2011  PIttsbUrGh   PIrAtEs

MEDIA  GUIDE

The 2011 Pittsburgh Pirates Media Guide was researched, written and edited by Jim Trdinich and Dan Hart. Publication was designed by Bree C. Main. Breakers designed by Anne Bemis and Dan Bogacz. Cover designed by Dan Bogacz. Photography by Team Photographer Dave Arrigo and Marty Morrow. Information within is updated through February 8, 2011. Special thanks to Sally O’Leary for her work on the all-time roster. Contributions were also made by Matt Nordby, Jim Asher, Kevan Graves, Alex Langsam and Brian Warecki of the Pirates, along with David Vincent of SABR, who assisted in research of various home run charts. Statistical info provided in part by Elias Sports Bureau, STATS, Inc. and Major League Baseball. Information within is for use by accredited members of the news media. Those desiring to use this info for commercial purposes must contact the Media Relations department. Printed by Knepper Press.

New Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle is introduced to the media on November 15, 2010. Hurdle is the 39th field manager since the team joined the National League in 1887.
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tAbLE OF CONtENts Pirates   Information  boxes
12+ Wins in a Season As A Pittsburgh Rookie Pitcher (Since 1920) ........137 20-Game Winners ......................................................................................32 All-Time First Round Selections ................................................................273 All-Time Franchise Victories......................................................................155 All-Time Managers List ..............................................................................25 All-Time Pinch Hit Home Run Leaders ......................................................172 All-Time Pinch Hit Leaders..........................................................................35 All-Time SkyBlast Crowd Totals ..................................................................59 Batting Championships Won By The Pirates..............................................129 Best Starts After 15 Games and 20 Games ................................................56 Clinching Dates ........................................................................................266 Contract Status of Players On the 40-Man Roster ......................................37 Division Titles (1969-2010)......................................................................267 Doubleheader Information ..........................................................................61 Draft Selections (2010) ............................................................................300 From the Curve to the Pirates ..................................................................107 Games of 18 Innings or More....................................................................173 General Managers ........................................................................................7 Grand Slam Information..............................................................................75 Hitting For the Cycle ..................................................................................35 Hitting Streaks of 20 Games or More ........................................................145 Home Ballparks ..........................................................................................31 Home Run Information at PNC Park ..........................................................326 Largest Comebacks in Team History ........................................................226 Largest Margin of Defeat ............................................................................29 Largest Margin of Victory ..........................................................................162 Largest Regular-Season Crowds Vs. Each Opponent at PNC Park ............321 Last Ten Triple Plays Turned By The Pirates ................................................27 Latest Ending Pirate Games......................................................................249 Leadoff Home Runs Hit By The Pirates......................................................135 Long Balls ..................................................................................................38 Longest Home Run Hits at PNC Park ........................................................326 Longest Pirates Games ............................................................................146 Minor League Players and Pitchers of the Year............................................10 Miscellaneous Pirate Firsts ......................................................................254 Monthly Record Home Runs Allowed (Team) ............................................237 Monthly Record Home Runs Hit (Individual)..............................................156 Monthly Record Home Runs Hit (Team) ....................................................235 Most Hits in One Season By A Pirates Rookie............................................227 Most Home Runs Hit By A Pirates Rookie ..................................................162 Most Runs Allowed In a Game ....................................................................29 Most Runs Scored In A Game....................................................................162 No-Hit Games vs. Pirates ........................................................................159 No-Hitters By Pirate Pitchers ......................................................................33 Opening Day Catchers Since 1962............................................................132 Pirates Hitting 10 or More Home Runs in a Month ....................................150 Pirates Hitting 20+ Home Runs Before All-Star Break ............................153 Pirates Hitting Three-Consecutive Home Runs in One Inning ......................78 Pirates In One-Run Games at PNC Park......................................................77 Pirates NLCS Leaders ..............................................................................268 Pirates Who Homered From Both Sides of the Plate in the Same Game ....174 Pirates With 25 or More Saves In A Season (since 1969)..........................169 Pirates With Three Home Runs in a Game ................................................160 Pirates/Steelers/Pitt Games On the Same Day ............................................44 Pitchers Who Have Homered (Since 1991)..................................................93 Plays That Have Been Reviewed ..............................................................110 PNC Park Batting Leaders ........................................................................112 PNC Park Pitching Leaders ......................................................................112 Post-Season Brother Combinations (same team) ....................................263 Postponed Games at PNC Park ................................................................112 Principal Owners ..........................................................................................6 Radio Network Affiliates............................................................................330 Record Before All-Star Break ....................................................................137 Record With Different Home Uniforms ......................................................197 Records By Decades ................................................................................101 Scoring 20 or more runs in a game (15 times)..........................................171 Scoring 9 Or More Runs in the 1st Inning At Home....................................152 Single Season RBI Leaders ......................................................................157 Top 10 Prospects & Best Tools ..................................................................277 Winning Streaks of 10 Games or More ........................................................27 World Series Leaders ................................................................................259

ORGANIZATION
Club Directory..................................................................................4-5 Executive Biographies......................................................................6-9 Baseball Operations Biographies ................................................10-11 Pirates Front Office Staff..............................................................12-16 Pirates in the Community ............................................................17-20

MANAGER & COACHES
Clint Hurdle ................................................................................22-25 Coaches and Staff ......................................................................26-36 Doctors and Athletic Trainers ......................................................37-39 Clubhouse Managers ........................................................................40

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2011 Tri-Roster ................................................................................42 Individual Player Pages..............................................................43-142 Non-Roster Players..................................................................143-174 2011 40-Man Roster ......................................................................175 2011 Non-Roster Invitees Roster ....................................................176 Spring Training Numerical Roster ....................................................176 The Last Time It Happened ......................................................177-179 How the 2011 Bucs Were Formed....................................................180 2010 Season In Review ..........................................................185-194

2010 SEASON IN REVIEW ........................................180-190 PIRATES HISTORY
Team History............................................................................192-195 Uniform History ......................................................................196-197 Hall of Famers & National Baseball Hall of Fame Info ..............198-201 Thru The Years ........................................................................202-203 Pirates All-Time Roster ............................................................204-210 Pirates All-Time Numerical Roster ..........................................211-216 Retired Player Numbers ..........................................................217-218 All-Time Records ....................................................................219-227 Career Batting & Pitching Leaders ..........................................228-229 Yearly Batting Leaders ............................................................230-231 Yearly Pitching Leaders............................................................232-233 Yearly Team Batting & Fielding Statistics..................................234-235 Yearly Team Pitching Statistics ................................................236-237 National League Batting Leaders ............................................238-239 National League Pitching Leaders....................................................239 Games Played By Position ..............................................................240 Batting Clubs ..................................................................................241 Ten 2B/3B/HR In A Single Season....................................................241 Award Winners ........................................................................242-244 All-Star Selections ..........................................................................245 Opening Day Lineups ..............................................................246-249 Opening Day Results................................................................250-251 Home Openers By Ballpark ......................................................252-253 Opening Day Miscellaneous Information..........................................254

POST- SEASON
World Series Box Scores ..........................................................256-262 N.L.C.S. Summaries ................................................................263-268

DEVELOPMENT
Scouting Biographies and Staff List ........................................270-272 Development Staff Biographies................................................273-276 Pirate City Staff ..............................................................................277 Minor League Register ............................................................278-300

AFFILIATES
Affiliate Information and Staff Biographies ..............................302-315 2011 Minor League Schedule ..........................................................316

GENERAL
PNC Park Stadium Map & Ticket Information ..................................318 PNC Park Field Dimensions, Ground Rules, Workout Schedule ........319 PNC Park Attendance Information............................................320-321 Walk-Off Victories at PNC Park........................................................322 PNC Park Statue Information ..................................................324-325 Home Run Information ....................................................................326 Broadcasting Information ........................................................327-331 2011 Regular Season Schedule ......................................................332
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club  directory

PIttsbUrGh  PIrAtEs bAsEbALL  CLUb
PNC PARK AT NORTH SHORE 115 Federal Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 (412) 323-5000 www.pirates.com
EXECUtIVE Chairman of the Board..................................................................................Bob Nutting President..................................................................................................Frank Coonelly Senior Vice President & General Counsel ................................................Larry Silverman Executive Assistant ..............................................................................Monica Robinson front  office BASEBALL OPERATIONS
Senior Vice President, General Manager ..................Neal Huntington Director of Player Development ........................................Kyle Stark Director of Scouting ........................................................Greg Smith Director of Baseball Operations ..................................Tyrone Brooks Director of Player Personnel ........................................Doug Strange Special Assistant to the General Manager ....................Jim Benedict Special Assistant to the General Manager ..................Larry Corrigan Special Assistant to the General Manager..................Marc DelPiano Special Assistant to the General Manager ..................Jax Robertson Special Assistant to the General Manager ................Pete Vuckovich Major League Scout........................................................Mike Basso Major League Scout ................................................Keith Champion Major League Scout..........................................................Bob Minor Major League Scout ..................................................Steve Williams Assistant Director of Scouting ....................................Joe Delli Carri Assistant Director of Baseball Operations ..................Kevan Graves Traveling Secretary ......................................................Greg Johnson Senior Advisor ............................................................Chuck Tanner Minor League Administrator ................................Diane DePasquale Scouting Administrator......................................................Jim Asher Baseball Operations Assistant ....................................Alex Langsam Head Athletic Trainer ..............................................Brad Henderson Head Conditioning Coordinator ................................Frank Velasquez Assistant Athletic Trainer ..........................................Mike Sandoval Latin American Strength & Conditioning Coordinator ....Kiyoshi Momose Physical Therapist & Rehab Coordinator ....................Erwin Valencia Home Clubhouse Manager ..........................................Scott Bonnett Visiting Clubhouse Manager ........................................Kevin Conrad Assistant Equipment Manager ........................................Kiere Bulls Video Coordinator ......................................................Kevin V. Roach Video Advance Scout ....................................................Simon Ferrer

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FINANCE/ADMINISTRATION
Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer........ Jim Plake Administrative Assistant ............................................Ava Parker Manager, Accounting ................................................Mark Oresic Manager, Ticket Accounting & Reporting ................Dave Wysocki Accounts Payable Supervisor..............................Karen Gallagher Staff Accountant ........................................................Libby Felix Accounting Clerk ............................................Lorraine Moorhead

HISTORY

HUMAN RESOURCES
Senior Director of Human Resources ............Pam Nelson Minteer Director of Employee Services ..................................Patti Mistick Manager, Payroll & Benefits ..................................Dineen Runkey Payroll Administrator................................................Laura Kallop Risk Manager ............................................................Leila Smith Human Resources Coordinator ............................Kristina Stanley Human Resources Assistant ..................................Wendy Divins

POST-SEASON

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Senior Director of Information Technology..................Terry Zeigler Director, Baseball Systems Development ........................Dan Fox Manager, IT Operations..........................................Jeff Hammond Manager, Business Systems ....................................Sunnie Fenk Network Administrator ..........................................Chris DeBaker Network Administrator ................................................Bill Balzer Programmer/Analyst ................................................Brian Hulick System Analyst ......................................................Sonya Barber System Analyst ......................................................Beau Lawless Technical Analyst ......................................................Chris Zorich

DEVELOPMENT

COMMUNICATIONS
Senior Director, Communications............................Brian Warecki Director of Media Relations........................................Jim Trdinich Manager of Media Relations ..........................................Dan Hart Manager of Business Communications ....................Matt Nordby Team Photographer ....................................................Dave Arrigo Director of Broadcasting ............................................Marc Garda Play-by-Play Announcer ............................................Greg Brown Play-by-Play Announcer ..........................................Tim Neverett Color Analyst/Alumni Representative ........................Steve Blass Color Analyst ................................................................Bob Walk Color Analyst............................................................John Wehner

AFFILIATES

MEDICAL STAFF
Medical Director ..................................................Dr. Patrick DeMeo Team Physician ......................................................Dr. Edward Snell Team Physicians ..............Dr. Edward Diamond, Dr. Dennis Phillips, Dr. Michael Scarpone, Dr. Robert Schilken

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ORGANIZATION

COMMUNITY & PUBLIC AFFAIRS Vice President, Community & Public Affairs..................Patty Paytas Administrative Assistant ............................................Robin Hanna Director, Community Relations..................................Michelle Mejia Manager of Diversity Initiatives....................................Chaz Kellem Coordinator, Community Relations ........................Melissa Brozeski Development Specialist ........................................Denise Balkovec MARKETING/PROMOTIONS Executive VP & Chief Marketing Officer..........................Lou DePaoli Adminstrative Assistant ..................................Rebecca J. Seamans Senior Director, Marketing & Special Events ................Brian Chiera Director of Advertising & Creative Services ..................Kiley Cauvel Director, Special Events ......................................Christine Serkoch Manager, In-Game Entertainment ....................................Eric Wolff Manager, PNC Park Events ..............................................Ann Elder Media Producer ..............................................................Ken Brown Coordinator, In-Game Entertainment Production ............Ryan Kuntz Coordinator, Advertising & Promotions ........................Cory Nestico Coordinator, Marketing ................................................Haley Volzer Graphic Designer ..........................................................Dan Bogacz Graphic Designer ................................................Krystyn Kozlowski Graphic Designer ..........................................................Anne Bemis Publications Designer..................................................Bree C. Main Graphics Producer ........................................................Matt Walker Events Sales Assistant ............................................Lisa Schneider Public Address Announcer ..........................................Tim DeBacco ALUMNI AFFAIRS Director, Alumni Affairs, Promotions & Licensing ......Joe Billetdeaux Manager, Promotions & Licensing ..............................Megan Vizzini Manager, Promotions ......................................................Dan Millar Mascot Coordinator ......................................................Alex Collins President, Pirates Alumni Association ..........................Kent Tekulve Liaison, Alumni Affairs................................................Sally O’Leary CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS Senior Director, Corporate Partnerships ..........................Mike Egan Manager, Client Services ............................................Mike DeMars Manager, Client Services ..............................................Dana Geary Senior Account Executives ..................Dave Shinsky, Chris Stevens Account Executives ..........................Bryan Betzler, Lauren Geissler, Jason McClelland, Jack Tipton TICKET SALES Senior Director, Ticket Sales & Services ........................Chris Zaber Manager, Ticket Services & Retention ......................Raven Jemison Coordinator, Season Ticket Service & Retention ....Hali Dougherty-Brill Senior Account Manager ......................................Charlene Cheroke Sr. Account Execs, Season Ticket Service & Retention......Evan Uffelman, ......................................................Ryan Vizzini, Jordan Wadsworth Account Execs, Season Ticket Service & Retention ........Val Kercher Jaclyn Meyerl, Thomas Peluso, Andrew Rusiski Director, Ticket Development ......................................Jim Popovich Manager, Inside Sales ..................................................Travis Apple Account Executives, Ticket Development ....................Joe Arnstein, Tom Karayusuf, Kyle Lefeber, Chuck Peterson, Eric Ridenour, Kevin P. Roach Manager, Group Sales & Service ................................Justin Gurney Coordinator, Group & Gameday Event Sales....................Annie Reid Account Executives, Group Sales......Angela Criscella, Lauren Farrell, Andrew Giambroni, Brandon Lapetina, Brandon Lawrence, J.J. McGraw, Mark Niskach, Pete Patsilevas, Brittany Ryce

Director, Suite Sales & Service........................................Terri Smith Account Manager, Premium Sales ................................Chad Glover Coordinator, Premium Seating ........................................Julia Drost Account Executives, Premium Sales ....Joseph Arnstein, Steve Morse TICKET OPERATIONS ANALYTICS Senior Director, Market Analytics & Business Development......Jim Alexander Manager, CRM & Fan Database ................................Mark Rudolph Manager, Ticket Operations ..................................Andrew Bragman Season Ticket Coordinator..............................................Amy Fisher Group Ticket Coordinator ........................................Dave Woncheck Coordinator, CRM & Fan Database ........................Jason Witzberger Analytics Assistant ....................................................Caitlin McKee Ticket Coordinator..........................................................Ed Bujalski Ticket Office Assistant ..................................................Bob Gentile PNC PARK OPERATIONS Executive VP & General Manager of PNC Park ............Dennis DaPra Senior Director of Ballpark Operations ........................Chris Hunter Senior Director of Security & Contract Services ..........Jeff Podobnik Operations Manager ......................................................Ben Fortun Manager of Security/Service Operations......................Mark Weaver Guest Relations Manager ........................................Melissa Cushey Operations Administrator ..........................................Patty Mihalics Operations Coordinator ..................................................Dave Ebert Operations Coordinator ................................................Barb Gruber Director, Field Operations............................................Manny Lopez Field Maintenance Supervisors ........Matt Gerhardt, Derek Hurlburt Ballpark Maintenance Workers ..............Mike Adrian, Dan Dabecco, Jim Smith, Mike Welsh Supervisor, 24-Hour Security ........................................Chuck Neal 24-Hour Security Officers ....................Robbie Baker, Dana Craven, Fred Hodges, Tom Kaiser, Jason Koval, James Palumbi, Vic Virostek, Dennis Wittmer FLORIDA OPERATIONS Senior Director of Florida Operations ..........................Trevor Gooby Manager, Florida Operations ..............................................AJ Grant Manager, Sales & Marketing ................................Rachelle Madrigal Manager of Concessions ................................................Terry Pajka Administrative Assistant............................................Mayu Fielding Coordinator of Communication ......................................Joel Godett Coordinator, Sales & Marketing ..................................Stacy Morgan Coordinator, Stadium Operations ............................James Ammons Coordinator, Florida Operations ................................Juan Rodriguez Coordinator, Sales & Business ..............................Kristopher Koch Coordinator, Ticketing ................................................Justin Kristich Superintendent of Grounds, McKechnie Field ..........Victor Madrigal Superintendent of Grounds, Pirate City ........................Andy Bartley Groundskeepers..................................Alfonso Aguilar, Domingo Gil, Andres Berrones Hernandez, Roberto Mancillas, Mark Plut, Hector Rodriguez, Pedro Silveren Minor League Equipment Manager ................................Pat Hagerty Asst. Minor League Equipment Managers....Josh Hamp, Mark McKnight Clubhouse Attendant ..................................................Scott Barnes Minor League Athletic Training Coordinator................Carl Randolph Minor League Conditioning Coordinator ....................Chris Sobonya Minor League Rehab Coordinator ............................Marc Oceguera

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bOb NUttING
Chairman of the Board
Robert (Bob) Nutting serves as Chairman of the Board of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Bob assumed control of the club in January of 2007, thus becoming the sixth principal owner in the history of the Pittsburgh Pirates. He has served as Chairman of the Board and represented his family’s interest in the club since 2003. Upon assuming control of the organization, Nutting put a plan in place to overhaul the entire operation. In September of 2007, he appointed Frank Coonelly as the team’s new president and, in-turn, Neal Huntington as the team’s new general manager. Since that time the effort has been to build a strong foundation by investing in the core operations, while aggressively acquiring and developing talent. Nutting further demonstrated his long-term commitment to the club by constructing the Pirates new training academy in the Dominican Republic. The new campus style training complex, which opened in April 2009 as one of the very best in Major League Baseball, will help the Pirates attract, retain and teach the best players, coaches and scouts in the Latin America region. Nutting’s family roots in the greater Pittsburgh region date back as long as the Pirates 123-year history. Under his leadership, the Pirates have made a commitment to making an even deeper positive impact in the community. In 2009, the Pirates and its newly formed philanthropic arm, Pirates Charities, assisted more than 2,000 community organizations. Also in 2009, Pirates Charities officially opened the new Pirates Charities Miracle League Field. The field, which is the first of its kind in the Pittsburgh-region, is designed and dedicated to allow children with special needs to enjoy the game of baseball. Nutting brings a long history of building successful organizations and a multi-generational commitment to the economic growth of the Pittsburgh region. He also serves as President and CEO of Ogden Newspapers, Inc., and Chairman of Seven Springs Mountain Resort; a four-season resort located 60 miles East of Pittsburgh. PERSONAL: Robert M. Nutting...Born on 3/29/62 in Wheeling, WV…Wife’s name is Leslie…Three daughters…Earned a B.A. in American History from Williams College in Massachusetts…Currently serves on the Board of Directors at the Carnegie Natural History Museum in Pittsburgh...Also serves as a board member and treasurer of the Newspaper Association of America...Is a former President of the West Virginia Press Association...Is committed to education through his service on the board and executive committee of The Linsly School, service on the board of Bethany College and as past Chairman of the West Virginia Independent Colleges & Universities...An avid outdoorsman and conservationist who was the driving force behind the Pirates “Let’s Go Bucs. Let’s Go Green” initiative to make PNC Park operations more environmentally friendly…Also supports various environmental programs, is a current vice chairman of the Nature Conservancy/West Virginia Chapter and a former Chapter President and current member of Trout Unlimited...Is a licensed commercial pilot and flight instructor, an avid fisherman and skier.

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PITTSBURGH PIRATES PRINCIPAL OWNERS
AFFILIATES

Barney Dreyfuss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1900 - 1932 Florence W. Dreyfuss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1932 - August 8, 1946 John Galbreath . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August 8, 1946 - October 2, 1985 Pittsburgh Associates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . October 2, 1985 - February 14, 1996

GENERAL

Kevin McClatchy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . February 14, 1996 - January 18, 2007 Bob Nutting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 18, 2007 - Present
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FrANk   COONELLy
President
Frank Coonelly was named President of the Pittsburgh Pirates on September 13, 2007, and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the organization. In this role, Frank leads the Pirates’ senior management group and is accountable for the organization’s success both on and off the field. Prior to joining the Pirates, Frank served as Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Labor in the Office of the Commissioner of Baseball where he negotiated and administered collective bargaining agreements with the Major League Baseball Players Association and the World Umpires Association. Frank led a staff of attorneys who represented the Commissioner and the 30 Clubs in the litigation and arbitration of labor disputes and provided contract and economic advice and counsel to the 30 clubs. Coonelly practiced labor and employment law as a Partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius before joining the Commissioner’s Office. A large part of Frank’s practice consisted of the representation of Major League Baseball as outside labor counsel. In that role, Frank assisted the Commissioner of Baseball in collective bargaining and litigation matters. He also represented several individual Clubs, including the Minnesota Twins, Chicago Cubs, Montreal Expos and Atlanta Braves, in salary arbitration matters. PERSONAL: Frank Coonelly...Born on 3/31/60 in Philadelphia, PA...Wife’s name is Debbie...Four children; daughters Erin (23), Tara (21) and Kelley (20) and son Kyle (17)...Attended William Tennent High School in Warminster, PA, where he was captain of the ice hockey team...Graduated with high distinction from the Penn State University with a bachelor’s degree in Public Service in 1983...Earned his JD from Catholic University Law School in Washington, D.C., where he earned the Faculty Award for graduating with the highest grade point average...In the community Frank serves on the Board of Pirates Charities, Allegheny Conference, Riverlife Task Force, Visit Pittsburgh and the U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion/Advisory Board – West...Also served as the Revenue Chair for the March of Dimes 2010 March for Babies.

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NEAL   hUNtINGtON
Senior Vice President & General Manager
Neal Huntington was named Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates on September 25, 2007, thus becoming the 12th G.M. in the history of the club. In this role, he is responsible for the entire baseball operations department which includes overseeing the Major League club and scouting and player development systems.

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Prior to joining the Pirates, Neal worked as a Special Assistant to the General Manager for the 2007 American League Central Division champion Cleveland Indians. In his role as Special Assistant to the General Manager, Huntington served as an evaluator and advisor for Cleveland General Manager Mark Shapiro, providing recommendations regarding personnel, strategic planning and decision making. Neal also scouted major and minor league players and provided recommendations with respect to player evaluation, acquisition and retention. He also provided scouting evaluations on players within the Indians organization while doing advance scouting work for a portion of the Indians’ opponents. Huntington began his association with the Indians in 1998 as the Assistant Director of Minor League operations. In November of 1998, Neal took over as Cleveland’s Director of Player Development. In that role he instilled a holistic developmental philosophy that focused on the systematic development of the person as well as the player. He also oversaw the Indians player development system, including Latin American Field Operations. After being promoted to the title of Assistant General Manager on November 1, 2001, Huntington assisted Shapiro in all areas of the day-to-day operation of the major league club, concentrating particularly in player evaluation, acquisition and retention. Neal began his major league career in the Montreal Expos organization on June 1, 1992. He spent the 1994 campaign as the video advance scout for the Expos major league club and was then promoted to Assistant Director, Player Development after the 1994 season, where he assisted in all aspects of Montreal’s Player Development system. PERSONAL: Neal Alden Huntington...Born on 2/4/69 in Amherst, NH...Wife’s name is Becca...Has two sons and one daughter...Was raised on a family-owned and operated dairy farm in Amherst...Played four years of baseball at Amherst College in Massachusetts, where he graduated in 1991 with a degree in Psychology...Was named a Division III second-team All-American first baseman and first-team All New England first baseman after his senior season...Also holds a Masters of Science in Sport Management from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

PITTSBURGH PIRATES GENERAL MANAGERS
Ray L. Kennedy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1946 H. Roy Hamey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1947-1951 Branch Rickey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1951-1956 Joe L. Brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1956-1976, 1985 Joe O’Toole/Harding Peterson . . . . . . . . 1976-1979 Harding Peterson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1979-1985 Syd Thrift. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11/7/85 to 10/4/88 Larry Doughty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11/7/88 to 1/6/92 Ted Simmons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/5/92 to 6/19/93 Cam Bonifay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6/19/93 to 6/11/01 Dave Littlefield. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7/13/01 to 9/7/07 Neal Huntington . . . . . . . . . . . 9/25/07 to PRESENT

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Prior to 1946, the club Presidents performed the current duties of General Manager
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JIM   PLAkE
Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
After serving the club as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer since July of 2005, Jim Plake was promoted to his current position on December 4, 2006. Previously, Jim was the Vice President of Finance and Administration, beginning in August of 1995. He joined the Pirates in November of 1991 as Director of Finance. In his current role, Jim directs the daily financial and administrative operations for the Pirates, including financial reporting, budgets, payroll, treasury, human resources, information systems and insurance. In addition, Jim also directs and oversees projects that affect all aspects of the club’s business operations. Prior to joining the Pirates, Jim was a senior manager with the public accounting firm of Price Waterhouse where he was responsible for the audit engagements of both Fortune 500 and middle-market companies.
PERSONAL: James D. Plake...Born on 3/27/55 in McKeesport, PA...Wife’s name is Carol...Three children: Julie (28), Joanie (25) and Jimmy (23)...Is a graduate of Serra High School in McKeesport, PA...Earned a degree in accounting from Penn State University in 1980...Is a member of both the Pennsylvania and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants...Currently serves on the board of the Downtown YMCA, Partners For Quality, Inc., Allegheny Children’s Initiative, Inc., Northside Community Development Fund and the advisory board for The Center for Sports Business & Research at the Penn State University Smeal College of Business.

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DENNIs   DAPrA
Executive Vice President & General Manager, PNC Park/Facilities
Dennis DaPra is the Executive Vice President & General Manager, PNC Park/Facilities. In his role, Dennis is responsible for all day-to-day operational aspects associated with PNC Park and its facilities, including guest relations, food and beverage operations, event management, operational staffing, security and facility cleaning/maintenance. Dennis also serves as the Pirates liaison for the City of Pittsburgh, the Sports and Exhibition Authority and Stadium Authority. In addition, he is responsible for the development and management of all organized labor contracts and relationships relating to PNC Park and the coordination of the North Shore Development plans. DaPra oversaw the demolition and re-building of Pirate City in Bradenton, FL, along with the renovations to McKechnie Field, the Pirates southern home since 1969. He also oversees the day-to-day operation and facility management of the Bradenton Operations staff as well as the operation and facility management of the club’s 46-acre Dominican Republic facility in El Toro. PERSONAL: Dennis DaPra...Born in Canonsburg, PA...Wife’s name is Elisa...Two children: son Luca and daughter Gabriella...Graduate of Peters Township High School...Attended Slippery Rock (PA) University, where he was a member of the 1982 NCAA Division II PSAC State Champion baseball team as a freshman...Is an active member of the Washington County Italian-American Heritage Organization and serves on the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Board of Directors for the National Italian-American Sports Hall of Fame...Was selected as National League Operations representative by Major League Baseball for the 1995 World Series at Jacobs Field in Cleveland and for the 1996 World Series at Yankee Stadium...Selected to work for MLB during the 2008 All-Star Game at Yankee Stadium...Is a member of the Board of the Directors of the Stadium Managers Association and is a member of the MLB Green Initiative Committee...Is a graduate of Leadership Pittsburgh Class of XV...Received the Italian Heritage Society of Pittsburgh Award in the field of sports for his involvement with the Pirates organization in 2006.

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LArry   sILVErMAN
Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Larry Silverman is the Club’s Senior Vice President and General Counsel. He joined the Pirates organization on February 1, 2002.

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In his role, Silverman provides legal counsel to the club on a wide variety of contract, employment, insurance, construction and intellectual property issues. He also assists General Manager Neal Huntington in contract negotiations and other player related matters, handles the club’s salary arbitration cases and serves as secretary and legal advisor to Pirates Charities. Prior to joining the Pirates, Larry spent 21 years at the Pittsburgh law firm of Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C., the last 15 of those years as a shareholder. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where he teaches a course on the Law of Professional Sports. In addition, Silverman is a member of the Sports Lawyers Association, the American Corporate Counsel Association and the local, state and national chapters of the Bar Association.
PERSONAL: Larry Silverman...Born on 4/16/52 in Pittsburgh...Wife’s name is Marcia...Three children; daughters Abby (22) and Emily (19) and son Matt (14)...Received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1974 and his law degree from Duquesne University School of Law in 1978.
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LOU   DEPAOLI
Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer
Lou DePaoli joined the Pirates as their Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer on 9/26/08. In his position, he oversees the club’s marketing, ticket sales, corporate sponsorship and communications efforts. DePaoli previously worked for the Atlanta Spirit organization, where he held the position of Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association, Atlanta Thrashers of the National Hockey League and Phillips Arena. In this position he was responsible for all marketing, ticket sales, corporate sponsorship sales, communications and community development efforts for the organization. Prior to joining the Atlanta Spirit in May of 2005, DePaoli was the National Basketball Association’s Vice President of Team Marketing and Business Development in the NBA’s Team Marketing and Business Operations department. There, Lou worked with the NBA, Women’s National Basketball Association and National Basketball Development League senior management on all business initiatives, including ticket sales, sponsor sales and service, marketing, advertising and promotions. DePaoli, who started in the NBA League Office in December of 2000, worked closely with the NBA clubs to improve their business operations and to implement the industry’s best practices. DePaoli also worked for the Florida Marlins from 1996 to 2000, serving first as the Director of Ticket Sales and then as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the club. With the Marlins, DePaoli’s duties included overseeing ticket sales, sponsorship sales, marketing and customer service. During his tenure with the Marlins, the club won a World Series title in 1997. Prior to joining the Marlins in 1996, DePaoli was Vice President of Sales for the Worcester IceCats Hockey Club of the American Hockey League (AHL) from the inaugural 1994-95 season through the beginning of the 1996-97 season.
PERSONAL: Louis G. DePaoli...Born on 1/23/67 in Mt. Kisco, NY...Wife’s name is Kathy...Has two daughters, Ryan (24) and Emily (14)..Is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts where he earned his BA in Management of Professional Sports Organizations.

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PAtty   PAytAs
Vice President of Community and Public Affairs
Patty Paytas was named Vice President of Community and Public Affairs on June 1, 2007. In this role, Ms. Paytas also serves as Executive Director of Pirates Charities, the team’s philanthropic arm. Ms. Paytas oversees the ballclub’s strategic community relations, public affairs and minority outreach efforts. Previous to this appointment, Ms. Paytas was the Pirates Vice President of Communications since January 2002. This is Paytas’ second tour of duty with the Pirates. She began as an intern in the Public Relations Department in 1981, and remained with the organization through 1994. During that time, she was named the team’s first Community Relations Director, and was hospitality coordinator for the 1990, 1991 and 1992 post-season games, and the 1994 MLB All-Star Game. From 1994 – 2000, Paytas worked for Burson-Marsteller as a member of the Public Affairs Practice. Her experience included public relations, state and national trade relations, communication training, special event planning and educational workshop and seminar development. Since rejoining the ballclub in 2001, Paytas was the overall club coordinator for the 2006 MLB All-Star Game and oversaw the Bill Mazeroski statue project in 2010. Ms. Paytas was honored by the Women and Girls Foundation as a “Women in Sports: Leveling the Playing Field” award recipient and was recognized by the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America’s as their 2007 Renaissance Communicator of the Year. PERSONAL: Patricia A. Paytas…Born in Butler, PA…Is a graduate of Butler High School, Butler County Community College and Slippery Rock State University…Is a member of the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh Metropolitan Board of Directors and the Tickets for Kids Charities Advisory Board.

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baseball   Operations   biographies

tyrONE   brOOks
Director of Baseball Operations
The 2011 season marks Tyrone Brooks’ second year as a member of the Pirates Baseball Operations department. He was named to his current position on December 2, 2009. In his current role, Brooks assists General Manager Neal Huntington in all aspects of Baseball Operations including rules compliance, transactions, budgeting and contract negotiations. He also provides recommendations regarding personnel, strategic planning and decision making for the Baseball Operations department. Brooks spent the previous three seasons (2007-09) as a Professional Scout with the Cleveland Indians, with an emphasis on the Pacific Coast League, Texas League and California League while giving secondary Major League coverage. Prior to joining the Cleveland organization, he spent 11 years working with the Atlanta Braves, most recently as their Director of Baseball Administration in 2006. He originally joined the Braves as their Baseball Operations Trainee in May of 1996 through the club’s Career Initiative Program. Brooks also served the Atlanta organization as a Baseball Operations Assistant, Area Scouting Supervisor, Assistant, Player Personnel and Director of Baseball Operations. Brooks is the founder of the Baseball Industry Network, a baseball networking group, that includes over 6,000 members from around the world, covering the full gamut of people working within or connected to the baseball industry. The Baseball Industry Network is currently located on LinkedIn (www.linkedin.com). Ty is also on the Board of Directors of the Midwest Scouts Association, is a member of the Buck O’Neil Professional Scouts and Coaches Association and sits on the Board of Directors for the North County High School (Glen Burnie, MD) Alumni Scholarship.

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PERSONAL: Tyrone was born on 10/9/73 in Bethesda, MD, and currently resides in Pittsburgh with his wife, Stephanie, and daughter Olivia (1). He is a 1996 graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park, where he double-majored in Accounting and Marketing. He was also a staff photographer for the Terrapin Yearbook and the highly-acclaimed student newspaper, The Diamondback, while attending college.

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DAN   FOX
Director of Baseball Systems Development
Dan Fox was hired as the club’s Director of Baseball Systems Development on May 1, 2008. In this role, he is responsible for the architecture and development of information systems to support the Baseball Operations department in addition to providing quantitative analysis. Prior to joining the Pittsburgh organization, Fox worked with Baseball Prospectus and The Hardball Times as an author and weekly columnist. He was also employed as a software architect at Compassion International in Colorado Springs and prior to that as a software instructor, author, and consultant.
PERSONAL: Dan was born on 4/8/1968 in Davenport, IA, and currently resides in Mars, PA, with his wife, Beth, and two daughters; Laura (15) and Anna (12)...Earned a B.S. in Computer Science from Iowa State University in 1990.

DEVELOPMENT

PIRATES MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS AND PITCHERS OF THE YEAR
AFFILIATES
Since 2000, the Pirates have been honoring a minor league player and pitcher with a yearly award. They are recognized for their achievement during a September pregame ceremony at PNC Park in Pittsburgh and a plaque hangs on the wall in the Woody Huyke clubhouse in Bradenton showing each winner.
YEAR PITCHER OF THE YEAR PLAYER OF THE YEAR YEAR PITCHER OF THE YEAR PLAYER OF THE YEAR

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Wilson Guzman Sean Burnett Sean Burnett Ian Snell Zach Duke Paul Maholm

J.R. House Humberto Cota Walter Young Chris Shelton Brad Eldred Jose Bautista

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2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Tom Gorzelanny John Van Benschoten Jeff Sues Rudy Owens Rudy Owens

Andrew McCutchen Steve Pearce Jim Negrych Pedro Alvarez Alex Presley

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ChUCk   tANNEr
Senior Advisor
Chuck Tanner returned to the Pirates family when General Manager Neal Huntington hired him as a Senior Advisor on November 9, 2007. Prior to rejoining the Pirates, Chuck spent five years as a Professional Scout with the Cleveland Indians. He spent the previous 11 years (1992-2002) with the Milwaukee Brewers baseball operations staff as a Special Assistant to the General Manager. The New Castle, PA, native spent nine years as the Manager of the Pirates, capturing a World Series title in 1979. In his nine seasons at the helm (1977-1985), the Pirates posted a 711-685 record (.509 winning pct.) and six winning campaigns. Only Fred Clarke (16), Danny Murtaugh (15) and Jim Leyland (11) spent more years managing the team. In 19 seasons as a Major League manager, Tanner compiled a 1352-1381 record. He began his managerial career with the White Sox in 1970, replacing Don Gutteridge in late September that year. After six seasons with Chicago, Chuck spent one year with Oakland (1976) before joining the Pirates in 1977. He spent his final three years as a big league manager with Atlanta, having been replaced by Russ Nixon on May 22, 1988. An outfielder during his playing days, Tanner began his professional career with Evansville in 1946. After nine seasons in the minor leagues, he made his Major League debut with the Milwaukee Braves on April 12, 1955, and became the second player in history to hit a home run on the first pitch he saw in his first big league plate appearance. In eight seasons as a Major League player with Milwaukee (1955-57), the Chicago Cubs (1957-58), Cleveland (1959-1960) and the Los Angeles Angels (1961-62), Chuck compiled a .261 batting average, 21 home runs and 105 RBI in 396 games. PERSONAL: Chuck was born on 7/4/28 in New Castle, PA...Has four sons; Mark (60), Gary (57), Brent (53) and Bruce (49)...Is a graduate of Shenango High School, where he was a 10-letter star in baseball, basketball and football...Son Bruce pitched in the major leagues with the White Sox in 1985 and was the Pirates Bullpen Coach for five seasons (2001-05)...Received the “Pride of the Pirates” award in 1995, a yearly honor (since 1990) which recognizes a member of the Pirates family who has demonstrated the qualities of sportsmanship, dedication and outstanding character during a lifetime of service.

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MAJOR LEAGUE BATTING STATISTICS
YEARS 1955-1962 AVG .261 G 396 AB 885 R 98 H 231 2B 39 3B 5 HR 21 RBI 105 BB 82 SO 93 SB 2

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Mike Adrian
PNC Park Operations

Alfonso Aguilar
Florida Operations

Jim Alexander
Ticket Operations Analytics

James Ammons
Florida Operations

Travis Apple
Ticket Sales

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Joe Arnstein
Ticket Sales

Dave Arrigo
Communications

Jim Asher
Baseball Operations

Bill Balzer Information Technology

Sonya Barber
Information Technology

HISTORY

Scott Barnes
Florida Operations

Andrew Bartley
Florida Operations

Anne Bemis
Marketing

Bryan Betzler
Corporate Partnerships

Joe Billetdeaux
Alumni Affairs

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Dan Bogacz
Marketing

Andrew Bragman
Ticket Operations Analytics

Ken Brown
Marketing

Melissa Brozeski
Community & Public Affairs

Ed Bujalski
Ticket Operations Analytics

DEVELOPMENT

Kiley Cauvel

Charlene Cheroke
Ticket Sales

Brian Chiera
Marketing

Alex Collins
Marketing

Dana Craven
PNC Park Operations

AFFILIATES

Marketing

GENERAL

Angela Criscella
Ticket Sales

Melissa Cushey
PNC Park Operations

Dan Dabecco
PNC Park Operations

Kip DeBaker
Information Technology

Mike DeMars
Corporate Partnerships

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Diane DePasquale
Baseball Operations

Wendy Divins
Human Resources

Hali Dougherty-Brill
Ticket Sales

Julia Drost
Ticket Sales

Dave Ebert
PNC Park Operations

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Mike Egan
Corporate Partnerships

Ann Elder
Marketing

Lauren Farrell
Ticket Sales

Libby Felix
Finance

Sunnie Fenk
Information Technology

HISTORY

Mayu Fielding
Florida Operations

Amy Fisher
Ticket Office

Ben Fortun
PNC Park Operations

Karen Gallagher
Finance

Marc Garda
Communications

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Dana Geary
Corporate Partnerships

Lauren Geissler
Corporate Partnerships

Matt Gerhardt
PNC Park Operations

Andrew Giambroni
Ticket Sales

Domingo Gil
Florida Operations

DEVELOPMENT

Chad Glover
Ticket Sales

Joel Godett
Florida Operations

Kevan Graves
Baseball Operations

Barb Gruber
PNC Park Operations

Justin Gurney
Ticket Sales

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Jeff Hammond
Information Technology

Josh Hamp
Florida Operations

Robin Hanna
Community & Public Affairs

Dan Hart
Communications

Andres Hernandez
Florida Operations

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Brian Hulick

Chris Hunter
PNC Park Operations

Derek Hurlburt
PNC Park Operations

Raven Jemison
Ticket Sales

Greg Johnson
Baseball Operations

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Information Technology

Tom Kaiser
PNC Park Operations

Tom Karayusuf
Ticket Sales

Chaz Kellem
Community & Public Affairs

Val Kercher
Ticket Sales

Kristopher Koch
Florida Operations

HISTORY

Jason Koval
PNC Park Operations

Krystyn Kozlowski
Marketing

Justin Kristich
Florida Operations

Ryan Kuntz
Marketing

Alex Langsam
Baseball Operations

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Brandon Lapetina
Ticket Sales

Beau Lawless
Information Technology

Brandon Lawrence
Ticket Sales

Kyle Lefeber
Ticket Sales

Manny Lopez
PNC Park Operations

DEVELOPMENT

Rachelle Madrigal

Victor Madrigal
Florida Operations

Bree C. Main
Marketing

AFFILIATES

Roberto Mancillas
Florida Operations

Jason McClelland
Corporate Partnerships

Florida Operations

GENERAL

J.J. McGraw
Ticket Sales

Mark McKnight
Florida Operations

Michelle Mejia
Community & Public Affairs

Jaclyn Meyerl
Ticket Sales

Patty Mihalics
PNC Park Operations

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Dan Millar
Marketing

Pam Nelson Minteer
Human Resources

Patti Mistick
Human Resources

Stacy Morgan
Florida Operations

Steve Morse

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Ticket Sales

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Chuck Neal
PNC Park Operations

Cory Nestico
Marketing

Mark Niskach
Ticket Sales

Matt Nordby
Communications

Mark Oresic
Finance

HISTORY

Terry Pajka
Florida Operations

Ava Parker
Finance

Pete Patsilevas
Ticket Sales

Thomas Peluso
Ticket Sales

Chuck Peterson
Ticket Sales

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Mark Plut
Florida Operations

Jeff Podobnik
PNC Park Operations

Jim Popovich
Ticket Sales

Annie Reid
Ticket Sales

Eric Ridenour
Ticket Sales

DEVELOPMENT

Kevin P Roach .
Ticket Sales

Monica Robinson
Executive

Hector Rodriguez
Florida Operations

Juan Rodriguez
Florida Operations

Mark Rudolph
Ticket Operations Analytics

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Dineen Runkey
Human Resources

Andrew Rusiski
Ticket Sales

Brittany Ryce
Ticket Sales

Lisa Schneider
Marketing

Rebecca J. Seamans
Marketing

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Christine Serkoch
Marketing

Dave Shinsky
Corporate Partnerships

Pedro Silveren
Florida Operations

Jim Smith
PNC Park Operations

Leila Smith
Human Resources

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Terri Smith
Ticket Sales

Kristina Stanley
Human Resources

Chris Stevens
Corporate Partnerships

Kent Tekulve
Alumni Affairs

Jack Tipton
Corporate Partnerships

HISTORY

Jim Trdinich
Communications

Evan Uffelman
Ticket Sales

Vic Virostek
PNC Park Operations

Megan Vizzini
Alumni Affairs

Ryan Vizzini
Ticket Sales

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Haley Volzer

Jordan Wadsworth
Ticket Sales

Matt Walker
Marketing

Brian Warecki
Communications

Mark Weaver
PNC Park Operations

DEVELOPMENT

Marketing

AFFILIATES

Mike Welsh
PNC Park Operations

Dennis Wittmer
PNC Park Operations

Jason Witzberger
Ticket Operations Analytics

Eric Wolff
Marketing

Dave Woncheck
Ticket Operations Analytics

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Dave Wysocki
Finance

Chris Zaber
Ticket Sales

Terry Zeigler
Information Technology

Chris Zorich
Information Technology

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Pirates   In   the   Community
Pirates Charities is committed to strengthening the community by supporting organizations and programs aimed at improving the lives of children and adults in the greater Pittsburgh region. Pirates Charities places a special emphasis on supporting youth programs focused on health, fitness, and education by developing partnerships with those who share in our mission. Pirates Charities is the official philanthropic arm of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The team has a long and proud tradition of providing support and assistance to those in need through a multitude of community relations programs and initiatives. The creation of Pirates Charities has helped to focus the ballclub’s charitable efforts, allowing the Pirates to make an even greater impact in the community. Since its inception in the Fall of 2006, Pirates Charities has contributed more than $1.9 million to worthwhile projects and programs in the greater Pittsburgh region, our Spring Training home of Bradenton, Florida and in Estorga, Dominican Republic where our Latin American headquarters is located.

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Pirates Charities Golf Tournament -- Pittsburgh
On July 26, 2010, Pirates Charities held the fifth annual Pirates Charities Golf Classic, presented by Allegheny General Hospital Sports Medicine, at the renowned Fox Chapel Golf Club. There, 125 participants had the unique opportunity to spend the day with current and former Pirates players, broadcasters, and front office executives while supporting the many and varied efforts of Pirates Charities. Current players such as Pedro Alvarez, Jose Tabata and Neil Walker joined alumni including Steve Blass, Bob Friend, Grant Jackson and Kent Tekulve, to name a few, to play side-by-side with Pirates fans. The event raised $141,311 for Pirates Charities. The funds raised from this event were used to support the countless organizations and projects supported by Pirates Charities.

HISTORY POST-SEASON

Pedro Alvarez lines up a putt

Pirates Charities Golf Tournament -- Bradenton
The third annual Pirates Charities Spring Training Golf Classic took place on February 26, 2010 at River Wilderness Golf & Country Club. Participants enjoyed a round of golf with a Pirates celebrity while supporting the efforts of Pirates Charities in the Bradenton area. With the establishment in late 2006 of Pirates Charities as the philanthropic arm of the organization, the Pittsburgh Pirates set out to formalize its charitable efforts and make an even greater impact in meeting the needs of the communities where we have a presence. Since then, Pirates Charities has contributed more than $1.2 million dollars to worthwhile projects and non-profit organizations. Proceeds from the Spring Training Golf Classic directly assist the Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County and the Norma Lloyd Park Youth Baseball Field Renovation Program.

DEVELOPMENT

Sporting Clays Invitational
The Pirates held the second annual Sporting Clays Invitational event at Seven Springs Mountain Resort on Monday, September 20, 2010. The event was hosted by award-winning clay shooting instructor Michael Mohr and co-chaired by Bob Nutting, Pirates Chairman of the Board, and Dr. Patrick DeMeo, Chairman of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Allegheny General Hospital. Fans had the opportunity to take part in one of two shooting flights, in the morning or afternoon, and shot alongside Pirates players, coaches and celebrities. Shooting clinics for first-time shooters were also be offered prior to the start of each flight. Both flights were treated to a continental breakfast or lunch, respectively, before the sessions got underway. Following each flight, participants were invited to stay for a scoring reception and awards ceremony. The second annual Sporting Clays Invitational netted more than $50,000, with all proceeds benefitting Pirates Charities.
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Shirts Off Our Backs
The Pirates Charities “Shirts Off Our Back” scratch-off ticket raffle took place during the game on Saturday, August 7, 2010. Tickets were sold for $2 each to fans throughout the game and 25 lucky winners won one of the jerseys worn by the Pirates players that night. Winners were able to get their jersey autographed during a special on-field postgame ceremony. More than $11,700 was raised in this unique one-night event.

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In-Park Silent Auctions
Pirates Charities hosted six in-park silent auctions throughout the 2010 season. At each auction, fans had the opportunity to bid on Pirates and other MLB memorabilia, with proceeds totaling more than $25,000 going to the programs supported by Pirates Charities.

Pirate Parrot “Cruise for the Cure”
In June of 2010, the Pirate Parrot, in partnership with Mosites Motorsports, embarked on a 350-mile, two day charity “Cruise for a Cure” across the state of Pennsylvania to help raise funds and awareness for Prostate Cancer research. The Parrot left Philadelphia on a Canam Spyder motorcycle, donated by Mosites Motorsports, and arrived in Pittsburgh two days later after making stops in Altoona, home of the Altoona Curve, and State College, home of the State College Spikes, both minor league affiliates of the Pirates. At both stops, fans had the opportunity to get autographs from Pirates alumni, take pictures with the Parrot on his motorcycle and make donations to his fight against Prostate Cancer. Fans were able to make donations to help raise money for Prostate Cancer research via a one-time flat donation or on a per-mile pledge basis. A total of $6,685 were raised through Pirates Charities and then donated directly to the Western Pennsylvania Prostate Cancer Foundation. The Parrot will Cruise for the Cure once again in 2011 from Friday, July 29 – Sunday, July 31.

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Bill Mazeroski Statue Unveiling
The 2010 season marked the 50th anniversary of the Pirates 1960 World Series victory over the New York Yankees, as well as one of the most dramatic events in sports history: Bill Mazeroski’s game-winning home run in the bottom of the ninth inning of Game 7. Numerous events took place in Pittsburgh throughout the 2010 season to recognize the accomplishments of the 1960 team, including a Victory Gala at PNC Park and first time showing of the Game 7 game footage at the Byham Theater in October. In addition, to honor Mazeroski and that moment in Pirates’ baseball history, a statue of Maz was dedicated and unveiled at the end of Mazeroski Way outside the right field gate at PNC Park on Sunday, September 5. Mazeroski remains the only player in Major League Baseball history to hit a game-winning home run in Game 7 of a World Series. His blast off New York’s Ralph Terry on October 13, 1960, gave the Bucs a 10-9 victory in the deciding game played at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh. Fans were encouraged to be a part of the Maz Statue dedication by donating to Pirates Charities and, in turn, receiving a personalized engraved commemorative ivy leaf that has been permanently placed on the brick wall behind the statue outside of the PNC Park right field gate. All available space on the wall is now occupied by donor leaves, and more than $178,000 was raised.

Community Commitment Program
GENERAL
This program encourages players throughout the Pirates system to emulate Roberto Clemente’s legacy of community service. Throughout the 2010 season, nearly 250 players in the Pirates minor league system participated in this program, and more than 6,000 hours of community service has been performed since the start of the program three seasons ago. Each player completed a minimum of 10 hours of community service in their respective affiliate locations during this season.
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Boys & Girls Club of Manatee County Computer Tech Lab

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Pirates Charities and project partners transformed an old, dingy computer room into a new state-of-the-art computer tech lab at the Boys & Girls Club of Manatee County in March of 2010. The lab has provided the more than 330 children that utilize the Bradenton Boys & Girls Club every day with the opportunity to fully participate in the Boys & Girls Club Project Learn program, which reinforces and enhances the skills and knowledge young people learn at school.

Fields for Kids Matching Grant Program
The “Fields for Kids” matching grant program, introduced before the start of the 2009 season, provides financial support to improve youth baseball and/or softball facilities through matching grants of $1,000 to $5,000. Grant funds may be used for the upgrading of essential field components such as sod, infield playing surfaces, fencing, dugouts and irrigation systems. Upgrades to the overall facility, including lights, bleachers, scoreboards and concession stands are also eligible. During the program’s first two years, a total of 49 grants worth an excess of $200,000 have been distributed to youth baseball and softball organizations in 23 different counties in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.

HISTORY

Pittsburgh RBI Program
The Pittsburgh RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) program began in 1994 as a part of Major League Baseball's international RBI initiative. During the 2010 season, Pittsburgh RBI included more than 1000 area youth in 12 different communities throughout the greater Pittsburgh region. The RBI program focuses on instruction and competitive play. Throughout the summer, Pittsburgh RBI teams competed in the City of Pittsburgh Department of Parks and Recreation BIG League. Three Pittsburgh RBI teams captured their league championship including the McKeesport Girls 12 and Under softball team, the Duquesne Pony baseball team and the Carnegie Super Colt team. In addition to regular season play, two Pittsburgh RBI All-Star teams, including a Junior Boys team (13-15 years old) and a Senior Boys team (16-18 years old) traveled to Washington D.C. to compete in an MLB-sponsored regional tournament. Regional tournament winners went to Jupiter, FL to compete in the annual RBI World Series. The Pirates Community Baseball Center, which officially opened in February 2007, hosts over 4,500 youth each year. This facility, which is part of the Shadyside Boys & Girls Club, is designed to assist Pittsburgh RBI youth in developing baseball and softball fundamentals and techniques. The Pittsburgh Pirates coaching staff shows their support for Pittsburgh RBI through youth and coaches clinics. Pirates coaches provide the Pittsburgh RBI coaches with instructional clinics to demonstrate and showcase the fundamentals of baseball. Pirates coaches also spent time at the Boys and Girls Club of McKeesport for a youth fundamentals clinic with over 40 Pittsburgh RBI youth in attendance.

POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT

Fields for Kids Matching Grant Program
The “Fields for Kids” matching grant program, introduced before the start of the 2009 season, provides financial support to improve youth baseball and/or softball facilities through matching grants of $1,000 to $5,000. Grant funds may be used for the upgrading of essential field components such as sod, infield playing surfaces, fencing, dugouts and irrigation systems. Upgrades to the overall facility, including lights, bleachers, scoreboards and concession stands are also eligible. During the program’s first two years, a total of 49 grants worth an excess of $200,000 have been distributed to youth baseball and softball organizations in 23 different counties in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.
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Clemente Day

On September 8, 2010 the Pittsburgh Pirates visited and hand-delivered a variety of goods to the children of Pittsburgh King Pre K-8 school on the North Side. This initiative was part of the Clemente Day events, which celebrate the life and community service legacy of Pirates Hall-of-Famer Roberto Clemente. During the Pirates visit to Pittsburgh King Pre K-8 school, the children had the opportunity to hear Vera Clemente, Goodwill Ambassador for Major League Baseball and widow of the late Roberto Clemente, along with her sons Roberto, Jr. and Luis, speak on the importance of having pride in yourself and your community, as well as giving back to the community. Following the assembly, the entire Pirates roster of players unloaded a truck full of items for the children, including t-shirts made specifically for the students, copies of the book “Roberto Clemente: The Pride of the Pittsburgh Pirates” for each child, physical education equipment and baseball and softball equipment. Two new baseball/softball teams were formed by the school as a result of the donated equipment; something that would not have been possible without it.

Holiday Charitable Efforts
Urban   League   holiday   Party Pirates players Neil Walker and Garrett Jones, the Pirate Parrot and members of the Pirates front office partnered with Allegheny County’s Department of Human Services to host children from the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh Charter School at PNC Park on Saturday, December 4, 2010 for a party to help celebrate the holiday season. Each child had their own personal locker set up in the Pirates clubhouse complete with their very own replica jersey and Pirates customized stocking filled with goodies. The children and their guests were treated to lunch in the home clubhouse and had an opportunity to take a few swings in the indoor batting cages, as well as a chance to take part in a number of other fun activities including face painting, cookie decorating, and holiday crafts. The Pirates host this annual event every holiday season and have entertained children from the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh and the Miracle League of Southwestern PA in the past. Light  of   Life   holiday   Dinner Representatives from the Pirates and StarKist Co. partnered for a four-day effort to serve dinner to the hungry during the week of December 13-19, 2010 at the Light of Life Rescue Mission on Pittsburgh’s North Side. Pirates President Frank Coonelly, General Manager Neal Huntington, new Manager Clint Hurdle, Pirates broadcaster Greg Brown, the Pirate Parrot and a group of Starkist employees and members of their corporate leadership participated in the four day event. It was the fourth consecutive year where the Pirates took part in this holiday food for the hungry initiative, and it was StarKist’s second year of participation. Approximately 200 men and women from the Pittsburgh community were served each evening. Dominican    republic   Clothing   Drive For the second consecutive year, the Pirates held a clothing drive during the month of December to benefit children of the Madre Laura School in the Dominican Republic, which is a neighbor of the Pirates Dominican Training Academy outside of El Toro. Clothing donations were accepted in Pittsburgh and in Bradenton, the Pirates Spring Training location and home of Piratesowned single-A affiliate Bradenton Marauders, with all proceeds boxed and shipped directly to Madre Laura School.
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CLint HurdLe
POSITION PLAYED: OF CONTRACT: Signed thru 2013 (club option for 2014)

AGE: 53 (turns 54 on July 30) BORN: 7/30/57 in Big Rapids, MI RESIDES: Pittsburgh, PA APPOINTED: 11/15/10

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Clint Hurdle was named manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates on November 15, 2010, becoming the 39th manager in the organization’s 124-year history. The 2011 season marks his 37th in professional baseball. Hurdle spent the 2010 season as the Hitting Coach of the American League champion Texas Rangers, a club that led the Major Leagues with a .276 batting average during the regular season - paced by A.L. MVP Josh Hamilton (.359 average, 32 home runs and 100 RBI) and Vladimir Guerrero (.300 average, 29 home runs and 115 RBI). Prior to joining the Texas coaching staff on November 5, 2009, Hurdle spent over 15 years in the Colorado organization, serving as a minor league hitting coordinator, Major League hitting coach and manager at the big league level. He compiled a 543-625 record while serving the Rockies as manager from April 26, 2002, until he was relieved of his duties on May 29, 2009. Clint has the most wins of any manager in Colorado team history, winning his 500th Clint serving at Light of Life a week after being named Manager of the Pirates in December career game on August 29, 2008 at Los Angeles. In 2007, Hurdle led the Rockies to the World Series as the club captured its first National League pennant in franchise history. The 2007 club, which won 11 straight games in September, won 21 of its 22 games leading up to the World Series, where Boston pulled off a four-game sweep. During the 2007 post season, the Rockies swept the Phillies in the Division Series and Arizona in the Championship Series before falling to the Red Sox in the Fall Classic. For his efforts in 2007, Hurdle received four first-place votes and finished in third place in the voting for N.L. Managerof-the-Year. His ‘07 squad also compiled the highest single-season fielding pct. in Major League history (.989), a mark that still stands. Clint also served as manager of the National League in the 2008 All-Star Game at Yankee Stadium, the longest game (time, innings) in All-Star history (the N.L. lost 4-3 in 15 innings in a game that lasted 4:50). Hurdle was also a coach for the N.L. staff during the 2004 All-Star Game in Houston. Hurdle’s managerial career at the Major League level began with a 4-1 victory over the Phillies at Coors Field on April 26, 2002. He replaced Buddy Bell as Colorado’s skipper that day and went 6-0 in his first six games - tied for the sixthbest winning streak by a manager following a mid-season managerial change in Major League history (Joe Morgan holds the record as his Red Sox won their first 12 games in 1988). In his five-plus years tutoring Colorado’s hitters, the club compiled the N.L.’s top two averages in 70 years (.294 in 2000 and .292 in 2001) and the league’s most base hits since 1930 (1,664 in 2000). In 2001 alone, the Rockies established a Major League record for total bases (2,748) and the N.L. mark for extra-base hits (598). Hurdle, who doubled as the club’s First Base Coach from 1997-98, remained on the coaching staff under three different Colorado managers; Don Baylor, Jim Leyland and Buddy Bell. Prior to becoming Hitting Coach in 1997, Clint served the Rockies as their minor league hitting instructor from 1994-96. Before he joined the Colorado organization, Hurdle managed in the New York Mets system for six seasons (1988-1993) and compiled a 412-418 record. In his first season as a manager, and in St. Lucie’s first year of existence, he led the club to a second-half division title and the Florida State League championship. Hurdle also took his 1989 St. Lucie club and the 1990 Jackson team to the post season, losing in the first round of the playoffs each year. After managing Williamsport in the Eastern League in 1991, Clint wrapped up his minor league managerial career with two seasons at the Triple-A level with Tidewater in 1992 and Norfolk in 1993. Primarily an outfielder during his playing days, Hurdle was selected by Kansas City in the first round (9th player overall) of the 1975 June draft. After three full seasons in the minor leagues, which included American Association Rookie-ofthe-Year and All-Star Game MVP honors while playing with Omaha in 1977, Clint made his Major League debut at the age of 20 with the Royals on September 18, Hurdle played 1977, and hit a two-run homer off Seattle’s Glenn Abbott in his second at bat. Leagues with theparts of 10 seasons in the Major Royals, Reds, Mets and Cardinals
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Hurdle played parts of 10 seasons in the Major Leagues with the Royals (1977-1981), Reds (1982), Mets (1983, 1985, 1987) and Cardinals (1986) and compiled a .259 average, going 360-for-1391 with 81 doubles, 12 triples, 32 home runs and 193 RBI in 515 career games. He appeared in the post season twice with Kansas City, going 3-for-8 with an RBI in four games against the Yankees in the 1978 A.LC.S., and advancing as far as the World Series in 1980, only to lose in four games to the Phillies. After spending the 1982 season in the Cincinnati organization, Hurdle was signed by New York as a minor league free agent prior to the 1983 campaign and played three years in the Mets system before being selected by St. Louis in the 1985 Rule 5 Draft. In his final season as a player (1987), Clint appeared in 97 games with Triple-A Tidewater and went 1-for-3 in three games with the Hurdle made his Major League debut at the age of 20 with the Royals on September 18, 1977 Mets. In his big league career, he made 240 appearances in right field, 96 in left field, 92 at first base, 22 at catcher and 15 at third base. Hurdle, who hit the final home run in Minnesota’s historical Metropolitan Stadium on 9/30/81, hit his final big league homer on 9/9/86 at Three Rivers Stadium - a solo shot off Pittsburgh’s Rick Reuschel. PERSONAL: Clinton Merrick Hurdle...Wife’s name in Karla...Has three children; daughter Ashley (7/18/85), who graduated from the University of California-Santa Barbara and is currently working in Group Sales with the Golden State Warriors of the NBA, daughter Madison (8/7/02) and son Christian (11/15/04)...Is the Prader-Willi national spokesperson, an organization that raises awareness for Prader-Willi Syndrome, a complex genetic disorder his daughter Madison was born with...Prader-Willi affects about one in every 12,000 people and is caused by the deletion of part of an individual’s 15th chromosome (check out www.pwsausa.org for more information)...Is a 1975 graduate of Merritt Island (FL) High School, where he lettered in baseball, football and basketball...Batted .567 with four homers and 25 RBI in 24 games during his senior year in high school while earning All-State and All-American honors...Was also a star quarterback and signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Miami (FL), but chose to sign with Kansas City after the Royals selected him in the first round of the 1975 June draft...Spent the second half of the 2009 season as an analyst on the MLB Network...Has been ejected 21 times in his career as a manager; also three times as a coach and once as a player...Participated in PirateFest this past January.

MANAGERIAL RECORD
YEAR CLUB LEAGUE W
74 79 73 60 56 70 67 74 68 67 76 90 74 18 412 534

L
65 55 62 79 86 71 73 88 94 95 86 73 88 28 418 625

PCT
.532 .590 .540 .432 .394 .496 .479 .457 .420 .414 .469 .552 .457 .391 .496 .461

DIVISION
Eastern Eastern Eastern ---Western West West West West West West West West West

FINISH
4th/1st 1st/1st 2nd/1st 7th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 5th T4th 2nd 3rd ----

1988 St. Lucie (1) Florida State 1989 St. Lucie (2) Florida State 1990 Jackson (3) Texas 1991 Williamsport Eastern 1992 Tidewater International 1993 Norfolk International 2002 Colorado National 2003 Colorado National 2004 Colorado National 2005 Colorado National 2006 Colorado National 2007 Colorado National 2008 Colorado National 2009 Colorado National Minor League Totals (6 years) Major League Totals (8 years)

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(1)Defeated Tampa, two games to none, in first round of playoffs...Defeated Osceola, two games to none, in Florida State League championship. (2)Lost to Port Charlotte, two games to one, in first round of Florida State League playoffs. (3)Lost to Shreveport, two games to none, in first round of Texas League playoffs. (4)Defeated Philadelphia, three games to none, in National League Division Series...Defeated Arizona, four games to none, in National League Championship Series...Lost to Boston, four games to none, in World Series. Manager, St. Lucie, 1988-1989. Manager, Jackson, 1990. Manager, Williamsport, 1991. Manager, Tidewater, 1992. Manager, Norfolk, 1993. Minor League Hitting Coordinator, Colorado, 1994-1996. Hitting Coach/First Base Coach, Colorado, 1997-1998. Hitting Coach, Colorado, 1997 thru April 25, 2002. Manager, Colorado, April 26, 2002 thru May 27, 2009. Hitting Coach, Texas, 2010.
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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
CLUB Sarasota Waterloo Omaha Kansas City 1978 Kansas City 1979 Omaha Kansas City 1980 Kansas City 1981 Kansas City (1) 1982 Cincinnati Indianapolis (2)(3) 1983 Tidewater New York-NL 1984 Tidewater 1985 New York-NL (4) 1986 St. Louis (5) 1987 Tidewater New York-NL Minor League Totals N.L. Totals A.L. Totals Major League Totals YEAR 1975 1976 1977 AVG .274 .235 .328 .308 .264 .236 .240 .294 .329 .206 .245 .285 .182 .243 .195 .195 .257 .333 .266 .196 .276 .259 G 49 127 129 9 133 68 59 130 28 19 88 139 13 128 43 78 97 3 825 156 359 515 AB 175 429 442 26 417 220 171 395 76 34 261 477 33 412 82 154 288 3 2704 306 1085 1391 R 34 89 85 5 48 30 16 50 12 2 38 82 3 60 7 18 38 1 456 31 131 162 H 48 101 145 8 110 52 41 116 25 7 64 136 6 100 16 30 74 1 720 60 300 360 2B 4 22 35 0 25 13 10 31 3 1 18 33 2 15 4 5 27 0 167 12 69 81 3B 4 5 3 0 5 0 3 2 1 0 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 17 1 11 12 HR 1 19 16 2 7 6 3 10 4 0 12 22 0 21 3 3 7 0 104 6 26 32 RBI *31 89 66 7 56 29 30 60 15 1 58 105 2 64 7 15 45 0 487 25 168 193 BB 24 118 96 2 56 49 28 34 13 2 58 105 2 79 13 26 47 0 576 43 133 176 SO 23 112 61 7 84 42 24 61 10 6 63 109 10 107 20 38 47 1 564 75 186 261 SB 1 1 6 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 14 0 1 1

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(*)Led League Selected by Kansas City in 1975 First-Year Player Draft (1st round - 9th pick overall). (1)Acquired by Cincinnati from Kansas City, 12/11/81, in deal for pitcher Scott Brown. (2)Released by Cincinnati on 11/15/82...Signed by Seattle as a free agent in February of 1983. (3)Released by Seattle on 4/4/83...Signed by New York (NL) as a free agent on 4/7/83. (4)Selected by St. Louis off New York’s Triple-A roster in Rule 5 Draft on 12/5/85. (5)Granted free agency on 11/12/86...Signed by New York as a minor league free agent on 2/9/87.

DIVISION SERIES STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB/OPP 1981 KC vs. Oak. AVG .273 G AB 3 11 R 0 H 3 2B 0 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 SH 0 SF HP 0 0 BB SO 1 1 SB CS E 0 0 0

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LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB/OPP 1978 KC vs. NYY 1980 KC vs. NYY L.C.S. Totals AVG .375 .000 .300 G AB 4 8 3 2 7 10 R 1 0 1 H 3 0 3 2B 0 0 0 3B HR RBI 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 SH 0 0 0 SF HP 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB SO 2 3 0 1 2 4 SB CS E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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WORLD SERIES STATISTICS
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YEAR CLUB/OPP 1980 KC vs. Phi. AVG .417 G AB 4 12 R 1 H 5 2B 1 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 SH 0 SF HP 0 0 BB SO 2 1 SB CS E 1 0 0

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Hurdle’s Record vs. Major League Clubs
Opponent........................................................Record Arizona .................................................. (56-73, .434) Atlanta.................................................... (19-29 .396) Baltimore .................................................. (5-4, .556) Boston ........................................................(5-4, .556) Chicago (AL) .............................................. (2-4, .333) Chicago (NL).......................................... (17-29, .370) Cincinnati .............................................. (21-18, .408) Cleveland .................................................. (8-7, .538) Colorado ............................................................ (0-0) Detroit...................................................... (11-7, .611) Florida .................................................. (25-23, .521) Houston ................................................ (16-27, .372) Kansas City................................................ (5-7, .417) Los Angeles (AL) ........................................ (2-1, .667) Los Angeles (NL) .................................... (57-77 .425) Opponent......................................................Record Milwaukee............................................ (21-22, .488) Minnesota................................................ (3-3, .500) New York (AL) .......................................... (4-5, .444) New York (NL) ...................................... (17-30, .362) Oakland .................................................. (2-1, .667) Philadelphia ........................................ (20-28, .417) Pittsburgh ............................................ (25-29, .463) St. Louis .............................................. (17-29, .370) San Diego ............................................ (73-63, .537) San Francisco ...................................... (63-71, .470) Seattle .................................................... (3-3, .500) Tampa Bay .............................................. (5-4, .556) Texas........................................................ (2-1, .667) Toronto .................................................... (3-6, .333) Washington/Montreal .......................... (27-20, .574)

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Overall ........................................534-625 (.461)

PIRATES ALL-TIME MANAGERS LIST (38)
MANAGER
Horace Phillips Fred Dunlap Ned Hanlon Guy Hecker Bill McGunnigle Tom Burns Al Buckenberger Connie Mack Patsy Donovan Bill Watkins Fred Clarke Jimmy Callahan Honus Wagner Hugo Bezdek George Gibson Bill McKechnie Donie Bush Jewel Ens Pie Traynor Frank Frisch Spud Davis Billy Herman Bill Burwell Billy Meyer Fred Haney Bobby Bragan Danny Murtaugh Harry Walker Larry Shepard Alex Grammas Bill Virdon Chuck Tanner Jim Leyland Gene Lamont Lloyd McClendon Pete Mackanin Jim Tracy John Russell

# YEARS MANAGED
3 1 2 1 1 1 3 3 2 2 16 2 1 3 6 5 3 3 6 7 1 1 1 5 3 2 15 3 2 1 2 9 11 4 5 1 2 3

YEAR(S)
1887-89 1889 1889, 1891 1890 1891 1892 1892-94 1894-96 1897, 1899 1898-99 1900-15 1916-17 1917 1917-1919 1920-22, 1932-34 1922-26 1927-29 1929-31 1934-39 1940-46 1946 1947 1947 1948-52 1953-55 1956-57 1957-64, 1967, 1970-71, 1973-76 1965-67 1968-69 1969 1972-73 1977-85 1986-96 1997-2000 2001-2005 2005 2006-2007 2008-2010

WON
149 7 57 23 24 27 187 149 129 79 1,422 85 1 166 401 409 246 176 457 539 1 61 1 317 163 102 1,115 224 164 4 163 711 851 295 336 12 135 186

LOST
180 10 65 113 33 32 144 134 129 91 969 129 4 187 330 293 178 167 406 528 2 92 0 452 299 155 950 184 155 1 128 685 863 352 446 14 189 299

PCT.
.453 .412 .467 .169 .421 .458 .565 .527 .500 .465 .595 .397 .200 .470 .549 .583 .580 .513 .530 .505 .333 .399 1.000 .412 .353 .397 .540 .549 .514 .800 .560 .509 .496 .456 .430 .462 .417 .384

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Fred Clarke

124
Frankie Frisch

1887 thru 2010
Danny Murtaugh

9,574

9,388
Jim Leyland

.505

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Jeff BaniSter
APPOINTED: 11/24/10 POSITION PLAYED: C/1B

BenCH CoaCH
AGE: 47 BORN: 1/15/64 in Weatherford, OK RESIDES: League City, TX

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Jeff Banister was officially named the Bench Coach of the Pirates on 11/24/10. He served the Major League club in that same capacity in 2010 from August 8 thru the end of the season. Now in his 26th season with the Pittsburgh organization, Banister spent the last eight years as the club’s Minor League Field Coordinator after working the previous four (1999-2002) as the Field Coordinator at the big league level. Originally selected by the Pirates in the 25th round of the 1986 June free agent draft, Jeff began his professional playing career with Watertown. He compiled a .247 batting average, 37 home runs and 204 RBI in 515 minor league games. Banister made his Major League debut and only big league appearance as a pinch hitter with the Pirates on 7/23/91. He owns a career Major League batting average of 1.000, having singled off Atlanta's Dan Petry at Three Rivers Stadium in his only big league at bat. Jeff went on to miss the entire 1992 season due to right elbow surgery.

Banister participated in Clemente Day activites at

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Kings Elementary School in 2010 Banister served as a player/coach with Carolina (AA) in 1993 before beginning his managerial career with Welland in the New York-Penn League in 1994. He moved on to manage Augusta (A) in 1995 and Lynchburg (A) for 1996 and the first half of the 1997 campaign. His Augusta club captured the 1995 South Atlantic League championship. Jeff replaced Marc Hill as manager at Carolina for the remainder of the 1997 season and spent the entire 1998 campaign at the Mudcats helm. In his five seasons as a minor league manager, Banny compiled a 299-330 (.475) record. He also managed in the Hawaiian Winter League in 1995 and 1996; his team advanced to the playoffs each season, with his Honolulu club winning the championship in 1995. In 2004, Jeff managed Lynchburg for two weeks during a managerial change.

HISTORY

Banister’s most-recent stint as a manager came in the Fall of 2009 as he managed the Scottsdale Scorpions to a 15-16 record and a second place finish during the Arizona Fall League. PERSONAL: Jeffrey Todd Banister...Wife’s name is Karen...Has two children, daughter Alexandra (4/30/95) and son Jacob (4/5/02)...Is a 1982 graduate of LaMarque (TX) High School, where he played baseball, football and golf...Was a quarterback and linebacker on the football team...Has battled bone cancer and osteomyelitis (an infection of the bone or bone marrow) throughout his professional career, in addition to having seven operations on his left ankle and leg in 1980...Played for Baytown (TX) Junior College, where he had his vertebrae crushed in a home-plate collision that left him temporarily paralyzed from the neck down...Attended the University of Houston in 1985-86...Shared the NBC Sportsman-of-the-Week award with Dennis Martinez (who threw a perfect game for the Expos) after making his big league debut in 1991...Was the first recipient of the Gilda Radner Courage Award (1991-92)...Participated in the Pirates Caravan and PirateFest this past January.

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
CLUB Watertown Macon Harrisburg Harrisburg Harrisburg Buffalo 1991 Buffalo Pittsburgh 1992 1993 Carolina Minor League Totals Major League Totals

AFFILIATES

YEAR 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990

AVG .145 .254 .259 .241 .269 .320 .244 1.000 .333 .247 1.000

G 41 101 71 102 101 12 79 1 8 515 1

AB 124 307 205 336 368 25 234 1 15 1614 1

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R H 2B 3B HR RBI 9 18 4 0 0 8 35 78 20 0 6 37 9 53 6 0 6 26 47 81 13 0 12 48 43 99 13 0 10 57 3 8 2 0 1 3 23 57 7 1 2 21 0 1 0 0 0 0 INJURED - MISSED ENTIRE SEASON 2 5 1 0 0 4 171 399 66 1 37 204 0 1 0 0 0 0

BB 12 27 10 30 23 3 28 0 1 134 0

SO 27 70 38 57 71 5 57 0 0 325 0

SB 4 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 10 0

Selected by Pittsburgh in 1986 First-Year Player Draft (25th round).

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YEAR 1994 1995 1996 1997 CLUB Welland Augusta (1) Lynchburg Lynchburg (2) Carolina (3) 1998 Carolina Minor League Totals (5 years) LEAGUE New York-Penn South Atlantic Carolina Carolina Southern Southern W 30 76 65 40 29 59 299 L 44 62 74 30 40 80 330 PCT .405 .551 .468 .571 .420 .424 .475 DIVISION Stedler Southern Northern Northern East East FINISH 4th 1st/4th 4th/2nd 2nd 5th 4th/5th

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(1)Defeated Columbus, two games to none, in first round of playoffs...Defeated Piedmont, three games to none, in South Atlantic League championship. (2)Managed the club during the first half of the season. (3)Replaced Marc Hill as manager during the second half of the season. Player/Coach, Carolina, 1993. Manager, Welland, 1994. Manager, Augusta, 1995. Manager, Lynchburg, 1996-1997. Manager, Carolina, 1997-1998. Manager, Norfolk, 1993. Major League Field Coordinator, Pittsburgh, 1999-2002. Minor League Field Coordinator, Pittsburgh, 2003-2010. Interim Bench Coach, Pittsburgh, August 8 - October 3, 2010.

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PIRATES WINNING STREAKS OF 10 GAMES OR MORE
STREAK 10 games 11 games 12 games 13 games 14 games 15 games 16 games SEASONS (2004, 1978, 1976, 1962, 1944, 1937, 1935, 1902, 1901) (1996, 1992, 1978, 1977, 1971, 1932, 1927 - twice, 1905) (1965, 1912, 1903) (1938, 1922, 1911) (1909) (1903) (1909)

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LAST TEN TRIPLE PLAYS TURNED BY THE PIRATES
DATE & OPPONENT DEFENSIVE PLAYERS INVOLVED
April 12, 2009 at Cincinnati . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jack Wilson (ss) to Freddy Sanchez (2b) to Adam LaRoche (1b) August 10, 1993 vs. St. Louis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jay Bell (ss) to Carlos Garcia (2b) to Kevin Young (1b) April 21, 1987 vs. New York . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Johnny Ray (2b) to Sid Bream (1b) to Denny Gonzalez (3b) to Junior Ortiz (c) August 23, 1982 vs. San Diego (game two) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dale Berra (ss) to Johnny Ray (2b) to Jason Thompson (1b) July 23, 1979 vs. Atlanta (game two) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bill Madlock (3b) to Phil Garner (2b) to Willie Stargell (1b) July 9, 1971 vs. Atlanta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Richie Hebner (3b) to Dave Cash (2b) to Bob Robertson (1b) June 6, 1970 vs. Los Angeles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Gene Alley (ss) to Al Oliver (1b) to Richie Hebner (3b) to Gene Alley (ss) May 30, 1969 vs. Houston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Al Oliver (1b) to Gene Alley (ss) to Al Oliver (1b) to Richie Hebner (3b) July 31, 1968 at Cincinnati (game two) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Gene Alley (ss) to Bill Mazeroski (2b) to Donn Clendenon (1b) April 18, 1968 vs. Cincinnati . . . . . . . . .Jesse Gonder (c) to Bob Bailey (1b) to Bill Mazeroski (2b) to Donn Clendenon (1b)

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tHird BaSe CoaCH
AGE: 57 (turns 58 on August 16) BORN: 8/16/53 in Ontario, CA RESIDES: Wayne, PA

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Nick Leyva joined Manager Clint Hurdle’s staff as the Third Base Coach on November 24, 2010. In addition to his role as the Third Base Coach, he will serve as the Club’s Infield Coach. The 2011 season marks Leyva’s 35th in professional baseball and his 17th at the Major League level. He spent the 2010 season as the Bench Coach for the Toronto Blue Jays - under Manager Cito Gaston - after working the previous two seasons as Toronto’s Third Base Coach. An infielder during his playing days, Leyva was selected by St. Louis in the 24th round of the 1975 First-Year Player Draft and began his professional career with Class-A Sarasota that summer. After a three-year playing career, which concluded with a stint at Double-A Arkansas in 1977, Leyva began his managerial/coaching career as a manager in the St. Louis farm system with Johnson City in 1977. In his first six seasons managing in the minor leagues (1978-1983), Leyva posted 350-340 (.507) record and was named the Texas League Manager-of-the-Year in 1983 after guiding Arkansas to a 69-67 record and second-half division title. Nick served the Cardinals as their First Base Coach at the big league level for two years (1984-85) before moving across the diamond to the third base coaching box for three years. In addition, he managed in the Puerto Rican Winter League for three years, winning the Championship and being named Manager-of-the-Year with Mayaguez in 1986. After his five seasons as a coach with the Cardinals, the Philadelphia Phillies named Leyva their Manager on October 3, 1988. At 37 years of age at the time, he was the youngest skipper of the Phillies since 1960 (Gene Mauch - 34). Leyva guided the Phillies to a 77-85 record in his second year at the helm, showing a 10-game improvement from his rookie campaign. Philadelphia, however, let Leyva go on April 24, 1991, after he got off to a 4-9 start that season. Leyva joined the Toronto organization for the first time in 1992 when he was hired to manage Triple-A Syracuse, a position he held for two seasons before serving the Blue Jays as their Third Base Coach from 1994-97. In that time, he also managed Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League in 1995 and 1996. After working two years in private business, Nick spent seven seasons in the Chicago White Sox organization. He was a manager at the Triple-A level with Charlotte for two seasons prior to being named the Appalachian League Manager-of-theYear in 2002 after guiding his Bristol club to a 43-25 record and a league title. He also won a Puerto Rican League championship with Mayaguez in 2002, one year after leading Lara to the Venezuelan Winter League championship. For two years (2003-04), Leyva served the White Sox as their Minor League Infield Instructor before returning to the managerial post with Charlotte in 2005 and Bristol in 2006. Leyva spent the 2007 season as the Third Base Coach with the Milwaukee Brewers. His last stint as a manager came in 2008 when he spent the first three months in the Mets farm system with Kingsport in the Appalachian League. He guided the K-Mets to a 1-2 record before being named Toronto’s Third Base Coach on June 20 that season. In his 14 seasons as a minor league manager, Leyva has posted a 714-777 (.479) record. He also captured three Winter League Championships while managing in Puerto Rico and Venezuela for seven seasons. PERSONAL: Nicholas Tomas Leyva (“LAY-vah”)...Wife’s name is Chelé...Has one son; Casey (10/22/83)...Is a 1971 graduate of Chaffey High School in Ontario, CA...Received degrees in Diversified Major and Spanish from LaVerne (CA) College in 1975...Also played baseball at LaVerne College and was a 1975 NAIA All-American...Is a member of the Sports Hall-ofFame at LaVerne College...Participated in the Pirates Caravan this past January.

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB 1975 Sarasota St. Petersburg 1976 St. Petersburg Arkansas 1977 Arkansas Minor League Totals AVG .278 .268 .278 .248 .268 .267 G 4 47 70 48 84 253 AB 18 157 237 153 213 778 R 3 16 32 16 24 91 H 5 42 66 38 57 208 2B 2 8 11 4 4 29 3B 0 2 0 1 2 5 HR 0 0 2 3 3 8 RBI 4 21 28 26 30 109 BB 2 23 17 12 24 78 SO 2 18 31 33 32 116 SB 1 1 3 0 4 9

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Selected by St. Louis in 1975 First-Year Player Draft (24th round).

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MANAGERIAL RECORD
CLUB LEAGUE Johnson City Appalachian Johnson City Appalachian Gastonia (1) South Atlantic St. Petersburg Florida State St. Petersburg Florida State Arkansas Texas 1983 Arkansas (2) Texas 1989 Philadelphia National 1990 Philadelphia National 1991 Philadelphia National 1992 Syracuse International 1993 Syracuse International 2000 Charlotte International 2001 Charlotte International 2002 Bristol (3) Appalachian 2005 Charlotte International 2006 Bristol Appalachian 2008 Kingsport Appalachian Minor League Totals (14 years) Major League Totals (3 years) YEAR 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 W 37 25 74 69 26 50 69 67 77 4 60 36 78 67 43 57 22 1 714 148 L 33 43 66 63 30 38 67 95 85 9 83 56 65 77 25 87 42 2 777 189 PCT .529 .368 .529 .523 .464 .568 .507 .414 .475 .308 .420 .391 .545 .465 .632 .396 .344 .333 .479 .439 DIVISION ------Northern Northern Northern Eastern Eastern East East East Eastern East South South Western South West West FINISH 2nd 5th 3rd/2nd 3rd/2nd 2nd 2nd 4th/1st 6th 5th ---4th 5th 2nd 4th 1st 3rd 5th ----

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(1)Lost to Greensboro, two games to none, in Northern Division championship. (2)Lost to Jackson, two games to none, in first round of Texas League playoffs. (3)Defeated Bluefield, two games to one, to win Appalachian League championship. Manager, Johnson City, 1978-1979. Manager, Gastonia, 1980 Manager, St. Petersburg, 1981-1982 Manager, Arkansas, 1982-1983. First Base Coach, St. Louis, 1984-1985. Third Base Coach, St. Louis, 1986-1988. Manager, Philadelphia, 1989-April 24, 1991. Manager, Syracuse, 1992-1993. Third Base Coach, Toronto, 1994-1997, 2008-2009. Manager, Charlotte, 2000-2001, 2005. Manager, Bristol, 2002, 2006. Third Base Coach, Milwaukee, 2007. Bench Coach, Toronto, 2010.

HISTORY POST-SEASON

MOST RUNS ALLOWED IN A GAME
The Last Time the Pirates Allowed As Many As...

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RUNS
10+ (11) 12+ (14) 15+ (17) 18+ (20) 21 22+ (23) 24+ (28) club record

DATE
September 30, 2010 August 30, 2010 April 26, 2010 April 22, 2010 May 25, 1954 July 10, 1943 August 28, 1887

OPPONENT
at Florida Marlins at Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee Brewers vs. Milwaukee Brewers at New York Giants (Polo Grounds) vs. Brooklyn Dodgers vs. Boston Braves

SCORE
LOST 11-9 LOST 14-2 LOST 17-3 LOST 20-0 LOST 21-4 LOST 23-6 LOST 28-14

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LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT
The Last Time the Pirates Lost a Game By As Many As...

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RUNS
14 15+

DATE
April 26, 2010 April 22, 2010

OPPONENT
at Milwaukee Brewers vs Milwaukee Brewers

SCORE
LOST 17-3 LOST 20-0
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gregg ritCHie
APPOINTED: 11/24/10 POSITION PLAYED: Outfield

AGE: 47 BORN: 1/25/64 in Washington, D.C. RESIDES: Stafford, VA

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Gregg Ritchie was named Pittsburgh’s Hitting Coach on November 24, 2010. The 2011 season marks Ritchie’s sixth with the Pirates organization, having served as the minor league hitting coordinator for the last five years (2006-2010). During that time, Gregg was instrumental in the development of some of Pittsburgh’s young stars, including Andrew McCutchen, Jose Tabata, Neil Walker and Pedro Alvarez. Prior to joining the Pirates, Gregg spent 10 years as a hitting coach in the Chicago White Sox minor league system. While part of their development staff, Chicago’s minor league teams advanced to the playoffs numerous times and captured a Double-A Championship with Birmingham. The White Sox also won the 2005 World Series, sweeping the Houston Astros in four games. He began his coaching career with Bristol in the Appalachian League in 1996. After two seasons with Bristol, Ritchie moved on to Class-A Hickory (1998) and Class-A Winston-Salem (1999). Gregg spent a majority of his tenure with the White Sox coaching the Double-A Birmingham club, where he spent four seasons (2000-2002, 2005). He represented the White Sox at the Southern League All-Star Game in 2002 as his Barons went on to lead the circuit with a .269 batting average and 220 stolen bases. Gregg began the 2003 campaign at Birmingham before moving up to the Triple-A Charlotte club when Hitting Coach Greg Walker was promoted to the Major League team on May 19. That year, Charlotte led the International League in home runs (139) and slugging percentage (.432), while ranking second in batting (.281). During his tenure with Birmingham, Ritchie helped propel the team to a franchise and Southern League record of six consecutive playoff berths. Originally selected by San Francisco in the eighth round of the 1986 June Draft, Ritchie spent seven seasons as an outfielder in the Giants farm system (1986-1992). He led the California League with 118 runs scored while playing with San Jose in 1988 and was named to the Midwest League All-Star team in 1987 after posting a career-high .337 average and 41 stolen bases at Class-A Clinton. Ritchie also played two seasons (1993-1994) with the Monterrey Industrials of the Mexican League and wrapped up his 10-year playing career in 1995 when he spent time with Triple-A Oklahoma City in the Texas organization, Tabasco of the Mexican League and with the Brother Elephants in Taiwan. PERSONAL: Gregory Allen Ritchie...Wife’s name is Kelly...Has four children; daughters Kaetlin (19), Riley (13) and Arizona (11) and son Logan (17)...Is a 1982 graduate of North Stafford (VA) High School, where he played baseball, football and basketball...Played four seasons of collegiate baseball at George Washington University, graduating in 1986...Was an All-American outfielder and was voted to the University’s All-Century team...Was also elected to GW’s Athletic Hall-of-Fame in 1999, joining others notables such as Red Auerbach, Steve Korchek, Sam Perlozzo, Mike Toomey, John Castleberry and John Flaherty...Operates his own baseball school, “The Starting Lineup,” in the offseason (instructs hundreds of students annually from elementary school through professional players)...Owns KaeLo Sports Inc., a company built around products that Gregg invented and patented including “The Hitter’s Seat” and “The Pitch.”

DEVELOPMENT

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 CLUB Everett Clinton San Jose Shreveport Phoenix Phoenix Phoenix Monterrey Industrials Monterrey Industrials Oklahoma City Tabasco Brother (Taiwan) Minor League Totals AVG .250 .337 .286 .238 .237 .287 .268 .356 .240 .179 .345 .333 .282 G 40 124 131 97 105 67 92 56 17 9 17 2 757 AB R 100 36 416 102 507 *118 332 53 342 53 157 23 183 25 174 29 50 6 28 5 55 7 3 0 2347 457 H 25 140 145 79 81 45 49 62 12 5 19 1 663 2B 3 19 29 14 13 8 5 3 1 0 3 0 98 3B 1 11 5 4 10 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 37 HR 0 4 6 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 14 RBI 11 49 65 35 28 16 13 15 4 4 8 1 249 BB 47 90 116 46 50 19 43 38 12 6 8 1 476 SO SB 28 18 80 41 119 40 61 29 74 23 29 13 34 11 37 8 17 0 4 1 8 2 0 0 491 186

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(*)Led League Selected by San Francisco in 1986 First-Year Player Draft (8th round). Hitting Coach, Bristol, 1996-1997. Hitting Coach, Hickory, 1998. Hitting Coach, Winston-Salem, 1999. Hitting Coach, Birmingham, 2000-2003, 2005. Hitting Coach, Charlotte, 2003-2004. Minor League Hitting Coordinator, Pittsburgh, 2006-2010.
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AGE: 43 (turns 44 on August 25) BORN: 8/25/67 in Havana, Cuba RESIDES: Miami, FL APPOINTED: 11/24/10 POSITION PLAYED: RHP

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Euclides Rojas joined the Major League Coaching Staff as Bullpen Coach on November 24, 2010. He served the Boston Red Sox in the same capacity for two seasons (2003-04) and also spent 12 days in 1999 as the Florida Marlins Bullpen Coach. Rojas spent the last six years as Pittsburgh’s Latin American Field Coordinator, a position he held since 2005. He also worked for the Pirates as a roving minor league instructor in 2002 with an emphasis on the club’s Latin American program. Prior to joining the Pirates in January of 2002, Rojas spent five seasons as a coach in the Florida Marlins minor league system. He began his coaching career in the Gulf Coast League the same day he was released as a player by the Marlins on June 2, 1996. After three more seasons (1997-99) with the GCL Marlins, Euky spent the 2000 season as the Pitching Coach for the Brevard County Manatees and was named the Florida organization’s winner of the Carl Barger Player Development Personof-the-Year award. His staff that season included A.J. Burnett, Dan Miceli, Brad Penny and Claudio Vargas, who won 10 games and was named to the Florida State League All-Star team. A right-handed pitcher, Rojas pitched in the Marlins farm system in 1995 and retired as a player on June 2, 1996. He was also a member of the Cuban National Team from 1982-1994 and ranks as the all-time leader in Cuban baseball with 342 career relief appearances and 90 saves. His playing career also consisted of pitching on Olympic, World and Pan American championship teams. PERSONAL: Euclides Rojas...Wife’s name is Marta...Has one son; Euclides Jr. (12/23/91)...Is a graduate of Jose Luis Arrunada High School in Cuba and a 1989 graduate of Havana University...Fled Cuba with 12 others crammed on a 15-foot raft in August of 1994...Drifted for five days until being rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard...Spent six months at Guantanamo Bay before entering the United States, sponsored by Rene Arocha, the former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher who had previously fled Cuba...Was selected by Florida in the 30th round of the 1995 First-Year Player Draft and signed by Marlins scout Dick Egan.

LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB 1995 GCL Marlins Portland (ME) Charlotte 1996 Charlotte Minor League Totals W-L 2-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 3-2 ERA 0.90 7.77 3.00 6.00 5.52 G GS CG SHO SV 2 2 0 0 0 14 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 24 3 0 0 1 IP 10.0 22.0 3.0 9.0 44.0 H 6 27 2 12 47 R 1 20 1 6 28 ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 1 0 0 1 7 0 1 19 3 1 13 22 2 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 6 2 1 3 8 2 0 27 5 2 19 39 4 2

DEVELOPMENT

Selected by Florida in 1995 First-Year Player Draft (30th round). Pitching Coach, GCL Marlins, 1996-1999, 2001. Pitching Coach, Brevard County, 2000. Roving Minor League Instructor, Pittsburgh, 2002. Bullpen Coach, Boston, 2003-2004. Latin American Field Coordinator, Pittsburgh, 2005-2010.

AFFILIATES

PITTSBURGH PIRATES HOME BALLPARKS
Recreation Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 30, 1887 - Sept. 30, 1890 Exposition Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 22, 1891 - June 29, 1909 Forbes Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 30, 1909 - June 28, 1970 Three Rivers Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 16, 1970 - October 1, 2000

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PNC Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 9, 2001 - PRESENT
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ray Searage
APPOINTED: 11/24/10 POSITION PLAYED: LHP

AGE: 55 (turns 56 on May 1) BORN: 5/1/55 in Deer Park, NY RESIDES: St. Petersburg, FL

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Ray Searage is in his first full season as the Pirates Pitching Coach. He joined the Major League coaching staff on October 17, 2009 and was named interim Pitching Coach on August 8, 2010 after Joe Kerrigan was relieved of his duties. Ray was officially named Pitching Coach on November 24. The 2011 season marks Searage’s 34th in professional baseball and his ninth with the Pittsburgh organization. He spent the 2009 off-season working as the Pitching Coach for Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League and did so again this past year until he was named Pitching Coach of the Bucs. Searage spent seven seasons as a Pitching Coach at various levels within the Pirates minor league system, most recently with Triple-A Indianapolis in 2008-2009. He also served in the same capacity with DoubleA Altoona (2006-07), Class-A Hickory (2005) and Rookie-League Williamsport (2003-2004). During his tenure with the Bucs, he also served as a coach during the Arizona Fall League in 2006 and again in 2008. Prior to joining the Pittsburgh organization, Ray spent the 2000 and 2001 seasons as the Florida Marlins Minor League Pitching Coordinator. He also served as Pitching Coach with Orlando (Devil Rays’ AA) for three © Los Angeles Dodgers years prior to joining the Marlins. Searage began his coaching career in the St. Louis Cardinals minor league system, working as a Pitching Coach with Madison (1994), Peoria (1995-1996) and Prince William Searage was a member of the Dodgers in 1989-90 (1997). Originally selected by St. Louis in the 22nd round of the 1976 June draft, Searage made his Major League debut with the New York Mets on 6/11/81. Ray picked up his first Major League win at Wrigley Field in Chicago while making his third career appearance on 8/11/81; in the same game he singled off Dick Tidrow in his first big league plate appearance. Later in the 1981 season, he earned his first save after nailing down a 5-3 Mets victory over the Pirates at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh on September 9. Searage pitched a total of seven big league seasons with the Mets (1981), Brewers (1984-86), White Sox (1986-87) and Dodgers (198990) and compiled an 11-13 record, 11 saves and a 3.50 ERA in 254 games (all in relief). He finished his professional pitching career with Edmonton (Angels’ AAA) in 1992. PERSONAL: Raymond Mark Searage...Wife’s name is Vicki...Has three sons; Raymond II (10/16/80), Ryan (11/23/82) and Robbie (4/25/88)...Is a 1973 graduate of Deer Park High School on Long Island, NY...Played baseball, basketball and ran cross country while in high school...Also played baseball at West Liberty State College in West Virginia...Participated in the team’s annual PirateFest and Caravan this past January.

DEVELOPMENT

PIRATES 20-GAME WINNERS
1901 1902 1903 1905 Deacon Phillippe . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-12 Jack Chesbro. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-10 Jack Chesbro. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-6 Jess Tannehill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-6 Deacon Phillippe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-9 Sam Leever. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-7 Deacon Phillippe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-9 Sam Leever. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-5 Deacon Phillippe . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-13 Vic Willis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-13 Sam Leever. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-7 Vic Willis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-11 Al Leifield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-16 Nick Maddox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-8 Vic Willis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-11 Howard Camnitz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-6 Vic Willis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-11 Babe Adams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-12 Howard Camnitz . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-15 Claude Hendrix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-9 Howard Camnitz . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-12 1913 1915 1916 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1926 1927 1928 1930 1943 1944 1951 1958 1960 1977 1990 1991 Babe Adams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-10 Al Mamaux . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-8 Al Mamaux . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-15 Wilbur Cooper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-15 Wilbur Cooper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-14 Wilbur Cooper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-14 John Morrison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-13 Wilbur Cooper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-14 Remy Kremer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-6 Lee Meadows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-9 Carmen Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-11 Burleigh Grimes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-14 Remy Kremer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-12 Rip Sewell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-9 Rip Sewell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-12 Murry Dickson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-16 Bob Friend. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-14 Vernon Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-9 John Candelaria. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-5 Doug Drabek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-6 John Smiley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-8

AFFILIATES

1906 1907 1908 1909

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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L 1976 Sarasota 1-3 1977 Johnson City 3-2 St. Petersburg 0-0 1978 Gastonia 8-3 1979 Arkansas (1) 10-4 1980 Jackson 4-5 Tidewater 1-0 1981 Tidewater 2-0 New York-NL (2) 1-0 1982 Charleston (3) 2-7 1983 Charleston (4) 7-7 1984 Vancouver 6-3 Milwaukee 2-1 1985 Milwaukee 1-4 Vancouver 2-0 1986 Milwaukee 0-1 Vancouver (5) 2-0 Chicago-AL 1-0 1987 Chicago-AL 2-3 Hawaii (6) 0-1 1988 Albuquerque 2-3 1989 Los Angeles-NL 3-4 Albuquerque 0-1 1990 Los Angeles-NL (7) 1-0 1991 Scranton (8) 1-0 1992 Edmonton 3-3 Minor League Totals 54-42 N.L. Totals 5-4 A.L. Totals 6-9 Major League Totals 11-13 ERA 4.22 4.83 2.84 2.78 2.22 3.34 6.90 2.33 3.65 4.89 5.64 3.07 0.70 5.92 2.42 6.95 1.44 0.62 4.20 3.68 5.10 3.53 2.25 2.78 5.79 5.33 4.03 3.35 3.59 3.50 G 11 8 13 39 42 14 19 18 26 38 31 33 21 33 23 17 20 29 58 3 51 41 2 29 3 34 402 96 158 254 GS 5 5 0 6 0 10 0 0 0 9 20 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 64 0 0 0 CG SHO 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 4 1 2 4 3 0 2 3 1 3 1 1 6 1 8 1 7 0 2 1 8 0 0 0 0 1 49 1 10 11 IP 24.0 41.0 19.0 110.0 89.0 70.0 30.0 27.0 37.0 114.0 134.0 76.1 38.1 38.0 26.0 22.0 25.0 29.0 55.2 7.1 60.0 35.2 8.0 32.1 4.2 49.0 914.1 104.2 183.0 287.2 H 24 38 11 86 73 54 35 29 34 112 146 62 20 54 22 29 12 15 56 6 62 29 8 30 5 65 850 93 174 267 R 17 23 7 40 27 32 24 10 16 73 94 29 3 27 10 17 5 3 28 5 39 15 3 11 4 35 477 42 78 120 ER 15 22 6 34 22 26 23 7 15 62 84 26 3 25 7 17 4 2 26 3 34 14 2 10 3 29 409 39 73 112 BB 22 21 12 68 46 26 20 13 17 87 76 44 16 24 12 9 8 19 24 3 25 18 2 10 2 22 509 45 92 137 SO 31 27 12 86 63 71 20 23 16 87 77 59 29 36 31 10 20 26 33 5 58 24 7 19 3 23 703 59 134 193

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Selected by St. Louis in 1976 June Draft (22nd round). (1)Acquired by New York (NL) from St. Louis, 12/10/79, in deal for catcher Jody Davis. (2)Acquired by Cleveland from New York (NL), 1/8/82, in deal for infielder Tom Veryzer. (3)Acquired by San Diego from Cleveland, 12/15/82, on a conditional basis for a player to be named...Returned to Cleveland on 3/28/83. (4)Signed by Milwaukee as a minor league free agent on 11/4/83. (5)Acquired by Chicago (AL) from Milwaukee, 7/23/86, in deal for pitcher Al Jones and outfielder Tom Hartley. (6)Signed by Los Angeles as a minor league free agent on 4/5/88. (7)Signed by Philadelphia as a minor league free agent on 3/14/91. (8)Signed by California as a minor league free agent on 12/12/91. Pitching Coach, Madison, 1994. Pitching Coach, Peoria, 1995-1996. Pitching Coach, Prince William, 1997. Pitching Coach, Orlando, 1998-1999. Minor League Pitching Coordinator, Florida, 2000-2001. Pitching Coach, Williamsport, 2003-2004. Pitching Coach, Hickory, 2005. Pitching Coach, Altoona, 2006-2007. Pitching Coach, Indianapolis, 2008-2009. Major League Coach, Interim Pitching Coach, Pittsburgh. 2010.

POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT

NO-HITTERS BY PIRATE PITCHERS
DATE 9/20/1907 5/6/1951 5/26/1959 9/20/1969 6/12/1970 8/9/1976 7/12/1997 BY Nick Maddox Cliff Chambers Harvey Haddix Bob Moose Dock Ellis John Candelaria Francisco Cordova (9.0) Ricardo Rincon (1.0) OPPONENT Brooklyn Boston Milwaukee New York San Diego Los Angeles Houston SITE Pittsburgh Boston Milwaukee New York San Diego Pittsburgh Pittsburgh SCORE 2-1 3-0 *0-1 4-0 2-0 2-0 **3-0

AFFILIATES

* 12 perfect innings, lost no-hit bid and game in 13th inning ** 10 innings - only combined extra-inning no-hitter in M.L. history NOTE: Major League Baseball announced on 9/4/91, in accordance with the Committee for Statistical Accuracy, that the definition of a no-hit game is “one in which a pitcher - or pitchers - completes a game of nine innings or more without allowing a hit.”...All other games, such as Haddix’ and the combined no-no, are “notable achievements” and will be listed separately.
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AGE: 54 BORN: 10/23/56 in Villa Gonzalez, D.R. RESIDES: Parkland, FL

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APPOINTED: 11/24/10 POSITION PLAYED: OF

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After spending the last 35 years in the Kansas City organization, Luis Silverio joined the Pirates Major League staff on November 24, 2010. In addition to his role as the First Base Coach, he will serve as the Club’s Outfield and Baserunning Coach. Silverio was Kansas City’s minor league outfield coordinator in 2010 after spending the 2009 season as the club’s Special Assistant to Player Development. Luis spent six seasons (2003-2008) on the Royals Major League coaching staff, manning the first base coaching box three years and the third base box for three. Prior to joining Kansas City’s big league staff, Silverio worked as the Coordinator of Dominican Republic Operations (200002) as well as serving as the Minor League Outfield Instructor in 2000-01. He also served as general manager for the Royals Dominican League affiliate in Salcedo from 1990-2002 while also overseeing the club’s player development operations and scouting in the Dominican Republic and Panama. Luis also served as a scout for the organization during his tenure with Kansas City. Originally signed by the Royals as a non-drafted free agent on November 12, 1973, Silverio played in the minor league system until 1982. During that time, he was named to the Gulf Coast League All-Star team in 1975 after leading the circuit in home runs and played on championship teams in 1976 (Waterloo), 1977 (Jacksonville) and 1978 (Omaha). During the summer of 1975, while he was leading the Gulf Coast League in home runs, his teammate, Clint Hurdle, led the league with 31 RBI for a team that went 31-18. Silverio, who was a teammate of Hurdle with the Royals in 1978, appeared in eight games for the American League West champions that September and went 6-for-11 with two doubles, a triple, three RBI and seven runs scored. He made his Major League debut as a pinch runner at California on September 9 and collected his first big league hit the following day (in his first Major League at bat) with a single off Nolan Ryan. After missing the 1979 season due to right knee surgery, Luis played parts of three more minor league seasons before retiring as a player following the 1982 campaign. PERSONAL: Luis Pascual Silverio...Wife’s name is Yenny...Has five children; daughters Jennifer (3/20/81), Alison (5/20/85), Julia (9/12/86) and sons Louis (12/15/93) and Luis Jr. (6/27/95)...His daughter, Jennifer, is married to former Royals shortstop Angel Berroa...Has two grandchildren; Angel Luis (11/15/06) and Angeles Maria (6/14/08)...Comes from a family of 15 (seven girls and eight boys)...Received offers from the Montreal Expos and Philadelphia Phillies in the summer of 1973 before signing with the Royals...Participated in team’s annual PirateFest and Caravan this past January.

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB 1974 Sarasota 1975 Waterloo Sarasota 1976 Waterloo 1977 Jacksonville 1978 Omaha Kansas City 1979 1980 Omaha 1981 Jacksonville GCL Royals Blue 1982 Omaha Minor League Totals Major League Totals AVG .299 .115 .233 .272 .239 .230 .545 .214 .245 .226 .260 .248 .545 G 48 12 44 122 108 125 8 21 19 44 93 636 8 AB 157 26 150 463 352 461 11 70 53 137 312 2181 11 R H 2B 3B 39 47 5 4 2 3 1 1 20 35 5 3 75 126 20 3 59 84 17 4 78 106 22 4 7 6 2 1 INJURED - DID NOT PLAY 8 15 3 0 5 13 3 0 22 31 8 2 49 81 17 1 357 541 101 22 7 6 2 1 HR 3 0 *5 14 7 19 0 4 1 3 7 63 0 RBI 28 3 29 82 43 57 3 14 6 18 35 315 3 BB 36 2 26 57 43 51 2 5 11 18 38 287 2 SO 32 14 38 87 81 120 3 SB 5 0 2 13 42 38 1

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(*)Led League Signed by Kansas City as a non-drafted free agent on 11/12/73.
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MANAGERIAL RECORD
YEAR CLUB 1986 Sarasota 1987 Sarasota (1) 1988 Baseball City 1989 Baseball City (2) Minor League Totals (4 years) LEAGUE Gulf Coast Gulf Coast Florida State Florida State W 30 40 79 78 227 L 33 23 60 51 167 PCT .476 .635 .568 .561 .576 DIVISION Southern Southern Central Central FINISH 5th 1st 2nd/3rd 1st/3rd

(1)Lost to GCL Dodgers, one game to none, in Gulf Coast League championship. (2)Lost to St. Petersburg, two games to none, in first round of Florida State League playoffs. Coach, Fort Myers, 1983. Coach, Charleston, 1984 Coach, Sarasota, 1985. Manager, Sarasota, 1986-1987. Manager, Baseball City, 1988-1989. General Manager, Salcedo, 1990-2002. Latin American Coordinator, Kansas City, 1993-1999. Coordinator of Dominican Operations, Kansas City, 2000-2002. First Base Coach, Kansas City, 2003-2004, 2008. Third Base Coach, Kansas City, 2005-2007. Special Assistant to Player Development, Kansas City, 2009. Minor League Outfield Coordinator, Kansas City, 2010.

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Willie Stargell............................................................................................55 Hamilton Hyatt..........................................................................................50 Jose Pagan................................................................................................48 Manny Sanguillen ....................................................................................44 John Cangelosi..........................................................................................42 Jerry Lynch................................................................................................42 Manny Mota..............................................................................................42

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PIRATES WHO HAVE HIT FOR THE CYCLE
Hitting for the cycle (a single, double, triple and home run in the same game) is a feat that has been accomplished 23 times by 20 different Pittsburgh players. Fred Clarke, Arky Vaughan and Wally Westlake achieved the feat two times each. It has been accomplished just six times by a Bucco since the 1951 season and just once (Jason Kendall at Three Rivers Stadium on May 19, 2000) in the city of Pittsburgh in the last 61 years.

DEVELOPMENT

PLAYER
Fred Carroll Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Owen Wilson Honus Wagner Dave Robertson Pie Traynor Kiki Cuyler Max Carey Arky Vaughan Arky Vaughan Bob Elliott

DATE
May 2, 1887 July 23, 1901 May 7, 1903 July 3, 1910 August 22, 1912 (game 2) August 30 ,1921 July 7, 1923 June 4, 1925 June 20, 1925 June 24, 1933 July 19, 1939 July 15, 1945 (game 2)

OPPONENT
DETROIT CINCINNATI CINCINNATI at Cincinnati NEW YORK at Brooklyn at Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA BROOKLYN at Brooklyn at New York BROOKLYN

PLAYER
Bill Salkeld Wally Westlake Wally Westlake Ralph Kiner Gus Bell Willie Stargell Richie Zisk Mike Easler Gary Redus Jason Kendall Daryle Ward

DATE
August 4, 1945 July 30, 1948 June 14, 1949 June 25, 1950 June 4, 1951 July 22, 1964 June 9, 1974 June 12, 1980 August 25, 1989 May 19, 2000 May 26, 2004

OPPONENT
ST. LOUIS at Brooklyn BOSTON at Brooklyn at Philadelphia at St. Louis at San Francisco at Cincinnati at Cincinnati ST. LOUIS at St. Louis

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HeBerto andrade
Bullpen Catcher
Heberto Andrade is in his eighth season as the Pirates Bullpen Catcher. His daily responsibilities include catching pitchers’ bullpen sessions prior to games and warming up pitchers during the games. He also observes what pitchers are doing mechanically and has regular communication with the Bullpen Coach and Pitching Coach. Herbie also throws to the hitters during batting practice on a daily basis. Andrade spent three years (1986-88) as a catcher in the Chicago Cubs farm system and also played professional baseball in Venezuela, Italy and Colombia before retiring as a player in 1996. In addition to his duties with the Pirates, Heberto has spent the last 15 years as a coach and catching instructor during the Venezuelan Winter League. He was one of the two catchers for the 2006 All-Star Game Home Run Derby, which was held at PNC Park on July 10. Heberto and his wife Maria reside in Venezuela and have three daughters; Maria Jesus (14), Maria Jose (13) and Maria Angel (12).

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Mark StrittMatter
Major League Coach
Mark Strittmatter joined Manager Clint Hurdle’s staff as a Major League Coach on November 24, 2010. In his role, he will serve the big league coaching staff as the pitcher’s hitting coach and will also assist the catchers and the hitting program. A member of Colorado’s first June draft in 1992, Strittmatter spent the last eight years as the Bullpen catcher for the Rockies, having been named to that position on October 15, 2002. Strittmatter made his first All-Star appearance in 2008, as he served on the National League All-Star coaching staff led by Clint Hurdle at Yankee Stadium in July. The former catcher spent almost his entire nine-year playing career in the Colorado minor league system from 1992 until halfway thru the 2000 season. He then finished off the last few months of his career with San Diego’s Triple-A affiliate before retiring. His only big league action came as a September call-up in 1998, appearing in four games for the Rockies and going hitless in four at bats. In his minor league career, Strittmatter hit .246 with 27 home runs and 207 RBI in 556 games. During his time as a player, Mark came to Coors Field in Denver during the 1998 All-Star festivities to serve as a the catcher in the National League bullpen. Born in Huntington, NY, on April 4, 1969, Strittmatter played baseball at Morris County Junior College in Randolph, NJ, for two years before transferring to Virginia Commonwealth University, where he helped lead the Rams to the Metro Conference Championship in 1992. Mark and his wife Katie reside in Highlands Ranch, CO, and have two children; son Sean (7) and daughter Emily (6).

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kevin roaCH
Video Coordinator
Kevin Roach is in his seventh season as the team’s official video coordinator. In his role, Kevin is responsible for videotaping each Pittsburgh batter and pitcher during every game, as well as taping a majority of every opponent’s games. The videos are then used by Manager Clint Hurdle, along with the coaching staff and players, to analyze strengths and weaknesses in the players performance. In addition, Kevin oversees the video operations for all minor league teams within the organization. Prior to joining the Pirates, Roach spent five years as the assistant video coordinator for the Pittsburgh Panthers. In addition to assisting with the video efforts for the entire athletic department, he was the chief video contact for the men’s basketball program. Kevin also served as an administrative assistant for the Cleveland State University men’s basketball team for four years (1996-2000). While there, he coordinated the Cleveland State Benefit Golf Outing and was co-director of the Rollie Massimino Basketball Camp. Roach additionally worked with the Cleveland Browns media relations department and the Cleveland Indians video department. He also served as an administrative assistant for the Wichita State men’s basketball team from 1995-1996 and the UNLV men’s basketball team from 1992-1994. A native of Syracuse, NY, Roach earned both his Master’s in sport management and Bachelor’s degree in communication from Cleveland State University. He also owns an Associate’s degree in radio and television from Onondaga Community College. In addition, Kevin coached the Cleveland Basketball Club’s AAU 15 & Under squad which advanced to the 1999 AAU National Tournament in Indianapolis. Kevin and his wife Heather reside in Pittsburgh and have two daughters; Ella (3) and Lily (1).

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dr. PatriCk deMeo
Medical Director
Dr. Patrick DeMeo serves as the Medical Director for the Pittsburgh Pirates, a position he has held since the 2002 season. He began his tenure as Sports Medicine consultant and coordinator of services provided by Allegheny General Hospital for the club during the summer of 2000. In November of 2008, DeMeo and the Pirates athletic training staff received the Dick Martin Award, an honor bestowed upon the Best Medical Staff in baseball by Baseball Prospectus. The award is named after the long-time Twins trainer who helped set the standard of excellence that today's Athletic Trainers and doctors aspire to reach. DeMeo is currently the Chairman of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Allegheny General Hospital as well as a member of the Board of Directors. In addition to his services in Pittsburgh, he serves as Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery for the Drexel University School of Medicine in Philadelphia. He received his medical degree from Wayne State University in 1986 and served his internship and residencies at the Downstate Medical Center at the State University of New York. Dr. DeMeo, who is certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, completed his orthopaedic residency at The Ohio State University and his Fellowship training in sports medicine at the Cleveland Clinic. He was also honored by Vectors as Pittsburgh’s Physician-of-the-Year in 2002 and is the past President of Dapper Dan Charities in Pittsburgh. Dr. DeMeo and his wife, Anita, have two children; son PJ (16) and daughter Kaitlyn (14).

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dr. edward SneLL
Team Physician
Dr. Edward Snell is in his 12th season as the Pirates Team Physician, having joined the staff in 2000. In addition to his work with the Bucs, Ed serves as the President for the Major League Baseball Team Physician Association and is a member of the PIAA Sports Medicine advisory board. He has also served as a medical consultant for a number of professional and amateur sports venues, including the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Pittsburgh Marathon, The Great Race, the NCAA tournament and the World Boxing Council. He was recognized as the Physician of the Year in 2009 by the PATS. Snell is currently a senior attending staff physician with Allegheny Orthopaedic Associates. He is also a director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship Program at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh and serves as an Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics at Drexel University school of Medicine in Philadelphia. A native of Harrisburg, PA, Dr. Snell received undergraduate degrees in mathematics and chemistry from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA, and his medical degree from the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine in 1991. He completed his residency at St. Margaret Memorial Hospital in Pittsburgh and his fellowship training in sports medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Ohio, where he also served as a physician for the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Cleveland Browns. Ed is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine. Snell also serves on the PIAA Sports Advisory Committee and is the co-medical director of the athletic training program at Duquesne University. Dr. Snell and his wife Christine have two daughters; Emily (14) and Elizabeth (10)

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CONTRACT STATUS OF PLAYERS ON THE 40-MAN ROSTER
PLAYER SIGNED THRU Ramon Aguero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Pedro Alvarez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Jose Ascanio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 John Bowker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Ronny Cedeno . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Pedro Ciriaco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Kevin Correia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2012 Mike Crotta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Matt Diaz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2012 Ryan Doumit . . . . . . . .2011 (club option for 2012-13) Joel Hanrahan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Kevin Hart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Gorkys Hernandez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Jason Jaramillo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Garrett Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Jeff Karstens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Chris Leroux . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Brad Lincoln . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Jeff Locke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Paul Maholm . . . . . . . . . .2011 (club option for 2012) PLAYER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SIGNED THRU Andrew McCutchen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Daniel McCutchen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 James McDonald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Kyle McPherson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Evan Meek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Bryan Morris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Charlie Morton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Daniel Moskos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Ross Ohlendorf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Scott Olsen . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 (club option for 2012) Lyle Overbay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Steve Pearce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Alex Presley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Chris Resop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Josh Rodriguez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Chris Snyder . . . . . . . . . . .2011 (club option for 2012) Jose Tabata . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Aaron Thompson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Neil Walker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011 Tony Watson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011
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Brad HenderSon
Head Athletic Trainer
Brad Henderson was named Head Athletic Trainer of the Pirates on December 2, 2002, after spending 15 years as the Assistant Athletic Trainer with the St. Louis Cardinals. He joined the Cardinals Major League training staff in May of 1988 and had been a trainer in the St. Louis organization since 1985. In November of 2008, Henderson and his staff received the Dick Martin Award, an honor bestowed upon the Best Medical Staff in baseball by Baseball Prospectus. The award is named after the long-time Twins trainer who helped set the standard of excellence that today's Athletic Trainers and doctors aspire to reach. Henderson's staff not only had an excellent 2008 campaign, but its three-year results and trends from 2006-08 were the best in the game. Henderson's first professional assignment was serving as athletic trainer with the Johnson City club in the Appalachian League. He was also head athletic trainer with Arkansas (Texas League) before joining St. Louis in 1988. Brad has been a National Athletic Trainers Association member since 1986 and is licensed by the states of Pennsylvania, Missouri and Florida. He was the National League Assistant Trainer Representative to the PBAT Executive Committee for two years and served as athletic trainer for the 2006 and 2000 National League All-Star teams. In addition, Brad has worked with the athletic training staffs of the St. Louis football Cardinals and the University of Missouri's football and baseball teams. A 1985 graduate of the University of Missouri, Brad and his wife Julie have a son; Blake (19) and a daughter; Brooke (17)...Blake is currently attending Dayton University.

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Mike SandovaL
HISTORY

Assistant Athletic Trainer
Mike Sandoval joined the Pittsburgh Pirates Major League athletic training staff when he was named assistant athletic trainer and Major League rehab coordinator on November 8, 2000. The 2011 season will mark Sandoval’s 25th as an athletic trainer in the Pittsburgh organization. He began his professional career in 1987 while still in school at New Mexico State University, when he served as athletic trainer for the Watertown Pirates in the New York-Penn League. Mike also served the Bucs as an athletic trainer at Princeton, WV (1988), Salem (1989), Harrisburg (1990), Carolina (1991, 1997-1998), Buffalo (1992-94), Calgary (1995), Augusta (1996) and Altoona (1999-2000). During the inaugural season of the Arizona Fall League in 1992, Sandoval served as athletic trainer for Phoenix. He did the same for Peoria during the 2000 off-season and with Kauai in the Hawaiian Winter League in both 1993 and 1994. Sandoval also spent winters as an athletic trainer in Venezuela (1990) and the Dominican Republic (1991). Mike was also the athletic trainer for the Mexican team during the 2006 World Baseball Classic. Mike and his wife, Dodie, have one son; Michael, Jr. (24). He is a 1988 graduate of New Mexico State University, where he earned a degree in physical education and sports medicine. A member of the 2002 Major League Athletic Trainers Staff-of-the-Year, Sandoval has been a NATA member since 1985 and was NATA certified in 1988. Mike was licensed by the state of Pennsylvania in 2001.

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THE LONG BALLS
The Pirates have hit 10,043 home runs in their 124-year history. Here’s a millesimal breakdown:

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HR #
1 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 10,000

WHO HIT IT
Fred Carroll Reb Russell Al Lopez Ralph Kiner Bill Mazeroski Richie Hebner Ed Ott Sid Bream Carlos Garcia Kevin Young Garrett Jones

DATE OF HOMER
May 2, 1887 September 19, 1923 June 11, 1941 April 15, 1952 July 16, 1961 July 1, 1970 April 26, 1978 May 15, 1987 April 13, 1996 September 21, 2002 September 2, 2009

LOCATION
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Brooklyn St. Louis Los Angeles New York New York Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Cincinnati

PITCHER
Lady Baldwin Joe Genewich Kirby Higbe Gerrt Staley Jim Golden Jim McAndrew Bob Myrick Charlie Puleo Jeff Fassero Pat Mahomes Homer Bailey

OPPONENT
Detroit Wolverines Boston Braves Brooklyn Dodgers St. Louis Cardinals Los Angeles Dodgers New York Mets New York Mets Atlanta Braves Montreal Expos Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds

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frank veLaSquez
Strength & Conditioning Coordinator
Frank Velasquez is in his ninth season as the Pittsburgh Pirates Major League Strength and Conditioning Coordinator. Prior to joining the Pittsburgh organization, Velasquez spent three years as the minor league conditioning & medical coordinator for the Texas Rangers. He also served the Texas organization as a minor league athletic trainer at Charlotte (1997-1999) and Class-A Charleston, SC (1996). Frank is a 1989 graduate of Three Rivers High School (Three Rivers, MI) and a 1993 graduate of the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI), where he served as a student athletic trainer from 1989 to 1993 while earning a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. At Michigan he was a part of several Big 10 Championships and on the staffs of the 1991 Gator Bowl and 1993 Rose Bowl winning teams. He also has over five years of experience working in the arena of outpatient physical therapy. Frank is a certified athletic trainer by the NATA and a certified strength and conditioning specialist by the NSCA. Velasquez was born in Bay City, MI. He and his wife, Carrie, reside in Pittsburgh and have one son; Kaden (6).

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erwin vaLenCia
Physical Therapist and Rehab Coordinator
Erwin Valencia is in his seventh season with the Pittsburgh organization, his sixth as a member of the Major League training staff. He spent the 2005 season as the Athletic Trainer for the Gulf Coast League Pirates while assisting the minor league athletic training Coordinator with rehabilitation programs in Bradenton. Prior to joining the Pirates, Erwin worked at the US Athletic Training Center in New York City from 2003-2005 as a Staff Physical Therapist, at Yale University as an Assistant Athletic Trainer in 2002-2003, at the Tilton School in New Hampshire as an Assistant Athletic Trainer in 2001-2002, and as a Student Athletic Trainer for Plymouth State University in 2000-2001. Valencia earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of the Philippines, Manila, in 1999 and has since been a Registered Physical Therapist in the Philippines and in the United States. He received a Masters of Education in Athletic Training and Sports Medicine from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire in 2002 and has since been a Certified Athletic Trainer and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Erwin continued his academic career with a Post-Graduate Fellowship at Yale University the following year, and is currently completing his final requirements at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences for his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, specializing in Manual Therapy. Erwin is a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists, the American Physical Therapy Association, the National Athletic Trainers' Association, the National Strength and Conditioning Association, National Academy of Sports Medicine and the Philippine Physical Therapy Association. He is a consultant for the Czech Republic National Baseball Team, the South African Baseball Union, and is an Expert Panel Member for Sports Physical Therapy for the Philippine Physical Therapy Association. Valencia resides in South Tampa, Florida.

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kiyoSHi MoMoSe
Latin American Strength and Conditioning Coordinator
Kiyoshi Momose is in his 11th season as a member of the Pirates organization. He joined the Major League staff in January of 2002 after working as the club’s minor league assistant Conditioning Coach in 2001. Kiyoshi also served as the Pirates Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coordinator (2005-2006) after working the previous three years (2002-2004) as the team’s Video Coordinator. Momose assists Frank Velasquez with the day-to-day conditioning of the Major League players, which includes nutrition, weight training programs and daily evaluations of the athletes. He will work in Pittsburgh while the team is at home and will also travel to the Dominican Republic and Venezuela to oversee the players’ conditioning in those respective academies. Momose was born in Nagano, Japan and is a 1991 graduate of Misuzugaoka High School in Nagano. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in physical education from Nippon College of Physical Education and his Master’s degree in exercise physiology from the University of Central Florida. In addition, he is fluent in three languages (English, Japanese and Spanish). Kiyoshi and his wife, Lucianna, reside in Pittsburgh with their son Tristan (10).

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SCott Bonnett
Clubhouse Manager
Scott “Bones” Bonnett joined the Pittsburgh organization on February 1, 2000. He spent nine years as the Assistant Equipment Manager before being named to his current position in November of 2008. Bonnett is responsible for ordering all equipment for the Major League club in addition to maintaining a comfortable atmosphere in the Pirates clubhouse at PNC Park. He also oversees the transfer and distribution of personal luggage and all baseball equipment during team travel. Scott also travels to Bradenton, FL, to assist the club during mini-camp and the annual Fantasy Camp in January. Prior to joining the Pirates, Scott worked as an attendant in the visiting baseball clubhouse at Cinergy Field, the previous home of the Cincinnati Reds, for nine years (1991-1999). He also served the Cincinnati organization as a batboy for three seasons (1988-1990). Scott has also spent time with the Pirates the past nine years during the club’s spring training stay in Bradenton, Florida. The 40-year-old Bonnett is a native of Cincinnati, OH, and is a graduate of Lakota High School. He also attended the University of Cincinnati. Scott resides in Pittsburgh and has one son; Sawyer James (5).

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kevin Conrad
Visiting Clubhouse Manager
Kevin Conrad was named the visiting clubhouse manager in January of 1998. In that role, he is responsible for maintaining a comfortable atmosphere in the visiting baseball clubhouse at PNC Park in addition to assisting Equipment Manager Scott Bonnett in day-to-day clubhouse operations. In 2006, Kevin served as the American League clubhouse manager for the Major League Baseball All-Star Game at PNC Park. Prior to joining the Pittsburgh organization, Conrad served as an assistant in the Philadelphia Phillies visiting clubhouse for six seasons. He also serves as the visiting clubhouse manager at McKechnie Field during spring training and has also assisted during the Pirates stay in Bradenton, Florida, since 1995. The 44-year-old native of Rahway, NJ, is a 1985 graduate of Roselle (NJ) Catholic High School.

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kiere BuLLS
Assistant Equipment Manager
Kiere Bulls is in his third season as the Assistant Equipment Manager. In his role, he is responsible for helping to maintain a comfortable atmosphere in the Pirates clubhouse in addition to assisting Home Clubhouse Manager Scott Bonnett in day-to-day operations. Bulls worked part-time in the Pirates clubhouse from August 1, 1998 thru the 2008 season while also working as a correctional officer at the Allegheny County Jail from March 29, 2004 thru February 2009. In addition to handling all the duties while taking an occasional road trip with the team during the regular season, Kiere has also assisted Bonnett the last two years during the club’s stay in Bradenton, Florida, during spring training. The 28-year-old Bulls is a 2000 graduate of Langley High School in Pittsburgh, and resides in Bellevue. He has two children; daughter London (7) and son Keyshawn (4).

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62 45 97 * 71 * 29 60 43 * 52 25 27 63 32 61 28 34 53 67 47 64 50 57 38 * 49 26 73 * 30 65 * 69 75 * 72 * 48 * 65 74 * 39 * Aguero, Ramon Ascanio, Jose Beimel, Joe (LH) Burres, Brian (LH) Correia, Kevin Crotta, Mike Gallagher, Sean Hanrahan, Joel Hart, Kevin Karstens, Jeff Leroux, Chris Lincoln, Brad Locke, Jeff (LH) Maholm, Paul (LH) McCutchen, Daniel McDonald, James McPherson, Kyle Meek, Evan Morris, Bryan Morton, Charlie Moskos, Daniel (LH) Nieve, Fernando Ohlendorf, Ross Olsen, Scott (LH) Owens, Rudy (LH) Resop, Chris Thomas, Justin (LH) Thompson, Aaron (LH) Valdez, Cesar Veal, Donnie (LH) Veras, Jose Watson, Tony (LH) Wilson, Justin (LH) Yates, Tyler 3 5 7 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 35 37 38 39 41 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 86 97

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Ciriaco, Pedro Cedeno, Ronny Rodriguez, Josh Atkins, Garrett * Marte, Andy * Hurdle, Clint Bowker, John Silverio, Luis Leyva, Nick Fields, Josh * Walker, Neil Snyder, Chris McCutchen, Andrew Diaz, Matt Alvarez, Pedro Hart, Kevin Olsen, Scott Karstens, Jeff Maholm, Paul Correia, Kevin Resop, Chris Tabata, Jose Lincoln, Brad McCutchen, Daniel Jaramillo, Jason Overbay, Lyle Nieve, Fernando * Yates, Tyler * Doumit, Ryan Gallagher, Sean * Presley, Alex Ascanio, Jose Jones, Garrett Meek, Evan Veras, Jose * Ohlendorf, Ross Morton, Charlie Pearce, Steve Hanrahan, Joel McDonald, James Searage, Ray Banister, Jeff Rojas, Euclides Moskos, Daniel Ritchie, Gregg Strittmatter, Mark Crotta, Mike Locke, Jeff Aguero, Ramon Leroux, Chris Morris, Bryan Thomas, Justin * Hernandez, Gorkys McPherson, Kyle Brown Dusty * Thompson, Aaron Watson, Tony Burres, Brian * Veal, Donnie * Owens, Rudy * Wilson, Justin * Valdez, Cesar * Wimberly, Corey * Friday, Brian * Toregas, Wyatt * d’Arnaud, Chase * Fryer, Eric * Lambo, Andrew * Sanchez, Tony * Andrade, Heberto Beimel, Joe * INF INF INF INF INF Manager OF Coach Coach INF INF C OF OF INF RHP LHP RHP LHP RHP RHP OF RHP RHP C 1B RHP RHP C RHP OF RHP OF RHP RHP RHP RHP 1B/OF RHP RHP Coach Coach Coach LHP Coach Coach RHP LHP RHP RHP RHP LHP OF RHP C LHP LHP LHP LHP LHP LHP RHP OF INF C INF C OF C Bullpen Catcher LHP

ALPHABETICAL
Aguero, Ramon Alvarez, Pedro Andrade, Heberto Ascanio, Jose Atkins, Garrett * Banister, Jeff Beimel, Joe * Bowker, John Brown, Dusty * Burres, Brian * Cedeno, Ronny Ciriaco, Pedro Correia, Kevin Crotta, Mike d’Arnaud, Chase * Diaz, Matt Doumit, Ryan Fields, Josh * Friday, Brian * Fryer, Eric * Gallagher, Sean * Hanrahan, Joel Hart, Kevin Hernandez, Gorkys Hurdle, Clint Jaramillo, Jason Jones, Garrett Karstens, Jeff Lambo, Andrew * Leroux, Chris Leyva, Nick Lincoln, Brad Locke, Jeff Maholm, Paul Marte, Andy * McCutchen, Andrew McCutchen, Daniel McDonald, James McPherson, Kyle Meek, Evan Morris, Bryan Morton, Charlie Moskos, Daniel Nieve, Fernando * Ohlendorf, Ross Olsen, Scott Overbay, Lyle Owens, Rudy * Pearce, Steve Presley, Alex Resop, Chris Ritchie, Gregg Rodriguez, Josh Rojas, Euclides Sanchez, Tony * Searage, Ray Silverio, Luis Snyder, Chris Strittmatter, Mark Tabata, Jose Thomas, Justin * Thompson, Aaron Toregas, Wyatt * Valdez, Cesar * Veal, Donnie * Veras, Jose * Walker, Neil Watson, Tony Wilson, Justin * Wimberly, Corey * Yates, Tyler * RHP INF Bullpen Catcher RHP INF Coach LHP OF C LHP INF INF RHP RHP INF OF C INF INF C RHP RHP RHP OF Manager C OF RHP OF RHP Coach RHP LHP LHP INF OF RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP LHP RHP RHP LHP 1B LHP 1B/OF OF RHP Coach INF Coach C Coach Coach C Coach OF LHP LHP C RHP LHP RHP INF LHP LHP OF RHP

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Brown Dusty Doumit, Ryan Fryer, Eric Jaramillo, Jason Sanchez, Tony Snyder, Chris Toregas, Wyatt

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24 10 * 5 3 79 * 17 * 77 * 12 * 37 51 7 18 Alvarez, Pedro Atkins, Garrett Cedeno, Ronny Ciriaco, Pedro d’Arnaud, Chase Fields, Josh Friday, Brian Marte, Andy Overbay, Lyle Pearce, Steve Rodriguez, Josh Walker, Neil

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OUTFIELDERS (9)
14 23 66 46 81 * 22 44 31 76 * Bowker, John Diaz, Matt Hernandez, Gorkys Jones, Garrett Lambo, Andrew McCutchen, Andrew Presley, Alex Tabata, Jose Wimberly, Corey

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RAMON AGUERO
RIGHT-HANDED PITcHER
AGE: 26 BORN: 12/21/84 in Santo Domingo, D.R. RESIDES: Santo Domingo, D.R. HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-4/205 BATS/THROWS: R/R

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M.L. SERVICE: None OBTAINED: Signed as non-drafted free agent on 7/19/05

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2010 SEASON: Began season on the disabled list with Double-A Altoona due to a right elbow flexor muscle strain...Was reinstated from the D.L. on 6/3 and assigned to Class-A Bradenton, where he was scored upon in just two of his eight appearances...Earned lone save with the Marauders on 6/22 vs. St. Lucie...Returned to Altoona at the end of June and made first appearance with Curve on 6/28 at Binghamton...Picked up save in second outing on 7/2 at Reading...Gave up three runs in 1.0ip and suffered first loss on 7/7 vs. Binghamton...Notched second and final save on 7/10 vs. Richmond...Faced two batters and picked up first of two victories on 7/17 at Harrisburg...Walked three batters and gave up two runs in 0.2ip and suffered loss in next outing on 7/21 at Akron...Pitched 2.0 scoreless frames and won second game on 7/26 at Erie... Went 2-5 with three saves and a 6.14 ERA (29.1ip/20er) in 25 combined games with Bradenton (A) and Altoona (AA)...Suffered fourth loss on 8/8 at Harrisburg...Returned to the D.L. on 8/13 with back tightness...Was activated 10 days later and made three more appearances (3.0ip/1er) before going back on the D.L. on 9/4 with right elbow soreness..Suffered loss on 8/29 vs. Richmond before tossing a scoreless frame in final game on 9/2 at Bowie. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

2009: Went 2-4 with four saves, 75 strikeouts and a 3.86 ERA (84.0ip/36er) in 39 combined games (three starts) with West Virginia (A), Lynchburg (A) and Altoona...Set minor league career highs in appearances and innings pitched...Picked up all four saves while pitching with Altoona...Began season with West Virginia and suffered loss in first appearance on 4/13 vs. Bowling Green (2.1ip/5er)...Made first of three starts on 4/17 at Lexington and tossed 4.0 hitless innings in a no-decision...Followed that up with 1.0 hitless inning of relief on 4/20 before being scored upon in four straight outings from 4/23 thru 5/7 (8.0ip/10er)...Gave up one run in 4.1ip while making second start on 5/17 vs. Delmarva...Suffered second loss on 5/28 at Lakewood...Struck out season-high seven batters while making third and final start on 6/6 at Kannapolis (3.2ip/2er)...Pitched 3.0 scoreless innings of relief and recorded victory with West Virginia on 6/18 at Hickory...Went 0-0 with a 2.25 ERA (12.0ip/3er) in his three starts with the Power and 1-2 with a 5.50 ERA (37.2ip/23er) in his 17 relief appearances...Was transferred to Lynchburg at the end of June and made first outing with Hillcats on 7/2 at Winston-Salem...Picked up lone win with Lynchburg on 8/3 at Kinston...Was promoted to Altoona on 8/13 and earned first pro save in first Double-A game on 8/14 vs. New Hampshire...Picked up a save in four of his first five appearances with Altoona and did not allow a run in that time (8.0ip)...Suffered losses in the two Double-A games in which he was was scored upon; 8/30 at Erie and 9/6 at Binghamton...Posted a 1.08 ERA (8.1ip/1er) and one save in four appearances during the Carolina League playoffs...Pitched with Aguilas during the Dominican Winter League and went 0-1 with two saves and a 3.00 ERA (15.0ip/10h/5r/5er/7bb/16so) in 15 relief appearances. 2008: Spent entire season with State College in the New York-Penn League...Led league in losses...Went 1-4 with a 4.70 ERA (15.1ip/8er) in five relief appearances and 0-6 with a 7.68 ERA (34.0ip/29er) in 10 starts...Began season in starting rotation and lost each of his first three starts...Suffered a loss in each of his first five appearances (four starts)...Picked up lone win while pitching 4.2 innings of relief (2r/1er) on 7/19 vs. Jamestown...Struck out season-high seven batters while matching a season-high with 4.2 innings pitched on 8/26 at Jamestown...Suffered a loss in each of his last two outings. 2007: Established minor league career highs in wins, games started and strikeouts while spending second straight season with the DSL Pirates...Shared team lead in starts for squad that posted best record during the regular season (52-16)...Also shared team lead in wild pitches and ranked second in innings pitched...Went 5-2 with a 2.09 ERA (73.1ip/17er) in 13 starts and 0-0 with a 7.71 ERA (2.1ip/10r/2er) in three relief appearances...Won his first two decisions before losing first game on 7/6...Pitched 8.0 scoreless frames in victory on 7/13 and struck out season-high 10 batters while winning next start on 7/19 (7.0ip/1r/0er)...Made first of three relief appearances on 7/28...Tossed 5.0-inning, rain-shortened complete game on 8/6...Tied season high with 10 strikeouts, but suffered second loss on 8/14. 2006: Spent first professional season with the DSL Pirates, making debut in relief on 6/5 (4.0ip/1er)...Made first of four starts on 6/12 and tossed 4.0 scoreless innings...Suffered lone loss in start on 7/8...Pitched 4.0 scoreless innings and picked up lone win in final appearance on 8/24...Finished season making back-to-back scoreless outings (6.0ip)...Went 1-0 with a 1.93 ERA (14.0ip/3er) in four relief appearances and 0-1 with a 4.80 ERA (15.0ip/8er) in his four starts. MISC: Has gone 5-9 with a 3.82 ERA (134.1ip/57er) in 30 career starts in the minor leagues and 6-13 with seven saves and a 4.47 ERA (133.0ip/66er) in 73 relief appearances. PERSONAL: Ramon Aristides Aguero...Signed by Pirate scouts Rene Gayo and Josue Herrera on 7/19/05.

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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB
2006 2007 2008 2009

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ERA

G GS CG SHO SV
4 13 10 3 0 0 0 0 30 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

IP

H

R

ER HR HP BB SO WP BK
1 2 5 4 3 6 5 8 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 16 24 9 22 22 16 9 6 3 14 101 19 0 81 14 35 4 40 7 22 2 13 1 8 1 17 4 235 33 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 6

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DSL Pirates 1-1 DSL Pirates 5-2 State College 1-10* West Virginia 1-2 Lynchburg 1-0 Altoona 0-2 2010 Bradenton 0-0 Altoona 2-5 Minor League Totals 11-22

3.41 8 2.26 16 6.75 15 4.71 20 2.49 11 2.84 8 1.69 8 8.68 17 4.14 103

0 29.0 28 15 11 0 75.2 64 31 19 0 49.1 64 47 37 0 49.2 58 31 26 0 21.2 20 10 6 4 12.2 8 4 4 1 10.2 10 2 2 2 18.2 27 18 18 7 267.1 279 158 123

(*)Led League Signed as a non-drafted free agent on 7/19/05.

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HISTORY

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The Pirates have shared the North Shore with the Steelers or Pitt on the same day a total of 18 times since the new parks were built in 2001...Here are the particulars:
DATE
8-25-01 (Saturday) 9-8-01 (Saturday) 8-29-02 (Saturday) 9-7-02 (Saturday) 9-21-02 (Saturday) 8-16-03 (Saturday) 9-13-03 (Saturday) 9-12-04 (Sunday) 9-18-04 (Saturday) 9-3-05 (Saturday) 9-16-06 (Saturday) 9-30-06 (Saturday) 9-9-07 (Saturday) 8-30-08 (Saturday) 9-20-08 (Saturday) 9-5-09 (Saturday) 9-19-09 (Saturday) 9-23-10 (Thursday)

PIRATES
beat the Astros, 8-2 (night) beat the Reds, 5-2 (night) beat the Braves, 4-1 (day) beat the Marlins, 4-1 (night) lost to Cubs, 4-2 (night) lost to Brewers, 6-4 (day) beat the Phillies, 5-3 (night) lost to Astros, 5-4 (night) lost to Mets, 8-7 (night) lost to Cubs, 9-5 (day) beat the Mets, 3-2 (night) beat the Reds, 3-0 (night) beat the Cubs, 10-5 (night) lost to Brewers, 11-3 (night) beat the Astros, 6-4 (night) lost to Cardinals, 2-1 (night) lost to Padres, 2-1 (day) lost to Cardinals, 9-2 (day)

STEELERS
beat the Lions, 20-7 (day) beat the Vikings, 17-14 (night)

PITT
lost to South Florida, 35-26 (day) lost to Texas A&M, 14-12 (day) beat Rutgers, 23-3 (day)

DEVELOPMENT

lost to Eagles, 21-16 (night) beat Ball State, 42-21 (day) beat the Raiders, 24-21 (day) lost to Nebraska, 24-17 (day) lost to Notre Dame, 42-21 (night) lost to Michigan State, 38-23 (day) beat Toledo, 45-3 (day) beat Grambling State, 34-10 (day) lost to Bowling Green, 27-17 (day) beat Iowa, 21-20 (day) beat Youngstown State, 38-3 (day) beat Navy, 27-14 (night) lost to Miami (FL) 31-3 (night)

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PEDRO AlvAREz
INfIElDER
AGE: 24 BORN: 2/6/87 in Santo Domingo, D.R. RESIDES: Nashville, TN HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-3, 235 BATS/THROWS: L/R

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M.L. SERVICE: 110 days OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 1st round selection (2nd pick overall) in 2008 First-Year Player Draft

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AWARDS & HONORS:

National League Player-of-the-Week (September 20-26, 2010). National League Rookie-of-the-Month (September 2010). Participated in 2009 All-Star Futures Games in St. Louis. Member of Team USA in 2009 World Cup played in Europe (won Gold Medal). Pittsburgh’s Minor League Player-of-the-Year in 2009. Member of USA National Team at 2007 Pan Am Games (won Silver Medal).

2010 SEASON: Began season with Triple-A Indianapolis and ended up being Pittsburgh’s most-used third baseman (94 starts)...Homered in first game of the season with Indy on 4/8 at Columbus...Hit two home runs and knocked in five runs the following day at Columbus...Swiped first of four bases on 4/19 vs. Toledo...Hit .224 (19-for-85) in 22 games during the month of April...Homered in back-to-back games on 4/30 and 5/1 and tallied 17 RBI in a seven-game span from 4/30 thru 5/7...Had a nine-game hitting streak (12-for-31, .387) from 5/19-29 and hit safely in 20 of his 23 games from 5/19 thru 6/12 (28-for-83, .337), raising average from .243 to .290...Had four hits on 5/27 at Charlotte and fell a single shy of hitting for the cycle on 6/9 vs. Pawtucket...Hit .323 (20-for-62) against left-handed pitchers and .261 (47-for-180) against right-handed pitchers while playing with Indianapolis...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 6/16 and made Major League debut that night against the White Sox at PNC Park (went 0-for-2 with a walk and a run scored)...Went hitless in his first 11 big league at bats before collecting an RBI-double off Cleveland lefty David Huff on 6/19...Hit safely in eight straight games from 6/28 thru 7/6...Walked in his only pinch-hitting appearance on 6/27 at Oakland...Connected off Philadelphia’s Kyle Kendrick for first Major League home run on 7/3 at PNC Park; also homered the next day...Went 11-for-28 (.393) from 7/17-23, raising average from .216 to .259...Homered twice in back-to-back-games on 7/20 and 7/21 vs. Milwaukee...Had career-high five RBI on 7/20...Went 1-for-24 in final seven games in July after hitting safely in 14 of his first 18 during the month...Shared N.L. A lucky fan receives Pedro’s jersey as part of “Shirts Off Our Backs” night on 8/7/10. rookie lead in home runs (seven) during the month of July...Had an RBI in seven straight games (11 total) from 8/4-11; the longest streak by a Pittsburgh rookie since Frank Coleman did so in eight straight games in 1944 (8/6-14) and the longest streak by any Bucco since Jason Bay with seven in a row in 2005...Homered three times in a four-game stretch from 8/4-7; connected off Colorado’s Huston Street for a three-run, walkoff homer with two outs in the 10th inning on 8/7...Did not homer again until 9/5 vs. Washington...Tallied an RBI in seven straight games again from 9/21-27 (15 total)...Had career-high four hits and tied career high with five RBI on 9/30 at Florida...Reached base safely in 19 of his last 20 games and in 29 of his last 31, dating back to 8/30...Batted .467 (21-for-45) during career-high, 11-game hitting streak from 9/21 thru 10/1...Was named N.L. Playerof-the-Week for the week of 9/20-26 after hitting .417 (10-for-24) with three homers and 13 RBI in six games...Was voted the National League Rookie-of-the-Month for the month of September after hitting .311 with five home runs and 26 RBI in 29 games...Led the Pirates with 13 home runs after the All-Star break and was tied for fifth among all N.L. players in RBI (53)...His 64 RBI since his recall from Triple-A on 6/16 ranked eighth in the league...Hit 12 of his 14 home runs at PNC Park, where he batted .281 in 50 games...Produced a .295 average (76-for-258) in 69 games while batting fifth in the lineup and a .146 average (13-for-89) in his other 26 games...His 16 home runs set a club rookie record for a third baseman and were the most by a Pittsburgh third baseman since Aramis Ramirez hit 17 in 2002...Made 94 starts at third base and tied for fourth in the league with 17 errors (11 fielding/6 throwing). N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Hit .288 (134-for-465) with 32 doubles, 27 home runs and 95 RBI in 126 combined games between Lynchburg (A) and Altoona (AA)...Led Pittsburgh farmhands in home runs and RBI...Represented the United States at the MLB Futures Game in St. Louis on 7/12 and went 1-for-2 with an RBI as the starting designated hitter...Also played for Team USA in the World Cup tournament in Europe from 9/2-27 and hit .259 (14-for-54) with five home runs and 12 RBI in 15 games for Gold Medal champs...Tied a USA Baseball World Cup record by hitting three home runs in one game when he did so against Chinese Taipei on 9/16...Began season with Lynchburg, where he hit two game-tying homers in the 9th inning and three game-winning home runs, including two walkoffs at City Stadium (the Hillcats went 11-1 in games he homered)...Led Lynchburg in home runs despite playing in just 66 games...Went 3-for-4 with a double, homer and four RBI in first professional game on 4/9 vs. Potomac...Went hitless in his next five games (17 at bats)...Homered and knocked in six runs on 4/16 vs. Winston-Salem...Tallied 20 RBI in 21 games during the month of April despite hitting .219 (16-for-73)...Swiped lone base with Lynchburg on 5/27 vs. Salem...Tallied lone triple in next game on 5/28 vs. Salem...Hit two home runs, including a grand slam, and knocked in seven runs on 6/13 at Kinston...Homered twice again, including another grand slam, and had six RBI on 6/16 at Myrtle Beach...Was leading the Carolina League in RBI (55) and was second in homers (14) when he was promoted to Altoona on 6/22...Made Double-A debut on 6/23 and went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts...Hit .194 (7-for-36) in his first 10 games thru 7/5...Hit
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first home run with Altoona on 6/24 at Erie’s Jerry Uht Park off Luis Marte...Homered again the next day at Erie...Had 10 multi-hit games in July and hit .352 (32-for-91) in 25 games during the month...Homered in back-to-back games on 7/13 and 7/16...Reached base in 18 consecutive games from 7/30 (game 2) thru 8/20...Homered and was walked four times on 8/1 vs. Trenton...Went 4-for-5 and swiped lone base with Altoona on 8/9 at New Hampshire...Went 14-for-21 in five-game stretch from 8/9-14, raising average from .303 to .350...Played his final game in front of the home crowd at Blair County Ballpark on 8/27 vs. Trenton and went 3-for-5 with two home runs and a season-high nine total bases...Played his final game in a Curve uniform on 8/31 at Erie and went 2-for-4...Was named Eastern League Player-of-the-Month in August after hitting .368 (39-for-106) with a league-best seven homers, 20 RBI, nine doubles, 21 runs scored, 24 walks and a .485 on-base percentage...Also reached base safely in all but one game in August and produced a .651 slugging percentage...Ranked second on the Altoona team with 13 home runs despite playing in just 60 games...Was named Altoona’s Most Valuable Player...The Curve posted a 34-26 (.567) record in games he played and a 26-51 (.338) record in games he did not play...Hit .338 with 12 home runs against right-handed pitchers while playing with Altoona and .324 with one homer against left-handed pitchers...Hit 24 of his 27 home runs with the two clubs against right-handed pitchers. 2008: Suffered a broken hamate bone in his right hand in season-opening game against Oregon State on 2/22 and went on to miss 23 of Vanderbilt’s 63 games...Returned to action on 4/1 and went 1-for-4 with two runs against Southeast Missouri...Hit first of nine home runs in his fourth game on 4/5 vs. Ole Miss...Went 3-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI vs. Memphis on 5/6...Tied career high with four hits on 5/11 vs. Georgia; went 4-for-5 and fell a homer shy of hitting for the cycle...Homered in final collegiate game on 5/24 vs. Ole Miss; home run was his 49th career home run at Vanderbilt which ties him with Scotti Madison (1977-80) for most in school history...Officially signed with Pittsburgh on 8/16 and spent three weeks at the club’s Instructional League program in Bradenton, Florida, from 9/28 to 10/18. 2007: Batted .386 with 18 home runs and 68 RBI while being named a first-team All-American by Baseball America, Rivals.com and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association...Posted 29 multi-hit games and 20 multi-RBI games...Was named National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Hitter-of-the-Week on 2/12 after hitting .500 (7-for-14) with two doubles, a triple, homer and five RBI in the Houston College Classic...Was also named SEC Hitter-of-the-Week for same time period...Hit go-ahead, three-run inside-the-park home run (first in career) in 8th inning of 6-3 win against Arkansas on 3/24...Produced a 24-game hitting streak from 4/21 thru 6/3...Was named the SEC Tournament Most Valuable Player after hitting .542 (13-for-24) with two homers and eight RBI in the tournament...Led USA National Team in batting average (.315), hits (40), home runs (7), RBI (30), total bases (70) and slugging percentage (.551), while winning the Silver Medal at the Pan Am Games and finishing third at the World Port Tournament. 2006: Hit .329 with a school record 22 home runs and 64 RBI in his first year at Vanderbilt...Was named the Southeast Conference Freshman-of-the-Year and the National Freshman-of-the-Year by numerous industry outlets, including Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball and Rivals.com...Was also named to SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll...Was a starter in 63 of his 64 games played, all at third base...Led team in walks and produced a .456 on-base percentage...Picked up first career hit in a 6-2 victory over then Top 25 ranked USC on 2/18...Tallied first career stolen base and triple on 2/28 vs. Murray State...Went 1-for-3 and hit first career home run on 3/12 against Brown University...Was named Collegiate Baseball, Rosenblatt Report and National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Player-of-the-Week on 4/17 after going 9-for-18 (.500) with six home runs, a double, seven runs scored and a 1.556 slugging percentage in four games...Was also named SEC Hitter-of-the-Week in that time frame...Homered seven times in his last 11 games, including five in the post-season...Was named to the NCAA Atlanta Regional All-Tourney team after going 5-for-15 with three homers, three RBI and four runs scored...Also selected to the SEC All-Tourney team after hitting two homers and picking up six RBI and five runs scored in five games...Was named the second-best prospect on the USA National Team by Baseball America after leading the team with a .379 batting average to go along with five homers, 12 doubles and 43 RBI in 31 games. MISC: Was ranked by Baseball America as the top prospect in the 2008 draft and as the “Best Power Hitter” among college players...Was also ranked by Baseball America as Pirates top prospect prior to the 2009 and 2010 seasons...Also recognized by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s “Best Power Hitter” prior to 2010 season. PERSONAL: Pedro Manuel Alvarez...Wife’s name Keli..Is a 2005 graduate of Horace Mann High School in New York, where he was the Gatorade and Louisville Slugger New York High School Player-of-the-Year his senior season...Helped lead Horace Mann to the 2004 Ivy League Championship and holds the school and career records in batting average, home runs, RBI, slugging percentage, walks and on-base percentage...Captained the baseball teams for three years and was a four-year starter...Also helped lead club team (Bayside Yankees) to 2005 NABF National Championship...Compiled a .349 batting average, 51 doubles, 49 home runs and 162 RBI in 170 games during his three seasons at Vanderbilt (2006-08)...Was originally selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 14th round of the 2005 FirstYear Player Draft...Signed by Pirate scout Trevor Haley.

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That Willie Stargell led the National League with 48 home runs in 1971. In addition to hitting a career-high 48 homers that season, Pops also batted .295, scored 104 runs and tallied a career-high 125 RBI in 141 games with the Bucs. Stargell finished second in the N.L. MVP voting in 1971 behind Joe Torre, who hit .363 with 24 home runs and 137 RBI in 161 games with St. Louis

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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB 2009 Lynchburg Altoona 2010 Indianapolis Pittsburgh Minor League Totals Major League Totals AVG G AB .247 66 243 .333 60 222 .277 66 242 .256 95 347 .284 192 707 .256 95 347 R H 2B 3B 38 60 14 1 42 74 18 0 42 67 15 4 42 89 21 1 122 201 47 5 42 89 21 1 HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO 14 55 0 4 0 37 70 13 40 0 2 0 34 59 13 53 0 2 2 32 68 16 64 0 2 0 37 119 40 148 0 8 2 103 197 16 64 0 2 0 37 119 SB CS E 1 1 13 1 0 12 4 4 11 0 0 17 6 5 36 0 0 17

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Selected by Boston in 2005 First-Year Player Draft (14th round), but did not sign. Selected by Pittsburgh in 2008 First-Year Player Draft (1st round - 2nd pick overall).

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
June 16, 2010 vs. Chicago (AL)

2010 REVIEW

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
DATE PITCHER
June 19, 2010 vs. Cleveland ....David Huff - 2B

HISTORY

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HR
DATE PITCHER
July 3, 2010 vs. Philadelphia......Kyle Kendrick

GRAND SLAMS (1)
DATE PITCHER
July 20, 2010 vs. Milwaukee ..........Dave Bush

POST-SEASON

WALKOFF HOMERS (1)
DATE PITCHER
August 7, 2010 vs. Colorado ......Huston Street

DEVELOPMENT

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
THIRD BASE PCT G GS PO A E TC DP TP 2010 .938 94 94 61 198 17 276 17 0 CAREER .938 94 94 61 198 17 276 17 0

AFFILIATES

ALVAREZ HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 2 HR (twice), 7/21/10 vs. Milwaukee & 7/20/10 vs. Milwaukee. MOST HITS/GAME: 4 hits, 9/30/10 at Florida.

GENERAL

MOST RBI/GAME: 5 RBI (twice), 9/30/10 at Florida & 7/20/10 vs. Milwaukee. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 11 games Career: 11 games (2010).
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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Jose Ascanio

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JOSE AScANIO
M.L. SERVICE: 2 years, 5 days OBTAINED: From Chicago (NL), 7/30/09, along with pitcher Kevin Hart and infielder Josh Harrison in deal for pitchers John Grabow and Tom Gorzelanny

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AGE: 25 (turns 26 on May 2) BORN: 5/2/85 in Maracay, Venezuela RESIDES: Maracay, Venezuela HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 5-11/195 BATS/THROWS: R/R

AWARDS & HONORS:

2007 Southern League All-Star (mid-season).

2010 SEASON: Spent entire season on the disabled list recovering from right shoulder surgery; performed on 10/2/09...Made first rehab appearance on 8/2 with the GCL Pirates...Made second and final rehab appearance on 8/5 with Bradenton Marauders...Was reinstated from 60-day D.L. on 11/3...Went 2-1 with one save and a 0.96 ERA (18.2ip/2er) in 16 games with Caracas during the Venezuelan Winter League. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Began season with Iowa (Cubs’ AAA), where he posted a 0.54 ERA (16.2ip/1er) and a .172 batting average against in his first four starts...Suffered first loss after allowing two runs in 5.0 innings on 5/1 at Memphis...Whiffed a season-high nine batters while tossing 5.0 scoreless innings for first win on 5/6 vs. Nashville...Was recalled by Chicago on 5/10...Was scored upon in each of his first two games (4.0ip/3er) before making five consecutive scoreless appearances from 5/21 thru 6/7 (6.2ip)...Pitched 3.0 scoreless innings on 6/7 at Cincinnati...Suffered only loss on 6/11 at Houston after allowing one run in 1.2 innings of work...Was scored upon twice in his next six appearances before being optioned back to Iowa on 6/30...Struck out seven batters in 4.0 scoreless innings in first start upon return to Iowa on 7/1 vs. Oklahoma City...Lowered his ERA to 0.80 after tossing 3.0 scoreless innings in his next start on 7/6 at New Orleans...Surrendered first home run in final start with the I-Cubs on 7/27 at Albuquerque...Lost each of his final three starts with Iowa...Was acquired by Pittsburgh on 7/30 as part of a five-player trade and assigned to Indianapolis...Allowed a pair of runs in 6.2 innings and lost his Indianapolis debut on 8/1 at Durham...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 8/7 and suffered loss while making first appearance with Pirates that night vs. St. Louis (2.0ip/2er)...Retired two of the three batters he faced in second and final outing on 8/11 at Colorado...Was placed on 15-day disabled list on 8/15 (retro to 8/12) due to right shoulder tendinitis...Was transferred to 60-day D.L. on 9/24...Had arthroscopic surgery performed on right shoulder by Dr. James Andrews on 10/2 in Pensacola, Florida...Was reinstated from 60-day D.L. on 11/18. 2008: Spent majority of season with Iowa while also having two stints with the Cubs...Began season at Triple-A level and went 1-0 with 10 saves and a 1.90 ERA (23.2ip/5er) in 18 relief appearances thru the end of May...Was recalled by Chicago on 5/20 and tossed 2.0 scoreless innings of relief that night while making Cubs debut at Houston...Was scored upon once in four appearances before being optioned back to Iowa on 5/29...Did not allow a run in nine consecutive appearances (11.2ip) with Iowa from 4/16 thru 5/30...Tossed 2.0 innings and picked up save on 5/30 vs. Memphis...Worked a season-high 2.2 innings on 6/8 at Omaha...Was recalled by the Cubs a second time on 6/28...Was scored upon in each of his two appearances before being optioned back to Iowa for the remainder of the season on 7/4. 2007: Began season with Mississippi (Braves’ AA) while also earning Southern League mid-season All-Star team honors...Was tabbed by Baseball America as having the “Best Fastball” in the Southern League...Ranked fourth among Southern League relief pitchers in baserunners per 9.0 innings pitched (10.36) and walks per 9.0 innings (2.22)...Made 43 of his 44 appearances out of the bullpen; picked up the win in his only start on 4/14 vs. Carolina...Struck out two of the batters he faced in 1.0 perfect inning of relief in the All-Star Game...Converted 10 of his 11 save opportunities...Made the jump from Double-A to the big leagues after being recalled by Atlanta on 7/13...Had three separate stints with the Braves (7/13-19, 7/28-8/1 and 8/24 thru end of season)...Struck out two of the six batters he faced, but also allowed one run while making Major League debut on 7/13 vs. Pittsburgh...Did not allow an earned run in his final four appearances in July (7.0ip)...Recorded at least on strikeout in each of his first five games in the big leagues...Tossed 2.0 scoreless innings on 9/14 at Washington and picked up first career win. 2006: Began season with Myrtle Beach (Braves’ A)...Pitched a season-high 6.0 innings in back-to-back starts (4/17 and 4/22), allowing a combined four earned runs while also striking out 10 batters...Was promoted to Mississippi on 5/27...Picked up wins in back-to-back appearances (5/29 and 6/2) despite allowing a combined six runs in the two games...Picked up first Double-A hit with a solo home run on 6/2 at Carolina. 2005: Made just five appearances (three starts) before a back injury ended his season...Went 3-0 in his first four games before allowing eight runs in 2.1 innings in final outing on 5/1 vs. Lynchburg. 2004: Spent entire season with Single-A Rome...Led club in games while finishing second in saves...Went 3-0 with eight saves in his first 24 appearances (44.0ip) before suffering first loss on 7/28...Struck out at least one batter in 29 of his 34 appearances. 2003: Spent entire season with the Gulf Coast League Braves...Earned a win in four consecutive outings (13.0ip) from 6/24 thru 7/10, allowing one earned run on 13 hits and one walk while striking out 10 over the span.
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ORGANIZATION

2002: Spent first professional season with the Dominican Summer League Braves. MISC: Was named a 2007 Southern League mid-season All-Star while making the jump from Double-A to the big leagues in the same season.
PERSONAL: Jose Eleazar Ascanio...Has one son; Jose Santiago (2/26/09)...Began his professional playing career at the age of 16.

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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
CLUB W-L DSL Braves 1-4 GCL Braves 4-0 Rome 3-3 Myrtle Beach 3-1 Myrtle Beach 1-1 Mississippi 4-2 2007 Mississippi 2-2 Atlanta (1) 1-1 2008 Iowa 2-1 Chicago-NL 0-0 2009 Iowa 2-4 Chicago-NL (2) 0-1 Indianapolis 0-1 Pittsburgh 0-1 2010 GCL Pirates(#) 0-0 Bradenton(#) 0-0 Minor League Totals 22-19 Major League Totals 1-3 YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB 3.38 12 9 0 0 0 42.2 38 21 16 1 6 21 1.37 8 0 0 0 0 26.1 26 4 4 0 2 5 3.84 34 0 0 0 9 65.2 58 39 28 6 4 15 6.10 5 3 0 0 0 20.2 26 17 14 5 0 9 4.94 8 6 0 0 0 31.0 38 18 17 0 4 20 4.26 24 0 0 0 0 38.0 37 20 18 2 6 17 2.54 44 1 0 0 10 78.0 66 26 22 1 5 18 5.06 13 0 0 0 0 16.0 17 11 9 3 0 6 5.10 40 0 0 0 11 54.2 54 35 31 10 5 23 7.94 6 0 0 0 0 5.2 8 5 5 1 1 4 3.16 12 12 0 0 0 51.1 47 23 18 1 6 18 3.52 14 0 0 0 0 15.1 18 6 6 1 2 9 2.70 1 1 0 0 0 6.2 6 2 2 1 0 1 6.75 2 0 0 0 0 2.2 4 2 2 0 1 0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 2.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3.66 190 34 0 0 30 418.0 398 205 170 27 38 148 4.99 35 0 0 0 0 39.2 47 24 22 5 4 19 SO WP BK 35 4 6 17 4 0 64 5 3 12 2 0 23 0 0 37 1 1 71 8 1 13 0 0 58 2 1 3 0 0 47 1 0 18 1 0 9 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 380 27 12 36 1 0

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment Signed by Atlanta as a non-drafted free agent on 10/10/01. (1)Acquired by Chicago (NL) from Atlanta, 12/4/07, in deal for pitcher Will Ohman and infielder Omar Infante. (2)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Chicago (NL), 7/30/09, along with pitcher Kevin Hart and infielder Josh Harrison in deal for pitchers John Grabow and Tom Gorzelanny.

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
PITCHER PCT G GS PO 2007 1.000 13 0 1 2008 .667 6 0 0 2009 1.000 16 0 1 CAREER .889 35 0 2 A 3 2 1 6 E 0 1 0 1 TC DP TP 4 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 9 0 0

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
July 13, 2007 vs. Pittsburgh

DEVELOPMENT

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
September 14, 2007 at Washington

HITTING TOTALS
YEAR 2009 AVG .000 AB 2 2 H 0 0 HR 0 0 RBI 0 0 CAREER .000

AFFILIATES

ASCANIO HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 3 K’s (3 times), 6/7/09 at Cincinnati, 5/21/09 at St. Louis & 5/14/09 vs. San Diego. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: 3.0 IP, 6/7/09 at Cincinnati. MOST WALKS: 2 BB (5 times), last on 6/11/09 at Houston. LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 1 game (9/14/07). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 2 games (6/11 to 8/7/09).
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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | John Bowker

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JOHN BOwkER
M.L. SERVICE: 1 year, 133 days OBTAINED: From San Francisco, 7/31/10, along with minor league pitcher Joe Martinez, in deal for pitcher Javier Lopez

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AGE: 27 (turns 28 on July 8) BORN: 7/8/83 in Sacramento, CA RESIDES: Sacramento, CA HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-1/205 BATS/THROWS: L/L

AWARDS & HONORS:

2009 Pacific Coast League All-Star (mid-season and post-season). Named to 2009 Topps Triple-A All-Star team. 2007 Eastern League All-Star (mid-season and post-season).

2010 SEASON: Was a member of San Francisco’s Opening Day roster for the first time in his career...Started in right field on Opening Day on 4/5 at Houston and went 1-for-4 with an RBI...Hit safely in five of his first six games and connected off Brett Myers for first home run on 4/7 at Minute Maid Park...Tallied just one RBI in his final 15 games in April...Hit first career pinch-hit home run on 5/7 at New York, tying the game with a solo shot off Francisco Rodriguez with one out in the 9th inning...Recorded lone multi-hit game with Giants on 5/20 at Arizona after going 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI...Was optioned to Triple-A Fresno on 6/2...Went hitless in first game with the Grizzlies before going 22-for55 (.400) during a 13-game hitting streak from 6/6-20...Homered in four consecutive games from 6/13-16 and recorded an RBI in six straight games from 6/12-16 (12 total)...Was named the Pacific Coast League Hitter-of-the-Week for the week of 6/14-21...Homered twice on 6/27 vs. Las Vegas...Batted .381 (16-for-42) during a 10-game hitting streak from 7/11-23...Was acquired by Pittsburgh on 7/31...Was assigned to TripleA Indianapolis and went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and an RBI in first game with Indians on 8/3 at Norfolk...Hit safely in seven of his first eight contests with Indianapolis, going 13-for-28 (.464) with five doubles, a homer and five RBI...Had three hits, including a home run, and three RBI on 8/30 vs. Columbus...Played in final game with Indianapolis on 8/31 and was recalled by Pittsburgh on 9/1...Went hitless in first 11 at bats with Pirates before stroking an RBI-double off Nick Masset in Cincinnati on 9/11...Went 1-for-20 in his first 10 games with Pittsburgh before going 2-for-4 in start in right field on 9/15 at New York...Had three hits and hit first home run with Bucs on 9/18 vs. Arizona...Went 3-for-3 and hit second homer with Pirates on 9/22 vs. St. Louis, raising average to .250...Had three-run double as a pinch hitter on 9/28 at St. Louis...Hit safely in four of his last five games...Made 15 starts in right field and four at first base with Pittsburgh and went 2-for-7 with five RBI as a pinch hitter...Batted .219 (33-for-151) with eight doubles, five home runs and 21 RBI in 67 big league games with San Francisco and Pittsburgh. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Led Pacific Coast League in batting average, on-base percentage (.451) and slugging percentage (.596) while also having three separate stints with San Francisco...Was named to the Pacific Coast League mid- and post-season All-Star teams and to the Topps Triple-A All-Star team...Recorded the highest on-base percentage among all full season minor leaguers, second-highest batting average and fifth-best slugging percentage...Became the second player in Fresno history to win the PCL batting title (also Brian Dallimore in 2003 with a .352 average)...Hit .414 with runners in scoring position (41-for-99) with the Grizzlies...Made 45 appearances in right field, 41 in left field and 16 at first base...Set a club record for home runs in a single month after going deep 12 times in June...Was named the Pacific Coast League Hitter-of-the-Week in back-to-back weeks (5/25 to 6/1 and 6/1-8)...Hit a home run in four consecutive games from 6/4-7...Was recalled for the first time by San Francisco on 7/9...Homered and knocked in two runs in third game with the Giants on 7/12 vs. San Diego...Was optioned back to Fresno on 7/27, recalled again on 7/31 and optioned back on 8/7...Tied a Grizzlies club record by recording seven RBI on 8/16 at Nashville (Dante Powell was the last Fresno player to accomplish the feat in 1998)...Reached base safely in 34 straight games with Fresno, beginning on 6/29 and lasting thru the remainder of his Triple-A season...Was promoted back to the big leagues on 9/1...Made a total of 13 appearances (11 starts) in left field, five appearances (four starts) in right field and four appearances (two starts) at first base with the Giants. 2008: Spent majority of season with San Francisco...Ranked 10th among National League rookies in batting, tied for fourth in home runs, ninth in hits, sixth in RBI, tied for seventh in total bases (133), sixth in slugging percentage (.408) and seventh in extra base hits (27)...Began season with Fresno before being recalled on 4/12...Hit nine home runs by the All-Star break to become the first rookie to pace the club in home runs at the break since Dave Kingman hit 21 in 1972...Knocked in 38 runs by the break, which was tied for the fourth-most by a San Francisco rookie before the All-Star Game (Dave Kingman led the way with 58 in 1972)...Made Major League debut on 4/12 vs. St. Louis as a starter in right field and went 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI; his home run off Todd Wellemeyer made him the eighth player in San Francisco Giants history to homer in his big league debut (also Orlando Cepeda in 1958, Bobby Bonds in 1968, John Montefusco in 1974, Johnnie LeMaster in 1975, Will Clark in 1986, Randy Kutcher in 1986 and Eliezer Alfonzo in 2006)...Hit second home run in second start on 4/13 after going 2-for-3 with four RBI; became the only Giants player in New York or San Francisco history to homer in his first two Major League games...His seven RBI in his first two games were the most by a player since St. Louis’ Joe Cunningham accomplished the feat in 1954 (6/30-7/1)...Recorded third consecutive multi-hit game on 4/15 vs. Arizona to become the first Giants player with three consecutive multi-hit games to start a career since Mike Schemer had two or more in each of his first four contests in August of 1945...Was playing first base when the team recorded a 5-4-3 triple play on 5/30 vs. San Francisco...Hit first career grand slam on 6/2 at Washington off Luis Ayala while also recording career-high four RBI...Reached McCovey Cove with first “Splash Hit” on 7/2 vs. Chicago...Was optioned to Fresno on 8/13 after hitting .135 (10-for-74) over his previous 23 contests...Was recalled for the final time on 9/2 and batted .346 (9-for-26) in his final 15 games. 2007: Ranked third among San Francisco farmhands in home runs and RBI while spending entire season with Double-A Connecticut...Was named to both the Eastern League mid- and post-season All-Star teams...Ranked eighth in the Eastern League in batting average, second in hits, tied for fifth in doubles, triples and home runs, third in RBI, tied for first in extra base hits (63) and third in slugging percentage (.523)...Established a Connecticut club record for home runs in a single season. 2006: Spent all but two games with High-A Fresno...Also saw first action with Triple-A Fresno.

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2005: Spent entire season with Fresno, which won the California League championship. 2004: Began professional career with rookie level Arizona League Giants...Hit .512 in 10 games before being promoted to short-season Salem Keizer of the Northwest League. MISC: Is one of eight players in San Francisco Giants history to hit a home run in his Major League debut...Collected seven RBI in first two games of his big league career; the most by a player since St. Louis’ Joe Cunningham accomplished the feat in 1954...Also homered in each of his first two big league games to become the only Giants player in New York/San Francisco history to accomplish that feat. PERSONAL: John B. Bowker...Is a graduate of Rio Americana (CA) High School in Sacramento...Was named an all-league in three sports after lettering three years in baseball, two seasons in football and one in basketball...Established school single-season records for average (.463), hits (41), home runs (8) and RBI (41)...Attended Long Beach State University, where he hit .323 over two years before entering the draft following his sophomore campaign...Was named a first-team All-Big West after leading the 49ers to the NCAA Super Regional in 2004.

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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB 2004 Arizona Giants Salem-Keizer 2005 San Jose 2006 San Jose Fresno 2007 Connecticut 2008 Fresno San Francisco 2009 Fresno San Francisco 2010 San Francisco Fresno (1) Indianapolis Pittsburgh Minor League Totals Major League Totals AVG .512 .323 .267 .284 .500 .307 .237 .255 *.342 .194 .207 .310 .319 .232 .303 .237 G 10 31 121 112 2 139 23 111 104 31 41 51 25 26 618 209 AB R H 2B 43 14 22 7 127 23 41 9 464 66 124 27 462 61 131 32 4 0 2 0 522 79 160 35 93 13 22 3 326 31 83 14 366 82 125 22 67 7 13 2 82 9 17 3 197 36 61 12 91 10 29 7 69 7 16 5 2369 384 717 154 544 54 129 24 3B HR 1 2 2 4 1 13 6 7 0 0 6 22 1 2 3 10 4 21 2 2 0 3 1 14 2 4 0 2 24 89 5 17 RBI SH 11 0 16 0 67 2 66 7 0 0 90 0 9 0 43 0 83 0 7 0 8 0 36 0 10 0 13 0 388 9 71 0 SF 0 0 8 3 0 12 0 2 6 1 2 1 0 0 30 5 HP BB SO 0 7 11 6 8 25 3 36 108 2 37 100 0 0 0 12 41 103 2 7 23 3 19 74 4 74 64 1 4 18 0 6 23 3 23 37 1 6 20 0 8 10 33 239 491 4 37 125 SB CS E 1 0 0 1 0 2 3 7 4 6 3 3 0 0 0 3 7 4 2 0 2 1 1 6 10 6 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 5 0 0 2 0 1 2 27 25 28 2 2 8

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(*)Led League Selected by San Francisco in 2004 First-Year Player Draft (3rd round). (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from San Francisco, 7/31/10, along with minor league pitcher Joe Martinez, in deal for pitcher Javier Lopez.

POST-SEASON

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
April 12, 2008 vs. St. Louis

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HR
DATE PITCHER
April 12, 2008 vs. STL ............Todd Wellemeyer

PINCH HIT HOMERS (1)
DATE PITCHER
May 7, 2010 at NY (NL) ......Francisco Rodriguez

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
DATE PITCHER DATE
April 12, 2008 vs. STL......Todd Wellemeyer - 1B

GRAND SLAMS (1)
PITCHER
June 2, 2008 at Washington ............Luis Ayala

DEVELOPMENT

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
LEFT FIELD PCT G GS PO 2008 1.000 5 3 5 2009 1.000 13 11 20 2010 1.000 17 11 25 CAREER 1.000 35 25 50 A 0 1 1 2 E 0 0 0 0 TC DP TP 5 0 0 21 0 0 26 0 0 52 0 0

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
RIGHT FIELD 2008 2009 2010 CAREER

PCT G GS PO 1.000 14 10 22 1.000 5 4 6 1.000 24 22 38 1.000 43 36 66

A 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0

TC DP TP 22 0 0 6 0 0 38 0 0 66 0 0

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
AFFILIATES
FIRST BASE PCT G GS PO A 2008 .988 71 67 448 39 2009 1.000 4 2 15 0 2010 .970 5 4 29 3 CAREER .987 80 73 492 42

E TC DP 6 493 43 0 15 0 1 33 1 7 541 44

TP 1 0 0 1

BOWKER HIGHLIGHTS
GENERAL
MOST HR/GAME: 1 HR (17 times), last on 9/22/10 vs. St. Louis. MOST HITS/GAME: 4 hits, 5/2/08 at Philadelphia. MOST RBI/GAME: 4 RBI (twice), 6/7/08 at Washington & 4/13/08 vs. St. Louis. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 3 games, twice Career: 6 games (2008).
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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Ronny cedeno

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INfIElDER

RONNy cEDENO
M.L. SERVICE: 5 years, 29 days OBTAINED: From Seattle, 7/29/09, along with first baseman Jeff Clement and pitchers Nathan Adcock, Brett Lorin and Aaron Pribanic in deal for shortstop Jack Wilson and pitcher Ian Snell

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AGE: 28 BORN: 2/2/83 in Carabobo, Venezuela RESIDES: Carabobo, Venezuela HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-0/190 BATS/THROWS: R/R

AWARDS & HONORS:

2004 Southern League All-Star (mid-season).

POST-SEASON

2010 SEASON: Spent entire season with Pittsburgh and made a career-high 132 starts at shortstop...Ranked sixth in the N.L. with 136 games played at short and tied for sixth among league shortstops with 39 extra-base hits...Finished season with a sevengame hitting streak and batted .285 (65-for-228) in 67 games after the All-Star break...Was Pittsburgh’s Opening Day starter at shortstop and went 2-for-4 with an RBI...Delivered first career walkoff hit (single) in the 10th inning of Pirates 4-3 win vs. Los Angeles on 4/7...Hit first home run on 4/17 vs. Cincinnati...Hit safely in eight of his first 10 games thru 4/17, going 13-for-38 (.342) with five multi-hit contests...Went 3-for-41 (.073) in his next 12 games thru 5/2, dropping average to .203...Connected off Trevor Hoffman for second home run on 4/27 at Milwaukee; the blast tied the score in the 9th inning...Went hitless in his next 14 at bats after the homer...Was leading N.L. shortstops in fielding percentage (.990) when he made his second error on 5/7 vs. St. Louis...Was successful in each of his first four stolen base attempts before being caught stealing for the first time on 5/11...Reached base safely in 19 straight games from 5/829...Appeared in the leadoff spot for the only time on 5/27 at Cincinnati and went 2-for-4 with a walk...Did not produce a multi-hit game during the month of June and went 7-for-58 (.121) with one RBI in 18 games during the month...Tallied an RBI as a pinch hitter on 7/3 vs. Philadelphia; his only RBI Cedeno took part in the Clemente Day celebration at in 19 games between 6/11 and 7/16...Tied career high (second time) with four Kings Elementary School in 2010. hits (three doubles) on 7/18 vs. Houston...Went 16-for-35 (.457) over a ninegame stretch from 7/17-25, raising average from .226 to .255...Hit .324 with 10 doubles in 21 games in July...Delivered second walkoff hit (single) on 9/17 vs. Arizona...Received just two walks in his last 33 games and 124 plate appearances...Committed 18 errors while playing shortstop (nine fielding/nine throwing); made nine of the errors in the final month of the season including six in his last eight games...Ranked third on the club in stolen bases behind Andrew McCutchen (33) and Jose Tabata (19)...Participated in the Venezuelan Winter League and batted .261(36-for-138) with four home runs and 20 RBI in 37 games with Aragua. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Hit .258 with five home runs and 21 RBI in 46 games with the Pirates and .208 with 10 home runs and 38 RBI in 105 combined games between Seattle and Pittsburgh...Established career high in home runs...Began season with Seattle...Hit safely in his first two games, but went 4-for-26 (.154) overall during the month of April...Hit first home run with Mariners while starting at second base on 4/19 vs. Detroit...Hit .104 (5-for-48) in 18 games during the month of June...Made 29 straight starts at shortstop from 6/25 thru 7/28...Knocked in nine of his 16 runs in final 25 games with Seattle...Went 11-for-28 (.393) while hitting safely in eight straight games from 7/10-21...Went hitless in final 26 at bats with Mariners...Made 40 appearances (39 starts) at shortstop, 13 appearances (eight starts) at second base, seven appearances (four starts) in left field and two appearances (two starts) at third base while playing with Seattle...Was acquired by Pittsburgh as part of a seven-player trade on 7/29...Was tied for the Amereican League lead in sacrifice bunts (nine) at the time of the deal...Made first start with Pirates on 7/31 and went 1-for-4...Hit safely in first three starts and in 10 of his first 11 with Pittsburgh thru 8/11 (14-for-42, .333)...Connected off Collin Balester for first homer with Bucs on 8/2 vs. Washington...Appeared in leadoff spot of the batting order on 8/5 vs. Arizona and went 1-for-4; was his first start in the leadoff spot since 5/11/06...Hit safely in seven straight games from 8/4-11...Cracked second home run on 8/8 vs. St. Louis...Made first of four errors (all fielding) with Pirates in 15th game on 8/15 at Chicago...Went 1-for-13 in four games between 8/12-15 before going 2-for-4 with a homer on 8/17 vs. Milwaukee...Suffered a fracture to the tip of his right pinky finger while making play at shortstop on 8/21 vs. Cincinnati and did not start next seven games thru 8/29...Went 3-for-4 with two doubles as a pinch hitter before returning to starting lineup on 8/30 at Milwaukee...Went 2-for-2 with a triple and two runs scored on 8/31 at Cincinnati (game one)...Had three hits, including fifth homer with Pirates, and three RBI on 9/9 vs. Chicago...Hit safely in seven straight games from 9/8-15 (10-for-26, .385)...Went 3-for-26 in his next seven games thru 9/23...Missed final 11 games with a hamstring strain...Made a total of 42 starts at shortstop for Pittsburgh and went 3-for-4 as a pinch hitter...Hit .300 (45-for-150) with 10 home runs and 20 RBI in 40 games with Aragua during the Venezuelan Winter League. 2008: Spent final full season with Chicago (NL)...Hit .378 (17-for-45) with six doubles, one home run and 16 RBI during the month of April...Tallied a three-run double while making first start on 4/7 at Pittsburgh...Hit first career grand slam on 4/22 off New York’s Jorge Sosa at Wrigley Field (also doubled and collected a career-high five RBI)...Knocked in at least one run (10 total) from 4/1922...Collected a season-high three hits on 4/26 at Washington...Hit .329 (23-for-70) in 28 games from 4/19 thru 5/29 and .275 (22-for-80) in his final 39 games from 7/24 thru the end of the season...Did not commit an error in 47 consecutive games (141 total chances) from 5/27 thru 9/24.
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2007: Split season between Chicago and Iowa (Cubs’ AAA)...Hit .097 (3-for-31) in first half of season and .279 (12-for-43) in second half...Had four of his 15 hits with the Cubs go for home runs and seven of the 15 go for extra bases...Hit first career pinch hit home run on 4/6 off Milwaukee’s Claudio Vargas...Snapped an 0-for-18 streak with an RBI-double in his first at bat on 4/21 and added his second homer of the year in the 7th inning with a solo shot off St. Louis’ Brad Thompson...Was optioned to Iowa on 5/5 and batted .300 (18-for-60) with a .400 on-base percentage in 19 games in May...Hit .446 (45-for-101) with eight home runs, 20 RBI and a .509 on-base percentage in 25 games during the month of June while being named the Pacific Coast League Playerof-the-Month...Took part in a 1-6-3 triple play on 6/26 against Albuquerque...Was hitting .360 (89-for-247) with 13 doubles, 10 home runs and 32 RBI in 65 games for Iowa before being recalled on 7/24...Hit .150 (3-for-20) with the Cubs before being optioned back to Iowa on 8/20...Was recalled by Chicago on 9/1 and hit .391 (9-for-23) in 11 games during the month of September. 2006: Spent first full season in the big leagues...Was a member of Chicago’s Opening Day roster at the age of 23; the youngest Cubs Opening Day shortstop since Shawon Dunston (23) opened the 1986 season at that position...Hit .308 (24-for-78) with six doubles, two triples, a home run and eight RBI in the month of April...Collected a career-high four hits on 4/9 vs. St. Louis...Did not commit an error in 21 straight games from 6/2-26 (82 total chances)...Hit safely in 10 straight games from 5/26 thru 6/5 (16-for37, .432)...Went 16-for-37 (.432) while hitting safely in a career-high 13 games from 9/5-19. 2005: Split season between Chicago and Iowa...Began campaign with Iowa and recorded hits in his first six at bats...Was recalled by Chicago on 4/21...Made Major League debut on 4/23 as a pinch runner vs. Pittsburgh...Collected first career hit and RBI in the same at bat on 4/26 vs. Cincinnati after recording an RBI-single off Danny Graves in the 9th inning...Connected off Gary Glover for first career home run on 5/5 at Milwaukee...Had first career three-hit game on 9/8 at San Francisco...Missed nearly three weeks of action after San Francisco’s Brad Hennessey hit him with a pitch on the left hand on 9/10...Was rated as the third-best prospect in the Cubs organization by Baseball America. 2004: Spent entire season with West Tennessee (Cubs’ AA)...Was named to the Southern League mid-season All-Star team. 2003: Spent entire season with Daytona of the Florida State League...Recorded 22 multi-hit games.

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2002: Spent majority of season with Lansing...Hit first career grand slam on 8/1 at South Bend. 2001: Hit .317 with 17 stolen bases and 19 RBI in 69 combined games between Lansing and the Arizona League Cubs...Led Arizona League in batting average...Also finished second in the league in hits, third in stolen bases and fourth in total bases (96)...Was ranked as the league’s fifth-best prospect by Baseball America. 2000: Spent first professional season with the Venezuelan Summer League Cubs after signing with Chicago as a non-drafted free agent on 8/27/99. PERSONAL: Ronny Alexander Cedeno...Has two children; daughter Barbara (10/25/04) and son Diego (7/7/07)...Signed first pro contract at the age of 16...Appeared in the National League Division Series twice with the Cubs (2007 and 2008).

POST-SEASON

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB
2000 2001 VSL Cubs Arizona Cubs Lansing 2002 Lansing Boise 2003 Daytona 2004 West Tenn. 2005 Iowa Chicago-NL 2006 Chicago-NL 2007 Chicago-NL Iowa 2008 Chicago-NL (1) 2009 Seattle (2) Pittsburgh 2010 Pittsburgh Minor League Totals N.L. Totals A.L. Totals Major League Totals

AVG
.287 *.350 .196 .213 .218 .211 .279 .355 .300 .245 .203 .359 .269 .167 .258 .256 .275 .254 .167 .245

G

AB

R

H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP

BB SO

SB CS E
13 17 0 14 8 19 10 11 1 8 2 6 4 3 2 12 98 29 3 32 10 15 10 22 2 5 10 26 2 8 6 29 10 18 3 12 0 1 8 25 1 2 4 15 1 5 2 6 0 4 3 18 57 150 13 55 2 6 15 61

51 167 35 48 8 3 52 206 36 72 13 4 17 56 9 11 4 1 98 376 44 80 17 4 29 110 17 24 5 2 107 380 43 80 18 1 116 384 39 107 19 5 65 245 42 87 14 1 41 80 13 24 3 0 151 534 51 131 18 7 38 74 6 15 2 0 75 287 52 103 15 3 99 216 36 58 12 0 59 186 15 31 4 2 46 155 17 40 4 1 139 468 42 120 29 3 610 2211 317 612 113 25 514 1527 165 388 68 11 59 186 15 31 4 2 573 1713 180 419 72 13

3 14 2 0 3 19 37 1 17 3 2 5 13 32 1 2 0 0 1 2 18 2 31 8 3 8 22 74 0 6 2 1 0 9 25 4 36 12 3 4 21 82 6 48 8 8 8 24 74 8 36 7 2 1 20 31 1 6 2 0 2 5 11 6 41 15 3 3 17 109 4 13 2 1 0 3 18 10 37 7 1 2 30 46 2 28 1 0 1 18 41 5 17 9 0 1 10 50 5 21 4 0 2 9 29 8 38 7 2 2 23 106 35 227 49 20 32 160 419 26 147 31 6 10 75 314 5 17 9 0 1 10 50 31 164 40 6 11 85 364

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(*)Led League Signed by Chicago (NL) as a non-drafted free agent on 8/27/99. (1)Acquired by Seattle from Chicago (NL), 1/28/09, along with pitcher Garrett Olson, in deal for pitcher Aaron Heilman. (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Seattle, 7/29/09, along with first baseman Jeff Clement and pitchers Nathan Adcock, Brett Lorin and Aaron Pribanic in deal for infielder Jack Wilson and pitcher Ian Snell.
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DIVISION SERIES STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB/OPP 2007 Chi. vs. Ari. 2008 Chi. vs. LA Division Series Totals AVG .000 .000 .000 G AB 2 0 1 0 3 0 R 0 0 0 H 0 0 0 2B 0 0 0 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SH 0 0 0 SF HP 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB SO 0 0 0 0 0 0 SB CS E 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

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MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
April 23, 2005 vs. Pittsburgh

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
DATE PITCHER

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April 26, 2005 vs. CIN........Danny Graves - 1B

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HR
DATE PITCHER
May 5, 2005 at MIL ......................Gary Glover

HISTORY

GRAND SLAMS (1)
DATE PITCHER
April 22, 2008 vs. NY......................Jorge Sosa

PINCH HIT HOMERS (1)
DATE PITCHER
April 6, 2007 at MIL ..................Claudio Vargas

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
SHORTSTOP 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CAREER

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
TP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
SECOND BASE 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 CAREER

PCT .986 .956 .959 .968 .969 .969 .965

G 29 134 15 27 40 136 381

GS 18 130 10 20 39 132 349

PO 30 148 14 41 44 183 460

A 39 357 33 50 114 382 975

E 1 23 2 3 5 18 52

TC 70 528 49 94 163 583 1487

DP 8 64 5 10 18 68 173

PCT 1.000 .973 1.000 .985 .977 .982

G 1 15 8 43 13 80

GS 0 14 3 31 8 56

PO 0 35 10 60 22 127

A 1 37 14 75 21 148

E TC DP 0 1 0 2 74 7 0 24 3 2 137 19 1 44 9 5 280 38

TP 0 0 0 0 0 0

DEVELOPMENT

POST-SEASON

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
LEFT FIELD PCT 2008 ---2009 1.000 CAREER 1.000 G GS PO 1 0 0 7 4 11 8 4 11 A 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 TC DP TP 0 0 0 11 0 0 11 0 0

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
THIRD BASE 2007 2008 2009 CAREER

PCT G GS PO 1.000 4 1 3 1.000 7 0 1 1.000 2 2 0 1.000 13 3 4

A 3 1 3 7

E 0 0 0 0

TC DP TP 6 1 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 11 1 0

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
AFFILIATES
CENTER FIELD PCT 2008 ----

G GS PO 1 0 0

A E 0 0

TC DP TP 0 0 0

CEDENO HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 1 HR (31 times), last on 10/3/10 at Florida. MOST HITS/GAME: 4 hits (twice), 7/18/10 vs. Houston & 4/9/06 vs. St. Louis. MOST RBI/GAME: 5 RBI, 4/22/08 vs. New York (NL). LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 7 games, twice
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GENERAL

Career: 13 games (2005).

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PEDRO cIRIAcO
INfIElDER

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M.L. SERVICE: 27 days AGE: 25 (turns 26 on September 27) BORN: 9/27/85 in San Pedro de Macoris, D.R. OBTAINED: From Arizona, 7/31/10, along with catcher Chris Snyder, in RESIDES: San Pedro de Macoris, D.R. deal for pitcher D.J. Carrasco, HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-0/172 infielder Bobby Crosby and BATS/THROWS: R/R outfielder Ryan Church

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AWARDS & HONORS:

Participated in 2010 All-Star Futures Game in Los Angeles (AL). 2009 Southern League All-Star (mid-season & post-season). 2008 California League All-Star (mid-season & post-season). 2006 Midwest League All-Star (mid-season).

2010 SEASON: Batted .265 (126-for-476) with 24 doubles, eight triples, six home runs, 57 RBI and 19 stolen bases in 119 minor league games prior to his September promotion to the big leagues...Was named to the All-Star Futures Game during final season as a member of the Diamondbacks organization...Began season on the disabled list with a sprained left wrist with TripleA Reno...Homered in season debut on 4/21 at Fresno...Homered for a second time while also driving in three runs on 4/27 vs. Colorado Springs...Was hitting .198 following the action on 5/21 before going 3-for-6 with a home run, two RBI and three runs scored on 5/22 at Round Rock...Knocked in a season-high tying four runs on 6/12 vs. Salt Lake City...Went 4-for-5 with a double, triple, four RBI and two runs scored on 6/21 at Fresno...Went 0-for-1 off the bench as a member of the World Team at the All-Star Futures Game on 7/11 at Los Angeles (AL)...Tallied four RBI in first game back from the Futures Game on 7/15 vs. Tacoma...Went 6-for-12 in final four games with Reno...Was acquired by Pittsburgh along with catcher Chris Snyder as part of a five-player deal on 7/31...Went hitless in four at bats while making debut with Indianapolis on 8/2 at Norfolk...Hit .385 (10-for-26) during a sevengame hitting streak from 8/9-15...Was recalled by the Pirates on 9/7 following the conclusion of the Triple-A season...Made Major League debut as a pinch hitter on 9/8 vs. Atlanta and had an RBI-double off Cristhian Martinez...Served as a pinch runner in second game on 9/12 at Cincinnati...Tripled as a pinch hitter and scored a run in third big league game on 9/14 at New York (NL)...Played final two innings at shortstop on 9/23 vs. St. Louis - his only defensive appearance with the Pirates...Went 3-for-5 as a pinch hitter and was used twice as a pinch runner in his eight big league games...Hit .242 (24-for-99) with three RBI in 31 games with Toros del Este during the Dominican Winter League. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Earned Southern League mid- and post-season All-Star honors while spending entire season with Double-A Mobile...Finished second in the league in stolen bases and fourth in hits...Hit a combined .361 (74-for-205) with six doubles, two triples, three home runs, 26 RBI and 21 stolen bases in July and August...Hit .348 (32-for-92) with 27 RBI with runners on base...Recorded 47 multi-hit games, including a season-high four hits on 7/4 vs. Chattanooga...Was tabbed by Baseball America at the end of the season as the league’s “Best Defensive Shortstop” and as having the “Best Infield Arm”...Hit .258 (17-for-66) with four doubles, four RBI and five stolen bases in 15 games while playing with the Scottsdale Scorpions in the Arizona Fall League...Also hit .320 (16-for-50) with a double, home run and 12 RBI in 14 games with Toros del Este in the Dominican Winter League. 2008: Was named to the California League mid- and post-season All-Star teams while spending entire season with Visalia. ...Finished third in the league in hits and stolen bases and tied for sixth in batting average...Led all Diamondbacks minor leaguers in stolen bases...Hit safely in a season-high 12 straight games games twice (4/18-30 and 7/19-8/10)...Recorded a career-high tying five hits on 4/30 vs. Stockton...Ranked fourth among California League batters with a .367 batting average during the month of June...Recorded three stolen bases on 7/12 vs. Bakersfield...Was rated by Baseball America as having the organization’s “Best Infield Arm” following the season. 2007: Spent entire season with Visalia...Led club in stolen bases, ranked second in games played and at bats and third in runs scored and hits...Went 20-for-42 (.476) during a season-high, 11-game hitting streak from 7/14-25. 2006: Earned Midwest League mid-season All-Star honors while spending entire season with South Bend...Led team in hits and stolen bases and finished second in games played and runs scored...Recorded a career-high tying five hits on 5/21. 2005: Spent entire season with advanced rookie club Missoula...Tied for the team lead in triples and finished second in games played and at bats. 2004: Began professional career with Boca Chica in the Dominican Summer League...Finished third among DSL hitters in batting average. PERSONAL: Pedro Ciriaco...Attended Liceo Sorana Noal High School in his hometown of San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic...Was rated by Baseball America as having the “Best Infield Arm” in the Diamondbacks organization from 20072010...Was rated by same publication as being Pittsburgh’s “Best Defensive Infielder” prior to 2011.

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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
CLUB DSL D’Backs Missoula South Bend Visalia Visalia Mobile Reno (1) Indianapolis Pittsburgh Minor League Totals Major League Totals YEAR 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 AVG .349 .240 .264 .251 .310 .296 .259 .281 .500 .280 .500 G AB R 67 252 45 60 254 28 128 550 77 119 463 61 124 520 85 121 469 56 87 355 44 32 121 19 8 6 3 738 2984 415 8 6 3 H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO 88 11 4 1 18 2 2 4 19 33 61 9 4 2 31 3 2 2 7 50 145 15 5 2 32 10 3 5 32 96 116 14 5 3 39 5 3 4 20 81 161 26 5 5 61 7 11 6 18 89 139 15 3 4 54 5 5 2 16 71 92 15 7 6 51 6 4 1 10 53 34 9 1 0 6 1 2 0 2 21 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 836 114 34 23 292 39 32 24 124 494 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 SB 29 7 19 20 40 38 14 5 0 172 0 CS 17 2 8 11 9 10 3 1 0 61 0 E 27 34 45 32 23 1 17 10 0 189 0

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Signed by Arizona as a non-drafted free agent on 2/28/03. (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Arizona, 7/31/10, along with catcher Chris Snyder and cash considerations, in deal for pitcher D.J. Carrasco, infielder Bobby Crosby and outfielder Ryan Church.

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
September 8, 2010 vs. Atlanta

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
DATE PITCHER

HISTORY

Sept. 8, 2010 vs. ATL . . . .Cristhian Martinez - 2B

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
SHORTSTOP PCT 2010 1.000 CAREER 1.000

POST-SEASON

G GS PO 1 0 1 1 0 1

A E 2 0 2 0

TC DP TP 3 1 0 3 1 0

CIRIACO HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: No Major League home runs. MOST HITS/GAME: 1 hit (3 times), 9/30/10 at Florida, 9/14/10 at New York (NL) & 9/8/10 vs. Atlanta. MOST RBI/GAME: 1 RBI, 9/8/10 vs. Atlanta.

DEVELOPMENT

LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 2 games

Career: 2 games (2010).

BEST STARTS AFTER 15 GAMES AND 20 GAMES
15 GAMES
13-2 12-3 11-4 10-5

YEAR(s)

AFFILIATES

. . . . . . . . . .1914, 1902 . . . . . . . . . .1992, 1960, 1937, 1921 . . . . . . . . . .1988, 1962, 1933, 1910 . . . . . . . . . .2002, 1991, 1980, 1970, 1969, 1966, 1963, 1938, 1911, 1903

20 GAMES
17-3 16-4 15-5 14-6 13-7 12-8

YEAR(s)

GENERAL

. . . . . . . . . .1902 . . . . . . . . . .1921 . . . . . . . . . .1992, 1988, 1937, 1933, 1914 . . . . . . . . . .1990, 1911 . . . . . . . . . .2002, 1991, 1980, 1977, 1969, 1966, 1963, 1962, 1960, 1934, 1909, 1905, 1903 . . . . . . . . . .1967, 1948, 1942 (12-7-1), 1938, 1920, 1910, 1908, 1907

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RIGHT-HANDED PITcHER
AGE: 30 (turns 31 on August 24) BORN: 8/24/80 in San Diego, CA RESIDES: San Diego, CA HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-3/200 BATS/THROWS: R/R

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M.L. SERVICE: 6 years, 27 days OBTAINED: Signed as a free agent on 12/17/10

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AWARDS & HONORS:

2003 Eastern League All-Star (mid-season).

2010 SEASON: Went 10-10 with a 5.52 ERA (140.1ip/86er) in 26 starts (Padres went 15-11) before finishing season with two relief appearances (4.2ip/1er - 1.93 ERA)...Had a 6.41 run support average in his 26 starts, the second-highest average among all National League starters with at least 100.0ip...Had a career-high tying four-game winning streak over four starts from 4/12-28, posting a 3.27 ERA (22.0ip/8er) over that stretch...Tied career high with nine strikeouts on 7/18 vs. Arizona...Went 5-1 with a 3.00 ERA (36.0ip/12er) in his first six starts after the All-Star break from 7/18 thru 8/16...Pitched 3.0 innings and gave up one run while making his first relief appearance of the season on 9/9 vs. San Francisco - his first relief outing since 9/24/08 vs. Colorado...Also tossed a scoreless frame on 9/17 at St. Louis...Went 9-3 in 15 starts when receiving three runs of support or more (Padres were 11-4)...Went 6-for-44 (.136) with a double, five RBI and six sacrifice bunts as a batter. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Spent first full season with San Diego after joining the club as a spring training invitee...Set career highs in starts, wins, innings pitched and strikeouts...Led club in starts...Made the most starts by a Padres pitcher since Greg Maddux and Jake Peavy each made 34 in 2007 and was the only San Diego pitcher to start 20-or-more games...Tied for 11th in the National League with 22 quality starts; recorded 18 quality starts over his last 23 appearances, beginning on 6/6 vs. Arizona...Put together a scoreless streak of 23.1 innings from 9/14 to 10/2, the fourth-longest in the N.L. and the longest by a Padres pitcher since Cla Meredith set a franchise record with 33.2 straight scoreless innings in 2006 (was also the longest by a San Diego starting pitcher since Bruce Hurst pitched 27.0-consecutive scoreless innings in September of 1990)...Established a career high with nine strikeouts on 6/27 at Texas...Did not allow a home run over an eight-game stretch from 7/12 thru 8/17 (40.1 innings)…Went 3-0 with a 1.25 ERA (36.0ip/5er) in five starts during the month of September...Tossed first Major League complete game on 9/25 at Arizona. 2008: Spent seventh and final season in the San Francisco organization...Missed over a month of the season due to a left intercostal strain...Went 1-3 with a 4.50 ERA (26.0ip/13er) in first five starts before being placed on the 15-day disabled list on 4/27...Made a total of three rehab starts between 5/30 and 6/9 before being reinstated from D.L. on 6/15…Went 2-5 with a 6.54 ERA (84.0ip/61er) in 20 games (14 starts) after returning to action...Made first relief appearance on 7/8 at New York (NL) and gave up one run in 1.1ip...Won third and final game on 8/24 vs. San Diego...Made last start on 9/5 vs. Pittsburgh...Made his final five appearances from the bullpen (6.1ip/12er)...Went 3-8 with a 5.36 ERA (102.1ip/61er) in his 19 starts. 2007: Pitched primarily in relief with San Francisco and led Giants relievers with 55.2 innings pitched and 46 strikeouts...Went 3-1 with a 2.54 ERA (46.0ip/13er) in Kevin Correia joins Garrett Jones at PirateFest 2011 eight starts and 1-6 with a 4.20 ERA in 51 relief appearances...Began season in the bullpen...Picked up first win on 4/26 at Los Angeles (NL)...Suffered losses in back-to-back outings on 6/3 and 6/5 and lost career-high five straight decisions from 6/3 thru 8/7...Received a no-decision in first start on 8/14 at Atlanta (4.1ip/0r) - his first Major League start since 8/12/05 (snapped string of 99 straight relief appearances)...Returned to bullpen for two outings before ending the season making seven consecutive starts...Won three straight starts from 8/25 thru 9/5...His victory vs. Milwaukee on 8/25 was his first as a starter since 8/15/05. 2006: Spent full season in the Majors and pitched exclusively in relief for the only time in his pro career...Began campaign with Triple-A Fresno and was slated to be part of Grizzlies rotation, but was recalled by San Francisco on 4/7 before making a minor league outing...Led San Francisco relievers in innings pitched and ranked second in ERA...Recorded scoreless efforts in 31 of his 48 appearances, while stranding 26 of his 39 inherited runners (67%)...Pitched a season-high 5.1 innings on 4/23 at Colorado - a career high for a relief outing...Went 2-0 with a 2.83 ERA (28.2ip/9er) and a .214 batting average against (22-for-103) over his last 19 outings, beginning on 7/25. 2005: Began season as the closer at Fresno and earned seven saves in 28 relief appearances...Was moved into the starting rotation in June...Was recalled by San Francisco on 7/1 and received a no-decision in start that night at San Diego (5.0ip/2er)...Picked up a victory in his second start on 7/6 vs. Cincinnati...Was optioned to Double-A San Jose on 7/7...Made one start with Double-A San Jose so that he could continue pitching during the Major League All-Star Break...Was recalled by San Francisco on 7/18 and remained in the big leagues for the rest of the season...Suffered three straight losses from 7/18-27...Picked up his second win with the Giants in start at Cincinnati on 8/15...Lost backto-back starts on 8/20 and 8/26...Was forced to leave his start on 8/31 vs. Colorado with a right shoulder bruise, an ailment which limited him to two relief outings the remainder of the campaign...Went 2-4 with a 4.96 ERA (52.2ip/29er) in 11 starts with the Giants and 0-1 with a 1.59 ERA (5.2ip/1er) in five relief appearances. 2004: Began season in Fresno’s starting rotation...Was recalled by San Francisco on 4/24 and tossed 4.0 innings of relief in first big league outing on 4/25 at Los Angeles (NL)...Made lone start with Giants on 4/30 vs. Florida and suffered the loss while giving up a career-high nine runs (eight earned) in 2.0ip...Was optioned to Fresno on 5/1...Continued to be used as a starter before moving to the bullpen in early July...Was not scored upon in 10 of his 13 relief efforts, posting a 2.16 ERA (16.2ip/4er)...Was recalled by San Francisco on 7/29 and made three relief
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appearances (3.0ip/3er) before being optioned back to Triple-A on 8/2...Spent 10 days with Fresno before being recalled a third time on 8/13...Suffered lone loss with Giants on 8/21 vs. New York (NL)...Was optioned to Fresno on 8/25, but was recalled on 9/4 and spent remainder of season in the majors...Posted a 4.76 ERA (17.0ip/9er) in 11 big league relief efforts. 2003: Went 7-6 with a 3.50 ERA in 19 minor league games (17 starts) between Norwich (Giants’ AA) and Fresno...Began season with Norwich, where he earned mid-season Eastern League All-Star accolades...Had contract purchased from Fresno on 7/10 and made big league debut in relief that night at Colorado (1.1ip/1er)...Was optioned back to Fresno on 7/13...Was recalled and optioned two more times between 7/17-30, but did not pitch in a game with the Giants...Was recalled a fourth time on 8/10 and made first Major League start that afternoon and won a 5-2 decision vs. Philadelphia (6.0ip/1er) - was given the nod in place of Jason Schmidt, who was skipped to rest his tender right elbow...Made two relief appearances (3.2ip/0r) before suffering loss in second start on 8/28 at Colorado (5.0ip/2er)...Was optioned to TripleA on 8/30, but recalled a final time on 9/2...Ended season by making six consecutive starts with San Francisco...Tallied RBI-single off Rodney Myers for first Major League hit on 9/21 at Los Angeles (NL)...Went 3-1 with a 3.93 ERA in seven starts and posted a 1.80 ERA in his three big league relief appearances. 2002: Began professional career in Giants organization at Rookie-level Salem-Keizer after being selected in the fourth round of the June draft. MISC: Has gone 33-35 with a 4.66 ERA (575.2ip/298er) in 105 Major League starts and 3-8 with a 4.25 ERA (165.1ip/78er) in 126 relief appearances...Was rated by Baseball America as San Francisco’s sixth-best prospect following the 2003 season.

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PERSONAL: Kevin John Correia (pronounced “core-A-ah”)...Wife’s name is Diana...Has two sons; Dane (12/27/08) and Emmett (12/5/10)...Is a 1998 graduate of San Diego’s Grossmont High School...Led baseball team to a section title as a junior and a runner-up finish his senior year...Earned First-Team All CIF San Diego Section in his senior year...Attended Grossmont (CA) College in 1999 before transferring to Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, where he earned Big West All-Conference honors in 2002.

LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB
2002 Salem-Keizer 2003 Norwich Fresno San Francisco 2004 Fresno San Francisco 2005 Fresno San Jose San Francisco 2006 San Francisco 2007 San Francisco 2008 Fresno (#) San Jose (#) San Francisco (1) 2009 San Diego 2010 San Diego (2) Minor League Totals Major League Totals

W-L
2-2 6-6 1-0 3-1 3-7 0-1 3-2 0-1 2-5 2-0 4-7 1-0 0-0 3-8 12-11 10-10 16-18 36-43

ERA

G GS CG SHO SV
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0

IP
37.2 86.1 19.0 39.1 105.1 19.0 46.0 7.0 58.1 69.2 101.2 12.0 3.1 110.0 198.0 145.0 316.2 741.0

H

R

ER HR HP BB SO WP BK
1 3 14 3 4 30 3 0 2 6 4 18 12 3 35 3 1 10 6 1 23 0 0 5 12 4 31 5 3 22 9 2 40 1 0 0 0 0 1 15 4 47 17 4 64 20 5 64 26 11 110 87 27 296 31 1 73 4 23 2 28 2 70 2 14 0 35 0 7 2 44 2 57 0 80 1 15 0 1 0 66 5 142 5 115 3 255 11 546 18 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 2

4.54 10 8 3.65 16 14 2.84 3 3 3.66 10 7 4.53 29 16 8.05 12 1 6.07 31 3 2.57 1 1 4.63 16 11 3.49 48 0 3.45 59 8 1.50 2 2 0.00 1 1 6.05 25 19 3.91 33 33 5.40 28 26 4.21 93 48 4.57 231 105

37 20 19 80 38 35 16 8 6 41 16 16 118 61 53 25 20 17 50 38 31 5 2 2 61 31 30 64 27 27 94 39 39 8 2 2 1 0 0 141 80 74 194 92 86 152 89 87 315 169 148 772 394 276

POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT

HISTORY

(#)Injury Rehab Assignment Selected by St. Louis in 2001 First-Year Player Draft (23rd round), but did not sign. Selected by San Francisco in 2002 First-Year Player Draft (4th round). (1)Granted free agency on 10/14/08...Signed by San Diego as a minor league free agent on 12/22/08. (2)Granted free agency on 11/1/10...Signed by Pittsburgh as a free agent on 12/17/10.

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
July 10, 2003 at Colorado

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
August 10, 2003 vs. Philadelphia

HITTING TOTALS
AFFILIATES
YEAR 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CAREER AVG .154 .333 .071 .083 .067 .111 .145 .136 .126 AB 13 3 14 12 15 27 55 44 183 H 2 1 1 1 1 3 8 6 23 HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 5 9

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
PITCHER 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CAREER PCT 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .952 .957 .929 .962 G 10 12 16 48 59 25 33 28 231 GS 7 1 11 0 8 19 33 26 105 PO A E TC DP TP 3 4 0 7 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 0 1 3 0 4 0 0 3 3 0 6 0 0 9 8 0 17 0 0 13 7 1 21 0 0 22 22 2 46 1 0 13 13 2 28 0 0 66 61 5 132 1 0

GENERAL

FIRST M.L. HIT: 9/21/03 (Rodney Myers - 1B) FIRST M.L. RBI: 9/21/03 AB SINCE LAST HIT: 3
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CORREIA HIGHLIGHTS
LOW-HIT GAME: SIX-HITTER, 9/25/09 at Arizona. SHUTOUTS: (1), 9/25/09 at Arizona. MOST STRIKEOUTS: 9 K’s (twice), 7/18/10 vs. Arizona & 6/27/09 at Texas. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: 9.0 IP, 9/25/09 at Arizona. MOST WALKS: 6 BB (twice), 6/28/10 vs. Colorado & 5/26/10 vs. St. Louis. LONGEST SCORELESS INNINGS STREAK: 23.1 IP (9/14 to 10/2/09). LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 4 games, twice (4/12 to 4/28/10 & 8/28 to 9/25/09). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 5 games (6/3 to 8/7/07).

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All-TIME SkyBlAST cROwD TOTAlS

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RANK
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

CROWD
*38,593 * 38,579 * 38,231 * 38,174 * 38,152 * 38,147 * 37,703 * 37,566 * 37,506 * 37,318 * 37,190 * 37,167 * 37,072 37,009 * 36,687 * 36,447 * 36,418 35,605 35,439 32,345 30,263

DATE
8/8/09 8/6/05 6/8/02 6/23/01 8/18/07 8/7/10 7/23/04 6/27/03 8/16/08 8/5/05 8/26/06 5/30/09 8/17/07 8/25/06 6/5/10 8/16/07 8/15/08 9/26/09 8/14/08 8/24/06 9/4/10

OPPONENT
St. Louis Los Angeles (NL) Milwaukee Montreal Philadelphia Colorado Cincinnati Colorado New York (NL) Los Angeles (NL) Houston Houston Philadelphia Houston San Francisco New York (NL) New York (NL) Los Angeles (NL) Cincinnati Houston Washington

SCORE
5-3 LOSS 9-4 WIN 9-8 WIN (11) 7-4 WIN 11-6 WIN 8-7 IN (10) 6-3 WIN 5-3 WIN 7-4 LOSS 12-6 LOSS 7-4 LOSS 7-4 WIN 11-8 LOSS 5-1 LOSS 6-3 WIN 10-7 WIN 2-1 LOSS 8-4 LOSS 3-1 LOSS 5-3 WIN 9-2 LOSS

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MIkE cROTTA
M.L. SERVICE: None OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 17th round selection in 2006 First-Year Player Draft

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AGE: 26 (turns 27 on September 25) BORN: 9/25/84 in Fort Lauderdale, FL RESIDES: Southport, FL HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-6/235 BATS/THROWS: R/R

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2010 SEASON: Went 7-10 with a 4.42 ERA in 28 combined starts between Altoona (AA) and Indianapolis (AAA)...Established minor league career highs in strikeouts (105) and innings pitched (156.2)...Matched career high in starts (also in 2008)...Was Altoona’s Opening Day starter and gave up one run in 6.0ip in victory vs. Harrisburg...Tossed 7.0 scoreless frames in his second start with the Curve, but received a no-decision...Did not surrender a run in 13.1 consecutive innings from 4/8-19...Was victorious at Akron on 4/19 (6.0ip/3er)...Made fourth and final Double-A start on 4/24 vs. Erie (6.0ip/1er)...Was promoted to Indianapolis on 4/29 and won his first Triple-A start on 5/2 at Lehigh Valley (7.0ip/3r/2er)...Pitched season-high 8.0 innings in second start with Indy on 5/8 vs. Buffalo...Went 4-3 with a 4.25 ERA (48.2ip/23er) in his first eight starts with Indianapolis thru 6/9; went 1-7 with a 5.33 ERA (82.2ip/49er) in his last 16 assignments...Won final game on 7/23 vs. Charlotte...Lost his last five decisions...Gave up just three earned runs in three-start stretch from 8/8-19 (19.1ip - 1.40 ERA), but posted an 01 record...Was charged with 14 earned runs while losing his last three starts (11.0ip)...Tossed season-low 1.0 inning in final start on 9/3 vs. Louisville. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Spent entire season at the Double-A level...Led Altoona in strikeouts and ranked fourth among all Bucco farmhands in that department...Also ranked second on the staff in innings pitched...Was the winning pitcher on 4/18 vs. Erie when Altoona snapped a franchise record eight-game losing streak to begin the season...Won his first three decisions...Tossed season-high 8.0 innings on 5/12 at Harrisburg...Lost three straight decisions from 5/17 thru 6/9...Was victorious on 6/20, but then lost three straight again from 7/5-22...Won back-to-back starts on 8/4 and 8/11...Suffered losses in consecutive starts on 8/16 and 8/23...Pitched 7.0 scoreless innings while winning final start on 9/7 at Binghamton. 2008: Spent entire season with Lynchburg (A)...Established minor league career high in starts and shared Carolina League lead in that department....Also led league in hits allowed and ranked third in innings pitched...Ranked first in fewest walks per 9.0ip (1.48) among starters...Led staff in victories and shared lead in that category among all Bucco farmhands...Also ranked third in minor league system in strikeouts...Pitched 6.0 perfect innings in his first start before allowing three runs on no hits in the 7th inning in a win at Frederick on 4/6...Did not allow an earned run in back-to-back starts on 4/27 at Kinston (5.0ip) and 5/2 vs. Kinston (5.0ip)...Won three straight decisions from 5/29 thru 6/13...Gave up 10 runs (nine earned) in 1.0ip on 6/19 at Kinston, raising season ERA from 4.75 to 5.88...Tossed 7.0 scoreless frames while winning his seventh decision on 7/1 at Wilmington...Did not surrender a home run in his last eight starts (48.0ip) and gave up just two long balls in his final 18 assignments (93.2ip)...Participated in the Arizona Fall League and went 1-1 with a 4.76 ERA (17.0ip/13r/9er) in 12 relief appearances with Scottsdale. 2007: Went 10-6 with a 4.50 ERA in 27 minor league games (26 starts)...Established minor league career high in wins and tied for fourth in the system in that department...Spent majority of season with Hickory (A), where he led the staff in victories...Began season with three straight no-decisions before suffering loss in third start on 4/23 at West Virginia...Made only relief appearance (3.0ip/2er) on 4/20 at Lexington...Pitched 5.0 perfect innings before allowing a run on two hits in 6th inning while winning first game on 4/28 vs. Greensboro...Had a no-hitter thru 7.1 innings on 5/21 vs. Kannapolis, but ended up with a no-decision...Suffered his last loss on 6/11 vs. West Virginia...Yielded a season-high 16 hits and seven earned runs (4.2ip) in a no-decision on 6/29 at Asheville...Made an emergency spot start for Altoona on 7/4 at Trenton, becoming the first player from the 2006 draft class to reach Double-A...Won his last eight decisions with Hickory...Was named the South Atlantic League Pitcher-of-the-Week after going 2-0 with a 1.38 ERA (13.0ip/2er) in two starts on 7/31 and 8/6...Tossed first and only professional complete game (7.0ip/2er) in game one of a doubleheader on 7/31 at Chattanooga...Gave up just two earned runs in a three-start stretch from 8/6-18 (18.2ip), dropping ERA from 4.59 to 4.07...Gave up eight runs in 4.0ip on 8/24 vs. West Virginia before closing out the regular season with 3.0 scoreless frames on 8/30 at Asheville...Started Game One of the best-of-three Divisional playoff series vs. West Virginia on 9/5 and took the loss (4.0ip/7er). 2006: Went 2-5 with a 4.87 ERA in first professional season after being selected by Pittsburgh in the 17th round of the First-Year Player Draft...Began season with Williamsport (A) and made pro debut in relief on 6/23 at Mahoning Valley (3.0ip/1er)...Tossed 1.1 scoreless frames while making first start in game two of a doubleheader on 6/28 vs. Auburn...Was charged with just one run in his first three starts (10.0ip) thru 7/8...Suffered first loss in relief (4.0ip/2er) on 7/15 vs. Lowell...Lost three straight decisions from 7/15-26...Won lone game with Williamsport after tossing 5.0 scoreless innings in his start on 7/31 at Jamestown...Tossed 12.1 consecutive scoreless innings from 7/31 thru 8/5...Walked just four batters and gave up one home run in his 43.2 innings of work with Williamsport...Was promoted to Hickory on 8/12 and received a nodecision in first start on 8/15 at West Virginia (4.1ip/6er)...Picked up lone win with Crawdads in second start on 8/20 vs. Greensboro (7.0ip/1er)...Suffered losses in his final two starts (6.0ip/13er). MISC: Has made 106 straight starts since making last relief appearance on 4/20/07...Has gone 0-2 with a 6.00 ERA (15.0ip/10er) in his five professional relief outings...Is one of only five pitchers to make at least 27 starts for Altoona in one season, having done so in 2009 - the others are Brian O’Connor (1999), John Grabow (2002), Sean Burnett (2003) and Landon Jacobson (2003).

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PERSONAL: Michael John Crotta...Is a 2003 graduate of Martin County (FL) High School...Went 5-1 with a 0.51 ERA and struck out 86 batters in 54.0 innings during his senior season and was named first-team All-State...Played three seasons with Florida Atlantic University, where he went 12-10 with a 5.69 ERA in 64 career games (22 starts)...Also pitched for the Bourne Bears in the Cape Cod League during the summer of 2005...Was originally selected by Philadelphia in the 47th round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft...Signed by Pirates scout Joe Salermo.
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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G 2006 Williamsport 1-3 2.68 11 Hickory 1-2 10.38 4 2007 Hickory 10-5 4.39 26 Altoona 0-1 10.12 1 2008 Lynchburg 9-10 4.67 28 2009 Altoona 7-8 4.76 27 2010 Altoona 2-0 1.78 4 Indianapolis 5-10 4.93 24 Minor League Totals 35-39 4.61 125 GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 7 0 0 0 43.2 43 14 13 4 0 0 0 17.1 36 20 20 25 1 0 0 137.1 169 82 67 1 0 0 0 2.2 6 7 3 t 28 0 0 0 146.1 *171 94 76 27 0 0 0 143.2 181 90 76 4 0 0 0 25.1 14 5 5 24 0 0 0 131.1 160 76 72 120 1 0 0 647.2 780 388 332 HR HP BB SO WP BK 1 0 4 28 0 0 1 1 2 7 0 0 10 3 28 74 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 8 4 25 97 9 1 7 6 33 97 6 0 0 0 3 16 0 0 10 3 37 89 1 0 37 17 134 408 18 1

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(*)Led League (t)Tied for League lead Selected by Philadelphia in 2003 First-Year Player Draft (47th round), but did not sign. Selected by Pittsburgh in 2006 First-Year Player Draft (17th round).

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Pirates Doubleheader Information-Home TEAM Arizona Atlanta Boston Chicago Cincinnati Colorado Florida Houston Los Angeles Milwaukee Montreal New York Philadelphia St. Louis San Diego San Francisco BUCS SWEPT None August 14, 1990 None May 28, 2004 August 28, 2007 None August 18, 1995 August 25, 1985 July 18, 1971 July 2, 2004 June 18, 2003 September 19, 2004 September 30, 1984 June 26, 1978 August 21, 1981 July 13, 1984 SPLIT None May 12, 2008 None September 19, 2003 September 16, 2005 None None September 9, 2004 August 1, 2000 September 13, 2006 July 4, 1982 June 19, 1996 September 3, 1979 August 6, 1999 April 28, 2002 August 13, 2007 BUCS WERE SWEPT None June 3, 2001 June 4, 2003 July 4, 1980 July 12, 1974 None None July 19, 2005 April 29, 1973 None None July 4, 1969 August 6, 1978 September 16, 1985 May 19, 2004 July 6, 1987

HISTORY POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT

Pirates Doubleheader Information-road TEAM Arizona Atlanta Boston Chicago Cincinnati Colorado Florida Houston Los Angeles Milwaukee Montreal New York Philadelphia St. Louis San Diego San Francisco BUCS SWEPT None August 14, 1990 None May 28, 2004 August 28, 2007 None August 18, 1995 August 25, 1985 July 18, 1971 July 2, 2004 June 18, 2003 September 19, 2004 September 30, 1984 June 26, 1978 August 21, 1981 July 13, 1984 SPLIT None May 12, 2008 None September 19, 2003 September 16, 2005 None None September 9, 2004 August 1, 2000 September 13, 2006 July 4, 1982 June 19, 1996 September 3, 1979 August 6, 1999 April 28, 2002 August 13, 2007 BUCS WERE SWEPT None June 3, 2001 June 4, 2003 July 4, 1980 July 12, 1974 None None July 19, 2005 April 29, 1973 None None July 4, 1969 August 6, 1978 September 16, 1985 May 19, 2004 July 6, 1987

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MATT DIAz
M.L. SERVICE: 5 years, 157 days OBTAINED: Signed as a free agent on 12/14/10

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AGE: 33 BORN: 3/3/78 in Portland, OR RESIDES: Winter Haven, FL HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-0/215 BATS/THROWS: R/R

AWARDS & HONORS:

2004 International League All-Star (mid-season and post-season). 2003 Southern League All-Star (mid-season).

2010 REVIEW

2010 SEASON: Spent fifth and final season with Atlanta...Hit .178 (13-for-73) with five RBI in his first 26 games thru 5/14...Was placed on disabled list on 5/15 with a right thumb infection; underwent successful surgery on his right thumb on 5/20 (performed by Dr. Gary Lourie in Atlanta)...Had a three-game rehab stint with Triple-A Gwinnett from 6/26-28...Was reinstated from the D.L. on 6/29 and batted .285 (43-for-151) with 14 doubles, seven home runs and 26 RBI in his final 58 games...Homered in three straight games and tallied eight RBI from 7/17-20...Hit .340 (18-for-53) with five homers and 14 RBI in 21 games during the month of July...Homered in back-toback games on 8/28-29...Connected off Florida’s Leo Nunez for first career pinch-hit homer on 8/29...Made all 63 defensive appearances in left field...Hit .365 (31-for-85) in 31 day games, compared to .180 (25-for-139) in 53 night games. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Spent entire season with Atlanta and established career highs in at bats, runs, home runs, RBI, walks and stolen bases...Tied career high in triples...Made 66 appearances (61 starts) in right field and 50 appearances (30 starts) in left field...Also played two games in center field; made lone start there on 5/30 at Arizona...His .412 batting average vs. LHP ranked second in the Majors to New York’s David Wright (.416)...Shared team lead in stolen bases with Nate McLouth...Scored a career-high four runs on 5/20 vs. Colorado...Made first career appearance in center field in the ninth inning on 5/21 vs. Colorado...Had a season-high four hits on 8/23 vs. Florida and had a hit in six straight plate appearances from 8/22-23...Hit safely in career-high eight straight games from 9/12-21, batting .333 (9-for27) with two home runs and seven RBI. 2008: Season was limited to 43 big league games due to injury...Missed 106 team games recovering from a posterior cruciate ligament strain suffered on 5/27 at Milwaukee after he hit the wall in foul territory in the bottom of the sixth inning; also suffered a laceration to his left knee that required four stitches...Was reinstated from the 60-day disabled list on 9/24 and appeared in just one game (starter in left field) on 9/28 at Houston...Made all 37 defensive appearances in left field for the Braves. 2007: Set career high in games played, doubles and batting average...His .352 average (107-for-304) from 4/30 to the end of the season ranked third in the Majors (min: 300 AB’s)...Led all National League hitters with a .484 average during interleague play...Tied for fourth in the Majors with 14 pinch hits (14-for-48, .292)...Made 95 appearances (77 starts) in left field...Also made five appearances in right field and two at first base...Made first career appearance at first base on 4/13 vs. Florida...Finished second in the Major Leagues with a .424 (25-for-59) average during the month of May...Hit safely in 17 of his 24 games played in May and in 12 of his 14 starts...Went 4-for-5 on 5/20 at Boston, his fourth career game with four or more hits...Hit .353 in 71 games prior to the All-Star break...Hit gametying, two-run homer in the bottom of the 12th inning on 8/2 vs. Houston...Homered four times in a six-game span from 8/2-10 and hit seven home runs in 23 games during the month of August to go along with a .386 (27-for-70) average...Had four-hit game on 8/27 at Florida...Went 3-for-5 and posted his first career multi-homer game (both off Dontrelle Willis) on 8/29 at Florida...Had a game-winning, three-run double with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning on 9/5 vs. Philadelphia to cap a seven-run rally in the 8-6 victory...Also had a career-high tying four RBI on 9/5. 2006: Spent first full season in the Majors with Atlanta...Made the club out of spring training after batting .347 and leading the Braves in hits (26), at bats (75) and tying in home runs (3)...Made 95 appearances (62 starts) in left field and six appearances in right field...Posted a .328 batting average before the All-Star break and a .325 mark after the break...Batted .342 (91-for-266) from 5/4 thru the end of the season...Tied for ninth in the big leagues with 13 pinch hits (13-for-43, .302)...Tied the Braves’ franchise record by hitting safely in five straight pinch at bats from 5/4-19...Hit .465 (20-for-43) in May...Had a career high five hits in five at bats on 5/11 at Florida...Established an Atlanta Braves record with hits in 10 consecutive at bats from 8/12-14; after going 2-for-2 off the bench on 8/12 vs. Milwaukee, he went 4-for-4 on 8/13 vs. Milwaukee and hit safely in his first four at bats on 8/14 at Washington before grounding out to shortstop in the 9th inning...Produced a .406 (28-for-69) average in 26 games during the month of August. 2005: Was released by Tampa Bay on 2/18...Signed a minor league deal with Kansas City on 2/24 and began season with Triple-A Omaha (AAA)...Hit .364 (20-for-55) with four homered and 16 RBI in 14 games before having his contract purchased by the Royals on 4/22...Went 4-for-20 (.200) with two RBI in six games and was optioned back to Omaha on 5/3...Batted .345 (10-for-29) in nine TripleA games and was recalled by Kansas City on 5/14...Went 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored on 5/18 vs. Baltimore to record his first career multi-hit game...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left oblique on 6/11...Hit .333 (13-for-39) in 10 rehab games between 7/8-17...Was reinstated from the D.L. on 7/18 and optioned to Omaha...Went 6-for-6 on 7/27 at Portland...Capped off a nine-game hitting streak with a 5-for-5 effort on 7/31 at Tacoma; also homered twice in the game...Produced a .508 batting average in 13 games with Omaha during the month of July, going 30-for-59 with 10 doubles, two triples, two homers and 11 RBI...Hit .619 (26for-42) during the nine-game hitting streak between 7/23-31...Had three hits on 8/7 to raise Triple-A average to .422...Was recalled by Kansas City on 8/30 and went 9-for-25 (.360) in 12 games...Hit lone home run with Royals on 9/27 at Minnesota. 2004: Spent full season with Durham (Rays’ AAA) and was named the club’s Player-of-the-Year...Led the organization in average, hits, doubles and extra-base hits (73)...Was selected to the International League All-Star mid- and post-season teams...Was also named to the Topps/Minor League Baseball Triple-A All-Star team...Had a 22-game hitting streak from 6/20 to 7/11, tied for the second-longest
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ever by a Rays farmhand...Was the Durham Player-of-the-Month for June after hitting .375 (39-for-104)...Appeared in 10 games for Tampa Bay in September, including seven starts (three in LF, three as the DH and one in RF)....Went 0-for-12 in his first six games before going 4-for-9 with a double, triple, homer and three RBI in his final four...Connected off Kansas City’s Darrell May for first Major League home run on 9/22 (25th career at bat). 2003: Split minor league season between Orlando (Rays’ AA) and Durham...Hit .354 (170-for-480) with 39 doubles, 13 home runs and 86 RBI in 127 combined games with the two clubs...His .354 average ranked second in all of minors...Posted the second-best average in the organization’s minor league history...Also led the organization in hits and RBI...Named the Orlando Rays Player-of-the-Year and Southern League All-Star...Hit .409 with 26 RBI during the month of May...Had contract selected by Tampa Bay on 7/18 and made his Major League debut as a pinch hitter on 7/19 vs. Texas...Made first and only start with Rays in left field on 7/20 vs. Texas...Tallied first big league hit on 7/25 at Chicago (AL) - a single off Rick White...Was optioned back to Triple-A on 7/29. 2002: Spent entire season with Orlando and led team in runs scored, doubles and stolen bases...Had five multi-steal games...Hit his second career grand slam 7/16 vs. Mobile. 2001: Spent season in Class-A and was voted the Bakersfield Blaze Player-of-the-Year...Led all Class-A players with 172 hits and tied for third in total bases (267)...Led Tampa Bay organization in hits, RBI and doubles...Ranked second in the organization in batting average...Ranked sixth in the minor leagues in hits and 11th in average...Ranked second in the Carolina League with 17 outfield assists. 2000: Spent entire season with St. Petersburg (Rays’ A)...Went 4-for-5 with seven RBI and became the third player in franchise history to hit for the cycle when he did so on 6/14 vs. Ft. Myers (also Matt Quatraro on 7/6/97 and Jose Guillen on 4/22/00). 1999: Spent first professional season with Rookie Level Hudson Valley, where he was a teammate of Josh Hamilton and Jorge Cantu...Was selected by Tampa Bay in the 17th round of the June draft. MISC: Ranks eighth among qualifying National League batters with a .305 (423-for-1385) average since the start of the 2006 season...His .285 (39-for-137) average as a pinch hitter since the start of the 2006 season ranks third in the Major Leaguess (min: 135 AB) behind Ryan Spilborghs (46-for-141, .326) and Geoff Blum (43-for-145, .297)...Has the highest career batting average (.376, 55for-173) of any player with at least 150 career at bats vs. Florida...Made last big league start/appearance in center field on 5/30/09 at Arizona...Made his two big league appearances at first base while playing with the Braves on 4/13/07 vs. Florida and 7/1/07 at Florida. PERSONAL: Matthew E. Diaz (pronounced “DYE-az”)...Wife’s name is Leslee...Has three children; sons Nathan (12/30/06) and Jake (12/2/10) and daughter Anna (2/26/08)...Is a 1997 graduate of Sante Fe High School in Lakeland, FL...Was also a two-year starter at Florida State University, where he helped lead the Seminoles to two College World Series appearances, including the 1999 title game vs. Miami...Was named Freshman-of-the-Year by The Sporting News in 1998...Was also the NCAA Regional MVP and a First Team All-American (ABCA, NBCWA) in 1999...Finished his career with a .384 average and 43 home runs...He and his wife created the Diaz Family Foundation, whose mission statement is “to glorify God by aiding orphaned and disadvantaged children in Polk County and around the World.”

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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB
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AVG

G

AB

R

H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB
1 20 2 2 6 53 1 5 17 81 4 5 10 50 3 3 5 41 1 3 8 45 0 3 0 0 0 0 21 93 1 5 1 3 0 0 14 56 0 1 1 9 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 6 0 1 7 32 1 4 12 45 1 5 2 14 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 13 58 5 1 7 31 2 1 0 3 0 0 84 455 12 28 41 180 9 12 2 12 1 1 43 192 10 13

SO SB CS

E

Hudson Valley .245 St. Petersburg .270 Bakersfield .328 Orlando .274 Orlando .383 Durham .328 Tampa Bay .111 2004 Durham .332 Tampa Bay (1) .190 2005 Omaha .371 Kansas City .281 Arizona Royals (#) .462 Wichita (#) (2) .269 2006 Atlanta .327 2007 Atlanta .338 2008 Atlanta .244 Mississippi (#) .231 Richmond (#) .167 2009 Atlanta .313 2010 Atlanta .250 Gwinnett (#) (3) .250 Minor League Totals .313 N.L. Totals .305 A.L. Totals .252 Major League Totals .301

54 208 22 51 15 2 106 392 37 106 21 3 131 524 79 *172 40 2 122 449 71 123 28 1 60 227 32 87 21 0 67 253 35 83 18 3 4 9 2 1 0 0 134 503 81 167 *47 5 10 21 3 4 1 1 65 259 48 96 22 4 34 89 7 25 4 2 3 13 2 6 2 0 7 26 6 7 0 0 124 297 37 97 15 4 135 358 44 121 21 0 43 135 9 33 2 0 7 26 5 6 0 0 4 12 0 2 0 0 125 371 56 116 18 4 84 224 27 56 17 2 3 12 2 3 1 0 763 2904 420 909 215 20 511 1385 173 423 73 10 48 119 12 30 5 3 559 1504 185 453 78 13

6 6 43 11 11 54 14 24 73 10 34 72 8 19 24 8 16 45 0 1 3 13 26 96 2 1 6 5 12 49 2 4 15 0 0 2 0 3 5 9 11 49 4 16 63 1 3 32 0 2 5 0 1 3 13 35 90 4 13 44 0 0 3 75 154 474 31 78 278 4 6 24 35 84 302

6 2 3 2 3 10 11 5 10 31 9 3 9 5 1 6 2 1 0 0 1 15 4 7 0 0 0 10 3 4 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 5 4 4 0 2 4 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 5 3 3 1 2 0 0 0 92 34 39 28 13 12 0 1 3 28 14 15

DEVELOPMENT AFFILIATES GENERAL

(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League Selected by Tampa Bay in 1999 First-Year Player Draft (17th round). (1)Released by Tampa Bay on 2/18/05...Signed by Kansas City as a minor league free agent on 2/24/05. (2)Acquired by Atlanta from Kansas City, 12/19/05, in deal for pitcher Ricardo Rodriguez. (3)Granted free agency on 11/1/10...Signed by Pittsburgh as a free agent on 12/14/10.
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DIVISION SERIES STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB/OPP 2010 Atl. vs. SF AVG .100 G AB 4 10 R 0 H 1 2B 0 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 SH 0 SF HP 0 0 BB SO 0 2 SB CS E 0 0 0

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
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July 19, 2003 vs. Texas

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
DATE PITCHER
July 26, 2003 at CWS..............Rick White - 1B

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FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HR
DATE PITCHER
Sept. 22, 2004 vs. KC ..................Darrell May

HISTORY

PINCH HIT HOMERS (1)
DATE PITCHER
August 29, 2010 vs. FLA ................Leo Nunez

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LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
LEFT FIELD PCT 2003 .857 2004 1.000 2005 .944 2006 .977 2007 .988 2008 .984 2009 .985 2010 .979 CAREER .979 G 1 3 19 95 95 37 50 63 363 GS 1 3 16 62 77 33 30 53 275 PO A 6 0 8 0 34 0 163 5 155 4 59 2 67 0 93 1 585 12 E TC DP TP 1 7 0 0 0 8 0 0 2 36 0 0 4 172 1 0 2 161 1 0 1 62 1 0 1 68 0 0 2 96 0 0 13 610 3 0

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RIGHT FIELD 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 CAREER

DEVELOPMENT

PCT G GS PO 1.000 1 1 3 1.000 2 1 4 1.000 6 0 3 1.000 5 0 3 .978 66 61 89 .981 80 63 102

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E TC DP TP 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 93 0 0 2 106 0 0

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CENTER FIELD PCT

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
FIRST BASE PCT 2007 1.000 CAREER 1.000

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G GS PO 1.000 2 1 1 1.000 2 1 1

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G GS PO 2 0 3 2 0 3

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DIAZ HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 2 HR, 8/29/07 at Florida. MOST HITS/GAME: 5 hits, 5/11/06 at Florida.

GENERAL

MOST RBI/GAME: 4 RBI (3 times), 8/19/09 at New York (NL), 9/5/07 vs. Philadelphia & 8/14/06 at Washington. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 4 games Career: 8 games (2009).

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M.L. SERVICE: 5 years, 120 days OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 2nd round selection in 1999 First-Year Player Draft

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National League co-Player-of-the-Week (June 9-15, 2008). 2003 Carolina League All-Star (mid-season & post-season). 2000 New York-Penn League All-Star.

2010 SEASON: Set a career high in games played...Made 91 starts behind the plate, 17 in right field, three at first base and one as the designated hitter...Also went 4-for-10 with a homer and three RBI as a pinch hitter...Threw out 6 of the 74 baserunners attempting to steal against him, had nine passed balls and committed six errors behind the plate (four throwing/two fielding)...Picked one runner off first base; Chicago’s Mike Fontenot on 5/14 at Wrigley Field...Also made three errors (two fielding/one throwing) while playing right field and one fielding error at first base...Was Pittsburgh’s Opening Day catcher for the third straight year...Hit a three-run homer on Opening Day vs. Los Angeles, connecting off lefthander George Sherrill for just his eighth career home run batting right-handed...Hit safely in his first four games (6-for-17, .353) before going 2-for-23 in his next seven thru 4/20...Produced season-high, 10-game hitting streak from 4/21-30 (16-for-34, .471)...Hit second career grand slam on 4/27 at Milwaukee (off Trevor Hoffman)...Homered again the next day off Hoffman as a pinch hitter, tying the game in the 9th inning...Became just the second player ever to homer off Hoffman twice in the same season (also Dante Bichette with Colorado in 1996)...Tallied lone triple (fourth career) on 4/29 at Los Angeles (NL)...Connected off Atlanta’s Takashi Saito for first career walkoff home run on 5/23...Had fifth career four-RBI game on 6/5 vs. San Francisco...Made all three starts at first base in three consecutive games from 6/10-12...Hit second home run of the season batting right-handed (ninth career) when he went deep against lefty Ted Lilly in Chicago on 6/30...Was placed on 15-day D.L. on 7/22 due to a concussion...Played four games with Triple-A Indianapolis on a rehab assignment from 8/2-6...Homered in the second game of a doubleheader at Durham on 8/6...Was recalled from rehab and reinstated from D.L. on 8/7...His final home run of the season came on 9/17 vs. Arizona - his 35th career homer at PNC Park which ranks fifth all-time behind Jason Bay (61), Craig Wilson (47), Brian Giles (45) and Aramis Ramirez (38). N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Made a team-high 71 starts behind the plate despite missing close to three months of action due to a fractured right wrist...Made second straight Opening Day start behind the plate...Went hitless in first eight at bats before a two-hit performance in third game on 4/8 at St. Louis...Connected off Mike Lincoln for first career grand slam on 4/11 at Cincinnati - also tied career high with four RBI in the game...Homered in the Home Opener on 4/13 vs. Houston...Started each of the first eight games...Singled as a pinch hitter on 4/16 vs. Houston...Doubled three times on 4/18 vs. Atlanta...Injured his right wrist in second at bat on 4/19 vs. Atlanta, but remained in the game...Had an MRI on 4/20 and a CT scan on 4/21 which revealed a fracture of the scaphoid bone...Had surgery on the wrist on 4/23 in Pittsburgh; surgery performed by Dr. Mark Baratz...Had CT scan on wrist in Pittsburgh on 5/28...Began a two-week throwing and hitting program on 6/13 (taking dry swings and throwing from 45 feet)...Took BP with the Pirates at PNC Park for the first time on 6/27...Played two games with GCL Pirates on a rehab assignment and went 0-for-7 on 7/3 and 7/4...Also played five games with Triple-A Indianapolis and went 2-for-17...Was reinstated from D.L. on 7/10 and went 0-for-4 in first game back that night in Philadelphia...Went 2-for-5 with two doubles and an RBI in his next game on 7/11...Homered twice and knocked in three runs on 7/22 vs. Milwaukee - his fourth career two-homer game...Also homered the next night at Arizona...Tallied first of four stolen bases on 7/24 at Arizona...Hit safely in season-high seven straight games from 7/22-28 (10-for-29, .345)...Went hitless in next 15 at bats before going 3-for-5 on 8/3 vs. Washington...Was moved to 5th spot in batting order on 8/18; went 12-for-43 (.279) with two homers in 13 games overall from the 5th spot...Went 3-for-19 in final six games in August and hit .176 in 22 games during the entire month...Was removed from the game by manager John Russell on 8/28 at Milwaukee and did not play again the next game...Made first of two appearances from 6th spot of lineup on 9/2 at Cincinnati and went 2-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI...Went 3-for-5 in next game on 9/4 vs. St. Louis...Went 8-for-20 (.400) in first six games in September and batted .346 during the entire month...Missed consecutive games on 9/8-9 due to a stiff back...Connected off lefty Tim Byrdak for lone homer batting right-handed on 9/13 at Houston; his seventh career and first since September 17, 2008...Made start in right field on 9/19 vs. San Diego - his first start there since 8/13/07 (37th career start)...Went 4-for-4 with four RBI on 9/30 at Chicago (game two)...Threw out 11 of the 40 runners attempting to steal against him (28%), committed six errors (five throwing/one CI) and had two passed balls.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

8/27/05 vs. Cincinnati . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Eric Milton 4/4/08 at Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Scott Olsen 5/1/08 at Washington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Odalis Perez 6/11/08 vs. Washington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .John Lannan 7/22/08 at Houston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tim Byrdak 9/17/08 vs. Los Angeles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Scott Elbert 9/13/09 at Houston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tim Byrdak 4/5/10 vs. Los Angeles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .George Sherrill 6/30/10 at Chicago . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ted Lilly

2008: Led all National League catchers with a .323 batting average; Minnesota’s Joe Mauer led all backstops with a .335 average (minimum of 400 plate appearances)...His .318 overall average would have ranked fourth in the N.L., but he fell 37 plate appearances shy of qualifying for the batting title...Made careerhigh 106 appearances (103 starts) behind the plate and threw out 15 of the 72 runners attempting to steal against him (21%)...Led National League with a .407 average with runners in scoring position and ranked third in the Majors behind David DeJesus (.419) and Ian Kinsler (.413)...Hit .314 with 10 home
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runs batting left-handed and .330 with five homers batting right-handed...His 15 home runs were the most by a Bucco catcher since Mark Parent hit 15 in 1995...Ranked fourth among N.L. catchers with 68 RBI (also had one RBI as a pinch hitter)...Made first career Opening Day start and went 3-for-7 with a run scored in 12-11, 12-inning victory in Atlanta...Connected off Scott Olsen for second career home run batting right-handed on 4/4 at Florida; his first since 8/27/05...Hit safely in each of his first five games and was leading the National League in batting (.450) after the action on 4/6...Had second career two-homer game on 4/20 at Chicago (NL)...Ranked second in the Majors among catchers in batting average (.371) and slugging percentage (.614) during the month of April...Was hiting .350 with five home runs and 15 RBI in 29 games when he suffered a left thumb fracture on 5/13 in St. Louis...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 5/14...Made three rehab appearances with Double-A Altoona from 6/3-5 and went 3-for-7 while catching a total of 11 innings...Was recalled from his rehab assignment and reinstated from D.L. on 6/6...Went 4-for-4 with two doubles and two home runs on 6/10 vs. Washington and then went 3-for-4 with a homer the following game...Homered again the next game and finished the series against the Nationals with nine hits, including four home runs, and seven RBI; becoming the first catcher to reach those levels in a three-game series since Mike Piazza of the Dodgers had nine hits, five home runs and 11 RBI in three games from June 29-July 1, 1996...Shared N.L. Player-of-the-Week honors with Florida’s Ricky Nolasco during week of 6/9-15 after hitting .400 (10-for-25) with seven RBI and a league-leading four home runs, 24 total bases and a .960 slugging percentage...Was hit in the mask three times while catching on 6/17 and missed next five games due to concussion-like symptoms...Returned to action on 6/24 vs. New York (AL) and went 3-for-5 with a home run - his fourth straight game at PNC Park with a home run...Made lone appearance at first base (1 inning) on 7/12 vs. St. Louis...Recorded first of two stolen bases on 7/26 vs. San Diego...Had three hits and swiped second base on 7/28 vs. Colorado...Had three hits on 8/20 at St. Louis and fell a triple shy of hitting for the cycle the following night; his home run on 8/21 was his first since 7/22...Left game on 8/22 at Milwaukee due to dehydration...Went 4-for-5 on 9/5 at San Francisco and collected a hit in six straight at bats from 9/3-5...Went 3-for-4 with a homer and career-high four RBI on 9/17 vs. Los Angeles...Hit 11 home runs prior to the All-Star break and four after...Made eight errors (six throwing/two fielding) and shared league lead with nine passed balls (also Paul Bako)...Agreed to terms on a new contract on 12/22. 2007: Spent majority of season with Pittsburgh...Was a member of the Opening Day roster for the second straight year...Went 0-for3 in first four games as a pinch hitter and was optioned to Triple-A Indianapolis on 4/7...Hit safely in 11 of his first 12 games with the Indians, going 20-for-43 (.465) with four doubles, three home runs and 15 RBI...Homered twice in three games from 4/14-17...Hit a grand slam and knocked in five runs in 4/17 contest at Norfolk....Took home International League Player-of-the-Week honors for week of 4/1622 after hitting .423 (11-for-23) with a double, two homers, 11 RBI, six runs and a .692 slugging percentage...Led International League in batting average (.415) and RBI (20) during the month of April...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 4/26; started that day behind the plate and went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI...Made first of 33 starts during the season and fourth career start in right field on 4/28 vs. Cincinnati...Had a career-high tying four hits while hitting first home run on 4/29 vs. Cincinnati...Hit safely in a career-high 11 straight games from 4/29 thru 5/11 (19-for-37, .514)...Made first of two starts at first base on 5/3 at Milwaukee and went 2-for-4...Recorded first career outfield assist in 5/5 game at Milwaukee after throwing out J.J Hardy at third base from right field...Took Arizona’s Tony Pena deep for first career pinch hit home run, a three-run shot on 5/18 at PNC Park...Had a pair of outfield assists in 5/22 game at St. Louis...Homered in back-to-back games on 7/4-5 and in three of his five contests from 7/4-14...Hit a game-tying pinch hit, three-run homer in the 7th inning at Atlanta on 7/14 (off Rafael Soriano)...Snapped an 0-for-20 streak with a home run on 7/31...Tripled in backto-back games on 8/10 and 8/11...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 8/14 with a left wrist contusion; injured the wrist while making attempt on catch in right field on 8/13...Was reinstated from D.L. on 9/8...Injured his right ankle on 9/8 and ended the season on the disabled list...Made 33 starts in right field, 28 behind the plate, two at first base and one as the DH while playing with the Pirates...Threw out four of the 22 baserunners attempting to steal against him (18%) and had five passed balls...Ranked second on team with five outfield assists. 2006: Was a member of Pittsburgh’s Opening Day roster for the first time in his career...Took Cincinnati’s Rick White deep for first hit of season on 4/6 at Great American Ball Park...Homered for the second time in four games on 4/11 vs. Los Angeles...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 4/16 (retro to 4/12) with a left hamstring strain...Began a rehab assignment with Indianapolis on 4/27...Went 0-for-5 in first two games of rehab before going 4-for-5 with three RBI and two runs scored on 4/29 vs. Columbus...Was recalled from his rehab assignment and reinstated from the disabled list on 5/3...Made first career appearance at first base as a starter on 5/6 at Washington and recorded 14 putouts (no errors) while going 2-for-5 with a pair of doubles and an RBI...Missed nine straight starts due to a nagging left hamstring from 5/7-18...Returned to the starting lineup on 5/19 at Cleveland as the club’s designated hitter...Ended game on 6/1 vs. Milwaukee with a walkoff single...Suffered a left hamstring tear while running to first base on 6/4 vs. Milwaukee and was placed on the D.L. the following day...Hit a combined .172 (5-for-29) in nine games on rehab with the Gulf Coast League Pirates and Altoona...Was recalled from his rehab assignment and reinstated from the disabled list on 8/23...Returned to action that night in pinch hit appearance and reached first base on an error...Reached base safely in 13 of his 14 games from 8/27 thru 9/10 and in 20 of his 22 games from 8/27 thru 9/20...Made final start behind the plate on 8/30...Made final 23 starts at first base...Went deep in back-to-back games on 9/8-9 at Cincinnati...Was ejected for arguing balls and strikes by home plate umpire Greg Gibson in 9/21 contest at Los Angeles...Made 28 appearances (26 starts) at first base and committed three errors in 228 total chances...Also threw out two of the 13 baserunners attempting to steal against him (15%) and had two passed balls in his 11 appearances (10 starts) behind the plate...Went 2-for-10 in his three starts as the designated hitter...Participated in Mexican Pacific Winter League and batted .292 (40-for-137) with six doubles, six home runs and 16 RBI in 35 games with Mazatlan...Made 23 defensive appearances at first base and 11 in the outfield. 2005: Began season with Indianapolis...Homered off Curt Schilling (on rehab) in Triple-A debut on 4/7 in 7-5 win over Pawtucket...Went deep from both sides of the plate and had four RBI on 4/17 at Norfolk...Was leading the International League with six home runs following the action on 4/17...Had a 10-game hitting streak from 5/9-19, going 15-for-36 (.417) with eight RBI...Homered in back-to-back games on 5/13-14 and three times in five contests from 5/13-18...Made first of three starts in right field on 5/20 at Pawtucket...Had a seasonhigh four hits on 5/31 vs. Louisville...Made a total of 38 starts behind the plate, five as the designated hitter and three in right field while playing with Indianapolis...Was tied for third in the International League in home runs and ranked second in slugging percentage (.630) at the time of his recall to Pittsburgh on 6/5...Made Major League debut on 6/5 vs. Atlanta and grounded out as a pinch hitter...Made first big league start behind the plate and doubled off Baltimore’s Hayden Penn for first hit on 6/7...Made first of three starts in right field
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on 6/11 vs. Tampa Bay and went 3-for-5 with a double, triple, three RBI and three runs scored...Batted .364 (8-for-22) during five-game hitting streak from 6/7-15...Served as the club’s designated hitter in each of the six interleague road games and went 4-for-23 (.174) with four RBI...Hit right-handed against RHP Tim Wakefield on 6/17 at Boston and went hitless in three at bats...Stole home as part of a double steal on 6/17 at Boston, the first Bucco to do so since Jack Wilson on 5/12/02...Connected off Houston’s Ezequiel Astacio for first Major League home run on 7/19 (game one) at PNC Park...Hit second home run in same game, a 457’ blast off Russ Springer which bounced into the Allegheny River (the last big league player to hit his first home run as part of a multi-homer game was Colorado’s Aaron Miles on 4/14/04)...Went 3-for-32 (.094) in last 13 games during the month of July...Had season-high eight-game hitting streak from 8/3-14, going 12-for-23 (.522) with one homer and nine RBI...Led all Major League rookies with a .364 batting average and a .425 on-base percentage during the month of August - ranked fourth among all N.L. players in average and sixth in on-base percentage...Connected off Cincinnati’s Eric Milton on 8/27 for first career home run batting right-handed...Fell a triple shy of hitting for the cycle on 9/13 at St. Louis...Had a career-high four hits on 9/24 at Los Angeles...Hit five of his six home runs off righthanders...Threw out 10 of the 29 runners attempting to steal against him (34%)...Made 50 appearances (48 starts) behind the plate for the Pirates...Was charged with four passed balls and made eight errors (five throwing and three fielding)...Played nine games during the Dominican Winter League and went 7-for-26 (.269) with three RBI for Escogido. 2004: Spent an injury-plagued season with Altoona, appearing in just 67 games...Made 25 appearances behind the plate and went 32-for-128 (.250) in 33 games as the designated hitter...Hit .289 (50-for-173) with nine home runs against right-handed pitchers and .167 (8-for-48) with one homer off lefties...Began season on the disabled list due to a bout with mononucleosis...Was activated from the D.L. on 4/26...Smacked first Double-A home run in his first left-handed at bat of the season on 4/28 at Norwich (game one)...Also homered the following day vs. Erie...Produced a season-high 13-game hitting streak from 5/6-19 (15-for-49, .306)...Reached base safely in 18 straight games from 5/6 thru 5/25 and in 26 of his 28 games from 5/6 thru 6/6...Made final appearance behind the plate on 6/2 at Bowie; was limited to pinch-hitting and DH duty from that point forward due to right elbow soreness....Was placed on D.L. with right elbow soreness on 7/27 and missed remainder of season. 2003: Spent entire season with Lynchburg (A)...Led Carolina League in doubles, ranked second in extra-base hits (50) and third in RBI...Ranked second on the club in RBI behind Walter Young (87)...Batted .398 (33-for-83) and produced 23 RBI in 20 games during the month of April...Made 86 appearances behind the plate and went 38-for-141 (.270) in 39 games as the designated hitter...Hit 10 of his 11 home runs off right-handed pitchers...Threw out 21 of the 85 baserunners attempting to steal against him (25%), committed nine errors and had a league-high 23 passed balls...Participated in the Arizona Fall League and hit .346 (9-for-26) with three doubles, two home runs and seven RBI in 10 games with the Mesa Desert Dogs. 2002: Spent entire season with Hickory (A), his second straight campaign interrupted by injury...Made 31 appearances behind the plate and went 45-for-140 (.321) in 36 games as the designated hitter...Threw out eight of the 38 baserunners attempting to steal against him (21%), had six passed balls and seven errors...Batted .355 (66-for-186) and hit each of his six home runs off righthanders...Knocked in five runs on 5/2 vs. Greensboro...Reached base safely in 15 straight contests from 5/27 thru 6/13...Hit grand slam and drove in six runs on 6/13 at Hagerstown...Suffered a broken index finger on his right hand on 6/27 vs. Kannapolis...Placed on the disabled list on 6/28 and underwent surgery on 7/2 (surgery performed by Dr. Mark Baratz in Pittsburgh). 2001: Spent majority of injury-riddled season with Hickory...Made 23 appearances at catcher and 16 as the designated hitter with the Crawdads...Threw out nine of the 32 baserunners attempting to steal against him (28%), had five passed balls and three errors while catching with Hickory...Went homerless in his first 21 games before hitting first roundtripper on 5/10 at Hagerstown...Placed on the disabled list on 5/14 with back spasms...Began rehab assignment with GCL Pirates on 7/5...Went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI on 7/28 vs. GCL Red Sox...Was reinstated from the disabled list on 8/3 and appeared in two games with Altoona...Went 0-for-1 with an RBI as a pinch hitter on 8/3 vs. Harrisburg and 1-for-3 with an RBI as a catcher on 8/5 vs. the Senators...Returned to Hickory on 8/6 and homered in his return to the Crawdads on 8/7 vs. Kannapolis...Actually reached base safely in 13 consecutive games with Hickory from 4/20 thru 8/10 (streak interrupted by three-month stint on DL)...Went hitless in his last five games (16 at bats). 2000: Spent entire season with Williamsport (A)...Was named to the New York-Penn League All-Star team and was selected to the Short-Season All-Star team by Baseball America...Finished 10th in the NY-Penn League in average...Made 46 appearances behind the plate and went 30-for-73 (.411) in 19 games as the designated hitter...Batted .433 (13-for-30) in his first eight games thru 6/28...Slugged first home run on 6/26 at Hudson Valley, but went next 59 games without a roundtripper...Hit .238 in July and .386 in August...Recorded consecutive four-hit games vs. Vermont on 7/27-28...Compiled a season-best 10-game hitting streak from 8/2-14 (18-for-40, .450)...Had five hits on 8/13 vs. Lowell...Batted .361 (17-for-47) with nine RBI in his final 12 games. 1999: Spent first professional season with GCL Pirates after being selected by Pittsburgh in 2nd round of 1999 June draft...Hit .423 (22-for-52) in 16 games as the designated hitter and .063 (2-for-32) in 13 games as a catcher...Went 6-for-31 (.194) in his first 13 professional games...Hit lone home run and drove in season-high three runs on 8/17 vs. the Orioles...Posted three consecutive multihit games from 8/19-21 (6-for-11)...Batted .333 (18-for-54) over his final 16 games...Hit .341 on the road and .220 at home. MISC: Switch hitter has hit 80 of his last 91 home runs off right-handed pitchers, including his time with the Pirates...Did not play first base in his pro career until doing so on 5/6/06...Recorded his two Major League sacrifice bunts on 5/21/06 and 6/12/05...Joins Dante Bichette as the only players to homer twice off Trevor Hoffman in the same season. PERSONAL: Ryan Matthew Doumit (pronounced “DOE-mitt)...Is a 1999 graduate of Moses Lake (WA) High School where he played baseball and football...Was named First-Team All-Conference, Second-Team All-America and All-State in baseball...Rated as the Pirates' #10 prospect and "Best Defensive Catcher" by Baseball America prior to the 2004 season...Signed by Pirate scout James House...Contributed $25,000 to Pirates Charities “Fields for Kids” program in 2009.

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YEAR CLUB
1999 GCL Pirates 2000 Williamsport 2001 Hickory GCL Pirates (#) Altoona 2002 Hickory 2003 Lynchburg 2004 Altoona 2005 Indianapolis Pittsburgh 2006 Pittsburgh Indianapolis (#) GCL Pirates (#) Altoona (#) 2007 Pittsburgh Indianapolis 2008 Pittsburgh Altoona (#) 2009 Pittsburgh GCL Pirates (#) Indianapolis (#) 2010 Pittsburgh Indianapolis (#) Minor League Totals Major League Totals

AVG
.282 .313 .270 .235 .250 .322 .275 .262 .345 .255 .208 .318 .000 .333 .274 .415 .318 .429 .250 .000 .118 .251 .167 .292 .268

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R

H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB
24 5 77 15 40 6 4 2 1 0 83 14 126 *38 58 20 57 11 59 13 31 9 7 1 0 0 5 3 69 19 22 4 137 34 3 0 70 16 0 0 2 0 102 22 2 1 511 120 468 113 0 5 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 8 4 1 7 2 40 2 14 0 3 0 2 6 47 11 77 10 34 12 35 6 35 6 17 0 7 0 0 0 4 9 32 4 20 15 69 0 0 10 38 0 0 0 0 13 45 1 2 49 292 59 236 0 1 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 0 8 1 4 0 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 5 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 30 2 13

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E

29 85 17 66 246 25 39 148 14 7 17 2 2 4 0 68 258 46 127 458 75 67 221 31 51 165 41 75 231 25 61 149 15 6 22 3 5 14 1 4 15 4 83 252 33 16 53 15 116 431 71 3 7 0 75 280 31 2 7 0 5 17 1 124 406 42 4 12 2 501 1749 277 534 1749 217

4 15 14 4 23 33 4 10 32 0 2 0 0 1 1 8 18 40 13 45 79 8 21 49 5 16 36 13 11 48 11 15 42 0 2 4 1 1 4 2 0 1 4 22 59 3 8 12 6 23 55 0 0 2 1 20 49 0 1 2 0 1 3 8 41 87 0 1 2 52 165 314 43 132 340

4 2 2 2 2 6 2 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 5 7 4 0 9 0 1 3 1 3 4 2 1 8 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 2 0 2 2 8 0 0 0 4 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 19 16 36 10 5 39

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League Selected by Pittsburgh in 1999 First-Year Player Draft (2nd round).

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
CATCHER 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CAREER PCT G GS .975 50 48 .987 11 10 .987 28 28 .988 106 103 .987 71 70 .990 100 91 .986 366 350 PO 286 66 149 596 418 533 2048 A 30 12 7 59 53 55 216 E 8 1 2 8 6 6 31 TC DP TP PB 324 1 0 4 79 0 0 2 158 2 0 5 663 8 0 9 477 9 0 2 594 3 0 9 2295 23 0 31

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RIGHT FIELD 2005 2007 2009 2010 CAREER

POST-SEASON

PCT G GS PO ---- 3 3 0 .985 38 33 62 1.000 1 1 2 .929 18 17 38 .964 60 54 102

A 0 5 0 1 6

E TC DP TP 0 0 0 0 1 68 2 0 0 2 0 0 3 42 0 0 4 112 2 0

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
FIRST BASE PCT G GS PO A 2006 .987 28 27 213 12 2007 1.000 3 2 12 0 2008 1.000 1 0 1 0 2010 .962 3 3 23 2 CAREER .985 35 32 249 14

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MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
June 5, 2005 vs. Atlanta

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
DATE PITCHER
June 7, 2005 vs. BAL ..........Hayden Penn - 2B

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HR
DATE
July 19, 2005 vs. HOU ............Ezequiel Astacio

AFFILIATES

PINCH HIT HOMERS (3)
DATE PITCHER DATE
May 18, 2007 vs. ARI ......................Tony Pena July 14, 2007 at ATL ................Rafael Soriano April 28, 2010 at MIL ..............Trevor Hoffman

GRAND SLAMS (2)
PITCHER
April 11, 2009 at CIN ..................Mike Lincoln April 27, 2010 at MIL ..............Trevor Hoffman

WALKOFF HOMERS (1)
DATE PITCHER
May 23, 2010 vs. ATL ................Takashi Saito

D0UMIT HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 2 HR (4 times), last on 7/22/09 vs. Milwaukee. MOST HITS/GAME: 4 hits (5 times), last on 9/30/09 at Chicago (NL) - game two. MOST RBI/GAME: 4 RBI (5 times), last on 6/5/10 vs. San Francisco. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 10 games Career: 11 games (2007).
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AGE: 29 BORN: 10/6/81 in Des Moines, IA RESIDES: Frisco, TX HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-4/245 BATS/THROWS: R/R

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M.L. SERVICE: 3 years, 65 days OBTAINED: From Washington, 6/30/09, along with outfielder Lastings Milledge in deal for outfielder Nyjer Morgan and pitcher Sean Burnett

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Participated in 2009 World Baseball Classic (United States). 2003 Southern League All-Star (mid-season). 2003 Baseball America Double-A All-Star team. 2003 Right-handed pitcher on Topps Double-A All-Star team. 2002 Florida State League All-Star (mid-season).

2010 SEASON: Established a career high in appearances and strikeouts while spending first full season in Pittsburgh organization...Ranked fourth among all Major League relief pitchers in strikeouts, trailing only Chicago’s Carlos Marmol (138), Washington’s Tyler Clippard (112) and Atlanta’s Billy Wagner (104)...Became first Pittsburgh reliever with 100 K’s since Don Robinson whiffed 101 in 1984...Ranked second on Bucco staff in strikeouts behind Paul Maholm (102)...Began season on 15-day disabled list due to a right elbow flexor muscle strain...Made two rehab appearances with Bradenton in the Florida State League and tossed 2.0 scoreless innings (3 K’s)...Was recalled from rehab and reinstated from 15-day D.L. on 4/12...Did not allow a run in his first two outings and was scored upon once in his four outings (3.0ip/1er)...Was charged with six runs in 1.0ip during Pittsburgh’s 20-0 loss to Milwaukee on 4/22...Struck out all three Milwaukee batters he faced at Miller Park on 4/26...Made three straight scoreless appearances (2.1ip) before giving up solo homer to Andre Ethier in 1.0ip at Dodger Stadium on 5/2...Made nine straight scoreless appearances (8.2ip/13 K’s) from 5/4-19...Suffered first of four blown saves, Hanrahan rolls a strike at the annual Bowling with the Bucs event. but picked up first win on 5/25 at Cincinnati...Suffered lone loss on 5/20 at Atlanta...Was scored upon just once in 15 games from 6/1 thru 7/7 (15.0ip/2er - 1.20 ERA), dropping ERA from 5.66 to 3.79...Pitched a season-high 2.0 innings on 6/12 at Detroit...Was scored upon in back-to-back games on 7/9 and 7/11, suffering second blown save on 7/11 at Milwaukee...Did not surrender a run in his first eight games following the All-Star break (8.0ip), lowering his season ERA to 3.35...Earned first save on 8/3 vs. Cincinnati...Entered game with 5-2 lead, but surrendered a three-run homer to Colorado’s Ian Stewart in 9th inning on 8/7 and suffered third blown save...Was scored upon just once in his next 12 games (11.1ip/1er) and posted a 2.33 ERA (19.1ip/5er) and 29 strikeouts in his final 20 appearances, dating back to 8/12...Earned last save on 9/25 vs. Houston...Went 6-for-10 in his save situations and allowed three of his nine inherited runners to score...Pitched more than 1.0ip just four times. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Posted a 1.72 ERA (31.1ip/6er) and struck out 37 batters in his 33 games with Pittsburgh after being acquired in a trade with Washington on 6/30...Went 1-4 with five saves and a 4.78 ERA (64.0ip/34er) in 67 combined games with the two clubs...Also whiffed 72 batters and averaged 10.1 strikeouts/per 9.0ip - the 10th-best mark among N.L. relievers with at least 60.0ip...Posted a 0.93 ERA (32.1ip/3er) in final 30 games with Pittsburgh, beginning on 7/12 - the fourth-lowest ERA among Major League relief pitchers with at least 25.0ip in that time...Served as the closer for Team USA in the World Baseball Classic, where he posted a 1.80 ERA (5.0ip/1er) in six games during the tournament...Began regular season with Washington...Earned first two saves with Nationals in back-to-back outings on 4/20-21 vs. Atlanta...Was acquired by Pittsburgh on 6/30 and reported to the club on 7/1...Made debut with Pirates on 7/1 vs. Chicago and pitched a scoreless inning (1 K)...Gave up three hits, one walk and two runs in 1.0ip on 7/3 at Florida...Was also scored upon in next outing on 7/7 at Houston (0.1ip/1er) before making seven straight scoreless appearances from 7/12-28 (6.2ip)...Was credited with win for Washington from suspended game of 5/5 while spending off day with Pirates in Philadelphia on 7/9...Tossed season-high 2.1 scoreless innings (3 K’s) on 7/22 vs. Milwaukee...Lined out in first and only plate appearance with Bucs on 7/22...Made 15 straight outings without allowing an earned run from 8/19 thru the end of the season (15.2ip)...Gave up three unearned runs in 0.1ip on 9/11 at Houston...Pitched 2.0 scoreless innings on 9/15 at Los Angeles and did not pitch again until 9/27 due to a tender elbow...Pitched a perfect inning on 9/27 vs. Los Angeles and a scoreless frame in final outing on 10/2 at Cincinnati...Did not give up a home run while pitching with Pittsburgh. 2008: Spent first full season in the Major Leagues with Washington and pitched exclusively in relief for the first time in his professional career...Ranked second among National League relief pitchers in strikeouts and third in innings pitched...Issued a total of 42 walks, which ranked second among National League relievers...Led Nationals bullpen with
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CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV Great Falls 3-1 4.75 12 11 0 0 0 Wilmington 9-11 3.38 27 26 0 0 0 Vero Beach 10-6 4.20 25 25 2 1 0 Jacksonville 1-1 10.64 3 3 0 0 0 2003 Jacksonville 10-4 *2.43 23 23 1 0 0 Las Vegas 1-2 10.08 5 5 0 0 0 2004 Las Vegas 7-7 5.05 25 22 0 0 0 2005 Vero Beach 1-0 5.91 5 5 0 0 0 Jacksonville 9-8 4.92 23 21 0 0 0 2006 Jacksonville 7-2 2.58 12 12 0 0 0 Las Vegas (1) 4-3 4.48 14 14 0 0 0 2007 Washington 5-3 6.00 12 11 0 0 0 Columbus 5-4 3.70 15 15 0 0 0 2008 Washington 6-3 3.95 69 0 0 0 9 2009 Washington (2) 1-3 7.71 34 0 0 0 5 Pittsburgh 0-1 1.72 33 0 0 0 0 2010 Bradenton (#) 0-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 Pittsburgh 4-1 3.62 72 0 0 0 6 Minor League Totals 67-49 4.18 191 182 3 1 0 Major League Totals 16-11 4.45 220 11 0 0 20 YEAR 2000 2001 2002 IP 55.0 144.0 143.0 11.0 133.0 25.0 119.0 21.0 111.0 66.0 74.0 51.0 75.0 84.1 32.2 31.1 2.0 69.2 982.1 269.0 H R ER 49 32 29 136 71 54 129 74 67 15 14 13 117 44 36 36 28 28 128 78 67 25 15 14 118 71 61 49 19 19 70 47 37 59 35 34 65 36 31 73 40 37 50 28 28 23 12 6 0 0 0 58 28 28 937 529 456 263 143 133 HR 4 13 11 2 5 2 22 5 17 4 7 9 10 9 3 0 0 6 102 27 HP 5 11 11 0 7 2 7 0 1 3 3 0 4 1 2 1 0 4 54 8 BB SO WP BK 23 40 4 0 55 116 8 1 51*139 7 1 7 10 0 0 53 130 4 0 20 13 2 0 75 97 9 0 11 25 2 0 55 102 9 0 38 67 7 0 39 46 3 0 38 43 3 0 36 71 2 0 42 93 6 0 14 35 6 1 20 37 5 0 0 3 0 0 26 100 5 0 463 859 57 2 140 308 25 1

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League Selected by Los Angeles (NL) in 2000 First-Year Player Draft (2nd round). (1)Granted free agency on 10/15/06...Signed by Washington as a free agent on 11/1/06. (2)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Washington, 6/30/09, along with outfielder Lastings Milledge in deal for outfielder Nyjer Morgan and pitcher Sean Burnett.

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
July 28, 2007 at New York (NL)

HITTING TOTALS
YEAR 2007 2008 2009 AVG .286 .000 .000 AB 14 2 1 17 H 4 0 0 4 HR 0 0 0 0 RBI 3 0 0 3

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FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
August 4, 2007 vs. St. Louis

CAREER .235

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE SAVE
August 3, 2008 vs. Cincinnati

FIRST M.L. HIT: 7/28/07 (Mike Pelfrey - 3B) FIRST M.L. RBI: 8/4/07 AB SINCE LAST HIT: 4

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
PITCHER PCT G GS PO A 2007 1.000 12 11 2 3 2008 .818 69 0 4 5 2009 .909 67 0 6 4 2010 1.000 72 0 5 5 CAREER .919 220 11 17 17 E 0 2 1 0 3 TC DP TP 5 0 0 11 0 0 11 1 0 10 0 0 37 1 0

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MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 8 K’s, 8/16/07 vs. Philadelphia...Reliever: 4 K’s (twice), 8/31/09 at Cincinnati & 8/8/09 vs. St. Louis. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 6.0 IP (twice), 9/1/07 vs. San Francisco & 7/28/07 at New York (NL)...Reliever: 2.2 IP (twice), 5/21/08 vs. Philadelphia & 5/10/08 vs. Florida. MOST WALKS: Starter: 6 BB, 9/12/07 at Florida...Reliever: 5 BB, 5/7/08 at Houston. MOST CONSECUTIVE SAVES (without a blown save): 4 (8/21/08 to 8/29/08). LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 5 games (5/30 to 7/5/08). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 3 games (5/20 to 8/5/09).
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M.L. SERVICE: 1 year, 33 days OBTAINED: From Chicago (NL), 7/30/09, along with pitcher Jose Ascanio and infielder Josh Harrison in deal for pitchers John Grabow and Tom Gorzelanny

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AGE: 28 BORN: 12/29/82 in Cleveland, OH RESIDES: Frisco, TX HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-4/229 BATS/THROWS: R/R

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2007 Chicago (NL) Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year.

2010 SEASON: Was limited to five games (four starts) with Triple-A Indianapolis before having season-ending surgery on 5/4...Pitched 3.0 scoreless innings while making lone relief appearance on 4/14 at Louisville and earned a save...Gave up one run in 5.0ip and won his start vs. Louisville on 4/23...Gave up eight runs (seven earned) in 2.0 innings while making final start on 4/28 at Pawtucket...Underwent surgery on 5/4 to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder; the procedure was performed by Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, AL. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Began season with the Cubs organization, where he was tabbed by Baseball America as the organization’s sixth-best prospect...Began season with Iowa (Cubs’ AAA), where he made 16 of his 22 appearances from the bullpen...Went 3-0 with a 1.41 ERA (32.0ip/5er) in six starts and 0-3 with three saves and a 5.75 ERA (20.1ip/13er) in relief...Averaged 9.8 strikeouts per 9.0 innings pitched with Iowa...Picked up first save on 4/12 at Round Rock...Suffered first loss after being charged with a season-high five runs in 0.1ip on 4/15 at Albuquerque...Struck out five of the nine batters he faced but suffered second loss on 5/9 vs. Memphis...Earned a save in final relief appearance after tossing 3.0 scoreless innings on 5/18 at Salt Lake...Allowed one run in 4.0 innings, but received a no-decision in first start on 5/22 vs. Fresno...Picked up first of three straight wins on 6/5 at Nashville...Worked a season-high 7.0 innings and allowed two runs while beating Omaha on 6/11...Picked up victory in final appearance with Iowa after limiting Oklahoma City to one earned run in 6.0 innings on 6/16...Was recalled by the Cubs on 6/21 and made each of his first four appearances in relief...Did not allow a run in first two appearances (2.2ip) before surrendering a solo homer to Jermaine Dye at U.S. Cellular Field on 6/28...Tossed 2.0 scoreless innings in fourth and final relief appearance on 7/4 vs. Milwaukee...Was charged with one run in 5.0 innings but took the loss in first Major League start on 7/8 vs. Atlanta (made each of his previous 33 appearances in relief)...Was charged with two or fewer earned runs in three of his four starts...Was optioned to Iowa on 7/8 and transferred to Class-A Peoria on 7/12 during the MLB and Triple-A All-Star breaks...Made one start on 7/13 vs. Fort Wayne before being recalled by Chicago on 7/19...Held Washington to a pair of runs in 5.0ip and picked up first win as a starter on 7/19 at Nationals Park...Picked up second win after being charged with one run in 6.0 innings on 7/25 vs. Cincinnati...Beat Houston’s Russ Ortiz on 7/30 at Wrigley Field before being acquired by Pittsburgh following the game in a five-player trade...Received a no-decision in first start with Pirates on 8/6 vs. Arizona (6.0ip/3er); left game with 5-3 lead before bullpen blew it...Won first game with Bucs on 8/17 vs. Milwaukee (6.0ip/4er)...Lost back-to-back starts on 8/23 vs. Cincinnati (5.0ip/3er) and 8/29 at Milwaukee (6.0ip/5r/4er)...Took the mound in the 6th inning with a 6-5 lead, but suffered fourth loss with Pirates on 9/4 vs. St. Louis (5.2ip/7r/5er)...Lost fourth straight decision on 9/9 vs. Chicago (5.0ip/4er)...Surrendered a two-run homer to Matt Kemp at Los Angeles on 9/16 and lost a 3-1 decision (6.0ip/2er)...Lost sixth straight decision on 9/23 vs. Cincinnati (4.1ip/8er)...Suffered seventh straight loss in final start on 9/29 at Chicago (4.0ip/6r/3er)...Went 4-9 with a 5.44 ERA (81.0ip/49er) in 18 games (14 starts) between the Cubs and Pirates...The Pirates went 1-9 in his 10 starts...Went 4-for-25 (.160) with three walks and two RBI as a batter with the two clubs. 2008: Was a member of Chicago’s Opening Day roster and went on to have four different stints with the Cubs...Surrendered two home runs in his 21 appearances with Chicago...Tossed 2.0 or more innings on five occasions...Picked up first career win on 4/5 vs. Houston after tossing 1.2 scoreless innings and stranding his one inherited runner...Recorded second win in three outings on 4/9 in Pittsburgh despite allowing two runs in 2.0 innings (the Cubs won the game 6-4 in 15 innings)...Had a 2-1 record and 5.06 ERA (16.0ip/9er) in 10 relief appearances before being optioned to Iowa on 5/1...Was recalled by the Cubs on 6/3...Allowed four runs in two games before being optioned back to Iowa on 6/12...Was transferred on 6/14 to Double-A Tennessee, where he made one start before being transferred back to Iowa the following day...Was placed on the disabled list on 6/19 after being struck in the head by a line drive off the bat of Raul Casanova in the third inning on 6/18 (was diagnosed with a grade one concussion)...Was recalled by the Cubs on 7/11 and made two relief appearances before being optioned back to Iowa on 7/23...Went 2-0 with a 1.35 ERA (13.1ip/2er) in 13 relief outings while also picking up five saves in August...Was recalled by the Cubs for the remainder of the season on 9/3...Went 0-1 with a 3.24 ERA (8.1ip/3er) in seven big league appearances in September. 2007: Was named the Cubs Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year after going 12-6 with a 3.99 ERA (158.0ip/70er), 131 strikeouts and 50 walks in 27 combined games (25 starts) between Tennessee and Iowa...Went 10-1 with a 2.80 ERA (106.0ip/33er) and 86 strikeouts in his last 17 minor league games (16 starts)...Had contract selected by the Cubs on 9/4...Made Major League debut that night vs. Los Angeles (entered the game with the bases loaded and no outs in the eighth inning; walked the first batter he faced before stranding his other two runners and tossing 2.0 scoreless innings)...Posted a 0.82 ERA (11.0ip/1er) in September, which ranked fifth among National League rookies. 2006: Spent entire season with Single-A Frederick during final season in the Baltimore organization...Finished tied for fourth in the Carolina League in strikeouts...Also ranked tied for first in innings pitched, tied for first in home runs allowed and second in walks...Started all but one game for Frederick (tossed 1.0 scoreless inning during final appearance on 9/4).
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2005: Spent entire season with Single-A Delmarva of the South Atlantic League...Ranked second in the league in strikeouts...Went 3-1 with a 2.54 ERA in his first nine starts...Struck out eight or more batters on eight occasions, including a season-high 10 batters on 5/21 at West Virginia. 2004: Began professional career with Single-A Aberdeen after being selected by the Orioles in the 11th round of the First-Year Player Draft...Tossed a perfect inning in his professional debut on 7/29...Picked up wins in each of his next two outings...Was promoted to Delmarva on 8/20...Won his first two games with the Shorebirds after allowing one run and striking out 11 in a combined 8.0 innings of work. MISC: Made each of his first 33 big league appearances in relief before making first start on 7/8/09 vs. Atlanta. PERSONAL: Kevin Richard Hart...Wife’s name is Bethany...Is a 2001 graduate of Jesuit College Prep in Dallas, TX...Pitched two seasons (2002-03) at Navarro J.C. and one year (2004) at Maryland, where he was named First Team All-ACC at first base.

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YEAR CLUB W-L 2004 Aberdeen 3-0 Delmarva 2-0 2005 Delmarva 9-8 2006 Frederick (1) 6-11 t 2007 Tennessee 8-5 Iowa 4-1 Chicago - NL 0-0 2008 Chicago - NL 2-2 Iowa 4-2 Tennessee 0-0 2009 Iowa 3-3 Peoria 0-0 Chicago - NL (2) 3-1 Pittsburgh 1-8 2010 Indianapolis 1-0 Minor League Totals 40-30 Major League Totals 6-11 ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP 3.77 9 0 0 0 1 14.1 3.77 4 2 0 0 0 14.1 4.55 28 *28 0 0 0 152.1 4.61 28 27 0 0 0 t 148.1 4.24 18 17 0 0 0 102.0 3.54 9 8 1 0 0 56.0 0.82 8 0 0 0 0 11.0 6.51 21 0 0 0 0 27.2 2.81 26 10 0 0 5 57.2 3.00 1 1 0 0 0 3.0 3.10 22 6 0 0 3 52.1 4.50 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 2.60 8 4 0 0 0 27.2 6.92 10 10 0 0 0 53.1 6.75 5 4 0 0 1 17.1 4.15 151 104 1 0 10 621.2 5.26 47 14 0 0 0 119.2 H R 10 7 13 6 170 101 149 97 100 59 56 23 7 1 39 24 38 19 2 1 39 20 3 2 23 8 74 47 18 14 598 349 143 80 ER 6 6 77 76 48 22 1 20 18 1 18 2 8 41 13 287 70 HR HP BB SO WP BK 0 1 5 16 2 1 0 1 5 16 1 0 9 12 54 164 14 3 t 18 10 65 122 11 0 13 5 27 92 11 1 6 1 23 39 6 0 0 0 4 13 0 0 2 3 18 23 1 0 3 4 20 63 3 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 5 5 20 57 3 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 3 2 18 13 0 0 8 2 26 39 4 0 1 1 11 19 4 0 56 40 235 594 55 7 13 7 66 88 5 0

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(*)Led League (t)Tied for League Lead Selected by Baltimore in 2004 First-Year Player Draft (11th round). (1)Acquired by Chicago (NL) from Baltimore, 12/6/06, in deal for outfielder Freddie Bynum. (2)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Chicago (NL), 7/30/09, along with pitcher Jose Ascanio and infielder Josh Harrison, in deal for pitchers John Grabow and Tom Gorzelanny.

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
PITCHER PCT G GS PO A E 2007 1.000 8 0 0 1 0 2008 1.000 21 0 6 4 0 2009 .960 18 14 12 12 1 CAREER .972 47 14 18 17 1 TC DP TP 1 0 0 10 1 0 25 2 0 36 3 0
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AVG .000 .160 AB 5 25 30 H 0 4 4 HR 0 0 0 RBI 0 2 2

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CAREER .133

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
September 4, 2007 vs. Los Angeles (NL)

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
April 5, 2008 vs. Houston

FIRST M.L. HIT: 7/19/09 (Garrett Mock - 1B) FIRST M.L. RBI: 7/19/09 AB SINCE LAST HIT: 11

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MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 3 K’s (3 times), 9/29/09 at Chicago (NL), 9/16/09 at Los Angeles (NL) & 8/6/09 vs. Arizona. Reliever: 3 K’s, (3 times), 9/19/08 vs. St. Louis, 9/21/07 vs. Pittsburgh & 9/4/07 vs. Los Angeles (NL). MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 6.0 IP (6 times), last on 9/16/09 at Los Angeles (NL)...Reliever: 2.2 IP, 4/12/08 at Philadelphia. MOST WALKS: Starter: 6 BB, 9/9/09 vs. Chicago (NL)...Reliever: 3 BB, 7/22/08 at Arizona. LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 3 games (7/19 to 7/30/09). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 7 games (8/23 to 9/29/09).
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M.L. SERVICE: None OBTAINED: From Atlanta, 6/3/09, along with pitchers Charlie Morton and Jeff Locke, in deal for outfielder Nate McLouth

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AGE: 23 (turns 24 on September 7) BORN: 9/7/87 in Guiria, Venezuela RESIDES: El Tejero, Venezuela HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-0/186 BATS/THROWS: R/R

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Particiapted in 2010 MLB Futures Game in Anaheim. Participated in 2008 MLB Futures Game in New York (AL). Participated in 2007 MLB Futures Game in San Francisco. 2007 Midwest League Most Valuable Player. 2007 Midwest League All-Star (mid-season and post-season). 2006 Gulf Coast League All-Star (post-season).

2010 SEASON: Had Double-A season cut short after suffering a fractured right ring finger while attempting to bunt on 7/25 vs. Trenton...Participated in MLB Futures Game for third time in his career...Made all 92 defensive appearances with Altoona in center field and made five errors...Hit first home run on 6/4 at New Hampshire...Went deep a second and final time on 6/17 at Trenton...Batted .403 (29-for-72) during a season-high 16-game hitting streak from 6/27 thru 7/17; the fourth-longest streak in club history...Reached base safely in 18 straight games from 6/25 thru 7/17...Was hitting .325 thru his first 20 games in July before suffering broken finger on 7/25...Changed uniform number on 5/28 from 43 to 18 and went on to hit .307 (62-for-202) the rest of the way after hitting .217 in his first 42 games. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Was ranked by Baseball America as Atlanta’s fourth-best prospect prior to the season...Hit .282 (157-for-556) with 25 doubles, four triples, three home runs, 50 RBI and 19 stolen bases in minor league career-high 138 games between Mississippi (Braves’ AA) and Altoona...Also established career highs in hits and at bats...Tied career highs in doubles and RBI...Began season with Mississippi...Had four hits and two stolen bases in sixth game on 4/14 at Huntsville...Reached base safely in 24 consecutive games from 4/13 thru 5/9...Produced a 10-game hitting streak from 4/18-28 (13-for-41, .317)...Was acquired by Pittsburgh as part of a four-player deal on 6/3 and was assigned to Altoona...Hit safely in his first two games with the Curve, but then went 2-for-27 in his next eight games and was hitting .111 (4-for-36) after his first 10 games with the Curve...Went 17-for-41 (.415) in his next 12 games to raise average to .273 following the action on 6/28...Hit first home run on 7/2 at Reading...Homered again on 7/9 vs. Erie...Hit safely in nine of his 10 games from 7/16-26, going 15-for-40 (.375) and raising average from .237 to .268...Went hitless in his next six games (22 at bats) before hitting safely in seven straight (12-for-32, .375)...Hit third and final home run on 8/20 at Harrisburg...Finished season with an 11-game hitting streak and hit safely in 19 of his last 20 games (27-for-89, .303)...Recorded eight outfield assists while playing 84 games in center field for Altoona...Participated in the Venezuelan Winter League and batted .245 (25-for-102) with a homer and nine RBI in 33 games with Caribes de Anzoategui. 2008: Spent entire season with Myrtle Beach (Braves’ A)...Established career high in triples and tied career high in home runs...Participated in the MLB Futures Game at Yankee Stadium and went 0-for-4 in the contest...Reached base safely in 30 of his first 32 games with Myrtle Beach thru 6/13...Had a 15-game hitting streak from 4/21 thru 6/13 (22-for-70, .314)...Hit first home run on 4/17 and then homered again two days later...Batted .309 with five triples and five stolen bases in 19 games in April and was named the club’s Player-of-the-Month...Missed a little more than a month of action (4/24 thru 5/28) due to a strained right hamstring...Had seasonhigh four hits, including a home run, on 6/17 at Salem...Hit .318 (34-for-107) with 12 RBI in 24 games during the month of June...Hit .320 (56-for-175) prior to the Carolina League All-Star Game and .221 (51-for-231) after the break...Hit final home run on 7/31...Had season-high five RBI on 8/8 at Lynchburg...Played with Caribes during the Venezuelan Winter League and batted .216 (19-for-88) with a homer, 11 RBI and 15 runs scored in 47 games. 2007: Spent last season in Detroit organization with West Michigan...Was named Midwest League Most Valuable Player and was named to league’s mid-season and post-season All-Star teams...Led circuit in stolen bases...Also ranked second in the league in runs scored and sixth in batting...Participated in the MLB Futures Game in San Francisco; went 0-for-1 with a walk while pinch hitting and playing center field...Established minor league career high in doubles and RBI...Swiped two bases in a game 11 times...Hit .333 (23-for-69) with 10 RBI and 11 runs scored in 18 games during the month of April...Hit first home run on 5/14...Reached base safely in 11 straight games from 6/1-12, which included a seven-game hitting streak from 6/8-12 (11-for-30, .367)...Tripled, homered and knocked in four runs on 7/4 at Fort Worth...Homered again the following game...Hit safely in season-high 10 straight games from 8/2-13 (15-for-44, .341)...Fell a homer shy of hitting for the cycle while collecting season-high four hits on 8/16...Batted .312 (34-for-109) and led Midwest League with 29 runs scored during the month of August...Played winter ball in Venezuela and batted .157 (8-for-51) with two RBI, four stolen bases and six runs scored in 27 games with Caribes. 2006: Spent first season playing in the United States with the Gulf Coast League Tigers...Led the league in hitting, at bats, runs and hits...Ranked second in total bases (95) and stolen bases...Was named to the GCL post-season All-Star team...Began season with a seven-game hitting streak (11-for-26, .423) and reached base safely in each of his first 14 games thru 7/6...Produced a .429 batting average, a .589 slugging percentage and a 1.030 OPS in his first 14 games, going 24-for-56 with three doubles, two home runs and two walks...Batted .324 (33-for-102) and scored 22 runs in 25 games during the month of July...Homered twice and hit .304 (21-for-69) in 16 games in August.
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2005: Was signed by Tigers as a non-drafted free agent on 4/30...Played entire season with Detroit’s entry in the Dominican Summer League...Led club in runs scored...Ranked third in hits and third in total bases (78). PERSONAL: Gorkys Gustavo Hernandez (first name pronounced ‘GORE-keys”)...Entered the 2010 season ranked by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s 10th-best prospect...Also recognized by Baseball America as the “Best Defensive Outfielder” in the Pirates minor league system the past two seasons...Was rated by same publication as Atlanta’s fifth-best prospect prior to the 2008 season and as the “Fastest Baserunner” in the Atlanta farm system following the 2008 season.

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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS E

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

DSL Tigers .265 63 211 44 GCL Tigers *.327 50 *205 *41 West Michigan (1) .293 124 481 84 Myrtle Beach .264 100 406 75 Mississippi (2) .316 52 212 33 Altoona .262 86 344 45 2010 Altoona .266 92 368 45 Minor League Totals .281 567 2227 498

56 10 0 4 19 3 2 9 30 38 10 10 *67 9 2 5 23 1 1 0 10 27 20 4 141 25 5 4 50 4 7 5 36 69 *54 11 107 23 6 5 42 4 3 6 48 79 20 4 67 11 2 0 19 1 0 0 15 54 10 8 90 14 2 3 31 2 2 2 24 76 9 8 98 11 4 2 26 6 2 5 33 95 17 3 626 103 21 23 210 21 17 27 196 438 140 48

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(*)Led League Signed by Detroit as a non-drafted free agent on 4/30/05. (1)Acquired by Atlanta from Detroit, 10/29/07, along with pitcher Jair Jurrjens, in deal for infielder Edgar Renteria. (2)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Atlanta, 6/3/09, along with pitchers Charlie Morton and Jeff Locke, in deal for outfielder Nate McLouth.

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GRAND SLAM INFORMATION
The Pirates have hit a total of 253 grand slams in their 124-year history. Of that total, here are some interesting facts:

PINCH HIT GRAND SLAMS (14) Player Date and Opponent Inning Jim Russell August 20, 1944 vs. Brooklyn 7th Ralph Kiner September 11, 1948 at Chicago 8th Jack Phillips July 8, 1950 vs. St. Louis 9th Jerry May June 8, 1969 at Atlanta (game 1) 7th Willie Stargell July 3, 1973 at St. Louis (game 2) 9th Dave Parker September 8, 1974 vs. Montreal 8th John Milner August 5, 1979 vs. Philadelphia (game 1)9th John Milner August 15, 1982 vs. St. Louis (game 1) 7th Mike Easler September 3, 1983 at Atlanta 7th Richie Hebner September 15, 1983 vs. Chicago 8th Curtis Wilkerson September 19, 1991 vs. St. Louis 9th Mike Kingery July 23, 1996 vs. Montreal 6th Kevin Young August 31, 1999 at Colorado 9th Craig Wilson July 17, 2003 vs. Milwaukee 5th

GRAND SLAMS BY PITCHERS Pitcher Date Deacon Phillippe July 22, 1910 Al McBean July 28, 1968 Bruce Kison August 26, 1979 Enrique Romo October 1, 1980 Don Robinson September 12, 1985 Denny Neagle June 27, 1995

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GRAND SLAMS ON BIRTHDAYS Player Age Date Frank Thomas 29 6/11/58 Bill Mazeroski 30 9/5/69 (GM 1) R.J. Reynolds 27 4/19/86

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JASon JARAMIllo
M.L. SERVICE: 1 year, 138 days OBTAINED: From Philadelphia, 12/10/08, in deal for catcher Ronny Paulino

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AGE: 28 BORN: 10/9/82 in Racine, WI RESIDES: Franksville, WI HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-0/217 BATS/THROWS: S/R

AWARDS & HONORS:

2008 International League All-Star (mid-season). 2007 International League All-Star (mid-season). Member of Team USA in 2007 World Cup played in Taiwan (won gold medal). 2005 South Atlantic League All-Star (mid-season).

2010 SEASON: Split season between Pittsburgh and Triple-A Indianapolis...Began season in the big leagues; made first appearance on 4/8 vs. Los Angeles and grounded out as a pinch hitter...Made first start on 4/11 at Arizona and went 1-for-4...Went 2-for-3 with a three-run double while making second start on 4/18 vs. Cincinnati...Connected off lefty Wandy Rodriguez for lone home run with Pittsburgh while making third start on 4/24 at Houston...Tied career high (third time) with three hits on 5/8 vs. St. Louis...Went 1-for-22 in his next eight games before banging out two hits on 6/10 at Washington...Went 1-for-16 in his next five games thru 7/8...Was optioned to Indianapolis on 7/12...Had two hits and two RBI in second game with Indy on 7/17 and hit safely in four straight games from 7/17-21 (6-for13)...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 7/22 and went 1-for-14 before being optioned back to Indy on 8/2...Hit lone home run with Indianapolis on 8/13 vs. Syracuse...Hit safely in season-high six straight games from 8/9-19 (8-for23, .348) and was batting .304 following the action on 8/19...Went 7-for-42 (.167) in his last 12 Triple-A games...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 9/7 and Jaramillo took part in a shopping trip with fans in 2010 appeared in five games in September...Started the final game of the season on 10/3 at Florida and went 1-for-3...Went 6-for-62 (.097) in his last 32 games with the Pirates after going 3-for-4 on 5/8...Made 25 starts behind the plate for the Pirates and threw out six of the 22 runners attempting to steal against him (27%)...Also committed three errors (two fielding/one throwing) and had one passed ball. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009 SEASON: Spent first full season in the Majors with Pittsburgh...Made 62 appearances behind the plate (58 starts)...Threw out 10 of the 41 baserunners attempting to steal against him (24%)...Also had the club’s lone pickoff by a catcher (St. Louis’ Yadier Molina at first base on 8/9)...Committed four errors (all throwing) and had four passed balls...Was the club’s primary catcher during the two-plus months that Ryan Doumit spent on the D.L. (4/21 to 7/9)...Hit .260 (52-for-200) with 14 doubles, three home runs and 26 RBI in his 58 starts...Made Major League debut as the starting catcher in team game #9 on 4/16 vs. Houston...Singled off Russ Ortiz in second at bat for first big league hit...Went 2-for-4 on 4/20 vs. Florida and picked up first Major League RBI and extra-base hit on 4/21...Made five consecutive starts from 4/20-25 and went 7-for-18 with four doubles and an RBI...Swiped first and only Major League base on 4/24 at San Diego...Played in front of about 20 family members and friends on 4/27 at Milwaukee (is from Racine, WI)...Had a two-run double on 4/28 at Milwaukee...Reached base safely in 10 straight games from 5/4-25...Had first career three-hit game on 5/25 at Chicago (NL)...Connected off New York’s Johan Santana for first Major League home run on 6/3 at PNC Park...Had career-high four RBI on 6/4 vs. New York...Made seven straight starts between 6/1-8 and went 8-for-27 (.296) with a homer and eight RBI...Hit safely in career-high six straight games from 6/6-13...Hit second home run on 6/24 vs. Cleveland and his third homer on 6/26 vs. Kansas City...Had lone sacrifice bunt on 6/25 vs. Cleveland...Went 6-for-38 (.158) in final 11 games of the first half (starting on 6/16), dropping average from .288 to .255...Did not see any action from 7/8 thru 7/28 (16 games) due to the return of Ryan Doumit...Went 1-for-4 in start on 7/29 at San Francisco...Made next start on 8/5 vs. Arizona and went hitless in three at bats...Doubled in back-to-back starts on 8/13-14...Had two hits and two RBI on 8/31 at Cincinnati (game one)...Played in just seven games during the month of August and hit .217...Tied career high with three hits on 9/6 vs. St. Louis...Hit safely in three straight games from 8/31 thru 9/8 (6-for-12, .500)...Grounded out in first pinch hitting appearance on 9/21 vs. San Diego...Flied out as pinch hitter on 9/29 at Chicago...Doubled and knocked in two runs on 9/30 at Chicago (game one)...Went 10-for-34 (.294) with six RBI in his last 11 games. 2008: Entered season ranked by Baseball America as Philadelphia’s 10th-best prospect...Spent entire season with Lehigh Valley (Phillies’ AAA) and was named to the International League’s mid-season All-Star team...Led league catchers in games (113), total chances (1008), putouts (916) and assists (76)...Also threw out 48 of the 134 runners attempting to steal against him to rank second in that category (36%)...Tied minor league career high in home runs...Hit seven of his eight home runs off right-handed pitchers...Produced a 10-game hitting streak from 4/14-25 (12-for-40, .300), but hit just .193 during the month of April...Went hitless in five games (17 at bats) from 4/26 thru 5/1 and went 2-for-26 (.077) from 4/26 thru 5/4, dropping average to .189...Batted .295 in May, which included a .318 clip (21-for-66) over the final 19 games of the month...Had season-high, 13-game hitting streak from 5/20 thru 6/6 (20-for-45, .444)...Swiped lone base on 8/20 at Buffalo (third career). 2007: Was named to the International League mid-season All-Star team while spending entire season with Ottawa (Phillies’ AAA)...Set minor league career highs in runs and walks...Hit all six home runs off right-handed pitchers...Hit .345 (19-for-55) in 15 games during the month of April and had a .302 average thru the action on 5/2...Batted .168 in May...Homered twice on 5/31 at Durham...Produced a .322 average and 14 RBI in 25 games during the month of June...Had a 10-game hitting streak from 6/30 thru 7/12 (14-for-38,
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.368)...Went 13-for-30 (.433) with six multi-hit efforts in an eight-game span from 8/8-19...Went 9-for-31 (.290) with a home run and five RBI as a member of Team USA while capturing the Gold medal in the World Cup...Had two RBI in team’s 6-3 win in final victory. 2006: Was a non-roster invitee with Philadelphia during spring training...Hit a combined .247 with six homers and 40 RBI in 95 minor league games...Spent majority of season with Reading (Phillies’ AA)...Played final two games with Scranton-Wilkes Barre on 9/3 and 9/4...Hit five of his six home runs off right-handed pitchers...Homered in back-to-back games on 6/9 and 6/10...Hit safely in 14 of his 15 games from 8/4-21 (19-for-51, .373), producing a pair of seven-game hitting streaks...Hit safely in 19 of his final 23 Double-A games, going 26-for-82 (.317) with 10 doubles, a homer and 10 RBI...Participated in the Arizona Fall League and hit .379 (25-for-66) with two home runs and 17 RBI in 17 games with Peoria...Reached base safely in 16 of his 17 games, hitting safely in 14-of-17...Led AFL catchers with a .377 batting average and was named to the league’s All-Prospect team. 2005: Spent entire season with Lakewood (Phillies’ A) and was named to South Atlantic League mid-season All-Star team. ...Established minor league career highs in games, batting average, hits and RBI...Ranked second on club in games, at bats and RBI. ...Hit six of his eight home runs off right-handed pitchers...Hit .360 against lefties and .287 against righties...Had first of four four-hit games on 4/25 at Lexington...Went 11-for-18 with eight RBI in four-game span from 5/12-15, raising average 58 points from .289 to .347...Swiped first base on 5/13 at Delmarva...Produced 11-game hitting streak from 7/14-24, going 20-for-48 (.417) with nine RBI...Tallied second stolen base on 7/19 vs. Lexington...Hit a combined .342 in July and August (57 games)...Had four hits (three doubles) and three RBI on 7/29 vs. Greensboro...Hit safely in 14 of his final 17 games, raising average from .293 to season-ending .304...Recorded .329 (80-for-243) average after the All-Star break. 2004: Made professional debut with the GCL Phillies after being selected by Philadelphia in second round of the First-Year Player Draft...Played one game in the Gulf Coast League on 7/29 before being promoted to Batavia on 7/30...Hit lone home run and had seasonhigh five RBI on 8/5 vs. Aberdeen...Made 18 appearances behind the plate and went 10-for-46 (.217) in 13 games as the designated hitter...Played in the Florida Instructional League following the regular season. MISC: Switch-hitter has hit 28 of his 34 career home runs off right-handed pitchers...Was a member of Team USA squad which captured the Gold medal at the 2007 IBAF World Cup in Taiwan (beat Cuba in final game); current Bucs Jeff Karstens and Steve Pearce also played on the team.

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PERSONAL: Jason Cory Jaramillo (last name pronounced “HAIR-a-mee-yoh”)...Wife’s name is Lisa...Is a 2001 graduate of J.I. Case High School in Racine, WI, where he was rated by Baseball America as the best high school senior prospect in the state...Was a four-year letterwinner during his high school career...Also lettered one season as a volleyball player...Also played three years of baseball at Oklahoma State University...Was named to Big 12’s All-Freshman team in 2002 after batting .327 with three homers and 17 RBI in 46 games...Led squad with .385 average in 2003...Hit .350 with eight home runs and a team-high 57 RBI while leading Cowboys to the Big 12 conference title and an appearance in the College World Series as a junior in 2004...Also played for the Orleans Cardinals in the Cape Cod League in the summer of 2003.

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB 2004 GCL Phillies Batavia 2005 Lakewood 2006 Reading Scranton-WB 2007 Ottawa 2008 Lehigh Valley (1) 2009 Pittsburgh 2010 Pittsburgh Indianapolis Minor League Totals Major League Totals AVG .667 .223 .304 .248 .167 .271 .266 .252 .149 .239 .270 .222 G AB R 1 3 1 31 112 11 119 448 46 93 322 35 2 6 0 118 435 52 115 421 48 63 206 20 33 87 2 25 88 3 504 1835 196 96 293 22 H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 25 5 0 1 14 0 2 1 12 27 136 28 4 8 63 1 1 2 44 72 80 25 1 6 39 1 5 4 32 55 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 118 13 4 6 56 2 4 5 50 79 112 20 0 8 39 2 2 6 42 82 52 14 0 3 26 1 0 0 17 33 13 2 0 1 6 0 1 1 8 14 21 3 0 1 13 0 2 1 5 16 495 94 9 30 226 6 17 19 185 332 65 16 0 4 32 1 1 1 25 47 SB CS E 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 20 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 1 18 1 1 16 1 0 4 0 0 3 0 0 2 3 7 67 1 0 7

DEVELOPMENT

Selected by Philadelphia in 2001 First-Year Player Draft (39th round), but did not sign. Selected by Philadelphia in 2004 First-Year Player Draft (2nd round). (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Philadelphia, 12/10/08, in deal for catcher Ronny Paulino.

AFFILIATES

PIRATES IN ONE-RUN GAMES AT PNC PARK
YEAR 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 RECORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17-14 YEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .RECORD 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-14 2008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13-7 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-8 2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14-8 TOTALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125-99

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MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
April 16, 2009 vs. Houston

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
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DATE PITCHER
April 16, 2009 vs. HOU............Russ Ortiz - 1B

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HR
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June 2, 2009 vs. NY ................Johan Santana

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
CATCHER 2009 2010 CAREER PCT .989 .984 .987 G GS PO A E TC DP TP PB 62 58 322 28 4 354 5 0 4 31 25 170 12 3 185 2 0 1 93 83 492 40 7 539 7 0 5

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JARAMILLO HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 1 HR (4 times), last on 4/24/10 at Houston. MOST HITS/GAME: 3 hits (thrice), 5/8/10 vs. St. Louis, 9/6/09 vs. St. Louis & 5/25/09 at Chicago (NL). MOST RBI/GAME: 4 RBI, 6/4/09 vs. New York (NL). LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 2 games Career: 6 games (2009).

DEVELOPMENT

PIRATES HITTING THREE CONSECUTIVE HOME RUNS IN ONE INNING
DATE INNING 8th 7th 1st 1st 5th 7th 2nd 5th OPPONENT Cincinnati at Cincinnati Brooklyn at Brooklyn at San Francisco at Atlanta at San Francisco at St. Louis PLAYERS Paul Waner, Arky Vaughan, Pep Young Ralph Kiner, Joe Garagiola, Gus Bell Jerry Lynch, Frank Thomas, Dale Long Frank Thomas, Paul Smith, Dick Groat Bob Skinner, Ted Kluszewski, Frank Thomas Bob Robertson, Willie Stargell, Jose Pagan Orlando Merced, Jeff King, Midre Cummings Jason Kendall, Brian Giles, Reggie Sander

AFFILIATES

June 10, 1935 September 27, 1952 July 6, 1955 April 21, 1957 (GM 1) May 7, 1958 August 1, 1970 August 8, 1995 August 20, 2003

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AGE: 29 (turns 30 on June 21) BORN: 6/21/81 in Harvey, IL RESIDES: Tinley Park, IL HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-4/240 BATS/THROWS: L/L

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M.L. SERVICE: 1 year, 158 days OBTAINED: Signed as a minor league free agent on 12/27/08

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AWARDS & HONORS:

National League Rookie-of-the-Month (July of 2009). Named to Baseball America All-Rookie Team in 2009.

2010 SEASON: Spent first full season in the Majors with Pittsburgh and led team in games played, at bats, home runs and RBI...His 158 games played tied for ninth among N.L. leaders and were the most by a Bucco since Jason Bay in 2006 (159)...Was Pittsburgh’s Opening Day starter in right field and went 2-for-3 with two home runs, three RBI and three runs scored in the 11-5 win over Los Angeles...Became the first player in team history to homer in each of his first two at bats of a season opener and the sixth Bucco to homer twice on Opening Day...His 456’ home run on Opening Day was the longest of the season at PNC Park...Homered again in his first at bat of game two - the first player in team history to hit three home runs in the club’s first two games of a season...Went 3-for-21 in six games from 4/10-16, dropping average from .333 to .222...His homer on 4/23 at Houston was his first since 4/7...Delivered game-winning hit in 6-5, 14inning victory at Milwaukee on 4/28...Hit safely in each of his first five games in May, going 8-for-19 (.421) with five doubles and six RBI...Had career day by going 5-for-6 with a homer and five RBI on 5/14 at Chicago (NL)...Went 13-for-26 (.500) in sevengame stretch from 5/12-19, raising average from .224 to .275...Hit .302 in 28 games during the month of May and .330 in 26 games in June, which included a career-high Jones shops with a young fan during the Pirates Community shopping trip in 2010 12-game hitting streak from 6/9-22 (19-for-45, .422)...Went 5-for-8 in back-toback games on 6/24-25 to raise season average to .292; hit .209 (68-for-325) in his remaining 86 games...Snapped an 0-for-20 streak with a home run (his 15th) on 8/5 vs. Colorado...Made back-to-back starts from the second spot of the lineup on 8/14-15 and went 1-for-7 with a homer (hit home run in very first at bat from #2 spot on 8/14)...Produced just 15 hits (six home runs) and hit .144 in 28 games during the month of August...Tallied lone triple (third career) on 9/24 vs. Houston...Homered once (9/28 at St. Louis) in his final 28 games...Made 112 appearances (106 starts) at first base, 48 appearances (46 starts) in right field and one start in left field (5/30 at Atlanta)...Committed nine errors (five fielding/four throwing) at first base and three in right field (two fielding/one throwing). N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Led all Major League rookies in home runs and slugging percentage (.567) despite not playing first game with Pirates until 7/1...Ranked second among N.L. rookies in on-base percentage (.372), third in batting, fifth in total bases (178) and tied for sixth in RBI...Also tied for fifth in doubles, tied for fifth in stolen bases and ranked ninth in runs scored...Tied for fifth among all Major League players in home runs hit from 7/1 thru the end of the season, trailing only Prince Fielder (26), Ryan Howard (25), Derrek Lee (24) and Mark Reynolds (23)...Became fastest player in team history to reach 10 home runs in a season (did so in first 19 games)...His 21 home runs were the most by a left-handed hitting rookie in club history and ranked fourth among all rookies in team history behind Jason Bay (26 in 2004), Ralph Kiner (23 in 1946) and Johnny Rizzo (23 in 1938)...Averaged a home run every 15 at bats and did not go more than 10 straight games without hitting one for the Bucs...Set club record for most home runs in consecutive months by a rookie, hitting 10 in July and six in August (previous mark of 14 was set by Dick Stuart in 1958)...Became just the second player in Major League history to have a 20-homer season without hitting first one before July (also Kevin Maas, who hit 21 with the Yankees in 1990 starting on July 4)...Began season with Triple-A Indianapolis...Went 1-for-9 in first two games before hitting safely in 11 straight from 4/11-24 (17-for-47, .362)...Had season-high five RBI on 4/24 at Columbus...Went 3-for-26 with no RBI in eight-game stretch from 5/1-10, dropping average from .314 to .260...Went 4-for-5 on 5/29 vs. Pawtucket and hit safely in seven straight games from 5/28 thru 6/4 (13-for-29, .448)...Homered in backto-back games on 6/8-9, which included a two-homer game on 6/9 at Buffalo...Also scored four runs on 6/9...Hit safely in 10 of his last 11 games with Indy, going 17-for-43 (.395) and raising Triple-A average from .291 to .307...Made 64 appearances in right field, five in left field and one at first base (5/31) while playing with Indianapolis...Also went 2-for-8 in two games as the designated hitter...Had contract selected by Pittsburgh on 6/30...Made first start with Pirates on 7/1 in left field and went hitless in four at bats...Went 3-for-4 and fell a single shy of hitting for the cycle in his next start on 7/2 vs. New York...Hit safely in 10 straight games from 7/4-18 (13-for-40, .325)...Swiped two bases on 7/7 at Houston...Homered in four straight games from 7/10-17 (five home runs total), the first Bucco to homer in as many as four straight games since Jose Castillo did so in five straight in 2006...Hit two home runs in Pittsburgh's 2-1 win over San Francisco on 7/17, one in the 1st inning and another that ended the game in the 14th inning; became just the second player in Major League history to hit a walkoff home run in the 14th inning or later after homering in the 1st inning of the same game (also Vern Stephens on May 30, 1951 at Fenway Park, in Boston's 15-inning win over the Yankees)...Homered seven times in his first 12 games with Pittsburgh - the first player to do so since Dino Restelli hit seven in his first 10 games with the Pirates in 1949...Went 3-for-4 with two doubles and a home run while making first start at first base on 7/22 vs. Milwaukee...Each of his first nine homers were solo shots - the first Bucco to do so since Jay Bell in 1993...Snapped streak of solo homers with a two-run shot at 7/24 at Arizona...Led all Major League players with 10 home runs hit during the month of July and tied club record for most ever in the month of July (also Donn Clendenon in 1966 and Ralph Kiner in 1950)...Was named the N.L. Rookie-of-the-Month for the month of July...Went 14-for-66 (.212) in 17-game stretch from 7/26 thru 8/13, dropping batting average from .350 to .288...Snapped a season-high, 10-game homerless drought with a solo shot off Chad Qualls on 8/5 vs.
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Arizona...Hit 13th home run in 40th game on 8/17 vs. Milwaukee; became first rookie in eight years to hit 13 homers in his first 40 games (also Adam Dunn and Albert Pujols in 2001)...Hit game-winning home run in 8th inning of 3-2 victory over J.A. Happ and the Phillies at PNC Park on 8/27...Homered in back-to-back games on 9/1-2 at Cincinnati; his blast on 9/2 was the 10,000th home run in franchise history...Had walkoff single off St. Louis lefty Trever Miller on 9/6...Injured right shoulder making a diving play at first base on 9/18 vs. San Diego and missed two games...Homered in first game back on 9/21 vs. San Diego and had three hits in following game on 9/22 vs. Cincinnati...Hit final homer on 9/28 vs. Los Angeles...Also made lone error on 9/28 (playing first base)...Made 39 appearances (38 starts) in right field, 30 appearances (29 starts) at first base and 15 starts in left field for the Pirates...Was named to the Baseball America AllRookie team and finished seventh in the BBWAA voting for N.L. Rookie-of-the-Year. 2008: Spent entire season with Rochester (Twins’ AAA)...Led all International League players in games and total bases (255)...Also tied for third in the league in doubles and tied for second in extra base hits (59)...Hit 19 of his 23 homers off righthanders and 14 after the AllStar break...Batted .305 (108-for-354) against righthanders and .225 (39-for-173) against southpaws...Hit .246 (88-for-357) prior to the All-Star break and .347 (59-for-170) following the break...Made 71 appearances at first base, 31 in right field and 18 in left field...Also hit .257 (19-for-74) in 19 games as the designated hitter...Was charged with six errors in first 80 games but just two in his final 60 games from 7/1 thru the remainder of the season...Batted .411 (23-for-56) while hitting safely in 14 of his 15 games from 6/3-17...Hit .324 (35for-108) and knocked in 23 runs during the month of July (his 23 RBI for the month tied for the league lead)...Hit .336 (37-for-110) with eight doubles, eight home runs and 25 RBI in August; his eight homers were tops among International League hitters and he finished tied for first in the league in RBI for the month...Produced a .351 average (40-for-114) from 8/1 thru the remainder of the season...Homered twice and collected seven RBI on 8/6-7...Knocked in five runs in season finale on 9/1 vs. Buffalo. 2007: Spent majority of season with Rochester and ranked fifth in the International League in doubles...Had an eight-game hitting streak from 4/24 thru 5/3 (11-for-31, .355)...Hit .333 (23-for-69) with three homers and 15 RBI in 17 games during the month of April and was named the Twins’ Minor League Player-of-the-Month...Went 6-for-11 with two doubles, two homers and six RBI in back-to-back games on 5/11-12...Was recalled by Minnesota on 5/15 and made Major League debut that night at Cleveland...Singled off Paul Byrd for first big league hit on 5/15...Went 1-for-8 in four games with the Twins and was optioned back to Triple-A on 5/18...Hit safely in eight straight games from 5/29 thru 6/5 (14-for-32, .438) and in 15 of his 17 games from 6/23 thru 7/8...Was recalled by Minnesota again on 7/12 and went 2-for-4 with a double that night vs. Oakland...Picked up first Major League triple on 7/21 vs. Los Angeles (AL)...Went 3-for-17 (.176) in six games during second stint with Twins before being optioned back to Rochester on 7/22...Matched season high with four hits on 8/8 at Syracuse...Was recalled a third and final time by Minnesota on 8/17...Took Chicago’s Gavin Floyd deep for first career home run on 9/23 at the Metrodome...Hit second and final home run with Twins on 9/27 at Boston off Josh Beckett...Went 7-for-20 (.350) in his final seven games with Minnesota...Made eight appearances (seven starts) at first base, five appearances (two starts) in left field and one start in right field while playing with the Twins...Also went 8-for-40 (.200) in 12 games as the designated hitter. 2006: Spent second straight full season with Rochester...Ranked ninth in RBI among all Triple-A players...Led club in home runs, doubles, extra-base hits (56) and RBI...Tallied season-high five RBI on 5/8 vs. Pawtucket...Hit five home runs and tallied 25 RBI in 29 games during the month of August...Tied season high with five RBI on 8/4 at Charlotte...Batted .281 (36-for-128) with eight home runs and 26 RBI in 40 games with Aragua during the Venezuelan Winter League. 2005: Spent first full season at the Triple-A level...Led Rochester in games played, total bases (217), doubles and home runs...Was named Twins’ Minor League Player-of-the-Week for the week of 4/9-15 after going 7-for-22 (.319) with two homers and six RBI...Had a season-high 14-game hitting streak from 5/1-18 (20-for-56, .357)...Homered in consecutive games on 5/17-18...Had a season-high six RBI on 7/25 vs. Durham...Homered in both games of a doubleheader on 8/15 vs. Pawtucket...Homered in back-to-back games again on 9/4-5...Played for Grand Canyon in the Arizona Fall League and hit .289 (28-for-97) with nine home runs and 30 RBI in 25 games. 2004: Hit .302 (156-for-516) with 38 doubles, 31 home runs, 98 RBI, 74 runs scored and 12 stolen bases in 141 minor league games between Fort Myers (Twins’ A) and New Britain (Twins’ AA)...Established minor league career highs in batting, games, hits, doubles, homers and RBI...Ranked second in the Eastern League with a .593 slugging percentage and fifth in home runs...Led New Britain in home runs, RBI and total bases (267)...Began season with Fort Myers and hit safely in first five games from 4/8-13 (8-for-19, .421)...Played all 19 games at first base with Fort Myers...Was promoted to Double-A on 4/27 and hit .450 (9-for-20) in five games from 4/28 thru 5/2...Hit .305 with seven homers and 21 RBI in 29 games during the month of June...Had season-high five hits and two home runs on 7/1 at New Hampshire...Went 12-for-29 (.414) during eight-game hitting streak from 7/15-22...Homered twice again on 8/1 at Binghamton...Produced 19-game hitting streak from 8/6-27 (29-for-74, .392)...Homered in three straight games from 8/9-12...Finished month of August on an 8-for-12 tear and was named Twins’ Minor League Player-of-the-Month in August after hitting .389 (42-for-108) with nine homers and 27 RBI in 29 games...Went deep in back-to-back games on 9/3-4 and in three of his last four games. 2003: Spent entire season with Fort Myers...Led club in home runs and slugging percentage and ranked second in RBI...Ranked fourth in the Florida State League in homers...Was named Florida State League’s Player-of-the-Week for the week of 4/21-27 after going 9-for21 (.429) with two homers and six RBI...Had a season-high four hits on 4/27 at Lakeland...Homered in consecutive games on 7/24 and 7/26...Made lone appearance in left field on 7/19...Hit two home runs and knocked in season-high five runs on 8/7 vs. Lakeland...Homered in both games of a doubleheader on 8/27 at Sarasota. 2002: Was released by Atlanta on 5/21...Was signed by Minnesota on 5/24 and was assigned to Quad Cities (A)...Homered in second game on 5/30...Was named Midwest League’s Player-of-the-Week for the week of 7/8-14...Became the third player in the 56-year history of the Midwest League to hit four home runs in one game when he did so on 7/14 vs. Kane County; also tallied eight RBI in the game...Ranked second on the team in home runs...Hit .371 (13-for-35) against lefties and .170 (32-for-188) against righties. 2001: Spent second full season with Danville (Braves’ A)...Spent a month (6/19 to 7/19) on the disabled list with a broken jaw...Homered in his first game of the season on 7/19 and hit .378 (17-for-45) with six doubles and 14 RBI in first 13 games thru 7/31...Had a seasonhigh six-game hitting streak from 7/26-31 (9-for-22, .409)...Tied season high with three hits and three RBI on 8/17 at Bluefield...Homered in back-to-back games on 8/12 and 8/14.
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2000: Spent entire season with Danville...Failed to hit a home run in 153 plate appearances...Tripled in back-to-back games on 8/4 and 8/6. 1999: Spent first professional season with the GCL Braves after being selected by Atlanta in the 14th round of the First-Year Player Draft...Hit first home run in second pro game on 7/1...Had season-high, 11-game hitting streak from 7/28 thru 8/9 (16-for-45, .356)...Made all 45 defensive appearances at first base. PERSONAL: Garrett Thomas Jones...Is a 1999 graduate of Andrew High School in Tinley Park, IL...Participated in the annual team caravan and PirateFest in January 2010 & 2011.

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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB
GCL Braves Danville Danville (1) Quad Cities Fort Myers Fort Myers New Britain 2005 Rochester 2006 Rochester 2007 Rochester Minnesota 2008 Rochester (2) 2009 Indianapolis Pittsburgh 2010 Pittsburgh Minor League Totals N.L. Totals A.L. Totals Major League Totals 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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17 12 13 21 52 6 68 71 72 57 7 82 44 45 64 515 109 7 116

H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB
41 3 0 3 18 24 7 2 0 16 43 11 0 3 23 45 8 0 10 32 89 12 5 18 67 16 5 0 1 6 140 33 2 30 92 119 22 2 24 72 125 32 3 21 92 112 32 3 13 70 16 2 1 2 5 147 33 3 23 92 85 18 0 12 49 92 21 1 21 44 146 34 1 21 86 986 216 20 158 629 238 55 2 42 130 16 2 1 2 5 254 57 3 44 135 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 1 3 2 0 0 1 7 1 1 0 6 0 9 0 1 0 9 0 3 0 3 0 8 8 41 0 11 0 1 0 12

SO SB CS
1 2 0 3 0 1 3 1 5 4 2 0 10 4 5 1 3 4 2 2 1 1 9 2 14 4 10 2 7 3 54 28 17 5 1 1 18 6

E
8 3 8 3 6 1 17 12 9 6 1 8 2 1 12 83 13 1 14

.241 46 170 .174 40 138 .289 40 149 .202 63 223 .220 117 404 .242 19 66 .311 122 450 .244 134 488 .238 *140 525 .280 107 400 .208 31 77 .279 *138 527 .307 72 277 .293 82 314 .247 158 592 .258 1038 3817 .262 240 906 .208 31 77 .258 271 983

1 16 47 0 13 55 1 9 58 0 11 82 2 32 98 0 4 19 7 28 98 1 36 109 2 49 121 5 32 83 0 6 20 1 50 98 1 18 47 1 40 76 1 53 123 21 298 915 2 93 199 0 6 20 2 99 219

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(*)Led League Selected by Atlanta in 1999 First-Year Player Draft (14th round) (1)Released by Atlanta on 5/21/02...Signed by Minnesota as a minor league free agent on 5/24/02. (2)Granted free agency on 11/3/08...Signed by Pittsburgh as a minor league free agent on 12/27/08.

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MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
May 15, 2007 at Cleveland

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
DATE PITCHER
May 15, 2007 at CLE ................Paul Byrd - 1B

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HR
DATE PITCHER
September 23, 2007 vs. CWS ........Gavin Floyd

WALKOFF HOMERS (1)
DATE PITCHER
July 17, 2009 vs. San Francisco ......Bob Howry

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
FIRST BASE PCT G GS PO A E TC DP 2007 1.000 8 7 57 4 0 61 5 2009 .996 30 29 246 37 1 284 26 2010 .991 112 106 893 88 9 990 70 CAREER .993 150 142 1196 129 10 1335 101

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LEFT FIELD PCT G GS PO 2007 .800 5 2 4 2009 1.000 15 15 24 2010 1.000 1 1 3 CAREER .969 18 18 31 A 0 0 0 0 E 1 0 0 1 TC DP TP 5 0 0 24 0 0 3 0 0 32 0 0

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RIGHT FIELD 2007 2009 2010 CAREER

PCT G GS PO 1.000 1 1 3 1.000 39 38 76 .971 48 46 98 .984 88 85 177

A 0 4 4 8

E TC DP TP 0 3 0 0 0 80 0 0 3 105 0 0 3 188 0 0

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JONES HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 2 HR (3 times), 7/28/10 at Colorado, 4/5/10 vs. Los Angeles (NL) & 7/17/09 vs. San Francisco. MOST HITS/GAME: 5 hits, 5/14/10 at Chicago (NL). MOST RBI/GAME: 5 RBI, 5/14/10 at Chicago (NL). LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 12 games Career: 12 games (2010).
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JEFF KARSTEnS
M.L. SERVICE: 3 years, 132 days OBTAINED: From New York (AL), 7/26/08, along with pitchers Ross Ohlendorf and Daniel McCutchen and outfielder Jose Tabata in deal for outfielder Xavier Nady and pitcher Damaso Marte

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AGE: 28 (turns 29 on September 24) BORN: 9/24/82 in San Diego, CA RESIDES: Marina Del Ray, CA HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-3/185 BATS/THROWS: R/R

AWARDS & HONORS:

Member of Team USA in 2007 World Cup in Taiwan (won gold medal).

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2010 SEASON: Established career highs in starts, innings pitched and strikeouts while spending majority of season with Pittsburgh, where he went 3-10 with a 4.78 ERA in 19 starts and 0-0 with a 5.87 ERA in seven relief appearances...Began season with Triple-A Indianapolis and picked up his lone win in relief while making first appearance on 4/9 at Columbus...Suffered loss in relief on 4/16 vs. Toledo...Made lone start with Indy on 4/22 vs. Louisville and lost a 7-1 decision (5.1ip/3er)...Was selected by Pittsburgh on 4/27 and made first start that night in Milwaukee; received a no-decision (6.0ip/2er) in Pirates 7-3, last at bat win...Suffered a 9-3 loss in second start on 5/2 at Los Angeles (5.0ip/6er)...Pitched 6.0 scoreless innings and combined with four other pitchers on a 2-0 win vs. St. Louis on 5/8...Joined bullpen on 5/11 and gave up four runs in 1.2ip...Gave up two runs (1 earned) while making second relief outing on 5/17 at Philadelphia (2.1ip)...Pitched 3.1 innings of relief (1 run) on 5/21 vs. Atlanta...Made final relief appearance on 5/27 at Cincinnati and gave up one run in 4.0 innings of work...Joined starting rotation on 6/1 and gave up two runs in 6.0ip while receiving a no-decision vs. Chicago (NL)...Suffered 5-2 loss at Washington on 6/8 (5.0ip+/4er)...Was in line for a win on 6/13 at Detroit (7.0ip+/2er), but Tigers scored three runs in 8th for the victory...Won second game on 6/19 vs. Cleveland...Suffered an eight-game losing streak from 6/29 thru 8/20 - the longest losing streak by a Pittsburgh pitcher since Zach Duke lost nine in a row in 2008...Walked a career-high six batters in a 4-3 loss at Milwaukee on 7/10...Tied career high with six strikeouts on 7/19 vs. Milwaukee...Battled Chris Carpenter and pitched 6.0 scoreless innings in a no-decision on 7/30 at St. Louis (Pirates lost, Karstens with a young friend during a visit to Children’s Hospital 1-0, in 10 innings)...Snapped his eight-game losing streak with a victory at Chicago (NL) on 8/31; also tied career high with six K’s...Did not pitch again until 9/30 at Florida (1.0ip/1r) due to right arm fatigue...Went 2-for-33 (.061) at the plate, picking up both hits in his first eight at bats...Went hitless in his last 25 at bats after his single off Ted Lilly on 6/1. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Began season in Pittsburgh’s starting rotation...Did not make first start until team’s 10th game on 4/16 vs. Houston and received a no-decision in club’s 6-3 loss (4.0ip/3er)...Won a 3-2 decision vs. Florida in second start on 4/21 (6.0ip/1er)...Gave up three home runs in a no-decision at Milwaukee on 4/27 (5.0ip/5er)...Suffered first loss on 5/3 vs. Cincinnati (5.0ip/5r/4er)...Lost second straight decision on 5/14 vs. St. Louis...Was in line for victory at Washington on 5/19, but bullpen suffered blown save...Won second game on 5/30 vs. Houston (7.0ip/2er); his first victory in six starts...Suffered third loss on 6/5 at Houston (5.2ip/6er); was trailing 2-1 before giving up four runs in the 6th inning...Made first relief appearance on 6/8 at Atlanta and suffered loss in 15-inning contest; was his first relief outing since 9/25/07 and snapped a string of 31 straight starts...Was officially moved to the bullpen when Charlie Morton joined the starting rotation on 6/10...Pitched 4.2 innings in relief of Morton and picked up win on 6/10 at Atlanta; Morton left the game after the 1st inning due to tightness in his right hamstring...Made five straight scoreless relief appearances from 6/16-28 (6.2ip)...Was scored upon in his next two games (2.2ip/4er)...Made six straight scoreless outings from 7/5-23 (12.0ip) and four hitless outings from 7/12-23 (10.0ip)...Tossed 3.0 innings (0 runs) vs. Milwaukee on 7/20 and was hit by a pitch in lone plate appearance; igniting a benches-clearing incident (was Milwaukee’s retaliation from Karstens hitting Ryan Braun on 4/27)...Gave up three runs in 3.2 innings at Arizona on 7/26...Was scored upon in three straight games from 7/26 thru 8/3 (6.1ip/8er) and in five of his six outings from 7/26 thru 8/12 (9.2ip/13er), raising ERA from 4.26 to 5.09...Was on bereavement list from 8/21-25 due to the death of his grandmother...Was placed on 15-day disabled list on 8/25 with a low back strain...Began rehab assignment with Triple-A Indianapolis on 8/30...Struck out three of the eight batters he faced in 2.0 scoreless innings in first rehab game on 8/30 at Toledo...Also tossed 2.0 scoreless frames vs. Louisville on 9/3 and on 9/6 at Louisville...Was recalled from rehab assignment on 9/8 and was reinstated from D.L. on 9/9...Gave up two runs in 2.0ip on 9/9 vs. Chicago...Retired all six batters he faced on 9/20 vs. San Diego...Gave up five runs in 0.1ip and suffered fifth loss the following day against the Padres...Started and received a no-decision on 9/23 vs. Los Angeles (3.0ip/1er) - his first start since 6/5...Finished season making three straight starts; winning at Chicago (NL) in game two of a day/night doubleheader on 9/30 (5.0ip/2er) and losing at Cincinnati in season finale on 10/4 (2.1ip/2er)...Was scored upon in 11 of his last 14 games with Pittsburgh (25.2ip/26er - 9.12 ERA), raising ERA from 4.26 on 7/23 to final mark of 5.42...Posted a 2.05 ERA (26.1ip/6er) in his first 15 relief appearances and a 12.33 ERA (15.1ip/21er) in his last 11 games in relief...The Pirates went 6-7 in his 13 starts...Went 1-for-22 with two walks at the plate, picking up lone hit (single) off Mike Hampton at Houston on 6/5. 2008: Was a member of the Yankees in spring training...Suffered a strained right groin on 3/27 and was placed on the 15-day disabled list to start the season...Remained in New York’s extended spring training program before making a rehab start with Triple-A Scranton-Wilkes Barre on 5/20 (5.0ip/3er)...Was recalled from rehab assignment, reinstated from D.L. and optioned to Scranton-Wilkes Barre on 5/22...Picked up first win in fourth start on 6/11 at Richmond...Struck out season-high 11 batters and allowed one unearned run in 6.2ip and won second game on 6/22 vs. Toledo...Went 2-0 with a 1.31 ERA (20.2ip/3er) in a three-start stretch from 6/22 to
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7/2...Gave up six runs in 5.1ip while losing for the last time on 7/7 at Toledo...Won his last three Triple-A starts and posted a 2.29 ERA (19.2ip/5er) in that time...Went 1-3 with a 5.87 ERA (23.0ip/15er) in his first five starts with Scranton and 5-1 with a 2.76 ERA (45.2ip/14er) in his final seven assignments...Was acquired by Pittsburgh on 7/26 and joined Pirates on 7/28...Made first start with Bucs on 8/1 and tossed 6.0 scoreless innings in 3-0, combined victory at Chicago (NL)...Took a perfect game into the 8th inning in his 2-0 victory at Arizona on 8/6; Chris Young broke up perfect game with a two-out double to left field on a 1-1 pitch (last Bucco pitcher to be perfect that long was Ken Brett, who tossed 8.0 perfect frames against San Diego on May 27, 1974)...Also went 2-for-3 and singled off Randy Johnson on 8/6 for first Major League hit (fourth career plate appearance)...Did not allow a run in his first 15.0 innings of work with Pittsburgh; since 1900 the only pitcher to begin his career with the Pirates with a scoreless streak longer than 15 innings was Dan Plesac in 1995 (16.0 innings from April 27 to May 30)...Joined Ernie Bonham (1947) as the only two pitchers in club history to win each of their first two starts while not allowing a run...Surrendered a pair of home runs and suffered first loss on 8/12 vs. Cincinnati (7.0ip/4r/3er)...Also gave up two homers while losing a 4-0 decision to Johan Santana at PNC Park on 8/17...Received a total of six runs of offensive support in his first four starts while giving up eight...Suffered third straight loss while pitching a season-low 3.0 innings and giving up five runs vs. Chicago (NL) on 8/25...Took a 5-0 lead and a no-hitter into the 4th inning at San Francisco on 9/7, but gave up eight runs (five earned) without retiring a batter in the Giants’ 10-run frame and suffered fifth straight loss...Gave up season-high 11 hits and lost sixth straight decision on 9/16 vs. Los Angeles Dodgers (5.0ip/5r/2er)...Pitched into the 7th inning, gave up three runs (one earned) and struck out a career-high six batters, but received a no-decision in final start on 9/23 at Milwaukee...The Pirates went 2-7 in his nine starts...Went 2-for-14 (.143) with two sac bunts at the plate. 2007: Began season on New York’s 15-day disabled list with right elbow tendinitis...Made one rehab appearance with Single-A Tampa before being recalled from his rehab assignment and reinstated from the disabled list on 4/21...Made his season debut that day at Boston and suffered the loss (4.1ip/9h/7r/7er)...Made second start on 4/28 vs. Boston; was hit in the right leg by a Julio Lugo line drive on the first pitch of the game and was removed after allowing a single to the next batter he faced (Kevin Youkilis)...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 4/29 with a fractured right fibula...Was transferred to the 60-day disabled list on 7/1...Went a combined 30 with a 1.07 ERA (25.1ip/3er) in five rehab starts with Gulf Coast League Yankees, Single-A Staten Island, Double-A Trenton and Scranton-Wilkes Barre from 7/7-27...Was recalled from his rehab assignment and reinstated from the D.L. on 8/1...Went 0-2 in three starts before being optioned to Scranton on 8/15...Was recalled for a third time by the Yankees on 9/11...Earned lone win on 9/22 vs. Toronto with a scoreless inning of relief in New York’s 10-inning walkoff victory...Surrendered a walkoff home run to Tampa Bay’s Dioner Navarro in 10th inning in final appearance on 9/25...Went 2-0 with a team-best 0.69 ERA in two starts following the season for Team USA; team won the IBAF World Cup in Taiwan...Was charged with one run in 7.0 innings and earned the win in Team USA’s quarterfinal victory over Korea on 11/16...Went 2-0 with a 1.37 ERA and 17 strikeouts in four starts overall (including exhibitions) with Team USA. 2006: Began season with Triple-A Columbus...Went 0-5 in his first seven starts before being transferred to Trenton on 5/14...Posted a 6-0 record and a 2.31 ERA in 11 starts with Trenton from 5/14 to 7/6 before being promoted back to Triple-A on 7/13...Went 5-0 with a 1.85 ERA (39.0ip/8er) in seven starts from 7/15 to 8/15 while limiting opposing hitters to a .235 batting average (35-for-149)...Won 11 consecutive decisions (six with Trenton and five with Columbus) from 5/14 thru 8/15...Was recalled by Yankees on 8/19...Made Major League debut in start on 8/22 at Seattle and received a no-decision (5.2ip/3er) in a 6-5, come-from-behind win by the Mariners (according to the Elias Sports Bureau he became only the fourth pitcher in the last 100 seasons to make his big league debut by starting against a team with a losing streak of 11 games; the first since Tampa Bay’s Delvin James in 2002 vs. Detroit)...Picked up first career win on 8/27 at Los Angeles (AL) in an 11-8 decision...Suffered first career loss on 9/2 vs. Minnesota despite allowing just two runs in 7.0 innings...Was charged with one run in 5.0 innings of work in first career relief appearance on 9/8 at Baltimore. 2005: Spent entire season with Trenton...Led all Yankees farmhands in wins and tied for second in the Eastern League in that category...Finished tied for second among Eastern League hurlers in starts and fourth in strikeouts and innings pitched...Finished with the fifth-most strikeouts in Trenton history for a single season...Allowed two walks or less in 22 of his 28 appearances, including seven appearances without issuing a walk...Worked at least 5.0 innings in 25 of his 28 appearances, including 17 of his first 18 outings...Pitched 8.0 innings of shutout relief and earned the win on 5/21 vs. Harrisburg. 2004: Tied for the team lead in strikeouts while spending entire season with Single-A Tampa...Issued two walks or less in 22 of his 24 starts and four earned runs or less in 21 of his 24 games...Won first start after tossing 5.0 innings of no-hit ball on 4/21 at Fort Myers...Tossed first career shutout (2h/1bb/9so) on 7/16 at Palm Beach...Whiffed a season-high 10 batters twice (5/23 at Daytona and 8/10 vs. Lakeland). 2003: Began professional career with Single-A Staten Island after being selected by New York in the 19th round of the June Draft...Ranked fifth among New York-Penn League hurlers in ERA...Finished fifth in the league after allowing 7.16 runners per 9.0 innings pitched among starters...Went 4-1 with a 2.82 ERA in 10 starts and 0-1 with a 1.65 ERA in four relief appearances...Went 4-0 with a 0.58 ERA in a six-game span from 7/22 thru 8/21...Tossed 6.0 shutout innings and struck out 11 batters while picking up the win on 8/21 vs. Hudson Valley. MISC: Went 2-0 with a team-best 0.69 ERA in two starts for Team USA following the 2007 season...Was a teammate of current Pirates Jason Jaramillo and Steve Pearce on team which won the IBAF World Cup in Taiwan...Was charged with one run in 7.0 innings and earned the win in Team USA’s quarterfinal victory over Korea on 11/16...Went 2-0 with a 1.37 ERA and 17 strikeouts in four starts overall (including exhibitions) with Team USA. PERSONAL: Jeffrey Wayne Karstens...Is a 2000 graduate of Mount Miguel High School in Spring Valley, California, where he a was catcher on the baseball team...Was named the team’s Most Valuable Player in 2000...Also earned first-team All-Conference and secondteam All-San Diego accolades...Played one season at Texas Tech University in 2003 after attending Grossmont Junior College in El Cajon, CA...Was a first-team All-Conference selection at Grossmont...Was drafted as a catcher in the 45th round of the 2000 First-Year Player Draft by Montreal, but did not sign...Participated in team’s annual Caravan and PirateFest this past January.
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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK Staten Island 4-2 2.54 14 10 0 0 0 67.1 63 22 19 2 2 16 53 3 0 Tampa 6-9 4.02 24 24 1 1 0 138.2 151 70 62 11 4 31 116 2 1 Trenton 12-11 4.15 28 27 0 0 0 169.0 192 91 78 16 3 42 147 8 1 Columbus 5-5 4.28 14 14 1 0 0 73.2 80 42 35 9 1 30 48 1 1 Trenton 6-0 2.31 11 11 0 0 0 74.0 54 20 19 4 3 14 67 5 0 New York (AL) 2-1 3.80 8 6 0 0 0 42.2 40 20 18 6 1 11 16 3 1 2007 Tampa (#) 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 3 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 New York (AL) 1-4 11.05 7 3 0 0 0 14.2 27 21 18 4 0 9 5 2 0 GCL Yankees (#) 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 3.1 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 Staten Island (#) 1-0 1.80 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 4 1 1 0 0 2 5 0 0 Scranton/WB (#) 3-0 1.74 6 5 0 0 0 31.0 25 6 6 2 0 9 27 4 0 2008 Scranton/WB (1) 6-4 3.80 12 12 0 0 0 68.2 66 31 29 8 0 15 55 2 0 Pittsburgh 2-6 4.03 9 9 1 1 0 51.1 56 32 23 7 0 13 23 1 0 2009 Pittsburgh 4-6 5.42 39 13 0 0 0 108.0 115 66 65 12 2 45 52 1 0 Indianapolis (#) 0-0 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 6.0 4 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 2010 Indianapolis 1-2 7.31 5 1 0 0 0 16.0 21 14 13 3 0 2 12 0 0 Pittsburgh 3-10 4.92 26 19 0 0 0 122.2 146 72 67 21 1 27 72 0 1 Minor League Totals 45-33 3.58 121 108 2 1 0 661.2 670 298 263 56 13 163 552 25 3 N.L. Totals 9-22 4.95 74 41 1 1 0 282.0 317 170 155 40 3 85 147 2 1 A.L. Totals 3-5 5.65 15 9 0 0 0 57.1 67 41 36 10 1 20 21 5 1 Major League Totals 12-27 5.07 89 50 1 1 0 339.1 384 211 191 50 4 105 168 7 2
(#)Injury Rehab Assignment Selected by Montreal in 2000 First-Year Player Draft (45th round), but did not sign. Selected by New York (AL) in 2003 First-Year Player Draft (19th round). (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from New York (AL), 7/26/08, along with pitchers Daniel McCutchen and Ross Ohlendorf and outfielder Jose Tabata in deal for outfielder Xavier Nady and pitcher Damaso Marte.

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August 22, 2006 at Seattle

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
August 27, 2006 at Los Angeles (AL)

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
PITCHER PCT G GS PO A E 2006 .909 8 6 4 6 1 2007 1.000 7 3 0 1 0 2008 .818 9 9 3 6 2 2009 1.000 39 13 4 12 0 2010 1.000 26 19 12 15 0 CAREER .955 89 50 23 40 3 TC DP TP 11 1 0 1 0 0 11 1 0 16 0 0 27 1 0 66 3 0
YEAR 2008 2009 2010

HITTING TOTALS
AVG .143 .045 .061 AB 14 22 33 69 H 2 1 2 5 HR 0 0 0 0 RBI 0 0 0 0

DEVELOPMENT

CAREER .072

FIRST M.L. HIT: 8/6/08 (Randy Johnson - 1B) FIRST M.L. RBI: No RBI AB SINCE LAST HIT: 25

KARSTENS HIGHLIGHTS
LOW-HITGAME: TWO-HITTER, 8/6/08 at Arizona. MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 6 K’s (3 times), 8/31/10 at Chicago (NL), 7/19/10 vs. Milwaukee & 9/23/08 at Milwaukee...Reliever: 4 K’s (twice), 9/9/09 at Chicago (NL) & 7/12/09 at Philadelphia. SHUTOUTS: (1), 8/6/08 at Arizona. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 9.0 IP, 8/6/08 at Arizona...Reliever: 5.0 IP, 9/8/06 at Baltimore. MOST WALKS: Starter: 6 BB, 7/10/10 at Milwaukee...Reliever: 3 BB (3 times), 7/23/09 at Arizona, 7/20/09 vs. Milwaukee & 8/8/07 at Toronto. LONGEST SCORELESS INNINGS STREAK: 15.0 IP (8/1 to 8/6/08). LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 2 games (8/1 to 8/6/08). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 8 games (6/29 to 8/20/10).
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M.L. SERVICE: 134 days OBTAINED: Claimed off waivers from Florida on 9/13/10

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Participated in 2009 World Baseball Classic (Canada).

2010 SEASON: Began season with New Orleans (Marlins’ AAA)...Made two appearances (2.0ip/0r) before being recalled by Florida on 4/14...Gave up one run in 1.0ip in first game with Marlins on 4/15 vs. Cincinnati and then made four straight scoreless outings (5.0ip) thru 4/25...Had a 2.16 ERA (8.1ip/2er) after his first seven games with the Marlins thru 5/2...Surrendered a total of five runs in back-to-back appearances (2.0ip) on 5/4 and 5/6...Was scored upon in five of his eight appearances with Florida during the month of May (7.0ip/10r/9er)...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 5/19 (retro to 5/18) with a right elbow strain...Made two rehab appearances with Class-A Jupiter on 6/14 and 6/16...Was recalled from his rehab, reinstated from the D.L. and optioned to New Orleans on 6/17...Made one appearance with Zephyrs on 6/19 before missing a month of action with a right elbow flexor strain...Made three rehab appearances with the GCL Marlins before returning to action with New Orleans on 7/21...Recorded lone save on 7/25 at Omaha...Suffered first loss on 7/29 vs. Memphis...Gave up five runs in 1.0ip and suffered second loss on 8/14 vs. Reno...Finished his season with New Orleans by making five straight scoreless outings (5.0ip) from 8/21-31...Was recalled by Florida on 9/3...Tossed a scoreless inning vs. Atlanta on 9/4 and then was scored upon in back-to-back games on 9/5 vs. Atlanta (1.0ip/1er) and 9/8 at Philadelphia (1.0ip/2er)...Was designated for assignment by Florida and was claimed off waivers by Pittsburgh on 9/13...Made first appearance with the Pirates and retired all three New York batters he faced on 9/14...Did not give up a run in his first three games with Pittsburgh before giving up three runs in 0.1ip and suffering a blown save and loss on 9/24 vs. Houston...Finished the season making two scoreless outings (1.1ip)...Allowed one of his five inherited runners to score while pitching with the Bucs and held opposing batters to a .222 (4-for-22) average; surrendered three of his hits in one game (Astros went 3-for4 against him on 9/24). N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Made two appearances and tossed 1.2 scoreless innings for Team Canada during the World Baseball Classic in March..Spent majority of season with Jacksonville (Marlins’ AA)...Also had three separate stints with the Marlins...Posted a 9.00 ERA (12.0ip/12er) in his first 11 games with Jacksonville, but went 4-1 with a 1.13 ERA (48.0ip/6er) in his last 35 contests...Went 2-for-2 in save situations, earning his two saves on 4/15 vs. West Tenn and 8/19 vs. Carolina...Pitched a season-high 3.0 innings on 5/19 at Carolina. ...Was recalled by Florida on 5/23...Made Major League debut on 5/26 at Philadelphia and gave up one run in 2.0ip...Was optioned back to Jacksonville on 5/27...Posted a 0.71 ERA (12.2ip/1er) in nine Double-A games during the month of June...Was recalled a second time on 6/24 and made three appearances before being placed on the 15-day disabled list with a right shoulder sprain on 7/4...Was reinstated from D.L. on 7/26 and was optioned to Jacksonville...Was recalled a third time on 8/31; appeared in the game that night vs. Houston (1.0ip/1er) and was optioned back to Double-A following the game. 2008: Spent entire season with Jupiter (Marlins’ A)...Shared team lead in appearances and was tied for third in wins...Posted minor league career highs in wins, innings pitched and strikeouts...Recorded first professional save on 8/20. 2007: Spent entire season with Greensboro (Marlins’ A) - his first season used exclusively as a relief pitcher...Won first professional game on 5/11 (his 21st career game). 2006: Began first professional season as a starter with the Gulf Coast League Marlins...Pitched at three different levels and went 0-4 with a 6.06 ERA (32.2ip/22er) in 11 starts...Missed three months of action due to rotator cuff tendinitis MISC: Was originally selected by Tampa Bay in the ninth round of the 2002 First-Year Player Draft, but didn’t sign...Has made 200 consecutive relief appearances since making last start on 9/4/06 with Jamestown. PERSONAL: Christopher Adam Leroux...Is a 2002 graduate of St. Joseph High School in Mississauga, Ontario...Attended Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC, and produced a 3-3 record and a 3.86 ERA in three seasons with the Eagles.

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YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB 2006 Greensboro 0-3 6.10 3 3 0 0 0 10.1 13 7 7 2 2 6 GCL Marlins 0-0 4.09 4 4 0 0 0 11.0 10 9 5 0 2 1 Jamestown 0-1 7.94 4 4 0 0 0 11.1 13 13 10 0 2 12 2007 Greensboro 2-3 4.14 46 0 0 0 0 71.2 72 38 33 6 5 29 2008 Jupiter 6-7 3.65 57 0 0 0 1 74.0 60 37 30 6 6 26 2009 Jacksonville 5-3 2.70 46 0 0 0 2 60.0 59 19 18 0 1 17 Florida 0-0 10.80 5 0 0 0 0 6.2 11 8 8 0 0 4 2010 New Orleans 0-3 6.95 21 0 0 0 1 22.0 26 17 17 2 2 7 Florida 0-0 7.00 17 0 0 0 0 18.0 24 15 14 1 0 11 Jupiter (#) (1) 0-0 3.38 2 0 0 0 0 2.2 2 1 1 0 1 1 GCL Marlins (#) 1-0 4.50 3 0 0 0 0 4.0 4 2 2 0 0 0 Pittsburgh 0-1 5.78 6 0 0 0 0 4.2 4 3 3 0 0 3 Minor League Totals 14-20 4.15 186 11 0 0 4 267.0 259 143 123 16 21 99 Major League Totals 0-1 7.67 28 0 0 0 0 29.1 39 26 25 1 0 18
(#)Injury Rehab Assignment Selected by Tampa Bay in 2002 First-Year Player Draft (9th round), but did not sign. Selected by Florida in 2005 First-Year Player Draft (7th round). (1)Claimed by Pittsburgh off waivers from Florida on 9/13/10.

SO WP BK 9 0 0 9 2 0 4 2 0 76 4 1 78 6 0 55 2 0 2 0 0 20 1 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 4 1 0 254 17 1 24 1 0

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PITCHER PCT G GS PO 2009 1.000 5 0 0 2010 1.000 23 0 0 CAREER 1.000 28 0 0 A 1 3 4 E 0 0 0 TC DP TP 1 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
May 26, 2009 at Philadelphia

POST-SEASON

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
No Major League Wins

HITTING TOTALS
YEAR AVG AB H HR RBI

DEVELOPMENT

Has never had a Major League plate appearance

AFFILIATES

LEROUX HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 4 K’s, 4/28/10 vs. San Diego. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: 2.0 IP (twice), 4/28/10 vs. San Diego & 5/26/09 at Philadelphia. MOST WALKS: 2 BB (twice), 5/6/10 vs. San Francisco & 8/13/09 vs. Houston.

GENERAL

LONGEST WINNING STREAK: No Major League wins. LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 1 game (9/24/10).

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M.L. SERVICE: 75 days OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 1st round selection (4th pick overall) in 2006 First-Year Player Draft

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AWARDS & HONORS:

Participated in 2009 All-Star Futures Games in St. Louis. Member of Team USA in 2009 World Cup played in Europe (won gold medal). 2006 College Baseball Player-of-the-Year.

2010 SEASON: Began season with Indianapolis (AAA)...Was charged with seven runs (five earned) in 3.1ip, but received a nodecision in first start on 4/9 at Columbus...Tossed 6.0 scoreless innings and won first game in next start on 4/14 at Louisville...Suffered first loss in third start on 4/19 vs. Toledo (6.0ip/3er)...Gave up one run in 7.0ip while winning second game on 4/25 at Louisville...Gave up season-high six runs and four walks (6.0ip) in a no-decision on 4/30 at Pawtucket...Won three straight decisions from 4/25 thru 5/12, which included back-to-back wins on 5/6 vs. Buffalo and 5/12 vs. Rochester...Struck out season-high 10 batters in a 3-0 loss at Toledo on 5/17 (7.0ip/3er)...Dropped ERA to 3.77 after winning a 4-3 decision vs. Gwinnett on 5/22 (8.0ip/3er)...Went 1-0 and pitched a total of 11.0 scoreless frames in back-to-back starts on 5/28 at Charlotte (5.0ip/1h/7so) and 6/3 at Gwinnett (6.0ip/4h/6so)...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 6/9 and received a no-decision in his Major League debut that night in Washington (6.0ip/5er)...Also went 2for-3 at the plate, singling off John Lannan in his first at bat and picking up an RBI-single in his third bat off Lannan in the 5th inning...Gave up five runs in 6.0ip and suffered loss in second start on 6/15 vs. Chicago (NL)...Went 0-2 with a 6.00 ERA (24.0ip/16er) in his first four starts with the Pirates...Pitched a career-high 7.0 innings and struck out a career-high six batters while winning first big league game (2-0) on 6/30 at Chicago (NL)...Suffered third loss on 7/6, pitching in front of more than 200 friends and family members in his hometown of Houston...Left his start on 7/11 at Milwaukee with a 4-3 lead in the 7th inning, but was a victim of a blown save and received a nodecision in Pittsburgh’s 6-5 loss...Took the mound with a 9-0 lead in the 2nd inning on 7/20 vs. Milwaukee, but gave up seven runs in 2.1ip and received a no-decision in an 11-9 Bucco victory...Surrendered six runs in 6.1 innings and suffered fourth loss on 7/25 vs. San Diego...Was optioned back to Indianapolis on 7/26 and went 1-3 with a 6.66 ERA (25.2ip/19er) in his final six Triple-A starts...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 9/7...Made first professional relief appearance on 9/22 vs. St. Louis and gave up three runs (two earned) in 1.0 inning...Struck out all three batters he faced while making second relief appearance on 9/30 at Florida...Went 6-for-15 (.400) with three RBI as a batter with the Pirates, hitting safely in four of the eight starts in which he received an at bat. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Split season between Altoona (AA) and Indianapolis and went 7-7 with a 3.37 ERA (136.1ip/51er) in 25 total starts...Ranked third among Pittsburgh farmhands with 107 strikeouts and second in ERA...Represented the United States at the MLB Futures Game in St. Louis on 7/12 (0.1ip/2h/1r/1er/1bb/so)...Also played for Gold-Medal winning Team USA in the World Cup tournament in Europe from 9/2-27 and went 3-0 with a 2.70 ERA in four games/three starts (23.1ip/23h/7r/7er/6bb/12so)...Was the winning pitcher in Championship Game against Cuba on 9/27...Began season with Altoona and received a no-decision in first Double-A start on 4/9 at Erie (4.0ip/3er/6so)...Suffered loss in Curve’s Home Opener on 4/16 vs. Erie (5.0ip/1r/0er)...Lost three straight decisions from 4/16 thru 5/10...Picked up lone Double-A victory after tossing a two-hit shutout on 5/21 at Bowie - was the 14th two-hitter in franchise history and the first since Tom Gorzelanny accomplished the feat on 9/9/05 in the Eastern League playoffs vs. Akron...Did not allow a run in 20.1 innings of work from the 5th inning on 5/15 to the 2nd inning on 6/1; streak fell just short of franchise record 23.0 scoreless innings set by Franklin Perez in 2006...Went 1-1 with a 0.80 ERA (33.2ip/3er), 29 strikeouts and six walks in five starts during the month of May...Lost his last two starts with Altoona...Was promoted to Indianapolis on 6/23...Gave up one run in 6.2ip and picked up victory in first Triple-A start on 6/24 at Lehigh Valley...Suffered first of two losses in third start on 7/6 vs. Louisville...Won second game on 7/28 at Norfolk and lost second game on 8/9 vs. Charlotte...Went 4-0 with a 2.57 ERA (21.0ip/6er) in his last four starts with Indianapolis...Did not allow a run in his last two starts on 8/24 vs. Columbus (5.0ip/2h/0r/0bb/5so) and 8/29 at Toledo (6.0ip/3h/0r/0bb/6so). 2008: Split season between Hickory (A) and Lynchburg (A) and went 6-9 with a 4.69 ERA (103.2ip/54er) in 19 starts with the two clubs...Was victorious in his first start on 5/18 vs. Rome (5.0ip/1er) after missing entire 2007 season due to “Tommy John” surgery...Also won his second start on 5/23 vs. Columbus (5.0ip/1er)...Went 3-1 with a 2.01 ERA (22.1ip/5er) in his first four starts and 4-2 with a 2.97 ERA (39.1ip/13er) in his first seven starts thru 6/21...Lost three straight starts and compiled a 10.69 ERA (16.0ip/19er) from 6/26 thru 7/7...Tossed 6.2 scoreless innings in final start with Hickory on 7/12 at Hagerstown...Was promoted to Lynchburg on 7/16 and suffered loss in first start on 7/18 at Potomac (4.0ip/5er)...His only victory with the Hillcats came in a 5.0-inning, rain-shortened game vs. Wilmington on 7/23 - his first professional complete game. 2007: Missed entire season after undergoing reconstructive surgery to repair ligament damage in right elbow on 4/3 (surgery performed by Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, AL). 2006: Began professional career with GCL Pirates after being selected by Pittsburgh in the the first round of the First-Year Player Draft...Made debut on 7/8 vs. GCL Red Sox and tossed 3.2 scoreless innings (3h/0bb/4so)...Made second and final start with GCL Bucs on 7/14 (4.0ip/3h/1r/0er/1bb/5so)...Was promoted to Hickory on 7/17...Suffered loss in first start with Crawdads on 7/19 vs. Lake County (4.2ip/7er)...Picked up first professional victory on 7/25 at Columbus (5.0ip/2er)...Surrendered six runs (three earned) in 5.1ip and suffered second loss on 7/30 at Rome...Received a no-decision in final start on 8/6 vs. Savannah (1.0ip/3h/0r) - left the game with a strained left oblique...Went 1-2 with a 4.56 ERA (23.2ip/12er) in six total starts.
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MISC: Was ranked by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s fourth-best prospect prior to the 2009 and 2010 seasons...Also recognized as having the “Best Curveball” in the organization prior to 2010 season...Was the fourth player chosen overall in the 2006 First-Year Player Draft; Luke Hochevar (Royals), Greg Reynolds (Rockies) and Evan Longoria (Rays) were selected ahead of him...Was ranked by Baseball America as the Pirates third-best prospect prior to the 2007 season and rated by the same publication as having the “Best Fastball” and the “Best Curveball” in the organization...Was named to the Cape Cod League All-Star team as a starter while playing for the Bourne Bears in the summer of 2005...Also named to the All-Cape Cod League Team as a utility player - went 3-1 with a 1.32 ERA and 56 strikeouts in 54.0 innings and tallied six home runs and 25 RBI with the Bears that summer. PERSONAL: Brad Eric Lincoln...Is a 2003 graduate of Brazoswood High School in Clute, TX, where he lettered in baseball...Was also a quarterback on the football team...Named to All-County, All-State and All-District teams in baseball his senior year...Was named to the All-Greater Houston Area team in 2003...Also played three years of baseball at the University of Houston...Compiled a career record of 19-11, a 3.30 ERA (286.1ip/105er) and 293 strikeouts in his three seasons...Also hit .295 (66-for-224) with 12 doubles, 14 home runs and 53 RBI in 61 games with the Cougars...Finished collegiate career with 293 strikeouts, ranking third in Houston’s career list..Went 12-2 with three complete games, two shutouts and a 1.69 ERA (127.2ip/24er/152so) in 17 starts as a junior in 2006...Captured Conference USA Pitcher-of-the-Year honors as a junior in 2006 and was named to the All-Conference USA First-Team a both a pitcher and designated hitter...Was the winner of the Brooks Wallace Award, given to college baseball’s top player, and the 20th annual Dick Howser trophy as the 2006 College Baseball Player-of-the-Year...Was a semi-finalist for the Roger Clemens Award (College Baseball’s Pitcherof-the-Year)...Was rated by Baseball America as the third-best pitcher in the 2006 First-Year Player Draft...Was signed by Pirates scout Everett Russell...Participated in PirateFest this past January.

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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L 2006 GCL Pirates 0-0 Hickory 1-2 2007 2008 Hickory 5-5 Lynchburg 1-5 2009 Altoona 1-5 Indianapolis 6-2 2010 Indianapolis 7-5 Pittsburgh 1-4 Minor League Totals 21-19 Major League Totals 1-4 ERA 0.00 6.75 4.65 4.75 2.28 4.70 4.12 6.66 4.03 6.66 G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB 2 2 0 0 0 7.2 6 1 0 0 0 1 4 4 0 0 0 16.0 25 15 12 2 1 6 INJURED - MISSED ENTIRE SEASON 11 11 0 0 0 62.0 72 34 32 8 2 6 8 8 1 0 0 41.2 42 24 22 5 1 11 13 13 1 1 0 75.0 63 22 19 4 2 18 12 12 0 0 0 61.1 72 37 32 7 1 10 17 17 0 0 0 94.0 83 47 43 9 7 24 11 9 0 0 0 52.2 66 42 39 9 5 15 67 67 2 1 0 357.2 363 180 160 35 14 76 11 9 0 0 0 52.2 66 42 39 9 5 15 SO WP BK 9 0 0 10 1 0 46 1 29 0 65 3 42 2 84 4 25 1 285 11 25 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 0

POST-SEASON

HISTORY

Selected by Texas in 2003 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign. Selected by Pittsburgh in 2006 First-Year Player Draft (1st round - 4th pick overall).

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
PITCHER PCT G GS PO 2010 1.000 11 9 6 CAREER 1.000 11 9 6 A E 7 0 7 0 TC DP TP 13 0 0 13 0 0
YEAR 2010

HITTING TOTALS
AVG .400 AB 15 15 H 6 6 HR 0 0 RBI 3 3 CAREER .400

DEVELOPMENT

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
June 9, 2010 at Washington

FIRST M.L. HIT: 6/9/10 (John Lannan - 1B) FIRST M.L. RBI: 6/9/10 AB SINCE LAST HIT: 0

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
June 30, 2010 at Chicago (NL)

AFFILIATES

LINCOLN HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 6 K’s, 6/30/10 at Chicago (NL)...Reliever: 3 K’s, 9/30/10 at Florida. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 7.0 IP, 6/30/10 at Chicago (NL)...Reliever: 1.0 IP (twice), 9/30/10 at Florida & 9/22/10 vs. St. Louis.

GENERAL

MOST WALKS: Starter: 3 BB, 6/15/10 vs. Chicago (AL)...Reliever: 1 BB, 9/22/10 vs. St. Louis. LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 1 game (6/30/10). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 2 games, twice (7/6 to 7/25/10 & 6/15 to 6/25/10).
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JEFF locKE
lEFT-HAndEd PITcHER
AGE: 23 BORN: 11/20/87 in North Conway, NH RESIDES: Center Conway, NH HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-1/214 BATS/THROWS: L/L

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M.L. SERVICE: None OBTAINED: From Atlanta, 6/3/09, along with pitcher Charlie Morton and outfielder Gorkys Hernandez in deal for outfielder Nate McLouth

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AWARDS & HONORS:

2010 Florida State League All-Star (mid-season). 2007 Appalachian League All-Star (post-season).

2010 SEASON: Went 12-5 with a 3.56 ERA, 139 strikeouts and just 26 walks in 27 total starts between Class-A Bradenton and Double-A Altoona...Led organization in strikeouts and shared lead in wins with Jared Hughes and Rudy Owens...Established minor league career highs in wins, strikeouts and innings pitched (144.0) while matching high in starts...Was named to Florida State League mid-season All-Star team...Began season with Bradenton and went 0-1 with a 5.19 ERA (8.2ip/5er) in his first two starts...Struck out season-high 10 batters while winning third start on 4/21 vs. Jupiter...Went 5-1 with a 2.15 ERA (37.2ip/9er) in seven starts from 4/21 thru 5/21, dropping ERA to a season-low 2.72...Suffered last loss with Bradenton on 6/1 vs. Lakeland...Won his last four decisions with the Marauders and walked just three batters in his final six starts (33.2ip)...Was promoted to Altoona on 7/12 and was victorious in first Double-A start on 7/16 at Harrisburg (5.0ip/0r)...Received three straight no-decisions despite giving up a total of five earned runs in 18.0 innings of work (2.50 ERA)...Suffered first Double-A loss on 8/6 at Harrisburg...Pitched in front of nearly 1,000 family, friends and people from his hometown of North Conway, NH, on 8/18 at Portland and tossed 7.0 scoreless innings for the win...Went 2-0 with a 0.96 ERA (18.2ip/2er) in three starts from 8/18-28...Suffered loss in last regular season start on 9/2 at Bowie (5.0ip/7er)...Went 1-0 with a 1.54 ERA in two starts during Altoona’s Eastern League Championship run...Picked up win in Game Two of the Championship Series against Trenton on 9/15. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Went 5-8 with a 4.59 ERA (127.1ip/65er) in 17 combined starts between Myrtle Beach (Braves’ A) and Lynchburg...Established career high in starts...Began season with Myrtle Beach and allowed three or fewer runs in seven of his 10 starts with the Pelicans...Tossed 7.0 scoreless innings and allowed just two hits while winning lone game with Myrtle Beach on 5/1 vs. Salem...Failed to pitch out of the 1st inning (0.2ip) and gave up seven runs in final start with Pelicans on 5/30 at Wilmington...Was acquired by Pittsburgh on 6/3 and remained in the Carolina League to pitch with Lynchburg...Received back-to-back no-decisions before winning his third start on 6/19 vs. Kinston (6.0ip/3r/0er)...Lost his next four decisions thru 7/25...Went 3-0 with a 2.58 ERA (45.1ip/13er) in his final eight regular season starts; was charged with one earned run or less in six of those eight starts...Made two starts during the Carolina League playoffs, but did not factor in any decisions for league champion Lynchburg club. 2008: Spent entire season with Rome (Braves’ A)...Lost his first two decisions and seven of his first eight thru 6/3...Won first game in sixth start on 5/1...Made lone relief appearance on 5/29 vs. Asheville (7.0ip/3er)...Posted a 3.26 ERA (30.1ip/11er) in five starts during the month of June...Won three straight decisions from 6/20 thru 7/7, but then lost three straight starts from 7/12-23...Pitched 6.0 scoreless frames while winning final game on 8/6...Tossed first professional complete game on 8/13 vs. Hagerstown in game one of a doubleheader (7.0ip/2er). 2007: Spent entire season with Danville in the short-season Appalachian League...Was named to the league’s post-season All-Star team and was named Danville’s Pitcher-of-the-Year by the Atlanta organization...Also garnered Baseball America’s post-season All-Star team accolades...Tied for second in the league in wins and strikeouts...Ranked third in the league with an 11.2 strikeout/per 9.0ip ratio ...Also ranked fourth in the circuit in ERA and fifth among starting pitchers in the Atlanta farm system...Suffered loss in first start on 6/19 vs. Burlington...Picked up first and only pro save in second outing on 6/22 vs. Bluefield (2.0ip/2er)...Won each of his last seven decisions and was charged with two earned runs or less in each of his final 10 starts...Walked a season-high two batters on 7/16 vs. Elizabethton....Dropped ERA from 3.67 to 2.66 over last five starts after giving up just four earned runs in 26.2ip. 2006: Spent first professional season with the Gulf Coast League Braves after beinig selected by Atlanta in the second round of the June draft...Made pro debut in relief and pitched 2.0 scoreless innings for the win on 6/29 vs. GCL Indians...Lost three straight decisions from 7/5-26...Won his last three decisions and surrendered just one earned run in his final four appearances (14.0ip)...Went 3-0 with a 1.29 ERA (14.0ip/2r/1er) in five starts and 13 with a 6.50 ERA (18.0ip/13er) in five relief outings. MISC: Has been part of championship teams the last two seasons - Eastern League champion Altoona in 2010 and Carolina League champion Lynchburg in 2009...Has made 68 straight starts since making his last relief appearance (7.0ip) on 5/29/08 while pitching with the Rome Braves...Began 2009 season rated by Baseball America as Atlanta’s 7th-best prospect...Was ranked by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s 13th-best prospect prior to the 2010 season and as the 8th-best prior to 2011...Also rated by same publication as having the “Best Changeup” in the Pirates system. PERSONAL: Jeffrey Alan Locke...Is a 2006 graduate of A. Crosby Kennett High School in North Conway, NH, where he played baseball...Was nicknamed the “Redstone Rocket” in high school because he lived in the redstone section of his hometown.

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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
CLUB W-L GCL Braves 4-3 Danville 7-1 Rome 5-12 Myrtle Beach (1) 1-4 Lynchburg 4-4 2010 Bradenton 9-3 Altoona 3-2 Minor League Totals 33-29 YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 ERA G 4.22 10 2.66 13 4.06 25 5.52 10 4.08 17 3.54 17 3.59 10 3.89 102 GS CG SHO SV IP 5 0 0 0 32.0 11 0 0 1 61.0 24 1 0 0 139.2 10 0 0 0 45.2 17 0 0 0 81.2 17 0 0 0 86.1 10 0 0 0 57.2 94 1 0 1 504.0 H R 38 18 48 23 150 75 47 31 98 44 82 42 57 24 520 257 ER HR HP 15 4 1 18 2 3 63 6 4 28 1 5 37 4 1 34 6 7 23 5 4 218 28 25 BB 5 8 38 26 18 14 12 121 SO WP BK 38 1 1 74 7 0 113 8 1 43 6 0 56 2 0 83 0 0 56 3 1 463 27 3

GENERAL

Selected by Atlanta in 2006 First-Year Player Draft (2nd round). (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Atlanta, 6/3/09, along with pitcher Charlie Morton and outfielder Gorkys Hernandez, in deal for outfielder Nate McLouth.
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lEFT-HAndEd PITcHER

PAUl MAHolM
M.L. SERVICE: 5 years, 37 days OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 1st round selection (8th pick overall) in 2003 FirstYear Player Draft

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AGE: 28 (turns 29 on June 25) BORN: 6/25/82 in Greenwood, MS RESIDES: Hattiesburg, MS HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-2/220 BATS/THROWS: L/L

AWARDS & HONORS:

Pittsburgh’s Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year in 2005. Participated in 2005 Major League Baseball Futures Game in Detroit.

2010 SEASON: Spent fifth straight full season as a starter in Pittsburgh rotation...Set a career high in starts and led staff in wins, innings pitched and strikeouts...Went 8-5 with a 3.52 ERA (117.2ip/46er) in 18 starts against teams from the N.L. Central and 1-10 with a 7.85 ERA (67.2ip/59er) in his other 14 starts (his only win outside the division came against the World Champion Giants on 6/5)...Left five games with a lead only to have the bullpen suffer a blown save...Ranked second behind Roy Halladay (231) in hits allowed among all National League pitchers...Also tied for second in losses behind Arizona’s Rodrigo Lopez (16) and ranked second in runs allowed behind Lopez (126)...Suffered a loss in first start on 4/8 vs. Los Angeles (6.0ip/4er)...Picked up first victory in third start on 4/18 vs. Cincinnati (6.2ip/2er)...Pitched 7.0 innings and gave up four runs in a 4-3 loss to Roy Oswalt at Houston on 4/23...Was staked to a 3-0, 1st-inning lead in Milwaukee on 4/28, but gave up three runs in the home half of the opening frame en route to a no-decision (7.0ip/4er)...Gave up two runs in 6.0ip and won second game on 5/4 vs. Chicago (NL)...Tossed 7.0 scoreless innings, but received a no-decision in Pittsburgh’s 2-1 win at Cincinnati on 5/25...Posted a 1.78 ERA (25.1ip/5er) in a four-start stretch from 5/25 thru 6/12, dropping ERA to a season-low 3.67...Had shortest career start on 6/23 at Texas; gave up two runs in the 1st inning and was charged with five runs in the 2nd inning without retiring a Paul and his wife, Jessica, have been associated with the batter...Rebounded to pitch 8.0 innings while winning a 2-1 decision at Wrigley Gilda’s Club of Western PA for four years Field on 6/28...Gave up eight runs in his next start (3.0ip+) on 7/3 vs. Philadelphia - his shortest career start at PNC Park...Tossed second career shutout (9-0) and fourth complete game on 7/18 vs. Houston...Had career-high 16.0-inning scoreless streak snapped on 7/23...Lost back-to-back starts on 7/23 and 7/29 before winning a 7-6 decision vs. Cincinnati on 8/3...Lost six straight decisions from 8/8 thru 9/15...Won his last two starts on 9/21 vs. St. Louis and 9/26 vs. Houston...Had a 6-7 record and a 4.03 ERA (114.0ip/51er) after tossing his three-hit shutout on 7/18...Went 3-8 with a 6.81 ERA (71.1ip/54er) in his last 13 starts, which included a 2-1 record and a 2.92 ERA (24.2ip/8er) in his final four assignments...Went 5-for-56 (.089) with seven sacrifice bunts at the plate...Picked up his first hit on 6/28 at Chicago, snapping an 0-for-38 streak...Hit safely in four of his five starts between 7/23 and 8/14. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Led Pittsburgh pitching staff in strikeouts and ranked second in innings pitched behind Zach Duke (213.0)...Went 1-1 with a 1.01 ERA (35.2ip/4er) while making five starts on six or more days of rest...Led staff in wild pitches...Was Pittsburgh’s Opening Day starter; allowed two runs (one earned) in 6.2 innings and received a no-decision on 4/6 at St. Louis...Also singled and walked twice at the plate in first start...Picked up first win in second start on 4/11 at Cincinnati (7.0ip/1er)...Went 3-0 with a 2.97 ERA in his first six starts thru 5/4...Was in line for fourth win, but bullpen suffered blown save in 8th inning on 5/4 vs. Milwaukee...Suffered first loss on 5/9 at New York (5.0ip/7er), his shortest outing since 5/3/08...Also connected off John Maine for first Major League home run on 5/9...Pitched 7.0 scoreless innings and was in line for victory on 5/15 vs. Colorado, but Matt Capps gave up three runs in the 9th in 3-1 loss...Also received a no-decision on 5/20 at Washington (6.0ip/1er)...Pitched season-low 4.0 innings and was charged with seven earned runs in a no-decision at Chicago (NL) on 5/25...Suffered 2-1 loss to Houston’s Mike Hampton at PNC Park on 5/31 (7.0ip/2r/1er)...Picked up second road win on 6/6 at Houston - his first road victory since 4/11...Gave up career-high 14 hits and surrendered eight runs while losing an 8-2 decision at Minnesota on 6/16 (5.0ip+)...Snapped personal two-game losing streak with victory vs. Kansas City on 6/27 (7.0ip/2er)...Surrendered a 5-0 lead and received a no-decision in 9-8 Bucco loss in 10 innings vs. New York on 7/2 (4.1ip/11h/6er)...Won final start prior to the All-Star break, giving up two runs in 6.0ip at Houston on 7/7...Allowed one unearned run in 8.0ip, but received a no-decision in battle against Tim Lincecum on 7/17 at PNC Park (Pirates won the game 2-1 in 14 innings)...Gave up seven runs (two homers) in 4.2ip on 7/22 vs. Milwaukee (ND)...Lost three straight decisions from 7/27 thru 8/13...Gave up one run in 7.2ip while winning seventh game on 8/19 vs. Milwaukee; also snapped an 0for-25 streak at the plate with a double off David Weathers in the contest...Gave up three runs in the 1st inning and four runs in 5.0ip and lost a 6-3 decision on 9/1 at Cincinnati (game two)...Struck out seven batters, including career strikeout #500, in a nodecision vs. St. Louis on 9/6...Pitched 8.0 scoreless innings while winning eighth game on 9/13 at Houston...Had 11.0-inning scoreless streak snapped while suffering ninth loss in 4-0 setback on 9/20 vs. San Diego (6.0ip/3r/2er)...Received a no-decision in final start on 9/26 vs. Los Angeles (7.0ip/3er); left game with a 4-3 lead, but Dodgers went on to win 8-4...Went 2-2 with a 2.89 ERA in his last seven starts, beginning on 8/19...The Pirates went 15-16 in his 31 starts...Went 4-for-58 (.069) with a double, homer and two RBI as a batter.
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2008: Established career highs in strikeouts and innings pitched in third full season with Pittsburgh...Ranked 12th in the National League in innings pitched - third among lefties behind Johan Santana (234.1) and Cole Hamels (227.1)...His 3.11 ERA (144.2ip/50er) from 5/31 thru the end of the season was the ninth-lowest among all N.L. pitchers and fourth-lowest among lefthanders behind CC Sabathia (1.65), Santana (2.13) and Hamels (3.04)...Pitched 6.0 innings or more in 20 straight starts from 5/8 thru 8/24 and in 26 of his 31 starts overall...Struck out comedian/actor Billy Crystal in spring training game on 3/13 at Legends Field; Crystal signed a one-day minor league contract with the Yankees and led off the game as the designated hitter...Whiffed nine batters in his first start on 4/5 at Florida but suffered the loss...Tossed second career complete game on 4/27 vs. Philadelphia; threw just 99 pitches in 5-1 victory...Went 0-3 in five-start stretch from 5/3-25...Won consecutive starts on 5/31 at St. Louis and 6/5 vs. Houston...Reached base safely in eight of his nine games from 4/22 thru 6/5, which included a three-game hitting streak from 5/15 to 6/5...Took a 4-1 lead into the 7th inning against Washington on 6/10 before surrendering three solo home runs in the frame; ended up with a no-decision in Pittsburgh’s 7-6 loss...Gave up two solo homers in his next start on 6/15 at Baltimore (6.0ip/2er) and left game with a 4-2 lead, but received a no-decision in Bucs 5-4, 10-inning victory...Also left game in Cincinnati on 6/30 with a 3-2 lead (7.0ip/2er), but Matt Capps surrendered walkoff home run to Ken Griffey Jr. in 4-3 loss...Also batted 8th in the game on 6/30 - the first time since April 18, 1957 that a Pittsburgh starting pitcher did not bat 9th...Pitched 8.0 innings and gave up two runs while winning sixth game on 7/10 vs. New York (AL)...Started first game of the second half on 7/17 at Colorado and suffered 5-3 loss (6.0ip/5er) - had 3-0 lead after three innings...Pitched 8.0 innings and gave up just one run while winning seventh game on 7/22 at Houston...Struck out nine batters and gave up just one run in 7.0ip, but received no-decision vs. Jake Peavy on 7/27 at PNC Park...Singled and tallied RBI on 8/2 at Chicago (NL)...Struck out career-high 10 batters while pitching 7.0 scoreless frames in a no-decision at Philadelphia on 8/8...Tosssed 8.0 innings (2 runs) while winning eighth game on 8/13 vs. Cincinnati...Surrendered home runs to left-handed hitting Corey Patterson and Jay Bruce on 8/13 - the first time he gave up a pair of homers to lefties in the same game in his career...Received a no-decision (6.0ip/2er) in matchup against CC Sabathia (6.0ip/1er) at Milwaukee on 8/24 (Pirates tied the game in the 9th before losing in 12)...Snapped string of 20 straight starts with at least 6.0ip when he gave up six runs in 5.2 innings in loss vs. Milwaukee on 8/30 - it was the longest such streak by a Pittsburgh pitcher since Rick Rhoden in 1986 (21 games)...Pitched 8.0+ innings and gave up two runs while winning ninth game on 9/12 vs. St. Louis; also went 2-for-4 with two RBI in the game and had two hits in one inning - the first Bucco pitcher to do so since Kip Wells 8/24/02 at Milwaukee...Gave up just three hits and three runs in 7.0ip, but walked a career-high six batters in a no-decision vs. Los Angeles on 9/18...Gave up two hits, but walked six batters again and suffered 4-2 loss in final start on 9/24 at Milwaukee (6.0ip/3er)...Went 8-for-65 (.123) with three RBI at the plate. 2007: Set career high in victories...Went 5-0 with a 2.15 ERA while pitching on four days of rest, 5-10 with a 5.07 ERA with five days of rest and 0-5 with a 9.12 with six or more days of rest...Went 7-5 with a 5.02 ERA (86.0ip/48er) in final 14 starts after going 3-10 with a 5.01 ERA (91.2ip/51er) in first 15 starts thru 6/20...Led staff in complete games...Tied for third in the league in losses...Suffered a loss in first outing on 4/6 at Cincinnati after allowing four runs in 5.0 innings of work...Dropped second straight decision on 4/18 at Milwaukee...Scattered three hits while tossing first career shutout and complete game in a 3-0 decision against Houston’s Woody Williams at PNC Park on 4/24...Lost five straight decisions from 5/15 thru 6/9 and was 2-9 with a 5.33 ERA after his first 13 starts...Held the White Sox to one run in 7.0 innings while snapping five-game losing streak with a 4-2 win at PNC Park on 6/15...Retired 15 of his last 16 batters he faced and picked up fourth win after allowing two runs in 7.2 innings while beating Dontrelle Willis at Dolphin Stadium on 6/26...Allowed three runs or less in five of his six starts during the month of July...Won backto-back starts for the first time on 7/21 and 7/26...Tossed second complete game on 8/13 vs. San Francisco (game one); allowed just three hits and one run in 3-1 victory...Won three straight starts from 8/13-23...Missed scheduled start on 9/3 and made just two starts in September due to a sore lower back...Surrendered 10 runs in 2.2ip at Houston on 9/16 and suffered 15th loss - the first Pittsburgh pitcher to give up 10 runs in a start since Jimmy Anderson on 8/3/01 at Colorado...Pitched a season-low 2.0+ip in final start on 9/21 at Chicago (NL) and surrendered seven runs (six earned) while receiving a no-decision...Allowed a team-high 31 runs in the 1st inning...The Pirates went 12-17 in his 29 starts...Went 11-for-59 (.186) at the plate with a double and five RBI. 2006: Spent first full season in the Major Leagues with Pittsburgh...Finished third among National League rookies in starts...Also ranked third among N.L. rookies in innings pitched and fifth in strikeouts...Ranked second among National League hurlers with 11 caught stealings (teammate Zach Duke had a league-leading 12 caught stealings)...Allowed a total of 29 first inning runs, which ranked fifth among all National League pitchers...Scattered one run in 7.0ip and won first game of season on 4/29; a 3-2 victory over Philadelphia’s Cory Lidle at PNC Park...Allowed just one run in 6.0 innings of work but took the loss in 6-0 setback to New York’s Tom Glavine on 5/4 at Shea Stadium...Served up just one home run over eight outings (48.1ip) from 4/29 thru 6/6...Snapped his three-game losing streak with an 11-1 win over John Maine at New York on 7/3...Tossed 6.2 scoreless innings and picked up fifth victory in combined 7-0 shutout vs. St. Louis on 8/13 at PNC Park...Won each of his last four decisions and went 5-1 in his last 10 starts, beginning with victory in Milwaukee on 7/26...Missed final two weeks of season with rotator cuff tendinitis...Surrendered 18 of his 19 home runs to right-handed batters (Minnesota’s Jason Kubel was the only left-handed batter to take him deep on 6/17)...Tallied first Major League RBI while going 2-for-3 on 6/28 vs. Chicago (AL)...The Pirates went 14-16 in his 30 starts. 2005: Went 7-3 with a 3.30 ERA in 22 minor league starts with Altoona (AA) and Indianapolis (AAA) and was named Pittsburgh’s Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year...Began season with Altoona and received a no-decision in first start on 4/9 at Reading...Picked up first Double-A win on 4/14 vs. Erie (6.0ip/2r/0er)...Surrendered six runs (two homers) in 2.1 innings of work on 4/26 at Erie and suffered first loss...Was on disabled list with a strained left groin from 5/3-17...Posted a 2.35 ERA (15.1ip/4er) in four starts during the month of May and went 3-0 with a 2.61 ERA (38.0ip/11er) in six starts the following month...Pitched season-high 8.0 innings and struck out season-high eight batters on 6/30 at Portland...Was placed on temporary inactive list on 7/2 due to the passing of his mother...Won each of his last five decisions with Altoona...Surrendered two earned runs or less in 12 of his 16 Double-A starts...Participated in MLB Futures Game in Detroit on 7/10...Was promoted to Indianapolis on 7/22...Made Triple-A debut on 7/25 and suffered loss to Columbus (5.0ip/4r/2er)...Picked up lone win with Indy on 7/30 at Buffalo...Had contract purchased by Pittsburgh on 8/27...Made Major League debut as a starter on 8/30 at Milwaukee and tossed 8.0 shutout innings for the win...Also singled off
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Doug Davis for first big league hit in second at bat...Became first Pittsburgh pitcher to win his Major League debut since Joe Beimel did so on 4/8/01 and fell 1.0 inning shy from becoming the first Bucco to twirl a shutout in his Major League debut since Erv Kantlehner did so on April 17, 1914...Received no-decision in second start on 9/6 vs. Arizona...Scattered four hits in 8.0 scoreless frames and won second game in a combined 4-0 shutout vs. Cincinnati on 9/17...Lost lone decision on 9/23 at Los Angeles (NL)...Allowed two runs in 6.2 innings and won final start on 9/28 at Chicago (NL)...Held opponents to a .209 average (31-for-148) and surrendered just two hits to left-handed batters in 23 at bats (.087). 2004: Attended first Major League training camp as a non-roster invitee with Pittsburgh, but did not see action in any games...Began season with Lynchburg (A)...Allowed two earned runs or less in seven of his eight starts with the Hillcats...Gave up just one run, but came away with a no-decision in first outing on 4/9 vs. Frederick...Dropped first decision (5.2ip/2er) on 4/14 vs. Wilmington (game one)...Was victorious for first time on 4/25 vs. Salem...Allowed one unearned run while suffering the first of back-to-back losses on 4/30...Was struck in the face on a line drive and suffered a broken nose and a fracture of the orbital bones on 5/15 vs. Winston-Salem...Returned to action on rehab with GCL Pirates and allowed one run in 4.0 innings of relief on 7/27 against the GCL Red Sox...Was activated from the disabled list on 8/13 and was assigned to Hickory (A)...Dropped final two starts of the season...Went 1-5 with a 3.43 ERA (60.1ip/23er) in 12 combined games (11 starts) with three different teams. 2003: Made professional debut with Williamsport in the New York-Penn League after being selected by Pittsburgh in the first round of the June draft (8th pick overall)...Started and allowed two runs in his first pro contest on 7/24 at Mahoning Valley (3.0ip)...Tossed 3.2 scoreless frames in his next start before picking up first victory on 8/5 at Staten Island (5.0ip/1h/0r/8so)...Went 1-0 with a 1.84 ERA (14.2ip/3er) in his first four starts...Did not allow an earned run in back-to-back starts on 8/22 at Lowell (5.0ip) and 8/27 vs. Staten Island (7.2ip)...Produced a 1.09 ERA (24.2ip/6r/3er) in five starts during the month of August...Surrendered just one home run (came in first game)...Held opponents to a .197 (25-for-127) average. MISC: Has made more starts (153) than any other left-handed pitcher in the National League in the last five seasons (2006-2010) and only Cole Hamels (945.1) has pitched more innings than Maholm (940.0) among N.L. southpaws in that time...Has gone 3023 in his career at PNC Park and ranks second behind Zach Duke (31-31) in all-time victories at the ballpark...Was the first member of Pittsburgh’s 2003 draft class to make it to the Major Leagues. PERSONAL: Paul G. Maholm (pronounced “mah-HALL-uhm”)...Wife’s name is Jessica...One son; Wyatt (4/28/08)...Is a 2000 graduate of Germantown (TN) High School, where he played baseball...Was named Memphis’ Best-of-Preps Player-of-the-Year his senior season...Was all-state and was named an All-American honorable mention by USA Today...Was a three-year letterman while pitching at Mississippi State...Went 27-10 with a 3.55 ERA (312.0ip/123er) in 46 games (44 starts) with the Bulldogs...Was named to the first-team Freshman All-American squad in 2001...Was second-team All-SEC and was named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers (NCBWA) All-America third-team in 2002...Also tossed six complete games during his sophomore campaign...Was selected as a pre-season All-American by Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball in 2003...Also named to the first-team AllSoutheastern Conference squad after going 9-2 with a 2.76 ERA (107.2ip/33er) during his junior season...Also led Mississippi State to a berth in the NCAA Regional Finals...Was ranked by Baseball America as the ninth-best pitcher in the 2003 free agent draft and the 17th-best overall prospect...Signed by Pirates scout Everett Russell...Participated in team’s annual Winter Caravan for four years (2006-09)...Was the Pirates 2009 Roberto Clemente Award Winner for his community service...He and his wife participated in both the Miracle League Grand Opening and the Pirates Wives Build-A-Bear Workshop for the Homeless Children’s Initiative in 2009...Also teamed up with the Gilda's Club of Western Pennsylvania for their fourth annual "BBQ with the Bucs" party in 2010; to which he presented a donation of $25,000.

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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L 2003 Williamsport 2-1 2004 Lynchburg 1-3 GCL Pirates (#) 0-0 Hickory 0-2 2005 Altoona 6-2 Indianapolis 1-1 Pittsburgh 3-1 2006 Pittsburgh 8-10 2007 Pittsburgh 10-15 2008 Pittsburgh 9-9 2009 Pittsburgh 8-9 2010 Pittsburgh 9-15 Minor League Totals 10-9 Major League Totals 47-59 ERA 1.83 1.84 2.25 9.49 3.20 3.53 2.18 4.76 5.02 3.71 4.44 5.10 3.10 4.48 G 8 8 1 3 16 6 6 30 29 31 31 32 42 159 GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP 8 0 0 0 34.1 25 11 7 1 0 8 0 0 0 44.0 39 11 9 2 1 0 0 0 0 4.0 5 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 12.1 17 14 13 2 3 16 0 0 0 81.2 73 32 29 5 3 6 0 0 0 35.2 40 19 14 2 1 6 0 0 0 41.1 31 10 10 2 3 30 0 0 0 176.0 202 98 93 19 12 29 2 1 0 177.2 204 110 99 22 6 31 1 0 0 206.1 201 89 85 21 9 31 0 0 0 194.2 221 102 96 14 6 32 1 1 0 185.1 228 119 105 15 9 41 0 0 0 212.0 199 88 73 12 8 159 4 2 0 981.1 1087 528 488 93 45 BB 10 15 1 10 26 12 17 81 49 63 60 62 74 332 SO 32 28 2 12 75 21 26 117 105 139 119 102 170 608 WP BK 1 0 3 0 0 0 4 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 5 0 2 1 11 1 2 0 12 1 23 3

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment Selected by Minnesota in 2000 First-Year Player Draft (17th round), but did not sign. Selected by Pittsburgh in 2003 First-Year Player Draft (1st round - 8th pick overall).
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MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
August 30, 2005 at Milwaukee

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
August 30, 2005 at Milwaukee

HITTING TOTALS
YEAR 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CAREER AVG .133 .109 .186 .123 .069 .089 .117 AB 15 55 59 65 58 56 308 H 2 6 11 8 4 5 36 HR 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 RBI 0 2 5 3 2 0 12

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
PITCHER PCT G GS PO A 2005 1.000 6 6 1 6 2006 .962 30 30 10 41 2007 .973 29 29 4 32 2008 .949 31 31 7 30 2009 .960 31 31 9 39 2010 .938 32 32 12 33 CAREER .957 159 159 43 181 E TC DP TP 0 7 0 0 2 53 2 0 1 37 1 0 2 39 2 0 2 50 3 0 3 48 2 0 10 234 10 0

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FIRST M.L. HIT: 8/30/05 (Doug Davis - 1B) FIRST M.L. RBI: 6/28/09 HOME RUNS: (1), 5/9/09 at NY (John Maine) AB SINCE LAST HIT: 9

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MAHOLM HIGHLIGHTS
LOW-HIT GAME: TWO-HITTER, 4/27/08 vs. Philadelphia. SHUTOUTS: (2), 7/18/10 vs. Houston & 4/24/07 vs. Houston. MOST STRIKEOUTS: 10 K’s, 8/8/08 at Philadelphia. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: 9.0 IP (4 times), last on 7/18/10 vs. Houston. MOST WALKS: 6 BB (twice), 9/24/08 at Milwaukee & 9/18/08 vs. Los Angeles (NL). LONGEST SCORELESS INNINGS STREAK: 16.0 IP (7/9 to 7/23/10). LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 4 games, twice (5/31 to 7/10/08 & 8/13 to 9/15/06). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 6 games (8/8 to 9/15/10).

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PITTSBURGH PITCHERS WHO HAVE HOMERED (SINCE 1991)
Vernon Law (11) is the all-time team leader in home runs hit by a Bucco pitcher. Here’s the last 15 hurlers to go yard: PLAYER Paul Maholm Matt Morris Kip Wells John Van Benschoten Kip Wells Jeff D’Amico Kip Wells Dave Williams Omar Olivares Jason Schmidt Danny Darwin Denny Neagle Denny Neagle Tim Wakefield Bob Walk DATE & OPPONENT May 9, 2009 at New York (NL) August 4, 2007 vs. Cincinnati August 19, 2005 at Philadelphia August 23, 2004 vs. Arizona April 25, 2003 vs. Los Angeles (NL) August 20, 2003 at St. Louis May 3, 2002 at San Diego April 12, 2002 vs. Chicago (NL) June 29, 2001 at Montreal June 27, 2001 vs. Milwaukee May 29, 1996 vs. Houston June 27, 1995 at Chicago (NL) - GRAND SLAM July 25, 1994 vs. Chicago (NL) July 7, 1993 at Houston April 14, 1991 at Chicago (NL) PITCHER John Maine Bobby Livingston Robinson Tejeda Casey Fossum Odalis Perez Garrett Stephenson Ben Howard Jason Bere Troy Mattes Jimmy Haynes Alvin Morman Jim Bullinger Willie Banks Mark Portugal Danny Jackson

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M.L. SERVICE: 1 year, 123 days OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 1st round selection (11th pick overall) in 2005 FirstYear Player Draft

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AGE: 24 BORN: 10/10/86 in Fort Meade, FL RESIDES: Lakeland, FL HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 5-10/188 BATS/THROWS: R/R

AWARDS & HONORS:

Baseball America’s 2009 Major League Rookie-of-the-Year. Named to Topps’ 2009 Major League All-Rookie Team. Participated in 2008 MLB Futures Game in New York (AL). 2008 International League All-Star (mid-season). 2008 Triple-A All-Star Game MVP. Pittsburgh’s Minor League Player-of-the-Year in 2006. 2006 South Atlantic League All-Star (mid-season & post-season).

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2010 SEASON: Led Pirates in hits, doubles, triples, runs, walks and stolen bases during first full season in the Major Leagues...Led all National League center fielders with a .363 on-base percentage...Ranked second among N.L. center fielders in hits behind Chicago’s Marlon Byrd (168) and second in runs (93) as a CF behind Arizona’s Chris Young (94)...Hit .302 (57-for-189) in 53 games from the third spot of the starting lineup, .279 (19-for-68) in 17 games from the second spot and .278 (87-for-313) in 82 games from the leadoff spot...Made 152 starts in center field and ranked third with 386 total chances...Had eight assists and committed five errors (three fielding/two throwing)...His 33 stolen bases were the most by a Pittsburgh player since Tony Womack swiped 58 in 1998...Was Pittsburgh’s Opening Day starter in center field and went 1-for-4 with a double and two runs scored...Tallied three hits in his second game on 4/7 vs. Los Angeles...Connected off Edwin Jackson for first home run of the season on 4/11 at Arizona...Was successful in each of his first six stolen base attempts before being caught for the first time on 4/17 vs. Cincinnati...Reached base safely in 11 straight games from 4/10-22...Hit safely in five straight games from 4/24-28, going 11-for-26 (.423) and raising average from .254 to .303...Had four hits and homered twice on 4/28 at Milwaukee...Left McCutchen partnered with the City of Pittsburgh on the game on 5/2 at Los Angeles after suffering a mildly sprained right Pepsi Refresh Grant Program in 2010 ankle in a play at first base in the 3rd inning...Sat out the game on 5/4...Produced four straight multi-hit games after returning to action on 5/5, going 9-for-13 and raising average from .288 to .333 on 5/8...Had career-high five hits and scored career-high five runs on 5/14 at Chicago (NL) - the first Bucco with at least five hits and five runs in the same game since Rennie Stennett went 7-for-7 with five runs at Chicago on 9/16/75...Reached base safely in 24 of his 28 games in May while batting .327...Had four hits on 6/5 vs. San Francisco to raise season average to .320; hit .266 (97for-364) from that point on...Tied career high (second time) with three stolen bases on 6/15 vs. Chicago (AL)...Went 6-for-35 (.171) in his 10 games leading up to the All-Star break...Hit safely in six straight games after the break and in eight of his first nine...Left game on 7/18 with neck soreness after making catch in 8th inning and missed the next six games...Connected off Cincinnati’s Johnny Cueto for fifth career leadoff home run on 8/4 at PNC Park...Homered in back-to-back games on 8/18-19 and went deep three times in a four-game span from 8/16-19...Reached base safely in 24 straight games from 9/4-29 and in 27 of his final 28...Led off the bottom of the 1st inning with a home run off Arizona’s Daniel Hudson on 9/19 for his sixth career leadoff home run...His throwing error on 9/24 snapped a 68-game errorless streak; his second-longest streak behind a 74-gamer in 2009 from 7/11 thru 10/4. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Was named Major League Rookie-of-the-Year by Baseball America...Finished fourth in the voting for the MLB Jackie Robinson Rookie-of-the-Year award...Also named to Topps’ Major League All-Rookie team...Led Pirates in run scored and stolen bases despite not playing first Major League game until 6/4...Led all National League rookies with 47 extra-base hits...Also ranked second among N.L. rookies in multi-hit games (36), runs, walks and total bases (204)...Ranked third in RBI, third in stolen bases, third in slugging percentage (.471), third in doubles, fifth in batting and fourth in on-base percentage among N.L. rookies...Also tied for fourth in home runs...Led all N.L. rookies with 10 outfield assists, the most by a rookie outfielder since Atlanta’s Jeff Francoeur had 13 in 2005...Had three separate hitting streaks of 10 or more games; a 13-game streak from 6/11-25, a 12-game streak from 8/17-30 and a 10-game streak from 9/13-23 - the first Bucco rookie to have three hitting streaks of 10 or more games since Richie Zisk in 1973 (10, 10 and 12 games)...Led off all 108 games he played and ranked third among N.L. leadoff hitters in RBI and fifth in slugging percentage...Ranked third among N.L. leadoff hitters in home runs behind Jimmy Rollins (18) and Alfonso Soriano (14)...Hit .600 (6-for-10) with the bases loaded to rank third among N.L. players behind Todd Helton (.625) and Kaz Matsui (.625)...Hit four home runs leading off the 1st inning - the first Pittsburgh rookie to do so and the first Bucco overall with four since Al Martin hit six in 1999...Began season with Triple-A Indianapolis where he made 47 starts in center field and one in left field (4/25 at Columbus)...Hit .304 in 29 games in May, which included a four-hit game on 5/14 at Rochester...Hit safely in last seven games with Indy, going 13-for-31 (.419) with two homers, four RBI and six runs scored...Hit .361 against left-handed pitchers and .279 against right-handed pitchers while playing with Indy...Was selected by Pittsburgh on 6/4 after Nate McLouth was traded to Atlanta...Made Major League debut on 6/4 vs. New York
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and singled off Mike Pelfrey in first at bat; was the leadoff batter and went 2-for-4 with a walk, three runs scored, an RBI and a stolen base in first game while playing center field...Had four hits, including two triples, in 15-inning game at Atlanta on 6/9 - the first Pittsburgh player with two triples in a game since Tike Redman on 8/1/03...Connected off Francisco Liriano for first Major League home run on 6/17 at Minnesota...Tripled in three straight games from 6/19-21 - the first Pittsburgh rookie to do so since Bob Elliott in June 1940...Also tallied five triples in his first 17 big league games; only one player who debuted in Baseball's Integrated Era (1947 to date) had reached five triples in as few games - Jeff Stone, who did it in his first 16 games for the Phillies over the 198384 seasons...Hit safely in career-high 13 straight games from 6/11-25, going 19-for-57 (.333) with 13 RBI...Capped hitting streak with walkoff single vs. Cleveland on 6/25...Went 1-for-18 in his next five games, dropping average from .330 to .284...Committed first error (throwing) on 6/28 vs. Kansas City...Led all Major League players with five triples during the month of June...Also led Pirates with 18 RBI in June...Went 4-for-5 and homered three times on 8/1 vs. Washington - the 10th different Pittsburgh player to hit three home runs in one game and the first since Aramis Ramirez on 4/8/01 at Houston (the first in Pittsburgh since Darnell Coles on 9/30/87 at Three Rivers Stadium)...Also became the first rookie in club history to hit three homers in a game and the second leadoff batter (also Roman Mejias on 5/4/58 at Seals Stadium in SF)...Connected off Craig Stammen for first leadoff homer on 8/1...Was successful in each of his first nine stolen base attempts before being caught for the first time on 8/2 (Wil Nieves)...Hit second leadoff homer in three games when he went deep off Washington’s Garrett Mock on 8/3...Started 54 consecutive games in center field before missing first game on 8/5...Walked three times and swiped three bases on 8/11 at Colorado...Hit safely in 12 straight games from 8/17-30, going 16-for-48 (.333) with three homers, nine RBI and nine runs scored...Hit first career walkoff homer in 6-4 victory vs. Philadelphia on 8/25 (off Brad Lidge)...Had four RBI and fell a triple shy of hitting for the cycle on 8/28 at Milwaukee...Led Pirates in homers (eight) and RBI (19) in August...Walked four times on 9/1 at Cincinnati...Connected off Cincinnati’s Johnny Cueto for fourth leadoff home run on 9/22...Picked up team-leading 10th outfield assist on 9/23 vs. Cincinnati...Reached base safely in 20 of his last 21 games, hitting safely in 18 (29-for-82, .354)...Started 108 of the last 109 games in center field...Led club with 20 infield singles (one bunt base hit)...Was named the 2009 Roberto Clemente Award winner by the Pittsburgh chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America; an award presented annually since 1973 to the team MVP. 2008: Spent entire season with Indianapolis...Took home International League mid-season All-Star honors and was also named the Triple-A All-Star Game MVP...Ranked third in the International League in walks and games played, seventh in stolen bases, tied for ninth in hits and 10th in on-base percentage (.372)...Made 120 starts in center field, nine in left field and one as the designated hitter...Hit eight of his nine home runs before the All-Star break and seven of his nine homers came from the leadoff spot in the batting order...Was batting .194 (6-for-31) following the action on 4/10 before hitting safely in his next 13 games to raise average to .294 on 4/25...Reached base safely in 27 straight games from 4/7-5/5; hit .309 (34-for-110) with 20 runs scored and 14 RBI during the streak...Hit .304 (34-for-112) with six doubles, two home runs and 16 runs scored while being named Indianapolis’ Player-of-theMonth for May...Also swiped 12 bases in the month of May, which ranked second among all Triple-A players...Committed just one error in his first 88 games before being charged with a miscue in back-to-back games on 7/8-9...Represented the Pirates at the Major League Baseball Futures Game in New York on 7/13 (went hitless in two at bats)...Was named the International League’s Top Star at the Triple-A All-Star Game after going 2-for-2 with two RBI...Hit .318 (35-for-110) from 8/1 thru remainder of the season. 2007: Hit .265 (136-for-513) with 24 doubles, three triples, 11 home runs, 53 RBI and 21 stolen bases in 121 combined games between Double-A Altoona and Indianapolis...Began season with Altoona...Went hitless in first 15 at bats before going 3-for-4 with three runs scored on 4/13 vs. Reading...Hit .189 (14-for-74) in April and .230 (26-for-113) in May...Hit first two home runs on consecutive days on 5/5 and 5/6 vs. Akron...Legged out first of two inside-the-park home runs on 5/21 at Akron (the first by a Curve player since Garrett Long on 7/28/00)...Went 5-for-7 in 6/2 doubleheader vs. Reading...Recorded second inside-the-park home run on 8/5 vs. New Hampshire...Reached base safely in final 20 games with the Curve before being promoted to Indianapolis on 8/17...Hit safely in 15 of his 17 games with the Indians, posting hits in each of first seven contests and eight straight games to end the season...Smacked first Triple-A home run on 8/19 at Charlotte...Hit .286 (28-for-98) with five doubles, two triples, four RBI, eight stolen bases and 13 runs scored in 29 games for Phoenix Desert Dogs in Arizona Fall League...Was named to the Arizona Fall League Rising Stars team and Arizona Fall League All-Prospect Team. 2006: Was named Pittsburgh’s Minor League Player-of-the-Year...Also took home South Atlantic League mid and post-season AllStar honors...Was the starting center fielder for the Northern Division in the SAL All-Star Game...Hit .294 (156-for-531) with 17 home runs, 74 RBI and 23 stolen bases in 134 combined games between Hickory (A) and Altoona...Established minor league career highs in home runs and RBI...Put together hitting streaks of 11 games (5/20-30) and 12 games (7/30-8/13) while playing with Hickory...Reached base safely in 28 straight games from 7/13 thru 8/13...Posted a .352 average (43-for-122) in his final 31 games with the Crawdads...Was promoted to Altoona on 8/15 and became the youngest player in Curve history (19 years, 10 months)...Hit .375 (15-for-40) in his first 10 Double-A games and reached base safely in each of his first 15 contests...Finished season by combining to hit .335 (67-for-200) in his final 51 games between Hickory (31 games) and Altoona (20 games)...Hit .182 (4-for-22) in five Eastern League playoff games. 2005: Hit .310 (65-for-210) with 12 doubles, four triples, two home runs, 35 RBI and 17 stolen bases in 58 combined games between the GCL Pirates and Williamsport (A)...Began professional career in Bradenton after being selected by Pittsburgh in the first round of the June draft (11th overall selection)...Ranked second in the Gulf Coast League in runs, walks and on-base percentage (.411)...Went 1-for-3 with an RBI in professional debut on 6/27 vs. the GCL Reds...Went 5-for-5 with two doubles, a triple, three RBI and two runs scored on 7/8 against the GCL Red Sox...Batted .307 (23-for-75) in 21 games during the month of July...Hit first professional home run on 8/12 vs. the GCL Red Sox...Hit second of two home runs with GCL Pirates on 8/22 against the GCL Twins...Hit .420 (21-for-50) against lefthanders while playing with GCL Bucs...Was promoted to Williamsport following the conclusion of the GCL season...Hit safely in each of his first seven games with the Crosscutters, going 13-for-29 (.448)...Went 1-for-5 in Williamsport debut on 8/26 at Aberdeen...Went 4-for-6 with a triple, two RBI and two runs scored on 8/27 at Aberdeen...Went 2-for-8 with an RBI in two post-season games with Williamsport...Was successful in 17 of his 19 stolen base attempts between 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MISC: Was named the best centerfielder in the game by MLB Network this past January...Was rated by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s 2nd-best prospect and as the club’s “Best Athlete” entering the 2009 season...Was also rated by the same publication as the club’s #1 prospect and “Best Sthlete” prior to the 2008 and 2007 campaigns (2nd-best in 2006)...Has also been recognized by the same publication as being the best defensive outfielder in Pittsburgh’s minor league system four straight years (2006-09)...Was named the International League’s “Most Exciting Player” in the August 2008 edition of Baseball America...Was selected by MLB.com as the #15 prospect in Minor League Baseball following the 2006 season...Was also named the South Atlantic League’s Most Outstanding Prospect by the league’s managers and was tabbed by Baseball America as the top prospect in the S.A.L. by the league’s managers and scouts following the 2006 campaign. PERSONAL: Andrew Stefan McCutchen...Is a 2005 graduate of Fort Meade (FL) High School, where he played baseball, football and ran track...Hit .709 with eight doubles, three triples, 16 home runs and 42 RBI as a senior at Fort Meade High School...Was ranked by Baseball America as the third-best five-tool talent among high school players prior to the 2005 draft...The same publication also listed him as the second-best pure hitter, second-fastest baserunner, fifth-best defensive player and the second-closest player to the major leagues among high school players...Was also ranked as the top player available in the draft from the state of Florida by Baseball America...Was named the 2005 Gatorade Player-of-the-Year for the state of Florida…Was also named to the AFLAC AllAmerican team in 2004...Was ranked among the top 200 football players in his state and earned first-team all-county honors as a sophomore…As a freshman on the track team, he was a member of the 4x100 relay team which won the state title...Also earned first team all-county honors as an eighth grader and freshman for Fort Meade High School as a baseball player...In eighth grade, he led Polk County, FL, in hitting...Signed by Pirates scout Rob Sidwell...Partnered with the City of Pittsburgh in 2010 on the Pepsi Refresh Project...Was part of team’s annual caravan the past two Januarys and has attended the last three PirateFest events.

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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB 2005 GCL Pirates Williamsport 2006 Hickory Altoona 2007 Altoona Indianapolis 2008 Indianapolis 2009 Indianapolis Pittsburgh 2010 Pittsburgh Minor League Totals Major League Totals AVG .297 .346 .291 .308 .258 .313 .283 .303 .286 .286 .287 .286 G AB R 45 158 36 13 52 12 114 453 77 20 78 12 118 446 70 17 67 7 135 512 75 49 201 41 108 433 74 154 570 94 376 1455 255 262 1003 168 H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS E 47 9 3 2 30 0 2 3 29 24 13 1 3 18 3 1 0 5 1 0 1 8 6 4 1 0 132 20 4 14 62 0 3 5 42 91 22 7 6 24 4 0 3 12 0 0 1 8 20 1 1 0 115 20 3 10 48 2 3 3 44 83 17 1 3 21 4 0 1 5 0 1 0 4 11 4 3 0 145 26 3 9 50 1 3 6 68 87 34 *19 3 61 10 8 4 20 0 0 1 17 24 10 2 0 124 26 9 12 54 0 4 2 54 83 22 5 2 163 35 5 16 56 1 7 5 70 89 33 10 5 418 70 19 34 182 3 9 14 152 259 71 16 12 287 61 14 28 110 1 11 7 124 172 55 15 7

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HISTORY

(*)Led League Selected by Pittsburgh in 2005 First-Year Player Draft (1st round - 11th pick overall).

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
DEVELOPMENT
CENTER FIELD PCT G GS PO A E TC DP TP 2009 .993 108 108 263 10 2 275 1 0 2010 .987 152 152 373 8 5 386 2 0 CAREER .989 260 260 636 18 7 661 3 0

LEADOFF HOMERS (6)
DATE PITCHER
August 1, 2009 vs. Washington ..Craig Stammen August 3, 2009 vs. Washington ......Garrett Mock August 27, 2009 vs. Philadelphia ........J.A. Happ Sept. 22, 2009 vs. Cincinnati ........Johnny Cueto August 4, 2010 vs. Cincinnati ........Johnny Cueto Sept. 19, 2010 vs. Arizona ..........Daniel Hudson

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
June 4, 2009 vs. New York (NL)

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
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FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HR
DATE PITCHER
June 17, 2009 at MIN ..........Francisco Liriano

WALKOFF HOMERS (1)
DATE PITCHER
August 25, 2009 vs. Philadelphia ....Brad Lidge

AFFILIATES

June 4, 2009 vs. NY..............Mike Pelfrey - 1B

A. McCUTCHEN HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 3 HR, 8/1/09 vs. Washington. MOST HITS/GAME: 5 hits, 5/14/10 at Chicago (NL). MOST RBI/GAME: 6 RBI, 8/1/09 vs. Washington. MOST SB/GAME: 3 SB (twice), 6/15/10 vs. Chicago (AL) & 8/11/09 at Colorado. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 7 games
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AGE: 28 (turns 29 on September 26) BORN: 9/26/82 in McKinney, TX RESIDES: San Antonio, TX HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-2/208 BATS/THROWS: R/R

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M.L. SERVICE: 129 days OBTAINED: From New York (AL), 7/26/08, along with pitchers Jeff Karstens and Ross Ohlendorf and outfielder Jose Tabata in deal for outfielder Xavier Nady and pitcher Damaso Marte

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AWARDS & HONORS:

Selected to play for Team USA in World Cup (did not play due to promotion to Majors). 2007 Florida State League All-Star (mid-season & post-season).

2010 SEASON: Began season in Pittsburgh’s starting rotation, but didn’t make first start until sixth team game on 4/11 at Arizona...Threw 60 pitches in an intra-squad game in Bradenton, FL, on 4/6 before suffering loss in first outing with Bucs (3.1ip/9er)...Was optioned to Triple-A Indianapolis on 4/12, but did not appear in a game before being recalled on 4/17...Received a no-decision in second start on 4/17 vs. Cincinnati (4.0ip/3er)...Gave up six runs in 3.2 innings in third start on 4/22 vs. Milwaukee (Pirates lost the game, 20-0)...Made first Major League relief appearance on 4/24 at Houston and pitched a scoreless frame...Was optioned to Indianapolis on 4/25...Gave up one run in 7.0ip while winning first Triple-A start on 4/29 at Pawtucket...Lost three of his next four decisions thru 5/31...Won back-to-back starts on 6/5 and 6/10 before losing consecutive starts on 6/15 and 6/21...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 6/26 and suffered loss as a starter that night at Oakland (6.0ip/4er)...Won first game with Pirates on 7/1 vs. Philadelphia (5.1ip/2r/1er)...Suffered fourth loss on 7/7 at Houston (5.0ip/4er)...Was optioned to Indianapolis on 7/8...Went 0-3 with a 4.42 ERA in three starts with Indy before being recalled a third and final time by Pittsburgh on 7/31...Suffered loss as a starter at St. Louis on 7/31 (5.2ip/4r/3er)...Made eight straight relief appearances (9.1ip/2er) before making next start (his eighth) on 8/25 vs. St. Louis; pitched 6.0 scoreless innings for his second win with the Pirates...Tossed 11.2 scoreless frames over six games from 8/17-9/1...Was then scored upon in eight of his final 10 appearances (16.2ip/14er - 7.56 ERA)...Made final outing as a starter on 10/1 McCutchen volunteered to stuff bags for the at Florida and received a no-decision (4.0ip/1er) in Pittsburgh’s 5-1 victory...Went 1-for-14 with YMCA Domestic Violence shelter in 2010 two sac bunts at the plate; singled off Cincinnati’s Johnny Cueto for lone hit on 4/17 (went hitless in last 10 at bats). N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Spent majority of season with Triple-A Indianapolis, where he was named the team’s MVP...Tied for International League lead in victories and ranked eighth in ERA...Led club in starts, innings pitched and strikeouts...His 13 wins were the most by an Indy pitcher since Horacio Estrada led the league with 14 in 2000...Led all Pittsburgh farmhands in wins and ranked second in strikeouts...Was named Indianapolis’ MVP...Went 0-1 with a 2.45 ERA (11.0ip/3er) in first two Triple-A starts before winning third outing on 4/22 at Toledo...Went 4-5 with a 4.33 ERA (68.2ip/33er) in first 12 starts thru 6/15...Won five straight starts from 6/22 thru 7/20...Suffered last loss on 7/25 vs. Buffalo (6.0ip/5r/1er)...Tossed 7.0 scoreless innings while winning 10th game on 7/30 at Norfolk...Pitched season-high 7.2 innings on 8/10 vs. Columbus...Was named International League Pitcher-of-the-Week after going 2-0 with 12 K’s and a 0.00 ERA (13.2ip) during the week of August 10-16...Struck out season-high eight batters on 8/20 vs. Louisville...Won nine of his final 10 decisions with Indianapolis and went 5-1 with a 1.90 ERA (52.0ip/11er) in eight starts after the All-Star break...Was selected to play for Team USA in the World Cup, but was replaced by Brad Lincoln due to his promotion to the big leagues...Was selected by Pittsburgh on 8/31 and made Major League debut that afternoon at Cincinnati (game one); surrendered home run to Drew Stubbs on second pitch he threw and went on to post a no-decision (6.0ip/3er) in 4-3 Bucco loss...Also tallied RBI-single off Kip Wells in first big league at bat...Surrendered a pair of home runs to Derrek Lee and suffered first career loss (4-2) in second start on 9/7 vs. Chicago; also pitched career-high 7.0 innings in the game...Gave up four runs in 5.0ip and lost second decision on 9/14 at Los Angeles...Gave up a first-inning home run to Adrian Gonzalez and three runs in 6.0ip in no-decision vs. San Diego on 9/21...Won first Major League game in final start on 10/2 at Cincinnati (6.1ip/1er)...Pitched at least 6.0 innings in five of his six starts with Pittsburgh and the club posted a 2-4 record in his starts...Combined to pitch 179.0 innings between Triple-A and the Majors (previous season high was 171.1ip in 2008)...Went 1-for-11 with an RBI at the plate with the Pirates, going hitless in his last 10 at bats. 2008: Went 11-12 with a 3.57 ERA (171.1ip/68er) in 28 combined starts between Trenton (Yankees’ AA), Scranton-Wilkes Barre (Yankees’ AAA) and Indianapolis...Attended spring training as a non-roster invitee with New York and began season with Trenton...Was charged with two earned runs or less in seven of his nine starts with the Thunder...Struck out seven batters over 5.0 scoreless innings and won first start on 4/5 at Binghamton...Tossed 7.0 scoreless frames while picking up second win on 4/15 vs. Altoona...Whiffed a career-high 12 batters while improving record to 3-1 on 4/25 vs. New Britain...Ranked first among Eastern League pitchers with a 1.42 ERA and was fifth in strikeouts (31) at the end of April...Ranked fifth in the Eastern League with a 2.52 ERA before being promoted to Scranton-Wilkes Barre on 5/21...Walked two batters or less in 10 of his 11 starts with Scranton...Suffered loss in Triple-A debut on 5/24 vs. Indianapolis (6.1ip/3er)...Lost each of his first four starts before tossing a six-hit shutout in 9-0 win on 6/14 at Norfolk...Lost his next two starts to drop record to 1-6 despite allowing three earned runs or less in five of his first seven starts with Scranton...Struck out 10 batters while tossing a five-hit shutout vs. Syracuse on 7/5...Won each of his final three games with Scranton...Was acquired by Pittsburgh from New York as part of a six-player deal on 7/26 and was assigned to Indianapolis...Worked at least 6.0 innings in six of his eight starts with the Indians while allowing two walks or less in seven of the outings...Lost first two starts before allowing two runs in 7.0 innings of work in win vs. Buffalo on 8/6...Served up four home runs in loss vs. Louisville on 8/27...Pitched 7.0 shutout innings in final outing while picking up the win on 9/1 at Louisville.
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2007: Went 14-4 with a 2.47 ERA in 27 combined games (23 starts) between Tampa (Yankees’ A) and Trenton...Tied for second in the New York organization in wins and ranked fifth in ERA...Began season with Tampa and won each of his first five decisions...Pitched season-high 8.0 innings and gave up season-high 13 hits while winning fifth game on 6/4...Suffered first loss with Tampa on 6/9...Won four straight starts from 6/14-30 and posted a 0.72 ERA (25.0ip/2er) in that time...Went 5-1 with a 3.32 ERA (38.0ip/14er) in six starts during the month of June...Suffered second loss on 7/5...Gave up just one run in 13.0ip and went 2-0 in his last three games with Tampa...Made lone relief appearance (5.0ip/0r) in last game with Tampa on 7/22 at Lakeland...Was promoted to Trenton on 8/1 and pitched 5.0 scoreless innings in his first game with the Thunder that night at Binghamton (no-decision)...Suffered loss in second start on 8/6 (5.0ip/1er)...Won his next three starts from 8/11-22...Pitched 7.0 shutout frames while posting second victory with Trenton on 8/17 at Connecticut...Went 0-1 with a 3.75 ERA (12.0ip/5er) in his last two starts. 2006: Went 2-0 with a 1.86 ERA in nine games (two starts) during first professional season...Began season with Staten Island in the New York-Penn League...Tossed 3.0 scoreless innings in first of two starts on 6/24 and picked up first pro win in second and final start with Staten Island on 6/29 (5.0ip/1er)...Was promoted on 7/1 to Charleston (Yankees’ A), where he pitched exactly 3.0 innings in all seven of his relief appearances...Gave up two runs while making first professional relief appearance on 7/4...Was charged with just one earned run in his last four appearances (12.0ip - 0.75 ERA)...Won lone game with Charleston on 7/26 vs. West Virginia and earned lone save on 7/31 vs. Lexington. MISC: Was recognized by Baseball America as having the “Best Changeup” in the Pittsburgh organization prior to the 2010 season...Recorded lone professional save on 7/31/06 vs. Lexington while pitching with Charleston...Was tabbed by Baseball America as having the “Best Control” among Florida State League pitchers in 2007. PERSONAL: Daniel Thomas McCutchen...Wife’s name is Sarah...Is a 2001 graduate of Norman (OK) High School, where he was named to The Oklahoman’s 2001 Big All-City team as a senior...Also played running back and cornerback for his high school football team and ran track...Was drafted by the Yankees out of the University of Oklahoma, where he ranked among the school’s all-time leaders in strikeouts...Was also named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
CLUB W-L Staten Island 1-0 Charleston 1-0 2007 Tampa 11-2 Trenton 3-2 2008 Trenton 4-3 Scranton/WB (1) 4-6 Indianapolis 3-3 2009 Indianapolis t 13-6 Pittsburgh 1-2 2010 Pittsburgh 2-5 Indianapolis 4-8 Minor League Totals 44-30 Major League Totals 3-7

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HISTORY

YEAR 2006

ERA 1.13 2.14 2.50 2.41 2.55 3.58 4.69 3.47 4.21 6.12 3.99 3.24 5.45

G GS CG SHO SV IP 2 2 0 0 0 8.0 7 0 0 0 1 21.0 17 16 0 0 0 101.0 7 7 0 0 0 41.0 9 9 0 0 0 53.0 11 11 2 t 2 0 70.1 8 8 0 0 0 48.0 24 24 0 0 0 142.2 6 6 0 0 0 36.1 28 9 0 0 0 67.2 13 13 0 0 0 79.0 98 90 2 2 1 564.0 34 15 0 0 0 104.0

H R ER HR HP BB 4 1 1 1 0 1 13 5 5 2 0 5 86 29 28 7 4 21 30 11 11 2 1 12 43 16 15 4 1 18 73 32 28 10 1 11 49 25 25 12 2 7 145 63 55 10 3 29 38 17 17 6 1 11 83 48 46 13 2 28 71 35 35 12 6 19 514 217 203 60 18 123 121 65 63 19 3 39

SO WP BK 11 0 0 18 0 0 67 1 0 36 2 0 52 3 0 58 0 0 41 0 0 110 5 0 19 0 0 38 2 0 39 0 1 432 11 1 57 2 0

DEVELOPMENT

(t)Tied for League Lead Selected by New York (AL) in 2003 First-Year Player Draft (47th round), but did not sign. Selected by Tampa Bay in 2004 First-Year Player Draft (29th round), but did not sign. Selected by St. Louis in 2005 First-Year Player Draft (12th round), but did not sign. Selected by New York (AL) in 2006 First-Year Player Draft (13th round). (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from New York (AL), 7/26/08, along with right-handed pitchers Ross Ohlendorf and Jeff Karstens and outfielder Jose Tabata, in deal for outfielder Xavier Nady and pitcher Damaso Marte.

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
PITCHER 2009 2010 CAREER PCT G GS PO A 1.000 6 6 3 4 .955 28 9 9 12 .966 34 15 12 16 E TC DP TP 0 7 0 0 1 22 2 0 1 29 2 0

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
August 31, 2009 at Cincinnati (game 1)

HITTING TOTALS
YEAR AVG AB 11 14 25 H HR RBI 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 2009 .091 2010 .071 CAREER .080

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
October 2, 2009 at Cincinnati

AFFILIATES

FIRST M.L. HIT: 8/31/09 (Kip Wells - 1B) FIRST M.L. RBI: 8/31/09 AB SINCE LAST HIT: 10

D. McCUTCHEN HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 5 K’s (4 times), last on 8/25/10 at St. Louis...Reliever: 3 K’s (twice), 9/18/10 vs. Arizona & 8/11/10 at San Diego. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 7.0 IP, 9/7/09 at Chicago (NL)...Reliever: 4.1 IP, 8/8/10 vs. Colorado. MOST WALKS: Starter: 6 BB, 7/31/10 at St. Louis...Reliever: 3 BB, 8/29/10 at Milwaukee. LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 1 game, three times (8/25/10, 7/1/10 & 10/2/09). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 3 games (4/11 to 6/26/10).
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AGE: 26 BORN: 10/19/84 in Long Beach, CA RESIDES: Long Beach, CA HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-4/200 BATS/THROWS: R/R

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M.L. SERVICE: 1 year, 80 days OBTAINED: Acquired from Los Angeles (NL), 7/31/10, along with outfielder Andrew Lambo, in deal for pitcher Octavio Dotel

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2008 Los Angeles (NL) Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year. 2008 Southern League All-Star (mid-season). 2007 Los Angeles (NL) Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year. 2007 California League All-Star (mid-season).

2010 SEASON: Began season with Albuquerque (Dodgers’ AAA)...Allowed one run in 5.0 innings and received a no-decision on Opening Day at Oklahoma City; the Isotopes won 6-3 in 13 innings...Left his start on 4/18 after 1.0 inning and was placed on the disabled list the next day with a broken finger nail on his right hand...Earned first win of the season in first game off disabled list with 5.0 scoreless innings on 4/29 vs. Round Rock...Was charged with only loss after allowing three runs in 5.0 innings on 5/4 at Memphis...Allowed seven runs in 5.2ip, but came away with a no-decision in 12-11 loss at Salt Lake...Went 5-0 in final seven Triple-A starts...Worked 5.0 scoreless innings and earned the win on 5/26 vs. Reno...Was placed on the disabled list the next day with a right hamstring strain...Began a rehab assignment with the Arizona League Dodgers on 6/22...Allowed one earned run in a combined 5.2 innings over two starts on rehab...Was reinstated from the disabled list on 7/1...Allowed a combined five earned runs in 17.0 innings in final three starts with Albuquerque...Was recalled by the Dodgers on 7/19...Made lone start with Los Angeles that night vs. San Francisco and suffered the loss (5.0ip/9h/4r/4er)...Made final three appearances in relief for the Dodgers before being acquired by Pittsburgh on 7/31...Made first start with Pirates on 8/5 vs. Colorado and struck out career-high eight batters while pitching 6.0 scoreless frames in 5-1 victory...Suffered loss in his next start on 8/11 at San Diego (4.2ip/4er) before winning a 7-1 decision vs. Florida on 8/16 (7.0ip/1er)...Walked McDonald at a holiday event at Pirate City in career-high five batters in a 5-1 loss vs. New York (NL) on 8/21...Lost three Bradenton, Florida in December 2010 straight starts from 8/21 thru 9/1...Tossed 7.0 scoreless innings in a 5-0, combined shutout vs. Atlanta on 9/7...Pitched a career-high 8.0 innings, but received a no-decision in Pittsburgh’s 1-0 loss in 10 innings at New York (NL) on 9/13...Tossed 20.0 consecutive scoreless innings between 9/1-18 - the longest such streak by a Bucco pitcher since Zach Duke in 2005 (22.0ip)...Went 2-1 with a 1.80 ERA (30.0ip/6er) in his last five starts and posted a 2.31 ERA (35.0ip/9er) in six starts after giving up six runs on 8/27 at Milwaukee...Went 4-6 with a 4.02 ERA in 15 combined games (12 starts) with the Dodgers and Pirates...Went 1-for-20 at the plate with Pittsburgh and 1-for-21 overall...Doubled off Arizona’s Barry Enright for first Major League hit on 9/18 at PNC Park; snapped an 0-for-26 start to his batting career. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Entered season ranked as the second-best prospect in the Dodgers minor league system by Baseball America...Was tabbed by the same publication as having the “Best Changeup” and “Best Control” among Los Angeles farmhands...Was a member of the Opening Day roster for the first time in his career and spent majority of season with the Dodgers...Suffered the loss while making first career start on 4/10 at Arizona (2.1ip/9h/5r/5er/3bb/2so)...Made one appearance in relief before moving back into the starting rotation for the remainder of April...Worked 4.1 scoreless innings in second start on 4/19 vs. Colorado...Earned first big league win in his next outing on 4/25 at Colorado...Walked four batters and was charged with three runs in 1.2 innings in final start on 4/30 vs. San Diego...Moved to the bullpen, where he went 4-4 with a 2.78 ERA (58.1ip/18er) in 48 appearances...Posted a 2.08 ERA (4.1ip/1er) for the month of May after being scored upon in just one of his five appearances...Was optioned to Albuquerque on 5/14...Struck out 10 batters in a no-decision on 6/8 vs. Oklahoma City...Tossed 7.0 scoreless innings while striking out 13 batters while also earning the win in final outing with the Isotopes on 6/14 at Round Rock...Was named the Pacific Coast League Pitcher-of-the-Week for the week of 6/8-15...Was recalled by the Dodgers on 6/19 and spent the remainder of the season in the big leagues...Worked a season-high 3.0 innings of scoreless relief on 9/15 vs. Pittsburgh; the Dodgers won the game in the 13th on a walkoff home run by Andre Ethier. 2008: Was named the Dodgers’ Branch Rickey Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year for the second straight year after going 7-4 with a 3.26 ERA in 27 combined games (26 starts) between Double-A Jacksonville and Triple-A Las Vegas...Was charged with three earned runs or less in 22 of his 26 starts...Entered the season ranked as the seventh-best propsect in the Dodgers organization by Baseball America...Was also voted as having the “Best Changeup” and the “Best Tools” by Southern League managers and coaches in Baseball America’s annual “Best Tools” survey...Ranked second in the Southern League in ERA and ninth in strikeouts...Was named to the Southern League mid-season All-Star team...Earned Southern League Pitcher-of-the-Week honors for the week of 5/5-11 after going 1-0 with a 1.38 ERA (13.0ip/2er) in two starts...Posted a 2-1 record and 3.82 ERA (33.0ip/14er) in six starts during the month of May and shared Jacksonville’s Dodger Pride Award for the month along with righthander Jesus Castillo...Was promoted to Las Vegas on 8/4...Was promoted to the big leagues on 9/1...Struck out two of the three batters he faced in 1.0 scoreless inning of work in his Major
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League debut on 9/17 at Pittsburgh...Worked a combined 6.0 scoreless innings in four games during the final month of the regular season...Was on the Dodgers’ Division Series roster but did not appear in a game...Also tossed a combined 5.1 scoreless innings in two appearances in the N.L.C.S. against the Phillies...Struck out five batters in 3.1 innings in Game Two on 10/10. 2007: Was named the Dodgers’ Branch Rickey Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year after going 13-9 with a 3.07 ERA and 168 strikeouts in 26 combined appearances (25 starts) between Jacksonville and Single-A Inland Empire...Was also named to the California League mid-season All-Star team...Went 4-0 with a 1.84 ERA (29.1ip/6er) in five starts while being named the Dodgers’ Minor League Pitcherof-the-Month for May; led all Dodgers farmhands with 35 strikeouts while also allowing six walks...Tossed a combined 14.0 shutout innings in back-to-back starts on 5/5 and 5/11...Took a no-hitter into the seventh inning of his 5/27 start against Rancho Cucamonga before allowing a leadoff single; also struck out 11 batters in the game...Whiffed 13 batters in only 5.1 innings on 6/24 vs. San Jose...Took home Dodgers’ Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Month honors for July after going 3-2 with a 2.45 ERA (25.2ip/7er) in five games between Jacksonville and Inland Empire...Won four straight starts from 7/29 to 8/14; posted a 1.57 ERA (23.0ip/4er) and 38 strikeouts during the stretch...Was named to Baseball America’s Minor League All-Star team following the season. 2006: Spent entire season with Single-A Columbus...Was named the South Atlantic League Pitcher-of-the-Week for the week of 8/28 to 9/4...Ended the season without allowing a run in his last 20.0 innings. 2005: Began season as an outfielder with Rookie Level Ogden...Went 19-for-83 (.229) with three doubles, one triple, eight RBI and 12 runs scored in 28 games...Made first pitching appearance on 8/28 and allowed two runs in 2.0 innings of relief...Was scored upon twice in his four appearances as a pitcher. 2004: Hit .224 (28-for-125) with two doubles, one triple, 10 RBI and 15 runs scored in 46 games as an outfielder with the Gulf Coast League Dodgers...Went 22-for-70 (.314 average) in a combined 28 games during the first two months of the season before hitting .109 (6-for-55) in 18 games in August. 2003: Made professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Dodgers...Started and suffered the loss (3.0ip/3r) in professional debut on 6/26 vs. the GCL Braves (game two). MISC: Made big league debut at PNC Park on 9/17/08 and struck out two of the three batters he faced in 1.0 scoreless inning of relief...Began professional career in 2003 as a pitcher before playing in the outfield for a majority of the next two seasons, including all of 2004 with the GCL Dodgers...Has a .199 career batting average (53-for-267) with five doubles, two triples and 19 RBI in the minor leagues. PERSONAL: James Zell McDonald...Is a 2002 graduate of Long Beach (CA) Polytechnic High School; the same school that produced Chase Utley and Tony Gwynn...Also played briefly for Golden West College in 2003 before signing his first professional contract...His father, James, played tight end in the NFL for the Los Angeles Rams...Is a first cousin of Darnell McDonald.

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CLUB W-L GCL Dodgers 2-4 Ogden 0-0 Columbus 5-10 Jacksonville 7-2 Inland Empire 6-7 2008 Las Vegas 2-1 Jacksonville 5-3 Los Angeles (NL) 0-0 2009 Albuquerque 1-0 Los Angeles (NL) 5-5 2010 Albuquerque 6-1 Ari. Dodgers (#) 0-0 Los Angeles (NL)(1) 0-1 Pittsburgh 4-5 Minor League Totals 34-28 Major League Totals 9-11 YEAR 2003 2005 2006 2007 ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 3.33 12 9 0 0 0 48.2 39 20 18 3 6 15 47 3 0 1.50 4 0 0 0 0 6.0 4 3 1 0 1 2 9 0 0 3.98 30 22 t2 1 0 142.1 119 72 63 15 11 65 146 12 0 1.71 10 10 0 0 0 52.2 42 14 10 5 2 16 64 1 1 3.95 16 15 0 0 0 82.0 79 37 36 8 5 21 104 3 0 3.63 5 4 0 0 0 22.1 17 9 9 3 3 7 28 0 0 3.19 22 22 0 0 0 118.2 98 47 42 12 6 46 113 4 2 0.00 4 0 0 0 0 6.0 5 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 3.26 6 6 0 0 0 30.1 21 11 11 2 0 14 40 0 0 4.00 45 4 0 0 0 63.0 60 34 28 6 5 34 54 4 0 4.41 12 12 0 0 0 63.1 64 31 31 4 5 24 57 2 0 1.59 2 2 0 0 0 5.2 3 3 1 0 0 3 8 2 0 8.22 4 1 0 0 0 7.2 11 7 7 1 0 5 7 0 0 3.52 11 11 0 0 0 64.0 59 25 25 3 0 24 61 5 0 3.49 119 102 2 1 0 572.0 486 247 222 52 39 213 616 27 3 3.84 64 16 0 0 0 140.2 135 66 60 10 5 64 124 9 0

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (t)Tied for League Lead Selected by Los Angeles (NL) in 2002 First-Year Player Draft (11th round). (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Los Angeles (NL), 7/31/10, along with outfielder Andrew Lambo, in deal for pitcher Octavio Dotel.
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MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
September 17, 2008 at Pittsburgh

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
April 25, 2009 at Colorado

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HITTING TOTALS
YEAR AVG AB 9 21 30 H 0 1 1 HR 0 0 0 RBI 0 0 0 2009 .000 2010 .048 CAREER .033

FIRST M.L. HIT: 9/18/10 (Barry Enright - 2B) AB SINCE LAST HIT: 2

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LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
PITCHER PCT G GS PO A 2008 1.000 4 0 1 1 2009 1.000 45 4 3 3 2010 .933 15 12 6 8 CAREER .957 64 16 10 12 E 0 0 1 1 TC DP TP 2 0 0 6 1 0 15 1 0 23 2 0

HISTORY

McDONALD HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 8 K’s, 8/5/10 vs. Colorado...Reliever: 4 K’s, 8/12/09 at San Francisco.

POST-SEASON

MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 8.0 IP, 9/13/10 at New York (NL)...Reliever: 3.0 IP, 9/15/09 vs. Pittsburgh. MOST WALKS: Starter: 5 BB, 8/21/10 vs. New York (NL)...Reliever: 2 BB (4 times), last on 9/25/09 at Pittsburgh. LONGEST SCORELESS INNINGS STREAK: 20.0 IP (9/1 to 9/18/10). LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 2 games, twice (9/7 to 9/18/10 & 4/25 to 6/29/09). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 3 games (8/21 to 9/1/10).

DEVELOPMENT

PIRATES RECORD BY DECADES
DECADE 1887-1889 1890-1899 1900-1909 1910-1919 1920-1929 1930-1939 1940-1949 1950-1959 1960-1969 1970-1979 1980-1989 1990-1999 2000-2009 2010ALL-TIME W-L 182-208 649-723 938-538 736-751 877-656 812-718 756-776 616-923 848-755 916-695 732-825 774-779 681-936 57-105 9574-9388 PCT. .467 .473 .636 .495 .572 .531 .493 .400 .529 .569 .417 .498 .421 .352 .505
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KYlE McPHERSon
M.L. SERVICE: None OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 14th round selection in 2007 First-Year Player Draft

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AGE: 23 BORN: 11/11/87 in Mobile, AL RESIDES: Creola, AL HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-4/220 BATS/THROWS: S/R

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2010 SEASON: Spent majority of season with Class-A West Virginia; made final two outings with Bradenton...Tied for seventh in the South Atlantic League in wins and 10th in ERA...Established minor league career high in strikeouts (131) and ranked fourth among all Pittsburgh farmhands in that department...Also made career-high 28 appearances and tied career highs in wins and games started...Lost his first two starts with West Virginia...Gave up one run in 7.0ip and picked up first win in fourth start on 4/26 at Kannapolis...Suffered three-game losing streak from 7/4-15...Struck out season-high 11 batters on 7/9 vs. Lexington...Pitched 2.0 scoreless innings while making first relief outing on 7/30 at Lakewood...Went 4-0 with a 1.34 ERA (20.1ip/3er) in his final seven games (two starts) with West Virginia...Posted a 3-0 record and did not surrender a run in five relief appearances with the Power...Made last two outings with Bradenton; tossing 1.2 scoreless frames on 9/1 and 2.1 scoreless innings on 9/4. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

2009: Split season between West Virginia and State College and went 9-5 with a 3.78 ERA in 26 games (21 starts)...Set career high with 126.1 innings pitched...Ranked seventh among Bucco farmhands in ERA...Began season with West Virginia, making five straight relief appearances (13.0ip/8er)...Was victorious in first game on 4/20 at Lexington...Made first start with the Power on 5/10 and won four consecutive decisions between 5/15 and 6/12...Suffered loss in final game with West Virginia on 6/17 vs. Kannapolis. ...Finished season with State College and ranked third among New York-Penn League starters in fewest walks/per 9.0ip (1.31)...Suffered loss in first start with Spikes on 6/22 and then received thee straight no-decisions before winning first game on 7/12 vs. Jamestown...Did not allow a run in back-to-back starts on 8/21 (6.0ip) and 8/28 (6.0ip) and went 2-0 with a 0.95 ERA (19.0ip/2er) in his last three outings...Posted a 2.19 ERA (37.0ip/9er) in his final six starts, dropping ERA from 3.76 to 2.99 with State College. 2008: Spent entire season with State College...Went 0-1 with a 2.25 ERA (28.0ip/7er) in eight relief appearances and 1-2 with a 6.51 ERA (27.2ip/20er) in seven starts...Led New York-Penn League in home runs allowed...Posted a 2.50 ERA (18.0ip/5er) in his first five games thru 7/16...Pitched 3.0 perfect innings and earned first professional save on 8/6 vs. Williamsport...Surrendered just two earned runs in his final four appearances (two starts) while posting a 0.86 ERA (21.0ip). 2007: Went 4-3 with a 3.41 ERA (66.0ip/25er) in 15 total games (13 starts) between the GCL Pirates and State College during first professional season...Led all Pittsburgh farmhands in ERA...Faced 10 batters in his first start on 6/23 at GCL Red Sox and gave up five runs in 1.0ip...Picked up first pro win in second start on 6/28 vs. GCL Red Sox (5.0ip/1er)...Went 3-0 with a 0.00 ERA (21.1ip/4r/0er) in his final five games (three starts) in the Gulf Coast League...Ranked ninth in the GCL in ERA...Suffered loss in first start with State College on 8/24 at Jamestown. MISC: Has gone 18-18 with a 4.31 ERA (309.0ip/148er) in 62 starts during his minor league career and 5-2 with one save and a 2.23 ERA (60.2ip/15er) in 22 relief appearances...Recorded lone save while pitching with State College on 8/6/08.

DEVELOPMENT

POST-SEASON

HISTORY

PERSONAL: Kyle Landon McPherson...Is a 2004 graduate of St. Paul’s Episcopal High School in Mobile, AL...Attended the University of Mobile (AL), where he hit .302 with three doubles, one triple, one homer and 16 RBI as an infielder during his junior season; also went 1-7 with a 6.07 ERA in 14 games (nine starts)...Signed by Pirates scout Darren Mazeroski.

LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK

2007 GCL Pirates State College 2008 State College 2009 West Virginia State College 2010 West Virginia Bradenton Minor League Totals

4-2 0-1 1-3 5-2 4-3 9-9 0-0 23-20

2.61 6.28 4.37 4.94 2.99 3.59 0.00 3.70

12 3 15 13 13 26 2 84

10 3 7 8 13 21 0 62

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 51.2 47 22 15 3 8 0 14.1 20 13 10 1 0 1 55.2 52 29 27 *10 1 0 51.0 53 32 28 3 4 0 75.1 70 27 25 5 3 0 117.2 96 58 47 14 9 0 4.0 2 0 0 0 0 1 369.2 340 181 152 36 25

10 35 3 6 5 41 6 32 11 57 31 124 0 7 66 302

1 1 2 0 0 3 1 8

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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(*)Led League Selected by Pittsburgh in 2007 First-Year Player Draft (14th round).

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AGE: 27 (turns 28 on May 12) BORN: 5/12/83 in Bellevue, WA RESIDES: Bothell, WA HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-0/220 BATS/THROWS: R/R

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M.L. SERVICE: 2 years, 37 days OBTAINED: Selected off Tampa Bay’s Durham roster in Rule Five Draft on 12/6/07

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AWARDS & HONORS:

2010 National League All-Star.

2010 SEASON: Spent first full season in the Majors and was a member of Pittsburgh’s Opening Day roster for the second time (also as a Rule 5 player in 2008)...Was named to the National League All-Star team after going 4-3 with a 1.11 ERA in 40 games prior to the break (did not pitch in the Midsummer Classic in Anaheim)...Ranked fourth among N.L. relief pitchers in innings pitched and seventh in ERA (minimum of 60.0ip)...Was tagged with a blown save, but pitched 2.0 scoreless innings and won second career game on 4/13 at San Francisco (first big league win also against the Giants)...Was scored upon just once in his first 13 games thru 5/5 (17.0ip/1er)...Earned first Major League save on 4/29 at Los Angeles (NL)...Had streak of 15.0 consecutive scoreless innings snapped while suffering first loss on 5/7 vs. St. Louis...Tossed 2.0 scoreless frames and picked up second win on 5/14 at Chicago (NL)...Suffered second blown save on 5/16 at Chicago (NL)...Surrendered first home run of the season on 5/23 to Eric Hinske while suffering third blown save in 3-2, 10-inning win over Atlanta (the homer tied the game in the 8th inning)...Was not charged with an earned run in 13 games from 5/27 thru 6/23 (13.0ip), dropping ERA to 0.66...Had a sacrifice bunt in his first Major League plate appearance on 7/2 vs. Philadelphia...Was named to AllStar team on 7/4 - the same day he earned a win vs. Philadelphia while also Evan Meek poses with a young fan during a Caravan lowering his ERA to 0.96...Singled off Cincinnati’s Jordan Smith for first big league stop in Wheeling, WV hit on 8/3 at PNC Park...Gave up season-high five hits and four runs in 0.1ip at Houston on 8/13 and suffered sixth blown save and fourth loss (entered game in 8th inning with a 1-0 lead)...Earned second save on 8/24 vs. St. Louis...Was hit on his right hand by a line drive off the bat of Ryan Braun on 8/29 at Milwaukee and missed next six games...Returned to action on 9/6 vs. Atlanta and tossed a scoreless inning...Picked up fifth and final win on 9/17 vs. Arizona...Recorded saves in back-to-back appearances on 9/19 vs. Arizona and 9/21 vs. St. Louis...Was named the 2010 Chuck Tanner Award winner by the Pittsburgh chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America; an award created in 2006 that is given to the player who is most cooperative with the media. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Spent majority of season with Pittsburgh...Season was cut short after appearance on 8/11 due to a strained left oblique...Began season with Triple-A Indianapolis...Made four straight scoreless appearances (5.1ip) to start the season and surrendered just one run in his first six outings (8.2ip - 1.04 ERA)...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 4/25 when Craig Hansen went on the disabled list...Threw just two pitches while retiring two batters to end 10-1 victory at San Diego on 4/25...Pitched a career-high 3.0 innings (1 hit/0 runs) on 5/3 vs. Cincinnati...Made four straight scoreless outings with the Bucs after being recalled (5.2ip) and held opposing hitters to a .059 (1-for-17) average before giving up two runs in 1.0ip on 5/5 vs. Milwaukee...Pitched 2.0 scoreless innings on 5/7 at St. Louis...Was scored upon in two straight games on 5/9 (1.0ip/1er) and 5/14 (1.0ip/2er)...Made seven straight scoreless outings from 5/16-31 (6.1ip)...Surrendered grand slam to Carlos Lee at Houston on 6/5 and was charged with three earned runs in 0.1ip in the game...Tied career high with 3.0 innings of relief on 6/8 at Atlanta (0 runs) and then tossed 2.0 scoreless frames in next outing on 6/16 at Minnesota...Surrendered solo home run to first batter he faced on 6/23 vs. Cleveland and then retired the next six batters...Made four straight scoreless outings (4.0ip) before giving up a run in 1.0ip on 7/4 at Florida...Struck out three of the four batters he faced on 7/6 at Houston...Picked up first Major League win on 7/17 vs. San Francisco (Bucs won game 2-1 in 14 innings)...Made six straight scoreless outings from 7/6-21 (6.2ip)...Was scored upon in back-to-back games on 7/23 and 7/25 (2.1ip/6er), raising ERA from 2.41 to 3.63...Suffered lone loss (second career) on 7/23 at Arizona...Suffered blown save on 8/5 vs. Arizona (entered game with 2-1 lead and runners on first and second and one out)...Retired each of the seven batters he faced over a three-game span from 8/8-11 (2.1ip/3so)...Was placed on 15-day disabled list on 8/12 due to a strained left oblique...Was transferred to 60-day D.L. on 8/21...Allowed six of his 10 inherited runners to score and went 0-for-1 in save situations...Held right-handed hitters to a .176 (16-for-91) average...Was reinstated from D.L. on 11/18. 2008: Was a member of the Opening Day roster after being selected by Pittsburgh in the Rule Five Draft...Was scored upon in each of his first three appearances (1.0ip/6er)...Walked five batters in the 12th inning and suffered first Major League loss in the Home Opener vs. Chicago (NL) on 4/7...Made three consecutive scoreless appearances from 4/21-30...Allowed at least one baserunner in each of his nine games with Pittsburgh...Was designated for assignment on 5/4...Was offered back to Tampa Bay, but was acquired for cash considerations and assigned to Double-A Altoona on 5/14...Gave up two runs and suffered loss in first game with Curve on 5/19 at Akron...Made three straight scoreless appearances (6.0ip) from 5/21-27...Struck out four batters in 2.0ip while earning first save with Altoona on 6/3 vs. New Britain...Pitched 2.0 scoreless frames while picking up win on 6/6 vs. Connecticut...Picked up second save in final outing with Altoona on 6/13 at Connecticut...Was scored upon in just two of his last eight Double-A appearances (15.0ip/3er 2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES MEdIA GUIdE

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1.80 ERA) and in three of his nine overall...Was promoted to Indianapolis on 6/17 and tossed a scoreless frame that night vs. Columbus...Suffered back-to-back blown saves on 6/20 (1.0ip/3er) and 6/22 (1.0ip/3er)...Allowed just five earned runs in his final 20 appearances (38.1ip - 1.17 ERA)...Tossed 2.2 scoreless innings and earned first save with Indianapolis on 7/23 vs. Charlotte...Surrendered just one earned run in nine relief appearances (17.2ip) during the month of July and was named Indy’s Playerof-the-Month...Produced team’s longest scoreless innings streak (17.2) from 6/28 thru 7/29...Earned second save on 8/23 at Durham...Did not surrender a home run in his final 20 appearances after giving up his only two on 6/22 vs. Rochester...Held opponents to a .153 (18-for-118) average in his last 18 outings and finished season with three straight hitless appearances (5.1ip/8so)...Allowed three of his 14 inherited runners to score with Indianapolis and went 2-for-6 in save situations...Made 18 appearances with Mazatlan during the Mexican Winter League and went 1-1 with 13 saves and a 2.93 ERA (15.1ip/5er/14so). 2007: Spent entire season with Montgomery (Devil Rays’ AA)...Established minor league career high in appearances...Picked up lone save in second outing on 4/7 vs. West Tenn...Was charged with one earned run and held the opposition to a .171 batting average thru his first six appearances (9.1ip)...Was scored upon in six of his next eight outings (14.1ip/10er) thru 5/31...Recorded first victory on 5/27 at Mississippi...Pitched season-high 2.1 innings on 6/10 at Mobile...Surrendered first of two home runs in 25th game on 7/3; had gone 42.1 innings without allowing a long ball...Picked up second win on 7/4 at Mobile...Suffered lone loss on 7/29 at Birmingham...Did not give up a run in his last nine appearances (14.0ip) and struck out 27 batters in his last 18.0 innings of work...Participated in the Arizona Fall League and went 1-0 with a 0.93 ERA in nine relief appearances with Scottsdale (9.2ip/3h/1r/1er/5bb/9so)...Was selected by Pittsburgh in the Rule Five Draft on 12/6. 2006: Spent majority of season with Lake Elsinore (Padres’ A)...Led staff in games started and strikeouts...Was traded to Tampa Bay organization on 8/24 and finished season with Visalia...Went 6-7 with a 5.14 ERA in 28 games (25 starts) with the two clubs. ...Established minor league career highs in strikeouts and innings pitched...Was charged with two earned runs in his first three starts (13.2ip)...Did not receive a decision until his sixth start; a loss vs. Inland Empire...Lost his first two decisions before picking up first win on 5/20 at High Desert...Gave up first home run in 12th start on 6/4 at Lancaster...Won three straight decisions from 6/15 thru 7/4...Made lone relief appearance with Lake Elsinore on 6/20 at Rancho Cucamonga and recorded the win (5.0ip/1er)...Faced 10 batters and gave up 10 runs while recording just one out on 7/9 at High Desert...Tossed 6.0 scoreless frames vs. Rancho Cucamonga on 7/25, but did not receive a decision...Picked up last win on 8/10 at Rancho (6.0ip/1er)...Suffered loss in final start with Lake Elsinore (0.1ip/7er) on 8/21 at Lancaster...Made last two appearances in relief with Visalia...Struck out six batters, but suffered loss in final outing on 9/2 at Modesto (3.0ip/4er). 2005: Made 13 relief appearances with Beloit (Twins’ A) before being released on 6/22...Was charged with nine earned runs in his first two outings (3.2ip)...Pitched 2.0 scoreless frames in third game on 4/18 vs. Lansing...Suffered lone loss on 4/22 at Clinton. ...Was on D.L. from 5/6 to 5/13...Made back-to-back scoreless appearances on 5/14 and 5/21 before being scored upon in four straight games from 5/27 thru 6/6 (6.2ip/14r/9er)...Pitched season-high 3.0 innings on 6/1 at Burlington...Made final appearance on 6/19 vs. Wisconsin (1.0ip/0r)...Signed by San Diego as a minor league free agent on 9/17. 2004: Began season with Quad City (Twins’ A)...Made three starts before being placed on the disabled list on 4/21...Was reinstated from D.L. on 6/17 and was assigned to Elizabethton in the Appalachian League...Made first outing as a starter and suffered loss on 6/24 at Bristol (game two)...Picked up lone win on 7/6 at Johnson City while pitching in relief...Made back-to-back starts on 7/16 and 7/22, suffering second loss on 7/22 vs. Johnson City (1.1ip/6er)...Also threw four wild pitches in start on 7/22...Made last six appearances in relief...Went 1-0 with a 6.07 ERA (13.1ip/9er) in nine relief outings with Elizabethton. 2003: Made professional debut with Elizabethton after being selected by Minnesota in 11th round of the First-Year Player Draft. ...Led club in victories and ranked third in the Appalachian League in that department...Ranked second on staff in innings pitched and third in strikeouts...Began season in bullpen and picked up first pro win in second outing on 6/22 vs. Bluefield...Made first six appearances in relief and was scored upon in one game (9.0ip/1er)...Earned first professional save on 7/6 vs. Bristol...Was victorious in first start on 7/11 vs. Pulaski (5.0ip/2er)...Suffered lone loss in second start on 7/17 at Bluefield...Won each of his last five decisions...Went 20 with a 1.23 ERA (22.0ip/4r/2er) in four starts during the month of August...Went 6-1 with a 2.79 ERA in eight starts and held opposing hitters to a .172 average in those games...Was ranked by Baseball America as the 11th best prospect in the Appalachian League following the season. MISC: Has gone 11-9 with a 5.05 ERA (171.0ip/96er) in 39 career starts in the minor leagues and 6-4 with six saves and a 4.17 ERA (183.1ip/85er) in 113 relief appearances. PERSONAL: Evan David Meek...Is a 2002 graduate of Inglemoor (WA) High School, where he was a member of the baseball team...Also played baseball at Bellevue (WA) Community College, where he was named the top starting pitcher in the NWACC...Has been part of the Pirates annual team caravan the past two Januarys and also participated in PirateFest the last two years.

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That the Pirates played their first season Home Opener at Three Rivers Stadium on April 6, 1971. Bill Mazeroski was the leadoff batter and Dock Ellis tossed a complete game in the 4-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. Ellis went on to win a career-high 19 games (19-9) in 1971 and was also named as the starting pitcher during the All-Star Game in July.

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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV
8 3 3 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

IP

H

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ER HR HP BB SO WP BK
2 0 24 47 0 2 15 3 1 8 25 23 0 2 36 11 5 8 62 113 0 2 4 7 2 1 34 69 3 1 12 7 0 1 3 17 2 0 14 34 0 0 7 7 2 0 29 42 5 4 31 70 12 24 224 331 10 5 72 119 6 4 11 8 9 1 11 3 3 4 1 5 2 58 10 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0

2003 Elizabethton 7-1 2.47 14 2004 Quad City 0-0 11.12 3 Elizabethton 1-2 8.06 12 2005 Beloit (1) 0-1 10.00 13 2006 Lake Elsinore (2) 6-6 4.98 26 Visalia 0-1 9.00 2 2007 Montgomery (3) 2-1 4.30 44 2008 Pittsburgh 0-1 6.92 9 Altoona 1-1 2.81 9 Indianapolis 0-0 2.40 23 2009 Indianapolis 0-0 1.04 6 Pittsburgh 1-1 3.45 41 2010 Pittsburgh 5-4 2.14 70 Minor League Totals 17-13 4.60 152 Major League Totals 6-6 3.02 120

1 51.0 33 15 14 0 5.2 7 7 7 0 22.1 18 26 20 0 18.0 15 26 20 0 119.1 136 80 66 0 5.0 6 5 5 1 67.0 74 36 32 0 13.0 11 11 10 2 16.0 14 5 5 2 41.1 30 12 11 0 8.2 3 1 1 0 47.0 34 18 18 4 80.0 53 25 19 6 354.1 336 213 181 4 140.0 98 54 47

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Selected by Minnesota in 2002 First-Year Player Draft (11th round). (1)Released by Minnesota on 6/22/05...Signed by San Diego as a minor league free agent on 9/17/05. (2)Acquired by Tampa Bay from San Diego, 8/24/06, along with a player to be named (pitcher Dale Thayer) in deal for outfielder Russell Branyan. (3)Selected by Pittsburgh off Tampa Bay’s Triple-A Durham roster in Rule Five Draft on 12/6/07.

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
April 2, 2008 at Atlanta

HISTORY

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
July 17, 2009 vs. San Francisco

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE SAVE
POST-SEASON
April 29, 2010 at Los Angeles (NL)

HITTING TOTALS
YEAR AVG 2010 1.000 CAREER 1.000 AB 1 1 H 1 1 HR 0 0 RBI 0 0

FIRST M.L. HIT: 8/3/10 (Jordan Smith - 1B) AB SINCE LAST HIT: 0

DEVELOPMENT

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
PITCHER PCT G GS PO A 2008 .833 9 0 0 5 2009 1.000 41 0 6 5 2010 1.000 70 0 19 14 CAREER .980 120 0 25 24 E 1 0 0 1 TC DP TP 6 0 0 11 1 0 33 1 0 50 2 0

AFFILIATES

MEEK HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 4 K’s (twice), 6/27/10 at Oakland & 5/14/10 at Chicago (NL). MOST INNINGS PITCHED: 3.0 IP (twice), 6/8/09 at Atlanta & 5/3/09 vs. Cincinnati. MOST WALKS: 5 BB, 4/7/08 vs. Chicago (NL).

GENERAL

LONGEST SCORELESS INNINGS STREAK: 15.0 IP (4/11 to 5/7/10). LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 2 games (5/14 to 5/31/10). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 2 games (7/9 to 8/13/10).
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BRyAn MoRRIS
M.L. SERVICE: None OBTAINED: From Los Angeles (NL), 7/31/08, along with
infielder Andy LaRoche; pitcher Craig Hansen and outfielder Brandon Moss were also acquired from Boston as part of a three-team trade in which Boston acquired outfielder Jason Bay from Pittsburgh and Los Angeles acquired outfielder Manny Ramirez from Boston

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AGE: 24 BORN: 3/28/87 in Woodbury, TN RESIDES: Dayton, TN HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-3/220 BATS/THROWS: R/R

AWARDS & HONORS:

2010 Florida State League All-Star (mid-season). Participated in 2010 MLB Futures Game in Anaheim.

2010 SEASON: Went 9-4 with a 3.57 ERA (133.2ip/53er) in 27 combined games (24 starts) between Class-A Bradenton and Double-A Altoona...Received the most votes of any player selected to the mid-season Florida State League All-Star team; did not play in game due to his promotion...Was also selected to the MLB Futures Game and pitched to one batter (Altoona teammate Gorkys Hernandez, who was playing for the World Team)...Began season with Bradenton and was charged with an earned run in just two of his eight starts...Gave up just one run total (no earned runs) in his last five starts (30.0ip) from 4/25 thru 5/15...Was promoted to Altoona on 5/16 and won his first Double-A start on 5/21 vs. Erie (5.1ip/1er)...Won his first two starts with the Curve before suffering first loss in third start on 5/31 vs. Reading...Was skipped in the rotation after his start on 7/17 at Harrisburg (extra rest)...Came back and went 2-0 with a 1.69 ERA (16.0ip/3er) in his next three starts thru 8/7...Won last game on 8/7 at Harrisburg...Made last start on 8/19 at Portland...Made first career relief appearance on 8/24 vs. Erie and suffered a blown save (1.2ip/3er)...Made two more relief appearances to end the regular season (4.0ip)...Suffered loss in relief to Trenton in Game 1 of Eastern League Championship Series on 9/14. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Began season on the disabled list with right shoulder tendinitis...Spent 58 days on the D.L. and was reinstated on 6/6...Suffered loss in first start on 6/7 at Wilmington (4.1ip/4er)...Won his next two starts, giving up a total of three runs in 10.1ip...Lost five straight decisions from 6/26 thru 7/30...Was on suspended list from 8/1-11 for “unprofessional conduct”...Won back-to-back starts on 8/12 and 8/19...Suffered losses in each of his last three regular season assignments...Was the winning pitcher in Game Five of the first round, best-of-five playoff series against Wilmington. 2008: Went 2-6 with a 3.47 ERA (96.0ip/37er) and 83 strikeouts in 20 minor league starts...Began season with Great Lakes (Dodgers’ A) and went 0-3 with a 4.83 ERA (31.2ip/17er) in his first six starts thru 5/3...Pitched 5.0 hitless innings in a no-decision vs. South Bend on 5/13...Tossed season-low 1.2 innings on 6/15 vs. Lansing...Pitched a two-hit shutout in game one of a doubleheader vs. South Bend on 6/27...Was charged with just four earned runs and posted a 1.44 ERA over a five-start stretch from 6/22 thru 7/14 (25.0ip)...Suffered fourth loss with Great Lakes on 7/20 at Peoria (4.2ip/5er)...Won final game on 7/25 vs. Clinton...Went 2-1 with a 2.16 ERA (50.0ip/12er) in his last 11 starts with Great Lakes...Was acquired by Pittsburgh organization as part of a six-player deal on 7/31 and was assigned to Hickory (A)...Tossed 5.0 scoreless frames in his first start with the Crawdads on 8/5 vs. Rome...Suffered losses in each of his last two starts and posted a 7.71 ERA (9.1ip/9r/8er). 2007: Missed entire season after undergoing “Tommy John” surgery on his right elbow on 9/28/06. 2006: Began professional career with the Ogden Raptors in the Pioneer League after being selected by Los Angeles in the first round of the June draft...Ranked second in the league in strikeouts and third in walks...Made season debut on 6/24 at Idaho Falls and tossed 3.0 scoreless innings...Was charged with a total of four earned runs in his first four starts (12.0ip - 3.00 ERA)...Suffered first loss on 7/15 vs. Missoula (5.0ip/2er)...Won first pro game in sixth start on 7/20 at Missoula (6.0ip/4r/3er)...Lost three straight starts from 7/25 thru 8/6...Posted a 2.91 ERA (21.2ip/15r/7er) in five starts during the month of July...Won back-to-back starts on 8/11 and 8/16...Whiffed a season-high eight batters on 8/11 vs. Casper...Won three of his last four decisions...Had surgery on right elbow on 9/28; surgery performed by Dr. Frank Jobe. MISC: Ranked by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s 6th-best prospect prior to 2011 season...Was ranked by Baseball America as the 12th-best prospect in the Dodgers organization prior to the 2007 season...Also rated by the same publication as having the “Best Breaking Ball” and the “Best Fastball” (along with Clayton Kershaw) in the Los Angeles 2006 draft class. PERSONAL: Avery Bryan Morris...Wife’s name is Chelsey...Is a 2005 graduate of Tullahoma (TN) High School...Struck out 12 batters while tossing a 7.0-inning no-hitter against Franklin County High of Winchester, TN, his father’s alma mater...His father, Ricky, was a sixth-round pick by the Minnesota Twins in 1968...Was named to the 2005 Louisville Slugger High School All-American team...Also played baseball at Motlow State Community College...Led all Tennessee junior college pitchers with a 0.91 ERA and struck out 108 batters in 79 innings of work in 2006.

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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA
5.13 3.20 5.02 5.57 0.60 4.25 4.00

G GS CG SHO SV
14 17 3 15 8 19 76 14

IP

H

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ER HR HP BB SO WP BK
3 1 40 79 11 3 5 2 2 0 2 0 0 2 9 6 21 11 31 72 7 0 12 11 4 0 34 32 10 0 7 40 2 1 31 84 8 0 155 318 42 4

2006 Ogden 4-5 2007 2008 Great Lakes (1) 2-4 Hickory 0-2 2009 Lynchburg 4-9 2010 Bradenton 3-0 Altoona 6-4 Minor League Totals 19-24

0 0 0 59.2 64 44 34 INJURED - MISSED ENTIRE SEASON 17 1 1 0 81.2 74 34 29 3 0 0 0 14.1 17 9 8 15 0 0 0 72.2 87 58 45 8 0 0 0 44.2 37 8 3 16 0 0 0 89.0 87 45 42 73 1 1 0 362.0 366 198 161

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Selected by Tampa Bay in 2005 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign. Selected by Los Angeles (NL) in 2006 First-Year Player Draft (1st round - 26th pick overall). (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Los Angeles, 7/31/08, along with infielder Andy LaRoche; pitcher Craig Hansen and outfielder Brandon Moss were also acquired from Boston as part of a three-team trade in which Boston acquired outfielder Jason Bay from Pittsburgh and Los Angeles acquired outfielder Manny Ramirez from Boston.

FROM THE CURVE TO THE PIRATES
Since becoming the Double-A affiliate of the Pirates in 1999, a total of 51 players have appeared in at least one game with the Pittsburgh Pirates after playing with the Altoona Curve. PLAYER YEARS WITH CURVE MLB DEBUT WITH PIRATES
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M.L. SERVICE: 2 years, 10 days OBTAINED: From Atlanta, 6/3/09, along with outfielder Gorkys Hernandez and pitcher Jeff Locke, in deal for outfielder Nate McLouth

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AGE: 27 BORN: 11/12/83 in Flemington, NJ RESIDES: John’s Island, SC HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-5/230 BATS/THROWS: R/R

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2010 SEASON: Began season in Pittsburgh’s starting rotation...Went 0-5 with a 12.57 ERA (19.1ip/31r/27er) in his first five starts, giving up at least five runs in all five outings...Lasted just 1.0+ inning and gave up six runs in third start on 4/20 vs. Milwaukee...Gave up two runs in 6.0ip+ and won first game on 5/5 vs. Chicago (NL)...Lost his next four starts and was 1-9 with a 9.35 ERA (43.1ip/52r/45er) after his first 10 starts thru 5/27...Was on the disabled list with right shoulder fatigue from 5/28 to 7/2...Made five starts with Triple-A Indianapolis while on a rehab assignment from 6/8-29...Pitched a two-hitter and gave up just one run while winning his fourth rehab start on 6/24 vs. Durham...Was recalled from rehab, reinstated from the D.L. and optioned to Indianapolis on 7/1...Won three of his last four Triple-A decisions...Went 1-0 with a 1.50 ERA (24.0ip/6r/4er) in four starts with Indy during the month of August...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 8/28...Suffered an 8-4 loss (3.1ip/8r/7er) in first start back with Pirates on 8/29 at Milwaukee...Also gave up six runs (two earned) while suffering an 8-1 loss vs. Charlie poses with two Bucco fans during the Washington on 9/5...Received back-to-back no-decisions before winning an 112010 Caravan in Indiana, PA 6 decision (6.0ip/2er) vs. St. Louis on 9/22; the victory snapped his six-game losing streak with the Bucs that dated back to 5/11...Struck out a career-high nine batters (also a season-high for a Pittsburgh pitcher), but suffered a 2-0 loss in final start on 10/2 at Florida...Went 1-3 with a 5.45 ERA (36.1ip/22er) in his last seven big league starts...Went 1-for-26 at the plate...Snapped an 0-for-22 streak with a single off Kyle Lohse on 9/27. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Went 7-2 with a 2.26 ERA (71.2ip/18er) in 11 minor league starts before being recalled by the Pirates on 6/10...Went on to post big league career highs in wins, games, innings pitched and strikeouts...Began season with Gwinnett (Braves’ AAA) and gave up just one hit and one run while winning his first start on 4/12 at Charlotte; also struck out 12 batters and walked one in 6.0ip...Whiffed 10 batters and gave up two hits and one run, but suffered loss in fifth start on 5/3 at Pawtucket...Went 5-0 with a 1.40 ERA (38.2ip/6er) in final five starts with Gwinnett...Tossed a seven-hit shutout in final game with the Braves on 5/29 at Syracuse...Was acquired by Pittsburgh on 6/3 and was assigned to Indianapolis...Made lone start with the Indians on 6/4 vs. Lehigh Valley and pitched 7.0 scoreless innings in a nodecision (Indy won the game 1-0 with a run in the bottom of the 9th)...Was recalled by the Pirates on 6/10...Made first start for the Bucs on 6/10 at Atlanta, but was removed after tossing a scoreless first inning due to tightness in right hamstring...Was skipped in the rotation his next time thru and did not start again until 6/20 at Colorado; received a no-decision that night (5.0ip/2er) in club’s 9-7 walkoff loss...Suffered loss in third start - and first at PNC Park - a 3-2 setback to Zack Greinke and the Royals on 6/28...Surrendered just one hit and tossed 6.0 scoreless innings while winning first game in a Pittsburgh uniform on 7/3 at Florida...Gave up five runs in 4.0ip and lost second decision on 7/8 at Houston...Pitched 7.0 scoreless innings in a combined shutout (2-0) vs. San Francisco in first start after the All-Star break on 7/18...Lost four straight decisions from 7/28 thru 8/14...Gave up 10 runs in 1.0ip+ at Wrigley Field on 8/14 (Pirates lost 17-2)...Snapped four-game skid with win vs. Cincinnati on 8/21 (6.1ip/2er)...Suffered seventh loss on 9/1 at Cincinnati; also tallied RBI-single in the game...Gave up three runs in 6.0ip, but lost eighth game on 9/11 at Houston...Pitched 7.0 innings and gave up just one run while winning fourth game on 9/18 vs. San Diego...Tossed 7.0 innings again, but lost a 4-1 decision to Cincinnati on 9/24 at PNC Park...Recorded first Major League shutout and whiffed season-high eight batters while tossing four-hitter in final start on 9/30 at Chicago (game 1)...Won two of his last three starts and posted a 1.95 ERA (23.0ip/5er) while tossing at least 7.0 innings in all three starts...Went 3-3 with a 3.50 ERA (46.1ip/18er) in last seven starts (after giving up 10 runs in Chicago on 8/14)...The Pirates went 7-11 in his 18 starts...Went 4-for-31 (.129) with one RBI at the plate. 2008: Began season with Richmond (Braves’ AAA)...Tossed 4.2 scoreless innings in first start on 4/5 vs. Rochester, but received a nodecision...Won first game in third start on 4/15 vs. Rochester...Posted a 2.35 ERA (26.2ip/7er) in five starts in April and went 2-0 with a 1.69 ERA in his first eight starts thru 5/13...Was charged with just three earned runs and struck out 21 batters in a four-game stretch from 4/28 thru 5/13 (26.0ip - 1.04 ERA)...Won his first three decisions before suffering first loss on 5/24 vs. Durham...Pitched 7.0 scoreless innings while winning fourth game on 5/29 vs. Syracuse...Struck out season-high 13 batters and allowed just one hit in 8.0 scoreless frames in next start on 6/3 at Durham...Suffered loss in final start with Richmond on 6/8 vs. Norfolk (5.0ip/4er)...Held Triple-A batters to a .181 average and did not surrender a home run...Was recalled by Atlanta on 6/14 and made Major League debut that night at Los Angeles (AL); won a 9-4 decision over Ervin Santana (6.0ip/3er)...Went 0-2 with a 7.58 ERA (19.0ip/18r/16er) in his next four starts thru 7/6...Gave up just one run in 5.1ip and won second game on 7/12 at San Diego...Surrendered eight runs while suffering fourth big league loss on 7/28 vs. St. Louis...Pitched 7.0 scoreless frames and won third game on 8/7 at Arizona; also doubled off Yusmeiro Petit for first Major League hit in the game...Lost three straight starts from 8/13-22...Walked career-high five batters and gave up four runs in 1.1ip while losing eighth game on 8/22 at St. Louis...Picked up final victory on 8/28 vs. Florida (6.0ip/2er)...Received a no-decision in last start on 9/2 at Florida (3.1ip/7r/4er)...Made first and only big league relief appearance on 9/21 vs. New York (NL), pitching 2.0 scoreless innings - it was his first appearance overall since 9/2 at Florida when he was sidelined with a sore back...Ranked fifth on Atlanta staff in starts...Went 1for-17 (.059) with a double and three sacrifice bunts as a batter with Atlanta...Was caught stealing on 8/7 at Arizona.
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2007: Spent entire season at Mississippi (Braves’ AA) and finished third on the squad in appearances...Made first outing in relief on 4/6 at Huntsville and escaped a bases loaded jam to record his first Double-A win...Went 2-0 with a 2.79 ERA (9.2ip/3er) in his first seven games, picking up second win on 4/23 vs. Birmingham...Suffered losses in back-to-back appearances on 5/16 at Birmingham and 5/20 vs. Tennessee...Received a no-decision in first start on 5/31 at Charlotte (5.0ip/1h/1r/1er/1bb/5so)...Was victorious in back-to-back outings on 6/4 vs. West Tenn and 6/7 at Birmingham...Gave up seven runs in 3.1ip in second start on 6/26 vs. Montgomery and suffered the loss...Lost his last three decisions...Suffered loss in third start on 8/5 vs. Huntsville (5.1ip/3er)...Made final three appearances as a starter, losing at Jacksonville on 8/23 (5.0ip/3r/2er) and receiving no-decisions in final two starts on 8/28 vs. Birmingham (7.0ip/2h/1r/1er/0bb/7so) and 9/2 vs. Mobile (2.0ip/1h/0r)...Went 4-3 with a 4.15 ERA (52.0ip/24er) in 35 regular season relief appearances and 0-3 with a 4.55 ERA (27.2ip/14er) in six starts...Started Game Two of the Southern League Division Series and pitched 7.0 innings while leading Mississippi to a series-tying win...Posted a 4-1 record and a 2.57 ERA in six games (five starts) for Peoria during the Arizona Fall League...Held opponents to a .205 average and his four wins tied for second in the league. 2006: Split season between bullpen and starting rotation while spending season with Myrtle Beach (Braves’ A)...Went 4-5 with a 5.29 ERA (66.1ip/39er) in 14 starts and 2-2 with two saves and a 5.61 ERA (33.2ip/21er) in 16 relief appearances...Ranked third on staff in innings pitched and strikeouts...Made final eight outings in relief...Picked up first save on 8/22 at Wilmington and second one on 8/28 at Frederick. 2005: Was rated by Baseball America as having the “Best Curveball” in the Atlanta system prior to the season...Spent second straight full season with Rome (Braves’ A)...Established minor league career highs in starts and innings pitched...Began season in starting rotation and went 1-6 with a 6.15 ERA in 14 starts before making first of four relief appearances on 6/26 vs. Columbus...Picked up lone save (third career) on 7/21 at Asheville...Went 3-1 with a 2.25 ERA (28.0ip/7er) in five games (four starts) during the month of August and earned Pitcher-of-the-Month honors; he led starting pitchers in ERA and held opponents to a .176 average...Won his final three decisions and made last five appearances as a starter. 2004: Spent entire season with Rome...Went 4-8 with a 4.97 ERA (88.2ip/49er) in 18 starts and 3-1 with a 4.34 ERA (29.0ip/14er) in nine relief appearances...Posted a 2.45 ERA (14.2ip/4er) in four games during the month of April...Pitched 4.0 innings of scoreless relief and picked up victory in first game on 4/9 vs. Augusta...Received a no-decision in first start on 4/15 at Cape Fear (3.2ip/2r/1er). ...Earned first professional save on 4/21 vs. Lakewood...Picked up second save on 5/25 vs. Greensboro...Made 11 of his final 12 appearances as a starter...Was victorious in final outing on 9/3 vs. Greensboro. 2003: Went 2-5 with a 4.75 ERA in 13 starts and 0-0 with a 0.00 ERA in one relief appearance with Danville, Atlanta’s entry in the Appalachian League...Made first appearance in relief on 6/16 before making 13 straight starts to finish the campaign...Lost his first three decisions...Won first game in ninth start on 8/1 at Johnson City (game two). 2002: Allowed just one home run in 39.2 innings of work with the Gulf Coast League Braves during his first professional season...Went 1-3 with a 3.98 ERA (20.1ip/9er) in five starts and 0-4 with a 5.12 ERA (19.1ip/11er) in six relief appearances...Lost his first six decisions before winning lone game on 8/15 at GCL Marlins. PERSONAL: Charles A. Morton...Is a 2002 graduate of Joel Barlow High School in Redding, Fairfield County, CT...Went 4-4 with a 1.18 ERA and 78 strikeouts in 40 innings during his senior season...Also produced a 1.18 ERA and opponents hit only .127 against him as the Falcons reached both the SWC and state playoffs...Plays the guitar and is a singer/songwriter..Attended PirateFest in 2010 & 2011.

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CLUB W-L GCL Braves 1-7 Danville 2-5 Rome 7-9 Rome 5-9 Myrtle Beach 6-7 Mississippi 4-6 Richmond 5-2 Atlanta 4-8 2009 Gwinnett (1) 7-2 Indianapolis 0-0 Pittsburgh 5-9 2010 Pittsburgh 2-12 Indianapolis (&) 4-4 Minor League Totals 41-51 Major League Totals 11-29 YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 ERA 4.54 4.67 4.82 5.20 5.40 4.29 2.05 6.15 2.51 0.00 4.55 7.57 3.83 4.23 5.98 G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 11 5 0 0 0 39.2 37 34 20 14 13 0 0 0 54.0 65 32 28 27 18 0 0 2 117.2 140 76 63 26 22 0 0 1 124.2 124 84 72 30 14 0 0 2 100.0 116 70 60 41 6 0 0 0 79.2 80 41 38 13 12 0 0 0 79.0 51 20 18 16 15 0 0 0 74.2 80 56 51 10 10 1 1 0 64.2 52 18 18 1 1 0 0 0 7.0 4 0 0 18 18 1 1 0 97.0 102 49 49 17 17 0 0 0 79.2 112 79 67 14 14 1 0 0 80.0 83 46 34 187 115 2 1 5 746.1 752 421 351 51 50 1 1 0 251.1 294 184 167 HR 1 3 7 7 14 3 0 9 3 0 7 15 6 44 31 HP 2 1 7 14 4 6 2 2 2 0 5 7 6 44 14 BB 30 25 68 62 54 37 27 41 16 1 40 26 30 350 107 SO 32 46 102 86 75 67 72 48 55 7 62 59 53 595 169 WP BK 5 0 9 5 10 0 12 2 9 0 11 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 5 1 3 1 63 8 11 1

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(&)Statistics include time spent on Injury Rehab Assignment Selected by Atlanta in 2002 First-Year Player Draft (3rd round). (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Atlanta, 6/3/09, along with outfielder Gorkys Hernandez and pitcher Jeff Locke, in deal for outfielder Nate McLouth.
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LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
PITCHER PCT G GS PO A E 2008 1.000 16 15 3 7 0 2009 1.000 18 18 7 11 0 2010 .857 17 17 6 12 3 CAREER .939 51 50 16 30 3 TC DP TP 10 0 0 18 2 0 21 0 0 49 2 0

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MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
June 14, 2008 at Los Angeles (AL)

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
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HITTING TOTALS
YEAR 2008 2009 2010 CAREER AVG .059 .129 .038 .081 AB 17 31 26 74 H 1 4 1 6 HR 0 0 0 0 RBI 0 1 0 1

HISTORY

FIRST M.L. HIT: 8/7/08 (Yusmeiro Petit - 2B) FIRST M.L. RBI: 9/1/09 AB SINCE LAST HIT: 2

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MORTON HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 9 K’s, 10/2/10 at Florida...Reliever: 1 K, 9/21/08 vs. New York (NL). MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 9.0 IP, 9/30/09 at Chicago (game 1)...Reliever: 2.0 IP, 9/21/08 vs. New York (NL). MOST WALKS: Starter: 5 BB, 8/22/08 at St. Louis...Reliever: 3 BB, 9/21/08 vs. New York (NL). LONGEST SCORELESS INNINGS STREAK: 13.0 IP (9/24 to 9/30/09). LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 1 game, 11 times (last on 9/22/10). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 6 games (5/11 to 9/5/10).

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PLAYS THAT HAVE BEEN REVIEWED
DATE AND OPPONENT 9/9/08 at Houston 5/13/09 vs. St. Louis 7/6/09 at Houston 7/22/09 vs. Milwaukee 8/31/09 at Cincinnati (game 2) 7/3/10 vs. Philadelphia 8/6/10 vs. Colorado 8/7/10 vs. Colorado 10/3/10 at Florida DECISION Hunter Pence double remains a double in 6th inning Adam LaRoche HR changed to a double in 1st inning Geoff Blum triple remains a triple in 1st inning Ryan Doumit double changed to a home run in 3rd inning Brandon Phillips home run changed to foul ball in 5th inning Jayson Werth double remains a double in 4th inning Dexter Fowler HR changed to triple in 9th inning Andrew McCutchen HR changed to double in 9th inning Wes helms HR changed to double in 6th inning

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AWARDS & HONORS:

Played for 2006 US National Team in Cuba (team won gold medal).

2010 SEASON: Made a career-high 56 appearances between Altoona (AA) and Indianapolis (AAA)...Ranked second in the Eastern League with 21 saves and his 22 saves overall ranked third among Pittsburgh farmhands...Converted 21 of his 22 save opportunities while pitching with Altoona...Was unscored upon in his first five appearances (6.2ip) and surrendered just one run in his first 11 games thru 5/8 (12.2ip)...Picked up a victory in his second outing on 4/10 vs. Harrisburg...Converted 13 straight save chances from 4/8 thru 6/3...Suffered only blown save and loss with Altoona on 6/6 at New Hampshire...Was 2-1 with a 1.45 ERA and a league-leading 17 saves when he was promoted to Indy on 6/25...Did not allow a run in his first five Triple-A games (4.0ip)...Suffered first loss in seventh game with Indy on 7/9 at Columbus...Was scored upon in three straight games (2.2ip/7er), raising ERA from 1.86 on 7/18 to 6.57 on 7/23...Tossed a scoreless frame and earned lone Triple-A save on 7/27 at Syracuse...Was scored upon in his next two games (1.2ip/7er) and in three of his next four (3.0ip/11er)...Was tagged with a loss in three of his last five appearances...Pitched a scoreless inning in his last game with Indianapolis on 8/9...Returned to Altoona on 8/13 and went 1-0 with four saves in his final nine regular season appearances (10.1ip/2er - 1.74 ERA)...Did not allow a home run in his 37 Double-A games...Pitched in five of Altoona’s six playoff wins and converted all five save opportunities...Recorded final out in Altoona’s first Eastern League crown victory. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Spent entire season with Altoona...Established minor league career highs in wins, starts and innings pitched...Led team in innings pitched...Shared team lead in victories and tied for third among Eastern League leaders...Made Double-A debut on 4/9 at Erie and allowed one run in 1.0 inning of relief...Received a no-decision in first start on 4/13 at Akron (3.1ip/4er)...Posted first victory in second start on 4/19 vs. Erie (6.0ip/2er)...Began season with a 4-6 record, but won seven of his final 10 decisions and posted a 3.94 ERA after April...Pitched season-high 8.0 innings on 8/14 vs. New Hampshire...Tossed first and only professional complete game (7.0ip) in the first game of a doubleheader at Harrisburg on 8/20...Finished season making a 6.0-inning relief appearance on 9/5 at Binghamton...Participated in the Arizona Fall League and went 1-1 with a 5.28 ERA (15.1ip/11r/9er) in 11 relief outings with Scottsdale (team managed by current Bench Coach Jeff Banister). 2008: Spent entire season with Lynchburg (A)...Began season in starting rotation, where he went 6-7 with a 6.72 ERA in 20 starts...Won his first two decisions and three of his first four...Lowered season ERA to 3.72 after tossing 6.2 scoreless innings vs. Frederick on 5/8...Pitched 6.0 scoreless innings while making first relief appearance on 6/3 vs. Potomac...Won three straight decisions from 6/3-14...Picked up final victory on 6/30 at Wilmington...Lost three consecutive starts from 7/11-21...Made final start on 7/27 at Salem...Made eight straight relief appearances (14.2ip/6er) to end the season, pitching 2.0 innings in each of his last six games...Went 1-0 with a 2.61 ERA (20.2ip/6er) in his nine relief appearances. 2007: Began professional career with the GCL Pirates...Tossed 1.0 scoreless frame in professional debut on 7/29 vs. the GCL Orioles...Whiffed three batters in 2.0 scoreless innings of relief in second and final appearance with GCL Pirates on 8/3 against the GCL Orioles...Was promoted to State College (A) on 8/5...Was charged with one run in 1.0 inning of work in debut with Spikes on 8/6 vs. Mahoning Valley...Was scored upon in three of his first four appearances with State College...Did not allow a run in final four outings (4.0ip)...Earned first professional save in final appearance on 9/6 vs. Mahoning Valley (Zach Duke started the game on a rehab assignment). MISC: Has gone 5-6 with a 3.62 ERA (102.0ip/41er) in 80 relief appearances during his minor league career and 16-17 with a 4.93 ERA (231.2ip/127er) in 45 career starts...Has converted 23 of his 28 save opportunities. PERSONAL: Daniel Ross Moskos (pronounced “MOSS-kiss”)...Is a 2004 graduate of Damien (CA) High School, where he was a two-year letterman on the baseball team...Posted a 1.70 ERA, 95 strikeouts and a .200 opponents batting average against in 65.0 innings pitched as a senior...Was named to the San Gabriel Valley and Inland Valley All-Star team as a senior...Was also tabbed as an All-Southern California pick as a senior...Pitched for Clemson University, where he posted a 3.25 ERA in 81 career appearances (10 starts)...Ended collegiate career ranked fourth in school history with 16 saves, fifth in appearances and sixth in relief appearances (71)...Went 3-6 with six saves and a 3.29 ERA (79.1ip/29er) in 27 games (10 starts) as a junior in final year with Clemson…Was named to the Roger Clemens Award Watch List (College Baseball’s Pitcher-of-the-Year) and was one of 50 semifinalists for the Golden Spikes Award, which is presented to the top player in college baseball by USA Baseball…Was one of 22 players selected to play for the USA National Team in the summer of 2006, where he helped lead the team to a gold medal in Cuba after posting a 0.86 ERA (21.0ip) with six saves, 35 strikeouts and just eight hits and four walks in 18 appearances for the USA National Team...Played for Cotuit in the Cape Cod League in 2005, where he was 3-4 with a 3.82 ERA in 15 appearances...Signed by Pirates scout Greg Schilz.

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YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G 2007 GCL Pirates 0-0 0.00 2 State College 0-0 4.26 11 2008 Lynchburg 7-7 5.95 29 2009 Altoona 11-10 3.74 27 2010 Altoona 3-1 1.52 37 Indianapolis 0-5 10.38 19 Minor League Totals 21-23 4.53 125 GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP 0 0 0 0 3.0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12.2 19 8 6 1 2 20 0 0 0 110.1 124 83 73 8 6 25 1 0 0 149.0 159 75 62 11 6 0 0 0 21 41.1 26 10 7 0 3 0 0 0 1 17.1 26 20 20 3 1 45 1 0 23 333.2 358 196 168 23 18 BB 0 6 43 58 16 20 143 SO WP BK 3 0 0 13 0 0 78 11 0 77 6 1 43 1 0 18 2 1 232 20 2

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Selected by Pittsburgh in 2007 First-Year Player Draft (1st round - 4th pick overall).

HISTORY

HITS Jack Wilson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .612 Freddy Sanchez . . . . . . . . . . . .409 Jason Bay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .370 Jason Kendall . . . . . . . . . . . . . .361 Brian Giles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .252 Ryan Doumit . . . . . . . . . . . . . .246 Aramis Ramirez . . . . . . . . . . . .244 Craig Wilson . . . . . . . . . . . . . .239 Rob Mackowiak . . . . . . . . . . . .228 Adam LaRoche . . . . . . . . . . . . .218

Pnc Park batting leaders HOME RUNS Jason Bay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61 Craig Wilson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Brian Giles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Aramis Ramirez . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Ryan Doumit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Adam LaRoche . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Rob Mackowiak . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 Nate McLouth . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Albert Pujols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Garrett Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Jack Wilson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Pnc Park Pitching leaders APPEARANCES John Grabow . . . . . . . . . . . . . .195 Salomon Torres . . . . . . . . . . . .188 Matt Capps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154 Scott Sauerbeck . . . . . . . . . . . .108 Damaso Marte . . . . . . . . . . . . .103 Mike Gonzalez . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94 Brian Meadows . . . . . . . . . . . . .92 Joe Beimel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86 Zach Duke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81 Paul Maholm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81 Mike Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81

RBI Jason Bay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .240 Jack Wilson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201 Aramis Ramirez . . . . . . . . . . . .154 Brian Giles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .143 Freddy Sanchez . . . . . . . . . . . .143 Ryan Doumit . . . . . . . . . . . . . .136 Craig Wilson . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133 Rob Mackowiak . . . . . . . . . . . .128 Adam LaRoche . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 Nate McLouth . . . . . . . . . . . . .109

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WINS Zach Duke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 Paul Maholm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Josh Fogg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Ian Snell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Kip Wells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Salomon Torres . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Tom Gorzelanny . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Oliver Perez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Matt Capps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 John Grabow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Jeff Suppan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

INNINGS PITCHED Paul Maholm . . . . . . . . . . . . .527.2 Zach Duke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .503.1 Kip Wells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .361.2 Josh Fogg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .332.0 Ian Snell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .327.2 Salomon Torres . . . . . . . . . . .249.1 Oliver Perez . . . . . . . . . . . . .232.0 Tom Gorzelanny . . . . . . . . . .196.0 John Grabow . . . . . . . . . . . . .193.1 Kris Benson . . . . . . . . . . . . .191.1

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Postponed games at Pnc Park There have been a total of 29 postponed games in the first 10 years of play at PNC Park; 26 by weather and three by the September 11 terrorist attacks in 2001 (vs. New York Mets). The fifth game scheduled to be played at PNC Park on April 17, 2001 was postponed due to cold and snow and the last game to be postponed came on June 2, 2010 vs. Chicago. 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 BY YEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 BY MONTH April . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 May . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 June . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 July . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 August . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 September . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 BY OPPONENT Atlanta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Boston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Chicago (NL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Cincinnati . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Houston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Milwaukee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Montreal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 New York (AL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 New York (NL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 San Diego . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 San Francisco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

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M.L. SERVICE: 2 years, 139 days OBTAINED: From New York (AL), 7/26/08, along with pitchers Jeff Karstens and Daniel McCutchen and outfielder Jose Tabata in deal for outfielder Xavier Nady and pitcher Damaso Marte

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2006 Southern League All-Star (mid-season). 2005 Midwest League All-Star (mid-season).

2010 SEASON: Started the second game of the season and received a no-decision in Pittsburgh’s 4-3, 10-inning victory over the Dodgers at PNC Park (5.0ip/3r/2er)...Was scratched from his second start on 4/12 in San Francisco after suffering back spasms two days prior...Was placed on the 15-day D.L. on 4/17 (retroactive to 4/12)...Had a 50-pitch bullpen session in Houston on 4/27...Threw 3.0 innings and a total of 43 pitches on 4/30 during the club’s Extended Spring Training program in Bradenton, FL...Made a rehab start with Double-A Altoona on 5/5 and pitched 4.0+ innings; he allowed three hits and no runs while walking one batter and striking out six at Richmond...Was reinstated from D.L. on 5/10 and suffered a 2-1 loss vs. Cincinnati that night (4.0ip/1er)...Left game on 5/16 at Chicago (NL) with a 3-1 lead in the 7th inning, but received a no-decision in 4-3 loss...Pitched 3.2 innings and gave up six runs while losing second game on 5/21 vs. Atlanta...Tied career high with five walks (second time) and lost third straight decision on 5/26 at Cincinnati (6.0ip/3er)...Gave up one run in 7.0 innings, but received a no-decision in a 2-1 win vs. Cubs on 5/31...Lost three of his five starts in June...Tossed 7.0 scoreless frames in a 2-0 combined shutout vs. Philadelphia on 7/2 and won lone game of the season...Surrendered four runs in the 2nd inning and left the game on 7/17 vs. Houston after pitching just 1.1 innings, but did not factor in the decision (Pirates won 12-6)...Gave up one run in 6.0ip and lost a 3-2 decision on 7/22 vs. Milwaukee...Faced only four batters on 7/28 at Colorado - left the game Ohlendorf took part in the Teen Summer after being struck in head by Troy Tulowitzki line drive in opening frame...Left two starts in Reading Program in 2010 August with leads in the 7th inning only to have bullpen suffer blown saves each time...Tied career high and pitched season-high 8.0 innings, but lost a 3-2 decision vs. Florida on 8/18...Made final start on 8/23 and left after facing just two batters due to tightness/soreness in back of his right shoulder...Was placed on 15-day disabled list on 8/25 (retro to 8/24) and was transferred to 60-day D.L. on 9/7...Posted a 2.68 ERA (53.2ip/16er) in his last 11 starts with the Pirates, beginning with his start in Oakland on 6/27...Went 2-for-26 (.077) as a batter. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Spent first full season in the Majors and led Pittsburgh staff in ERA...Shared team lead in victories with Zach Duke...Posted a 2.83 ERA in 11 starts after the All-Star break - the 10th-best ERA among National League pitchers with at least 11 starts...Went 8-2 with a 2.64 ERA in 16 starts at PNC Park; went 5-0 with a 1.64 ERA (65.2ip/12er) in his final 10 home starts...Recorded the 10th-best home ERA in the league...Received 63 runs of support when he was on the mound in his 11 wins (75 runs total), but just six runs of support while he was on the mound in his 10 losses (11 runs total)...The Pirates went 14-15 in his 29 starts and were shut out three times...Started the fourth game of the season and suffered 2-1 loss to Chris Carpenter at Busch Stadium (6.0ip+/2er)...Also lost second start on 4/15 vs. Houston (5.0ip/4er)...Tossed 7.0 scoreless innings and gave up just two hits while winning an 8-0 decision vs. Florida on 4/20 - his first win in a Pittsburgh uniform...Won three straight decisions from 4/20 thru 5/2...Snapped an 0-for-18 start to his big league batting career with a single off Todd Wellemeyer on 5/7 at St. Louis...Held Cardinals to just two hits and one run (6.0ip) while winning a 5-2 decision over Joel Pineiro at PNC Park on 5/13...Suffered back-to-back losses on 5/23 at Chicago (AL) and 5/29 vs. Houston and finished the first two months with a 5-5 record in 10 starts...Gave up just two hits and one run in 6.0ip while winning sixth game on 6/14 vs. Detroit - his first victory since 5/18...Gave up six runs (four earned) in 5.0ip and suffered sixth loss on 6/19 at Colorado...Gave up two runs in 7.0ip, but received a no-decision on 6/25 vs. Cleveland...Struck out eight batters and gave up just three hits in 7.0 scoreless frames while winning seventh game on 6/30 vs. Chicago (NL)...Lasted just 5.0 innings and gave up five runs while losing next start on 7/5 at Florida...Picked up eighth win in first start after the All-Star break on 7/20 vs. Milwaukee; the win snapped Pittsburgh’s 17-game losing streak to the Brewers...Snapped an 0-for-25 streak at the plate with a single off Doug Davis on 7/25 at Arizona...Hit safely in two straight games on 7/25 and 7/31...Won three straight decisions from 7/31 thru 8/18...Gave up just one run in 6.0ip vs. Arizona on 8/5 and left with a 2-1 lead, but received a no-decision in 4-3 Bucco loss...Won fifth straight decision at home on 8/18 vs. Milwaukee...Suffered 4-1 loss at Milwaukee on 8/30...Struck out career-high 11 batters and pitched 8.0 innings (1r/0er) in a no-decision vs. St. Louis on 9/5; also became second pitcher in team history to strike out the side on nine pitches in a game (also Jeff Robinson at Chicago on 9/7/87)...Gave up a pair of two-run homers and lost a 4-2 decision at Houston on 9/12 (6.1ip/4er)...Gave up one run in 7.0ip and received a no-decision in final start on 9/19 vs. San Diego (Bucs lost 2-1) - was shut down for the rest of the season due to innings pitched total in first full season as a starter...Went 4-for-59 (.068) with four sac bunts at the plate. 2008: Pitched a total of 131.2 innings in 42 combined games with four teams...Began campaign in the New York bullpen and made two scoreless outings (2.0ip) to start the year...Was scored upon in six of his next seven games (14.2ip/12er); suffered loss on 4/26 at Cleveland...Made four straight scoreless appearances (7.0ip) from 4/29 thru 5/14...Gave up a total of 11 runs in his next three
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outings (6.0ip), including three home runs (four runs total) at Baltimore on 5/27...Pitched 2.0 scoreless frames and won his first Major League game on 5/31 at Minnesota...Surrendered just two earned runs in eight appearances (9.0ip) from 5/31 thru 6/25...Made first career Major League plate appearance and lined out to first base off Pittsburgh’s Franquelis Osoria at PNC Park on 6/25...Was charged with six earned runs in 1.1 innings of work on 6/27 vs. New York Mets and was optioned to Triple-A Scranton-Wilkes Barre following the game...Made first start for Scranton on 7/1 vs. Buffalo and received a no-decision (3.0ip/1er)...Struck out seven batters in 5.0ip and won first Triple-A game in third start on 7/11 at Columbus...Suffered loss in final start with Scranton on 7/24 vs. Richmond (5.2ip/4er)...Did not give up a home run in his five starts (22.1ip) with Scranton...Was acquired by Pittsburgh organization on 7/26 and was assigned to Triple-A Indianapolis...Made first start with Indy on 7/29 at Toledo and suffered 13-5 loss (6.0ip/4er)...Whiffed a season-high nine batters while winning an 8-4 decision vs. Toledo on 8/3 (7.2ip/3er)...Pitched 8.0 scoreless innings while winning a 1-0 decision vs. Columbus on 8/13...Suffered loss at Charlotte on 8/19 (6.0ip/4er)...Gave up just one run in 8.0ip while winning third game with Indy on 8/24 at Durham...Won fourth game with Indians in final start on 8/29 vs. Louisville (5.0ip/3er)...Pitched at least 6.0 innings in six of his seven starts with Indianapolis and into the 8th inning three times...Went 4-4 with a 3.65 ERA (69.0ip/29r/28er) in 12 Triple-A starts...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 9/2...Made debut with Pirates and first Major League start on 9/3 at Cincinnati; received a no-decision in Bucs 6-5 victory (6.0ip/7h/4r/3er/1bb/2so)...Became 26th different pitcher to start a game for the Pirates - setting a club record...Took the mound with a 2-0 lead, but suffered first loss with Pirates in second start on 9/9 at Houston (4.0ip/9h/6r/6er/1bb/3so)...Pitched 3.0 innings and allowed five hits, four walks and three runs (two earned) while losing second game on 9/15 vs. Los Angeles...Dropped third straight decision on 9/21 vs. Houston (5.0ip/10h/4r/4er/2bb/3so)...Received a no-decision in fifth and final start on 9/28 at San Diego (4.2ip/1er); left game with a 2-1 lead and a pair of runners on base...The Pirates posted a 2-3 record in his five starts...Went 0-for-6 at the plate with Pittsburgh. 2007: Was acquired by New York from Arizona as part of a five-player deal on 1/9 and attended spring training as a non-roster invitee with Yankees...Began season with Scranton-Wilkes Barre, where he went 2-3 with a 5.24 ERA in nine starts and 1-0 with a 4.57 ERA in 12 relief appearances...Pitched a season-high 6.1 scoreless innings on 5/5 at Syracuse and picked up first victory...Was placed on the disabled list on 5/12 due to a lower back strain...Began a rehab assignment with GCL Yankees on 6/25...Made four starts with GCL Yankees before being recalled from rehab assignment and reinstated from D.L. on 7/14...Made two additional starts with Scranton before being converted to a reliever...Made first relief appearance on 7/26 vs. Louisville and allowed four hits and three runs in 2.0ip...Picked up lone relief win on 8/2 at Ottawa (3.0ip/1er)...Tossed at least 2.0 innings in seven of his 12 relief outings...Was recalled by New York on 9/9...Made Major League debut on 9/11 at Toronto and tossed a perfect inning (1 K)...Struck out four batters in 1.1 innings of work at Boston on 9/15 in second appearance; also walked a batter and surrendered a solo home run to Eric Hinske in the game...Made one appearance in the Division Series vs. Cleveland; pitched 1.0 inning and allowed four hits and three earned runs in Game One loss at Jacobs Field...Became just the fourth Yankee to appear in a post season game after making his Major League debut on-or-after September 1 of the same season (also Mike Hegan in 1964, Andre Robertson in 1981 and Jorge Posada in 1995)...Pitched for the Peoria Javelinas during the Arizona Fall League and went 0-0 with a 3.52 ERA (7.2ip/8h/3er/4bb/3so) in six relief appearances. 2006: Spent majority of season with Tennessee (Diamondbacks’ AA)...Led Southern League in complete games, ranked second in innings pitched, fourth in wins and fifth in starts...Posted the lowest walks-to-9.0ip ratio in the league (1.37)...Was named to Southern League mid-season All-Star team...Won a season-high seven straight decisions in an 11-start span from 5/11 thru 7/3...Was named Southern League Pitcher-of-the-Week for the week of 5/15-21 after going 1-0 with a 2.57 ERA (14.1ip/4er) in two starts and .333 (2-for-6) with a home run at the plate...Hit a grand slam on 5/26 vs. Chattanooga...Went 4-0 with a 1.98 ERA during the month of June...Tied career high with 11 strikeouts on 7/31 at West Tenn...Was promoted to Triple-A Tucson following Double-A season and started Sidewinders’ season finale at Tacoma...Made one start during Pacific Coast League playoffs on 9/15 and received a no-decision (5.0ip/1er) in championship series clinching Game Three as Tucson captured PCL title. 2005: Was tabbed by Baseball America as having the “Best Fastball” in the Arizona organization prior to the season...Spent entire season with South Bend (Diamondbacks’ A)...Shared team lead in victories and finished second in the Midwest League in strikeouts...Was named to the Midwest League mid-season All-Star team...Recorded 10 strikeouts while tossing 7.0 scoreless innings of two-hit ball in victory vs. Clinton on 5/5...Tossed a five-hit shutout and first career complete game on 8/8 vs. Lansing. 2004: Spent first professional season with Yakima after being selected by Arizona in the fourth round of the First-Year Player Draft...Limited opposing hitters to a .210 batting average in his seven starts...Was chosen by Baseball America as one of the Northwest League’s Top 20 prospects...Struck out 11 batters in 6.0ip in final start on 9/1 vs. Spokane. MISC: Was rated by Baseball America as the New York Yankees’ ninth-best prospect prior to the 2008 season. PERSONAL: Curtis Ross Ohlendorf...Is a 2001 graduate of St. Stephens High School in Austin, TX, where he played baseball (four years), basketball (four years) and football (two years)...Was named All-State in basketball his senior year…Also played baseball at Princeton University, where he was named the Ivy League’s “Rookie-of-the-Year” in 2002...Was named a “Player to Watch” and was chosen for the All-Ivy League Conference Team and All-America (third team) in 2004...Was also named the Ivy League’s “Player-of-the-Year” by Baseball America in 2004 and was selected as the Ivy League’s Top Prospect that year...Played for Chatham in the Cape Cod League in 2003...Became the 24th Princeton alum to appear in a Major League game (first since San Diego’s Chris Young debuted with Texas in 2004)...His family owns and operates a longhorn cattle ranch (Rocking O Ranch) near Austin, TX...Had an eight-week internship with the Department of Agriculture in Washington, D.C., in October-November 2009 where he put in 20-hour work weeks tracking diseases in livestock and conducting research in conjunction with the National Animal Identification System...Among his many highlights was meeting First Lady Michelle Obama on 11/18/09...Participated in team’s annual Caravan and PirateFest this past January.

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CLUB W-L Yakima 2-3 South Bend 11-10 Tennessee 10-8 Tucson (1) 0-0 2007 Scranton/WB 3-3 GCL Yankees (#) 1-1 New York (AL) 0-0 2008 New York (AL) 1-1 Scranton/WB (2) 1-1 Indianapolis 4-3 Pittsburgh 0-3 2009 Pittsburgh 11-10 2010 Pittsburgh 1-11 Altoona (#) 0-0 Minor League Totals 32-29 N.L. Totals 12-24 A.L. Totals 1-1 Major League Totals 13-25 YEAR 2004 2005 2006 ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR 2.79 7 7 0 0 0 29.0 22 14 9 1 4.53 27 26 1 1 0 157.0 181 97 79 10 3.29 27 27 *4 2 0 177.2 180 70 65 13 1.80 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 6 1 1 0 5.02 21 9 0 0 0 66.1 86 39 37 7 3.94 4 4 0 0 0 16.0 13 8 7 2 2.84 6 0 0 0 0 6.1 5 2 2 1 6.53 25 0 0 0 0 40.0 50 31 29 7 4.03 5 5 0 0 0 22.1 28 11 10 0 3.47 7 7 0 0 0 46.2 46 18 18 7 6.35 5 5 0 0 0 22.2 36 18 16 3 3.92 29 29 0 0 0 176.2 165 80 77 25 4.07 21 21 0 0 0 108.1 106 54 49 12 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 3 0 0 0 3.88 100 87 5 3 0 524.0 565 258 226 40 4.15 55 55 0 0 0 307.2 307 152 142 40 6.02 31 0 0 0 0 46.1 55 33 31 8 4.40 86 55 0 0 0 354.0 362 185 173 48 HP 4 10 8 1 2 3 0 1 2 2 0 7 6 0 32 13 1 14 BB 19 48 29 0 24 1 2 19 5 8 12 53 44 1 135 109 21 130 SO 28 144 125 4 48 17 9 36 25 40 13 109 79 6 437 201 45 246 WP BK 9 0 9 0 15 1 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 6 0 2 0 1 0 4 1 2 1 5 0 0 0 41 2 11 2 6 0 17 2

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League Selected by Arizona in 2004 First-Year Player Draft (4th round). (1)Acquired by New York (AL) from Arizona, 1/9/07, along with pitchers Luis Vizcaino and Steven Jackson and infielder Alberto Gonzalez in deal for pitcher Randy Johnson and future considerations. (2)Acquired by Pittsburgh from New York (AL), 7/26/08, along with pitchers Daniel McCutchen and Jeff Karstens and outfielder Jose Tabata in deal for outfielder Xavier Nady and pitcher Damaso Marte.

DIVISION SERIES STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA 2007 NYY vs. Cle. 0-0 27.00 Division Series Totals 0-0 27.00 G GS CG SHO SV 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 IP 1.0 1.0 H 4 4 R 3 3 ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 0

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HITTING TOTALS
YEAR 2008 2009 2010 AVG .000 .068 .077 AB 7 59 26 92 H 0 4 2 6 HR 0 0 0 0 RBI 0 0 0 0

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
September 11, 2007 at Toronto

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
May 31, 2008 at Minnesota

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LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
PITCHER PCT G GS PO A E 2007 ---- 6 0 0 0 0 2008 1.000 5 5 0 2 0 2009 .976 29 29 14 27 1 2010 .778 21 21 6 8 4 CAREER .919 61 55 20 37 5 TC DP TP 0 0 0 2 1 0 42 3 0 18 0 0 62 4 0

FIRST M.L. HIT: 5/7/09 (Todd Wellemeyer - 1B) FIRST M.L. RBI: None AB SINCE LAST HIT: 4

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OHLENDORF HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 11 K’s, 9/5/09 vs. St. Louis...Reliever: 5 K’s, 4/29/08 vs. Detroit. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 8.0 IP, 9/5/09 vs. St. Louis...Reliever: 3.1 IP (3 times), 5/20/08 vs. Baltimore, 4/29/08 vs. Detroit & 4/29/08 at Baltimore. MOST WALKS: Starter: 5 BB (twice), 5/26/10 at Cincinnati & 8/5/09 vs. Arizona...Reliever: 3 BB (twice), 6/11/08 at Oakland & 4/13/08 at Boston. LONGEST SCORELESS INNINGS STREAK: 9.0 IP, twice (6/25 to 7/5/09 & 4/15 to 4/20/09). LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 3 games, twice (7/31 to 8/18/09 & 4/20 to 5/2/09). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 6 games (5/10 to 6/22/10).
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AGE: 27 BORN: 1/12/84 in Kalamazoo, MI RESIDES: Aventura, FL HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-4/210 BATS/THROWS: L/L

AWARDS & HONORS:

Florida’s Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year in 2004.

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2010 SEASON: Returned to action following 2009 season-ending shoulder surgery...Began season with Triple-A Syracuse and made one start on 4/9 before being recalled by Washington on 4/15...Won two of his first three decisions with the Nationals...Pitched a career-high 20.0 consecutive scoreless innings over three starts from 4/25 to 5/6...Suffered loss on 5/21 vs. Baltimore and was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 5/22 due to tightness in left shoulder...Made a pair of rehab starts with the GCL Nationals and one with Class-A Hagerstown before being reinstated from D.L. on 7/29...Was victorious in first start back with the Nats on 7/29 vs. Atlanta, but then lost six straight assignments from 8/3 thru 9/1...Gave up nine runs in 1.2ip while making last start on 9/1 at Florida...Made his final two outings in relief, picking up a victory with 4.0 scoreless innings of work on 9/6 vs. New York (NL) - had made 126 consecutive big league starts before making relief appearance on 9/6. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Began season in Washington’s starting rotation and went 0-3 with a 7.29 ERA (21.0ip/17er) in his first four starts...Won first game on 4/29 at Philadelphia (5.2ip/1er)...Was on the disabled list with left shoulder tendinitis from 5/17 thru 6/28...Made four rehab starts between 6/9-24...Picked up second victory on 7/5 vs. Atlanta...Made final start with Nationals on 7/10 at Houston...Had season-ending surgery (debridement of the RC joint and the labrum) on left shoulder on 7/23 (surgery performed in DC by Dr. Wiemi Douoguih). 2008: Spent entire season with Florida and tied career high in starts...Established career high in innings pitched and was one of 18 N.L. pitchers to reach the 200-inning plateau...Won his first three decisions and went 4-1 with a 2.82 ERA in his first nine starts thru 5/17...Pitched a career-high 8.2 innings in a combined 3-0 blanking vs. Milwaukee on 5/6...Lost six straight decisions from 7/24 thru 9/6...Won back-to-back starts on 9/12 and 9/18 before suffering final loss on 9/23 at Washington...Was traded to Washington on 11/10. 2007: Spent first full season in the big leagues with Florida...Shared club lead in wins...Established career high in starts...Led National League pitchers in runs allowed and tied for third in losses...Won his first two starts and three of his first four decisions...Whiffed season-high 10 batters on 4/25 vs. Atlanta - his third career game with 10 or more K’s...Also struck out 10 batters on 6/28 vs. Pittsburgh...Suffered six-game losing streak from 8/17 thru 9/21...Was victorious in final start on 9/27 vs. Chicago (NL). 2006: Established a Florida rookie record for innings pitched and strikeouts and ranked second among all N.L. rookies in both categories...Set career highs in victories and strikeouts...Was one of four rookies on the squad to win 10 or more games - the first time in MLB history that four rookies on the same team did so...Opened season with Albuquerque (Marlins’ AAA) and made one start on 4/10...Was recalled by Florida on 4/15 and suffered a 2-1 loss that night vs. Washington (5.1ip/2r/1er)...Won a career-high four straight decisions from 5/29 thru 6/16 (four consecutive starts)...Snapped an 0-for-24 start to his batting career with his first big league hit on 6/28; an RBI-single off Tampa Bay’s Casey Fossum...Suffered loss on 6/28 and received back-to-back no-decisions before winning three straight starts from 7/16-27...Struck out career-high 11 batters on 7/21 vs. Pittsburgh and tallied 10 K’s two starts later on 8/1 vs. New York (NL)...Suffered three straight losses from 8/6-18 before winning three in a row from 8/23 thru 9/3...Lost his last three decisions. 2005: Began season with Carolina (Marlins’ AA) and went 4-0 with a 2.36 ERA in his first six starts...Tossed a 5.0-inning complete game/shutout in his first outing on 4/8 vs. Huntsville (game shortened by rain)...Captured Southern League Player-of-the-Week honors for the first week of the season after going 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA in two starts...Was leading the league in strikeouts and ranked third in wins when he was selected by Florida on 6/24...Struck out seven batters and was victorious in his Major League debut on 6/25 at Tampa Bay (5.2ip/2r/1er)...Made first big league relief appearance on 6/30 vs. Atlanta (1.1ip/2er)...Made three more starts with Florida, suffering loss in final outing on 7/16 at Philadelphia, and was optioned back to Carolina on 7/22...Was placed on the disabled list on 7/28 and missed remainder of the season. 2004: Spent entire season with Jupiter (Marlins’ A) and was named the organization’s Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year...Ranked second among Florida farmhands in strikeouts and third in ERA...Also led the Florida State League in strikeouts per 9.0ip (10.4)...Struck out 15 batters while tossing a 7.0-inning complete game/shutout in game two of a doubleheader vs. Brevard County on 8/6...Went 1-0 with a 1.64 ERA in two starts to earn league’s Player-of-the-Week honors for the week ending 8/8...Won the same honor for the final week of the season after going 1-0 with 10 K’s in 7.0 scoreless innings on 9/1...Was charged with just one earned run in his last five starts (30.2ip), posting a 0.29 ERA in that time to lower season ERA from 3.75 to a season-low 2.97. 2003: Spent entire season with Greensboro (Marlins’ A)...Ranked seventh among South Atlantic League pitchers in ERA and fourth in strikeouts per 9.0 (8.9)...Posted a 1.24 ERA (58.0ip/8er) in his last 10 games (nine starts)...Allowed just two hits and no runs while whiffing 21 total batters in back-to-back victories on 8/9 and 8/16...Made lone relief appearance and whiffed nine batters (7.0ip/0r) in his final game on 8/31 vs. Hagerstown.
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2002: Began professional career with the Gulf Coast League Marlins after being selected by Florida in the sixth round of the June draft...Ranked fourth among league leaders in starts and second in strikeouts per 9.0ip (9.3)...Made pro debut in relief on 6/21 against the GCL Braves and surrendered one run in 3.0 innings of work...His first pro win came while making second relief appearance on 7/11 at the GCL Braves...Gave up one hit and no runs while winning as a starter on 8/20 vs. GCL Expos. MISC: Went 12-10 with Florida in 2006, joining Anibal Sanchez (10-3), Josh Johnson (12-7) and Ricky Nolasco (11-11) as the first quartet of rookie 10-game winners in MLB history...Has gone 2-0 with a 0.75 ERA (12.0ip/1er) in his three minor league relief appearances...Has made 48 consecutive starts in the minors (including rehab) since his last relief stint on 8/31/03...Was rated by Baseball America as Florida’s second-best prospect prior to 2005 and 2006 seasons PERSONAL: Scott M. Olsen...Is a 2002 graduate of Crystal Lake (IL) South High School, where he was All-Conference in baseball...Was present outside Wrigley Field as a fan, on Waveland Avenue, when Steve Bartman became famous, during Game 6 of the 2003 N.L.C.S. on October 14.

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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
CLUB W-L GCL Marlins 2-3 Greensboro 7-9 Jupiter 7-6 Carolina 6-4 Florida 1-1 2006 Albuquerque 0-0 Florida 12-10 2007 Florida 10-15 2008 Florida (1) 8-11 2009 Washington 2-4 Syracuse (#) 1-0 Potomac (#) 0-0 2010 Syracuse 0-0 Washington 4-8 GCL Nationals (#) 0-0 Hagerstown (#) (2)0-0 Minor League Totals 23-22 Major League Totals 37-49 YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP 2.96 13 11 0 0 0 51.0 2.81 25 24 0 0 0 128.0 2.97 25 25 1 1 0 136.0 3.92 14 14 1 1 0 80.0 3.98 5 4 0 0 0 20.0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 6.0 4.04 31 31 0 0 0 180.0 5.81 33 33 0 0 0 176.0 4.20 33 33 0 0 0 201.2 6.03 11 11 0 0 0 62.2 5.68 3 3 0 0 0 12.2 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 3.0 5.68 1 1 0 0 0 6.1 5.56 17 15 0 0 0 81.0 1.80 2 2 0 0 0 5.0 2.25 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 3.13 86 83 2 2 0 434.0 4.86 130 127 0 0 0 723.0 H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 39 18 17 0 5 17 50 5 2 101 51 40 4 7 59 129 7 0 127 57 45 8 4 53 158 7 0 75 38 35 7 3 27 94 6 0 21 13 9 5 0 10 21 1 0 5 1 0 0 0 3 5 1 0 160 94 81 23 7 75 166 8 0 226 *134 114 29 1 85 133 8 0 195 106 94 30 3 69 113 5 0 83 45 42 11 0 25 42 2 0 19 9 8 2 0 6 9 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 8 4 4 0 0 1 4 0 0 93 54 50 10 2 27 53 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 1 3 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 4 1 0 382 180 151 21 20 167 460 29 2 778 446 390 108 13 291 528 24 0

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League Selected by Florida in 2002 First-Year Player Draft (6th round). (1)Acquired by Washington from Florida, 11/10/08, along with outfielder Josh Willingham, in deal for infielders Emilio Bonifacio and Jake Smolinski and pitcher PJ Dean. (2)Granted free agency on 11/1/10...Signed by Pittsburgh as a free agent on 12/10/10.

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
June 25, 2005 at Tampa Bay

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
June 25, 2005 at Tampa Bay YEAR

HITTING TOTALS
AVG AB H 0 11 9 8 2 2 32 HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI 0 8 3 3 1 0 15 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CAREER .000 3 .190 58 .176 51 .129 62 .133 15 .083 24 .150 213

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LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
PITCHER PCT 2005 .750 2006 .966 2007 1.000 2008 .935 2009 .875 2010 1.000 CAREER .952 G GS PO 5 4 0 31 31 4 33 33 3 33 33 6 11 11 0 17 15 1 130 127 14 A 3 24 21 23 7 7 85 E 1 1 0 2 1 0 5 TC DP TP 4 0 0 29 2 0 24 0 0 31 0 0 8 0 0 8 1 0 104 3 0

GAMES OF 10+ K’S
July 21, 2006 vs. Pittsburgh (11) August 1, 2006 vs. New York-NL (10) April 25, 2007 vs. Atlanta (10) June 28, 2007 vs. Pittsburgh (10)

FIRST M.L. HIT: 6/28/06 (Casey Fossum 1B) FIRST M.L. RBI: 6/28/06 AB SINCE LAST HIT: 4

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OLSEN HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 11 K’s, 7/21/06 vs. Pittsburgh. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: 8.2 IP (twice), 7/5/09 vs. Atlanta & 5/6/08 vs. Milwaukee. MOST WALKS: 6 BB, 4/15/06 vs. Washington. LONGEST SCORELESS INNINGS STREAK: 20.0 IP (4/25 to 5/6/10). LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 4 games (5/29 to 6/16/06). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 6 games, 3 times (5/21 to 9/1/10, 7/24 to 9/6/08 & 8/17 to 9/21/07).
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AGE: 34 BORN: 1/28/77 in Centralia, WA RESIDES: Centralia, WA HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-2/220 BATS/THROWS: L/L

AWARDS & HONORS:

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Two-time American League Player-of-the-Week (June 1-7, 2009 & June 26-July 2, 2006). National League Player-of-the-Week (May 3-9, 2004). 2002 Pacific Coast League All-Star (mid-season & post-season). Participated in 2002 MLB Futures Game in Milwaukee. Named to Topps’ 2002 Triple-A All-Star team. 2001 Texas League All-Star (post-season). Arizona’s Minor League Player-of-the-Year in 2001. 2001 Double-A All-Star Game MVP. 1999 Short-Season Player-of-the-Year (named by Baseball America). 1999 Pioneer League MVP and All-Star.

2010 SEASON: Made 153 appearances (150 starts) at first base and posted his seventh consecutive season of 30+ doubles while spending fifth and final season with Toronto...Ranked second among American League first basemen with a .996 fielding percentage, making just six errors in 1417 chances...Led A.L. first basemen in double plays (150) and assists (101) while ranking second in putouts (1301) and total chances...Ranked fourth among A.L. first basemen in extra-base hits (58) behind Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera (83), New York’s Mark Teixeira (67) and Chicago’s Paul Konerko (61)...Hit 20 home runs for the second time in his career and for the first time since smacking a career-high 22 in 2006...Swiped lone base (13th career) on 4/24 at Tampa Bay...Hit .314 (48-for-153) over a 44-game span from 5/28 thru 7/19 with 10 doubles, one triple, six home runs and 13 RBI...Homered twice on 5/29 at Baltimore and again the following night...Recorded 1,000th career hit with a single in the 7th inning off Aaron Laffey at Cleveland on 6/30...Went homerless and knocked in four runs in 26 games during the month of June...Rebounded to hit .301 with five homers and 12 RBI the following month...Went 4-for-5 with two home runs and a career-high seven RBI on 8/20 at Boston - was his third career multi-homer game off a LHP and he became only the second left-handed batter ever to hit two home runs off Jon Lester in a game (also Ichiro Suzuki)…Hit a walkoff home run on 9/25 vs. Baltimore (his second career walkoff homer). N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Posted fewest amount of at bats in any of his full seasons in the Majors, but posted a .372 on-base percentage (tied for the secondhighest total in his career)...Batted .282 against right-handed pitchers and .190 against lefties...Hit first career walkoff home run on 4/18 vs. Oakland; a two-run shot off Dan Giese in the 12th inning...Was named A.L. Player-of-the-Week for the week ending 6/7 after hitting a Major League-high .533 (8-for-15) with two home runs and eight RBI...Hit .329 (24-for-73) in 22 games during the month of August and .281 after the All-Star break...Connected off Tommy Hunter at Texas on 9/2 for 100th career home run...Was one of only two A.L. first basemen to post over 100 assists (he had 102), despite playing only 130 games at first base. 2008: Spent full season with Toronto and led club in games played, walks and on-base percentage (.358)...Tied career high in triples...Lined into an unassisted triple play in the first game of a doubleheader on 5/12 at Cleveland - the sixth time in club history a player hit into a triple play (the first unassisted)...Connected off Chad Durbin on 5/18 at Philadelphia for second career pinch-hit homer...Set a Blue Jays club record on 5/25 vs. Kansas City by reaching base safely in his 12th straight plate appearance with a walk in the 2nd inning (previous record was 11, held by Tony Fernandez from May 6-11, 1999)...Tallied second career sac bunt on 8/30 at New York (AL)...Went a career-long 23 consecutive at bats with a hit from 9/18-27...Ranked first among A.L. first basemen in games (156) and total chances (1476)...Also ranked second with a .997 fielding percentage, having committed five errors in 1354.2 innings played there. 2007: Played in just 122 big league games due to injury...Homered twice in a game for the fifth time in his career on 5/9 vs. Boston...Was struck in the right hand by a pitch from John Danks on 6/3 vs. Chicago (AL)...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a fractured right hand on 6/5...Went 4-for-15 during a four-game rehab assignment with Double-A New Hampshire...Hit a grand slam with the Fisher Cats on 7/7 vs. Portland...Was reinstated from D.L. on 7/12...Homered on 8/29 at Oakland - his first homer with the Blue Jays since 5/28 (a span on 51 games and 182 at bats)...Hit his 10th and final home run the following day vs. Seattle...Batted .226 (49-for-217) after returning from the D.L....Played in final game on 9/24...Had pins removed from his right hand on 9/25. 2006: Spent first full season in American League with Toronto...Hit .310 or better in every month but April (.275)...Produced a .318 (157for-493) average in final 132 games from 5/3 thru the end of the season...Established career highs in hits, home runs and RBI...Ranked fourth in the league in doubles and eighth with a .322 batting average against right-handed pitchers...Led club in games played...Ended a 12-inning affair with a walkoff double on 4/21 vs. Boston...Captured A.L. Player-of-the-Week honors after hitting .423 (11-for-26) with four homers and nine RBI in six games between 6/27 and 7/2...Became the sixth player in Toronto team history to hit home runs in each of the first two innings of a game when he did so on 6/20 vs. Philadelphia...Recorded his 500th career hit (double) on 7/21 vs. New York (AL)...Had five RBI on 8/7 vs. Baltimore...Hit .333 (33-for-99) with 18 RBI in 29 games in August...Batted .326 in 26 games during the month of September, which included a 15-game hitting streak. 2005: Played second and final season with Milwaukee...Recorded his first career multi-homer game on 4/29 vs. Cincinnati...Set career high with five hits (five at bats) on 5/1 vs. Cincinnati - the first Milwaukee player with five hits since Geoff Jenkins on 4/11/03 at Arizona...Hit
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a two-run homer and his second career grand slam while picking up six RBI on 7/23 vs. Cincinnati...Hit .431 (25-for-58) with six home runs and 18 RBI in 16 games against Cincinnati...Tallied 100th career double on 9/9 vs. Houston. 2004: Established career highs in games played, runs scored, doubles and walks in first season with Milwaukee...Was named team MVP while setting a franchise record and leading the Majors Leagues in doubles...Posted a career-best, 18-game hitting streak from 4/27 thru 5/18...Was nominated for N.L. Player-of-the-Week honors three consecutive weeks from 4/26 to 5/16 and earned the award for the week of 5/3-9 after hitting .520 with three homers and 11 RBI...Batted .351 (34-for-97) with 11 doubles, four homers and 22 RBI in 26 games during the month of May...Compiled a 16-game hitting streak from 6/1-19 to become the first Brewers player to post two hitting streaks of 15-or-more games in the same season since Darryl Hamilton in 1991...Set the franchise record for doubles on 9/26 vs. Houston with his 50th two-bagger, surpassing Robin Yount’s mark of 49 in 1980...Went 4-for-7 in final two games to lift season average back above .300 (was hitting .297 on 10/1 following an 8-for-56 slide). 2003: Suffered an unfortunate facial injury in January when he was hit by a batted ball in a soft-toss accident, incurring a nondisplaced fracture of the zygomatic arch on the left side of his face...Began season in the Majors for the first time in his career and served Arizona as its everyday first baseman for a majority of the first half...Made first career Opening Day start on 3/31 vs. Los Angeles (NL) and went hitless in three at bats...Made his first Major League home run a memorable one as he came off the bench and took Andy Ashby deep for a game-winning, pinch-hit homer in the 12th inning of a 6-4 win at Dodger Stadium on 4/7...Hit safely in a club rookie-record 12 straight games from 4/5-19...Hit the 1,000th home run in franchise history on 6/25 vs. Houston, snapping a personal 89 at bat homerless streak...Was leading all Major League first basemen with a 1.000 fielding percentage before mishandling a pickoff attempt for his first career error on 7/9 vs. San Diego (he had a streak of 587 successful chances at first base)...Hit .194 in 11 games in July and was optioned to Triple-A Tucson on 7/22...Was recalled on 9/1 when rosters were expanded and batted .296 in last 13 games with Arizona...Committed second big league error on 9/9 vs. Los Angeles (NL). 2002: Spent full season with Tucson and set a club record in batting...His average ranked second in the Pacific Coast League and tied for fifth overall in the minors...Also tied for second among Arizona farmhands in hits and tied for seventh in total bases (277)...Hit better than .300 for the fourth straight season...Shared league lead in doubles...Was named to Pacific Coast League mid-season and post-season All-Star teams...Went 1-for-2 as the designated hitter at the Triple-A All-Star Game...Also participated in the MLB Futures Game during All-Star festivities in Milwaukee...Hit better than .314 in every month of the season while playing with Tucson...Reached base safely in 113 of his 134 Triple-A games, including a streak of 28 straight games from 7/23 thru 8/20...Was recalled by Milwaukee on 9/2...Tallied lone hit and picked up first Major League RBI on 9/11 vs. San Diego. 2001: Spent full season with El Paso (Diamondbacks’ AA) and was named the organization’s Minor League Player-of-the-Year...Led all minor league players in hits and doubles...Paced the Texas League in batting, games, at bats and on-base percentage (.423)...Began season playing in left field, but took over at first base less than a month into the season and appeared in 106 of the last 119 games at first base...Was named the Double-A All-Star Game MVP and was also a Texas League post-season All-Star...Produced a 32-game home hitting streak (58-for-126, .460) from 6/14 thru 8/24, the longest such streak at El Paso’s Cohen Stadium since its opening in 1990....Had contract purchased by Arizona on 9/4 and singled off Jay Powell as a pinch hitter in first big league at bat on 9/19 at Colorado...Played winter ball for Mazatlan in the Mexican Pacific League. 2000: Split season between Class-A South Bend and El Paso...Combined to hit .342 with 35 doubles, 14 home runs and 96 RBI in 133 games with the two clubs...Finished fourth among all full season minor league players with 172 hits and 10th in batting...Led Arizona farm system in hits, doubles, RBI and total bases (259)...Batted .400 during a 20-game hitting streak with South Bend from 4/28 to 5/16 and closed out the season with an 18-game streak with El Paso...Played with Scottsdale during the Arizona Fall League. 1999: Spent first professional season with Missoula and led the Pioneer League in at bats, hits, doubles, RBI and extra-base hits (44)...Tabbed as the Short-Season Player-of-the-Year by Baseball America and was named the league’s MVP...Also named to Pioneer League All-Star team...Became the the first short-season player to knock in 100 runs or more in a season.

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MISC: Has increased his home run total in each of his last three seasons...Recorded his two Major League sacrifice bunts on 8/30/08 at New York (AL) and 8/4/05 at New York (NL)...Hit home runs in each of the first two innings of the game on 6/20/06 vs. Philadelphia...Was ranked by Baseball America as Arizona’s fifth-best prospect prior to 2002 season and as the eighth-best prospect in the Texas League. PERSONAL: Lyle Stefan Overbay...Wife’s name is Sarah...Has three sons; Adam (3/10/04), Alex (2/6/05) and Luke (1/21/09)...Is a 1995 graduate of Centralia (WA) High School, where he played basketball, football, baseball and golf...Also played baseball at the University of Nevada-Reno.

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
September 19, 2001 at Colorado

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
DATE PITCHER
Sept. 19, 2001 at COL ............Jay Powell - 1B

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HR
DATE PITCHER
April 7, 2003 at LA........................Andy Ashby

GRAND SLAMS (3)
DATE PITCHER
May 4, 2004 at CIN ..................Jimmy Haynes July 23, 2005 vs. CIN..........Brandon Claussen May 10, 2006 vs. OAK ..................Joe Blanton

WALKOFF HOMERS (2)
DATE PITCHER
April 18, 2009 vs. OAK .................. Dan Giese Sept. 25, 2010 vs. BAL ......Mark Hendrickson

PINCH HIT HOMERS (2)
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DATE PITCHER
April 7, 2003 vs. LA ......................Andy Ashby May 18, 2008 at PHI....................Chad Durbin

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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB AVG 1999 Missoula .343 2000 South Bend .332 El Paso .352 2001 El Paso *.352 Arizona .500 2002 Tucson .343 Arizona .100 2003 Arizona .276 Tucson (1) .286 2004 Milwaukee .301 2005 Milwaukee (2) .276 2006 Toronto .312 2007 New Hampshire (#) .267 Toronto .240 2008 Toronto .270 2009 Toronto .265 2010 Toronto (3) .243 Minor League Totals .342 N.L. Totals .285 A.L. Totals .268 Major League Totals .274 G 75 71 62 *138 2 134 10 86 35 159 158 157 4 122 158 132 154 519 415 723 1138 AB *306 259 244 *532 2 525 10 254 119 579 537 581 15 425 544 423 534 2000 1382 2507 3889 R 66 47 43 82 0 83 0 23 24 83 80 82 2 49 74 57 75 347 186 337 523 H *105 86 86 *187 1 180 1 70 34 174 148 181 4 102 147 112 130 682 394 672 1066 2B 3B HR *25 7 12 19 3 6 16 2 8 *49 3 13 0 0 0 t 40 0 19 0 0 0 20 0 4 11 0 4 *53 1 16 34 1 19 46 1 22 1 0 1 30 2 10 32 2 15 35 1 16 37 2 20 161 15 63 107 2 39 180 8 83 287 10 122 RBI SH SF HP *101 0 4 2 47 0 2 2 49 0 2 2 100 0 8 5 0 0 0 0 109 0 5 7 1 0 0 0 28 0 2 2 16 0 1 0 87 0 6 2 72 1 4 2 92 0 2 2 5 0 0 0 44 0 3 1 69 1 5 3 64 0 3 0 67 0 3 3 427 0 22 18 188 1 12 6 336 1 16 9 524 2 28 15 BB 40 27 28 67 0 42 0 35 28 81 78 55 3 47 74 74 67 235 194 317 511 SO 53 36 39 92 1 86 5 67 19 128 98 96 3 78 116 95 131 328 299 516 815 SB CS E 10 3 10 9 2 11 3 2 12 5 4 13 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 5 2 1 11 1 0 10 5 3 9 0 0 0 2 0 5 1 2 5 0 0 2 1 0 6 27 11 61 4 1 23 9 5 27 13 6 50

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League (t)Tied for League Lead Selected by Arizona in 1999 First-Year Player Draft (18th round). (1)Acquired by Milwaukee from Arizona, 12/1/03, along with infielders Craig Counsell and Junior Spivey, catcher Chad Moeller and pitchers Chris Capuano and Jorge De La Rosa, in deal for infielder Richie Sexson, pitcher Shane Nance and a player to be named (Diamondbacks received outfielder Noochie Varner on 12/15/03 to complete trade). (2)Acquired by Toronto from Milwaukee, 12/7/05, along with a player to be named, in deal for pitcher Dave Bush, outfielder Gabe Gross and a player to be named (Blue Jays received pitcher Ty Taubenheim and Brewers received pitcher Zach Jackson on 12/8/05 to complete trade). (3)Granted free agency on 11/1/10...Signed by Pittsburgh as a free agent on 12/14/10.

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
FIRST BASE 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CAREER

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DEVELOPMENT

PCT .997 .992 .992 .994 .996 .997 .998 .996 .995

G 75 158 154 145 119 156 130 153 1090

GS 69 150 143 139 107 151 117 150 1026

PO 643 1311 1134 1357 1060 1316 1028 1310 9159

A 58 113 96 93 101 155 102 101 819

E 2 11 10 9 5 5 2 6 50

TC 703 1435 1240 1459 1166 1476 1132 1417 10028

DP 48 110 104 124 107 112 113 150 868

TP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OVERBAY HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 2 HR (9 times), last on 8/20/10 at Boston. MOST HITS/GAME: 5 hits, 5/1/05 vs. Cincinnati.

GENERAL

MOST RBI/GAME: 7 RBI, 8/20/10 at Boston. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 8 games Career: 18 games (2004).

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M.L. SERVICE: 1 year, 165 days OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 8th round selection in 2005 First-Year Player Draft

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AWARDS & HONORS:

Pittsburgh’s Minor League Player-of-the-Year in 2007. 2007 Minor League Player-of-the-Year (MiLB.com). 2007 J.G. Taylor Spink Award (Topps’ Minor League Player-of-the-Year). 2007 Eastern League All-Star (mid-season). Participated in MLB Futures Game in San Francisco. Member of Team USA in 2007 World Cup played in Taiwan (won gold medal). 2005 New York-Penn League All-Star (mid-season & post-season).

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2010 SEASON: Began season with Indianapolis (AAA), where he reached base safely in 21 of his first 23 games (thru 5/3) prior to his recall by Pittsburgh on 5/4...Hit safely in each of his first seven games, going 12-for-29 (.414) with six doubles and a home run...Walked four times in five plate appearances on 4/22 vs. Louisville...Went 4-for-4 on 4/25 at Louisville to raise season average to .417...Made 20 appearances at first base and three in right field while starting the season with Indianapolis...Made first start with Bucs at first base on 5/5 vs. Chicago (NL) and went 0-for-3...Went hitless in his first six at bats with Pittsburgh before going 1-for-3 in second start on 5/8 vs. St. Louis...Tallied first RBI, but left his start on 5/14 at Wrigley Field with posterior right knee soreness...Had career-high three hits, including two doubles, on 5/19 vs. Milwaukee...Had a two-run triple on 5/20 vs. Milwaukee...Suffered a right ankle sprain on 5/24 and was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 5/25...Made all 11 appearances (nine starts) with Pittsburgh at first base...Played two games on rehab assignment with Bradenton in the Florida State League on 6/17-18...Had rehab assignment transferred to Indianapolis on 6/19 and went 12-for-43 (.279) with a homer, seven RBI and four stolen bases with Indians thru 6/30...Underwent arthroscopic surgery on 8/4 to repair the patella tendon in his left knee (procudure performed by Dr. Patrick DeMeo in Pittsburgh). N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Split season between Indianapolis and Pittsburgh, where he established career highs in nearly every offensive category...Began season with Indy and went 3-for-32 (.094) in his first nine games thru 4/17...Hit safely in next three games from 4/21-23, which included a four-hit performance on 4/23 at Columbus...Reached base safely in 14 straight games from 4/21 thru 5/5 and in 30-of-31 from 4/21 thru 5/23...Homered in back-to-back games on 5/7-8 and hit three home runs in a four-game span from 5/5-8...Had second four-hit game and scored four runs on 5/20 vs. Pawtucket...Snapped a 29-game homerless streak with two bombs on 6/9 at Buffalo...Homered in consecutive games again on 6/17-18...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 6/20 when Craig Monroe was designated for assignment...Made season debut with the Pirates on 6/21 at Colorado and went 0-for-2 with a walk while making start at first base...Made lone appearance/start in right field on 6/23 vs. Cleveland...Pinch hit and played final inning at first base on 6/24 vs. Cleveland...Went hitless in first six at bats with Pittsburgh before doubling as a pinch hitter on 6/30 vs. Chicago (NL)...Went 0-for-3 with three strikeouts against Mike Hampton in start at first base on 7/6 at Houston...Struck out as a pinch hitter on 7/8 at Houston and was optioned back to Indianapolis following the game that night...Hit .333 in final 12 games with Indy, going 14-for-42 with two homers and 11 RBI from 7/9-22...Was recalled by Pittsburgh a second and final time on 7/23...Hit safely in five straight starts at first base from 7/23-27 (6Pearce with Pirates Color Analyst for-19)...Connected off Washington’s John Lannan for first home run with the Pirates on 7/31 at at PNC Park...Reached base safely in 11 straight games from 8/3-17...Hit second homer on 8/9 vs. John Wehnerthe the Annual Bowling With Bucs event St. Louis off Joel Pineiro...Swiped lone base on 8/15 at Chicago (NL)...Hit safely in seven straight starts from 8/22-31, going 9-for-26 (.346) with four doubles...Went 4-for-41 in his next 14 starts thru 9/26...Smacked final home run on 9/15 at Los Angeles...Batted in the cleanup spot for only time on 9/16 and went hitless in four at bats...Hit safely in three of his last five games (3-for-10)...Tripled as a pinch hitter in final at bat on 10/4 at Cincinnati...Made total of 42 appearances (41 starts) at first base and one start in right field...Had two errors (both throwing) while playing first base...Went 3-for-14 (.214) with three walks and an RBI as a pinch hitter 2008: Spent majority of season with Indianapolis, but also had three different stints with Pittsburgh...Shared Indy team lead in doubles and ranked second in RBI...Went 0-for-8 in first two Triple-A games before hitting safely in 12 of his next 13 contests from 4/5-17...Hit first two home runs and had five RBI on 4/17 vs. Pawtucket...Was hitting .238 (24-for-101) at the end of April...Went 6for-13 with three doubles and five RBI in three game stretch from 5/14-17...Hit a three-run walkoff home run and went 3-for-4 with four RBI vs. Rochester on 6/20...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 7/2...Doubled as a pinch hitter in third at bat with Pirates on 7/6 at Milwaukee...Was optioned back to Triple-A on 7/8 and went 13-for-52 (.250) in 14 games before being recalled by Pittsburgh on 7/26 when Xavier Nady was traded...Made start in right field that night vs. San Diego and went 1-for-4 while playing five innings in right field and four in left field...Snapped an 0-for-11 streak with a single off Brad Lidge at Philly on 8/8; also delivered game-winning
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double in 12th inning on 8/8...Had two hits, including game-winning single at New York (NL) on 8/11...Was optioned to Indianapolis on 8/22 and hit .182 (6-for-33) with a home run and six RBI in final 10 Triple-A games...Made 69 appearances in right field and 32 at first base while playing with Indianapolis...Also went 4-for-24 with a homer in six games as the designated hitter...Was recalled by Pittsburgh a third and final time on 9/2...Made start in right field on 9/4 at Cincinnati and had two-run single in first at bat...Hit first Major League home run in 137th career at bat on 9/9 at Houston - a solo shot off Randy Wolf...Batted .275 with four homers and eight RBI in 17 games after being recalled in September...Started each of the final six games in right field and went 8-for-25 (.320) with three home runs...Hit .309 in his last 15 starts with Pittsburgh (dating back to 8/16), going 17-for-55 with four homers...Made a total of 27 starts in right field for the Pirates and committed two errors (one fielding/one throwing)...Had lone assist on 8/4 at Arizona...Played Winter Ball in Mexico and hit .203 (12-for-59) with seven RBI in 18 games with Mazatlan. 2007: Hit .328 with 45 doubles, 31 home runs and 119 RBI in 157 minor/Major League games...Was named Minor League Playerof-the-Year by MiLB.com and captured the J.G. Taylor Spink Award as the Topps/Minor League Player-of-the-Year...Combined to hit .333 with 31 home runs and 113 RBI in 134 minor league games between Lynchburg (A), Altoona (AA) and Indianapolis...Ranked third among all minor league players in total bases (303), fourth in RBI, fifth in extra-base hits (75), fifth in slugging percentage (.622) and tied for seventh in home runs...Led all Pittsburgh farmhands in home runs, RBI and extra-base hits (75)...Became first position player in the Pirates organization to make the jump from Class-A to the Major Leagues in the same season since catcher Yamid Haad in 1999...Began season with Lynchburg...Was named Carolina League Player-of-the-Week for the week of 4/23-29 after hitting .484 (15-for-31) with eight homers and 16 RBI in seven games...Set a Hillcats record by homering in five straight games from 4/2126...Finished his tenure in Lynchburg with an 11-game hitting streak and a club-record seven consecutive multiple-RBI contests...Hit two home runs in his final game with the Hillcats on 4/29 at Myrtle Beach, giving him nine longballs in an eight-game span from 4/2129...Made all 18 defensive appearances with Lynchburg at first base....Was promoted to Altoona on 5/1 and led team in RBI despite playing just 81 games...His .334 average with Altoona was the second-highest, single-season batting average in Curve history (Jeff Keppinger’s .338 average in 2004 is the club record)...Made debut with Curve as a pinch hitter on 5/1 at Connecticut...Homered in his first at bat of his first start on 5/2 at Connecticut...Posted an RBI in six straight games from 6/2-8 (11 RBI total)...Had five RBI on 6/7 at New Britain...Hit .465 (20-for-43) with five homers and 21 RBI during an 11-game hitting streak from 5/31 to 6/13...Hit grand slam on 6/13 vs. New Britain...Batted .404 (40-for-99) with eight home runs and 34 RBI in 27 games during the month of June and was named Eastern League Player-of-the-Month...Was named to Eastern League mid-season All-Star team and struck out in lone plate appearance on 7/11 in Norwich, CT...Represented the Curve and Pittsburgh organization at the annual MLB Futures Game on 7/8 at AT&T Park in San Francisco - he went 0-for-1 with a walk in two plate appearances for the U.S. Team...Tied Ronny Paulino’s team record by reaching base safely in 33 consecutive games from 6/15 thru 7/22...Batted .371 (72-for-194) with 12 homers and 59 RBI over his last 52 Double-A games...Made all 77 defensive appearances at first base while playing with Altoona...Was named Altoona’s Most Valuable Player and was leading the Eastern League in both batting average and slugging percentage at the time of his promotion to Indianapolis on 7/30...Homered in fourth Triple-A game on 8/1 at Richmond (game two)...Homered in three straight games from 8/7-9...Made first career appearance in right field on 8/8 at Louisville...Had back-to-back three-hit games on 8/1516...Became first Indy player to register six RBI in a game on 8/16 at Durham, going 3-for-5 with a double and a pair of two-run homers in the contest...Did not homer and tallied just two RBI in final 16 games with Indianapolis (57 at bats)...Made 21 appearances at first base and 10 in right field with Indy and made one error at each position...Had contract purchased by Pittsburgh on 9/1...Made Major League debut as a starter in right field in Milwaukee on 9/1 and singled off Dave Bush in second at bat...Picked up two hits in debut before going 1-for-10 in next three games...Tripled and tallied first Major League RBI on 9/3 at St. Louis...Swiped first of two bases on 9/4 at St. Louis...Hit safely in six of his seven games from 9/7-15, raising average from .227 to .311...Swiped second bag on 9/14 at Houston...Reached base safely in 15 of his 18 starts with the Pirates, making 16 starts in right field and two at first base (9/3 at St. Louis and 9/15 at Houston). 2006: Combined to hit .273 with 26 home runs and 98 RBI in 131 games between Hickory (A) and Lynchburg...Led all Pittsburgh minor leaguers in home runs and was second in RBI behind Brad Corley (100)...Began season with Hickory (A)...Made 39 appearances at first base and two starts as the designated hitter...Hit .314 (37-for-118) against right-handed pitchers and .214 (9-for-42) against lefties...Recorded two five-RBI games and a pair of four RBI contests with the Crawdads...Went 3-for-4 with two homers and four RBI on 4/23 at Greensboro...Was the South Atlantic League’s Player-of-the-Week for the week of 4/24-30 after hitting .391 with three doubles, five home runs and 12 RBI in seven games...Posted his second two-homer game in the span of seven days and knocked in five runs on 4/30 at Lexington...Recorded four hits (4-for-5) and five RBI on 5/8 vs. West Virginia...Scored a season-high four runs on 5/12 at Greensboro...Was promoted to Lynchburg on 5/24 and was among the SAL’s top five in home runs (12), RBI (38), slugging percentage (.606) and extra-base hits (26) at the time of the promotion...Finished season with Lynchburg...Ranked second in the Carolina League in slugging (.482) and committed the most errors among league first basemen (10)...Hit a walk-off, three-run homer to give Lynchburg a 4-3 victory in his debut with the Hillcats on 5/25 vs. Frederick...Matched a season-high with four hits on 5/29 vs. Potomac...Hit .333 (13-for-39) during the first of his two 10-game hitting streaks from 6/18 to 7/2...Finished season with a 10-game hitting streak (15-for-37, .405) to raise average from .248 to .265. 2005: Was selected by Pittsburgh in eighth round of June draft...Signed with Pirates on 6/12 and made professional debut with shortseason Williamsport (A)...Led New York-Penn League in doubles and finished fourth in the league in both RBI and extra-base hits (33)...Also paced league first basemen in games played (71), total chances (718), putouts (651), assists (58) and double plays (65)...Tied for the most errors among league first basemen (9)...Was named to both the mid-season and post-season All-Star teams...Posted 24 multi-hit games for the Crosscutters...Hit .340 (18-for-53) against lefties and .292 (64-for-219) with all seven of his home runs against righthanders...Knocked in a season-high four runs on 7/2 vs. Hudson Valley...Was named the New York-Penn League Player-of-the-Week for the week of 8/22-28 after hitting .450 (9-for-20) with two doubles, two home runs and seven RBI in five games...Had first career two-homer game on 8/25 vs. Brooklyn...Went 3-for-7 with two RBI in two playoff contests. MISC: Was ranked by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s 3rd-best prospect entering the 2008 season and the 7th-best prior to 2007 season...Also rated by same publication as the “Best Power Hitter” and “Best Hitter for Average” among Bucco prospects prior to ‘08.
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PERSONAL: Steven Wayne Pearce...Wife’s name is Jessica...Is a 2001 graduate of Lakeland (FL) High School, where he was a four-year letterman in baseball and posted a career .400 average...Played two seasons at Indian River (FL) Community College (200203) and led the team in batting average both seasons while hitting a total of 17 home runs...Also played two seasons of NCAA baseball at the University of South Carolina (2004-05) and led the Gamecocks in batting average, home runs and RBI both years...Hit 42 home runs in his two seasons with USC to become the first player in school history to reach the 40-homer plateau that quickly...Batted .346 with 21 home runs and 70 RBI to lead South Carolina to its third consecutive appearance in the College World Series as a junior in 2004...Was named USC’s Rookie-of-the-Year and was selected to both the NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team and the College World Series All-Tournament Team...Set a South Carolina school record with a 1.000 fielding percentage (416 PO, 22 A, 0 E) in 50 games at first base in ‘04...Played for the Cotuit Kettlers of the Cape Cod League during the summer of 2004 and hit .275 with one home run...Batted .358 with 21 HR and 63 RBI and was a Second-Team All-SEC selection, a Baseball America Second-Team All-American and the NCBWA District IV Player of the Year as a senior in 2005...Signed by Pirates scout Jack Powell.

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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B 2005 Williamsport .301 72 272 48 82 *26 0 2006 Hickory .288 41 160 35 46 13 1 Lynchburg .265 90 328 48 87 27 1 2007 Lynchburg .347 19 75 19 26 4 1 Altoona .334 81 290 57 97 27 2 Indianapolis .320 34 122 18 39 9 1 Pittsburgh .294 23 68 13 20 5 1 2008 Indianapolis .251 103 386 47 97 26 1 Pittsburgh .248 37 109 6 27 7 0 2009 Indianapolis .286 77 273 37 78 18 1 Pittsburgh .206 60 165 19 34 13 1 2010 Indianapolis (&) .326 35 129 25 41 14 2 Pittsburgh .276 15 29 4 8 2 1 Bradenton (#) .429 2 7 2 3 2 0 Minor League Totals .292 554 2042 336 596 166 10 Major League Totals .240 135 371 42 89 27 3
(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (&)Statistics include time on Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League Selected by Minnesota in 45th round of 2003 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign. Selected by Boston in 10th round of 2004 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign. Selected by Pittsburgh in 8th round of 2005 First-Year Player Draft.

HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS E 7 52 0 3 2 35 43 2 4 9 12 38 0 0 4 15 32 1 3 6 14 60 1 4 10 34 65 7 5 10 11 24 0 1 1 8 13 2 0 1 14 72 0 8 4 33 45 7 2 7 6 17 0 0 3 6 12 5 0 2 0 6 0 0 0 5 12 2 1 0 12 60 4 6 5 32 75 10 4 8 4 15 0 2 3 5 22 2 0 2 13 54 1 3 6 34 46 3 7 5 4 16 0 0 0 21 43 1 0 2 3 15 0 4 1 24 27 7 2 3 0 5 0 2 0 7 6 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 92 394 6 29 36 222 359 44 27 51 8 42 0 4 3 38 83 5 1 4

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LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
FIRST BASE PCT G GS 2007 1.000 2 2 2009 .995 42 41 2010 .988 11 9 CAREER .994 55 52

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
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PO A E TC DP TP 12 0 0 12 5 0 360 30 2 392 31 0 78 7 1 86 8 0 450 37 3 490 44 0

PCT G GS PO 1.000 18 16 31 .962 29 27 50 1.000 1 1 1 .977 48 44 82

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E 0 2 0 2

TC DP TP 32 0 0 53 0 0 1 0 0 86 0 0

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MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
September 1, 2007 at Milwaukee

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
DATE PITCHER
September 1, 2007 vs. MIL ....Dave Bush - 1B

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HR
DATE PITCHER
September 9, 2008 at HOU ............Randy Wolf

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PEARCE HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 1 HR (8 times), last on 9/15/09 at Los Angeles (NL). MOST HITS/GAME: 3 hits, 5/19/10 vs. Milwaukee. MOST RBI/GAME: 2 RBI (11 times), last on 5/20/10 vs. Milwaukee. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 3 games Career: 5 games, twice (2009).
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AlEx PRESlEy
M.L. SERVICE: 27 days OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 8th round selection in 2006 First-Year Player Draft

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AGE: 25 (turns 26 on July 25) BORN: 7/25/85 in Monroe, LA RESIDES: Shreveport, LA HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 5-9/188 BATS/THROWS: L/L

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Pittsburgh’s Minor League Player-of-the-Year in 2010.

2010 SEASON: Was named Pittsburgh’s Minor League Player-of-the-Year after batting .320 (166-for-518) with 28 doubles, 13 triples, 12 home runs, 85 RBI and 86 runs scored in 136 combined games between Double-A Altoona and Triple-A Indianapolis...Led the minor league system in batting, tied for first in games played and ranked fourth in RBI...Began season with Altoona, where he made 53 appearances in left field, 12 in right field and eight in center field...Hit first Double-A home run and had five RBI on 4/19 at Akron...Fell a home run shy of hitting for the cycle on 4/28 vs. Akron...Reached base safely in 24 straight games from 4/11 thru 5/10, which included a 19-game hitting streak (29-for-74, .392) from 4/11 thru 5/5...Homered twice and knocked in a team record eight runs on 5/24 at Akron...Also tied a club record with four extra-base hits on 5/24 (two homers, one double and one triple)...Led Eastern League with a .391 (45-for-115) average and ranked second with 26 RBI in May...Was leading the circuit with a .371 average and 66 hits at the end of the month...Hit safely in seven of his last eight games with Altoona and was leading the league with a .350 batting average when he was promoted to Indianapolis on 6/25...Went 5-for-6 and hit for the cycle in his first four at bats in his third Triple-A game on 6/27 vs. Toledo...Homered twice on 6/30 at Columbus...Produced a .460 average (23-for50) during a 13-game hitting streak from 7/5-21...Went 5-for-5 on 7/19 vs. Lehigh Valley...Batted .330 (36-for-109) in 29 games during the month of July...Had back-to-back three-hit games on 8/28-29...Made 64 appearances in center field and three in left field while playing with Indy...Had contract selected by Pittsburgh on 9/7...Made Major League debut on 9/8 vs. Atlanta and singled off Cristhian Martinez in second at bat (played final three innings in center field)...Made first big league start in right field on 9/12 at Cincinnati and went 1-for-4...Made second and final start (LF) with the Pirates on 9/17 vs. Arizona...Hit safely in three straight games from 9/24-26, raising average to .353 (6-for-17)...Went hitless in his last six at bats...Made eight appearances in right field, three in center field and two in left field while playing with Pittsburgh...Also went 2-for-6 as a pinch hitter. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Spent second straight full season with Carolina League champion Lynchburg club...Led league in triples and set a club single-season record in that department...Hit .310 in 14 games during the month of April and produced longest hitting steak of the season (nine games) from 4/13-24 (.385)...Combined to hit just .201 in 49 games during May and June...Batted .289 with three homers and 16 RBI from 6/1 thru the end of the season...Hit .284 against right-handed pitchers and .190 against lefties...Made 85 appearances in center field, 15 in left field and nine in right field...Also went 6-for-22 (.273) with a home run in five games as the designated hitter. 2008: Spent entire season with Lynchburg...Went 5-for-34 (.147) in his first 10 games before being placed on the disabled list on 4/17 with a right ankle sprain...Returned to action on 5/5 and went 2-for-3...Hit first home run on 5/12...Hit safely in 17 of his 21 games from 5/28 thru 6/28...Was hitting .281 during the second half before season was cut short on 8/5 due to a fractured left index finger...Made all 81 defensive appearances in center field. 2007: Spent full season with Hickory (A)...Hit .324 (11-for-34) in his first nine games and .284 during the month of April...Struggled in May, hitting just .204 in 25 games...Went 4-for-4 with two RBI on 6/8 at Asheville...Batted .468 (15-for-32) during an eight-game hitting streak from 6/11-21 and put together a 14-game hitting streak from 6/26 thru 7/12 (29-for-68, .426) that raised his season average from .271 to .305...Had four hits on 6/29 at Asheville...Batted .351 with 12 doubles, four triples, seven home runs and 31 RBI during June (.366) and July (.339)...Turned in his third four-hit game of the season on 7/31; going 4-for-4 at Charleston...Made 89 appearances in center field, 27 appearances in left field and one in right field (6/12 at West Virginia)...Made his final 66 defensive appearances in center field...Batted .306 (11-for-36) with five RBI in 13 games with North Shore during the Hawaiian Winter League (team managed by Jeff Banister). 2006: Spent first professional season with Williamsport and led New York-Penn League in triples...Made 34 appearances in left field, 23 in center field and one in right field (8/2 at Jamestown)...Went 2-for-3 with a triple, two RBI and two runs scored in his first game on 6/22...Hit first pro home run on 8/8 at Auburn...Hit all three of his home runs in August while also hitting .281 with 13 RBI in 26 games during the month...Was hitting .209 following the action on 8/13, but batted .371 (26-for-70) in his final 20 games to end the season with a .260 average. MISC: Has made 350 appearances in center field, 132 in left field and 23 in right field during his minor league career. PERSONAL: Alexander Crawford Presley...Is a 2003 graduate of Neville High School in Monroe, LA, where he played baseball, soccer and football...Also played baseball at the University of Mississippi...Was named to the All-Tournament team at the SEC Tournament in final season at Ole’ Miss...Shared` the school record for career triples (14) at the time of his departure...Signed by Pirates scout Darren Mazeroski.

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YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CLUB Williamsport Hickory Lynchburg Lynchburg Altoona Indianapolis Pittsburgh Minor League Totals Major League Totals AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO .260 61 223 26 58 7 *8 3 23 1 2 1 17 55 .293 121 495 79 145 22 8 11 63 7 6 0 45 108 .258 82 287 39 74 15 1 6 35 5 3 1 29 50 .257 115 417 51 107 17 *11 4 37 7 2 0 30 87 .350 67 246 42 86 13 7 6 47 1 1 2 19 33 .294 69 272 44 80 15 6 6 38 1 0 1 22 42 .261 19 23 2 6 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 8 .284 515 1940 281 550 89 41 36 243 22 14 5 162 375 .261 19 23 2 6 1 9 0 0 1 0 0 1 8 SB CS E 5 3 1 18 10 6 13 6 3 9 5 8 5 1 1 8 7 2 1 1 0 56 32 21 1 1 0

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(*)Led League Selected by Pittsburgh in 8th round of 2006 First-Year Player Draft.

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G GS PO 8 1 2 8 1 2

A E 0 0 0 0

TC DP TP 2 0 0 2 0 0

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LEFT FIELD PCT 2010 ---CAREER ---G GS PO 2 1 0 2 1 0 A E 0 0 0 0 TC DP TP 0 0 0 0 0 0

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LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
CENTER FIELD PCT G GS PO 2010 1.000 4 0 1 CAREER 1.000 4 0 1

A E 0 0 0 0

TC DP TP 1 0 0 1 0 0

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
DEVELOPMENT
September 8, 2010 vs. Atlanta

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
DATE PITCHER
Sept. 8, 2010 vs. ATL..Cristhian Martinez - 1B

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PRESLEY HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: No Major League Home Runs. MOST HITS/GAME: 1 hit (6 times), last on 9/26/10 vs. Houston.

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MOST RBI/GAME: No Major League RBI. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 3 games Career: 3 games (2010).
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M.L. SERVICE: 2 years, 38 days OBTAINED: Claimed off waivers from Atlanta on 8/4/10

RIGHT-HAndEd PITcHER
AGE: 28 BORN: 11/4/82 in Naples, FL RESIDES: Naples, FL HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-3/225 BATS/THROWS: R/R

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AWARDS & HONORS:

2005 Southern League All-Star (mid-season & post-season).

2010 SEASON: Attended spring training as a non-roster invitee with Atlanta and was assigned to Triple-A Gwinnett to begin the season...Was charged with two earned runs or less in all but two of his 15 starts...Allowed one run in 3.2 innings in first start and suffered the loss on 4/9 vs. Charlotte...Whiffed a season-high 10 batters while tossing 6.0 scoreless innings in a no-decision on 4/14 vs. Durham...Lowered ERA to 0.61 after working 5.0 scoreless innings in his next start on 4/19 at Norfolk...Earned first win of the season on 4/24 at Durham...Finished the month of April ranked third among International League pitchers with a 1.40 ERA (Norfolk’s Jake Arrieta led the way with a 1.16 ERA followed by Louisville’s Arnoldis Chapman with a 1.29 ERA); also paced the league with 32 strikeouts...Went 4-0 with a 2.57 ERA (28.0ip/8er) over a five-start stretch from 4/24 to 5/15...Took home International League Pitcher-of-the-Week honors for the week of 5/1017...Tossed a one-hit shutout and faced the minimum 27 batters on 6/10 at Norfolk...Had contract selected by Atlanta on 6/15...Allowed five runs on five hits in 2.0 innings of relief that night vs. Tampa Bay...Was placed on the disabled list the next day with a left oblique strain...Made a pair of rehab starts with Double-A Mississippi on 7/17 and 7/22...Made first of two rehab starts with Gwinnett on 7/27 and tossed 5.0 scoreless innings while earn- Resop made ice cream sundaes with kids during a holiday party at Pirate City in December ing his last win at the Triple-A level...Suffered the loss in final outing (3.2ip/4er) on 8/1 vs. Toledo...Was claimed off waivers by Pittsburgh on 8/4...Pitched a scoreless frame in debut with Pirates on 8/5 vs. Colorado and was scored upon just once in his first nine appearances thru 8/20...Was scored upon in back-to-back outings on 8/25 and 8/27 before making eight straight scoreless appearances (7.2ip) thru 9/13...Gave up a run in 1.0ip on 9/16 at New York (NL)...Made two scoreless outings to end the season...Went 0-0 with a 3.86 ERA in 23 combined games with Atlanta and Pittsburgh and whiffed 26 batters in 21.0ip...Held opposing hitters to a .156 average (10-for-64) while pitching with the Pirates. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Made 12 relief appearances with the Hanshin Tigers of the Japanese Central League...Was released from his contract on 10/19. 2008: Was a member of Atlanta’s Opening Day roster...Allowed one run in 1.0 inning of work on Opening Day (3/31) vs. Pittsburgh; the Pirates beat the Braves 12-11 in 12 innings...Did not allow a run in six of his first nine appearances...Faced three batters before moving to left field for one hitter and then returned to the mound to finish the inning on 4/3 vs. Pittsburgh; according to the Elias Sports Bureau he was the first pitcher to pitch, leave the position and return to pitching in the same game since 7/15/93 when Jeff Nelson did so for Seattle at Boston (the last time it was done in the same inning was on 6/13/90 in game one of a doubleheader when Les Lancaster of the Chicago Cubs did so against the New York Mets)...Was roughed up for a season-high five runs in 2.0 innings on 4/9 at Colorado...Made five straight scoreless appearances (6.1ip) from 4/27 to 5/21...Was designated for assignment on 5/26 and outrighted to Triple-A Richmond on 6/5...Made nine appearances (two starts) with Richmond before being released on 7/24...Had contract purchased by the Hanshin Tigers of the Japanese Central League, where he made eight relief appearances. 2007: Spent only season in the Angels organization after being acquired on 11/20/06 from Florida in exchange for pitcher Kevin Gregg...Began season with Triple-A Salt Lake before being recalled on 7/3...Was scored upon two times in his four outings...Was placed on the disabled list on 7/13 (retro to 7/9) with right triceps tendinitis and missed remainder of the season. 2006: Had four stints with the Marlins in final season in the Florida organization...Was a member of Florida’s Opening Day roster...Picked up lone win on 9/9 vs. Philadelphia. 2005: Finished second in the Southern League and among Marlins farmhands in saves...Was ranked by Baseball America as the Southern League’s “Best Reliever”...Was named to the Southern League mid- and post-season All-Star teams...Was promoted from Carolina to the big leagues on 6/28 and made Major League debut that night vs. Atlanta; allowed four runs on four hits in 0.2ip...Earned first career win on 9/10 vs. Philadelphia after working a scoreless sixth inning. 2004: Spent entire season with Single-A Greensboro...Went 3-0 with nine saves and a 0.39 ERA in 22 games over the final three months of the season...Allowed just one earned run (27.0ip) in final 26 games. 2003: Began season as an outfielder before converting to a pitcher while playing with Greensboro...Appeared in 26 games as a position player between the beginning of the season and 6/20...Batted .191 (17-for-89) with one home run and eight RBI...Hit lone professional home run in the second game of a doubleheader on 6/8 at Kannapolis...Pitched professionally for the first time on 7/23 vs. Lakewood and allowed one earned run in 1.0 inning of work. 2002: Spent entire season with the GCL Marlins...Hit .264 with 11 RBI in 28 games...Recorded only stolen base of professional career on 8/10 at the GCL Dodgers...Made 14 appearances in right field, five in left field and eight as the designated hitter.
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ORGANIZATION

2001: Began professional career with the Gulf Coast League Marlins after being selected by Florida in the fourth round of the FirstYear Player Draft...Hit .116 (10-for-86) with five RBI in 26 games...Made 74 appearances in right field, one in center field and 11 as the designated hitter...Was promoted to Utica on 8/27 and went 1-for-3 in two games. MISC: Spent first two plus seasons of professional career as an outfielder in the Florida Marlins organization before converting to a pitcher in July of 2003...Went 1-3 with a 6.02 ERA (40.1ip/27er) in 20 relief appearances in parts of two seasons (2008 and 2009) with the Hanshin Tigers of the Japanese Central League...Made all but two of his minor league appearances in relief prior to 2010. PERSONAL: Christopher Paul Resop...Wife’s name is Kara...One son; Colton (9/12/09)...Is a 2001 graduate of Barron Collier High School in Naples, FL, where he lettered in baseball and football...Was honored as a Class 4A All-State as an outfielder during his senior season...Also played quarterback on the football team.

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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 15 0 2 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

IP

H

R

ER HR HP BB SO WP BK
7 9 14 16 21 8 23 2 12 3 16 11 19 5 2 4 98 45 2 47 1 1 2 1 4 1 4 1 2 0 2 3 4 0 0 1 16 5 1 6 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 5 4 0 4 5 7 16 9 15 16 16 1 10 12 7 6 32 3 1 10 104 48 1 49 15 1 68 2 56 4 15 3 43 2 10 0 39 1 2 0 13 0 22 0 6 1 21 1 91 4 2 0 2 0 24 0 336 14 64 3 2 0 66 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1

2003 Greensboro 0-1 4.97 11 2004 Greensboro 3-1 1.94 41 2005 Carolina 3-2 2.57 43 Florida 2-0 8.47 15 2006 Albuquerque 4-0 3.81 40 Florida (1) 1-2 3.38 22 2007 Salt Lake 1-3 4.57 27 Los Angeles (AL)(2) 0-0 4.15 4 2008 Atlanta 0-1 5.89 16 Richmond (3) 2-0 1.50 9 Hanshin 0-2 6.75 8 2009 Hanshin (4) 1-1 5.21 12 2010 Gwinnett (&) 6-3 2.09 15 Atlanta 0-0 22.50 1 Mississippi (#)(5) 0-0 4.15 2 Pittsburgh 0-0 1.89 22 Minor League Totals 19-10 2.91 188 N.L. Totals 3-3 6.29 76 A.L. Totals 0-0 4.15 4 Major League Totals 3-3 5.16 80

0 0 12.2 11 7 0 13 41.2 26 11 0 24 49.0 47 15 0 0 17.0 22 16 0 2 49.2 49 21 0 0 21.1 26 9 0 0 45.1 50 26 0 0 4.1 4 2 0 0 18.1 16 12 0 0 18.0 14 4 0 0 21.1 29 18 0 0 19.0 20 11 1 0 82.0 53 20 0 0 2.0 5 5 0 0 4.1 5 2 0 0 19.0 10 4 1 39 302.2 255 106 0 0 77.2 79 46 0 0 4.1 4 2 0 0 82.0 83 48

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (&)Statistics include time spent on Injury Rehab Assignment Selected by Florida in 2001 First-Year Player Draft (4th round). (1)Acquired by Los Angeles (AL) from Florida, 11/20/06, in deal for pitcher Kevin Gregg. (2)Claimed off waivers by Atlanta on 10/25/07. (3)Contract purchased by Hanshin Tigers of the Japanese Central League in July, 2008. (4)Signed by Atlanta as a minor league free agent on 1/20/10. (5)Claimed off waivers by Pittsburgh on 8/4/10.

POST-SEASON

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
June 28, 2005 vs. Atlanta

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE WIN
September 10, 2005 vs. Philadelphia

PITCHER 2005 2006 2007 2008 2010 CAREER

PCT 1.000 1.000 ---1.000 1.000 1.000

G GS PO 15 0 1 22 0 1 4 0 0 16 0 0 23 0 2 80 0 4

A 1 0 0 3 2 6

E 0 0 0 0 0 0

TC DP TP 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 10 2 0

DEVELOPMENT

HITTING TOTALS
YEAR 2005 CAREER AVG .000 .000 AB 1 1 H 0 0 HR 0 0 RBI 0 0

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
LEFT FIELD PCT 2008 ---CAREER ---G GS PO 1 0 0 1 0 0 A E 0 0 0 0 TC DP TP 0 0 0 0 0 0

AFFILIATES

RESOP HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 4 K’s, 7/7/05 vs. Milwaukee. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: 2.2 IP, 7/7/05 vs. Milwaukee. MOST WALKS: 3 BB (twice), 6/15/08 vs. Tampa Bay & 9/14/05 at Houston. LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 2 games (9/10 to 10/1/05). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 2 games (9/12 to 9/19/06).
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ORGANIZATION

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JoSH RodRIGUEz
M.L. SERVICE: None OBTAINED: Selected off Cleveland’s Columbus roster in Rule Five Draft on 12/9/10

InfIEldER
AGE: 26 BORN: 12/18/84 in Houston, TX RESIDES: Houston, TX HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-0/185 BATS/THROWS: R/R

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AWARDS & HONORS:

2008 Eastern League All-Star (mid-season). 2007 Carolina League All-Star (post-season).

2010 SEASON: Hit .297 (113-for-380) with 30 doubles, 13 home runs and 57 RBI in 107 minor league games...Established career high in doubles...Began season with Akron (Indians’ AA), where he played eight games at third base, five at shortstop, four at second base and two in right field...Hit lone Double-A home run on 4/25 at Bowie...Was hitting .291 after 19 games and was promoted to Columbus (Indians’ AAA) on 5/18...Homered in second Triple-A game on 5/19 at Gwinnett...Hit .200 (6-for-30) in first 10 games with Columbus before going 3-for-3 on 6/6 at Indianapolis...Hit safely in 13 of his next 16 Triple-A games, raising average from .200 to .337...Was sent back to Akron on 6/26 and went 4-for-8 in two games before returning to Columbus on 6/28 for the rest of the season...Batted .392 (31-for-79) overall in 22 games during the month of June...Homered twice on 7/29 vs. Buffalo...Went hitless in seven straight games (24 at bats) from 8/7-17 and produced a .213 (20-for-94) average in 26 games during the month of August...Rebounded to hit .500 (14-for-28) in his last eight games, which included a 4-for-4 performance on 9/1 at Indianapolis...Made 54 appearances at shortstop, 19 at second base, four in left field, one at third base and one in center field while playing with Columbus; made his final 35 appearances at shortstop. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Was limited to just 33 games with Akron due to more than three months spent on the disabled list with a right hamstring strain...Was hitting .314 when he was placed on the D.L. on 4/30...Was reinstated on 8/18 and went hitless in next four games (12 at bats) and 1-for-21 in first seven games upon return to action...Hit safely in seven of his final eight games (14-for-33, .424), which included a four-hit game at Altoona on 9/2...Hit .353 against left-handed pitchers and .268 against righthanders...Made all 29 defensive appearances at second base...Also went hitless in 13 at bats as the designated hitter...Participated in the Arizona Fall League and hit .222 (12-for-54) with a homer and four RBI in 15 games with Peoria. 2008: Spent entire season with Akron and was named to Eastern League mid-season All-Star team...Established minor league career highs in games played and at bats...Led team in games, runs, triples and walks...Made 74 appearances at shortstop and 62 at second base...Produced a 15-game hitting streak from 5/27 thru 6/11...Knocked in 22 of his 49 runs in 29 games during the month of June...Participated in the Arizona Fall League and hit .169 (13-for-77) with seven RBI in 23 games with Surprise. 2007: Spent entire season with Kinston and led Carolina League in runs...Also ranked second in total bases (227), walks and triples, third in home runs, fourth in RBI and fifth in extra-base hits (49)...Finished third in the Cleveland system in RBI and tied for fourth in homers...Named to Carolina League post-season All-Star team...Tied a Kinston franchise record in triples...Was just the second player in Kinston history to put up at least 20 home runs and 20 stolen bases in a season (also Jon Nunnally, who had 24 homers and 23 stolen bases in 1994)...Made all 125 defensive appearances at shortstop...Had six RBI on 5/30 vs. Wilmington...Homered twice and had nine RBI on 8/2 vs. Lynchburg...Homered in four straight games from 8/6-9...Went 9-for29 (.310) with five homers and nine RBI in seven games and was named Carolina League Player-of-the-Week for week ending 8/12...Hit .299 (35-for-117) with 10 home runs and 29 RBI in 31 games during the month of August...Was also named Playerof-the-Week for the final week of the season after batting .385 (10-for-26) with two triples, a homer, five RBI and three stolen bases in seven games. 2006: Spent first professional season with Mahoning Valley after being selected by Cleveland in the second round of the FirstYear Player Draft (57th player chosen overall)...Hit safely in each of his first five games and batted .321 (17-for-53) in 16 games during the month of July...Hit first pro home run and knocked in four runs on 7/21 vs. Vermont...Had five hits and scored four runs on 8/26 at Batavia...Homered in three straight games from 9/1-3...Was hitting .216 following the action on 8/25, but went 17-for41 (.415) in his final 12 games...Made 42 appearances st shortstop and three at second base. MISC: Has made 295 appearances at shortstop, 113 at second base, four in left field, one at third base and one in center field during his minor league career. PERSONAL: Joshua Joel Rodriguez...Is a 2004 graduate of South Houston High School, where he was a three-year starter and played mainly second base...Played three years of baseball at Rice University...Was named Western Athletic Conference Freshmanof-the-Year in 2004 after batting .306 and starting 51 of the 60 games for the defending national champions...Hit .345 and led the team in home runs (11), hits (82), RBI (54), and total bases (132) as a sophomore in 2005...Finished career with Rice by hitting .344 with 11 homers and 64 RBI in 70 games as a junior.

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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS Mahoning Valley.268 45 157 26 42 11 4 4 24 0 1 3 14 33 2 0 Kinston .262 133 493 *84 129 20 9 20 82 1 4 2 68 95 21 8 Akron .241 137 532 75 128 22 10 7 49 9 3 0 77 122 12 6 Akron .295 33 105 18 31 4 0 0 12 2 0 1 23 30 2 3 Akron .317 21 63 11 20 7 0 1 11 0 4 1 11 10 0 2 Columbus (1) .293 86 317 49 93 23 1 12 46 4 2 1 40 75 6 2 Minor League Totals .266 455 1667 263 443 87 24 44 224 16 14 8 233 365 43 21 E 11 32 20 5 4 15 87

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(*)Led League Selected by Cleveland in 2006 First-Year Player Draft (2nd round). (1)Selected by Pittsburgh off Cleveland’s Triple-A Columbus roster in Rule Five Draft on 12/9/10.

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BATTING CHAMPIONSHIPS WON BY THE PIRATES
In the 124-year history of the club, the Pirates have won 25 batting championships, more than any other major league franchise. The following 11 players have captured those 25 titles. The runner-up is also listed. YEAR 1900 1902 1903 1904 1906 1907 1908 1909 1911 1927 1934 1935 1936 1940 1960 1961 1964 1965 1966 1967 1977 1978 1981 1983 2006 WINNER Honus Wagner (.381) Ginger Beaumont (.357) Honus Wagner (.355) Honus Wagner (.349) Honus Wagner (.339) Honus Wagner (.350) Honus Wagner (.354) Honus Wagner (.339) Honus Wagner (.334) Paul Waner (.380) Paul Waner (.362) Arky Vaughan (.385) Paul Waner (.373) Debs Garms (.355) Dick Groat (.325) Roberto Clemente (.351) Roberto Clemente (.339) Roberto Clemente (.329) Matty Alou (.342) Roberto Clemente (.357) Dave Parker (.338) Dave Parker (.334) Bill Madlock (.341) Bill Madlock (.323) Freddy Sanchez (.344) RUNNER-UP Elmer Flick (.367) Sam Crawford (.333) Fred Clarke (.351) Jake Beckley (.325) Harry Steinfeldt (.327) Sherry Magee (.328) Mike Donlin (.334) Mike Mitchell (.310) Doc Miller (.333) Rogers Hornsby (.361) Bill Terry (.354) Joe Medwick (.353) Joe Medwick (.351) Stan Hack (.317) Norm Larker (.323) Vada Pinson (.343) Rico Carty (.330) Hank Aaron (.318) Felipe Alou (.327) Tony Ganzalez (.339) Garry Templeton (.332) Steve Garvey (.316) Pete Rose (.325) Lonnie Smith (.321) Miguel Cabrera (.339)

HISTORY POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT AFFILIATES

DID YOU KNOW...
That Dick Stuart led the 1960 Pirates with 23 home runs hit during the regular season. He also hit a team-high 35 homers a year later while also leading the Bucs with 117 RBI during his All-Star campaign. Stuart’s 34 home runs as a first baseman in 1961 remain a club record for the most home runs hit at that position in one season and his 111 career homers as a first baseman rank third in club history behind Willie Stargell (184) and Kevin Young (128).
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ORGANIZATION

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cHRIS SnydER
M.L. SERVICE: 6 years, 47 days OBTAINED: From Arizona, 7/31/10, along with infielder Pedro Ciriaco and cash considerations, in deal for pitcher D.J. Carrasco, infielder Bobby Crosby and outfielder Ryan Church

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AGE: 30 BORN: 2/12/81 in Houston, TX RESIDES: Glendale, AZ HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-4/242 BATS/THROWS: R/R

AWARDS & HONORS:

2004 Texas League All-Star (mid-season and post-season).

2010 SEASON: Hit .207 (66-for-319) with 15 home runs and 48 RBI in 105 combined games with Arizona and Pittsburgh...His 15 home runs fell one shy of his career high of 16 hit with the Diamondbacks in 2008 and ranked fourth among N.L. catchers behind Brian McCann (20), Rod Barajas (17) and Geovany Soto (17)...Was a member of Arizona’s Opening Day roster for the sixth time in his career...Hit safely in four of his first five games...Went deep for the first time on 4/11 vs. Pittsburgh while also recording a career high-tying five RBI (fourth time)...Hit safely in a season-high seven straight games from 4/19-27...Homered in back-to-back games on 4/29-30 at Chicago...Started 23 of Arizona’s 29 games in May...Homered in back-to-back games again on 5/30 at San Francisco and 5/31 at Los Angeles...Was charged with only error with Arizona on 6/6 vs. Colorado; his first error since 8/20/07 - snapping a 240-game errorless streak (the streak was the third-longest in Major League history behind Mike Redmond with 253 and Mike Matheny with 252 and second-longest in National League history)...Delivered a pinch-hit, walkoff single on 7/21 vs. New York (NL)...Was acquired by Pittsburgh on 7/31...Tallied two RBI in his second start with the Pirates on 8/3 vs. Cincinnati...Went 5-for-21 (.238) with a homer and five RBI in his first six starts with Pittsburgh, hitting first long ball on 8/7 vs. Colorado...Made a total of 38 starts behind the plate with the Pirates and committed three errors (all fielding)...Also threw out five of the 17 runners attempting to steal against him (29%) and had one passed ball with Pittsburgh. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Was limited to 61 games while battling a back injury during the final three months of the season...Made 56 appearances (51 starts) behind the plate...Also saw one game of action at first base as a defensive replacement (8/6 at Pittsburgh)...Was not charged with an error in his 56 games at catcher to extend his errorless streak to 197 games dating back to 8/20/07, which was the second-longest active streak among Major League backstops...Threw out 5 of the 31 baserunners attempting to steal against him (16%)...Went 11-for-28 (.393) while hitting safely in a career high-tying nine straight games from 4/27 to 5/10...Hit second career grand slam on 5/16 off Atlanta’s Buddy Carlyle while also collecting a career high-tying five RBI...Went deep three times over a four-game stretch from 5/16-21, including back-to-back games on 5/2021 (fifth time in his career)...Hit .300 (18-for-60) with a .583 slugging percentage during the month of May...Was placed on the disabled list with a lower back strain on 6/21...Was reinstated from the disabled list on 7/28 and appeared in 12 games before being placed back on the D.L. on 8/27 with lower back pain...Had season-ending back surgery on 9/23 (surgery performed by Dr. Chris Yeung in Phoenix). 2008: Established career highs in nearly every offensive category...Finished tied for fourth among National League catchers with 16 home runs (it was also a single-season high by a Diamondbacks catcher, surpassing the 14 hit by Kelly Stinnett in 1999)...Led all National League catchers with a 1.000 fielding percentage after not committing an error in 847 total chances...Went 13-for-63 (.206) in his first 22 games before rebounding to hit .351 (20-for-57) with six doubles, three home runs and 13 RBI in 19 games from 5/3-26...Hit safely in a career-high nine straight games from 5/3-15, going 14-for-32 (.438) during the stretch...Was on the disabled list from 7/1-20 with a left testicular contusion after being struck by a foul ball off the tip of the bat of Milwaukee’s Corey Hart on 6/30...Homered in back-to-back games on 8/14 at Colorado and 8/15 at Houston...Threw out 22 of the 71 baserunners attempting to steal against him (31%). 2007: Made 106 appearances (103 starts) behind the plate for the National League West Division Champion Diamondbacks...Made first career appearance at first base (8/14) and only career appearance in left field (8/14)...Arizona’s pitching staff posted a 3.73 ERA (891.1ip/369er) when he was behind the plate, which was the fourth-lowest ERA in the Majors...Recorded a .998 fielding percentage in his 106 games behind the plate...Threw out 18 of the 60 baserunners (30%) attempting to steal against him...Went deep in back-to-back games for the first time in his career on 6/15 and 6/17 at Baltimore...Knocked in a run in six consecutive games (10 RBI total) from 8/1-9...Went 2-for-3 with a double, home run and four RBI on 8/8 vs. Pittsburgh...Was charged with an error on 8/20 vs. Milwaukee; his first miscue since 9/5/06 at Florida (a span of 92 games)...Hit .478 (11-for-23) with three doubles, two home runs and 10 RBI during an eight-game hitting streak from 9/11-22...Went 4for-12 with a pair of doubles, a home run, three RBI and a run scored in the National League Championship Series against the Rockies. 2006: Spent second straight full season with Arizona...Knocked in five runs on 4/6 while making his first start...Homered for the second time in three games on 4/12...Was charged with two errors in his 60 games (55 starts) behind the plate...Threw out 17 of the 48 baserunners attempting to steal against him (35%). 2005: Made Arizona’s Opening Day roster for the first time in his career and spent entire season in the Majors...Made 113 appearances (105 starts) behind the plate and committed just two errors in 725 total chances...Also threw out 11 of the 57 baserunners attempting to steal against him (19%)...Recorded first career five-RBI game and second career two-homer game on 7/31 at Chicago; hit first career grand slam in the fifth inning off Mike Remlinger...Hit first career pinch hit home run on 8/14 in Atlanta; a two-run shot off Horacio Ramirez in the ninth inning. 2004: Spent majority of the season with Double-A El Paso, where he was named to the Texas League mid- and post-season All-Star teams...Ranked second in the Texas League with a .520 slugging percentage, fifth in on-base percentage (.389), tied for sixth in doubles and was seventh in batting average...Was named Arizona’s Minor League Player-of-the-Month for June after hitting .388...Earned Texas League Playerof-the-Week honors for the week of 7/12-18 after batting .500 (10-for-20)...Had contract selected on 8/18 after catcher Koyie Hill was injured...Went 2-for-3 in his Major League debut on 8/21 vs. Cincinnati; singled off Aaron Harang for first career hit...Took Pittsburgh’s John Van Benschoten deep for first career home run on 8/23 at PNC Park.
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ORGANIZATION

2003: Split season between Single-A Lancaster and El Paso...Also played for Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League. 2002: Spent first professional season with Single-A Lancaster after being selected by the Diamondbacks in the second round of the First-Year Player Draft...Hit safely in 11 of his first 15 professional games...Ranked sixth among California League backstops after throwing out 22 of 56 baserunners attempting to steal against him (39%). MISC: Had his 240-game errorless streak snapped on 6/6/10; the third-longest streak in the Major Leagues by a catcher behind Mike Redmond (253 games) and Mike Matheny (252 games)...Made lone appearance in left field on 8/14/07...Has made three career appearances at first base; last one coming on 8/6/09.

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PERSONAL: Christopher Ryan Snyder...Wife’s name is Carla...Has three children; sons Chase (11/8/04) and Trevor (5/22/10) and daughter Thalia (4/26/07)...Is a 1999 graduate of Spring Woods (TX) High School in Houston...Also attended the University of Houston, where he hit .343 with a school record 71 RBI during his junior season in 2002...Received third-team All-America honors from the NCBWA, All-Conference USA first-team honors and Baseball America second-team All-America honors...Was also selected as one of three finalists for the 2002 Johnny Bench Award, which is awarded to college’s top collegiate backstop...Was the starting catcher for Team USA in 2001.

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB
Lancaster Lancaster El Paso 2004 El Paso Arizona 2005 Arizona 2006 Arizona 2007 Arizona 2008 Visalia (#) Arizona 2009 Arizona Reno (#) 2010 Arizona (1) Pittsburgh Minor League Totals Major League Totals 2002 2003

AVG
.258 .314 .202 .301 .240 .202 .277 .252 .400 .237 .200 .308 .231 .169 .276 .229

G

AB

R

H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP
16 16 14 31 6 14 9 20 0 22 7 1 8 1 78 87 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1

BB SO

SB CS E

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60 217 31 56 69 245 53 77 53 188 21 38 99 346 66 104 29 96 10 23 115 326 24 66 61 184 19 51 110 326 37 82 1 5 1 2 115 334 47 79 61 165 20 33 3 13 2 4 65 195 22 45 40 124 12 21 288 1021 175 282 596 1750 191 400

9 44 1 4 3 25 54 10 53 0 2 8 35 43 4 26 0 2 4 19 29 15 57 0 3 6 46 57 5 15 0 1 0 13 25 6 28 3 0 4 40 87 6 32 1 5 1 22 39 13 47 3 4 7 40 67 1 4 0 0 0 0 2 16 64 5 5 4 56 101 6 22 1 2 2 32 47 1 4 0 0 0 0 3 10 32 1 1 1 36 61 5 16 0 1 1 16 33 40 188 1 11 22 128 191 67 256 14 19 20 255 460

0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

3 7 3 9 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 22 9

HISTORY POST-SEASON

(#)Injury Rehab Assignment Selected by Arizona in 2002 First-Year Player Draft (2nd round). (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Arizona, 7/31/10, along with infielder Pedro Ciriaco and cash considerations, in deal for pitcher D.J. Carrasco, infielder Bobby Crosby and outfielder Ryan Church.

DIVISION SERIES STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB/OPP 2007 Ari. vs. Chi. AVG .143 G AB 3 7 R 2 H 1 2B 0 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 SH 0 SF HP 0 0 BB SO 1 2 SB CS E 0 0 0

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB/OPP 2007 Ari. vs. Col. AVG .333 G AB 3 12 R 1 H 4 2B 2 3B HR RBI 0 1 3 SH 0 SF HP 0 0 BB SO 1 4 SB CS E 0 0 0

DEVELOPMENT

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
CATCHER 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CAREER PCT G 1.000 29 .997 113 .995 60 .999 106 1.000 112 1.000 56 .995 101 .998 577 GS 27 105 55 103 106 51 96 543 PO 213 679 394 722 777 363 679 3827 A 19 44 35 58 70 21 58 305 E 0 2 2 1 0 0 4 9 TC DP TP PB 232 2 0 3 725 0 0 7 431 6 0 6 781 9 0 9 847 5 0 7 384 1 0 3 741 2 0 6 4141 25 0 41

AFFILIATES

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
FIRST BASE PCT 2007 1.000 2009 1.000 CAREER 1.000

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
LEFT FIELD PCT 2007 ---CAREER ---G GS PO 1 0 0 1 0 0 A E 0 0 0 0 TC DP TP 0 0 0 0 0 0

GENERAL

G GS PO 2 0 1 1 0 1 3 0 2

A 0 0 0

E 0 0 0

TC DP TP 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0

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MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
August 21, 2004 vs. Cincinnati

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
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DATE PITCHER
August 21, 2004 vs. CIN ....Aaron Harang - 1B

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HR
DATE PITCHER
August 23, 2004 at PIT....John Van Benschoten

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PINCH HIT HOMERS (1)
DATE PITCHER
August 14, 2005 at ATL..........Horacio Ramirez

GRAND SLAMS (2)
DATE PITCHER

HISTORY

July 31, 2005 at CHI................Mike Remlinger May 16, 2009 vs. ATL................Buddy Carlyle

POST-SEASON

SNYDER HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 2 HR, 7/31/05 at Chicago (NL) & 9/8/04 at Los Angeles (NL). MOST HITS/GAME: 4 hits, 4/9/05 vs. Los Angeles (NL). MOST RBI/GAME: 5 RBI (4 times), last on 4/11/10 vs. Pittsburgh. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 7 games Career: 9 games (2009 & 2008).

DEVELOPMENT

PITTSBURGH’S OPENING DAY CATCHERS SINCE 1962
1962 1966 1970 1974 1978 1982 1986 1990 1994 1998 2002 2006 2010 Smoky Burgess Jim Pagliaroni Jerry May Manny Sanguillen Ed Ott Tony Pena Tony Pena Mike LaValliere Don Slaught Jason Kendall Jason Kendall Humberto Cota Ryan Doumit 1963 1967 1971 1975 1979 1983 1987 1991 1995 1999 2003 2007 Jim Pagliaroni Jerry May Manny Sanguillen Manny Sanguillen Ed Ott Tony Pena Junior Ortiz Mike LaValliere Mark Parent Jason Kendall Jason Kendall Ronny Paulino 1964 1968 1972 1976 1980 1984 1988 1992 1996 2000 2004 2008 Jim Pagliaroni Jerry May Manny Sanguillen Manny Sanguillen Ed Ott Tony Pena Mike LaValliere Mike LaValliere Jason Kendall Jason Kendall Jason Kendall Ryan Doumit 1965 1969 1973 1977 1981 1985 1989 1993 1997 2001 2005 2009 Jim Pagliaroni Jerry May Milt May Duffy Dyer Steve Nicosia Tony Pena Mike LaValliere Mike LaValliere Jason Kendall Jason Kendall Benito Santiago Ryan Doumit

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AGE: 22 (23 turns August 12) BORN: 8/12/88 in Estado Anzoategui, Venezuela RESIDES: Barcelona, Venezuela HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 5-11/219 BATS/THROWS: R/R

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Member of 2009 Arizona Fall League “Rising Stars” Team. 2007 Florida State League All-Star (post-season). Participated in 2006 MLB Futures Game in Pittsburgh. 2006 South Atlantic League All-Star (mid-season). 2006 Gulf Coast League All-Star (post-season).

2010 SEASON: Began season with Indianapolis (AAA), where he hit safely in each of his first 11 games (16-for-49, .327) and in 24 of his first 26 thru 5/8 (41-for-115, .357)...Was also successful in 18 of his first 20 stolen base attempts thru 5/10...Had season-high four hits and three stolen bases on 5/2 at Lehigh Valley...Produced five straight multi-hit games from 5/2-8, hitting .600 (12-for-20) and raising season average from .305 to .357...Went 6for-34 (.176) in his next eight games before banging out three hits on 5/18 vs. Scranton/WB...Hit safely in his last five Triple-A games and in seven of his last eight...Hit .322 (65-for-202) and scored 39 runs in 48 games as the leadoff batter with Indianapolis...Also hit .329 (57-for-173) against right-handed pitchers and .235 (12-for-51) against lefties...Made 39 appearances in center field and 15 in left field while playing with Indianapolis and did not make an error...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 6/9 and made Major League debut as a starter in left field that night in Washington...Had an infield hit to short off John Lannan in his first big league at bat; went 2-for-4 with a walk and a stolen base in the game...Tallied first RBI in his second game on 6/10 at Washington...Reached base safely in his first eight games with the Pirates, hitting safely in seven of them...Connected off John Danks of the White Sox for first Major League home run on 6/16 at PNC Park...Was successful in each of his first five stolen base attempts with the Pirates before being caught for the first time on 6/20 at Chicago (NL)...Hit safely in 23 of his first 25 Tabata with pitcher Chris Resop during Clemente games following the All-Star break, going 39-for-101 (.386) and raising average from .241 to Day event at Kings Elementary School in 2010 .309 following the action on 8/11 at San Diego...Had a 12-game hitting streak from 7/20 thru 8/1 (20-for-50, .400)...Committed lone error (throwing) while playing center field on 8/20 vs. New York (NL)...Swiped two bases on 9/10 at Cincinnati...Made lone appearance as a pinch hitter on 9/12 at Cincinnati...Tripled in back-to-back games on 9/21-22...Hit safely in career-high 14 consecutive games from 9/17 thru 10/1 (18-for-55, .327)...Went hitless in his last eight at bats to drop season-ending average below .300...Ranked second in the National League with 93 hits after the All-Star break, trailing only Colorado’s Carlos Gonzalez (95)...His .322 average after the break was the seventh-best in the league...Made 92 starts in left field and nine in center field for the Pirates...Had a team-high 31 infield hits, which included a pair of bunt base hits...Hit .328 (85-for-259) in 66 games from the second spot of the batting order and .255 (35-for-137) from the leadoff spot...Also went 1-for-8 in two games while batting third for the Pirates...Produced a .380 average (30-for-79) while batting with runners in scoring position and a .331 average (45-for-136) with runners on base. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Was ranked by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s third-best prospect prior to the season...Hit .293 (106-for-362) with 22 doubles, five home runs, 35 RBI and 11 stolen bases in 93 combined games between Double-A Altoona and Triple-A Indianapolis...Missed 37 games with Altoona from 4/29 to 6/9 with a strained right hamstring...Ranked fifth among Bucco farmhands in batting...Was Altoona’s Opening Day starter in center field and went 2-for-5 with an RBI on 4/8 at Erie...Hit .250 (16-for-64) with six RBI in 17 games during the month of April...Suffered a strained right hamstring on 4/28 at Reading and was placed on the disabled list the following day...Was reinstated and returned to the lineup on 6/10 at New Britain, but left midway through the game after experiencing mild cramping and did not return to the lineup again until 6/16...Made first 16 defensive appearances in center field, but became Altoona’s primary right fielder following the acquisition of Gorkys Hernandez on 6/3...Hit first Double-A home run on 6/19 vs. Connecticut...Produced a 13-game hitting streak from 7/5-19 (18-for-54, .333)...Snapped streak by going hitless in pinch-hit appearance on 7/20...Recorded the fourth four-hit game of his career the following day; 7/21 vs. Reading...Recorded at least one hit in 21 of his final 24 contests with Altoona, raising his batting average from .265 to .303 during that span...Made 36 appearances in right field and 22 in center field while playing with the Curve; also went 5for-16 (.313) in five games as the designated hitter...Was promoted to Indianapolis on 7/30 and went 3-for-3 with two walks in his first game with the Indians on 8/1 at Durham...Hit .385 (15-for-39) with a homer and four RBI in his first nine Triple-A games thru 8/10...Hit first home run with Indianapolis on 8/7 vs. Charlotte...Went 26-for-74 (.351) with three home runs and seven RBI in his first 17 games with Indy thru 8/22; went 11-for-60 (.183) with three RBI in final 15 games...Had lone sacrifice bunt on 8/24 - his third career and first since 4/21/08...Made 17 appearances in right field and 15 in center field while playing with Indianapolis...Participated in the Arizona Fall League and hit .392 (47-for-120) with six doubles, three triples, a homer and 21 RBI in 28 games with the Scottsdale Scorpions (club managed by current Pittsburgh Coach Jeff Banister)...Went 6-for-7 with four runs in his final game on 11/19 and 11-for-15 in his last three contests...Led the league in hits and at bats, ranked third in batting average, third in total bases (62) and fourth in runs scored (21). 2008: Entered season ranked as third-best prospect in New York Yankess farm system by Baseball America...Also rated by same publication as the “Best Hitter for Average” in system for the second straight year...Hit .277 (109-for-394) with eight home runs, 56 RBI
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and 18 stolen bases in 105 minor league games, including four games spent on injury rehab with Gulf Coast League Pirates...Began season with Trenton (Yankees’ AA); at 19 years and 7 months, was the second-youngest player on an Eastern League Opening Day roster behind Binghamton’s Fernando Martinez (19 years, 5 months)...Batted .186 (18-for-97) in his first 26 games (thru 5/2), but hit .290 (29for-100) in the final 26 games during the month of May...Went 3-for-6, hit his first Double-A home run and tallied four RBI in Trenton’s 15-5 win at Reading on 5/21...Also homered and knocked in four runs on 6/29 at Portland...Suffered a hamstring injury during 7/1 contest vs. Portland and went on the D.L. the following day...Did not return to action for the Thunder before being traded from New York to Pittsburgh as part of six-player deal on 7/26...Made all 68 defensive appearances in right field while playing with Trenton...Made debut in Pirates organization on a rehab assignment in Bradenton and went 5-for-11 with two homers, seven RBI and four runs scored in four games from 8/2-6 (two games in LF, one in RF and one as the DH)...Hit two home runs and tallied five RBI on 8/5 against the GCL Red Sox...Was assigned to Altoona on 8/8 and made his Curve debut that night at Harrisburg...Started each of the Curve’s final 22 games in center field...Hit safely in 12 of his next 13 contests (23-for-54, .426) after going hitless in first game with Altoona...Went 4-for-4 on 8/13 at Portland...Hit first home run with the Curve on 8/16 at New Hampshire...Delivered a walk-off single in the 11th inning of the Curve’s 5-4 win vs. Reading on 8/30...Batted .286 (36-for-126) with one home run, 14 RBI and nine stolen bases in 43 games with Anzoategui during the Venezuelan Winter League. 2007: Spent entire season with Tampa (Yankees’ A) and led team in batting average...Ranked fourth among Florida State League leaders in hitting...Was named to Florida State League’s post-season All-Star team...Did not go more than two straight games without a hit the entire season...Made all 87 defensive appearances in right field...Also went 12-for-71 (.169) in 16 games as the designated hitter...Hit .400 (16-for-40) in first 11 games thru 4/16...Went 0-for-8 in 20-inning game vs. Clearwater on 4/16 (Tampa lost the game 4-1)...Hit safely in 16 of his 18 games from 4/27 thru 5/20, going 24-for-74 (.324) and raising season average from .276 to .300...Reached base safely in each of his first 18 road games from 4/5 thru 5/22...Had back-to-back three-hit games on 5/31 and 6/1...Led team with a .354 average during the month of June...Had season-high four hits on 7/3 at Clearwater...Reached base safely in 15 of his last 16 games...Homered twice in his final five contests...Produced a .341 average with runners in scoring position, going 42-for-123 with 46 RBI. 2006: Spent entire season with Charleston, New York’s entry in the the South Atlantic League...Was named to the mid-season All-Star team and went 1-for-3 during the MLB Futures Game played at PNC Park in Pittsburgh...Began campaign with a .356 average (32-for90) and 23 RBI in 23 games during the month of April...Had three separate stints on the disabled list due to an injured left thumb (5/18-25, 7/19 to 8/4 and 8/6 thru the end of the season)...Made 72 appearances in right field and two in center field...Also went 12-for-45 (.267) with 10 RBI in 11 games as the designated hitter...Had five RBI on 4/16 at Augusta...Homered in back-to-back games on 5/5 and 5/6...Reached base safely in 24 straight games from 5/2 thru 6/2...Hit fifth and final home run on 6/1...Hit .315 in June, but just .200 in July...Produced a .340 average with runners in scoring position, going 33-for-97 with 45 RBI...Played in 18 games and hit .288 during the Venezuelan Winter League. 2005: Spent first professional season with the Gulf Coast League Yankees and was named to league’s post-season All-Star team...Led league in stolen bases...Made 40 appearances in left field and one in center field (7/8 at GCL Pirates)...Hit first professional home run on 7/27 at GCL Tigers...Hit .300 with 10 RBI in July and .347 with 13 RBI in August...Hit .370 (20-for-54) and knocked in 23 runs while batting with runners in scoring position...Was ranked by Baseball America as New York’s third-best prospect following the season. MISC: Has hit .304 (332-for-1091) with 17 home runs and 109 RBI in 274 games since joining the Pittsburgh organization...Produced a .317 batting average with runners in scoring position during his minor league career, going 163-for-514 with 190 RBI...Has made 281 appearances in right field, 149 in left field and 110 in center field during his professional career. PERSONAL: Jose Nicolas Tabata (pronounced “TAH-bah-tah”)...Wife’s name is Auromar...Originally signed by the New York Yankees as a non-drafted free agent on his 16th birthday...Entered the 2010 season ranked by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s second-best prospect and as the “Best Hitter for Average” in the farm system...Was ranked #37 on Baseball America’s annual pre-season list of the Top 100 prospects in baseball prior to 2008 season...Was rated by Baseball America as the Eastern League’s #12 prospect following the ‘08 campaign...Participated in team’s annual Caravan and PirateFest this past January.

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB
GCL Yankees Charleston Tampa Trenton (1) GCL Pirates (#) Altoona 2009 Altoona Indianapolis 2010 Indianapolis Pittsburgh Minor League Totals Major League Totals 2005 2006 2007 2008

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H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP
5 1 22 1 16 2 9 0 1 0 6 2 15 1 7 1 13 2 21 4 94 10 21 4 3 25 5 51 5 54 3 36 2 7 3 13 2 25 3 10 3 19 4 35 29 240 4 35

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SB CS E

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44 156 30 49 86 319 50 95 103 411 56 126 79 294 40 73 4 11 4 5 22 89 16 31 61 228 31 69 32 134 21 37 53 224 42 69 102 405 61 121 454 1866 290 554 102 405 61 121

0 0 2 15 14 *22 6 2 0 2 12 30 66 15 5 1 1 1 10 33 70 15 7 3 1 4 7 26 49 10 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 18 8 0 0 0 1 5 20 25 7 6 1 1 1 2 10 18 4 2 1 0 3 2 23 35 25 6 0 5 1 2 28 57 19 7 1 3 12 40 167 295 106 34 11 5 1 2 28 57 19 7 1

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League Signed by New York (AL) as a non-drafted free agent on 8/12/04. (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from New York (AL), 7/26/08, along with pitcher Jeff Kartsens, Daniel McCutchen and Ross Ohlendorf in deal for outfielder Xavier Nady and pitcher Damaso Marte.
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MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
June 9, 2010 at Washington

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
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June 9, 2010 at WAS............John Lannan - 1B

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HR
DATE PITCHER
June 16, 2010 vs. CWS ................John Danks

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LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
LEFT FIELD PCT G GS PO 2010 .995 93 92 189 CAREER .995 93 92 189 A E TC DP TP 5 1 195 1 0 5 1 195 1 0

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LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
CENTER FIELD PCT G GS PO 2010 1.000 13 9 22 CAREER 1.000 13 9 22

A E 0 0 0 0

TC DP TP 22 0 0 22 0 0

TABATA HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 1 HR (4 times), last on 8/28/10 at Milwaukee. MOST HITS/GAME: 3 hits (8 times), last on 8/31/10 at Chicago (NL). MOST RBI/GAME: 2 RBI (5 times), last on 9/21/10 vs. St. Louis. MOST SB/GAME: 2 SB, 9/10/10 at Cincinnati. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 14 games Career: 14 games (2010).

POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT

LEADOFF HOME RUNS HIT BY THE PIRATES
In the 124-year history of the Pirates, a total of 146 home runs have been hit leading off the Bucco half of the first inning. Barry Bonds is the all-time club leader with 20, hitting a single-season team record eight during the 1988 season. Here’s a look at the Pittsburgh players with at least threee leadoff homers:

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Barry Bonds........................20 Al Martin ............................10 Bob Bailey ............................7 Andrew McCutchen ............6 Cal Abrams ..........................5 Omar Moreno........................5

Bill Virdon ............................5 Roberto Clemente ................4 Lee Handley ........................4 Nate McLouth ......................4 Gary Redus ..........................4 Jose Bautista........................3

Carlos Garcia........................3 Chad Hermansen..................3 Kenny Lofton ........................3 Rennie Stennett ....................3 Tony Womack........................3

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M.L. SERVICE: None OBTAINED: Claimed off waivers from Washington on 12/23/10

lEfT-HAndEd PITcHER
AGE: 24 BORN: 2/28/87 in Beaumont, TX RESIDES: Houston, TX HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-2/196 BATS/THROWS: L/L

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AWARDS & HONORS:

2006 South Atlantic League All-Star (mid-season).

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2010 SEASON: Spent first full season in Washington organization and set minor league career high in starts...Went 5-13 with a 5.65 ERA in 27 total starts with Double-A Harrisburg and Triple-A Syracuse...Made first three starts with Harrisburg, tossing 5.0 scoreless frames in his second outing on 4/14 and 7.0 scoreless innings in his third start on 4/19...Was promoted to Syracuse on 4/24 and made lone Triple-A start that night vs. Rochester...Returned to Double-A on 4/26 and finished season with Harrisburg...Lost four straight starts from 4/30 thru 5/15...Was victorious on 5/21 at Akron, but then lost his next four starts thru 6/11...Won backto-back starts on 6/22 and 6/28...Tossed 6.0 hitless innings (walked six) and was the winning pitcher in one-hit blanking (3-0) at Portland on 6/28; was his final win...Lost his last four decisions...Was claimed off waivers by Pittsburgh on 12/23. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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2009: Established minor league career high with 146.2 innings pitched...Went 5-12 with a 3.93 ERA in 26 Double-A starts...Began season with Jacksonville in the Florida organization...Pitched 6.0 scoreless innings while winning his first start on 4/12 vs. Tennessee...Lost five straight starts from 4/23 thru 5/15 before winning second decision on 5/20 at Carolina...Posted a 2.70 ERA (30.0ip/9er) in five starts during the month of June...Won three of his last four decisions with Jacksonville, which included a victory in his final start there on 7/28 vs. Birmingham...Was acquired by Washington organization on 7/31 and was assigned to Harrisburg...Was charged with three earned runs or less in five of his six starts with the Senators, but failed to post a victory...Struck out a season-high 11 batters and gave up one run in 6.0 innings of work, but received a no-decision on 8/23 at Portland. 2008: Spent majority of season with Carolina (Marlins’ A)...Lost his first three decisions...Was on disabled list with a left shoulder strain from 5/16 to 7/18...Made two rehab starts with the GCL Marlins on 7/10 and 7/15...Hit first professional home run on 7/31 vs. Jacksonville...Tossed 7.0 scoreless frames and won first game on 8/10 vs. Mobile...Lost his next two starts before posting a victory in final start on 8/28 vs. Tennessee...Participated in Arizona Fall League and went 1-0 with a 6.00 ERA (15.0ip/10er) in 11 relief appearances with the Mesa Solar Sox. 2007: Spent entire season with Jupiter (Marlins’ A)...Ranked second among Florida farmhands in ERA and surrendered just two home runs...Pitched 8.0 scoreless innings while winning first decision in fourth start on 4/24 vs. St. Lucie...Made first and only professional relief appearance on 4/29 at St. Lucie...Whiffed a season-high 10 batters while winning second game on 5/25 vs. Clearwater...Won back-to-back starts on 8/14 and 8/20 and was charged with just five earned runs in his last four outings (25.0ip - 1.80 ERA). 2006: Was named to South Atlantic League mid-season All-Star team and posted minor league career highs in victories and strikeouts while spending entire season with Greensboro...Was the winning pitcher in the All-Star Game on 6/20...Lost three straight starts from 7/12-29, but rebounded to win two of his final three decisions. 2005: Split first professional season between the GCL Marlins and Jamestown after being selected by Florida in the first round of the June Draft (was the 22nd player chosen overall)...Went 3-6 with a 3.96 ERA in 13 total starts...Suffered loss while making first pro start on 6/27 vs. GCL Mets...Suffered three straight losses to begin his career before winning first start on 7/18 at GCL Dodgers...Posted a 2.42 ERA (26.0ip/7er) in his last five starts in the Gulf Coast League...Was promoted to Jamestown and picked up lone win with Jammers in second start on 8/20 at Auburn...Was charged with three earned runs or less in all five starts with Jamestown. MISC: Was rated by Baseball America as having the Best Changeup in the Florida system prior to 2009 season...Pitched a perfect sixth inning and struck out two batters to get credit for the victory and earn Pitcher-of-the-Game honors in 2006 South Atlantic League All-Star Game. PERSONAL: Aaron Marshall Thompson...Is a 2005 graduate of Second Baptist High School in Houston, TX, where he went 8-3 with two saves and a 0.84 ERA as a senior...Also struck out 133 batters in 66.0ip...Signed a letter of intent with Texas A&M before signing with the Florida Marlins.

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DID YOU KNOW...
The Pirates led the National League with 48 saves as a team in 1971. Dave Giusti led all N.L. pitchers with 30. Jim Grant (7), Ramon Hernandez (4), Bob Miller (3), Bob Veale (2), Bob Moose (1) and Nellie Briles (1) also saved at least one game for the Bucs that season.
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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L 2005 GCL Marlins 2-4 Jamestown 1-2 2006 Greensboro 8-8 2007 Jupiter 4-6 2008 Carolina 2-5 GCL Marlins (#) 0-0 2009 Jacksonville (1) 5-9 Harrisburg 0-3 2010 Harrisburg 4-13 Syracuse (2) 1-0 Minor League Totals 27-50 ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP 4.50 8 8 0 0 0 32.0 3.10 5 5 0 0 0 20.1 3.63 24 24 0 0 0 134.0 3.37 20 19 0 0 0 115.0 5.62 16 16 0 0 0 81.2 2.00 2 2 0 0 0 9.0 4.11 20 20 0 0 0 114.0 3.31 6 6 0 0 0 32.2 5.80 26 26 0 0 0 136.2 1.80 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 4.31 128 127 0 0 0 680.0 H R ER HR HP 42 20 16 1 0 25 13 7 1 1 139 68 54 12 5 121 64 43 2 4 111 61 51 9 2 8 2 2 0 0 121 63 52 7 2 32 18 12 3 0 164 96 88 16 5 5 1 1 0 0 768 406 326 51 19 BB 10 10 35 35 40 1 43 11 53 3 241 SO WP BK 41 4 0 17 0 0 114 3 2 84 9 0 53 4 2 9 0 0 75 5 2 27 2 0 95 5 2 4 0 0 519 32 8

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment Selected by Florida in 2005 First-Year Player Draft (1st round - 22nd pick overall). (1)Acquired by Washington from Florida, 7/31/09, in deal for infielder Nick Johnson. (2)Claimed by Pittsburgh off waivers from Washington on 12/23/10.

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PIRATES RECORD BEFORE ALL-STAR BREAK
1933 - 35-42 1934 - 38-33 1935 - 41-34 1936 - 41-33 1937 - 38-30 1938 - 38-25 1939 - 34-34 1940 - 29-39 1941 - 33-35 1942 - 34-40 1943 - 38-35 1944 - 41-30 1945 - No Game 1946 - 29-44 1947 - 28-43 1948 - 39-35 1949 - 35-40 1950 - 27-47 1951 - 31-45 1952 - 21-59 1953 - 28-61 1954 - 27-55 1955 - 30-57 1956 - 35-38 1957 - 30-49 1958 - 36-41 1959 - 44-39 1960 - 49-30 1961 - 42-35 1962 - 52-34 1963 - 41-42 1964 - 40-35 1965 - 44-43 1966 - 52-33 1967 - 40-38 1968 - 40-41 1969 - 47-48 1970 - 50-39 1971 - 57-31 1972 - 55-33 1973 - 46-48 1974 - 45-49 1975 - 55-33 1976 - 46-35 1977 - 50-42 1978 - 40-41 1979 - 46-39 1980 - 42-37 1981 - 25-23 1982 - 44-40 1983 - 34-42 1984 - 32-52 1985 - 29-56 1986 - 35-50 1987 - 39-48 1988 - 49-37 1989 - 36-47 1990 - 49-32 1991 - 48-31 1992 - 49-39 1993 - 42-46 1994 - 41-45 1995 - 28-37 1996 - 39-48 1997 - 43-43 1998 - 40-48 1999 - 43-44 2000 - 38-48 2001 - 33-53 2002 - 38-49 2003 - 41-50 2004 - 39-47 2005 - 39-48 2006 - 30-60 2007 - 40-48 2008 - 44-50 2009 - 38-50 2010 - 30-58

HISTORY POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT

* First half records from 1959-62 are at the time of the first All-Star Game.

12+ WINS IN A SEASON AS A PITTSBURGH ROOKIE PITCHER (SINCE 1920)
PITCHER Josh Fogg (RHP) Mike Dunne (RHP) Don Robinson (RHP) Bob Chesnes (RHP) Russ Bauers (RHP) Cy Blanton (LHP) Bill Swift (RHP) Remy Kremer (RHP) Emil Yde (LHP) Whitey Glazner (RHP) RECORD 12-12 13-6 14-6 14-6 13-6 18-13 14-10 18-10 16-3 14-5 ERA 4.35 3.03 3.47 3.57 2.88 2.59 3.62 3.20 2.83 2.77 YEAR 2002 1987 1978 1948 1937 1935 (club record since 1900) 1932 1924 (club record since 1900) 1924 1921
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nEIl WAlkER
M.L. SERVICE: 166 days OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 1st round selection (11th pick overall) in 2004 First-Year Player Draft

InfIEldER
AGE: 25 (turns 26 on September 10) BORN: 9/10/85 in Pittsburgh, PA RESIDES: Pittsburgh, PA HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-3/215 BATS/THROWS: S/R

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AWARDS & HONORS:

2007 Eastern League All-Star (mid-season). Participated in 2006 Major League Baseball Futures Game in Pittsburgh. 2005 South Atlantic League All-Star (mid-season and post-season).

DEVELOPMENT

2010 SEASON: Began season with Indianapolis (AAA), where he made 21 appearances at second base, 14 in left field, six at first base and one at third base (4/18)...Went 4-for-4 with three RBI on 4/28 at Pawtucket...Hit safely in nine straight games from 5/6-14 (15for-40, .375) and tallied his second four-hit game on 5/13 vs. Rochester...Was successful in each of his first 10 stolen base attempts with Indianapolis before being caught for the only time on 5/16 at Toledo...Ranked second in slugging percentage (.595) and third in OPS (.982) for the month of May among all International League hitters...Was ranked first in the International League in doubles, second in extra base hits (26) and total bases (94), third in hits (54), fourth in slugging percentage (.560) and sixth in batting average at the time of his recall to Pittsburgh on 5/25...Went 3-for-8 in first two starts at third base after recall and talled first Major League RBI in first game with Pirates on 5/25 at Cincinnati...Made first big league start/appearance at second base on 5/27 at Cincinnati...Connected off Chicago’s Ted Lilly for first Major League home run on 6/1; a game-winning, two-run shot that gave the Bucs a 3-2 lead in the 8th inning...Tallied first big league triple on 6/5 vs. San Francisco...Left game on 6/25 in Oakland after colliding with right fielder Ryan Church on a popup down the right field line and missed next seven games due to concussion-like symptoms...Had six straight multi-hit games from 7/17-22, going 16-for-27 (.593) and raising average 51 points from .269 to .320...Had career-high five hits on 7/20 vs. Neil Walker makes a visit to a Little League Field in Milwaukee and six straight hits 7/20-21...Tallied career-high four RBI on 8/3 and again on Homestead during the summer of 2010 8/31 at Chicago (NL)...Received only pinch-hitting at bat and grounded out on 8/18 vs. Florida...Homered in back-to-back games on 8/28-29 and went deep four times in a five-game span from 8/28 thru 9/1...Had a club season-high 18-game hitting streak from 8/23 thru 9/12 (28-for-77, .364); the longest streak by a Pittsburgh rookie since Rennie Stennett’s 18-game streak in 1971...Went hitless in his next four games and 15 at bats until homering in first at bat on 9/17 vs. Arizona...Hit safely in 12 of his 14 games from 9/17 thru 10/1...Went hitless in his last two game (six at bats) to drop season average from .300 to .296...His 54 RBI after the All-Star break were tied with Albert Pujols for third among all National League players, trailing only Colorado’s Troy Tulowitzki (61) and Carlos Gonzalez (57)...Ranked second behind Atlanta’s Martin Prado (.310) with a .298 batting average as a second baseman...Made a total of 105 appearances (104 starts) at second base and six appearances (five starts) at third base with Pittsburgh...Made seven errors (all fielding) while playing second base and one throwing error while playing third base...Ranked fifth among N.L. rookies in RBI, sixth in hits, sixth in total bases (197), fifth in slugging percentage (.462) and seventh in on-base percentage (.349)...Also tied for fourth in extrabase hits (44) and doubles...Was named the 2010 Roberto Clemente Award winner by the Pittsburgh chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America; an award presented annually since 1973 to the team MVP...Received one second-place vote in the N.L. Rookie-ofthe-Year voting and finished tied for fifth overall. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Spent majority of season with Indianapolis...Led team in doubles, home runs and RBI...Made all 89 defensive appearances at third base...Also went 1-for-8 in three games as the designated hitter...His 34 RBI from 7/30 thru 8/31 tied him with Ryan Howard for the most in Professional Baseball in that time frame...Hit safely in first five games, hitting first home run in second game on 4/10 vs. Toledo...Saw batting average bottom out at .182 on 5/7 after going 8-for-54 (.148) in 15 games from 4/22 thru 5/7...Had back-to-back three-hit games on 5/8-9, raising average 38 points to .220...Hit .313 (25-for-80) in final 23 games during the month of May...Had first of four four-RBI games on 5/29 vs. Pawtucket...Suffered a left knee PCL sprain on 6/2 and was placed on the disabled list on 6/10...Spent eight games on rehab with the GCL Pirates from 7/7-15...Was reinstated from D.L. on 7/16...Homered twice and knocked in four runs on 7/30 at Norfolk...Hit safely in eight consecutive games from 7/30 thru 8/8, going 16-for-35 (.457) with 16 RBI...Hit two home runs and had season-high five RBI on 8/29 at Toledo...Hit .339 in 29 games during the month of August, going 37-for-109 with 14 doubles, four home runs and 29 RBI...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 9/1 and made Major League debut that night in Cincinnati; grounded out to second base as a pinch hitter (was robbed of a hit by Gold Glove second baseman Brandon Phillips)...Made first start at third base on 9/2 at Cincinnati and went hitless in four at bats; also made throwing error...Flied out as a pinch hitter in first appearance at PNC Park on 9/5 vs. St. Louis...Made first start at PNC Park on 9/6 vs. St. Louis and singled off Jason Motte for first Major League hit...Singled as a pinch hitter on 9/8 vs. Chicago...Hit safely in three straight games from 9/6-9, going 3-for-8...Grounded out as a pinch hitter on 9/11 at Houston...Swiped first big league base on 9/18 vs. San Diego...Grounded into a double play as a pinch hitter on 9/21 vs. San Diego...Hit safely in back-to-back starts on 9/22-23...Struck out as a pinch hitter on 9/24 vs. Cincinnati...Tallied lone extra-base hit (double) in pinch hitting appearance on 9/29 at Chicago...Made a total of nine appearances (eight starts) at third base for Pittsburgh...Batted .267 (31-for-116) with nine doubles, four home runs and 16 RBI in 34 games with Margarita during the Venezuelan Winter League. 2008: Was rated by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s second-best prospect prior to the season...Was a non-roster invitee with the Pirates during spring training and hit .261 (6-for-23) with three RBI in 10 games...Spent entire season with Indianapolis, his first full season
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at the Triple-A level...Was named the club’s Most Valuable Player after leading team in triples, home runs and RBI...Was named the International League’s Best Defensive Third Baseman by Baseball America in just his second season at that position…Led league third basemen in games (128), total chances (358) and double plays (20)...Ranked fifth among league leaders in games played, tied for ninth in triples and was 10th in RBI...Batted .255 (36-for-141) with four home runs against left-handed pitchers and .236 (86-for-364) with 12 homers against right-handed pitchers...Went 3-for-5 and hit first Triple-A home run on 4/9 at Syracuse, snapping a 2-for-17 start to the season...Homered in back-to-back games on 5/3-4...Was hitting .196 following the action on 5/15; batted .259 from that point on...Went 5-for-10 with three home runs and six RBI in back-to-back games on 6/7 and 6/8 at Louisville; smacked two homers on 6/8...Batted .248 with seven homers and 19 RBI in 25 games during the month of June...Went season-high 21 straight games without making an error at third base from 6/11 thru 7/3...Hit safely in 11 of his 12 games from 7/17-28, going 16-for-50 (.320) with 15 RBI...Produced a .275 average in August and hit safely in 21 of his final 28 contests (31-for-109, .284). 2007: Was converted from catcher to third base while attending spring training as a non-roster invitee...Hit .355 (11-for-31) with two home runs and eight RBI in 19 Grapefruit League games...Hit a combined .277 (137-for-495) with 33 doubles, 13 home runs, 66 RBI and 84 runs scored in 136 games between Double-A Altoona and Indianapolis...Posted a .920 fielding percentage (27 errors in 338 total chances) at third base between the two clubs...Batted .271 (95-for-350) with eight home runs while batting left-handed and .290 (42-for-145) with five homers while batting right-handed...Began season with Altoona, where he hit .320 (64-for-200) at Blair County Ballpark...Hit four home runs during a five-game stretch from 4/28 thru 5/3...Went 4-for-4 with a double, home run and two RBI on 5/15 vs. Portland...Belted a pair of home runs on 5/27 at Bowie...Hit a grand slam and had five RBI on 6/28 vs. Trenton (game two)...Posted a .363 average (33-for-91) during the month of June...Started at third base and went 1-for-2 for the Southern Division at the Eastern League All-Star Game...Snapped a 1for-24 streak after going 3-for-3 with two RBI while reaching base safely in all five plate appearances on 8/4 vs. New Hampshire...Was promoted to Indianapolis on 8/17 for the remainder of the season...Hit safely in six straight games from 8/28 thru 9/2...Hit .268 (40-for149) with nine doubles, four home runs and 17 RBI in 38 games for Venados de Mazatlan during the Mexican Winter League. 2006: Was ranked by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s top prospect and as the organization’s best athlete prior to the season...Combined to hit .271 with five homers and 38 RBI in 82 games between Lynchburg (A) and Altoona...Missed spring training and the first month of the season while recovering from off-season surgery to repair torn ligaments in his right wrist...Was added to Lynchburg roster in midMay...Participated in MLB Futures Game on 7/9 at PNC Park in Pittsburgh...Threw out 20 of the 70 runners attempting to steal against him (29%) while playing with Lynchburg...Went 4-for-5 with two homers and four RBI on 7/30 at Myrtle Beach...Batted .321 (25-for-78) in July...Was promoted to Altoona on 8/15 and finished season with the Curve...Homered in first Double-A game on 8/15 at Connecticut...Was on disabled list from 8/23-29 with a viral infection...Started as the Curve’s designated hitter in each of the five Eastern League Divisional Series contests vs. Akron and went 6-for-20 (.300) with four RBI...Participated in the Arizona Fall League and hit .290 (20-for-69) with eight RBI in 18 games with the Grand Canyon Rafters. 2005: Was rated by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s second-best prospect prior to the season...Batted .298 with 12 home runs and 80 RBI in 129 games between Hickory (A) and Lynchburg...Spent majority of season with Hickory, where he was named to South Atlantic League mid-season and post-season All-Star teams...Established minor league career high with 157 hits...Went 4-for-4 with three RBI on 4/28 vs. West Virginia...Hit safely in nine of his 11 games from 4/27 thru 5/78, going 18-for-41 (.439) and raising average from .217 to .300...Homered twice on 6/26 at Asheville...Recorded second four-hit game on 7/20 at Greensboro...Hit .415 (34-for-82) in final 20 games with Hickory, raising average from .278 to .301...Was promoted to Lynchburg on 8/25 and hit safely in first seven games with Hillcats (11-for-33)...Also tallied at least one RBI (12 total) in first seven contests...Participated in the Arizona Fall League and hit .265 (13-for-49) with two homers and five RBI in 17 games with the Peoria Saguaros...Was rated by Baseball America as the second-best prospect in the South Atlantic League following the season. 2004: Was ranked by Baseball America as the second-best pure hitter, third-best power hitter and having the best strike zone judgment among high school players prior to the June draft...Was selected by Pittsburgh in the first round of the First-Year Player Draft (11th pick overall)...Made professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Pirates as the starting catcher on 6/25 against the GCL Twins and went 0for-3…Collected first professional hit and RBI the next day against the Twins after going 2-for-5 with an RBI and run scored as the designated hitter...Hit first professional home run on 7/12 against the GCL Red Sox...Homered in three straight games from 8/10 (game two) thru 8/12...Went 4-for-5 on 8/23 vs. GCL Red Sox...Finished season by playing final eight games with Williamsport in the New York-Penn League...Reached base safely in seven of his eight games, hitting safely in last four (7-for-17, .412). MISC: Began professional career as a catcher before being converted to a third baseman during spring training in 2007...Switch hitter went 528-for-1867 (.282) with 58 home runs in his career while batting left handed and 183-for-733 (.250) with 13 home runs while batting from the right side of the plate during his minor league career...Was the first player selected out of the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League (WPIAL) in the first round since Tim Conroy of Gateway High School in 1978. PERSONAL: Neil Martin Walker...Is a 2004 graduate of Pine-Richland (PA) High School...Hit .657 with 13 home runs and 42 RBI as a senior while helping the Rams win the WPIAL title...His father Tom was a pitcher in the big leagues with Montreal, Detroit, St. Louis and California from 1972-77 and had a career record of 18-23 with 11 saves and a 3.82 ERA (414.0ip/178er) in 191 games (17 starts)...His older brother Matt played in the Detroit organization after being drafted in the 37th round of the 2000 draft...His older sister Carrie played basketball with Killarney of the Women’s Irish Super League after graduating from Wagner College, where she was a 1,000 point scorer...Was ranked by Baseball America as the second-best pure hitter, third-best power hitter and having the best strike zone judgment among high school players prior to the 2004 June draft...Was selected to USA Today's 10-player All-American team as a senior...Was a 2003 AFLAC allamerican...As a senior in football with Pine-Richland, he caught 68 passes for 1128 yards (16.6 yards per game) while also intercepting six passes...He scored his 21 touchdowns four different ways during his football career (12 receiving, five rushing, two on punt returns and two on interceptions)...Also made Associated Press first-team all-state as a senior and was a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous 22 two-time selection as a junior and senior...Caught 63 passes as a junior and 22 as a sophomore...Helped lead the Rams football team to a WPIAL title as a senior and also the state championship game...Was also a two-time Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Male Athlete-of-the-Year...Signed by Pirates scout Jon Mercurio.

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YEAR CLUB 2004 GCL Pirates Williamsport 2005 Hickory Lynchburg 2006 Lynchburg Altoona 2007 Altoona Indianapolis 2008 Indianapolis 2009 Indianapolis GCL Pirates (#) Pittsburgh 2010 Indianapolis Pittsburgh Minor League Totals Major League Totals AVG .271 .303 .301 .262 .284 .161 .288 .203 .242 .264 .167 .194 .321 .296 .273 .288 G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO 52 192 28 52 12 3 4 20 0 3 3 10 33 8 32 2 10 3 0 0 7 0 1 0 2 1 120 485 78 146 33 2 12 68 0 7 6 20 71 9 42 4 11 2 1 0 12 0 3 0 0 12 72 264 32 75 22 1 3 35 4 1 6 19 41 10 31 5 5 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 4 117 431 77 124 30 3 13 66 1 5 0 53 73 19 64 7 13 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 13 133 505 69 122 25 7 16 80 4 10 2 29 102 95 356 38 94 31 2 14 69 1 6 1 26 60 8 30 2 5 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 5 17 36 5 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 11 43 168 25 54 18 2 6 26 0 1 1 19 31 110 426 57 126 29 3 12 66 2 4 3 34 83 686 2600 367 711 181 21 71 387 10 37 23 182 446 127 462 62 133 30 3 12 66 2 4 3 38 94 SB CS E 3 1 2 1 2 2 7 4 11 0 0 0 3 5 3 0 0 0 9 4 25 1 1 2 10 6 19 5 2 16 0 1 1 1 0 1 10 1 1 2 3 8 49 27 82 3 3 9

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment Selected by Pittsburgh in 1st round (11th overall) of 2004 First-Year Player Draft.

MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
September 1, 2009 at Cincinnati

HISTORY

FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HIT
DATE PITCHER
Sept. 6, 2009 vs. STL .......... Jason Motte - 1B

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FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE HR
DATE PITCHER
June 1, 2010 vs. CHI ..........................Ted Lilly

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
DEVELOPMENT
SECOND BASE PCT G GS PO A E TC DP TP 2010 .985 105 104 222 234 7 463 62 0 TOTALS .985 105 104 222 234 7 463 62 0

LIFETIME FIELDING STATISTICS
THIRD BASE PCT G GS PO A E 2009 .955 9 8 6 15 1 2010 .933 6 5 4 10 1 TOTALS .946 15 13 10 25 2

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TC DP TP 22 1 0 15 0 0 37 1 0

WALKER HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 1 HR (12 times), last on 9/19/10 vs. Arizona. MOST HITS/GAME: 5 hits, 7/20/10 vs. Milwaukee. MOST RBI/GAME: 4 RBI (twice), 8/31/10 at Chicago (NL) & 8/3/10 vs. Cincinnati. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 18 games
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AGE: 25 (turns 26 on May 30) BORN: 5/30/85 in Sioux City, IA RESIDES: Omaha, NE HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-4/220 BATS/THROWS: L/L

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M.L. SERVICE: None OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 9th round selection in 2007 First-Year Player Draft

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AWARDS & HONORS:

2007 New York-Penn League All-Star (mid-season).

2010 SEASON: Was used primarily as a relief pitcher for the first time in his career...Posted a 1.84 ERA (63.2ip/13er) and held opposing hitters to a .173 average (39-for-225) in his 25 relief appearances...Allowed the fewest amount of baserunners/per 9.0ip for any reliever in the Eastern League (7.8)...Also went 3-4 with a 3.78 ERA while making nine starts to end the regular season...Pitched 2.0 hitless innings of relief in his first outing on 4/9 vs. Harrisburg and followed that up with 3.0 hitless frames on 4/12 vs. Richmond...Picked up first victory in fourth game on 4/21 at Akron...Earned first pro save on 5/30 vs. Reading...Tossed 2.0 scoreless frames and struck out five of the seven batters he faced while picking up second save on 6/24 vs. Portland...Was charged with just three earned runs in last 10 relief appearances (27.1ip - 0.99 ERA) from 6/12 thru 7/20, dropping season ERA from 2.48 to 1.84...Tossed 10.1 scoreless frames from 7/10-20...Received a no-decision in first start on 7/25 vs. Trenton (3.0ip/4er) before suffering loss in second start on 7/30 at Richmond (4.2ip/6er)...Pitched 6.0 scoreless frames and picked up first win as a starter on 8/5 vs. Akron...Won back-to-back starts while tossing 13.0 scoreless innings on 8/22 at Binghamton (6.0ip) and 8/27 vs. Richmond (7.0ip)...Lost his last two regular season starts...Was the winning pitcher in both deciding games (Game Four’s) in the Eastern League playoffs...Was the starter and winner at Trenton on 9/18 in the deciding championship game; also struck out career-high 10 batters. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Was Altoona’s Opening Day starter and received a no-decision on 4/8 at Erie (3.2ip/5er)...Lasted just 0.2 innings in his second start while giving up four runs in a loss at Akron on 4/15...Made three more starts (last one coming on 5/2 vs. Erie) before being placed on the State College (A) roster on 4/23, where he was transferred to the Altoona disabled list on 5/5 (retroactive to 5/2) with left elbow tendinitis...Missed remainder of the regular season...Made 11 relief appearances with Scottsdale during the Arizona Fall League and posted a 2.13 ERA (12.2ip/3er). 2008: Spent entire season with Lynchburg...Led Carolina League in innings pitched and ranked sixth in ERA...Also ranked second among Bucco farmhands in strikeouts, third in ERA and tied for third in wins...Limited left-handed hitters to a .214 average...Lost his first three decisions before winning three straight starts between 4/25 and 5/5...Tossed 7.0 no-hit innings and struck out season-high eight batters in win at Potomac on 7/19...Pitched 6.0 scoreless frames, but received s no-decision on 8/9 vs. Myrtle Beach...Won his final two starts, giving up a total of two runs (one earned) in 14.0 innings of work...Posted a 2.90 ERA in his last 12 starts. 2007: Was selected by Pittsburgh in the ninth round of the First-Year Player Draft and went 7-2 with a 2.79 ERA in 13 combined starts between State College and Hickory (A)...Was named to the New York-Penn League All-Star team...Made professional debut on 6/21 and tossed 5.0 hitless innings at Williamsport while striking out a season-high nine batters in a no-decision...Won six straight starts from 6/26 thru 7/25 and posted a 1.46 ERA (33.2ip/7er) during the stretch...Suffered lone loss with State College on 7/30 at Mahoning Valley despite giving up just two runs in 5.0ip...Tossed 5.0 scoreless frames in final start with Spikes on 8/19 at Tri-City...Was promoted to Hickory on 8/22 and made final three starts with Crawdads...Suffered loss in first start on 8/23 at Greensboro (4.0ip/5er)...Tossed 6.0 scoreless innings while winning his second start on 8/28 vs. Asheville. MISC: Made 46 starts to begin his pro career before pitching in relief for the first time on 4/9/10...Has gone 18-21 with a 3.67 ERA (282.1ip/115er) in 55 minor league starts and 3-0 with two saves and a 1.84 ERA (63.2ip/13er) in 25 relief appearances...Was rated by Baseball America as having the best changeup in the Pirates minor league system prior to the 2008 season. PERSONAL: Anthony M. Watson...Is a 2003 graduate of Dallas Center-Grimes High School in Grimes, IA, where he played baseball, football and basketball...Won the Bob Feller Award as the Iowa High School Pitcher-of-the-Year in 2003 after throwing three no-hitters and compiling an Iowa state record 0.10 ERA...Went 29-9 in his high school career and fanned 613 batters, the most by a high school pitcher in Iowa since Cal Eldred in the mid-1980s...Attended the University of Nebraska, but had shoulder surgery before he threw a pitch in college and was redshirted for 2004...Went 6-1 with a 2.82 ERA and was named a Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball in 2005...Went 10-2 with a 2.87 ERA the following season and ranked third in the Big 12 Conference in ERA and fourth in wins...Beat out Max Scherzer for a spot on the All-Conference team and was picked third-team All-American by Collegiate Baseball...Participated in the 2006 Cape Cod League and went 52 with a 2.44 ERA for the Harwich Mariners...Posted a 6-4 record and a 4.09 ERA during his junior season at Nebraska...Signed by Pirates scout Mike Leuzinger.

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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
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(*)Led League Selected by Florida in 2003 First-Year Player Draft (23rd round), but did not sign. Selected by Baltimore in 2006 First-Year Player Draft (17th round, but did not sign. Selected by Pittsburgh in 2007 First-Year Player Draft (9th round).
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OBTAINED: Signed as a minor league free agent on 12/23/10

HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-3/215 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: 5 years, 166 days

AWARDS & HONORS:

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2004 Pacific Coast League All-Star (post-season). 2003 Pacific Coast League All-Star (mid-season). 2001 Carolina League All-Star (mid-season & post-season). Colorado’s Minor League Player-of-the-Year in 2001. 2000 Northwest League co-MVP. 2000 Northwest League All-Star (post-season).

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2010 SEASON: Spent three months playing with Baltimore after playing first 10 years of professional career in Colorado organization...Made all 30 defensive appearances (all starts) at third base...Also went 9-for-29 (.310) in nine games as the designated hitter...Hit safely in each of his first five games (7-for-20, .350)...Recorded a season-high three hits on 5/4 at New York (AL)...Hit lone home run on 5/26 vs. Oakland to snap a 145 at bat homerless streak (one at bat shy of career high)...Was designated for assignment on 6/27, unconditionally released on 7/8 and did not play the remainder of the season. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

MISC: Has hit at least 20 home runs three times in his big league career (last time in 2008 with Colorado)...Enters the 2011 season 12 RBI shy of 500 in his career...Has hit 70 of his 99 career home runs against right-handed pitchers...Has made 642 appearances (632 starts) at third base, 135 appearances (105 starts) at first base, three appearances (two starts) in left field and one appearance at second base in Major League career...Made last appearance in left field on 10/3/04 at Houston and only appearance at second base on 4/29/08 at San Francisco...Was named the co-MVP of the Northwest League during first professional season in 2000 after being selected in the fifth round of the 2000 First-Year Player Draft by the Rockies...Was named Colorado’s Minor League Player-of-the-Year in 2001 after leading all Rockies farmhands in batting average...Made Major League debut on 8/3/03 at Pittsburgh; went 1-for-6 with two RBI, including a run-scoring double off Jeff D’Amico in his first at bat...Won the Pacific Coast League batting title while leading all of minor league baseball with a .366 average in 2004...Hit first Major League home run on 9/11/04; a two-run, pinch-hit shot off San Diego’s Steve Watkins...Finished fourth in National League Rookie-of-the-Year balloting in 2005 after leading all Major League rookies with 89 RBI...Also led all National League rookies in total bases (221), doubles, walks and extra base hits (45)...Led all National League third basemen with 120 RBI in 2006; Alex Rodriguez of the Yankees led the way among Major League third basemen with 121...Hit only career inside-the-park home run on 9/23/07 at San Diego. PERSONAL: Garrett Bernard Atkins...Is a 1997 graduate of University High School in Irvine, CA, where he played baseball and set records with a school-best 13 home runs and 49 runs scored as a senior...Was the first ever three-time UCLA All-American, where he started every game of his three-year career...Was only the second player in school history to earn all-Pac 10 honors three years in a row...Finished second in school history in career batting average (.369) and hits (276) while ranking second in doubles (56)...Hit .383 as a freshman in 1998, which was the eighth-best mark in Bruins history...Compiled a school record 33-game hitting streak as a freshman...Was a teammate of Chase Utley at UCLA.

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CLUB AVG Portland .303 Salem .325 Carolina .271 Colorado Springs .319 Colorado .159 2004 Colorado Springs *.366 Colorado .357 2005 Colorado Springs (#) .333 Colorado .287 2006 Colorado .329 2007 Colorado .301 2008 Colorado .286 2009 Colorado (1) .226 2010 Baltimore (2) .214 Minor League Totals .317 N.L. Totals .289 A.L. Totals .214 Major League Totals .285 YEAR 2000 2001 2002 2003 G AB R 69 251 34 135 465 70 128 510 71 118 439 80 25 69 6 122 445 88 15 28 3 5 21 4 138 519 62 157 602 117 157 605 83 155 611 86 126 354 37 44 140 5 577 2131 347 773 2788 394 44 140 5 817 2928 399 H 76 151 138 140 11 163 10 7 149 198 182 175 80 30 675 805 30 835 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS E 12 0 7 47 0 1 2 45 48 2 0 6 *43 5 5 67 2 6 8 74 98 6 4 7 27 3 12 61 0 6 2 59 77 6 6 19 30 1 13 67 0 5 3 45 52 2 4 20 2 0 0 4 0 0 1 3 14 0 0 6 *43 3 15 94 0 10 4 57 45 0 0 20 2 0 1 8 0 1 0 4 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 1 31 1 13 89 0 4 5 45 72 0 2 18 48 1 29 120 0 7 7 79 76 4 0 19 35 1 25 111 0 10 2 67 96 3 1 14 32 3 21 99 0 10 3 40 100 1 1 15 12 1 9 48 0 2 2 41 58 0 0 9 7 0 1 9 0 0 0 12 30 0 0 1 156 12 53 339 2 28 19 282 324 16 14 73 162 7 98 479 0 34 20 279 419 8 4 81 7 0 1 9 0 0 0 12 30 0 0 1 169 7 99 488 0 34 20 297 449 8 4 82

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League Selected by Colorado in 2000 First-Year Player Draft (5th round). (1)Granted free agency on 12/13/09...Signed by Baltimore as a free agent on 12/22/09. (2)Released by Baltimore on 7/8/10...Signed by Pittsburgh as a minor league free agent on 12/23/10.
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DIVISION SERIES STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB/OPP 2007 Col. vs. Phi. 2009 Col. vs. Phi. Division Series Totals AVG .231 .231 .231 G AB 3 13 4 13 7 26 R 3 0 3 H 3 3 6 2B 2 2 4 3B HR RBI 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 SH 0 0 0 SF HP 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB SO 0 1 0 3 0 4 SB CS E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB/OPP 2007 Col. vs. Ari. AVG .143 G AB 4 14 R 0 H 2 2B 0 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 SH 0 SF HP 0 0 BB SO 2 2 SB CS E 0 0 0

WORLD SERIES STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB/OPP 2007 Col. vs. Bos. AVG .154 G AB 4 13 R 3 H 2 2B 1 3B HR RBI 0 1 2 SH 0 SF HP 0 1 BB SO 3 2 SB CS E 0 0 0

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ATKINS HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 2 HR (6 times), last on 6/4/09 at Houston. MOST HITS/GAME: 5 hits, 7/4/08 vs. Florida. MOST RBI/GAME: 6 RBI (twice), 8/8/07 vs. Milwaukee & 9/18/06 vs. San Francisco. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 5 games Career: 16 games (2005).

HISTORY POST-SEASON

PIRATES HITTING STREAKS OF 20 GAMES OR MORE
27 games . . . . . . . . . . .Jimmy Williams (1899) 26 games . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kenny Lofton (2003) Danny O'Connell (1953) Jimmy Williams (1899) 25 games . . . . . . . . . . .Fred Lindstrom (1933) Charlie Grimm (1923) 24 games . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Maury Wills (1968) 23 games . . . . . . . . . . . .Jason Kendall (2003) Al Oliver (1974) Danny Murtaugh (1948) Lloyd Waner (1935) Clyde Barnhart (1927) Paul Waner (1927) 22 games . . . . . . . . .Aramis Ramirez (2003) Jay Bell (1992) Dave Parker (twice in 1977) Lloyd Waner (1938) Lloyd Waner (1932) Kiki Cuyler (1926) 21 games . . . . . . . . . . Carlos Garcia (1995) Al Oliver (1974) Richie Zisk (1974) Gene Alley (1969) Frank Gustine (1947) Lloyd Waner (1930) Paul Waner (1930) 20 games . . . . . . . . . . Jason Kendall (2004) Al Martin (1999) Rennie Stennett (1977) Roberto Clemente (1965) Paul Waner (1939)
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lEfT-HANdEd PITcHER
OBTAINED: Signed as a minor league free agent 1/28/11

AGE: 33 (turns 34 on April 19) BORN: 4/19/77 in St. Marys, PA RESIDES: Kersey, PA

HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-3/215 BATS/THROWS: L/L M.L. SERVICE: 8 years, 52 days

2010 SEASON: Made at least 70 big league appearances for the fourth straight season...Ranked third on Colorado staff in games behind Matt Belisle (76) and Rafael Betancourt (72)...Signed a minor league contract with Colorado on 3/23 and began season with Triple-A Colorado Springs...Made two appearances with the Sky Sox before being selected by Colorado on 4/16...Was scored upon in first game with the Rockies on 4/16 at Atlanta (1.0ip/1er), but then made a career-high 23 consecutive appearances (18.0ip) without allowing a run thru 6/1; also held opposing hitters to a .183 batting average in the time...Picked up lone win on 5/12 vs. Philadelphia...Suffered blown save and loss on 7/25 at Philadelphia...Went 1-0 with a 2.28 ERA (27.2ip/7er) in 39 games before the All-Star break and 0-2 with a 5.19 ERA (17.1ip/10er) in 32 appearances after the break. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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MISC: Ranks fifth among National League left-handed relief pitchers with 427 appearances since 2003; trails Pedro Feliciano (453), Scott Eyre (452), Billy Wagner (452) and John Grabow (448)...Has made 460 consecutive relief appearances in the big leagues since making last start with Pittsburgh on 7/24/02 at Cincinnati...Has gone 18-17 with a 3.69 ERA (448.1ip/184er) in 509 career relief appearances and 5-14 with a 6.00 ERA (114.0ip/76er) in 23 starts...Was originally selected by Pittsburgh in the 18th round of the 1998 First-Year Player Draft and made professional debut with Erie that summer...Was one of only two rookies to make Pittsburgh’s Opening Day roster in 2001 (also shortstop Jack Wilson)...Made Major League debut as a starter with the Pirates on 4/8/01 at Houston and won a 9-3 decision over Scott Elarton (5.0ip/2er)...Led Pirates with 69 appearances in 2003...Earned first Major League save while pitching with the Dodgers on 5/14/06 at San Francisco...Made a career-high 83 appearances with Los Angeles in 2007, setting a franchise record for a left-handed pitcher...Led National League pitchers with 11 pickoffs over the course of 2006 and 2007... Led Dodgers in appearances in 2008...His 2.02 ERA in 2008 was second in the Majors to Brad Lidge (1.95) among pitchers with at least 70 appearances...Did not surrender a home run in 2008 and set a Los Angeles Dodgers record by going 104 straight games with allowing a long ball from 7/22/07 thru the end of the ‘08 campaign...Notched last save while pitching with Washington on 6/11/09 vs. Cincinnati...Spent time on Washington’s 15-day disabled list with a hip flexor in 2009 (the only time he has been on the D.L. in his Major League career)...Has gone 10-for-44 (.227) with a double and one RBI as a batter in the big leagues...Singled off Adam Eaton at San Diego for first Major League hit on 4/28/01. PERSONAL: Joseph Ronald Beimel (pronounced “BYE-muhl”)...Has two children; son Andrew (1/14/97) and daughter Claire (11/16/01)...Is a 1995 graduate of St. Marys (PA) High School, where he wrestled and played baseball, football and basketball...Also played baseball at Allegany College in Cumberland, MD, and Duquesne University...Grew up a Pirates fan and was the first player ever drafted by the Pirates out of Pittsburgh’s Duquesne University...Was inducted into the Duquesne University Sports Hall of Fame on 2/7/04...Wears uniform #97 in honor of his son, who was born in 1997.

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LONGEST PIRATES GAMES
LONGEST GAME, INNINGS LONGEST GAME IN PITTSBURGH LONGEST GAME AT PNC PARK LONGEST GAME AT THREE RIVERS STADIUM LONGEST OPENING DAY GAME * 22 INNINGS, August 22, 1917 at Brooklyn (lost 6-5) 21 INNINGS, July 17, 1914 vs. New York (lost 3-1) 18 INNINGS, May 27, 2006 vs. Houston (won 8-7) 20 INNINGS, July 6, 1980 vs. Chicago (won 5-4) 14 INNINGS, April 15, 1958 at Milwaukee (won 4-3) April 8, 1969 at St. Louis (won 6-2) LONGEST GAME WITHOUT SCORING LONGEST 1-0 GAME WON LONGEST 1-0 GAME LOST LONGEST GAME, TIME LONGEST GAME, TIME, AT THREE RIVERS STADIUM LONGEST GAME, TIME, AT PNC PARK 20 INNINGS, August 1, 1918 at Boston (won 2-0 in 21 inn.) 18 INNINGS, June 7, 1972 at San Diego (game 2) 14 INNINGS, June 18, 1943 vs. Cincinnati 6:12, August 25, 1979 at San Diego (won 4-3 in 19 inn.) 5:42, August 6, 1989 vs. Chicago (won 5-4 in 18 inn.) 5:49, May 27, 2006 vs. Houston (won 8-7 in 18 inn.)

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AFFILIATES

* Ties National League Record

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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
CLUB W-L ERA G GS Erie 1-4 6.32 17 6 Hickory 5-11 4.43 29 22 Lynchburg 10-6 3.36 18 18 Altoona 1-6 4.16 10 10 2001 Pittsburgh 7-11 5.23 42 15 2002 Pittsburgh 2-5 4.64 53 8 2003 Pittsburgh (1) 1-3 5.05 69 0 2004 Rochester 2-4 6.97 49 1 Minnesota (2) 0-0 43.20 3 0 2005 Durham 1-2 3.93 48 0 Tampa Bay (3) 0-0 3.27 7 0 2006 Las Vegas 3-0 1.38 10 0 Los Angeles - NL 2-1 2.96 62 0 2007 Los Angeles - NL 4-2 3.88 83 0 2008 Los Angeles - NL 5-1 2.02 71 0 2009 Washington 1-5 3.40 45 0 Potomac (#) (4) 0-0 45.00 1 1 Colorado 0-1 4.02 26 0 2010 Colorado Springs 0-0 0.00 2 0 Colorado (5) 1-2 3.40 71 0 Minor League Totals 23-33 4.56 184 58 N.L. Totals 23-31 4.16 532 23 A.L. Totals 0-0 8.53 10 0 Major League Totals 23-31 4.16 532 23 YEAR 1998 1999 2000 CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 0 0 0 47.0 56 39 33 6 5 22 37 3 1 0 0 0 130.0 146 81 64 12 12 43 102 10 2 2 1 0 120.2 111 49 45 6 8 44 82 2 0 1 0 0 62.2 72 38 29 8 6 21 28 1 3 0 0 0 115.1 131 72 67 12 6 49 58 3 0 0 0 0 85.1 88 49 44 9 4 45 53 2 0 0 0 0 62.1 69 35 35 7 4 33 42 0 1 0 0 2 62.0 83 54 48 12 2 24 44 3 0 0 0 0 1.2 8 8 8 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 52.2 58 28 23 3 1 21 36 4 0 0 0 0 11.0 15 4 4 1 0 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 13.0 9 2 2 0 0 4 9 1 1 0 0 2 70.0 70 26 23 7 0 21 30 6 1 0 0 1 67.1 63 30 29 1 1 24 39 3 2 0 0 0 49.0 50 11 11 0 3 21 32 1 1 0 0 1 39.2 38 17 15 3 1 15 24 2 1 0 0 0 1.0 7 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15.2 19 7 7 2 0 4 11 2 0 0 0 0 2.2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 45.0 46 18 17 5 0 15 21 2 1 3 1 2 491.2 544 296 249 47 34 179 340 24 7 0 0 4 549.2 574 265 248 46 19 227 310 21 7 0 0 0 12.2 23 12 12 2 0 6 5 1 0 0 0 4 562.1 597 277 260 48 19 233 315 22 7

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment Selected by Texas in 1996 First-Year Player Draft (26th round), but did not sign. Selected by Pittsburgh in 1998 First-Year Player Draft (18th round). (1)Released by Pittsburgh on 4/2/04...Signed by Minnesota as a minor league free agent on 4/11/04. (2)Granted free agency on 10/9/04...Signed by Tampa Bay as a minor league free agent on 11/5/04. (3)Released by Tampa Bay on 11/28/05...Signed by Los Angeles (NL) as a minor league free agent on 1/24/06. (4)Granted free agency on 10/30/08...Signed by Washington as a free agent on 3/20/09. (5)Acquired by Colorado from Washington, 7/31/09, in deal for pitchers Ryan Mattheus and Robinson Fabian. (6)Granted free agency on 11/1/10...Signed by Pittsburgh as a minor league free agent on 1/28/11.

POST-SEASON

DIVISION SERIES STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L 2008 LA vs. Chi. 2009 Col. vs. Phi. 0-0 Division Series Totals 0-0 ERA 0.00 0.00 G GS CG SHO SV IP H DID NOT PITCH 3 0 0 0 0 0.2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0.2 1 R 0 0 ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

DEVELOPMENT

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L 2008 LA vs. Phi. 0-0 Division Series Totals 0-0 ERA 0.00 0.00 G GS CG SHO SV 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 IP 0.2 0.2 H 0 0 R 0 0 ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

BEIMEL HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 5 K’s, 6/19/02 vs. Oakland...Reliever: 5 K’s, 5/28/02 vs. Chicago (NL). MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 6.0 IP (4 times), last on 7/19/02 vs. St. Louis...Reliever: 4.0 IP, 9/13/05 vs. New Yokr (AL). MOST WALKS: Starter: 6 BB, 7/24/02 at Cincinnati...Reliever: 3 BB, 4/28/01 at San Diego. LONGEST SCORELESS INNINGS STREAK:18.0 IP (4/18 to 6/1/10). LONGEST WINNING STREAK:4 games (4/27 to 8/17/08). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 5 games, twice (4/10 to 7/10/09 & 8/1 to 8/27/01).
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dUSTY BRoWN
AGE: 28 (turns 29 on June 19) BORN: 6/19/82 in Orange, CA RESIDES: Phoenix, AZ

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cATcHER
OBTAINED: Signed as a minor league free agent on 12/2/10

HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-0/215 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: 46 days

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2010 SEASON: Spent 10th and final season in the Boston organization...Began season with Triple-A Pawtucket, where he made 65 appearances behind the plate and one in left field (9/6)...Threw out 27% of the baserunners attempting to steal against him (19of-71) while playing with Pawtucket...Hit safely in nine of his first 10 games and hit three of his seven Triple-A home runs over a seven-game stretch from 5/7-15...Doubled, homered and collected a season-high four RBI on 5/27 vs. Norfolk...Was placed on the disabled list on 6/23 with a left thumb sprain...Appeared in one rehab game with the GCL Red Sox on 7/9 before having his rehab transferred to Single-A Lowell for two games (7/9-11)...Was reinstated from D.L. on 7/15 and made two appearances with Pawtucket before being recalled by Boston for the first time on 7/17...Went 2-for-11 in six games with Red Sox before being optioned back to TripleA on 7/26...Homered in three consecutive games with Pawtucket on 7/16, 7/28 and 7/30...Was recalled by Boston on 8/19...Tallied a two-run double on 8/20 vs. Toronto after entering the game as a defensive replacement in the sixth inning; was his first career multiRBI game and second career extra base hit...Was optioned back to Pawtucket for the remainder of the season on 8/23...Recorded only stolen base on 9/1 vs. Lehigh Valley; his first stolen base since 8/1/06 while playing with Portland...Hit .198 (21-for-106) with five doubles, two home runs and 10 RBI in 34 games while playing for Estrellas de Oriente in the Dominican Winter League. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N MISC: Made Major League debut on 6/23/09 at Washington as a defensive replacement behind the plate (played in a total of 588 games in the minor leagues over nine plus seasons before making his debut)...Allowed one run on two hits in 1.0 inning of relief on 9/30/09 vs. Toronto; was the first catcher in Red Sox history to pitch in a game...Took Cleveland’s Mike Gosling deep for first career hit on 10/3/09; was also his only hit for the Red Sox in 2009...Has made 550 appearances behind the plate, 90 in the outfield and two at third base in minor league career...Made last professional appearance in the outfield (LF) on 9/6/10 while playing with Pawtucket...Made last professional appearance at third base on 8/26/01 while playing with the GCL Red Sox...Was named the Red Sox Minor League Player-of-the-Year for the GCL Red Sox in 2002...Was named to the Arizona Fall League’s All-Prospect Team while also playing in the Arizona Fall League Rising Star Game in 2007. PERSONAL: Dustin William Brown...Wife’s name is Jordan...Has one son; Jude (7/17/09)...Is a 2000 graduate of Bradshaw Mountain High School in Prescott Valley, AZ, where he played baseball.

HISTORY

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POST-SEASON

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB 2001 GCL Red Sox 2002 GCL Red Sox Lowell 2003 Augusta 2004 Sarasota 2005 Wilmington GCL Red Sox (#) 2006 Portland 2007 Portland Pawtucket 2008 Pawtucket 2009 Pawtucket Boston 2010 Pawtucket GCL Red Sox (#) Lowell (#) Boston (1) Minor League Totals Major League Totals AVG G AB R .254 36 126 15 .321 45 159 28 .282 21 78 12 .263 87 285 27 .229 38 118 11 .256 62 219 32 .222 6 18 3 .224 85 295 32 .268 69 254 43 .185 8 27 1 .290 84 297 39 .264 86 295 22 .333 6 3 1 .218 71 238 32 .500 1 2 0 .500 2 8 1 .250 7 12 0 .259 701 2419 298 .267 13 15 1 H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS E 32 5 4 0 14 0 2 0 7 24 1 2 1 51 12 2 1 20 0 1 0 23 24 11 4 10 22 3 1 0 12 1 0 3 8 20 1 0 2 75 17 6 2 41 1 3 7 37 69 7 1 12 27 3 0 1 8 0 0 1 15 28 2 0 4 56 12 0 8 36 0 2 1 31 52 1 1 7 4 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 66 17 0 5 40 4 5 3 24 65 2 1 9 68 16 2 9 43 0 1 2 28 64 0 0 5 5 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 10 0 0 2 86 14 2 12 55 0 7 6 40 81 0 0 8 78 13 0 2 23 0 1 0 37 74 0 0 5 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 52 19 0 7 29 1 2 3 27 66 1 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 627 135 17 48 328 7 24 26 283 581 26 9 72 4 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0

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DEVELOPMENT

(#)Injury Rehab Assignment Selected by Boston in 2000 First-Year Player Draft (35th round). (1)Granted free agency on 11/6/10...Signed by Pittsburgh as a minor league free agent on 12/2/10.

BROWN HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 1 HR, 10/3/09 vs. Cleveland. MOST HITS/GAME: 1 hit (4 times), last on 8/20/10 vs. Toronto. MOST RBI/GAME: 2 RBI, 8/20/10 vs. Toronto. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 2 games Career: 2 games (2010).
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lEfT-HANdEd PITcHER
AGE: 29 (turns 30 on April 8) BORN: 4/8/81 in Oregon City, OR RESIDES: Troutdale, OR

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BRIAN BURRES
OBTAINED: Signed as a minor league free agent free agent on 12/31/09

ORGANIZATION

HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-2/185 BATS/THROWS: L/L M.L. SERVICE: 2 years, 113 days

AWARDS & HONORS:

2005 Eastern League All-Star (mid-season). 2004 California League All-Star (post-season).

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2010 SEASON: Was a non-roster invitee with Pittsburgh in spring training...Was reassigned to minor league camp on 3/23 and began regular season with Indianapolis (AAA)...Had contract selected by Pittsburgh on 4/12 before making an appearance at Triple-A level...Made debut with Pirates as a starter at San Francisco on 4/12 and suffered a 9-3 loss to Barry Zito (4.0ip/8h/6r/6er/2bb/2so)...Tied career high after tossing 4.0 innings of relief (2r) on 4/20 vs. Milwaukee...Was optioned to Indianapolis on 4/21, but did not appear in a game before being recalled by Pirates again on 4/25...Gave up two runs in 1.2ip on 4/25 at Houston...Made second start with Bucs on 4/29 and won a 2-0 decision at Dodger Stadium (5.1ip); was his first victory in the big leagues since 7/11/08...Pitched 7.0 scoreless frames and extended his scoreless innings streak to 12.1 in an 11-1 victory vs. Chicago (NL) on 5/6...Tossed a scoreless inning of relief on 5/11 vs. Cincinnati...Had streak of 13.1 scoreless innings snapped in no-decision on 5/14 at Chicago (4.0ip/6r/5er)...Tallied RBI-single in fifth start on 5/19 vs. Milwaukee (ND)...Lost back-to-back starts on 5/24 at Cincinnati (3.2ip/4er) and 5/29 at Atlanta (5.0ip+/4er)...Had a two-run triple off Kris Medlen on 5/29 - the first triple by a Pittsburgh pitcher since Kip Wells on 4/10/04...Was optioned to Indianapolis on 6/4...Won first Triple-A start on 6/7 vs. Columbus before losing next three decisions thru 7/3...Snapped losing streak with a win at Columbus on 7/8...Suffered last Triple-A loss on 7/16 at Rochester...Won his last three decisions with Indy and went 3-0 with a 3.44 ERA (34.0ip/13er) in his last six starts...Was recalled by Pirates on 8/23...Made four relief appearances (4.0ip/6er) before rejoining starting rotation on 9/6; gave up just one run in 6.0ip and won a 3-1 decision over Atlanta’s Tommy Hanson that night...Struck out a season-high six batters and gave up one run in 7.0ip, but received a no-decision at Cincinnati on 9/12...Went 1-0 with a 1.80 ERA (20.0ip/4er) in a three-start stretch from 9/6-17...Suffered loss on 9/23 vs. St. Louis (2.1ip/4er)...Won final decision (7-2) on 9/28 at St. Louis (5.2ip/2r/1er) and suffered a 5-2 loss in final start on 10/3 at Florida (5.2ip/3er)...Posted a 4-5 record and a 4.46 ERA in his 13 starts (Bucs went 8-5), pitching into the 6th inning eight times...Went 2-2 with a 3.18 ERA (34.0ip/12er) in his final six starts after rejoining the starting rotation on 9/6...Went 3-for-25 (.120) with a triple and three RBI at the plate. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

MISC: Has gone 17-19 with a 5.51 ERA (282.2ip/173er) in 54 starts and 0-1 with a 7.30 ERA (61.2ip/50er) in 47 relief appearances in his Major League career...Has made 256 consecutive professional appearances since recording last save on 5/24/03 at Modesto while pitching with San Jose (his other two saves came on 8/15/02 and 7/7/01)...Was named a California League post-season All-Star in 2004 after leading the league in ERA and finishing second in wins...Ranked second among San Francisco farmhands in wins and third in ERA in 2004...Earned Eastern League mid-season All-Star honors in 2005 while leading his club in strikeouts and finishing second in wins...Surrendered a two-run homer to Craig Wilson of the New York Yankees while making Major League debut on 9/8/06 at Camden Yards; did not allow a run in his final 10 outings (7.1ip) in ‘06 while also limiting opposing hitters to just three hits in 25 at bats...Suffered the loss in first career big league start on 5/6/07 vs. Cleveland after allowing five runs in 3.2 innings...Earned first career victory in next outing on 5/11/07 at Boston after limiting the Red Sox to a pair of runs in 5.0 innings...Has gone 4-for-27 (.148) with four RBI as a batter in the big leagues. PERSONAL: Brian James Burres...Is a 1999 graduate of Sam Barlow High School in Gresham, Oregon...Also played baseball at Mount Hood Community College from 2000-01.

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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

W-L

ERA

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

IP
40.2 119.1 60.2 123.2 128.2 139.0 8.0 4.0 121.0 129.2 11.0 107.2 6.1 82.0 79.1 816.2 79.1 265.0 344.1

H

R

ER HR HP BB SO WP BK
2 15 4 10 13 14 1 1 14 17 0 11 0 10 9 80 9 32 41 1 9 3 7 10 8 0 0 5 6 1 3 0 5 6 47 6 11 17 11 53 36 30 57 57 1 1 66 50 1 30 5 34 34 310 34 122 156 38 5 119 8 64 7 114 6 105 8 110 8 6 0 5 0 96 8 63 3 11 1 84 2 4 0 61 6 45 3 711 51 45 3 169 11 214 14 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 1

DEVELOPMENT

Salem-Keizer 3-1 3.10 14 6 Hagerstown 5-10 4.75 32 16 San Jose 3-3 3.86 39 0 San Jose 12-1 * 2.84 36 15 Norwich (1) 9-6 4.20 26 24 Ottawa 10-6 3.76 26 26 Baltimore 0-0 2.25 11 0 2007 Norfolk 1-0 2.25 2 0 Baltimore 6-8 5.95 37 17 2008 Baltimore 7-10 6.04 31 22 Norfolk (2) 1-0 0.82 4 1 2009 Las Vegas 6-7 4.76 19 17 Toronto (3) 0-2 14.21 2 2 2010 Indianapolis 5-4 4.50 15 14 Pittsburgh 4-5 4.99 20 13 Minor League Totals 55-38 3.97 213 119 N.L. Totals 4-5 4.99 20 13 A.L. Totals 13-20 6.08 81 41 Major League Totals 17-25 5.83 101 54

43 20 14 114 78 63 55 33 26 115 49 39 130 66 60 133 63 58 6 2 2 2 1 1 140 81 80 165 90 87 9 1 1 121 68 57 12 12 10 75 42 41 87 48 44 797 421 360 87 48 44 323 185 179 410 233 223

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(*)Led League Selected by San Francisco in 2000 First-Year Player Draft (31st round). (1)Claimed off waivers by Baltimore from San Francisco on 1/6/06. (2)Claimed off waivers by Toronto from Baltimore on 2/4/09. (3)Granted free agency on 10/6/09...Signed by Pittsburgh as a minor league free agent on 12/31/09.
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BURRES HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 9 K’s, 6/17/07 vs. Arizona...Reliever: 6 K’s, 4/29/07 at Cleveland. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 8.0 IP 4/26/08 at Chicago (AL)...Reliever: 4.0 IP (twice), 4/20/10 vs. Milwaukee , & 4/29/07 at Cleveland. MOST WALKS: Starter: 5 BB (twice), 6/23/07 at Arizona & 5/11/07 at Boston...Reliever: 3 BB (4 times), last on 4/25/10 at Houston. LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 3 games, twice (6/13 to 7/11/08 & 5/26 to 6/30/07). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 5 games (7/20 to 9/24/08).

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PIRATES HITTING 10 OR MORE HOME RUNS IN A MONTH
Ralph Kiner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . September (1949) Ralph Kiner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August (1947) Ralph Kiner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June (1947) Dick Stuart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . September (1961) Jason Bay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May (2006) Brian Giles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August (1999) Ralph Kiner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August (1950) Ralph Kiner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . September (1947) Willie Stargell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June (1971) Willie Stargell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April (1971) Ralph Kiner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August (1951) Ralph Kiner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August (1949) Garrett Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July (2009) Aramis Ramirez. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August (2001) Brian Giles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May (2000) Jason Thompson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August (1982) Bill Robinson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August (1977) Richie Hebner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June (1975) Willie Stargell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August (1972) Donn Clendenon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July (1966) Willie Stargell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June (1966) Willie Stargell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June (1965) Willie Stargell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May (1965) Dick Stuart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June (1959) Bob Skinner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May (1959) Frank Thomas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May (1958) Ralph Kiner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August (1952) Ralph Kiner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July (1950) Ralph Kiner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May (1948)

AFFILIATES

DEVELOPMENT

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HISTORY

DID YOU KNOW...
That Dick Groat was named the National League MVP in 1960 after leading the league in batting (.325) and knocking in 50 runs in 138 games for the World Champs. He also became the first right-handed Pirates hitter to win the batting title since Honus Wagner in 1911. From 1956 to 1962, Groat teamed with second baseman Bill Mazeroski to give Pittsburgh one of the game's strongest middle infields; he led the N.L. in double plays a record five times, in putouts four times and in assists twice.
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INfIEldER
AGE: 24 BORN: 1/21/87 in Torrance, CA RESIDES: Long Beach, CA

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HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-1/200 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: None

2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | chase d’arnaud

cHASE d’ARNAUd
OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 4th round selection in 2008 First-Year Player Draft

ORGANIZATION

AWARDS & HONORS:

2010 Eastern League All-Star (mid-season). 2010 Eastern League All-Star Game MVP. 2009 South Atlantic League All-Star (mid-season). 2008 New York-Penn League All-Star (mid-season).

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2010 SEASON: Spent entire season with Double-A Altoona, where he made 111 starts at shortstop and 17 at second base...Was named to Eastern League mid-season All-Star team and captured MVP honors after hitting a grand slam in the contest...Shared league lead in at bats and ranked fourth in runs scored...Tied for league lead in triples and led team in that category - the fourth-highest total in team history...Also led team in stolen bases and ranked fourth in the league in that department...Went 1-for-3 with a double and an RBI in first Double-A game on 4/8 vs. Harrisburg...Hit .205 in April and .211 in May and lugged a .209 batting average into the month of June...Tied career high with four hits on 6/11 vs. New Britain...Hit safely in 10 straight games from 6/11-22 (15-for-44, .341) and reached base safely in 19 consecutive games from 6/1-22...Hit first home run on 6/22 vs. Portland...Batted .316 (36-for-114) in 27 games during the month of June, raising season average to .250...Led off game on 7/31 at Richmond with a home run - the first Altoona player to do so since Jim Negrych on 7/1/09...Hit .218 in July...Had another four-hit game on 8/7 at Harrisburg...Tripled twice and had third four-hit game on 9/4 vs. Reading...Hit three of his six regular-season home runs in his final 10 games...Batted .290 with three homers and five RBI in eight games during the Eastern League playoffs...Homered off Andy Pettitte in Game One of the Championship Series on 9/14 at Blair County Ballpark. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N MISC: Was ranked by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s 5th-best prospect prior to 2010 season and as the 10th-best prospect prior to 2011 campaign...Also rated by same publication as the organization’s “Best Athlete” entering 2010 season...Spent first professional season playing with State College in 2008 and was named to New York-Penn League All-Star team...Tied for ninth in the New York-Penn League in stolen bases in 2008...Hit first pro homer and only one of the ‘08 season on 8/26 at Jamestown...Hit .398 (33-for-83) and reached base safely in 21 straight games from 7/21/08 thru 8/22/08...Was named to South Atlantic League mid-season All-Star team in 2009...Ranked third among Bucco farmhands in batting average (.293) and stolen bases (31) while splitting ‘09 season between West Virginia and Lynchburg...Named Mills Cup MVP after batting .308 with three doubles and seven RBI while helping Lynchburg capture the Carolina League Championship in 2009...Batted .296 (24-for-81) with five doubles, six RBI and a league-leading 13 solen bases in 20 games with Scottsdale during the 2009 Arizona Fall League. PERSONAL: Chase Jonathan d’Arnaud (pronounced “dar-NO”)...Is a 2005 graduate of Los Alamitos (CA) High School, where he was a three-year letterman in baseball...Named All-Orange County by The Los Angeles Times as a senior afer leading team with a .512 batting average and 29 RBI...Played three years of baseball at Pepperdine University...Was named a Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball in 2006, and also to the All-WCC First-Team and WCC All-Freshman Team...Hit .331 as a sophomore and ranked second on the team with a .446 slugging percentage...Batted .314 with 17 doubles, 11 home runs and 50 RBI as a junior in 2008 and was named a First-Team West Coast Conference selection...Also played for the Anchorage Glacier Pilots of the Alaska Baseball League in the summer of 2006 and was named the league’s eighth-best pro prospect by Baseball America...Brother Travis is a catcher in the Phillies organization (the two played together on the 2009 South Atlantic League All-Star team)...Signed by Pirates scout Rick Allen.

HISTORY POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS E

2008 State College 2009 West Virginia Lynchburg 2010 Altoona Minor League Totals

.286 43 168 26 48 .291 62 213 32 62 .295 54 210 45 62 .247 132 t 530 91 131 .270 291 1121 194 303

10 5 1 21 14 3 3 31 19 4 4 26 33 t 9 6 48 76 21 14 126

0 2 2 11 30 14 2 1 3 8 30 31 17 3 2 2 9 30 41 14 5 5 4 12 56 102 33 7 8 11 31 127 204 78 17

13 7 14 28 62

AFFILIATES

(t)Tied for League Lead Selected by Pittsburgh in 2008 First-Year Player Draft (4th round).

DID YOU KNOW...
That a Bucco player has hit for the cycle in the city of Pittsburgh just once in the last 61 years. Jason Kendall was the last one to do it in Pittsburgh, when he accomplished the feat at Three Rivers Stadium on May 19, 2000. Prior to that, Wally Westlake was the last member of the Pirates to hit for the cycle at home when he did so on June 14, 1949, against the Boston Braves at Forbes Field.
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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | Josh fields

ORGANIZATION

JoSH fIEldS
AGE: 28 BORN: 12/14/82 in Ada, OK RESIDES: Bradenton, FL

17
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-1/236 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: 2 years, 159 days

INfIEldER
OBTAINED: Signed as a minor league free agent on 12/20/10

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AWARDS & HONORS:

Participated in 2006 All-Star Futures Game in Pittsburgh. 2006 International League All-Star (mid-season & post-season).

2010 SEASON: Missed nearly entire season after undergoing labral surgery on his right hip in late April...Played in three games on rehab with the Arizona League Royals from 8/12-15 before having his rehab transferred to Northwest Arkansas on 8/17...Hit safely in 10 of his 11 games with the Naturals before being recalled from his rehab assignment and reinstated from the disabled list on 9/1...Hit safely in nine of his 12 starts with the Royals...Hit safely in each of his first four games, including three straight multi-hit contests from 9/4-8...Homered for the first time on 9/7 at Minnesota...Went deep in back-to-back games on 9/27-28...Made all 12 of his defensive appearances at third base...Hit .200 (16-for-80) with two doubles and six RBI in 22 games while playing for Senadores de San Juan in the Puerto Rican Winter League. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N MISC: Was originally selected by the White Sox in the 1st round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft (18th pick overall)...Was tabbed by Baseball America as having the “Best Pro Debut” (along with Ray Liotta) and being the “Best Athlete” (also Wes Whisler), “Pure Hitter” and “Closest to the Majors” (also Gio Gonzalez) among the White Sox draft class of 2004...Was rated by Baseball America as the “Best Power Hitter” in the White Sox minor league system entering the 2005 season...Was named the International League Rookie-of-the-Year in 2006 and to Baseball America’s Minor League All-Star Second Team following the ‘06 season...Participated in the All-Star Futures Game at PNC Park in 2006...Also took International League mid- and post-season All-Star honors in 2006...Made Major League debut as a defensive replacement in left field on 9/13/06 at Los Angeles (AL)...Became the third player in White Sox history to homer in his first Major League at bat on 9/18/06 vs. Detroit with a pinch hit, solo shot off Jamie Walker; Carlos Lee on 5/7/99 at Oakland and Miguel Olivo on 9/15/02 were the others who accomplished the feat...Was ranked by Baseball America as the second-best prospect and “Best Power Hitter” in the White Sox organization prior to the 2007 season...Hit 23 home runs during rookie season in 2007; tied for the third-most by a rookie (also Bill Melton) in White Sox history behind Ron Kittle (35 in 1983) and Zeke Bonura (27 in 1934)...Finished third in American League Rookie-of-the-Year voting by the BBWAA...Ranked first among A.L. rookies in slugging percentage (.480) and home runs, fourth in extra base hits (41) and fifth in total bases (179) in 2007...Ranked second in the American League with 18 home runs in the second half of the 2007 season...Recorded his first career multi-homer game on 8/10/07 and first career grand slam on 8/11/07 off Seattle’s J.J. Putz...Underwent right knee surgery following the 2008 campaign...Hit second career grand slam on 7/23/09 vs. Tampa Bay in the same game Mark Buehrle recorded a perfect game; according to the Elias Sports Bureau it was the first grand slam hit in support of a perfect game. PERSONAL: Joshua Dean Fields...Wife’s name is Ashleigh...Has one son; Kaden (10/17/09)...Is a 2001 graduate of Stillwater (OK) High School, where he played baseball and was the quarterback on the football team...Attended Oklahoma State University, where he was named a First-Team All-American by Baseball America prior to the 2004 season and was rated by the same publication as the draft’s Second-Best Collegiate Athlete and Third-Best Power Hitter among college players...Hit .364 with 25 home runs and 132 RBI in three seasons with the Cowboys...Batted .362 with 10 home runs, 47 RBI and 54 runs scored in 62 games as a junior...Also earned three letters as quarterback of Oklahoma State’s football team...Passed for 2,494 yards and 21 touchdowns in leading the Cowboys to a 9-4 mark in 2003...Owns the school record for most career touchdown passes (55)...Collected 2,494 yards and 21 touchdowns as a junior in 2003 and 3,145 yards and 31 touchdowns against just 10 interceptions as a sophomore in 2002...Recorded five games with 300 yards or more, including two bowl games...Set a Cotton Bowl record with 307 passing yards vs. Mississippi on 1/2/04 (record has since been broken)...Tied a Big 12 record (since broken) with seven touchdown passes (all to Rashaun Woods) in a 52-6 win at SMU on 9/20/03...Over the final three regular season games in 2002, threw for 954 yards and 14 touchdowns without an interception; included in that run was a 357-yard, four touchdown performance in the Cowboys 38-28 upset of No. 3 Oklahoma in 2002.

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AFFILIATES

SCORING 9 OR MORE RUNS IN THE 1ST INNING AT HOME
When the Pirates scored nine times against the Brewers in the bottom of the 1st inning on July 20, 2010, it marked the first time they scored that many runs in the opening frame of any game since plating 10 runs in Philadelphia on June 8, 1989, and the first time since 1893 that they did it in Pittsburgh. Listed below are the three times in club history that the Pirates have scored at least nine runs in the 1st inning on their home turf. July 20, 2010 vs. Milwaukee Brewers..............................9 August 8, 1893 vs. Chicago Colts....................................9 April 22, 1892 vs. St. Louis Browns ..............................12
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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | Josh fields

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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS E

2004 Winston-Salem .285 2005 Birmingham .252 2006 Charlotte .305 Chicago (AL) .150 2007 Charlotte .283 Chicago (AL) .244 2008 Charlotte .246 Winston-Salem .333 Chicago (AL) .156 2009 Chicago (AL) .222 Charlotte (1) .265 2010 Arizona Royals (#) .400 NW Arkansas (#) .436 Kansas City (2) .306 Minor League Totals .278 Major League Totals .234

66 256 36 73 12 4 7 39 0 3 2 18 74 0 0 12 134 477 76 120 27 0 16 79 9 6 13 55 142 7 6 25 124 462 *85 141 32 4 19 70 4 3 3 54 136 28 5 16 11 20 4 3 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 5 8 0 0 0 56 205 28 58 14 0 10 37 0 4 1 39 60 8 5 8 100 373 54 91 17 1 23 67 6 3 1 35 125 1 1 11 75 276 41 68 15 3 10 35 1 1 3 37 98 8 2 11 4 9 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 2 0 1 0 14 32 3 5 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 17 0 0 2 79 239 29 53 5 2 7 30 2 0 2 25 76 2 3 8 27 98 15 26 5 0 5 13 2 0 1 13 22 1 2 7 3 10 2 4 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 11 39 10 17 8 0 0 9 0 1 0 1 4 1 0 1 13 49 5 15 0 0 3 6 0 0 0 1 9 0 0 5 500 1832 294 510 115 12 67 287 16 18 23 225 540 53 21 80 217 713 95 167 25 3 34 107 8 3 3 69 235 3 4 26

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League Selected by Chicago (AL) in 2004 First-Year Player Draft (1st round - 18th pick overall). (1)Acquired by Kansas City from Chicago (AL), along with infielder Chris Getz in deal for infielder/outfielder Mark Teahen. (2)Granted free agency on 12/2/10...Signed by Pittsburgh as a minor league free agent on 12/20/10.

HISTORY

FIELDS HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 2 HR (3 times), 6/24/09 vs. Los Angeles (NL), 9/21/07 at Minnesota & 8/10/07 vs. Seattle. MOST HITS/GAME: 3 hits (6 times), last on 6/24/09 vs. Los Angeles (NL). MOST RBI/GAME: 5 RBI, 8/11/07 vs. Seattle. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 4 games Career: 8 games (2007).

POST-SEASON

PIRATES HITTING 20+ HOME RUNS BEFORE ALL-STAR BREAK
PLAYER Willie Stargell Willie Stargell Ralph Kiner Ralph Kiner Ralph Kiner Brian Giles Willie Stargell Frank Thomas Brian Giles Brian Giles Jeff King Willie Stargell Jason Bay Ralph Kiner Ralph Kiner HOME RUNS 30 30 24 23 23 22 22 22 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 YEAR 1973 1971 1950 1949 1948 2002 1966 1958 2001 2000 1996 1965 2006 1951 1947
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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | Brian friday

ORGANIZATION

BRIAN fRIdAY
AGE: 25 BORN: 12/16/85 in Houston, TX RESIDES: Houston, TX

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HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 5-11/190 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: None

INfIEldER
OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 3rd round selection in 2007 First-Year Player Draft

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AWARDS & HONORS:

2009 Eastern League All-Star (mid-season). 2008 Carolina League All-Star (post-season).

2010 SEASON: Began season with Triple-A Indianapolis and was the Opening Day starter at second base...Went on to make 69 appearances at second base and 20 at shortstop with the Indians...Hit both of his home runs with Indy during the month of May; going deep on 5/14 at Toledo and 5/30 at Charlotte...Suffered a right ankle sprain on 6/9 vs. Pawtucket and was placed on the disabled list...Played five rehab games with the GCL Pirates (7/9-14) and five with Bradenton (7/15-19) before being reinstated at Indianapolis...Had back-to-back two-hit games on 7/26-27, but then went 2-for-24 in his next eight games thru 8/6...Hit safely in six straight games from 8/7-12 and in 11-of-12 from 8/7-19...Was hitting .277 (43-for-155) before suffering ankle injury; hit .233 (31-for-133) in 43 games with Indy after returning to action on 7/20. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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MISC: Made professional debut with State College Spikes on 7/18/07 after being selected by Pittsburgh in the third round of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft...Homered in second pro game on 7/19 (hit his other home run in 2007 in final game on 9/7)...Reached base safely in each of his first 20 pro games and in 36 of the 39 in which he had a plate appearance in 2007...Produced 18-game hitting streak with State College from 7/19 thru 8/18 (24-for-75, .320)...Was rated by Baseball America as the “Best Defensive Infielder” in the Pittsburgh minor league system prior to the 2008 campaign...Was named to the mid-season Carolina League AllStar team while playing with Lynchburg in 2008...Was on D.L. with a lower back injury in 2008 from 6/12 thru 7/30, which included a seven-game rehab stint with the GCL Pirates from 7/21-28...Played with West Oahu during the 2008 Hawaii Winter League and hit .182 (12-for-66) with four RBI in 26 games...Has made 246 appearances at shortstop and 69 at second base during his minor league career...Was tabbed by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s 14th-best prospect prior to 2009 season...Was named to Eastern League mid-season All-Star team and played the entire game at shortstop (went 1-for-4 at the plate)...Was Altoona’s Opening Day starter at shortstop in 2009 and went 3-for-5 with a double, triple and three runs scored in his Double-A debut on 4/8 at Erie...Tied Altoona franchise record for walks in a game with four on 4/13/09 at Akron - previously done by Ronny Paulino in 2003...Missed 20 games in 2009 with an inner ear condition after experiencing vertigo-like symptoms...Participated in 2009 Arizona Fall League and hit .245 (12-for-49) with a double, triple and seven RBI in 13 games with Scottsdale. PERSONAL: Brian David Friday...Is a 2004 graduate of Episcopal High School in Houston, TX...Also played baseball at Rice University, where he was a member of the NCAA World Series teams in 2006 and 2007...Hit .336 (94-for-280) with 29 doubles, three homers and 30 RBI in 68 games with the Owls in 2007 and was a first-team All Conference USA selection...Led Conference USA in doubles in ‘07...Led Rice with a .353 batting average in 2006...Also finished in the top 10 in Conference USA in hits (95), runs (66), RBI (57), total bases (150), on-base percentage (.437) and stolen bases (17) as a sophomore...Signed by Pirates scout Everett Russell.

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
DEVELOPMENT
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS E

2007 State College 2008 Lynchburg GCL Pirates (#) 2009 Altoona 2010 Indianapolis GCL Pirates (#) Bradenton (#) Minor League Totals

.295 40 156 31 46 .287 85 341 59 98 .182 7 22 2 4 .265 110 407 48 108 .257 93 288 41 74 .353 5 17 4 6 .238 5 21 4 5 .272 345 1252 189 341

10 1 2 13 1 20 4 2 29 7 0 1 0 3 0 22 3 7 46 5 19 5 2 28 6 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 73 14 14 123 19

0 9 10 33 6 4 1 8 34 56 16 11 0 1 2 3 0 0 2 11 51 69 7 5 2 2 39 69 10 7 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 3 9 1 0 5 32 142 241 40 27

8 16 4 25 7 1 1 62

AFFILIATES

(#)Injury Rehab Assignment Selected by Pittsburgh in 2007 First-Year Player Draft (3rd round).

DID YOU KNOW...
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That the Pirates have led off a game with back-to-back home runs only twice in 18,962 regular season games. The two rare occasions happened on July 6, 1945 vs. Boston - Game two (Peter Coscarart & Jim Russell) and on July 5, 1982 vs. Houston (Omar Moreno & Johnny Ray).
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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | Eric fryer

cATcHER
AGE: 25 (turns 26 on August 26) BORN: 8/26/85 in Columbus, OH RESIDES: Columbus, OH

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HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-2/215 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: None

ERIc fRYER
OBTAINED: From New York (AL), 6/29/09, along with pitcher Casey Erickson, in deal for outfielder Eric Hinske

ORGANIZATION

AWARDS & HONORS:

2008 South Atlantic League All-Star (post-season).

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2010 SEASON: Spent first full season in the Pittsburgh organization...Made 52 appearances behind the plate and 29 as the designated hitter for Single-A Bradenton...Hit .340 (32-for-94) with runners in scoring position and .340 (50-for-157) with runners on base...Was successful in each of his last 10 stolen base attempts after being thrown out in the second game of the year on 4/9 at Fort Myers...Was charged with six errors in 400 total chances (.985 fielding percentage) behind the plate; also threw out 23 of the 62 baserunners attempting to steal against him (37%)...Reached base safely in 11 of his first 12 games but was hitting just .209 (9-for-43) following the action on 4/23...Went deep in back-to-back games on 4/21 and 4/23...Hit .317 (26-for-82) in May after going 12-for-65 (.185) in the opening month of the season...Hit a home run in two straight games and three of four from 5/16-19...Threw out all three runners attempting to steal against him on 6/4 at Lakeland...Suffered a high left ankle sprain on 6/6 and did not return to action until 6/22...Was placed on the disabled list on 7/2 with a left eye socket fracture after being hit in the head by a pitch...Had a three-game rehab assignment with the Gulf Coast League Pirates from 7/26-28 before being recalled from his rehab and reinstated from the disabled list on 7/29...Collected a season-high four hits on 8/20 at Jupiter...Hit .385 (25-for-65) in 20 games during the month of August. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

MISC: Was originally selected by Milwaukee in the 10th round of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft...Has made 168 appearances behind the plate, 110 in left field, one in right field and one at first base during his minor league career...Won the South Atlantic League batting title in 2008 while also leading the league with a .408 on-base percentage; also ranked third in the league with a .506 slugging percentage...Was named to the 2008 South Atlantic League post-season All-Star team...Did not go more than two straight starts without recording a hit in 2008...Was traded to the Yankees organization on 2/4/09 in exchange for Chase Wright...Was a member of the Carolina League champion Lynchburg Hillcats in 2009. PERSONAL: Eric Joseph Fryer...Wife’s name is Allison...One son; Caleb (8/3/10)...Is a 2004 graduate of Reynoldsburg (OH) High School, where he was a member of the varsity baseball team for four years and was a four-time All-League, three-time All-District and All-State selection as a senior....Also played basketball for two years in high school...Was also a member of the National Honor Society at Reynoldsburg High School...Played baseball for three seasons at Ohio State University, where he led the team in doubles (16), ranked second in RBI (50), third in hits (74) and tied for fifth in batting average (.322) in 2007...Earned second-team All-Big Ten honors in 2006 and 2007 and was an All-Mideast Region selection in 2006...Received his Bachelors of Science in Education Degree with an emphasis in Sports Management this past offseason from Ohio State.

HISTORY POST-SEASON

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS E

2007 Helena .209 43 139 25 29 2008 West Virginia (1) *.335 104 385 76 129 2009 Tampa (2) .250 59 224 34 56 Lynchburg .242 47 157 22 38 2010 Bradenton .300 83 287 53 86 GCL Pirates (#) .143 3 7 1 1 Minor League Totals .283 339 1199 211 339

7 0 3 19 26 5 10 63 11 2 2 24 11 0 3 14 16 5 8 48 0 0 0 0 71 12 26 168

1 0 0 1 2 0 4

1 2 14 28 3 6 43 74 2 2 27 43 0 7 22 25 3 8 37 64 0 0 5 0 9 25 148 234

4 3 15 3 11 5 0 0 10 1 1 0 41 12

5 14 4 3 6 0 32

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League Selected by Milwaukee in 2007 First-Year Player Draft (10th round). (1)Acquired by New York (AL) from Milwaukee, 2/14/09, in deal for pitcher Chase Wright. (2)Acquired by Pittsburgh from New York (AL), 6/29/09, along pitcher Casey Erickson, in deal for outfielder Eric Hinske.

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ALL-TIME FRANCHISE VICTORIES
Team Wins Giants ............................................................................10,436 Cubs ..............................................................................10,241 Braves..............................................................................9,945 Dodgers............................................................................9,725 Yankees............................................................................9,670 Pirates............................................................................9,574
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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | Sean Gallagher

SEAN GAllAGHER
AGE: 245 BORN: 12/30/85 in Boston, MA RESIDES: Sunrise, FL

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RIGHT-HANdEd PITcHER

HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-2/220 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: 2 years, 110 days

OBTAINED: Acquired from San Diego, 7/7/10, for cash considerations

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AWARDS & HONORS:

2006 Florida State League All-Star (mid-season). Chicago Cubs Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year in 2005. 2005 Midwest League All-Star (mid-season & post-season).

2010 SEASON: Went 2-1 with a 5.77 (57.2ip/37er) in 46 big league games with San Diego and Pittsburgh...Was a member of San Diego’s Opening Day roster...Retired all three batters he faced on Opening Day at Arizona...Did not allow a run in first two appearances (2.0ip) before being scored upon in four of his last five games in April (8.1ip/10er)...Made back-to-back scoreless appearances (2.2ip) to begin May before being placed on the 15-day disabled list on 5/4 with a sprained left toe...Went 0-2 with a 4.91 ERA (11.0ip/6er) in three rehab starts with Triple-A Portland from 5/11-28...Worked 3.1 innings of scoreless relief in second game back from disabled list on 6/6 at Philadelphia...Was designated for assignment on 7/1 and acquired by the Pirates on 7/7 for cash considerations...Was scored upon once in his first four games (5.1ip) with the Bucs before giving up four runs without retiring a batter on 7/24 vs. San Diego...Pitched 3.0 hitless innings and picked up first win on 7/28 at Colorado; also tied career high with four strikeouts...Gave up two runs in 1.0ip, but was the winning pitcher in Pittsburgh’s 8-7 win in 10 innings vs. Colorado on 8/7 (Pedro Alvarez hit a three-run walkoff homer)...Pitched a career-high 4.1 innings of relief on 8/23 vs. St. Louis...Was scored upon in five straight games from 8/23 thru 9/3 (8.1ip/13er)...Posted a 1.93 ERA in his final 10 appearances (9.1ip/2er)...Suffered lone loss with Pirates on 9/27 at St. Louis...Went 0-for-4 with a walk and run scored as a batter with the Pirates and hitless in seven at bats overall. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

HISTORY POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT

2010 REVIEW

MISC: Made professional debut with Rookie-level Mesa after being selected by the Cubs in the 12th round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft...Was named Chicago’s Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year after going 14-5 with a 2.68 ERA in 27 combined starts between Single-A Peoria and Daytona in 2005...Was named to the Midwest League mid- and post-season All-Star teams in 2005 while sharing the Midwest League lead in wins and ranking third in ERA...Was named to the Florida State League mid-season AllStar team in 2006...Surrendered a two-run homer to Atlanta’s Andruw Jones while making his Major Leauge debut on 6/9/07 at Turner Field...Earned first and only professional save after allowing one run in 4.0 innings for the Cubs on 7/18/07 vs. San Francisco...Began 2008 season ranked as the Cubs’ fifth-best prospect according to Baseball America...Ranked ninth among Major League rookies with 103 strikeouts in 2008...Received a no-decision while making first big league start on 5/11/08 vs. Arizona...Picked up first Major League win after limiting Pittsburgh to one run in 6.0 innings on 5/16/08 at Wrigley Field...Was traded from Chicago to Oakland as part of a six-player deal on 7/8/08...Was a member of Oakland’s Opening Day roster in 2009...Has gone 5-9 with a 5.61 ERA (118.2ip/74er) in 23 big league starts and 5-1 with one save and a 5.68 ERA (88.2ip/56er) in 68 relief appearances...Made last Major League start on 5/18/09 at Tampa Bay...Has lost his last three big league starts since limiting the Angels to one run in 7.0 innings on 9/16/08...Has gone 0-for-18 with nine strikeouts and three sacrifice bunts at the plate in his big league career. PERSONAL: Sean Patrick Gallagher...Wife’s name is Jennifer...Is a 2004 graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, FL, where he played baseball and football.

MONTHLY RECORD HOME RUNS HIT (Individual)
April (1971) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Willie Stargell May (2006). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jason Bay June (1947) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ralph Kiner July (2009) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Garrett Jones July (1966) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Donn Clendenon July (1950) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ralph Kiner August (1947) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ralph Kiner September (1949) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ralph Kiner
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LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L 2004 Mesa 1-2 2005 Peoria t14-5 Daytona 0-0 2006 Daytona 4-0 West Tenn 7-5 2007 Tennessee 7-2 Iowa 3-1 Chicago (NL) 0-0 2008 Iowa 2-2 Chicago (NL) (1) 3-4 Oakland 2-3 2009 Oakland 1-2 Sacramento (2) 1-0 Portland 0-1 San Diego 2-0 2010 San Diego (3) 0-0 Portland (#) 0-2 Pittsburgh 2-1 Minor League Totals 39-20 N.L. Totals 7-5 A.L. Totals 3-5 Major League Totals 10-10 ERA 3.12 2.71 1.80 2.30 2.71 3.39 2.66 8.59 3.10 4.45 5.88 8.16 1.74 27.00 0.00 5.40 4.91 6.03 2.82 5.28 6.34 5.64 G 10 26 1 13 15 11 8 8 5 12 11 6 5 1 8 15 3 31 98 74 17 91 GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP 9 0 0 0 34.2 38 19 12 0 3 26 0 0 0 146.0 107 53 44 10 15 1 0 0 0 5.0 6 1 1 1 0 13 0 0 0 78.1 75 24 20 5 5 15 0 0 0 86.1 74 30 26 4 1 11 0 0 0 61.0 54 25 23 3 3 8 0 0 0 40.2 33 12 12 1 3 0 0 0 1 14.2 19 15 14 3 1 5 0 0 0 29.0 21 11 10 2 0 10 0 0 0 58.2 58 31 29 6 4 11 0 0 0 56.2 60 42 36 7 2 2 0 0 0 14.1 21 16 13 1 2 5 0 0 0 20.2 12 5 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 1.0 3 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 5.1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23.1 24 14 14 5 2 3 0 0 0 11.0 14 6 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 34.1 38 26 23 2 1 97 0 0 0 513.2 437 189 161 27 32 10 0 0 1 136.1 144 86 80 16 8 13 0 0 0 71.0 81 58 50 8 4 23 0 0 1 207.1 225 144 130 24 12 BB 11 55 0 21 55 24 13 12 9 22 36 7 6 0 5 19 4 22 198 80 43 123 SO WP BK 44 1 0 139 5 0 7 0 0 80 3 0 91 9 0 54 3 0 37 3 0 5 0 0 30 3 0 49 2 0 54 0 0 10 1 0 15 1 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 21 0 0 12 1 0 22 0 2 510 29 0 101 2 2 64 1 0 165 3 2

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (t)Tied for League Lead Selected by Chicago (NL) in 2004 First-Year Player Draft (12th round). (1)Acquired by Oakland from Chicago (NL), 7/8/08, along with catcher Josh Donaldson, infielder Eric Patterson and outfielder Matt Murton in deal for pitchers Rich Hardin and Chad Gaudin. (2)Acquired by San Diego from Oakland, 7/28/09, as the player to be named, along with pitchers Craig Italiano and Ryan Webb, in deal for outfielder Scott Hairston. (3)Acquired by Pittsburgh from San Diego, 7/7/10, for cash considerations.

GALLAGHER HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 8 K’s (twice), 6/28/08 at Chicago (AL) & 6/1/08 vs. Colorado...Reliever: 4 K’s (twice), 7/28/10 at Colorado & 6/6/10 at Philadelphia. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 7.0 IP (3 times), 9/16/08 vs. Los Angeles (AL), 7/11/08 vs. Los Angeles (AL) & 5/27/08 vs. Los Angeles (NL)...Reliever: 4.1 IP 8/23/10 vs. St. Louis. , MOST WALKS: Starter: 6 BB, 9/10/08 at Detroit...Reliever: 4 BB, 4/26/10 at Florida.

DEVELOPMENT

LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 2 games, thrice (7/28 to 8/7/10, 9/21 to 9/21/09 & 5/27 to 6/1/08). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 3 games (6/6 to 7/3/08).

PIRATES SINGLE SEASON RBI LEADERS
131 127 126 125 124 123 . . . . . . .Paul Waner . . . . . . . . .1927 . . . . . . .Raph Kiner . . . . . . . . . .1949 & 1947 . . . . . . .Honus Wagner . . . . . . .1901 . . . . . . .Willie Stargell . . . . . . .1971 . . . . . . .Pie Traynor . . . . . . . . . .1928 . . . . . . .Brian Giles . . . . . . . . . .2000 Ralph Kiner . . . . . . . . .1948 121 . . . . . . .Glenn Wright . . . . . . . .1925 121 . . . . . . .Jake Stenzel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1894 120 . . . . . . .Bobby Bonilla . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990 Jake Beckley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1894 119 . . . . . . .Willie Stargell . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1973 Roberto Clemente . . . . . . . . . . .1964 Adam Comorosky . . . . . . . . . . .1930 Pie Traynor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1930

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ANdREW lAMBo
AGE: 22 (turns 23 on August 11) BORN: 8/11/88 in Newbury Park, CA RESIDES: Newbury Park, CA

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HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-3/210 BATS/THROWS: L/L M.L. SERVICE: None

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OBTAINED: From Los Angeles (NL), 7/31/10, along with pitcher James McDonald in deal for pitcher Octavio Dotel

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AWARDS & HONORS:

2009 Southern League All-Star (mid-season). 2008 Midwest League All-Star (mid-season).

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2010 SEASON: Hit .272 (74-for-272) with six homers and 35 RBI in 73 combined games with Chattanooga (Dodgers’ AA) and Altoona...Made a total of 52 appearances in left field, five in right field and one in center field with the two clubs...Made lone start in center field while playing with Altoona on 8/8 at Harrisburg (first pro appearance there)...Hit .431 (19-for-44) during a 10-game hitting streak from 4/11-22 and .342 (26-for-76) with two homers and 13 RBI in 19 games with Chattanooga thru 4/29...Missed 50 games while on MLB’s suspended list from 4/30 thru 6/24...Had first and only professional sac bunt on 7/5 vs. Carolina...Hit .219 (23-for-105) with two homers and 12 RBI in his last 28 games with Chattanooga...Was acquired by Pittsburgh on 7/31 and batted .400 (18-for-45) in first 11 games with Altoona thru 8/13...Had a 10-game hitting streak from 8/4-13...Crashed into outfield wall on 8/15 vs. New Hampshire and did not play again until 8/22...Was relegated to designated hitter or pinch hitting role until final two games of regular season...Hit .281 (9-for-32) with two doubles, two home runs and seven RBI in eight games during the post season...Knocked in three runs during Game Two victory over Harrisburg in round one of playoffs...Homered in Game Four of series vs. Harrisburg and again in Game Three of Championship Series against Trenton...Participated in the Arizona Fall League for the third straight season; hit .274 (29-for-106) with four homers and 23 RBI in 28 games with Mesa - shared league lead in RBI. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N MISC: Ranked third in the Gulf Coast League in batting average, second in on-base percentage (.440) and fifth in slugging percentage (.519) during first pro season with the GCL Dodgers in 2007...Was rated by Baseball America as having the fourth-best “Pro Debut” among all high school players from the 2007 draft and as the “Best Pure Hitter” in Los Angeles’ 2007 draft class...Was presented the Most Outstanding First-Year Player Award by the Association of Professional Baseball Players of America in February, 2008...Was rated as the 14th-best prospect in the Dodgers organization by Baseball America prior to 2008 season...Was named to Midwest League mid-season All-Star team in 2008 and was the starting left fielder for the East team...Tied for fifth in the league in doubles...Was named the Southern League Hitter-of-the-Week in 2008 for the week of 8/25-9/1...Was named the seventh-best prospect in the Midwest League by Baseball America following 2008 season...Hit .313 (21-for-67) with a homer and 10 RBI in 17 games with Surprise during 2008 Arizona Fall League...Began 2009 season ranked as the top prospect in the Dodgers organization by Baseball America...Also entered the season rated as the “Best Hitter for Average” in the Dodgers system by Baseball America...Was named to 2009 Southern League mid-season All-Star team; went 3-for-4 with a double and two runs scored for the North squad in the contest...Ranked third in the league in doubles...Participated in 2009 Arizona Fall League and hit .330 (30-for-91) with two homers and 18 RBI in 21 games with Peoria...Began 2010 season ranked as the 7th-best prospect and the best outfield prospect in the Dodgers system according to Baseball America...Has made 287 appearances in left field, 41 in right field, 22 at first base and one each at third base and in center field during his minor league career...Made lone appearance at third base on 7/18/07...Made last appearances at first base while playing with Jacksonville on 8/30/08. PERSONAL: Andrew Francis Lambo...Is a 2007 graduate of Newbury Park (CA) High School, where he played baseball.

DEVELOPMENT

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HISTORY

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS E

AFFILIATES

2007 GCL Dodgers 2008 Great Lakes Jacksonville 2009 Chattanooga 2010 Chattanooga (1) Altoona Minor League Totals

.343 54 181 38 62 15 .288 123 472 58 136 33 .389 8 36 7 14 2 .256 130 492 70 126 39 .271 47 181 26 49 11 .275 26 91 12 25 1 .284 388 1453 211 412 101

1 5 32 2 15 79 1 3 12 1 11 61 2 4 25 0 2 10 7 40 219

0 3 5 29 34 1 0 3 2 41 110 5 0 0 0 2 9 0 0 7 3 39 95 4 1 1 0 15 39 1 0 0 2 9 30 0 1 14 12 135 317 11

2 2 0 3 1 0 8

2 7 1 5 3 0 18

Selected by Los Angeles (NL) in 2007 First-Year Player Draft (4th round). (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Los Angeles (NL), 7/31/10, along with pitcher James McDonald in deal for pitcher Octavio Dotel.

DID YOU KNOW...
That Willie Stargell is the only left-handed batter to hit three home runs in a game for the Pirates. A total of nine different players have smacked three homers in the same game a total of 16 times while in a Pittsburgh uniform, but “Pops” is the only left-handed batter to do so. He homered three times on June 24, 1965 at Dodger Stadium, May 22, 1968 at Wrigley Field, April 10, 1971 at Atlanta Stadium and April 21, 1971 at Three Rivers Stadium against the Braves.
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INfIEldER
AGE: 27 BORN: 10/21/83 in Villa Tapia, D.R. RESIDES: Villa Tapia, D.R.

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ANdY MARTE

ORGANIZATION

HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-1/205 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: 3 years, 107 days

OBTAINED: Signed as a minor league free agent on 12/1/10

AWARDS & HONORS:

2009 International League All-Star (mid-season & post-season). 2009 Topps Triple-A All-Star. 2006 International League All-Star (mid-season). Participated in 2004 All-Star Futues Game in Houston. Participated in 2003 All-Star Futures Game in Chicago (AL). 2003 Carolina League All-Star (post-season). 2002 South Atlantic League All-Star (mid-season & post-season).

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2010 SEASON: Spent fifth and final season in the Indians organization...Made 45 appearances (28 starts) at third base and 32 appearances (15 starts) at first base...Also made first professional pitching appearance with 1.0 scoreless inning (0h/0bb/1so) of relief on 7/29 vs. the New York Yankees; he was the first non-pitcher to appear in a game for Cleveland since Tim Laker on 4/20/04 and 21st non-pitcher in club history...Went 0-for-9 with five strikeouts as a pinch hitter...Went deep for the first time while collecting a season-high tying three RBI on 4/22 at Minnesota...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 5/12 with a non-baseball medical issue...Appeared in one game on rehab with Single-A Lake County before being recalled from his rehab assignment and reinstated from the disabled list on 6/7...Was charged with three errors in one inning while playing third base on 6/10 vs. Boston (according to the Elias Sports Bureau, he became the first Indians player to commit three errors in an inning since shortstop Frank Duffy on 9/24/72)...Went 8-for-24 (.333) from 9/19 thru the remainder of the season...Went 7-for-50 (.140) with a double, two home runs and five RBI in 17 games while playing for Licey in the Dominican Winter League. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

MISC: Has been rated as an organization’s top prospect three times in his career (2004 and 2005 with Atlanta and 2006 with Boston)...Was originally signed by Atlanta as a non-drafted free agent on 9/6/00...Earned the Hank Aaron Award as the best minor league hitter in the Braves organization in 2002 after hitting 18 home runs and collecting 105 RBI as an 18-year-old playing for Single-A Macon in the South Atlantic League...Earned South Atlantic League All-Star accolades in 2002 while leading the league in RBI...Was selected to play in the 2003 All-Star Futures Game at Chicago (AL)...Was tabbed as Atlanta’s top prospect by Baseball America following the 2003 season while also being named to the Carolina League All-Star team...Was selected to play in the 2004 All-Star Futures Game while hitting a career-high 23 home runs for Single-A Greenville...Was voted as the best third baseman by Southern League managers in 2004...Was ranked as the ninth-best prospect in all of minor league baseball entering the 2005 season...Started at third base in Major League debut on 6/7/05 and collected first career RBI with a sacrifice fly...Singled off Kirk Saarloos for first big league hit on 6/11/05 vs. Oakland to snap an 0-for-9 streak at the start of his career...Took Tampa Bay’s Casey Fossum deep at Tropicana Field for first career home run on 8/18/06...Connected off Toronto’s Jeremy Accardo at Rogers Centre for only career grand slam on 9/5/06...Was a member of an Opening Day roster for the first time in his career in 2007 with Cleveland...Earned 2009 International League post-season All-Star honors. PERSONAL: Andy Manuel Marte...Attended Liceo Nueva Esperanza School in the Domincan Republic.

POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT

NO-HIT GAMES vs. PIRATES
AFFILIATES
DATE 10/15/1892 4/22/1898 8/1/1906 6/16/1916 5/8/1929 5/12/1955 8/14/1971 BY Bumpus Jones* Ted Breitenstein Harry McIntire Tom Hughes Carl Hubbell Sam Jones Bob Gibson TEAM Cincinnati Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston New York Chicago St. Louis SITE Cincinnati Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston New York Chicago Pittsburgh SCORE 7-1 11-0 **0-1 2-0 11-0 4-0 11-0

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* First M.L. start

** Pitched 10 2/3 hitless innings
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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS E

Danville Macon Myrtle Beach Greenville GCL Braves (#) 2005 Richmond Atlanta (1)(2) 2006 Buffalo Cleveland 2007 Cleveland Buffalo (#) 2008 Cleveland 2009 Cleveland Columbus 2010 Cleveland (3) Lake County (#) Minor League Totals N.L. Totals A.L. Totals Major League Totals

2001 2002 2003 2004

.200 .281 .285 .269 .467 .275 .140 .261 .226 .193 .267 .221 .232 .327 .229 .500 .277 .140 .224 .218

37 125 12 25 6 0 1 12 126 488 69 137 32 4 21 *105 130 463 69 132 35 1 16 63 107 387 52 104 28 1 23 68 3 15 4 7 4 0 1 6 109 389 51 107 26 2 20 74 24 57 3 8 2 1 0 4 96 357 49 93 23 0 15 46 50 164 20 37 15 1 5 23 20 57 3 11 4 0 1 8 96 352 47 94 17 1 16 60 80 235 21 52 11 1 3 17 47 155 20 36 6 1 6 25 82 300 48 98 24 1 18 66 80 170 18 39 7 2 5 19 1 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 787 2880 403 799 195 10 131 500 24 57 3 8 2 1 0 4 277 781 82 175 43 5 20 92 301 838 85 183 45 6 20 96

1 2 0 20 45 3 0 7 6 41 114 2 0 9 2 67 109 5 0 3 2 58 105 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 7 0 64 83 0 0 2 0 7 13 0 0 3 0 34 81 1 0 0 1 13 38 0 0 0 1 2 9 0 0 4 2 21 64 0 7 0 1 14 52 1 1 4 1 14 30 0 1 3 0 22 50 3 0 1 0 17 35 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 38 12 330 653 15 0 2 0 7 13 0 8 5 4 60 164 1 8 7 4 67 177 1

0 6 1 27 2 28 1 17 0 0 3 15 1 3 0 19 0 6 0 4 0 17 2 6 0 5 0 9 3 11 0 0 7138 1 3 5 32 6 35

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(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League Signed by Atlanta as a non-drafted free agent on 9/6/00. (1)Acquired by Boston from Atlanta, 12/8/05, in exchange for infielder Edgar Renteria and cash considerations. (2)Acquired by Cleveland from Boston, 1/27/06, along with pitchers Guillermo Mota and Randy Newsom and catcher Kelly Shoppach, in deal for catcher Josh Bard, outfielder Coco Crisp and pitcher David Riske. (3)Granted free agency on 11/6/10...Signed by Pittsburgh as a minor league free agent on 12/1/10.

MARTE HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: 1 HR (20 times), last on 9/8/10 at Los Angeles (AL). MOST HITS/GAME: 3 hits (3 times), 9/7/06 at Chicago (AL), 8/24/06 at Kansas City & 8/18/06 at Tampa Bay. MOST RBI/GAME: 4 RBI, 9/5/06 at Toronto. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2010: 4 games Career: 10 games (2009).

DEVELOPMENT

PIRATES WITH THREE HOME RUNS IN ONE GAME
PLAYER (accomplished 17 times by 10 different players) DATE OPPONENT (ballpark)
Ralph Kiner (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .August 16, 1947 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vs. St. Louis (Forbes Field) Ralph Kiner (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .September 11, 1947 (game two) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vs. Boston (Forbes Field) Ralph Kiner (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 5, 1948 (game one) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vs. Cincinnati (Forbes Field) Ralph Kiner (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 18, 1951 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Brooklyn (Ebbets Field) Roman Mejias (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .May 4, 1958 (game one) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at San Francisco (Seals Stadium) Frank Thomas (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .August 16, 1958 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Cincinnati (Crosley Field) Dick Stuart (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 10, 1960 (game two) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vs. San Francisco (Forbes Field) Willie Stargell (L) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 24, 1965 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Los Angeles (Dodger Stadium) Roberto Clemente (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .May 15, 1967 (10 innings) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Cincinnati (Crosley Field) Willie Stargell (L) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .May 22, 1968 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Chicago (Wrigley Field) Roberto Clemente (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .August 13, 1969 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at San Francisco (Candlestick Park) Willie Stargell (L) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .April 10, 1971 (12 innings) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Atlanta (Atlanta Stadium) Willie Stargell (L) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .April 21, 1971 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vs. Atlanta (Three Rivers Stadium) Bill Robinson (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 5, 1976 (15 innings) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vs. San Diego (Three Rivers Stadium) Darnell Coles (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .September 30, 1987 (game two) . . . . . . . . . . . . .vs. Chicago (Three Rivers Stadium) Aramis Ramirez (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .April 8, 2001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Houston (Enron Field) Andrew McCutchen (R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .August 1, 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vs. Washington (PNC Park)
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AFFILIATES

RIGHT-HANdEd PITcHER

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fERNANdo NIEvE
OBTAINED: Signed as a minor league free agent 12/7/10

ORGANIZATION

AGE: 28 (turns 29 on July 15) BORN: 7/15/82 in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela RESIDES: Pearland, TX

HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-0/219 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: 2 years, 103 days

AWARDS & HONORS:

2005 Texas League All-Star (mid-season & post-season). Participated in 2005 All-Star Futures Game in Detroit. 2004 Carolina League All-Star (mid-season).

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2010 REVIEW

2010 SEASON: Spent majority of season with New York (NL)...Made 39 of his 40 appearances in relief...Did not allow a run in his first four games (4.0ip) before being charged with three runs in 0.1ip on 4/13 at Colorado...Was scored upon just twice in his first 16 appearances...Failed to retire the two batters he faced while suffering first loss on 4/16 at St. Louis...Worked a career-high 10.2 consecutive scoreless innings from 4/17 to 5/3...Worked 1.1 scoreless frames while earning first win on 4/19 vs. Chicago (NL)...Became the first pitcher in Mets history to appear in 19 of the club’s first 30 games with his outing on 5/8 vs. San Francisco...Made lone start on 5/29 at Milwaukee; allowed five runs, including two home runs, in 2.0 innings while also being charged with the loss...Struck out a career-high four batters in relief while also earning second and final win on 6/22 vs. Detroit...Was designated for assignment on 7/23 and outrighted to Triple-A Buffalo for remainder of the season on 7/28...Struck out seven batters while picking up first win with Buffalo on 8/11 at Scranton-Wilkes Barre...Earned second and final win with Bisons in next start on 8/16 at Pawtucket...Went 0-for-2 at the plate while playing with the Mets...Went 0-4 with a 5.79 ERA (32.2ip/21er) in nine games (eight starts) while pitching for Navegantes del Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

MISC: Has gone 5-7 with a 4.48 ERA (98.1ip/49er) in 19 starts and 3-4 with a 4.74 ERA (87.1ip/46er) in 80 relief outings during big league career...Was originally signed by Houston as a 16-year-old non-drafted free agent...Earned Texas League mid- and postseason All-Star honors in 2005 while also participating in the All-Star Futures Game in Detroit...Made Major League debut on 4/4/06 vs. Florida and tossed 1.0 scoreless inning of relief...Made first career start on 4/16/06 at Arizona; received a no-decision after allowing two runs in 4.0 innings...Earned first big league win on 5/2/06 at Milwaukee (7.0ip/6h/4r/0bb/7so)...Was limited to five games in 2007 before having season-ending surgery to repair the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow on 4/28...Attended spring training in 2009 with Houston before being claimed off waivers by New York (NL) on 3/14...Tossed 2.0 scoreless innings of relief while making debut with Mets on 6/6/09 at Washington before moving into the starting rotation...Tossed at least 6.0 innings in four of his seven starts with the Mets in 2009...Left his start on 7/19/09 with a muscle tear in his right thigh and did not pitch the rest of the season...Has gone 5-for-28 (.179) with two RBI as a hitter in the big leagues...Singled and collected first Major League RBI off Milwaukee’s Ben Sheets on 5/2/06...Collected last big league hit on 7/10/09 off Cincinnati’s Bronson Arroyo. PERSONAL: Fernando Alexis Flores Nieve...Wife’s name is Leticia...Has one daughter; Valeria Alessandra (4/21/09)...Is an avid swimmer.

HISTORY POST-SEASON

LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
CLUB W-L VSL Astros 0-6 VSL Astros 3-4 Martinsville 4-2 Martinsville 4-1 Lexington 0-1 2003 Lexington 14-9 2004 Salem 10-6 Round Rock 2-0 2005 Corpus Christi 4-3 Round Rock 4-4 2006 Houston 3-3 Round Rock 0-0 2007 Round Rock 1-3 2008 Round Rock 2-5 Houston (1) 0-1 2009 Binghamton 0-1 Buffalo 3-0 New York (NL) 3-3 2010 New York (NL) 2-4 Buffalo (2) 2-1 Minor League Totals 53-46 Major League Totals 8-11 YEAR 1999 2000 2001 2002 ERA 4.55 2.71 3.79 2.39 6.00 3.65 2.96 1.56 2.65 4.83 4.20 0.00 6.23 5.72 8.44 4.91 3.70 2.95 6.00 5.63 3.70 4.61 G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 11 7 0 0 0 32.0 31 22 16 0 0 16 41 0 0 14 13 0 0 0 79.2 56 29 24 5 12 28 64 12 0 12 8 1 0 0 38.0 27 20 16 2 3 21 49 3 1 13 13 0 0 0 67.2 46 23 18 5 2 27 60 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3.0 6 5 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 28 28 1 0 0 150.1 133 69 61 10 0 65 144 7 1 24 24 2 2 0 149.0 136 52 49 9 1 40 117 5 0 3 3 0 0 0 17.1 12 4 3 0 1 8 17 0 0 14 14 0 0 0 85.0 62 27 25 7 3 29 96 4 0 13 13 2 2 0 82.0 92 45 44 10 5 33 75 3 0 40 11 0 0 0 96.1 87 46 45 18 2 41 70 1 0 4 0 0 0 2 5.1 2 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 5 5 0 0 0 21.2 30 19 15 1 1 15 13 2 0 36 7 0 0 6 72.1 87 50 46 13 3 27 63 4 0 11 0 0 0 0 10.2 17 10 10 2 0 2 12 0 0 5 4 0 0 0 18.1 16 10 10 1 1 6 19 2 0 4 4 0 0 0 24.1 18 10 10 2 0 10 23 2 0 8 7 0 0 0 36.2 36 13 12 4 1 19 23 2 0 40 1 0 0 0 42.0 37 28 28 10 2 22 38 2 0 8 8 0 0 0 40.0 49 25 25 3 1 13 31 1 0 195 152 6 4 8 886.0 803 410 364 68 34 338 821 46 2 99 19 0 0 0 185.2 177 97 95 34 5 84 143 5 0

DEVELOPMENT AFFILIATES GENERAL

Signed by Houston as a non-drafted free agent on 5/11/99. (1)Claimed off waivers by New York (NL) from Houston on 3/14/09. (2)Granted free agency on 10/4/10...Signed by Pittsburgh as a minor league free agent on 12/7/10.
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ORGANIZATION

NIEVE HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 9 K’s, 6/9/06 vs. Atlanta...Reliever: 4 K’s, 6/22/10 vs. Detroit. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 7.1 IP 6/9/06 vs. Atlanta...Reliever: 3.0 IP 7/5/10 vs. Cincinnati. , , MOST WALKS: Starter: 6 BB, twice (7/4/09 at Philadelphia & 5/17/06 vs. San Francisco)...Reliever: 4 BB, 9/11/06 at St. Louis. LONGEST SCORELESS INNINGS STREAK: 10.2 IP (4/17 to 5/3/10). LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 3 games, (6/13 to 6/24/09). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 3 games, twice (6/29 to 7/10/09 & 5/7 to 5/23/06).

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2010 REVIEW

MOST RUNS SCORED IN A GAME
THE LAST TIME THE PIRATES SCORED AS MANY AS... DATE OPPONENT SCORE RUNS 11 ........................................September 22, 2010..........................vs. St. Louis Cardinals...............WON 11-6 12+ (15).............................July 21, 2010....................................vs. Milwaukee Brewers...............WON 15-3 16+ (18).............................June 11, 2005 ..............................vs. Tampa Bay Devil Rays...............WON 18-2 19 ........................................September 26, 1992 ................................vs. New York Mets...............WON 19-2 20 ........................................August 1, 1970..........................................at Atlanta Braves.............WON 20-10 21+ (22).............................September 16, 1975 ...................................at Chicago Cubs...............WON 22-0 23+ (24).............................June 22, 1925 ..................................vs. St. Louis Cardinals...............WON 24-6 27 (club record)....................June 6, 1894 ............................................vs. Boston Braves.............WON 27-11

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POST-SEASON

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY
THE LAST TIME THE PIRATES WON A GAME BY AS MANY AS... RUNS DATE OPPONENT SCORE 12 ........................................July 21, 2010....................................vs. Milwaukee Brewers...............WON 15-3 13+ (14).............................August 1, 2007..................................vs. St. Louis Cardinals...............WON 15-1 15+ (16).............................June 11, 2005 ..............................vs. Tampa Bay Devil Rays...............WON 18-2 17 ........................................September 26, 1992 ................................vs. New York Mets...............WON 19-2 18 ........................................August 21, 1968 ......................................at Cincinnati Reds...............WON 19-1 19 ........................................August 3, 1961 ...................................at St. Louis Cardinals...............WON 19-0 20+ (22).............................September 16, 1975 ...................................at Chicago Cubs...............WON 22-0

DEVELOPMENT

MOST HOME RUNS HIT BY A PIRATES ROOKIE
PLAYER HOME RUNS YEAR Jason Bay (RH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2004 Ralph Kiner (RH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1946 Johnny Rizzo (RH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1938 Garrett Jones (LH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009 Al Martin (LH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1993 Al Oliver (LH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1969 Gus Suhr (LH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1930 Wally Westlake (RH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1947 Barry Bonds (LH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986 Dick Stuart (RH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1958 Dale Long (LH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1555
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lEfT-HANdEd PITcHER
AGE: 23 BORN: 12/18/87 in Mesa, AZ RESIDES: Mesa, AZ

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HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-3/225 BATS/THROWS: L/L M.L. SERVICE: None

2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | Rudy owens

RUdY oWENS

ORGANIZATION

OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 28th round selection in 2006 First-Year Player Draft

AWARDS & HONORS:

2010 Eastern League All-Star (mid-season & post-season). Pittsburgh’s Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year in 2009 & 2010. 2009 South Atlantic League All-Star (mid-season & post-season). Named Most Outstanding Pitcher in South Atlantic League in 2009. Named to 2009 Topps Class-A All-Star Team. 2009 MLB.com Class-A Starting Pitcher-of-the-Year.

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2010 REVIEW HISTORY POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT AFFILIATES

2010 SEASON: Was named Pittsburgh’s Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year for the second straight season...Spent entire year with DoubleA Altoona and led Eastern League in ERA...Also tied for third in strikeouts and walked the second-fewest amount of batters among league starters...Was named to Eastern League’s mid- and post-season All-Star teams...Established minor league career highs in starts, innings pitched and strikeouts...Made first start of the season against Stephen Strasburg on national TV on 4/11 vs. Harrisburg and received a no-decision; gave up three runs on five hits in 4.2ip and went 1-for-2 with an RBI at the plate...Picked up first win in third start on 4/22 vs. Erie...Won three straight starts from 4/22 thru 5/4...Retired the first 17 batters he faced and allowed only one baserunner (walk to relief pitcher Craig Whitaker) while nohitting Richmond for six innings on 5/4...Also struck out career-high 11 batters in win vs. Richmond on 5/4...Won three straight starts again from 5/25 thru 6/4...Lost three straight starts from 7/19-29...Retired last 17 batters he faced on 8/4 vs. Akron...Went 4-0 with a 0.82 ERA (33.0ip/3er) and walked three batters in six August starts...Did not allow a run in four of his final five regular season starts and recorded a 0.98 ERA (46.0ip/5er) in his last eight assignments, beginning on 7/24...Made two starts during the post season; gave up five runs (four earned) in 1.1ip and suffered loss vs. Harrisburg on 9/8 and received a no-decision (5.0ip/2er) while facing Andy Pettitte in Game 1 of Championship Series on 9/14. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N 2009: Went 11-2 with a 2.10 ERA in 25 combined starts between Class-A West Virginia and Class-A Lynchburg...Was named Pittsburgh’s Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year...Was also named to the South Atlantic League mid- and post-season All-Star teams...Also a member of Topps ClassA All-Star team and named Most Outstanding Pitcher in the S.A.L...Held all opposing hitters to a .197 batting average...Tied for fourth in South Atlantic League in wins (10)...Won his first two decisions with West Virginia before suffering lone loss on 5/2 vs. Hagerstown...Went 8-0 in his final 14 starts with West Virginia and allowed more than two earned runs just once in that time (three on 6/7 at Kannapolis)...Put together a streak of 32 consecutive scoreless innings from 6/11 to 7/13 (Augusta scored one run in the 2nd inning on 7/13 to break the streak)...Captured Pitcherof-the-Week honors on 6/22 and again on 7/6...Surrendered just two earned runs in 26.0 innings after the All-Star break (0.69 ERA) before being promoted to Lynchburg on 8/1...Pitched 4.1 scoreless frames in his debut with the Hillcats on 8/3, but received a no-decision...Tossed 5.0 scoreless innings in his second start and picked up lone win with Lynchburg on 8/8 at Myrtle Beach...Won Carolina League Pitcher-of-the-Week honors on 8/10...Suffered loss in third start on 8/18 at Salem (5.0ip/4er)...Tossed a four-hit, 6.0-inning shutout in Lynchburg’s Game Two win over Wilmington in the first round of the Carolina League playoffs...Also received a no-decision (6.1ip/2er) in Game Two of Mills Cup Championship Series. 2008: Spent entire season with short-season State College, where he held left-handed hitters to a .196 (10-for-51) batting average...Lost his first three starts...Picked up first victory in sixth start on 7/16 vs. Tri-City...Tossed 3.2 innings of relief on 7/21 at Jamestown...Lost three straight decisions from 7/26 thru 8/16...Suffered loss while making second relief appearance (3.0ip/4er) on 7/31 at Batavia...Went 2-1 with a 2.11 ERA (21.1ip/5er) in five starts during the month of August...Won back-to-back starts and did not allow a run on 8/24 (5.0ip) and 8/29 (5.2ip)...Pitched 5.0 hitless frames for the win on 8/24 at Mahoning Valley. 2007: Began professional career with the Gulf Coast League Pirates after being selected by Pittsburgh in the 28th round of the First-Year Player Draft...Suffered loss in debut on 7/30 at GCL Twins and went on to lose all four of his starts...Pitched 4.0 scoreless innings and picked up first career win in relief on 8/22 at GCL Red Sox...Finished season pitching 2.0 scoreless innings on 8/27. MISC: Was ranked by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s seventh-best prospect prior to 2011 season and the ninth-best prospect and prior to 2010...Also rated as having the “Best Control” in the system entering 2010 & 2011...Has limited left-handed hitters to a .218 (78-for-358) batting average and four home runs in his minor league career...Has made 57 straight starts since making last relief appearance on 7/31/08...Has gone 1-1 with a 4.26 ERA (12.2ip/6er) in his four professional relief outings. PERSONAL: Rudy C. Owens...Is a 2006 graduate of Mesa (AZ) High School, where he posted a 0.86 ERA and 86 strikeouts in 55.0 innings during his senior season...Whiffed 215 batters over 155 innings during his high school career, garnering the Southeast Valley’s Best Pitcher award...Went 7-0 with a 1.08 ERA and 58 K’s in 50 innings while pitching one year at Chandler-Gilbert Community College in Arizona and was named First-Team All-ACCAC (Arizona Community College Athletic Conference)...Signed by Pirates scout Ted Williams.

LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB
2007 GCL Pirates 2008 State College 2009 West Virginia Lynchburg 2010 Altoona Minor League Totals

W-L

ERA

G GS CG SHO SV
4 13 19 6 26 68 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

IP

H

R

ER HR HP BB SO WP BK
1 0 2 2 8 9 3 1 11 5 25 17 8 13 15 2 23 61 17 3 45 4 91 3 22 1 132 3 307 14 0 0 0 0 1 1

1-4 5.32 6 3-6 4.97 15 10-1 1.70 19 1-1 3.86 6 12-6 *2.46 26 27-18 2.92 72

0 22.0 20 13 13 0 58.0 63 37 32 0 100.2 71 22 19 0 23.1 29 10 10 0 150.0 124 46 41 0 354.0 307 128 115

GENERAL

(*)Led League Selected by Pittsburgh in 2006 First-Year Player Draft (28th round).
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ToNY SANcHEz
AGE: 22 (turns 23 on May 20) BORN: 5/20/88 in Miami, FL RESIDES: Miami, FL

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HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-0/213 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: None

cATcHER

OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 1st round selection (4th pick overall) in 2009 FirstYear Player Draft

AWARDS & HONORS:

2011 PIRATES

2010 Florida State League All-Star (mid-season). Selected to 2010 MLB Futures Games (did not play, due to injury).

2010 REVIEW

2010 SEASON: Season was limited to just 59 games due to injury...Was named to Florida State League mid-season All-Star team and selected to play in MLB Futures Game, but did not particpate...Spent entire season with Bradenton, where he made 40 appearances at catcher and went 20-for-60 (.333) in 17 games as the designated hitter...Batted .348 (23-for-66) with three homers and 18 RBI in 19 games during the month of April...Homered in back-to-back games on 4/16-17...Went 13-for-23 (.565) in a sixgame span from 5/25-30, raising average from .290 to .327...Tallied his stolen bases on 6/16 at St. Lucie and 6/21 vs. St. Lucie...Homered for last time and was hit twice by pitches on 6/21...Suffered a broken jaw after taking a pitch to the face on 6/22 vs. St. Lucie and missed remainder of the season...Had surgery to repair two small fractures to the left side of his jaw on 6/24...Returned to action in the Arizona Fall League, where he hit .206 (14-for-68) with four homers and nine RBI in 18 games with Mesa...Homered twice and knocked in four runs on 11/11 at Surprise...Hit .316 against lefthanders and .163 against righthanders...Was selected to play in the Arizona Fall Leagues Rising Stars Game. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT

MISC: Was ranked by Baseball America as Pittsburgh’s 3rd-best prospect prior to 2010 season and as the 2nd-best prospect prior to 2011...Also rated by same publication as being the “Best Hitter for Average” and the “Best Defensive Catcher” in the system prior to 2011...Was rated by Baseball America, Baseball Prospectus and ESPN as the top college catcher available in the 2009 draft, as well as being the best overall defensive catcher and having the best throwing arm of any college catcher...Hit a combined .309 (55-for-178) while playing at three different levels in 2009 during first professional season...Made professional debut with SingleA State College just eight days after signing on 6/12/09...Singled and knocked in a run in his professional debut on 6/20/09 at Williamsport...Hit safely in three of his four games with State College before being promoted to Single-A West Virginia on 6/25/09...Hit first professional home run while also knocking in five runs on 7/10/09 vs. Delmarva...Swiped first pro base on 8/9/09 at Hickory...Took home South Atlantic League Batter-of-the-Week honors in 2009 for the week of 8/10-16 after homering twice and knocking in 10 runs in four games...Recorded lone professional triple on 8/28/09 at Bowling Green...Was promoted to High-A Lynchburg for final three games of the 2009 regular season and the playoffs...Doubled, homered and knocked in three runs in eight games for the Carolina League Champion Hillcats in the postseason. PERSONAL: Jorge Anthony Sanchez...Is a 2006 graduate of Killian High School in Miami, Florida, where he graduated with a 4.0 grade point average and was a three-time All-Dade County selection...Served as the team captain in 2005 and 2006 and led the team in every offensive category as a senior...Played three years at Boston College and finished collegiate career ranked fifth in school history in home runs (24) and RBI (124), sixth in hits (202) and eighth in runs scored (125)...Batted .317 in 161 career games at BC...Led the Eagles in batting average (.346), slugging percentage (.614), on-base percentage (.443), home runs (tied with 14) and runs scored (63) during final year as a junior in 2009...Also established a single-season school record with 63 runs scored...Was one of three finalists for the 2009 Coleman Company-Johnny Bench Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s top collegiate catcher...Was also tabbed as one of 30 semifinalists for the Golden Spikes Award, presented annually to the nation’s premier amateur baseball player...Played in the Cape Cod League in 2008 for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox and led the team with a .326 batting average in 34 games...Was also named as the starting catcher in the Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star Game and was a member of the All-League team...Signed by Pirates scout Chris Kline.

HISTORY

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS E

AFFILIATES

2009 State College West Virginia Lynchburg 2010 Bradenton Minor League Totals

.308 4 .316 41 .200 3 .314 59 .312 107

13 155 10 207 385

2 4 29 49 2 2 31 65 64 120

1 15 2 17 35

0 0 1 7 0 0 0 4 1 11

1 46 1 35 83

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 4 8 0 2 4 11 8 21

1 21 1 28 51

2 34 4 41 81

0 1 0 2 3

0 0 0 1 1

1 9 1 8 19

Selected by Pittsburgh in 2009 First-Year Player Draft (1st round- 4th pick overall).

GENERAL

DID YOU KNOW...
That Steve Blass led the National League with five shutouts in 1971. Blass went on to post a 15-8 record and 12 complete games in 33 starts for the Pirates that season. He was also on the mound for the final out of the 1971 World Series, tossing a complete game in Pittsburgh’s 2-1 victory over the Baltimore Orioles in Game 7 of the Fall Classic.
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lEfT-HANdEd PITcHER
AGE: 27 BORN: 1/18/84 in Toledo, OH RESIDES: Dalton, OH

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HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-3/218 BATS/THROWS: L/L M.L. SERVICE: 85 days

2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | justin thomas

JUSTIN THoMAS
OBTAINED: Claimed off waivers from Seattle on 10/29/09

ORGANIZATION

2010 SEASON: Spent majority of season with Triple-A Indianapolis, but also had four separate stints with Pittsburgh...Picked up win in first appearance with Indy on 4/18 vs. Toledo (2.1ip/2er)...Tossed season-high 4.0 innings (no runs) and earned first save on 4/27 at Pawtucket...Made nine straight scoreless outings (14.1ip) from 4/26 thru 5/22...Went 2-0 with two saves and a 0.60 ERA (15.0ip/1er) in 12 games during the month of May...Was scored upon just twice and did not walk a batter in 15 appearances with Indianapolis from 5/21 thru 7/15 (17.1ip)...Had contract selected by Pittsburgh on 6/24 and made debut with Pirates on 6/25 at Oakland (1.0ip/2er)...Pitched career-high 3.0 innings and gave up three runs on 7/3 vs. Philadelphia; also struck out while making first Major League plate appearance on 7/3...Was scored upon in three straight games with Bucs and was optioned back to Indy on 7/12...Surrendered seven runs in six TripleA games (6.1ip) between 7/15-29...Earned fourth and final save on 7/29 at Syracuse...Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 8/1 and made four scoreless outings (3.2ip) before being optioned to Indianapolis again on 8/6...Picked up fourth Triple-A victory on 8/14 vs. Syracuse...Was recalled by Pittsburgh a third time on 8/23, made one appearance that night vs. St. Louis (2.0ip/2er) and was optioned back to Indy on 8/28...Made five more appearances at the Triple-A level (6.2ip/1er), winning his fifth game on 9/2 vs. Louisville...Was recalled a fourth and final time on 9/7...Surrendered walkoff home run to Joey Votto in Cincinnati on 9/11 and suffered lone loss with Pirates...Made two scoreless appearances (1.1ip) to end the season and posted a 3.38 ERA (8.0ip/3er) in his final nine games with Pittsburgh. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

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MISC: Began professional career with Everett (Mariners’ Rookie) after being selected by Seattle in fourth round of 2005 First-Year Player Draft...Led Seattle farmhands with 14 wins in 2006 and finished second with 162 strikeouts while splitting season between Wisconsin (Mariners’ A) and Inland Empire (Mariners’ A)...Tossed first pro shutout (four-hitter) on 8/19/06 at Rancho Cucamonga...Began 2007 season on D.L. with a strained left elbow; was activated on 5/2 and went on to rank fourth on West Tennessee (Mariners’ AA) staff in innings pitched...Split 2008 minor league season between West Tenn and Tacoma and set season highs in innings pitched (135.2) and appearances (32)...Struck out 10 batters while tossing second career shutout on 6/8/08 at Hunstville...Was on disabled list from 6/19-28 with a left hand laceration...Recorded first professional save while pitching with Tacoma on 8/24/08...Spent September of 2008 with Seattle, making Major League debut on 9/1 at Texas (1.0ip/0r/1so)...Suffered first big league loss on 9/20/08 after allowing four hits and one run in 1.2 innings of work at Oakland...Has gone 13-5 with a 3.08 ERA (175.1ip/60er) in 119 career relief appearances during his minor league career and 24-28 with a 4.63 ERA (419.2ip/216er) in 76 starts. PERSONAL: Justin Joseph Thomas...Wife’s name is Theresa...Is a 2002 graduate of Clay High School in Oregon, OH, where he played four years of varsity baseball...Also played golf and basketball in high school...Attended Youngstown (OH) State University...Helped the Penguins capture a Horizon League title in 2004, pitching the team into the final and making its first ever appearance in the College World Series...Was named 2005 Horizon League Pitcher-of-the-Year and First Team All-League in 2005 after going 7-5 with a 3.42 ERA...Ranks second in YSU history in strikeouts (250) and is the only pitcher in school history to post back-to-back seasons of at least seven wins.

LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L 2005 Everett 3-3 2006 Wisconsin 5-5 Inland Empire 9-4 2007 West Tennessee 4-9 2008 West Tennessee 7-7 Tacoma 2-1 Seattle 0-1 2009 Tacoma (1) 2-4 2010 Indianapolis 5-0 Pittsburgh 0-1 Minor League Totals 37-33 N.L. Totals 0-1 A.L. Totals 0-1 Major League Totals 0-2 ERA 3.81 31.0 4.10 5.51 4.32 3.71 6.75 4.48 2.48 6.23 4.17 6.23 6.75 6.35 G GS CG SHO SV 18 6 0 0 0 11 11 0 0 0 17 17 1 1 0 24 24 0 0 0 25 17 1 1 0 7 1 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 53 0 0 0 6 40 0 0 0 4 12 0 0 0 0 195 76 2 2 11 12 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 IP 59.0 61.0 105.1 119.1 118.2 17.0 4.0 60.1 54.1 13.0 595.0 13.0 4.0 17.0 H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 63 32 25 2 4 20 48 5 0 69 29 21 4 3 17 51 2 0 108 58 48 10 3 45 111 6 0 147 82 73 11 5 61 100 11 0 116 66 57 11 11 56 106 6 3 15 7 7 2 0 9 21 2 0 9 3 3 0 0 2 2 1 0 67 33 30 5 4 40 53 7 0 33 16 15 4 9 10 51 2 0 21 9 9 3 0 5 5 0 0 618 322 276 49 39 258 541 41 3 21 9 9 3 0 5 5 0 0 9 3 3 0 0 2 2 1 0 30 12 12 3 0 7 7 1 0

DEVELOPMENT AFFILIATES

Selected by Seattle in 4th round of 2005 First-Year Player Draft. (1)Claimed by Pittsburgh off waivers from Seattle on 10/29/09.

THOMAS HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 2 K’s, 8/23/10 vs. St. Louis. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: 3.0 IP, 7/3/10 vs. Philadelphia. MOST WALKS: 2 BB, 8/23/10 vs. St. Louis. LONGEST WINNING STREAK: No Major League wins. LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 1 game, twice (9/11/10 & 9/20/08).
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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | wyatt Toregas

WYATT ToREGAS
AGE: 28 BORN: 12/2/82 in Fairfax, VA RESIDES: Ashburn, VA

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cATcHER

HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 5-11/210 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: 66 Days

OBTAINED: Signed as a minor league free agent on 12/31/10

AWARDS & HONORS:

2011 PIRATES

2009 International League All-Star (mid-season). 2007 Eastern League All-Star (mid-season). 2006 Carolina League All-Star (mid-season).

2010 SEASON: Was a member of Cleveland’s 40-man roster in spring training, but was designated for assignment on 4/3...Began season with Double-A Akron, where he made 17 appearances behind the plate thru 5/6...Hit lone home run with the Aeros on 4/27 at Altoona...Was transferred to Mahoning Valley on 5/10...Homered twice in his first game with the Scrappers on 6/18 at Jamestown...Finished season with Columbus (Indians’ AAA), where he went deep in each of his first two games on 7/11 and 7/15...Also tallied five of his six RBI with the Clippers in his first two games...Played in final game on 8/3...Finished season on the disabled list due to a left groin strain...Hit .227 (29-for-128) with five home runs and 14 RBI in 38 minor league games. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N MISC: Was named to 2006 Carolina League mid-season All-Star team after leading the circuit in hitting for most of the first half of the season (was leading the league in hitting and was second with a .418 on-base pct. when promoted to Double-A on 6/5)...Played in the Dominican Winter League in 2006...Was limited to 86 games in 2007 due to lower back (6/9-20) and right elbow issues (7/418)...Was named to 2007 Eastern League/Double-A All-Star team...Was named Eastern League Hitter-of-the-Week on 7/14/08 after homering in three straight games and recording nine RBI with Akron during the week...Was on the D.L. in 2008 with a left elbow injury from 8/13-25...Spent majority of 2009 season with Columbus (Indians’ AAA) and was named to International League All-Star team...Did not play in the game due to missing time with a concussion from 7/8-17...Was recalled by Cleveland on 7/31/09 and made Major League debut on 8/1 vs. Detroit...Singled off Rick Porcello for first big league hit on 8/1/09...Went 2-for-3 with three RBI on 8/9 at Chicago (AL)...Made a total of 19 appearances (17 starts) behind the plate with the Indians in 2009...Appeared in last big league game on 10/4/09 at Boston and went 1-for-4 with a double. PERSONAL: Wyatt Reeder Toregas...Wife’s name is Holly...Is a 2001 graduate of South Lakes (VA) High School, where he was a four-year letterman in baseball...Was an all-state selection after batting .609 during his senior year and was the MVP of the Virginia High School All-Star Game...Also wrestled and played golf in high school...Played three seasons at Virginia Tech and was an All-Big East first team selection during his sophomore season in 2003 after hitting .319 with 10 homers and 60 RBI in 56 games...Produced a .280 average, 14 doubles, four homers and 39 RBI in 53 games as a junior.

POST-SEASON

HISTORY

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LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS E

AFFILIATES

2004 Mahoning Valley 2005 Lake County 2006 Kinston Akron 2007 Akron 2008 Buffalo Akron 2009 Columbus Cleveland 2010 Akron Mahoning Valley Columbus (1) Minor League Totals Major League Totals

.294 59 214 38 63 18 .231 104 411 57 95 22 .336 44 146 25 49 14 .258 48 163 21 42 10 .250 86 284 36 71 16 .219 50 155 15 34 8 .296 47 162 22 48 9 .284 60 208 22 59 10 .176 19 51 1 9 1 .203 17 59 3 12 3 .368 7 19 9 7 1 .200 14 50 3 10 1 .262 536 1871 251 490 112 .176 19 51 1 9 1

1 7 48 1 4 5 11 26 0 5 42 2 3 6 37 76 0 4 23 1 2 2 20 28 0 4 29 2 3 2 14 33 0 6 39 2 7 4 27 45 0 2 25 5 0 3 15 32 0 12 35 0 3 4 17 20 0 7 29 0 3 2 16 43 0 0 6 0 2 1 6 12 0 1 6 0 2 1 6 8 0 2 2 0 0 0 8 3 0 2 6 0 1 1 1 9 1 52 284 13 28 30 172 323 0 0 6 0 2 1 6 12

1 0 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0

0 1 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 7 0

4 9 3 2 7 4 0 1 0 2 0 0 32 0

DEVELOPMENT

Selected by Cleveland in 2004 First-Year Player Draft (24th round). (1)Granted free agency on 11/6/10...Signed by Pittsburgh as a minor league free agent on 12/31/10.

TOREGAS HIGHLIGHTS
MOST HR/GAME: No Major League home runs. MOST HITS/GAME: 2 hits (twice), 8/21/09 vs. Seattle & 8/9/09 at Chicago (AL). MOST RBI/GAME: 3 RBI, 8/9/09 at Chicago (AL). LONGEST HITTING STREAK: Career: 1 game, 7 times (2009).
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RIGHT-HANdEd PITcHER
AGE: 26 BORN: 3/17/85 in Santo Domingo, D.R. RESIDES: Santo Domingo, D.R.

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HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-2/200 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: 45 days

2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | cesar valdez

cESAR vAldEz

ORGANIZATION

OBTAINED: From Arizona, 12/10/10, as the player to be named, to complete Zach Duke trade from 11/24/10

AWARDS & HONORS:

2008 Arizona Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year. 2008 California League All-Star (mid-season).

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2010 SEASON: Spent majority of season with Reno (Diamondbacks’ AAA) while also seeing first action in big leagues...Made each of his first 12 appearances from the starting rotation with the Aces...Tossed 4.2 scoreless innings in season debut, but received a no-decision on 4/9 vs. Fresno...Allowed a season-high tying 10 hits in next start while also suffering the loss on 4/14 vs. Salt Lake City...Struck out eight batters in 6.0 innings of work while picking up first win on 4/19 at Sacramento...Was recalled by Arizona on 5/3...Started and won Major League debut that night at Houston; allowed one run in 5.0 innings while also striking out two batters...Was roughed up for seven runs in 4.0 innings while making second and final start on 5/8 vs. Milwaukee; also whiffed a career-high seven batters in the loss...Allowed a pair of runs in 1.2 innings while making first big league relief appearance on 5/16 at Atlanta...Allowed five runs in 0.2ip while making final appearance with Arizona on 6/10 vs. Atlanta...Was optioned back to Reno for remainder of season on 6/16...Tossed 3.0 innings in first game back with Reno on 6/19 at Fresno...Went 0-3 over a fourstart stretch before tossing 7.0 scoreless innings in win vs. Fresno on 7/25...Made first of two relief appearances on 7/30...Whiffed a season-high nine batters in 6.0 scoreless innings while beating Nashville on 8/4...Was designated for assignment on 9/13 and outrighted to the minor leagues on 9/16...Went 3-2 with a 4.17 ERA (41.0ip/19er) in 10 games (eight starts) for Tigres de Licey in the Dominican Winter League. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

MISC: Made professional debut in 2005 and pitched exclusively in relief for the only time in his career...Has made 104 of his last 107 minor league appearances as a starter...Ranked first among all Northwest League hurlers in strikeouts and innings pitched in 2006...Was named Arizona’s Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year in 2008 after finishing tied for first in wins (13) and second in ERA (3.14) and strikeouts (140) among Diamondbacks farmhands...Ranked sixth in the California League in wins (10) in 2008 while also being named to the league’s mid-season All-Star team...Entered the 2009 season ranked as Arizona’s seventh-best prospect and as having the “Best Curveball” and “Best Changeup” according to Baseball America...Has gone 0-for-4 with three strikeouts at the plate in the big leagues. PERSONAL: Cesar Miguel Valdez...Wife’s name is Heidy...Attended San Jose de Mendoza High School in Santo Domingo.

HISTORY POST-SEASON

LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK

Boca Chica Yakima South Bend Visalia Mobile 2009 Reno 2010 Reno Arizona (1) Minor League Totals Major League Totals

2005 2006 2007 2008

3-4 2.59 20 7-5 3.15 16 7-10 3.41 25 10-3 2.53 15 3-5 4.06 12 7-6 4.78 19 6-10 5.90 20 1-2 7.65 9 43-43 3.86 127 1-2 7.65 9

0 16 25 15 12 18 18 2 104 2

0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 5 0

0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0

2 31.1 25 10 9 0 *97.0 97 43 34 0 148.0 130 63 56 0 96.0 88 36 27 0 64.1 63 30 29 0 96.0 103 58 51 0 97.2 110 68 64 0 20.0 29 19 17 2 630.1 616 308 270 0 20.0 29 19 17

1 1 3 45 2 5 3 20 *81 5 11 12 32 106 12 5 3 16 80 5 2 4 23 60 0 16 4 30 60 6 12 5 49 92 14 2 1 10 13 3 52 32 173 524 44 2 1 10 13 3

0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0

DEVELOPMENT

Signed by Arizona as a non-drafted free agent on 5/2/05. (1)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Arizona, 12/10/10, as the player to be named to complete the Zach Duke trade from 11/24/10.

AFFILIATES

VALDEZ HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 7 K’s, 5/8/10 vs. Milwaukee...Reliever: 1 K, 4 times, last on 6/10/10 vs. Atlanta. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 5.0 IP, 5/3/10 at Houston...Reliever: 2.0 IP (3 times), 6/6/10 vs. Colorado, 5/29/10 at San Francisco & 5/23/10 vs. Toronto.

GENERAL

MOST WALKS: Starter: 3 BB, 5/3/10 at Houston... Reliever: 2 BB, 5/23/10 vs. Toronto. LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 1 game (5/3/10). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 2 games (5/8 to 6/2/10).
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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | donnie veal

doNNIE vEAl
AGE: 26 (turns 27 on September 18) BORN: 9/18/84 in Jackson, MS RESIDES: Gilbert, AZ

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HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-4/239 BATS/THROWS: L/L M.L. SERVICE: 1 year

lEfT-HANdEd PITcHER

OBTAINED: Selected off Chicago’s Iowa roster in Rule Five Draft on 12/11/08

AWARDS & HONORS:

2011 PIRATES

2008 Southern League All-Star (mid-season). Chicago’s co-Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year in 2006.

2010 SEASON: Made nine starts with Indianapolis (AAA) before having season-ending Tommy John surgery on 6/4 (surgery performed by Dr. James Andrews to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his left elbow)...Posted a 3.22 ERA (22.1ip/8er) in his first four starts before giving up seven runs in 5.2ip on 5/1 at Lehigh Valley...Won his last two decisions...Pitched 7.0 scoreless innings and won final game on 5/18 vs. Scranton/WB...Made final start on 5/23 vs. Gwinnett. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

MISC: Has gone 27-30 with a 3.80 ERA (523.0ip/221er) in his 108 minor league starts and 1-1 with a 4.18 ERA (23.2ip/11er) in 13 relief appearances...Had made one relief appearance (5/15/07) in three previous years (2006-08) before being used primarily in relief during the 2009 season...Was selected by Chicago Cubs in second round of 2005 First-Year Player Draft and split first professional season between Mesa and Boise, going 1-3 with a 3.18 ERA in 11 games (nine starts)...Went 11-5 with a 2.16 ERA and 174 strikeouts in 28 starts with Peoria (Cubs’ A) and Daytona (Cubs’ A) in 2006 and was named Chicago’s Co-Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year, along with Rich Hill...Was ranked by Baseball America as Chicago’s second-best prospect prior to 2007 season...Ranked fifth in the Southern League in strikeouts and tied for the most in the Cubs minor league system while spending entire ‘07 campaign with Tennessee..Was ranked by Baseball America as Chicago’s sixth-best prior to 2008 season...Was named to the Southern League mid-season All-Star team in 2008...Ranked fourth among league leaders in strikeouts, while also leading the circuit in walks and wild pitches...Participated in the Arizona Fall League in 2008 and made 10 appearances with Mesa (9.0ip/10er)...Was selected by Pittsburgh in the annual Rule Five Draft on 12/11/08...Made Major League debut on 4/7/09 at St. Louis; surrendered home run to first batter he faced (Yadier Molina) before walking three and striking out three in the inning...Was on disabled list in 2009 with a strained right groin from 5/30 to 7/10 and again with a sprained left index finger from 8/4 to 9/8...Pitched 2.0 scoreless innings and was credited with first Major League win on 9/25/09 vs. Los Angeles; also had a sac bunt in lone plate appearance on 9/25...Was used as a starting pitcher in the 2009 Arizona Fall League and went 3-1 with a 2.14 ERA in seven starts with Scottsdale (21.0ip/17h/6r/5er/7bb/22so)...Won his first three decisions and had a league-leading 0.54 ERA (16.2ip/1er) after his first five starts thru 11/6...Was named the AFL Pitcher-of-the-Week for week ending 11/1...Ranked tenth in the league in ERA, sixth in strikeouts and tied for second in victories. PERSONAL: Donald Tyrone Veal II...Wife’s name is Stephanie...Has one son; Darion (10/29/08)...Is a 2003 graduate of Buena High School in Sierra Vista, AR...Played baseball and basketball in high school...Attended the University of Arizona in the fall of 2003 and 2004 and Pima Community College in Tucson, AZ, in the spring of 2005...Is the cousin of former NBA guard Kevin Johnson.

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HISTORY

2010 REVIEW

LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L 2005 Mesa 0-1 Boise 1-2 2006 Peoria 5-3 Daytona 6-2 2007 Tennessee 8-10 2008 Tennessee (1) 5-10 2009 Pittsburgh 1-0 Indianapolis (#) 0-1 Altoona (#) 0-0 2010 Indianapolis 3-2 Minor League Totals 28-31 Major League Totals 1-0 ERA 5.06 2.48 2.69 1.67 4.97 3.52 7.16 6.43 1.35 4.35 3.82 7.16 G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB 4 3 0 0 0 10.2 8 6 6 2 1 5 7 6 0 0 0 29.0 18 11 8 2 0 15 14 14 0 0 0 73.2 45 26 22 4 2 40 14 14 0 0 0 80.2 46 18 15 3 2 42 28 27 0 0 0 130.1 126 80 72 11 6 73 29 29 0 0 0 145.1 150 89 73 19 5 *81 19 0 0 0 0 16.1 18 13 13 2 2 20 9 1 0 0 0 14.0 6 10 10 0 0 16 7 5 0 0 0 13.1 5 2 2 0 1 10 9 9 0 0 0 49.2 42 26 24 3 6 23 121 108 0 0 0 546.2 446 268 232 44 13 305 19 0 0 0 0 16.1 18 13 13 2 2 20 SO WP BK 14 2 0 34 4 3 86 9 0 88 8 1 131 7 2 123 *18 2 16 2 0 13 1 0 18 1 0 41 1 1 548 51 9 16 2 0

DEVELOPMENT AFFILIATES

(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League Selected by Chicago (NL) in 2nd round of 2005 First-Year Player Draft. (1)Selected by Pittsburgh off Chicago’s Triple-A Iowa roster in Rule Five Draft on 12/11/08.

VEAL HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 3 K’s (twice), 9/25/09 vs. Los Angeles (NL) & 4/7/09 at St. Louis. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: 2.0 IP (3 times), 9/25/09 vs. Los Angeles (NL), 5/29/09 vs. Houston & 4/19/09 vs. Atlanta. MOST WALKS: 4 BB, 4/19/09 vs. Atlanta. LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 1 game (9/25/09) LONGEST LOSING STREAK: No Major League losses.
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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | Jose veras

JoSE vERAS

ORGANIZATION

AGE: 30 BORN: 10/20/80 in Santo Domingo, D.R. RESIDES: Santo Domingo, D.R.

HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-6/235 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: 3 years, 128 days

OBTAINED: Signed as a minor league free agent 1/16/11

AWARDS & HONORS:

2003 Southern League All-Star (mid-season).

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2010 SEASON: Began his 13th professional season in baseball with Florida...Picked up first victory with Marlins in third outing on 4/10 vs. Los Angeles (NL)...Went 1-0 with a 15.43 ERA (4.2ip/8er) in four appearances before being designated for assignment on 4/14...Cleared waivers and was assigned to Triple-A New Orleans, where he was scored upon in seven of his first 15 appearances (20.1ip/15er)...Picked up his two saves with New Orleans on 5/2 at Oklahoma City and 6/20 at Memphis...Tossed 9.0 scoreless innings in his last nine games with the Zephyrs thru 6/23...Had contract selected by Florida on 6/25 and made 11 consecutive scoreless appearances with the Marlins after his return (12.2ip)...Was scored upon just once in 18 games with Florida from 6/25 thru 8/19...Posted a 1.17 ERA (15.1ip/2er) in 13 games during the month of August...Held left-handed hitters to a .155 (13-for-84) average and right-handed hitters to a .221 (19-for86) average while pitching with Florida...Stranded 25 of his 26 inherited runners, which was the second-lowest percentage (3.8%) of runners to score among Major League relief pitchers with at least 20 inherited runners. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

MISC: Began professional career in 1998 as a starting pitcher; was converted to full-time reliever following 2004 season...Began 2002 season on restricted list and did not pitch until June...Led Tampa organization with 121 strikeouts and was a Southern League mid-season All-Star in 2003...Pitched lone professional shutout while pitching with Orlando on 8/1/03...Led Pacific Coast League in games finished (47), ranked second in appearances (57) and third in saves (24) with Oklahoma City in 2005...Earned first pro save on 5/19/05...Made Major League debut with Yankees on 8/5/06 at Baltimore...Recorded first big league save on 9/18/06 - the first New York rookie to save a game since Dave Pavlas on 8/24/96...Began 2007 season on the disabled list, following right elbow surgery to remove bone chips on 3/22/07...Recorded last big league save on 9/29/07 at Baltimore...Made two appearances with New York during 2007 Division Series against Cleveland...Picked up first Major League win while pitching with Yankees on 6/13/08 at Houston...Suffered the loss in the opening game at the new Yankee Stadium on 4/16/09 vs. Cleveland...Has converted three of his seven save opportunities in the big leagues...Has never had an official at bat during a Major League game...Has a career ERA of 1.44 (25.0ip/4er) in 22 big league games during the month of June...Has held opposing hitters to a .216 (140-for-647) average during his five seasons in the Majors, which includes a .206 average (59-for-286) to left-handed batters. PERSONAL: Jose Enger Veras Romero.....Wife’s name is Gissel...Has two children; daughter Gijen (9) and son Genson (3).

HISTORY POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT

PIRATES WITH 25 OR MORE SAVES IN A SEASON (since 1969)
46 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mike Williams (RHP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2002 43 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jose Mesa (RHP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2004 34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jim Gott (RHP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1988 31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kent Tekulve (RHP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978 & 1979 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dave Giusti (RHP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1971 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rich Loiselle (RHP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1997 (club rookie record) 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Matt Capps (RHP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jose Mesa (RHP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2005 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bill Landrum (RHP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rich Gossage (RHP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dave Giusti (RHP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1970 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mike Williams (RHP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2003 Mike Gonzalez holds the club record for most saves in a season by a left-handed pitcher (24 in 2006).

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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | Jose veras

LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 CLUB W-L GCL Devil Rays 1-1 Princeton 3-5 Charleston (SC) 8-8 Bakersfield 9-8 Hudson Valley 0-0 Bakersfield 3-4 2003 Orlando 6-9 Durham 0-0 2004 Montgomery 1-0 Durham (1) 6-5 2005 Oklahoma City (2) 3-5 2006 Columbus 5-3 New York - AL 0-0 2007 GCL Yankees (#) 0-0 Tampa (#) 0-0 Scranton-WB (&) 2-0 New York - AL 0-0 2008 Scranton-WB 0-0 New York - AL 5-3 2009 New York - AL 3-1 Columbus (3) 0-1 Cleveland (4) 1-2 2010 Florida 3-3 New Orleans (5) 1-1 Minor League Totals 48-50 N.L. Totals 3-3 A.L. Totals 9-6 Major League Totals 12-9 ERA G GS CG SHO 6.75 5 4 0 0 7.12 14 14 0 0 4.81 20 20 1 0 4.53 27 27 0 0 0.00 2 2 0 0 5.34 11 11 0 0 3.45 27 22 1 1 8.44 3 0 0 0 6.30 3 3 0 0 5.23 30 10 0 0 3.79 57 0 0 0 2.41 50 0 0 0 4.09 12 0 0 0 0.00 2 2 0 0 0.00 2 1 0 0 4.50 12 0 0 0 5.79 9 0 0 0 1.38 13 0 0 0 3.59 60 0 0 0 5.96 25 0 0 0 1.29 7 0 0 0 4.38 22 0 0 0 3.75 48 0 0 0 4.60 24 0 0 0 4.46 309 116 2 1 3.75 48 0 0 0 4.42 128 0 0 0 4.24 176 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 21 1 0 0 4 2 9 0 0 0 0 0 2 60 0 3 3 IP 16.0 60.2 106.2 153.0 7.0 59.0 130.1 5.1 10.0 84.1 61.2 59.2 11.0 2.0 3.0 16.0 9.1 13.0 57.2 25.2 7.0 24.2 48.0 29.1 824.0 48.0 128.1 176.1 H R ER HR HP BB SO 19 14 12 1 1 12 19 74 57 48 5 7 50 48 125 74 57 7 11 41 102 163 104 77 13 20 55 138 2 0 0 0 0 5 7 77 44 35 10 3 30 57 108 59 50 11 6 53 118 9 5 5 2 1 1 3 10 7 7 2 0 7 6 101 55 49 9 7 33 63 63 27 26 4 2 33 72 49 17 16 3 1 19 68 8 5 5 2 0 5 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 17 8 8 1 3 7 17 6 6 6 0 0 7 7 8 3 2 1 2 4 21 52 23 23 7 3 29 63 23 17 17 5 4 14 18 3 1 1 1 0 2 9 19 16 12 3 2 14 22 32 20 20 5 1 29 54 34 15 15 2 0 15 37 864 490 408 72 64 369 791 32 20 20 5 1 29 54 108 67 63 17 9 69 116 140 87 83 22 10 98 170 WP BK 1 0 10 1 11 1 14 2 0 0 2 2 8 1 1 0 1 0 5 1 5 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 4 0 65 10 2 1 6 1 8 2

HISTORY DEVELOPMENT POST-SEASON

2010 REVIEW

2011 PIRATES

(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (&)Statistics include time spent on Injury Rehab Assignment Signed by Tampa Bay as a non-drafted free agent on 1/19/98. (1)Granted free agency on 11/15/04...Signed by Texas as a minor league free agent on 11/19/04. (2)Granted free agency on 10/15/05...Signed by New York (AL) as a free agent on 12/16/05. (3)Acquired by Cleveland from New York (AL), 6/24/09, in deal for cash on 6/24/09. (4)Granted free agency on 12/12/09...Signed by Florida as a minor league free agent on 1/27/10. (5)Granted free agency on 12/2/10...Signed by Pittsburgh as a minor league free agent on 1/16/11.

DIVISION SERIES STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L 2007 NYY vs. Cle. 0-0 Division Series Totals 0-0 ERA 0.00 0.00 G GS CG SHO SV 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 IP 0.2 0.2 H 1 1 R 0 0 ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

AFFILIATES

VERAS HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 4 K’s, 4/22/09 vs. Oakland. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: 3.1 IP, 4/22/09 vs. Oakland. MOST WALKS: 2 BB (22 times), last on 9/27/10 at Atlanta. LONGEST WINNING STREAK:4 games (4/22 to 7/31/09). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 2 games, twice (8/22 to 9/7/10 & 8/1 to 9/11/09).
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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | Justin Wilson

lEfT-HANdEd PITcHER
AGE: 23 (turns 24 on August 18) BORN: 8/18/87 in Anaheim, CA RESIDES: Clovis, CA

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HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-2/221 BATS/THROWS: L/L M.L. SERVICE: None

JUSTIN WIlSoN
OBTAINED: Pittsburgh’s 5th round selection in 2008 First-Year Player Draft

ORGANIZATION

AWARDS & HONORS:

2010 Eastern League League post-season MVP.

2011 PIRATES
2010 REVIEW

2010 SEASON: Spent entire season with Eastern League Champion Altoona...Ranked second in the league in strikeouts and fourth in ERA...Finished with the second-highest strikeout total in Curve history behind Ian Snell’s 142 in 2004...Recorded a victory while making first Double-A start on 4/12 vs. Richmond...Lost his next four decisions thru 5/18...Won four straight starts from 5/23 thru 6/8, allowing just three earned runs in 22.2 innings of work (1.59 ERA)...Whiffed 10 batters and tossed 6.0 scoreless frames in victory on 5/23 at Erie...Won six straight decisions from 5/23 thru 7/5...Made his first professional relief appearance on 7/5 vs. Binghamton; tossed 5.0 scoreless innings following the start of rehabbing Zach Duke...Lost back-to-back starts on 7/18 and 7/23 prior to winning back-to-back assignments on 7/28 and 8/3...Struck out season-high 11 batters while pitching season-high 8.0 innings on 8/14 vs. New Hampshire...Was named Eastern League Pitcher-of-the-Week on 8/16...Lost back-to-back starts on 8/25 and 8/30 before winning his last regular season start on 9/4 vs. Reading...Started Game Three in each of the two rounds of the playoffs and went 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA and 10 strikeouts...Was named Eastern League Playoff MVP. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

2009: Spent first full pro season pitching with Carolina League Champion Lynchburg...Led staff in starts and strikeouts...Tied for fourth in the league in walks and tied for third in home runs allowed...Picked up a win while making professional debut on 4/10 vs. Potomac...Won his first two decisions before losing three in a row from 4/26 thru 5/13...Pitched 5.0 scoreless frames while winning third game on 5/29 vs. Potomac...Lost his next three decisions thru 7/9...Allowed just three runs and posted a 0.81 ERA in a sixstart stretch from 7/19 thru 8/16...Whiffed career-high 11 batters and didn’t walk a batter while tossing 7.0 scoreless frames on 8/16 vs. Myrtle Beach...Posted a 2.20 ERA (57.1ip/14er) in his final 11 regular season starts...Went 1-1 with a 1.69 ERA in two starts during the post season; started Game One in each series. MISC: Has ended each of his last three seasons of baseball with a championship; with Altoona in 2010, Lynchburg in 2009 and Fresno State in 2008...Picked up a win while making lone professional relief appearance (5.0ip/0r) on 7/5/10 vs. Binghamton. PERSONAL: Justin J. Wilson...Is a 2005 graduate of Buchanan High School in Clovis, CA, where he was a three-year letterwinner as a pitcher and first baseman...Hit .350 and tallied 131 strikeouts on the mound while helping team to a 64-18 record in three years...Was named to the California All-Star team and was the 2005 Valley Player-of-the-Year...Attended Fresno State and was the winning pitcher (8.0ip/1r/9so) in the deciding game of the 2008 College World Series against Georgia...Went 7-4 with a 4.17 ERA (99.1ip/46er) and 83 strikeouts in 19 appearances (15 starts) with the Bulldogs as a junior in 2008...Was a First-Team All-WAC selection as a sophomore after going 8-5 with a 3.19 ERA and a team-best 105 strikeouts in 25 appearances (19 starts)...Was a teammate of Tanner Scheppers while pitching with Fresno State (Scheppers was selected by Pittsburgh in second round of 2008 draft, but did not sign)...Signed by Pirates scout Sean Campbell.

HISTORY POST-SEASON

LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK

DEVELOPMENT

2009 Lynchburg 2010 Altoona Minor League Totals

6-8 11-8 17-16

4.50 26 26 3.09 27 26 3.72 53 52

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 116.0 118 64 58 14 7 55 94 6 0 142.2 109 59 49 4 7 71 134 6 0 258.2 227 123 107 18 14 126 228 12

0 1 1

Selected by Los Angeles (NL) in 2005 First-Year Player Draft (37th round), but did not sign. Selected by Pittsburgh in 2006 First-Year Player Draft (28th round).

SCORING 20 OR MORE RUNS IN A GAME (15 times)
AFFILIATES
The Pirates have scored at least 20 runs in a game 15 times in their 124-year history, but have not done so since a 22-0 win at Wrigley Field on September 16, 1975. The Bucs hold the National League record of scoring a total of 45 runs in back-to-back games, winning 21-5 on June 20, 1925 and 24-6 on June 22, 1925. Here’s a list of each 20+ run game.
23-3 ................August 9, 1887 vs. Boston 20-12 ............April 23, 1890 vs. Cleveland 25-2 ................August 1, 1893 at St. Louis 27-11 ....................June 6, 1894 at Boston 22-1 ....September 3, 1894 vs. Washington 23-6 ............July 18, 1895 vs. Philadelphia 20-4....................May 14, 1896 vs. Boston 21-2 ......April 27, 1898 at St. Louis (GM 2) 20-5..............August 22, 1907 at New York 23-4 ..............April 27, 1912 vs. Cincinnati
bold denotes back-to-back games
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21-5........June 20, 1925 vs. Brooklyn 24-6..........June 22, 1925 at St. Louis 20-5 ......May 15, 1935 at Philadelphia 20-10 ..........August 1, 1970 at Atlanta 22-0 ..September 16, 1975 at Chicago

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ORGANIZATION

2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | corey Wimberly

coREY WIMBERl Y
AGE: 27 BORN: 10/26/83 in Jacksonville, FL RESIDES: Jacksonville, FL

76

oUTfIEldER/INfIEldER
OBTAINED: From Oakland, 12/23/10, in deal for pitcher Ryan Kelly

HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 5-8/170 BATS/THROWS: S/R M.L. SERVICE: None

AWARDS & HONORS:

2011 PIRATES

2008 Texas League All-Star (mid-season). 2005 Pioneer League All-Star (post-season).

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2010 SEASON: Spent entire season with Sacramento (Athletics’ AAA)...Led Pacific Coast League in stolen bases and tied for fifth in all of minor league baseball during first season at Triple-A level...Became the first player in Sacramento history to steal 50 bases in a single season...Established minor league career high in runs scored, which ranked second in the Pacific Coast League...Made 50 appearances (39 starts) in left field, 39 appearances (35 starts) in center field, 31 appearances (29 starts) at shortstop, 17 appearances (16 starts) at third base and 11 appearances (10 starts) at second base...Hit .370 (40-for-108) with runners in scoring position, .311 (61-for-196) with runners on base and .526 (10-for-19) with the bases loaded...Had 127 of his 151 hits fall for singles...Homered on 5/6 vs. Salt Lake City; his first bomb since 7/31/07 while playing with Tulsa...Swiped six bags over a four-game stretch from 5/14-17...Hit safely in 14 consecutive games from 6/16 to 7/3 (15-for-49, .306)...Had a seasonhigh four hits while also knocking in four runs on 7/27 vs. Colorado Springs...Homered for third and final time on 8/11 at Round Rock...Fell a home run shy of hitting for the cycle while also recording a season-high five RBI on 9/4 at Colorado Springs...Played winter ball in Mexico and hit .266 (25-for-94) with five doubles, one home run, six RBI and 18 runs scored in 24 games with Culiacan. N CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

POST-SEASON

MISC: Ranks third among all minor league players with 259 stolen bases since the begining of the 2005 season behind Eric Young (299) and Darren Ford (288)...Has swiped at least 50 bags in a season three times in his career...Has made 253 appearances at second base, 105 at shortstop, 83 at third base, 61 in center field and 58 in left field during his professional career...Won the Northwest League batting title and was named to the league’s post-season All-Star team during first professional season in 2005; also led the league in hits while ranking second in stolen bases, on-base percentage (.427) and runs scored...Was named the “Fastest Baserunner” in the Rockies system by Baseball America entering the 2005 season...Recorded five stolen bases on 7/23/06 against Bakersfield while playing for Single-A Modesto...Finished second among Rockies farmhands in batting average and stolen bases in 2006 while being tabbed as the “Fastest Baserunner” by Baseball America in Colorado’s minor leauge system...Led the Texas League in stolen bases in 2007...Led the Texas League and ranked seventh in all of minor league baseball in stolen bases in 2008. PERSONAL: Corey L. Wimberly...Is a 2002 graduate of Jean Ribault High School in Jacksonville, FL, where he played baseball and was a a running back on the football team...Was named the Southwestern Athletic Conference Player-of-the-Year in 2005 after posting a league-leading .462 average for Alcorn State...Was named the SWAC Newcomer-of-the-Year after finishing second in the league with a .420 average in 2004.

HISTORY

LIFETIME BATTING STATISTICS
CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF Casper *.381 67 281 58 *107 10 0 1 22 2 2 Modesto .325 87 342 72 111 6 4 2 24 8 2 Tulsa .268 92 365 63 98 15 1 4 33 4 4 Tulsa (1) .291 108 388 65 113 17 2 0 26 9 2 Arizona A’s (#) .000 4 11 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Midland .296 70 297 56 88 10 3 0 28 3 3 2010 Sacramento (2) .284 135 531 97 151 14 7 3 57 14 2 Minor League Totals .302 563 2215 412 668 72 17 10 191 40 15
(#)Injury Rehab Assignment (*)Led League Selected by Colorado in 2005 First-Year Player Draft (6th round). (1)Acquired by Oakland from Colorado, 1/4/09, in deal for outfielder Matt Murton. (2)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Oakland, 12/23/10, in deal for pitcher Ryan Kelly.

AFFILIATES

DEVELOPMENT

YEAR 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

HP BB SO SB CS E 6 18 27 36 13 22 17 30 42 50 16 14 12 19 52 *36 t9 17 9 41 45 *59 16 23 0 1 1 1 0 1 9 24 31 21 8 13 18 58 64 *56 *18 17 71 191 262 259 80 107

PIRATES ALL-TIME PINCH HIT HOME RUN LEADERS
Craig Wilson ..............................................11 Willie Stargell ..............................................8 John Milner ..................................................6 Dick Stuart ..................................................6
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Dave Clark....................................................5 Mike Easler ..................................................5 Jerry Lynch ..................................................5 Lloyd McClendon ..........................................5 Mark Johnson ..............................................5

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RIGHT-HANdEd PITcHER
AGE: 33 (turns 34 on August 7) BORN: 8/7/77 in Lihue, HI RESIDES: Koloa, HI

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2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | Tyler Yates

TYlER YATES

ORGANIZATION

HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-4/254 BATS/THROWS: R/R M.L. SERVICE: 5 years, 50 days

OBTAINED: From Atlanta, 3/26/08, in deal for minor league pitcher Todd Redmond

2010 SEASON: Missed entire season, recovering from surgery on right elbow (7/14/09).

2011 PIRATES

N

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS N

MISC: Began professional career with Arizona League Athletics in 1999 after being selected by Oakland in June draft...Ranked fourth in the Texas League in saves, third in games and fourth in games finished (35) while pitching with Midland (Athletics’ AA) in 2001...Began 2003 season on the disabled list recovering from UCL reconstructive surgery performed on right elbow on 6/19/02...Was also on the disabled list in August 2002 with a broken pinky finger...Started and tossed 6.0 scoreless innings while making Major League debut with New York Mets on 4/9/04 against Montreal at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in Puerto Rico, but received a nodecision...Limited Montreal to one run in 5.2 innings of work and picked up first career victory on 4/19/04; also singled off Tomo Ohka in same contest for first career hit...Allowed four runs in 1.0 inning of work while making first Major League relief appearance on 6/16/04 vs. Cleveland...Missed entire 2005 season after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on 2/3/05 to repair a torn right rotator cuff (surgery performed by Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, Alabama)...Attended 2006 spring training with Baltimore after signing with the Orioles as a minor league free agent on 2/3 that year...Began ‘06 season on the disabled list with Triple-A Ottawa due to a left hamstring strain...Was reinstated from the D.L. and released by Baltimore on 4/28/06...Signed with Atlanta as a minor league free agent on 5/3/06...Earned first Major League save in Atlanta’s 15-12, 11-inning victory on 7/14/06 at San Diego...Was acquired by Pittsburgh from Atlanta on 3/26/08 in exchange for minor league pitcher Todd Redmond...Established career highs in victories and innings pitched while spending entire 2008 season with the Pirates...Earned last big league save (fourth career) on 7/29/08 vs. Colorado...Has gone 1-4 with a 6.34 ERA (32.2ip/23er) in seven Major League starts, making last start on 5/22/05 vs. Colorado...Has gone 1-for-12 as a batter in the big leagues. PERSONAL: Tyler Kali Yates...Wife’s name is Liezel...Has one daughter; Kamryn (7/31/08)...Is a 1995 graduate of Kauai High School, where he played baseball and football...Was the Kauai Interscholastic Baseball Player-of-the-Year during his senior year...Was also honorable mention All-State performer in football as an offensive and defensive lineman...Played in the Baseball Area Code Games in 1994 as one of the top junior high school players in the country (the tournament took place at Long Beach State in California)...His younger brother, Spencer, played two years at the University of Hawaii as a catcher/first baseman.

2010 REVIEW HISTORY POST-SEASON

PIRATE GAMES OF 18 INNINGS OR MORE
22 innings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .August 22, 1917 at Brooklyn, L, 5-6 21 innings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 17, 1914 vs. New York Giants, L, 1-3 August 1, 1918 at Boston, W, 2-0 20 innings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 6, 1980 vs. Chicago, W, 5-4 19 innings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 22, 1902 at Chicago, L, 2-3 July 31, 1912 at Boston, W, 7-6 July 19, 1955 vs. Milwaukee, W, 4-3 August 25, 1979 at San Diego, W, 4-3 18 innings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 28, 1916 (game 2) at Chicago, W, 3-2 July 7, 1922 vs. New York Giants, L, 8-9 June 9, 1949 at Philadelphia, L, 3-4 June 7, 1972 (game 2) at San Diego, W, 1-0 August 10, 1977 vs. Chicago, W, 2-1 July 13, 1984 (game 2) vs. San Francisco, W, 4-3 April 28, 1985 at New York Mets, L, 4-5 August 6, 1989 vs. Chicago, W, 5-4 May 27, 2006 vs. Houston, W, 8-7
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ORGANIZATION

2011 PITTSBURGH PIRATES | Non-Roster Players | Tyler Yates

LIFETIME PITCHING STATISTICS
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK

1998 Arizona Athletics 0-0 South Oregon 0-0 1999 Visalia 2-5 2000 Modesto 4-2 Midland 1-1 2001 Midland 4-6 Sacramento (1) 1-0 2002 Norfolk 2-2 2003 St. Lucie (#) 1-2 Binghamton (#) 1-2 Norfolk 1-2 2004 New York - NL 2-4 Norfolk 6-2 2005 (2)(3) 2006 Richmond 0-0 Atlanta 2-5 2007 Atlanta (4) 2-3 2008 Pittsburgh 6-3 2009 Pittsburgh 0-2 2010 Minor League Totals 23-24 Major League Totals 12-17

3.91 0.00 5.47 2.86 6.15 4.31 0.00 1.32 4.31 4.35 4.05 6.36 3.18 2.16 3.96 5.18 4.66 7.50

15 0 2 0 47 1 30 0 22 0 56 0 4 0 24 0 14 11 8 8 4 4 21 7 30 1 7 56 75 72 15 0 0 0 0 0

3.98 263 25 5.12 239 7

0 0 2 23.0 28 12 10 0 1 14 0 0 1 2.1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 82.1 98 64 50 12 4 35 0 0 1 56.2 50 23 18 2 1 23 0 0 0 26.1 28 20 18 2 0 15 0 0 17 62.2 66 39 30 4 1 27 0 0 1 5.1 3 0 0 0 1 27 0 0 6 34.0 29 10 5 1 0 13 0 0 0 48.0 41 28 23 5 2 24 0 0 0 39.1 33 21 19 4 1 17 0 0 0 20.0 22 9 9 1 1 9 0 0 0 46.2 61 36 33 6 3 25 0 0 4 39.2 28 18 14 2 3 22 INJURED - DID NOT PLAY 0 0 0 8.1 6 2 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 50.0 42 23 22 6 0 31 0 0 2 66.0 64 44 38 6 3 31 0 0 1 73.1 72 39 38 6 2 41 0 0 0 12.0 14 12 10 2 1 7 INJURED - DID NOT PLAY 0 0 36 448.0 434 246 198 33 15 203 0 0 4 248.0 253 154 141 26 9 135

20 1 1 0 74 12 61 8 24 2 61 7 61 7 34 0 49 2 36 2 15 1 35 1 43 3 10 46 69 63 9 0 1 2 5 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1

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2011 PIRATES

431 38 222 9

(#)Injury Rehab Assignment Selected by Oakland in 1998 First-Year Player Draft (23rd round). (1)Acquired by New York (NL) from Oakland, 12/14/01, along with pitcher Mark Guthrie, in deal for outfielder David Justice. (2)Granted free agency on 12/21/05...Signed by Baltimore as a minor league free agent on 2/3/06. (3)Released by Baltimore on 4/28/06...Signed by Atlanta as a minor league free agent on 5/3/06. (4)Acquired by Pittsburgh from Atlanta, 3/26/08, in deal for minor league pitcher Todd Redmond.

HISTORY

POST-SEASON

YATES HIGHLIGHTS
MOST STRIKEOUTS: Starter: 5 K’s, 5/8/04 vs. Milwaukee...Reliever: 4 K’s (twice) 7/7/08 vs. Houston & 7/30/06 vs. New York (NL). MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Starter: 6.0 IP, 4/9/04 at Montreal (in San Juan, Puerto Rico)...Reliever: 2.0 IP (12 times), last on 7/25/08 vs. San Diego. MOST WALKS: Starter: 5 BB, 4/30/04 at San Diego...Reliever: 4 BB, 4/19/08 at Chicago (NL). LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 3 games (4/3 to 6/20/08). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 3 games (7/7 to 7/28/07).

DEVELOPMENT

PIRATES WHO HOMERED FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE PLATE IN THE SAME GAME
Player Date/Opponent Site

Bobby Bonilla

July 3, 1987 vs. Los Angeles

Three Rivers Stadium

AFFILIATES

batting right-handed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .off Fernando Valenzuela (3rd inning) batting left-handed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .off Ken Howell (7th inning)
Player Date/Opponent Site

Bobby Bonilla

April 6, 1988 at Philadelphia

Veterans Stadium

batting left-handed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .off Kevin Gross (3rd inning) batting right-handed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .off Jeff Calhoun (8th inning)
Player Date/Opponent Site

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Dale Sveum

August 18, 1999 at Cincinnati

Riverfront Stadium

batting left-handed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .off Brett Tomko (5th inning) batting right-handed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .off Gabe White (6th inning)
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# Pitchers (23)
62 Aguero, Ramon

ORGANIZATION

B-T HT WT Born

2010 Club

W-L

ERA

G
8 17 1 1 28 4 24 2 72 5 5 26 21 17 2 6 17 11 17 10 32 28 13 12 2 4 11 26 2 70 8 19 17 14 37 19 21 1 1 17 2 1 1 15 1 2 22 26 1 34

GS
0 0 1 1 26 4 24 0 0 4 1 19 0 0 0 0 17 9 17 10 32 9 13 12 2 1 11 21 0 0 8 16 17 14 0 0 21 1 1 15 2 1 1 15 0 2 0 26 1 9

CG
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

SV
1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 21 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

IP
10.2 18.2 1.0 2.0 145.0 25.1 131.1 2.0 69.2 17.1 16.0 122.2 22.0 18.0 2.2 4.2 94.0 52.2 86.1 57.2 185.1 67.2 79.0 63.1 5.2 7.2 64.0 117.2 4.0 80.0 44.2 89.0 79.2 80.0 41.1 17.1 108.1 4.0 6.1 81.0 5.0 4.0 5.0 82.0 2.0 4.1 19.0 136.2 5.0 111.1

H
10 27 0 2 152 14 160 0 58 18 21 146 26 24 2 4 83 66 82 57 228 83 71 64 3 11 59 96 2 53 37 87 112 83 26 26 106 3 8 93 3 2 6 53 5 5 10 164 5 82

R
2 18 0 0 89 5 76 0 28 14 14 72 17 15 1 3 47 42 42 24 119 48 35 31 3 7 25 58 0 25 8 45 79 46 10 20 54 0 4 54 1 1 4 20 5 2 4 96 1 33

ER
2 18 0 0 87 5 72 0 28 13 13 67 17 14 1 3 43 39 34 23 105 46 35 31 1 7 25 47 0 19 3 42 67 34 7 20 49 0 4 50 1 1 3 19 5 2 4 88 1 33

BB
3 14 1 0 64 3 37 0 26 11 2 27 7 11 1 3 24 15 14 12 62 28 19 24 3 5 24 31 0 31 7 31 26 30 16 20 44 1 1 27 1 0 0 32 3 1 10 53 3 24

SO Service
8 17 3 4 115 16 89 3 100 19 12 72 20 18 0 4 84 25 83 56 102 38 39 57 8 7 61 124 7 70 40 84 59 53 43 18 79 6 4 53 3 4 4 91 2 2 24 95 4 105 0.000 2.005 6.027 0.000 3.065 1.033 3.132 0.134

R-R 6-4 205 12-21-84 Bradenton Altoona 45 Ascanio, Jose R-R 5-11 195 5-2-85 GCL Pirates (#) Bradenton (#) 29 Correia, Kevin R-R 6-3 200 8-24-80 SAN DIEGO 60 Crotta, Mike R-R 6-6 235 9-25-84 Altoona Indianapolis 52 Hanrahan, Joel R-R 6-4 245 10-6-81 Bradenton (#) PITTSBURGH 25 Hart, Kevin R-R 6-4 229 12-29-82 Indianapolis 27 Karstens, Jeff R-R 6-3 185 9-24-82 Indianapolis PITTSBURGH 63 Leroux, Chris L-R 6-6 225 4-14-84 New Orleans FLORIDA Jupiter (#) PITTSBURGH 32 Lincoln, Brad L-R 6-0 208 5-25-85 Indianapolis PITTSBURGH 61 Locke, Jeff L-L 6-1 214 11-20-87 Bradenton Altoona 28 Maholm, Paul L-L 6-2 220 6-25-82 PITTSBURGH 34 McCutchen, Daniel R-R 6-2 208 9-26-82 PITTSBURGH Indianapolis 53 McDonald, James R-R 6-4 200 10-19-84 Albuquerque Ariz. Dodgers (#) LOS ANGELES (NL) PITTSBURGH 67 McPherson, Kyle S-R 6-4 220 11-11-87 West Virginia Bradenton 47 Meek, Evan R-R 6-0 220 5-12-83 PITTSBURGH 64 Morris, Bryan R-R 6-3 220 3-28-87 Bradenton Altoona 50 Morton, Charlie R-R 6-5 230 11-12-83 PITTSBURGH Indianapolis (&) 57 Moskos, Daniel R-L 6-1 210 4-28-86 Altoona Indianapolis 49 Ohlendorf, Ross R-R 6-4 240 8-8-82 PITTSBURGH Altoona (#) 26 Olsen, Scott L-L 6-4 210 1-12-84 Syracuse WASHINGTON GCL Nationals (#) Hagerstown (#) Potomac (#) 30 Resop, Chris R-R 6-3 225 11-4-82 Gwinnett (&) ATLANTA Mississippi (#) PITTSBURGH 69 Thompson, Aaron L-L 6-2 196 2-28-87 Harrisburg Syracuse 65 Watson, Tony L-L 6-4 220 5-30-85 Altoona

0-0 1.69 2-5 8.68 0-0 0.00 0-0 0.00 10-10 5.40 2-0 1.78 5-10 4.93 0-0 0.00 4-1 3.62 1-0 6.75 1-2 7.31 3-10 4.92 0-3 6.95 0-0 7.00 0-0 3.38 0-1 5.78 7-5 4.12 1-4 6.66 9-3 3.54 3-2 3.59 9-15 5.10 2-5 6.12 4-8 3.99 6-1 4.41 0-0 1.59 0-1 8.22 4-5 3..52 9-9 3.59 0-0 0.00 5-4 2.14 3-0 0.60 6-4 4.25 2-12 7.57 4-4 3.83 3-1 1.52 0-5 10.38 1-11 4.07 0-0 0.00 0-0 5.68 4-8 5.56 0-0 1.80 0-0 2.25 0-0 5.40 6-3 2.09 0-0 22.50 0-0 4.15 0-0 1.89 4-13 5.80 1-0 1.80 6-4 2.67

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0.075 0.000 5.037 0.129 1.080

0.000 2.037 0.000 2.010 0.000 2.139 4.101

2.038

0.000 0.000

# Catchers (3)
41 Doumit, Ryan 35 Jaramillo, Jason 19 Snyder, Chris

B-T HT WT Born
S-R 6-1 215 4-3-81 S-R 6-0 217 10-9-82 R-R 6-4 242 2-12-81

2010 Club
PITTSBURGH Indianapolis (#) PITTSBURGH Indianapolis ARIZONA PITTSBURGH

AVG
.251 .167 .149 .239 .231 .169

G
124 4 33 25 65 40

AB
406 12 87 88 195 124

R
42 2 2 3 22 12

H
102 2 13 21 45 21

2B
22 1 2 3 8 1

3B
1 0 0 0 0 0

HR
13 1 1 1 10 5

RBI
45 2 6 13 32 16

BB
41 1 8 5 36 16

SO
87 2 14 16 61 33

SB Service
1 0 0 0 0 0 5.120 1.138 6.047

# Infielders (7)
24 Alvarez, Pedro 5 Cedeno, Ronny 3 Ciriaco, Pedro 37 Overbay, Lyle 51 Pearce, Steve 7 Rodriguez, Josh 18 Walker, Neil

B-T HT WT Born
L-R 6-3 235 2-6-87 R-R 6-0 190 2-2-83 R-R 6-0 172 9-27-85 L-L 6-2 227 1-28-77 R-R 5-11 210 4-13-83 R-R 6-0 185 12-18-84 S-R 6-3 215 9-10-85

2010 Club
Indianapolis PITTSBURGH PITTSBURGH Reno Indianapolis PITTSBURGH TORONTO Indianapolis (&) PITTSBURGH Bradenton (#) Akron Columbus Indianapolis PITTSBURGH

AVG
.277 .256 .256 .259 .281 .500 .243 .326 .276 .429 .317 .293 .321 .296

G
66 95 139 87 32 8 154 35 15 2 21 86 43 110

AB
242 347 468 355 121 6 534 129 29 7 63 317 168 426

R
42 42 42 44 19 3 75 25 4 2 11 49 25 57

H
67 89 120 92 34 3 130 41 8 3 20 93 54 126

2B
15 21 29 15 9 1 37 14 2 2 7 23 18 29

3B
4 1 3 7 1 10 2 2 1 0 0 1 2 3

HR
13 16 8 6 0 1 20 3 0 0 1 12 6 12

RBI
53 64 38 51 6 0 67 15 5 2 11 46 26 66

BB
32 37 23 10 2 0 67 24 7 1 11 40 19 34

SO
68 119 106 53 21 3 131 27 6 1 10 75 31 83

SB Service
4 0 12 14 5 0 1 7 0 0 0 6 10 2 0.110 5.029 0.027 8.026 1.165 0.000 0.166

DEVELOPMENT AFFILIATES

# Outfielders (7) B-T HT WT Born
14 Bowker, John L-L 6-1 205 7-8-83

2010 Club
SAN FRANCISCO Fresno Indianapolis PITTSBURGH ATLANTA Gwinnett (#) Altoona PITTSBURGH PITTSBURGH Altoona Indianapolis PITTSBURGH Indianapolis PITTSBURGH

AVG
.207 .310 .319 .232 .250 .250 .266 .247 .286 .350 .294 .261 .308 .299

G
41 51 25 26 84 3 92 158 154 67 69 19 53 102

AB
82 197 91 69 224 12 368 592 570 246 272 23 224 405

R
9 36 10 7 27 2 45 64 94 42 44 2 42 61

H
17 61 29 16 56 3 98 146 163 86 80 6 69 121

2B
3 12 7 5 17 1 11 34 35 13 15 1 13 21

3B
0 1 2 0 2 0 4 1 5 7 6 0 2 4

HR
3 14 4 2 7 0 2 21 16 6 6 0 3 4

RBI
8 36 10 13 31 3 26 86 56 47 38 0 19 35

BB
6 23 6 8 13 0 33 53 70 19 22 1 23 28

SO
23 37 20 10 44 3 05 123 89 33 42 8 35 57

SB Service
0 1 0 3 3 0 17 7 33 5 8 1 25 19 1.133

23 Diaz, Matt

R-R 6-0 215 3-3-78 6-0 6-4 5-10 5-9 186 240 188 188 9-7-87 6-21-81 10-10-86 7-25-85

5.157 0.000 1.158 1.123 0.027

66 Hernandez, Gorkys R-R 46 Jones, Garrett L-L 22 McCutchen, Andrew R-R 44 Presley, Alex L-L 31 Tabata, Jose

GENERAL

R-R 5-11 219 8-12-88

0.117

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# Pitchers (11)
97 Beimel, Joe 71 Burres, Brian 43 Gallagher, Sean 38 Nieve, Fernando

B-T HT WT
L-L L-L R-R R-R L-L L-L R-R L-L R-R L-L R-R 6-3 220 6-2 185 6-2 220 6-0 219 6-3 225 6-3 218 6-2 200 6-4 239 6-6 235 6-2 221 6-4 254

Born
4-19-77 4-8-81 12-30-85 7-15-82 12-18-87 1-18-84 3-17-85 9-18-84 10-20-80 8-18-87 8-7-77

2010 Club
Colorado Springs COLORADO Indianapolis PITTSBURGH SAN DIEGO Portland (#) PITTSBURGH NEW YORK (NL) Buffalo Altoona Indianapolis PITTSBURGH Reno ARIZONA Indianapolis New Orleans FLORIDA Altoona

W-L ERA
0-0 1-2 5-4 4-5 0-0 0-2 2-1 2-4 2-1 12-6 5-0 0-1 6-10 1-2 3-2 1-1 3-3 11-8 0.00 3.40 4.50 4.99 5.40 4.91 6.03 6.00 5.63 2.46 2.48 6.23 5.90 7.65 4.35 4.60 3.75 3.09

G

GS CG

SV

IP

H
2 46 75 87 24 14 38 37 49 124 33 21 110 29 42 34 32 109

R
0 18 42 48 14 6 26 28 25 46 16 9 68 19 26 15 20 59

ER
0 17 41 44 14 6 23 28 25 41 15 9 64 17 24 15 20 49

BB
0 15 34 34 19 4 22 22 13 23 10 5 49 10 23 15 29 71

SO Service
2 21 61 45 21 12 22 38 31 132 51 5 92 13 41 37 54 134 8.052 2.113 2.110 2.103 0.000 0.085 0.045 1.000 3.128 0.000 5.050

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73 Owens, Rudy 65 Thomas, Justin 75 Valdez, Cesar 72 Veal, Donnie 48 Veras, Jose 74 Wilson, Justin 39 Yates, Tyler

2 0 0 0 2.2 71 0 0 0 45.0 15 14 0 0 82.0 20 13 0 0 79.1 15 0 0 0 23.1 3 3 0 0 11.0 31 0 0 0 34.1 40 1 0 0 42.0 8 8 0 0 40.0 26 26 0 0 150.0 40 0 0 4 54.1 12 0 0 0 13.0 20 18 0 0 97.2 9 2 0 0 20.0 9 9 0 0 49.2 24 0 0 2 29.1 48 0 0 0 48.0 27 26 0 0 142.2 INJURED - DID NOT PLAY

# Catchers (4)
68 Brown, Dusty

B-T HT WT
R-R 6-0 215

Born
6-19-82

2010 Club
Pawtucket GCL Red Sox (#) Lowell (#) BOSTON Bradenton GCL Pirates (#) Bradenton Akron Mahoning Valley (#) Columbus

AVG
.218 .500 .500 .250 .300 .143 .314 .203 .368 .200

G
71 1 2 7 83 3 59 17 7 14

AB
238 2 8 12 287 7 207 59 19 50

R
32 0 1 0 53 1 31 3 9 3

H
52 1 4 3 86 1 65 12 7 10

2B
19 0 1 1 16 0 17 3 1 1

3B
0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0

HR RBI
7 0 1 0 8 0 4 1 2 2 1 6 0 0 3 2 1 0 5 0 4 2 3 29 0 1 2 48 0 35 6 2 6 9 48 4 9 6 28 3 1 19 0 25 10 57

BB
27 0 0 0 37 5 28 6 8 1

SO
66 1 1 2 61 0 41 8 3 9

SB Service
1 0 0 0 10 1 2 0 0 0 0 33 0 1 0 10 0 1 0 0 1 0 56 0.046

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80 Fryer, Eric 82 Sanchez, Tony 78 Toregas, Wyatt

R-R R-R R-R

6-2 215 6-0 213 5-11 210

8-26-85 5-20-88 12-2-82

0.000 0.000 0.066

# Infielders (5)
10 Atkins, Garrett 79 d’Arnaud, Chase 17 Fields, Josh 77 Friday, Brian 12 Marte, Andy

B-T HT WT
R-R R-R R-R R-R R-R 6-3 215 6-1 200 6-1 236 5-11 190 6-1 205

Born
12-12-79 1-21-87 12-14-82 12-16-85 10-21-83

2010 Club
BALTIMORE Altoona Ari. Royals (#) NW Arkansas (#) KANSAS CITY Indianapolis GCL Pirates (#) Bradenton (#) CLEVELAND Lake County (#)

AVG
.214 .247 .400 .436 .306 .257 .353 .238 .229 .500

G
44 132 3 11 13 93 5 5 80 1

AB
140 530 10 39 49 268 17 21 170 4

R

H

2B
7 33 1 8 0 19 1 1 7 0

3B
0 9 1 0 0 5 0 0 2 0

HR RBI

BB
12 56 3 1 1 39 3 3 17 1

SO
30 102 2 4 9 69 2 9 35 0

SB Service
5.166 0.000 2.159 0.000 3.107

5 30 91 131 2 4 10 17 5 15 41 74 4 6 4 5 18 39 2 2

HISTORY

# Outfielders (2) B-T HT WT
81 Lambo, Andrew L-L S-R 6-3 210 5-8 170

Born
8-11-88 10-26-83

2010 Club
Chattanooga Altoona Sacramento

AVG
.271 .275 .284

G
47 26 135

AB
181 91 531

R

H

2B
11 1 14

3B
2 0 7

HR RBI

BB
15 9 58

SO
39 30 64

SB Service
0.000 0.000

POST-SEASON

76 Wimberly, Corey

26 49 12 25 97 151

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DEVELOPMENT

2011 SPRING TRAINING NUMERICAL ROSTER
3 5 7 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 CIRIACO, Pedro INF CEDENO, Ronny INF RODRIGUEZ, Josh INF ATKINS, Garrett * INF MARTE, Andy * INF HURDLE, Clint Manager BOWKER, John OF SILVERIO, Luis Coach LEYVA, Nick Coach FIELDS, Josh * INF WALKER, Neil INF SNYDER, Chris C McCUTCHEN, Andrew OF DIAZ, Matt OF ALVAREZ, Pedro INF HART, Kevin RHP OLSEN, Scott LHP KARSTENS, Jeff RHP MAHOLM, Paul LHP 29 30 31 32 34 35 37 38 39 41 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 CORREIA, Kevin RHP RESOP, Chris RHP TABATA, Jose OF LINCOLN, Brad RHP McCUTCHEN, Daniel RHP JARAMILLO, Jason C OVERBAY, Lyle 1B NIEVE, Fernando * RHP YATES, Tyler * RHP DOUMIT, Ryan C GALLAGHER, Sean * RHP PRESLEY, Alex OF ASCANIO, Jose RHP JONES, Garrett OF MEEK, Evan RHP VERAS, Jose * RHP OHLENDORF, Ross RHP MORTON, Charlie RHP PEARCE, Steve 1B/OF 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 HANRAHAN, Joel RHP McDONALD, James RHP SEARAGE, Ray Coach BANISTER, Jeff Coach ROJAS, Euclides Coach MOSKOS, Daniel LHP RITCHIE, Gregg Coach STRITTMATTER, Mark Coach CROTTA, Mike RHP LOCKE, Jeff LHP AGUERO, Ramon RHP LEROUX, Chris RHP MORRIS, Bryan RHP THOMAS, Justin * LHP HERNANDEZ, Gorkys OF McPHERSON, Kyle RHP BROWN, Dusty * C THOMPSON, Aaron LHP WATSON, Tony LHP 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 86 97 BURRES, Brian * LHP VEAL, Donnie * LHP OWENS, Rudy * LHP WILSON, Justin * LHP VALDEZ, Cesar * RHP WIMBERLY, Corey * OF FRIDAY, Brian * INF TOREGAS, Wyatt * C d’ARNAUD, Chase * INF FRYER, Eric * C LAMBO, Andrew * OF SANCHEZ, Tony * C ANDRADE, Heberto Bullpen BEIMEL, Joe * LHP

AFFILIATES

GENERAL

(*) Non-Roster Invitee (22)

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Daryle Ward at St. Louis on 5/26/04. Pedro Alvarez vs. Milwaukee on 7/20/10 off Dave Bush (1st inning). Pat Meares vs. San Diego on 4/26/00 off Woody Williams (6th inning) and John Vander Wal vs. San Diego on 4/27/00 off Matt Clement (5th inning). PINCH-HIT HOME RUN: Andy LaRoche vs. Houston on 9/24/10 off Brett Myers (6th inning). PINCH-HIT GRAND SLAM: Jason Michaels at St. Louis on 6/2/08 off Adam Wainwright (7th inning). HOME RUN BY PITCHER: Paul Maholm at New York (NL) on 5/9/09 off John Maine (5th inning). GRAND SLAM BY PITCHER: Denny Neagle at Chicago (NL) on 6/27/95 off Jim Bullinger (6th inning). HOME RUN LEADING OFF GAME: Andrew McCutchen vs. Arizona on 9/19/10 off Daniel Hudson. INSIDE-THE-PARK HOME RUN: Freddy Sanchez at Houston on 7/21/08 off Tim Byrdak (9th inning). INSIDE-THE-PARK GRAND SLAM: Frank Taveras at Cincinnati on 8/5/77 off Doug Capilla (2nd inning). PINCH-HIT INSIDE-THE-PARK HOME RUN: Turner Ward vs. Atlanta on 7/25/98 off Dennis Martinez (7th inn). BACK-TO-BACK HOME RUNS: Andy LaRoche (2-run) and Andrew McCutchen (solo) at Milwaukee on 4/28/10 off Chris Narveson (1st inning). THREE HOME RUNS IN ONE GAME (INDIVIDUAL): Andrew McCutchen vs. Washington on 8/1/09. CLUB RECORD (done 17 times) TWO HOME RUNS, ONE INNING (INDIVIDUAL): Reggie Sanders at St. Louis on 8/20/03 (5th inning). CLUB RECORD (done 4 times) THREE CONSECUTIVE HOME RUNS, ONE INNING: Jason Kendall, Brian Giles and Reggie Sanders at St. Louis on 8/20/03 (5th inning). Andrew McCutchen, Garrett Jones & Ryan Doumit vs. Milwaukee on 7/22/09 (3rd inn). THREE HOME RUNS, ONE INNING: FOUR HOME RUNS, ONE INNING: Reggie Sanders-2, Jason Kendall and Brian Giles. at St. Louis on 8/20/03 (5th inning). CLUB RECORD (done 3 times) HOME RUNS IN FIVE CONSECUTIVE INNINGS (CLUB): 8/22/07 at Colorado. FIVE HOME RUNS IN ONE GAME (CLUB): 7/22/09 vs. Milwaukee (Ryan Doumit-2, Andrew McCutchen, Garrett Jones, Brandon Moss). SIX HOME RUNS IN ONE GAME (CLUB): 8/22/07 at Colorado (Jack Wilson, Nate McLouth-2, Xavier Nady, Jason Bay, Freddy Sanchez). SEVEN HOME RUNS IN ONE GAME (CLUB): 8/20/03 at St. Louis (Jeff D’Amico, Rob Mackowiak-2, Jason Kendall, Brian Giles, Reggie Sanders-2). CLUB RECORD (done 3 times) HOMER IN FOUR STRAIGHT GAMES (INDIVIDUAL): Garrett Jones (7/10-17, 2009). HOMER IN FIVE STRAIGHT GAMES (INDIVIDUAL): Jose Castillo (5/26-31, 2006). HOMER IN SIX STRAIGHT GAMES (INDIVIDUAL): Jason Bay (5/22-28, 2006). HOMER IN MORE THAN SIX STRAIGHT GAMES (INDIVIDUAL): Dale Long (eight straight games - 5/19-28, 1956). TIES M.L. RECORD HOMER IN PIRATES DEBUT: Matt Morris vs. Cincinnati on 8/4/07. TWO TRIPLES IN A GAME (INDIVIDUAL): Andrew McCutchen at Atlanta on 6/4/09. THREE TRIPLES IN A GAME (INDIVIDUAL): Roberto Clemente vs. Cincinnati on 9/8/58 CLUB RECORD (done 5 times) TRIPLE BY A PITCHER: Brian Burres at Atlanta on 5/29/10. THREE DOUBLES IN A GAME (INDIVIDUAL): Ronny Cedeno vs. Houston on 7/18/10. FOUR DOUBLES IN A GAME (INDIVIDUAL): Paul Waner vs. St. Louis on 5/20/32. TIES M.L. RECORD SIX-HIT GAME: Freddy Sanchez at Chicago (NL) on 5/25/09. SEVEN-HIT GAME: Rennie Stennett at Chicago on 9/16/75. M.L. RECORD SIX-RBI GAME: Andy LaRoche vs. Los Angeles (NL) on 9/28/09. EIGHT-RBI GAME: Jason Bay vs. Milwaukee on 7/2/04 (game 2). NINE-RBI GAME: Johnny Rizzo at St. Louis on 5/30/39 (game 2). CLUB RECORD RBI IN 7 STRAIGHT GAMES: Pedro Alvarez from August 4-11, 2010. RBI IN 8 STRAIGHT GAMES: Kevin Young from May 1-8, 1999. RBI IN 9+ STRAIGHT GAMES: 11 games - Andy Van Slyke from June 9-20, 1988. RBI IN 12 STRAIGHT GAMES: Paul Waner from June 2-16, 1927. CLUB RECORD SIX STRAIGHT HITS: Neil Walker from July 20-21, 2010. SEVEN STRAIGHT HITS: Freddy Sanchez from May 25-26, 2009. EIGHT STRAIGHT HITS: Andy Van Slyke on May 8, 1994 (DH) - includes one walk. NINE STRAIGHT HITS: Rennie Stennett from September 16-17, 1975. 10 STRAIGHT HITS: Kiki Cuyler from September 18-21, 1925 (includes one walk). N.L. RECORD SCORING 10+ RUNS IN 3 STRAIGHT GAMES (CLUB): August 27 & August 28 (DH), 1930. SCORING 10 RUNS IN ONE INNING: 5/17/09 vs. Colorado (7th). LAST PINCH-HIT BY A PITCHER: 7/31/03 vs. San Diego (a double by Kip Wells). TWO HITS BY A PITCHER IN THE SAME INNING: Paul Maholm vs. St. Louis on 9/12/08. MOST RECENT CONSECUTIVE GAMES STREAK: 307, Jason Bay (9/1/04 to 8/13/06). NEXT LONGEST CONSECUTIVE GAMES STREAK: 503, Omar Moreno (1979-1982).
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The last Time It Happened
PIRATES PITCHING
John Candelaria vs. Los Angeles on 8/9/76 (2-0). Francisco Cordova (9.0) and Ricardo Rincon (1.0) on 7/12/97 vs. Houston (3-0). Todd Ritchie vs. Kansas City on 7/13/01 (1-0) Only hit - one-out single by Luis Alicea in 9th inning. ONE-HITTER (COMBINED): Kris Benson (7.0), Brian Boehringer (1.0) and Al Reyes (1.0) at St. Louis on 8/20/02 (8-0). Only hit - one-out single by Kerry Robinson in 1st inning. 20 CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS: James McDonald (9/1-18, 2010) MORE THAN 20 CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS: 22.0ip, Zach Duke (7/2-21, 2005). MORE THAN 22 CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS: 22.1ip, Kip Wells (5/19-6/3, 2002). MORE THAN 23 CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS: 23.2ip, Randy Tomlin (7/15-27, 1991). MORE THAN 24 CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS: 31.2ip, Bill Landrum (6/3-7/23, 1989). MORE THAN 32 CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS: 41.0ip, Jack Chesbro (6/26-7/16, 1902). CLUB RECORD 10+ STRIKEOUTS (RIGHTHANDER): Ross Ohlendorf vs. St. Louis on 9/5/09 (11). MORE THAN 11 K’s (RIGHTHANDER): Kip Wells vs. Philadelphia on 7/5/05 (12). MORE THAN 12 K’s (RIGHTHANDER): Jose DeLeon vs. New York (NL) on 4/16/85 (14). CLUB RECORD FOR RHP (done 2 times) 10 STRIKEOUTS (LEFTHANDER): Paul Maholm at Philadelphia on 8/8/08. MORE THAN 10 K’s (LEFTHANDER): Oliver Perez vs. Houston on 9/9/04 (14). MORE THAN 14 K’s: Bob Veale (LHP) vs. Philadelphia on 6/1/65 (16). CLUB RECORD STARTER FAILED TO RECORD AN OUT: Ryan Vogelsong vs. Cincinnati on 9/24/04. BACK-TO-BACK COMPLETE GAMES (CLUB): Tom Gorzelanny at San Francisco on 8/12/07 (W 5-0) and Paul Maholm vs. San Francisco on 8/13/07 - GM 1 (W 3-1). THREE STRAIGHT COMPLETE GAMES (CLUB): Mike Bielecki vs. Houston on 8/29/87 (W 8-2), Doug Drabek vs. Houston on 8/30/87 (W 7-0) and Mike Dunne vs. Atlanta on 8/31/87 (W 7-3). BACK-TO-BACK COMPLETE GAMES (INDIVIDUAL): Mark Redman at San Francisco on 5/9/05 (L 1-2) and vs. Milwaukee on 5/14/05 (W 2-0). BACK-TO-BACK SHUTOUTS (CLUB): Paul Maholm, John Grabow & Matt Capps at Atlanta on 4/17/09 (3-0) and Ian Snell, Sean Burnett & Jesse Chavez at Atlanta on 4/18/09 (10-0). BACK-TO-BACK SHUTOUTS (INDIVIDUAL): Tim Wakefield vs. Chicago (NL) on 9/26/93 (1-0) and vs. Philadelphia on 9/30/93 (5-0). BACK-TO-BACK SHUTOUTS IN A DOUBLEHEADER: 10/3/76 vs. St. Louis (1-0 & 1-0). THREE CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS (CLUB): 10/2/76 vs. St. Louis (8-0) and doubleheader sweep on 10/3/76 vs. St. Louis (1-0 & 1-0). FOUR CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS (CLUB): 5/17/72 vs. St. Louis (12-0), 5/19/72 vs. Montreal (8-0), 5/20/72 vs. Montreal (6-0) and 5/21/72 vs. Montreal - game one (1-0). THREE CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS (INDIVIDUAL): Steve Blass at New York on 9/15/68 (3-0), vs. Chicago on 9/20/68 (5-0) and vs. Cincinnati on 9/24/68 (2-0). SIX CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS (CLUB): 6/2-6, 1903 (51 innings). M.L. RECORD. NO-HITTER (INDIVIDUAL): NO-HITTER (COMBINED): ONE-HITTER (INDIVIDUAL):

POST-SEASON

HISTORY

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DEVELOPMENT

PIRATES MISCELLANEOUS
Jack Wilson (SS) to Freddy Sanchez (2B) to Adam LaRoche (1B) at Cincinnati on 4/12/09 Batter — Edwin Encarnacion (8th inning). STEAL OF HOME (exclusive of a double steal): Jeff King at Cincinnati on 7/11/96. STEAL OF HOME (on a double steal): Ryan Doumit at Boston on 6/17/05. PITCHER STEALING A BASE: Daniel McCutchen vs. Colorado on 8/8/10. THREE STOLEN BASES IN ONE GAME (INDIVIDUAL): Andrew McCutchen vs. Chicago (AL) on 6/15/10. FOUR STOLEN BASES IN ONE GAME (INDIVIDUAL): Tony Womack at Cincinnati on 9/6/97...CLUB RECORD. FIVE STOLEN BASES IN ONE GAME (CLUB): 8/11/09 at Colorado. SIX OR MORE STOLEN BASES IN ONE GAME (CLUB): 7 -- 5/28/89 vs. Houston. EIGHT STOLEN BASES IN ONE GAME (CLUB): 5/7/78 vs. Los Angeles. POSITION PLAYER TO PITCH: Abraham Nunez vs. Chicago (NL) on 5/30/04 (0.1ip/0h/0r/0er/0bb/0so). LAST SIX-ERROR GAME: 6/16/10 vs. Chicago (AL). LAST SEVEN-ERROR GAME: 9/16/85 vs. St. Louis (GM 1). LAST RAIN DELAY OF 3 HOURS OR MORE: 9/28/06 vs. Houston (3:26). TRIPLE PLAY:

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The last Time It Happened
PIRATES ROOKIE
HOMERING IN 4 STRAIGHT GAMES: RBI IN 7 STRAIGHT GAMES: RBI IN 8 STRAIGHT GAMES: 5-HIT GAME: PITCHING COMPLETE GAME IN DEBUT: PITCHING SHUTOUT IN DEBUT: 10 STRIKEOUTS IN DEBUT: WINNING MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT: WINNING FIRST 6 DECISIONS: WINNING 8+ STRAIGHT DECISIONS: Garrett Jones (7/10-17, 2009) & Dick Stuart (8/16-20, 1958). Pedro Alvarez (8/4-11, 2010). Frank Colman (8/6-14, 1944). Neil Walker on 7/20/10 vs. Milwaukee. Tim Wakefield on 7/31/92 vs. St. Louis. Erv Kantlehner on 4/17/14 at St. Louis. Tim Wakefield on 7/31/92 vs. St. Louis. Paul Maholm on 8/30/05 at Milwaukee. Zach Duke (7/7-8/18, 2005). 8 - Matt Capps (6/11-10/1, 2006).

ORGANIZATION

2011 PIRATES

OPPONENTS HITTING

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HIT FOR THE CYCLE: HIT FOR THE CYCLE IN PITTSBURGH: GRAND SLAM: PINCH-HIT HOME RUN: PINCH-HIT GRAND SLAM: HOME RUN BY PITCHER: HOME RUN LEADING OFF GAME: INSIDE-THE-PARK HOME RUN: BACK-TO-BACK HOME RUNS:

Brad Wilkerson at Montreal on 6/24/03. Jeff Kent of San Francisco on 5/3/99. Ryan Howard at Philadelphia on 5/17/10 off Jack Taschner (8th inning). Brad Hawpe at Colorado on 7/29/10 off Steven Jackson (7th inning). Tony Clark of Arizona on 5/20/07 off Marty McLeary (7th inning). Carlos Zambrano at Chicago (NL) on 8/30/10 off Brian Burres (5th inning). Drew Stubbs at Cincinnati on 8/31/09 (game 1) off Daniel McCutchen. Chris Heisey of Cincinnati on 8/2/10 off Joel Hanrahan (8th inning). Brad Hawpe (solo shot) and Clint Barmes (solo shot) at Colorado on 7/27/10 off Zach Duke (5th inning). THREE HOME RUNS IN ONE GAME (INDIVIDUAL): Albert Pujols at St. Louis on 9/3/06. THREE HOME RUNS, ONE INNING: Dmitri Young, Jesus Flores and Ronnie Belliard at Washington on 6/10/08 (7th inning). THREE CONSECUTIVE HOME RUNS, ONE INNING: Derrek Lee, Sammy Sosa and Michael Barrett at Chicago (NL) on 9/15/04 (1st inning). FOUR HOME RUNS IN ONE GAME (CLUB): 7/7/10 at Houston (Jeff Keppinger, Carlos Lee, Lance Berkman and Hunter Pence). SIX HOME RUNS IN ONE GAME (CLUB): 8/9/06 at Houston (Craig Biggio, Aubrey Huff-2, Roy Oswalt, Luke Scott and Jason Lane). SEVEN HOME RUNS IN ONE GAME (CLUB): 7/8/56 at New York (NL) (Willie Mays-2, Daryl Spencer-2, Wes Westrum-2 and Hank Thompson). EIGHT HOME RUNS IN ONE GAME (CLUB): 8/30/53 (game one) vs. Milwaukee (Jim Pendleton-3, Eddie Mathews-2, Del Crandall, Jack Dittmer and Johnny Logan). CLUB RECORD

HISTORY POST-SEASON

OPPONENTS HITTING
NO-HITTER: ONE-HITTER: 10 STRIKEOUTS: MORE THAN 10 STRIKEOUTS: MORE THAN 14 K’s: MORE THAN 15 K’s: BACK-TO-BACK GAMES SHUT OUT: THREE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE GAMES SHUT OUT: Bob Gibson of St. Louis at Pittsburgh on 8/14/71 (11-0). Roy Oswalt at Houston on 7/8/10 (2-0). Only hit --- single by Neil Walker in the 1st inning. Edinson Volquez at Cincinnati on 9/11/10. 14 - Bud Norris at Houston on 8/14/10. 15-- Tim Lincecum at San Francisco on 7/27/09. 16 -- Randy Johnson of Arizona on 8/23/01. 5/11/10 vs. Cincinnati (9-0) and 5/12/10 vs. Cincinnati (5-0). 8/28 and 8/29/68 vs. St. Louis (8-0 and 5-0) and 8/30/68 vs. Atlanta (2-0).

DEVELOPMENT AFFILIATES

OPPONENTS MISCELLANEOUS
TRIPLE PLAY: Mickey Morandini (2B-UNASSISTED) on 9/20/92. Batter - Jeff King (6th inning). STEAL OF HOME (exclusive of a double steal): Jeff Bagwell at Houston on 8/18/01. STEAL OF HOME (on a double steal): Delino DeShields of St. Louis on 9/19/97. THREE STOLEN BASES IN ONE GAME (INDIVIDUAL): Michael Bourn at Houston on 4/25/10. FOUR STOLEN BASES IN ONE GAME (INDIVIDUAL): Eric Yelding at Houston on 5/23/90. SIX STOLEN BASES IN ONE GAME (CLUB): 4/25/10 at Houston. MORE THAN SIX STOLEN BASES IN ONE GAME (CLUB): 8 - 5/23/90 at Houston. POSITION PLAYER TO PITCH: Gary Gaetti of St. Louis on 9/20/97.
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How The 40-man Roster was formed AMATEUR FREE AGENT DRAFT: (12)
DRAFT ROUND

Pedro Alvarez Mike Crotta Ryan Doumit Brad Lincoln Paul Maholm Andrew McCutchen Kyle McPherson Daniel Moskos Steve Pearce Alex Presley Neil Walker Tony Watson

2008 2006 1999 2006 2003 2005 2007 2007 2005 2006 2004 2007

1st 17th 2nd 1st 1st 1st 14th 1st 8th 8th 1st 9th

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ACQUIRED BY TRADE: (17)
Jose Ascanio & Kevin Hart John Bowker Ronny Cedeno Joel Hanrahan Gorkys Hernandez, Jeff Locke & Charlie Morton Jason Jaramillo Daniel McCutchen, Jose Tabata, Jeff Karstens & Ross Ohlendorf James McDonald Bryan Morris Chris Snyder & Pedro Ciriaco FROM Chicago (NL) San Francisco Seattle Washington Atlanta Philadelphia New York (AL) Los Angeles (NL) Los Angeles (NL) Arizona DATE 7/30/09 7/31/10 7/29/09 6/30/09 6/3/09 12/10/08 7/26/08 7/31/10 7/31/08 7/31/10 FOR Tom Gorzelanny & John Grabow Javier Lopez Ian Snell & Jack Wilson Sean Burnett & Nyjer Morgan Nate McLouth Ronny Paulino Xavier Nady & Damaso Marte Octavio Dotel Jason Bay D.J. Carrasco, Ryan Church & Bobby Crosby

POST-SEASON

HISTORY

SIGNED AS A FREE AGENT: (4)
Kevin Correia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12/17/10 Matt Diaz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12/14/10 Scott Olsen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12/20/10 Lyle Overbay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12/14/10

DEVELOPMENT

SIGNED AS A MINOR LEAGUE FREE AGENT: (1)
Garrett Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12/27/09

SIGNED AS A NON-DRAFTED FREE AGENT: (1)
Ramon Aguero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7/19/05

CLAIMED OFF WAIVERS: (3)
FROM DATE

AFFILIATES

Chris Leroux Chris Resop Aaron Thompson

Florida Atlanta Washington

9/13/10 8/4/10 12/23/10

SELECTED IN RULE 5 DRAFT: (2)
FROM DATE

GENERAL

Evan Meek Josh Rodriguez

Tampa Bay Cleveland

12/6/07 12/9/10

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2010 OFFICIAL STATISTICS
PLAYER AVG G
95 4 26 20 45 139 69 8 54 61 22 41 124 32 3 31 54 33 158 26 9 102 11 50 32 154 28 11 70 113 17 17 21 26 15 19 11 40 102 17 12 110 110 162 162

AB
347 1 69 25 6 468 170 6 144 156 33 0 406 129 277 48 1 4 165 87 21 66 592 33 34 247 15 1 56 570 14 20 1 379 26 26 26 1 29 23 10 124 405 0 1 426 114 312 191 21 170 5386 5561

R
42 0 7 0 0 42 16 3 11 9 0 0 42 5 0 1 18 2 64 0 2 26 0 0 1 94 1 2 0 38 0 2 0 0 4 2 1 12 61 0 0 57 22 587 866

H
89 0 16 3 0 120 31 3 29 35 8 0 102 24 78 3 0 0 30 13 5 8 146 2 4 51 6 0 5 163 1 1 1 105 1 4 2 0 8 6 2 21 121 0 0 126 33 93 45 7 38 1303 1567

2B 3B
21 0 5 0 0 29 11 1 3 8 1 0 22 3 19 2 0 0 6 2 0 2 34 0 0 8 0 0 0 35 0 1 0 21 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 21 0 0 29 10 19 11 1 10 276 360 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 3 1 0 1 27 35

HR RBI
16 0 2 0 0 8 3 0 7 1 0 0 13 2 11 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 21 0 0 4 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 0 0 12 3 9 7 2 5 126 167 64 0 13 3 0 38 18 1 12 11 2 0 45 10 35 0 0 0 9 6 1 5 86 0 1 16 3 0 0 56 0 0 0 34 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 16 35 0 0 66 21 45 28 7 21 570 824

SH
0 0 0 2 0 7 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 3 0 7 1 2 1 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 58 68

SF
2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 1 3 1 0 1 33 67

HP
0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 8 1 7 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 3 1 0 1 33 66

BB IBB
37 0 8 0 0 23 12 0 6 16 3 0 41 12 29 2 0 1 26 8 4 4 53 1 2 19 0 0 2 70 0 1 0 28 0 1 2 0 7 1 1 16 28 1 0 34 9 25 13 0 13 463 538

SO

SB
0 0 0 0 0 12 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 7 0 0 1 0 0 0 33 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 19 0 0 2 1 87 116

CS
0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 0 0 3 0 36 32

DP

E

POST-SEASON

+ Alvarez, P .256 Bass, B .000 Bowker, J .232 Burres, B .120 Carrasco, D .000 Cedeno, R .256 Church, R .182 + Ciriaco, P .500 Clement, J .201 Crosby, B .224 + Diaz, A .242 Dotel, O .000 Doumit, R .251 RIGHT .186 LEFT .282 Duke, Z .063 Eveland, D .000 Gallagher, S .000 Iwamura, A .182 Jaramillo, J .149 RIGHT .238 LEFT .121 Jones, G .247 Karstens, J .061 + Kratz, E .118 LaRoche, A .206 + Lincoln, B .400 Lopez, J .000 Maholm, P .089 McCutchen, A .286 + McCutchen, D .071 McDonald, J .050 Meek, E 1.000 Milledge, L .277 Morton, C .038 Moss, B .154 Ohlendorf, R .077 Park, C .000 Pearce, S .276 + Presley, A .261 + Raynor, J .200 Snyder, C .169 + Tabata, J .299 Taschner, J .000 + Thomas, J .000 + Walker, N .296 RIGHT .289 LEFT .298 Young, D .236 RIGHT .333 LEFT .224 PITTSBURGH .242 OPPONENTS .282

1 119 0 0 1 10 0 14 0 3 4 106 0 46 0 3 3 37 2 33 1 10 0 0 4 87 1 22 3 65 0 17 0 0 0 2 0 31 1 14 1 2 0 12 2 123 0 16 0 9 0 43 0 3 0 0 0 31 1 89 0 5 0 11 0 0 3 62 0 18 0 6 0 16 0 0 0 6 0 8 0 3 4 33 0 57 0 0 0 1 1 83 1 20 0 63 0 52 0 2 0 50 28 1207 40 1026

8 17 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 1 10 18 3 0 0 0 2 2 1 8 1 2 0 1 18 10 11 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 7 3 1 6 18 12 0 0 0 0 7 11 0 0 0 2 0 3 6 5 0 1 0 1 0 0 7 1 1 3 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 3 7 1 0 0 0 0 4 8 3 1 5 4 1 4 119 127 102 91

HISTORY

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PITCHER

W

L

ERA

G

GS CG SHO SV
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 15 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 46

IP
7.1 79.1 55.2 40.0 159.0 9.2 34.1 69.2 11.1 0.2 122.2 19.2 4.2 52.2 38.2 185.1 8.2 67.2 64.0 80.0 79.2 108.1 28.1 2.1 19.0 19.1 13.0 1411.2 1436.1

H
9 87 50 35 212 15 38 58 17 2 146 25 4 66 39 228 11 83 59 53 112 106 25 8 10 22 21 1567 1303

R
11 48 24 21 115 9 26 28 11 2 72 16 3 42 14 119 5 48 25 25 79 54 14 8 4 13 9 866 587

ER
10 44 24 19 101 9 23 28 11 2 67 15 3 39 12 105 3 46 25 19 67 49 11 8 4 13 9 784 527

HR HB
0 9 4 5 25 0 2 6 4 0 21 2 0 9 2 15 0 13 3 5 15 12 2 0 1 3 3 167 126 1 6 4 3 4 2 1 4 0 0 1 1 0 5 2 9 1 2 0 4 7 6 2 0 0 0 0 66 33

BB IBB
10 34 22 17 51 5 22 26 6 0 27 6 3 15 18 62 3 28 24 31 26 44 7 3 10 8 5 538 463 2 4 1 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 4 4 3 2 1 0 0 0 1 40 28

SO
5 45 45 48 96 3 22 100 7 0 72 22 4 25 22 102 6 38 61 70 59 79 23 0 24 17 5 1026 1207

WP BK
1 3 4 2 4 1 0 5 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 2 1 2 5 2 5 5 5 1 0 1 0 56 35 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 10 2

GENERAL

Bass, B 0 Burres, B 4 Carrasco, D 2 Dotel, O 2 Duke, Z 8 Eveland, D 0 Gallagher, S 2 Hanrahan, J 4 Jackson, S 0 Jakubauskas, C 0 Karstens, J 3 Ledezma, W 0 + Leroux, C 0 + Lincoln, B 1 Lopez, J 2 Maholm, P 9 + Martinez, J 0 + McCutchen, D 2 McDonald, J 4 Meek, E 5 Morton, C 2 Ohlendorf, R 1 Park, C 2 Penn, H 0 Resop, C 0 Taschner, J 1 + Thomas, J 0 PITTSBURGH 57 OPPONENTS 105
+=Rookie

0 12.27 5 4.99 2 3.88 2 4.28 15 5.72 1 8.38 1 6.03 1 3.62 1 8.74 1 27.00 10 4.92 3 6.86 1 5.79 4 6.66 2 2.79 15 5.10 0 3.12 5 6.12 5 3.52 4 2.14 12 7.57 11 4.07 2 3.49 0 30.86 0 1.89 0 6.05 1 6.23 105 5.00 57 3.30

4 0 20 13 45 0 41 0 29 29 3 1 31 0 72 0 11 0 1 1 26 19 27 0 6 0 11 9 50 0 32 32 5 0 28 9 11 11 70 0 17 17 21 21 26 0 3 0 22 0 17 0 12 0 162 162 162 162

AFFILIATES
182

DEVELOPMENT

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PLAYER Young, D. LaRoche, A. Church, R. Clement, J. Crosby, B. Milledge, L. Iwamura, A. Moss, B. Doumit, R. Raynor, J. Bowker, J. Diaz, A. Presley, A. Ciriaco, P. Cedeno, R. Jones, G. Pearce, S. Jaramillo, J. Duke, Z. McCutchen, A. Tabata, J. Walker, N. Alvarez, P. TEAM AVG .232 .132 .143 .250 .214 .154 .333 .083 .400 .286 .286 .143 .333 .600 .250 .250 .000 .000 .000 ---.000 .000 ---.213 G 72 41 23 18 16 13 14 12 11 8 7 7 6 5 4 4 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 AB 69 38 21 16 14 13 12 12 10 7 7 7 6 5 4 4 2 3 2 0 1 1 0 254 H 16 5 3 4 0 2 4 1 4 2 2 1 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 54 2B 1 2 1 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 HR 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 RBI 7 3 4 5 1 0 1 0 3 0 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 BB 3 2 2 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 18 OBP .264 .175 .217 .278 .313 .154 .429 .083 .455 .375 .286 .143 .333 .600 .250 .250 .500 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .266

ORGANIZATION

2011 PIRATES

2010 REVIEW

2010 PIRATES MISCELLANEOUS
HOME
vs. Atlanta vs. Florida vs. New York vs. Philadelphia vs. Washington TOTALS vs. EAST vs. Chicago vs. Cincinnati vs. Houston vs. Milwaukee vs. St. Louis TOTALS vs. CENTRAL vs. Arizona vs. Colorado vs. Los Angeles vs. San Diego vs. San Francisco TOTALS vs. WEST TOTALS vs. N.L. vs. Cleveland vs. Chicago vs. Detroit vs. Oakland vs. Texas TOTALS vs. A.L. OVERALL TOTALS W 3 1 1 3 1 9 W 5 4 4 3 5 2 W 3 2 2 0 1 8 38 W 2 0 0 0 0 2 40 L 3 3 2 1 2 11 L 1 5 2 6 4 18 L 0 2 1 3 2 8 37 L 1 3 0 0 0 4 41

HISTORY

ROAD
W 0 1 0 1 0 2 W 5 2 0 2 1 10 W 1 2 1 0 1 5 17 W 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 L 3 3 4 1 3 14 L 4 5 9 7 5 30 L 2 1 3 3 2 11 55 L 0 0 3 3 3 0 64

TOTALS
W 3 2 1 4 1 11 W 10 6 4 5 6 31 W 4 4 3 0 2 13 55 L 6 6 6 2 5 25 L 5 10 11 13 9 48 L 2 3 4 6 4 19 92 DOUBLE PLAYS TRIPLE PLAYS LEFT ON BASE GRAND SLAM HR HOME RUNS - HOME HOME RUNS - ROAD

PIT
120 0 1078 2 64 62

OPP
147 0 1199 3 66 101

POST-SEASON

STARTERS RELIEVERS STREAKS ATTENDANCE
HOME ROAD 1,613,399 2,478,624

WON 34 23 5
(81 DATES) (81 DATES)

LOST 84 21 12
19,919 AVG 30,600 AVG

DEVELOPMENT

HOME
W SHUTOUTS 4 SHO - INDIVIDUAL 1 EXTRA INNINGS 3 ONE-RUN DECISIONS 14 TWO-RUN DECISIONS 10 VS. LH STARTERS 13 VS. RH STARTERS 27 GRASS FIELDS 40 ARTIFICIAL FIELDS 0 DAY GAMES 11 NIGHT GAMES 29 L 7 2 1 8 6 10 31 41 0 11 30

ROAD
W 2 0 1 6 4 6 11 17 0 5 12 L 8 1 7 16 9 15 49 64 0 18 46

TOTALS
W 6 1 4 20 14 19 38 57 0 16 41 L 15 3 8 24 15 25 80 105 0 29 76

AFFILIATES

W L 2 1 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 2 13 57 105

GENERAL

DOUBLEHEADERS(HOME) DOUBLEHEADERS(ROAD)

WON 0 WON 0

LOST 0 LOST 0

SPLIT 0 SPLIT 0
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Game Date No.
5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

OPP .
LA LA LA at Ari at Ari at Ari at SF at SF at SF CIN CIN CIN MIL MIL MIL at Hou at Hou at Hou at Mil at Mil at Mil at LA at LA

W/L
W W L L W L L W L W W W L L L L L L L W W W L

Score Record
11-5 4-3 (10) 2-10 1-9 6-2 6-15 3-9 6-5 0-6 4-3 5-4 5-3 1-8 0-8 0-20 3-4 2-5 3-10 3-17 7-3 6-5 (14) 2-0 2-6 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 3-4 4-4 4-5 5-5 6-5 7-5 7-6 7-7 7-8 7-9 7-10 7-11 7-12 8-12 9-12 10-12 10-13

Pos.
T1 T1 T1 T2 2 T2 T3 3 T3 T2 2 2 2 T2 3 3 T4 6 6 6 T4 3 4

GB/A
+1.0 +0.5 +1.0 -1.0 -1.0 -1.0 -2.0 -1.5 -2.5 -2.0 -1.0 -1.0 -1.5 -2.5 -3.0 -3.0 -3.0 -4.0 -5.0 -5.0 -5.0 -5.0 -5.0

Winning Pitcher

Losing Pitcher
Padilla (0-1) Ra. Ortiz (0-1) Maholm (0-1) Morton (0-1) Haren (1-1) McCutchen (0-1) Burres (0-1) Affeldt (2-1) Morton (0-2) Masset (2-1) Cordero (1-1) Arroyo (0-1) Morton (0-3) Duke (2-1) McCutchen (0-2) Maholm (1-2) Jakubauskas (0-1) Morton (0-4) Duke (2-2) Hoffman (1-2) Parra (0-1) Kershaw (1-1) Morton (0-5)

Attendance
* 39,024 31,061 9,352 21,316 22,400 21,093 26,011 28,030 29,028 14,758 25,196 13,860 9,386 12,192 13,634 30,018 30,562 27,210 25,892 28,991 28,401 40,185 46,775

Total Home Attendance
39,024 70,085 79,437

APRIL (10-13)
Duke (1-0) Donnelly (1-0) Billingsley (1-0) Lopez (1-0) Duke (2-0) Jackson (1-1) Zito (2-0) Meek (1-0) Sanchez (1-0) Dotel (1-0) Taschner (1-0) Maholm (1-1) Bush (1-0) Gallardo (1-2) Wolf (2-1) Oswalt (2-2) Rodriguez (1-2) Myers (1-1) Gallardo (2-2) Donnelly (2-0) Carrasco (1-0) Burres (1-1) Billingsley (2-1)

2011 PIRATES

94,195 119,391 133,251 142,637 154,829 168,463

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MAY (11-18)
1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 at LA at LA CHI CHI CHI STL STL STL CIN CIN CIN at Chi at Chi at Chi at Phi at Phi MIL MIL ATL ATL ATL at Cin at Cin at Cin at Cin at Atl at Atl at Atl CHI CHI CHI SF SF SF CHI at Was at Was at Was at Det at Det at Det CWS CWS CWS CLE CLE CLE at Tex at Tex at Tex at Oak at Oak at Oak at Chi at Chi at Chi PHI PHI PHI L L W W W L W L L L L W W L L W W L L L W L W L L L L L W W L W L L L L L L L L L L L L W W L L L L L L W L W W W L 1-5 3-9 3-2 4-2 11-1 3-4 2-0 4-11 1-2 0-9 0-5 10-6 4-3 3-4 2-12 2-1 6-4 3-4 0-7 2-4 3-2 (10) 5-7 2-1 0-4 2-8 3-7 3-6 2-5 2-1 3-2 4-6 6-3 5-6 (10) 1-6 2-5 5-7 2-4 2-6 3-4 (10) 3-4 4-6 2-7 4-5 3-4 6-4 5-3 3-6 3-13 5-6 4-14 0-5 2-3 2-1 1-3 2-0 3-2 2-0 4-12 10-14 10-15 11-15 12-15 13-15 13-16 14-16 14-17 14-18 14-19 14-20 15-20 16-20 16-21 16-22 17-22 18-22 18-23 18-24 18-25 19-25 19-26 20-26 20-27 20-28 20-29 20-30 20-31 21-31 22-31 22-31 22-32 23-32 23-33 23-34 23-35 23-36 23-37 23-38 23-39 23-40 23-41 23-42 23-43 23-44 24-44 25-44 25-45 25-46 25-47 25-48 25-49 25-50 26-50 26-51 27-51 28-51 29-51 29-52 T4 T4 T4 T4 3 T4 T3 4 4 4 5 T3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 4 T4 4 4 4 T4 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 -6.0 -7.0 -6.5 -5.5 -4.5 -5.5 -4.5 -5.5 -6.0 -6.0 -6.0 -5.5 -4.5 -5.0 -6.0 -6.0 -5.0 -5.5 -6.5 -7.0 -6.5 -7.0 -6.0 -7.0 -8.0 -9.0 -10.0 -10.0 -9.0 -9.0 -8.5 -9.5 -9.5 -9.5 -9.5 -9.5 -10.5 -11.5 -11.5 -12.5 -12.5 -12.5 -12.5 -13.5 -14.0 -14.0 -13.0 -14.0 -15.0 -15.0 -15.5 -16.5 -16.5 -16.5 -17.0 -16.5 -16.5 -16.5 -16.5 Ra. Ortiz (1-1) Kuroda (3-1) Maholm (2-2) Morton (1-5) Burres (2-1) Franklin (2-0) Karstens (1-1) Wainwright (5-1) Arroyo (2-2) CUETO (2-1) BAILEY (1-2) Meek (2-1) Maholm (3-3) Marshall (2-1) Kendrick (2-1) Duke (3-4) Lopez (1-0) Narveson (4-1) Hudson (5-1) Lowe (6-4) Dotel (2-0) Harang (3-5) Hanrahan (1-0) Arroyo (5-2) Cueto (5-1) Lowe (7-4) Medlen (2-1) Saito (1-2) Meek (3-1) Duke (2-3) Kartsens (0-1) Dempster (2-2) Lilly (1-2) Wells (3-1) Meek (1-1) Garcia (3-2) Maholm (2-3) Ohlendorf (0-1) Morton (1-6) Duke (2-4) Zambrano (1-3) Dempster (2-4) Carrasco (1-1) Morton (1-7) HALLADAY (6-2) Wolf (3-4) Maholm (3-4) Ohlendorf (0-2) Morton (1-8) Saito (0-2) Burres (2-2) Masset (3-3) Ohlendorf (0-3) Morton (1-9) Duke (3-5) Burres (2-3) Hanrahan (1-1) Marshall (5-2) 40,483 39,339 10,972 11,053 11,085 16,473 25,047 17,342 9,045 9,027 20,064 39,082 41,336 40,636 45,371 45,007 9,526 13,975 22,470 26,519 23,045 13,385 14,471 18,137 16,834 23,442 29,134 31,078 20,235 11,334 17,817 * 36,687 24,068 12,768 40,315 18,876 21,767 33,236 34,501 31,243 12,693 15,218 23,170 28,478 * 38,008 29,845 23,083 33,646 19,567 11,154 25,068 15,238 38,512 36,914 37,391 25,323 30,339 *38,052 179,435 190,488 201,573 218,046 243,093 260,435 269,480 278,507 298,571

HISTORY

POST-SEASON

308,097 322,072 344,542 371,061 394,106

414,341 425,675 443,492 480,179 504,247 517,015

JUNE (6-20)
Hanrahan (2-1) Lilly (1-5) PPD - RAIN (rescheduled for 6/7) Sanchez (4-4) Duke (3-6) Maholm (4-4) Wellemeyer (3-5) Wilson (2-0) Dotel (2-1) Silva (8-0) Eveland (0-1) Strasburg (1-0) Karstens (1-2) Storen (2-0) Carrasco (1-2) Hernandez (5-3) Duke (3-7) Verlander (7-4) Ohlendorf (0-4) Coke (4-0) Donnelly (2-1) Thomas (4-0) Lopez (1-1) Garcia (7-3) Lincoln (0-1) Danks (6-5) Duke (3-8) Buehrle (5-6) Ohlendorf (0-5) Carmona (6-5) Maholm (4-5) Karstens (2-2) Huff (2-9) Donnelly (3-1) Lewis (2-2) Hunter (3-0) Ohlendorf (0-6) Ogando (3-0) Maholm (4-6) Francisco (6-3) Jackson (0-1) Sheets (3-7) Lincoln (0-2) Cahill (7-2) McCutchen (0-3) Breslow (3-1) Meek (3-2) Maholm (5-6) Cashner (0-2) Lilly (3-6) Karstens (2-3) Lincoln (1-2) Cashner (0-3)

DEVELOPMENT

AFFILIATES

529,708 544,926 568,096 596,574 634,582 664,427

GENERAL

JULY (9-16)
McCutchen (1-3) Ohlendorf (1-6) KENDRICK (5-3) Hamels (6-7) Moyer (9-7) Maholm (5-7) 689,750 720,089 758,141

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Game Date No.
4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12-14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162

ORGANIZATION

OPP .
PHI at Hou at Hou at Hou at Mil at Mil at Mil HOU HOU HOU MIL MIL MIL MIL SD SD SD at Col at Col at Col at Stl at Stl at Stl CIN CIN CIN COL COL COL COL at SD at SD at SD at Hou at Hou at Hou FLA FLA FLA FLA NY NY NY STL STL STL at Mil at Mil at Mil at Chi at Chi at Chi WAS WAS WAS ATL ATL ATL at Cin at Cin at Cin at NY at NY at NY at NY ARI ARI ARI STL STL STL HOU HOU HOU at Stl at Stl at Stl at Fla at Fla at Fla at Fla

W/L
W L L L L L L L W W L W W L L L L W W L L L L L W L W L W L L L L L L L W L L L L L W L W W L L L L W L W L L W W L L L W L L L L W W W W W L L W W L W L L W L L

Score Record
8-5 2-6 3-6 0-2 4-5 (10) 3-4 5-6 2-5 12-6 9-0 1-3 11-9 15-3 2-3 3-5 2-9 3-6 4-2 6-2 3-9 0-1 (10) 1-11 1-9 0-4 7-6 4-9 5-1 3-6 8-7 (10) 4-8 1-4 5-8 0-3 1-4 2-3 2-8 7-1 0-6 2-3 2-4 2-7 1-5 2-1 2-10 4-3 5-2 2-7 7-8 (11) 4-8 2-14 14-7 3-5 8-5 2-9 1-8 3-1 5-0 3-9 3-4 (12) 4-5 (10) 3-1 0-1 (10) 1-9 7-8 2-6 4-3 9-6 4-3 5-2 11-6 2-9 7-10 6-4 9-3 4--6 7-2 1-4 9-11 5-1 0-2 2-5

Pos.

GB/A

Winning Pitcher
Meek (4-2) Rodriguez (6-10) Daigle (1-1) OSWALT (6-10) Axford (4-1) Bush (4-6) Axford (5-1) Myers (7-6) Lopez (2-1) MAHOLM (6-7) Capuano (1-1) Carrasco (2-2) Duke (4-9) Gallardo (9-4) Correia (7-6) Latos (11-4) LeBlanc (5-8) Duke (5-9) Gallagher (1-0) Jimenez (16-2) Franklin (6-1) Suppan (1-6) Wainwright (15-6) Wood (2-1) Maholm (7-9) Cueto (11-2) McDonald (1-0) Hammel (8-6) Gallagher (2-0) Rogers (2-2) LeBlanc (6-10) Correia (9-7) Garland (11-8) Lopez (4-0) Norris (5-7) Happ (3-1) McDonald (2-1) Nolasco (14-8) Johnson (11-5) Sanabia (2-1) Pelfrey (12-7) NIESE (8-5) Duke (6-12) Lohse (2-5) Hanrahan (3-1) McCutchen (2-5) McDonald (2-3) Loe (3-3) Bush (7-11) Zambrano (6-6) Karstens (3-10) Diamond (1-3) Duke (7-12) Lannan (7-6) Marquis (2-7) Burres (3-3) McDonald (3-4) Lowe (12-12) Smith (3-2) Cordero (6-4) Park (1-1) Takahashi (9-6) DICKEY (11-6) Valdes (3-3) Pelfrey (15-9) Meek (5-4) McDonald (4-4) Hanrahan (4-1) Maholm (8-15) Morton (2-11) Suppan (2-7) Myers (14-7) Duke (8-14) Maholm (9-15) Reyes (3-1) Burres (4-4) Walters (2-0) Volstad (12-9)

Losing Pitcher
Contreras (3-3) Lincoln (1-3) McCutchen (1-4) Ohlendorf (1-7) Meek (4-3) Karstens (2-4) Dotel (2-2) Duke (3-9) Norris (2-7) Oswalt (6-11) Karstens (2-5) Bush (4-8) Wolf (7-9) Ohlendorf (1-8) Maholm (6-8) Karstens (2-6) Lincoln (1-4) De La Rosa (3-3) Cook (4-7) Maholm (6-9) Lopez (2-2) McCutchen (1-5) Duke (5-10) Ohlendorf (1-9) Leake (7-3) Karstens (2-7) Francis (4-4) Park (0-1) Street (2-3) Maholm (7-10) Karstens (2-8) McDonald (1-1) Duke (5-11) Meek (4-4) Maholm (7-11) Karstens (2-9) Volstad (6-9) Duke (5-12) Ohlendorf (1-10) Maholm (7-12) Karstens (2-10) McDonald (2-2) SANTANA (10-8) Ohlendorf (1-11) Wainwright (17-8) Westbrook (1-2) Narveson (10-7) Ledezma (0-1) Morton (1-10) Maholm (7-13) Dempster (12-9) McDonald (2-4) Hernandez (9-10) Maholm (7-14) Morton (1-11) Hanson (9-11) Hudson (15-7) Duke (7-13) Ledezma (0-2) Thomas (0-1) Cordero (6-5) Park (1-2) Duke (7-14) Maholm (7-15) Ledezma (0-3) Vasquez (1-6) Enright (6-5) Heilman (5-8) Westbrook (2-4) Lohse (4-8) Burres (3-4) Leroux (0-1) Norris (9-9) Happ (6-3) Gallagher (2-1) Suppan (2-8) McDonald (4-5) Duke (8-15) Mendez (1-3) Morton (2-12) Burres (4-5)

Attendance
28,698 23,210 23,123 24,416 27,767 38,588 34,598 23,273 *36,665 16,638 12,375 13,202 13,532 18,715 18,611 *36,967 18,800 46,608 35,128 34,158 44,534 45,783 43,338 15,172 13,623 20,420 17,131 30,711 *38,147 22,716 23,249 28,335 25,897 36,124 31,608 34,372 13,396 14,156 12,242 15,783 23,695 28,759 24,730 12,393 13,302 12,686 32,130 37,782 35,733 29,538 31,369 33,555 19,734 30,263 18,057 15,330 11,070 13,113 24,908 36,101 26,617 24,384 27,438 29,000 28,790 22,939 25,981 18,331 15,478 11,785 15,802 22,279 25,350 23,208 38,592 38,315 38,112 21,021 23,124 25,332 30,803

Total Home Attendance
786,839

30-52 6 -16.5 30-53 6 -17.0 30-54 6 -18.0 30-55 6 -18.0 30-56 6 -18.0 30-57 6 -18.0 30-58 6 -18.0 ALL-STAR BREAK - N.L. 3, A.L. 1 30-59 6 -19.0 31-59 6 -19.0 32-59 6 -18.5 32-60 6 -19.5 33-60 6 -19.5 34-60 6 -19.5 34-61 6 -19.5 34-62 6 -19.5 34-63 6 -20.0 34-64 6 -20.5 35-64 6 -19.5 36-64 6 -19.5 36-65 6 -20.0 36-66 6 -20.5 36-67 6 -21.5 36-68 36-69 37-69 37-70 38-70 38-71 39-71 39-72 39-73 39-74 39-75 39-76 39-77 39-78 40-78 40-79 40-80 40-81 40-82 40-83 41-83 41-84 42-84 43-84 43-85 43-86 43-87 43-88 44-88 44-89 45-89 45-90 45-91 46-91 47-91 47-92 47-93 47-94 48-94 48-95 48-96 48-97 48-98 49-98 50-98 51-98 52-98 53-98 53-99 53-100 54-100 55-100 55-101 56-101 56-102 56-103 57-103 57-104 57-105 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 -22.5 -23.0 -22.0 -23.0 -22.5 -23.5 -23.5 -24.5 -24.0 -25.0 -25.5 -26.5 -26.5 -27.5 -27.0 -28.0 -29.0 -30.0 -31.0 -31.0 -31.0 -31.0 -30.0 -30.0 -31.0 -31.0 -32.0 -33.0 -33.0 -34.0 -33.0 -34.0 -34.0 -33.0 -32.0 -32.0 -32.5 -33.5 -32.5 -33.5 -33.5 -34.5 -34.5 -33.5 -33.5 -32.5 -33.0 -32.0 -32.5 -32.5 -31.5 -31.5 -32.0 -32.0 -32.0 -33.0 -32.0 -33.0 -34.0

810,112 846,777 863,415 875,790 888,992 902,524 921,239 939,850 976,817 995,617

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AUGUST (8-21)
1,010,789 1,024,412 1,044,832 1,061,963 1,092,674 1,130,821 1,153,537

HISTORY POST-SEASON

1,166,933 1,181,089 1,193,331 1,209,114 1,232,809 1,261,388 1,286,118 1,298,511 1,311,813 1,324,679

SEPTEMBER (12-15)
1,344,413 1,374,676 1,392,733 1,408,063 1,419,133 1,432,246

DEVELOPMENT AFFILIATES

1,455,185 1,481,166 1,499,497 1,514,975 1,526,760 1,542,562 1,564,841 1,590,191 1,613,399

OCTOBER (1-2)
Park (2-2) Sanches (2-2) Sanchez (13-12)

GENERAL

BOLD denotes complete game

* BOLD denotes home sellout (7)

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2010 HIGHS AND LOWS
TEAM BATTING
Most runs, game, Pirates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15, 7/21 vs. MIL Most runs, game, Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, 4/22 vs. MIL Most runs, inning, Pirates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9, 7/20 vs. MIL (1st) Most runs, inning, Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13, 4/11 @ARI (4th) Most hits, game, Pirates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19, 7/18 vs. HOU Most hits, game, Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25, 4/22 vs. MIL Most hits, inning, Pirates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, 7/20 vs. MIL (1st) Most consec. hits, inning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, 4 times, last on 9/3 vs. WAS (5th) Most consec. hits, game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, 5 times, last on 9/3 vs. WAS Most hits, inning, Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, 4/11 @ARI (4th) Fewest hits, game, Pirates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, 7/8 @HOU & 5/11 vs. CIN Fewest hits, game, Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, 9/6 vs. ATL & 7/18 vs. HOU Most doubles, game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, 7/18 vs. HOU Most triples, game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, 6/19 vs. CLE Most home runs, game, Pirates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, 4/28 @MIL Most home runs, game, Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, 3 times, 7/7 @HOU, 4/22 vs. MIL & 4/11 @ARI Most consecutive games, home run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, 8/31-9/7 Most consec. games, HR, Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 7/3-17 Most extra-base hits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, 7/18 vs. HOU Most consecutive games, extra-base hit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45, 8/16-10/3 Most stolen bases, game, Pirates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, 6/9 @WAS Most stolen bases, game, Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, 4/25 @HOU Most left on base (9 innings) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14, 5/22 vs. ATL Most left on base (extra innings) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13, 8/7 vs. COL & 4/7 vs. LA

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2011 PIRATES

TEAM PITCHING
Most strikeouts, game, Pirates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15, 9/10 @CIN Most strikeouts, game, Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19, 4/28 @MIL Most walks, game, Pirates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9, 4/7 vs. LA Most walks, game, Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9, 4/17 vs. CIN & 4/7 vs. LA

HISTORY

TEAM MISCELLANEOUS
Longest winning streak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 games, (9/17-22) Longest losing streak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 games (6/6-18) Longest game, innings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14, 4/28 @MIL Longest game, time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4:39, 4/28 @MIL Longest game, time, 9 innings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3:40, 7/20 vs. MIL Shortest game, time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:39, 8/21 vs. NY (5+innings) Shortest game, time, 9 innings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2:06, 4/23 @HOU Largest margin of victory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 runs, 7/21 vs. MIL (15-3) Largest margin of defeat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 runs, 4/22 vs. MIL (0-20) Largest come from behind victory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 runs, (7/4 vs. PHI) Largest crowd, home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39,024 (4/5 vs. LA) Smallest crowd, home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9,027 (5/11 vs. CIN) Largest crowd, road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46,775 (4/30 @LA) Smallest crowd, road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11,154 (6/25 @OAK) Most errors, game, Pirates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, 6/16 vs. CWS Most errors, game, Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, 7 times (last on 9/25 vs. HOU) Consecutive innings w/out an error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53, 4/11-18 Most double plays turned . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, 5/24 @CIN Rain delays, home (total time) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 (10 hours and 42 minutes) Rain delays, road (total time) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 (6 hours and 10 minutes)

DEVELOPMENT

POST-SEASON

INDIVIDUAL BATTING
Most hits, game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, Walker (7/20 vs. MIL), McCutchen & Jones (5/14 @CHI) Most consecutive hits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, Walker (7/20-21) & McCutchen (5/14-15) Most runs, game. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, McCutchen (5/14 @CHI) Most 2bs, game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, Cedeno (7/18 vs. HOU) & Young (5/24 @CIN) Most 3bs, game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 27 times, last by Jones (9/24 vs. HOU) Most HR, game . . . . . . . . . .2, Alvarez (7/21 vs. MIL & 7/20 vs. MIL), McCutchen (4/28 @MIL) & Jones (7/28 @COL & 4/5 vs. LA) Most extra-base hits . . . . . . . . . . . .3, Jones (7/28 @COL), Cedeno (7/18 vs. HOU), McCutchen (6/5 vs. SF) & Young (5/14 @CIN) Most total bases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11, Jones (7/28 @COL) Most RBI, game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, Young (7/21 vs. MIL), Alvarez (9/30 @FLA & 7/20 vs. MIL) & Jones (5/14 @CHI) Most SB, game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, McCutchen (6/15 vs. CWS) Most walks, game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, 5 times, last by Alvarez (7/19 vs. MIL) Consec. games, home run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, 13 times, last by McCutchen (9/18-19) Longest hitting streak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 games, Walker (8/23-9/12) Grand slams (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alvarez (7/20 vs. MIL) & Doumit (4/27 @MIL) Inside-the-park home runs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .None Leadoff home runs (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .McCutchen (9/19 vs. ARI & 8/4 vs. CIN) & Young (5/17 at PHI) Walkoff home runs (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alvarez (8/7 vs. COL) & Doumit (5/23 vs. ATL)

AFFILIATES

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
Most strikeouts, game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9, Morton (10/2 @FLA) Longest winning streak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 games, Hanrahan (6/1-9/19) Longest losing streak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 games, Karstens (6/29-8/20) Fewest hits, complete game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, Maholm (7/18 vs. HOU) Most walks, game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, McCutchen (7/31 @STL) & Karstens (7/10 @MIL) Most IP, game, starter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.0, Maholm (7/18 vs. HOU) Most IP, game, reliever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1, Gallagher (8/23 vs. STL) & McCutchen (8/8 vs. COL) Most consec. scoreless IP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20.0, McDonald (9/1-18) Most consecutive saves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9, Dotel (5/4-6/1)
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STARTING LINEUPS (WITH TEAM RECORDS)
1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH McCutchen (28-54), Iwamura (13-22), Tabata (10-23), Milledge (2-3), Young (2-1), Crosby (2-0), LaRoche (0-1), Cedeno (0-1) Tabata (23-43), Walker (7-25), LaRoche (10-10), McCutchen (7-10), Young (2-8), Crosby (3-6), Jones (0-2), Alvarez (2-0), Presley (2-0), Milledge (1-0), Iwamura (0-1) Walker (27-48), McCutchen (18-35), Milledge (7-10), Jones (2-3), Doumit (2-2), LaRoche (1-1), Church (0-2), Young (0-2), Tabata (0-2) Jones (51-95), Alvarez (4-6), Doumit (2-2), Church (0-2) Alvarez (24-45), Doumit (13-27), Church (6-15), Milledge (9-8), Pearce (1-2), Bowker (2-0), Crosby (1-1), Walker (0-2), Young (1-1), LaRoche (0-1), Clement (0-1), Snyder (0-1), Jones (0-1) Doumit (20-30), Milledge (12-24), Clement (8-10), Alvarez (4-9), Bowker (4-8), Church (2-6), LaRoche (1-7), Crosby (1-4), Pearce (2-2), Young (1-3), Cedeno (1-2), Moss (1-0) Cedeno (9-26), LaRoche (9-14), Milledge (7-12), Clement (4-10), Doumit (6-8), Snyder (4-9), Jaramillo (4-5), Young (1-7), Crosby (3-4), Church (1-5), Bowker (2-2), Kratz (2-1), Iwamura (1-2), Pearce (2-0), Moss (1-0) Cedeno (32-37), Pitcher (10-14), Snyder (7-17), Jaramillo (0-14), Crosby (2-7), Diaz (1-7), Kratz (2-3), LaRoche (2-1), Milledge (0-2), Young (0-2), Moss (1-0), Iwamura (0-1) Pitcher (47-82), Cedeno (10-14), Crosby (0-7), Jaramillo (0-2)

ORGANIZATION

2011 PIRATES

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STARTING POSITIONS (WITH TEAM RECORDS)
1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF CDH Jones (34-72), Clement (12-21), Pearce (5-4), Crosby (1-4), Bowker (4-0), Doumit (0-3), LaRoche (1-1) Walker (33-71), Iwamura (14-26), Crosby (5-5), LaRoche (3-1), Young (2-2) Alvarez (34-60), LaRoche (19-33), Young (1-6), Walker (1-4), Crosby (2-2) Cedeno (52-80), Crosby (4-18), Diaz (1-7) Tabata (30-62), Milledge (23-33), Church (3-9), Jones (0-1), Presley (1-0) McCutchen (53-99), Tabata (3-6), Church (1-0) Jones (19-27), Milledge (15-26), Church (5-18), Doumit (5-12), Young (4-12), Bowker (5-10), Moss (3-0), Presley (1-0) Doumit (38-53), Snyder (11-27), Jaramillo (4-21), Kratz (4-4) Young (0-4), Church (0-3), Doumit (0-1), Jones (0-1)

HISTORY

DIFFERENT LINEUPS USED: 114

POST-SEASON

SCORE BY INNINGS
OPPONENT PIRATES 1 103 92 2 84 59 3 122 60 4 135 80 5 82 56 6 95 55 7 102 61 8 90 72 9 42 45 EX 11 7 TOTAL 866 587

DEVELOPMENT

DISABLED LIST
PLAYER Jose Ascanio Joel Hanranhan Ross Ohlendorf Chris Jakubauskas TYPE DATE PLACED 4/4 4/4 4/17 (retro to 4/12) 4/25 7/16 5/4 (retro to 4/28) 5/20 (retro to 5/18) 5/25 8/4 5/28 6/23 (retro to 6/17) 7/22 8/23 (retro to 8/21) 9/7 8/25 (retro to 8/24) 9/7 REASON righth shoulder surgery right elbow flexor strain back spasms head contusion/concussion left oblique strain left hamstring tightness right ankle sprain right shoulder fatigue left elbow ulnar flexor strain concussion left knee irritation REHAB (IF ANY) GCL (8/2), Bradenton (8/5) Bradenton (4/5-11) Altoona (5/5) Brad. (6/3-28), Indy (6/29-8/15) ---Altoona (5/28-31) Brad. (6/17-18), Indy (6/19-30) Indianapolis (6/5-7/1) Altoona (7/5-10) Indianapolis (8/2-6) ---REINSTATED ---4/12 5/10 8/18 5/20 6/2 ---7/2 7/14 8/7 ------GAMES MISSED 162 6 24 102 19 14 117 31 22 15 40 37 60-day 15-day 15-day 15-day 60-day Brendan Donnelly 15-day Jack Taschner 15-day Steve Pearce 15-day 60-day Charlie Morton 15-day Zach Duke 15-day Ryan Doumit 15-day Jeff Clement 15-day 60-day Ross Ohlendorf 15-day 60-day

AFFILIATES GENERAL

muscle strain/right upper back ----

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2010-2011 TRANSACTIONS
MARCH
14 Argenis Diaz Brandon Jones Ramon Aguero Gorkys Hernandez Ronald Uviedo Brad Lincoln Donnie Veal Bryan Morris Pedro Alvarez Jose Tabata Kevin Hart Chris Jakubauskas Neil Walker Hayden Penn Brandon Moss Steve Pearce Ramon Vazquez Jose Ascanio Joel Hanrahan D.J. Carrasco Jack Taschner Optioned to Indianapolis Optioned to Indianapolis Optioned to Altoona Optioned to Altoona Optioned to Altoona Optioned to Indianapolis Optioned to Indianapolis Optioned to Bradenton Optioned to Indianapolis Optioned to Indianapolis Optioned to Indianapolis Optioned to Indianapolis Optioned to Indianapolis Claimed off waivers from Florida Designated for assignment 9 Brad Lincoln Jose Tabata Jeff Clement Jack Taschner Pedro Alvarez Aki Iwamura Steve Pearce Chris Jakubauskas Aki Iwamura Zach Duke Dana Eveland Steven Jackson Justin Thomas Daniel McCutchen Steven Jackson Chris Jakubauskas Charlie Morton Zach Duke Sean Gallagher Daniel McCutchen Zach Duke Jason Jaramillo Justin Thomas Erik Kratz Chris Jakubauskas Jason Jaramillo Ryan Doumit Steven Jackson Wil Ledezma Brendan Donnelly Brad Lincoln Chris Snyder Pedro Ciriaco James McDonald Andrew Lambo Joseph Martinez John Bowker D.J. Carrasco Bobby Crosby Ryan Church Octavio Dotel Javier Lopez Jeff Clement Argenis Diaz Justin Thomas Jose Ascanio Ryan Doumit Chan Ho Park Chris Resop Steven Jackson Steve Pearce Justin Thomas Ryan Doumit Erik Kratz Ray Searage Jeff Banister Joe Kerrigan Gary Varsho Chris Jakubauskas Justin Thomas Jeff Clement Brian Burres Ross Ohlendorf Charlie Morton Justin Thomas John Bowker Jeff Clement Joe Martinez Jeff Clement Recalled from Indianapolis Recalled from Indianapolis Optioned to Indianapolis Designated for assignment Recalled from Indianapolis Designated for assignment Assigned to Bradenton for rehab assignment Assigned to Bradenton for rehab assignment Optioned to Indianapolis Placed on 15-day D.L. (retro to 6/17) Designated for assignment Recalled from Indianapolis Selected from Indianapolis Recalled from Indianapolis Optioned to Indianapolis

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JULY
1 2 5 7 8 11 12 16 22 26 Rehab assignment transferred to Indianapolis Recalled from rehab, reinstated from D.L. and optioned to Indianapolis Assigned to Altoona for rehab assignment Acquired from San Diego Optioned to Indianapolis Recalled from rehab and reinstated from D.L. Optioned to Indianapolis Optioned to Indianapolis Selected from Indianapolis Transferred to 60-day D.L. Recalled from Indianapolis Placed on 15-day D.L. Recalled from Indianapolis Selected from Indianapolis Designated for assignment Optioned to Indianapolis Acquired from Arizona Acquired from Arizona, assigned to Indianapolis Acquired from Los Angeles Acquired from Los Angeles, assigned to Altoona Acquired from San Francisco, assigned to Indy Acquired from San Francisco, assigned to Indy Traded to Arizona Traded to Arizona Traded to Arizona Traded to Los Angeles Traded to San Francisco Recalled from Indianapolis Recalled from Indianapolis

APRIL
4

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Optioned to Indianapolis Designated for assignment Placed on 60-day disabled list Placed on 15-day disabled list Selected from Indianapolis Selected from Indianapolis

OPENING DAY ROSTER (APRIL 6)
Pitchers (12) Catchers (2) Infielders (6) Outfielders (5) D.L. (2) 8 12 D.J. Carrasco, Brendan Donnelly, Octavio Dotel, Zach Duke, Javier Lopez, Paul Maholm, Daniel McCutchen, Evan Meek, Charlie Morton, Ross Ohlendorf, Hayden Penn, Jack Taschner Ryan Doumit, Jason Jaramillo Ronny Cedeno, Jeff Clement, Bobby Crosby, Aki Iwamura, Andy LaRoche, Delwyn Young Ryan Church, Garrett Jones, Andrew McCutchen, Lastings Milledge, John Raynor Jose Ascanio, Joel Hanrahan Assigned to Bradenton for rehab assignment Recalled from rehab and reinstated from D.L. Selected from Indianapolis Optioned to Indianapolis Designated for assignment Placed on 15-day D.L. (retro to 4/12) Recalled from Indianapolis Recalled from Indianapolis Optioned to Indianapolis Recalled from Indianapolis Optioned to Indianapolis Recalled from Indianapolis Selected from Indianapolis Placed on 15-day D.L. Optioned to Indianapolis Designated for assignment Selected from Indianapolis Designated for assignment

HISTORY

31

16 21 23 25

DEVELOPMENT

27

Joel Hanrahan Joel Hanrahan Brian Burres Daniel McCutchen Hayden Penn Ross Ohlendorf Daniel McCutchen Argenis Diaz Brian Burres Chris Jakubauskas Argenis Diaz Brian Burres Brian Bass Chris Jakubauskas Daniel McCutchen Brandon Jones Jeff Karstens John Raynor Steve Pearce Brendan Donnelly Ross Ohlendorf Ross Ohlendorf Brian Bass Brendan Donnelly Jack Taschner Neil Walker Steve Pearce Steven Jackson Charlie Morton Jack Taschner Dana Eveland Ronald Uviedo Jack Taschner Steven Jackson Dana Eveland Brian Burres

POST-SEASON

AUGUST
1 2 4 Recalled from Indianapolis Assigned to GCL Pirates for rehab assignment Assigned to Indianapolis for rehab assignment Claimed off waivers from New York (AL) Claimed off waivers from Atlanta Designated for assignment Transferred to 60-day D.L. Optioned to Indianapolis Recalled from rehab and reinstated from D.L. Optioned to Indianapolis Named interim Pitching Coach Named interim Bench Coach Relieved of duties as Pitching Coach Relieved of duties as Bench Coach Recalled from rehab, reinstated from D.L. and outrighted to Indianapolis Recalled from Indianapolis Placed on 15-day D.L. (retro to 8/21) Recalled from Indianapolis Placed on 15-day D.L. (retro to 8/24) Recalled from Indianapolis Optioned to Indianapolis

MAY
4 5 10 Recalled from Indianapolis Placed on 15-day D.L. (retro to 4/28) Assigned to Altoona for rehab assignment Recalled from rehab and reinstated from D.L. Designated for assignment Reinstated from D.L. Placed on 15-day D.L. (retro to 5/18) Recalled from Indianapolis Placed on 15-day D.L. Selected from Indianapolis Placed on 15-day D.L. Assigned to Altoona for rehab assignment 6 7 8

AFFILIATES

20 25 28 29

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JUNE
1 2 4 Acquired from Toronto Traded to Toronto Recalled from rehab and reinstated from D.L. Optioned to Indianapolis Officially joined team Optioned to Indianapolis

SEPTEMBER
1 5 Recalled from Indianapolis Assigned to Indianapolis for rehab assignmen Recalled from Indianapolis Recalled from rehab assignment

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7 Pedro Ciriaco Jason Jaramillo Brad Lincoln Justin Thomas Brian Bass Steven Jackson Brandon Moss Alex Presley Jeff Clement Ross Ohlendorf Aki Iwamura Erik Kratz Chris Leroux Brian Bass John Russell Jose Ascanio Ross Ohlendorf Steve Pearce Jeff Clement Sean Gallagher Steven Jackson Brandon Moss Justin Thomas Clint Hurdle Zach Duke Recalled from Indianapolis Recalled from Indianapolis Recalled from Indianapolis Recalled from Indianapolis Selected from Indianapolis Selected from Indianapolis Selected from Indianapolis Selected from Indianapolis Transferred to 60-day D.L. Transferred to 60-day D.L. Designated for assignment Designated for assignment Claimed off waivers from Florida Designated for assignment Andy LaRoche Delwyn Young Mike Crotta Jeff Locke Kyle McPherson Daniel Moskos Tony Watson Zach Duke Jaff Banister Nick Leyva Gregg Ritchie Euclides Rojas Ray Searage Luis Silverio Mark Strittmatter Brian Burres Argenis Diaz Lastings Milledge Donnie Veal Josh Rodriguez Cesar Valdez Scott Olsen Matt Diaz Lyle Overbay Kevin Correia Joe Martinez Aaron Thompson Wil Ledezma Designated for assignment Designtaed for assignment Selected from Indianapolis Selected from Altoona Selected from Altoona Selected from Indianapolis Selected from Altoona Traded to Arizona Named Bench Coach Named Third Base Coach Named Hitting Coach Named Bullpen Coach Named Pitching Coach Named First Base Coach Named Major League Coach

ORGANIZATION

7

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OCTOBER
4 3 Relieved as duties as Manager

DECEMBER
2 Non-tendered a contract for 2011 Non-tendered a contract for 2011 Non-tendered a contract for 2011 Non-tendered a contract for 2011 Selected in Rule Five Draft Acquired from Arizona to complete 11/19 deal Signed as a free agent Signed as a free agent Signed as a free agent Signed as a free agent Designated for assignment Claimed of waivers from Washington Designated for assignment

NOVEMBER
Reinstated from 60-day D.L. Reinstated from 60-day D.L. Reinstated from 60-day D.L. Reinstated from 60-day D.L; outrighted to Indianapolis Outrighted to Indianapolis Outrighted to Indianapolis Outrighted to Indianapolis Outrighted to Indianapolis Hired as Manager Designated for assignment

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HISTORY

2010 BUCS WHEN...
Leading after 6 . . . . . . . . . . .39-10 Tied after 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11-7 Trailing after 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-89 Leading after 7 . . . . . . . . . . . .42-4 Tied after 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10-9 Trailing after 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-91 Leading after 8 . . . . . . . . . . . .48-2 Tied after 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-8 Trailing after 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-94 Scoring first . . . . . . . . . . . . .39-31 Opp. score first . . . . . . . . . . .18-74 Scoring 4+ . . . . . . . . . . . . .42-23 Scoring less than 4 . . . . . . . .15-82 Outhitting Opp. . . . . . . . . . . .37-16 Being out-hit . . . . . . . . . . . . .10-79 Hits are equal . . . . . . . . . . . .10-10 Comeback wins . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Wins in final AB . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Losses in final AB . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Playing errorless . . . . . . . . . .28-42 Homered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38-45 2+ homers . . . . . . . . . . . . .21-13 Series (W-L-T) . . . . . . . . . .16-32-4 Series Sweeps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Swept in a Series . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Interleague . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-13 Before the break . . . . . . . . . .30-58 After the break . . . . . . . . . . .27-47 Starter goes 6.0ip+ . . . . . . .42-46 Starter goes less than 6.0ip . . . . . . .15-59

POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT

EJECTIONS (5)
DATE 4/28 4/28 5/22 6/20 7/20 OPP . at Mil at Mil vs. Atl vs. Cle vs. Mil PLAYER/COACH Ryan Church Andy LaRoche John Russell John Russell John Russell UMPIRE DJ Reyburn DJ Reyburn Tim Timmons Paul Emmel DJ Reyburn REASON Arguing balls and strikes Arguing balls and strikes Arguing safe call at first base Arguing fair/foul ball call at 1B Arguing HBP of Craig Counsell

AFFILIATES

CATCHERS THROWING
CS/ATT
Doumit Jaramillo Kratz Snyder 6/74 6/22 4/7 5/15

% PICKOFFS PB
8% 27% 57% 29% 1 0 0 0 9 1 0 1

ERA
(798.1ip/437er) 4.93 (222.0ip/140er) 5.68 (77.1ip/38er) 4.42 (314.0ip/169er) 4.84

CAUGHT STEALINGS BY PITCHERS ........11 PITCHER PICKOFFS.................................. 4 SB OFF PITCHERS.................................... 2 NO THROWS .......................................... 11 OTHERS (double steals)............................4
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PITCHER
PLAYER
Bass,B Burres,B Carrasco,D Donnelly,B Dotel,O Duke,Z Eveland,D Gallagher,S Hanrahan,J Jackson,S Jakubauskas,C Karstens,J Ledezma,W Leroux,C Lincoln,B Lopez,J Maholm,P Martinez,J McCutchen,D McDonald,J Meek,E Morton,C Ohlendorf,R Park,C Penn,H Resop,C Taschner,J Thomas,J

TEAM
PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT

T
R L R R R L L R R R R R L R R L L R R R R R R R R R L L

PCT
1.000 1.000 .933 1.000 .875 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .889 .938 1.000 .955 .923 1.000 .857 .778 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000

RANK
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

G
4 20 45 38 41 29 3 31 72 11 1 26 27 6 11 50 32 5 28 11 70 17 21 26 3 22 17 12

GS
0 13 0 0 0 29 1 0 0 0 1 19 0 0 9 0 32 0 9 11 0 17 21 0 0 0 0 0

PO
0 0 6 2 3 11 2 3 5 1 0 12 0 0 6 3 12 1 9 5 19 6 6 0 0 2 1 0

A
1 13 8 3 4 23 5 9 5 1 0 15 2 0 7 13 33 0 12 7 14 12 8 11 0 2 6 2

E
0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 1 1 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 0

TC
1 13 15 5 8 34 7 12 10 2 0 27 2 0 13 18 48 1 22 13 33 21 18 11 0 4 7 2

DP
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TP
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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CATCHER

HISTORY

PLAYER
Doumit,R Jaramillo,J Kratz,E Snyder,C

TEAM
PIT PIT PIT PIT

T
R R R R

PCT
.990 .984 1.000 .990

RANK
12 0 0 6

G
100 31 9 40

GS
91 25 8 38

PO
533 170 56 268

A
55 12 9 26

E
6 3 0 3

TC
594 185 65 297

DP
3 2 0 1

TP
0 0 0 0

PB
9 1 0 1

FIRST BASE
PLAYER TEAM
PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT

T
L R R R L R R

PCT
.970 .994 1.000 .962 .991 1.000 .988

RANK
0 0 0 0 11 0 0

G
5 38 7 3 112 2 11

GS
4 33 5 3 106 2 9

PO
29 295 47 23 893 15 78

A
3 18 3 2 88 0 7

E
1 2 0 1 9 0 1

TC
33 315 50 26 990 15 86

DP
1 20 6 1 70 2 8

TP
0 0 0 0 0 0 0

POST-SEASON

Bowker,J Clement,J Crosby,B Doumit,R Jones,G LaRoche,A Pearce,S

SECOND BASE
PLAYER
Crosby,B Iwamura,A LaRoche,A Walker,N Young,D

TEAM
PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT

T
R R R R R

PCT
1.000 .983 .950 .985 1.000

RANK
0 0 0 0 0

G
15 40 6 105 10

GS
10 40 4 104 4

PO
18 75 8 222 5

A
21 94 11 234 11

E
0 3 1 7 0

TC
39 172 20 463 16

DP
2 26 1 62 2

TP
0 0 0 0 0

DEVELOPMENT

THIRD BASE
PLAYER
Alvarez,P Crosby,B LaRoche,A Walker,N Young,D

TEAM
PIT PIT PIT PIT PIT

T
R R R R R

PCT
.938 1.000 .938 .933 .842

RANK
0 0 0 0 0

G
94 8 54 6 8

GS
94 4 52 5 7

PO
61 1 33 4 6

A
198 11 119 10 10

E
17 0 10 1 3

TC
276 12 162 15 19

DP
17 0 8 0 1

TP
0 0 0 0 0

SHORTSTOP
PLAYER TEAM
PIT PIT PIT PIT

T
R R R R

PCT
.969 1.000 .922 .923

RANK
7 0 0 0

G
136 1 22 15

GS
132 0 22 8

PO
183 1 33 5

A
382 2 62 19

E
18 0 8 2

TC
583 3 103 26

DP
68 1 9 3

TP
0 0 0 0

AFFILIATES

Cedeno,R Ciriaco,P Crosby,B Diaz,A

OUTFIELD
PLAYER
Bowker,J Church,R Doumit,R Jones,G McCutchen,A Milledge,L Moss,B Presley,A Raynor,J Tabata,J Young,D

TEAM
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Now in their 125th National League season, the Pittsburgh Pirates own a history filled with World Championships, legendary players and some of baseball’s most dramatic games and moments.
The Pirates’ roots in Pittsburgh actually date back to April 15, 1876, when the Pittsburgh Alleghenys brought professional baseball to the city by playing their first game at Union Park. In 1877, the Alleghenys were accepted into the minor-league International Association, but disbanded the following year. Baseball returned to Pittsburgh for good in 1882 when the Alleghenys reformed and joined the American Association, a rival of the National League. After the 1886 season, the Kansas City franchise was expelled from the N.L. and Pittsburgh President William A. Nimmick’s application for membership was accepted. On April 30, 1887, the Alleghenys defeated the defending league-champion Chicago White Stockings, 6-2, before a crowd of nearly 10,000 at Recreation Park. The victorious beginning was not an indication of things to come, however, as the team managed to finish higher than 1885 Alleghenys fifth only once in the 13 remaining seasons of the century. In 1890, the Alleghenys’ roster was demolished when key players jumped to a new rival to the National League — the Players League. They staggered to a club-record 113 losses as the two leagues engaged in a bitter battle over talent. When the Players League folded after only one season, all players were expected to return to the clubs they played for in 1889. But in 1891 Pittsburgh signed Louis Bierbauer, a second baseman with Brooklyn of the Players League who had spent the previous four seasons with the Philadelphia Athletics. The A’s and their American Association brethren immediately accused Pittsburgh of ‘’pirating’’ Bierbauer away from them. Pittsburgh kept the player and the nickname and became known as the Pirates thereafter. The fortunes of the Pirates turned in 1900 when the National League reduced its membership from 12 to eight teams. As part of the move, Barney Dreyfuss, owner of the defunct Louisville club, acquired controlling interest of the Pirates. In the largest player transaction in Pirate history, the Hall-of-Fame owner brought 14 players with him from the Louisville roster, including Hall of Famers Honus Wagner, Fred Clarke and Rube Waddell — plus standouts Deacon Phillippe, Chief Zimmer, Claude Ritchey and Tommy Leach. All would play significant roles as the Pirates became the league’s dominant franchise, winning pennants in 1901, 1902 and 1903 and a World championship in 1909. Wagner, dubbed ‘’The Flying Dutchman,’’ was the game’s premier player during the decade, winning seven batting titles and leading the majors in hits (1,850) and RBI (956) from 1900-1909. One of the pioneers of the game, Dreyfuss is sometimes called ‘’The Father of the World Series’’ because he challenged Henry Killilea, the owner of the American League champion Boston Pilgrims, to a post-season playoff in 1903 to determine who was baseball’s best team. On October 1, 1903, Phillippe defeated the legendary Cy Young, 7-3, in the first World Series game ever played. Boston, however, later emerged as the Series winner, overcoming a threegames-to-one deficit to win the best-of-nine competition, five games to three.

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The Pirates finished as runner-up three times in the next five years before getting another shot at a World Series title in 1909. The Bucs won a club-record 110 games that year with three pitchers — Howie Camnitz (25), Vic Willis (22) and Lefty Leifield (19) combining for 66 victories. The Series pitted the league’s batting champions — Wagner and Detroit’s Ty Cobb against each other, but rookie pitcher Babe Adams, who was 12-3 during the regular season, emerged as the Series hero for the Pirates. While Camnitz, Willis and Leifield failed to win a game, Adams won three, including a six-hit shutout in the seventh and deciding game. It was the last of four titles the Pirates would win under Clarke, who managed the club until 1915. The 1909 season also marked the beginning of a new era in ballparks as the Pirates christened Forbes Field on June 30 that year. Since 1891, the Pirates had called Exposition Park — which was located on virtually the same site as Three Rivers Stadium — their home. Described as the “Hialeah of Ballparks” when it opened, Forbes Field would remain the home of the Pirates for six decades and would host many great moments. Pittsburgh sank to the league’s second division for most of the next decade, but by the early 1920’s — with an influx of outstanding talent which included future Hall of Famers Pie Traynor, Kiki Cuyler, Rabbit Maranville and Max Carey — Pittsburgh was again a contender. After three straight third-place finishes from 1922 to 1924, the Pirates won the N.L. title by eight and a half games over the second-place New York Giants in 1925. The Series matched Pittsburgh against the Washington Senators, who jumped out to a three-games-to-one lead. The Pirates, however, bounced back to win the final three games and the Series. Their miraculous comeback included a 15-hit pounding of Hall of Famer Walter ‘’Big Train’’ Johnson in Game Seven. In 1926, a rookie named Paul Waner joined the Bucs and batted .336. A year later, his brother Lloyd joined him and belted out 223 hits for a club rookie record .355
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average and the Pirates were again National League champions. Paul, who was nicknamed ‘’Big Poison’’ — batted .300 or better 14 times, captured three batting titles and collected 200 or more hits in eight different seasons. He was named the league’s Most Valuable Player in 1927 and went on to compile 3,152 hits and a .333 career batting average. Lloyd — who was tagged ‘’Little Poison’’ — hit .300 or better in 10 of his first 12 seasons, compiled a career mark of .316 and accumulated 2,450 hits. Both were elected to the Hall of Fame.

The 1927 World Series featured the Pirates against New York’s famed ‘’Murderer’s Row’’ with Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig who swept Pittsburgh in four straight games. The next 33 years, Pirate fans went without a pennant winner, although they were not denied their share of great players and great moments. The Waners were consistently among baseball’s premier hitters during the 1930’s with Paul amassing more hits (1,959) during the decade than any player in baseball. Traynor was one of the era’s best all-around players and is generally regarded as one of the finest third basemen ever to play the game. Shortstop Arky Vaughan topped the .300-mark in each of his 10 seasons with the Pirates (1932-1941) and his .385 average in 1935 has gone unequalled by any National League performer. He, too, is enshrined at Cooperstown. Hall of Famer Ralph Kiner won or shared the N.L. home run title in each of the seven seasons that he wore a Pirates uniform (1946-52) — which is a streak that has never been matched in either league. In 1956, Pirate first baseman Dale Long hit home runs in a record eight straight games between May 19th and May 28th (that mark was matched by Don Mattingly in 1987 and Ken Griffey Jr. in 1993). Three years later, Harvey Haddix hurled what many consider the greatest game ever pitched when he retired 36 straight Milwaukee Braves hitters over 12 innings on May 26, 1959. The same year, ElRoy Face won 17 straight games in relief. Though the Pirates failed to finish higher than seventh from 1950 through 1957, the foundation for another championship was being put into place. Standout players were added throughout the decade, including 2001 Hall-of-Fame inductee Bill Mazeroski, Dick Groat, Vernon Law, Bob Friend, Bill Virdon, Face and Hall-of-Fame right fielder Roberto Clemente. In 1956, Pirate owner John Galbreath hired Joe L. Brown as general manager. With the club languishing in last place at 36-67 midway through the 1957 campaign, Brown promoted coach Danny Murtaugh to field manager. Within three seasons, the Bucs were again champions of the National League and again matched against the powerful New York Yankees in the World Series. This time the Bronx Bombers featured Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris. The 1960 World Series remains one of the most incredible post-season encounters ever on record. The Yankees won Game Two, Game Three and Game Six by a combined score of 38-3, but the Pirates used great pitching, defense and timely hitting to stretch the Series to a seventh game at Forbes Field. Pittsburgh took a 9-7 lead into the ninth — thanks to Hal Smith’s three-run homer in the eighth — but the Yankees came up with two runs in the top of the ninth to tie the score. The game and the Series ended, however, in the bottom of the ninth as Mazeroski belted what is perhaps the most dramatic home run in baseball history off Ralph Terry. Mazeroski was the only player in baseball history ever to end a World Series with a home run until Joe Carter of Toronto accomplished the feat in Game Six of the 1993 fall classic. During the 1960’s, Clemente established himself among the game’s elite players. He collected more hits (1,877) than anyone during the decade and would go on to reach the 3,000-hit plateau in 1972. During his marvelous career, he topped the .300 mark 13 times, won four batting titles and was named the National League’s Most Valuable Player in 1966.

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During the 1970’s, the Pirates were again among baseball’s premier teams. In that 10-year span, they won six division titles and finished as low as third only once. In the first 25 years of divisional play, the Bucs won more games (2,100) and finished first more often (nine times) than any other N.L. East club. The Pirates put together a 2,100-1,878 record during that period (.528 winning %). The Pirates captured two more World Championships during the 1970’s. Their 1971 victory over Baltimore was a showcase for Clemente, who batted .414 and received the Series MVP award. In 1979, the Pirates became only the fourth team in history to erase a three-games-to-one deficit when they again bested the Orioles in seven games. Hall of Famer Willie Stargell took home MVP honors — as he did during the regular season — with a .400 batting average, three home runs (including the Series’ deciding blow in Game Seven) and seven RBI. It was a fitting conclusion to the decade for Stargell, who was the leading homerun hitter of the 1970’s (296). While the Pirates brought two world championships back to Pittsburgh during the 1970s, the Pittsburgh Steelers also came to prominence. The Steelers won four Super Bowls during the 70s, which, coupled with the Pirates success, helped garner Pittsburgh the “City of Champions” label. On October 2, 1985, the Galbreath family and Warner Communications sold the club to Pittsburgh Associates; a group of private investors who were committed to keeping the team in Pittsburgh.

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Financial Corporation, PPG Industries, USX Corporation, Westinghouse Electric Company, Eugene and Raymond Litman, John McConnell and Harvey M. Walken. After several lean years in the mid-eighties, the Pirates returned to contention in 1988 when they finished in second place and broke the club’s 28-year-old attendance mark. With players like Barry Bonds, Doug Drabek, Bobby Bonilla and Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh started the decade of the 1990’s in fine fashion, winning the N.L. East title three straight years. The Bucs became the first team to win three straight division titles since the Philadelphia Phillies accomplished the feat between 1976 and 1978. Bonds captured MVP honors in 1990 and 1992, while Drabek won the Cy Young award in ‘90. Manager Jim Leyland took home N.L. Manager-of-the-Year honors in both 1990 and 1992. In his 11 seasons at the helm, Leyland won 849 games, placing him third on the club’s All-Time Managerial win list. Pittsburgh was on the brink of a World Series berth in both the 1991 and 1992 season, but the Pirates lost the seventh and deciding game each year to the Atlanta Braves. In 1992, Pittsburgh came within three outs of the Fall Classic. But in the bottom of the ninth inning at Atlanta’s Fulton County Stadium, the Braves triumphed with three runs and won the game 3-2 and the series, four-games-to-three. The people of Pittsburgh and the surrounding Tri-State area responded well to the club’s success in the nineties as the Pirates drew in excess of two million fans in both 1990 and 1991. A crowd of 59,568, the largest ever to watch a professional baseball game in Pittsburgh, witnessed the 65th Major League Baseball All-Star Game, played at Three Rivers Stadium on July 12, 1994. In one of the most thrilling All-Star Games ever to be played, the National League prevailed over the American League in extra frames. Fred McGriff helped send the game into extra innings when he delivered a two-run, pinch-hit home run off Lee Smith in the bottom of the ninth inning that tied the score. After the American League failed to score in the top of the 10th inning, the National League broke it’s six-game losing streak when Tony Gwynn scored on a double by Moises Alou. A new chapter of Pirate history began on February 14, 1996, when Kevin McClatchy and his group of investors purchased the storied franchise from Pittsburgh Ricardo Rincon and Francisco Cordova Associates. Picked by many publications to finish last in 1997, the Pirates remained in the division race until the final weekend of the season and the club was named USA Today’s “Organization of the Year” at the conclusion of the season. Major League Baseball also underwent a change in 1997 with the birth of Interleague play. That season, the Pirates welcomed the Kansas City Royals to Three Rivers Stadium on June 13 for the club’s first interleague matchup, which Pittsburgh won by a score of 4-1. While the Barry Bonds Bucs contended for the division during the entire season, one of the most memorable moments of the season came on July 12, 1997. That night, pitchers Francisco Cordova and Ricardo Rincon thrilled Pirates fans with the only combined, extra-inning no-hitter in major league history. The game ended in the bottom of the 10th inning when Mark Smith delivered a three-run home run for the 3-0 win. The 2000 season brought an end to a full century of great moments, a 100-year period which began with three straight National League pennants and ended with an aura of hope and dreams of more championships to come. With a new home on the horizon, the Bucs said goodbye to Three Rivers Stadium with their final game ever played there on October 1, 2000. Three no-hitters, Clemente’s 3000th hit, two All-Star Games, countless playoff games, two World Championships and endless summer evenings can be associated with no other place in the history of Pittsburgh than Three Rivers Stadium. The Pirates closed out their 30-year tenure at Three Rivers Stadium with a 10-9 loss to the Chicago Cubs in the final game of what was the club’s home since 1970. Pittsburgh native John Wehner smacked the final home run in the history of the ballpark off Chicago’s Jon Lieber. Ironically, Wehner also grounded out to third base for the final out ever at Three Rivers. With the loss, Pittsburgh closed out Three Rivers Stadium with a record of 1,324 wins and 1,082 losses. In the early morning of February 11, 2001, Pittsburgh bid farewell to Three Rivers when the home of the Pirates and Steelers was imploded. PNC Park officially opened its gates on April 9, 2001. Regarded by many as the best ballpark ever
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built, PNC Park is an intimate two-level structure which offers all fans dramatic views of the downtown skyline as well as the natural grass playing surface. After touring all 30 major league ballparks during the summer of 2003, ESPN.com ranked PNC Park as the best in baseball. The anticipation and joy of a new ballpark turned to sorrow, when on the morning of the first regular season game at PNC Park, a beloved member of the Pirates family was lost when Willie Stargell passed away on April 9, 2001. Despite suffering 100 losses for just the seventh time in club history in 2001, fans came out in record numbers as the Bucs played in front of 19 sellouts and a total of 2,436,139 customers during the inaugural season at PNC Park. On June 25, 2002, the Pirates registered the 9,000th win in the history of the franchise with a 4-1 victory over the Montreal Expos, thus becoming just the fourth club to produce 9,000 wins. The Pirates have had a long list of sluggers in their history and Brian Giles added his name to that list during his five seasons in a Bucco uniform. He hit 30 or more home runs in each of his first four seasons with the club, just one of three Pirates to hit 30 or more long balls in four consecutive years (also Hall-ofFamers Ralph Kiner and Willie Stargell). His 165 home runs with Pittsburgh rank sixth in club history.

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Catcher Jason Kendall spent each of his first nine big league seasons in a Pittsburgh uniform after being selected in the first round of the 1992 June draft. In that time, he made 1,205 appearances behind the plate. That figure ranks first all-time in the annals of the club, 50 games ahead of George Gibson, who caught for the Bucs from 1906 thru 1915. Kendall surpassed Gibson’s 90-year-old record in Los Angeles on August 3, 2004.

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For the first time in team history a Pittsburgh player captured Rookie-ofthe-Year honors as outfielder Jason Bay took home the honors in 2004. A two-time National League All-Star, Bay was a fan favorite at the 2006 AllStar Game in Pittsburgh. The national spotlight shined once again on the city of Pittsburgh during the 2006 season as the Major League Baseball All-Star Game was played at PNC Park, marking the fifth time the event has been held in the Steel City. The American League won a dramatic 3-2 decision in the Midsummer Classic as the Pirates became the first team in baseball history to host the All-Star Game in three different venues. Also in 2006, Freddy Sanchez added his name to the club’s record list of 25 batting champions as his .344 average led the National League. Sanchez banged out 200 hits in 2006 and led the N.L. with 53 doubles while being named to his first of two All-Star teams. On January 18, 2007, Bob Nutting officially assumed control of the ballclub, thus becoming only the sixth principal owner in the Pirates storied history. Following a deep look into the team’s operations, Nutting has built a fundamentally different organization by introducing Frank Coonelly as the team’s new president on September 13, 2007 and, in-turn, Neal Huntington as the team’s new general manager on September 25, 2007. From there the new leadership team has made significant changes to each of the three major areas – Major League manager/coaching staff, Scouting Director and Farm Director, with the goal of building an organization that can consistently compete. Andrew McCutchen In the last two years, fans witnessed the debut of 2005 first-round draft pick Andrew McCutchen and the emergence of many other young players, including Pedro Alvarez, Neil Walker and Jose Tabata. As the organization enters the second decade of the millennium, the future once again looks bright for the Pirates and their fans.

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Pittsburgh Pirates Uniform History 1900-1910: The jersey of this period was short-sleeved with no trim except for
a dark blue collar. Stockings were dark blue with red stripes and the cap was blue with a white "P". A "PBC" monogram signifying Pittsburgh Baseball Club was also added to the left sleeve later in the decade. style with a button collar. Pinstriped material was also introduced. As the team nickname became more accepted, "Pirates" was displayed in capital letters down the button lapel (1912). The cadet-style collar soon gave way to a tapered collar extension, but the button lapel remained solid dark blue with white buttons and a "P-P" straddling the top button (1913-14). Later in this decade, the cap had piping and also included a "P" in white or red.

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1921-1932: Standard white uniforms were worn at home and gray on the road
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with simple graphics and solid colors. The 1925 & ‘27 championship teams wore the standard capital "P" on its sleeves but not on the jersey. trim features and graphics. The name "Pirates" was placed across the jersey in an arc of fancy red and blue capital letters. Solid blue belts were included and piping trim on the uniforms included blue and red. A red "P" was also placed on the solid blue cap. underline flourish.

1933-1937: The Pirate uniforms brightened up considerably with added colors,
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1938: The name "Pirates" appeared on the jersey in script lettering with 1939-1946: A zipper front replaced the button-down jersey. 1940: The uniform abandons the traditional "P" or "Pirates" for an emblem
of an actual buccaneer. The patch was placed on the left breast of both the home and road jerseys. This was the first time an emblem of the team's nickname was ever worn on a game jersey.

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1948: The team replaced the traditional blue and red with the present

day black and gold. The script "Pirates" and "Pittsburgh" was replaced with the block lettering that you still see today. The cap became solid black with a gold "P". replaced with "Pirates".

1953: The word "Pittsburgh" is removed from the road jersey, and 1957: The Pirates became the second team to begin wearing sleeveless
jerseys.

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1962: Numbers were introduced on the front of the home and road jerseys
and have been there ever since.

1970: The Pirates became the first major league club to adopt the new
double-knit fabric uniforms, which they debuted at the first game at the new Three Rivers Stadium in July. The jersey became a pullover with no button or zipper. The pants contained a built-in sash belt. The cap crown was mustard yellow with a black bill. Within two years, nearly every other club was wearing a double-knit uniform.

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League's centennial by wearing the old striped, pill-box style caps. The Bucs wore yellow caps with a black bill and black stripes. exchange for combinations of white, gold, black iand pinstriping. The caps became black with yellow stripes. Players' last names appear on the back of the jerseys for the first time.

1977-1979: Abandoned were the traditional white and gray uniforms in
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1985: The Pirates returned to the basic white and gray uniform. 1987: The Pirates replaced the striped cap in favor of the traditional
standard black round crown type. first time since 1952.

1990: A script "Pittsburgh" is added to the gray road uniform for the
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1991: The Pirates return to button-down jerseys and belted pants. 1995: Going back to a more traditional look, the Pirates removed the
names from the back of the jerseys. names to the back of the jerseys.

1996: That change lasted only one year, as the Pirates return the
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1997: The organization introduces a complete new look by wearing an
1977 alternate home jersey as well as bringing the color "red" back into the uniform for the first time since 1946.

2001: With the opening of PNC Park, the club enters a "New Era of

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Baseball." The team re-introduces the sleeveless jersey as part of both the home and road uniform. The Pirates also become the first team ever to wear a cap with a red underbill (cap worn with the alternate home jersey only). uniforms are worn on Sunday home games. selected home dates.

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2005: The Pirates re-introduce pinstripes to the uniform. The alternate 2007: The club introduces a red, sleeveless jersey to be worn on 2009: The Pirates re-introduce sleeves to their home and road jerseys
and added a black alternate jersey. The sleeveless pinstriped jersey remains.
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RECORD WITH DIFFERENT HOME UNIFORMS
UNIFORMS White Tops Alternate (Black) Pinstripes “42” WON 29 5 5 1 LOST 25 13 3 0

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2009: Home, Road, Alternate (1), Alternate (2)
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Hall Of Famers
A total of 41 former players, managers and executives in the Baseball Hall of Fame spent some of their professional careers with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Fourteen of those 41 spent the majority of their careers with the Pirates.

HOnUS WAGnER
INAUGURAL CLASS 1936
POSITION: SS YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1900-1917
Lifetime Statistics Avg. .329 G 2789 AB 10428 R 1741 H 3430 2B 651 3B 252 HR 101 RBI 1732 SB 724 Lifetime Statistics Avg. .315 G 2238 AB 8585 R 1620 H 2703

FRED CLARkE
INDUCTED: 1945
POSITION: OF YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1900-1911, 1913-1915
2B 358 3B 219 HR 67 RBI 1015 SB 527

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INDUCTED: 1948
POSITION: 3B YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1920-1935, 1937
Lifetime Statistics Lifetime Statistics R 1184 H 2416 2B 371 3B 163 HR 58 RBI 1277 SB 158 Avg. .333 G 2550 AB 9460 R 1627 H 3152 Avg. .320 G 1941 AB 7558

PAUL WAnER
INDUCTED: 1952
POSITION: OF YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1926-1940
2B 606 3B 191 HR 113 RBI 1314 SB 104

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MAx CAREy
INDUCTED: 1961
POSITION: OF YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1910-1926
Lifetime Statistics Avg. .285 G 2466 AB 9363 R 1545 H 2667 2B 419 3B 159 HR 70 RBI 437 SB 740 Lifetime Statistics Avg. .316 G 1993 AB 7771 R 1201 H 2459

LLOyD WAnER
INDUCTED: 1967
POSITION: OF YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1927-1941, 1944-1945
2B 280 3B 118 HR 27 RBI 596 SB 67

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kIkI CUyLER
INDUCTED: 1968
POSITION: OF YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1921-1927
Lifetime Statistics Avg. G AB .321 1879 7161 Lifetime Statistics R 1305 H 2299 2B 394 3B 157 HR 127 RBI 1064 SB 328 Avg. .309 G 2376 AB 9476 R 1600 H 2930

JAkE BECkLEy
INDUCTED: 1971
POSITION: 1B YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1888-1889, 1891-1896
2B 455 3B 246 HR 87 RBI --SB 335

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ROBERTO CLEMEnTE
INDUCTED: 1973
POSITION: OF YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1955-1972
Lifetime Statistics Avg. G AB .317 2433 9454 R 1416 H 3000 2B 440 3B 166 HR 240 RBI 1305 SB 83 Lifetime Statistics Avg. G AB .279 1472 5205 R 971 H 1451

RALPH kInER
INDUCTED: 1975
POSITION: OF YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1946-1953
2B 216 3B 39 HR 369 RBI 1015 SB 22

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ARky VAUGHAn
INDUCTED: 1985
POSITION: SS YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1932-1941
Lifetime Statistics Avg. G AB .318 1817 6622 R 1175 H 2103 2B 356 3B 128 HR 96 RBI 926 SB 118 Lifetime Statistics Avg. G AB .282 2360 7927 R 1195 H 2232

WILLIE STARGELL
INDUCTED: 1988
POSITION: OF YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1962-1982
2B 423 3B 55 HR 475 RBI 1540 SB 17

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BILL MAzEROSkI
INDUCTED: 2001
POSITION: 2B YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1956-1972
Lifetime Statistics Avg. G AB .260 2163 7755 R 768 H 2016 2B 294 3B 62 HR 138 RBI 853 SB 27

BARnEy DREyFUSS
INDUCTED: 2008
POSITION: FRONT OFFICE EXEC YEARS WITH PIRATES: 1900-1932
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FIVE OR MORE SEASONS WITH PIRATES

Year Player Inducted Honus Wagner 1936 Fred Clarke 1945 Pie Traynor 1948 Paul Waner 1952 Max Carey 1961 Lloyd Waner 1967 Kiki Cuyler 1968 Jake Beckley 1971 Roberto Clemente 1973 Ralph Kiner 1975 Arky Vaughan 1985 Willie Stargell 1988 Bill Mazeroski 2001

Years Pos. w/ Pirates SS 1900-1917 OF 1900-1915 3B 1920-1937 OF 1926-1940 OF 1910-1926 OF 1927-1941 OF 1921-1927 1B 1888-89, 91-96 OF 1955-1972 OF 1946-1953 SS 1932-1941 OF/1B 1962-1982 2B 1956-1972

Avg. .329 .315 .320 .333 .285 .316 .321 .309 .317 .279 .318 .282 .260

G AB 2785 10427 2204 8584 1941 7559 2549 9459 2466 9363 1993 7772 1879 7161 2376 9476 2433 9454 1472 5205 1817 6622 2360 7927 2163 7755

Lifetime Statistics R H 1740 3430 1620 2703 1183 2416 1626 3152 1545 2665 1201 2459 1305 2299 1601 2930 1416 3000 971 1451 1173 2103 1195 2232 769 2016

2B 651 358 371 603 419 281 394 455 440 216 356 423 294

3B 252 219 164 190 159 118 158 246 166 39 128 55 62

HR 101 65 58 112 69 28 157 87 240 369 96 475 138

RBI 1732 1015 1273 1309 797 598 1065 --1305 1015 926 1540 853

SB 722 527 158 104 738 67 328 335 83 22 118 17 27

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ONE OR MORE GAMES PLAYED WITH PIRATES (position players)

Year Player Inducted Rabbit Maranville 1954 Joe Cronin 1956 Hank Greenberg 1956 Heinie Manush 1964 Joe Kelley 1971 George Kelly 1973 Billy Herman 1975 Fred Lindstrom 1976 Chuck Klein 1980

Pos. SS SS 1B OF OF 1B 2B 3B OF

Years w/ Pirates 1921-1924 1926-1927 1947 1938-1939 1891-1892 1917 1947 1933-1934 1939

Avg. .258 .301 .313 .330 .321 .297 .304 .311 .320

G 2670 2124 1394 2008 1835 1622 1922 1438 1753

AB 10078 7579 5193 7654 6989 5993 7707 5611 6486

Lifetime Statistics R H 1255 2605 1233 2285 1051 1628 1288 2524 1425 2245 819 1778 1163 2345 895 1747 1168 2076

2B 380 515 379 491 353 337 486 301 398

3B 177 118 71 160 189 76 82 81 74

HR 28 170 331 110 65 148 47 103 300

RBI 580 1424 1276 1183 --999 839 779 1201

SB 291 87 58 114 440 65 67 84 79

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ONE OR MORE GAMES PLAYED WITH PIRATES (pitchers)

DEVELOPMENT

Year Pitcher Inducted Bert Blyleven 2011 Jack Chesbro 1946 Rube Waddell 1946 Dazzy Vance 1955 Burleigh Grimes 1964 Pud Galvin 1965 Waite Hoyt 1969 Vic Willis 1995 Jim Bunning 1996 Rich Gossage 2008

Pos. RHP RHP LHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP

Years w/ Pirates 1978-1980 1899-1902 1900-1901 1915 1916-17, 28-29, 34 1887-89, 91-92 1933-1937 1906-1909 1968-1969 1977

Wins Losses 287 250 198 132 193 143 197 140 270 212 361 302 237 182 249 207 224 184 124 107

PCT .534 .600 .574 .585 .560 .544 .566 .546 .549 .537

Lifetime Statistics ERA G SHO IP 3.31 692 60 4970 --- 392 35 2898 --- 407 50 2963 3.24 442 29 2967 3.53 617 35 4181 --- 697 57 5941 3.59 674 26 3763 --- 513 50 3997 3.27 591 40 3759 3.01 1002 310 sv 1809.1

H 4632 2647 2460 2809 4412 6352 4037 3621 3433 1497

BB 1322 690 803 840 1295 744 1003 1212 1000 732

SO 3701 1265 2316 2045 1512 1799 1206 1651 2855 1502

NON-PLAYERS

Year Manager Inducted Connie Mack 1937 Frankie Frisch 1947 Bill McKechnie 1962 Casey Stengel 1966 Al Lopez 1977 Ned Hanlon 1996 Billy Southworth 2008 Year Front Office Inducted Branch Rickey 1967 Barney Dreyfuss 2008

Years w/ Pirates 1894-1896 1940-1946 1922-1926 1918-1919 1940-1946 1889, 1891 1918-1920 Years w/ Pirates 1951-1955 1900-1932

Wins 3776 539 409 1926 1422 1314 1044

Losses 4025 528 293 1867 1026 1164 704

Notes Began 53-year managerial career with Pirates. In HOF as second baseman...Managed Pirates for seven years. Five winning seasons...World Series Championship in 1925. In HOF as Manager...Was outfielder with Pirates for two years. In HOF as Manager...Was catcher with Pirates for seven years. Was third Manager in team history. In HOF as Manager...Was a coach with Pirates for three years.

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Notes General Manager...Pioneered utilization of baseball statistics while GM with Brooklyn. Considered the “Father of the World Series”...Spent 43 years in baseball...Pirates first owner.

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DIRECTORY: Jane Forbes Clark (Chairman), Joe Morgan (Vice Chairman), Jeff Idelson (President), Bill Haase (Senior Vice President), Sean Gahagan (Vice President, Retail Marketing & Licensing), Erik Strohl (Senior Director of Exhibitions and Collections), Ken Meifert (Senior Director, Development), Brad Horn (Senior Director, Communications & Education), Jim Gates (Librarian), Tim Wiles (Research Director) COMMUNICATIONS CONTACTS: Craig Muder (Comm. Director), Jackie Brown (Comm. Associate)

HALL OF FAME WEEKEND 2011: July 22-25
Inductees: Roberto Alomar, Bert Blyleven & Pat Gillick Awards: Sat. July 23, 4:30 p.m. ET, Doubleday Field Induction: Sun. July 24, 1:30 p.m. ET, Clark Sports Center

HALL OF FAME CLASSIC 2011: June 18-19
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PIRATES IN THE HALL OF FAME
A total of 41 former players, managers and executives in the Hall of Fame spent some of their professional careers with the Pittsburgh Pirates, including 2011 BBWAA electee Bert Blyleven who played for the Pirates from 1978-80. Thirteen of the other 40 spent the majority of their careers with the Pirates, including Jake Beckley, Max Carey, Fred Clarke, Roberto Clemente, owner Barney Dreyfuss, Ralph Kiner, Bill Mazeroski, Willie Stargell, Pie Traynor, Arky Vaughan, Honus Wagner, Lloyd Waner and Paul Waner. For a complete list of Pittsburgh Pirates in the Hall of Fame, visit the “Hall of Famers” team pages at www.baseballhall.org.

HISTORY

NOTABLE PIRATES ARTIFACTS IN COOPERSTOWN
• • • • • • • • • • • • • Jersey worn by Freddy Sanchez when he collected 6 hits on May 25, 2009, the Pirates first six-hit game in 19 years. Stars & stripes cap worn by Nate McClouth on Sept. 11, 2008, as a league-wide gesture to commemorate the anniversary of 9/11. Catcher’s gear used by Jason Kendall during the 2004 season. Caps worn by Francisco Cordova and Ricardo Rincon in their combined 10-inning no-hitter on July 12, 1997. Pill box cap with “Stargell Stars” which were handed out by Willie Stargell to teammates for on-field achievements, a practice Stargell started during the team’s World Championship season in 1979. Ball from John Candelaria’s no-hitter on Aug. 9, 1976. Bat used by Rennie Stennett to collect seven hits in a doubleheader on Sept. 16, 1975. Uniform patch worn by the Pirates to honor Roberto Clemente following his death. Ball from Dock Ellis’ no-hitter on June 12, 1970. Bat used by Hall of Famer Bill Mazeroski to hit the World Series-winning home run against the Yankees in 1960. Bat used by Hall of Famer Pie Traynor in the 1925 World Series against the Washington Senators. Cap, jersey and spikes worn by Hall of Fame shortstop Honus Wagner. Trophy given to the 1901 pennant-winning Pirates by the Railroad Men of Pittsburgh.

POST-SEASON DEVELOPMENT

A LOOK AHEAD TO 2012
Ballots for the 2012 Hall of Fame/BBWAA election will be distributed in early December with results from the voting scheduled to be announced in January 2012. A partial list of first-year candidates for election include: David Bell, Jeromy Burnitz, Vinny Castilla, Scott Erickson, Javy Lopez, Bill Mueller, Terry Mulholland, Brad Radke, Tim Salmon, Ruben Sierra and Bernie Williams. Historical voting data from all past BBWAA elections can be accessed at www.baseballhall.org or by contacting the Hall of Fame Public Relations department.

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Thru The years
YEAR 1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901** 1902** 1903** 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909*** 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925*** 1926 1927** 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 W 55 66 61 23 55 80 81 65 71 66 60 72 76 79 90 103 91 87 96 93 91 98 110 86 85 93 78 69 73 65 51 65 71 79 90 85 87 90 95 84 94 85 88 80 75 86 87 74 86 84 86 86 68 78 81 66 80 L 69 68 71 113 80 73 48 65 61 63 71 76 73 60 49 36 49 66 57 60 63 56 42 67 69 58 71 85 81 89 103 60 68 75 63 69 67 63 58 69 60 67 65 74 79 68 67 76 67 70 68 64 85 76 73 81 74 PCT .444 .492 .462 .169 .467 .527 .628 .500 .539 .512 .454 .486 .510 .568 .647 .741 .650 .569 .627 .608 .591 .636 .724 .562 .552 .616 .523 .448 .474 .422 .331 .520 .511 .513 .588 .552 .565 .588 .621 .549 .610 .559 .575 .519 .487 .558 .565 .493 .562 .545 .558 .573 .444 .506 .526 .449 .519 POS 6 6 5 8 8 6 2 7 7 6 8 8 7 2 1 1 1 4 2 3 2 2t 1 3 3 2 4 7 5 6 8 4 4 4 2 3t 3 3 1 3 1 4 2 5 5 2 2 5 4 4 3 2 6 4 4 5 4 MANAGERS Horace Phillips Horace Phillips Horace Phillips (28-43) Fred Dunlap (7-10) Ned Hanlon (26-18) Guy Hecker Ned Hanlon (31-47) Bill McGunnigle (24-33) Tom Burns (27-32) Al Buckenberger (53-41) Al Buckenberger Al Buckenberger (53-55) Connie Mack (12-10) Connie Mack Connie Mack Patsy Donovan Bill Watkins Bill Watkins (7-15) Patsy Donovan (69-58) Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Fred Clarke Jimmy Callahan Jimmy Callahan (20-40) Honus Wagner (1-4) Hugo Bezdek (30-59) Hugo Bezdek Hugo Bezdek George Gibson George Gibson George Gibson (32-33) Bill McKechnie (53-36) Bill McKechnie Bill McKechnie Bill McKechnie Bill McKechnie Donie Bush Donie Bush Bush (67-51) Jewel Ens (21-14) Jewel Ens Jewel Ens George Gibson George Gibson George Gibson (27-24) Pie Traynor (47-52) Pie Traynor Pie Traynor Pie Traynor Pie Traynor Pie Traynor Frankie Frisch Frankie Frisch Frankie Frisch Frankie Frisch HOME ATTENDANCE

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251,955 243,826 326,855 340,615 369,124 394,877 319,506 382,444 534,950 436,586 432,000 384,000 296,000 139,620 225,743 289,132 192,807 213,610 276,810 429,037 701,567 523,675 611,082 736,883 804,354 798,542 869,720 495,070 491,377 357,795 260,392 287,262 288,747 322,622 352,885 372,524 459,679 641,033 376,734 507,934 482,241 448,897 604,278

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YEAR 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960*** 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970* 1971*** 1972* 1973 1974* 1975* 1976 1977 1978 1979*** 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990* 1991* 1992* 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

W 90 82 63 62 83 71 57 64 42 50 53 60 66 62 84 78 95 75 93 74 80 90 92 81 80 88 89 97 96 80 88 92 92 96 88 98 83 46 25 21 84 84 75 57 64 80 85 74 95 98 96 75 53 58 73 79 69 78 69 62 72 75 72 67 67 68 67 62 57

L 63 72 91 92 71 83 96 90 112 104 101 94 88 92 70 76 59 79 68 88 82 72 70 81 82 74 73 65 59 82 74 69 70 66 73 64 79 56 23 33 78 78 87 104 98 82 75 88 67 64 66 87 61 86 89 83 93 83 93 100 89 87 89 95 95 94 95 99 105

PCT .588 .532 .409 .403 .539 .461 .373 .416 .273 .325 .344 .390 .429 .403 .545 .506 .617 .487 .578 .457 .494 .556 .568 .500 .494 .543 .549 .599 .619 .494 .543 .571 .568 .593 .547 .605 .512 .451 .521 .389 .519 .519 .463 .354 .395 .494 .531 .457 .586 .605 .593 .463 .465 .403 .451 .488 .426 .484 .426 .383 .447 .463 .448 .414 .414 .420 .414 .385 .352

POS 2 4 7 7t 4 6 8 7 8 8 8 8 7 7t 2 4 1 6 4 8 6t 3 3 6 6 3 1 1 1 3 1 1 2 2 2 1 3 4# 4 6 4 2 6 6 6 4t 2 5 1 1 1 5 3t 5 5 2 5 3 5 6 4 4 5 6 5 6 6 6 6

MANAGERS HOME ATTENDANCE Frankie Frisch 498,740 Frankie Frisch 604,694 Frisch (62-89), Spud Davis (1-2) 749,962 Billy Herman (61-92), Bill Burwell (1-0) 1,283,531 Billy Meyer 1,517,021 Billy Meyer 1,499,435 Billy Meyer 1,166,267 Billy Meyer 980,590 Billy Meyer 686,673 Fred Haney 572,757 Fred Haney 475,494 Fred Haney 469,397 Bobby Bragan 949,878 Bragan (36-67), Murtaugh (26-25) 850,732 Danny Murtaugh 1,311,988 Danny Murtaugh 1,359,917 Danny Murtaugh 1,705,828 Danny Murtaugh 1,199,128 Danny Murtaugh 1,090,648 Danny Murtaugh 783,648 Danny Murtaugh 759,496 Harry Walker 909,279 Harry Walker 1,196,618 Walker (42-42), Murtaugh (39-39) 907,012 Larry Shepard 693,485 Shepard (84-73), Alex Grammas (4-1) 769,369 Danny Murtaugh 1,341,947 Danny Murtaugh 1,501,132 Bill Virdon 1,427,460 Virdon (67-69), Murtaugh (13-13) 1,319,913 Danny Murtaugh 1,110,552 Danny Murtaugh 1,270,018 Danny Murtaugh 1,025,945 Chuck Tanner 1,237,349 Chuck Tanner 964,106 Chuck Tanner 1,435,454 Chuck Tanner 1,646,757 Chuck Tanner 541,789 --1st Half---2nd Half-Chuck Tanner 1,024,106 Chuck Tanner 1,225,916 Chuck Tanner 773,500 Chuck Tanner 735,900 Jim Leyland 1,000,917 Jim Leyland 1,161,193 Jim Leyland 1,866,713 Jim Leyland 1,374,141 Jim Leyland 2,049,908 Jim Leyland 2,065,302 Jim Leyland 1,829,395 Jim Leyland 1,650,593 Jim Leyland 1,222,520 Jim Leyland 905,517 Jim Leyland 1,332,150 Gene Lamont 1,657,022 Gene Lamont 1,560,950 Gene Lamont 1,638,023 Gene Lamont 1,748,908 Lloyd McClendon 2,436,139 Lloyd McClendon 1,784,993 Lloyd McClendon 1,636,751 Lloyd McClendon 1,583,031 McClendon (55-81), Pete Mackanin (12-14)1,817,245 Jim Tracy 1,861,549 Jim Tracy 1,749,142 John Russell 1,609,076 John Russell 1,577,853 John Russell 1,613,399
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(#) Split Season Format(**) Denotes National League Champions (*) Denotes East Division Champions(***) Denotes World Champions

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Pirates All-Time Roster Beecher, Edward H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1887 A (36) Behrman, Henry B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1947
Abbaticchio, Edward J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1907-10 Abrams, Calvin R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1953-54 Abstein, William H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1906,09 ACOSTA, EDUARDO E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1970 Adams, Charles B. . . . . . . .1907, 1909-16, 1918-26 Adams, Earl J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1928-29 Adams, Spencer D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1923 ADDIS, ROBERT G. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1953 Albosta, Edward J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1946 Aldridge, Victor E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1925-27 ALEXANDER, GARY W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1981 ALEXANDER, MATTHEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978-81 ALLENSWORTH, JERMAINE L. . . . . . . . . . . .1996-98 ALLEY, L. EUGENE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1963-73 ALLIE, GAIR R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1954 ALMON, WILLIAM F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1985-87 ALOU, MATEO R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1966-70 ALOU, MOISES R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990 Altenburg, Jesse H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1916-17 ALVAREZ, ANTONIO E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2002, 2004 ALVAREZ, PEDRO M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010 AMEZAGA, ALFREDO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2005 Anderson, Alfred W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1941-42, 1946 Anderson, David S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1890 Anderson, Edward J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1907 ANDERSON JR., JAMES D. . . . . . . . . . . .1999-2002 Archer, James P. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1904, 1918 ARMAS, ANTONIO J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2007 ARMAS, ANTONIO R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1976 ARROYO, BRONSON A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2000-02 ARROYO, LUIS E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1956-57 ASCANIO, JOSE E.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009-10 Atwell, Maurice D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1953-56 AUDE, RICHARD T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1993, 1995-96 AUGUSTINE, DAVID R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1973-74 AVEN, D. BRUCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2000 BEIMEL, JOSEPH R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001-03 BELINDA, STANLEY P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989-93 . Belinsky, Robert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1969 Bell, David R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1950-52 BELL, DEREK N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001 Bell, Fern L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1939-40 BELL, JAY S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989-96 Bell, William S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1952, 1955 BELLIARD, RAFAEL L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982-90 BENJAMIN, MICHAEL P . . . . . . . .1999-2000, 2002 . Bennett, James F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1931 BENSON, KRISTIN J. . . . . . . . .1999-2000, 2002-04 Berardino, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1950,52 Berger, Clarence E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1914 Berger, John H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1890-91 Bernier, Carlos R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1953 BERRA, DALE A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977-84 Berres, Raymond F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1937-40 BEVACQUA, KURT A. . . . . . . . . . . . .1974, 1980-81 Bibbly, James B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978-81, 1983 BIELECKI, MICHAEL J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984-87 Bierbauer, Louis W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1891-96 BIESER, STEVEN R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1998 Bigbee, Carson L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1916-26 Bigbee, Lyle R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1921 BILARDELLO, DANN J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989-90 Birkofer, Ralph J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1933-36 Bishop, William R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1887 Bisland, Rivington M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1912 BIXLER, BRIAN J.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2008-09 Blackburn, Earl S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1912 Blackburn, Ronald H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1958-59 Blackwell, Fredrick W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1917-19 Blake, John F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1920 Blankenship, Homer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1928 Blanton, Darrell E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1934-39 BLASS, STEPHEN R. . . . . . . . . . . . .1964, 1966-74 Bloodworth, James H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1947 BLYLEVEN, RIK AALBERT . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978-80 BOCKMAN, J. EDWARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1948-49 Boeckel, Norman D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1917, 1919 Boehler, George H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1923 BOEHRINGER, BRIAN E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2002-04 BOEVER, JOSEPH M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1996 Bohen, Leo I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1914 BONDS, BARRY L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986-92 Bonham, Ernest E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1947-49 BONILLA, ROBERTO M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986-91 Booe, Everitt L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1913 Bool, Albert J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1930 Boone, Lute J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1918 BOOTCHECK, CHRISTOPHER, B.. . . . . . . . . . .2009 BORK, FRANK B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1964 Borowy, Henry L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1950 BOSCH, DONALD J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1966 Bowerman, Frank E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1898-99 BOWKER, JOHN B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010 Bowman, Joseph E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1937-41 Bowman, Roger C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1953,55 Bowman, Sumner S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1890 BOYD, JASON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999, 2004 BOYLAND, DORIAN S. . . . . . . . . . . .1978-79, 1981 Boyle, Edward J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1896 Brady, James W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1906-07 Brain, David L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1905 Brame, Ervin B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1928-32 BRAND, RONALD G. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1963 Brandom, Chester M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1908-09 Brandt, Edward A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1937-38 Brandt, William G. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1941-43 Bransfield, William E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1901-04 BREAM, SIDNEY E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1985-90 Brenegan, Olaf S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1914 Brenzel, William R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1932 Brett, Kenneth A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1974-75 Brickell, George F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1926-30 Brief, Anthony V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1917 Bright, Harry J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1958-60 Briles, Nelson K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1971-73 BRINKMAN, CHARLES E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1974 Britton, Stephen G. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1913 Brodie, Walter S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1897-98 BROSSEAU, FRANKLIN L. . . . . . . . . . . .1969, 1971 Brottem, Anton C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1921 BROOKS, FRANK J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2004 BROWN, ADRIAN D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1997-2002 BROWN, BRANT M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999 BROWN, EMIL Q. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1997-2001 Brown, James R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1946 Brown, Mace S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1935-41

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Gilbert, Harry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1890 Gilbert, John G. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1890 Gilbert, John R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1904 GILES, BRIAN S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999-2003 Gill, Warren D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1908 Gillen, Samuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1893 GILMORE, LEONARD P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1944 . Gionfriddo, Albert F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1944-47 GIUSTI, DAVID J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1970-76 Glasscock, John W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1893-94 Glazner, Charles F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1920-23 Gleason, William P. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1916-17 GLEATON, JERRY DON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992 Goar, Joshua M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1896 GOFF, JERRY L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1993-94 GOGGIN, CHARLES F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1972-73 GOMEZ, CHRISTOPHER C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2008 Gonder, Jesse L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1966-67 GONZALEZ, DENIO M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984-85, 1987-88 GONZALEZ, J. FERNANDO . . . . . . . . . . . .1972-73, 1977-78 GONZALEZ, JOSE R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991 GONZALEZ, MICHAEL V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2003-06 Gooch, John B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1921-28 Gordon, Sidney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1954-55 Gornicki, Henry F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1942-43, 1946 GORZELANNY, THOMAS A. . . . . . . . . . . . . .2005-09 Goss, Howard W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1962 GOSSAGE, RICHARD M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977 Gotay, Julio S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1963-64 GOTT, JAMES W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1987-89, 1995 GRABOW, JOHN W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2003-09 Grace, R. Earl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1931-35 GRANGER, JEFFREY A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1997 Grant, George A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1931 GRANT, JAMES T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1970-71 Grantham, George F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1925-31 Gray, Charles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1890 Gray, George E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1899 Gray, James D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1890, 1893 Gray, Stanley O. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1912 GREEN, CHRISTOPHER D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984 Green, Fred A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1959-61, 1964 Greenberg, Henry B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1947 Gregg, Harold D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1948-50 GREGG, W. THOMAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1987-88 Grey, Romer C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1903 Grey, William T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1898 GRIFFIN, THOMAS J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982 Grimes, Burleigh A. . . . . . . . . .1916-17, 1928-29, 1934 Grimm, Charles J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1919-24 GROAT, RICHARD M. . . . . . . . . . . . .1952, 1955-62 Groh, Henry K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1927 Groskloss, Howard H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1930-32 GROSS, DONALD J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1958-60 GRUNWALD, ALFRED H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1955 GUANTE, CECILIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982-86 GUILLEN, JOSE M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1997-99 Guintini, Benjamin J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1946 Gumbert, Addison C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1893-94 Gumbert, Harry E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1949-50 Gumbert, William S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1890, 1892 Gustine, Frank W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1939-48 Gutteridge, Donald J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1948

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HAAD, YAMID S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999 Haas, George W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1925 HACKER, ERIC L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009 Haddix, Harvey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1959-63 Haeffner, William B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1920 Hafey, Daniel A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1935-36 HAIRSTON, JERRY W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977 HALL, ALBERT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989 HALL, RICHARD W. . . . . . . . . . . . . .1952-57, 1959 Hall, Robert L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1953 Hall, William L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1954, 1956, 1958 Hallett, Jack P. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1942-43, 1946 Halliday, Newton R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1916 Hallman, William H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1906-07 HAMILTON, DAVID E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978 Hamilton, Earl A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1918-23 HAMLIN, KENNETH L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1957, 1959 Hamlin, Luke D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1942 Hammond, Walter