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Eastern League Leaders Through May 4th

Through May 4th

Here are the Eastern League leaders through games played May 4th.

BATTING AVERAGE
1. Aneury Tavarez (Portland) – .377
2. Austin Wynns (Bowie) – .373
3. Kevin Kramer (Altoona) – .366
4. Ryan McMahon (Hartford) – .359
5. Andrew Stevenson (Harrisburg) – .350

RUNS
1. Scott Kingery (Reading) – 23
2. Mike Gerber (Erie) – 20
3. Max White (Hartford) – 18
4. Gunnar Heidt (New Hampshire) – 17
5. Cedric Mullins (Bowie) – 17
6. Zack Zehner (Trenton) – 17

HITS
1. Ryan McMahon (Hartford) – 33
2. Mike Gerber (Erie) – 32
3. Aderlin Rodriguez (Bowie) – 32
4. Garabez Rosa (Bowie) – 32
5. Mike Ford (Trenton) – 31

DOUBLES
1. Andrew Pullin (Reading) – 11
2. Hunter Cole (Richmond) – 10
3. Mike Gerber (Erie) – 10
4. Jordan Luplow (Altoona) – 9
5. Ryan McMahon (Hartford) – 9

TRIPLES
1. Josh Fuentes (Hartford) – 3
2. Carlos Tocci (Reading) – 3
3. Max White (Hartford) – 3
4. 10 players tied with 10

HOME RUNS
1. Yu-Cheng Chang (Akron) – 6
2. Scott Kingery (Reading) – 6
3. Andrew Pullin (Reading) – 6
4. Christin Stewart (Erie) – 6
5. Four players tied with 5

RUNS BATTED IN
1. Ryan McMahon (Hartford) – 20
2. Neftali Soto (Harrisburg) – 20
3. D.J. Stewart (Bowie) – 20
4. Scott Kingery (Reading) – 18
5. Andrew Pullin (Reading) – 18
6. Christin Stewart (Erie) – 18

RUNS
1. Scott Kingery (Reading) – 23
2. Mike Gerber (Erie) – 20
3. Max White (Hartford) – 18
4. Gunnar Heidt (New Hampshire) – 17
5. Cedric Mullins (Bowie) – 17
6. Zack Zehner (Trenton) – 17

STOLEN BASES
1. Champ Stuart (Binghamton) – 11
2. Greg Allen (Akron) – 9
3. Max White (Hartford) – 9
4. Patrick Biondi (Binghamton) – 8
5. Anthony Alford (New Hampshire) – 7
6. Roemon Fields (New Hampshire) – 7


EARNED RUN AVERAGE
1. Chance Adams (Trenton) – 0.64
2. Yency Almonte (Hartford) – 1.37
3. John Means (Bowie) – 1.40
4. Francisco Rios (New Hampshire) – 1.91
5. Mickey Jannis (Binghamton) – 1.93

WINS
1. Chance Adams (Trenton) – 4
2. Tate Scioneaux (Altoona) – 4
3. 15 players tied with 3

SAVES
1. Cale Coshow (Trenton) – 8
2. Montana DuRapau (Altoona) – 5
3. Alberto Baldonado (Binghamton) – 4
4. Reyes Moronta (Richmond) – 4
5. Jesen Therrien (Reading) – 4

STRIKEOUTS
1. Domingo German (Trenton) – 31
2. Brandon Barker (Bowie) – 30
3. Corey Oswalt (Binghamton) – 29
4. Ryan Castellani (Hartford) – 28
5. 6 players tied with 27

WHIP
1. Sam Coonrod (Richmond) – 0.85
2. John Simms (Harrisburg) – 0.87
3. Juilian Merryweather (Akron) – 0.90
4. Yency Almonte (Hartford) – 0.99
5. Chance Adams (Trenton) – 1.00

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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