out a collective sigh of relief. On the pitching side there were several great performances and I am going to single out two great season by Atlanta pitchers one by Fred Carter at AAA and the other is Antonio Perez at LoA. They combined for 45 wins and over 400 strike outs, all while being at or near the top in several other categories. Again, any errors here are all mine, and all feedback greatly appreciated

On to the Numbers
Stat Total Name Team Level
HR 56 Ray Cepicky NO AA
RBI 195 Ray Cepicky NO AA
AVG .371 Edgar Torres MEM LoA
OBP .462 Edgar Torres MEM LoA
SLG .776 Ray Cepicky NO AA
OPS 1.223 Ray Cepicky NO AA
Runs 164 Ray Cepicky NO AA
Hits 213 Ray Cepicky NO AA
2B 63 Kevin Yamakazi MON LoA
3B 10 4 Tied with 10
SB 125 Alfredo Hogan TRE HiA
LStrk 30 Brandon Ramsey CHI LoA

Stat Total Name Team Level
Wins 23 Antonio Perez Atl LoA
CG 8 By 5 players
Sho 2 By 11 players
Saves 43 Sal Cole NOR HiA
IP 228.0 Albert Valdez LA AA
K 230 Antonio Perez ATL LoA
ERA 1.04 Ed Allen NO LoA
WHIP 2.43 Ed Allen NO LoA

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