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2009 Appalachian 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.
  • East Division Standings
    RankTeam NameTeamMLB-AffGPWLPctGBLManager(s)BallparkAttendanceBest OPSBest WHIP
    1Danville Braves*684721.691--Paul RungeRiaan Spanjer-Furstenburg (953)Tyler Stovall (1.77)
    2Princeton Rays673631.53710.5Jared SandbergRyan Wiegand (866)Trevor Shull (1.40)
    3Bluefield Orioles683335.48514.0Einar DiazMike Flacco (742)Justin Anderson (1.45)
    4Pulaski Mariners642836.43817.0Jose MorenoVincent Catricala (856)Yao Wen Chang (1.79)
    5Burlington Royals682444.35323.0Nelson LirianoYowill Espinal (734)Chase Hentges (1.64)
    West Division Standings
    RankTeam NameTeamMLB-AffGPWLPctGBLManager(s)BallparkAttendanceBest OPSBest WHIP
    1Elizabethton Twins684523.662--Ray SmithJosmil Pinto (997)Tony Davis (1.82)
    2Johnson City Cardinals673730.5527.5Mike ShildtEdgar Lara (751)Michael Thompson (1.89)
    3Kingsport Mets653035.46213.5Mike DiFeliceJeff Flagg (865)Jhonathan Torres (1.69)
    4Bristol White Sox662739.40917.0Ryan NewmanBrady Shoemaker (1,011)Steven Upchurch (1.68)
    5Greeneville Astros672740.40317.5Rodney LinaresJose Altuve (916)Gabriel Garcia (1.96)
    Playoffs Summary
    TeamPlayoff Notes
    Danville BravesLeague Champions
    Elizabethton TwinsLost in Finals
    2009 Appalachian League Batting Totals
    TeamOrgWLGABRH2B3BHRRBISBCSBBSOHBPIBBSHSFGDPAVGOBPSLGOPSTB
    Bluefield OriolesBAL333568226629556110324312585942166537434201235.248.297.355652805
    Bristol White SoxCHA27396621472415171109282095621183509312251654.241.298.340638729
    Burlington RoyalsKCA244468217323348386253319311755186504351281130.222.282.330612718
    Danville BravesATL472168233834963613823333078831184492538182540.272.322.393715919
    Elizabethton TwinsMIN452368239043367414515803871913251514267132947.282.346.4568021089
    Greeneville AstrosHOU274067248235161312831452958737284606395132251.247.322.378700938
    Johnson City CardinalsSLN373067218032556712212652805428205562393101740.260.321.417738908
    Kingsport MetsNYN3035652304409660111164936011044219555663121853.286.346.412758950
    Princeton RaysTBA363167218830554911422272577430209483344161440.251.314.360674788
    Pulaski MarinersSEA283664207929454410018512606038188571455201539.262.321.401722833
    2009 Appalachian League Pitching Totals
    TeamOrgWLERAGCGSHOSVIPHRERHRBBSOWHIPH9HR9BB9SO9
    Bluefield OriolesBAL33353.84681015593561295253311665371.238.510.472.528.15
    Bristol White SoxCHA27394.13661017565517241259281835091.248.240.452.928.11
    Burlington RoyalsKCA24443.74680017547483233227331865041.227.950.543.068.30
    Danville BravesATL47213.05683126605636349205331844921.369.470.492.747.32
    Elizabethton TwinsMIN45233.82682120603674433256802515141.5310.071.193.757.68
    Greeneville AstrosHOU27405.22670019586613351340452846061.539.420.694.369.31
    Johnson City CardinalsSLN37304.36670017566567325274652055621.369.021.033.268.94
    Kingsport MetsNYN30354.67650012571660409296492195551.5410.410.773.458.75
    Princeton RaysTBA36313.17672014567549305200272094831.348.710.433.327.66
    Pulaski MarinersSEA28364.84641017541544294291511885711.359.060.853.139.50


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