We take the time now to look back at the players & teams that re-records the BoS Record Book.
- Becomes the 2nd player in BoS history to win multiple Most Valuable Player Awards (the first being Fairgrove's Paul Goldschmidt: 2014 & 2016) & the first player to win the MVP Award in each league; Miguel won the 2013 A.L. MVP with the Buffalo Yankees, while winning the 2017 N.L. MVP Award with the Traverse City Panthers.
- Breaks the BoS & N.L. Records with 145 RBI (breaking Chris Davis' mark of 143, set in 2014 with the San Diego Heroes).
- Breaks BoS & N.L. Records with .640 Slugging Percentage (breaking Chris Davis' mark of .627, set in 2014 with San Diego).
- Breaks N.L. Record with .422 On-Base Percentage (breaking Mike Trout's mark of .406, set in 2014 with the Portland Microbrewers).
- Breaks BoS & N.L. Records with 1.062 On-Base + Slugging [OPS] (breaking Bryce Harper's mark of 1.010, set in 2016 with the Holland Hitchhikers); Cabrera still owns the A.L. OPS record of .993, set with the Buffalo back in 2013).
- Breaks BoS & N.L. Records with 393 Total Bases (breaking another Chris Davis mark of 373, set in 2014 with San Diego); Cabrera still owns the A.L. Total Bases record of 370, set with Buffalo in 2013).
- Breaks BoS & N.L. Records with 68 Multi-Hit Games (breaking Adrian Beltre's mark of 64, set in 2013 with the Urbana Locomotives).
- Breaks BoS & N.L. Records with 161 Runs Created -- breaking the BoS mark of 149.6 set by Paul Goldschmidt & the N.L. mark of 143.3, which was held by Adrian Beltre (2013) & Mike Trout (2014).
- Breaks BoS & N.L. Records with 82.5 Runs Contributed -- breaking the BoS mark of 76.4 set by Paul Goldschmidt & the N.L. mark of 64.1, held by Mike Trout.
- Ties N.L. Record of 2 Grand Slams in a season, along with the King Road Kings' Eduardo Nunez; Both players tied numerous N.L. players that also have this record. Carlos Beltran owns the BoS & A.L. Record with 3 Grand Slams in a single-season -- which is fitting for Beltran who won the 2013 All-Star Game MVP by smacking a Grand Slam.
Other Single-Season Player (Hitting) Records
- David Ortiz (of the Watersmeet Nimrods) ties the BoS & A.L. Record of 64 doubles (tying the marks set by Adrian Gonzalez set with the Buffalo Yankees in 2013); Ortiz accomplished this feat in his final BoS Season.
- Manny Machado (of the Vancouver Storm) breaks the A.L. Record with 129 RBI (breaking the mark of 125, set by the Chicago Nine's Nolan Arenado).
- Jose Altuve (of the Seattle Rainiers) breaks the N.L. Record with 733 Plate Appearances (breaking Mike Trout's mark of 715, set in 2014 with Portland); Altuve also tied the BoS Record with 661 At-Bats (breaking Elvis Andrus' record, set with the Fairgrove Tigers in 2013), while breaking the At-Bats N.L. record, which was held by Robinson Cano (set with the Louisville Sluggers in 2016).
- Nelson Cruz (of the Seattle Rainiers) breaks the N.L. Record with 9 Sacrifice Flies (breaking the mark of 8, set by Adrian Beltre in 2015 with Urbana).
Single-Season Pitching Records
- Zach Britton (of the Urbana Locomotives) breaks the BoS & N.L. records with 100% Saves Conversion Percentage (first player to go 100%) - 35 for 35; breaking BoS mark of 97.2% set by Joaquin Benoit (of the Swatara Eliminators) set in 2015 -- while breaking the N.L. mark of 94% set by Greg Holland (of the Holland Hitchhikers) set in 2015. The records only pertain to those that put in 30+ opportunities.
- Zach Britton (of the Urbana Locomotives) breaks the BoS & N.L. Record with 12.4 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings [Relief] -- breaking the BoS mark of 12.3 set by Fernando Rodney in 2013 with the South Shore Fighting Imps, while breaking the N.L. mark of 11.9 set by Vinnie Pestano in 2013 with the Sacramento 66'ers.
- Chris Archer (of the Buffalo Yankees) breaks the A.L. record with 11.3 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings [Starting] (breaking mark of 10.9 set by Jacob deGrom in 2016 with the Brooklyn Mets).
- Rick Porcello (of the South Side Spartans) breaks the A.L. record with 7.7 Strikeouts to Walk Ratio (breaking the mark of 6.9 set by Max Scherzer in 2016 with the Corktown Tamales).
- Dellin Betances (of the Spring Branch Duffers) breaks the N.L. record with 73 Game Appearances (breaking the mark that was shared by Traverse City's Kelvin Herrera & Portland's Glen Perkins); Betances already owns the BoS & A.L. mark of 76, set with the Chicago Nine in 2015).
- Zach Britton sets the BoS & N.L. records of 35 Consecutive Saves Conversions -- breaking the BoS mark of 34, set by Fernando Rodney in 2013 with South Shore, while breaking the N.L. mark of 31, set by Greg Holland in 2015 with Holland.
- Nolan Arenado (of the Watersmeet Nimrods) breaks the BoS & A.L. Records with 4 straight games with a triple (breaking the marks of 3, both held by Swatara's Ben Revere).
- The Traverse City Panthers' lineup set numerous single-season records: Home Runs (253), Total Bases (2,708), On-Base + Slugging [OPS] (.800), Extra-Base Hits (645), Doubles (359), Runs Created (879.1), Runs Contributed (215.8) & At-Bats (5,716). Most of the previous records were held by the 2013 offensive juggernaut known as the Urbana Locomotives.
- The Corktown Tamales set two strikeout records; A.L. Strikeouts (1,467 K) & 9.0 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings.
- Josh Tomlin (of the Portland Microbrewers) set two new records. The first one is the N.L. record of 123 Earned Runs Allowed (tying Bud Norris of the 2013 Traverse City Panthers), while the other one is breaking the BoS & N.L. record with 43 HR allowed (breaking BoS mark of 41, set by the Bronx Bombers' Mark Buehrle in 2013 & breaking the N.L. mark of 39 set by Urbana's Cole Hamels in 2016).
- Jose Bautista (of the Corktown Tamales) set a BoS & A.L. record of 22 consecutive games without a hit (breaking the mark of 19 straight games, set by Cesar Izturis of the Boston Bravos in 2014).
- Gerrit Cole (of the San Diego Heroes) breaks BoS & N.L. records with 20 Consecutive Games without a Win (breaking Rubby de la Rosa's record of 17, set with the King Road Kings in 2016).
- The San Diego Heroes as a team struck out a BoS Record of 1,499 times -- while the Buffalo Yankees broke their own A.L. record with 1,482 K's at the plate.