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Eastern League Leaders Through May 25th

Through May 25th

Here is a look at the statistical leaders in the Eastern League through May 25th.

BATTING AVERAGE
1. Garabez Rosa (Bowie) – .339
2. Andrew Pullin (Reading) – .337
3. Thairo Estrada (Trenton) – .333
4. Miguel Gomez (Richmond) – .333
5. Kevin Kramer (Altoona) – .327

RUNS
1. Scott Kingery (Reading) – 42
2. Mike Gerber (Erie) – 30
3. Alec Keller (Harrisburg) – 26
4. Kevin Kramer (Altoona) – 26
5. Andrew Pullin (Reading) – 26

HITS
1. Garabez Rosa (Bowie) – 63
2. Andrew Pullin (Reading) – 55
3. Miguel Gomez (Richmond) – 54
4. Ryan McMahon (Hartford) – 53
5. Aderlin Rodriguez (Bowie) – 52

DOUBLES
1. Kevin Kramer (Altoona) – 15
2. Andrew Pullin (Reading) – 15
3. Ryan McMahon (Hartford) – 14
4. Neftali Soto (Harrisburg) – 14
5. Mike Gerber (Erie) – 13

TRIPLES
1. Josh Fuentes (Hartford) – 4
2. Scott Kingery (Reading) – 4
3. 10 players tied with 3

HOME RUNS
1. Scott Kingery (Reading) – 14
2. Christin Stewart (Erie) – 13
3. Andrew Pullin (Reading) – 10
4. Yu-Cheng Chang (Akron) – 9
5. Gabriel Quintana (Erie) – 9

RUNS BATTED IN
1. Garabez Rosa (Bowie) – 37
2. Christin Stewart (Erie) – 37
3. Neftali Soto (Harrisburg) – 32
4. Miguel Andujar (Trenton) – 31
5. Andrew Pullin (Reading) – 31

RUNS
1. Scott Kingery (Reading) – 42
2. Mike Gerber (Erie) – 30
3. Alec Keller (Harrisburg) – 26
4. Kevin Kramer (Altoona) – 26
5. Andrew Pullin (Reading) – 26

STOLEN BASES
1. Champ Stuart (Binghamton) – 16
2. Patrick Biondi (Binghamton) – 13
3. Max White (Hartford) – 12
4. Four tied with 9


EARNED RUN AVERAGE
1. Lucas Long (Bowie) – 1.85
2. Jalen Beeks (Portland) – 2.13
3. Corey Oswalt (Binghamton) – 2.25
4. Jaron Long (Harrisburg) – 2.79
5. Luis Lugo (Akron) – 2.95

WINS
1. Jalen Beeks (Portland) – 5
2. P.J. Conlon (Binghamton) – 5
3. Ronald Herrera (Trenton) – 5
4. David Hess (Bowie) – 5
5. Lucas Long (Bowie) – 5
6. Yefry Ramirez (Trenton) – 5
7. Tate Scioneaux (Altoons) – 5

SAVES
1. Cale Coshow (Trenton) – 10
2. Montana DuRapau (Altoona) – 8
3. James Farris (Hartford) – 7
4. Wander Suero (Harrisburg) – 7
5. Jesen Therrien (Reading) – 7

STRIKEOUTS
1. Julian Merryweather (Akron) – 52
2. Jalen Beeks (Portland) – 51
3. Yefry Ramirez (Trenton) – 49
4. P.J. Conlon (Binghamton) – 48
5. Ryan Castellani (Hartford) – 46

WHIP
1. Julian Merryweather (Akron) – 0.93
2. P.J. Conlon (Binghamton) – 1.04
3. John Simms (Harrisburg) – 1.08
4. Corey Oswalt (Binghamton) – 1.10
5. Yefry Ramirez (Trenton) – 1.11

John has recently graduated from the University at Albany with a B.A. in History and is currently finishing his Master's Degree there as well in secondary education. After being away from school for over two decades he decided to go back and work towards his dream of becoming a social studies teacher.

John has recently graduated from the University at Albany with a B.A. in History and is currently finishing his Master's Degree there as well in secondary education. After being away from school for over two decades he decided to go back and work towards his dream of becoming a social studies teacher.

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