LAD Rookie hitting streaks – by the numbers
Corey Seager had his hitting streak ended at 19 games. That streak doesn’t stack up very high against all time LAD hitting streaks, but it was good enough for 2nd place among LAD rookies. Below are three tables showing the LAD Rookie data.
Raul Mondesi stands out here. Raul had two streaks of fourteen in his rookie year. If not for May 23 and May 24th, Raul could have had a monster thirty game hitting streak, but alas, he went o – 6 in those two games before starting another fourteen game hitting streak. Easy to see why Raul Mondesi won ROY in 1994.
- Bill Sudakis had by far the most home runs with seven
- Bill Sudakis had by far the most RBI with seventeen
- Corey Seager had the by far the most doubles with ten
- Bill Sudakis had the most walks with nine
- Raul Mondesi had the highest batting average at .434, just beating out Jerry Sands who checked in at .431. Of course, they did this by only hitting in 14 games in a row.
- Raul Mondesi had by far the highest OPS with a 1.304 mark albeit accomplished in just fourteen games.