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1988 Appalachian League (Rk)

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  • An organized section of a full season review with standings, team totals, awards, leaderboards, player registers and more.
  • Many minor leagues standings are actually 2 half-seasons merged into 1 where the winner of each half-season advance to the playoffs. This is done to offset the high volatility of a minor league roster. TBC does not track half-seasons and so the standings below may be a combination and thus playoff participants may not seem logical.
  • Playoff teams are in bold.
  • Northern Division Standings
    RankTeam NameTeamMLB-AffGPWLPctGBLManager(s)BallparkAttendanceBest OPSBest WHIP
    1Burlington Indians703733.529--Mike BucciMark Lewis (766)Barry Blundin (1.72)
    2Pulaski Braves703535.5002.0Cloyd BoyerGlen Gardner (872)Mark Wohlers (1.64)
    3Princeton Pirates703337.4714.0Jim ThriftGreg Sims (775)Marvin Dooley (1.68)
    4Martinsville Phillies702941.4148.0Roly De ArmasNick Macaluso (921)Todd Goergen (1.97)
    5Bluefield Orioles712447.33813.5Glenn GulliverLuis Mercedes (721)Chuck Ricci (1.92)
    Southern Division Standings
    RankTeam NameTeamMLB-AffGPWLPctGBLManager(s)BallparkAttendanceBest OPSBest WHIP
    1Kingsport Mets*734726.644--Bobby FloydVince Zawaski (913)Ryan Richmond (1.50)
    2Bristol Tigers734627.6301.0Rick MagnanteTom Aldrich (969)Jim Hayes (1.69)
    3Johnson City Cardinals724131.5695.5Gaylen Pitts, Jorge AranzamendiJulio Mendez (876)Brian Golden (1.70)
    4Elizabethton Twins703337.47112.5Ray SmithLoy McBride (772)Alan Newman (2.05)
    5Wytheville Cubs692940.42016.0Steve RoadcapWayne Weinheimer (998)Tom Thobe (2.10)
    Playoffs Summary
    TeamPlayoff Notes
    Burlington IndiansLost in Finals
    Kingsport MetsLeague Champions
    Bristol TigersLost in 1-game playoff
    1988 Appalachian League Batting Totals
    TeamOrgWLGABRH2B3BHRRBISBCSBBSOHBPIBBSHSFGDPAVGOBPSLGOPSTB
    Bluefield OriolesBAL244771238033159079152427177442765522561025 .248.323.324647771
    Bristol TigersDET4627732388456623109116238967263645142482025 .261.355.394749940
    Burlington IndiansCLE3733702262322533891527271121463164962382221 .236.327.324651733
    Elizabethton TwinsMIN333770230430152889183425066302345293721018 .229.298.328626755
    Johnson City CardinalsSLN4131722305372625108174631496402474562062021 .271.339.393732905
    Kingsport MetsNYN4726732405434659111204737398403274642491831 .274.357.395752951
    Martinsville PhilliesPHI2941702413321548907522695024258658293912 .227.300.335635808
    Princeton PiratesPIT333770239534359095253928317759299709304423 .246.327.356683852
    Pulaski BravesATL3535702248368568901443311134442934552261527 .253.335.363698815
    Wytheville CubsCHN29406922903655879815303034233278534223219 .256.334.352686805
    1988 Appalachian League Pitching Totals
    TeamOrgWLERAGCGSHOSVIPHRERHRBBSOWHIPH9HR9BB9SO9
    Bluefield OriolesBAL24474.9871318611590331338242765521.428.700.354.078.14
    Bristol TigersDET46273.42739517615623456234623645141.609.120.915.337.52
    Burlington IndiansCLE37333.15705117608533322213273164961.407.890.404.687.34
    Elizabethton TwinsMIN33374.527011113603528301303342345291.267.880.513.497.90
    Johnson City CardinalsSLN41313.81723018594625372251462474561.479.480.703.746.91
    Kingsport MetsNYN47263.407310423617659434233473274641.609.610.694.776.76
    Martinsville PhilliesPHI29414.35702018598548321289522586581.358.250.783.889.90
    Princeton PiratesPIT33374.85703013593590343320392997091.508.950.594.5410.75
    Pulaski BravesATL35353.63701137592568368239432934551.458.630.654.456.91
    Wytheville CubsCHN29405.35693211575587365342302785341.509.180.474.358.35


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