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Celebrating 100th

Anniversary of
Goodall Park

Host team for the


2015 NECBL AllStar Game

2015 MEDIA GUIDE

2014 Northern Division Champions

SANFORD MAINERS
BASEBALL CLUB
2015 Media Guide
QUICK FACTS
Sanford Mainers
4 Washington St.
P. O. Box 26
Sanford, ME 04073
www.sanfordmainers.com
Telephone
Fax
E-mail

(207) 324-0010
(207) 324-2227
broose@metrocast.net

Home Field

Goodall Park (1,000)


Founded 2002

NECBL Champions 2004, 2008


Board of Directors
Matt Bertrand, Bruce Carlson, Dave Dupuis, Sara
Gauthier, Maura Herlihy Sue Hurley, Becca
Lapierre, Pete Lieberman, Geoff Titherington, Paul
Toth, John Webb, Joy Vance
Front Office Staff
General Manager
Business Manager
Webmaster

John Webb
Sue Hurley
Jacob Oullette

Executive Committee
Chairman
Matt Bertrand
Vice Chairman
Marilyn St. Jean
Treasurer
Dave Dupuis
Baseball Operations
Player Personnel
Manager
Hitting Coach
Pitching Coach
Bench Coach

Aaron Izaryk
Aaron Izaryk
Tim Jatkevicius
Chris Morris
Dave Bush

Director of Broadcasting/Media
Cory Nidoh
Internet
Twitter

sanfordmainers.com
@Sanford_Mainers

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Media Information
About the NECBL
Goodall Park
About the Sanford Mainers
2014 NECBL Wrap-Up
2015 Regular Season Schedule
Promotional Schedule
Front Office Staff
Coaching Staff
Meet the 2015 Mainers
Alphabetical Roster
Roster Breakdown
Meet the Rest of the NECBL
2014 Season Review
2014 Mainers Day-By-Day
2014 Statistics
2014 Playoff Stats
2015 By the Numbers
Drafted Alumni
Single-Season Records
Mainers Year-By-Year
All-Time Results
All-Time Head-to-Head Results
All-Time Roster

2-3
4
5
6
7
8-9
10
11-12
13-14
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27-28
29-31
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The 2015 Sanford Mainers Media Guide is a


publication of the Sanford Mainers Baseball
Club. It was primarily written and designed
by the Mainers Director of Broadcasting &
Media Relations, Cory Nidoh.

2015 MEDIA INFORMATION


These policies have been designed to accommodate all media requests. These policies are
subject to revision at any time. Cory Nidoh will be your media host for all 2015 Sanford
Mainers games at Goodall Park.
Season Credentials
The Mainers will issue 2015 season credentials to individuals representing the local, regional or
national media. Requests for season credentials must be made by fax or phone. All season
credential requests are subject to review by the Sanford Mainers.
Game Day Credentials
The Mainers will issue 2015 game-day credentials to individuals who do not qualify for season
credentials, including freelance writers, monthly publications and visiting team broadcast
personnel. All game-day credential requests must be made by fax or phone no later than 24
hours in advance. Requests made on game day are not guaranteed.
Acceptable Credentials
The Mainers honor credentials from the following organizations: the NECBL, the NCAA,
Major League Baseball, Minor League Baseball, and the Baseball Writers Association of
America. Individuals from these organizations should notify the Mainers 24 hours in advance to
allow for additional press box accommodations.
Photo/Camera Credentials
Freelance photographers are asked to contact the Mainers office 24 hours in advance. Working
personnel with season/game-day credentials have access to Goodall Park without the need to
apply for additional credentials.
Media Entrance
Media requesting game-day credentials are asked to pick them up at the Mainers office at 909
Main Street Suite B, in Sanford by 2:00 p.m. on game days. Credentials may also be picked up
at the Goodall Park ticket window.
Interview Policy
All interview requests should be directed through the Mainers office. Interviews are granted
following approval by the Director of Broadcasting & Media Relations and the manager.
Players and coaches are available for interviews up to two hours prior to the scheduled first
pitch. Interviews are prohibited during rain delays and between games of a doubleheader. Postgame interviews will be available following a 10-minute cooling-off period. Requests for
interviews with members of the visiting team should be made through the appropriate
representative of that team.

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2015 MEDIA INFORMATION


Press Parking
Parking at Goodall Park is limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Members of the press
are encouraged to arrive early to ensure a parking spot.
Pre-game Schedule
All 2015 Sanford Mainers home games are scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. The Mainers batting practice
will begin at approximately 4:45 p.m. and they will be followed by the visiting team at 5:15 p.m. The
Mainers will take their infield practice at 5:50 p.m., followed by the visitors at 6:00 p.m. Final field
preparations by the grounds crew will begin at 6:10 p.m. Please note that prior to any given game either
team may elect to not take batting and/or infield practice for a variety of reasons.
Press Box
The Goodall Park press box is located behind home plate. Members of the media may access the press
box by displaying their credentials at the press box door. The press box is limited to members of the
media, broadcast personnel and Mainers front office and is off-limits to all those without
credentials.
Press Packets/Game Notes
Press packets and game notes, including rosters and statistics for both teams, will be available no later
than 90 minutes prior to the scheduled first pitch. A lineup will be posted in the press box no later than
30 minutes prior to the scheduled first pitch.
Radio/TV Broadcasts
Requests for broadcasting space should be made no later than a week prior to the game. Members of the
home and visiting broadcast teams are given priority press box space at each home game.
Mainers Broadcasts
All Sanford Mainers games are broadcast live on the Internet as part of the NECBL Broadcast Network
and Pointstreak. Games can be accessed by visiting sanfordmainers.com or necbl.com. Cory Nidoh will
serve as the clubs lead broadcaster all summer long.

Mainers on the Air


Cory Nidoh is the new voice of the Sanford Mainers this season. A graduate from East Stroudsburg University in his home state of Pennsylvania, he
earned a B.A in Communication Studies along with a minor in Digital Media Technology. The 22-year-old spent his past two summers working as an
intern with the Media Relations department for the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre
RailRiders, the Triple-A affiliate for the New York Yankees. With his time
there, he served as a fill-in host for the pre-game and post-game show on
The Game Radio Network, 100.7 FM, along with being a fill-in color analyst for televised games. He also conducted interviews with the team and
wrote for their game day publication The Guide Rail.
At ESU, Nidoh handled the play-by-play for 90.3 WESS, the 2014 MTVU
Woodie Award winning college radio station. He was a part of the broadcasting crew during the historical 30 win season for the Mens Basketball team in 2013-14 which included a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Championship and hosting the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional. He also served as
Station Manager and Sports Director in his last three years with the station.
Contact Information: Phone 570-504-4069

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Email cnidoh@gmail.com

Sanford Mainers Baseball

ABOUT THE NECBL

The New England Collegiate Baseball League is summer baseball at its best! The
NECBL was founded in 1993 under the leadership of Emmy Award-winning television
producer/ director Joseph Consentino, former St. John's University and Boston Red
Sox minor league outfielder. George Foster, former Cincinnati Reds and New York
Mets All-Star HR and RBI leader, was the NECBLs first Commissioner.
Play started in 1994 and today the NECBL has become a nationally recognized top-tier
league that plays in all six New England states and recruits players attending U.S colleges from New England, the other forty-three States and foreign countries.
The League starts its summer season in early June and plays an eight week 42 game
per team schedule. The League Championship is determined by a playoff in early August. Each year our top players are scouted and selected in the MLB Draft.
Any student who wishes to play in our League must be currently enrolled in a NCAA/
NJCAA sanctioned College or University, be in good academic standing, have completed one year of athletic eligibility and have at least one year of eligibility remaining.
The league strongly suggests that student athletes have their College coach and/or a
MLB scout recommend them to any or all of our General Managers. Their phone numbers and email addresses can be found at their team's pages.

League Officers

CommissionerSean McGrath

Deputy CommissionerGregg Hunt

PresidentJohn DeRosa

SecretaryMax Pinto

TreasurerChad Chenail

Director of Media RelationsDon Leypold

Web Master AdministratorMike Merrill

Director of Public Relations/BroadcastingChris Aliano

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Celebrating 100 Years at Goodall Park

Originally built in 1919, Goodall Park is a treasured historical landmark for Sanford and the surrounding region. On October 1, 1919, Babe Ruth
played his final game in a Boston Red Sox uniform when he led the Red Sox against the Sanford Professionals in an exhibition game. Ruth
homered in the eighth inning to erase a 3-1 deficit in the contest. Goodall has since hosted some of the finest amateur baseball talent in all of New
England, earning praise from many (including Team U.S.A.) in the process.
The current structure is actually quite new. On May 10, 1997, much of the original structure was destroyed by fire. The city of Sanford hired
CIVIL Consultants to design an 800-seat grandstand stadium. The new Goodall Park was designed to mimic modern stadiums while retaining
architectural features of the old ballpark. The new facility was designed to blend in with the quaint Sanford downtown located just a block away.
Sanford residents asked that the old roof be retained because it provided unobstructed views. CIVIL Consultants determined that a modern
cantilever roof would be the best fit, as two columns support the roof without obstructing views of the action. The new Goodall Park was
completed in April, 1999 and was rededicated on July 16, 1999.
With the help of Allen Mapes and the people of Sanford and surrounding communities, there have been several improvements to the park since
the reconstruction. Rod iron fencing was put in place of the old chain-link fencing that surrounded the park prior to the 2011 season. The parking
lot behind the fence of the Little League field across the street that served as primary parking for Mainers home games was paved and lined to fit
more vehicles.
Just in time for the 2012 season, the field of Goodall had its first major facelift in many years. With the fence getting weaker and the light poles
being in the open in the outfield, the city successfully put up a new fence that went in front of the light poles. With this addition, the once uneven
outfield was leveled off and had a warning track added around the perimeter. Lastly, a new nine-inning scoreboard fit for both baseball and
Sanford High School Field Hockey was added.
The 2015 campaign marks the 100th anniversary of the historic park and also the first year Goodall Park will host an NECBL All-Star game
which is scheduled for Sunday, July 19th. On the day of the game, prior to the contest, there will be a Home Run Derby and a Special Skills
Competition for Most Accurate Arm and Fastest Runner.
Written by Scott Montesano
Additions and Editing by Brendan Wilhide, Tim Calderwood, Matthew Janik, Jacob Ouellette, and Cory Nidoh

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Sanford Mainers Baseball

ABOUT THE MAINERS

The Sanford Mainers are entering their 14th season in the NECBL this upcoming campaign. They play at the historic Goodall
Park which holds 1,000 fans and filled with baseball history in the New England region. The Mainers take great pride in hosting an
NECBL team as Sanford is a baseball enriched community with the earliest games played 1915.
Since their inception, the Mainers have been successful on the field and become a perennial playoff contender appearing in
the playoffs eleven times, including seven straight appearances from 2008-14. They are also two-time NECBL Champions, hoisting
the Fay Vincent Cup in 2004 and 2008. Last year, the Mainers reached the championship season for a third time in franchise history
but could not beat the Newport Gulls in quest of another championship.
Off the field, the Mainers front staff along with volunteers make each game as enjoyable as possible for fans of all ages. In
addition to providing quality baseball on the diamond, the Mainers also have promotional giveaways, birthday parties, and baseball
camps. The players and coaches run a great summer camp right here in Sanford, and all youngsters are encouraged to contact the
Mainers for camp enrollment information.
In addition to the summer camp, the Sanford Mainers will also be the host team for the 2015 NECBL All-Star Game! The
festivities begin on July 19th and will include a homerun derby and a skills competition prior to the game which will feature the top
talent in the NECBL. It will provide a great opportunity for the city of Sanford and the Mainers faithful to see such great talent
throughout the league. Also, keep a lookout for Broose DMoose strolling around Goodall Park meeting old friends and making new
ones!
Along with the staff and volunteers, host families play a vital part with the team as they generously feed and house the players
in order for them to hone their skills on the field and also help out in the community. Host families and volunteers are the backbone of
the Sanford Mainers organization. It is truly a family affair and we hope that you will bring your family to Sanford and continue the
rich tradition of baseball that has existed in this town before Babe Ruth stepped up to the plate at historic Goodall Park.
Please join us for this exciting season providing quality baseball and entertainment to the City of Sanford at Goodall Park!

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2006
NECBL WRAP-UP
WRAP-UP
2014 NECBL

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Team

Pct.

*Plymouth
*Newport
*Ocean
*Mystic
Danbury
New Bedford

31
25
24
23
13
11

11
17
18
19
29
31

.738
.595
.571
.548
.310
.262

NORTHERN DIVISION
GB

-6
7
8
18
20

Team

*Vermont
*Sanford
*Keene
*Laconia
North Adams
Valley

27
24
21
20
19
14

15
18
21
22
23
28

Pct.

.643
.571
.500
.476
.452
.333

GB

3
6
7
8
13

*Denotes Playoff Qualifier

North Divisional Playoffs


Divisional Championship Series
Vermont defeats Laconia 2-0 (9-3, 7-4)
North- Sanford defeats Vermont 2-0 (4-1, 9-6)
Sanford defeats Keene 2-1 (1-4, 3-0, 4-3)
South- Newport defeats Plymouth 2-1 (9-6, 6-7, 5-3)
South Divisional Playoffs
Plymouth defeats Mystic 2-0 (4-2, 12-1)
Newport defeats Ocean State 2-1 (2-4, 10-8, 9-4)
NECBL Championship Series
Newport defeats Sanford (5-0, 8-5)

All-NECBL Teams
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
DH
P
P
P
Closer

1st Team All-NECBL

2nd Team All-NECBL

Logan Koch, Plymouth (South Carolina)


Blaise Salter, Newport (Michigan St.)
Dan Hoy, Mystic (Princeton)
Tommy Edman, Newport (Stanford)
Blake Tiberi, Vermont (Louisville)
Trey Amburgey, Vermont (St. Petersburg)
Vinny Zarrillo, Laconia (Rutgers)
Michael Martin, Plymouth (Harvard)
Steve Laurino, Mystic (Marist)
Thomas Jankins, Plymouth (Quinnipiac)
Nicholas Berger, Plymouth (Northeastern)
Shea Spitzbarth, Laconia (Molloy)
Vincenzo Aiello, Plymouth (Rider)

Ethan Ferreira, Ocean State (Harvard)


Vin Guglietti, Plymouth (Quinnipiac)
Thomas Roulis, Plymouth (Dartmouth)
Aaron Hill, Mystic (UConn)
Braxton Martinez, Laconia (St. Louis)
Jordan Mountford, Ocean State (Bryant)
Colton Bottomley, Laconia (FGCU)
Toby Handley, Mystic (Stony Brook)
Brad Zunica, Mystic (Miami)
John Kilichowski, Newport (Vanderbilt)
Jack English, Laconia (FGCU)
Danny Garcia, Plymouth (Miami)
Cam Hatch, Sanford (St. Edwards)

Top Pro Prospect


Rick Ligi Most Valuable Player
Christopher Ashmos 10th Player
Robin Roberts Best Starting Pitcher
Best Defensive Player
Top Relief Pitcher
Rookie of the Year
Batting Champion
Most Improved
Sportsman of the Year
Joel Cooney Manager of the Year
Umpire of the Year

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Blaise Salter, Newport (Michigan St.)


Blaise Salter, Newport (Michigan St.)
David MacKinnon, New Bedford (Hartford)
Thomas Jankins, Plymouth (Quinnipiac)
Tommy Edman, Newport (Stanford)
Cam Hatch, Sanford (St. Edwards)
Blake Tiberi, Vermont (Louisville)
Stephen Laurino, Mystic (Marist)
Vin Guglietti, Plymouth (Quinnipiac)
Vinny Zarrillo, Laconia (Rutgers)
Greg Zackrison, Plymouth (Stonehill)

John Leeds

Sanford Mainers Baseball

SANFORD MAINERS 2015 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

June/July
Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

Northern Division
Southern Division
KSB Keene Swamp Bats

DANDanbury Westerners

LAC Laconia Muskrats

MYSMystic Schooners

NAS North Adams Steeple Cats

NPGNewport Gulls

SM Sanford Mainers

NBS New Bedford Bay Sox

VBS Valley Blue Sox

OSW Ocean State Waves

VTM Vermont Mountaineers

PLY Plymouth Pilgrims

Thu

Fri

Sat

Bold Games are Home


*= Giveaway/Promo Night

All Times Eastern.


Dates & Times subject to change.

5
@LAC
6:30 PM

6
Vs. VTM*
6:30 PM

7
OFF

8
Vs. KSB*
6:30 PM

9
@VTM
6:30 PM

10
OFF

11
@MYS
6:05 PM

12
@DAN
6:30 PM

13
@OSW
6:05 PM

14
OFF

15
Vs. LAC*
6:30 PM

16
@ NAS
6:30 PM

17
Vs. OSW*
6:30 PM

18
OFF

19
Vs. VTM*
6:30 PM

20
Vs. NAS*
6:30 PM

21
OFF

22
Vs. NAS*
6:30 PM

23
@VTM
6:30 PM

24
Vs. DAN*
6:30 PM

25
OFF

26
Vs. KSB*
6:30 PM

27
@VBS
6:30 PM

28
OFF

29
Vs.VBS*
6:30PM

30
Vs. NPG*
6:30 PM

July 1
OFF

2
@ NBS
6:30 PM

3
@ KSB
6:30 PM

4
OFF

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SANFORD MAINERS 2015 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

July/August
Sun

Mon

Northern Division

Tue

Wed

Southern Division

KSB Keene Swamp Bats

DANDanbury Westerners

LAC Laconia Muskrats

MYSMystic Schooners

NAS North Adams Steeple Cats

NPGNewport Gulls

SM Sanford Mainers

NBS New Bedford Bay Sox

VBS Valley Blue Sox

OSW Ocean State Waves

VTM Vermont Mountaineers

PLY Plymouth Pilgrims

Thu

Fri

Sat

Bold Games are Home


*= Giveaway/Promo Night
All Times Eastern.
Dates & Times subject to change.

5
@NAS
4:30 PM

6
@PLY
6:30 PM

7
@ KSB
6:30 PM

8
Vs. NBS*
6:30 PM

9
OFF

10
Vs. KSB*
6:30 PM

11
@NAS
6:30 PM

12
@ VBS
6:30PM

13
OFF

14
Vs. LAC*
6:30 PM

15
Vs. MYS*
6:30 PM

16
OFF

17
Vs. VBS*
6:30 PM

18
@ LAC
6:30 PM

19
ALLSTAR
GAME

20
21
ALL-STAR @ LAC
BREAK
6:30 PM

22
@ NPG
6:35 PM

23
Vs. PLY*
6:30 PM

24
Vs. VBS*
6:30 PM

25
Vs. NAS*
6:30 PM

26
@KSW
6:30 PM

27
Vs. LAC*
6:30 PM

29
OFF

30
Vs. VTM*
6:30 PM

31
@ VBS
6:30 PM

Aug 1
@ VTM
6:30 PM

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28
OFF

Sanford Mainers Baseball

PROMOTIONAL SCHEDULE
Date

Opponent

Game Themes and Promotions

Saturday, June 6th

VTM

City of Sanford Night Fireworks after the game.


FREE MAGNETIC SCHEDULE (FIRST 1,000 FANS)

Monday, June 8th

KSB

Southern Maine Healthcare Night


St. Thomas School Night
FREE MEGAPHONE (FIRST 100) Fill with popcorn for $1

Monday, June 15th

LAC

Baseball Recognition Night


FREE admission to any baseball player in uniform (Ages 5-18)*

Wednesday, June 17th

OSW

Kennebunk Savings Night FREE FUN WITH KENNY BEAR

Friday, June 19th

VTM

Waban Night

Saturday, June 20th

NAS

Grahamtastic Night

Monday, June 22nd

NAS

Sanford Food Pantry Night


$1 off admission with canned good donation

Wednesday, June 24th

DW

Mascots Birthday
FREE CAKE AND CINCH SACK (FIRST 200 FANS)

Friday, June 26th

KSB

Walgreens Night

Monday, June 29th

VBS

Senior Citizens Night


FREE ADMISSION TO ANYONE OVER 65

Tuesday, June 30th

NPG

God Bless America Night


FREE PATRIOTIC ITEM (FIRST 200 FANS)

Wednesday, July 8th

NBS

Sanford Institute of Savings Night

Friday, July 10th

KSB

YCFCU Night

Tuesday, July 14th

LAC

Nasson Alumni Night

Wheel of Fortune

Wheel of Fortune Night

FREE POM POM FOR (FIRST 100 FANS)


Wednesday, July 15th

MYS

YMCA Night

Friday, July 17th

VBS

Lets Make Some Noise Night


FREE CLAPPER FOR (FIRST 100) FANS
BRING YOUR MEGAPHONE BACK WITH YOU

Thursday, July 23rd

PLY

Halloween Night
FREE GLOW BRACELET & TRICK OR TREAT FOR KIDS UP TO 12

Friday, July 24th

VBS

Sanford Mainers Parents Weekend


FREE ADMISSION FOR ALL PLAYERS PARENTS

Saturday, July 25th

NAS

Ocean Communities Federal Credit Union

Monday, July 27th

LAC

Host Family Appreciation Night

Thursday, July 30th

VTM

Fan Appreciation Night


FREE TEAM PHOTO (FIRST 250 FANS)

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FRONT OFFICE STAFF


John Webb General Manager
John is the teams General Manager. Appointed General Manager in 2010, he
spent the previous four years as an assistant under Sanford's previous GM,
Neil Olson. John was born and raised in Sanford, attended Maine Maritime
Academy and Vermont Law School, and is an attorney with the law firm of
Nichols & Webb, P.A.
Upon joining the board of directors, then Chairman Joseph Vitko assigned him
to Baseball Operations and he began traveling with Mr. Olson throughout New England to
represent the Mainers at the monthly league meetings and other events. John's responsibilities
grew from taking notes to actually representing the team during the league meetings and the
regular season. John feels that the Town of Sanford gave him a great foundation upon which to
build as a young man, and hopes his volunteer service to the town will repay that debt. He is an
avid baseball fan, and a proud member of Red Sox Nation.

Sue Hurley Businees Manager


Hurley was first involved with the Mainers in the final game of the teams inaugural season
in 2002 and has been a part of the team from that point forward. The following season, the
Massachusetts native became a season ticket holder and began volunteering with the team.
In her early time with the Mainers, she assisted the Business Manager, served as a
photographer and helped in other capacities.
In 2006, Hurley became a member of the Board of Directors and climbed up to the
Secretary of the board in 2013. Since being a part of the board she has been responsible for scheduling bat
boys and girls and served as the volunteer coordinator last season.
Now achieving a dream she had since 2004, Hurley will have responsibilities involving vital aspects
of the team in conjunction to how collegiate baseball teams operate in the summer. She will oversee the
Mainers office, develop sponsorships, choose a host family coordinator, responsible for transportation for the
team for road games and more.

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Sanford Mainers Baseball

FRONT OFFICE STAFF


Jacob Ouellete Webmaster
Jacob has been a part of the Sanford Mainers organization since his
family started hosting Mainers players in 2004. Soon after he and his brother
started volunteering for the organization in many differerent areas. In 2012,
Jacob was appointed the Director of Broadcast and Media for the team, while
following up with another year in 2013. Jacob graduated Emerson College in
Boston in May of 2014 with a degree in broadcast journalism. Jacob currently
works for The Times Record in Brunswick, ME as a sports reporter.

Office Interns
Brandon Coulumbe Office Intern

Dan Pawlowski PA Announcer

Katie Binette Sports Writing Intern

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COACHING STAFF
#20 Aaron Izaryk Manager
Last College: University of Maine
Current Job: Bridgton Academy Head Baseball Coach
Seventh Year as Sanford Manager

Completed five years as an assistant coach at the University of Maine,


two as pitching coach.
Led the Mainers to the 2014 NECBL Fay Vincent Sr. Cup
Championship series, was selected as Northern Division All-Star Manager, won 27 games
in 2014 (The Most as Manager)

As Mainers manager, he has sent a total of 32 Mainers to the leagues All-Star Game.
Izaryk has brought the team to the playoffs all six years.

#30 Chris Morris Pitching Coach


Last College: Husson University
Current Job: Husson University pitching coach
First Year as Sanford Pitching Coach

Morris is a two-sport coach at Husson University where he is


the Cornerbacks coach for the football team and pitching coach
for the baseball team.

He brings championship experience to Sanford, winning a championship with the North


Fork Osprey of the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League, as well as back to back Zone 1
championships with the Brewer (ME) Falcons.

#2 Lee Jatkevicius Hitting/Defense Coach


Last College: University of Maine
Current Job: Asst. Athletic Director at Bridgton Academy
1st Year as Sanford Hitting /Defense Coach

Jatkevicius will start his second stint with the Moose, previously serving as
the Mainers pitching coach in 2011 & 2012, moving over to manage the hitters and defense this summer.

A graduate of the University of Maine (B.A. 2010) & Southern New Hampshire University
(M.S. 2015), Jatkevicius spent time with the University of Maine, Colby College & Worcester State University baseball programs prior to arriving in North Bridgton.

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Sanford Mainers Baseball

COACHING STAFF
#31 Dave Bush Bench Coach
Current Job: Assistant Coach at Bridgton Academy
First Year as Sanford bench coach

Bush is a nine year Major League veteran who retired in 2014 from a
12 year pro career, joins the staff as the bench coach.
Bush was drafted in the 2nd round by the Toronto Blue Jays. Bush pitched for the Blue
Jays, Rangers & Brewers over his ten year career, and also spending time with the SK
Wyverns of the Korean Baseball Organization.
In the MLB he posted a 56-59 career record with a 4.73 ERA. In 2006-07 while with the
Brewers, he posted back-to-back 12-win seasons.

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Meet the 2015 Mainers


#23 Joey Abraham (Vanderbilt RHP Sophomore)
Hometown: Little Rock, AR
Height:

Abraham, a native of Little Rock, AR, will be at Vanderbilt University. The


6-foot-0, 205-pound right-handed pitcher attended the historical Little Rock
Central High School, the same school where the Little Rock Nine attended
back in 1957 in the midst of the Civil Rights Movement. He made his collegiate debut against Santa Clara University on 2/14 tossing 1.1 innings shutout ball with three walks and two strikeouts.

60
Weight:
205
B/T: R/R
2015 Vanderbilt Stats
G

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

Opp. Avg

7.94

5.2

10

.333

#3 Brandon Bingel (Bryant University INF - Junior)


Hometown: Peabody, MA
Height:

Bingel represents another player who can say he was the best high school
player in his home state. The Peabody, Massachusetts native earned Mr.
Baseball from ESPNBoston.coms high school panel. He was the third
player to be awarded the annual award. The right-handed two-way player
was sought after by UConn, Holy Cross and Northeastern, but chose Bryant
University to play collegiately in order to continue his contributions both on
the hill and with the bat.

510
Weight:
185
B/T: R/R
2015 Bryant University Stats
G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

53/47

.317

39

57

31

19

27

.403

.522

#18 Jake Bivens (Michigan University INF - Sophomore)


Hometown: Battle Creek, MI
Height:
61
Weight:
188
B/T: L/R

The middle infielder for the Michigan Wolverines came in as the 19 th-best prospect in the Big Ten for the 2017 draft according to D1Baseball.com. He has
been a staple in the Wolverines lineup this season, starting 62 of the 63 games
and had the fourth highest batting average with .319. He was named Big Ten
Freshman of the Year and a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American buy Collegiate Baseball Newspaper.

2015 Michigan Stats


G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

63/62

.319

43

68

19

34

22

.435

.352

13

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#26 Mike Bunal (Binghamton University Pitcher - Senior)
Hometown: Rome, NY
Bunal will be a familiar face for Mainers fans, returning for his second season with the
Moose. The Rome, New York native saw action in five games last season for Sanford. For
the Bearcats this season he posted a respectable 3.96 ERA in 11 starts. In high school, Bunal was a two-way player on the diamond and also a three sport athlete playing basketball
and football where he was an All-state defensive back his senior year at Whitesboro High
School.

Height:
62
Weight:
210
B/T: R/R
2015 Binghamton University Stats

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

Opp. Avg

11

11

3.96

50.0

46

33

22

21

41

.241

#24 Aaron Casper (Canisius College RHP - Senior)


Hometown: Delonson, NY
Familiarity and routine are sometimes what a player looks for. For Casper, he will be the
sixth returning Mainer from either last season, or the 2013 season to sport the green and
gold for the 2015 campaign. The Delanson, New York native played for the Mainers in
2013. With Sanford, the righty went 2-0 with a 3.50 ERA in 13 appearances while racking
up 30 strikeouts in just 18 innings of work. Collegiately he plays for the Canisius College
Griffins. The 6-foot-4 hurler will also join Canisius teammate and returning Mainer Iannick
Remillard in the bullpen this season.

Height:
64
Weight:
195
B/T: R/R
2015 Canisius College Stats

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

Opp. Avg

14

4.09

22.0

24

15

10

10

11

.270

#17 Cody Dube (Keene State College RHP - Senior)


Hometown: Windham, ME
Dube is no stranger to Sanford and the Mainers. The right-handed pitcher is sporting the
green and gold for a third consecutive season. The Windham, Maine native made his debut
for the Mainers back in 2013 as a starter and moved to the bullpen in 2014. The senior has
compiled a 2-1 record in 15 appearances (1 start), yielding a 3.48 ERA in 18.1 innings of
work over the last two seasons in NECBL play. One of his victories came in a crucial mustwin playoff game against the Keene Swamp Bats. Dube threw two innings of shutout
baseball out of the pen en route to the victory in the first round of playoffs last year.

Height:
61
Weight:
195
B/T: R/R
2015 Keene State College Stats

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

Opp. Avg

2.45

36.2

34

17

10

12

45

.243

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#22 Chris Gaetano (Monmouth University OF - Junior)
Hometown: Spring Brook Township, PA
Height:

When Gaetano came to Monmouth University, the outfielder had played a


part-time role. In order to improve his skills on the diamond, the Madison
Township, PA native used the summer to do just that. Gaetano spent last
summer playing for the Watertown Rams of the Perfect Game Collegiate
Baseball and tore the cover off the ball. The left-handed hitter paced the
Rams in numerous offensive categories including batting average, on-base
percentage, hits, doubles, triples and walks.

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Weight:
185

B/T: L/R
2015 Monmouth University Stats
G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

42/42

.286

26

44

24

16

30

.366

.416

#14 Andruw Gazzola (Stony Brook UniversityINF - Sophomore)


Hometown: Coram, N.Y.
Height:

Not many players have the ability to have a perennial NCAA Tournament team
in the last seven years wanting to recruit him. Gazzola had a decision to make
between Louisville and Stony Brook and his decision wasnt the one many
would think. The Coram, N.Y. native had his reasons for choosing Stony Brook
and family was one of them. "My family getting to watch me play is important
because they've always been there for me and it made it a lot easier," Gazzola
said to Newsday.

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Weight:
195

B/T: L/R
2015 Stony Brook University Stats
G/GS
51/51

AVG.
.315

H
32

HR
58

RBI

BB

27

SO

21

OB%

17

.394

SLG
.397

SF

SH
0

SB
4

ATT
4

#32 Ben Greenberg (Fordham UniversityRHP - Sophomore)


Hometown: Scarborough, ME
Height:

There might be some accolade comparisons made during the dog days of summer in
Maine this season with Greenberg and returning Mainer and high school teammate Ben
Wessel. Both Scarborough, Maine natives, both will step on the hill this season with the
honor of being named Mr. Baseball of Maine during their high school careers. To go along
with being named Mr. Baseball, Greenberg was also named a two-time Gatorade Player of
the Year for the state of Maine in 2013 and 2014. Collegiately, he is a starter for the Fordham Rams and posted a 4-1 record with a team best 2.48 ERA.

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Weight:
210

B/T: R/R
2015 Fordham University Stats
G

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

Opp. Avg

17

10

2.48

69.0

77

26

19

21

32

.291

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#1 Hayden Heflin (Spartanburg Methodist College RHP - Junior)
Hometown: Summerville, SC
Height

Many student-athletes will venture on to a junior college before committing to


another university for the last two years of their eligibility. For Heflin, his
two years at Spartanburg Methodist College allowed him to commit to the
University of South Carolina. A picking spot for the Gamecocks, Heflin will
join a storied collegiate baseball program which won back-to-back College
World Series in 2010 and 2011. A 5-foot-9 146-pound sophomore isnt the
prototypical profile for a SEC pitcher, but his arm strength and ability to control the zone has made him a top prospect in the Palmetto State.

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Weight
160

B/T: R/R
2015 Spartanburg Methodist College Stats

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

Opp. Avg

13

1.40

25.2

24

16

14

24

.255

#12 Dan Hetzel (Cochise College OF - Junior)


Hometown: Holbrook, N.Y.
Height:

Hetzel will be one of the handful returning Mainers for the 2015 campaign. A 6-foot-1 outfielder, the
Holbrook, New York native made a name for himself on Long Island winning the Blue Chips Prospects Silver Slugger Award for the best offensive player. He began his collegiate career in the New
England region committing to the University of Rhode Island for his freshman year. With Rhody, he
hit .250 with six doubles and 11 RBI in 43 games played. This past year, he took his talents to the desert to Cochise College out in Sierra Vista, Arizona. Hetzel hit .333 in the regular season with his power
improving as he had eight home runs. In the postseason, Hetzel brought his game to another level with
a triple slash line of .476/.542/.619

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Weight:
195
B/T: R/R
2015 Cochise College Stats

G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

58/58

.333

34

67

44

23

21

.405

.527

#27 Shaine Hughes (Monmouth University INF - Junior)


Hometown: Sewell, N.J.
For Hughes and other South Jersey ball players, they took advantage of playing
not only in their home state, but also relatively close to their hometowns last
summer. The Sewell, New Jersey native was a part of the newly added South
Jersey Giants in the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League. Hughes was one of
twenty-one south Jersey players on the roster. For the left-handed hitter, the
2014 summer was successful, pacing the Giants in batting average with a .361
contact clip and team leading 24 RBI. With the Monmouth Hawks, Hughes
paced the team in batting average (.289) and RBI (34).

Height:
61
Weight:
195

B/T: L/R
2015 Monmouth University Stats
G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

44/44

.289

25

46

34

22

31

.395

.403

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#9 Shawn Hunter (University of Oklahoma LHP Junior)
Hometown: Fort Supply, OK
Height
511
Weight
170

B/T: L/L

Hunter has been at three different schools in the past three years. The southpaw had stops
at Northern Oklahoma College- Enid in 2012, redshirted in 2013 at Oklahoma State and
his 2014 campaign was with Seminole State prior to joining the Sooners. Hunter compiled impressive numbers last season with Seminole State, posting an 8-3 record with a
3.39 ERA while hitting the century mark in strikeouts in 85 innings in 13 starts. This
season with Oklahoma, Hunter saw limited time with just 7.2 innings under his belt, but
did record almost a strikeout per inning. Hunter is expected to be one of four lefties in the
Mainers pitching staff this season.

2015 Univ. of Oklahoma Stats


G

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

Opp. Avg

10

4.70

7.2

.290

#6 Robbie Knightes (St. Johns University INF - Junior


Hometown: Schenectady, N.Y.
Height:

The lone representative on the Mainers 2015 roster from the Big East Conference, the 6-foot-1 sophomore hot corner has proved he can handle the bat.
Knigthes freshman campaign was impressive. He racked in a second-team AllBig East selection, a Big East All-Tournament team selection and won the conference batting title with his .399 contact clip, also good for eighth in the country. This season, he earned Big East Player of the Week honors and finished
fourth on team with a .321 contact clip.

61
Weight:
190
B/T: L/R
2015 St. Johns University Stats
G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

48/43

.321

23

50

19

15

15

.386

.340

#13 Mike Mastroberti (Southern New Hampshire University) INF - Senior


Hometown: Brentwood, TN
Height:
61
Weight:
190

Mastroberti is taking on the NECBL this season which marks the second New
England summer league he has played in. Last season in the Futures League,
which is based in the most northern states of New England, the infielder showed
his ability to swing the bat. He was third in the league in batting average with
a .348 contact clip for the Seacoast Mavericks. Collegiately last season with the
Penmen, the infielder was one of five players to start all 55 games and earned a
Northeast-10 Third Team All-Conference selection.

B/T: R/R
2015 Southern New Hampshire Univ. Stats
G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

3/3

.222

.222

.222

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#33 Blake Morgan (North Carolina Central University LHP - Sophomore)

Hometown: Durham, N.C.


In his first season at the collegiate level, Morgan was called upon frequently by the Eagles out of the pen. Making 21 appearances in relief,
the rookie appeared in the third most games on the team. He also had the
second-lowest ERA on the team with a 3.34 ERA and held the opposition
to a .252 batting average. The southpaw had a solid strikeout-to-walk
ration whiffing 27 hitters while allowing just 11 free passes.

Height:
61
Weight
210

B/T: L/L
2015 North Carolina Central University Stats
G

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

Opp. Avg

21

3.34

29.2

30

15

11

11

27

.252

#21 Iannick Remillard (Canisus College RHP - Senior)


Hometown: Valleyfield, Quebec
Remillard plays collegiately for division I Canisius College and no stranger to
playing summer ball in New England. He will be returning for his second season
with the Mainers after spending last season with the Syracuse Jr. Chiefs of the
New York Collegiate Baseball League. In 2013 with Sanford, he appeared in 13
games posting a 1-1 record with three saves and a 2.63 ERA. The closer represents the lone Canadian native on the roster and could be an option to fill the void
of last years closer, Cam Hatch, who is second in career saves for Sanford.

Height:
61
Weight:
230

B/T: R/R
2015 Canisius College Stats

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

Opp. Avg

20

4.11

10

35.0

38

24

16

12

41

.268

#7 Nolan Rogers (Vanderbilt University INF - Junior)


Hometown: Bloomington, IN
A lead-off hitter in his high school playing days at Bloomington South High School, the
Bloomington, Indiana native moved to the middle of the lineup for the Commodores his
freshman year. He was also a part of the College World Series team that defeated a powerful Virginia squad. This year, the 5-foot-9 outfielder has played in 42 games with 17 starts.
Rogers chose to be a Commodore because of the coaching staff, academics and the city of
Nashville, according to vcucommodores.com.
*** Stats are as of 6/3/15. Vanderbilt is still playing in the NCAA Baseball Tournament.

Height:
59

Weight:
185
B/T: L/R

2015 Vanderbilt University Stats


G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

42/17

.254

10

18

12

26

.404

.296

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#28 David Rosenberger (University of Virginia LHP Senior)
Hometown: Bethlehem, PA
Height:

Knowing he wanted to be a Cavalier before high school, the lefty became the ace of his high school
staff at Allentown Central Catholic. Rosenberger was dominant despite battling elbow tendinitis.
With a 4-0 record, sparkling 0.80 ERA and 70 strikeouts in just 34 innings, the Cavaliers liked what
they saw. With the Cavalier, Rosenberger has appeared in at least 15 games since the beginning of his
career. His freshman year, he was thrown in the fire early facing other iconic ACC teams such as North
Carolina and Virginia Tech, where he threw three scoreless innings against the Hokies in an ACC
Tournament game. This season, he is 2-0 with a 6.26 ERA in 15 appearances.
*** Stats are as of 6/3/15. Virginia is still playing in the NCAA Baseball Tournament

60

Weight:
200
B/T: L/L
2015 Univ. of Virginia Stats
G

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

Opp. Avg

16

5.46

31.1

42

20

19

10

18

.331

#10 Ian Searles (Southern New Hampshire University RHP Senior)


Hometown: Wareham, MA
Height:
511

Weight:
200
B/T: R/R

Exchanging pads and the gridiron for a baseball and pitching mound, Searles shifted his
focus primarily to baseball his senior year of high school and it paid off. Searles earned a
scholarship to Division II University of Southern New Hampshire. Last summer, he played
in the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League and went 3-0 with two complete games, tied
for most on the Sag Harbor Whalers. This season with the Penmen, the righty appeared in
seven games tossing 10 innings with a 3.60 ERA. He has a mix of pitches including a fastball reaching the upper 80s, curveball and change up.

2015 Southern New Hampshire Univ. Stats


G

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

Opp. Avg

3.60

10.0

.242

#16 Brendan Shea (University of Mass.-Lowell LHP- Sophomore)


Hometown: Belmont, MA
Height:
510

Weight:
180

A native of the New England region, the Belmont, Massachusetts resident had a slew
of programs interested in him including, Albany, Stony Brook, Rhode Island, and
Franklin and Pierce before joining the River Hawks. The southpaw, with an 88 MPH
heater, was drawn to UMass-Lowell for a few reasons. I was attracted by the quality
of education, the excitement of a city campus, Coach Harring and the prospect of
playing in LeLacheur Park, according to goriverhawks.com.

B/T: R/L

2015 Univ. Mass-Lowell Stats


G

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

Opp.
Avg

10.13

21.1

31

25

24

11

.348

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#5 Brendan Skidmore (Binghamton University INF Junior)
Hometown: Franklin, MA
After being named an ESPN Boston All-State shortstop and hitting .467 with five home runs and 21 RBI as a senior in high
school. He was also a part of Coach Izaryks Bridgton Academy
back in 2013. Skidmore started all 20 games he started his freshman year at Binghamton University. Skidmore was in the top-10 in
multiple offensive categories including HR (1st) and SLG% (3rd)
and RBI (7th) this season for Binghamton.

Height
60
Weight
190

B/T: R/R

2015 Binghamton University Stats


G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

40/40

.303

19

44

34

12

30

.383

.517

#25 Johnny Slater (University of Michigan OF Junior)


Hometown: Southfield, MI
One of two current Mainers who were drafted out of high school, he joins Wolverines and Mainers teammate Harrison Wenson who heard their name called on
Draft Day in 2013. Slater, selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 31 st round, was
one of the most sought after recruits in the Metro-Detroit area and was honored
by the Detroit Tigers in their annual Negro League ceremony. The multidimensional player in high school was named the 17 th-best prospect in the Big
Ten for the 2016 draft according to D1baseball.com this season.

Height
62
Weight
185

B/T: L/L

2015 U of. Michigan Stats


G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

56/36

.229

27

33

25

15

26

.325

.382

#8 Nate Stepna (Cochise College OF Junior)


Hometown: Las Vegas, NV
The lone representative from the Sin City, Stepna is making his
first appearance in the NECBL. The outfielder had a successful season for the Apaches this season. The speedy outfielder hit to the
tune of .315 on the campaign. In addition, he swiped 31 bases in 33
attempts, good for the 21st in all of the NJCAA. Stepna will be the
second player from Cochise College, joining teammate Dan Hetzel
to wear the green and gold this season.

Height
61
Weight
190

B/T: L/L

2015 Cochise College Stats


G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

54/54

.315

55

64

41

23

33

.392

.532

30

33

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#4 Trae Sweeting (Georgia State University OF - Junior)
Hometown: Nassau, Bahamas
Height:
510
Weight
175

B/T: R/R

The Bahamas arent known for producing a plethora of baseball talent compared
to other islands such as the Dominican Republic or Cuba. Yet, Sweeting is trying
to defy the odds and showcase his talents. In 2012, the Nassau native had a sterling performance at a regional try out and he was named a 2012 Under Armour
Pre-Season All-American and was invited to the Pre-Season All-American tournament in Arizona to get him stateside. Afterwards, he attended Christ School in
Arden, North Carolina where he showcased blazing speed with a bat just as quick.
Collegiately, the 5-foot-10 speedster plays for the Georgia State Panthers.

2015 Georgia State University Stats


G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

42/28

.306

21

34

13

11

23

.408

.387

#36 Dalton Thomas (University of Arkansas-Little Rock) C - Junior)


Hometown: Grenada, MS
Height:
63
Weight
220
B/T: R/R

Thomas took the route of a junior college to showcase his talents to earn a Division I scholarship, signing with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. After having a great 2014
season, Thomas followed up with a stellar 2015 campaign, pacing Meridian Community
College in three offensive categories including home runs (8), doubles (15) and RBI (43)
earning a spot on the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges All-State
team. He is expected to provide some power in the middle of the Mainers lineup this season.

2015 Meridian Community College Stats


G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

47/47

.308

31

52

43

15

25

.365

.538

#35 Harrison Wenson (University of Michigan C - Junior)


Hometown: Farmington Hills, MI
Height:
63
Weight
235

B/T: R/R

Wenson was a talented backstop prior to stepping on a diamond in a collegiate


uniform. The Farmington Hills, Michigan native was drafted by the home state
MLB team Detroit Tigers in the 38th round back in 2013 as a senior in high
school. Wenson, decided not to sign and continue a family tradition. His father
Paul played for the Wolverines from 1984-86 and spent time in the Tigers minor
league system. This season, Wenson was named the sixth-best prospect in the
Big Ten for the 2016 draft by D1baseball.com. This season he saw limited time
due to injury.

2015 University of Michigan Stats


G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

12/4

.095

10

.143

.208

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#11 Ben Wessel (University of Rhode Island RHP - Senior)
Hometown: Scarborough, ME
Another returning player to the Moose squad is no stranger to the state of Maine. Wessel, grew
up in the Pine Tree state and was named Mr. Baseball in 2012. Not only rejoining the Mainers, he is also reuniting with fellow high school teammate Ben Greenberg. The two formed a
two-headed monster for the staff of Scarborough High School back in the day. Although having to go through Tommy John surgery and unable to pitch his freshman year, the University
of Rhode Island still wanted him on their staff. With the Mainers last season, he posted a 1-3
record with a 3.50 ERA in seven appearances including six starts. He averaged a hit per inning in 36 innings of work including an impressive 16-to-3 strikeout to walk ratio.

Height:
62

Weight:
190
B/T: S/R

2015 University of Rhode Island Stats


G

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

Opp.
Avg

11

6.35

34.0

40

26

24

24

.301

#34 Vinny Whitenight (St. Edwards University LHP - Senior)


Hometown: Austin, TX
Whether the Austin, Texas native takes a plane or drives to his
summer home in Sanford, he will have logged over 2,000 miles to
play in the NECBL. Teammates with Cam Hatch, last seasons
NECBL Reliever of the Year for the Mainers, the southpaw was a
part of a Hilltoppers team that earned a share of the Heartland
Conference title this season .

Height:
511

Weight:
200
B/T: L/L

2015 St. Edwards University Stats


G
16

GS
0

ERA

4.91

SV

CG
0

IP
22.0

H
17

R
14

ER
12

BB
16

K
19

HR
2

Opp. Avg
.215

#19 Hunter Wood (Western Kentucky University C - Junior)


Hometown: Mount Washington, Kentucky
For the Mt. Washington, Kentucky native, pinch hitting became an artwork.
He painted his canvas in his first season with the Western Kentucky University
Hilltoppers. The 6-foot-1 catcher was WKUs go-to pinch hitter. In just 57 atbats, the switch hitter accumulated 14 hits while driving in 15 runs and drawing
nine walks. When recruited by WKU, head coach Matt Meyers said Hunter
has a great work ethic and wants to be successful, and I think he will have a big
impact in our program, according to wkusports.com.

Height:
61
Weight:
215
B/T: S/R

2015 Western Kentucky University Stats


G/GS

AVG.

HR

RBI

BB

SO

OB%

SLG

SF

SH

SB

ATT

41/29

.211

14

24

10

12

39

.305

.307

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2015 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER


NO.

NAME

POS

HT/WT

COLLEGE

YEAR

HOMETOWN

B/T

23

Joey Abraham

Brandon Bingel

RHP

6-0 / 205

Vanderbilt University

INF

5-10 / 185

Bryant University

So.

Little Rock, Arkansas

R/R

Jr.

Peabody, Massachusetts

R/R

18

Jake Bivens

INF

6-1 / 188

University of Michigan

So.

Battle Creek, Michigan

L/R

26

Michael Bunal

RHP

6-2 / 210

Binghamton University

Sr.

Rome, New York

R/R

24

Aaron Casper

RHP

6-4 / 195

Canisius College

Sr.

Delonson, New York

R/R

17

Cody Dube

RHP

6-1 / 195

Keene State College

Sr.

Windham, Maine

R/R

22

Chris Gaetano

OF

6-3 / 185

Monmouth University

Jr.

Spring Brook Twp, Pennsylvania

L/R

14

Andruw Gazzola

INF

6-0 / 195

Stony Brook University

So.

Coram, New York

L/R

32

Ben Grenberg

RHP

6-1 / 210

Fordham University

So.

Scarborough, Maine

R/R

Hayden Heflin

RHP

5-9 / 160

Spartanburg Methodist College

Jr.

Summerville, South Carolina

R/R

12

Dan Hetzel

OF

6-1 / 195

Cochise College

Jr.

Holbrook, New York

R/R

27

Shaine Hughes

INF

6-1 / 195

Monmouth University

Jr.

Sewell, New Jersey

L/R

Shawn Hunter

LHP

5-11 / 170

Oklahoma University

Jr.

Fort Supply, Oklahoma

L/L

Robbie Knightes

INF

6-1 / 190

St. Johns University

Jr.

Schenectady, New York

L/R

13

Mike Mastroberti

INF

6-1 / 190

Southern New Hampshire U.

Sr.

Brentwood, TN

R/R

33

Blake Morgan

LHP

6-1 / 210

North Carolina Central Univ.

So.

Durham, North Carolina

L/L

21

Iannick Remillard

RHP

6-1 / 230

Canisius College

Sr.

Valleyridd, Quebec

R/R

28

David Rosenberger

LHP

6-0 / 200

University of Virginia

Sr.

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

L/L

Nolan Rogers

INF

5-9 / 185

Vanderbilt University

Jr.

Bloomington, Indiana

L/R

10

Ian Searles

RHP

5-11 / 200

Southern New Hampshire U.

Sr.

Wareham, Massachusetts

R/R

16

Brendan Shea

LHP

5-10 / 180

Univ. Massachusetts-Lowell

So.

Belmont, Massachusetts

R/L

Brendan Skidmore

INF

6-0 / 190

Binghamton University

Jr.

Franklin, Massachusetts

R/R

25

Johnny Slater

OF

6-2 / 185

University of Michigan

Jr.

Southfield , MI

L/L

Nate Stepna

OF

6-1 / 190

Cochise College

Jr.

Las Vegas, Nevada

R/R

Trae Sweeting

OF

5-10 / 175

Georgia State University

Jr.

Nassau, Bahamas

R/R

36

Dalton Thomas

OF

6-3 / 220

University of Arkansas-Little Rock

Jr.

Grenada, Mississippi

R/R

35

Harrison Wenson

6-3 / 235

University of Michigan

Jr.

Farmington Hills, Michigan

R/R

11

Ben Wessel

RHP

6-2 / 190

University of Rhode Island

Sr.

Scarborough, Maine

S/R

34

Vincent Whitenight

LHP

5-11 / 220

St. Edwards University

Sr.

Austin, Texas

L/L

19

Hunter Wood

6-1 / 215

University of Western Kentucky

Jr.

Mt. Washington, Kentucky

S/R

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN
MAINERS BY STATE/PROVINCE:
Arkansas (1) Joey Abraham
Bahamas (1) Trae Sweeting
Indiana (1) Nolan Rogers
Kentucky (1) Hunter Wood
Maine (3) Cody Dube, Ben Greenberg, Ben Wessel
Massachusetts (3) Brandon Bingel, Ian Searles, Brendan Shea, Brendan Skidmore
Michigan (3) Jake Bivens, Johnny Slater, Harrison Wenson
Mississippi (1) Dalton Thomas
Nevada (1) Nate Stepna
New Jersey (1) Shaine Hughes
New York (5) Michael Bunal, Aaron Casper Andruw Gazzola, Dan Hetzel, Robbie
Knightes
North Carolina (1) Blake Morgan
South Carolina (1) Hayden Heflin
Oklahoma (1) Shawn Hunter
Pennsylvania (2) Chris Gaetano, David Rosenberger
Quebec (1) Iannick Remillard
South Carolina (1) Hayden Heflin
Tennessee (1) Mike Mastroberti
Texas (1) Vincent Whitenight

Freshman (0)

Georgia State University (1)

Dalton Thomas

Binghamton University (2)


Trae Sweeting
Michael Bunal, Brendan Skidmore Keene State College (1)
Bryant University (1)
Cody Dube
Brandon Bingel
Canisius College (2)

Mass-Lowell (U of) (1)


Brendan Shea

Aaron Casper, Iannick Remillard

Michigan (U of) (3)

Jake Bivens , Johnny Slater , Harrison Wenson

Junior (15)

Ben Greenberg

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Monmouth University (2)


Chris Gaetano, Shaine Hughes

Senior (9)

Brandon Bingel
Nate Stepna
Chris Gaetano
Trae Sweeting
Hayden Heflin
Dalton Thomas
Dan Hetzel
Harrison Wenson
Shaine Hughes
Hunter Wood
Shawn Hunter
Robbie Knightes
Nolan Rogers
Brendan Skidmore
Johnny Slater

Michael Bunal
Aaron Casper
Cody Dube
Mike Mastroberti
Iannick Remmillard
David Rosenberger
Ian Searles
Ben Wessel
Vincent Whitenight

Spartanburg Methodist College(1)

N. Carolina Central Univ.(1) Hayden Heflin

Blake Morgan

Stony Brook University (1)

Oklahoma (U of) (1)

Andruw Gazzola

Shawn Hunter

Southern New Hampshire U. (2)

Rhode Island (U of) (1)

Mike Mastroberti, Ian Searles

Ben Wessel

Vanderbilt University (2)

St. Edwards (1)


Vincent Whitenight

Dan Hetzel, Nate Stepna


Fordham University (1)

Sophomore (6)
Joey Abraham
Jake Bivens
Andruw Gazzola
Ben Greenberg
Blake Morgan
Brendan Shea

MAINERS BY SCHOOL

Arkansas Little Rock (U of)(1)

Cochise College (2)

MAINERS BY CLASS:

St. Johns University (1)


Robbie Knightes

Joey Abraham, Nolan Rogers


Virginia (U of) (1)
David Rosenberger
Western Kentucky (U of)(1)
Hunter Wood

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Meet the North


North Division Opponents
Team: Laconia Muskrats (Laconia, New Hampshire)
Home Field: Robbie Mills Park
Manager: Nick Cenatiempo (1st Season)
2014 Record: 20-22
2014 Finish: 4th, lost to Vermont 2-0 in the first round.
2015 Game Dates:
Goodall Park: June 15, July 14, 27
Robbie Mills Park: June 5, July 18, 21
Team: Vermont Mountaineers (Montpelier, Vermont)
Home Field: Montpelier Recreation Field
Manager: Joe Brown (3rd Season)
2014 Record: 27-15
2014 Finish: 1st place in North, lost to Sanford in the Northern Division Champ. 2-0
2015 Game Dates:
Goodall Park: June 6, 19, July 30
Montpelier Recreation Field: June 9, 23 August 1

Team: Keene Swamp Bats (Keene, New Hampshire)


Home Field: Alumni Field
Manager: Dan Moylan (2nd Season)
2014 Record: 21-21
2014 Finish: 3rd place in North, lost to Sanford in Northern Division Playoffs, 2-1.
2015 Game Dates:
Goodall Park: June 8, 26 July 10
Alumni Field: July 3, 7, July 26
Team: North Adams SteepleCats (North Adams, Massachusetts)
Home Field: Joe Wolfe Field
Manager: Mike Armstrong (1st Season)
2014 Record: 19-23
2014 Finish: 5th, missed the playoffs.
2015 Game Dates:
Goodall Park: June 20, 22, July 25
Joe Wolfe Field: June 16, July 5, 11

Sanford
Team: Valley Blue Sox (Holyoke, Massachusetts)
Home Field: MacKenzie Stadium
Manager: John Raiola (1st Season)
2014 Record: 14-28
2014 Finish: 6th, missed the playoffs
2015 Game Dates:
Goodall Park: June 29, July 17, 24

MacKenzie Stadium: June 27, July 12, 31

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Meet the South


South Division Opponents
Team: Danbury Westerners (Danbury, Connecticut)
Home Field: Rogers Park
Manager: Ryan Smyth (1st Season)
2014 Record: 13-29
2014 Finish: 5th place in Southern Division, missed the playoffs
2015 Game Dates:
Goodall Park: June 24
Rogers Park: June 12
Team: Mystic Schooners (Mystic, Connecticut)
Home Field: Fitch High School Field
Manager: Phil Orbe ( 4th Season)
2014 Record: 23-19
2014 Finish: 4th in South, lost to Plymouth 2-0 in first round
2015 Game Dates:
Goodall Park: July 15
Fitch High School Field: June 11
Team: New Bedford Bay Sox (New Bedford, Massachusetts)
Home Field: Paul Walsh Field
Manager: Kyle Fernandes (1st Season)
2014 Record: 11-31
2014 Finish: 6th place in Southern Division, missed the playoffs
2015 Game Dates:
Goodall Park: July 8
Paul Walsh Field: July 2
Team: Ocean State Waves (South Kingstown, Rhode Island)
Home Field: Old Mountain Field
Manager: Eric Cirella (2nd Season)
2014 Record: 24-18
2014 Finish: 3rd in Southern Division, lost to Newport in first round 2-1
2015 Game Dates:
Goodall Park: June 17
Old Mountain Field: June 13
Team: Plymouth Pilgrims (Plymouth, Massachusetts)
Home Field: Forges Field
Manager: Greg Zackrison (3rd Season)
2014 Record: 31-11
2014 Finish: NECBL best record, lost to Newport in South Finals 2-1
2015 Game Dates:
Goodall Park: July 23
Forges Field: July 6
Team: Newport Gulls (Newport, Rhode Island)
Home Field: Cardines Field
Manager: Mike Coombs (11th Season)
2014 Record: 25-17
2014 Finish: Won NECBL Fay Vincent Sr. Cup against Sanford 2-0
2015 Game Dates:
Goodall Park: June 30
Cardines Field: July 22

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2014 SEASON IN REVIEW


The 2014 season for the Sanford Mainers was another successful campaign for the team
as they finished with the second best record in the Northern Division with a 24-18 record and
finished three games behind the Vermont Mountaineers. The winning season marked the
fourth time in the last seven years the Mainers were above sea-level.
The season commenced with the Mainers on the road against the Newport Gulls at the
historic Cardines Field. Sanford came up short falling to Newport 9-3 but Oakland, Maine
native Sam Dexter had a three-hit night to start his season off.
The Mainers first win of the season would come the night after the loss in Newport as
they welcomed the Mainers faithful with an exciting walk-off win over the North Adams
SteepleCats 9-8 at the historic Goodall Park. With Sanford up 5-1 after six innings, North
Adams offense pushed across seven unanswered runs in the later third of the game to take an 85 lead into the ninth. After Sanford chipped away, they tied it on a fielders choice and with a
runner on third base, Dexter was up to bat when a passed ball scampered past the SteepleCats
catcher Mike Hernandez and Nick Lovullo hurried home to secure the victory for the hometown
Mainers.
After the initial win, the Mainers would play .500 ball before another exciting extra
inning game against the SteepleCats again. The second games in the head-to-head matchup was
also ended in unlikely fashion with a wild pitch for the Sanford win. The third matchup between
the two teams featured a pitching duel as Sanfords starter Nick Poore brought a no-hitter into
the eighth inning before North Adams broke it up in the inning. The game would go to the tenth
inning and again, the Mainers would win on a wild pitch.
As the calendar flipped to July, the Mainers continued to heat up along with the New
England summer. Sanford, in the midst of a five-game winning streak and a run of nine wins in
ten games, took a grasp of the Northern Division for the first time with a 13-8 record.
A week later, although a season high nine-game winning streak was snapped in a 2-1
loss to Keene, good news was still to be had for the Mainers. Heading into the mid-season
break of the All-Star game, Sanford owned the best record in the North 16-8. Sanfords Aaron
Izaryk was named Northern Division All-Star Manager.
Five Mainers were selected to the Northern Division All-Star team in addition to the
Mainers coaching staff at the helm. Christian Lavoie, and closer Cam Hatch were the two arms
selected which helped solidify one of the best pitching staffs in the league. Lavoie entered the
break with a 2-1 record with a dazzling 1.16 ERA in five starts. Hatch, who anchored the back
of the bullpen, had six saves tied for the most saves heading in to the break.
Offensively, Stevie Berman, Drake Parker and Matt Pagano were also selected from the
Mainers. Parker paced the Mainers with a .308 contact clip while playing stellar defense in the
outfield. Pagano used bookend surges at the plate to raise his average to .271 heading into the
break.
The week ensuing included rain outs, and an up-and-down performance for the Mainers
who couldnt formulate another lengthy winning streak. They were however able to play .500
ball over the next ten games and secured second place in the Northern Division. With a few
game left, in the regular season, the Mainers tried to chase their inter-division foes, the
Vermont Mountaineers.

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2014 SEASON IN REVIEW


The Mainers were unsuccessful in catching the Mountaineers in hopes of capturing
their first Northern Division Title since their championship season back in 2008. However,
they were in the NECBL playoffs for the 11th time in the franchises 13 year history. In the
first round of the playoffs, the Mainers faced the Keene Swamp Bats who had the Mainers
number the previous three meetings. Keene made it a fourth consecutive time the Mainers
were on the losing end as they took the first game of the series by the score of 4-1.
Sanford, now with their backs against the wall needed a must-win performance to keep
their season alive. Rich Vrana whiffed eight Swamp Bats in seven innings of work and
NECBL saves leader, Cam Hatch, closed the game out to blank the Swamp Bats 3-0 to force a
deciding game three.
Game three, needed late inning heroics and the hero was an unlikely player in Kevin
Stypulkowski. Entering the game with a .179 average, Stypulkowski poked a two-out, two-run
single in the bottom of seventh to tie the game 3-3. In the 10th inning, Sam Dexter swung at
the first pitch he saw and drove in the game-winning run to advance the Mainers to the Northern Division Finals against the Vermont Mountaineers.
Riding the momentum from the night before, the Mainers took care of the Mountaineers
4-1. The game was tied at one run apiece after four innings. A crooked three run sixth led the
Mainers to victory to put the pressure on the Mountaineers. After rain delayed game two for an
hour after a pair of scoreless innings, play resumed and the Mainers answered a two run top of
the third by the Mountaineers with five runs of their own taking a 5-2 lead.
Sanford used another big inning in the sixth, scoring four runs to ward off Vermonts
offensive attack in the middle innings en route to Northern Division Title clinching 9-6 victory.
With the win, the Mainers earned another trip to the Fay Vincent Cup Championship Series,
the first time since 2008, when the Mainers won it all.
Heading in to the championship series, the Mainers were on a four-game winning
streak in the playoffs, headed to historic Cardines Field to face the formidable Newport Gulls.
In a battle of number two seeds, the Mainers fell to Newport by the score of 5-0, being outhit
12-to-3 after their offense was rolling in the previous two rounds of the playoffs.
Game two was at Goodall Park and the Mainers needed a win to force a deciding game
three. With Vrana, the Mainers ace, on the hill, he held the Gulls in check for five full innings
before the Gulls got to the starter for three runs to chase him out of the game. The Gulls would
go on to score another five runs against Mainers relievers to take a commanding 8-0 lead heading into the bottom of the 6th.
Sanfords offense exploded for five runs in the bottom half of the frame to make it 8-5.
Down to their last at-bats, the Mainers produced a rally in the bottom of the ninth. The Mainers had runners on the corners with one out, but back-to-back strikeouts ended the threat and
the Mainers season.
Although it was a tough way to end the season not hoisting the Fay Vincent Championship Trophy up after the long summer, the Mainers had many positives to take from the 2014
campaign.

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2014 SEASON IN REVIEW


The Mainers compiled the most wins in a season under manager Aaron Izaryk with the
24 victories. The pitching staff was one of the best in the NECBL posting the second lowest
team ERA and a franchise record setting 2.70 ERA. Sanford also tied the franchises longest
winning streak set in 2008 with nine consecutive victories spanning from 6/28 to 7/9.
Sanfords appearance in the Fay Vincent Cup Championship series was the third for the
franchise and marks the fourth most appearances in the championship series in the NECBL.
(Newport 11, Keene (6), three teams with (4) and Sanford (3)).
Cam Hatch, the Mainers closer earned the NECBL Reliever of the Year Award after his
sterling season. The southpaw paced the team with eight saves and was just one shy for the
league lead. Opponents hit just .174 in the 13.1 innings he pitched. In postseason play, the anticipated draft pick held the opposition to an impeccable .077 batting average.
The Mainers faithful packed Goodall Park eclipsing the 10,000 mark in terms of attendance for the 10th time in franchise history as they cheered on the hometown Mainers on an impressive season.
The players, coaching staff, and front office would like to thank all the volunteers and
fans for making the 2014 campaign an exciting and memorable one. We hope to see you at the
ballpark this summer as the Mainers begin their quest to their third NECBL Championship, celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Goodall Park and host the NECBL All-Star game on July 19th.
GO MOOSE!

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2014 MAINERS DAY-BY-DAY


2014 NECBL REGULAR SEASON
DATE
06/06
06/07
06/08
06/09
06/10
06/14
06/15
06/16
06/18
06/20
06/21
06/22
06/23
06/24
06/26
06/27
06/28
06/29
06/30
07/01
07/05
07/07
07/08
07/09
07/11
07/12
07/18
07/19
07/21
07/21
07/22
07/24
07/25
07/26
07/27
07/28
07/28
07/30
07/31
08/01
08/01
08/02

OPPONENT
SCORE
AT Newport Gulls
3-9
North Adams SteepleC 9-8
AT Laconia Muskrats
2-0
Vermont Mountaineers 0-0
AT Keene Swamp Bats
0-0
AT Keene Swamp Bats
6-2
AT Vermont Mountaine 1-4
Newport Gulls
3-4
Ocean State Waves
2-4
Keene Swamp Bats
3-5
Laconia Muskrats
5-10
AT New Bedford Bay S 4-1
North Adams SteepleC 2-1
AT North Adams Steep 7-4
Laconia Muskrats
4-1
AT Vermont Mountaine 2-6
AT Laconia Muskrats 10-5
AT North Adams Steep 3-2
Valley Blue Sox
1-0
Danbury Westerners
6-4
AT North Adams Steep 5-1
AT Danbury Westerner 1-0
Valley Blue Sox
3-0
Mystic Schooners
5-4
Keene Swamp Bats
1-2
Plymouth Pilgrims
2-3
AT Valley Blue Sox
7-0
AT Keene Swamp Bats
1-4
AT Mystic Schooners
5-6
AT Ocean State Waves 2-1
New Bedford Bay Sox
7-0
Laconia Muskrats
7-5
North Adams SteepleC 4-9
Valley Blue Sox
0-4
AT Laconia Muskrats
7-0
Vermont Mountaineers 3-2
AT Vermont Mountaine 1-5
AT Plymouth Pilgrims 2-3
Vermont Mountaineers 4-6
AT Valley Blue Sox
7-3
AT Valley Blue Sox
4-3
Keene Swamp Bats
0-3

RESULT
L
W
W
L
W
W
L
L
L
L
L
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
L
W
L
L
W
W
W
L
L
W
W
L
L
L
W
W
L

RECORD
0-1
1-1
2-1
2-2
3-2
4-2
4-3
4-4
4-5
4-6
4-7
5-7
6-7
7-7
8-7
8-8
9-8
10-8
11-8
12-8
13-8
14-8
15-8
16-8
16-9
16-10
17-10
17-11
17-12
18-12
19-12
20-12
20-13
20-14
21-14
22-14
22-15
22-16
22-17
23-17
24-17
24-18

WINNER
7 - Jack Patterson
13 - Mike Bunal
10 - Jeff Singer
26 - Elliot Ashbeck
25 - Richard Vrana
28 - Cam Hatch
26 - Elliot Ashbeck
33 - Marc Huberman
17 - David Gerber
18 - Eric Lauer
11 - Marc Skinner
30 - Christian Lavoie
28 - Cam Hatch
14 - John Nicklas
25 - Richard Vrana
22 - Jim McDade
22 - Brett Adcock
18 - Anthony Ciavarella
9 - Jonathan Chudy
5 - Nicholas Poore
9 - Jonathan Chudy
22 - Brett Adcock
27 - Robert Ruse
30 - Christian Lavoie
23 - Alex Robinson
11 - Thomas Jankins
30 - Christian Lavoie
16 - Connor Jones
22 - Louis Concato
33 - Ryan Johnson
27 - Robert Ruse
17 - Cody Dube
26 - Zach Prendergast
12 - Daniel Starwalt
22 - Brett Adcock
5 - Nicholas Poore
34 - Daniel Koger
17 - David Murphy
39 - Nick Miceli
14 - John Nicklas
11 - Ben Wessel
15 - Darick Hall

LOSER
37 - Aaron Howell
27 - Coley Bruns
6 - Mariano Rivera
11 - Ben Wessel
13 - Michael Dunnigan
10 - Matthew Crohan
30 - Christian Lavoie
22 - Anthony Ciavarella
2 - Tyler Barss
27 - Robert Ruse
23 - Ryan Johnson
40 - Joe Carvero
31 - Jonah Philley
24 - Brandon Casas
27 - Shea Spitzbarth
27 - Robert Ruse
17 - Adam Frank
33 - Jim Voyles
5 - Joe DiBenedetto
41 - Alex Katz
34 - Trevor Scott
33 - Brian Murphy
3 - Anthony Elia
31 - Frank Trimarco
11 - Ben Wessel
22 - Brett Adcock
28 - Zach Strecker
22 - Brett Adcock
9 - Jonathan Chudy
28 - Jeffrey Paglione
27 - Brad Labozetta
24 - Jordan Sheffield
11 - Ben Wessel
30 - Christian Lavoie
2 - Kyle Miller
37 - Jordan Doyle
10 - Jeff Singer
21 - Jacob Marks
24 - Michael Rescigno
20 - Adam Rutz
17 - Henry Van Zant
21 - Jacob Marks

SAVE

RESULT
L
W
W
W
W
L
L

RECORD
0-1
1-1
2-1
3-1
4-1
4-2
4-3

WINNER
7 - Matt Blandino
25 - Richard Vrana
17 - Cody Dube
22 - Brett Adcock
18 - Anthony Ciavarella
21 - John Kilichowski
7 - Jack Patterson

LOSER
5 - Nicholas Poore
24 - Dominic Severino
9 - Benjamin Criscuolo
22 - Jim McDade
38 - Dalton Goss
5 - Nicholas Poore
25 - Richard Vrana

SAVE
9 - Benjamin Criscuolo
28 - Cam Hatch

22 - Anthony Ciavarella
50 - Jared Gesell
13 - Mike Bunal
23 - Ryan Johnson
20 - Sam Spencer
16 - Mark McCoy
28 - Jeffrey Paglione
9 - Benjamin Criscuolo
21 - Jacob Marks
23 - Ryan Johnson
28 - Cam Hatch
28 - Cam Hatch
28 - Cam Hatch
28 - Cam Hatch
28 - Cam Hatch
9 - Benjamin Criscuolo
26 - Vincenzo Aiello
9 - Benjamin Criscuolo
28 - Cam Hatch
28 - Cam Hatch

28 - Cam Hatch

33 - Ryan Johnson
9 - Benjamin Criscuolo

2014 NECBL PLAYOFFS


DATE OPPONENT
SCORE
08/04 Keene Swamp Bats
1-4
08/05 AT Keene Swamp Bats
3-0
08/06 Keene Swamp Bats
4-3
08/07 AT Vermont Mountaine 4-1
08/08 Vermont Mountaineers 9-6
*08/11 AT Newport Gulls
0-5
*08/12 Newport Gulls
5-8

28 - Cam Hatch
28 - Cam Hatch
13 - Armand Rugel
33 - Marc Huberman

*FAY VINCENT SR. CUP CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

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2014 REGULAR SEASON STATS


2014 Individual Summary Statistics
PLAYER
Stauble, Sam
*Parker, Drake
*Bailey, Caden
Dexter, Sam
*Pagano, Matthew
Berman, Steven
Patrick, Kendall
Lovullo, Nick
*Harris, Matt
Pennington, Walker
Raley, Cory
Hetzel, Dan
#Stypulkowski, Kevin
*Balzano, Sam
Rescigno, Michael
Dube, Cody
#Adcock, Brett

AVG
.364
.295
.254
.254
.250
.248
.245
.220
.215
.209
.207
.188
.176
.143
.143
.000
.000

G
6
38
40
35
35
28
36
37
29
23
37
36
22
37
23
2
1

GS
3
27
34
30
31
27
31
31
21
12
34
30
15
22
19
1
4

AB
11
95
126
114
100
101
94
109
79
43
121
101
51
91
56
3
0

2B
48

3B
6

R
1
12
15
13
9
14
11
13
12
7
18
11
2
6
7
1
0

H
4
28
32
29
25
25
23
24
17
9
25
19
9
13
8
0
0

2B
2
2
6
4
3
7
5
2
2
3
2
5
2
0
2
0
0

3B
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
1
0
0

HR RBI
0
1
1 12
1 15
0
7
0
7
2 15
1
6
0
5
1 12
0
6
2 17
0
5
0
2
0
5
1
9
0
0
0
0

TB
6
33
45
33
28
38
31
26
22
12
37
26
11
13
15
0
0

BB IBB
1
0
14
1
17
1
7
1
14
0
11
0
15
0
25
0
8
0
4
0
17
0
5
0
5
0
9
1
12
0
2
0
0
0

HP
0
1
1
5
0
2
13
0
4
3
0
3
0
2
3
0
0

HP
37

SO
276

SO
2
27
16
15
19
24
20
7
17
9
31
31
6
15
26
0
0

SF
0
0
3
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
0

SH
0
6
4
2
2
1
3
3
1
0
2
2
3
3
1
0
0

SB
1
7
6
6
3
1
1
3
7
1
11
4
0
5
1
0
0

CS
0
3
1
3
0
2
2
5
1
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
0

PA
12
116
151
128
117
115
126
138
93
51
142
112
59
105
72
5
0

OBP
.417
.391
.340
.325
.339
.333
.415
.363
.315
.314
.300
.245
.250
.235
.324
.400
.000

SLG
.545
.347
.357
.289
.280
.376
.330
.239
.278
.279
.306
.257
.216
.143
.268
.000
.000

OPS
.962
.738
.697
.615
.619
.710
.744
.601
.594
.593
.606
.503
.466
.378
.592
.400
.000

E
1
0
7
0
1
0
3
6
3
2
13
2
2
1
2
1
0

CS
PA
22 1575

OBP
.327

SLG
.291

OPS
.617

E
45

TEAM TOTAL BATTING STATS


AVG
.225

G
42

AB
1325

R
153

H
298

HR
9

RBI
125

TB
385

BB
169

IBB
4

SF
11

SH
33

SB
59

SANFORD MAINERS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING STATS


PLAYER
*Ciavarella, Anthony
Lavoie, Christian
*Hatch, Cam
*Vrana, Richard
Barss, Tyler
*Poore, Nicholas
*Chudy, Jonathan
*Adcock, Brett
Ruse, Robert
Marks, Jacob
Dube, Cody
*Johnson, Ryan
Wessel, Ben
Nicklas, John
*Singer, Jeff
Rescigno, Michael

ERA
1.08
1.20
1.35
1.72
1.80
1.80
2.04
2.46
2.81
2.94
3.38
3.38
3.50
3.68
4.02
6.75

W-L
1-1
3-2
2-0
2-0
0-1
2-0
2-1
3-2
2-2
0-2
1-0
1-1
1-3
2-0
1-1
0-1

G GS CG SHO SV
11 0 0
0 1
8 7 0
0 0
15 0 0
0 8
6 6 0
0 0
14 0 0
0 0
7 4 0
0 0
16 0 0
0 0
6 4 1
1 0
5 5 0
0 0
10 1 0
0 1
12 0 0
0 0
14 0 0
0 3
7 6 1
0 0
11 1 0
0 0
9 7 0
0 0
3 0 0
0 0

IP
16.2
45.0
13.1
31.1
15.0
25.0
17.2
25.2
25.2
15.1
13.1
21.1
36.0
14.2
40.1
6.2

H R ER BB IBB SO HR 2B 3B
9 3 2 3
0 11 0 3 0
36 10 6 2
0 19 0 4 2
8 2 2 8
0 15 0 1 0
31 7 6 5
0 28 0 6 0
13 5 3 4
0 17 0 2 0
14 5 5 7
0 25 0 1 1
14 5 4 6
0 22 0 3 0
17 7 7 3
0 31 1 3 0
20 10 8 6
0 26 0 3 0
9 6 5 11
1 12 1 1 0
13 5 5 2
0 13 1 2 0
17 8 8 6
1 20 2 2 0
37 19 14 3
0 16 0 5 1
11 7 6 6
0 18 0 2 0
47 19 18 13
0 30 2 3 1
7 5 5 5
1 7 1 2 0

BF
66
168
57
124
65
94
72
94
103
65
57
86
147
63
180
34

OAVG WP HB BK
.153 0 3 0
.220 1 0 0
.174 2 1 0
.272 0 0 0
.220 2 1 0
.167 1 0 2
.215 2 0 0
.193 1 2 0
.217 2 2 0
.173 0 0 0
.255 0 1 0
.218 0 1 0
.268 1 2 0
.200 0 1 0
.296 2 3 0
.280 1 3 0

TEAM TOTAL PITCHING STATS


ERA
2.70

G
42

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GS
42

CG
2

SHO
1

SV
14

IP
370.0

H
314

R
136

ER
111

BB
101

IBB
4

SO
314

HR
8

2B
46

3B
BF
5 1521

OAVG
.231

WP
19

HB
20

BK
2

Sanford Mainers Baseball

2014 BY THE NUMBERS


SANFORD MAINERS PLAYOFF STATS
Raley, Cory
*Balzano, Sam
Dexter, Sam
*Pagano, Matthew
*Bailey, Caden
Hetzel, Dan
*Parker, Drake
Rescigno, Michael
Patrick, Kendall
#Stypulkowski, Kevin
Lovullo, Nick
*Harris, Matt
Pennington, Walker
Stauble, Sam
Berman, Steven

AVG
.370
.313
.276
.273
.222
.200
.190
.167
.154
.143
.136
.133
.000
.000
.000

G
7
6
7
5
7
6
7
3
6
5
6
6
1
2
3

GS
7
5
7
4
7
6
6
1
4
4
6
6
0
0
0

AB
27
16
29
11
27
20
21
6
13
14
22
15
2
2
3

R
4
3
3
2
1
3
2
1
1
2
1
3
0
0
0

2B
6

3B
1

HR
3

H
10
5
8
3
6
4
4
1
2
2
3
2
0
0
0

2B
2
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0

3B
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

HR RBI
0
3
0
1
0
5
0
1
1
1
1
5
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
1
3
0
0
0
0
0
0

TB
12
5
10
4
9
8
4
1
3
2
4
5
0
0
0

BB IBB
3
1
3
0
1
0
0
0
4
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

HP
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
2
0
0
0

HP
5

SO
58

SO
11
2
4
5
4
3
6
4
6
0
5
4
1
1
2

SF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0

SH
0
1
2
0
0
1
1
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
0

SB
3
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0

CS
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0

PA
30
20
32
11
31
23
24
6
18
15
26
19
2
2
3

OBP
.433
.421
.300
.273
.323
.273
.261
.167
.313
.200
.200
.278
.000
.000
.000

SLG
.444
.313
.345
.364
.333
.400
.190
.167
.231
.143
.182
.333
.000
.000
.000

OPS
.878
.734
.645
.636
.656
.673
.451
.333
.543
.343
.382
.611
.000
.000
.000

E
1
1
1
1
3
0
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
0

CS
4

PA
262

OBP
.292

SLG
.294

OPS
.586

E
10

TEAM TOTAL BATTING STATS


AVG
.219

G
7

AB
228

R
26

H
50

RBI
23

TB
67

BB
19

IBB
2

SF
1

SH
9

R ER BB IBB SO HR 2B 3B
0 0 1
0 8 0 0 0
0 0 1
0 7 0 0 0
0 0 1
0 1 0 1 0
0 0 0
0 1 0 0 0
4 0 1
0 3 1 1 0
1 1 3
0 5 0 1 0
4 1 0
0 4 1 1 0
5 3 4
1 12 0 3 0
3 2 0
0 1 0 1 0
6 5 2
0 12 0 4 1
4 4 1
0 2 0 0 0

BF
22
14
10
8
13
23
22
51
23
49
19

SB
9

SANFORD MAINERS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING STATS


PLAYER
*Chudy, Jonathan
*Hatch, Cam
Dube, Cody
*Johnson, Ryan
Barss, Tyler
*Adcock, Brett
*Ciavarella, Anthony
*Vrana, Richard
Lavoie, Christian
*Poore, Nicholas
Ruse, Robert

ERA
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.50
1.80
2.13
3.38
3.75
9.00

W-L
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
1-0
1-1
0-0
0-2
0-0

G GS CG SHO SV
3 0 0
0 0
4 0 0
0 3
2 0 0
0 0
1 0 0
0 0
3 0 0
0 0
1 1 0
0 0
4 0 0
0 0
2 2 0
0 0
1 1 0
0 0
2 2 0
0 0
1 1 0
0 0

IP
6.2
4.0
3.0
2.0
2.1
6.0
5.0
12.2
5.1
12.0
4.0

H
2
1
2
2
3
3
6
7
5
13
6

ER
16

BB
14

OAVG WP HB BK
.105 0 1 0
.077 0 0 0
.222 0 0 0
.250 0 0 0
.250 0 0 0
.167 2 0 0
.286 0 1 0
.156 0 1 0
.227 0 0 0
.295 0 0 0
.353 1 1 0

TEAM TOTAL PITCHING STATS


ERA
2.29

G
7

GS
7

CG
0

SHO
0

2015 Media Guide

SV
3

IP
63.0

H
50

R
27

IBB
1

SO
56

HR
2

2B
12

3B
BF OAVG
1 254 .219

WP
3

HB
4

BK
0

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2015 BY THE NUMBERS


2015 SANFORD MAINERS COLLEGIATE STATS (HITTERS)
No.

Name

College

AVG.

AB

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB

CS

Brandon Bingel

Bryant Univ.

.317

53

180

39

57

31

19

27

11

18

Jake Bivens

U of Michigan

.315

63

213

43

68

19

34

22

13

22

Chris Gaetano

Monmouth U.

.286

42

154

26

44

24

16

30

14

Andruw Gazzola

Stony Brook
Univ

.315

51

184

32

58

27

21

17

12

Dan Hetzel

Cochise College

.333

58

201

34

67

10

44

23

22

27

Shaine Hughes

Monmouth U.

.289

44

159

25

46

12

34

22

31

10

Robbie Knightes

St. Johns Univ.

.321

48

156

23

50

19

15

15

12

13

Mike Mastroberti

Southern New
Hampshire U.

.222

Nolan Rogers

Vanderbilt U.

.254

42

71

10

18

12

26

Brendan Skidmore

Binghamton U.

.303

40

145

19

44

11

34

12

30

25

Johnny Slater

U of Michigan

.229

56

144

27

33

25

15

26

Nate Stepna

Cochise College

.315

55

203

55

64

21

41

23

33

31

Trae Sweeting

Georgia St. U.

.306

42

111

21

34

13

11

23

36

Dalton Thomas

Meridian CC

.308

47

169

31

52

15

43

15

25

35

Harrison Wenson

U of Michigan

..095

12

21

10

19

Hunter Wood

U. of Western
Kentucky

.211

41

114

14

24

10

12

39

.297

696

2,234

23

42

370

241 376

81

21

97

TOTAL

402 663 131

No.

Name

College

GS

ERA

SV

CG

IP

ER

BB

HR

OPP. AVG

23

Joey Abraham

Vanderbilt Univ.

7.94

5.2

10

.333

26

Michael Bunal

Binghamton Univ.

11

11

3.96

50.0

46

33

22

21

41

.241

24

Aaron Casper

Canisius College

14

4.09

22.0

24

15

10

10

11

.270

17

Cody Dube

Keene St. College

2.45

36.2

34

17

10

12

45

.243

32

Ben Greenberg

Fordham University

17

10

2.48

69.0

77

26

19

21

32

.291

Hayden Heflin

Spartansburg Methodist
College.

13

1.40

25.2

24

16

14

24

.255

Shawn Hunter

Univ. of Oklahoma

10

4.70

7.2

.290

33

Blake Morgan

N. Carolina Central U.

21

3.34

29.2

39

15

11

11

27

.252

21

Iannick Remillard

Canisius College

20

4.11

10

35.0

38

24

16

12

41

.268

28

David Rosenberger

U of Virginia

16

5.46

31.1

42

20

19

10

18

.331

10

Ian Searless

Southern New
Hampshire U.

3.60

10.0

.242

16

Brendan Shea

Univ. of Mass-Lowell

10.13

21.1

31

25

24

11

.348

11

Ben Wessel

Rhode Island (U of)

11

6.35

34.0

40

26

24

24

.301

34

Vincent Whitenight

St. Edwards Univ.

16

4.91

22.0

17

14

12

16

19

.215

177

36

2.52

19

32

13

660

437

246

185

160

314

24

TOTAL

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Sanford Mainers Baseball

DRAFTED ALUMNI
All Information on Mainer Alums is current through June 7, 2014

In 2014, seven former Sanford Mainers were selected in the Major League Baseball draft, the most since 2012
when eight former Mainers were drafted. Since 2003, fifty-six Mainers were drafted or played professional
baseball, including four in the Major Leagues.

Mainers To The Majors

Kevin Slowey
Pitcher, Free Agent
Kevin, who has averages 11 wins
in the past three seasons for the
Minnesota Twins, played for the
Sanford Mainers in 2004. He is
currently a free agent after battling
for a rotation spot for the Philadelphia Phillies this Spring Training.

Andy Sonnanstine

Jason Motte

Pitcher, Retired

Pitcher, Chicago Cubs

A 13-game winner for the Tampa Bay


Rays in 2008, Andy took the mound
for the Mainers in the summers of
2002 and 2003. His last MLB appearance was Sept. 20, 2011 with the
Rays.

A 2002 Mainer, the converted catcher was a


stronghold in the Cards bullpen, appearing in
a total of 125 games in 2009 and 2010.
Motte also won his first World Series with the
Cardinals last MLB season. He currently is
with the Chicago Cubs serving as a relief
pitcher.

Michael RothPitcher, Los Angeles Angels Roth played for the Mainers in 2009 and 2010. Won two College
World Series titles with the University of South Carolina. He made his Major League debut with the Angles on April
13, 2013. Roth went 2-1 in 22 appearances including one start. He currently is in the Cleveland Indians system.
Ryan ReidPitcher, Pittsburgh Pirates After being drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2006, Reid spent his
professional career in the Rays minor league system. The pirates purchased Reids contract and called him up on
June 3, 2013. He was designated for assignment later that year and was picked up by the New York Mets.
Other Drafted Mainers

2003
Player

Drafted By

Dusty Young

Marlins

Kevin Culpepper

Twins
2004

Simons Williams
John Slone

Pirates
Cardinals

Patrick Green

Royals
Mets
2005

John Slone

Padres

Mark Minicozzi

Giants

Eric Fowler

Rays

Chris Fournier

Mets
2008

Astros

Andre Enriquez

Nationals

Ryan Crew

Brewers
2006

Jake Smith

Athletics

Ryan Reid

Rays

Matt Matulia

Cubs

Matt Greg Dowling

Athletics

Ricky Caputo

Nationals

Matt Long

White Sox

Player

Drafted By

Greg Paiml

2015 Media Guide

White Sox

Royals

Tyler Mizenko

Giants

Adam Matthews

Orioles

Doug Elliot

Brewers

Shane Davis

Blue Jays
Twins

Phillies

Will Clinard

Mike Vass

Brewers

Pat Cantwell

Tyler Stovall

Reds

Dan Richardson

Cardinals

Shawn Haviland

Athletics

Chad Durakis
Jeremy Beckham

Orioles
2012

Pat Cantwell

Rangers

Mike Augliera

Red Sox

Anthony Gomez

Marlins

Orioles

Joey Wendle

Indians

Rays

Will Clinard

Tigers

Charlie Haslup

Yankees

Adam Matthews

Reds

2009
Phil Negus

White Sox

Pat Lehman

Nationals

Kevin Landry

Orioles

Brian Kemp

Astros

Devin Harris

Orioles

James Bourque

Nationals

Luke Demko

Giants

Jordan Betts

Red Sox

Rohn Pierce

Mariners

Conor Krauss

Reds

Nic Wilson

Rays

Paul Kronenfeld

Reds

Billy Bereszniewicz

Dodgers

A.J. Casario

White Sox

Greg Hopkins

Brewers
2010

Ethan Wilson

White Sox

Bob Stumpo

Phillies

Neil Holland

Nationals

Justin Hilt

2007

Indians

Matt Murray

Mike Zaccardo

Blue Jays

Tip Fairchild

White Sox

Will Kline

Cardinals

Matt Scherer

Kyle Brown

Dale Mollenhauer

2011
Michael Roth

Kyle Helisek

Cardinals
2013

Caron Cross

Pirates
2014

Diamonbacks

Adam Duvall

Giants

Ryan Cole

Astros

Steven Brooks

Cubs

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS
Individual Hitting
Batting Average (Min 90 AB) At
Bats
Runs
Hits
Doubles
Triples
Homeruns
RBI
Walks
Hit by Pitch
Strikeouts
On Base Percentage
Slugging Percentage
Stolen Bases
Caught Stealing
Grounded Into Double Plays
Errors

.398
181*
38
72*
14
7
11
38
36
14
51
.506
.577
32
7
5
21

Brian Kemp (2007)


Brian Kemp (2007)
Brian Kemp (2007)
Brian Kemp (2007)
Dylan Pratt (2009)
Mark Micowski (2009)
Jordan Betts (2012)
Jordan Betts (2012)
Paul Kronenfeld (2011)
Marlon Calbi (2011)
Billy Quinn (2003), Matt Matulia (2003)
Anthony DAlfonso (2008)
Ryan Crew 2004
Brian Kemp (2007)
Jeremy Beckham (2006), Corey Hunt (2008)
Several Players
Andy Scheit (2002)

Individual Pitching
ERA (Min 28 IP)
Wins
Losses
Saves
Innings Pitched
Earned Runs
Strikeouts
Homeruns Allowed
Hits Allowed
Fewest Hits Allowed
Games
Games Started

0.80
5
6
9
57.2
3
59
6
51
13
19
8

Matt Murray (2009)


Bret Urban (2005), Shawn Haviland (2006), Jason Bowman (2008)Steven Rice (2013)
Tripp Davis (2012)
Tyler Mizenko (2009)
Andy Sonnanstine (2003)
Matt Murray (2009)
Kevin Slowey (2004)
Luke Lambo (2002), Dustin Ramey (2009), Steven Rice (2012)
Tripp Davis (2012)
Patrick Green (2003)
Jason Patten (2011)
Andy Sonnanstine (2003), Ryan Lapointe
(2007), Kevin Landry (2007), Tripp Davis (2012) Andy Sonnanstine (2003),

Complete Games

Shutouts
Batting Average Against

1
.143*

Brett Adcock (2014) John Schoenholtz (2005), Luke Demko (2007) Several Players
Andy Sonnanstine (2003)

28-13 (.683)
15-27 (.357)
.279
2.70
380
266
215
148
62
17
29
34
175
208
101
43*
51
354
322
28
27
20
97*
1,258
14,692

2003
2002
2008
2014
2003
2009
2008
2003
2009
2004
2012
2012
2011
2007
2003
2006
2011
2011
2002
2003, 2008
2002
2006
2002
June 12, 2004
2005

Team Records
Best Record
Worst Record
Batting Average
Earned Run Average
Hits
Hits Allowed
Runs
Runs Allowed
Doubles
Triples
Homeruns
Homeruns Allowed
Walks
Walks Allowed
Stolen Bases
Caught Stealing
Hit by Pitch
Strikeouts by Hitters
Strikeouts by Pitchers
Wins
Losses
Saves
Errors
Single Game Attendance
Single Season Attendance

* - Indicates NECBL Record

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Sanford Mainers Baseball

MAINERS YEAR-BY-YEAR
2002: The Inaugural Season
Record: 15-27 (Fourth in Northern Division, did not qualify for playoffs)
Attendance (Total/Average/Single Game High): 13,829/658/1,105 (June 8)
All-NECBL Players: Cory Lizarraga (Second Team OF), Luke Lampo (Second Team DH)
Average: Cory Lizarraga (.288)
Home Runs: Dusty Young (4)
RBI: Miguel Paquette (14)
Stolen Bases: Cory Lizarraga (12)
Wins: Doug Flere, Ryan Adams (3)
Losses: Doug Flere (4)
Saves: Derek McCready (3)
Innings: Phil Bojc (48.1)
Strikeouts: Andy Sonnanstine (44)
ERA: Andy Sonnanstine (1.19)
2003: Quite a Turnaround
Record: 28-13 (First in Northern Division, Eliminated in second round of playoffs)
Attendance (Total/Average/Single Game High): 9,968/474/816 (July 12)
All-Star Starters: John Slone (C), Greg Dowling (1B), Chris Ard (3B)
All-Star Reserves: Aaron Izaryk (DH), Tyler Saneholtz (P), Andy Sonnanstine (P)
All-NECBL Players: Greg Dowling (First Team 1B), Kyle Brown (First Team OF),
John Slone (Second Team C), Andy Sonnanstine (Second Team P)
Award Winners: Andy Sonnanstine (Most Improved Player)
Average: John Slone, Aaron Izaryk (.321)
Home Runs: Billy Quinn (4)
RBI: Sam Mitchell (23)
Stolen Bases: Kyle Brown (31)
Wins: Matt Long, A. Sonnanstine, Greg Norton (4)
Losses: Phil Bojc (2)
Saves: Matt Scherer (3)
Innings: Andy Sonnanstine (57.2)
Strikeouts: Andy Sonnanstine (57)
ERA: Andy Sonnanstine (1.40)
2004: The Championship
Record: 23-19 (Third in Northern Division, NECBL Champions)
Attendance (Total/Average/Single Game High): 12,760/607/1,258 (June 12)
All-Star Starters: Ryan Crew (OF), Jeremy Crum (OF)
All-Star Reserves: Kevin Slowey (P)
All-NECBL Players: Kevin Slowey (First Team P), Jake Smith (Second Team C),
Ryan Crew (Second Team OF)
Award Winners: Kevin Slowey (Top Pitcher), Scott Brown (Manager of the Year)
Average: Ryan Crew (.346)
Home Runs: Ryan Crew (6)
RBI: Ryan Crew (30)
Stolen Bases: Jeremy Crum (14)
Wins: Kevin Slowey, Craig Cobb (4)
Losses: Matt Farrington (4)
Saves: Ryan Crew (4)
Innings: Craig Cobb (50.2)
Strikeouts: Kevin Slowey (59)
ERA: Kevin Slowey (1.44)
2005: Playoffs Round Three
Record: 23-19 (Fourth in Northern Division, Eliminated in first round of playoffs)
Attendance (Total/Average/Single Game High): 14,692/699/1,033 (June 12)
All-Star Starters: Travis Musolf (OF)
All-Star Reserves: Ryan Reid (P), Brian Towler (C), Dale Mollenhauer (SS),
All-NECBL Players: Travis Musolf (First Team OF), Brian Towler (Second Team C)
Award Winners: Ryan Reid (10th Player Award)
Average: Travis Musolf (.322)
Home Runs: Brian Towler (2)
RBI: Brian Towler (24)
Stolen Bases: Travis Musolf (17)
Wins: Bret Urban (5)
Losses: Eric Gibbons (4)
Saves: Matt Pustay (4)
Innings: John Schoenholtz (54)
Strikeouts: Ryan Reid (40)
ERA: Ryan Reid (1.18)
2006: Oh So Close
Record: 26-16 (Second in Northern Division, Eliminated in second round of playoffs)
Attendance (Total/Average/Single Game High): 12,889/613/849 (July 1)
All-Star Starters: Matt S. Miller (OF), Steve Paddock (DH)
All-Star Reserves: Chad Durakis (C), T.J. Sheridan (P)
All-NECBL Players: Mike Vass (Second Team OF), Matt S. Miller (Second Team OF)
Average: Matt S. Miller (.313)
Home Runs: Mike Vass (4)
RBI: Steve Paddock (26)
Stolen Bases: Greg Paiml (13)
Wins: Shawn Haviland (5)
Losses: Ryan Lobban (4)
Saves: Ryne Reynoso (8)
Innings: Brad Unger (53.1)
Strikeouts: Tom Close (37)
ERA: Tom Close (1.71)

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MAINERS YEAR-BY-YEAR
2007: Wait Til Next Year
Record: 19-24 (Tied for Fifth in Northern Division, did not qualify for playoffs)
Attendance (Total/Average/Single Game High): 11,751/560/822 (July 20)
All-Star Starters: Brian Kemp (OF)
All-Star Reserves: Jeff Grantham (2nd), Kevin Landry (P), Bubba Ruddy (C)
All-NECBL Players: Brian Kemp (First Team OF)
Award Winners: Brian Kemp (Most Valuable Player, Batting Champion)
Average: Brian Kemp (.398)
Home Runs: Buddy Ruddy (2)
RBI: Tyler Stovall (26)
Stolen Bases: Brian Kemp (32)
Wins: Kevin Landry (4)
Losses: Ryan Lapointe (4)
Saves: N. Carlucci (2), B. Carnline (2), P. Negus (2)
Innings: Kevin Landy (52.2)
Strikeouts: Luke Demko (46)
ERA: Kevin Landry (2.05)
2008: Second Time Just as Sweet
Record: 28-14 (First in the Northern Division, NECBL Champions)
Attendance (Total/Average/Single Game High): 11,513/548/803 (July 28)
All-Star Starters: Kyle Groth (1B), Matthew Nandin (SS)
All-Star Reserves: Corey Hunt (3B), Tony Chisman (P), Pat Lehman (P)
All-NECBL Players: Matthew Nandin (First Team 2B), Kyle Groth (Second Team 1B), Corey Hunt
(Second Team 3B), Anthony DAlfonso (Second Team DH)
Award Winners: Corey Hunt (Definsive Player of the Year)
Average: Anthony DAlfonso (.426)
Home Runs: D. Harris, Joseph (4)
RBI: DAlfonso, Joseph, Greenberg (20)
Stolen Bases: Steve Brooks (10)
Wins: Jason Bowman (5)
Losses: Nick Cenatiempo (4)
Saves: Ryan Cole (7)
Innings: Pat Lehman (47.1)
Strikeouts: Pat Lehman (42)
ERA: Pat Lehman (1.52)
2009: Blame It On The Rain
Record: 23-16-1 (Second in the Eastern Division, Eliminated in second round of playoffs)
Attendance (Total/Average/Single Game High): 9,818/516/794 (July 28)
All-Star Starters: Mark Micowski (OF)
All-Star Reserves: Tyler Mizenko (P), Matt Murray (P), Matt Marra (3B), Dylan Pratt (OF)
All-NECBL Players: Tyler Mizenko (First Team, Closer), Mark Micowski (Second Team, OF)
Award Winners: Tyler Mizenko (Top Relief Pitcher)
Average: Dylan Pratt (.341)
Home Runs: Pratt, Hilt (2)
RBI: Dylan Pratt (25)
Stolen Bases: Matt Marra (15)
Wins: Guarassi, Snow, Leininger, Holland (3)
Losses: Guarassi, Holland (3)
Saves: Tyler Mizenko (9)
Innings: Ken Monteith (37.1)
Strikeouts: Chad OConnor (46)
ERA: Matt Murray (0.80)
2010: Mainers Cant Navigate
Record: 23-19 (Third in Eastern Division, Eliminated in first round of playoffs)
Attendance (Total/Average/Single Game High): 10,389/495/835 (July 31)
All-Star Starters: Anthony Gomez (3B), Jim Schult (OF),
All-Star Reserves: Dustin Ramey (P), Eric Ruth (P), Doug Elliot (C), , Brett Mollenhauer (SS), Joe Wendle (2B)
All-NECBL Players: Joe Wendle (First Team, 2B), Brett Mollenhauer (Second Team, SS)
Award Winners: Jim Schult (10th Player Award)
Average: Jim Schult (.333)
Home Runs: Schult, Doyon, Wendle,
Roth, McCann (2)
RBI: Doug Elliot (16)
Stolen Bases: Joe Wendle (11)
Wins: Colin Snow (4)
Losses: Shane Davis (3)
Saves: Eric Ruth (6)
Innings: Kyle Helisek (41.2)
Strikeouts: Ruth, Snow (35)
ERA: Dustin Ramey (1.82)

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MAINERS YEAR-BY-YEAR
2011: Too Close For Comfort
Record: 20-22 (Third in Eastern Division, Eliminated in second round of playoffs)
Attendance (Total/Average/Single Game High): 11,090/555/896 (June 29)
All-Star Reserves: AJ Bazdanes (P), Tyler Mizenko (P), Paul Kronenfeld (1B), Brett Mollenhauer (2B)
All-NECBL Players: Brett Mollenhauer (First Team, 2B)
Average: Justin Leisenheimer (.355)
Home Runs: Mike Montville (7)
RBI: Mike Montville (21)
Stolen Bases: Mollenhauer, Calbi (18)
Wins: Davis, DePierro (3)
Losses: Stevens, Balentina, DePierro (3)
Saves: Tyler Mizenko (8)
Innings: Tommy Lawrence (42.2)
Strikeouts: Tripp Davis (37)
ERA: Tommy Lawrence (1.48)
2012: Not in the Cards
Record: 15-26 (Fourth in Eastern Division, Eliminated in first round of playoffs)
Attendance (Total/Average/Single Game High): 10,089/504/711 (June 27)
All-Star Starters: Jordan Hagel (OF)
All-Star Reserves: Jordan Betts (3B), Will Cooper (OF), Anthony Hajjar (DH), Nate LaPointe (C), Rohn
Pierce (P),
All-NECBL Players: Jordan Hagel (Second Team, OF)
Average: Jordan Hagel (.356)
Home Runs: Jordan Betts (11)
RBI: Jordan Betts (38)
Stolen Bases: Torralba (9)
Wins: Ferris, Pierce, Ashworth, Rice, Gorman, Davis (2)
Losses: Tripp Davis (6)
Saves: Haslup, Rice (2)
Innings: Tripp Davis (44.2)
Strikeouts: Tripp Davis (42)
ERA: Charlie Haslup (1.17)
2013: Down to the Wire
Record: 22-23 (Fourth in Eastern Division, Eliminated in first round of playoffs)
Attendance (Total/Average/Single Game High): 9,601/436
All-Star Starters: Troy Black (2B), Steven Rice (CL), Cole Martin (C)
All-Star Reserves: None
All-NECBL Players: Steven Rice (CL)
Average: Sam Balzano (.310)
Home Runs: Nic Wilson (5)
RBI: Nic Wilson (22)
Stolen Bases: Troy Black (13)
Wins: Steven Rice
(5)
Losses: E.J. Ashworth (6)
Saves: Steven Rice (6)
Innings: E.J. Ashworth (47)
Strikeouts: Steven Rice (52)
ERA: Steven Rice (0.94)
2014: A Familiar Foe/Northern Division Champions
Record: 24-18 (2nd in the Northern Division, lost in Championship series 2-0 to Newport)
Attendance (Total/Average/Single Game High): 10,084/480
All-Star Starters: Rich Vrana, Matt Pagano, Stevie Berman, Cam Hatch, Drake Parker, Christian Lavoie
All-Star Reserves: None
All-NECBL Players: Cam Hatch (Top Relief pitcher)
Average: Drake Parker (.295)
Home Runs: Stevie Berman/Cory Raley (2)
RBI: Cory Raley (17)
Stolen Bases: Cory Raley (11)
Wins: Brett Adcock, Christian Lavoie (3)
Losses: Ben Wessel (3)
Saves: Cam Hatch (8)
Innings: Christian Lavoie (45.0)
Strikeouts: Brett Adcock (31)
ERA: Christian Lavoie (1.20)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS
2002 (15-27)
6/8
Mill City
5-4, W
6/9
Manchester
7-5, W
6/13
at Concord
0-3, L
6/14
Torrington
7-5, W
6/16
North Adams
1-2, L (13)
6/17
at Mill City
5-6, L
6/18
Mill City
4-6, L
6/20
at Keene
5-3, W
6/21
Middletown
5-3, W
6/23
Manchester
1-2, L
6/25
Concord
1-6, L
6/26
at Concord
1-5, L
6/27
at Newport
1-13, L
6/28
at Thread City
5-1, W
6/29
at Riverpoint
4-1, W
6/30
at Middletown
0-3, L
7/1
at Thread City
6-1, W
7/4
Thread City
10-6, W
7/5
Riverpoint
6-2, W
7/6
at Torrington
7-2, W
7/9
Danbury
0-7, L
7/10
at Concord
0-1, L
7/11
at Mill City
4-8, L
7/12
at Manchester
1-5, L
7/13
at Danbury
8-6, W (11)
7/14
Torrington
3-4, L (10)
7/15
at Keene
1-8, L
7/16
at Newport
0-1, L
7/17
at Keene
6-9, L
7/21
at Middletown
2-7, L
7/22
at Mill City
1-8, L
7/23
Concord
6-0, W
7/19
at Riverpoint*
6-0, W
7/25
Keene
1-3, L
7/25
Keene
2-4, L
7/26
Newport
1-3, L
7/27
at North Adams&
2-0, W
7/27
North Adams
2-5, L (11)
7/28
Danbury
1-6, L
7/29
Keene
1-3, L
7/30
Mill City
0-11, L
8/1
Concord
0-8, L
* Game suspended on 7/19, finished on 7/24
& Played at Sanford
2003 (28-13, 2-2 in playoffs)
6/8
Manchester
8-2, W
6/10
at Concord
2-3, L
6/14
Middletown
5-4, W (11)
6/17
Keene
3-4, L
6/18
at North Adams
6-2, W
6/19
at Keene
6-4, W (11)
6/20
Newport
3-0, W
6/22
Danbury
2-1, W
6/24
Mill City
9-1, W
6/25
at Mill City
5-1, W
6/26
at Concord
3-4, L (10)
6/27
Riverpoint
9-5, W
6/28
at Danbury
9-6, W
6/29
at Torrington
3-2, W (15)
7/1
at Mill City
9-5, W
7/3
Vermont
4-3, W
7/4
Concord
3-0, W
7/5
Torrington
2-6, L
7/6
at Vermont
7-3, W
7/8
North Adams
7-6, W (11)
7/10
at Keene
9-10, L
7/12
Mill City
6-3, W
7/14
at North Adams
3-2, W (18)
7/15
at Concord
2-4, L
7/17
at Mill City
4-1, W
7/18
at North Adams
3-4, L
7/19
Thread City
0-4, L
7/20
at Middletown
3-6, L
7/21
Keene
5-2, W

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7/24
Keene
7/25
at Manchester
7/26
North Adams
7/26
at Thread City*
7/29
Concord
7/29
Concord
7/30
at Vermont
7/31
at Keene
8/2
Vermont
8/2
Vermont
8/3
Mill City&
8/3
at Newport
8/5
North Adams^
8/6
at North Adams^
8/8
Keene%
8/9
at Keene%
* Played at Sanford
& Played at Mill City
^ Northern Division Semifinals
% Northern Division Finals
2004 (23-19, 6-3 in playoffs)
6/11
at Newport
6/12
Holyoke
6/13
Manchester
6/14
at Riverpoint
6/16
at Vermont
6/17
at Concord
6/18
Berkshire
6/20
Newport
6/22
Vermont
6/23
at Keene
6/24
at Concord
6/26
at Manchester
6/27
at Berkshire
6/29
at North Adams
6/30
at Mill City
7/2
Riverpoint
7/3
Concord
7/4
at Vermont
7/6
Mill City
7/7
at North Adams
7/8
Keene
7/9
North Adams
7/10
Danbury
7/11
at Holyoke
7/12
Concord
7/13
Keene
7/14
at Keene
7/15
Vermont
7/17
at Concord
7/18
Torrington
7/19
North Adams
7/20
Keene
7/21
at Mill City
7/22
Concord
7/23
at Vermont
7/24
Mill City
7/26
Mill City
7/27
North Adams
7/28
at Mill City
7/29
at Keene
7/30
at Danbury
7/31
at Torrington
8/2
at North Adams*
8/3
North Adams*
8/4
at North Adams*
8/5
at Keene&
8/6
Keene&
8/7
at Keene&
8/9
at Newport^
8/10
Newport^
8/11
at Newport^
*Northern Division Semifinals
& Northern Division Finals
^ NECBL Championship Series

6-4, W
0-5, L
1-10, L
3-1, W
2-3, L
6-10, L
3-1, W
12-5, W
5-0, W
2-1, W
8-7, W
7-3, W
3-1, W
9-0, W
2-12, L
6-7, L

1-4, L
6-4, W
1-2, L (11)
8-0, W
9-1, W
4-5, L (12)
6-5, W
5-0, W
8-3, W
9-5, W
2-1, W
3-4, L
18-4, W
1-0, W
5-6, L
4-6, L
2-3, L
6-1, W
7-3, W
1-5, L
6-8, L
2-3, L
4-8, L
7-4, W
8-0, W
5-6, L (5)
0-9, L
2-8, L
3-2, W
5-4, W (12)
7-5, W
4-5, L
2-6, L
4-1, W
5-2, W
3-1, W
1-0, W (10)
5-3, W (8)
1-4, L
6-2, W
2-11, L
3-5, L
9-2, W
3-6, L
1-0, W
8-9, L
3-2, W
6-5, W
3-4, L
6-5, W (10)
6-4, W

2005 (23-19, 0-2 in playoffs)


6/8
at Vermont
5-0, W
6/11
at Keene
0-4, L
6/12
Holyoke
0-7, L
6/15
at Concord
5-1, W
6/16
at Keene
1-2, L (6)
6/19
Pittsfield
6-2, W
6/20
at Danbury
3-1, W
6/21
at Concord
7-4, W
6/17
Concord*
3-2, W
6/24
Concord
6-5, W (10)
6/25
at Vermont
2-9, L
6/26
Manchester
0-4, L
6/27
Vermont
2-1, W
6/28
Danbury
8-5, W
6/29
at Vermont
5-1, W
6/30
at Manchester
2-5, L
7/1
Mill City
3-9, L
6/10
Mill City&
8-0, W
7/2
Concord
2-1, W
7/3
at Newport
5-3, W
7/4
at North Adams
6-5, W
7/5
Keene
0-5, L
7/7
at Keene
5-6, L
7/9
Newport
5-2, W
7/10
at Concord
1-4, L
7/12
Vermont
4-8, L
7/13
at Mill City
6-4, W
7/15
Holyoke
4-1, W
7/16
at Holyoke
5-6, L
7/18
at Mill City
3-7, L
7/18
at Mill City
9-3, W
7/19
North Adams
2-3, L
7/20
at Holyoke
1-3, L
7/21
Keene
1-2, L
7/22
at Pittsfield
10-9, W (8)
7/23
Torrington
7-0, W
7/25
Keene
9-3, W
7/26
Mill City
5-1, W
7/28
at Holyoke
3-4, L
7/29
Vermont
1-9, L
7/30
Holyoke
4-3, W
7/31
at Torrington
3-4, L (11)
8/2
at Keene^
1-2, L
8/3
Keene^
3-6, L
* Game suspended on 6/17 at Sanford, finished
on 6/21 at Concord
& Game suspended on 6/10, finished on 7/1
^ Northern Division Semifinals
2006 (26-16, 3-2 in playoffs)
6/10
Newport
5-7, L
6/11
Torrington
8-7, W
6/13
at Newport
2-1, W (10)
6/14
Keene
5-7, L
6/15
at Pittsfield
4-3, W (10)
6/16
Concord
8-7, W
6/17
Holyoke
2-1, W
6/20
Keene
6-5, W
6/21
Vermont
3-9, L
6/22
Vermont
4-7, L
6/23
at Concord
2-4, L
6/24
at Vermont
6-1, W
6/25
at Vermont
2-1, W
6/27
at Torrington
0-1, L
6/28
Vermont
2-4, L
7/3
at Vermont
0-2, L
6/29
at Manchester
3-4, L
7/1
North Adams
9-6, W
7/4
Lowell
18-1, W
7/5
at Concord
5-6, L
7/6
Keene
2-1, W
7/7
at Keene
6-3, W
7/8
at Danbury
3-2, W
7/9
Holyoke
5-9, L (11)
7/10
at Lowell
5-1, W
7/13
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4-3, W

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ALL-TIME RESULTS
7/14
at Keene
6-11, L
7/15
Concord
8-5, W
7/16
Concord
5-3, W
7/17
at Lowell
4-3, W (12)
7/18
Pittsfield
9-1, W
7/19
at Keene
11-2, W
7/20
at Holyoke
1-3, L
7/21
Lowell
13-6, W
7/24
at North Adams
0-5, L
7/25
Holyoke
5-2, W
7/26
at Holyoke
1-0, W
7/27
at Lowell
3-4, L
7/28
Lowell
7-0, W
7/29
Manchester
2-7, L
7/30
at Holyoke
4-2, W
7/31
at Concord
10-0, W
8/2
Keene*
3-1, W
8/3
at Keene*
14-4, W
8/5
at Vermont&
1-2, L
8/6
Vermont&
6-5, W (10)
8/7
at Vermont&^
2-3, L
* Northern Division Semifinals
& Northern Division Finals
^ Game suspended on 8/7, finished on 8/8
2007 (19-24)
Date
Opp.
Score
6-08

Lowell

6-09

Vermont

6-10

at Concord

5-4,W
8-2,W
12-9,W

6-13

Concord

1-9,L

6-14

at Holyoke

1-2,L

6-15

Keene

3-2,W

6-16

Holyoke

2-4,L

6-18

at Lowell

7-9,L

6-19

at Vermont

0-4,L

6-20

at Lowell

2-0,W

6-21

Vermont

0-6,L

6-22

at Danbury

6-22

Danbury

6-23

Pittsfield

4-6,L

6-25

North Adams

6-7,L

6-26

at Concord

6-7,L

6-28

at North Adams

0-6,L

6-29

Holyoke

0-3,L

6-30

Vermont

7-3,W

7-03

at Keene

2-3,L

7-04

at Concord

1-7,L

7-05

Lowell

8-2,W

7-06

at Vermont

3-16

7-07

at Holyoke

7-15,L

7-08

at Torrington

9-1,W

7-10

at Keene

2-0,W

7-11

Manchester

8-6,W

7-12

at Pittsfield

3-11,L

7-13

Torrington

9-4,L

7-14

Newport

2-12,L

7-15

at Newport

4-8,L

7-17

at Manchester

3-4,L

4-2,W
1-3,L

7-20

Concord

4-5,L

7-21

at Lowell

3-2,W

7-23

at Keene

8-9,L

7-24
7-25
7-26

Keene
at Vermont
Lowell

5-3,W
9-6,W
2-1,W

7-27

Holyoke

9-2,W

7-28

Concord

10-4,W

7-29

Keene

5-3,W

7-30

at Holyoke

0-5,L

8-01

at Lowell

0-1,L

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2008 (28-14, 6-1 in playoffs)


Date
Opp.

Score

6-07

Lowell

2-1, W

6-08

at Danbury

5-3,W

6-11

North Shore

6-7,L

6-12

at North Shore

2-13,L

6-13

Vermont

4-3,W

6-14

at Keene

0-4,L

6-15

at North Shore

4-8,L

6-16

at Lowell

2-8,L

6-18

Keene

2-1,W

6-19

at Holyoke Sox

6-5,W

6-20

at Pittsfield Dukes

4-2,W

6-21

Manchester

8-1,W

6-24

at Manchester

4-3,W

6-25

Danbury

6-2,W

6-26

at North Adams

6-4,W

6-27

Newport

2-1,W

6-28

Lowell

5-1,W

6-29

Keene

6-30

at Vermont

7-01

at Lowell

4-1,W

7-02

at Keene

4-10,L

7-04

Lowell

5-9,L

7-05

North Shore

9-1,W

7-07

Holyoke

3-2,W

7-08

Vermont

9-4,W

7-09

North Adams

7-10

at Torrington

7-11

at Newport

3-1,W

7-12

at Holyoke Sox

6-2,W

7-12

at Holyoke Sox

3-8,L

7-15

Pittsfield Dukes

2-6,L

7-16

Torrington

6-1,W

7-18

at Vermont

4-2,W

7-23

North Shore

1-4,L

7-25

at North Shore

5-3,W

7-26

at Keene

6-5,W

7-27

Keene

7-28

Holyoke

10-4,W

7-28

Holyoke

6-3,W

7-29

at Vermont

7-1,W

7-29

at Vermont

6-7,L

7-31

at Lowell

3-8,L

8-02

Vermont

3-5,L

8-03

at Vermont

5-1,W

8-05

Vermont

8-06

Keene

8-08

at Keene

6-5,W

8-09

Newport

6-5,W

8-10

at Newport

4-1,W

6-8,L
10-3,W

3-6,L
17-16,W

9-4,W

1-0,W
15-4,W

2009 (23-16-1, 3-3 in playoffs)


Date

Opp.

Score

6-04
6-06
6-08
6-09
6-20
6-12
6-13
6-14
6-15
6-16
6-19
6-20
6-21
6-23
6-26
6-27

at North Shore
Lowell
Manchester
at New Bedford
North Shore
at North Shore
Newport
at Manchester
New Bedford
at Lowell
at Holyoke
Vermont
at North Adams
at Danbury
North Shore
Newport

5-9, L
0-4, L
4-3, W
6-1, W
2-4, L
3-0, W
4-2, W
8-9, L
4-1, W
5-3, W
0-1, L
8-3, W
9-5, W
5-6, L
7-10, L
2-8, L

6-28
at New Bedford
7-3
at Newport
7-4
New Bedford
7-6
at Newport
7-6
at Newport
7-8
at North Shore
7-9
at Manchester
7-10
Danbury
7-11
at Lowell
7-12
at Keene
7-14
at Vermont
7-15
Keene
7-17
North Adams
7-20
at Pittsfield
7-20
Pittsfield
7-22
New Bedford
7-23
at Manchester
7-25
at Lowell
7-26
at New Bedford
7-27
Lowell
7-27
Lowell
7-28
Holyoke
7-29
North Shore
7-30
Newport
8-2
North Shore*
8-3
at North Shore*
8-4
North Shore*
8-5
at Newport&
8-6
Newport&
8-7
at Newport&
* Eastern Division Semifinals
& Eastern Division Finals
2010 (23-19, 2-1 in playoffs)
Date
Opp.
6-04
at Laconia
6-05
Newport
6-06
at North Shore^
6-07
Lowell
6-09
Laconia
6-11
at Newport
6-12
New Bedford
6-13
at Lowell
6-14
North Shore
6-18
at North Adams
6-19
Vermont
6-20
New Bedford
6-21
Danbury
6-23
Laconia
6-24
at Holyoke
6-25
Keene
6-26
Newport
6-27
at Laconia
6-28
North Shore
6-29
at New Bedford
6-30
Lowell
7-01
at Laconia
7-02
at Lowell
7-03
at Bristol
7-05
at Newport
7-07
New Bedford
7-09
Holyoke
7-11
at Vermont
7-12
North Adams
7-15
at New Bedford
7-16
Bristol
7-17
Newport
7-20
at Newport
7-21
at North Shore
7-22
at Danbury
7-24
North Shore
7-25
at Lowell
7-26
at New Bedford
7-27
at North Shore
7-28
Lowell
7-29
at Keene
7-31
Laconia

7-9, L
1-4, L
4-2, W
3-5, L
0-5, L
5-0, W
5-6, L
4-1, W
8-5, W
6-3, W
10-6, W
6-7, L
3-2, W
2-3, L
5-1, W
4-0, W
1-1, T
15-3, W
13-7, W
3-2, W
8-4, W
5-3, W
2-1, W
1-12, L
5-4, W
2-3, L
5-3, W
4-3, W
2-8, L
1-3, L

Score
2-6, L
3-2, W (11)
4-1, W
3-2, W
11-3, W
8-9, L
7-3, W
4-0, W
7-4, W
0-3, L
2-6, L
6-1, W
4-1, W
4-8, L
2-6, L
3-2, W
1-9, L
7-3, W
2-7, L
6-2, W
3-2, W (13)
2-5, L
7-0, W
2-6, L
0-4, L
7-0, W
8-0, W
1-3, L
2-3, L
3-1, W
6-3, W
6-1, W
1-3, L
2-1, W
5-1, L
5-4, W
10-11, L
5-7, L
5-1, W
8-12, L (15)
5-2, W
6-9, L

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ALL-TIME RESULTS
8-02
at North Shore*
0-1, L
8-03
North Shore*
5-1, W
8-04
at North Shore*
6-7, L
^Game suspended on 6/6, finished on 6/10
* Eastern Division Semifinals
2011 (20-22, 2-3 in playoffs)
6-10
New Bedford
1-3, L
6-13
Mystic
1-0, W
6-14
at Keene
9-4, W
6-15
North Shore
2-1, W
6-17
Laconia
5-1, W
6-18
Old Orchard
5-1, W (6)
6-19
at Laconia
7-9, L
6-20
at Newport
2-9, L
6-21
North Shore
5-1, W
6-22
North Adams
3-9, L (5)
6-25
Newport
4-3, W
6-26
at Laconia
9-13, L
6-28
at Vermont
1-2, L
6-29
Holyoke
3-2, W
7-01
at North Shore
5-6, (10)
7-02
at New Bedford
1-2, L
7-04
at Newport
2-9, L
7-05
at New Bedford
3-2, W
7-06
Newport^
3-5, L
7-07
at Mystic
5-2, W
7-08
Old Orchard
4-2, W
7-09
North Shore
7-8, L
7-10
at Laconia
6-7, L
7-11
New Bedford
12-6, W
7-14
at Holyoke
2-6, L
7-15
at North Adams
3-2, W
7-16
at Old Orchard
1-0, W (7)
7-16
at Old Orchard
7-2, W (7)
7-18
Vermont
2-6, L
7-19
at Danbury
7-2, W
7-20
Keene
2-3, L
7-22
at Old Orchard
3-1, W
7-23
Newport
0-2, L
7-24
at New Bedford
3-4, L
7-25
Old Orchard
10-3, W
7-26
at North Shore
0-7, L
7-28
Danbury
6-10, L
7-29
Laconia
2-4, L (7)
7-29
Laconia%
1-0, W (7)
7-30
New Bedford
5-4, W (12)
7-31
at Newport
3-5, L
8-01
at North Shore
3-6, L
8-03
at North Shore*
0-8, L
8-04
North Shore*
6-0, W
8-05
at North Shore*
7-0, W
8-06
Laconia&
2-3, L
8-07
at Laconia&
7-8, L
^Game suspended on 7/6, finished on 7/23
% Game suspended on 7/29, finished on 8/1
2012 (15-26, 1-2 in playoffs)
6-07
North Adams
0-6, L
6-08
at Laconia
0-2, L (6)
6-09
Laconia
0-1, L
6-10
at New Bedford
10-4, W
6-13
New Bedford
11-3, W
6-14
Laconia
1-3, L
6-15
at Newport
3-11, L
6-16
at New Bedford
4-8, L
6-19
at New Bedford
5-1, W
6-20
Newport
2-4, L
6-22
Danbury
3-0, W
6-24
at Laconia
5-6, L
6-27
Holyoke
5-6, L
6-28
at Vermont
3-8, L
6-29
at Newport
10-12, L
6-30
at New Bedford
11-7, W
7-03
at Laconia
9-12, L
7-04
at North Adams
2-3, L (11)

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7-06
at Mystic*
1-0, W (7)
7-06
Mystic
2-0, W (7)
7-09
New Bedford
7-5, W
7-11
Mystic
4-2, W
7-12
at Holyoke
4-7, L
7-13
Keene
1-5, L
7-14
Newport
2-15, L
7-15
at Keene^
18-13, W
7-16
New Bedford
0-4, L
7-17
Laconia
7-4, W
7-19
Laconia
0-8, L
7-21
Newport
2-1, W
7-23
Mystic
4-2, W (7)
7-23
Mystic
5-6, L (7)
7-24
New Bedford
4-10, L
7-25
at Danbury
3-4, L
7-26
Newport
3-8, L (11)
7-27
at Mystic
16-2, W (7)
7-27
at Mystic
2-3, L (7)
7-28
Vermont
17-5, W
7-30
at Newport
4-5, L (7)
7-30
at Newport
4-6, L (7)
7-31
at Laconia
2-3, L
8-03
at Newport#
2-14, L
8-04
Newport#
7-6, W (10)
8-05
at Newport#
1-18, L
*Game played at Goodall Park in Sanford
^Game suspended on 7/15, finished on 7/31
#Eastern Division Playoffs

2013 (22-23, 1-2 in playoffs)


6-6
6-7
6-8
6-12
6-14
6-15
6-16
6-17
6-18
6-19
6-21
6-22
6-24
6-25
6-26
6-27
6-29
6-30
7-02
7-05
7-06
7-07
7-08
7-09
7-10
7-11
7-12
7-13
7-15
7-15
7-16
7-17
7-18
7-19
7-20
7-23
7-24
7-25
7-26
7-27
7-28
7-29
7-30
7-31
8-1
8-1

Holyoke
Newport
at Plymouth
Mystic
North Adams
Plymouth
at Vermont
New Bedford
at Keene
Danbury
OceanState
at NewBedford
Keene
Plymouth
at Danbury
Vermont
at Saratoga
at Plymouth
at NewBedford
at Ocean State
Laconia
at Laconia
at Mystic
Plymouth
Newport
Laconia
Mystic
at Holyoke
Newport
at Newport
at OceanState
at Newport
OceanState
at Laconia
Laconia
at Mystic
Newport
at NewBedford
at Newport
at NorthAdams
at Laconia
Saratoga
NewBedford
OceanState
at Newport
at Mystic

1-4 L
Cancelled
1-4 L
8-5 W
3-8 L
4-0 W
0-1, L
4-3, W
5-3 W
14-5 W
6-9, L
6-4, W
3-8, L
0-13, L
4-3, W
1-2, L
7-8, L
6-5, W
3-7, L
2-3 L
1-2, L
16-2, W
1-0, W
8-5, W
Cancelled
2-4, L
3-4, L
0-4, L
2-1, W
1-8, L
5-6, L
0-8, L
3-2, W
14-4, W
11-6, W
6-0, W
8-5, W
4-8, L
Cancelled
2-7, L
7-8, L
1-3, L
4-2, W
6-5, W
1-4, L
5-3, W

8-2
8-3
8-4
8-5

at Laconia
5-2, W
Laconia*
4-2, W
at Newport*
4-11, L
Newport*
0-4, L
*Eastern Division Playoffs
%Eastern Division Semifinals
& Eastern Division Finals
All-Time Vs. Opponents
All-time record: 244-217-1
(26-21 in playoffs)

2014 (24-17, 4-3 in playoffs)


6-6
6-7
6-8
6-9
6-10
6-13
6-14
6-15
6-16
6-18
6-20
6-21
6-22
6-23
6-24
6-25
6-26
6-27
6-28
6-29
6-30
7-1
7-4
7-5
7-7
7-8
7-9
7-11
7-12
7-14
7-16
7-18
7-19
7-22
7-23
7-24
7-25
7-26
7-27
7-28
8-1
8-2
*8-4
*8-5
*8-6
#8-7
#8-8
&8-11
&8-12

at Newport
3-9 L
North Adams
9-8 W/10
at Laconia
2-0 W
Vermont
0-1 L
at Keene
2-1 W
Laconia
4-1 W
at Keene
6-2 W
at Vermont
1-4 L
Newport
3-4 L
Ocean State
2-4 L
Keene
3-5 L
Laconia
5-10 L(10)
at New Bedford
4-1 W
North Adams
2-1 W
at North Adams
7-4 W
Vermont
3-2 W
Laconia
4-1 W
at Vermont
2-6 L
at Laconia
10-5 W
at North Adams
3-2 W
Valley
1-0 W
Danbury
6-4 W
at Valley
4-3 W
at North Adams
5-1 W
at Danbury
1-0 W/5
Valley
3-0 W
Mystic
5-4 W
Keene
1-2 L
Plymouth
2-3 L
at Mystic
5-6 L
at Ocean State
2-1 W/12
at Valley
7-0 W
at Keene
1-4 L
New Bedford
7-0 W
at Vermont
1-5 L
Laconia
7-5 W
North Adams
4-9 L
Valley
0-4 L
at Laconia
7-0 W
Vermont
6-4 L
at Valley
7-3 W
Keene
0-3 L
*Keene
1-4 L
*at Keene
3-0 W
*Keene
4-3 W
#at Vermont
4-1 W
#Vermont
9-6 W
&at Newport
0-5 L
&Newport
5-8 L
*Northern Division Semifinals
#Northern Division Finals
&NECBL Championship Series
All-Time Vs. Opponents
All-time record: 272-220-1
(30-24 in playoffs)

Sanford Mainers Baseball

ALL-TIME RESULTS
All-Time Extra Inning Games
(19-13)
6/16/02
North Adams
7/13/02
at Danbury
7/14/02
Torrington
7/27/02
North Adams
6/14/03
Middletown
6/19/03
at Keene
6/26/03
at Concord
6/29/03
at Torrington
7/8/03
North Adams
7/14/03
at North Adams
6/13/04
Manchester
6/17/04
at Concord
7/18/04
Torrington
7/26/04
Mill City
8/7/31/05
at Torrington
6/13/06
at Newport
6/15/06
at Pittsfield
10/04
Newport*
6/24/05
Concord
7/9/06
Holyoke
7/17/06
at Lowell
8/6/06
Vermont&
6/20/08
at Lowell
6/25/08
North Adams
7/20/08
Concord
7/23/08
Keene
6/14/09
at Manchester
6/16/09
at Lowell
6/5/10
Newport
6/30/10
Lowell
7/28/10
Lowell
7/1/11
at North Shore
7/30/11
New Bedford
7/26/13
Newport
8/04/13
Newport%
* NECBL Championship Series
& Northern Division Finals

1-2, L (13)
8-6, W (11)
3-4, L (10)
2-5, L (11)
5-4, W (11)
6-4, W (11)
3-4, L (10)
3-2, W (15)
7-6, W (11)
3-2, W (18)
1-2, L (11)
4-5, L (12)
5-4, W (12)
1-0, W (10)
3-4, L (11)
2-1, W (10)
4-3, W (10)
6-5, W (10)
6-5, W (10)
5-9, L (11)
4-3, W (12)
6-5, W (10)
2-0, W (11)
6-7, L (10)
4-5, L (10)
8-9, L (10)
8-9, L (10)
5-3, W (10)
3-2, W (11)
3-2, W (13)
8-12, L (15)
5-6, L (10)
5-4, W (12)
3-8, L (11)
7-6, W (10)

All-Time One-Run Games


(79-73)
6/8/02
6/16/02
6/17/02
6/23/02
7/10/02
7/14/02
7/16/02
6/10/03
6/14/03
6/17/03
6/22/03
6/26/03
6/29/03
7/3/03
7/8/03
7/10/03
7/14/03
7/18/03
7/29/03
8/2/03
8/3/03
8/9/03
6/13/04

Mill City
North Adams
at Mill City
Manchester
at Concord
Torrington
at Newport
at Concord
Middletown
Keene
Danbury
at Concord
at Torrington
Vermont
North Adams
at Keene
at North Adams
at North Adams
Concord
Vermont
Mill City*
at Keene&
Manchester

2015 Media Guide

5-4, W
1-2, L (13)
5-6, L
1-2, L
0-1, L
3-4, L (10)
0-1, L
2-3, L
5-4, W (11)
3-4, L
2-1, W
3-4, L (10)
3-2, W (15)
4-3, W
7-6, W (11)
9-10, L
3-2, W (18)
3-4, L
2-3, L
2-1, W
8-7, W
6-7, L
1-2, L (11)

6/17/04
6/18/04
6/24/04
6/26/04
6/29/04
6/30/04
7/3/04
7/9/04
7/13/04
7/17/04
7/26/06
7/27/06
8/5/06
8/6/06
8/7/06
6/8/07
6/14/07
6/15/07
6/25/07
6/26/07
7/3/07
7/17/07
7/17/07
7/20/07
7/21/07
7/23/07
7/26/07
8/1/07
6/07/08
6/11/08
6/13/08
6/18/08
6/19/08
6/24/08
6/27/08
7/07/08
7/10/08
7/26/08
7/29/08
8/08/08
8/09/08
6/8/09
6/14/09
6/19/09
6/23/09
7/9/09
7/15/09
7/17/09
7/20/09
7/27/09
7/29/09
8/2/09
8/3/09
8/5/09
6/5/10
6/7/10
6/11/10
6/25/10
6/30/10
7/12/10
7/21/10
7/24/10
7/25/10
8/2/10
8/4/10
6/13/11
6/15/11
6/25/11
6/28/11
6/29/11
7/1/11
7/2/11
7/5/11
7/9/11
7/10/11
7/15/11
7/16/11
7/20/11
7/24/11

at Concord
Berkshire
at Concord
at Manchester
at North Adams
at Mill City
Concord
North Adams
Keene
at Concord
at Holyoke
at Lowell
at Vermont&
Vermont&
at Vermont&#
Lowell
at Holyoke
Keene
North Adams
at Concord
at Keene
at Manchester
at Manchester
Concord
at Lowell
at Keene
Lowell
at Lowell
Lowell
North Shore
Vermont
Keene
at Holyoke Sox
at Manchester
Newport
Holyoke
at Torrington
at Keene
at Vermont
at Keene^
Newport%
Manchester
at Manchester
at Holyoke
at Danbury
at Manchester
Keene
North Adams
at Pittsfield
Lowell
North Shore
North Shore&
at North Shore&
at Newport^
Newport
Lowell
at Newport
Keene
Lowell
North Adams
at North Shore
North Shore
at Lowell
at North Shore+
at North Shore+
Mystic
North Shore
Newport
at Vermont
Holyoke
at North Shore
at New Bedford
at New Bedford
North Shore
at Laconia
at North Adams
at Old Orchard
Keene
at New Bedford

4-5, L (12)
6-5, W
2-1, W
3-4, L
1-0, W
5-6, L
2-3, L
2-3, L
5-6, L (5)
3-2, W
1-0, W
3-4, L
1-2, L
6-5, W (10)
2-3, L
5-4,W
1-2, L
3-2,W
6-7, L
6-7, L
2-3, L
3-4, L
3-4, L
4-5, L
3-2,W
8-9, L
2-1,W
0-1, L
2-1,W
6-7,L
4-3,W
2-1,W
6-5,W
4-3,W
2-1,W
3-2,W
17-16,W
6-5,W
6-7,L
6-5,W
6-5,W
4-3, W
8-9, L (10)
0-1, L
5-6, L
5-6, L
6-7, L
3-2, W
2-3, L
3-2, W
2-1, W
5-4, W
2-3, L
4-3, W
3-2, W
3-2, W
8-9, L
3-2, W
3-2, W (13)
2-3, L
2-1, W
5-4, W
10-11, L
0-1, L
6-7, L
1-0, W
2-1, W
4-3, W
1-2, L
3-2, W
5-6, L (10)
1-2, L
3-2, W
7-8, L
6-7, L
3-2, W
1-0, W
2-3, L
3-4, L

7/29/11
7/30/11
8/6/11
8/7/11
6/24/12
6/27/12
7/4/12
7/06/12
7/21/12
7/23/12
7/25/12
7/27/12
7/30/12
7/31/12
8/04/12
6/16/13
6/17/13
6/26/13
6/27/13
6/29/13
6/30/13
7/5/13
7/6/13
7/8/13
7/15/13
7/16/13
7/18/13
7/31/13

Laconia
New Bedford
Laconia@
at Laconia@
at Laconia
Holyoke
at North Adams
at Mystic**
Newport
Mystic
at Danbury
at Mystic
at Newport
at Laconia
Newport+
at Vermont
NewBedford
Danbury
Vermont
at Saratoga
at Plymouth
at OceanState
Laconia
at Mystic
Newport
at OceanState
OceanState
OceanState

1-0, W
5-4, W (12)
2-3, L
7-8, L
5-6, L
5-6, L
2-3, L (11)
1-0, W (7)
2-1, W
5-6, L (7)
3-4, L
2-3, L (7)
4-5, L (7)
2-3, L
7-6, W (10)
0-1, L
3-4, L
4-3, W
1-2, L
7-8, L
6-5, W
2-3, L
1-2, L
1-0, W
2-1, W
3-2, W
3-2, W
6-5,W

* Played at Mill City | & Northern/Eastern Division Finals


^ Northern/Eastern Division Semifinals | % NECBL
Championship Series | $ Game suspended on 6/17/05 at
Sanford, finished on 6/21/05 at Concord | # Game
suspended 8/7/06, finished 8/8/06 | + Eastern Division
Semifinals | Game suspended on 7/29/11, finished on
8/1/11 | @ Eastern Division Finals | ** Game played at
Goodall Park in Sanford

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ALL-TIME HEAD-TO-HEAD MATCHUP


All-Time Vs. Opponents
(As of May 15, 2015)
All-time record: 272-220-1
(30-24 in playoffs)
Berkshire/Pittsfield Dukes: 8-4

Middletown Giants: 2-3

Riverpoint Royals 5-1

Last Game 7-20-09 SAN won 5-1

Last Game :7/20 SAN lost 3-6

Last Game7-2-04 SAN Lost 4-6

Bristol Collegiate: 1-1


Last Game 7-16-10 SAN won 6-3

Concord Quarry Dogs: 17-19


Last Game 7-28-07 SAN won 10-4

Danbury Westerners: 16-9


Last Game 7-7-14 SAN won 1-0 F/5

Mystic Schooners: 8-3

Thread City Tides 4-1

Last Game :7-14-14 SAN lost 5-6

Last Game 7-26-03 SAN Won 3-1

Torrington Twisters 10-5


New Bedford Bay Sox: 15-6
Last Game :7-22-14 SAN won 7-0

Last Game 7-13-07 SAN Lost 4-9

Newport Gulls: 13-32 (6-9)


Last Game :8-12-14 SAN lost 58.

Valley Blue Sox 4-1


Last Game 8-1-14 SAN Won 7-3

Holyoke/Valley Blue Sox: 22-18

North Adams SteepleCats 18-17 (4-1)

Vermont Mountaineers 26-22 (5-3)

Last Game 8-1-14 SAN won 7-3

Last Game 7-25-14 SAN Lost 4-9

Last Game 8-8-14 SAN Won 9-6 in


Northern Division Finals

Keene Swamp Bats: 26-30 (8-6)

North Shore Navigators 12-12 (5-4)

Last Game 8-6-14 SAN won 4-3 in playoffs

Last Game 8-5-11 SAN Won 7-0 in


playoffs

Lowell/Mill City All Americans: 36-19

Old Orchard Beach Raging Tide 6-0

Last Game 7-28-10 SAN lost 8-12, (15 inn)

Last Game 7-25-11 SAN Won 10-3

Laconia Muskrats: 11-16 (1-2)


Last Game 7-27-14 SAN won 7-0

Manchester Silkworms: 6-12-1


Last Game 7-23-09 Ended in 1-1 tie.

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Ocean State Waves 1-1


Last Game 7-16-14 SAN Won 2-1
(12 inn)

Plymouth Pilgrims 3-4


Last Game 7-30-14 SAN lost 2-3

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ALL-TIME ROSTER
A
Adams, Ryan 02
Adcock, Brett 14
Ahern, David10
Allen, Cody 07
Alphin, Brandon 12
Aranda, Nick 04
Ard, Chris 03
Armento, Rich07
Armour, Brett 12
Ashworth, EJ 12, 13
Aughey, Jon 03
Augliera, Michael 10
B

Bailey, Caden 14
Balentina, Jonathan 11
Balentine, Tyler 02
Balzano, Sam 13,14
Barkholtz, Davie 03
Barnyak, Jeff 03
Barrett, Joel 05
Bazdanes, AJ 11
Beckham, Jeremy - 06
Benick, Dan - 06
Berman, Stevie 14
Berneszniewicz, Billy- 13
Betts, Jordan 12
Black, Troy 12, 13
Bogue, Travis 04
Bojc, Phil 02, 03
Bono, Ryan 03
Bourque, James- 13
Bourque, Ryan 05, 06
Bowman, Jason - 08
Braun, Thomas 04
Brown, Kyle 03
Butler, Charlie- 13
Bunal, Mike 14
Burleson, Chris07
Burmeister, Ben 10
C
Calbi, Marlon 10, 11
Calzetta, Mike 12
Campbell, Brady 04
Cantwell, Pat 10
Cappelman, Tripp 04
Caputo, Ricky 05
Caravella, Alex10
Carlin, Michael 02
Carman, Logan 12
Carmichael, Eric 09
Casario, AJ - 08
Castellano, Connor- 13
Cenatiempo, Nick - 08
Chamberlain, Evan 12
Checkal, Dillon 10
Chisman, Tony - 08
Ciavarella, Anthony 14
Cirgiliano, Mike 02
Clinard, Will 09
Close, Tom - 06
Cobb, Craig 04
Cohen, Aaron 11
Cole, Ryan 08
Conway, Nick - 06
Cooper, Will 12, 13

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Coppinger, Ryan 11
Cordova, Edward 02
Cragin, Taylor07
Crew, Ryan 04
Cross, Carson 11
Crum, Jeremy 04
Culpepper, Kevin 02

D
Davis, Kyle 08, 09, 10
Davis, Shane 10
Davis, Tripp 11, 12
Dawson, James 02
DeCarlo, Jeff 08
Delorme, Tyler 02
DeLuca, Sam 05
Demko, Luke - 06, 07
DePierro, Vincent 11
Derrico, Tim- 13
Devlin, Pat 11
Dexter, Sam 14
Dicesare, Brandon 02
Diaz, Mike 08
DiPrato, Tyler 10
Doran, Brian 12
Dowling, Greg 03
Doyon, Bobby 10
Dube, Cody- 13
Duggan, Tim- 13
Durakis, Chad - 06
Duvall, Adam 09
E
Edmondson, Chris07
Edmondson, Jerod - 06
Edwards, Chase 04
Egan, Colin- 12
Egelton, Mark 05
Eldridge, Harrison 05
Ellex, Lucas 10
Elliot, Doug 09, 10
Enriquez, Andre 04
F
Fairchild, Tip 04
Farrington, Matt 04
Ferrara, Scott 08
Ferris, Jerry- 12
Flaherty, Regan 10, 13
Flere, Doug 02
Fortuna, Stephen- 13
Fournier, Chris 04
Fowler, Eric 02
Fowler, Taylor 02
Fuller, James 08
G
Gallagher, Andrew- 13
Gedman, Michael07
Gibbons, Eric 05
Gomez, Anthony 10
Gramolini, Dennis 02
Grantham, Jeff07
Green, Patrick 03
Greenberg, Will 08
Groth, Kyle 08, 09
Gorman, John- 12
Guarassi, Andrew 09
Guillerault, Scott07

H
Harris, Matt 14
Hafer, Jordan 04
Hagel, Jordan- 12
Hailer, Eric 11
Harris, Brian 08
Haviland, Shawn - 06
Helisek, Kyle 10
Heaps, Scott- 13
Helps, Jeff07
Hill, Evan 13
Hilt, Justin 09

Holland, Neil 09
Honce, Mike 04
Hourihan, Brandon 11
Hutchinson, Ryan - 06
I
Izaryk, Aaron 03, 04
Inghram, Jason- 12
J
Jamieson, Aaron 05
Johnson, Ryan 14
Jones, Nate- 11, 12
K
Katzman, Eric07
Keene, Timothy07
Kemp, Brian Michael -07
Kimball, Greg 04
Kimmons, Tyler 03
Kliman, Alex 03
Kline, Will 04
Krauss, Conor- 13
Kronenfeld, Paul 11, 12
L
LaCroix, Nick 11
Lambo, Luke 02
Landry, Kevin07
Landry, Travis- 13
Lankford, Noah07
LaPointe, Nate 12, 13
LaPointe, Ryan07
Lavoie, Christian 14
Lawrence, Tommy 11
Leach, Ryan 11
Leahy, Ryan 02
LeBlanc, Cody 05
Leininger, Drew 09
Leisenheimer, Justin 11
Lemieux, Jared 05
Letz, Kevin 02
Lizarraga, Cory 02
Lobban, Ryan 05, 06
Long, Matt 03
Lovullo, Nick 14
M
Malafronte, Tom 02
Marra, Matt 09, 10
Marshall, Brian 03
Matthews, Adam 09
Matulia, Matt 03
McCann, Mike 10
McCready, Derek 02
McDermott, Tom 09, 10
Meyer, Kyle 07

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Micowski, Mark 08, 09
Miles, Brandon 05
Miller, Greg 10
Miller, Matt L. - 06
Miller, Matt S. - 06
Minicozzi, Mark 04
Mitchell, Sam 03
Mizenko, Tyler 09, 11
Mollenhauer, Brett 10, 11
Mollenhauer, Dale 05
Monteith, Kenny 09
Montville, Mike 11
Most, Max07
Motte, Jason 02
Muir, Justin 05
Murray, Drew07
Murray, Matt 09
Musolf, Travis 05
N
Nagorski, Chris 11
Nandin, Matthew 08
Nathans, Tucker 09
Negus, Phil 07
Nellis, Lucas 09
Nevares, Daniel 13
Newman, Romeo 04
Nicklas, John 14
Norton, Greg 03
O
OConnor, Chad 09
P
Paddock, Steve - 06
Paiml, Greg - 06
Panetta, Tim 11
Paquette, Miguel 02
Parrino, Andrew07
Patrick, Kendall 14
Patten, Jason 11
Pennington, Walker 14
Pomykala, Brett 05
Poore, Nick 13, 14
Pratt, Dylan 09
Pustay, Matt 05
Q
Quinn, Billy 04
R
Rabbito, Matt14
Raley, Cory 14
Ramey, Dustin 09, 10
Ramsey, Ryan 03
Rasmussen, Eric 05
Reed, Klint 08
R
Reich, Jonathan 11
Reid, Ryan 05
Reimer, Kevin 08
Reynoso, Ryne - 06
Richardson, Dan - 06
Rosario, Jamell 02
Roth, Michael 09, 10
Ruddy, Bubba - 06, 07
Ruth, Eric 10
Ryan, Robbie - 06

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S
Sanborn, Lincoln 11
Saneholtz, Tyler 03
Sawatzky, Josh 04
Scheidt, Andi 02
Schmitz, Spencer 02
Scherer, Matt 02, 03
Schoenholtz, John 05
Schult, Jim 10
Schwartz, Steve - 06
Sevigny, Kevin 04
Sheridan, T.J. - 06
Skutnik, Glen 02
Slone, John 03
Slowey, Kevin 04
Slovak, David 05
Smith, Jake 04
Snow, Colin 09, 10
Soja, Craig 04
Sonnanstine, Andy 02, 03
Spatkowski, Chris 09
Stark, Gavin 12
Stauble, Sam 14
Stevens, Eric 11
Stovall, Tyler07
Stumpo, Bob 09
T
Thompson, Corey 09
Thompson, Eric 05
Towler, Brian 05
Torralba, Jose 11, 12
Treadwell, Kenny 10
Tsakonas, Adam - 06
U
Unger, Brad - 06
Urban, Bret 05
V
Vass, Mike - 06
Vergara, Martin 03
Vern, Matt07
Verrier, Matt 11, 13
W
Wayman, Robert 13
Weist, Mark 12
Wendle, Joe 10
Weckerle, Matt 12
White, Dan07
Williams, Ryan - 06
Wilson, Ethan 09
Wilson, Mike 08
Wilson, Nic 13
Wood, David 03
X-Z
Yarbrough, Shawn- 02
Young, Cam- 12
Young, Dusty- 02
Zeiher, Al 12

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