League Record Book: Doubles

Our next category in the 1994-2021 Valley League record book is doubles-

1Jimmy YezzoWinchester201221
2Addison BowmanStaunton200019
Jeff Van HoutenHarrisonburg200319
Matt HollandFront Royal201019
Brad ZebedisStrasburg201119
Michael WielanskyCharlottesville201719
7Wes TimmonsWinchester200118
James RocheFront Royal201018
Andrew EysterNew Market201818
10John GraggWinchester200117
Jamie McOwenLuray200617
Steve SabinsWinchester201017
Hunter NewmanFront Royal201417
Gunnar McNeillStaunton201417
Thatcher ColemanNew Market201517
16Mark RaynorNew Market199416
Scott LoubierNew Market199416
Daniel MurphyLuray200516
Jared SimonFront Royal200916
AJ WirnsbergerLuray200916
Carter PharisStrasburg201616
Andrew CzechStaunton201916

Notes

  • While there are no 2021 players on this list, Austin Bulman came close- he finished with 14 doubles.
  • Winchester, Front Royal, and New Market have four entries; Staunton and Luray have three; Strasburg has two, and Harrisonburg and Charlottesville have one each. Purcellville, Woodstock, Waynesboro, and Covington are shut out at the moment.
  • Two players went on to play in the major leagues- Raynor and Murphy. Twelve more played in the minor leagues, while eight did not (with the understanding that Eyster still has the opportunity).
  • Seven players were MVP (Van Houten, Zebedis, Wielansky, Timmons, Eyster, McNeill, and Murphy).
  • Addison Bowman appears on a list for the first time- Bowman went to Turner Ashby (Bridgewater, Va) and Virginia Tech.
  • John Gragg and Scott Loubier each played in the minor leagues, but as pitchers.
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