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Baseball in Madison

Highlights

This page lists season and game highlights for the teams and players in Madison, Wisconsin.


Notable Seasons


  • 1982
    • Tom Romano (.340, 26 HR, 98 RBI; 165 hits, .584 slugging pct)
    • Ron Wilkinson (67 steals)
    • Mark Jarrett (14 wins)
    • Allen Edwards (160 strikeouts)
  • 1983
    • Todd Fischer (13 wins, 2.20)
  • 1984
    • Luis Polonia (.307; 162 hits, 103 runs scored)
    • Scott Whaley (2.89)
  • 1986
    • Tony Arias (103 runs batted in)
    • Walter Whitehurst (4 shutouts)
    • Mark Howie (.309; 92 runs scored)
  • 1987
    • Camilo Veras (12 triples)
    • Scott Brosius (.304)
    • Victor Teixeira (batter drew 104 walks--and 103 strikeouts)
  • 1988
    • James Chenevey (167 strikeouts)
  • 1989
    • Tony Ariola (1.86)
  • 1990
    • Fred Cooley (22 home runs)
    • Darin Kracl (10-2, .833; 1.98)
  • 1991
    • Lee Sammons (104 runs scored)
    • Brett Hendley (walked 104 times)
  • 1992
    • Miguel Jimenez (14 balks)
  • 1994
    • Joe McEwing (.324)
    • Jay Witasick (2.32)
    • Ray Davis (2.96)
    • Jeff Matulevich (30 saves)

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Notable Games


  • April 15, 1982
    • Tom Romano (hit for cycle)
  • April 21, 1982
    • Mark Jarrett (11 innings pitched)
  • April 30 thru May 2, 1982
    • Mark Fellows (30.2 consecutive shutout innings)
  • July 27, 1982
    • Ron Harrison (8 runs batted in)
  • August 27 thru 29, 1982
    • Tom Romano (8 consecutive hits)
  • May 17, 1983
    • Brian Graham (4 stolen bases)
    • team had 10 stolen bases
  • June 4, 1983
    • Dave Wilder (walked 5 times)
  • July 2, 1983
    • Greg Robles (3 home runs)
  • August 9, 1983
    • team had 7 doubles
  • May 11, 1984
    • Tim Belcher (16 strikeouts)
  • July 7 throug 9, 1984
    • Terry Steinbach (8 consecutive hits)
  • April 14, 1985
    • Andy Krause (9 at bats)
  • July 14 through 22, 1985
    • Mark Howie (17 game hitting streak)
  • July 29, 1986
    • Madison 25, Appleton 10
    • team had 7 doubles & 24 hits
  • April 11, 1987
    • Kenosha pitchers walked 17 Madison hitters
  • May 7 through 27, 1987
    • Ozzie Canseco (17 game hitting streak)
  • July 17, 1991
    • Doug Johns (no hitter; Burlington, 3-0)
  • July 7, 1983
    • Stacy Hollins (no hitter; Springfield, 3-0)

Otherwise Notable

  • Triple Plays by Team: 1 (13 seasons)



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