Spinners Record Book Updated

By Lowell Spinners | November 13, 2015 11:48 AM

 

LOWELL SPINNERS RECORD BOOK

 

1996-2017

 

TEAM RECORDS

 

Seasons -- 22, 1996-2017

 

Games Played - 1,651, 1996-2017

 

Fewest Games Played -- 73, 2008, 2013

 

Most Extra-Inning Games - 11, 2004

 

Games Won -- 795, 1996-2017

 

Games Lost -- 846, 1996-2017

 

Games Tied -- 0, 1996-2014

 

Most Wins - 47, 2016

 

Most Wins, Home - 25, 2013, 2016

 

Most Wins, Road - 23, 2009

 

Most Wins, Extra Innings -- 5, 2001, 2006

 

Consecutive Wins -- 9, June 17-25, 2016

 

Consecutive Wins, Home - 10, Aug. 26, 2002 - June 26, 2003 (3 in 2002, 7 in 2003)

 

Consecutive Wins, Road -- 8, August 2-16, 2000

                                                August 2-12, 2012

 

Fewest Wins - 24, 2010

 

Fewest Wins, Home - 13, 2010

 

Fewest Wins, Road - 11, 2010

                                   

Most Losses -- 50, 2010

 

Most Losses, Home - 24, 2004, 2010

 

Most Losses, Road -- 26, 2010

 

Most Losses, Extra Innings - 8, 2004

 

Consecutive Losses - 11, July 13-23, 2010

                                           June 29 - July 9, 2012

 

Consecutive Losses, Home -- 6, Aug. 19-27, 1999

                                                      Aug. 30, 2001 - June 23, 2002

                                                      July 13-26, 2010

 

Consecutive Losses, Road -- 9, July 8-19, 1996

                                                     July 5-23, 2010

 

Fewest Losses - 29, 2016

 

Fewest Losses, Home - 12, 2013

 

Fewest Losses, Road - 15, 2000, 2009

 

Most One-Run Decisions -- 30, 2000

 

Most One-Run Decisions Won -- 20, 2000

 

Best Winning Percentage, One-Run Decisions -- .667, 2000 (20-10)

 

Most One-Run Decisions Lost -- 17, 2017

 

Lowest Winning Percentage, One-Run Decisions -- .250 (5-15), 2001

 

Fewest One Run Decisions -- 14, 1996

 

Longest Game, Innings -- 18, July 29, 2002 vs. Hudson Valley (L, 13-9)

                                                July 28, 2008 at Vermont (L, 5-4)

 

Longest Game, Time -- 3:42, June 27, 1999 at Staten Island

 

Longest Game, Time, Extra Innings -- 5:56, July 29, 2002 vs. Hudson Valley (18)

 

Fastest Game, Time (9 innings) -- 1:45, July 1, 2006 vs. Oneonta

 

Highest Attendance, Season - 201,512 (178,572 in 36 dates at LeLacheur Park,

                                                                    22,940 in 1 date at Fenway Park), 2010

                                                   186,522, 2009 (LeLacheur Park)

Highest Attendance, Game - 36,234, Aug. 9, 2008 vs. Hudson Valley (Fenway Park)

                                                   5,778, July 24, 2013 vs. Brooklyn (LeLacheur Park)                                                                     

Lowest Attendance, Season -- 95,986 (2,823), 1996 (Alumni Field)

 

Lowest Attendance, Game -- 1,777, July 22, 1997 vs. Watertown (Alumni Field)

                                                2,196, July 1, 2014 vs. Connecticut (LeLacheur Park)

 

Consecutive Sellouts, LeLacheur Park - 413, Aug. 3, 1999-Aug. 31, 2010.

 

Record at Alumni Field (1996-97) -- 40-35 (.533)

 

Record at LeLacheur Park (1998-2016) - 420-372 (.530)

 

Record at Fenway Park (2006-14) - 3-3 (.500)

 

 

TEAM BATTING

 

Highest Batting Average -- .270, 2016

 

Lowest Batting Average -- .231, 2012, 2017

 

Highest Slugging Percentage -- .392, 2016

 

Lowest Slugging Percentage -- .313, 2013, 2017

 

Most Runs -- 395, 2005

 

Most Runs, Game - 20, June 21, 2005 vs. Vermont (Low 20, Vt 2)

 

Most Runs, Shutout - 13, Aug. 21, 2007 at Tri-City

                                          Aug. 30, 2007 vs. Tri-City

                                           Sept. 2, 2009 at Oneonta

 

Most Runs, Game, Both Teams -- 34, Aug. 16, 2002 at Oneonta (One 25, Low 9)

 

Most Runs, Extra-Inning Game, Both Teams -- 24, Aug. 11, 2008 (at Lowell 10,                                                                                               Hudson Valley 14, 10 innings)

 

Most Runs, Inning - 12, June 24, 2003 vs. Vermont (4th)

 

Fewest Runs -- 268, 2017

 

Consecutive Games Scoring - 62, July 30, 2004 - July 17, 2005

 

Most Games Shut Out -- 8, 2006, 2017

 

Consecutive Games Shut Out -- 3, June 22-24, 1998

 

Consecutive Scoreless Innings -- 34, June 20-24, 1998

 

Most Hits -- 683, 2016

 

Fewest Hits - 551, 2017

 

Most Hits, Game - 24, July 2, 2011 at Connecticut

 

Most Hits, Extra-Inning Game -- 21, June 29, 1997 vs. Hudson Valley (10 innings)

 

Most Hits, Game, Both Teams -- 38, Aug. 25, 1998 (Hudson Valley 26, at Lowell 12)

                                                            Aug. 15, 2002 (at Oneonta 24, Lowell 14)

 

Most Hits, Extra-Inning Game, Both Teams -- 37, June 29, 1997 (at Lowell 21,

                                                                                    Hudson Valley 16, 10 innings)

 

Consecutive Games, 10 or More Hits - 7, July 20-26, 2014

 

Most Extra-Base Hits -- 208, 1999

 

Fewest Extra-Base Hits -- 133, 2000

 

Most Extra-Base Hits, Game -- 10, June 27, 1999 at Staten Island (8 2B, 2 HR)

                                                            July 2, 2011 at Connecticut (7 2B, 3B, 2 HR)

 

Most Extra-Base Hits, Game, Both Teams -- 16, June 27, 1999 at Staten Island

                                                                                    (Low 10, SI 6)

 

Consecutive Games With Extra-Base Hits -- 32, Aug. 27, 1997 - July 11, 1998

 

Most Doubles - 150, 2009

 

Most Doubles, Game -- 8, June 27, 1999 at Staten Island

  August 14, 2016 at Aberdeen

 

Most Doubles, Game, Both Teams -- 12, June 27, 1999 at Staten Island (Low 8, SI 4)

 

Fewest Doubles -- 92, 2017

 

Most Triples - 32, 2014

 

Most Triples, Game -- 3, Many times (Last: Aug. 29, 2014 vs. Aberdeen)

 

Most Triples Game, Both Teams -- 4, July 17, 1999 vs. Utica (Utica 4, Low 0)

                                                                July 5, 2010 at Aberdeen (Ab 3, Low 1)

                                                                July 24, 2010 at Vermont (Vt 3, Low 1)

 

Fewest Triples -- 9, 1996

 

Most Home Runs -- 55, 2011

 

Most Home Runs, Game -- 4, June 20, 1999 vs. New Jersey

                                                July 21, 2008 at Tri-City

 

Most Home Runs, Game, Both Teams -- 7, June 20, 1999 vs. New Jersey (Low 4, NJ 3)

 

Fewest Home Runs -- 15, 2013

 

Consecutive Games, Home Runs -- 9, July 24 - Aug. 2, 1998 (12 HR)

 

Consecutive Games, No Home Runs -- 13, July 21 - Aug. 3, 2012

 

Most Grand Slams -- 4, 1996

 

Fewest Grand Slams -- 0, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2009, 2014, 2015, 2017

 

Most Total Bases --    994, 1999

 

Fewest Total Bases -- 737, 2013

 

Most Total Bases, Game - 39, July 2, 2011 at Connecticut

 

Most Total Bases, Game, Both Teams -- 60, Aug. 25, 1998 vs. Hudson Valley

                                                                                    (HV 41, Low 19)

 

Most Stolen Bases - 106, 2012

 

Fewest Stolen Bases -- 37, 1998, 2006

 

Most Stolen Bases, Game - 7, Aug. 28, 2004 at Oneonta

 

Most Stolen Bases, Extra Inning Game - 6, June 29, 2003 at Oneonta (13)

 

Most Stolen Bases, Game, Both Teams - 10, July 14, 2011 (Williamsport 5,

                                                                                    at Lowell 5)

 

Most Stolen Bases, Both Teams, Extra Inning Game - 10, Aug. 26, 2013

                                                                                    (Aberdeen 6, Lowell 4)

Most Walks -- 313, 2001

 

Fewest Walks -- 177, 2014

 

Most Walks, Game - 14, July 24, 2010 at Vermont

 

Most Strikeouts - 676, 2008

 

Most Strikeouts, Game -- 18, July 22, 1996 at New Jersey

 

Most Strikeouts, Extra-Inning Game - 20, July 27, 2004 vs. Tri-City (16)

 

Fewest Strikeouts - 477, 2006

 

Most Runners Left on Base, Game -- 17, Aug. 28, 2002 vs. Oneonta

 

Left on Base, Extra-Inning Game -- 19, July 29, 2002 vs. Hudson Valley (18)

 

TEAM PITCHING

 

Lowest ERA - 2.95, 2013

 

Highest ERA -- 4.53, 2010

 

Most Saves -- 27, 2006

 

Fewest Saves -- 7, 2011

 

Most Shutouts - 8, 2013

 

Most 1-0 Shutouts -- 4, 2000, 2013

 

Fewest Shutouts -- 0, 1999

 

Consecutive Shutouts -- 3, July 27-29, 2012

                                   

Consecutive Scoreless Innings -- 30, July 26-30, 2012

 

Consecutive Games, No Shutouts -- 99, Aug. 13, 1998 - June 21, 2000

 

Most Complete Games -- 4, 1996

 

Consecutive Complete Games -- Never accomplished

 

Fewest Complete Games -- 0, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010,

                                                   2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017

 

Consecutive Games, No Complete Games - 505, Aug. 13, 2001 - July 19, 2008

 

Most Runs Allowed -- 400, 1998

 

Most Runs Allowed, Game -- 25, Aug. 16, 2002 (at Oneonta 25, Lowell 9)

                                                         Aug. 29, 2003 (Auburn 25, Lowell 4)

 

Most Runs Allowed, Shutout - 11, Aug. 24, 2009 at Aberdeen

                                                           July 10, 2014 vs. Staten Island

 

Most Runs Allowed, Inning - 13, Aug. 29, 2003 vs. Auburn (1st)

 

Consecutive Games, 10 Runs Allowed - 3, July 13-15, 2010

 

Fewest Runs Allowed - 262, 2013

 

Most Hits Allowed -- 685, 1998

 

Most Hits Allowed, Game -- 26, Aug. 25, 1998 vs. Hudson Valley

 

Most Hits Allowed, Extra-Inning Game -- 20, Aug. 13, 2000 at Williamsport (14 inn)

 

Consecutive Games, 10 or More Hits Allowed - 7, Aug. 28 - Sept. 3, 2008

 

Fewest Hits Allowed - 541, 2009

 

Most Home Runs Allowed -- 48, 1999, 2004

 

Most Home Runs Allowed, Game -- 4, July 28, 2002 vs. Hudson Valley

                                                                  July 16, 2004 vs. Vermont

                                                                 Aug. 7, 2007 at State College

                                                                 Aug. 21, 2011 vs. Staten Island

 

Consecutive Home Runs Allowed, Game - 3, Aug. 7, 2007 at State College (4th inning)

 

Fewest Home Runs Allowed -- 10, 2000

 

Consecutive Games, Home Runs Allowed -- 7, July 19-25, 1999 (9 HR)

                                                                               Aug. 9-16, 2004 (8 HR)

 

Consecutive Games, No Home Runs Allowed -- 17, Aug. 27, 1997 (2nd G) -

                                                                                             June 24, 1998 (156.1 IP)

 

Most Grand Slams Allowed -- 2, 2002, 2004, 2010

 

Fewest Grand Slams Allowed -- 0, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013

 

Most Walks Allowed -- 326, 2011

 

Most Walks Allowed, Game - 14, July 10, 2011 vs. Hudson Valley

 

Most Walks Allowed, Extra-Inning Game -- 18, July 28, 2008 at Vermont (18)

 

Fewest Walks Allowed - 143, 2003

 

Most Strikeouts - 711, 2004

 

Most Strikeouts, Game -- 17, Several times (Last: Aug. 11, 2004 at Vermont)

 

Strikeouts, Extra-Inning Game - 20, July 31, 2009 at Vermont (12)

 

Consecutive Strikeouts - 8, Aug. 21, 2007 at Tri-City (Hagadone 1, Blackley 7)

 

Most Games, 10 or More Strikeouts - 31, 2004

 

Consecutive Games, 10 or More Strikeouts -- 5, Aug. 20-24, 1996 (61 K, 49 IP)

                                                                                  Aug. 18-22, 2004 (60K, 45 IP)

                                                                                  July 6-10, 2009 (61K, 44 IP)

 

Fewest Strikeouts - 482, 2003

 

Most Opponents LOB, Game -- 14, Several times (Last: Aug. 5, 2007 vs.

                                                                                    Oneonta; One 18, Low 7)

 

Opponents LOB, Extra-Inning Game -- 20, Aug. 13, 2000 at Williamsport (14 inn.)

                                                                           July 18, 2008 at Vermont (18 inn.)

 

 

FIELDING

 

Most Errors -- 154, 1998

 

Most Errors, Game -- 8, June 24, 1998 vs. Batavia

 

Consecutive Games With Errors -- 19, Aug. 13-31, 1998 (44 E)

                                                                       June 17 - July 6, 1999 (54 E)

 

Most Errors, Inning -- 6, Aug. 25, 1997 at Vermont (6th inning)

 

Fewest Errors - 76, 2008

 

Consecutive Games, No Errors - 5, July 16-20, 2003

                                                            July 20-25, 2007

 

Most Double Plays - 72, 2003

 

Most Double Plays, Opponents -- 94, 2006

 

Most Double Plays, Game --  4, Several times (Last: June 13, 2014, vs. Vermont)

 

Most Double Plays, Extra-Inning Game - 5, Aug. 29, 2011 at Tri-City (10 innings, 1st)

 

Most Double Plays, Opponent, Game -- 4, Several times (Last: July 9, 2011, Hudson

                                                                                                Valley)

 

Most Double Plays, Opponent, Extra Inning Game - 4, July 31, 2009 at Vermont (12)

 

Most Stolen Bases Allowed -- 136, 1999

 

Most Stolen Bases Allowed, Game - 8, Aug. 26, 2007 vs. Staten Island

 

Fewest Stolen Bases Allowed - 54, 2014

 

Most Opponents Caught Stealing -- 65, 2000

 

Most Opponents Caught Stealing, Game -- 5, June 27, 2000 at New Jersey

 

Fewest Opponents Caught Stealing-24, 2003

 

 

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

 

BATTING

 

Most Games -- 72, Shea Hillenbrand, 1996

                                Jeremy West, 2003

 

Most Games, Career - 170, Joantoni Garcia, 2009-11

 

Highest Batting Average (150 AB) -- .340, Michael Jones, 2007

 

Highest BA, Righthanded (150 AB) -- .333, Sam Travis, 2014

 

Highest BA, Lefthanded (150 AB) -- .340, Michael Jones, 2007

 

Highest BA, Switch (150 AB) -- .328, Jed Lowrie, 2005

 

Highest Slugging Percentage (150 AB) -- .549, Luis Sumoza, 2008

 

Highest SP, Righthanded (150 AB) -- .549, Luis Sumoza, 2008

 

Highest SP, Lefthanded (150 AB) -- .484, Ryan Westmoreland, 2009

 

Highest SP, Switch (150 (AB) -- .448, Jed Lowrie, 2005

 

Highest On-Base Percentage (150 AB) -- .512, Kevin Youkilis, 2001

 

Most At-Bats -- 300, Keury de la Cruz, 2011

 

Most At-Bats, Career - 527, Joantoni Garcia, 2009-11

 

Most Runs - 54, Derrik Gibson, 2009

 

Most Runs, Game -- 5, Kevin Youkilis, July 26, 2001 at Pittsfield

                                        Bubba Bell, July 19, 2006 vs. State College

 

Consecutive Games, Runs -- 9, Angel Santos, July 25 - August 3, 1998 (11 R)

                                                     Ryan Kalish, June 25-July 5 (2nd game), 2007 (14 R)

                                                     Deven Marrero, July 14-24 (1st game), 2012 (10 R)

  CJ Chatham, August 22-30, 2016 (11 R)

 

Most Runs, Career -- 69, Victor Acosta, 2015-2017

 

Most Hits -- 88, Shea Hillenbrand, 1996

 

Most Hits, Game -- 5, Many (Last: Mauricio Dubon, Aug. 29, 2014 vs. Aberdeen)

 

Consecutive Hits -- 8, Edgar Martinez (July 22-23, 2001)

                                    Jay Johnson (Aug. 29 - Sept. 1, 2005, 3 BB)

 

Most Hits, Career - 119, Victor Acosta, 2015-2017

 

Longest Hitting Streak -- 21, Moises "Mo" Rojas, July 5-30, 1998

 

Hitting Streak, Start of Lowell Career - 12, Matt Mercurio, June 21 - July 4, 2005

    Yahmed Yema, June 21 - July 5, 2005

 

Consecutive Games Reaching Base Safely -- 46, Kevin Youkilis, July 1 - Aug. 23, 2001

 

Consecutive 4-Hit Games -- 2, Edgar Martinez, July 22-23, 2001 (8 H)

 

Consecutive 3-Hit Games - 4, Ryan Kalish, July 11-14, 2007 (12 H)

 

Consecutive Multiple-Hit Games -- 6, Angel Mendoza, July 9-14, 1998 (13 H)

  Mike Goss, July 18-24, 2002 (13 H)

                                                               David Chester, June 19-24, 2012 (13 H)

 

Most Extra-Base Hits -- 30, Carlos Rodriguez, 1999 (13 2B, 5 3B, 12 HR)

                                                Jorge Jimenez, 2007 (23 2B, 3 3B, 4 HR)

 

Most XBH, Righthanded -- 30, Carlos Rodriguez, 1999 (13 2B, 5 3B, 12 HR)

 

Most XBH, Lefthanded - 30, Jorge Jimenez, 2007 (23 2B, 3 3B, 4 HR)

 

Most XBH, Switch -- 21, Cesar Saba, 1999 (16 2B, 3 3B, 2 HR)

 

Most Extra-Base Hits, Game - 4, Travis Shaw, July 2, 2011 at Connecticut (3 2B, HR)

 

Consecutive Games With Extra-Base Hits - 6, Chris McGuiness (July 17-22, 2009

                                                                                6 2B)

 

Most Extra-Base Hits, Career -- 43, Mario Campos, 2001-02 (31-1-11)

 

Most Doubles - 23, Jorge Jimenez, 2007

 

Most Doubles, Game -- 3, Many (Last: Chad De La Guerra, June 26, 2015 vs Aberdeen (3 2B)

 

Most Doubles, Career -- 31, Mario Campos, 2001-02

 

Most Triples - 9, Michael Meyers, 2014

 

Most Triples, Game -- 3, Michael Meyers, Aug. 25, 2014 at Connecticut

 

Most Home Runs -- 12, Carlos Rodriguez, 1999

 

Most Home Runs, Career - 12, Carlos Rodriguez, 1999

                                                      Seth Schwindenhammer, 2010-12

 

Most HR, Righthanded -- 12, Carlos Rodriguez, 1999

 

Most HR, Lefthanded - 9, Seth Schwindenhammer, 2011

 

Most HR, Switch - 7, Luis Soto, 2005

  Luis Alexander Basabe, 2015

 

Most HR Career, Righthanded - 12, Carlos Rodriguez, 1999

 

Most HR Career, Lefthanded - 12, Seth Schwindenhammer, 2010-12

 

Most HR Career, Switch - 7, Luis Soto, 2005

  Luis Alexander Basabe, 2015

 

Most Home Runs, Game -- 2, Held by many (Last: Tucker Tubbs, August 21, 2016 vs. Brooklyn)

 

Consecutive Games Hitting Home Runs -- 3, Carlos Rodriguez, June 24-26, 1999 (3)

                                                                             Luis Sumoza, July 20-22, 2008 (3)

                                                                             Will Middlebrooks, June 26-28, 2011 (3)

 

Most Grand Slams - 2, Yamaico Navarro, 2007

 

Most Grand Slams, Career - 2, Yamaico Navarro, 2007, 2009

                                                       Seth Schwindenhammer, 2010-12

 

Most Leadoff Home Runs - 2, Mitch Dening, 2008

  Jerry Downs, 2016

 

Most Total Bases - 117, Keury de la Cruz, 2011

 

Most Total Bases, Game -- 10, Brian Wiese, July 29, 1999 vs. Vermont (2 HR, 1 2B)

                                                    Matt Van Der Bosch, Aug. 28, 2004 at Oneonta

                                                            (1 HR, 2 3B)

                                                    Reid Engel, July 3, 2006 at Tri-City (2 HR, 2 1B)

                                                    Luis Sumoza, Aug. 17, 2008 vs. Aberdeen (2 HR, 1 2B)

                                                    Travis Shaw, July 2, 2011 at Connecticut (3 2B, HR)

 

Most RBI - 48, Luis Soto, 2005

 

Most RBI, Righthanded -- 47, Carlos Rodriguez, 1999

 

Most RBI, Lefthanded - 44, Jorge Jimenez, 2007

 

Most RBI, Switch - 48, Luis Soto, 2005

           

Most RBI, Game -- 7, Brian Wiese, July 29, 1999 vs. Vermont

                                    Mike Chambers, Aug. 24, 2006 at Tri-City

 

Most RBI, Game, All Team's RBI -- 7, Brian Wiese, July 29, 1999

                                                                        vs. Vermont (W 7-2)

 

Most RBI, Career -- 59, Mario Campos, 2001-02

 

Consecutive Games With RBI -- 6, Dustin Brown, Aug. 24-30, 2002 (7 RBI)

                                                            Kevin Jordan, July 6-14, 2003 (6 RBI)

                                                            Sal Paniagua, July 14 (1st)-July 18, 2004 (12 RBI)

                                                            Daniel Bethea, Aug. 1-7, 2013 (7 RBI)

                                                            Sam Travis, July 26-31, 2014 (9 RBI)

 

Most Walks -- 70, Kevin Youkilis, 2001

 

Most Walks, Game - 5, Ryan Dent, June 29, 2008 vs. Oneonta

 

Consecutive Games, Walks -- 14, Kevin Youkilis, July 1-17, 2001 (25 walks)

 

Most Hit By Pitches - 16, Jorge Jimenez, 2007

 

Consecutive Plate Appearances Reaching Base Safely - 11, Jay Johnson, Aug. 29-

                                                                                                     Sept. 1, 2005 (8 H, 3 BB)

                                                                                                     Ryan Kalish, July 12-14,

                                                                                                     2007 (8 H, 3 BB)

 

Most Strikeouts - 106, Seth Schwindenhammer, 2011

 

Most Strikeouts, Game -- 5, Bryan Barnowski, July 1, 2001 vs. Utica

                                                Salvador Paniagua, June 30, 2004 (1st) at Oneonta

                                                Mitch Stachowsky, July 15, 2005 at Jamestown

                                                Seth Schwindenhammer, Aug. 14, 2011 at Jamestown

 

Most Strikeouts, Extra-Inning Game -- 5, Carlos Aleman, July 29, 2002 vs. HV (18)

                                                                        Jon de Vries, June 29, 2003 at Oneonta (13)

                                                                        Jose Colorado, Aug. 26, 2013 vs. Ab. (11)

 

Consecutive Strikeouts -- 7, Bryan Barnowski, June 30 - July 1, 2001

 

Strikeouts, Consecutive At-Bats - 10, Jon de Vries, June 29 - July 1, 2003 (2 HBP)

 

Most Strikeouts, Career - 178, Seth Schwindenhammer, 2010-12

 

Most Stolen Bases - 38, Felix Sanchez, 2010

 

Most Stolen Bases, Game - 4, Felix Sanchez, Aug. 5, 2010 at Williamsport

                                                   Jose Garcia, Aug. 24, 2011 at Staten Island

 

Most Stolen Bases, Career -- 38, Felix Sanchez, 2010

 

PITCHING

 

Most Games -- 29, John Duffy, 1996

 

Most Games, Career - 42, Tom Cochran, 2003-04

                                            Charle Rosario, 2008-10

 

Lowest ERA (.8 IP/G) - 1.40, William Cuevas, 2012

 

Lowest ERA, Righthanded (.8 IP/G) - 1.40, William Cuevas, 2012

 

Lowest ERA, Lefthanded .8 IP/G) - 1.52, Jose Alvarez, 2009

 

Most Victories - 9, Denyi Reyes, 2017

 

Most Victories, Righthanded - 9, Denyi Reyes, 2017

                                               

Most Victories, Lefthanded - 8, Jose Alvarez, 2009

 

Consecutive Victories - 7, Denyi Reyes (July 27, 2017- August 30, 2017)

 

Most Victories, Career - 10, Mario Pena, 2005-06

    Tyler Wilson, 2010-12

 

Most Losses -- 9, Matt Kinney, 1996

                             

Consecutive Losses -- 6, Terry Hayden, 1997

                                          J.T. Zink, 2005-06

                                          Cesar Cabral, 2009

                                          Hunter Cervenka, 2011

                                          Zach Good, 2012

 

Most Losses, Career - 13, Madison Younginer, 2010-11

 

Most Saves -- 16, Chuck Beale, 1996

 

Most Shutouts - 2, Jose Alvarez, 2009

 

Consecutive Scoreless Innings - 29, Denyi Reyes (July 21, 2017 - August 20, 2017)

 

Scoreless Innings, Start of Lowell Career -- 13.2, Danny Lampley, June 27 - July 12,                                                                                         1998

 

Most Complete Games -- 2, Bobby Rodgers, 1996

    Jose Alvarez, 2009

 

Most Innings -- 90.0, Bobby Rodgers, 1996

 

Most Innings, Career - 135, Yeiper Castillo, 2008-09

                                               Raynel Velette, 2011-13

 

Most Runs Allowed -- 63, Rick Riccobono, 1999

 

Most Runs Allowed, Career - 95, Hunter Cervenka, 2010-11

 

Most Runs Allowed, Game -- 12, Bob Slomkowski, Aug. 25, 1998 vs. Hudson Valley                                                                 (2.2 IP)

                                                        Jose Vaquedano, Aug. 16, 2002 at Oneonta (2.2 IP)

 

Most Hits Allowed - 97, Mario Pena, 2005

 

Most Hits Allowed, Game -- 13, Rick O'Dette, July 12, 1997 at Batavia (5.2 IP)

 

Most Hits Allowed, Career - 148, Tyler Wilson, 2010-12

 

Most Home Runs Allowed - 11, Adam Blackley, 2005

 

Most Home Runs Allowed, Game - 4, Miguel Socolovich, Aug. 7, 2007 at State                                                                                     College

 

Most Home Runs Allowed, Career - 14, Adam Blackley, 2004-05, 2007

                                                                     Raynel Velette, 2011-13

 

Most Grand Slams Allowed - 2, Charle Rosario, 2010

 

Most Innings, No Home Runs Allowed -- 87.1, Matt Kinney, 1996

 

Most Walks -- 44, Matt Kinney, 1996

 

Most Walks, Game -- 7, Rick O'Dette, Aug. 12, 1997 at Vermont

                                         Eric Beattie, July 25, 2007 at Jamestown

 

Consecutive Innings, No Walks - 52 1/3, Jarrett Gardner (June 19-Aug. 26, 2003)

                                                            (start of career)

 

Most Walks, Career - 82, Hunter Cervenka, 2010-11

 

Most Strikeouts -- 108, Bobby Rodgers, 1996

 

Most Strikeouts, Righthanded -- 108, Bobby Rodgers, 1996

 

Most Strikeouts, Lefthanded - 86, Adam Blackley, 2005

 

Most Strikeouts, Game -- 16, Bobby Rodgers, July 3, 1996 vs. Utica

 

Most Strikeouts, First Lowell Game -- 10, Phil Dumatrait, Aug. 30, 2001 vs. New                                                                                  Jersey

 

Most Strikeouts, Game, LHP -- 11, Andy Hazlett, Aug. 14, 1997 vs. Erie

                                                            Mauricio Lara, July 27, 2000 vs. Mahoning Valley

 

Most Strikeouts, Game, Reliever - 11, Jeremy Kehrt, July 9, 2009 vs. Tri-City (6 IP)

 

Most Strikeouts, Career - 156, Adam Blackley, 2004-05, 2007

 

Consecutive Strikeouts -- 7, Phil Dumatrait, Aug. 30, 2001 vs. New Jersey

                                                Hunter Jones, Aug. 31, 2005 vs. Vermont

                                                Adam Blackley, Aug. 21, 2007 at Tri-City

 

Consecutive Strikeouts, Start of Lowell Career -- 6, Charlie Weatherby, June 21, 2001

                                                                                    vs. Staten Island

 

Most 10-K Games -- 3, Bobby Rodgers, 1996

 

Consecutive 10-K Games -- 2, Bobby Rodgers, July 3 & 9, 1996 (27 K)

                                                    Seung Jun Song, July 6 & 12, 2000 (22 K)

                                                    Anibal Sanchez, Aug. 21 & 26, 2004 (20 K)

 

Highest K/IP Ratio (62 IP) -- 13.36, Danny Lampley, 1998 (95/64)

 

FIELDING

 

Most Errors -- 34, Cesar Saba (SS), 1999

 

Most Games, No Errors -- 44, Will Smith (OF), 2000

 

Most Errors, Game -- 4, Cesar Saba, June 18, 1999 vs. Utica (SS)

                                          Claudio Arias, Aug. 29, 2003 vs. Auburn (3B)

 

Most Errors, Extra- Inning Game -- 4, Jose Olmeda, Sept. 3, 1997 at Vermont (SS, 11)

 

Most Errors, Pitcher -- 5, Matt Kinney, 1996

                                            Anibal Sanchez, 2004

 

Consecutive Games, Pitcher, No Errors - 42, Tom Cochran, Jun 18, 2003 -

                                                                               Sept. 3, 2004

 

Most Errors, Catcher -- 12, Salvador Paniagua, 2004

 

Consecutive Games, Catcher, No Errors - 39, Jim Buckley, Aug. 28, 2002 -

                                                                                    Sept. 2, 2003

                                                                               Ty Weeden, June 20 -

                                                                                    Sept. 5, 2007

 

Most Caught Stealing, Game, Catcher -- 5, Dan Mooney, June 27, 2000 at New Jersey

                                                                        (2 SB, 5 CS)

 

Most Errors, First Base -- 17, Shea Hillenbrand, 1996

 

Consecutive Games, First Base, No Errors -- 36, Mike Dwyer, Jul 18 - Aug. 28, 1999

 

Most Errors, Second Base - 16, Melvin Reyes, 2003

 

Consecutive Games, Second Base, No Errors -- 28, Ruben Lebron

                                                                                    July 7 1996 - Aug 10, 1997

 

Most Errors, Third Base - 23, Claudio Arias, 2003

 

Consecutive Games, Third Base, No Errors - 20, Jorge Jimenez, July 5 (2nd)-27, 2007

 

Most Errors, Shortstop -- 34, Cesar Saba, 1999

 

Consecutive Games, Shortstop, No Errors -- 21, Raul Nieves, Aug 16 - Sep 6, 2000

 

Most Errors, Outfield -- 12, Marcus "Mac" Howard, 1997

 

Consecutive Games, Outfield, No Errors - 59, Ronald Bermudez (Sept. 4, 2008 -

                                                                        Aug, 25, 2009, 1 in 2008, 58 in 2009)

 

 

NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS

 

No-Hitters - Jeffrey Farrell and Yulkin German, Aug. 13, 2005 at Hudson Valley                                     (W, 2-0)

 

1- Hitters -- Matt Kinney, Steve Smetana, and John Duffy, Aug. 30, 1996 vs. Hudson

                                    Valley (12 IP, 2 hits in 13th, L, 1-0)

                     Rick O'Dette, July 17, 1997 vs. Utica (5 IP, W, 7-1)

                     Mauricio Lara, Mark Martinez, and Ian Perio, June 22, 2000 vs. Pittsfield

                                    (W, 1-0)

                     Felix Villegas, Brian Bentley, and Dan Giese, June 26, 2000 at New

                                    Jersey (W, 4-1)

                     Wayne Lundgren, Kevin Ool, Brian Marshall, and Zak Basch,

                                    Aug. 4, 2003 vs. Vermont (7 IP, 2nd game, W, 4-1)

                      Brock Huntzinger, July 20, 2008 at Tri-City (W, 9-0, 6 innings, rain)

                      Francisco Taveras, Carlos Pinales, and Kyle Martin, July 28, 2013 vs.

                                    Vermont (7 IP, 2nd game, W, 1-0)

 

Wins by Position Players - Roberto Ramos, IF, Sept. 4, 2011 at Connecticut

                                                            (2 IP, 0H, 0R, 0BB, 1K, 1HBP)

 

Triple Plays -- Aug. 12, 1996 at Watertown (RF Alayon-1B Fuentes-SS Olmeda, 5th)

 

Grand Slams -- 1. Steve Lomasney, June 27, 1996 vs. Batavia

                           2. Javier Fuentes, July 3, 1996 vs. Utica

                           3. Jose Olmeda, Aug. 6, 1996 vs. St. Catherines

                           4. Corey Jenkins, Aug. 17, 1996 vs. Vermont (game-ending)

                           5. Chad Alevras, July 18, 1997 vs. Auburn (1st pro hit)

                           6. Keith Hart, July 13, 1998 at Hudson Valley

                           7. Carlos Rodriguez, July 22, 1999 vs. Pittsfield

                           8. Mario Campos, July 26, 2001 at Pittsfield

                           9. Brandon Moss, July 3, 2003 at Tri-City

                        10. Robert Evans, Aug. 6, 2003 at Oneonta (1st game)

                        11. John Otness, July 31, 2004 at Brooklyn

                        12. Mike Chambers, Aug. 24, 2006 at Tri-City

                        13. Luis Segovia, Sept. 5, 2006 at Aberdeen

                        14. Yamaico Navarro, July 14, 2007 vs. Auburn

                        15. Yamaico Navarro, July 29, 2007 at Hudson Valley

                        16. Ryan Lavarnway, Aug. 25, 2008 at Staten Island

                        17. Kolbrin Vitek, July 13, 2010 vs. Brooklyn

                        18. Seth Schwindenhammer, July 5, 2011 vs. Connecticut (1st game)

                        19. Seth Schwindenhammer, July 4, 2012 at Auburn

                        20. Cleuluis Rondon, July 6, 2013 at Tri-City

  21. Chris Madera, July 18, 2016 vs. State College

 

Pinch Home Runs -- Keith Goodwin, Aug. 14, 1997 vs. Erie

                                    Justin Sherrod, Aug. 25, 2000 vs. Williamsport

                                    Rafael Cabreja, July 21, 2008 at Tri-City

                                    Christian Vazquez, July 9, 2009 vs. Tri-City

 

Inside-the-Park Home Runs -- Elvis Alayon, July 17, 1997 vs. Utica

                                                     Matt Van Der Bosch, Aug. 28, 2004 at Oneonta

                                                     Manuel Margot, Aug. 21, 2013 at Connecticut

                                                     Mauricio Dubon, July 21, 2014 at Auburn

                                                     Deiner Lopez, Aug. 23, 2014 at Aberdeen

  Frankie Rios, July 12, 2017 at Batavia

 

Game-Ending HR -- 1. Elvis Alayon, July 27, 1996 vs. Pittsfield (9th, 0 out. 0 on)

                                   2. Corey Jenkins, Aug. 17, 1996 vs. Vermont (9th, 1 out, 3 on)

                                   3. Tony James, July 10, 1998 vs. St. Catherines (9th, 0 out, 0 on)

                                   4. Alec Porzel, June 19, 2001 vs. Staten Island (9th, 2 out, 1 on)

                                   5. Adrian Alcala, July 11, 2002 vs. Jamestown (10th, 2 out, 1 on)

                                   6. Dominic Ramos, Aug. 28, 2005 vs. Tri-City (11th, 0 out, 0 on)

                                   7. Dan Milano, July 20, 2007 vs. Williamsport (10th, 1 out, 1 on)

                                   8. Carlos Fernandez-Oliva, Aug. 19, 2007 vs. Vermont (10th, 1 out,

                                                0 on)

                                    9. Luis Sumoza, June 20, 2008 vs. Vermont (9th, 2 out, 2 on)

                                 10. Jeff Natale, July 22, 2008 vs. State College (9th, 2 out, 0 on)

  11. Jerry Downs, July 28, 2016 vs. Batavia (10th, 0 out, 1 on)

 

Consecutive HR -- 1. Mike Dwyer & Steve Minus, June 20, 1999 vs. New Jersey (1st)

                                2. Cesar Saba & Lew Ford, July 30, 1999 vs. Vermont (1st)

                                3. Dustin Brisson & Justin Sherrod, June 27, 2000 at NJ (9th)

                                4. Alberto Concepcion & Jeff Ontiveros, July 25, 2002 at Vt. (3rd)

                                5. Mitch Stachowsky & Yahmed Yema, July 3, 2005 at Tri-City (9th)

                                6. Jacoby Ellsbury & Dominic Ramos, July 19, 2005 vs. Batavia (4th)

                                7. Jay Johnson & Jed Lowrie, Aug. 11, 2005 at Hudson Valley (4th)

                                8. Jay Johnson & Dustin Kelly, Aug. 25, 2005 at Vermont (2nd)

                                9. Luis Segovia (grand slam) & Paul Smyth, Sept. 5, 2006 at                                                    Aberdeen (6th)

                              10. Chris McGuiness & Michael Almanzar, July 10, 2009 at

                                    Vermont (4th)

                              11. Bryce Brentz & Brandon Jacobs, June 28, 2010, at Connecticut

                                    (6th)

                              12. Will Middlebrooks & Travis Shaw, June 27, 2011 vs. Vermont                                            (6th)

                              13. Garin Cecchini & Travis Shaw, July 8, 2011 at Aberdeen (9th)

                              14. Nathan Minnich & Nick Moore, Aug. 11, 2013 at Staten Island

                                    (7th)

 

Two-HR Games -- 1. Jose Olmeda, Aug. 6, 1996 vs. St. Catharines

                                 2. Marcus "Mac" Howard, July 19, 1997 vs. Auburn

                                 3. Steve Minus, July 16, 1999 vs. Oneonta

                                 4. Carlos Rodriguez, July 22, 1999 vs. Pittsfield

                                 5. Brian Wiese, July 29, 1999 vs. Vermont

                                 6. Salvador Paniagua, Sept. 1, 2004 vs. Hudson Valley

                                 7. Luis Soto, Aug. 13, 2005 vs. Oneonta

                                 8. Reid Engel, July 3, 2006 at Tri-City

                                 9. Ryan Kalish, July 12, 2007 vs. Batavia

                                10. Ryan Dent, June 19, 2008 vs. Tri-City

                                11. Luis Sumoza, Aug. 17, 2008 vs. Aberdeen

                                12. Seth Schwindenhammer, July 18, 2011 at Brooklyn

                                13. Kevin Heller, Sept. 5, 2012 at Brooklyn

                                14. Jake Romanski, Aug. 25, 2013 at Hudson Valley

                                15. Nick Moore, July 14, 2014 vs. Mahoning Valley

  16. Luis Alexander Basabe, June 30, 2015 at Vermont

  17. Luis Alexander Basabe, July 8, 2015 vs. West Virginia

  18. Andrew Benintendi, August 11, 2015 at Tri-City

  19. Bobby Dalbec, August 18, 2016 vs. Connecticut

  20. Tucker Tubbs, August 21, 2016 vs. Brooklyn

  21. CJ Chatham, August 26, 2016 at Tri-City

  22. Nick Sciortino, August 20, 2017 at Staten Island

 

HR First Lowell At-Bat -- Mario Campos, June 21, 2001 vs. Staten Island (1st pro AB)

 

HR Clearing Batter's Eye at LeLacheur Park

1. Carlos Rodriguez, Lowell, June 20, 1999 vs. New Jersey

2. Charlton Jimerson, Pittsfield Astros, Aug, 18, 2001

 

Five-Hit Games -- Edwin Falcon, Aug. 30, 1998 vs. Pittsfield

                                Henry Borjas, Aug. 15, 2000 at Mahoning Valley

                                Kris Coffey, June 26, 2001 at Oneonta

                                Greg Stone, July 29, 2002 vs. Hudson Valley (18)

                                Manny Arambarris, July 26, 2006 vs. Aberdeen

                                Yamaico Navarro, Aug. 30, 2007 vs. Tri-City

                                Drew Turocy, July 2, 2011 at Connecticut

                                Joseph Monge, Aug. 17, 2014 at Hudson Valley

                                Mauricio Dubon, Aug. 29, 2014 vs. Aberdeen

  Garrett Benge, July 20, 2017 at Aberdeen

 

Consecutive Four-Hit Games -- Edgar Martinez, July 22-23, 2001

 

Two Hits, Inning -- 1. Jose Olmeda, Aug. 2, 1997 vs. Pittsfield (2 singles, 7th)

                                  2. Edwin Falcon, Aug. 30, 1998 vs. Pittsfield (double, single, 3rd)

                                  3. Joe Kerrigan Jr., June 22, 1999 vs. New Jersey (2 singles, 8th)

                                  4. Jeff Waldron, July 26, 1999 at Staten Island (HR, single, 9th)

                                  5. Brian Esposito, Aug. 15, 2000 at Mah. Val. (2B, HR, 6th)

                                  6. Ignacio "Iggy" Suarez, June 24, 2003 vs. Vermont (2 singles, 4th)

  7. David Murphy, June 24, 2003 vs. Vermont (single, double, 4th)

  8. Rob Cucinotta, June 24, 2003 vs. Vermont (2 singles, 4th)

                                  9. Ryan Kalish, Aug. 28, 2006 at Vermont (2 singles, 8th)

                                 10. Tim Roberson, Aug. 19, 2011 vs. Batavia (single, double, 4th)

                                 11. Bryan Hudson, July 26, 2014 vs. Hudson Val. (single, triple, 1st)

 

Pitchers Batting -- Noe Villalobos, Aug. 11, 1997 vs. Vermont (K, 8th)

 

Stealing Home -- Freddie Money, July 12, 2001 vs. Auburn (7th)

                              Alex Penalo, July 22, 2004 at Auburn (4th)

  Jordan Wren, July 4, 2017 at Aberdeen

 

.300 Batting Average (150 AB)

 

.340 …… Michael Jones, 2007

.333 …… Sam Travis, 2014

.332.........Tyler Hill, 2016

.330 ......... Mark Fischer, 1997

.328 ……  Jed Lowrie, 2005

.323 ……  Felix Sanchez, 2010

.322 ......... Edgar Martinez, 2001

.321 ……. Mitch Dening, 2008

.320 ……. Mauricio Dubon, 2014

.317 ......... Kevin Youkilis, 2001

.315 ......... Shea Hillenbrand, 1996

.314 ......... Joe Kerrigan Jr., 1999

.311 ……. Danny Mars, 2014

.307 ……. Carlos Fernandez-Oliva, 2007

.305 ......... Ruben Lebron, 1997

.304 ......... Tim Kratochvil, 1996

.303 ……. Jorge Jimenez, 2007

.302 ……. Wilfred Pichardo, 2009

.301 ……. Luis Sumoza, 2008

.301 ……. Yahmed Yema, 2005

.301 ......... David Eckstein, 1997

 

10-Game Hitting Streaks

 

21 ............. Moises "Mo" Rojas, 1998

20 ………. Luis Soto, 2005

19 ………. John Otness, 2004

17 ……… Aaron Bates, 2006

17............Marino Campana, 2017

16 ……… Luis Sumoza, 2008

16 ............. Keith Hart, 1998

15 ............. Mark Fischer, 1997

14 ………. Nick Longhi, 2014

14 ............ Shea Hillenbrand, 1996

13..............Roldani Baldwin, 2016

13 ………. Chris McGuiness, 2009

13 ………. Zak Farkes, 2006

13 ............. Cesar Saba, 1999

13 ............. Cesar Saba, 1999

12 …….. . Yahmed Yema, 2005 (start of Lowell career)

12 ……..   Matt Mercurio, 2005 (start of Lowell career)

12 ............. Ryan Brunner, 2001

12 ...............Freddy Sanchez, 2000

12 ............. Shea Hillenbrand, 1996

11...............Tyler Hill, 2016

11 ………. Danny Mars, 2014

11 ............. Nick Moore, 2013

11 ………. Ryan Westmoreland, 2009

11 ………. Michael Jones, 2007

11 ..............Jeff Ontiveros, 2002

11 ...........   Mike Goss, 2002

11 ............. Kevin Youkilis, 2001

11 .............. Mike Dwyer, 1999

11 ............. Javier Fuentes, 1996

10 ………. Sam Travis, 2014

10 ………. David Renfroe, 2010

10 ………. Bubba Bell, 2006

10 ..............Hanley Ramirez, 2002 (start of Lowell career)

10 ............. Edgar Martinez, 2001

10 ............. Joe Kerrigan Jr., 1999

10 ............ Chas Terni, 1998 (start of Lowell career)

10 ............ Corey Jenkins, 1996

 

2.00 ERA or Lower (.8 IP/G)

 

1.40 .......... William Cuevas, 2012

1.45............Denyi Reyes , 2017

1.50 …….. Kyle Weiland, 2008

1.52 …….. Jose Alvarez, 2009

1.77 …….. Anibal Sanchez, 2004

1.86...........Matt Kent, 2015

1.89 ........... Chris Elmore, 2000

1.90 ........... Bobby Rodgers, 1996

1.99 ........... Francisco Taveras, 2012

1.99 …….. Arty Santos, 2003

2.00 ........... Terrance Hill, 1998

 

10 Saves

 

16 ................Chuck Beale, 1996

15 …………Carlos Pinales, 2014

14 ……….. Felix Ventura, 2007

13 ……….. Joshua Papelbon, 2006

13 ............... Andy Priola, 2002

10 …………T. J. Large, 2006

10................Bobby Poyner, 2015

100 Strikeouts

 

108 ...............Bobby Rodgers, 1996

101 ……….. Anibal Sanchez, 2004

 

10-Strikeout Games

 

16 ................ Bobby Rodgers, July 3, 1996 vs. Utica

15 ................ Jack Cressend, Aug. 24, 1996 vs. Oneonta

14 ............... Danny Lampley, Aug. 28, 1998 vs. Auburn

12 .................Seung Jun Song, July 6, 2000 vs. Hudson Valley

12 ................ Kevin Huang, Sept. 5, 2001 at Utica

11 ................ Bobby Rodgers, July 9, 1996 at Williamsport

11 ............... Jack Cressend, Sept. 3, 1996 at Oneonta

11 ................ Andy Hazlett, Aug. 14, 1997 vs. Erie

11 .................Mauricio Lara, July 27, 2000 vs. Mahoning Valley

11 ………... Jeremy Kehrt, July 9, 2009 vs. Utica (relief)

10 ................ Bobby Rodgers, Aug. 1, 1996 vs. New Jersey

10 ................ Matt Kinney, Aug. 20, 1996 vs. Pittsfield

10 ................ Robb Welch, Aug. 31, 1996 vs. Hudson Valley

10 .................Matt Kinney, Sept. 4, 1996 at Oneonta

10 ................ Danny Lampley, July 12, 1998 vs. St. Catharines

10 ................ Jerome Gamble, June 22, 1999 vs. New Jersey

10 ................ Eric Glaser, June 30, 1999 vs. New Jersey

10 ................ Jerome Gamble, July 14, 1999 at Utica

10 ................ Seung Jun Song, July 12, 2000 at Utica

10 ................ Phil Dumatrait, Aug. 30, 2001 vs. New Jersey

10 ………… Anibal Sanchez, Aug. 21, 2004 at Tri-City

10 ………… Barry Hertzler, Aug. 24, 2004 vs. New Jersey (relief)

10 ………….Anibal Sanchez, Aug. 26, 2004 vs. New Jersey

10 ………… Adam Blackley, Aug. 5, 2005 vs. Williamsport

10 ………… Ryan Pressly, Aug. 26, 2009 at Aberdeen (relief)

10 ................ William Cuevas, July 12, 2012 vs. Mahoning Valley (relief)

 

10-Strikeout Games by Relievers

 

11 ………… Jeremy Kehrt, July 9, 2009 vs. Tri-City (6 IP)

10 ................ William Cuevas, July 12, 2012 vs. Mahoning Valley (5.2 IP)

10 ………… Ryan Pressly, Aug. 26, 2009 at Aberdeen (4 IP)

10 ………… Barry Hertzler, Aug. 24, 2004 vs. New Jersey (7 IP)

 

Striking Out the Side, 9 Pitches

 

Jonathan Papelbon, June 24, 2003 vs. Vermont (2nd)

 

 

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

 

Retired Number

25 - OF Ryan Westmoreland (2009), June 25, 2014

 

Player of the Year (Red Sox)

 

1996: Shea Hillenbrand (1B); 1997: Mark Fischer (OF); 1998: Angel Mendoza (OF); 1999: Joe Kerrigan, Jr. (2B); 2000: Freddy Sanchez (SS); 2001: Kevin Youkilis (3B); 2002: Hanley Ramirez (SS); 2003: Jeremy West (1B); 2004: Matt Van Der Bosch (OF)

                                                                                   

Pitcher of the Year (Red Sox)

 

1996: Bobby Rodgers; 1997: Andy Hazlett; 1998: Mark Cisar; 1999: Eric Glaser;

2000: Mauricio Lara; 2001: Brett Rudrude; 2002: Dave Pahucki; 2003: Jose Vaquedano; 2004: Anibal Sanchez.

 

Minor League Player of the Month (Red Sox)

 

Hanley Ramirez, August 2002; Derrik Gibson, June 2009.

 

Minor League Pitcher of the Month (Red Sox)

 

Bobby Rodgers, July 1996; Anibal Sanchez, August, 2004; William Cuevas, July, 2012.

 

NY-PL Player of the Month

Tyler Hill, July 2016

Bobby Dalbec, August/September 2016

Denyi Reyes, August/September 2017

NY-PL Batter of the Week

 

Hanley Ramirez, Aug. 13, 2002; Luis Soto, Aug. 7, 2005; Aaron Bates, July 3, 2006; Bubba Bell, July 17, 2006; Zach Daeges, July 24, 2006; Ryan Kalish, July 9, 2007; Luis Sumoza, Aug. 11, 2008; Wilfred Pichardo, Aug. 17, 2009; Travis Shaw, July 4, 2011; Garin Cecchini, July 25, 2011; David Chester, June 24, 2012; Mauricio Dubon, July 28, 2014; Andrew Benintendi, August 16, 2015; Bobby Dalbec August 15, 2016; Bobby Dalbec August 22, 2016; Marino Campana August 13, 2017.

 

NY-PL Pitcher of the Week

 

Jack Cressend, Aug. 19, 1996; Bobby Rodgers, Aug. 26, 1996; Andy Hazlett, Aug. 11, 1997; Mauricio Lara, June 20, 2000; Seung Jun Song, July 2, 2000; Arty Santos, July 21, 2003; R.J. Swindle, Aug. 3, 2004; Brock Huntzinger, June 17, 2008; Brock Huntzinger, July 19, 2008; Miguel Celestino, Aug. 8, 2010; Raynel Velette, June 24, 2012; Jamie Callahan, July 29 & Aug. 4, 2013; Daniel McGrath, Aug. 11, 2013; Aaron Wilkerson, Sept. 2, 2014; Danny Zandona, August 22, 2016

 

New York-Penn League All-Stars

 

1998: Angel Mendoza, OF; 

1999: Joe Kerrigan Jr., 2B; Carlos Rodriguez, OF;

2000: Mauricio Lara, LHP. 

2004: Anibal Sanchez, RHP.

2005: SS Jed Lowrie, RF Luis Soto, LHP Ryan Phillips.

2006: LF Zach Daeges, C Luis Exposito

2007: 1B Michael Jones, SS Yamaico Navarro, OF Ryan Kalish (injured), C Ty Weeden,

            RHP Felix Ventura

2008: OF Mitch Dening, RHP Stolmy Pimentel

2009: DH Ryan Westmoreland, IF Derrik Gibson, 1B Chris McGuiness, LHP Jose

            Alvarez, RHP Yeiper Castillo

2010: CF Felix Sanchez, SS Jose Garcia

2011: 3B Garin Cecchini, OF Keury de la Cruz, OF Matty Johnson, OF Seth

Schwindenhammer

2012: RHP William Cuevas, LHP Francisco Taveras, IF-OF Dreily Guerrero.

2013: OF Kevin Mager, RHP Sergio Gomez, RHP Kyle Martin; RHP Joe Gunkel.

2014: OF Danny Mars, SS Mauricio Dubon, RHP Carlos Pinales, 3B Jordan Betts

2015: INF Victor Acosta, OF Luis Alexander Basabe, 2B Chad De La Guerra, RHP Edwar Garcia, 1B Josh Ockimey

2016: OF Tyler Hill, RHP Algenis Martinez, RHP Kuehl McEachern, OF Matt McLean, INF Carlos Tovar

2017: OF Yoan Aybar, 3B Garrett Benge, RHP Denyi Reyes

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