2014 Year In Review: A's MiLB League Leaders

The 2014 minor league regular season is concluded. Over the next several weeks, we will be taking a look back at the season that was. In the first of this series, we look at Oakland A's prospects who were league-leaders in a variety of statistical categories.

League Leaders

The following prospects led their respective leagues in these categories

Shane Peterson, Pacific Coast League: Games (137), At-Bats (543), Hits (167), Doubles (40)

Evan Scribner, Pacific Coast League: K/9, for pitchers with at least 30 IP (13.79)

Dusty Coleman, Texas League: Runs (79), RBI (81), Ks (202),

Max Muncy, Texas League: Walks (87), OBP (.385)

Nate Long, Texas League: Wins (13)

Chris Jensen, Texas League: IP (160.1), HBP (13)

Drew Granier, Texas League: BB (76)

Matt Olson, California League: Games (138), Runs (111), Homers (37), Total Bases (278), Walks (117)

Ryon Healy, California League: At-bats (561)

Daniel Robertson, California League: Hits (170), Doubles (37)

Seth Streich, California League: ERA (3.16), WHIP (1.16)

Dylan Covey, Midwest League: CG (2)

Louis Trivino, Midwest League Earned Runs Allowed (82)

Jerad Grundy, New York-Penn League: GS (15)

Carlos Navas, Arizona Rookie League: Wins (6), IP (71)

Jesus Rivas, Arizona Rookie League: Saves (7 – tied), Games Finished (14)

Angel Duno, Dominican Summer League: GS (15)

Note: Boog Powell posted the highest OBP (.451) of any qualified batter in minor league baseball this season, but he didn’t have enough plate appearances in any one league to qualify for the league title.

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