Williamsburg Record Book 2007

AB

Chase Utley

2007

662

R

Barry Bonds

2005

163

H

Chase Utley

2007

218

2B

Jacque Jones

2003

46

3B

Bret Boone

2003

7

 

Chase Utley

2006

7

HR

Barry Bonds

2005

70

RBI

Barry Bonds

2005

168

BB

Barry Bonds

2005

171

SO

Jim Thome

2004

181

SB

Luis Matos

2006

25

DP

Ryan Zimmerman

2007

24

AVE

Barry Bonds

2005

.408

SLUG%

Barry Bonds

2005

.981

 

 

 

 

ERA R

Jose Contreras

2004

2.15

ERA S

Randy Johnson

2005

2.53

W

Randy Johnson

2005

18

L

Nate Cornejo

2004

22

G

Johan Santana

2004

83

CG

Randy Johnson

2005

8

ShO

Johan Santana

2005

3

Saves

Johan Santana

2003

17

IP

Randy Johnson

2005

242

Hits

Elmer Dessens

2004

230

HR

Elmer Dessens

2004

33

BB

Jorge Sosa

2003

81

K

Randy Johnson

2005

275

 

Five years of stats deserves a look back to remember some outstanding performances. Some of the above records, such as Bonds outstanding 2005 year could have been predicted so I will point out some more unexpected ones. Only 3 primary category records still hold from 2003: Jacque Jones 46 2B and Jorge Sosas 81 BB. Johan Santana holds 3 team records but 2 of them come from his 2 years in the bullpen: 17 saves and 83 game appearances in 2003 and 2004. Jose Contreras was a great set-up man in 2004 sporting the Burgess ERA record for a reliever at 2.15 (60 IP). The 2004 Burgesses were awful at 56-106. Besides Cornejos pathetic record of 4-22, the other horrific pitching performance of note belonged to Elmer Dessens who as a rotation fixture with 30 starts sported a 7.42 ERA.

 

Bonds 2005 BA of .408 is still a record for Brassworld but his 70 HR and 168 rbi were surpassed last year by GCGs David Ortiz with 80 and 179 respectively. Bonds remains BWs only .400 hitter also posting a .401 average with Toontown in 2003.