Many Changes to Career Leaders in 2015

27 Jul
Joey and Charlie took over the career records in multiple statistical categories

Joey and Charlie took over the career records in multiple statistical categories

The record book was edited heavily after an action-packed 2015 season. See below for a list of all of the changes to the career EWL leaders.

– Joey extended his career record for games played with 100.

– Bob increased his career batting average record from .577 to .583.

– Bob surpassed Blose as the career SLG % leader. Blose had the record at 1.424 coming into this year, and Bob is currently slugging 1.454 for his career.

– Joey extended his career record for at-bats with 528.

– Joey surpassed Morrison as the career leader in runs scored. Morrison had the record with 131 coming into this season, and Joey now holds the record with 167.

– Joey surpassed Morrison as the career leader in hits. Morrison had the record with 201 coming into the season, and Joey now holds the record with 254.

– Dinger surpassed Morrison as the career leader in singles. Morrison had the record of 98 coming into this season, and Dinger now holds the record with 103.

– Joey surpassed Blose as the career leader in doubles. Blose had the record at 45 coming into this season, and Joey now holds the record with 67.

– Joey surpassed Anthony as the career leader in triples. Anthony had the record at 20 coming into this season, and Joey now holds the record with 21.

– Morrison extended his career record for home runs with 94. He had 73 coming into this season.

– Joey extended his career record for RBI with 183.

– Joey extended his career record for TB with 609.

– Charlie extended his career record for batting strikeouts with 22.

– Mike and Morrison tied Ivan with one career IBB.

– Joey extended his career record for LOB (left on base) with 130.

– Joey extended his career record for total plate appearances with 530.

– Morrison extended his career record for game-winning RBI with 24.

– Steve (Ham Slams) surpassed Morrison as the career leader for putouts. Morrison had the record at 256 coming into this season, and Steve now holds the record with 336.

– Charlie surpassed Guthrie as the career leader for pitching appearances. Guthrie had the record of 36 coming into the season, and Charlie now holds the record with 45.

– Guthrie extended his career record for pitching wins with 28.

– Charlie extended his career record for pitching losses with 26.

– Blose extended his career record for saves with 8.

– Dinger surpassed Guthrie as the career leader for innings pitched. Guthrie had the record of 192.5 coming into this season, and Dinger now holds the record with 223.

– Charlie extended his career record for hits allowed with 369.

– Charlie extended his career record for earned runs with 247.

– Guthrie extended his career record for pitching strikeouts with 20.

– Charlie surpassed Dinger as the career leader for home runs allowed. Dinger had the record with 86 coming into this season, and Charlie now holds the record with 119.

– Dinger extended his career record for batters faced with 743.

– Guthrie and Josh tied the career record for intentional walks, with one, previously set by Steve (Ham Slams).

– Charlie surpassed Guthrie as the career leader for games started. Guthrie had the record of 35 coming into this season, and Charlie now holds the record with 44.

– Guthrie extended his career record for complete games with 34.

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