Monday, March 29, 2010

Individual Records

SINGLE SEASON

AB - 80, Jeff Scott, 1995 & Scott Sarro, 1997
Plate Appearances - 94, Scott Sarro, 1997
Games - 27, Jim Sullivan, 1995
Wins - 9, Jimmy Jackson, 1997
Losses - 13, Jimmy Jackson, 1996
W-L% - .750 (3 - 1), Dave Vargas, 2009
Hits - 43, Billy Botting, 2008
2B - 9, Matt Widiger, 2003 & Jay Atton, 2005
3B - 6, Charlie White, 2005 & Cam Zirpolo, 2009
HR - 10, Conrad Pacquette, 2007
RBI - 42, Conrad Pacquette, 2007
AVG. - .717, Jay Atton, 2009
BB - 17, Mike Martin, 2004
K - 10, Eric Benoit, 2005
Most AB, No K - 86, Stu Stone, 1996
OB% - .750, Jay Atton, 2009
SLG% - 1.245, Conrad Pacquette, 2007
OPS - 1.958, Jay Atton, 2009
R - 35, Scott Sarro, 1997

MOST TIMES LEADING TEAM

AB - 3, Matt Stone & Jim Sullivan
Plate Appearances - 5, Jim Sullivan
Games - 6, Jim Sullivan
Wins - 7, Jimmy Jackson
Losses - 7, Jack Atton
W-L% - 6, Jimmy Jackson
Hits - 5, Matt Stone
2B - 3, Matt Stone & Jim Sullivan
3B - 2, Matt Stone & Charlie White
HR - 3, Ron Johnson & Charlie White
RBI - 5, Matt Stone
AVG. - 3, Matt Stone & Ron Johnson
BB - 6, Jim Sullivan
K - 4, Jimmy Jackson
Most AB, No K - 3, Jim Sullivan
OB% - 3, Ron Johnson
SLG% - 3, Ron Johnson & Jay Atton
OPS - 4, Ron Johnson & Jay Atton
R - 4, Matt Stone

LIFETIME

AB - 658, Jim Sullivan
Plate Appearances - 808, Jim Sullivan
Games - 254, Jim Sullivan
Wins - 30, Jimmy Jackson
Losses - 56, Stu Stone
W-L% (minimum 10 decisions) - .462 (12-14-2), Jay Atton
Hits - 266, Jim Sullivan
2B - 38, Jim Sullivan
3B - 17, Jay Atton
HR - 29, Ron Johnson
RBI - 203, Ron Johnson
AVG. - .570, Billy Botting
BB - 144, Jim Sullivan
K - 38, Jimmy Jackson
Most AB, No K - Longest Streak, 156, Jay Atton
OB% - .604, Jay Atton
SLG% - 1.032, Jay Atton
OPS - 1.636, Jay Atton
R - 196, Ron Johnson


2 comments:

Chris@Knucklehead! said...

.462 is the record for winning percentage? GAH!

Still waiting for my autographed Cam Zirpolo card, by the way.

Suldog said...

Yeah, we've had some fairly horrible years. The team was good for a short time, early on, then the league switched from Saturday to Sunday. That decimated us more than most others. Half the team had prior commitments to other leagues on Sunday, so it took us quite a while to build back to .500, as I was recruiting anybody with a warm body to play.

I spent a lot of years just holding this team together with a core group (The Attons, Fast Freddy, Ron Johnson, fellow who doesn't play anymore named Matt Stone) of good players, and a supporting cast of nice guys (bad players) and asswipes (decent players who couldn't hook up with anybody else because they were asswipes.) Now, finally, it looks as though we have a really good team again, just in time for my years as a role player :-)

Jim