Career Pitching Records

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A minor league baseball team’s franchise records are rarely held by the team’s highly-touted draft picks or men who are enshrined in Cooperstown.  Career records are normally a by-product of longevity playing for a specific team.  Single-season records don’t typically belong to players on the fast track to the majors since they rarely play an entire calendar season at the same level. But those names that are littered throughout an organization’s record books deserve our respect and admiration.

Here are those ballplayers that hold the Harrisburg Senators modern era career pitching records:

Wins
Scott Forster (1996-99) 20
Tommy Phelps (1996-99) 20
Neil Weber (1995-97) 20
Donnie Bridges (2000-02, 2004-05) 20
4 tied at 19

Saves
Zech Zinicola (2006-12) 40
Jimmy Serrano (2000-01) 36
Kirk Bullinger (1995-97) 35
Al Reyes (1994) 35
Ben Fleetham (1994, 1996-97) 31

Earned Run Average
Joe Ausanio (1990, 1993) 1.66
Brett Gideon (1987-88) 1.67
Len Picota (1992) 1.88
Curt Schmidt (1994) 1.88
Matt Maysey (1991) 1.89

Strikeouts
Neil Weber (1995-97) 314
Ron Chiavacci (2001-03) 297
Justin Echols (2004-06) 297
Erik Arnesen (2009-11) 248
Donnie Bridges (2000-02, 2004-05) 227
Beltran Perez (2006-08) 227

Complete Games
Bill Sampen (1988-89) 9
Steve Adams (1988-90) 9
Jim Neidlinger (1987-88) 7
Rich Sauveur (1987) 7
Mike Mathile (1992) 7

Shutouts
Donnie Bridges (2000-02, 2004-05) 4
Mike Mathile (1992) 3
Chris Ritter (1987-88) 3
Randy Tomlin (1989-90) 3
Chris Pollack (1991-92) 3

WHIP
Joe Ausanio (1990, 1993) 0.946
Randy Tomlin (1989-90) 1.006
Brad Meyers (2009-11) 1.015
Cliff Lee (2002) 1.019
Brad Peacock (2010-11) 1.026

Losses
David Maust (2003-06) 28
Luke Lockwood (2003-04) 28
Donnie Bridges (2000-02, 2004-05) 25
Bryan Hebson (2000-02) 24
Ron Chiavacci (2001-03) 24

Games
Zech Zinicola (2006-12) 142
Chuck Crumpton (2000-04) 136
Danny Rueckel (2004-07) 129
Rob Russell (1987-89) 129
Kirk Bullinger (1995-97) 124

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