Arizona Fall League Hitting & Pitching Leaders Through November 13th 2011

The Arizona Fall League reached it’s sixth scheduled off day of the season on Sunday. We take a look at the Arizona Fall League Hitting and Pitching Leaders through games of November 13th 2011.

HITTING LEADERS

Batting Average Leaders
Jedd Gyorko San Diego Padres – .437 (31 for 71)

Scooter Gennett Milwaukee Brewers – .419 (31 for 74)

Nolan Arenado Colorado Rockies – .391 (43 for 110)

Wil Myers Kansas City Royals – .380 (30 for 79)

Robbie Grossman Pittsburgh Pirates – .375 (39 for 104)

Adam Eaton Arizona Diamondbacks – .370 (40 for 108)

Leury Garcia Texas Rangers – .356 (26 for 73)

Kevin Mattison Miami Marlins – .351 (34 for 97)

Low Batting Average
Cody Puckett Cincinnati Reds – .143 (9 for 63)

Jake Lemmerman Los Angeles Dodgers – .158 (9 for 57)

Tyson Gillies Philadelphia Phillies – .188 (15 for 80)

Zach Walters Washington Nationals – .197 (15 for 76)

Gorman Erickson Los Angeles Dodgers – .213 (13 for 61)

Chad Huffman Cleveland Indians – .214 (15 for 70)

Matt Dominguez Miami Marlins – .216 (16 for 74)

Corban Joseph New York Yankees – .225 (20 for 89)

Doubles Leaders
Nolan Arenado Colorado Rockies – 11 Doubles

Tim Wheeler Colorado Rockies – 10 Doubles

Wilfredo Tovar New York Mets – 9 Doubles

Ryan Wheeler Arizona Diamondbacks – 9 Doubles

Kevin Ahrens Toronto Blue Jays – 8 Doubles

Adam Eaton Arizona Diamondbacks – 8 Doubles

Grant Green Oakland Athletics – 8 Doubles

Corban Joseph New York Yankees – 8 Doubles

Triples Leaders
Xavier Avery Baltimore Orioles – 5 Triples

Kevin Mattison Miami Marlins – 5 Triples

Wil Myers Kansas City Royals – 5 Triples

Anthony Gose Toronto Blue Jays – 4 Triples

Adeiny Hechavarria Toronto Blue Jays – 4 Triples

Aaron Hicks Minnesota Twins – 4 Triples

Home Run Leaders
Mike Olt Texas Rangers – 12 Home Runs

Robbie Grossman Pittsburgh Pirates – 7 Home Runs

Nolan Arenado Colorado Rockies – 6 Home Runs

Michael Choice Oakland Athletics – 6 Home Runs

Bryce Harper Washington Nationals – 6 Home Runs

Christian Bethancourt Atlanta Braves – 5 Home Runs

Jedd Gyorko San Diego Padres – 5 Home Runs

Junior Lake Chicago Cubs – 5 Home Runs

Kevin Mattison Miami Marlins – 5 Home Runs

RBI Leaders
Mike Olt Texas Rangers – 39 RBI’s

Nolan Arenado Colorado Rockies – 33 RBI’s

Bryce Harper Washington Nationals – 25 RBI’s

Brian Dozier Minnesota Twins – 22 RBI’s

Jedd Gyorko San Diego Padres – 22 RBI’s

Kevin Mattison Miami Marlins – 21 RBI’s

Tim Wheeler Colorado Rockies – 21 RBI’s

D J LeMahieu Chicago Cubs – 20 RBI’s

Stolen Base Leaders
Junior Lake Chicago Cubs – 18 Stolen Bases

D J LeMahieu Chicago Cubs – 13 Stolen Bases

Xavier Avery Baltimore Orioles – 9 Stolen Bases

Adam Eaton Arizona Diamondbacks – 8 Stolen Bases

Kevin Mattison Miami Marlins – 8 Stolen Bases

PITCHING LEADERS

ERA Leaders
Forrest Snow Seattle Mariners – 1.26ERA

Kevin Munson Arizona Diamondbacks – 1.32ERA

Caleb Clay Boston Red Sox – 1.35ERA

Danny Hultzen Seattle Mariners – 1.40ERA

Brian Moran Seattle Mariners – 1.42ERA

Chase Whitley New York Yankees – 1.84ERA

Terry Doyle Chicago White Sox – 1.85ERA

Stephen Harrold San Francisco Giants – 1.88

Strikeout Leaders
Miguel de los Santos Texas Rangers – 34 Strikeouts

Tyler Lyons St Louis Cardinals – 26 Strikeouts

Sammy Solis Washington Nationals – 25 Strikeouts

Nick Schmidt San Diego Padres – 24 Strikeouts

Anthony Bass San Diego Padres – 23 Strikeouts

Tyler Cloyd Philadelphia Phillies – 23 Strikeouts

Alex Sanabia Miami Marlins – 23 Strikeouts

WHIP Leaders
Terry Doyle Chicago White Sox – 0.62 WHIP

Forrest Snow Seattle Mariners – 0.84 WHIP

Cole DeVries Minnesota Twins – 0.87 WHIP

Kevin Munson Arizona Diamondbacks – 0.88 WHIP

Gerrit Cole Pittsburgh Pirates – 0.93 WHIP

Stephen Harrold San Francisco Giants – 0.98 WHIP

Aaron Loup Toronto Blue Jays – 0.98 WHIP

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