Sunday, April 03, 2011

Spring Training Stat Leaders


Spring Training 2011 is finally over and the MLB official season is in full swing (pun intended). Let's not be hasty and forget the stat leaders of the Grapefruit and Cactus Leagues. Here are the players that did their best to make an impression on their squad in the winter months of February and March.

Batting
Hits:
Erick Almonte/Brewers - 32

At Bats:
Martin Prado/Braves - 82

Runs:
Melky Cabrera/Royals - 21

Doubles:
Gaby Sanchez/Marlins - 10

Triples:

Pete Orr/Phillies - 5

Homeruns:
Jake Fox/Orioles - 10

RBI:
Alex Gordon/Royals - 23

Stolen Bases:
Elliot Johnson/Rays - 12

Walks:
Kosuke Fukudome/Cubs - 13
Ryan Roberts/Diamondbacks - 13

Strikeouts:
Pedro Alvarez/Pirates - 27
Adam Dunn/White Sox - 27

Average:
(minimum 40 plate appearances)
Dave Sappelt/Reds - .583

OPS:
(minimum 40 plate appearances)
Dave Sappelt/Reds - 1.546

Pitching
Wins:
Fausto Carmona/Indians - 5

Losses:

Ross Ohlendorf/Pirates - 5

Saves:
Clay Hensley/Marlins - 4

Innings:
Joe Blanton/Phillies - 31

Walks:
Barry Zito/Giants - 16

Strikeouts:
Madison Bumgarner/Giants - 31

ERA:
(minimum 15 innings pitched)
Taylor Buchholz/Mets - 15

WHIP:
(minimum 15 innings pitched)
Rubby De La Rosa - 0.66

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