Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Record Setters

Rochester 3B/1B/COF Douglas Hobbes set the record for Home Runs (60) and RBI (174). Hobbes is a finalist for the AL MVP while starting 20+ games at 1B, 3B, LF, and 89 in RF. His contributions helped Rochester to the 4th best record in the AL and a #6 seed in the playoffs.

Toronto's Alfredo Arias stole a league-record 93 bases while only getting caught 11 times while playing RF for the Beavers.

Only one pitching record fell and that was broken by 3 players. The ultimate record-holder is Anaheim CL Randy Murray who saved 53 of 57 games for the division winning, #2 seed Knights. He also won the Fireman of the Year award in the NL.

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