Minor League Record Book: RBIs in a Season

The 6th category in the minor league seasonal record book is RBIs….

2006-2018
1 Dalton Hicks Luray ’09 2013 110
2 Jonathan Griffin Luray ’10 2012 102
3 Clint Robinson Harrisonburg ’05-06 2011 100
Rudy Flores Haymarket ’10 2014 100
5 Tyler White Haymarket ’10 2015 99
6 Clint Robinson Harrisonburg ’05-06 2010 98
Mickey Wiswall Winchester ’08 2012 98
8 Rebel Ridling Covington ’06 2009 97
9 Michael Snyder Haymarket ’11 2013 92
10 Ryan McBroom Haymarket ’11-’12 2015 90

DJ Hicks, also known as Dalton, seemingly drove in everyone that was on base in his 2013 minor league season. DJ played 89 games in Low-A Cedar Rapids in the Midwest League, and then was called up to High-A Fort Myers in the Florida State League for 42 games. Overall, he hit 289/358/468 in 502 at-bats, with 68 runs, 110 RBIs, 39 doubles, 17 home runs, and a 56/123 BB/K ratio. Hicks did not reach the major leagues, and retired after the 2016 season.

All-Time
1 Joe Koshansky Staunton ’02-03 2008 121
2 Christopher Carter Waynesboro ’01 2005 115
Joe Koshansky Staunton ’02-03 2005 115
4 T.R. Marcinczyk Staunton 1999 111
5 Dalton Hicks Luray ’09 2013 110
6 Joe Koshansky Staunton ’02-03 2006 109
Nick Stavinoha Front Royal ’03 2011 109
8 Mark Davidson Winchester ’82 1985 106
9 Jonathan Griffin Luray ’10 2012 102
10 Jeff Manto Front Royal 1988 101
Ben Harrison Harrisonburg ’01 2006 101
12 Jeff Manto Front Royal 1994 100
Clint Robinson Harrisonburg ’05-06 2011 100
Rudy Flores Haymarket ’10 2014 100
15 Billy Sample Harrisonburg ’75 1978 99
Mike Lowell Waynesboro ’93 1998 99
Luis Lopez Winchester ’92-3 1997 99
Stephen Smitherman Winchester ’98-9 2002 99
Ryan Shealy Harrisonburg ’99 2004 99
Joe Koshansky Staunton ’02-03 2007 99
Tyler White Haymarket ’10 2015 99

Christopher Carter split his 2005 season between High-A Lancaster and Double-A Tulsa… and actually slugged better in Double-A than High-A. Odd. Anyway, combined, he hit 296/377/531, with 92 runs, 115 RBIs, 30 doubles, 2 triples, 31 home runs, and a solid 65/77 BB/K ratio. He made his major league debut in 2008, and batted 190 times in the majors.

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