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1988 Arizona League (Rk)

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  • An organized section of a full season review with standings, team totals, awards, leaderboards, player registers and more.
  • Many minor leagues standings are actually 2 half-seasons merged into 1 where the winner of each half-season advance to the playoffs. This is done to offset the high volatility of a minor league roster. TBC does not track half-seasons and so the standings below may be a combination and thus playoff participants may not seem logical.
  • Playoff teams are in bold.
  • RankTeam NameTeamMLB-AffGPWLPctGBLManager(s)BallparkAttendanceBest OPSBest WHIP
    1Arizona Athletics 583424.586--Dave Hudgens-Ed Ricks (941)Charlie Holmes (1.78)
    2Arizona Padres 593128.5253.5Jaime Moreno-Tim McWilliam (1,154)Billy Reed (2.02)
    3Peoria No Aff591247.20322.5Myron Pines, Mike Verdi--Anthony Gordon (2.24)
    4Arizona Brewers 22418.18218.0Alex TaverasFrank Bolick (1,095)Gustavo Federico (1.53)
    Playoffs Summary
    TeamPlayoff Notes
    1988 Arizona League Batting Totals
    Arizona Athletics OAK342458193839251780253029171393513992722025 .267.375.380755737
    Arizona Brewers MIL41822201043258699402834297492903552732528 .292.376.422798849
    Arizona Padres SDN3128592004383577673027265110602444083771223 .288.362.392754785
    Peoria -124759209931058297251925885581743942231227 .277.329.374703786
    1988 Arizona League Pitching Totals
    Arizona Athletics OAK34244.77587210509517392270303513991.709.140.536.207.05
    Arizona Brewers MIL4184.012210216512586432228282903551.7110.290.495.096.24
    Arizona Padres SDN31285.64593110515577383323272444081.5910.080.474.267.13
    Peoria -12477.1959804502582310401191743941.5110.430.343.127.06

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