List of Nashville Sounds awards, All-Stars, and league leaders

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The unique guitar-shaped scoreboard at Herschel Greer Stadium, home of the Nashville Sounds since 1978

The Nashville Sounds minor league baseball franchise has played in Nashville, Tennessee since its inception in the 1978 season. It was created as an expansion team of the Double-A Southern League, in which it competed through 1984.[1] The franchise moved to the Triple-A American Association in 1985 and then to the Triple-A Pacific Coast League in 1998.[1] This list, which is correct as of the end of the 2013 season, documents players and personnel who have won league awards, were selected for mid or post-season All-Star teams, or led the league in particular statistical areas in a single season.

Three Sounds players have won league Most Valuable Player (MVP) awards (Steve Balboni, Brian Dayett, and Magglio Ordóñez) and nine have won Pitcher of the Year awards (Bruce Berenyi, Geoff Combe, Andy McGaffigan, Jamie Werly, Stefan Wever, Chris Hammond, Scott Ruffcorn, R. A. Dickey, and Johnny Hellweg). Three team managers have won Manager of the Year honors: Stump Merrill, Rick Renick, and Frank Kremblas. Manager Mike Guerrero was the recipient of Minor League Baseball's Mike Coolbaugh Award. Ordóñez won the 1997 American Association MVP award as well as the league's Rookie of the Year award, making him the only Sounds player to win two awards in the same season. The only other team personnel to win multiple awards, though in separate seasons, are Renick, who won the league Manager of the Year award in 1993 and 1996, and radio broadcaster Bob Jamison, who was named Broadcaster of the Year in 1980 and 1982. The franchise also won the Larry MacPhail Trophy for Outstanding Minor League Promotions in 1978, 1980, and 1981.

Of the 47 players who have been named to post-season All-Star teams, only Duane Walker and Jeff Abbott have been selected twice. Sixty-three players have been selected for mid-season All-Star teams. Of those players, Drew Denson, Vinny Rottino, and Joey Vierra are the only players to have been selected twice while playing for Nashville. Three players have been chosen as the MVP or "Star of Stars", as it was sometimes called,[2] for mid-season all-star games: Duane Walker (1979), Ray Durham (1994), and Ordóñez (1997).

A number of Sounds players have led the league in multiple statistical categories during a single season. Balboni led the 1980 season in five categories: runs (101), runs batted in (122), total bases (288), home runs (30), and fielding percentage among first basemen (.990). In 1990, Hammond led the league in wins (15), winning percentage (.938 (15–1)), earned run average (2.17), and strikeouts (149). Durham, Ruffcorn, and Wever have also led a single season in three areas.

Table key[edit]

Award winners[edit]

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Brian Dayett, 1982 Southern League Most Valuable Player
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Magglio Ordóñez, 1997 American Association Most Valuable Player and Rookie of the Year

Southern League (1978–1984)[edit]

Award Recipient Season Ref
Most Valuable Player Steve Balboni 1980 [3]
Most Valuable Player Brian Dayett 1982 [3]
Most Outstanding Pitcher Bruce Berenyi 1978 [4]
Most Outstanding Pitcher Geoff Combe 1979 [4]
Most Outstanding Pitcher Andy McGaffigan 1980 [4]
Most Outstanding Pitcher Jamie Werly 1981 [4]
Most Outstanding Pitcher Stefan Wever 1982 [4]
Manager of the Year Stump Merrill 1980 [5]
Broadcaster of the Year Bob Jamison 1980 [6]
Broadcaster of the Year Bob Jamison 1982 [6]
Larry MacPhail Trophy (Outstanding Minor League Promotions) 1978 [7]
Larry MacPhail Trophy (Outstanding Minor League Promotions) 1980 [7]
Larry MacPhail Trophy (Outstanding Minor League Promotions) 1981 [7]

American Association (1985–1997)[edit]

Award Recipient Season Ref
Most Valuable Player Magglio Ordóñez 1997 [8]
Pitcher of the Year Chris Hammond 1990 [8]
Pitcher of the Year Scott Ruffcorn 1994 [8]
Rookie of the Year Jeff Abbott 1996 [8]
Rookie of the Year Magglio Ordóñez 1997 [8]
Manager of the Year Rick Renick 1993 [8]
Manager of the Year Rick Renick 1996 [8]

Pacific Coast League (1998–present)[edit]

Award Recipient Season Ref
Pitcher of the Year R. A. Dickey 2007 [9]
Pitcher of the Year Johnny Hellweg 2013 [9]
Manager of the Year Frank Kremblas 2007 [9]
Trainer of the Year Jeff Paxon 2007 [10]
Mike Coolbaugh Award Mike Guerrero 2013 [11]

All-Stars[edit]

Mid-season All-Stars[edit]

These players were voted onto league mid-season All-Star teams. Three Sounds players have been named MVP or "Star of Stars" for their contributions in an All-Star Game.

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Corey Hart, 2005 Pacific Coast League mid-season All-Star left fielder
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Season Player Position Ref(s)
1978 Bruce Berenyi Pitcher [12]
1979 Geoff Combe Pitcher [13]
1979 Paul Householder Outfielder [13]
1979 Dave Van Gorder Catcher [13]
1979 Duane Walker Outfielder [13][14]
1980 Steve Balboni First baseman [15]
1981 Jamie Werly Pitcher [16]
1982 Clay Christiansen Pitcher [17]
1982 Brian Dayett Outfielder [17]
1982 Erik Peterson Third baseman [17]
1982 Stefan Wever Pitcher [17]
1984 Tom Barrett Second baseman [18]
1984 Pat Dempsey Catcher [19]
1984 Dan Pasqua Outfielder [18]
1988 Marty Brown Third baseman [20]
1988 Hugh Kemp Pitcher [20]
1989 Skeeter Barnes Left fielder [20]
1989 Scotti Madison First baseman [20]
1990 Leo Garcia Center fielder [20]
1991 Terry Lee First baseman [20]
1992 Gerónimo Berroa Right fielder [20]
1992 Joey Vierra Pitcher [20]
1993 Drew Denson First baseman [20]
1993 Brian Drahman Pitcher [20]
1994 Drew Denson Designated hitter [20]
1994 Ray Durham Second baseman [20][21]
1994 Steve Schrenk Pitcher [20]
1995 Fernando Ramsey Center fielder [20]
1995 Joey Vierra Pitcher [20]
1996 Jeff Abbott Left fielder [20]
1996 Scott Ruffcorn Pitcher [20]
1997 Magglio Ordóñez Center fielder [20][21]
1997 Jeff Darwin Pitcher [20]
1998 Jeff McCurry Pitcher [20]
1999 Matt Ryan Pitcher [20]
2000 Craig Wilson Catcher [20]
2001 Luis Figueroa Second baseman [20]
2001 Tike Redman Center fielder [20]
2001 Don Wengert Pitcher [20]
2002 Mendy López Shortstop [20]
2003 Mark Corey Pitcher [20]
2004 Dave Williams Pitcher [20]
2005 Corey Hart Left fielder [20]
2006 Nelson Cruz Right fielder [20]
2006 Tony Gwynn, Jr. Center fielder [20]
2006 Ben Hendrickson Pitcher [20]
2007 Steve Bray Pitcher [20]
2007 Vinny Rottino Catcher [20]
2008 Lindsay Gulin Pitcher [20]
2008 Luis Peña Pitcher [20]
2008 Vinny Rottino Catcher [20]
2009 Alcides Escobar Shortstop [20]
2009 Brendan Katin Outfielder [20]
2009 R. J. Swindle Pitcher [20]
2010 Luis Cruz Shortstop [20]
2010 Mike McClendon Pitcher [20]
2011 Mark DiFelice Pitcher [20]
2011 Sam Narron Pitcher [20]
2012 Jim Henderson Pitcher [20]
2013 Rob Wooten Pitcher [20]
2014 Mike Fiers Pitcher [20]
2014 Donovan Hand Pitcher [20]
2014 Jimmy Nelson Pitcher [20]

Post-season All-Stars[edit]

These players were voted onto league post-season All-Star teams.

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Willie McGee, 1981 Southern League post-season All-Star outfielder
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Van Snider, 1988 American Association post-season All-Star outfielder
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Ray Durham, 1994 American Association post-season All-Star second baseman
Season Player Position Ref
1978 Bruce Berenyi Right-handed pitcher [22]
1978 Gene Menees Second baseman [22]
1979 Geoff Combe Right-handed pitcher [22]
1979 Paul Householder Outfielder [22]
1979 Duane Walker Outfielder [22]
1979 Duane Walker Best Hustler [22]
1980 Steve Balboni First baseman [22]
1980 Andy McGaffigan Right-handed pitcher [22]
1980 Buck Showalter Outfielder [22]
1980 Pat Tabler Second baseman [22]
1981 Don Mattingly Shortstop [22]
1981 Willie McGee Outfielder [22]
1981 Jamie Werly Right-handed pitcher [22]
1982 Brian Dayett Outfielder [22]
1982 Erik Peterson Utility [22]
1982 Stefan Wever Right-handed pitcher [22]
1983 Matt Gallegos Best Hustler [22]
1984 Tom Barrett Best Hustler [22]
1984 Dan Pasqua Outfielder [22]
1984 Keith Smith Shortstop [22]
1985 Darrell Brown Outfielder [23]
1985 Scotti Madison Catcher [23]
1986 Bruce Fields Outfielder [23]
1986 Germán Rivera Third baseman [23]
1988 Norm Charlton Left-handed pitcher [23]
1988 Van Snider Outfielder [23]
1989 Skeeter Barnes Outfielder [23]
1990 Chris Hammond Left-handed pitcher [23]
1991 Terry Lee First baseman [23]
1992 Gerónimo Berroa Outfielder [23]
1993 Esteban Beltré Shortstop [23]
1993 Norberto Martin Second baseman [23]
1994 Drew Denson Designated hitter [23]
1994 Ray Durham Second baseman [23]
1994 Scott Ruffcorn Right-handed pitcher [23]
1996 Jeff Abbott Outfielder [23]
1997 Jeff Abbott Outfielder [23]
1997 Magglio Ordóñez Outfielder [23]
1999 Chad Hermansen Designated hitter [24]
2000 Craig Wilson Catcher [24]
2003 John Barnes Outfielder [24]
2003 Mark Corey Relief pitcher [24]
2007 Adam Pettyjohn Left-handed pitcher [24]
2007 R. A. Dickey Right-handed pitcher [24]
2009 Alcides Escobar Shortstop [24]
2011 Taylor Green Third baseman [24]
2013 Johnny Hellweg Right-handed pitcher [24]

League leaders[edit]

Batting leaders[edit]

These players led all other players in the league in particular statistical batting categories in a single season.[25]

Statistic Player Record Season Ref
Batting average Scotti Madison .341 1985 [26]
Batting average Bruce Fields .368 1986 [27]
Batting average Matt Merullo .332 1993 [28]
Hits Buck Showalter 178 1980 [29]
Hits Buck Showalter 152 1982 [29]
Hits Skeeter Barnes 156 1990 [30]
Hits Norberto Martin 179 1993 [31]
Runs Steve Balboni 101 1980 [32]
Runs Ted Wilborn 106 1981 [33]
Runs batted in Steve Balboni 122 1980 [32]
Runs batted in Drew Denson 103 1994 [34]
Total bases Steve Balboni 288 1980 [32]
Total bases Brian Dayett 285 1982 [35]
Total bases Ray Durham 261 1994 [36]
Doubles Don Mattingly 35 1981 [37]
Doubles Skeeter Barnes 39 1989 [30]
Triples Duane Walker 9 1979 [38]
Triples Ted Wilborn 14 1980 [33]
Triples Van Snider 9(3) 1989 [39]
Triples Ray Durham 12* 1994 [36]
Triples Gary Thurman 12* 1994 [40]
Triples Tike Redman 10(2) 2001 [41]
Triples Rich Thompson 13 2004 [42]
Home runs Steve Balboni 34 1980 [32]
Home runs Van Snider 23 1988 [39]
Home runs Drew Denson 30 1994 [34]
Stolen bases Lenny Harris 45 1988 [43]
Stolen bases Rich Thompson 41 2004 [42]
Slugging percentage J. J. Davis .554 2003 [44]
Fewest strikeouts per plate appearance Matt Howard 1:18.2 1999 [45]

Pitching leaders[edit]

These players led all other players in the league in particular statistical pitching categories in a single season.[25]

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R. A. Dickey, 2007 Pacific Coast League leader in wins and co-leader in complete games
Statistic Player Record Season Ref
Wins Clay Christiansen 16* 1982 [46]
Wins Stefan Wever 16* 1982 [47]
Wins Jack Armstrong 12(4) 1989 [48]
Wins Chris Hammond 15 1990 [49]
Wins Keith Brown 12*(5) 1992 [50]
Wins Tim Pugh 12*(5) 1992 [51]
Wins Scott Ruffcorn 15 1994 [52]
Wins Scott Ruffcorn 13 1996 [52]
Wins R. A. Dickey 13 2007 [53]
Saves John Pacella 17 1986 [54]
Saves Mark Corey 30(2) 2003 [55]
Saves Chris Smith 26 2010 [56]
Winning percentage Greg Hughes .733 (11–4) 1979 [57]
Winning percentage Pete Filson .833 (10–2)(2) 1981 [58]
Winning percentage Chris Hammond .938 (15–1) 1990 [49]
Winning percentage Scott Ruffcorn .833 (15–3)(2) 1994 [52]
Winning percentage Jimmy Anderson .846 (11–2) 1999 [59]
Winning percentage Dave Williams .750 (6–2) 2004 [60]
Winning percentage Rick Helling .750 (9–3) 2005 [61]
Winning percentage Johnny Hellweg .706 (12–5) 2013 [62]
Earned run average Scott Brown 2.40 1979 [63]
Earned run average Andy McGaffigan 2.38 1980 [64]
Earned run average Stefan Wever 2.78 1982 [47]
Earned run average Chris Hammond 2.17 1990 [49]
Earned run average Rodney Bolton 2.88 1993 [65]
Earned run average Rodney Bolton 2.88 1995 [65]
Opponents' batting average Johnny Hellweg .228 2013 [62]
Innings pitched Jamie Werly 222 1981 [66]
Innings pitched Brian Denman 182(2) 1985 [67]
Innings pitched Scott Terry 182 1987 [68]
Complete games Jared Fernández 4 2006 [69]
Complete games R. A. Dickey 3(2) 2007 [53]
Shutouts Scott Ruffcorn 2(2) 1994 [52]
Shutouts Jared Fernández 2(4) 2006 [69]
Shutouts Michael Fiers 1(12) 2011 [70]
Strikeouts Jay Howell 173 1978 [71]
Strikeouts Jamie Werly 193 1981 [66]
Strikeouts Stefan Wever 191 1982 [47]
Strikeouts Jack Lazorko 119 1986 [72]
Strikeouts Norm Charlton 161 1988 [73]
Strikeouts Chris Hammond 149 1990 [49]
Strikeouts James Baldwin 156 1994 [74]
Strikeouts Todd Van Poppel 157 1999 [75]

Fielding leaders[edit]

These players led all other players at their playing position in the league in fielding percentage in a single season.[25]

Statistic Player Record Season Ref
Fielding percentage, 2B Gene Menees .977 1978 [76]
Fielding percentage, OF Paul Householder .989 1979 [77]
Fielding percentage, C Dave Van Gorder .992 1979 [78]
Fielding percentage, 1B Steve Balboni .990 1980 [32]
Fielding percentage, P Clay Christiansen 1.000 (46 TC)(2) 1982 [46]
Fielding percentage, 3B Mike Pagliarulo .954 1983 [79]
Fielding percentage, C Clemente Alvarez .998 1994 [80]
Fielding percentage, 2B Ray Durham .973 1994 [36]
Fielding percentage, P Steve Schrenk 1.000 (45 TC) 1994 [81]
Fielding percentage, 2B Doug Brady .975 1995 [82]
Fielding percentage, 1B Mike Robertson .992 1995 [83]
Fielding percentage, 3B Olmedo Sáenz .939 1995 [84]
Fielding percentage, 1B Mike Robertson .996 1996 [83]
Fielding percentage, OF Jeff Abbott 1.000 (243 TC) 1997 [85]
Fielding percentage, P Rich Pratt 1.000 (42 TC) 1997 [86]
Fielding percentage, 2B Matt Howard .982 1999 [45]
Fielding percentage, 2B John Wehner .984 2000 [87]
Fielding percentage, OF Ryan Radmanovich .995 2001 [88]
Fielding percentage, P Matt Guerrier 1.000 (46 TC) 2002 [89]
Fielding percentage, P Pat Mahomes 1.000 (45 TC) 2004 [90]
Fielding percentage, C Keith McDonald .997 2004 [91]
Fielding percentage, C Mike Rivera .997 2007 [92]
Fielding percentage, 2B Hernán Iribarren .990 2009 [93]
Fielding percentage, 1B Joe Koshansky .997 2009 [94]
Fielding percentage, 2B Eric Farris .983 2011 [95]

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