Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Rays Minor League Records

With the minor league season past the half-way point, let's see who is on pace to add their names to the Rays single-season minor league record book in 2012. Organization leaders for 2011 are also noted for reference:


Home runs:
Kevin Witt (2006) - 36
Scott McClain (1998) - 34
Dan Johnson (2010) - 30
Ryan Royster (2007) - 30
Jonny Gomes (2002) - 30
Earl Snyder (2005) - 29
Ozzie Timmons (2000) - 29
Luke Wilcox (1999) - 29
Midre Cummings (2004) - 27
2012: Hank Wrigley leads the way with 16 between Durham and Montgomery. He could make the list if he stays hot and isn't called up. Todd Glaesmann is next with 13, followed by Kyeong Kang with 11.

2011: Derek Dietrich led the organization with 22 for Bowling Green.


Henry Wrigley
RBI:
Steve Cox (1999) - 127
Delmon Young (2004) - 115
Scott McClain (1998) - 109
Stephen Vogt (2011) - 105
Scott McClain (1999) - 104
Ozzie Timmons (1999) - 104
Chris Nowak (2006) - 103
Wes Bankston (2004) - 101
Reid Brignac (2006) - 99
Kevin Witt (2006) - 99
Delmon Young (2005) - 99
2012: Wrigley again leads with 61, Glaesmann has 52, and Derek Dietrich has 49.

2011: Stephen Vogt made the list with 105 for Durham and Montgomery, followed by Phil Wunderlich with 86 for Bowling Green.


Hak-Ju Lee
Hits:
Steve Cox (1999) - 182
Delmon Young (2005) - 176
Joey Gomes (2005) - 172
Matt Diaz (2001) - 172
Matt Diaz (2003) - 170
Carl Crawford (2000) - 170
Fernando Perez (2006) - 168
Reid Brignac (2006) - 167
Matt Diaz (2004) - 167
B.J. Upton (2005) - 165
2012: Hak-Ju Lee has 105 for Montgomery, followed by Ty Morrison with 102 for Montgomery and Charlotte and Wrigley with 101.

2011: Stephen Vogt led the org with 152 between Montgomery and Durham.


Batting average (minimum 316 PA):
Jason Pridie (2002) - .368
Matt Diaz (2003) - .354
Stephen Vogt (2010) - .345
Steve Cox (1999) - .341
Toby Hall (2001) - .335
Joey Gathright (2003) - .334
Toby Hall (2000) - .333
Matt Diaz (2004) - .332
Rocco Baldelli (2002) - .331
2012: Jose Paez is hitting .365 in the VSL, but probably won't reach the required number of plate appearances. Other probable non-qualifiers include Chris Gimenez at .338 for Durham and Alexander Simon at .316 in the DSL. Of players who have already qualified, Wrigley is at .316, Leslie Anderson is at .311 for Durham, and Ryan Brett is hitting .310 for Bowling Green.

2011: Among qualifiers Russ Canzler led at .314 for Durham.


Runs scored:
Fernando Perez (2006) - 123
Steve Cox (1999) - 107
Scott McClain (1999) - 106
Jason Pridie (2004) - 103
Jonny Gomes (2002) - 102
Reid Brignac (2006) - 100
Ozzie Timmons (2000) - 100
Carl Crawford (2000) - 99
Hak-Ju Lee (2011) - 98
B.J. Upton (2005) - 98
Francisco Leandro (2005) - 97
2012: Hak-Ju Lee leads with 55 for Montgomery. Glaesmann is second with 54 for Bowling Green, followed by teammate Drew Vettleson with 53.

2011: Lee made the list with 98 for Montgomery and Charlotte, followed by Tyler Bortnick with 96 for Charlotte.


Ryan Brett
Stolen bases:
Alex Sanchez (1997) - 92
Joey Gathright (2003) - 69
Ty Morrison (2010) - 58
Fernando Perez (2005) - 57
Carl Crawford (2000) - 55
Alex Sanchez (2000) - 54
Desmond Jennings (2009) - 52
Irwin Centeno (2001) - 48
Alex Sanchez (1999) - 48
2012: Ryan Brett has 33 for Bowling Green, Hak-Ju Lee is next with 32.

2011: Tyler Bortnick led with 43 for Charlotte.


Ryan Carpenter
Wins:
Heath Rollins (2007) - 17
Chris Mason (2007) - 15
Andy Sonnanstine (2006) - 15
Richard De Los Santos (2010) - 14
Jeremy Hall (2009) - 14
Andy Sonnanstine (2005) - 14
Chris Seddon (2004) - 14
Scott Autrey (2003) - 14
2012: Ryan Carpenter is out in front with 9 for Bowling Green. There is a three-way tie for second at 8 wins between Jake Floethe and Roberto Gomez at Bowling Green and Matt Torra in Durham.

2011: George Jensen led with 13 for Bowling Green.


Felipe Rivero
ERA (minimum 130 IP):
Chad Gaudin (2003) - 1.81
Matt Moore (2011) - 1.92
Jason Standridge (1999) - 2.02
Darin Downs (2009) - 2.23
Chad Gaudin (2002) - 2.26
Todd Belitz (2002) - 2.42
Luis De Los Santos (2002) - 2.42
Wade Davis (2007) - 2.50
Heath Rollins (2007) - 2.54
Chris Mason (2007) - 2.57
Jason Hammel (2004) - 2.64
2012: Of pitchers with at least 80 innings pitched so far Felipe Rivero leads at 2.37 in 87.1 innings for Bowling Green. Rivero is part of a piggyback spot in the Hot Rods rotation now so he probably will not end up with enough innings to qualify. Next is Roberto Gomez, also with Bowling Green, with 2.81 in 96.0 innings. In third is another Hot Rods starter, Ryan Carpenter, at 3.48 in 103.1 innings.

2011: Only seven pitchers met the innings pitched requirement in 2011. Matt Moore made the list at 1.92 for Durham and Montgomery. C.J. Riefenhauser was 2nd at 2.80 for Bowling Green and Charlotte.


Innings pitched:
Pablo Ortega (1997) - 188.2
Andy Sonnanstine (2006) - 185.2
Jim Magrane (2001) - 182.0
Dan Wheeler (1998) - 181.0
Andy Sonnanstine (2005) - 180.2
Mark Malaska (2001) - 174.2
Jason Standridge (2002) - 173.0
Jim Magrane (2000) - 173.0
Jim Magrane (2006) - 172.1
Matt White (2002) - 172.1
2012: Carpenter leads the way 103.1, followed by Torra at 102.1 and Gomez at 96.0.

2011: Alex Colome had 157.2 innings for Charlotte and Montgomery.


Chris Archer
Strikeouts:
Matt Moore (2011) - 210
Matt Moore (2010) - 208
Andy Sonnanstine (2005) - 178
Matt Moore (2009) - 176
Jake McGee (2007) - 175
Neal Frendling (2000) - 174
Jake McGee (2006) - 171
Wade Davis (2007) - 169
Wade Davis (2006) - 165
Seth McClung (2001) - 165
Mark Malaska (2001) - 165
2012: Chris Archer leads with 98 for Durham, followed by Kyle Lobstein with 88 for Montgomery. Carpenter and C.J. Riefenhauser are tied for third with 87.

2011: Matt Moore broke his own record with 210 for Durham and Montgomery. Alex Torres was second with 156 for Durham.


Chris Rearick
Saves:
Evan Rust (2002) - 31
Lee Gardner (2003) - 30
John Daniels (1997) - 29
Josh Parker (2003) - 28
Eddy Reyes (1999) - 27
Neal Frontz (2008) - 26
Billy Taylor (2000) - 26
Eddie Gaillard (1999) - 26
Zach Quate (2010) - 25
Greg Dupas (2006) - 25
2012: Chris Rearick has 18 saves for Charlotte. Austin Hubbard is next with 13 for Bowling Green and Dane De La Rosa has 10 for Durham.

2011: Zach Quate in Montgomery and Chris Rearick in Bowling Green tied for the lead with 20.

4 comments:

  1. Amazing how this shows that the best minor leaguers are not necessarily the best major leaguers.

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    1. and vice versa. Some of the best major leaguers are not the best minor leaguers.

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