NYPL Statistical Leaders, 6/25

2014 New York-Penn League Statistical Leaders

Batting Leaders
Batting Average
Rowan Wick (State College/OF) – .368 (14-38)
Cord Sandberg (Williamsport/OF) – .358 (19-53)
Jiandido Tromp (Williamsport/OF) – .357 (15-42)
Chris Breen (Staten Island/1B) – .353 (12-34)
Yairo Munoz (Vermont/SS) – .350 (14-40)

Hits
Cord Sandberg (Williamsport/OF) – 19
Carl Anderson (Jamestown/OF) – 17
Alex Murphy (Aberdeen/C) – 16

Runs Scored
Cord Sandberg (Williamsport/OF) – 11
Carl Anderson (Jamestown/OF) – 10
Justin Higley (Vermont/OF) – 10
Rowan Wick (State College/OF) – 10

Doubles
Justin Higley (Vermont/OF) – 5
Domingo Leyba (Connecticut/2B) – 5
Nick Moore (Lowell/1B) – 5

Triples
Carl Anderson (Jamestown/OF) – 2
Michael Bernal (Brooklyn/OF) – 2
Chris Breen (Staten Island/1B) – 2
Mason Davis (Batavia/2B) – 2
Taylor Gushue (Jamestown/C) – 2
Bryan Mejia (Auburn/2B) – 2

Homeruns
Rowan Wick (State College/OF) – 7
Alex De Leon (State College/IF) – 4
Taylor Gushue (Jamestown/C) – 4
Jiandido Tromp (Williamsport/OF) – 4

Runs Batted In
Justin Higley (Vermont/OF) – 16
Jorge Martinez (Mahoning Valley/OF) – 13
Taylor Gushue (Jamestown/C) – 12
Rowan Wick (State College/OF) – 12

Stolen Bases
Coty Blanchard (Hudson Valley/2B) – 7
Jhohan Acevedo (State College/OF) – 5
Michael Bernal (Brooklyn/OF) – 5
Thairo Estrada (Staten Island/SS) – 5
Bralin Jackson (Hudson Valley/OF) – 5
Elias Torres (Hudson Valley/OF) – 5

Pitching Leaders
Pitching Appearances
Andury Acevedo (Staten Island) – 5
Jacob Booden (State College) – 5
Joe Jimenez (Connecticut) – 5
Nick Lomascolo (State College) – 5
Carlos Pinales (Lowell) – 5
Jeff Rauh (State College) – 5

Earned Run Average
Corey Oswalt (Brooklyn) – 0.00 (13 IP)
Tanner Bailey (Connecticut) – 0.00 (11 IP)
Nolan Gannon (Hudson Valley) – 0.00 (11 IP)
Alexander Carreras (Batavia) – 0.00 (10.2 IP)
Alex Santana (Aberdeen) – 0.00 (9.2 IP)
Hunter Wood (Hudson Valley) – 0.57 (15.2 IP)
Marcos Molina (Brooklyn) – 0.69 (13 IP)

Wins
Willie Ethington (Lowell) – 2-0
Hayden Fox (Batavia) – 2-0
Nolan Gannon (Hudson Valley) – 2-0
Isaac Gil (Hudson Valley) – 2-0
Kyle Grana (State College) – 2-0
Josh Kimborowicz (Hudson Valley) – 2-0
Jose Regalado (Jamestown) – 2-0
Brandon Welch (Brooklyn) – 2-0

Strikeouts
Enderson Franco (Hudson Valley) – 19
Jason Garcia (Lowell) – 16
Dylan Bundy (Aberdeen) – 15
Joseph Michaud (Vermont) – 15
David Palladino (Staten Island) – 15

Saves
Shane Bay (Brooklyn) – 3
Carlos Pinales (Lowell) – 3
Tyler Kane (Batavia) – 2
Josh Lucas (State College) – 2
Chris Munnelly (Tri-City) – 2
Calvin Rayburn (Williamsport) – 2
Mario Sanchez (Auburn) – 2
James Stokes (Mahoning Valley) – 2

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