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List of Australian Baseball League records

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List of Australian Baseball League records

A list of records from the former Australian Baseball League (1989-1999).

Offensive Records

.400 Season

Player Team Year At Bats Average Bat
John Jaha Daikyo Dolphins 1992 or 1993 .445 Wood
David Clarkson Waverley Reds 1990 126 .444 Metal
Brendan Kingman Sydney Blues 1998 .427 Metal
Andrew Scott .414 Metal
Steve Hinton .403 Metal
Adam Burton Brisbane Bandits .402 Metal
David Nilsson Daikyo Dolphins 1991 135 .400 Wood

Other

Most hits in a season: 78 from 208 at bats by Steve Hinton, in 1998. Highest slugging rate: 1.083 by Brendan Kingman, in 1998.

Most Home Runs in a Season, 28 by Brendan Kingman, in 1998

Defensive Records

Perfect Games

A perfect game has never been Pitched in the Australian Baseball League.

No Hitters

Date Pitchers Team Against Location Innings Hits Runs Walks Strike Outs Hit Batters Sacrifice Hits Wild Pitches Batters Faced
29 November 1990 Chip Duncan & Michael Hennessy Parramatta Patriots Brisbane Bandits North Ipswich Reserve 7 0 0 6 12 2 0 0 28
21 November 1991 Jody Treadwell Adelaide Giants Sydney Wave Norwood Oval 7 0 0 2 14 0 2 0 24
8 January 1993 Kevin Gallaher 6 0 1 4 5 0 2 2 22
22 January 1994 John Boothby Brisbane Bandits Adelaide Giants Norwood Oval 7 0 0 4 10 1 0 0 25
2 January 1995 Gary Nilsson, Kelly Wunsch, Cameron Cairncross Brisbane Bandits Canberra Bushrangers RNA Showgrounds 7 0 0 4 5 1 1 0 22
10 February 1995 Allen McDill Melbourne Monarchs Gold Coast Cougars Melbourne Ballpark 7 0 0 4 3 1 0 0 25
7 November 1998 Matt Herges & John Challinor Adelaide Giants Gold Coast Cougars Carrara Stadium 9 0 0 4 10 0 0 0 31

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