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Phillies organization minor league leader boards- May 8, 2017

Friend of the site Steve Potter, also known as @JpoppaCool on Twitter, took time this weekend to provide some lists of top performers throughout the Phillies' minor league ranks.

Steve is the author of the book The 2016 Phillies Minor Leagues: A Fan's View.  It's a great paperback offering that is available at Citizens Bank Park and online from multiple outlets.

Take a look at the organization leader boards in various offensive and pitching categories below...

Phillies Minor League Leaders - Offense - ( thru 5/7/17 games)

Top 10 - Batting Average : ( minimum 75 at bats)

Drew Stankiewicz - .345 ( 29- 84)- Clearwater
Damek Tomscha - .342 (38-111) - Clearwater
Rhys Hoskins - .337 ( 32-95) - Lehigh
Jorge Alfaro - .319 (29-91) - Lehigh
Carlos Tocci - .304 ( 28-92) - Reading
Herlis Rodriquez - .303 (27-89) - Clearwater
Deivi Grullon - .300 (27-90) - Clearwater
Andrew Pullin - .298 (31-104) Reading
Scott Kingery - .296 ( 29-98) - Reading
Daniel Brito - .294 ( 37-126) - Lakewood

Top 10 - Home Runs
Rhys Hoskins - 8 - Lehigh
Andrew Pullin - 7 - Reading
Scott Kingery - 7 - Reading
Jan Hernandez - 6 - Clearwater
Kyle Martin - 5 - Reading
Damek Tomscha - 5 - Clearwater
Dylan Cozens - 5 - Lehigh
Herlis Rodriquez - 4 - Clearwater
Darick Hall - 4 - Lakewood
Cornelius Randolph - 4 - Clearwater

Top 10 - RBI's
Rhys Hoskins - 20 - Lehigh
Dylan Cozens - 20 - Lehigh
Andrew Pullin - 20 - Reading
Scott Kingery - 19 - Reading
Kyle Martin - 19 - Reading
Damek Tomscha - 18 - Clearwater
Cord Sandberg - 16 - Lakewood
Mickey Moniak - 15 - Lakewood
Carlos Tocci - 13 - Reading
Jorge Alfaro - 13 - Lehigh
Cornelius Randolph - 13 - Clearwater

Top 10 - Runs
Scott Kingery - 27 - Reading
Daniel Brito - 21 - Lakewood
Rhys Hoskins - 19 - Lehigh
Damek Tomscha - 17 - Clearwater
Dylan Cozens - 16 - Lehigh
Andrew Pullin - 15 - Reading
Jiandido Tromp - 14 - Reading
Mitch Walding - 14 - Reading
Mickey Moniak - 14 - Lakewood
Roman Quinn - 13 - Lehigh
Carlos Tocci - 13 - Reading

Top 10 - OPS
Rhys Hoskins - 1.087 - Lehigh
Scott Kingery - 1.013 - Reading
Darick Hall - .983 - Lakewood
Andrew Pullin - .965 - Reading
Herlis Rodriquez - .934 - Clearwater
Damek Tomscha - .916 - Clearwater
Drew Stankiewicz - .897 - Clearwater
Cameron Perkins - .867 - Lehigh
Jan Hernandez - .847 - Clearwater
Jiandido Tromp - .832 - Reading

Top 10 - OBP
Rhys Hoskins - .423 - Lehigh
Damek Tomscha - .411 - Clearwater
Malquin Canelo - .394 - Reading
Drew Stankiewicz - .385 -Clearwater
Scott Kingery - .381 - Reading
Zachary Coppola - .370 - Clearwater
Carlos Tocci - .369 - Reading
Cameron Perkins - .367 - Lehigh
Herlis Rodriquez - .361 - Clearwater
Andrew Pullin - .360 - Reading

Top 10 - Slugging Percentage
Rhys Hoskins - .663 - Lehigh
Darick Hall - .643 - Lakewood
Scott Kingery - .633 - Reading
Andrew Pullin - .606 - Reading
Herlis Rodriquez - .573 - Clearwater
Jiandido Tromp - .519 - Reading
Drew Stankiewicz - .512 - Clearwater
Damek Tomscha - .505 - Clearwater
Cameron Perkins - .500 - Lehigh
Jiandido Tromp - .495 - Reading

Top 10 - Doubles
Andrew Pullin - 11 - Reading
Wilson Garcia - 9 - Clearwater
Nick Williams - 8 - Lehigh
Cameron Perkins - 8 - Lehigh
Jiandido Tromp - 8 - Reading
Drew Stankiewicz - 8 - Clearwater
Cord Sandberg - 7 - Lakewood
Mickey Moniak - 7 - Lakewood
Rhys Hoskins - 7 - Lehigh
Scott Kingery - 6 - Reading

Top 10 - Hits
Damek Tomscha - 38 - Clearwater
Daniel Brito - 37 - Lakewood
Rhys Hoskins - 32 - Lehigh
Cord Sandberg - 31 - Lakewood
Andrew Pullin - 31 - Reading
Mickey Moniak - 30 - Lakewood
Jorge Alfaro - 29 - Lehigh
Scott Kingery - 29 - Reading
Drew Stankiewicz - 29 - Clearwater
Carlos Tocci - 28 - Reading
Wilson Garcia - 28 - Clearwater
Herlis Rodriquez - 27 - Clearwater
Deivi Grullon - 27 - Clearwater

Top 10 - Stolen Bases
Roman Quinn - 7 - Lehigh
Zach Coppola - 7 - Clearwater
Grenny Cumana - 7 - Clearwater
Daniel Brito - 6 - Lakewood
Scott Kingery - 6 - Reading
Herlis Rodriquez - 5 - Clearwater
Malquin Canelo - 4 - Reading
Mickey Moniak - 4 - Lakewood
Lucas Williams - 4 - Lakewood
Nick Williams - 3 - Lehigh

Top (Most strikeouts) 10 - K's
Jose Pujols - 50 - Clearwater
Dylan Cozens - 43 - Lehigh
Kyle Martin - 34 - Reading
Cord Sandberg - 33 - Lakewood
Roman Quinn - 32 - Lehigh
Daniel Brito - 31 - Lakewood
Cornelius Randolph - 31 - Clearwater
Mitch Walding - 30 - Reading
Nick Williams - 29 - Lehigh
Mickey Moniak - 27 - Lakewood

Top 10 - Walks
JP Crawford - 17 - Lehigh
Mitch Walding - 17 - Reading
Rhys Hoskins - 14 - Lehigh
Malquin Canelo - 12 - Reading
Zach Coppola - 12 - Clearwater
Cornelius Randolph - 12 - Clearwater
Malquin Canelo - 12 - Reading
Scott Kingery - 12 - Reading
Edgar Cabral - 12 - Lakewood
Cameron Perkins - 11 - Lehigh
Dylan Cozens - 11 - Lehigh
Cameron Perkins - 11 - Lehigh
Kyle Martin - 11 - Reading
Damek Tomscha - 11 - Clearwater
Chace Numata - 10 - Reading
Carlos Duran - 10 - Lakewood


Phillies Minor League Leaders - Pitching - ( thru 5/7/17 games)

Top 10 - Wins
Will Hibbs - 4 - Lakewood
Nick Pivetta - 3 - Lehigh
Ben Lively - 3 - Lehigh
Tom Eshelman - 3 - Reading
Cole Irvin - 3 - Clearwater
Jose Taveras - 3 - Clearwater
Seranthony Dominguez - 3 - Clearwater
A bunch tied with 2

Top 10 - Losses
Ricardo Pinto - 3 - Lehigh
Jake Thompson - 3 - Lehigh
Tyler Viza - 3 - Reading
A bunch tied with 2

Top 10 ( ERA - minimum 18 IP - rounded up) -
Starting Pitchers
Ranger Suarez - 0.93 ( 29 IP) - Lakewood
Nick Pivetta - 0.95 ( 19 IP) - Lehigh
Nick Fanti - 1.48 ( 30 IP) - Lakewood
Cole Irvin - 1.69 ( 32 IP) - Clearwater
Seranthony Dominguez - 1.74 (31 IP) - Clearwater
Jose Taveras - 1.80 (30 IP) - Clearwater
Adonis Medina - 2.16 (25 IP) - Lakewood
Franklyn Kilome - 2.51 (29 IP) - Clearwater
Ben Lively - 2.79 ( 29 IP) - Lehigh
Blake Quinn - 2.79 ( 19 IP) - Clearwater
Sixto Sanchez - 2.79 ( 19 IP) - Lakewood

Top 10 ( ERA - minimum 9 IP - rounded up) - Relief Pitchers
Pat Venditte - 0.00 (14 IP) - Lehigh
Will Hibbs - 0.00 (17 IP) - Lakewood
Hoby Milner - 0.00 ( 10 IP) - Lehigh
Ismael Cabrera - 0.69 (13 IP) - Lakewood
Mauricio Llovera - 1.32 (14 IP) - Lakewood
Austin Davis - 1.33 (20 IP) - Clearwater
Miguel Nunez - 1.59 (10 IP) - Reading
Jessen Therrien - 1.72 (17 IP) - Reading
Jeff Singer - 1.98 (14 IP) - Clearwater
Yacksel Rios - 2.16 ( 17 IP) - Reading

Top 10 - Games
Jessen Therrien - 12 - Reading
Pedro Beatto - 12 - Lehigh
Yacksel Rios - 11 - Reading
Miguel Nunez - 11 - Reading
Jeff Singer - 10 -Clearwater
Jonathan Hennigan - 10 - Lakewood
Jacob Waguespack - 10 - Clearwater
Luke Leftwich - 9 - Clearwater
Alexis Rivero - 9 - Reading
Tom Windle - 9 - Reading
Pat Venditte - 9 - Lehigh
Michael Mariot - 9 - Lehigh

Top 10 - Saves
Jeff Singer - 6 - Clearwater
Pedro Beatto - 6 - Lehigh
Jessen Therrien - 5 - Reading
Miguel Nunez - 3 - Reading
Luke Leftwich - 3 - Clearwater
Jonathan Hennigan - 2 - Lakewood
Will Hibbs - 2 - Lakewood
A bunch tied with 1

Top 10 - Innings Pitched (rounded up)
Cole Irvin - 32 - Clearwater
Ricardo Pinto - 32 - Lehigh
Seranthony Dominguez - 31 - Clearwater
Jose Taveras - 30 - Clearwater
Nick Fanti - 30 - Lakewood
Tom Eshelman - 29 - Reading
Ben Lively - 29 - Lehigh
Ranger Suarez - 29 - Lakewood
Franklyn Kilome - 28 - Clearwater
Mark Appel - 27 - Lehigh

Top 10 - Strikeouts
Seranthony Dominguez - 38 - Clearwater
Ranger Suarez - 37 - Lakewood
Nick Fanti - 31 - Lakewood
Jose Taveras - 30 - Clearwater
Adonis Medina - 30 - Lakewood
Franklyn Kilome - 28 - Clearwater
Jo Jo Romero - 28 - Lakewood
Sixto Sanchez - 28 - Lakewood
Luke Leftwich - 27 - Clearwater
Yacksel Rios - 27 - Reading
Jessen Therrien - 26 - Reading
Austin Davis - 26 - Clearwater

Top 10 - Walks ( most issued)
Alberto Tirado - 13 - Clearwater
Mark Appel - 13 - Lehigh
Ricardo Pinto - 12 - Lehigh
Shane Watson - 11 - Reading
Jake Thompson - 11 - Lehigh
Jonathan Hennigan - 11 - Lakewood
Seranthony Dominguez - 10 - Clearwater
Pat Venditte - 10 - Lehigh
Jo Jo Romero - 10 - Lakewood
Jose Taveras - 10 - Clearwater
Nick Fanti - 10 - Lakewood
Miguel Nunez - 10 - Reading

Top 10 - WHIP ( minimum 10 IP - Innings rounded up)
Jessen Therrien - 0.54 (17 IP) - Reading
Hoby Milner - 0.62 (10 IP) - Lehigh
Nick Pivetta - 0.74 (19 IP) - Lehigh
Pat Venditte - 0.77 (14 IP) - Lehigh
Will Hibbs - 0.71 (17 IP) - Lakewood
Nick Fanti - 0.79 (30 IP) - Lakewood
Yacksel Rios - 0.84 (17 IP) - Reading
Harold Arauz - 0.87 ( 21 IP) - Lakewood
Austin Davis - 0.89 (20 IP)- Clearwater
Sixto Sanchez - 0.90 ( 24 IP) - Lakewood
Ismael Cabrera - 0.92 (13 IP) - Lakewood
Cesar Ramos - 0.92 ( 17 IP) - Lehigh

Top 10 - Holds
Jessen Therrien - 3 - Reading
Michael Mariot - 3 - Lehigh
Yacksel Rios - 3 - Reading
Mario Sanchez - 3 - Reading
Tom Windle - 3 - Reading
Jacob Waguespack - 3 - Clearwater
Pat Venditte - 2 - Lehigh
Tyler Gilbert - 2 - Clearwater
Austin Davis - 2 - Clearwater
Hoby Milner - 2 - Lehigh
Mario Hollands - 2 - Reading

Top 10 - Games Finished
Jeff Singer - 10 - Clearwater
Miguel Nunez - 10 - Reading
Pedro Beatto - 10 - Lehigh
Will Hibbs - 8 - Lakewood
Jacob Waguespack - 7 - Clearwater
Jessen Therrien - 6 - Reading
Hoby Milner - 4 - Lehigh
Harold Arauz - 4 - Lakewood
5 tied with 3

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