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10-team World Series: 2009-2015; Eight-team World Series: 1952-1960, 1968-1974, 1979-1980, 1983-2008;
Six-team World Series: 1975-1978, 1981-1982; Five-team World Series: 1977; Four-team World Series: 1961-1967



INDIVIDUAL BATTING RECORDS

HIGHEST BATTING AVERAGE, SERIES

Eric Carlisle, Pasadena, TX (1990) .800


Most Hits, Series

Yu Chuan Wang, Chinese Taipei (2012) 14

Javier Lopez, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico (2013) 14


Most Hits, Game

Manuel Muniz, Caguas, PR (1984) 6


Consecutive Hits

Manuel Muniz, Caguas, PR (1984) 9

Jean Carlos Rodriguez, NY, NY (2003) 9

Yu Chuan Wang, Chinese Taipei (2012) 9


Runs Batted In, Series

VIMAEL Machin, Guabo, PR (2008) 13


Runs Batted In, Game

Jordan Long, Chesapeake, VA (2005) 8

Paul Martinez, Riverside, CA (2009) 8


Most Runs, Game, INDIVIDUAL

Miguel Pagan, Caguas, PR (2005) 5
Christian Yelich, Simi Valley, CA (2006) 5

Brett Harper, Long Beach, CA (2008) 5

Ryan Hall, Chesterfield, VA (2010) 5


MOST RUNS, SERIES

Mario Feliciano, Bayamon, PR (2013) 12


Doubles, Game, INDIVIDUAL

Josh Morgan, Corona, CA (2010) 4


Triples, Series, INDIVIDUAL

Peter Zeck, Fairmont, WV (1953) 2

Cesar Odando, Trujillo Alto, PR (2007) 2

Ryan Hall, Chesterfield, VA (2010) 2


Triples, Game

Held jointly by many players. 1


Home Runs, Inning

Jordan Long, Chesapeake, VA (2005) 2

Oswaldo Sanchez, Caguas, PR (1984) 2


Home Runs, Series

Javier Lopez, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico (2013) 6
Mario Feliciano, Bayamon, PR (2013) 6


Home Runs, Game

James Hovorka, Maywood, IL (1957) 3

Joe Galatie, Bridgeport, CT (1963) 3

Chuck Tiffany, Covina, CA (1999) 3        

Jean Rodriguez, New York, NY (2003) 3

Frank Molina, Humacao, PR (2003) 3

Hermes Colon, Levitown, PR (2014) 3


Consecutive Home Runs, Game

Jean Rodriguez, New York, NY (2003) 4


Consecutive Home Runs, Back To Back, Game

    Hermes Colon, Levitown, PR 2nd, 3rd & 4th inning (2014) 3  
    New York, NY vs Humacao, PR - 2003
    Rolando Torres, New York, NY 5th & 6th inning 2
   
Jean Rodriguez, New York, NY 5th & 6th inning 2
   
Xavier Serrano, Bayamon, PR 5th & 6th inning 2
       

Grand Slam Home Runs (44)


Held jointly by many players. 1


TEAM BATTING RECORDS

Most Runs, Game

Covina, CA (1968) 26

Total Runs, Game, Both Teams

Caguas, PR (23), Maui, HI (9) (1984) 32

Most Runs, Inning

Houston (Kyle Chapman), TX (1979) 19

Most Runs, Series

Humacao, PR (2003) 60


Home Runs, Series
             Total (2013) 50
            
Humacao, PR (2003) 17
             Bayamon, PR (2013) 17

Home Runs, Game
            Covina, CA (1999) 6

Humacao, PR (2003) 6

Levitown, PR (2014) 6

Home Runs, Game, Both Teams

Bridgeport, CT (5), Canoga Park, CA (4) (1963) 9

Home Runs, Inning

Held jointly by 13 different teams.  3

Most Hits, Game

Caguas, PR (1984) 22


Most Hits, Series

Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico (2013, 7 games) 71                                   

                                    

PITCHING RECORDS

Most Wins, Series, Individual

               Held jointly by 23 different players. 3

Strikeouts, Game, Individual

Edgar Barclay, Hilo, HI (2013) 20

Consecutive Strikeouts, Game, Individual

Gene Morowski, Hamtramck, MI (1958) 10

Strikeouts, Series, Individual

Tim Morgan, Washington, PA (1985) 41

Strikeouts, Game, Both Teams, 13 innings

Eric Tokunaga (13), Richard Biven (13), Honolulu, HI  

Scott Stephens (11), Jamie Pattison (3),Washington, PA (1972) 40

STRIKEOUTS, GAME, BOTH TEAMS, 9 INNINGS

Steve Chamos, New Brunswick, NJ (16)                        
Richard Wright, Youngstown, OH (18) (1955) 34

            

Strikeouts, Game, Both Teams, 7 innings

Gene Morowski (18), Hamtramck, MI              

Mike Mendicino (15), Monongahela, PA (1958) 33

            

Consecutive Scoreless Innings, Both Teams

Corpus Christi, TX, Joliet, IL (1965) 15

Perfect Game, 7 innings

Reinaldo Duran, Caracas, Venezuela vs. Carnarvon, British Columbia, Canada, August 21, 1969.

*Duran had to leave the game after the seventh inning with the score tied 0-0.


No-Hitters, 7 innings
             
Jim Bradley, Hamtramck, MI vs. New Brunswick, NJ August 24, 1956 (1-0)

Gene Morowski, Hamtramck, MI vs. Monongahela, PA August 22, 1958 (4-0)

John Hallinan, Denver, CO vs. Maya, Mexico August 18, 1971 (10-0)

Rich Arnold, Lakewood, CO vs. Detroit MI, August 24, 1972.
*Arnold had to leave the
game after seven innings with the score tied, 0-0.

Rich Alvarez, Campbell-Moreland, CA vs. Joliet, IL August 27, 1978 (2-0, Championship Game)

Tom Gricius, Campbell-Moreland, CA vs. Garden City, MI August 25, 1979 (13-0)

James Ballao, Maui, HI vs. Kennewick, WA August 16, 1983 (5-0)

Kim Sang Yeup, Hwang Jae Hyun, and Song Youg Sup, Seoul, Korea vs. LaMesa, CA August 18, 1988 (15-0, Championship Game)

Hwang Jae Hyun, Seoul, Korea vs. Ingomar, PA August 17, 1989 (7-1)

Pablo Ortiz, Laredo, TX v. Guasave, MX  August 14, 2012, (8-0)

Edgar Barclay, Hilo, HI vs. Chesterfield, VA August 12, 2013 (1-3)

 

No-hitters, 5 innings

Gary Wilczynski, Hamtramck, MI vs. West Covina, CA August 23, 1961 (12-0)

Greg Rodgers and Brian Evans, Covina, CA vs. Caracas, Venezuela August 25, 1968 (12-0)

Jose Aponte, Caguas, PR vs. Vesta, PA August 13, 1987 (10-0)

Kuo Sheng An, Tainan City, Chinese-Taipei vs. Bayamon, PR August 17, 2000 (10-0)

Xavier Cedeno and Eric Cedeno, Ponce, PR vs. Canonsburg, PA August 20, 2001 (13-0)

Ryan Anderson, Matt Peterson and Chase Register, Marietta (East Cobb), GA vs. Evansville, IN, August 20, 2004 (19-3)

 

Chiang Wei and Hue Wei, Taichung, Taiwan Davenport (East) IA vs. Taichung, Taiwan August 9, 2008 (11-0)

OTHER RECORDS

Stolen Bases, Game, Team

Oak Park, IL (1981) 14

Stolen Bases, Game, Individual

Billie Karah, Lufkin, TX (1957) 6

Stolen Bases, Series, Individual

Eric Amen, Oak Park, IL (1981) 11

Stolen Bases, Series, Team

Oak Park, IL (1981) 30

Stolen Bases, Inning, Individual

Al Lendh, Brockton, MA (1952) 3

Bret Poppleton, Ingomar, PA (1989) 3

Sam Lemere, Midlothian (Chesterfield Co.), VA (2007) 3

Jake Buchanan, Johnstown (2012) 3

Walks in Consecutive Plate Appearances

Paul Johnson, Oak Park, IL (1981) 7

Grand Slam Home Runs, Series

(2002) 5

Longest Game, Innings

Campbell-Moreland, CA (4) vs. Gadsden, AL (1) (1964) 16


Consecutive Scoreless Innings, both teams
             
Corpus Christi, TX vs. Joliet, IL (1965) 15


Triple Play

Houston (South Belt), TX vs. Caguas, PR (1987)

Marietta (East Cobb), GA vs North Allegheny, PA (1995)
Washington, PA  vs  Lakewood (Heartwell), CA (2003)

Chesterfield Co., VA vs. Corona, CA (2010)

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

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