Springfield baseball stats (Thru 4/13)

2014 Springfield Baseball Stats
Through April 13
Head Coach: Matt Weymer
Record: 8-1 (3-0), ITCL Upper Tier

Team Statistics
Batting Average: .287
Fielding Percentage: .918
Earned Run Average: 4.11

Individual Leaders
Batting Average
Hunter Snyder, .545 (12-22)
Ryan Kohler, .448 (13-29)
Brandon Chamberlain, .300 (9-30)

Runs Scored
Hunter Snyder, 19
Ryan Kohler, 11
Dalton Donachie, 9
Brandon Chamberlain, 6
Joey Wrask, 6
Mark Schuler, 6
Ian Grdina, 6

Ryan Kohler, 13
Hunter Snyder, 12
Brandon Chamberlain, 9
James Hillyer, 7
Dalton Donachie, 7
Joey Wrask, 7

Hunter Snyder, 6
Ryan Kohler, 2
Brandon Chamberlain, 2
Jordon Peterson, 2

Ryan Kohler, 2

Runs Batted In
Brandon Chamberlain, 14
Ryan Kohler, 11
Hunter Snyder, 9
James Hillyer, 9
Joey Wrask, 8
Dalton Donachie, 7

Stolen Bases
Ryan Kohler, 9
Hunter Snyder, 5
Brandon Chamberlain, 3

Earned Run Average
James Hillyer, 2.10 (16.1 IP)
Jordon Peterson, 2.56 (13.2 IP)
Mark Schuler, 3.32 (6.1 IP)
Russell Seymour, 3.50 (4 IP)

James Hillyer, 3-0
Jordon Peterson, 2-0
Dalton Donachie, 2-1

Mark Schuler, 1

Strike Outs
James Hillyer, 23
Dalton Donachie, 20
Jordon Peterson, 11

Innings Pitched
James Hillyer, 16.2
Jordon Peterson, 13.2
Dalton Donachie, 11.0
Mark Schuler, 6.1

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