Minor League Record Book: RBIs, Season

The next entry in our seasonal minor league record book is RBIs. Let’s take a look:

2006-2019
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

It was Dalton Hicks’s second year in pro ball in 2013. He played 42 games in Fort Myers of the Florida State League, and 89 for the Midwest League’s Cedar Rapids. He hit .289/.358/.468 in 502 at-bats, with 39 doubles, 17 home runs, and an incredible 110 RBIs. He voluntarily retired about the 2016 season- one in which he spent in Double-A Chattanooga.

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 in the California League, and Double-A Tennessee. He hit a total of .296/.377/.531 in 540 at-bats, with 30 doubles, 31 home runs, and a sterling 65/77 BB/K ratio. He ended up getting 190 major league at-bats in his career, and also played in both Japan and Mexico.

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