Midwest League Record Book


Individual Batting Records

Highest Batting Average, Season
Deacon Jones, .409, Dubuque, 1956

Lowest Batting Average Leader, Season
Ted Parks, .307, Waterloo, 1969

Most Games Played, Season
James Christensen, 140, Wisconsin Rapids, 1980
Keith Lockhart, 140, Cedar Rapids, 1987
Jesus A. Vega, 139, Burlington, 1977
Dennis Holmberg, Burlington, 1975, 130
Neil Rasmussen, Burlington, 1975, 130
Clyde Bloomfield, 128, Decatur, 1957
Bobby Moegle, 128, Decatur, 1957

Most Times At Bat, Season
James Christensen, 567, Wisconsin Rapids, 1980
Eddie Logan, 528, Mattoon, 1956
Jim Belz, 528, West Frankfort, 1950
Everette Joyner, West Franfort, 1949, 528

Most Times At Bat, Game
Eddie Tucker, 11, Clinton, 7/6/1989
Rueben Smiley, 11, Clinton, 7/6/1989
Richard Davis, Danville, 6/4/1974, 10
J.Roger Danson, Burlington, 5/30/1976, 10
Gary LaRocque, Burlington, 5/30/1976, 10
R. Samuel Moneau, Burlington, 5/30/1976, 10
Daniel R. Garcia, Waterloo, 5/30/1976, 10
William Narleski, Waterloo, 4/17/1988, 9
Ramon Bautista, Waterloo, 4/17/1988, 9
Mark Pike, Waterloo, 4/17/1988, 9
Robert Simonson, Beloit, 4/17/1988, 9
Gene Klyczek, 8, Dubuque, 8/29/1956
Ed Conine, 8, Danville, 6/17/1951, 1st

Most Runs Scored, Season
Jim Belz, 133, 1950, West Frankfort

Most Runs Scored, Game
Kent Calderan, 6, Cedar Rapids, 8/14/1970 vs Quad City
Michael Bishop, 6, Quad City, 6/24/1978
Lee Grimes, 6, Peoria, 8/28/1986
Billy McMillon, 6, Kane County, 5/8/1994
Mark Kotsay, 6, Kane County, 9/2/1996

Most Consecutive Games, Scoring Runs
William Whiteko, 15 (8/13-25/1955), Mattoon

Most Hits, Season
Eddie Logan, 203, Mattoon, 1956

Most Hits, Game
Ryan McBroom, 6 Lansing, 7/12/2015 at Dayton
Ruddy Giron, 6 Fort Wayne, 5/18/15 at Lake County
Emilio Guerrero, 6, Lansing, 8/16/2013
Tyler Rahmatulla, 6, Quad City, 6/10/2012
Kevin Pillar, 6, Lansing, 5/12/2012
Nick McIntyre, 6 West Michigan at Dayton, 6/29/2005
Travis Hanson, 6, Peoria, 4/12/2003
Franlin German, 6, Lansing, 5/25/1999
Derrin Doty, 6, Cedar Rapids, 5/9/1994
Rene Lopez, 6, Fort Wayne, 5/29/1993
Terry Jorgensen, 6, Kenosha, 8/21/1987
Leo Hernandez, Clinton, 6, 4/21/1979
Richard Brewster, Quad City, 6, 5/28/1976
Slidell Harvey, 6, Dubuque, 8/17/1968, 2nd
Jim Ferguson, 6, Waterloo, 5/8/1964
Sam Scarpone, 6, Paris, 6/1/1954
Don Gaebe, 6, Mt. Vernon, 6/6/1952

Most Consecutive Plate Appearances Reaching Base
Benji Simonton, 14, Clinton (5/7-10/1994) vs West Michigan
Austin Kearns, 14, Dayton, 7/20-22, 2000
Rene Lopez, 11, Fort Wayne, 5/27-29/1993 vs Beloit

Most Consecutive Games Hitting Safely
Jose Siri, 39, Dayton, (6/22-8/3/2017)
Frank Anthony Toups, 35, Waterloo (4/22-5/24/1977)
Robert Schmidt, 29, Mt. Vernon (7/19 (1)-8/18/1953)

Most Consecutive Hits
Rene Lopez, 10, Fort Wayne (4 hits 5/27/1993 & 6 hits 5/29/1993
Leo Hernandez, 9, Clinton, 3 hits on 4/18, 6 hits on 4/2/1979
Gene Dusan, 9, Burlington, 4 hits 5/29, 5 hits 5/30, 1970
Ryan McBroom, 9, 6 hits on 7/12, 3 on 7/13, 2015

Hit For Cycle
Stefan Trosclair Peoria, 8/4/17, at Beloit
Edward Olivares, Lansing, 4/24/17, vs South Bend
Cael Brockmeyer, Kane County 6/29/14
Brian Holberton, Quad City 5/18/2014
Fidel Pena, South Bend, 7/19/2013
Jae-Hoon Ha, Peoria, 8/15/2010
Brad Glenn, Lansing, 7/26/2010 vs Clinton
Gabriel Jacobo, Cedar Rapids, 5/8/2009
Jaime Pedroza, Great Lakes, 6/5/2009
Travis Snider, Lansing, 7/7/2007
Chris Brown, Beloit, 8/19/2005
Chip Cannon, Lansing, 6/2/2005 vs Clinton
Brandon Yarbrough, Quad City 4/19/2005
Donnie Hood, Lansing, 4/20/2003
Jim Kavourias, Kane County, 5/9/2001
Matt Scanlon, Quad City, 5/10/2000
Kevan Burns, South Bend, 7/1/2000
Josh Spoerl, Clinton, 7/19/2000
Corey Patterson, Lansing, 7/5/1999
Troy McNaughton, Peoria, 5/23/1999
James Thomas, Quad City, 7/23/1998
Anthony Peters, Beloit, 5/19/1996
Darren Doucette, Madison, 4/27/1994
Rene Lopez, Fort Wayne, 5/27/1993
Kurt Brown, South Bend, 8/13/1988
Joseph Marzan, Kenosha, 8/1/1988
Cesar Hernandez, Rockford, 7/29/1988
Tom Romano, Madison, 4/25/1982
Robert Skube, Burlington, 8/6/1979
Thomas Laseter, Waterloo, 4/28/1976
Dale Soderholm, Wisconsin Rapids, 5/30/1972

Most Long Hits, Season
Corey Patterson, Lansing, 72, 1999 (35/2B, 17/3B, 20/HR
Butch McCord, Paris, 70, 1952 (40/2B, 15/3B, 15/HR
Jeff Jones, Cedar Rapids, 70, 1982, (26/2B, 2/3B, 42/HR)
Greg Vaughn, Beloit, 70, 1987 (31/2B, 6/3B, 33/HR)

Most Long Hits Games
Randolph Gettman, 5, Quincy, 5/25/1973 (2nd)(10 innings) (2/2B, 3/HR)
Antoine Cameron, 4, Lansing, 5/28/2002 (3/2B, HR)
Garrett Jones, 4, Quad City, 8/14/2002 (4 HR)
Jason Stokes, 4, Kane County, 7/16/2002 (2/2B, 2/HR)
Dominick Ambrosini, 4, Clinton, 8/19/2002 (2/2B, 2/HR)
Craig Ansman, 4, South Bend, 4/4/2001, (4 2B)
Mike Davis, 4, Fort Wayne, 6/10/2001 (1/2B, 3/3B)
John Castellano, 4, Wisconsin, 8/14/2001, (2/2B, 2/HR)
Ben Johnson, 4, Peoria, 7/10/2000 (2/2B, 2/HR
Austin Kearns, 4, Dayton, 7/21/2000 (2/2B, 2/HR)
Brady Clark, 4, Burlington, 7/18/1997 (1/2B, 3/HR)
Don Denbow, 4, Burlington, 4/11/1996 (1/3B, 3/HR)
Brian Simmons, 4, South Bend, 6/3/1996 (3/2B, HR)
Jon VanderGriend, 4, Cedar Rapids, 8/25/1996 (2B, 3/HR)
John Roskos, 4, Kane County, 4/18/1995 (4 2B)
Troy Fryman, 4, South Bend, 4/24/1993 (3B, 3/HR)
Eddy Diaz, 4, Appleton, 6/14/1993, (3/2B, 3B)
David Gavin, 4,Madison, 8/6/1988 (3/2B, HR)
Jose Marzan, 4, Kenosha, 8/1/1988 (2/2B, 3B, HR)
Richard Casarotti, 4, Burlington, 6/5/1988, (4/2B)
Phillip Ouellette, 4, Clinton, 8/12/1982
Michael Bishop, 4, Quad City, 6/24/1978 (4 HR)
Thomas Laseter, Waterloo, 4/28/1976, 4 (2/2B, 1/3B, 1/HR)
Bob Wissler, 4, Wisconsin Rapids, 8/30/1969 (3 2B 1HR)

Most Extra Bases on Long Hits, Season
Brian Dopirak, 232, Lansing, 2004
Bucky Jacobsen, 172, Beloit, 1998
Jeff Jones, 156, Cedar Rapids, 1982
Aaron McNeal, 149, Michigan, 1999
Jeffrey Jones, 156, Cedar Rapids, 1982
William Foley, 135, Burlington, 1978
Elmore Hill, 128, Wisconsin Rapids, 1976
Leon Wagner, 127, Danville, 1954

Most Total Bases, Season
Brian Dopirak, 321, Lansing, 2004
Aaron McNeal, 315, Michigan, 1999
Eddie Logan, 313, Mattoon, 1956

Most Total Bases, Game
Michael Bishop, 17, Quad City, 6/24/1978, (1B, 4/HR)
Bobby Smith, 16, Clinton, 6/13/1959 (4 HR)
Earl Dreisbach, 16, Hannibal, 6/15/1953 (1B, 3B, 3 HR)

Most Singles, Season
H. THomas Davis, 139, Kokomo, 1957
Seymour Bonem, 139, Keokuk, 1958
Duane Espy, 139, Danville, 1972

Most Singles, Game
Sam Scarpone, 6, Paris, 6/1/1954
Richard Brewster, 6, Quad City, 5/28/1976
Rene Lopez, 6, Fort Wayne, 5/29/1993

Most Doubles, Season
Brandon Drury, 51, South Bend, 2013
Robert Fick, 50, West Michigan, 1997
Bo Robinson, 50, Wisconsin, 1999
Richard Hidalgo, 47, Quad City, 1994
Tod Ronson, 44, Clinton, 1987
James Turner, 42, Paris, 1952

Most Doubles, Game
Jose Munoz, 4 South Bend, 5/4/2014 at Fort Wayne
Kevyn Feiner, 4, Dayton, 8/8/2009
James Shanks, 4, Burlington, 7/2/2002
Craig Ansman, 4, South Bend, 4/23/2001
Nate Frese, 4, Lansing, 5/25/1999
John Roskos, 4, Kane County, 4/18/1995
Rich Casarotti, 4, Burlington, 6/5/1988
Matthew Keough, 4, Burlington, 7/8/1974
Thomas Stock, 4, Cedar Rapids, 5/17/1962

Most Triples, Season
John Wrye, 19, Clinton, 1954
Keon Broxton, 19, South Bend, 2010

Most Triples, Game
Andrew Smith, 3, Matton, 5/14/1950
Oscar Flores, 3, Quincy, 8/18/1960
Jason Smith, 3 Rockford, 9/3/1998
Michael Reed, 3 Wisconsin, 5/22/2013 at Quad City, 11 innings
Marc Wik, 3 Quad City, 7/31/2014 vs Clinton

Most Home Runs, Season
Jeff Jones, 42, Cedar Rapids, 1982
Elmore Hill, 32, Wisconsin Rapids, 1974
J.Gordman Thomas, 31, Danville, 1971

Most Home Runs, Game
Bobby Smith, 4, Clinton, 6/13/1959
Michael Bishop, 4, Quad City, 6/24/1978
Eric Battersby, 4, Burlington at Kane County, R2G3, 9/13/99
Garrett Jones, 4, Quad City, 7/14/2002

Most Home Runs, Bases Loaded, Season
Peter Koegel, 4, Burlington, 1966

Most Home Runs, Bases Loaded, Game
James Noonan, 2, Wausau, 5/4/1978 (consecutive at-bats)
Jason Dubois, 2, Lansing, 4/30/2001
Robert Voltz, 2, Beloit, 8/8/2001

Most Consecutive Games With A Home Run
Austin Kearns, 8, Dayton, 7/17-24/2000

Most Runs Batted In, Season
Jim Zapp, 136, Paris, 1952

Most Runs Batted In, Game
Bobby Smith, 10, Clinton, 6/13/1959
James Noonan, 10, Wasuau, 5/4/1978
Michael Bishop, 10, Quad City, 6/24/1978
Jordan Renz, 10, Cedar Rapids, 5/15/06 vs Clinton

Most Sacrifice Hits, Season
Richard Perez, 29, Peoria, 1993
Dave Gallagher, 21, Waterloo, 1982
Richard Johnson, 18, Waterloo, 1959
Gordon Avery, 18, Waterloo, 1965
Jeffrey Kolb, 18, Appleton, 1967

Most Sacrifice Hits, Game
Alfredo Rodriguez, 3 Wisconsin, 6/30/2013, vs Kane County
Tony Sylvestri, 3, Kane County, 6/29/1993
Stanley Bockewitz, 3, Burlington, 8/19/1972

Most Sacrifice Flies, Season
Nilson Robledo, 16, South Bend, 1995
Juan Bonilla, 13, Waterloo, 1978
Mark Owens, 13, Clinton, 1988
David Jacas, 13, Kenosha, 1988
William Earnhardt, 12, Dubuque, 1954

Most Sacrifice Flies, Game
Walter Napier, 3, Waterloo, 7/30/1958
Luis Alvarado, 3, Waterloo, 5/8/1967
Aaron Miles, 3, Quad City, 8/3/1997

Most Stolen Bases, Season
Chris Morris, 111, Peoria, 2001
Ramon Sambo, 98, Cedar Rapids, 1988
Michael Frierson, 90, Wausau, 1980
Arthur Fischetti, 83, Danville, 1976
Edwin Stroud, 74, Clinton, 1963

Most Stolen Bases, Game
Charles Popovich, 6, Mt. Vernon, 5/16/1951

Most Base on Balls, Season
Vanity Rushing, 150, Waterloo, 1962

Most Base on Balls, Game
John Nixon, 6, Cedar Rapids, 7/8/1970
Dan Leatherman, 6, Quad City, 5/19/1999
Francisco Lindor, 6, Lake County, 6/14/2012

Most Intentional Walks, Season
Deacon Jones, 23, Fox City, 1966

Most Intentional Walks, Game
R. Samuel Monteau, 4, Burlington, 8/20/1976
Duane Freeman, 4, Cedar Rapids, 5/19/1968
Sammy Monteau, 4, Burlington, 8/20/1976
Jason Stokes, 4, Kane County, 7/23/2002

Most Strikeouts, Season
Samone Peters, 198, Clinton, 2000
Darron Ingram, 195, Burlington, 1997
Josh Booty, 195, Kane County, 1996
Jermaine Swinton, 182, Burlington, 1992
Chris Hatcher, 177, Burlington, 1991
Lee Tinsley, 177, Madison, 1989
Daniel Cataline, 171, Quad City, 1981
J.Gorman Thomas, 170, Danville, 1971

Most Strikeouts, Game
Terry Tackett, 7, Quad City, 7/18/1964 (13 innings)
John Schroeder, 6, Fort Wayne, 6/26/1996
Hector Garcia, 6, Beloit, 6/12/2002
Jason Evans, 5, South Bend, 5/5/1995
Jonas Hamlin, 5, Springfield, 5/30/1993
Isreal Alcantara, 5, Burlington, 6/9/1993
Theordore Rich, 5, South Bend, 6/17/1993
Duane Thielen, 5, Clinton, 6/27/1993
Ryan Radmanovich, 5, Fort Wayne, 7/11/1993
Charles Lee, 5, Burlington, 7/27/1993
Troy Fryman, 5, South Bend, 4/14/1992
Dax Jones, 5, Clinton, 8/17/1992
Darrell Rumsey, 5, Kenosha, 9/2/1991
Robert Rupp, 5, Waterloo, 7/16/1990
Ed Ricks, 5, Waterloo, 7/6/1989
Woody Smith, 5, Peoria, 5/19/1989
Terrell Hansen, 5, Rockford, 5/15/1989
Kevin Flora, 5, Quad City, 4/12/1989
Chris Howard, 5, Wausau, 8/29/1988
Brian Champion, 5, Burlington, 5/19/1988
Michael Guerrero, 5, Beloit, 8/29/1988
M. Carmelo Castillo, 5, Waterloo, 4/27/1979
Clinton Hurdle, 5, Waterloo, 8/16/1976
Thomas Smith, 5, Decatur, 5/29/1972

Most Consecutive Strikeouts, (Offical Times At-Bat)
Washington Orozco, 10, Quad City, 7/10-14/1972)

Fewest Strikeouts, Season
Walt DeFreitas, 8, Paducah (114 games), 1950
Viri Minnis, 8, Danville (127 games), 1952

Most Consecutive Games, No Strikeouts
Clint McCord, 40, Paris, 7/14 (1st game)-8/22/1952

Most Times Hit By A Pitch, Season
Jonathan Greene, 36, Clinton, 2008
Mike Kinkade, 32, Beloit, 1996
Charles Gipson, 27, Appleton, 1993
James Wolff, 23, Peoria, 1992
Terrel Hansen, 23, Rockford, 1989
Lowell Barnhart, 22, Kokomo, 1958

Most Times Hit By A Pitch, Game
Casper Wells, 4, Quad City, 5/2/2008
Stanley Malec, 3, Clinton, 7/27/1955
Tony Gonzalez, 3, Clinton, 5/16/1961
Alejandro Rodriguez, 3, Danville, 6/26/1971
Rick Patterson, 3, Wausau, 8/21/1975 (G2)
Elvin Paulino, 3, Peoria, 7/3/1989
Jackie Ross, 3, Beloit, 5/9/1993
Kevin Young, 3, Cedar Rapids, 6/11/1995
Andy Augustine, 3, Wisconsin, 7/25/1995
Wylie Campbell, 3, Burlington, 8/19/1998
Eric Verbryke, 3, Battle Creek, 5/24/2003