J-Rob Record Book

(Updated through 1956 season)

Season G

Season H

Season R

Season 2B

Season 3B

Season HR

Season RBI

Season Average

Season Slugging

Season OBP

Season Batter K

Season BB

Season AB

Season GiDP

Season SB

Season CS

Season HBP

Season SH

Career G

Career H

Career R

Career 2B

Career 3B

Career HR

Career RBI

Career Average

Career Slugging

Career OBP

Career Batter K

Career BB

Career AB

Career GiDP

Career SB

Career CS

Career HBP

Career SH

Season Appearances

Season Starts

Season wins

Season losses

Season ERA

Season Saves

Season innings

Season percentage

Season K

Season CG

Season ShO

Season H allowed

Season ER allowed

Season BB allowed

Season WP

Season HBP allowed

Career Appearances

Career Starts

Career Wins

Career Losses

Career ERA

Career Saves

Career Innings

Career Percentage

Career K

Career CG

Career ShO

Career H allowed

Career ER allowed

Career BB allowed

Career WP

Career HBP allowed

 

 

Batting

Achievement

Date

Player(s)

Team

Amount

HR

8/30/48

Lou Stringer

Providence

4

RBI

7/8/49

Vern Stephens

San Diego

12

Runs

6/1/48

Stan Musial

Mississippi

6

7/7/48

Luke Appling

Springfield

Hits

--

many instances

--

6

Doubles

4/11/47

Whitey Kurowski

Myrtle Beach

4

5/26/48

Wally Judnich

New Jersey

8/10/48

Mike W. McCormick

Los Angeles

9/16/53

Jim Gilliam

Spanish Fort

10/7/55

Jimmy Piersall

Muskegon

Triples

7/10/54

Minnie Minoso

Australia

3

Steals

--

many instances

--

3

Total Bases

8/30/48

Lou Stringer

Providence

16

5/24/49

Puddin’ Head Jones

Springfield

Walks

10/6/48

Doc Cramer

South Baltimore

6

10/3/49

Joe Collins

Edgewood

6/9/53

Richie Ashburn

Seltzer

HBP

-

many instances

2

Hitting for the cycle

1947

Johnny Wyrostek

Los Angeles

 

1947

Babe Young

San Diego

1947

Bobby Doerr

Las Vegas

1947

Don Kolloway

Gresham

1947

Doc Cramer

Los Angeles

7/26/48

Bud Stewart

New Jersey

8/18/48

Vern Stephens

San Diego

5/4/49

Granny Hamner

Florida

5/17/49

Bob Feller

Garfield

9/9/49

Jim Hegan

Apache

10/7/49

Eddie Yost

Fort Worth

4/7/50

Jackie Robinson

Edgewood

4/8/50

Lary Doby

Florida

5/1/50

Vern Stephens

San Diego

5/23/50

Phil Rizzuto

Apache

8/26/50

Paul Lehner

Apache

9/27/50

Hoot Evers

San Diego

4/20/51

Ted Williams

Danville

9/24/51

Sam Jethroe

San Diego

5/6/53

Gil Hodges

Pomona Valley

7/15/53

Mickey Vernon

Riverside

4/30/54

Ralph Kiner

Bloomsburg

8/4/54

Mickey Vernon

Riverside

6/15/55

Bill Skowron

Australia

8/13/55

Smoky Burgess

Livonia

9/14/55

Roy Sievers

Baltimore

9/17/55

Frank Kellert

Bloomsburg

6/18/56

Hank Aaron

Louisiana

6/29/56

Jackie Brandt

Stonehenge

9/14/56

Bill White

Seltzer

10/1/56

Al E. Smith

Edgewood

Strikeouts

8/5/50

Johnny Bucha

Apache

6

8/31/53

Andy Seminick

Philadelphia

Hit Streak


single season

1949

Bob Dillinger

Danville

40

Pitching

No-hitters

4/21/47

Tommy Fine

Springfield

vs. Baltimore

7/25/47

Bob Feller

Allegheny

vs. Springfield

4/7/48

Allie Reynolds

Garfield

vs. Baltimore

10/4/48

Bob Lemon

South Baltimore

vs. Baltimore

5/17/49

Mel Parnell


Perfect Game!

South Baltimore

vs. Baltimore

7/23/49

Mike Garcia

South Baltimore

Vs. Boca Raton

10/1/49

Al Benton

Spingfield

Vs. Spanish Fort

5/12/50

Vern Law

Camp Hill

vs. Danville

5/16/50

Bob Ross

Camp Hill

vs. Edgewood

6/23/50

Early Wynn

Baltimore

vs. Charles Town

9/2/50

Billy Pierce

Fort Worth

vs. Edgewood

4/10/51

Al Brazle

Edgewood

Vs. Camp Hill

4/13/51

Hal Newhouser

Danville

Vs. Apache

5/4/51

Russ Meyer

Las Vegas

Vs. Camp Hill

5/11/51

Hal Newhouser

Danville

Vs. Las Vegas

6/26/51

Robin Roberts

Baltimore

Vs. Sykesville

6/29/51

Howie Fox

Edgewood

Vs. Mississippi

9/25/51

Vic Raschi

Springfield

Vs. Spanish Fort

5/5/52

Billy Pierce

Fort Worth

Vs. Apache

8/1/52

Bob Porterfield

Baltimore

Vs. Syracuse

8/12/52

Lou Kretlow

Apache

Vs. Fort Worth

4/10/53

Spec Shea

Canberra

Vs. Edgewood

5/1/53

Bobo Holloman

Camp Hill

Vs. Canberra

7/14/53

Carl Erskine

Canberra

Vs. Edgewood

7/20/53

Bob Turley

Edgewood

Vs. Fort Worth

8/21/53

Joe Black

Canberra

Vs. Las Vegas

8/22/53

Mel Parnell

Edgewood

Vs. Camp Hill

9/14/53

Warren Spahn

Pomona Valley

Vs. Philadelphia

5/21/54

Hal Newhouser

Australia

Vs. Edgewood

4/19/55

Ray Moore

D.C.

Vs. Baltimore

5/2/55

Bob Friend

Camp Hill

Vs. Redline

7/23/55

Don Newcombe

Apache

Vs. Livonia

8/10/55

Art Fowler

Apache

Vs. Bloomsburg

9/21/55

Tommy Byrne

Baltimore

Vs. Cedar Park

4/1/56

Herm Wehmeier

Brielle

Vs. Bloomsburg

4/1/56

Whitey Ford

Bloomsburg (L)

Vs. Brielle

5/18/56

Tom Acker

Edgewood

7/13/56

Jim Margioneri

Edgewood

7/19/56

Al Worthington

Camp Hill

8/29/56

Herb Score

Riverside

Vs. Muskegon

Strikeouts

8/16/55

Herb Score

Riverside

16

10/11/55

Karl Spooner

Riverside

Single-season Winning Streak

1950

Ned Garver

Florida

22

Single-season Losing Streak

1954

Arnie Portocarrero

New Hampshire

16
(to end season)