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

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Jimmy Nelson won the Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Year Award in 2014 and was selected for the league's mid- and postseason All-Star teams.

The Nashville Sounds Minor League Baseball team has played in Nashville, Tennessee, since its inaugural 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 2016 season, documents players and personnel who have won league awards, were selected for mid- or postseason 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 ten have won Pitcher of the Year awards (Bruce Berenyi, Geoff Combe, Andy McGaffigan, Jamie Werly, Stefan Wever, Chris Hammond, Scott Ruffcorn, R. A. Dickey, Johnny Hellweg, and Jimmy Nelson). Four team managers have won Manager of the Year honors: Stump Merrill, Rick Renick, Frank Kremblas, and Steve Scarsone. Manager Mike Guerrero was the recipient of Minor League Baseball's Mike Coolbaugh Award in 2013. 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 Award for Outstanding Minor League Promotions in 1978, 1980, and 1981.

Sixty-six players have been selected for midseason 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 for midseason all-star games: Duane Walker (1979), Ray Durham (1994), and Ordóñez (1997).[2] Of the 49 players who have been named to postseason All-Star teams, only Duane Walker and Jeff Abbott have been selected twice.

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

All-Star Game MVP
All-Star Game MVP
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Tie between two or more Sounds players
(2)
Tie between two or more players in the league; number indicates total number of players with same performance

Award winners

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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
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R.A. Dickey, 2007 Pacific Coast League leader in wins and co-leader in complete games

Southern League (1978–84)

Award Recipient Season Ref
Most Valuable Player Balboni, SteveSteve Balboni 1980 [3]
Most Valuable Player Dayett, BrianBrian Dayett 1982 [3]
Most Outstanding Pitcher Berenyi, BruceBruce Berenyi 1978 [4]
Most Outstanding Pitcher Combe, GeoffGeoff Combe 1979 [4]
Most Outstanding Pitcher McGaffigan, AndyAndy McGaffigan 1980 [4]
Most Outstanding Pitcher Jamie Werly 1981 [4]
Most Outstanding Pitcher Wever, StefanStefan Wever 1982 [4]
Manager of the Year Merrill, StumpStump Merrill 1980 [5]
Broadcaster of the Year Bob Jamison 1980 [6]
Broadcaster of the Year Bob Jamison 1982 [6]
Larry MacPhail Award (Outstanding Minor League Promotions) 1978 [7]
Larry MacPhail Award (Outstanding Minor League Promotions) 1980 [7]
Larry MacPhail Award (Outstanding Minor League Promotions) 1981 [7]

American Association (1985–97)

Award Recipient Season Ref
Most Valuable Player Ordóñez, MagglioMagglio Ordóñez 1997 [8]
Most Valuable Pitcher Hammond, ChrisChris Hammond 1990 [8]
Most Valuable Pitcher Ruffcorn, ScottScott Ruffcorn 1994 [8]
Rookie of the Year Abbott, JeffJeff Abbott 1996 [8]
Rookie of the Year Ordóñez, MagglioMagglio Ordóñez 1997 [8]
Manager of the Year Renick, RickRick Renick 1993 [8]
Manager of the Year Renick, RickRick Renick 1996 [8]

Pacific Coast League (1998–present)

Award Recipient Season Ref
Pitcher of the Year Dickey, R.A.R.A. Dickey 2007 [9]
Pitcher of the Year Hellweg, JohnnyJohnny Hellweg 2013 [9]
Pitcher of the Year Nelson, JimmyJimmy Nelson 2014 [9]
Manager of the Year Kremblas, FrankFrank Kremblas 2007 [9]
Manager of the Year Scarsone, SteveSteve Scarsone 2016 [9]
Mike Coolbaugh Award Guerrero, MikeMike Guerrero 2013 [10]
Athletic Trainer of the Year Jeff Paxson 2007 [11]
Athletic Trainer of the Year Brad LaRosa 2016 [11]

All-Stars

Midseason All-Stars

These players were voted onto league midseason All-Star teams. Three Sounds players have been named the MVP for their contributions in an All-Star Game.

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Corey Hart, 2005 Pacific Coast League midseason All-Star left fielder
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Mike Fiers, 2014 Pacific Coast League midseason All-Star pitcher
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Jason Pridie, 2015 Pacific Coast League midseason All-Star outfielder
Season Player Position Ref(s)
1978 Berenyi, BruceBruce Berenyi Pitcher [12]
1979 Combe, GeoffGeoff Combe Pitcher [13]
1979 Householder, PaulPaul Householder Outfielder [13]
1979 Van Gorder, DaveDave Van Gorder Catcher [13]
1979 Walker, DuaneDuane WalkerAll-Star Game MVP Outfielder [13][14]
1980 Balboni, SteveSteve Balboni First baseman [15]
1981 Jamie Werly Pitcher [16]
1982 Christiansen, ClayClay Christiansen Pitcher [17]
1982 Dayett, BrianBrian Dayett Outfielder [17]
1982 Erik Peterson Third baseman [17]
1982 Wever, StefanStefan Wever Pitcher [17]
1984 Barrett, TomTom Barrett Second baseman [18]
1984 Pat Dempsey Catcher [19]
1984 Pasqua, DanDan Pasqua Outfielder [18]
1988 Brown, MartyMarty Brown Third baseman [20]
1988 Hugh Kemp Pitcher [20]
1989 Barnes, SkeeterSkeeter Barnes Left fielder [20]
1989 Madison, ScottiScotti Madison First baseman [20]
1990 García, LeoLeo García Center fielder [20]
1991 Lee, TerryTerry Lee First baseman [20]
1992 Berroa, GerónimoGerónimo Berroa Right fielder [20]
1992 Joey Vierra Pitcher [20]
1993 Denson, DrewDrew Denson First baseman [20]
1993 Drahman, BrianBrian Drahman Pitcher [20]
1994 Denson, DrewDrew Denson Designated hitter [20]
1994 Durham, RayRay DurhamAll-Star Game MVP Second baseman [20][21]
1994 Schrenk, SteveSteve Schrenk Pitcher [20]
1995 Ramsey, FernandoFernando Ramsey Center fielder [20]
1995 Joey Vierra Pitcher [20]
1996 Abbott, JeffJeff Abbott Left fielder [20]
1996 Ruffcorn, ScottScott Ruffcorn Pitcher [20]
1997 Ordóñez, MagglioMagglio OrdóñezAll-Star Game MVP Center fielder [20][21]
1997 Darwin, JeffJeff Darwin Pitcher [20]
1998 McCurry, JeffJeff McCurry Pitcher [20]
1999 Matt Ryan Pitcher [20]
2000 Wilson, CraigCraig Wilson Catcher [20]
2001 Figueroa, LuisLuis Figueroa Second baseman [20]
2001 Redman, TikeTike Redman Center fielder [20]
2001 Wengert, DonDon Wengert Pitcher [20]
2002 López, MendyMendy López Shortstop [20]
2003 Corey, MarkMark Corey Pitcher [20]
2004 Williams, DaveDave Williams Pitcher [20]
2005 Hart, CoreyCorey Hart Left fielder [20]
2006 Cruz, NelsonNelson Cruz Right fielder [20]
2006 Gwynn, Jr., TonyTony Gwynn, Jr. Center fielder [20]
2006 Hendrickson, BenBen Hendrickson Pitcher [20]
2007 Steve Bray Pitcher [20]
2007 Rottino, VinnyVinny Rottino Catcher [20]
2008 Gulin, LindsayLindsay Gulin Pitcher [20]
2008 Luis Peña Pitcher [20]
2008 Rottino, VinnyVinny Rottino Catcher [20]
2009 Escobar, AlcidesAlcides Escobar Shortstop [20]
2009 Katin, BrendanBrendan Katin Outfielder [20]
2009 Swindle, R. J.R. J. Swindle Pitcher [20]
2010 Cruz, LuisLuis Cruz Shortstop [20]
2010 McClendon, MikeMike McClendon Pitcher [20]
2011 DiFelice, MarkMark DiFelice Pitcher [20]
2011 Narron, SamSam Narron Pitcher [20]
2012 Henderson, JimJim Henderson Pitcher [20]
2013 Wooten, RobRob Wooten Pitcher [20]
2014 Fiers, MikeMike Fiers Pitcher [20]
2014 Hand, DonovanDonovan Hand Pitcher [20]
2014 Nelson, JimmyJimmy Nelson Pitcher [20]
2015 Pridie, JasonJason Pridie Outfielder [20]
2016 Pinder, ChadChad Pinder Shortstop [20]
2016 Schuster, PatrickPatrick Schuster Pitcher [20]

Postseason All-Stars

These players were voted onto league postseason All-Star teams.

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Van Snider, 1988 American Association postseason All-Star outfielder
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Ray Durham, 1994 American Association postseason All-Star second baseman
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Alcides Escobar, 2009 Pacific Coast League postseason All-Star shortstop
Season Player Position Ref
1978 Berenyi, BruceBruce Berenyi Right-handed pitcher [22]
1978 Gene Menees Second baseman [22]
1979 Combe, GeoffGeoff Combe Right-handed pitcher [22]
1979 Householder, PaulPaul Householder Outfielder [22]
1979 Walker, DuaneDuane Walker Outfielder [22]
1979 Walker, DuaneDuane Walker Best Hustler [22]
1980 Balboni, SteveSteve Balboni First baseman [22]
1980 McGaffigan, AndyAndy McGaffigan Right-handed pitcher [22]
1980 Showalter, BuckBuck Showalter Outfielder [22]
1980 Tabler, PatPat Tabler Second baseman [22]
1981 Mattingly, DonDon Mattingly Shortstop [22]
1981 McGee, WillieWillie McGee Outfielder [22]
1981 Jamie Werly Right-handed pitcher [22]
1982 Dayett, BrianBrian Dayett Outfielder [22]
1982 Erik Peterson Utility [22]
1982 Wever, StefanStefan Wever Right-handed pitcher [22]
1983 Matt Gallegos Best Hustler [22]
1984 Barrett, TomTom Barrett Best Hustler [22]
1984 Pasqua, DanDan Pasqua Outfielder [22]
1984 Smith, KeithKeith Smith Shortstop [22]
1985 Brown, DarrellDarrell Brown Outfielder [23]
1985 Madison, ScottiScotti Madison Catcher [23]
1986 Fields, BruceBruce Fields Outfielder [23]
1986 Rivera, GermánGermán Rivera Third baseman [23]
1988 Charlton, NormNorm Charlton Left-handed pitcher [23]
1988 Snider, VanVan Snider Outfielder [23]
1989 Barnes, SkeeterSkeeter Barnes Outfielder [23]
1990 Hammond, ChrisChris Hammond Left-handed pitcher [23]
1991 Lee, TerryTerry Lee First baseman [23]
1992 Berroa, GerónimoGerónimo Berroa Outfielder [23]
1993 Beltré, EstebanEsteban Beltré Shortstop [23]
1993 Martin, NorbertoNorberto Martin Second baseman [23]
1994 Denson, DrewDrew Denson Designated hitter [23]
1994 Durham, RayRay Durham Second baseman [23]
1994 Ruffcorn, ScottScott Ruffcorn Right-handed pitcher [23]
1996 Abbott, JeffJeff Abbott Outfielder [23]
1997 Abbott, JeffJeff Abbott Outfielder [23]
1997 Ordóñez, MagglioMagglio Ordóñez Outfielder [23]
1999 Hermansen, ChadChad Hermansen Designated hitter [24]
2000 Wilson, CraigCraig Wilson Catcher [24]
2003 Barnes, JohnJohn Barnes Outfielder [24]
2003 Corey, MarkMark Corey Relief pitcher [24]
2007 Pettyjohn, AdamAdam Pettyjohn Left-handed pitcher [24]
2007 Dickey, R.A.R.A. Dickey Right-handed pitcher [24]
2009 Escobar, AlcidesAlcides Escobar Shortstop [24]
2011 Green, TaylorTaylor Green Third baseman [24]
2013 Hellweg, JohnnyJohnny Hellweg Right-handed pitcher [24]
2014 Nelson, JimmyJimmy Nelson Right-handed pitcher [24]
2015 Wendle, JoeyJoey Wendle Second baseman [24]

League leaders

Batting leaders

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

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Buck Showalter, 1980 & 1982 Southern League leader in hits
Statistic Player Record Season Ref
Batting average Madison, ScottiScotti Madison .341 1985 [26]
Batting average Fields, BruceBruce Fields .368 1986 [27]
Batting average Merullo, MattMatt Merullo .332 1993 [28]
Hits Showalter, BuckBuck Showalter 178 1980 [29]
Hits Showalter, BuckBuck Showalter 152 1982 [29]
Hits Barnes, SkeeterSkeeter Barnes 156 1990 [30]
Hits Martin, NorbertoNorberto Martin 179 1993 [31]
Hits Wendle, JoeyJoey Wendle 167 2015 [32]
Runs Balboni, SteveSteve Balboni 101 1980 [33]
Runs Wilborn, TedTed Wilborn 106 1981 [34]
Runs batted in Balboni, SteveSteve Balboni 122 1980 [33]
Runs batted in Denson, DrewDrew Denson 103 1994 [35]
Total bases Balboni, SteveSteve Balboni 288 1980 [33]
Total bases Dayett, BrianBrian Dayett 285 1982 [36]
Total bases Durham, RayRay Durham 261 1994 [37]
Doubles Mattingly, DonDon Mattingly 35 1981 [38]
Doubles Barnes, SkeeterSkeeter Barnes 39 1989 [30]
Triples Walker, DuaneDuane Walker 9 1979 [39]
Triples Wilborn, TedTed Wilborn 14 1980 [34]
Triples Snider, VanVan Snider 9(3) 1989 [40]
Triples Durham, RayRay Durham 12* 1994 [37]
Triples Thurman, GaryGary Thurman 12* 1994 [41]
Triples Redman, TikeTike Redman 10(2) 2001 [42]
Triples Thompson, RichRich Thompson 13 2004 [43]
Home runs Balboni, SteveSteve Balboni 34 1980 [33]
Home runs Snider, VanVan Snider 23 1988 [40]
Home runs Denson, DrewDrew Denson 30 1994 [35]
Stolen bases Harris, LennyLenny Harris 45 1988 [44]
Stolen bases Thompson, RichRich Thompson 41 2004 [43]
Slugging percentage Davis, J. J.J. J. Davis .554 2003 [45]
Fewest strikeouts per plate appearance Howard, MattMatt Howard 1:18.2 1999 [46]

Pitching leaders

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

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Jharel Cotton, 2016 Pacific Coast League leader in strikeouts and co-leader in shutouts
Statistic Player Record Season Ref
Wins Christiansen, ClayClay Christiansen 16* 1982 [47]
Wins Wever, StefanStefan Wever 16* 1982 [48]
Wins Armstrong, JackJack Armstrong 12(4) 1989 [49]
Wins Hammond, ChrisChris Hammond 15 1990 [50]
Wins Brown, KeithKeith Brown 12*(5) 1992 [51]
Wins Pugh, TimTim Pugh 12*(5) 1992 [52]
Wins Ruffcorn, ScottScott Ruffcorn 15 1994 [53]
Wins Ruffcorn, ScottScott Ruffcorn 13 1996 [53]
Wins Dickey, R.A.R.A. Dickey 13 2007 [54]
Saves Pacella, JohnJohn Pacella 17 1986 [55]
Saves Corey, MarkMark Corey 30(2) 2003 [56]
Saves Smith, ChrisChris Smith 26 2010 [57]
Winning percentage Greg Hughes .733 (11–4) 1979 [58]
Winning percentage Filson, PetePete Filson .833 (10–2)(2) 1981 [59]
Winning percentage Hammond, ChrisChris Hammond .938 (15–1) 1990 [50]
Winning percentage Ruffcorn, ScottScott Ruffcorn .833 (15–3)(2) 1994 [53]
Winning percentage Anderson, JimmyJimmy Anderson .846 (11–2) 1999 [60]
Winning percentage Williams, DaveDave Williams .750 (6–2) 2004 [61]
Winning percentage Helling, RickRick Helling .750 (9–3) 2005 [62]
Winning percentage Hellweg, JohnnyJohnny Hellweg .706 (12–5) 2013 [63]
Earned run average Brown, ScottScott Brown 2.40 1979 [64]
Earned run average McGaffigan, AndyAndy McGaffigan 2.38 1980 [65]
Earned run average Wever, StefanStefan Wever 2.78 1982 [48]
Earned run average Hammond, ChrisChris Hammond 2.17 1990 [50]
Earned run average Bolton, RodneyRodney Bolton 2.88 1993 [66]
Earned run average Bolton, RodneyRodney Bolton 2.88 1995 [66]
Innings pitched Jamie Werly 222 1981 [67]
Innings pitched Denman, BrianBrian Denman 182(2) 1985 [68]
Innings pitched Terry, ScottScott Terry 182 1987 [69]
Complete games Fernández, JaredJared Fernández 4 2006 [70]
Complete games Dickey, R.A.R.A. Dickey 3(2) 2007 [54]
Complete games Zach Neal 2(8) 2015 [71]
Shutouts Ruffcorn, ScottScott Ruffcorn 2(2) 1994 [53]
Shutouts Fernández, JaredJared Fernández 2(4) 2006 [70]
Shutouts Fiers, MikeMike Fiers 1(9) 2011 [72]
Shutouts Cotton, JharelJharel Cotton 2(2) 2016 [73]
Strikeouts Howell, JayJay Howell 173 1978 [74]
Strikeouts Jamie Werly 193 1981 [67]
Strikeouts Wever, StefanStefan Wever 191 1982 [48]
Strikeouts Lazorko, JackJack Lazorko 119 1986 [75]
Strikeouts Charlton, NormNorm Charlton 161 1988 [76]
Strikeouts Hammond, ChrisChris Hammond 149 1990 [50]
Strikeouts Baldwin, JamesJames Baldwin 156 1994 [77]
Strikeouts Van Poppel, ToddTodd Van Poppel 157 1999 [78]
Strikeouts Cotton, JharelJharel Cotton 155 2016 [73]

Fielding leaders

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, second baseman Gene Menees .977 1978 [79]
Fielding percentage, outfielder Householder, PaulPaul Householder .989 1979 [80]
Fielding percentage, catcher Van Gorder, DaveDave Van Gorder .992 1979 [81]
Fielding percentage, first baseman Balboni, SteveSteve Balboni .990 1980 [33]
Fielding percentage, pitcher Christiansen, ClayClay Christiansen 1.000 (46 TC)(2) 1982 [47]
Fielding percentage, third baseman Pagliarulo, MikeMike Pagliarulo .954 1983 [82]
Fielding percentage, catcher Álvarez, ClementeClemente Álvarez .998 1994 [83]
Fielding percentage, second baseman Durham, RayRay Durham .973 1994 [37]
Fielding percentage, pitcher Schrenk, SteveSteve Schrenk 1.000 (45 TC) 1994 [84]
Fielding percentage, second baseman Brady, DougDoug Brady .975 1995 [85]
Fielding percentage, first baseman Robertson, MikeMike Robertson .992 1995 [86]
Fielding percentage, third baseman Sáenz, OlmedoOlmedo Sáenz .939 1995 [87]
Fielding percentage, first baseman Robertson, MikeMike Robertson .996 1996 [86]
Fielding percentage, outfielder Abbott, JeffJeff Abbott 1.000 (243 TC) 1997 [88]
Fielding percentage, pitcher Rich Pratt 1.000 (42 TC) 1997 [89]
Fielding percentage, second baseman Howard, MattMatt Howard .982 1999 [46]
Fielding percentage, second baseman Wehner, JohnJohn Wehner .984 2000 [90]
Fielding percentage, outfielder Radmanovich, RyanRyan Radmanovich .995 2001 [91]
Fielding percentage, pitcher Guerrier, MattMatt Guerrier 1.000 (46 TC) 2002 [92]
Fielding percentage, pitcher Mahomes, PatPat Mahomes 1.000 (45 TC) 2004 [93]
Fielding percentage, catcher McDonald, KeithKeith McDonald .997 2004 [94]
Fielding percentage, catcher Rivera, MikeMike Rivera .997 2007 [95]
Fielding percentage, second baseman Iribarren, HernánHernán Iribarren .990 2009 [96]
Fielding percentage, first baseman Koshansky, JoeJoe Koshansky .997 2009 [97]
Fielding percentage, second baseman Farris, EricEric Farris .983 2011 [98]
Fielding percentage, second baseman Farris, EricEric Farris .988 2012 [98]
Fielding percentage, outfielder Pridie, JasonJason Pridie .993 2015 [99]
Fielding percentage, second baseman Wendle, JoeyJoey Wendle .986 2016 [100]

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