Friday, April 02, 2010

The Heroes of Spring Training

Spring training is finally wrapping up and the MLB regular season is just around the bend. Some young players put a emphatic stamp on their springs and made quite the impression, while some veterans showed why they've stuck around. Does spring training success breed regular season success? Only time will tell. Listed below are the stat leaders for each major offensive and pitching category.

Hits:
Tyler Colvin/Cubs- 34

Runs:
Sean Rodriguez/Rays- 19

RBI:
Chase Headley/Padres- 23

Doubles:
Hanley Ramirez/Marlins- 10

Triples:
Mike Aviles/Royals- 5

Homeruns:
Chris Johnson/Astros- 7

Stolen Bases:
Carlos Gomez/Brewers- 11

Batting Average: (min. 35 AB)
Mike Sweeney/Mariners- .543

OPS: (min. 35 AB)
Mike Sweeney/Mariners- 1.498
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Innings:
Todd Wellemeyer/Giants- 27

Strikeouts:
Francisco Liriano/Twins- 30

Wins:
Wade LeBlanc/Padres- 4

Saves:
Robbie Weinhardt/Tigers- 4

ERA: (min. 12 IP)
Greg Aquino/White Sox- 0.00
Esmailin Caridad/Cubs- 0.00
Chris Narveson/Brewers- 0.00
Randy Williams/White Sox- 0.00

WHIP: (min. 12 IP)
Greg Aquino/White Sox- 0.56

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