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Spikes Individual Milestones achieved and upcoming

Mitch Thomas joins the 1000 AB club finishing at 1009, getting his 1000th during the playoffs in 2017.
Ryan Dailey goes over 1200 ABs in 2017
Mitch Thomas scored his 200th run in 2017, finishing at 210.
Steve Maher is 3 hits shy of 650.  Mitch Thomas got his 350th hit in 2017, finishing at 351.  Ryan Dailey is 3 short of 450 hits.  Keith Wallace got his 300th hit in 2016.  
Mike Luczak got his 200th hit in 2017 as did Chris Scoggins.
Mitch Thomas got his 30th homerun in 2017 and that is where he finishes.  Chris Scoggins hit is 25th in 2017 and has 26 currently.  Lee Cruz, with 6 more in 2017, moves into 4th all time at 33.  All of this accomplished in just 4 seasons, 2 of which have had no more than 33 games available.
Steve Maher is 8 RBI short of taking over the all time lead.

Kit Crooks threw his 1100th inning in 2016 and stands at 1155.
Trae Lee threw his 1000th inning in 2017, currently at 1028.
Ryan Dailey moved into 6th all time in innings currently at 230.  
Trae Lee got his 100th win in 2017!
Trae Lee is 37 K's short of 1000 going into the 2018 season.  Kit Crooks, who could not pitch in 2017, is 42 short of the same goal going into 2018.


The St. Louis Spikes swept through the 2017 playoffs with a 4-0 record, a sweep of Belleville in the championship series and a revenge victory over the Printers in the semi's.
THis is the 3rd championship for the Spikes (2008, 2014, 2017)  The Spikes carry an all time playoff record of 29-16.


Spikes Milestones

Spikes Milestones

Wins – Career
Total – 727-310 (.701)
60 Wins – 2009 (65)
50 Wins – 2010 (53), 2008 (54), 2007 (53), 2011 (52), 2014 (56)
40 Wins – 2006 (48), 2003 (45), 2004 (43), 2005 (41), 2015 (48)
30 Wins – 2002 (35)

Years – Career 
15+ years - Jay Davis (2002-current)
15.5+ years – Steve Maher, Kit Crooks (2002-current)

14.5 years - Trae Lee 
13 years - Jon Kars (2004-2016)

12 years - Mitch Thomas (2006 - 2017)

10 years - Chad Lemley 2003-2012, Carter Rethwisch (2002-2011), Nuru Allen (2004-2013)
10+ years - Keith Wallace (2008 - current)
9+ years - John Altis (2006-2012, 2016 - current) Ryan Dailey (2009 - current)
8 years –  Ryan Froehlich (2004-2011) Eric Walls (2006-2013) Jason Bucholz (2006-2013) Mike Tallis (2008 - 2015) Kevin Jett (2004-2006, 2011-2015)

7 years - Rob Morris (2002, 2004-2009), Mark Lee (2005-2011)
7+ years - Chris Scoggins (2011 - current)
6 years – Shane Lyday (2002-2006, 2009), Jose Chinea (2003-2008)


5 Hit Games – Jose Chinea (’03), Gaby Corchado (’04), Jay Davis (’03), Steve Maher (’08), Greg Sanford (’02), Mike Schraeche (’03)
4 Hit Games – Nuru Allen (’04), John Altis (’08), Jose Chinea (’04,’03), Gaby Corchado (’05), Josh Costello (’05), Ryan Dailey (’10), Jay Davis (’07,’03), Jeff Dunbar (’03), Joel Farrell (’08), Ryan Froehlich (’04), Kirk Heischmidt (’08,’07), Chris Hon (’08, ’03), Billy Jarka (’08), Chad Lemley (’07,’04,’03), Shane Lyday (’04,’02), Steve Maher (’08,’07,’05,’03), Travis Parker (’09), Carter Rethwisch (’07,’04), Sean Rogan (’02), Mike Schraeche (’03), Mike Tallis (’10), Mitch Thomas (’09), Mickey Wallace (’07), Eric Walls (’08,’07)

Cycle – John Altis(’08)













2014 MSBL divison and playoff champs

September 19, 2014


2014 MCL DIVISION & PLAYOFF CHAMPS

August 11, 2014

2014 MCL CHAMPS


2014 Valmeyer Classic Champs

July 4, 2014

St. Louis Spikes 2014 Valmeyer Classic Champs


St. Louis Spikes 2013 Summary

FINAL RECORD 45-17.  3RD PLACE FINISHES IN THE VALMEYER CLASSIC AND JMMBL.  RUNNER UP IN MCL TO WATERLOO AFTER A TIGHT 3 GAME SERIES.  

HIGHLIGHTS:

RYAN DAILEY - LEADER IN AVG .426, HITS 75, DOUBLES 18, AND RBI 51.

MIKE TALLIS - LEADER IN RUNS 59, WALKS 46 AND OBP .568

JUSTIN HENNIG - LEADER IN HOME RUNS 5

JON KARS - 97K IN 95.2 IP, 9/1 K/BB RATIO, 12-5 3.20 ERA

KIT CROOKS - 104 IP, 11 CG, 11-4 2.33 ERA

TRAE LEE - 86 K IN 84.1 IP, 5 CG, 10-2 3.84 ERA


2012 25+ MSBL Champs

September 20, 2012

2011 25+ MSBL Champs

September 21, 2011

2011 Valmeyer Tourney Champs

July 4, 2011

Spikes vs Rascals

May 8, 2010