Major League Record Book: Career Strikeouts

Most strikeouts in a major league career…

2006-2019
1 Will Harris Staunton ’03 422
2 Chris Perez Staunton ’04 362
3 Chris Devenski Woodstock ’11 327
4 Brandon Beachy Woodstock ’08 280
5 Chad Kuhl New Market ’12 276
6 Tyler Thornburg Winchester ’08 263
7 Ryan Yarbrough Luray ’12 245
8 David Carpenter Covington ’04 218
9 Emilio Pagan Harrisonburg ’10 215
10 Justin Anderson Front Royal ’13 127
11 Josh Edgin Winchester ’07 116
12 Adam Liberatore Waynesboro ’07-8 93
13 Brad Mills Harrisonburg ’05 71
14 Austin Gomber Luray ’12 67
15 Austin Adams Staunton ’11 63
16 Greg Burke New Market ’03 61

Austin Adams joined this list with his solid 2019 season.

Movers:

  • Justin Anderson went from tied for 13th to 10th
  • Ryan Yarbrough moved up one spot
  • Chris Devenski went from 5th to 3rd
  • Will Harris blew past Chris Perez to take over the top spot
All-Time
1 Jimmy Key Winchester ’80 1538
2 Rick Honeycutt Charlottesville ’73 1038
3 Tom Browning New Market ’80-81 1000
4 Roberto Hernandez Front Royal 945
5 Mike Caldwell Charlottesville ’68 939
6 Walt Terrell Staunton 929
7 Greg Harris Front Royal 605
8 George Stone Staunton 590
9 Sammy Stewart Staunton ’74 586
10 Mike Williams Winchester ’89 584
11 Al Holland Charlottesville 513
12 Bob Patterson Madison ’81 483
13 Brad Ziegler New Market ’00 479
14 Jon Rauch Harrisonburg ’98 475
15 Mike Maroth Staunton ’96-97 443
16 Will Harris Staunton ’03 422
17 Mike Adams Front Royal 409
18 Greg Hibbard Staunton 408
19 Chris Nabholz Front Royal 405
20 Shawn Camp Staunton 403

Harris ensured some crossover, joining this list at #16. He knocked out Rich Rodriguez (Staunton) and Ed Lynch (Madison).

 

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