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Baseball: Minor League Records (Reference)

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posted on Sep, 25 2005 @ 05:08 PM
Season Records

60+ HR Seasons

Joe Bauman 72 for class C Roswell (1954)

Joe Hauser 69 for class AA Minneapolis (1933)

Bob Crues 69 for class C Amarillo (1948)

(Richard) Stuart 66 for class A Lincoln (1956)

Bob Lennon 64 for class AA Nashville (1954)

Joe Hauser 63 for class AA Baltimore (1930)

John "Moose" Clabaugh 62 for class D Tyler (1926)

Ken Guettler 62 for class AA Shreveport (1956)

Tony Lazzeri 60 for class AA Salt Lake City (1925)

Forrest Kennedy 60 for class B Plainview (1956)

200+ Runs

Tony Lazzeri 202 for class AA Salt Lake City (1925)

300+ Hits

Paul Strand 325 for class AA Salt Lake City (1923)

Ike Boone 323 for class AA Mission (1929)

Ox Eckhardt 315 for class AA Mission (1933)

Smead Jolley 314 class AA San Francisco (1929)

220+ RBI

Bob Crues 254 for class C Amarillo (1948)

Joe Bauman 224 for class C Roswell (1954)

Tony Lazzeri 222 for class AA Salt Lake City (1925)

140+ Stole Bases

Vince Coleman 145 for Macon (1983)

Donell Nixon 144 for class A Bakersfield (1983)

[Edited on 9/25/2005 by GiantsFan]

[Edited on 9/25/2005 by GiantsFan]

posted on Sep, 25 2005 @ 05:18 PM

Spencer Harris 3,617


Nick Cullop 1,857

Stolen Bases

George Hogriever 948

Home Runs

Hector Espino 484

Batting Average

Ike Boone .370

Games Pitched

Bill Thomas 1,015

Pitchers' Strikeouts

George Brunet 3,175

Pitchers' Wins

Bill Thomas 383

posted on Sep, 25 2005 @ 05:19 PM
Since we had nothing onMinor League stats and such, I figured I'd add this little reference guide to the big stats and records for Minor League players. Feel free to add stats that I have left out, which I will edit into the main list, and add any comments.

posted on Sep, 25 2005 @ 08:31 PM
I saw something on Sportscenter's 50 in 50 about the team from Salt Lake back in the '80s that won the most games in a row or something like that. Did anyone else catch that, or knows what I'm talking about?

posted on Sep, 26 2005 @ 05:06 PM
On that 50 in 50 series I saw another thing, it was the longest game ever played...Cal Ripken Jr. was on one team and Wade Boggs was on the other team....the game went 30+ innings...that was a pretty amazing minor league story

posted on Sep, 26 2005 @ 07:54 PM
Yeah, I remember that one too. I wish I knew what those teams were.

posted on Sep, 26 2005 @ 08:45 PM
I'm sure they'll have it archived on ESPN somewhere... I'll take a look into it later tonight.

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