Albuquerque Isotopes first baseman/outfielder Jordan Patterson became the franchise's all-time home run leader on Tuesday, connecting on his 61st with the club.
Patterson, 26, is in the midst of his third season with the Isotopes, joining the team in 2016. His 61st home run surpassed Jason Wood's previous mark of 60, which had stood since 2008.
Wood played five seasons for the Isotopes from 2003-06 and in 2008, during which time the infielder appeared in a franchise record 597 games while compiling 2,087 at bats.
Meanwhile Patterson was able to secure the franchise's all-time home run mark in 345 games and 1,243 at bats.
During his time with Albuquerque from 2016-18, the Mobile Ala. native has hit .284/.364/.516 with 214 RBI to go along with his 61 home runs.
Patterson ranks second behind Wood on the Isotopes career list in games played, RBI and doubles (76). He also ranks fourth in runs scored with 214 in his Isotopes career.
Patterson is a two-time Isotopes Players' Choice Award winner having been voted team MVP in 2016 and PNM Power Hitter of the Year in 2017 by his fellow teammates and coaches.
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