AC LEADERS ---------- Batting title: WMS J.T. Realmuto, .318 Home run champ: EVE Aaron Judge, 60 RBI: EVE Aaron Judge, 130 Hits: WMS Luis Arraez, 212 Runs: EVE Aaron Judge, 122 Stolen bases: WMS J.T. Realmuto, 48 Wins: MCM Logan Webb, 22-4 ERA: MCM Logan Webb, 1.89 Strikeouts: OXY Gerrit Cole, 286 Saves: WMS Edwin Diaz, 41 NC LEADERS ---------- Batting title: SEA Jeff McNeil, .322 Home run champ: SEA Cal Raleigh, 41 RBI: CAN Nolan Arenado, 117 Hits: SFP Trea Turner, 204 Runs: CAN Nolan Arenado, 120 Stolen bases: SLG Kyle Tucker, 63 Wins: SEA Yu Darvish, 23-4 ERA: GTY Sandy Alcantara, 1.99 Strikeouts: SDQ/SEA Carlos Rodon, 315 Saves: SCS Ryan Helsley, 32 SNH's Framber Valdez was the only other 20-game winner, going 21-10. BUF's Tyler Anderson lost 20 games, going 7-20 despite pitching fairly well with a 3.96 ERA in 35 starts and 215.2 innings. In addition to winning the NC batting title, SEA's Jeff McNeil led the IBL with 50 doubles. In addition to winning the AC batting title, WMS's J.T. Realmuto showed catchers can be athletes too, leading the conference in stolen bases (48) and pacing the IBL in triples (16). Juan Soto lapped the field in bases on balls, drawing 169 walks. No other batter in either conference walked more than 92 times. Unsurprisingly, he also led the league with a .411 on-base average. His 169 walks were the highest ever by someone not named Barry Bonds. SLG's Kyle Tucker joined the 30/30 club for the second year in a row, slamming 34 homers to go with his league-leading 63 steals. SCS's Francisco Lindor also went 30/30, hitting 31 homers and swiping 32 bases. Nestor Cortes, Jeffrey Springs, and Marcus Stroman threw no-hitters. https://wiki.ibl.org/dokuwiki/doku.php/nestor-cortes-no-hitter https://wiki.ibl.org/dokuwiki/doku.php/jeffrey-springs-no-hitter https://wiki.ibl.org/dokuwiki/doku.php/marcus-stroman-no-hitter This was one of the lowest scoring seasons in IBL history. The NC Conference ERA was 3.86, and the AC ERA was 3.98. No team scored 5 runs per game, as SNH led the IBL with 801 runs, which is 4.94 runs per game. The Seaside Rainiers led the league with a team ERA of 3.00. Four pitchers had ERAs among the 20 lowest single-season ERAs in IBL history. (5) MCM Logan Webb, 1.89 (10) BOW Zack Wheeler, 1.98 (11) GTY Sandy Alcantara, 1.99 (18) SEA Zac Gallen, 2.19 SNH's Albert Pujols hit his 700th career home run. He finishes his IBL career as the all-time leader in games (3105), at-bats (11977), hits (3449), RBI (2266), total bases (6343), and doubles (727). He finishes with 703 homers, second only to Barry Bonds's 766. MAD's Zack Greinke won his 200th game, finishing the season with a record of 204-187. PHI's Craig Kimbrel reached 400 saves, and trails only Mariano Rivera on the all time saves list. PHI's Clayton Kershaw reached 3000 strikeouts. Paul Goldschmidt reached 300 home runs, 1000 runs, and 1000 RBI. Mike Trout reached 1000 runs scored. Andrew McCutchen reached 1000 RBI. Yu Darvish, Charlie Morton, Gerrit Cole, and Sonny Gray notched their 100th career win.
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