National League Leaders


Thursday, May 18th 2000, 12:00 am
By: News On 6


BATTING—Helton, Colorado, .417; Edmonds, St. Louis, .392; VGuerrero, Montreal, .384; Vidro, Montreal, .379; Piazza, New York, .366; DeBell, New York, .356; LWalker, Colorado, .347.

RUNS—Helton, Colorado, 38; Edmonds, St. Louis, 38; Bonds, San Francisco, 37; Vidro, Montreal, 36; Bagwell, Houston, 35; SSosa, Chicago, 34; Vina, St. Louis, 33; EOYoung, Chicago, 33; Kent, San Francisco, 33; SFinley, Arizona, 33.

RBI—SSosa, Chicago, 42; Helton, Colorado, 41; Giles, Pittsburgh, 40; PWilson, Florida, 38; Kent, San Francisco, 37; VGuerrero, Montreal, 36; SFinley, Arizona, 35; Griffey Jr, Cincinnati, 35.

HITS—EOYoung, Chicago, 58; DeBell, New York, 58; SSosa, Chicago, 57; Helton, Colorado, 55; Vidro, Montreal, 55; VGuerrero, Montreal, 53; Owens, San Diego, 51.

DOUBLES—Vidro, Montreal, 16; Cirillo, Colorado, 15; EOYoung, Chicago, 15; Green, Los Angeles, 14; Piazza, New York, 14; PWilson, Florida, 13; RBWhite, Montreal, 13; Brogna, Philadelphia, 13; LGonzalez, Arizona, 13.

TRIPLES—Goodwin, Colorado, 7; Womack, Arizona, 4; Vina, St. Louis, 4; ABrown, Pittsburgh, 3; Cedeno, Houston, 3; Shumpert, Colorado, 3; Biggio, Houston, 3.

HOME RUNS—Bonds, San Francisco, 15; SFinley, Arizona, 14; McGwire, St. Louis, 14; Helton, Colorado, 13; Edmonds, St. Louis, 13; SSosa, Chicago, 13; Griffey Jr, Cincinnati, 13.

STOLEN BASES—LCastillo, Florida, 15; EOYoung, Chicago, 15; Reese, Cincinnati, 13; Cedeno, Houston, 13; Goodwin, Colorado, 11; Furcal, Atlanta, 10; Owens, San Diego, 10; QVeras, Atlanta, 10.

PITCHING (6 Decisions)—RDJohnson, Arizona, 7-1, .875, .97; Stottlemyre, Arizona, 7-1, .875, 4.57; Glavine, Atlanta, 6-1, .857, 2.80; Villone, Cincinnati, 5-1, .833, 3.74; Kile, St. Louis, 6-2, .750, 5.57; Dempster, Florida, 5-2, .714, 2.74; Haynes, Milwaukee, 5-2, .714, 3.78.

STRIKEOUTS—RDJohnson, Arizona, 100; Dempster, Florida, 62; Hitchcock, San Diego, 52; ALeiter, New York, 51; Astacio, Colorado, 49; GMaddux, Atlanta, 49; Person, Philadelphia, 48; Glavine, Atlanta, 48.

SAVES—Alfonseca, Florida, 14; Shaw, Los Angeles, 10; Rocker, Atlanta, 9; Benitez, New York, 9; Urbina, Montreal, 8; Veres, St. Louis, 7; 6 are tied with 6.