League Record Book: RBIs

Ah, RBIs. The oft-misunderstood standard of production. So while we can sit back and let the BBWAA argue over how to vote for the MVP in each league, and how much RBIs should (or should not) count in that vote, let’s take a look at the highest totals since the 2004 Valley League season:

1 Jimmy Yezzo Winchester 2012 62
2 Jeremy Terni Winchester 2004 54
Kurt Davidson Waynesboro 2007 54
4 Gunnar McNeill Staunton 2014 52
5 Zack Sterry Waynesboro 2016 49
6 Jon Love Front Royal 2004 48
Jermaine Berry Staunton 2012 48
8 Blake McDade Staunton 2009 47
9 Joseph Odom Winchester 2012 46
10 Michael McClellan Waynesboro 2014 45

There’s Zack Sterry again! He fit right in the middle of this list with his 2016 production.

Jimmy Yezzo is the sole former minor leaguer on the list, and Joseph Odom is the only current minor leaguer.

Does anyone remember the tear that Kurt Davidson was on back in ’07? It seemed like he drove in every single baserunner all summer long.

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One thought on “League Record Book: RBIs

  1. John,

    I was very fortunate to have Great Teammates who got on base in front of me. Like all of these guys on this list couldn’t be done without people getting on base. All of these guys had great seasons. Thanks for all you do for the Valley League. I know I will never forget that summer capped off by winning the championship

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