League Record Book: Hits

In our next category, we have hits in a season, featuring a couple 2014 Valley Leaguers who ripped their way onto the list:

1 Tyler Kuhn Luray 2006 81
Cory Spangenberg Winchester 2010 81
3 Jimmy Yezzo Winchester 2012 79
4 Leo Rojas Winchester 2012 76
5 Gunnar McNeill Staunton 2014 75
6 Brad Zebedis Strasburg 2011 73
7 Julian Ridings Waynesboro 2012 72
Jordan Tarsovich Strasburg 2013 72
9 Andrew Turocy Waynesboro 2010 71
10 Stephen Kerr Charles Town 2014 70

This list is sprinkled with minor leaguers. Spangenberg reached the majors with the Padres this year. Kuhn and Turocy played in the minors, but have either retired or been released. Kuhn reached Triple-A!

Yezzo and Ridings are currently in affiliated ball.

Rojas, Zebedis, and Tarsovich are in their own category. Each of the three performed exceeding well in college, but have not played in affiliated ball. It looks like Rojas is coaching at Alabama State. Zebedis raked for four years at Presbyterian, while Tarsovich did the same at VMI. Might Indy ball be in the future for those two?

And then we have McNeill and Kerr- both 2014 Valley Leaguers. McNeill obviously had an amazing season, and was named MVP. Kerr had 50 hits at the conclusion of the regular season, and then went on a tear for the ages in the playoffs. Stephen went 20-39 in 8 games- is that incredible or what?! Anyway, add his 20 hits in the playoffs to his 50 in the regular season, and he’s now #10 on this list.

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