Scrappers’ Single Season Leaders

Scrappers

Mahoning Valley Scrappers’ History
Single Season Leaders

Hits
1.Argenis Reyes (2004) – 101
2.Nate Janowicz (2000) – 90
3.Mike Conroy (2003) – 84
3.Nate Grindell (1999) – 84
5.Ben Francisco (2002) – 82

Runs
1.Ben Francisco (2002) – 55
2.Argenis Reyes (2004) – 53
3.Brad Snyder (2003) – 52
3.Jeff Becker (2000) – 52
5.Ryan Church (2000) – 51

Doubles
1.Ryan Mulhern (2003) – 25
2.Jake Lowery (2011) – 23
2.Chris Gimenez (2004) – 23
2.Ben Francisco (2002) – 23
5.Omar Moraga (1999) – 21

Triples
1.Dennis Malave (2000) – 8
2.Mike Conroy (2003) – 6
2.Brad Snyder (2003) – 6
2.Jonathan Van Every (2002) – 6

Homeruns
1.Rickie Morton (2001) – 12
2.Chris Gimenez (2004) – 10
2.Ryan Church (2000) – 10
4. Nellie Rodriguez (2013) – 9
4.Shaun Larkin (2002) – 9
4.Jorge Moreno (1999) – 9

Runs Batted In
1.Ryan Church (2000) – 65
2.Wyatt Toregas (2004) – 48
3.Jordan Smith (2011) – 47
3.Brian Wright (2002) – 47
3.Nate Grindell (1999) – 47

Stolen Bases
1.Alex Requena (1999) – 44
2.Argenis Reyes (2004) – 27
3.Jose Constanza (2005) – 24
4.Jordan Henry (2009) – 22
4.Adam White (2007) – 22
4.Ben Francisco (2002) – 22

Batting Average
1.Todd Martin (2007) – .360
2.Ben Francisco (2002) – .349
3.Nate Janowicz (2000) – .340
4.Joe Wendle (2012) – .327
5.Mike Butia (2004) – .315
5.Nate Grindell (1999) – .315

Wins
1.Victor Kleine (2002) – 9-3
2.Josh Tomlin (2006) – 8-2
2.Michael Rogers (2002) – 8-4
4.Simon Young (2000) – 7-2
4.Rob Nixon (2011) – 7-3
4.Joanniel Montero (2007) – 7-3
4.Luis Valdez (2006) – 7-5

Saves
1.Neil Wagner (2006) – 17
2.Mark Harris (2004) – 13
3.Enosil Tejeda (2011) – 12
4.Cory Burns (2009) – 11
4.Chris Cooper (2001) – 11
4.Brian Jackson (2000) – 11

Strikeouts
1.Marty Popham (2009) – 83
1.Stephen Cowie (1999) – 83
3.Tony Sipp (2004) – 74
4.Keith Ramsey (2002) – 71
5.Luis Valdez (2006) – 70

Complete Games
1.Luis DeJesus (2012) – 1
1.Jay Sirianni (1999) – 1

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