Sunday, April 05, 2015

Spring Training Statistical Leaders

Spring Training is over.  The 2015 MLB season officially begins tonight with the Cubs taking on the Cardinals.  Let the phun begin. See what I did there?  Before we leave the Cactus and Grapefruit League action a faint memory, let's check in on the the statistical leaders.

Offense
Batting Average:
1. Jose Abreu/CWS - .508
2. Curtis Graderson/NYM - .442
3. Mike Trout/LAA - .441

Runs:
1. Mike Trout/LAA - 22
2. Billy Burns/OAK - 21
3. Eric Young Jr./ATL - 17

Doubles:
1. CJ Cron/LAA - 11
2. 8 Players tied for 2nd with 8 apiece

Triples:
1. Jordany Valdespin/MIA - 4
2. 8 Players tied for 2nd with 3 apiece

Homeruns:
1. Kris Bryant/CHC - 9
2. Mike Zunino/SEA - 7
3. 8 Players tied for 3rd with 6 apiece

RBI:
1. Eduardo Escobar/MIN - 20
2. Albert Pujols/LAA & Mark Trumbo/ARI - 19

Stolen Bases:
1. Eric Young Jr/ATL, Odubel Herrera/PHI & Dee Gordon/MIA - 7

OPS:
1. Mike Trout/LAA - 1.362
2. Mike Zunino/SEA - 1.287
3. Curtis Granderson/NYM - 1.243

Pitching
Wins:
1. Jacob DeGrom/NYM, Daniel Norris/TOR & Taijuan Walker/SEA - 4

ERA:
1. Kevin Graveman/OAK - 0.36
2. Taijuan Walker/SEA - 0.67
3. David Phelps/MIA - 0.95

Innings:
1. Jason Marquis/CIN - 31
2. Angel Sanchez/DET - 30
3. Anthony DeSclafani/CIN - 29.2

Saves:
1. Luis Garcia/PHI - 4
2. 6 Players tied for 2nd with 3 apiece

Strikeouts:
1. Angel Sanchez/DET - 31
2. Daniel Norris/TOR - 30
3. David Price/DET - 29

WHIP:
1. Taijuan Walker/SEA - 0.56
2. Jacob DeGrom/NYM - 0.73
3. Kevin Graveman/OAK - 0.75 

1 comment:

GM-Carson said...

Times are bad guys...Jeff Francouer, really.

Andres Balanco.

Wow.

No runs will be scored this year by the Phillies. Looking to set record for futility.