10 Ridiculous Minor League Stat Lines of the 2012 Season

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10 Ridiculous Minor League Stat Lines of the 2012 Season
Courtesy of MiLB.com

On July 2, High-A Bakersfield shortstop Billy Hamilton stole his 100th base of the 2012 season in the team’s 78th game. Stealing nearly 1.3 bases per game, Hamilton’s relentless pace has been the biggest stat-driven story in the minors this season.

But what other minor leaguers are registering ridiculous stat lines? Throughout every minor-league level, there are players leading the league in various statistical categories—some good, some bad.

Here are 10 players generating notable stat lines this season.

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