Midwest League Individual Pitching Record Book


Highest Won-Lost Percentage, Season
Brian Hickerson, 1.000, Clinton, 1987 (11-0)
Raul Medrano, .923, Burlington, 1965 (12-1)

Lowest Won-Lost Percentage, Leader, Season
Daniel Wooden, .714, Waterloo, 1959 (15-6)
Ernesto Ramirez, Clinton, .714, 10-4

Lowest Earned Run Average, Season
Vernon Geishert, 1.13, Quad City, 1966

Highest Earned Run Average, Leader, Season
Lee Tunnison, 3.12, Centralia, 1951

Most Wins, Season
Eugene Pisarski, 22, Centralia, 1950
Kenneth Gohn, 22, Danville, 1952
John Bumgarner, 22, Decatur, 1954
Arturo Miro, 22, Clinton, 1956
Joel McDaniel, 22, Decatur, 1959

Most Consecutive Wins, Season
Arturo Miro, 19, Clinton, 6/16-8/28/1956
Robert Freels, 19, Belleville, 1947

Most Loses, Season
Steven Duckhorn, 17, Cedar Rapids, 1979
Scott Kannenberg, 17, Quad City, 1987
Emerson Unzicker, 16, Kokomo, 1956
John Hamilton, 16, Keokuk, 1958
Ted Ketter, 16, Kokomo, 1961
Mark Simon, 16, Wisconsin Rapids, 1969

Most Consecutive Loses, Season
Mark Simon, 13, Wisconsin Rapids, 4/30-7/14/1969

Most Decision, Season
Ron Hagler, 32, Hannibal, 1955 (17-15)

Most Games Pitched, Season
Frank Cimorelli, 65, Springfield, 1992
Mark Moore, 64, Cedar Rapids, 1980
Allen Evans, 60, Kokomo, 1955

Most Games Started, Season
Emerson Unzicker, 30, Kokomo, 1957

Most Consecutive Games Started, Season
John Stein, 30, Appleton, 4/12-9/1/1986
Bruce Robarge, 29, Lafayette, 5/1-8/28/1956

Most Complete Games, Season
Joel McDaniel, 26, Decatur, 1959

Most Consecutive Complete Games, Season
Nestor Chavez, 17, Decatur, 5/27-8/18/1965

Most Relief Appearances, Season
Frank Cimorelli, 65, Springfield, 1992
Eric Spelman, 57, Quad City, 1966

Most Consecutive Relief Appearances, Season
Frank Cimorelli, Springfield, 1992, 65
Steven Kealey, 55, Quad City, 4/27-8/28/1967

Most Games Finished In Relief, Season
Santos Hernandez, 65, Burlington, 1996
Gregory Watson, 59, West Michigan, 2000
J.J. Trujillo, 59, Fort Wayne, 2000
Gerald Santos, 58, Springfield, 1992
Ollie Brantley, 49, Wisconsin Rapids, 1966

Most Consecutive Games Finished In Relief, Season
Jeffery Martin, 48, Clinton, 4/29-8/31/1994
Henry King 24, Fox City, 5/1-6/20/1963
Fred Beene, 24, Fox City, 7/3-8/16/1964
William Hooker, 24, Appleton, 4/27-7/2/1967

Most Saves, Season
J.J. Trujillo, 42, Fort Wayne, 2000
Mike Perez, 41, Springfield, 1987
Robert Chlupsa, Cedar Rapids, 20, 1968

Most Consecutive Saves, Season
James Czajkowski, 9, Beloit, 8/9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 21, 23, 24/1990
Rodney Huffman, 9, Clinton, 4/27, 29, 5/3, 4, 7, 9, 10, 15, 16/1991
Gregory Watson, 9, West Michigan, 6/25-7/9/2000
Lawrence Abbott, 6, Burlington, 8/8, 9, 9, 12, 13, 15/1967

Most Innings Pitched, Season
Ronald Hagler, 249.2, Hannibal, 1955

Most Innings Pitched, Game
Eguene Pisarski, 16, Centralia vs Paris 6/23/1950
Carl Lutz, 16, Danville vs Paris, 8/22/1953
George Sherrod, 16, Quad City vs Fox City, 7/3/1963

Most At Bats, Opponents, Season
Frank Brookman, 1,015, Mt. Vernon, 1951

Most At Bats, Opponents, Game
Robert Hertzberger, 45, Mattoon vs Centralia, 7/3/1951
John Buzhardt, 45, Paris vs Clinton, 6/24/1955

Most At. Bats, Opponents, Extra Inning Game
Eugene Pisarski, 59, Centralia vs Paris, 6/23/1950 (16 innings)

Most Hits Off Pitcher, Season
Ronald Hagler, 278, Hannibal, 1955

Most Hits Off Pitcher, Game
James Evans, 18, Clinton 7/4/1960

Most Hits Off Pitcher, Extra Inning Game
Frank Brookman, 18, Mt. Vernon vs Paris, 6/21/1951 (12 innings)

Most Runs Off Pitcher, Season
Ronald Hagler, 159, Hannibal, 1955

Most Runs Off Pitcher, Game
Wayne Morin, 18, Centralia vs Hannibal, 7/25/1952

Fewest Runs Off Pitcher, Extra Inning Game
George Sherrod, 0, Quad City vs Fox City, 7/3/1963 (16 innings)
Linty Ingram, 0, Waterloo vs Springfield, 7/30/1991 (10 innings)
Brian Rose, 0, Michigan vs Peoria, 7/7/1995
Craig Quintal, 0, West Michigan vs Beloit, 8/22/1997

Most Earned Runs Off Pitcher, Season
Juan Garcia, 125, Decatur, 1954

Most Earned Runs Off Pitcher, Game
Wayne Schuckert, 15, Appleton, 6/24/1982 vs Wisconsin Rapids
Calvin Steinberg, 14, Mattoon vs Mt. Vernon, 5/22/1951
Carl Lutz, 14, Danville vs Mattoon, 7/27/1953

Most Home Runs Off Pitcher, Seaosn
Jody Ryan, 31, Wausau, 1987
Joseph Cockroft, 29, Dubuque, 1956

Most Home Runs Off Pitcher, Game
Michael Roberts, 6, Decatur vs Dubuque, 8/26/1962
Jerrod Riggan, 6, Cedar Rapids vs Burlington, 6/14/1997 (G1)

Most Sacrifice Hits Off Pitcher, Season
Richard Hicks, 21, Decatur, 1955

Most Sacrifice Hits Off Pitcher, Game
Luis Herrera, 5, Decatur vs Paris, 7/25/1953
William Laxton, 5, Clinton vs Dubuque, 7/19/1967

Most Sacrifice Flies Off Pitcher, Season
Melquicedec Torres, 14, Wisconsin, 1999
Steven Muh, 13, Kenosha, 1989
Emerson Unzicker, 12, Kokomo, 1956
Jim Powers, 12, Paris, 1956
Bobby Bolin, Michigan City, 12, 1957

Most Sacrifice Flies Off Pitcher, Game
Miguel Batista, 4, Rockford, 6/14/1991
Thomas Stephenson, 3, Waterloo vs Cedar Rapids, 6/6/1968

Most Base On Balls, Season
James Michalec, 176, West Frankfort, 1949

Most Base On Balls, Game
Eugne Bone, 16, West Frankfort vs Mattoon, 6/26/1950

Fewest Base On Balls, Extra Inning Game
Neil Maxa, 0, Danville 7/3/1952
Bob Nonnemocher, 0, Mattoon vs Dubuque, 7/17/1957
Joel McDaniel, 0, Decatur vs Waterloo, 5/19/1959 (12 innings)
Jeffery Conner, 0 Quad City vs Burlington, 7/31/1978, G2 (12 innings)
Francisco Gamez, 0, Beloit vs Springfield, 5/8/1991 (10 innings)
Linty Ingram, 0, Waterloo vs Springfield, 7/30/1991 (10 innings)

Most Consecutive Innings, No Base On Balls
Matt Pearce, 54.1, Peoria, 5/9/15-8/8/15
William Castro, 45.0, Danville, 6/29-8/12/1973
Albert Choate, 37.0, Dubuque, 5/14-6/18/1967

Most Intentional Base On Balls, Season
Joel Estes, 14, Clinton, 1989
Mark Chapman, 14, beloit, 1988
Mike Blue, 14, Wisconsin Rapids, 1963

Most Intentional Base On Balls, Game
John Drake, 6, Decatur vs Waterloo, 5/24/1959

Most Strikeouts, Season
Danny Morris, 274, Wisconsin Rapids, 1965

Most Strikeouts, Game
Robert Sprout, 22, Decatur vs Waterloo, 8/18/1960
Danny Morris, 21, Wisconsin Rapids, 7/28/1965

Most Consecutive Strikeouts, Game
Art Groza, Burlington vs Dubuque, 5/22/1966, 10
Daniel Renken, Dayton vs Lansing, 6/29/2011, 10
Paul McClellan, 10, Clinton, 1987
Dennis Myers, 8, Burlington vs Quincy, 5/3/1971
Richard Huisman, 8, Clinton 8/13/1990 vs Springfield
LaTroy Hawkins, 8, Fort Wayne 6/25/1993 vs Cedar Rapids

Most Games 10 or More Strikeouts, Season
Danny Morris, 13, Wisconsin Rapids, 1965
Mark Grant, 13, Clinton, 1982

Most Strikeouts, 2 Consecutive Games
Tom Gordon, 36, Appleton, 5/16 (17), 5/21 (19)/1988
Dennis Myers, 35, Burlington, 4/26 (17), 5/3 (18), 1971

Most Strikeouts, 3 Consecutive Games
Danny Morris, 48, Wisconsin Rapids, 7/28 (21), 8/1 (11), 8/5 (16), 1965

Most Hit Batsmen, Season
Jimmy Barett, 24, Michigan, 2001
Pat Leahy, 23, Kane County, 1993
Eugene Bone, 22, West Frankfort, 1950

Most Hit Batsmen, Game
Jesse Evans, 5, Quincy vs Waterloo, 5/18/1961
Richard Wanz, 5, Quad City vs Dubuque, 8/22/1962
Robert Henneman, 5, Quad City vs Dubuque, 5/14/1965
Robert Paarlberg, 5, Quincy vs Quad City, 8/10/1966
Raymond Gault, 5, Waterloo, 6/19/1977
Jason Norderum, 5, Clinton vs Lansing, 7/20/2001
Scott Hodsdon, 5, Kane County vs Cedar Rapids 6/13/2008

Most Wild Pitches, Season
Stephen Cosgrove, 35, Fox City, 1962

Most Wild Pitches, Game
Ruben Flores, 7, Wisconsin vs Quad City, 6/17/2006
Tom Reigard, 6, Clinton vs Kokomo, 6/26/1958
Gary Trumbauer, 6, Cedar Rapids vs Danville, 4/26/1972
William Daniels, 6, Burlington vs Decatur, 7/29/1972
Heath Altman, 6, Clinton vs Beloit 5/13/1996
Brandon Kolb, 6, Clinton vs Wisconsin, 5/17/1996

Most Balks, Season
Charles Hawley, 14, Mattoon, 1950
Miguel Jiminez, 14, Madison, 1992

Most Balks, Game
Merle Doogan, 5, Paris vs Mattoon 5/27/1950

Most Shutout Games, Season
Joel McDaniel, 9, Decatur, 1959
Robert DeLong, 9, Decatur, 1967

Most Consecutive Shutout Games, Season
Bruce Tanner, 3, Appleton, 8/18 G1, 8/22, 8/27/1984
Richard Gossage, 3, Appleton, 8/4, 8/8, 8/17, 1971
Robert Basham, 3, Dayton, 6/23, 6/28, 7/3/2002

Most Consecutive Shutout Innings, Season
Mark Grant, 42, Clinton, 7/23-8/17/1982
Joel McDaniel, 40.2, Decatur, 5/30-6/17/1959

Most Pickoffs Game
Theodore O'Neill, 4, Wausau, 8/21/1976 vs Appleton