With the season now complete and the playoffs over, here are the statistical leaders for both the full league seasons and the short league seasons.

Hitters

Stat Leader Leader Leader
Full Season (minimum 300 PA)
Runs Billy Hamilton (112) Devin Lohman (80) Steve Selsky (79)
Doubles Steve Selsky (32) Ryan Wright (32) Travis Mattair (31)
Triples Billy Hamilton (14) Didi Gregorius (11) Wright/Perez (8)
Home Runs Donald Lutz (22) Travis Mattair (19) Selsky/Vidal (18)
RBI Travis Mattair (82) Steve Selsky (74) Donald Lutz (71)
Steals Billy Hamilton (155) Theo Bowe (70) Devin Lohman (34)
AVG Steve Selsky (.317) Josh Fellhauer (.314) Billy Hamilton (.311)
OBP Billy Hamilton (.410) Josh Fellhauer (.409) Dominic D’Anna (.386)
SLG Donald Lutz (.517) Steve Selsky (.515) Travis Mattair (.465)
OPS Steve Selsky (.892) Donald Lutz (.852) Billy Hamilton (.830)
IsoP Donald Lutz (.248) Steve Selsky (.198) Phipps/Mattair (.191)
BB% Corky Miller (18.2%) Juan Silva (14.8%) Dominic D’Anna (14.3%)
K% Miguel Rojas (10.9%) Ryan Wright (12.8%) Josh Felluaher (13.5%)
Short Season (minimum 100 PA)
Runs Beau Amaral (55) Jesse Winker (42) Sanchez/Reynoso (37)
Doubles Jesse Winker (16) Carlos Sanchez (15) Seth Mejias-Brean (12)
Triples Carlos Sanchez (12) Brandon Dailey (5) Aldazoro/Rachal (4)
Home Runs Robert Maddox (13) Carlos Sanchez (8) Seth Mejias-Brean (8)
RBI Carlos Sanchez (55) Seth Mejias-Brean (40) Robert Maddox (37)
Steals Jonathan Reynoso (30) Beau Amaral (20) Jon Matthews (18)
AVG Jesse Winker (.338) Zach Vincej (.336) Adam Matthews (.325)
OBP Jesse Winker (.443) Adam Matthews (.407) Zach Vincej (.393)
SLG Carlos Sanchez (.574) Seth Mejias-Brean (.536) Brandon Dailey (.528)
OPS Jesse Winker (.943) Seth Mejias-Brean (.925) Carlos Sanchez (.920)
IsoP Carlos Sanchez (.266) Robert Maddox (.246) Seth Mejias-Brean (.223)
BB% Jesse Winker (14.5%) Wagner Gomez (13.1%) Adam Matthews (11.8%)
K% Beau Amaral (10.4%) Taylor Wrenn (10.9%) Jonathan Reynoso (11.2%)

Pitchers

Stat Leader Leader Leader
Starters – Full Season (minimum 15 starts)
Wins Sean Gallagher (10) Tony Cingrani (10) 3 Tied with (9)
ERA Tony Cingrani (1.73) Chad Rogers (2.90) Daniel Corcino (3.01)
IP Stalin Gerson (151.2) Chad Reineke (151.2) Pedro Villarreal (148.2)
WHIP Tony Cingrani (1.03) Chad Rogers (1.22) Daniel Corcino (1.23)
BB% Stalin Gerson (4.3%) Jacob Johnson (5.1%) Pedro Villarreal (6.0%)
K% Tony Cingrani (30.2%) Kyle Lotzkar (24.5%) Tim Crabbe (24.4%)
K/BB Stalin Gerson (4.18) Tony Cingrani (3.31) Chad Rogers (3.17)
GB% Jacob Johnson (50%) Chad Rogers (50%) Tanner Robles (50%)
Relievers – Full Season (minimumĀ  40 innings)
Wins Pat Doyle (9) James Allen (8) 3 Tied with (7)
Saves Carlos Contreras (20) Justin Freeman (16) 3 Tied with (13)
ERA Wilkin De La Roas (2.25) Michael Dennhardt (2.48) Kanekoa Texeira (2.72)
WHIP Justin Freeman (0.96) Michael Dennhardt (1.01) Carlos Contreras (1.02)
BB% Michael Dennhardt (4.0%) Justin Freeman (6.0%) Pat Doyle (6.4%)
K% Jamie Walczak (26.5%) Travis Webb (26.1%) Justin Freeman (25.6%)
K/BB Justin Freeman (4.25) Michael Dennhardt (3.33) Mark Serrano (3.17)
Starters – Short Season (minimum 7 starts)
Wins Sal Romano (5) Drew Cisco (4) Ismael Guillon (4)
ERA Robert Stephenson (2.05) Ismael Guillon (2.29) Jon Moscot (2.63)
IP Sal Romano (64.1) Drew Cisco (58.1) Joel Bender (52)
WHIP Robert Stephenson (0.98) Drew Cisco (1.15) Jon Moscot 1.21)
BB% Drew Cisco (2.99%) Nick Travieso (5.7%) Pedro Diaz (6.5%)
K% Robert Stephenson (30.0%) Ismael Guillon (29.6%) Jon Moscot (23.4%)
K/BB Drew Cisco (6.43) Robert Stephenson (4.65) Pedro Diaz (3.07)
Relievers – Short Season (minimumĀ  20 innings)
Wins Michael Salter (4) Alejandro Chacin (4) 6 Tied with (3)
Saves Mo Wiley (9) Sean Lucas (6) Abel De Los Santos (4)
ERA Sean Lucas (2.25) Dan Langfield (2.68) Michael Salter (2.86)
WHIP Sean Lucas (0.96) Dan Langfield (1.19) Jackson Stephens (1.22)
BB% Sean Lucas (3.2%) Jackson Stephens (3.4%) Richard McCaffrey (4.2%)
K% Abel De Los Santos (35.2%) Dan Langfield (33.8%) Ben Klimesh (27.5%)
K/BB Sean Lucas (8.0) Jackson Stephens (7.3) Richard McCaffrey (5.4)

With the offseason upon us, I am going to be going back to taking off the weekends unless something comes up worth talking about. On Monday I will begin doing the individual team reviews, starting at the lower levels and working my way up. There may also be some added in “news and notes” types of posts depending on how many things are going on at a given time.