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Phillies minor league leaders, 6/13/17


Friend of the site Steve Potter, also known as @JpoppaCool on Twitter, took time this week 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.


With just Lakewood in action on Monday, out of the four full-season teams, most of the listings are accurate, with stats accurate through Sunday.  Take a look at the organization leader boards in various offensive and pitching categories below...


Phillies Minor League Leaders - Pitching - ( thru 6/11/17 games ) - excluding guys now on Major League Roster 

Top 10 - Wins 

Tom Eshelman - 7 - ( Lehigh - 4, Reading - 3)
Jose Taveras - 5 - Clearwater 
Drew Anderson - 5 - Reading 
Brandon Leibrandt - 5 - Reading
10 tied with 4 

Top 10 (ERA - minimum 50 IP) - Starting Pitchers 

Ranger Suarez - 1.72 (57 2/3 IP) - Lakewood 
Tom Eshelman - 2.11  ( 81 IP) - Lehigh/Reading 
Jose Taveras - 2.17 (70 2/3 IP) - Clearwater 
Jo Jo Romero - 2.26 (63 2/3 IP) - Lakewood
Nick Fanti - 2.31 (58 1/3 IP) - Lakewood 
Franklyn Kilome - 2.60 ( 52 IP) - Clearwater 
Cole Irvin  - 2.84 (57 IP) - Lakewood
Bailey Falter  - 3.50 (54 IP) - Lakewood
Adonis Medina - 3.54 ( 53 1/3 IP) - Lakewood
Brandon Leibrandt - 3.56 ( 60 2/3 IP) - Reading 


Top 10 ( ERA - minimum 25 IP) - Relief Pitchers - included are pitchers recently converted to starters 

Will Hibbs - 1.10 ( 32 2/3 IP) - Lakewood
Jessen Therrien - 1.26 ( 33 2/3 IP) - Reading/Lehigh 
Austin Davis - 1.69 ( 39 1/3 IP) - Clearwater/Reading
Harold Arauz - 2.06 (39 1/3 IP) - Lakewood/Clearwater
Yacksel Rios - 2.18 ( 33 IP) - Reading 
Mauricio Llovera - 2.40 (30 IP) - Lakewood
Pat Venditte - 2.41 (33 2/3 IP) - Lehigh 
Colton Murray - 2.49 (25 1/3 IP) - Reading/Lehigh
Jacob Waguespack - 2.55 ( 35 1/3 IP) - Clearwater/Lehigh
Cesar Ramos - 2.56 ( 38 2/3 IP) - Lehigh

Top 10 - Games 

Pedro Beatto - 26 -  Lehigh
Jessen Therrien - 24 - Reading/Lehigh
Jeff Singer - 23 - Clearwater 
Pat Venditte - 22 - Lehigh 
Hoby Milner - 20 - Lehigh
Yacksel Rios - 20 - Reading 
Miguel Nunez - 20 - Reading 
Alexis Rivero - 20 - Reading 
Luke Leftwich - 19 - Clearwater 
Will Hibbs  - 19 - Lakewood 


Top 10 - Saves 


Pedro Beatto - 19 - Lehigh 
Jeff Singer - 12 - Clearwater 
Will Hibbs - 8 - Lakewood 
Jessen Therrien - 7 - Reading/Lehigh
Luke Leftwich -5 - Clearwater 
Trevor Bettencourt - 4 - Lakewood
Miguel Nunez - 3 - Reading 
Colton Murray  - 3 - Lehigh/Reading
Jonathan Hennigan - 2 - Lakewood 
Michael Mariot - 2 - Lehigh 
Tyler Gilbert - Clearwater 

Top 10 - Innings Pitched 

Tom Eshelman - 81 -  Lehigh/Reading
Jose Taveras - 70 2/3 - Clearwater 
JoJo Romero - 63 2/3 - Lakewood
Drew Anderson - 62 - Reading
Brandon Leibrandt - 60 2/3 - Reading 
Nick Fanti - 58 1/3 - Lakewood 
Ranger Suarez - 57 2/3 Lakewood
Mark Appel - 57 1/3 - Lehigh
Cole Irvin - 57 - Clearwater 
Bailey Falter - 54 - Lakewood

Top 10 - Strikeouts - Starting Pitchers 

Ranger Suarez - 69 - Lakewood 
Jo Jo Romero - 66 - Lakewood
Jose Taveras - 65 - Clearwater 
Adonis Medina - 63 - Lakewood
Nick Fanti - 60 - Lakewood 
Thomas Eshelman - 59 - Reading/Lehigh 
Drew Anderson - 51 - Reading 
Brandon Leibrandt - 48 - Reading 
Franklyn Kilome - 47 - Clearwater 
Alberto Tirado  - 46 - Clearwater


Top 10 - Strikeouts - Relief Pitchers 

Jesen Therrien - 44 ( 35 2/3 IP) - Reading/Lehigh 
Luke Leftwich - 43 (34 IP) - Clearwater 
Austin Davis - 42 ( 37 1/3 IP) - Clearwater/Reading 
Yacksel Rios - 40 ( 33 IP) - Reading 
Jeff Singer - 39 (33 IP) - Clearwater 
Jacob Waguespack - 38 ( 35 1/3 IP) - Clearwater/Lehigh 
Colton Murray - 38 - ( 25 1/3 IP) - Reading/Lehigh 
Harold Arauz - 35 - ( 39 1/3 IP) - Lakewood/Clearwater 
Will Hibbs - 35 - ( 32 2/3 IP) - Lakewood
Jonathan Hennigan - 35 - (27 2/3 IP) - Lakewood 
Trevor Bettencourt - 35 - ( 21 1/3 IP) - Lakewood

Top 10 - WHIP ( minimum 25 IP) 

Jessen Therrien - 0.59 ( 33 IP) - Reading/Lehigh
Will Hibbs - 0.70 (32 2/3 IP) - Lakewood
Sixto Sanchez - 0.78 ( 29 1/3 IP) - Lakewood 
Nick Fanti - 0.89 (58 1/3 IP) - Lakewood 
Harold Arauz - 0.89 (39 1/3 IP) - Lakewood/Clearwater
Cesar Ramos - 0.93 (38 2/3 IP) - Lehigh
Thomas Eshelman - 0.94 ( 81 IP) - Lehigh 
Ranger Suarez - 0.95 (57 2/3 IP) - Lakewood
Jose Taveras - 1.00 ( 70 2/3 IP) - Clearwater 
Seranthony Dominguez - 1.01 ( 35 2/3 IP) - Clearwater

Top 10 - Games Finished 

Pedro Beatto - 25 -  Lehigh 
Jeff Singer - 20 - Clearwater 
Will Hibbs - 17 - Lakewood 
Miguel Nunez - 15 - Reading 
Jessen Therrien - 15 -  Reading/Lehigh
Jacob Waguespack - 11 - Clearwater/Lehigh
Jonathan Hennigan - 8 - Lakewood
5 tied  - 7 


6/12/17 :  Phillies Minor League Offense Leaders  thru 6/11/17 games played :

Home Runs :

Scott Kingery - 18 - Reading
Rhys Hoskins - 14 - Lehigh
Dylan Cozens - 14 - Lehigh
Nick Williams - 13 - Lehigh
Mitch Walding - 13 - Reading
Andrew Pullin - 12 - Reading
Kyle Martin - 11 - Reading
Darick Hall - 8 - Lakewood
Damek Tomscha - 7 - Clearwater
Herlis Rodriquez - 7 - Clearwater

RBI's :

Rhys Hoskins - 49 - Lehigh
Dylan Cozens - 46 - Lehigh
Nick Williams - 39 - Lehigh
Andrew Pullin - 39 - Reading
Darick Hall - 39 - Lakewood
Scott Kingery - 35 - Reading
Mitch Walding - 31 - Reading
Kyle Martin - 31 - Reading
Damek Tomscha - 30 - Clearwater
Cornelius Randolph - 28 - Clearwater

Hits :

Scott Kingery - 71 - Reading
Andrew Pullin - 70 - Reading
Rhys Hoskins - 64 - Lehigh
Nick Williams - 62 - Lehigh
Zach Coppola - 61 - Clearwater/Reading
Carlos Tocci - 59 - Reading
Cord Sandberg - 59 - Lakewood/Clearwater
Mickey Moniak - 57 - Lakewood
Cameron Perkins - 56 - Lehigh
Dylan Cozens - 55 - Lehigh

Stolen Bases :

Scott Kingery - 14 - Reading
Lucas Williams - 12 - Lakewood
Zach Coppola - 12 - Clearwater/Reading
Roman Quinn - 10 - Lehigh
Grenny Cumana - 10 - Clearwater
Daniel Brito - 7 - Lakewood
Malquin Canelo - 7 - Reading
Mark Laird - 7 - Clearwater
Herlis Rodriquez - 6 - Clearwater
Raul Rivas - 6 - Lakewood

Total Bases :

Scott Kingery - 145 - Reading
Andrew Pullin - 128 - Reading
Rhys Hoskins - 127 - Lehigh
Nick Williams - 115 - Lehigh
Dylan Cozens - 109 - Lehigh
Cord Sandberg - 90 - Lakewood/Clearwater
Cameron Perkins - 87 - Lehigh
Mitch Walding - 86 - Reading
Damek Tomscha - 85 - Clearwater
Mickey Moniak - 85 - Lakewood

Walks :

JP Crawford - 36 - Lehigh
Rhys Hoskins - 34 - Lehigh
Cameron Perkins - 27 - Lehigh
Mitch Walding - 26 - Reading
Damek Tomscha - 25 - Clearwater
Scott Kingery - 25 - Reading
Cornelius Randolph - 23 - Clearwater
Malquin Canelo - 23 - Clearwater
Zachary Coppola - 22 - Clearwater/Reading
Andrew Pullin - 21 - Reading

Runs :

Scott Kingery - 55 - Reading
Rhys Hoskins - 44 - Lehigh
Nick Williams - 35 - Lehigh
Dylan Cozens - 34 - Lehigh
Mickey Moniak - 33 - Lakewood
Daniel Brito - 33 - Lakewood
Andrew Pullin - 32 - Reading
Cameron Perkins - 31 - Lehigh
JP Crawford - 30 - Lehigh
Mitch Walding - 29 - Reading

Doubles :

Andrew Pullin - 20 - Reading
Cord Sandberg - 18 - Lakewood/Clearwater
Rhys Hoskins - 15 - Lehigh
Mickey Moniak - 14 - Lakewood
Wilson Garcia - 14 - Clearwater
Jiandido Tromp - 14 - Reading
Cameron Perkins - 14 - Lehigh
Henri Lartigue - 12 - Lakewood
Scott Kingery - 12 - Reading
Nick Williams - 10 - Lehigh

Batting Average :  ( at least 150 at bats )

Zachary Coppola - .335 ( 61-182) - Clearwater/Reading
Cameron Perkins - .308 ( 56-182) - Lehigh
Scott Kingery - .306 ( 71-232) - Reading
Andrew Pullin - .304 ( 70-230) - Reading
Rhys Hoskins - .298 ( 64-215) - Lehigh
Damek Tomscha - .294 ( 55-187) - Clearwater
Nick Williams - .282 ( 62 - 220) - Lehigh
Cord Sandberg - .274 ( 59-215) - Lakewood/Clearwater
Drew Stankiewicz - .274 (45-164) - Clearwater
Roman Quinn - .274 ( 48-175) - Lehigh

On Base Percentage : (minimum 120 plate appearances )

Cameron Perkins - .408 - Lehigh
Zachary Coppola - .408 - Clearwater/Reading
Rhys Hoskins - .395 - Lehigh
Damek Tomscha - .389 - Clearwater
Pedro Florimon - .383 - Lehigh
Scott Kingery - .382 - Reading
Andrew Pullin - .370 - Reading
Carlos Tocci - .352 - Reading
Angelo Mora - .349 - Reading
Herlis Rodriquez - .346 - Clearwater

OPS ( minimum 120 plate appearances)

Scott Kingery - 1.007 - Reading
Rhys Hoskins - .986 - Lehigh
Andrew Pullin - .926 - Reading
Cameron Perkins - .886 - Lehigh
Angelo Mora - .861 - Reading
Damek Tomscha - .843 - Clearwater
Mitch Walding - .842 - Reading
Nick Williams - .839 - Lehigh
Dylan Cozens - .813 - Lehigh
Zachary Coppola - .798 - Clearwater/Reading

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