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The Sissach Frogs score a run against the Wil Devils in Swiss NLA action. (Photo: Sissach Frogs)

Here are the European baseball statistical leaders as of Thursday, May 4, 2017.

BATTING AVERAGE
.632 – Gilmer Lampe, L&D Amsterdam (Netherlands)
.565 – Benjamin Dille, Curacao Neptunus (Netherlands)
.563 – Erik Epifano, T&A San Marino (Italy)
.553 – Jonathan Jaspe, Rouen Huskies (France)
.542 – Osman Marval, UnipolSai Bologna (Italy)
.516 – Edvardas Matusevicius, Dohren Wild Farmers (Germany)
.500 – Alessandro Vaglio, UnipolSai Bologna (Italy)
.500 – Drake Zarate, Stuttgart Reds (Germany)
.485 – Cameron Russ, Arrows Ostrava (Czech Republic)
.480 – Marek Chlup, Eagles Prague (Czech Republic)
.478 – Christopher Goebel, Bonn Capitals (Germany)
.476 – Caleb Fenimore, Dohren Wild Farmers (Germany)
.474 – Max Boldt, Mainz Athletics (Germany)
.467 – Felix Brown, Senart Templiers (France)
.465 – Andrew Medeiros, Technika Brno (Czech Republic)
.464 – Christoph Ziegler, Haar Disciples (Germany)
.455 – Brehan Murphy, Hamburg Stealers (Germany)
.455 – Jose P. Flores, UnipolSai Bologna (Italy)
.455 – Yancarlo Franco, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
.455 – Remco Draijer, L&D Amsterdam (Netherlands)
.444 – Fernando Escarra, Mannheim Tornados (Germany)
.444 – Jesus Golindano, Sant Boi (Spain)
.441 – Vince Rooi, HCAW (Netherlands)
.441 – Martin Schneider, Draci Brno (Czech Republic)
.439 – Adam Hajtmar, Draci Brno (Czech Republic)
.439 – Gary Owens, Heidenheim Heidekoepfe (Germany)
.438 – Milan Vystrcil, Technika Brno (Czech Republic)
.438 – Simon Guehring, Heidenheim Heidekoepfe (Germany)
.429 – Michel Rodriguez, Astros Valencia (Spain)
.426 – Lesther Galvan, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
.425 – Terrell Joyce, Draci Brno (Czech Republic)
.421 – Sandel Cuevas, Astros Valencia (Spain)
.414 – Dennis de Quint, Twins (Netherlands)
.412 – Lukas Jahn, Buchbinder Legionaere Regensburg (Germany)
.409 – Roibert Decena, Barcelona (Spain)
.407 – Joseba San Andres, San Inazio Bilbao (Spain)
.406 – Tino van Erk, DSS (Netherlands)
.400 – Victor Jose Lopez, Sant Boi (Spain)

HITS
21 – Simon Guehring, Heidenheim Heidekoepfe (Germany)
21 – Felix Brown, Senart Templiers (France)
21 – Jonathan Jaspe, Rouen Huskies (France)
20 – Andrew Medeiros, Technika Brno (Czech Republic)
20 – Yancarlo Franco, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
19 – Lesther Galvan, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
18 – Adam Hajtmar, Draci Brno (Czech Republic)
18 – Gary Owens, Heidenheim Heidekoepfe (Germany)
18 – Michel Rodriguez, Astros Valencia (Spain)
18 – Max Boldt, Mainz Athletics (Germany)
18 – Jean Michel Acevedo, Astros Valencia (Spain)
18 – Roibert Decena, Barcelona (Spain)

DOUBLES
7 – Yancarlo Franco, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
7 – Lesther Galvan, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
6 – Jonathan Jaspe, Rouen Huskies (France)
6 – Roibert Decena, Barcelona (Spain)
6 – Max Boldt, Mainz Athletics (Germany)
5 – Dennis de Quint, De Glaskoning Twins (Netherlands)
5 – Fernando Escarra, Mannheim Tornados (Germany)
5 – Victor Velazquez, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
5 – Luis Del Muro Puente, Mannheim Tornados (Germany)
5 – Leopoldo Correa, San Inazio Bilbao (Spain)
5 – Simon Guehring, Heidenheim Heidekoepfe (Germany)

TRIPLES
3 – Martin Schneider, Draci Brno (Czech Republic)
3 – Felix Brown, Senart Templiers (France)
3 – Yoel Caballero, Viladecans (Spain)
2 – Jannik Denz, Stuttgart Reds (Germany)
2 – Dominik Hoepfner, Mannheim Tornados (Germany)
2 – Alexandre Couton, Montigny Cougars (France)
2 – Dylan Gleeson, Rouen Huskies (France)
2 – Michael Stephan, Haar Disciples (Germany)
2 – Nate Thomas, Haar Disciples (Germany)
2 – Bastien Dagneau, MUC Barracudas (France)
2 – Juan Martin, Mannheim Tornados (Germany)

HOME RUNS
6 – Max Boldt, Mainz Athletics (Germany)
5 – Matej Hejma, Eagles Prague (Czech Republic)
5 – Roibert Decena, Barcelona (Spain)
4 – Michel Rodriguez, Astros Valencia (Spain)
4 – Jesus Ustariz, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
4 – Sandel Cuevas, Astros Valencia (Spain)

RBI
20 – Felix Brown, Senart Templiers (France)
19 – Michel Rodriguez, Astros Valencia (Spain)
19 – Andrew Medeiros, Technika Brno (Czech Republic)
17 – Jose Manuel Melendez, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
17 – Vince Rooi, HCAW (Netherlands)
16 – Tomas Junec, Arrows Ostrava (Czech Republic)
15 – Lesther Galvan, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
15 – Jakub Malik, Arrows Ostrava (Czech Republic)
15 – Max Boldt, Mainz Athletics (Germany)

WINS
5 – Anthony Vizcaya, Sant Boi (Spain)
5 – Leslie Nacar, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
4 – Owen Ozanich, Rouen Huskies (France)
4 – Jorge Balboa, Barcelona (Spain)
4 – Yorfrank Lopez, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
4 – Kenneth McDowall, Cardion Hrosi Brno (Czech Republic)
4 – John Hussey, Technika Brno (Czech Republic)
4 – Jonathan Mottay, Senart Templiers (France)
4 – Johannes Krumm, Heidenheim Heidekoepfe (Germany)
4 – Peter Gehle, Technika Brno (Czech Republic)

STRIKEOUTS
63 – Ryan Bollinger, Haar Disciples (Germany)
62 – Anthony Vizcaya, Sant Boi (Spain)
59 – Cesar Gonzalez, Pamplona (Spain)
58 – John Hussey, Technika Brno (Czech Republic)
55 – Yorfrank Lopez, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
50 – Dustin Ward, Hamburg Stealers (Germany)
50 – Peter Gehle, Technika Brno (Czech Republic)
46 – Leslie Nacar, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
45 – Dylan Brammer, Skokani Olomouc (Czech Republic)
44 – Keivy Rojas, MUC Barracudas (France)
43 – Jan Novak, Technika Brno (Czech Republic)
42 – Reed Mason, Paris University Club (France)
40 – Lowuin Sacramento, Astros Valencia (Spain)

INNINGS PITCHED
46.0 – Leslie Nacar, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
45.2 – Cesar Gonzalez, Pamplona (Spain)
44.2 – Zael Honora, Barcelona (Spain)
42.0 – Anthony Vizcaya, Sant Boi (Spain)
42.0 – Dennis Stechmann, Dortmund Wanderers (Germany)
41.2 – Yorfrank Lopez, Tenerife Marlins (Spain)
40.0 – James Jensen, Stuttgart Reds (Germany)
40.0 – Yosue Castellano, Baseball Navarra (Spain)
39.0 – Ryan Bollinger, Haar Disciples (Germany)
38.0 – John Hussey, Technika Brno (Czech Republic)
37.0 – Ryo Sanogawa, Clermont-Ferrand Arvernes (France)

Photo: Sissach Frogs

European Baseball Statistical Leaders is a World Baseball News regular feature that is posted every Thursday from April to September.

Marvin Moore
Marvin Moore
A former international baseball coach and award-winning sports writer, Marvin is the Managing Editor at World Baseball News. He transformed the Swiss National Team into a B-Pool contender which knocked off 1994 B-Pool champion Ukraine at the European Championship, and won four Swiss NLA titles in six seasons with the Therwil Flyers and Zurich Challengers.

The native Texan compiles the weekly European Baseball Power Rankings, European Baseball Players of the Week, European Baseball Weekend Preview, European Baseball Statistical Leaders, European Baseball Scoreboard and International Baseball Update.

Marvin, who has been an avid Texas Rangers fan for more than four decades, enjoys fishing, teaching youth baseball and playing fantasy sports. He was a co-founder of Mister-Baseball.com and also started BaseballdeWorld.com.

Marvin and his wife Lerma have two kids, Hali (16) and Saentis (13).

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