Casali totaled 26 points in the Biscuit Crumbs Standings/Rays Player Indicator standings, three points ahead of Bowling Green outfielder Andrew Toles. Montgomery right-hander Victor Mateo was third with 21 points.
In the "Little BCS" for short-season teams, Princeton outfielder Yoel Araujo and designated hitter Hunter Lockwood tied with nine points.
Casali hit .379 with 28 RBIs in 29 games from Aug. 1 through the end of the season. He had five home runs, 12 doubles and 22 runs scored.
Toles had a .339 average, 21 runs scored and 14 steals in 26 final-month games and won the Midwest League's batting championship.
Mateo was 3-0 with an 0.86 ERA in six late-season starts, including his no-hitter Aug. 24. He gave up just 21 hits in 41 2/3 innings.
26 points: Curt Casali
23: Andrew Toles
21: Victor Mateo
18: J.D. Martin, Enny Romero
17: Dylan Floro
14: Kevin Kiermaier
13: Matt Buschmann
9: Yoel Araujo, Hunter Lockwood
8: Spencer Edwards, Chris Kirsch
7: Jake Faria, Aaron Griffin, James Harris, D.J. Slaton
APRIL: Tommy Coyle, 24 points
MAY: Matt Buschmann, 20 points
JUNE: J.D. Martin, 18 points
JULY: Dylan Floro, 21 points