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IFB Season Leaders After Week 6

Week 6 marked the (over) one-quarter mark in the Illinois Fantasy Baseball League season.  So here’s a look at some of the leaders in each stat category so far this year.

First, here’s a look at the batting stats.  This will look at who has the most, or best, in each category, along with who has the best record in each category:

Batting Stats Leaders

  • Runs – All Balls No Strikes (208)
  • Hits – PujolsalwaysCardinal (401)
  • Home Runs – Most Daring (61)
  • RBIs – Most Daring (218)
  • Stolen Bases – PujolsalwaysCardinal (51)
  • Average – PujolsalwaysCardinal (.287)

Batting Record Leaders

  • Runs – Muse Academy Muses/South Side Cubs Fan (5-1-0)
  • Hits – Bad News Bears/PujolsalwaysCardinal (5-1-0)
  • Home Runs – Most Daring (6-0-0)
  • RBIs – SouthSideSluggers/Most Daring/ BooBooCubs (5-1-0)
  • Stolen Bases – Muse Academy Muses/South Side Cubs Fan/Quincy Dirtbags/BooBooCubs (5-1-0)
  • Average – NIU Huskies (5-1-0)

So why include the record portion?  I feel it’s a better indicator at who is hot in what position.  A team may have the most runs or hits in the league so far, but that could be inflated due to a big week.  It also shows where a team may be tough to beat in a certain week.

And now for a breakdown of the same on the pitching stats.

Pitching Stats Leaders

  • Wins – Quincy Dirtbags (30)
  • Losses – All Balls No Strikes (11)
  • Saves – BooBooCubs (31)
  • Walks – NIU Huskies (62)
  • Strikeouts – The Chosen People (363)
  • ERA – Good Wood Gang (2.73)

Pitching Record Leaders

  • Wins – Good Wood Gang (5-1-0)
  • Losses – All Balls No Strikes/South Side Cubs Fan (5-1-0)
  • Saves – PujolsalwaysCardinal (5-0-1)
  • Walks – NIU Huskies (6-0-0)
  • Strikeouts – Good Wood Gang/The Chosen People/Bad News Bears (5-1-0)
  • ERA – Good Wood Gang (6-0-0)

Hope you enjoyed a look at the breakdown.  If you want to keep tabs on the stats during the season, it’s at the Head-to-Head portion on the front page, or just click that link.

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