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International League Leaders Through June 7th

Through June 7th

Here is a look at the statistical leaders in the International League through June 7th.

BATTING AVERAGE
1. Jesse Winker (Louisville) – .318
2. Johnny Giavotella (Norfolk) – .314
3. Christopher Bostick (Indianapolis) – .313
4. Jason Leblebijian (Buffalo) – .310
5. Dwight Smith Jr. (Buffalo) – .308

RUNS
1. Rhys Hoskins (Lehigh Valley) – 42
2. Jake Bauers (Durham) – 40
3. Tyler Wade (Scranton/WB) – 40
4. Austin Meadows (Indianapolis) – 38
5. Yoan Moncada (Charlotte) – 37

HITS
1. Johnny Giavotella (Norfolk) – 71
2. Dustin Fowler (Scranton/WB) – 66
3. Tyler Wade (Scranton/WB) – 65
4. Nick Delmonico (Charlotte) – 63
5. Sebastian Elizalde (Louisville) – 63
6. Patrick Leonard (Durham) – 63

DOUBLES
1. Clint Frazier (Scranton/WB) – 17
2. Christopher Bostick (Indianapolis) – 15
3. Dustin Fowler (Scranton/WB) – 15
4. Johnny Giavotella (Norfolk) – 15
5. Rhys Hoskins (Lehigh Valley) – 15

TRIPLES
1. Dustin Fowler (Scranton/WB) – 7
2. Ozzie Albies (Gwinnett) – 4
3. Sebastian Elizalde (Louisville) – 4
4. Mallex Smith (Durham) – 4
5. 13 players tied with 3

HOME RUNS
1. Dylan Cozens (Lehigh Valley) – 14
2. Rhys Hoskins (Lehigh Valley) – 14
3. Pedro Alvarez (Norfolk) – 13
4. Max Moroff (Indianapolis) – 13
5. Danny Hayes (Charlotte) – 12
6. Nick Williams (Lehigh Valley) – 12

RUNS BATTED IN
1. Rhys Hoskins (Lehigh Valley) – 48
2. Richie Shaffer (Columbus) – 44
3. Dylan Cozens (Lehigh Valley) – 43
4. Danny Hayes (Charlotte) – 42
5. Pedro Alvarez (Norfolk) – 41

RUNS
1. Rhys Hoskins (Lehigh Valley) – 42
2. Jake Bauers (Durham) – 40
3. Tyler Wade (Scranton/WB) – 40
4. Austin Meadows (Indianapolis) – 38
5. Yoan Moncada (Charlotte) – 37

STOLEN BASES
1. Mallex Smith (Durham) – 16
2. Lane Adams (Gwinnett) – 15
3. Ozzie Albies (Gwinnett) – 15
4. Tyler Wade (Scranton/WB) – 14
5. Yoan Moncada (Charlotte) – 12


EARNED RUN AVERAGE
1. Marcus Walden (Pawtucket) – 2.08
2. Steven Brault (Indianapolis) – 2.14
3. Ben Lively (Lehigh Valley) – 2.40
4. Brett Oberholtzer (Buffalo) – 2.40
5. Caleb Smith (Scranton/WB) – 2.67

WINS
1. Jacob Faria (Durham) – 6
2. Ben Lively (Lehigh Valley) – 6
3. Ryan Merritt (Columbus) – 6
4. 10 players tied with 5

SAVES
1. Pedro Beato (Lehigh Valley) – 17
2. Arcenio Leon (Toledo) – 10
3. Kevin Shackelford (Louisville) – 8
4. Ernesto Frieri (Scranton/WB) – 7
5. Jimmy Yacabonis (Norfolk) – 7

STRIKEOUTS
1. Jacob Faria (Durham) – 84
2. Sean Newcomb (Gwinnett) – 74
3. Steven Brault (Indianapolis) – 66
4. Brent Honeywell (Durham) – 64
5. Henry Owens (Pawtucket) – 62
6. Lucas Sims (Gwinnett) – 62

WHIP
1. Ben Lively (Lehigh Valley) – 0.94
2. Caleb Smith (Scranton/WB) – 0.98
3. Jacob Faria (Durham) – 1.13
4. Andrew Albers (Gwinnett) – 1.15
5. Lucas Sims (Gwinnett) – 1.15

HOLDS
1. Daniel Stumpf (Toledo) – 10
2. Edward Mujica (Toledo) – 7
3. Caleb Dirks (Gwinnett) – 6
4. Adam Kolarek (Durham) – 6
5. Tyler Olson (Columbus) – 6

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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