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International League Leaders Through May 3rd

Through May3rd

Here is a look at the statistical leaders in the International League through May 3rd.

BATTING AVERAGE
1. Patrick Leonard (Durham Bulls) – .394
2. Ji-Man Choi (Scranton/WB RailRiders) – .345
3. Jorge Alfaro (Lehigh Valley IronPigs) – .333
4. Chris Bostick (Indianapolis Indians) – .333
5. Rhys Hoskins (Lehigh Valley IronPigs) – .333
6. Dwight Smith Jr. (Buffalo Bisons) – .333
7. Ruben Tejada (Scranton/WB RailRiders) – .333

RUNS
1. Jake Bauers (Durham Bulls) – 19
2. Yoan Moncada (Charlotte Knights) – 19
3. Rhys Hoskins (Lehigh Valley IronPigs) – 18
4. Patrick Leonard (Durham Bulls) – 18
5. Thomas Field (Rochester Red Wings) – 17
6. Erik Gonzalez (Columbus Clippers) – 17

HITS
1. Patrick Leonard (Durham Bulls) – 37
2. Chris Bostick (Indianapolis Indians) – 31
3. Yoan Moncada (Charlotte Knights) – 31
4. Nick Delmonico (Charlotte Knights) – 30
5. Erik Gonzalez (Columbus Clippers) – 30

DOUBLES
1. Ozzie Albies (Gwinnett Braves) – 8
2. Nick Delmonico (Charlotte Knights) – 8
3. Clint Frazier (Scranton/WB RailRiders) – 8
4. Johnny Giavotella (Norfolk Tides) – 8
5. Nick Williams (Lehigh Valley IronPigs) – 8
6. Bradley Zimmer (Columbus Clippers) – 8

TRIPLES
1. Sebastian Elizalde (Louisville Bats) – 3
2.Dustin Fowler (Scranton/WB RailRiders) – 3
3. Dayron Varona (Durham Bulls) – 3
4. 10 players tied with 2

HOME RUNS
1. Rhys Hoskins (Lehigh Valley IronPigs) – 7
2. Max Moroff (Indianapolis Indians) – 6
3. 7 players tied with 5

RBI
1. Dylan Cozens (Lehigh Valley IronPigs) – 17
2. Patrick Leonard (Durham Bulls) – 17
3. Lane Adams (Gwinnett Braves) – 16
4. Mel Rojas Jr. (Gwinnett Braves) – 16
5. Brandon Snyder (syracuse Chiefs) – 16

RUNS
1. Jake Bauers (Durham Bulls) – 19
2. Yoan Moncada (Charlotte Knights) – 19
3. Rhys Hoskins (Lehigh Valley IronPigs) – 18
4. Patrick Leonard (Durham Bulls) – 18
5. Tommy Field (Rochester Red Wings) – 17
6. Erik Gonzalez (Columbus Clippers) – 17

STOLEN BASES
1. Tyler Wade (Scranton/WB RailRiders) – 9
2. Ozzie Albies (Gwinnett Braves) – 8
3. Lane Adams (Gwinnett Braves) – 6
4. Yoan Moncada (Charlotte Knights) – 6
5. Juan Perez (Louisville Bats) – 6


EARNED RUN AVERAGE
1. Jose Berrios (Rochester Red Wings) – 1.09
2. Sal Romano (Louisville Bats) – 1.23
3. Chad Bell (Toledo Mud Hens) – 1.25
4. Henry Owens (Pawtucket Red Sox) – 1.35
5. Mike Clevinger (Columbus Clippers) – 1.50

WINS
1. Justin Marks (Durham Bulls) – 4
2. 13 players tied with 3

SAVES
1. Arcenio Leon (Toledo Mud Hens) – 7
2. Jimmy Yacabonis (Norfolk Tides) – 5
3. Pedro Beato (Lehigh Valley IronPigs) – 4
4. Ernesto Frieri (Scranton/WB RailRiders) – 4
5. David Hernandez (Gwinnett Braves) – 4
6. Diego Moreno (Durham Bulls) – 4

STRIKEOUTS
1. Jacob Faria (Durham Bulls) – 39
2. Jose Berrios (Rochester Red Wings) – 35
3. Sean Newcomb (Gwinnett Braves) – 35
4. Chad Green (Scranton/WB RailRiders) – 33
5. Mike Clevinger (Columbus Clippers) – 32
6. Henry Owens (Pawtucket Red Sox) – 32

WHIP
1. Jose Berrios (Rochester Red Wings) – 0.79
2. Ben Lively (Lehigh Valley IronPigs) – 0.83
3. Lucas Sims (Gwinnett Braves) – 0.84
4. Sal Romano (Louisville Bats) – 0.91
5. Tyler Eppler (Indianapolis Indians) – 0.95

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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