Minor League Record Book: Career Walks

Next category: career walks in the minor leagues!

2006-2017
1 Clint Robinson Harrisonburg ’05-06 454
2 Sherman Johnson Covington ’09-10 432
3 Joey Butler New Market ’06 420
4 Ryan Schimpf Luray ’08 394
5 Eric Campbell Luray ’06 378
6 Tyler Bortnick Front Royal ’06 338
7 Blake Tekotte Woodstock ’06 320
8 Ben Guez Covington ’06 304
9 Tony Thomas Harrisonburg ’05 286
10 Brian Bocock Luray ’04 272

Don’t look now, but Sherman Johnson is closing in on Clint Robinson! Clint has walked 454 times in 1,053 minor league games, while Sherman has walked 432 times in 683 minor league games.

Weird- the top 5 are still active, while the bottom 5 are not (at least not active in affiliated ball).

All-Time
1 Jeff Manto Front Royal 859
2 Gary Jones Waynesboro ’82 783
3 Andy Abad Harrisonburg ’93 671
4 Frank Menechino Harrisonburg ’92 603
5 Jon Zuber Harrisonburg ’91 599
6 Alan Cockrell Staunton 577
7 Jack Voigt Staunton 537
8 Antoan Richardson Winchester ’03 522
9 Louie Meadows Staunton 510
10 Wes Timmons Winchester ’98-9 492
11 Jim Pankovits Harrisonburg ’74 481
12 Andy Barkett Winchester ’92 473
13 Clint Robinson Harrisonburg ’05-06 454
14 Luis Lopez Winchester ’92-3 437
15 Doug Dascenzo Front Royal 433
16 Sherman Johnson Covington ’09-10 432
17 Sam Perlozzo New Market ’72 423
18 Joe Koshansky Staunton ’02-03 420
Joey Butler New Market ’06 420
20 Steve Decker Front Royal 412

Jeff Manto is dominating the all-time minor league record book the way Clint Robinson dominates the 2006-2017 version….

Robinson had 409 walks going into 2017. With 45, he flew all the way up to #13. Johnson walked 63 times, and Joey Butler walked 11 times (he was injured much of 2017).

Arkansas Traveler Baseball
Sherman Johnson playing for Arkansas

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