Minor League Record Book: Stolen Bases, Career

Now we have a list that will have many different names- stolen bases in the minor leagues:

2006-2019
1 Rico Noel Covington ’08 300
2 Tyler Bortnick Front Royal ’06 178
3 Mike Mitchell Staunton ’06 168
4 John Raynor New Market ’04 145
5 Tony Thomas Harrisonburg ’05 142
Cory Spangenberg Winchester ’10 142
7 Patrick Norris Harrisonburg ’07 138
8 Jay Gonzalez Harrisonburg ’11 130
9 Blake Tekotte Woodstock ’06 127
10 Tyson Auer Luray ’05-06 124
Ruben Sosa Harrisonburg ’10 124
12 Matt Camp Covington ’03 121

Rico Noel dominates this list about the same way Clint Robinson dominates all the other ones.

Cory Spangenberg is the only active player on the list, and he went from 12th to tied for 5th in 2019 (28 stolen bases in Triple-A).

All-Time
1 Antoan Richardson Winchester ’03 331
2 Rico Noel Covington ’08 300
3 John Massarelli Front Royal 288
4 Doug Dascenzo Front Royal 250
5 Gary Jones Waynesboro ’82 225
6 Tommy Murphy Staunton ’98 215
7 Louie Meadows Staunton 192
8 Tyler Bortnick Front Royal ’06 178
9 Jim Pankovits Harrisonburg ’74 172
10 Mike Mitchell Staunton ’06 168
11 Allen Battle Front Royal 158
Emil Brown Waynesboro ’94 158
13 Brett Gardner New Market ’03-04 157
14 Kennard Bibbs Harrisonburg ’01 155
15 Juan Pierre Harrisonburg ’97 151
16 Jim Pankovits Harrisonburg ’74 149
17 John Raynor New Market ’04 145
18 Tony Thomas Harrisonburg ’05 142
Cory Spangenberg Winchester ’10 142
20 Kevin Reese Winchester ’98 138
Patrick Norris Harrisonburg ’07 138

Spangenberg joined this list this year. All the rest stayed the same. (No one was bumped off)

 

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