Statistics in Minor League Games Paul has Attended

All statistics are from the 2003-2013 baseball seasons.

Highest Batting Average, Career, Paul’s Presence (minimum 10 at-bats):

.600–Marcus Littlewood, Everett AquaSox, 2011-12 (6-10).
.571–Chip Ambres, Portland Beavers, 2008 (8-14).
.538–Alberto Callaspo, Arkansas Travelers/Tucson Sidewinders, 2004-2007 (7-13).
.500–Royce Huffman, Portland Beavers, 2007 (10-20).
.500–Brent Johnson, Everett AquaSox, 2004 (7-14).
.500–Shawn Payne, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, 2011 (6-12).
.500–Chris Nelson, Asheville Tourists/Colorado Springs Sky Sox, 2006-2010 (5-10).
.500–Chris Minaker, Everett AquaSox, 2006 (5-10).
.500–Jeff Flaig, Everett AquaSox, 2005 (5-10).

Highest Batting Average, Paul’s Presence, Career (minimum 20 at-bats):

.500–Royce Huffman, Portland Beavers, 2007 (10-20).
.458–Simon Klink, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes/Augusta GreenJackets/San Jose Giants, 2004-2006 (11-24).
.444–Brian Horwitz, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes/Augusta GreenJackets/Fresno Grizzlies, 2004-2009 (12-27).
.429–Yung Chi Chen, Everett AquaSox/Inland Empire 66ers, 2004-2006 (9-21).
.419–Mike Wilson, Everett AquaSox/Inland Empire 66ers/Tacoma Rainiers, 2004-2010 (13-31).

Lowest Career Batting Average, Paul’s Presence, Career (minimum 20 at-bats):

.095–Tommy Everidge, Vancouver Canadians/Midland RockHounds/Tacoma Rainiers, 2004-2010 (2-21).
.143–Randy McCurry, Hillsboro Hops (3-21).
.154–Danny Putnam, Sacramento RiverCats/Midland RockHounds/Portland Beavers, 2007-2009 (4-26).
.174–Brett Krill, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, 2011 (4-23).
.182–Eliezer Alfonzo, Fresno Grizzlies/Portland Beavers/Tacoma Rainiers, 2006-2010 (6-33).

Highest Career OPS, Paul’s Presence, Career (minimum 10 plate appearances):

1.818–Marcus Littlewood, Everett AquaSox, 2011-12.
1.500–Nate Gold, Oklahoma RedHawks, 2008.
1.400–Chris Nelson, Asheville Tourists/Colorado Springs Sky Sox, 2006-2010.
1.333–(tie) Ryan Rohlinger, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes/Fresno Grizzlies, 2006-2010.
–Jeff Flaig, Everett AquaSox, 2005.

Highest OPS, Paul’s Presence, Career (minimum 20 plate appearances):

1.280–Chase Headley, Lake Elsinore Storm/Portland Beavers, 2006-2008.
1.207–Royce Huffman, Portland Beavers, 2007.
1.154–Simon Klink, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes/Augusta GreenJackets/San Jose Giants, 2004-2006.
1.152–Chuckie Jones, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, 2011-12.
1.150–Russ Adams, Portland Beavers, 2009.

Lowest OPS, Career, Paul’s Presence (minimum 20 plate appearances):

.273–Tommy Everidge, Vancouver Canadians/Midland RockHounds/Tacoma Rainiers, 2004-2010.
.364–Randy McCurry, Hillsboro Hops, 2013.
.444–Danny Putnam, Sacramento RiverCats/Midland RockHounds/Portland Beavers, 2007-2009.
.458–Christian Colonel, Tri-City Dust Devils/Colorado Springs Sky Sox/Portland Beavers, 2003-2010.
.462–Matt Miller, Tri-City Dust Devils/Asheville Tourists/Modesto Nuts/Colorado Springs Sky Sox/PCL All-Star Team, 2004-2010.

Most Hits, Career, Paul’s Presence:

22–Craig Stansberry, Portland Beavers, 2007-2010.
17–Sean Kazmar, Eugene Emeralds/Lake Elsinore Storm/Portland Beavers, 2004-2010.
14–Peter Ciofrone, Lake Elsinore Storm/Portland Beavers, 2006-2009.
13 (tie)–Yogey Perez-Ramos, Yakima Bears/Hillsboro Hops, 2012-2013.
–Mike Wilson, Everett AquaSox/Inland Empire 66ers/Tacoma Rainiers, 2004-2010.

Most Home Runs, Career, Paul’s Presence:

4–Brandon Cashman, Spokane Indians, 2004.
3–(tie) Chuckie Jones, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, 2011-2012.
–Chris Carter, Yakima Bears/Tucson Sidewinders/Sacramento RiverCats, 2004-2010.
–Paul McAnulty, Portland Beavers, 2006-2008.
2–(tie) 26 players.

Most Stolen Bases, Career, Paul’s Presence:

6–Eric Young, Jr., Asheville Tourists/Colorado Springs Sky Sox/PCL All-Star Team, 2006-2009.
5–Shawn Payne, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, 2011.
4 (tie)–Taylor Ratliff, Hillsboro Hops, 2013.
–Freddy Guzman, Portland Beavers, 2004.
3–(tie) Billy Hamilton, Louisville Bats,, 2013.
–Brian Adams, Eugene Emeralds, 2012.
–Yung Chi Chen, Everett AquaSox/Inland Empire 66ers, 2004-2006.
–Bryan Sabatella, Everett AquaSox, 2005-2006.
–Trevor Heid, Everett  AquaSox/Inland Empire 66ers, 2004-2006.

Pitching Records

Most Wins, Career, Paul’s Presence

2–(tie) Ben Eckles, Hillsboro Hops, 2013.
–Josh Geer, Portland Beavers, 2008-2010.
–Cesar Ramos, Portland Beavers, 2008-2010.
–Josh Banks, Portland Beavers, 2008-2009.
–Wade LeBlanc, Eugene Emeralds/Portland Beavers, 2006-2010.
–Casey Daigle, Tucson Sidewinders, 2006-2007.
–Jeff Gilmore, Everett AquaSox, 2005.

Most Losses, Career, Paul’s Presence:

4–Wade LeBlanc, Eugene Emeralds/Portland Beavers, 2006-2010.
3–Cesar Carrillo, Portland Beavers, 2009-2010.
2–(tie) Reinier Roibal, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, 2011.
–Josh Geer, Portland Beavers, 2008-2010.
–Cesar Ramos, Portland Beavers, 2008-2010.
–Eulogio de la Cruz, West Michigan Whitecaps/Portland Beavers, 2004-2009.
–Edwin Moreno, Portland Beavers, 2008-2009.
–Angel Rocha, Yakima Bears, 2005.
–Chase Smith, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, 2004.

Most Saves, Career, Paul’s Presence:

3–Scott Cassidy, Portland Beavers, 2007.
2 (tie)–Adam Cimber, Eugene Emeralds, 2013.
–Tyler Mizenko, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, 2012.
–Jared Weills, Portland Beavers, 2007-2008.
1–(tie) 49 players.

Lowest ERA, Paul’s Presence (minimum 10 innings pitched):

0.87–Vin Mazzaro, Midland Rock Hounds/Sacramento RiverCats, 2008-2010.
0.95–Josh Banks, Portland Beavers, 2008-2009.
1.29–Ching Lo, Asheville Tourists/Modesto Nuts, 2005-2006.
1.64–Tim Stauffer, Portland Beavers, 2008-2010.
1,74–Robert Rohrbaugh, Everett AquaSox/Inland Empire 66ers, 2005-2006.

Highest ERA, Paul’s Presence, (minimum .33 innings pitched):

162.00–Ricky Orta, Everett AquaSox, 2006 (1/3 IP, 6ER).
108.00–Randy Ziegler, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, 2012 (1/3 IP, 4ER).
81.00–Brett Tomko, Portland Beavers, 2008 (1/3 IP, 3ER).
54.00– (tie) Joe Esposito, Aberdeen IronBirds, 2007 (2/3 IP, 4ER).
–Joe Woerman, Everett AquaSox, 2004 (2/3 IP, 4ER).
–Brandon Villafuerte, Albuquerque Isotopes, 2008 (1/3 IP, 2ER).
–Adiel Sanchez, Vancouver Canadians, 2004 (1/3 IP, 2ER).

Most Earned Runs Surrendered with Zero IP, Career, Paul’s Presence

5– (tie) Kevin Castner, Spokane Indians, 2009.
–Nick Devenney, Spokane Indians, 2003.
4–Nick McCully, Quad Cities River Bandits, 2009.
3–Paul Burnside, Great Falls Voyagers, 2009.

Lowest WHIP, Career, Paul’s Presence (minimum 10 IP):

0.57–Ching Lo, Asheville Tourists/Modesto Nuts, 2005-2006.
0.68–Vin Mazzaro, Midland RockHounds/Sacramento RiverCats, 2008-2010.
0.69–Mike Thompson, Portland Beavers, 2006-2007.
0.87–Jeff Gilmore, Everett AquaSox, 2005.
0.94–Walter Silva, Portland Beavers, 2009.

Batters:  Individual Game Records

Most Hits, Game:

5–Greg Mathis, Yakima Bears at Everett AquaSox, August 3, 2003.
4–(tie)  18 times.

Most Home Runs, Game:

4–Brandon Cashman, Spokane Indians at Everett AquaSox, June 28, 2004.
2–(tie) J.P. Arencibia, Las Vegas 51s at Portland Beavers, September 4, 2009.
–Brian Dopirak, Las Vegas 51s at Portland Beavers, July 29, 2009.
–Seth Johnston, Portland Beavers vs. Las Vegas 51s, July 29, 2009.
–Jermaine Mitchell, Vancouver Canadians at Everett AquaSox, September 3, 2006.
–Alex Valdez, Vancouver Canadians at Everett AquaSox, September 3, 2006.
–Chris Carter, Yakima Bears vs. Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, July 8, 2004.
–Colt Morton, Eugene Emeralds vs. Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, July 3, 2004.
–A.J. Zapp, Tacoma Rainiers vs. Portland Beavers, July 1, 2004.
–Greg Mathis, Yakima Bears at Everett AquaSox, August 3, 2003.

Most Stolen Bases, Game

3–(tie) Billy Hamilton, Louisville Bats vs. Durham Bulls, June 11, 2013.
–Brian Adams, Eugene Emeralds vs. Everett AquaSox, July 4, 2012.
–Shawn Payne, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes vs. Vancouver Canadians, August 21, 2011.
–Eric Young, Jr., Asheville Tourists vs. Columbus Catfish, July 21, 2006.
–Freddy Guzman, Portland Beavers vs. Edmonton Trappers, July 4, 2004.

Most Runs Scored, Game

5–Jermaine Mitchell, Vancouver Canadians at Everett AquaSox, September 3, 2006.
4–(tie) Chase Headley, Portland Beavers vs. Las Vegas 51s, May 18, 2008.
–Terry Blunt, Spokane Indians at Yakima Bears, July 3, 2005.
–Brent Johnson, Everett AquaSox at Tri-City Dust Devils, July 7, 2004.
–Brandon Cashman, Spokane Indians at Everett AquaSox, June 28, 2004.
–Jeff Mathis, Yakima Bears at Everett AquaSox, August 3, 2003.

Most Runs Batted In, Game:

9–Brandon Cashman, Spokane Indians at Everett AquaSox, June 28, 2004.
7–Brian Dopirak, Las Vegas 51s at Portland Beavers, July 29, 2009.
6–J.P. Arencibia, Las Vegas 51s at Portland Beavers, September 4, 2009.
5 (tie)–Marcus Littlewood, Everett AquaSox vs. Eugene Emeralds, August 19, 2012.
–Luis Jimenez, Tacoma Rainiers vs. Round Rock Express, May 13, 2012.
–Jermaine Mitchell, Vancouver Canadians at Everett AquaSox, September 3, 2006.
–Alex Valdez, Vancouver Canadians at Everett AquaSox, September 3, 2006.
–Steve Murphy, Spokane Indians at Yakima Bears, July 3, 2005.

GAME PITCHING–INDIVIDUALS

Most Strikeouts, Game

11–Shane Lindsay, Tri-City Dust Devils vs. Boise Hawks, July 2, 2005.
10–(tie) Juan Marcano, Eugene Emeralds at Everett AquaSox, August 19, 2012.
–Michael Pineda, Tacoma Rainiers at Salt Lake Bees, July 4, 2010.
–Ching Lo, Modesto Nuts vs. San Jose Giants, July 2, 2006.
–Rich Hill, Boise Hawks vs. Tri-City Dust Devils, July 5, 2003.

Most Walks, Game:

8–(tie) Aaron Poreda, Portland Beavers vs. Las Vegas 51s, September 4, 2009.
–Franklin Morales, Colorado Springs Sky Sox vs. Portland Beavers, August 11, 2008.
6–Angel Rocha, Spokane Indians at Yakima Bears, July 3, 2005.
5–10 times.

Notable Individual Pitching Performances (either <5 hits allowed or no runs allowed):

5-hit shutout:

Brandon Hynick, Colorado Springs Sky Sox at Portland Beavers, May 6, 2009 (5 hits, 2 strikeouts, 1 walk, shutout in 7-inning game).

Notable Combined Pitching Performances (either <5 hits allowed or  no runs allowed):

2-hitter:

Dusty Hughes (5.1), Yasuhiko Yabuta (2.33), and Chris Hayes (1.33), Omaha Royals at Portland Beavers August 16, 2009 (won 1-0).
Wade LeBlanc (7), Mike Ekstrom (1) and Eulogio de la Cruz (1), Portland Beavers vs. Colorado Springs Sky Sox, July 5, 2009 (won 2-1).
Nathan Bland (4), Matt Wilhite (2), Matt Hensley (1), Marcus Gwyn (1), and Greg Jones (1), Salt Lake Bees at Sacramento RiverCats, July 3, 2006 (won 2-0).

3-hitter:

Jose Martinez (5), Patrick Smith (2), Alexander Carreras (1) and Will Locante (1), Hillsboro Hops vs. Eugene Emeralds, June 17, 2013 (won 12-0).
Craig Westcott (7), Mario Rodriguez (0.33) and Brandon Graves (1.67), Salem-Keizer Volcanoes vs. Tri-City Dust Devils, September 9, 2009 (Game 3,  Northwest League Championship Series, won 7-0).
Walter Silva (4.67), Josh Banks (2), Joe Thatcher (1.33), and Greg Burke (1), Portland Beavers vs. Salt Lake Bees, May 10, 2009 (won 3-2).
Alan Horne (6), Scott Patterson (2) and Justin Pope (1), Trenton Thunder vs. Portland SeaDogs, August 16, 2007 (won 8-4).
Alfredo Venegas (6), Brandon McKerney (1) and Bryan Harris (2), Everett AquaSox vs. Vancouver Canadians, July 24, 2007 (won 5-2).
Chad Durbin (8) and Lee Gardner (1), Toledo Mud Hens at Lousiville Bats, July 30, 2006 (won 6-1).
Shawn Estes (6), Javier Lopez (1) and Greg Aquino (2), Tucson Sidewinders at Portland Beavers, September 3, 2005 (won 4-1).
Ching Lo (7) and George Delgado (2), Asheville Tourists vs. Kannapolis Intimidators, April 15, 2005 (lost 0-1).

4-hitter:

Steven Ewing (6.2), Aaron Brooks (1..1), and Jose Valdivia (1), Everett AquaSox at Hillsboro Hops, July 28, 2013 (won 6-0).
Ben Eckles (5.1), Karl Triana (2.2), and Yoimer Camacho (1), Hillsboro Hops vs. Eugene Emeralds, June 19, 2013 (won 2-1).
Thomas Royse (5), Rene Garcia (2) and Stephen Huff (2), Great Falls Voyagers at Helena Brewers, July 8, 2010 (won 15-2).
Cesar Ramos (6), Edwin Moreno (2) and Mike Ekstrom (1), Portland Beavers vs. Las Vegas 51s, September 7, 2009 (won 5-0).
Alan Johnson (5.67), Damian Moss (1.33), Matt Belisle (1) and Matt Wilhite (1), Colorado Springs Sky Sox at Portland Beavers, July 4, 2009 (won 4-2).
Robert Hernandez (4), Corey Martin (2), Ryan Sontag (1.33) and Mike Perconte (.67), Boise Hawks at Tri-City Dust Devils, July 1, 2009 (lost 4-6).
Anthony Ortega (5), Doug Brandt (3) and Kevin Jepsen (1), Arkansas Travelers vs. Midland RockHounds, April 5, 2008 (lost 1-2).
Brad Knox (6), Ron Flores (1.33) and Kazuhito Tadano (.67), Sacramento River Cats at Portland Beavers, August 15, 2007 (lost 2-5).
J.D. Martin (4), Cody Bunkelman (2), Ryan Knippschild (1) and Randy Newsom (1), Kinston Indians at Potomac Nationals, August 19, 2006 (won 6-1).
Ching Lo (7) and Matt Daley (2), Modesto Nuts vs. San Jose Giants, July 2, 2006 (won 6-3).
Darren Sack (6), Thomas King (2) and Ben Cox (1), San Jose Giants vs. Modesto Nuts, July 1, 2006 (won 5-1).
Zach Simons (6), Ryan Fox (0.33), Ethan Katz (1.67) and George Delgado (1), Tri-City Dust Devils at Everett AquaSox, July 29, 2005 (won 9-3).
Broc Coffman (5), Juan Maldonado (2) and Warren Rosebrock (1), Spokane Indians at Everett AquaSox, July 16, 2005 (lost 2-4).
Joe Newby (5), Jason Ray (2), Brad Kilby (1) and Mike Mitchell (1), Vancouver Canadians at Everett AquaSox, July 1, 2005 (won 5-2).
Ray Liotta (7), Jack Egbert (1) and Matt Zaleski (1), Kannapolis Intimidators at Asheville Tourists, April 15, 2005 (won 1-0).
Craig Whitaker (5), Brian Stirm (1.67), Anthony Moreno (1.33) and Tim Alvarez (1), Augusta Green Jackets vs. Savannah Sand Gnats, April 14, 2005 (won 10-2).
Tim Bittner (6), Cam Esslinger (2) and Dan Mozingo (1), Arkansas Travelers at Wichita Wranglers, April 10, 2004 (won 10-0).
Brian Lynch (5), Reynardo Vargas (2), Yusuke Arakawa (1) and J.P. Gagne (1), Tri-City Dust Devils at Boise Hawks, July 5, 2003 (won 6-4).

Five-hit shutout:

Ben Eckles (7), Chase Stevens (1), and Jimmie Sherfy (1), Hillsboro Hops vs. Everett AquaSox, June 27, 2013 (won 9-0).
Casey Daigle (6), Jailen Peguero (2) and Randy Choate (1), Tucson Sidewinders at Portland Beavers, July 21, 2007 (won 3-0).

Six-hit shutout:

Joan Gregorio (6), Keith Bilodeau (2) and Tyler Mizenko (1), Salem-Keizer Volcanoes vs. Vancouver Canadians, August 21, 2012 (won 3-0).
Adam Cowart (6), Paul Oseguera (2) and Adam Paul (1), Salem-Keizer Volcanoes at Everett AquaSox, August 8, 2006 (won 9-0).
Justin Hampson (5), Gerrit Simpson (3) and Ryan Speier (1), Tulsa Drillers vs. Frisco RoughRiders, April 11, 2004 (won 1-0).

Seven-hit shutout:

Jay Stephens (6), Kyle Hollander (2) and Jeff Livek (1), Staten Island Yankees at Aberdeen Ironbirds, August 17, 2007 (won 9-0).
Robert Rohrbaugh (5.67), Mumba Rivera (1.33), Jon Lockwood (1) and Stephen Kahn (1), Inland Empire 66ers at High Desert Mavericks, April 8, 2006 (won 9-0).

TEAM RECORDS

By affiliation:

Team W L Pct.
New York Yankees 4 0 1.000
Houston Astros 2 0 1.000
Philadelphia Phillies 2 0 1.000
Cincinnati Reds 4 1 .800
Kansas City Royals 5 2 .714
Seattle Mariners 20 9 .690
Los Angeles Dodgers 5 3 .625
Oakland As 6 4 .600
Toronto Blue Jays 4 3 .571
Arizona Diamondbacks 15 12 .555
Texas Rangers 8 7 .533
Anaheim/Los Angeles Angels 6 6 .500
Chicago White Sox Cleveland Indians 3 3 .500
Cleveland Indians Detroit Tigers 1 1 .500
Detroit Tigers Florida Marlins 1 1 .500
Florida Marlins Pittsburgh Pirates 1 1 .500
Pittsburgh Pirates Colorado Rockies 1 1 .500
San Francisco Giants 13 14 .481
Colorado Rockies 10 13 .435
San Diego Padres 22 33 .400
Chicago Cubs 2 6 .250
Milwaukee Brewers 1 3 .250
St. Louis Cardinals 1 5 .167
Baltimore Orioles 0 1 .000
Boston Red Sox 0 1 .000
Minnesota Twins 0 1 .000
Tampa Bay Rays 0 3 .000
Montreal Expos/Washington Nationals 0 3 .000
Atlanta Braves 0 0
New York Mets 0 0

Best win/loss percentage, any team (minimum 5 games):

.833–Tacoma Rainiers (5-1).
.619–Everett AquaSox (13-8).
.600–Fresno Grizzlies (3-2).

Worst win-loss percentage, any team (minimum 5 games):

.333–Boise Hawks (2-4).
.381–Portland Beavers (16-26).
.444–Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (8-10).

Most wins, still-undefeated team:

3–Albuquerque Isotopes.
2–  (tie)  Idaho Falls Chukars.
Omaha Royals.
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers.

TEAM BATTING RECORDS  IN A GAME

Most runs, game:

20–Vancouver Canadians at Everett AquaSox, September 3, 2006.
19–Yakima Bears at Everett AquaSox, August 3, 2003.
18–Spokane Indians at Everett AquaSox, June 28, 2004.
17–Spokane Indians at Yakima Bears, July 3, 2005.
16–Everett AquaSox at Tri-City Dust Devils, July 7, 2003.

Most runs, both teams, game:

28–Yakima Bears (19) at Everett AquaSox (9), August 3, 2003.
27–(tie) Vancouver Canadians (20) at Everett AquaSox (7), September 3, 2006.
–Spokane Indians (18) at Everett AquaSox (9), June 28, 2004.
23–Great Falls Voyagers (9) at Missoula Osprey (14), July 2, 2009.
21 (tie)–Yakima Bears (8) at Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (13),  July 31, 2011.
–Columbus Catfish (11) at Asheville Tourists (10), July 21, 2006.

Most hits,  game:

20–Arkansas Travelers at Wichita Wranglers, April 10, 2004.
19–Yakima Bears at Everett AquaSox, August 3, 2003.
18–Everett AquaSox at Tri-City Dust Devils, July 7, 2004.
17–(tie) Yakima Bears at Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, July 15, 2012.
–Portland Beavers vs. Las Vegas 51s, May 18, 2008.
–Vancouver Canadians at Everett AquaSox, September 3, 2006.
–Asheville Tourists vs. Columbus Catfish, July 21, 2006.
–Columbus Catfish at Asheville Tourists, July 21, 2006.
–Spokane Indians at Yakima Bears, July 3, 2005.

Most hits, game, both teams:

35–Yakima Bears (19) at Everett AquaSox (16), August 3, 2005.
34–Columbus Catfish (17) at Asheville Tourists (17), July 21, 2006.
31–Vancouver Canadians (17) at Everett AquaSox (14), September 3, 2006.
30–(tie) Everett AquaSox (16) at Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (14), September 4, 2004.
–Spokane Indians (16) at Everett AquaSox (14), June 28, 2004.

Fewest hits, game, both teams:

7–Kannapolis Intimidators (3) at Asheville Tourists (4), April 15, 2005.
8–Omaha Royals (6) at Portland Beavers (2), August 16, 2009.
9–(tie)Eugene Emeralds (4) at Hillsboro Hops (5), June 19, 2013.
–Tucson Sidewinders (6) at Portland Beavers (3), September 3, 2005.
–Midland RockHounds (4) at Arkansas Travelers (5), April 5, 2008.

Most errors, game

6–(tie) Salem-Keizer Volcanoes vs. Eugene Emeralds, August 7, 2011.
–Yakima Bears at Everett AquaSox, June 21, 2007.
5–(tie) Salem-Keizer Volcanoes vs. Spokane Indians, August 10, 2012.
–Helena Brewers vs. Great Falls Voyagers, July 8, 2010.
–Orem Owlz at Ogden Raptors, July 6, 2010.
–Swing of the Quad Cities at Clinton Lumber Kings, April 5, 2007.

Most errors, game, both teams:

9–Swing of the Quad Cities (5) at Clinton Lumber Kings (4), April 5, 2007.
7–Everett AquaSox (4) at Tri-City Dust Devils (3), July 7, 2004.
6–(tie) Spokane Indians at Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, August 10, 2012.
–Boise Hawks (4) at Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (2), August 28, 2011.
–Eugene Emeralds (0) at Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (6), August 7, 2011.
–Great Falls Voyagers (1) at Helena Brewers (5), July 8, 2010.
–Yakima Bears (6) at Everett AquaSox (0), June 21, 2007.

Most home runs, game, team:

6–Vancouver Canadians at Everett AquaSox, September 3, 2006.
5–Spokane Indians at Everett AquaSox, June 28, 2004.
4–(tie) Everett AquaSox at Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, September 5, 2004.
–Tacoma Rainiers vs. Portland Beavers, July 1, 2004.
–Yakima Bears at Everett AquaSox, August 3, 2003.

Most home runs, game, both teams:

8–Vancouver Canadians (8) at Everett AquaSox (2), September 3, 2006.
7–Spokane Indians (5) at Everett AquaSox (2), June 28, 2004.
5–(tie): Durham Bulls (3) at Louisville Bats (2), June 11, 2013.
–Reno Aces (3) at Portland Beavers (2), July 22, 2010.
–Las Vegas 51s (3) at Portland Beavers (2), May 15, 2008.
–Sacramento River Cats (3) at Portland Beavers (2), August 15, 2007.
–Tucson Sidewinders (3) at Portland Beavers (2), June 27, 2006.
–Yakima Bears (2) at Everett AquaSox (3), August 14, 2005.
–Everett AquaSox (4) at Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (1), September 5, 2004.
–Portland Beavers (1) at Tacoma Rainiers (4), July 1, 2004.
–Yakima Bears (4) at Everett AquaSox (1), August 3, 2003.

Most strikeouts, game (pitchers’ team listed):

16–Tri-City Dust Devils vs. Boise Hawks, July 2, 2005.
14 (tie)–Eugene Emeralds vs. Everett AquaSox, July 4 2012.
–Mahoning Valley Scrappers at Batavia Muckdogs, July 26, 2004.
13 (tie)–Eugene Emeralds at Everett AquaSox, August 19, 2012.
–Kannapolis Intimidators at Asheville Tourists, April 15, 2005.

Most strikeouts, game, both teams (pitchers’ team listed):

28–Boise Hawks (12) at Tri-City Dust Devils (16), July 2, 2005.
23 (tie)–Everett AquaSox (9) at Eugene Emeralds (14), July 4, 2012.
–Kannapolis Intimidators (13) at Asheville Tourists (10), April 15, 2005.
22–(tie) Eugene Emeralds (12) at Everett AquaSox (10), July 10, 2006.
–Vancouver Canadians (11) at Everett AquaSox (10), July 1, 2005.

Most stolen bases, team, game:

6–Salem-Keizer Volcanoes vs. Spokane Indians, August 11, 2011.
5–Portland Beavers vs. Edmonton Trappers, July 4, 2004.
4–(tie) Hillboro Hops vs. Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, August 15, 2013.
–Louisville Bats vs. Durham Bulls, June 11, 2013.
–Eugene Emeralds vs. Everett AquaSox, July 4, 2012.
–Eugene Emeralds at Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, August 7, 2011.
–Reno Aces at Portland Beavers, July 22, 2010.
–Sacramento River Cats at Portland Beavers, April 22, 2009.
–Asheville Tourists vs. Columbus Catfish, July 21, 2006.
–Everett AquaSox vs. Yakima Bears, August 3, 2003.

Most stolen bases, both teams, game:

7–Spokane Indians (1) at Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (6), August 11, 2011.
6–Edmonton Trappers (1) at Portland Beavers (5), July 4, 2004.
5–(tie)  Vancouver Canadians (2) at Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (3), August 21, 2011.
–Eugene Emeralds (4) at Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (1), August 7, 2011.
–Columbus Catfish (1) at Asheville Tourists (4), July 21, 2006.
–Colorado Springs Sky Sox (2) at Portland Beavers (3), May 6, 2009.

Longest game:

12 innings–Scranton Wilkes-Barre Red Barons at Charlotte Knights, July 22, 2006.
11 innings (tie)–Everett AquaSox at Tri-City Dust Devils, June 27, 2013.
–Casper Ghosts at Idaho Falls Chukars, July 7, 2010.
10 innings(tie)–Eugene Emeralds at Boise Hawks, June 28, 2013.
–Oklahoma Red Hawks at Portland Beavers, May 1, 2008.
–Midland RockHounds at Arkansas Travelers, April 4, 2008.
–Tucson Sidewinders at Portland Beavers, June 28, 2006.
–West Michigan Whitecaps at Battle Creek Yankees, July 20, 2004.

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