With the big losses of Ho and Tienturier, much of the burden fell on Wong as the primary run producer, especially after Lew's injury and subsequent troubles. Wong didn't disappoint, and in this, his final year, finally captured the batter of the year award in which he had long been overshadowed by five tool players Ho and Tienturier. Wong finished .001 behind batting champion Nghe, and was #3 in OPS in the league, #8 overall in the entire Monti league, and finished 2nd with 148.5 runs created. The overall season was fairly on par with Wong's career numbers he finished with a .361-.421-.567 line, and 130 RBIs and 124 Runs, to lead the team. For his career, he finished with 1924 at bats in 474 games, accumulating 707 hits, 115 doubles, 10 triples, and 92 HR, along with 421 RBI, 396 Runs, 220 K's to 203 walks, and 31 stolen bases, for a .367-.427-.581 line, making him the team's all-time leader in HR, RBI, Runs, Hits, and Batting Average.
Statistics - Batting