Minor Leagues

Minor League Mash-Up: End of Season Awards



Adam Haseley had a strong season. (Steven Kiebach/SportsTalkPhilly)

The 2018 Minor League Baseball season is in the books, and while a few Phillies affiliates will be making a championship run, we’ll be looking at how the regular season went.

Records

  • Lehigh Valley IronPigs: 84-56; made playoffs
  • Reading Fightin’ Phils: 64-73; missed playoffs
  • Clearwater Threshers: 77-60; made playoffs
  • Lakewood Blueclaws: 87-51; made playoffs
  • Williamsport Crosscutters: 32-44; missed playoffs

Top 30 Prospects’ Final Stats

  1. Sixto Sanchez: 4-3, 2.51 ERA, 46.2 innings pitched, 45 strikeouts, 1.07 WHIP
  2. Alec Bohm: .252 average, .335 on-base percentage, 0 home runs, six doubles, two triples, 17 RBIs.
  3. Adonis Medina: 10-4, 4.12 ERA, 111.1 innings pitched, 123 strikeouts, 1.25 WHIP
  4. Adam Haseley: .305 average, .361 on-base percentage, 11 home runs, 17 doubles, five triples, 55 RBIs, 77 runs.
  5. JoJo Romero: 7-6, 3.80 ERA, 106.2 innings pitched, 100 strikeouts, 1.29 WHIP
  6. Mickey Moniak: .270 average, .304 on-base percentage, five home runs, 28 doubles, three triples, 55 RBIs, 50 runs
  7. Jhailyn Ortiz: .225 average, .297 on-base percentage, 13 home runs, 18 doubles, two triples, 47 RBIs, 51 runs
  8. Ranger Suarez: 6-3, 2.75 ERA, 124.1 innings pitched, 85 strikeouts, 1.18 WHIP
  9. Enyel De Los Santos: 10-5, 2.63 ERA, 126.2 innings pitched, 110 strikeouts, 1.16 WHIP
  10. Cole Irvin: 14-4, 2.57 ERA, 161.1 innings pitched, 131 strikeouts, 1.05 WHIP
  11. Arquimedes Gamboa: .214 average, .304 on-base percentage, two home runs, 14 doubles, four triples, 37 RBIs, 49 runs
  12. Daniel Brito: .252 average, .307 on-base percentage, four home runs, 18 doubles, four triples, 38 RBIs, 41 runs
  13. Francisco Morales: 4-5, 5.27 ERA, 56.1 innings pitched, 68 strikeouts, 1.54 WHIP
  14. Luis Garcia: .369 average, .433 on-base percentage, one home runs, 11 doubles, three triples, 32 RBIs, 33 runs
  15. Dylan Cozens: .246 average, .345 on-base percentage, 21 home runs, 17 doubles, two triples, 58 RBIs, 49 runs
  16. Jose Gomez: .224 average, .259 on-base percentage, one home run, seven doubles, two triples, 24 RBI, 33 runs
  17. Kyle Young: 3-3, 2.73 ERA, 59.1 innings pitched, 50 strikeouts, .96 WHIP
  18. Spencer Howard: 9-8, 3.78 ERA, 112 innings pitched, 147 strikeouts, 1.26 WHIP
  19. David Parkinson: 11-1, 1.45 ERA, 124.1 innings pitched, 141 strikeouts, 1.01 WHIP
  20. Drew Anderson: 9-4, 3.87 ERA, 104.2 innings pitched, 84 strikeouts, 1.16 WHIP
  21. Kyle Dohy: 7-9, 2.54 ERA, 67.1 innings pitched, 111 strikeouts, 1.13 WHIP
  22. Cornelius Randolph: .241 average, .324 on-base percentage, five home runs, 18 doubles, 40 RBIs, 52 runs
  23. Connor Seabold: 5-8, 4.28 ERA, 130.1 innings pitched, 132 strikeouts, 1.11 WHIP
  24. Dominic Pipkin: 1-2, 3.64 ERA, 29.2 innings pitched, 18 strikeouts, 1.18 WHIP
  25. Kevin Gowdy: Has not played
  26. Jhordany Mezquita: 1-0, 3.60 ERA, 35 innings pitched, 41 strikeouts, 1.29 WHIP
  27. Tom Eshelman: 2-13, 5.84 ERA, 140.1 innings, 104 strikeouts, 1.67 WHIP
  28. Colton Eastman: 0-2, 3.00 ERA, 18 innings pitched, 23 strikeouts, 1.39 WHIP
  29. Nick Maton: .256 average, .330 on-base percentage, eight home runs, 26 doubles, five triples, 51 RBIs, 52 runs
  30. Simon Muzziotti: .250 average, .289 OBP, one home run, 12 doubles, two triples, 22 RBIs, 35 runs

Awards

Best Hitter: Adam Haseley- Haseley hit .305 across two levels and showed major league potential this year as a top-of-the-order presence.

Best Pitcher: David Parkinson- A 1.45 ERA in 22 starts is pretty good – so is a 1.01 WHIP.

Biggest Improvement: Mickey Moniak- He hit .254 before the All- Star Break, but .286 after it. He also hit .311 in August. Moniak may have figured some things out, just in time to enter the hitter-friendly confines of Reading in 2019.

Biggest Disappointment: Sixto Sanchez- Not that he had a bad year, but an elbow injury cut three months off his season and robbed Phillies fans of a chance to see him in Reading this summer. He should be there next year, but it was disappointing to see this injury derail his season.

Most to Prove: Alec Bohm- The Phillies nabbed Bohm at third overall in the 2018 draft. An injury put a brief halt to his rookie season, but he did return. He only hit .252 in the time he did play. The Phillies will be expecting much more from their top pick next year.

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  1. pamikeydc

    September 6, 2018 at 2:35 pm

    Cornelius Randolph

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