The Reds' Lancaster Secharmedal heads the batting race in the Saipan Major League Baseball Association-Division of Youth Services 18U Triple A Youth Baseball League, while his teammate Kainoa Wanket and Orioles' Frankie Camacho are on top of the pitching chart.
The do-it all lefty Secharmedal has belted 12 hits in 28 at bats for a league-best 0.429 batting average. He leads teammate Peter Liteo (11H/27AB/0.407BA), Rockies' Ricardo Dela Cruz 11/29/0.379), Orioles' June Rabauliman (14/37/0.378) and Mike Muna (9/27/0.333), Rockies' Leroy Regis (9/29/0.310), Reds' Ian Rogolifoi (9/30/0.300) and an Orioles' trio of AJ Lizama (10/34/0.294), Poland Masaharu (10/35/0.286) and Frankie Camacho (9/32/0.281). The Top 10 in the batting race were based on players with at least 27 at bats.
In the RBIs race, Rogolifoi's seven front Dela Cruz (5), Rabaliman (5), Orioles' Jake Flores (5), Dodgers' Ton Guerrero (5), and Rockies' Cedric Ada (4) and Camacho (4).
Dodgers' Alex Monkeya is the only player credited with a triple, while Dela Cruz and Rabauliman shared the doubles lead with three apiece. Flores, Muna, Rogolifoi and Dodgers' Palmerson Monkeya all trail the pair by only one.
Rabauliman has crossed the plate a league-high 12 times and is being threatened by teammates Masaharu (11) and Camacho (10).
Orioles' Camacho has given up zero earned runs through 14 and 1/3 innings, while Wanket has been perfect in 16 frames and they remain the only two pitchers with at least 11 innings of work and a 0.00 ERA.
Muna (0.36) is close behind in second place after letting just one earned run through 19.1 innings, while Secharmedal (0.83), Rockies' Leroy Regis (1.18), Lizama (1.20) and Jake Santos (1.20), Rockies' Brett Halstead (1.53), Lieto (1.95), Dodgers' Joseph Atalig (1.87) and Reds' Keene Guerrero (2.10) fill out the rest of the pecking order.
Lieto's 30 strikeouts, which were acquired in just 14 a 1/3 innings, lead the pack by seven as his buddy Secharmedal and veteran rival Regis are next in line with 23 each. Muna (20) and Atalig (16) are trying to get in the mix, while Santos (11), Lizama (10) and Halstead (10) round out the list.