Nats Minor League Leaderboard (6/28)

Here are your statistical leaders for the Washington Nationals minor league system.  With the MLB Draft now over, Auburn (Low-A) and GCL Nationals (Rookie) are just underway for their seasons.  With the MLB Draft complete there were also some key minor league moves.  The Nationals promoted several players that well deserved it.  Those are listed below the leaders.

Here are the team records to start:

Syracuse Chiefs: 36-40

Harrisburg Senators: 41-34

Potomac Nationals: 38-34

Hagerstown Suns:  47-28

BATTING LEADERS:

Doubles: Jose Marmolejos (A) 26, Max Schrock (A) 20Brian Goodwin (AAA) and Caleb Ramsey (AAA) 17

Triples: Andrew Stevenson (A) and Christopher Bostick (AAA), 8 Trea Turner (AAA) 7

Home Runs: Drew Ward (AAA) 11, Matthew Skole (AAA) 9, Neftali Soto (AA) 7

Runs: Trea Turner (AAA) 50, Victor Robles (A) 48, Jose Marmolejos (A) and Max Schrock (A) 46, Rafael Bautista (AA) 42

Stolen Bases: Rafael Bautista (A) 33, Andrew Stevenson (AA) 27, Wilmer Difo (AAA) 25, Trea Turner (AAA) 22

RBI: Matthew Page (A) 43, Brian Goodwin (AAA) and Alec Keller (A) 41, Max Schrock (A) 39

Batting AVG: Max Schrock (A) .328, Austin Davidson (A) .318, Victor Robles (A) .308, Andrew Stevenson (A) and Kevin Gutierrez (A) .303

Slugging: Austin Davidson (A) .538, Jose Marmolejos (A) .490, Drew Ward (AA) .485, Max Schrock (A) and Victor Robles (A) .460

On Base Percentage: Victor Robles (A) .406, Austin Davidson (A) .392, Max Schrock (A) .383, Stephen Perez (AAA) .383

PITCHING LEADERS:

Wins: Boone Whiting (AAA) 8, Tyler Maples (AA), 7, AJ Cole (AAA), Jefry Rodriguez (A), and Pedro Avila (A) 6

Innings: Tyler Mapes (AA) 92.1, Paolo Espino (AAA) 87, Taylor Hill (AAA) 83

KOs: Reynaldo Lopez (A) 100, Austin Voth (AAA) 75, Lucas Giolito (AA) 72, AJ Cole (AAA) 69

Starter ERA: Pedro Avila (A) 2.93, Austin Voth (AAA) 2.99, Jefry Rodriguez (A) 3.13, Lucas Giolito (AA) 3.17, Reynaldo Lopez (AA) 3.18

Saves: Rafael Martin (AAA) 14, Ryan Brinley (A) 10

Games: Rafael Martin (AAA) and Bryan Harper (AAA), 29

Bullpen ERA: Ryan Brinley (AA) 0.63, Bryan Harper (AAA) 1.13, Matt Crownover (A) 1.17, Wander Suero (A) 1.30

Bullpen KO: Tyler Gilbeau (A) 47, Kody Glover (AA) 46, Andrew Robinson (A) 43,

Bullpen Wins:  Jorge Pantoja (A) 8, Erick Davis (AAA) 6

Here are the list of well deserved promotions:

Christopher Bostick [.286 BA, .455 SLG, .351 OBP, 34 R, 8 SB, 33RBI] and Zach Collier were promoted to Syracuse (AAA) from AA.

Reynaldo Lopez, one of the Nats top pitching prospects, received a well deserved promotion to Syracuse (AAA).  At AA, Lopez posted a 3-5 record with a 3.18 ERA.  He walked 25 compared to fanning 100, which leads the National minor league system.

2015 second round pick Andrew Stevenson is flying through the minor league system.  He was recently promoted to Harrisburg (AA).  At Potomac, he batted .304 with 12 doubles, 8 triples, and 1 home run.  He scored 37 runs, swiped 27 bases and drive in 18 runs.  He had a .418 SLG and a .359 OBP.

2013 third round pick Drew Ward was promoted to Harrisburg (AA).  He leads the system with 11 home runs.  Ward has a healthy .485 slugging and a .375 OBP.  He has scored 36 runs and driven in 32 runs.

Boone Whiting lead the minor league system with 8 wins.  In 12 starts at Potomac, Whiting is 8-2 with a 3.47 ERA.  He essentially takes the spot of Lopez, who was promoted to AAA.

Ryan Brinley, a 27th round pick out of the 2015 Draft, received a well deserved bump to Harrisburg AA.  At Potomac, out of the bullpen, Brinley posted a system leading 0.63 ERA.   In 22 appearances, he posted a 3-0 record with 10 saves.  He has walked just 5, compared to 27 strikeouts in 28.2 innings.

Victor Robles and Max Schrock each received well deserved promotions from Hagerstown to Potomac.  They both dominate the system stats leaders.  Robles is a top prospect from the Dominican.  At Hagerstown, Robles batted .305 and recorded a .459 SLG and .405 OBP.  He had 9 doubles, 6 triples, and 5 home ruins.  he scored 48 runs, stole 19 bases, and drove in 30 runs.  He is listed as a Top Five system prospect.   Schrock was a 13th round pick in the 2015 Draft.  He leads the minor league system with a .328 batting average.  He has 20 doubles, 2 triples, and 4 home runs.  He has scored 46 ruins, swiped 15 bases, and knocked in 39 runs.  He has a .459 slugging and a .381 OBP.