Worcester Bravehearts franchise records set in 2021

During the 2021 Futures Collegiate Baseball League season several regular-season Worcester Bravehearts franchise records were broken or tied. Below is a list of those franchise marks set or tied, and this list may be updated as more stats are collected.

Individual, single game, tied record
BATTERS
Stolen Bases
3 – Randy Flores vs Nashua, 6/24/21
3 – Dakota Harris at Norwich, 7/4/21
3 – Tayven Kelley at Norwich, 7/4/21
3 – El Rico Riley vs Westfield, 7/7/21 (7 inning game)
PITCHERS
Strikeouts by a relief pitcher
10 – L.J. Keevan vs Pittsfield, 7/6/21
Fewest pitches to record three outs (start of inning)
5 – Tyler Nielsen, 3rd inning vs Pittsfield, 7/6/21
5 – Ryan Odonnell, 5th inning at Pittsfield, 8/10/21

Team, single game, tied record
PITCHERS
Fewest Walks
0 – at Brockton, 8/8/2021 (Bryce Afthim) (6 inning CG)

Individual, season, new record
BATTERS
Games
52 – Nick Martin
Consecutive games on base (hit/walk/hbp)
26 – Gavin Noriega, 5/31/21 to 7/28/21 (17H, 8BB, 1HBP)
PITCHERS
Strikeouts
82 – Jack Choate, 2021
Starts
11 – Alex Amalfi, 2021
11 – Max LeBlanc, 2021
11 – Jack Choate, 2021
Consecutive scoreless innings
17 – Alex Amalfi, 6/4/21 to 6/26/21

Individual, season, tied record
BATTERS
Triples
5 – Randy Flores
Consecutive games hit by pitch
3 – Andrew Selima, 5/27 to 6/2, 2021

Individual, career, tied record
BATTERS
Triples
5 – Randy Flores

Team, season, new record
BATTERS
Walks
274
Hit By Pitch
54
PITCHERS
Strikeouts
678
Batting Average Against
.236

MISC
WooBall home team on road
14-4 W, 07/29/21
Coldest WooBall game
45°F – 5/29/21 vs Pittsfield
Other
Jonathan Santucci first player RBI and Save in the same game, 5/31/21 vs Nashua
Zach DeMattio first player inside the park home run plus hit one out of the park, 6/26/21 vs New Britain


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