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Individual Records

 

Texas League Individual Records

 


HITTING RECORDS


Highest Batting Average:

.444 -- Algie McBride, Austin 1895


Hitting Streak:

37 -- Bobby Trevino, El Paso 1969


Most Hits in Season:

245 -- Randy Moore, Dallas 1929


Most Singles in Season:

187 -- Randy Moore, Dallas 1929


Most Doubles in Season:

70 -- Rhino Williams, Dallas 1925


Most Triples in Season:

30 -- Eddie Moore, Fort Worth 1929


Most Home Runs in Season:

62 -- Ken Guettler, Shreveport 1956


Most RBI in Season:

196 -- Clarence Kraft, Fort Worth 1924


Most Hits in Game:

8 -- several players


Most Singles in Game:

7 -- Ollie Pickering, Houston (May 21, 1892)


Most Doubles in Game:

5 -- Les Bell, Houston (May 28, 1923)


Most Triples in Game:

3 -- several players


Most Home Runs in Game:

8 -- Nig Clarke, Corsicana (June 15, 1902)


Most RBI in Game:

16 -- Nig Clarke, Corsicana (June 15, 1902)


Most Stolen Bases in Season:

146 -- Herman Bader, Dallas 1889


Most Stolen Bases in Game:

6 -- John Frierson, Houston (July 26, 1914)

 


PITCHING RECORDS


Most Innings Pitched:

385 -- Lucky Wright, Corsicana, 1902


Most Shutout Innings:

42 -- Tom Gorman, Beaumont 1951


Lowest ERA:

0.71 -- Frank Hoffman, Austin/San Antonio 1888


Most Wins:

35 --Lucky Wright, Corsicana, 1902


Most Consecutive Wins:

19 -- Snipe Conley, Dallas 1917


Most Losses:

28 -- Bill Doyle, Temple 1907


Most Consecutive Losses:

16 -- Floyd Kroh, Houston/Galveston/ Shreveport 1920
Bill Bailey, Houston 1923


Most Strikeouts in Season:

319 -- Harry Ables, San Antonio 1910


Most Walks in Season:

185 -- Bill Bailey, Beaumont 1919


Most Strikeouts (Extra innings):

22 -- Bob Turley, San Antonio (16 innings) (Aug. 11,1951)


Most Strikeouts (9 innings):

21 -- Dave Righetti, Tulsa (July 16, 1978)


Most Walks in Game:

16 -- Rex Barney, Fort Worth (May 13, 1951)