THE PARADISE CANYON LEAGUE

THE OFFICIAL BOOK OF RECORDS

 
Franchise Records
Playoff Records 
(cumulative team results - previous affiliation dropped):
Most Play-off Appearances
St. Louis 17
Augusta 16
Hawaii 13
Las Vegas 13
Southern Cal 12
New Jersey 11
Santa Barbara 9
Chicago, Lancaster 8
Arizona 7
Ballybunion, Pebble Beach 5
St. Andrews 4
Virginia Beach 3
Connecticut 3
Bay Area 1
Most World Series Appearances
St. Louis 9
Las Vegas 8
Southern Cal 7
Chicago 6
Hawaii 5
Augusta; Lancaster 4
Santa Barbara; St. Andrews 3
Connecticut; New Jersey; Ballybunion 2
Pebble Beach 1
Team Records - Single Season
Bold represents the present league record and listed below is the previously established record
Most Wins in a Season:
St. Louis (2008) 65
Chicago (2004) 57
New Jersey (2000) 57
Kansas (1995) 55
St. Louis (1996) 55
Hawaii (1993) 54
Southern Cal (1990), Chicago (1991) 51
Highest Team Batting Average:
Santa Barbara (2000) .302
Los Angeles (1991) .299
Most Runs Scored:
New Jersey (2005) 553
New Jersey (2000) 547
Santa Barbara (2000) 547
Southern Cal (1996) 487
St. Louis (1995) 457
St. Louis (1993) 420
Chicago (1991) 388
Most Home Runs Hit:
Santa Barbara (2001) 172
Southern Cal (1998) 160
Park City (1997) 143
Southern Cal (1996) 136
Southern Cal (1995) 135
Southern Cal (1994) 130
Chicago (1992) 99
Milwaukee (1991) 96
Lowest Team Earned Run Average:
Kansas (1994)   2.74
Hawaii (1992) 2.86
Santa Barbara (1990) 3.01
Most Saves (team):  
Las Vegas (2008) 33
St. Louis (2003) 31
Chicago (1990) 30
Most Strikeouts (team):
Southern Cal (2009) 853
St. Andrews (2005) 744
Hawaii (2002) 743
New Jersey (1998) 737
Santa Barbara (1996) 662
Park City (1994)   655
Los Angeles (1991) 607
The "Other" Records
Fewest Runs scored by a Team - Season:  
Park City (1989) 148
Fewest Home Runs Hit, Team - Season:   
Connecticut (1990) 28
Lowest Team Batting Average - Season:  
Naugatuck Valley (1990) .210
Fewest Wins by a team - Season:
Park City (2000) 16
Toledo (1996) 18
Santa Barbara (1995) 20
Montana Evergreen (1993) 22
Naugatuck Valley (1990) 24
Highest Team ERA - Season:
Park City (2000) 7.29
Park City (1999) 5.74
Bay Area (1995) 5.73
Toledo (1994) 5.00
New Jersey (1993) 4.78
Milwaukee (1992) 4.71
Fewest Team Saves - Season:  
Santa Barbara (1995) 4
Naugatuck Valley (1990) 4

 

Individual Records

Individual Records Single Season
Bold represents the present league record and listed below is the previously established record
Hitting
Highest Batting Average:
Todd Helton (Hawaii - 2001)  .416
Tony Gwynn (St. Louis - 1995) .406
Ivan Calderon (SoCal/Los Angeles - 1992) .378
Tony Gwynn (Los Angeles - 1989) .359
Most Hits:
Tony Gwynn (St. Louis - 1995) 142
Tony Gwynn (St. Louis - 1993) 117
Kevin Bass (Park City 1990) 116
Most Doubles:
Todd Helton (Hawaii - 2001) 50
Mark Grace (Santa Barbara - 1996) 36
Larry Walker (New Jersey - 1995) 31
Kevin Bass (Montana - 1995) 31
Charlie Hayes (Southern Cal - 1994)   29
Terry Pendleton (Hawaii - 1993) 27
Bill Doran (Southern Cal - 1991) 26
Most Triples:
Jose Reyes (Santa Barbara - 2012) 16
Kenny Lofton (Hawaii - 2007) 16
Deion Sanders (Southern Cal - 1993) 16
Lenny Dykstra (Chicago - 1992) 13
Bip Roberts (Chicago - 1990) 12
Most Home Runs:
Rafael Palmeiro (New Jersey - 2001) 44
Ken Griffey, Jr. (Southern Cal - 1998) 39
Mark McCwire (Park City -1998) 37
Mark McGwire, Ron Gant (Park City - 1997) 35
Ken Griffey, Jr. (Southern Cal - 1994) 31
Kevin Mitchell (Park City - 1992) 28
Darryl Strawberry (So.Cal - 1990) 27
Glen Davis (Park City - 1991) 27
Most Runs Batted In:
Albert Pujols (New Jersey - 2005) 108
Javy Lopez (Chicago - 2004) 92
Rafael Palmeiro (New Jersey - 2001) 90
Ken Griffey, Jr. (Southern Cal - 1998) 89
Dave Justice (Chicago - 1991) 84
Mike Piazza (Southern Cal - 1996) 84
Most Runs Scored:
Albert Pujols (New Jersey - 2005) 91
Larry Walker (New Jersey - 2000)    89
Roberto Alomar (Hawaii - 1993) 81
Barry Larkin (Los Angeles - 1992) 64
Bip Roberts (Chicago - 1991) 61
Most Stolen Bases:  
Vince Coleman (Chicago - 1990) 68
Most Walks:
Mark McGwire (Park City - 1999) 159
Mark McGwire (Park City - 1997) 104
Barry Bonds (Bay Area - 1993) 99
Jack Clark (Southern California - 1991) 80
Jack Clark (Southern California - 1990) 70
Most Intentional Walks:
Mark McGwire (Park City - 1999) 96
Mark McGwire (Park City - 1997) 54
Jeff Bagwell (Augusta - 1995) 42
Pitching
Lowest Earned Run Average (starter):  
Adam Wainwright (Chicago - 2015) 1.31
Nolan Ryan (Los Angeles - 1992) 1.74
Lowest Earned Run Average (reliever):  
Houston Street (Princeville - 2013) 0.00
Brian Holton (Long Beach - 1989) 0.78
Most Wins:
Adam Wainwright (Chicago - 2015) 17
Ramon Martinez (St. Louis - 1994) 15
Mark Prior (Chicago - 2004) 15
Ismael Valdes (Augusta - 1996) 15
 John Tudor (Chicago - 1991) 14
Most Losses:
Chris Hammond (Montana - 1993) 15
Rickey Bones (Las Vegas - 1994) 15
Tom Candiotti (Santa Barbara - 1995) 15
Most Saves:  
J.J. Putz (Chicago - 2013) 32
Brian Wilson (Lancaster – 2010) 27
Octavio Dotel (Augusta – 2003) 27
Trevor Hoffman (Chicago - 1997) 27
Lee Smith (St. Louis - 1993) 23
Bill Landrum (Chicago - 1990) 22
Most Shutouts:
Pedro Martinez (Kansas - 2000) 6
Bob Tewksbury (Bay Area - 1993) 6
Most Complete Games:
Carlos Zambrano (New Jersey - 2005) 16
Curt Schilling (Augusta - 1993) 14
Jason Schmidt  (Virginia Beach - 2004) 14
Pedro Martinez (Virginia Beach - 2001) 14
Most Appearances:
Jose Jimenez (New Jersey - 2003) 50
Rick Reed (Toledo - 1998) 49
Danny Graves (New Jersey - 2001) 49
Trevor Hoffman (Chicago - 1997) 46
Most Innings Pitched:  
Ismael Valdes (Augusta - 1996) 190
Curt Schilling (Augusta - 1993) 176
Mike Scott (Los Angeles - 1989) 174
Most Strikeouts:  
Nolan Ryan (Los Angeles & Kansas - 1991) 235
  *(mid-season trade)

 

 

2016 Awards:

2016 PCL Champion:

Santa Barbara Mooners

 

 

2016 MVP Voting:

MVP: B. Harper, LVB

Cy Young: J. Arriera, STL

2016 ALL STARS:

C: B. Posey, PBC

1b: J. Votto, AZL

2b: D. Gordon, STL

SS: Tie: B. Crawford, PBC; J. Peralta, AGN

3b: J. Kang, HAW

OF: B. Harper, LVB

OF: M. Trout, SCT

OF: R. Grichuk, SCT

Manager: Eric

GM: Mike

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