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Midwest League 1993

Season Highlights

Batting Leaders

  • Batting: Homer Bush (Waterloo/Padres) .322
  • Home Runs: Joe Biasucci (Springfield/Cardinals) 26
  • Runs Batted In: Charles Johnson (Kane County/Marlins) 94
  • Stolen Bases: Essex Burton (South Bend/White Sox) 74

Pitching Leaders

  • Wins: Mike Call (South Bend/White Sox) & LaTroy Hawkins (Fort Wayne/Twins) 15
  • Won/Lost: Ugueth Urbina (Burlington/Expos) 10-1, .909
  • Saves: Kirk Bullinger (Springfield/Cardinals) 33
  • Earned Run Average: Ugueth Urbina (Burlington/Expos) 1.99
  • Strikeouts: LaTroy Hawkins (Fort Wayne/Twins) 179


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1993 Season
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Post-Season All-Star Team

Catcher                 Charles Johnson    Kane County
First Base              Ken Tirpack        Fort Wayne
Second Base             Joe Biasucci       Springfield
Third Base              Mike Gulan         Springfield
Shortstop               Chad Fonville      Clinton
Outfield                Anthony Byrd       Fort Wayne
                        Johnny Damon       Rockford
                        Carmine Cappuccio  South Bend
Designated Hitter       Scott Talanoa      Beloit
Left Handed Pitcher     Ugueth Urbina      Burlington
Right Handed Pitcher    Tim Davis          Appleton
Reliever                Victor Darensbourg Kane County
                        Kirk Bullinger     Springfield

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