Batting Records – Playoffs (since 2009)

Batting Average
Highest, Team, Playoffs: .316, Winnipeg, 2014.
Lowest, Team, Playoffs: .118, Grand Prairie, 2013.
Highest, Team, Series: .352, Gary SouthShore, 2013 final.
Lowest, Team, Series: .118, Grand Prairie, 2013 semifinal.
Highest, Batter, Playoffs: .556, John Allen, Laredo, 2012 and Nate Hanson, St. Paul, 2016.
Highest, Batter, Series: .643 (9-for-14), David Espinosa, Grand Prairie, 2011 semifinals.

At-Bats
Most, Team, Playoffs: 355, Winnipeg, 2016.
Fewest, Team, Playoffs: 98, Gary, 2017; Fargo, 2012 and Laredo, 2012.
Most, Team, Series: 207, Winnipeg, 2017 final.
Fewest, Team, Series: 88, Shreveport, 2010 final.
Most, Team, Game: 61, Wichita, September 18, 2017.
Most, Batter, Playoffs: 44, Adam Frost, St. Paul, 2012.
Most, Batter, Series: 24, Brent Clevlen, Wichita, 2017 final.
Most, Player, Game: 8, Matt Chavez, Wichita, September 18, 2017.

Runs
Most, Team, Playoffs: 61, Wichita, 2016.
Fewest, Team, Playoffs: 0, Grand Prairie, 2013.
Most, Team, Series: 39, Winnipeg, 2017 final.
Fewest, Team, Series: 0, Grand Prairie, 2013 semifinal.
Most, Team, Game: 18, Winnipeg, September 19, 2018.
Most, Batter, Playoffs: 11, T.J. Mittelstaedt, Wichita, 2016.
Most, Batter, Series: 7, Harrison Kain, Wichita, 2016 semifinal.
Most, Player, Game: 4, Shawn Pleffner, Winnipeg, September 19, 2017.

Hits
Most, Team, Playoffs: 105, Winnipeg, 2016.
Fewest, Team, Playoffs: 12, Grand Prairie, 2013.
Most, Team, Series: 59, Winnipeg, 2017 final.
Fewest, Team, Series: 12, Grand Prairie, 2013 semifinal.
Most, Team, Game: 20, Kansas City, September 11, 2018.
Fewest, Team, Game: 3, Grand Prairie, September 6, 2013 and Fargo, September 6, 2013.
Most, Batter, Playoffs: 17, David Rohm, Winnipeg, 2016 and Nick Van Stratten, Wichita, 2016.
Most, Batter, Series: 12, David Rohm, Winnipeg, 2016 semifinal.
Most, Player, Game: 5, Matt Chavez, Wichita, September 16, 2016.

Doubles
Most, Team, Playoffs: 20, Winnipeg, 2016.
Fewest, Team, Playoffs: 1, Grand Prairie, 2013.
Most, Team, Series: 14, Winnipeg, 2016 final.
Fewest, Team, Series: 1, several.
Most, Team, Game: 5, several.
Most, Batter, Playoffs: 6, Adam Heisler, Winnipeg, 2016.
Most, Batter, Series: 4, Adam Heisler, Winnipeg; 2016 final; Ronnie Bourquin, St. Paul, 2011 semifinal and Jon Weber, Winnipeg, 2011 semifinal.
Most, Player, Game: 2, several.

Triples
Most, Team, Playoffs: 6, Wichita, 2013.
Fewest, Team, Playoffs: 0, several.
Most, Team, Series: 5, Wichita, 2013 semifinal.
Fewest, Team, Series: 0, several.
Most, Team, Game: 4, Wichita, September 6, 2013.
Most, Batter, Playoffs: 3, Richard Prigatano, Wichita, 2017 and Brent Clevlen, Wichita, 2013.
Most, Batter, Series: 3, Richard Prigatano, Wichita, 2017 semifinal.
Most, Player, Game: 2, Richard Prigatano, Wichita, September 9, 2017.

Home Runs
Most, Team, Playoffs: 10, Winnipeg, 2017; Wichita, 2012 and St. Paul, 2011.
Fewest, Team, Playoffs: 0, Gary, 2018; Gary, 2013 and Grand Prairie, 2013.
Most, Team, Series: 9, Lincoln, 2017 semifinal and Winnipeg, 2017 final.
Fewest, Team, Series: 0, several.
Most, Team, Game: 5, Lincoln, September 10, 2017 and Wichita, September 6 2012.
Most, Batter, Playoffs: 3, several.
Most, Batter, Series: 3, Joe Robbins, Lincoln, 2017 semifinal and Reggie Abercrombie, Winnipeg, 2016 final.
Most, Player, Game: 2, several.

Runs Batted In
Most, Team, Playoffs: 57, Winnipeg, 2017.
Fewest, Team, Playoffs: 0, Grand Prairie, 2013.
Most, Team, Series: 37, Winnipeg, 2017 final.
Fewest, Team, Series: 0, Grand Prairie, 2013 semifinal.
Most, Team, Game: 18, Winnipeg, September 19, 2017.
Most, Batter, Playoffs: 11, Richard Prigatano, Wichita, 2017 and Reggie Abercrombie, Winnipeg, 2016.
Most, Batter, Series: 9, Reggie Abercrombie, Winnipeg, 2016 final.
Most, Player, Game: 7, Brandon Jacobs, Lincoln, September 7, 2017 and Reggie Abercrombie, Winnipeg, September 16, 2016.

Walks
Most, Team, Playoffs: 51, Sioux City, 2019.
Fewest, Team, Playoffs: 6, Gary, 2017.
Most, Team, Series: 29, Lincoln, 2009 final.
Fewest, Team, Series: 6, Gary, 2017 semifinal; Winnipeg, 2012 final and Sioux Falls, 2010 final.
Most, Team, Game: 12, Lincoln, September 11, 2009.
Most, Batter, Playoffs: 11, Rafael Alvarez, Lincoln, 2009.
Most, Batter, Series: 7, Chris Jacobs, Fargo, 2019 semifinal and Rafael Alvarez, Lincoln, 2009 final.
Most, Player, Game: 3, several.

Strikeouts
Most, Team, Playoffs: 87, Lincoln, 2009.
Fewest, Team, Playoffs: 19, Wichita, 2011.
Most, Team, Series: 56, St. Paul, 2016 semifinal.
Fewest, Team, Series: 13, Wichita, 2013 semifinal.
Most, Team, Game: 17, Wichita, September 18, 2017.
Most, Batter, Playoffs: 16, Jacob Morris, Wichita, 2017 and Argelis Nunez, Lincoln, 2009.
Most, Batter, Series: 11, Joe Becht, Fargo, 2019 semifinal and Jacob Morris, Wichita, 2017 final.
Most, Player, Game: 5, Matt Chavez, September 7, 2016.

Stolen Bases
Most, Team, Playoffs: 17, Lincoln, 2009.
Fewest, Team, Playoffs: 0, Sioux City, 2016 and Laredo, 2012.
Most, Team, Series: 13, Lincoln, 2009 final.
Fewest, Team, Series: 0, several.
Most, Team, Game: 7, Lincoln, September 11, 2009.
Most, Runner, Playoffs: 6, Bryan Sabatella, Shreveport, 2010.
Most, Runner, Series: 4, Bryan Sabatella, Shreveport, 2010 semifinal.
Most, Runner, Game: 3, Reggie Abercrombie, Winnipeg, September 3, 2014.

Caught Stealing
Most, Team, Playoffs: 6, Wichita, 2016; Wichita, 2014 and Wichita, 2013.
Fewest, Team, Playoffs: 0, several.
Most, Team, Series: 5, Wichita, 2014 semifinal.
Fewest, Team, Series: 0, several.
Most, Team, Game: 2, several.
Most, Runner, Playoffs: 4, Kevin Reynolds, Pensacola, 2009.
Most, Runner, Series: 3, John Rodriguez, Wichita, 2013 semifinal.
Most, Runner, Game: 2, Nick Van Stratten, Wichita, September 7, 2016 and John Rodriguez, Wichita, September 4, 2013.

Left on Base
Most, Team, Game: 16, Wichita, September 18, 2017.