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Non-Roster Invitees.............................................................................113
Rule 5 Draft Picks...............................................................................123
Nationals Top Prospects per Baseball America...................................125
MLB Important Dates 2011.................................................................127
Nationals Park Facts...........................................................................140
Save Rule............................................................................................142
“Big Train” – Walter Johnson..............................................................144
Rookie Qualification Rules..................................................................154
The End Result....................................................................................159

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Nationals 10+ Game Hit Streaks...........................................................46
POTUS and the Nationals......................................................................48
2011 Nationals Birthdays.....................................................................57
Nationals Firsts.....................................................................................71
Nationals in the WBC............................................................................71
Longest Games in Nationals History......................................................75
Venezuelan-Born Nationals...................................................................78
2011 Nationals MLB Debuts..................................................................80
Both Beltways.......................................................................................89

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Statistical Analysis ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................166
HISTORY AND RECORDS
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History of Baseball in Washington .....................................................................................................................................................................................196
Baseball in DC Records ....................................................................................................................................................................................................210
Franchise History .............................................................................................................................................................................................................215.
Washington Nationals Records ..........................................................................................................................................................................................257
Washington DC and the Baseball Hall of Fame ...................................................................................................................................................................271
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Scouting Department Directory .........................................................................................................................................................................................272
Minor League Affiliates .....................................................................................................................................................................................................279
Minor League Players .......................................................................................................................................................................................................285
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MASN ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................312
Washington Nationals Radio .............................................................................................................................................................................................313
Washington Area Media ....................................................................................................................................................................................................314
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2011 Programs....................................................................................................................................................................................................................3
Player Programs...................................................................................................................................................................................................................6
Washington Nationals Dream Foundation................................................................................................................................................................................7
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The Lerner Family...............................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Founding Partners..............................................................................................................................................................................................................26
Executives.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................27
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Jim Riggleman...................................................................................................................................................................................................................33
Rick Eckstein.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................35
Jim Lett.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................36
Steve McCatty....................................................................................................................................................................................................................37
John McLaren....................................................................................................................................................................................................................38
Bo Porter...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................39
Dan Radison..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
Trent Jewett.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................41
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Rick Ankiel..................................................... 43
Chad Gaudin................................................... 81
Derek Norris.................................................. 122
Luis Atilano.................................................... 45
Alberto Gonzalez.............................................. 83
Elvin Ramirez................................................ 123
Michael Aubrey............................................... 47
Tom Gorzelanny............................................... 85
Wilson Ramos............................................... 124
Collin Balester................................................. 49
Jerry Hairston, Jr............................................. 87
Henry Rodriguez............................................ 126
Kevin Barker................................................... 51
Bryce Harper................................................... 90
Ivan Rodriguez.............................................. 128
Roger Bernadina.............................................. 53
Livan Hernandez.............................................. 91
Atahualpa Severino........................................ 132
Joe Bisenius.................................................... 55
Cole Kimball................................................... 95
Doug Slaten.................................................. 133
Brian Bixler..................................................... 56
John Lannan................................................... 96
Jhonatan Solano............................................ 135
Brian Broderick............................................... 58
Adam LaRoche................................................ 98
Matt Stairs.................................................... 136
Corey Brown.................................................... 59
Carlos Maldonado.......................................... 100
Craig Stammen.............................................. 139
Sean Burnett................................................... 60
Jason Marquis............................................... 102
Drew Storen.................................................. 141
Adam Carr...................................................... 62
Chris Marrero................................................ 105
Stephen Strasburg......................................... 143
Matt Chico...................................................... 63
J.D. Martin.................................................... 106
Jonathan Van Every........................................ 145
Tyler Clippard.................................................. 65
Shairon Martis............................................... 108
Chien-Ming Wang.......................................... 147
Todd Coffey..................................................... 67
Ryan Mattheus.............................................. 110
Jayson Werth................................................. 149
Alex Cora........................................................ 69
Yunesky Maya............................................... 111
Josh Wilkie................................................... 152
Ian Desmond................................................... 72
Cla Meredith................................................. 112
Tim Wood...................................................... 153
Ross Detwiler.................................................. 74
Garrett Mock................................................. 114
Ryan Zimmerman.......................................... 155
Danny Espinosa............................................... 76
Nyjer Morgan................................................ 116
Jordan Zimmermann...................................... 158
Jesus Flores.................................................... 77
Michael Morse............................................... 118
40-Man Roster.............................................. 160
Jeff Frazier...................................................... 79
Laynce Nix.................................................... 120

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Washington Nationals Community Relations
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Over the past six seasons:
• More than 200 players and coaches have made appearances in the DC community
• Nearly 300,000 tickets have been donated by the team to children and community groups
• More than 1,000 charities have benefited from autographed memorabilia valued at $840,000

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In 2010:
• Nationals players, coaches and front office staff participated in various appearances and activities
within the local community and during special events held at Nationals Park
• Nearly 100,000 tickets valued at $2 million were distributed to area youth, military organizations
and nonprofit groups throughout the season
• More than $280,000 in autographed memorabilia and experience packages were donated by the
team to benefit hundreds of DC area charities and nonprofits

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The Washington Nationals organization continued its commitment to the Greater Washington, DC community by building on partnerships and offering a variety of programs and initiatives to aid area residents.

2011 Programs
Military Support

Each Sunday, military families receive complimentary tickets for themselves and friends to enjoy a
Nationals game, thereby allowing the children to connect with their peers who may not be members of
military families.

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Third Inning Salute
One of the great traditions at Nationals Park is the standing ovation and
tribute for wounded warriors at every Nationals game. Whether they come
from Walter Reed Army Medical Center, National Naval Medical Center,
Ft. Belvoir or other military installations, a minimum of 19 warriors and
hospital staff enjoy the best seats at the park in the Lexus Presidents
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The Nationals were the first organization to formally activate this initiative through the USO of Metropolitan Washington on July 4, 2010. The success of the program has led to other professional sports teams
adopting Me and a Friend as part of their community efforts.

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Me and a Friend
This inaugural program was created in 2010 by the USO and the Nationals in consultation with the
Department of Defense. It is designed to recognize the unique challenges and sacrifices made by the
children of military service members, especially those who have a parent who is deployed.

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Youth Clinics
The Nationals will host a series of youth clinics at Nationals Park and throughout the DC region as part of
the team’s efforts to increase participation and interest in baseball and softball programs in and around
the District. Nationals players and coaches will work with local youth baseball coaches in presenting
clinics to children ages 8 through 17. Clinics are free of charge and will include on-field instruction as
well as two tickets to a Nationals home game.
DC High School Initiative
For the third consecutive year, the Nationals will invite each District of
Columbia Public High School baseball team to host one two-hour practice on the field at Nationals Park. Additionally, the team will host “DC
High School Night” and give tickets to students and faculty at all District
of Columbia Public High Schools so that they can enjoy a night at the
ballpark.
Baseball Equipment Drive – In partnership with the Baseball Tomorrow Fund
The Nationals will collect new or gently used baseball and softball equipment
as part of the annual Baseball Equipment Drive on Sunday, May 15 when they
face the Florida Marlins. The team will collect new or gently used baseball and
softball equipment to benefit the Banneker City Little League. Additionally, The
Baseball Tomorrow Fund will provide the organization with a $5,000 grant to
purchase new equipment.
MLB Pitch, Hit & Run
An MLB-sponsored free skills competition, Pitch, Hit & Run provides children ages 7 through 14 the opportunity to showcase their baseball skills. Team Championship events are hosted at all 30 Major League
Ballparks and the National Finals will be held at the 2011 MLB All-Star Game.

Goodwill in the Community
Food Drive – In partnership with the Capital Area Food Bank
The Nationals will collect non-perishable food items for the annual Food Drive during
their weekend series vs. the Colorado Rockies, July 9–10. All items collected will
benefit the Capital Area Food Bank, which distributes 20 million pounds of food to
more than 700 partner agencies each year.
Christmas in July Toy Drive –
In partnership with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve and the Toys For Tots Foundation
Fans may donate new, unwrapped toys when the Nationals host the annual Christmas in July Toy Drive during the weekend series against the
New York Mets, July 29–31. The toys collected will be distributed to
nonprofit organizations and hospital pediatric wards in the D.C. area.
Back-to-School Drive
The annual Back-to-School Drive will take place during the weekend series against the Philadelphia Phillies, August 20–21. Fans may donate new school supplies to benefit local schools.

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Mother’s Day Breast Cancer Awareness
Each year, MLB teams up with Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure to increase awareness and raise
funds for women’s cancer services including screening, treatment, research and education.

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Roberto Clemente Day
In celebration of Roberto Clemente’s humanitarian spirit, MLB will set aside September 16 to promote
the national award given annually to a player who demonstrates the values Clemente displayed in his
commitment to the community. Past Nationals nominees include Josh Willingham (2010), John Lannan
(2009), Joel Hanrahan (2008) and Ryan Zimmerman (2007).

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4-ALS Awareness
The Nationals will help bring attention to ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) by working with the ALS Association to raise awareness and funds for this debilitating disease during a 2011 home game. This MLB
initiative began on July 4, 2009 – the 70th Anniversary of Lou Gehrig’s “Luckiest Man” speech.

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Father’s Day Prostate Cancer Awareness
MLB will also team up with the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) for the Home Run Challenge. The
Nationals will work with PCF – the public charity dedicated to finding a cure for prostate cancer – to
increase awareness for the disease, while players will wear blue wristbands and blue ribbons on their
uniforms.

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Jackie Robinson Day
The Nationals and MLB will once again recognize April 15 as the most significant moment in league
history - the day Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier. MLB sets this day aside in an effort to bring
exposure to the life, values and accomplishments of Jackie Robinson. All players throughout the league
will wear #42 on this day.

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Commissioner’s Community Initiative
The Commissioner’s Community Initiative is designed to give children of all ages and backgrounds the
opportunity to see a Major League Baseball game. Tickets will be distributed throughout the season to
underserved youth, youth charities, public servants, military families, local charities and community
volunteer groups.

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Ticket Programs
Each season, the Nationals Community Relations Department donates
tickets to area nonprofits, schools, military organizations and youth
groups. Season ticket holders are also encouraged to donate their unused
tickets to Most Valuable Kids, Inc. - which offers local children’s organizations access to professional sports events - online at nationals.com or
via the CR Department 72 hours in advance of the game.

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Health Awareness
The Nationals will continue to work with health organizations to increase awareness of serious diseases
and illnesses. All season long, various organizations are given the opportunity to distribute materials
about their mission, research, services, events and fundraising during Nationals home games at the
Community Desk.

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Blood Drive – In partnership with Inova Health System
The Nationals will partner with Inova Health System to host two blood drives
during the 2011 season on Saturday, June 25 and Saturday, August 27. Fans
who help save a life by donating blood will receive two tickets to a Nationals
home game and a special promotional item.

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2011 Nationals Player Programs

Ryan Zimmerman – ziMS Foundation
Established in 2006, the ziMS Foundation is dedicated to raising funds to support
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) awareness and programs that benefit those afflicted with the
disease. MS is an illness close to Ryan’s heart, as his mother Cheryl was diagnosed with
the chronic disease in 1995.
In August of 2010, Ryan hosted “A Night At The Park” to launch the
ziMS Foundation’s outreach in the DC area. More than 700 people attended the event, which raised more than $200,000. In November, the
Foundation also hosted its annual gala and golf tournament in Ryan’s
hometown of Virginia Beach. In addition to serving as president of his
Foundation, Ryan is on the board of trustees for the National MS Society
National Capital Chapter.
Employee Volunteer Program
Nationals players aren’t the only ones who give back to the local community – the Nationals front office
staff participates in a variety of volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Since 2009, club employees have participated in the Power Lunch reading and mentoring program created by Everybody Wins!
DC. Through the program, employees spend one hour every week reading with a child at Amidon-Bowen
Elementary in southwest DC. Staff members also take part in volunteer opportunities with various partner organizations, including Food & Friends, the Capital Area Food Bank, Earth Conservation Corps and
Rebuilding Together, DC.

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John Lannan – Lannan’s Cannons
In 2009, John launched Lannan’s Cannons, a program dedicated to helping sick children enjoy a day at the ballpark with their families, away from the rigors of treatment.
John partnered with The Children’s Inn at National Institutes of Health (NIH), a homeaway-from-home for children receiving experimental treatment for life-threatening illnesses, to invite residents to a ballgame at Nationals Park once a month. John also
serves as a Sports Ambassador for the Inn, visiting with residents and helping increase
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Washington Nationals Dream Foundation
Mission Statement
The Washington Nationals Dream Foundation and Washington Nationals Baseball Club are committed to community partnerships that improve the lives of children and families across the Washington Capital Region. A 501(c)3 charitable organization,
the Foundation’s three cornerstone programs focus on children’s education, health and recreation:

The Washington Nationals Pediatric Diabetes Care Complex at Children’s National Medical Center:
In Partnership with Children’s National Medical Center
This world-class facility will provide a multi-disciplinary approach to supporting families of children with diabetes. With
state-of-the-art treatment rooms and a multi-functional education center, the facility will house classrooms, a media
room, a demonstration kitchen, computer kiosks and various other tools to empower families battling diabetes.

The Neighborhood Initiative:
Grants and in-kind donations are among the various resources presented to local non-profit organizations that are
dedicated to improving the Southeast/Southwest DC neighborhoods surrounding Nationals Park and beyond. Beneficiaries
include the Earth Conservation Corps, DC RBI, Brandywine Street Association, Arlington Little League Challenger Division
and Rebuilding Together DC, among others.

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The Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy:
In Partnership with the DC Government
The Academy will offer inner city youth a safe environment that encourages and enhances academic development while
providing the opportunity to learn and play the game of baseball. Located in Ward 7’s Fort Dupont Park, the facility’s three
baseball fields and clubhouse are expected to open by Opening Day 2012.

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Washington Nationals Dream Gala – June 18
The annual Dream Gala will be held at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center at
National Harbor and will include a cocktail reception, silent auction, dinner program, and
live auction. Nationals players and coaches will mingle with guests during this glamorous
black tie evening. Proceeds will benefit the Dream Foundation. Contact the Dream Foundation office at 202.640.7124 or visit nationals.com/dream for tickets and information.

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2011 Community Calendar
Children’s Day – May 1
The annual in-game celebration recognizes the Dream Foundation’s work on behalf of children’s health, education and recreation. Information on current programs and donation opportunities will be offered to fans throughout the game against the San
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GreenUp Day – July 29
Nationals employees and community volunteers will converge on public spaces surrounding Nationals Park to beautify the neighborhoods and significantly improve the chosen
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WASHINGTON NATIONALS DREAM FOUNDATION

Washington Nationals Dream Foundation Day – July 31
Foundation Day will provide opportunities to increase fan awareness for the Dream Foundation’s cornerstone programs and fundraising initiatives throughout the exciting matchup vs.
the New York Mets.
Jerseys Off Their Backs Raffle – September 25
This popular annual raffle offers fans the chance to win a game-worn autographed jersey from a Nationals player while supporting the Dream Foundation’s programs. Winners will receive their jerseys from players during an on-field ceremony following the
last home game of the season.

2011 Fundraisers
The Washington Nationals Dream Foundation Kiosk
The Dream Foundation kiosk is located in Nationals Park’s Center Field Plaza and sells
game-used memorabilia and other merchandise. During Saturday game days, fans can take
part in silent auctions for special Nats memorabilia. All profits support the work of the Dream
Foundation.
The Wall of Dream Supporters
Dream Foundation donors may have their custom-inscribed baseballs permanently displayed on the Wall of Dream Supporters
at Nationals Park. Four donation levels ranging from $250 to $5,000 are available. Commemorative desk plaques and replica
baseballs are also offered. Donations can be made at the Dream Foundation kiosk in the Center Field Plaza on game days or
online at nationals.com/dream.
Nationals Park Tours
Fans can enjoy a professionally guided tour of Nationals Park throughout the season. The cost is $15 for an adult, and $12 for
seniors, military and children under 12. Tickets are available through nationals.com and proceeds benefit the Dream Foundation.
Scoreboard Messages
For a $100 donation to the Dream Foundation , fans can order a personalized scoreboard message through the team website at
nationals.com. Requests must be made at least five days prior to the desired game.
Saturday Silent Auctions
During every Saturday home game, fans can bid on a variety of items that are signed and game-used by their favorite players at
the Dream Foundation kiosk. Items are previewed each week on nationals.com/dream.
Give Online
Fans are invited to visit nationals.com/dream to learn more about the Dream Foundation, make online donations and participate in online fundraising initiatives.

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Partners
Fredrick D. Schaufeld; Clifford A. White;
Anthony P. Nader; Jonathan Ginns;
David W. Dupree; John W. “Squire” Galbreath
Arthur N. Fuccillo; Jacob K. Schwalb;
Harris L. Schwalb; Michael A. Schwalb
Alan H. Gottlieb; Lori A. Creasy; Margaret M. Mekenie

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Executive Management
COO | Lerner Sports......................................................................................................................... Alan Gottlieb
Chief Operating Officer.................................................................................................................... Andrew Feffer
Executive Vice President.......................................................................................................................Bob Wolfe
Vice President, Administration.......................................................................................................... Elise Holman
Vice President, Government & Municipal Affairs........................................................................... Gregory McCarthy
Executive Assistant to Executive Vice President................................................................................. Cheryl Rampy
Marketing Project Manager & Executive Assistant to the Chief Operating Officer...................Britton Stackhouse Miller

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Founding Partners
Paxton K. Baker
James T. Brown
Faye L. Fields
Stan H. Kasten
Alphonso Maldon, Jr.
B. Doyle Mitchell
Raul R. Romero
Rodney E. Slater
Jarvis C. Stewart

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Principal Owners
Managing Principal Owner........................................................................................................Theodore N. Lerner
Principal Owner........................................................................................................................ Annette M. Lerner
Principal Owner.............................................................................................................................Mark D. Lerner
Principal Owner...............................................................................................................Marla Lerner Tanenbaum
Principal Owner......................................................................................................................Debra Lerner Cohen
Principal Owner................................................................................................................... Robert K. Tanenbaum
Principal Owner..........................................................................................................................Edward L. Cohen
Principal Owner.......................................................................................................................Judy Lenkin Lerner

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WASHINGTON NATIONALS BASEBALL CLUB
Nationals Park
1500 South Capitol Street, S.E.
Washington, DC 20003-1507
202.640.7000
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MAJOR LEAGUE
Executive Vice President Of Baseball Operations and General Manager.....................................................Mike Rizzo
Assistant GM & VP, Player Development.................................................................................................Bob Boone
Assistant GM & VP, Player Personnel.......................................................................................................Roy Clark
Assistant GM...................................................................................................................................Bryan Minniti
Senior Advisor to the General Manager............................................................................................. Davey Johnson
Senior Advisor to the General Manager................................................................................................ Phillip Rizzo
Executive Assistant to General Manager......................................................................................... Harolyn Cardozo
Director, Team Travel...................................................................................................................... Rob McDonald
Director, Baseball Operations............................................................................................................ Adam Cromie
Assistant, Baseball Operations........................................................................................................... Aron Weston
Baseball Operations Analyst.................................................................................................Samuel Mondry-Cohen
Clubhouse Manager......................................................................................................................... Mike Wallace
Clubhouse Manager – Visiting Clubhouse........................................................................................ Matt Rosenthal
Assistant Clubhouse Manager...............................................................................................................Dan Wallin
Clubhouse Attendant.................................................................................................................... Andrew Melnick
Assistant, Clubhouse......................................................................................................................... Javier Castro
Assistant, Clubhouse.......................................................................................................................... Teddy Jewel
Medical Director and Head Team Physician...............................................................................Dr. Wiemi Douoguih
Head Athletic Trainer............................................................................................................................Lee Kuntz
Assistant Athletic Trainer............................................................................................................... Mike McGowan
Assistant Athletic Trainer........................................................................................................................John Hsu
Team Physician & Internist......................................................................................................... Dr. Dennis Cullen
Strength & Conditioning Coach.......................................................................................................... John Philbin
Massage Therapist................................................................................................................. Tatiana Tchamouroff
Scouting
Director, Scouting................................................................................................................................. Kris Kline
Director, Pro-Scouting.......................................................................................................................... Bill Singer
Director, International Scouting..................................................................................................... Johnny DiPuglia
Director, Player Procurement.......................................................................................................... Kasey McKeon
Special Assistant to the General Manager.......................................................................................... Jay Robertson
Special Assistant to the General Manager........................................................................................... Bob Schaefer
Coordinator, Advance Scouting & Video................................................................................................Erick Dalton
Assistant, Advance Scouting........................................................................................................... Michael Mazur
Assistant, Scouting........................................................................................................................ Eddie Longosz
Player Development
Director, Player Development.............................................................................................................. Doug Harris
Director, Minor League Operations.................................................................................................. Mark Scialabba
Coordinator, Minor League Operations................................................................................................ Ryan Thomas
Baseball Media Relations
Sr. Director, Baseball Media Relations.................................................................................................. John Dever
Director, Baseball Media Relations.......................................................................................................Mike Gazda
Coordinator, Baseball Media Relations.................................................................................................. Bill Gluvna

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Ballpark Enterprises & Guest Services
Exec. Director, Ballpark Enterprises .............................................................................................. Catherine Silver
Sr. Director, Ballpark Enterprises..................................................................................................Heather Westrom
Director, Ballpark Enterprises.........................................................................................................Maggie Gessner
Director, Guest Services & Hospitality Operations..............................................................................Jonathan Stahl
Sr. Manager, Guest Services............................................................................................................. Cynthia Goins
Coordinator, VIP Suite Services & Events.........................................................................................Ashley Hinmon
Coordinator, Ballpark Enterprises & Guest Services ....................................................................Matthew Suttmiller

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Facility Management
Manager, Engineering Operations................................................................................................... James Pantazis
Lead Electrician............................................................................................................................ Ralph Almaraz
Electrician........................................................................................................................................Kevin Sharp
Electrician...................................................................................................................................... William Sims
HVAC Foreman................................................................................................................................... Barry Allen
HVAC Technician....................................................................................................................................Awad Ali
HVAC Technician............................................................................................................................. Steve Goodin
Plumber Foreman........................................................................................................................ Jerry Moncrieffe
Carpentry Foreman......................................................................................................................... Charles Hinds
Carpenter.......................................................................................................................................Wesley Snyder
Laborer............................................................................................................................................. Vernon Artis
Laborer..........................................................................................................................................Peter Gabauer
Laborer................................................................................................................................Humberto Hernandez
Laborer............................................................................................................................... Christopher Robinson
Painting Supervisor...........................................................................................................................Gary Baggott
Painter.................................................................................................................................. Joseph Baggott, Sr.
Painter .....................................................................................................................................Zosimo Palomino
AV Technician................................................................................................................................. Angella Kirby

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Security
Manager, Security.......................................................................................................................... Ronald Gordon
Manager, Security................................................................................................................ Reemberto Rodriguez
Supervisor, Security....................................................................................................................... Lynwood Davis
Supervisor, Security.......................................................................................................................Andre Harrison
Officer, Security.............................................................................................................................. Eric Anderson
Officer, Security................................................................................................................................ Ernest Asare
Officer, Security......................................................................................................................... Kathleen Costello
Officer, Security..............................................................................................................................Vernon Joseph
Officer, Security......................................................................................................................... Michael Mannato
Officer, Security................................................................................................................................ Mario Rivera
Officer, Security............................................................................................................................. Sophia Pringle
Officer, Security........................................................................................................................... Ricardo Durham

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Groundskeeping
Head Groundskeeper.........................................................................................................................John Turnour
Assistant Head Groundskeeper.......................................................................................................... Mike Hrivnak
Assistant Groundskeeper.................................................................................................................... Matt Coates

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Ballpark Operations
Vice President, Facilities............................................................................................................... Frank Gambino
Manager, Event Operations................................................................................................................. Adam Lasky
Ballpark Operations Accounting/Micro Main Manager.......................................................................Jeff McClelland
Administrative Assistant................................................................................................................Bridget Gannon

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Communications
Vice President & Managing Director, Communications and Brand Development......................................... Lara Potter
Sr. Manager, New Media....................................................................................................................... Chad Kurz
Sr. Manager, Communications........................................................................................................Joanna Comfort
Manager, Communications......................................................................................................Alexandra Schauffler
Community Relations
Director, Community Relations.......................................................................................................... Israel Negron
Coordinator, Community Relations......................................................................................................... Kyle Mann
Manager, Community Relations........................................................................................................ Nicole Murray
Community Relations Assistant For Military Affairs..................................................................SSGT Rafael Delgado
Corporate Partnerships
Vice President and Managing Director, Corporate Partnerships & Business Development.......................... John Knebel
Director, Partner Service............................................................................................................... Allison Grinham
Manager, Corporate Sales.................................................................................................................... John Myers
Manager, Corporate Sales...................................................................................................................Matt Lemire
Sr. Representative, Partner Service..................................................................................................Shannon Parks
Representative, Partner Service......................................................................................................Matthew Rohan
Representative, Partner Service.......................................................................................................Whitney Dedon

Finance
Chief Financial Officer........................................................................................................................ Lori Creasy
Controller............................................................................................................................................ Ted Towne
Director, Accounting...................................................................................................................... Kelly Pitchford
Senior Accountant.........................................................................................................................Ross Hollander
Senior Accountant – Baseball Operations & Dream Foundation ............................................................ Michael Page
Senior Accountant......................................................................................................................... Rachel Proctor
Payroll Manager...................................................................................................................................Kim Carter
Payroll Coordinator...................................................................................................................... Katelyn Carenza
Manager, Purchasing........................................................................................................................ Jorge Fajardo
Assistant, Purchasing......................................................................................................................Jewel Everhart
Manager, Accounts Payable.......................................................................................................... Kimberly Morris
Accounts Payable Specialist........................................................................................................... James Santulli
Accounts Payable Coordinator............................................................................................................Adeyemi Eko
Staff Accountant.................................................................................................................................. Erin Barry
Staff Accountant........................................................................................................................ Michael Sullivan
Assistant, Accountant.................................................................................................................. Tasha Millhouse
Administrative Assistant................................................................................................................Bridget Gannon

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Florida Operations
Director, Florida Operations............................................................................................................... Thomas Bell
Manager, Florida Operations....................................................................................................... Jonathan Tosches
Manager, Minor League Clubhouse and Equipment......................................................................... Calvin Minasian
Manager, Sales.............................................................................................................................Crystal Louthan
Assistant, Facilities........................................................................................................................Joseph Ameigh
Head Groundskeeper ..........................................................................................................................Doug Lopas
Assistant Head Groundskeeper.......................................................................................................... Kenny Berger
Irrigation Specialist, Groundskeeper................................................................................................. Roger Manuel
Groundskeeper............................................................................................................................ Michael Schnee
Groundskeeper........................................................................................................................... Terrance Thomas
Groundskeeper........................................................................................................................... Steven Rabideau
Administrative Assistant.................................................................................................................. Dianne Wiebe

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Office Services
Manager, Office Services...........................................................................................................Christine Whitaker
Coordinator, Mailroom.................................................................................................................... Shawn Estrada
Receptionist.................................................................................................................................. Tanya Johnson

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Human Resources
Benefits Administrator.................................................................................................................Stephanie Giroux
Coordinator, Human Resources......................................................................................................... Alan Gromest
Assistant, Human Resources.....................................................................................................Ricardo Aponte, Jr.

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Marketing & Broadcasting
Vice President, Marketing & Broadcasting....................................................................................... John Guagliano
Sr. Director, Production, Entertainment & Promotions .............................................................. Jacqueline Coleman
Manager, Creative Services & Publications........................................................................................ Daniel Kasper
Manager, Consumer Marketing.............................................................................................................Scott Lewis
Manager, Promotions & Events....................................................................................................... Amanda Hauge
Coordinator, Promotions & Events...............................................................................................Adriana Villanueva
Manager, Productions & Operations.................................................................................................... Dave Lundin
Production Assistant................................................................................................................... Christopher Cwik
Associate Producer...................................................................................................................... Benjamin Smith
Editor.............................................................................................................................................Mark Jackson
Copywriter....................................................................................................................................... John Sullivan
Graphic Designer........................................................................................................................... Eric Soderberg
Graphic Illustrator.......................................................................................................................... Lisa Grondines
Coordinator, Entertainment.............................................................................................................. Thomas Davis
Mascot Coordinator.................................................................................................................... Corey Inganamort
Coordinator, Consumer Marketing...................................................................................................... Susan Lawler
Assistant, Marketing & Broadcasting............................................................................................... Megan Gardner
Mobile Marketing Representative................................................................................................... Raymond Smith
Mobile Marketing Representative...................................................................................................Oscar Bermudez

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Legal
Vice President and General Counsel...............................................................................................Damon T. Jones
Assistant Counsel................................................................................................................. Amy Inlander Minniti
Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... Helena Wise

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Information Technology
Director, Information Technology................................................................................................... Jason Zachariah
Data Architect..................................................................................................................................Walt Shinsky
Technical Analyst..............................................................................................................................Jaytoe Tukan
IT Technician...............................................................................................................................Joshua Brandes

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Ticket Sales & Client Services
Vice President and Managing Director of Sales & Marketing ................................................................ Chris Gargani
Administrative Assistant................................................................................................................Kira Stoutamire

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Director, Ticket Sales.................................................................................................................... David McElwee
Sr. Account Executive, Ticket Sales...................................................................................................... Brian Beck
Sr. Account Executive, Ticket Sales......................................................................................................Bree Parker
Account Executive, Ticket Sales................................................................................................... Andrew Ascienzo
Account Executive, Ticket Sales........................................................................................................Nick Doenges
Account Executive, Ticket Sales.................................................................................................... Gregory Foscato
Account Executive, Ticket Sales.................................................................................................. Adam Froemming
Account Executive, Ticket Sales.................................................................................................... Megan Holeman
Account Executive, Ticket Sales............................................................................................................ Paul Klein
Account Executive, Ticket Sales..........................................................................................................Bryan Miller
Account Executive, Ticket Sales.................................................................................................Katherine Mitchell

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Inside Sales
Manager, Sales Development.................................................................................................................Rob Erwin
Representative, Inside Sales............................................................................................................Jamaal Adams
Representative, Inside Sales..........................................................................................................Edward Bartlett
Representative, Inside Sales............................................................................................................ Barbie Hutton
Representative, Inside Sales..........................................................................................................Charany Hydara
Representative, Inside Sales......................................................................................................... Karl Micka-Foos
Representative, Inside Sales...............................................................................................................Ara Sarajian
Representative, Inside Sales................................................................................................................Jacob Sims
Representative, Inside Sales................................................................................................................ Jesse Tome
Representative, Inside Sales.............................................................................................................Jessie Zahner

Premium Sales
Manager, Premium Sales................................................................................................................ Michael Shane
Account Manager, Premium Sales.................................................................................................. Kevin Nawrocki

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Client Services
Manager, Ticket Services.....................................................................................................................Andy Burns
Account Representative, Premium Ticket Services..................................................................................Sarah Keep
Assistant Manager, Rewards Program.........................................................................................Michael Ogunwumi
Account Executive, Premium Ticket Services.......................................................................................Aneka Carter
Account Executive, Season Ticket Services........................................................................................ Zaid Abdullah
Account Executive, Season Ticket Services........................................................................................Maribel Castro
Account Executive, Season Ticket Services............................................................................................Devin Perry

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Ticket Operations
Director, Ticket Operations...............................................................................................................Derek Younger
Manager, Box Office ....................................................................................................................... Tyler Hubbard
Assistant Ticket Services Manager....................................................................................................... Lori Murphy
Assistant Ticket Manager, Satellite Box Office................................................................................. Bryan Broerman
Assistant Ticketing Manager, Season Tickets.....................................................................................Tammy Enright
Assistant Ticketing Manager, Ticket Exchange & Rewards Program................................................. Sigismond Nicolls

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Washington Nationals Dream Foundation
Chair..............................................................................................................................Marla Lerner Tanenbaum
Secretary and Treasurer...........................................................................................................Debra Lerner Cohen
Manager, Foundation ......................................................................................................................... Vera Maher
Coordinator, Foundation................................................................................................... Briana McFadden Walsh

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THE LERNER FAMILY
PRINCIPAL OWNERS

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Theodore N. Lerner
Annette M. Lerner

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Mark D. Lerner

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Judy Lenkin Lerner
Edward L. Cohen

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Debra Lerner Cohen
Robert K. Tanenbaum

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Marla Lerner Tanenbaum

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THE LERNER FAMILY – PRINCIPAL OWNERS

Theodore N. Lerner, along with his wife Annette, his son Mark D. Lerner, daughters Debra Lerner Cohen and Marla Lerner Tanenbaum,
his daughter-in-law Judy Lenkin Lerner, and his sons-in-law Edward L. Cohen and Robert K. Tanenbaum are the principal owners of the
Washington Nationals. The Lerner family purchased the team from Major League Baseball in July, 2006.
As long-time Washington area residents and proud stewards of the National Pastime in the Nation’s Capital, the entire Lerner family is
committed to franchise excellence both on the field and off. They have worked closely with the outstanding Nationals staff to ensure that
Nationals Park provides the most fan-friendly, accessible and affordable experience available for Washington area families and sports
fans. Focused on every aspect of the fan ballpark experience, the Lerner family applies the same dedication to high quality that is the
hallmark of their award-winning development of millions of square feet of Washington-area office, hotel, residential and retail properties.
As groundbreaking visionaries in environmental development, the Lerner family is committed to building “green.” Nationals Park is the
first Major League Baseball ballpark to be LEED® Certified by the United States Green Building Council, and features reduced energy
consumption, stringent waste management, and effective use of recycled materials.
The Lerner portfolio is comprised of many well known award-winning developments including: 2000 Tower Oaks Boulevard (LEED® Platinum Certification), Rockville, MD; Tysons II, McLean, VA; White Flint North and White Flint Mall, North Bethesda, MD; Washington Square
at 1050 Connecticut Avenue, NW and 20 M Street, SE near Nationals Park (LEED® Gold Certification), Washington, D.C.; Dulles Town
Center Mall and Residence Inn-Dulles Airport, Dulles 28 Centre, Dulles VA; Greenbelt Marriott, Greenbelt, MD; Fallsgrove Village Center
and Fallsgrove Hilton Garden Inn & Homewood Suites, Rockville, MD, among many others. In addition, Lerner is a partner in Chelsea
Piers, the 30-acre sports and entertainment complex in New York City. The company has been the recipient of numerous NAIOP and other
industry awards in its 59 year history including the 2009 Fairfax County Honor Award for Design Excellence for 1800 Tysons Boulevard
in The Corporate Office Centre at Tysons II. Lerner Enterprises is based in Rockville, MD and was voted family business of the year by
the Kogod School of Business at The American University in 1999 and in 2008 was named Visionaries of the Year and Most Influential
Commercial Real Estate Company in the Washington area by Bisnow Real Estate.
The Nationals, under Lerner family ownership, have worked carefully to construct a team that can compete in the long-term. Through
player development, smart trades and drafts, the team is coming together and expects to be a National League competitor in the 2011
season. Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Mike Rizzo, Manager Jim Riggleman and the team’s
experienced scouting staff worked tirelessly during the off-season to bring on strong new players like rightfielder Jayson Werth and first
baseman Adam LaRoche. These acquisitions, combined with the talented arms of Jordan Zimmermann and Drew Storen, should ensure
that players like Ryan Zimmerman, Nyjer Morgan and Ian Desmond have a chance to make their at-bats count in every game. The return
of a healthy Stephen Strasburg later in the season promises to give the team’s pitching even more excitement than it did in 2010. The
signing of number one draft pick pitcher Bryce Harper means that the fans have even more to look forward to from the Nationals over
the next several years.
Through the team’s community relations and the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation, and privately through The Annette M. and
Theodore N. Lerner Family Foundation, the Lerner family has demonstrated its commitment to the people and neighborhoods of the Washington area. Players and staff are encouraged to be active participants in the team’s community outreach and the organization is proud
that Nationals players are visiting schools, hospitals and neighborhoods nearly every day of every homestand. In addition to supporting
non-profits in the area of Nats Park as part of the Neighborhood Initiative, its work with Boys & Girls Clubs, the Earth Conservation Corps,
the Pediatric Diabetes Care Facility at Children’s National Medical Center, and other area organizations, the Dream Foundation has joined
with the District to build the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy – a unique facility that will provide inner city youth with the
opportunity to develop their baseball skills while fostering their academic and social development. The Academy expects to open its doors
in DC’s Ward 7 later this year, and will have three fields and its academic building open for year-round use by 2012.
As representatives of the national pastime in the nation’s capital, the Lerner family is also proud to honor and support our extensive
armed forces and military veterans community. Members of the active and retired military are welcomed and honored at every single
Nationals home game, and players often visit vets at both Walter Reed and Bethesda hospitals. The team is continuously finding new
ways to make Nationals Park a second home to our servicemen and servicewomen.
Additionally, Lerner family members are privately involved in a wide range of Washington, DC-area community programs and events.
Through The Annette M. and Theodore N. Lerner Family Foundation they support many organizations, including The George Washington
University; Food and Friends; the Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Hadley’s Park; The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts;
the Weizmann Institute of Science; the Scleroderma Foundation of Greater Washington; YouthAids; Junior Achievement of the Greater
Washington Area; the Jewish Community Centers of Greater Washington and District of Columbia; and Imagination Stage of Bethesda,
among many other worthy programs. Ted and his wife Annette, are founding members of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
in Washington, D.C.

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We would like to welcome all our friends in the media to Nationals Park and to the 2011 Nationals season.
We had a very active off-season, adding some veteran firepower and defense to what we believe will be one
of the most interesting young rosters in all of baseball.

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We think our print and broadcast media facilities are second to none, and we have added some internal
social media innovations that we believe will help you keep up on all that happening with the Nationals,
both on the field and off. We are certain that you will find our communications staff friendly and helpful,
and we hope you will not hesitate to call on them for any assistance you need during the season.

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Last season, we were excited by the promise of Ian Desmond, Stephen Strasburg, Danny Espinosa, Roger
Bernandina, Nyjer Morgan, and the continued improvement of All-Star Ryan Zimmerman, who built on a
breakout 2009 campaign earning a second straight Silver Slugger Award for his performance at the plate.
General Manager Mike Rizzo’s aggressive off-season signings of emerging superstar Jayson Werth, hardhitting, defensive first baseman Adam LaRoche, some solid middle relievers, should make the Nationals
one of the most improved teams in the National League.

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We look forward to the late season return of Strasburg, breakout performances by pitchers Jordan
Zimmermann and John Lannan, and the development of one of baseball’s strongest farm systems including last season’s MLB number one draft choice, the exciting outfielder Bryce Harper. We believe the
development of our young talent in the Minor League system will make the Nationals competitive for many
years to come.

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We hope you find the Nationals staff and Nationals Park among the very finest in Major League Baseball.
The entire Lerner family and every member of our ownership group and management team invite you to
please join us in making the 2011 season unforgettable.
Sincerely,

Mark D. Lerner

Edward L. Cohen

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Robert K. Tanenbaum

On behalf of the entire Lerner and Washington Nationals Family

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THEODORE N. LERNER
MANAGING PRINCIPAL OWNER

For a lifelong baseball fan who paid 25 cents to sit in the bleachers at Griffith Stadium to watch the
Senators, and worked as an usher in the ballpark as a teenager, owning the Washington Nationals is the
realization of a lifetime dream.
Since becoming the managing principal owner of the Nationals on May 3, 2006, Ted Lerner and his family
have worked non-stop to build the Nationals into a world-class baseball team in their hometown. Knowing how important baseball is to the Nation’s Capitol, Ted Lerner and the Lerner family are dedicated to
making the team a winner and the new Nationals Park a success for the fans.
Born and raised in Washington, D.C., Ted Lerner founded Lerner Enterprises in 1952, and it is the largest
private real estate development company in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area. Lerner Enterprises
is based in Rockville, Maryland and was voted family business of the year by the Kogod School of Business
at The American University in 1999 and in 2008 was named Visionaries of the Year and Most Influential
Commercial Real Estate Company in the Washington area by Bisnow Real Estate. He is a graduate of
The George Washington University and has a law degree from The George Washington University National
Law Center.
Mr. Lerner has served on the Board of Trustees and Executive Committee of The George Washington
University. Two buildings have been donated to the University - the Annette and Theodore Lerner Family
Health and Wellness Center and the Theodore N. Lerner Hall at the GWU National Law Center. Their private
foundation, The Annette M. and Theodore N. Lerner Family Foundation, provides support to many local
and international organizations, including the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Weizmann Institute of
Science, Junior Achievement of the Greater Washington Area, Georgetown Day School, Charles E. Smith
Jewish Day School, The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, B’nai Brith Youth Organization (BBYO),
Washington Hospital Center Foundation, the Anti- Defamation League, the Jewish Community Centers
of Greater Washington and District of Columbia, Imagination Stage of Bethesda, Food and Friends,
YouthAids, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and many more. Adding to this history of
community involvement in the Washington area, the Lerner family is pleased to be able to expand their
active participation in the region through the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation.
Mr. Lerner is a founding member of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. In 1990, the American Academy of Achievement awarded him the Golden Plate Award of Excellence. He was elected to
the Washington Business Hall of Fame by Junior Achievement in 2003, and in 2007 was honored as the
charter inductee in The George Washington University School of Business Sports Executives Hall of Fame
and the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington Sports Hall of Fame.

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ANNETTE M. LERNER
PRINCIPAL OWNER

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Annette Morris Lerner was born in Washington, D.C., and grew up in the Silver Spring, Maryland area
and the eastern shore of Maryland. She has participated in many community projects and supported
numerous philanthropic organizations. Mrs. Lerner is both an artist and a collector of fine arts, and is
presently on the board of the Palm Springs Art Museum, where she and her husband have a winter home.

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Mark D. Lerner is a native Washingtonian and principal owner and vice chairman of the Washington Nationals Baseball Club. He is also a principal of Lerner Enterprises, the largest private real estate developer in
the Washington, D.C. area. The company was founded in 1952 by Mark’s father Theodore N. Lerner, and is
involved in all phases of real estate including planning, development, construction, leasing, asset and
property management. The Lerner organization has developed millions of square feet of office buildings,
retail centers, hotels and residential communities in the Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia area.
The principals of the company include Mark’s father Ted, and his brothers-in-law, Edward L. Cohen and
Robert K. Tanenbaum. He received his BBA from The George Washington University in 1975.
An enthusiastic sports fan since childhood, Mark also represents the Lerner, Cohen and Tanenbaum family
as a partner in Monumental Sports & Entertainment – the sports investment group that owns the NHL
Washington Capitals, NBA Washington Wizards, WNBA Washington Mystics and the Verizon Center. Mark
holds numerous volunteer positions within the community. He is currently on the Council of Advisors of
the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington, a member of the Board of Directors of Hillel at The
George Washington University, a member of the Advisory Board of Israel Bonds, a member of the New
York University | DC Center Steering Committee, vice president of The Annette M. and Theodore N. Lerner
Family Foundation and an officer of the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation. In 2007, he received the
prestigious Chadesh Yameinu Award from the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School in Rockville, Maryland,
where he previously served as a member of the Board of Directors and as chair of the Building & Grounds
Committee. He was also co-chair of the 2004 JCC Maccabi Games of Greater Washington.
Adding to this history of community involvement in the Washington area, the Lerner family is pleased
to expand their participation in the region through the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation. This
includes major planned projects such as the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy in Ward 7
and a Pediatric Diabetes Care Complex at the Children’s National Medical Center. In addition, the Lerner
and Nationals charitable foundations are helping to create the Washington Nationals Miracle Field in
Germantown, MD to encourage disabled children to play baseball. The team also hosts player trips to
visit active military and veterans at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Bethesda Naval Hospital, and
hosts and honors returning veterans at each of their home games.
Mark resides in Washington with his wife of 32 years, Judy Lenkin Lerner. They have three children.

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JUDY LENKIN LERNER
PRINCIPAL OWNER

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She also is the president of the Judy and Mark Lerner Family Foundation which supports many local
organizations.

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Judy Lenkin Lerner is a native Washingtonian. She works for many community and educational volunteer
programs in the Washington area. Currently, she is a docent at The Smithsonian American Art Museum
(SAAM).

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Edward L. Cohen, a principal owner and vice chairman of the Washington Nationals Baseball Club, graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and Georgetown University Law Center. Prior to being involved
in baseball and real estate, he was a lawyer specializing in nuclear energy matters. While attending law
school, he taught the fifth grade at Shadd Elementary School in Southeast, DC and worked as a research
assistant for Sen. Abraham Ribicoff in his U.S. Senate Office.
Ed also serves as a principal of Lerner Enterprises and executive vice president, secretary and treasurer
of Lerner Corporation.
Over the years, Ed has been involved with the following Boards: Capstar Hotel Co; The
Congressional Award; The Ellington Fund; The Episcopal Center for Children; Georgetown Day School;
Georgetown University Law Center Board of Visitors; Junior Achievement of the National Capital Area;
University of Pennsylvania Dean’s Committee; and Weizmann Institute of Science.

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EDWARD L. COHEN

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DEBRA LERNER COHEN
PRINCIPAL OWNER

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Debra served as a Presidential appointment to the council of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and as chairman for its Committee on Collections and Acquisitions. In addition, she is a member
of the board, American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science in Washington and was former
chairman of that board. In 2007, Debra was the recipient of the Washington DC Jewish Community Center
President’s Award and continues her long service on its board. She is a former member of the board,
Imagination Stage, a theater arts center serving the area’s youth and was also the co-chair of the Capital
Campaign for Georgetown Day High School.

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Debra Lerner Cohen is a principal of Lerner Enterprises and an officer of The Annette M. and Theodore N.
Lerner Family Foundation, supporting numerous charitable causes in and around Washington, DC. She
is an officer of the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation, serving the youth of the city by focusing on
their education, health and recreation. She was born and raised in the Washington, DC area, and earned
her BA from The American University.

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Robert K. Tanenbaum, a principal owner and vice chairman of the Washington Nationals Baseball Club,
was born in Rochester, NY and has lived in the Washington, D.C. area since graduating from college. He
is a principal of Lerner Enterprises, the Lerner family’s real estate, development and investment company.
Bob attended Union College where he graduated in 1979 with a degree in political science, earned summa
cum laude honors and was chosen Phi Beta Kappa. He received a Juris Doctor degree from The George
Washington University National Law Center in 1982.
Bob is a trustee on the boards of both The George Washington University and Vassar College and chairs
GW’s investment committee. He is also on the board of the Imagination Stage of Bethesda. He is a
member of the Federal City Council and of the Economic Club of Washington, D.C. An active Eagle Scout,
he is also involved in a variety of other educational, political and community programs.

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MARLA LERNER TANENBAUM
PRINCIPAL OWNER

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Marla received her BA from Newcomb College of Tulane University, her Juris Doctor degree with honors from
The George Washington University National Law Center and attended the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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Marla is also currently the chair of the board for the Koby Mandell Foundation, which sponsors healing
programs and camps for children who have lost family to acts of terror in Israel; the immediate past chair
of the Anti-Defamation League’s Washington DC region; a member of the Children’s Hospital Foundation Board; a member of the National Board of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem; and a former board
member of Food and Friends, an organization which serves the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS and
other life-challenging illnesses in the Washington, DC, metropolitan community.

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The Dream Foundation focuses on cornerstone programs which have an emphasis on children’s health,
education and recreation. This summer, the Foundation will open the doors to The Washington Nationals
Youth Baseball Academy in DC’s Ward 7 and expects to fully open its three fields and academic building for
year-round use by local students in 2012. The Dream Foundation is also funding the Washington Nationals
Diabetes Care Complex at Children’s National Medical Center and, every year, makes thousands of dollars
worth of grants to local non profits in the area of Nationals Park as part of the Neighborhood Initiative.

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Marla Lerner Tanenbaum serves as chairperson of the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation and as
president of her family’s philanthropic foundation, The Annette M. and Theodore N. Lerner Family Foundation, which has distributed millions of dollars in the capital region.

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FOUNDING PARTNERS

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FOUNDING
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Paxton K. Baker

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James T. Brown
Faye L. Fields

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Stan H. Kasten
Alphonso Maldon, Jr.

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B. Doyle Mitchell
Raul R. Romero

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Rodney E. Slater

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Jarvis C. Stewart

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MIKE RIZZO

Executive V.p. Of Baseball Operations
and General Manager

On December 5, 2010, Rizzo ushered in “Phase Two” of the Nationals’ franchise evolution by signing right fielder Jayson Werth
to a monumental seven-year contract. As Rizzo explained, Phase Two would entail “adding key pieces that will help Washington
compete for division titles and championships,” and with that declaration in mind, one month later Rizzo inked first baseman
Adam LaRoche to a two-year contract. The additions of Werth and LaRoche spoke to Rizzo’s mantra that pitching, defense and
athleticism are fundamental to winning baseball.

His first major task as General Manager was to lay a steady hand on the Nationals’ operation in the Dominican Republic, scout
and establish a one-year alternative complex arrangement and execute a subsequent relocation to Boca Chica that subsequently
included the construction of a new Nationals training facility.

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In Rizzo’s initial two-plus seasons in Washington, he participated in all facets of the baseball operation, including but not limited
to player acquisitions, contract negotiations, arbitration preparation and player evaluations. He also oversees Washington’s Major
League, Professional and International scouting activities. Rizzo’s expertise and relationship-building have breathed new life into
the Nationals’ international efforts.

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Rizzo’s deft trade touch has been evident in a series of culture-changing trades that netted reliever Sean Burnett from the Pirates,
catching prospect Wilson Ramos from the Twins and lefthander Tom Gorzelanny from the Cubs. Gorzelanny’s addition allows for
significant rotation depth unseen in Washington since baseball returned to The District in 2005.

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Since assuming all General Manager functions for the Nationals in March of 2009, Rizzo has secured the long-term signing of
franchise staple Ryan Zimmerman, promoted Jim Riggleman to Manager and successfully signed a pair of first-overall selections
in the First-Year Player Draft, Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg, as well as fellow first-rounder Drew Storen.

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Rizzo’s hiring was the first significant addition made by the organization after the Lerner Family officially took control of the
Nationals the same day. Rizzo’s arrival in D.C. punctuated the Nationals’ scouting momentum gained in both international and
domestic scouting circles.

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Mike Rizzo was promoted to Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations and General Manager on Oct. 19, 2010. Rizzo had
previously been appointed Senior Vice President & General Manager on August 20, 2010. He originally joined the organization as
Assistant General Manager and Vice President of Baseball Operations on July 24, 2006.

The initial return upon Rizzo joining the Nationals was spectacular, as the Nationals’ 2007 First-Year Player Draft—Rizzo’s first
with the organization—was rated as the best in baseball by Baseball America.

Rizzo earned a World Series ring with Arizona in 2001, but the fruits of his labor did not end there for the Diamondbacks. Brandon
Webb (2006 Cy Young Award winner), Carlos Gonzalez, Chad Tracy, Justin Upton, Stephen Drew, Dan Uggla, Micah Owings, Tony
Pena, Mark Reynolds, Conor Jackson, Miguel Montero, Chris Snyder, Carlos Quentin, Max Sherzer and Brett Anderson were signed
by Arizona under Rizzo’s watch. While with the White Sox, Rizzo inked future two-time American League MVP Frank Thomas.

Raised in Chicago, IL, Rizzo spent four seasons as a minor league player in the Angels organization before retiring and beginning
a coaching career at the University of Illinois, where he served as an assistant coach while earning a Bachelor of Arts in Communications.

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Rizzo, who is entering his 28th season of pro ball, joined the Diamondbacks for their inaugural 1998 campaign after enjoying stints
with the Boston Red Sox (1992-98, area supervisor, international scout and major league advance scout) and Chicago White Sox
(1986-92, Midwest and Southeast territorial scout).

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In 2001, upon being named Arizona’s Director of Scouting, the Diamondbacks’ minor-league system ranked 29th in baseball according to Baseball America. Five highly successful drafts and a few hundred thousand miles traveled later, Arizona’s system was
ranked No. 1 in baseball by the same publication entering the 2006 season.

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Rizzo joined the Nationals after spending the previous seven seasons with the Arizona Diamondbacks, primarily as Director of
Scouting. Following the 2005 campaign, when eight Diamondback players were honored with individual awards and/or designations to their leagues’ All-Star teams, Rizzo was promoted, earning the title of Vice President of Scouting Operations after the
Diamondbacks were named Topps’ Organization of the Year.

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

Andrew Feffer serves as Chief Operating Officer for the Washington Nationals Baseball Club, overseeing all business operations
for the club. He is directly responsible for the club’s revenue generation, marketing, communications, brand development and
business administration.
Prior to joining the Washington Nationals, Feffer oversaw and directed NFL PLAYERS, the for-profit subsidiary of the NFL Players
Association. In this role, he managed the day-to-day operations of the company, focusing on marketing, licensing, sponsorship,
special events, content development and television production. Feffer successfully re-built the brand and significantly increased
new revenue streams, developing the NFL PLAYERS business into a $100 million-plus enterprise. Previously, Feffer oversaw and
managed marketing and sales development for team owner Robert L. Johnson and the NBA expansion Charlotte Bobcats. He was
instrumental in developing and building the initial start-up marketing operations, creating the branding, advertising, merchandising, database marketing and sales channels for the organization.
Feffer brings more than 20 years of sales and marketing experience in professional sports to the Washington Nationals. Before
being named to the initial start-up executive group for Bobcats Basketball Holdings, LLC, he was the founder and President of
Frontier Group, a marketing services company for media, entertainment and sports properties. Feffer’s experience also includes
sales and marketing at DIRECTV, where he managed various professional sports and college offerings. He began his sports career
serving as the Director of Business Operations for Major League Baseball’s Baltimore Orioles, with an emphasis on leading the
club’s minor league operations.
Feffer received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and his MBA from Georgetown University. Feffer serves
on the Board of Directors for the Greater Washington Sports Alliance. He and his wife, Susan, are the parents of a son, Jake and
daughter, Rees.

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BOB WOLFE

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

FRONT OFFICE |
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Bob Wolfe is entering his 6th season in Washington after joining the Nationals as Executive Vice President on June 1, 2006.

While quickly becoming a premier baseball facility, Nationals Park also has been established as a premier events, entertainment
and concert venue, having hosted events as varied as Pope Benedict XVI’s Papal Mass (April 2008), the Elton John/Billy Joel Face
2 Face Tour (July 2009) and Dave Matthews/Zac Brown bands (July 2010).

After working in various areas for the Braves’ from 1980-84, Wolfe accepted a post as Hawks Business Manager in 1985. He was
named Vice President/Business Manager of the NBA franchise in 1988. His seven seasons with the Hawks were during a period
of significant growth for both the team and the league, as both record attendance and revenue levels were achieved by both.

Raised to the play-by-play of Bob Prince in Pittsburgh, Harry Kalas in Philadelphia and Ernie Johnson, Sr. in Atlanta, Wolfe
graduated from Oglethorpe University in Atlanta in 1980. Bob and his wife, Kelly Koelker, have one daughter, Ellery.

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While in Atlanta, Wolfe served on the board of directors for the Atlanta Hawks Foundation and the Atlanta Braves Foundation, as well
as the Atlanta Sports Council and the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau. In 1998 he was named the Georgia Minority Supplier
Development Council’s Executive of the Year for the Braves’ successful efforts in developing ties with the small business community.

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RECORDS

During Wolfe’s tenure the Braves experienced record attendance levels, with annual attendance consistently greater than three
million. Wolfe and the Braves hosted eleven consecutive post-seasons, including four World Series, and staged Major League
Baseball’s 2000 All-Star Game and multiple major concerts.

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He previously served with both the Atlanta Braves and Atlanta Hawks, including over a decade as Braves Sr. Vice President of
Administration (1992-2003). While with the Braves, Wolfe was directly involved with the design and development of Turner Field,
and responsible for its related sales, marketing and operational plans following the ballpark’s conversion from Olympic Stadium
before the 1997 baseball season.

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Wolfe’s leadership and experience have helped shape the Nationals’ modern-day front office, and its business practices and ballpark
policies. From the time he was hired in 2006, as the Lerner family took ownership of the Nationals’ franchise from Major League
Baseball, Wolfe has managed the growth and development of the front-office staff, lent experience to the design and development
of Nationals Park, and steadied the ballclub’s transition from RFK Memorial Stadium into their new, state-of-the-art ballpark in
the winter of 2008.

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Wolfe’s responsibilities with the Nationals touch on all aspects of the club’s various business and administrative areas, including
ballpark operations and development, finance and budget management, information technology, sales and marketing, non-baseball
events through Nationals Ballpark Enterprises, legal, ticket operations, Florida spring training operations, food service and human
resources.

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Assistant G.M. & V.P., Player Personnel

Roy Clark was named Nationals Vice President of Player Personnel on October 16, 2009 and has already made an impact in the draft room, selecting
OF Bryce Harper (first-overall) and LHP Sammy Solis (2nd round, 51st overall) in the 2010 First-Year Player Draft.
Clark joined the Nationals after an impressive 11-year run as Director of Scouting with the Atlanta Braves. Clark joined the Braves as an area scout
in 1989, and he later enjoyed progressive stints as Atlanta’s national supervisor (1996-99) and southeast supervisor (1995). His efforts helped the
Braves earn Baseball America’s prestigious Organization of the Year award three times (1991, 1996, 2005) and USA Today’s Organization of the Year
citation in 1996. Clark sports a World Series ring from the Braves’ 1995 World Championship campaign.
Clark is best known for having procured talents such as catcher Brian McCann, right-handed pitcher Tommy Hanson, right-handed pitcher Adam
Wainwright, infielder Adam LaRoche, right-handed pitcher Joey Devine, right-handed pitcher Jason Marquis, right-handed pitcher Kevin Millwood,
catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia and outfielder Jeff Francoeur for the Braves. Meanwhile, Braves minor-league outfielder Jason Heyward was recently
cited as Baseball America’s 2009 Minor League Player of the Year and is regarded by many as baseball’s top prospect among position players.
Clark previously worked for Indians (area scout, 1988-89) and Mariners (minor-league coach, 1984; area scout, 1985-86).
An All-ACC infielder at North Carolina in 1979, Clark was selected by Seattle in the 24th round of the June Draft that same year. He played four
professional seasons, advancing as high as Triple-A in 1982.
Clark and his wife, Debbie, have three children: Justin, Travis and Lauren.

BOB BOONE

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ROY CLARK

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Assistant G.M. & V.P., Player DEVELOPMENT

Bob Boone joined the Nationals upon being appointed as Special Assistant to the General Manager on December 11, 2004. He shifted into his current
role as Assistant General Manager & Vice President, Player Development during the 2006 season.
From his first day with the Nationals, Boone has played an extremely vital role in all big league evaluations, both internal and external, and helped
“recruit” a new wave of player-development talent to join the Nationals’ scouting and coaching ranks. His presence has also helped the Nationals
in signing Player Development Contracts with Syracuse of the Triple-A International League and Hagerstown of the Single-A South Atlantic League,
thus compacting Washington’s player-development footprint.

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Boone joined Washington after spending the 2004 campaign with Philadelphia as a Special Assignment Scout, a position he accepted on December
3, 2003 after a 22-year hiatus from the Phillies organization.
One of the premier catchers of his generation, Bob was named to four All-Star teams (1976, 78-79, 83) and won seven Rawlings Gold Gloves (197879, 82, 86-89), including two at ages 40 and 41, during his 19-year career. Only Ivan Rodriguez (13) and Johnny Bench (10) have won more Gold
Gloves for catching.
Selected by the Phillies as a 3rd baseman out of Stanford University—where he graduated with a degree in psychology—Boone spent the first ten
years of his major league career with Philadelphia (1972-81), which won four division titles and a World Series Championship in 1980.

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Following his tenure with the Phillies, Boone played for Anaheim (1982-88) and Kansas City (1989-90). Upon retirement, Boone held the major league
record for games caught in a career (2225), a record later broken by Carlton Fisk, and most seasons catching at least 100 games (15).
In October of 1994, Boone was named manager of the Kansas City Royals, a position he held until July of 1997. Following tenure with Kansas City,
Boone joined Cincinnati as a special assistant before serving as manager of the Reds from 2001 until July of 2003.
Bob was born on November 19, 1947 in San Diego, CA and resides in Villa Park, CA with his wife, Sue. Two of their sons played major league baseball
and achieved All-Star status: Bret (three-time All-Star, retired) and Aaron (2003 NL All-Star, retired). His father, the late Ray Boone, was an All-Star
infielder during his 13-year career in the big leagues (1948-60). Bob’s brother, Rodney, played in the Kansas City and Houston farm systems from
1972-75. The Boones are one of only three 3-generation baseball families, along with the Bells (Gus, Buddy and David) and the Hairstons (Sam,
Jerry Sr. and Jerry Jr.).

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DAVEY JOHNSON

SENIOR ADVISOR TO THE GENERAL MANAGER

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Davey Johnson was named Nationals Senior Advisor to the General Manager on November 18, 2009.

In those 14 big league seasons, Johnson’s clubs finished first or 2nd 11 times, including five division titles, one pennant and one World Championship
earned with the Mets in 1986.
In 1997, Johnson was named American League Manager of the Year after guiding the Orioles to a 98-64 (.605) record. He is one of only seven living men
to have won a World Series ring as a player and manager, joining Alvin Dark, Joe Girardi, Ralph Houk, Lou Piniella, Mike Scioscia and Red Schoendienst.

Johnson was recently one of 10 managers placed on the new Veterans Committee ballot for potential induction into the National Baseball Hall of
Fame in Cooperstown.
As a player, Johnson hit .261 with 136 home runs and 609 RBI in 13 big league seasons during a career that included a stint in Japan. Johnson was
a four-time All-Star, won three Gold Gloves, played in five post-seasons and earned a pair of World Series rings with the Orioles in 1966 and 1970.
He is also the only player to have hit behind Hank Aaron and Japan’s all-time home run king, Sadaharu Oh.

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Johnson joins the Nationals after managing Team USA to a semi-finals berth in the 2009 World Baseball Classic. Johnson has managed or coached
five Team USA professional squads since 2005, including the 2008 Olympic team that claimed the bronze in Beijing. Johnson spent the summer of
2009 managing amateur players with the DeLand Suns of the Florida Collegiate Summer League.

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A former World Series winning player and manager, Johnson skippered four big league teams—the Mets, Reds, Orioles and Dodgers—for 14 seasons,
compiling a 1148-888 (.564) record.

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HISTORY AND
RECORDS
Working for his 9th franchise, Phil joins his son Mike (Nationals Vice President and General Manager) for the 2nd time. The two also worked together
for seven seasons (1999-2005) with Arizona, where Phil was a Diamondbacks Special Assignment Scout.
While with the Diamondbacks, Rizzo made the first call and filed the first report on University of Kentucky righthander Brandon Webb, who has since
won the 2006 Cy Young Award and represented Arizona in three All-Star Games.

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In May of 2008, Phil was one of eight scouts to comprise the inaugural class of the Professional Baseball Scouts Hall of Fame. Phil is credited with
signing, among others, right-handed pitcher Bob Wickman, left-handed pitcher Bob Kipper, catcher Mike Matheny, infielder Dick Schofield and
infielder Mark Loretta.

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Phil Rizzo was named Nationals Senior Advisor to the General Manager on December 3, 2009, brining more than 40 years of scouting experience to
the organization.

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DAMON JONES

VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL COUNSEL

Damon Jones serves as Vice President & General Counsel and is entering his 5th season with the Nationals, having joined the Club on July 25, 2007. He is
responsible for all legal affairs of the Club, including contracts and other legal matters related to both the business operations and baseball operations of the
Nationals. Damon also handles baseball salary arbitration cases for the Club.
Prior to joining the Nationals, Damon practiced at the law firm of Williams & Connolly LLP in Washington, DC. There, his practice included complex litigation as
well as transactional and general business representation of high profile individuals, including baseball and basketball players and some members of the media.
Prior to joining Williams & Connolly, Jones served as an inaugural law clerk to the Honorable Roger L. Gregory of the United States Court of Appeals for the 4th
Circuit. He also practiced law at the Century City law firm Greenberg Glusker, where he represented Dreamworks SKG founder Jeffrey Katzenberg in a well-known
lawsuit against the Walt Disney Co. He received a J.D., cum laude, from Harvard Law School in 1998 and a B.A. with honors from the University of California, Santa
Barbara, where he also played Division I intercollegiate baseball, in 1993. He also served as a California State Senate Fellow before attending Harvard Law School.

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Damon is a member of the board of directors of the Washington, D.C. chapter of Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (“RBI”). He and his wife, Diara Holmes, have
a son, Miles, and a daughter, Maya.

BRIAN MINNITI

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ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER

Minniti was named Nationals Assistant General Manager on November 16, 2009 after spending the previous nine seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates, the last
two as Director of Baseball Operations.
In his current role in Washington, Minniti assists General Manager Mike Rizzo in all aspects of Baseball Operations including rules compliance, transactions,
budgeting and contract negotiations.
Minniti began his career with the Pittsburgh as an intern in the Baseball Operations department in January 2001. He also worked as an assistant within the
same department before being named a full-time staff member on January 1, 2004.

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Minniti earned a Bachelor of Science degree with a Double Major in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Pittsburgh in 2002. He was born in
Painesville, OH, and currently resides in Alexandria, VA, with his wife Amy.

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DIRECTOR OF TEAM TRAVEL

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Rob McDonald begins 10th season with the Nationals’ organization as the Director of Team Travel.
Following a challenging 2003 season, which featured the Expos’ first-ever 22-game slate in Puerto Rico, McDonald was voted by his peers as the recipient of the
Don Davidson Memorial Award as MLB’s traveling secretary of the year.
Prior to joining the Expos, he served three years (1999-01) with the Marlins as Baseball Operations Assistant. In the fall of 1998, McDonald served as the
Operations Manager for the Sun Cities Solar Sox of the Arizona Fall League. In 1998, during Arizona’s inaugural NL season, he worked with the Diamondbacks’
Major League Coaching Staff during spring training and the Marketing Department during the regular season.
After attending Northern Illinois University on a football scholarship, McDonald later earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of
Arizona. McDonald is single and resides in Washington, DC.

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JIM RIGGLEMAN

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BIG LEAGUE MANAGING / COACHING EXPERIENCE
Has logged 18 seasons as a coach or manager at the big league level, including managerial stints in Washington, SEA,
CHI and SDP...in 2008, began as bench coach for SEA, before he was named interim manager of the club on June 19
upon John McLaren being dismissed...upon assuming the Mariners helm in ‘08, posted a winning percentage .053
higher (.400 to .347) than club’s percentage upon taking the job...skippered CHI for 5 seasons from 1995-99...tenure
with the Northsiders included pair of winning season...a 90-73 (.552) mark rendered a Wild Card playoff berth in
1998...Cubs were swept, 3-0, by ATL in the ‘98 NLDS in their first post-season berth in 9 seasons...managed first big
league game—a 7-6 loss to visiting HOU—on Sept. 23, 1992,as skipper of the Padres...first win came one day later,
a 7-1 victory over the same Astros, Sept. 24, 1992...held SDP’s highest on-field post through the 1994 season...was
member of Felipe Alou’s NL coaching staff at the ‘95 All-Star Game...has managed or coached the likes of Adam Dunn,
Luis Gonzalez, Mark Grace, Tony Gwynn, Trevor Hoffman, Manny Ramirez, Ivan Rodriguez, Ryne Sandberg, Gary Sheffield, Sammy Sosa, Stephen Strasburg, Ichiro Suzuki, Jim Thome and Ryan Zimmerman...earned a Bachelor’s degree
in physical education from Frostburg (MD) State, which is located just 140 miles from DC...is a member of Frostburg
State University’s Athletic Hall of Fame....still holds FSU Bobcats single-game records for home runs (3), RBI (8) and
total bases (12)...is a 1970 graduate of Robert Montgomery (MD) High...in recent years, has been active in fundraising
efforts for the Rockville Express of the Cal Ripken Sr. Collegiate Baseball League (CRSCBL).

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WITH THE NATIONALS
Has gone 102-135 (.430) during his season-and-a-half as Nationals skipper...Nationals showed significant improvement during the first full season under his leadership in 2010 (69-93 record), notching 10 more wins than 2008 and
2009 squads...under his watch, the 2010 Nationals achieved the 2nd lowest ERA (4.13) in club history...masterfully
managed the bullpen in 2010, as the unit posted the best marks in club history with a 3.33 ERA and .236 BAA...
renewed emphasis on defense and fundamentals paid dividends, as the 2010 Nationals improved their error total from
the previous season by 16...named Nationals’ interim manager during the ‘09 All-Star break...in the season’s 2nd half in
2009, the Nationals displayed marked improvement in extra-inning (3-1), one-run (13-9) and NL East (17-16) contests
despite having a rookie starting pitcher toe the rubber 45 times in 75 games (60%).

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RIGGLEMAN RESUME
In one-and-a-half seasons as Nationals manager, has compiled a 102-135 (.430) record...was named Nationals’ 3rd
manager on November 12, 2009 after being appointed interim manager on July 14, 2009 (replaced Manny Acta)...
joined the Nationals organization as Acta’s bench coach on October 24, 2008...has logged 30 season as a manager
or coach...has spent 18 years as a manager or coach at the major league level, 16 in the National League...has managed parts of 11 MLB seasons with Washington (2009-10), SEA (2008), CHI (1995-99) and SDP (1992-94)...owns
a 624-787 (.442) career managerial mark in the big leagues...finished 2008 as SEA’s interim manager, guiding the
Mariners to a 36-54 (.400) finish after being named interim skipper on June 19...in last decade, has held bench coach
posts with Washington (first half of 2009), SEA (2008) and LAD (2001-04)...also served as 3B coach with CLE in
2000 and as STL’s 1B coach from 1989-90...served 9 seasons as a minor league manager in the STL (1982-88) and
LAD (1991-92) chains, recording a winning mark at 558-554 (.502)...made coaching debut as a coach with Double-A
Arkansas in 1981...spent 3 seasons as STL’s minor league field coordinator from 2005-07...also served stint as STL’s
Farm Director, replacing Lee Thomas in 1988...has served stewardships under Tony LaRussa, Charlie Manuel and Jim
Tracy...playing career spanned 8 minor-league seasons...was selected by LAD in the 4th round of the 1974 First-Year
Player Draft...former infielder batted .268 with 76 homers, 396 RBI and 77 stolen bags...with Arkansas in 1980, was
named to the Texas League All-Star Team after registering career highs with a .295 batting average, 21 home runs, 90
RBI and 28 stolen bases.

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CAREER PLAYING, COACHING AND MANAGERIAL RECORD
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RIGGLEMAN’S PLAYING CAREER

AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
.266 80 252 29 67 13 1 8 41 25 56 1
1975 Waterbury .257 129 439 61 113 14 7 11 57 54 86 14
1976 Waterbury .261 84 287 38 75 14 2 6 39 31 47 4
Arkansas .299 47 154 29 46 9 1 5 25 19 13 1
1977 Arkansas .280 27 93 10 26 7 2 0 11 16 9 6
New Orleans .240 103 346 52 83 16 0 17 52 34 65 10
1978 Arkansas .293 59 174 34 51 8 1 4 34 43 39 2
1979 Arkansas .273 46 110 17 30 9 0 1 23 13 23 5
Springfield .237 35 93 9 22 4 0 2 9 5 26 3
1980 Arkansas .295 127 431 84 127 29 7 21 90 60 67 28
1981 Arkansas .241 37 133 17 32 7 1 1 15 16 29 3
TOTALS
.268 774 2512 380 672 130 22 76 396 316 460 77
RIGGLEMAN’S MANAGERIAL CAREER

YEAR CLUB
LEAGUE
1982 St. Petersburg
Single-A Florida State League
1983 St. Petersburg
Single-A Florida State League
1984 St. Petersburg
Single-A Florida State League
1985 Arkansas
Double-A Texas League
1986 Arkansas
Double-A Texas League
1987 Arkansas
Double-A Texas League
1988 Arkansas
Double-A Texas League
1991 Las Vegas
Triple-A Pacific Coast League
1992 Las Vegas
Triple-A Pacific Coast League

San Diego*
National League
1993 San Diego
National League
1994 San Diego
National League
1995 Chicago**
National League
1996 Chicago
National League
1997 Chicago
National League
1998 Chicago
National League
1999 Chicago
National League
2008 Seattle***
American League
2009 Washington****
National League
2010 Washington
National League
MAJORS TOTALS
MINORS TOTALS

W L
43
34
70
64
71
73
64
70
67
67
72
63
32
38
65
75
74
70
4
8
61
101
47
70
73
71
76
86
68
94
90
73
67
95
36
54
33
42
69
93
624 787
558 554

* - Named SDP manager on September 23, 1992
** - Named CHI manager on October 21, 1994.
# - Won NL Wild Card
*** - Named SEA manager on June 19, 2008
**** - Named Nationals manager on July 13, 2009

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CLUB
YEAR
1974 Waterbury

PCT FINISH
.558
2
.522
3/2
.493
3/3
.478
1/4
.500
3/3
.533
2/3
.457
3
.464
4/5
.514
1/3
.333
3
.377
7
.402
4
.507
3
.469
4
.420
5
.552
#2
.414
6
.400
4
.440
5
.426
5
.442
.502

FRANCHISE CHRONOLOGICAL

MANAGER
YEARS
W L
Gene Mauch ........................................... 1969-75
499 627
Karl Kuehl .............................................. 1976
43 85
Charlie Fox ............................................. 1976
12 22
Dick Williams ......................................... 1977-81
380 347
Jim Fanning ........................................... 1981-82, 1984
116
103
Bill Virdon .............................................. 1983-84
146 147
Buck Rodgers ......................................... 1985-91
520 499
Tom Runnells ......................................... 1991-92
68 81
Felipe Alou ............................................. 1992-01
691 717
Jeff Torborg ............................................ 2001
47 62
Frank Robinson ...................................... 2002-06
385 425
Manny Acta ............................................ 2007-09
158 252
Jim Riggleman ....................................... 2009-10
102 135

WASHINGTON NATIONALS ERA (2005-PRESENT)
MANAGER
YEARS
Frank Robinson ...................................... 2005-06
Manny Acta ............................................ 2007-09
Jim Riggleman ....................................... 2009-10

RK MANAGER
FRANCHISE GAMES
1. Felipe Alou.....................................................................1409
2. Gene Mauch..................................................................1127
3. Buck Rodgers................................................................1020

T PCT GAMES
1 .443 1127
0 .336 128
0 .353 34
0 .523 727
0
.530
219
1 .497 294
1 .510 1020
0 .456 149
1 .490 1409
0 .431 109
0 .475 810
0 .385 410
0 .430 237

W L T PCT
152 172 0 .469
158 252 0 .385
102 135 0 .430
RK
1.
2.
3.

GAMES
324
410
237

MANAGER
FRANCHISE WINS
Felipe Alou.......................................................................691
Buck Rodgers..................................................................520
Gene Mauch....................................................................499

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RICK ECKSTEIN

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PERSONAL
Rick Eckstein...graduated from the University of Florida in 1997 with degree in Health and Human Performance...had
career ended by injury after playing collegiately at Florida in 1996...played alongside brother David Eckstein—who
has enjoyed a 10-year career as a big-league infielder—and Gators teammates Mark Ellis, Brad Wilkerson, Josh Fogg
and Dan Wheeler...before transferring to the University of Florida, began college career with Brewton Parker College in
Mount Vernon, GA...graduated from Seminole (FL) High School in 1991...participated in baseball and golf during prep
tenure...involved philanthropically with Mid-Atlantic Transplant Services...in December 2010, donated kidney to brother
Ken...recently engaged to Caroline FitzPatrick...enjoys surfing and golf.

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PLAYER DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE
Spent 5 seasons as a hitting coach at the minor league level, 4 coming in the Nationals/Expos chain...was hitting coach
for Triple-A Columbus in the Nationals’ organization in ‘08, gaining exposure to young hitters such as Jesus Flores, Roger
Bernadina and Alberto Gonzalez...prior to one-year hiatus in STL organization with Triple-A Memphis in 2007, spent 3
campaigns with Nationals/Expos from 2004-06...was hitting coach for Triple-A New Orleans in 2006 and short-season
Vermont in 2005...served final month of 2004 season as hitting coach with Double-A Harrisburg, spelling Rob Ducey,
who participated in Athens Summer Olympics for Team Canada...coached at the University of Georgia from 2002-03 and
at the University of Florida from 1996-98...held coaching spot with Seminole Community College (FL) briefly in 2000.

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INTERNATIONAL BASEBALL EXPERIENCE
Was affiliated with USA Baseball from 2005-08...served as bench coach for USA Olympic Team at 2008 Beijing Games
in China...was bench/3rd base coach in 2005 at IBAF Baseball World Cup (Netherlands) and Regional Olympic Qualifying Tournament (Phoenix, AZ)...held same position at 2006 Americas Olympic Qualifying Tournament (Cuba) and IBAF
Baseball World Cup (Japan), and was bullpen coach for Team USA at 2006 World Baseball Classic...coached alongside
Nationals Senior Advisor to the GM Davey Johnson (bench coach) and Nationals bench coach John McLaren (3rd base
coach) in the ‘06 WBC...hard work and dedication to craft has rendered appointments as bullpen catcher for MLB Japan
All-Star Tour in 2002 and for NL at the 2005 MLB All-Star Game at DET’s Comerica Park.

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ECKSTEIN RESUME
Returns for his 3rd season as Nationals’ hitting coach, after helping to establish Washington’s lineup as one of the NL’s top
offensive units over the last 2 seasons...the Nationals posted 605 HR and saw 3.84 pitches per plate appearance over 2
seasons from 2009-10, the top 2-season totals in both categories since baseball returned to DC ...coached 3rd baseman
Ryan Zimmerman back-to-back Silver Slugger citations in 2009-10...this season marks 7th with Nationals/Expos, 15th
in baseball as a member of a major league, minor league or collegiate staff...served as hitting coach with organization’s
Triple-A affiliate in Columbus during the 2008 season...was with Nationals for brief assignment in September 2008,
during which time he utilized skills and experience breaking down video...was hitting coach for Triple-A Memphis in STL
organization in 2007, after 3 seasons as hitting coach in Expos organization from 2004-06...accumulated big-league
time as bullpen catcher and batting practice pitcher with TBR in 1999 and MIN from 2000-01...coached collegiately
with the University of Florida, University of Georgia and Seminole (FL) Community College.

YEARS/DURATION
PITCHING COACH

2005...............................................................................................Tom McCraw
2006-07....................................................................................... Mitchell Page
2007-08.........................................................................................Lenny Harris
2009-10....................................................................................... Rick Eckstein

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JIM LETT

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

BULLPEN COACH

W
60
75
65
59
79
56
59
75
41
77
77
723

L PCT FINISH
79 .432
5
64 .540
*2
71 .478
4
81 .421
4
54 .594
**1
82 .406
4
80 .424
7
63 .543
2
27 .603
2
66 .538 ***3
62 .554
3
729 .498

LETT RESUME
Joins Nationals for 2nd season as bullpen coach...this season marks his 39th in professional baseball as a player or
coach, his 17th as a big league coach...also respected for skills as catching instructor...after one-season stint as hitting
coach for Huntsville Stars of the Double-A Southern League, returned to majors in 2010 for first time since serving as
PIT’s bench coach under Jim Tracy from 2006-07...also served on Tracy’s staff with LAD from 2001-05...was Dodgers’
bench coach in ‘05, after 4 seasons as bullpen coach...worked in TOR organization from 1997-2000, including 3 seasons on big league coaching staff (bench coach in ‘98-99) and one season as assistant director of player development
in 2000...first 24 years in baseball came in CIN organization...spent 5 seasons with CIN’s big league team, serving as
bench coach from 1986-89 then again on Ray Knight’s staff in 1996...made managerial debut with Single-A Shelby
in Western Carolinas League in 1977-78...also skippered at Greensboro (‘79), Cedar Rapids (‘80, ‘84), Tampa (‘81),
Westbury (‘82-83), Billings (‘85), Charleston-WV (‘90) and Nashville (‘91-92) in the CIN chain...managed in hometown
of Charleston (WV) in ‘08, skippering the West Virginia Power of the Single-A South Atlantic League...named Western
Carolina League Manager of the Year in 1978...worked 3 years as CIN’s minor league field coordinator from 1993-95.
PLAYING CAREER
Played 3 seasons in CIN’s minor-league system from 1973-75...compiled a .256 batting average with 6 homers and
110 RBI in 313 games...began playing career with rookie-level Bradenton in 1973...also played for Single-A Tampa
(‘73-74) and Double-A Trois-Rivieres in Quebec (‘75).
PERSONAL
James Curtis Lett...graduated from Winfield (WV) High School in 1969...played football and basketball...earned AllState honors in basketball as the top scorer in the state...a quarterback, was an All-American for football...graduated
from the University of Kentucky in 1973...selected to All-SEC baseball team in 1971...quarterbacked Wildcats football
team as freshman and sophomore, then switched to safety for final 2 seasons...earned bachelor’s degree in geography...
enjoys bow hunting.

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PLAYERS

LETT’S MANAGERIAL CAREER
YEAR CLUB
LEAGUE
1977 Shelby
Single-A, Western Carolinas League
1978 Shelby
Single-A, Western Carolinas League
1979 Greensboro
Single-A, Western Carolinas League
1980 Cedar Rapids
Single-A, Midwest League
1981 Tampa
Single-A, Florida State League
1982 Westbury
Double-A, Eastern League
1983 Westbury
Double-A, Eastern League
1984 Cedar Rapids
Single-A, Midwest League
1985 Billings
Rookie, Pioneer League
1990 Charleston-WV
Single-A, South Atlantic League
2008 West Virginia
Single-A, South Atlantic League
MINORS TOTALS
*-Named WCL Manager of the Year
**-Won FSL North Division
***-Won SAL Championship

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STEVE McCATTY

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PERSONAL
Steven Earl McCatty...graduated from Troy (MI) High School in 1972...was All-League, All-Detroit North and All-Oakland
County baseball player...also played basketball...attended Macomb (MI) Community College...served as technical consultant for Disney movie “Angels in the Outfield”...enjoys golfing and fishing...son, Shane, is a right-handed pitcher and
was selected by the Nationals in the 34th round of 2009 First-Year Player Draft and currently plays in Washington’s
system...sister, Mary McCatty, was a Rockette in New York City for 7 years.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

PLAYING CAREER
Went 63-63 with 5 saves and 3.99 ERA in 221 games/161 starts during 9-year (1977-85) career with the Athletics...
tallied 3 double-digit win seasons...won 11 games in 1979, then claimed 14 victories in both 1980 and ‘81...posted
finest campaign in 1981...joined Mike Norris, Rick Langford and Matt Keough on vaunted A’s starting staff...finished
14-7 with 2.33 ERA (credited with AL-leading 2.32 ERA due to stat formula used) and 16 complete games in just 22
starts in 1981...with 84 points/6 first-place votes, finished 2nd in the 1981 AL Cy Young Award voting behind only
MIL’s Rollie Fingers (126 points/22 first-place votes)...14 wins in ‘81 tied for big league lead, and .211 batting average
against paced all AL starting pitchers...ranked 2nd in complete games...in 2 post-season starts in 1981, went 1-1 with
a 4.38 ERA...went the distance, allowed one run on 6 hits, to earn the win in Game 2 of the ALDS at KCR...took the
loss in Game 2 of the ALDS at NYY, allowing 5 runs in 3.1 innings...in 1980, ranked 9th in the AL by allowing only 8.2
hits per 9.0 innings pitched...signed with OAK as amateur free agent in ‘73.

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McCATTY RESUME
Returns for 3rd campaign, 2nd full season, as Nationals pitching coach...since concluding 9-year big league career as
a pitcher, is in 16th season as a pitching coach at the professional level...in 2010, his staff posted 1,068 strikeouts
and just 515 walks, both marking the best single seasons in club history (2005-present)...4.13 ERA and .266 BAA in
2010 were 2nd in club history behind only the 2005 Nationals...over last 2 seasons (2009-10), has mentored young
Nationals staff that has included 17 different rookies making 278 appearances/128 starts...joined Washington’s big
league staff as pitching coach on June 2, 2009, after serving the first 2 months of the season in the same role with
Triple-A Syracuse...replaced Randy St. Claire as Nationals pitching coach...upon taking job, guided Nationals staff to
45-67 (.402) record and 4.69 ERA, as opposed to 14-36 (.280) mark and 5.69 ERA posted in season’s first 50 games...
spent 3-plus seasons (2006-09) as Nationals’ Triple-A pitching coach...began coaching career with a 7-year stint with
DET that culminated upon being appointed Tigers pitching coach in 2002...during ‘02 season, worked with a young
staff that included Jeff Weaver and Mike Maroth and finished ranked favorably with 11 complete games (3rd in AL),
463 walks (5th-fewest in AL) and 163 home runs (5th-fewest in AL)...enjoyed a 3-year term (2003-05) as pitching
coach for Triple-A Ottawa in the BAL organization...from 1989-91, spent 2 seasons broadcasting OAK games and one
season as a baseball announcer for ESPN.

PLAYERS

McCATTY’S CAREER RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
0
0 5.02 4 2 0 0 1 0 14.1 16 9 8 1 1 7 9 1 0
.276
0
0 4.5 9 0 0 0 5 0 20.0 26 14 10 1 0 9 10 1 0
.306
11
12 4.22 31 23 8 0 4 0
185.2 207 106 87 17 10 80 87 2 0
.284
14
14 3.86 33 31 11 1 2 0
221.2 202 104 95 27 8 99 114 5 0
.240
14
7 2.33 22 22 16 4 0 0
185.2 140 50 48 12 2 61 91 0 0
.211
6
3 3.99 21 20 2 0 0 0
128.2 124 62 57 16 4 70 66 5 0
.255
6
9 3.99 38 24 3 2 11 5
167.0 156 79 74 16 1 82 65 5 0
.247
8
14 4.76 33 30 4 0 1 0
179.2 206 101 95 24 1 71 63 5 0
.290
4
4 5.57 30 9 1 0 8 0 85.2 95 56 53 10 4 41 36 1 0
.286
63
63 3.99 221 161 45 7 32 5
1188.1 1172 581 527 124 31 520 541 25 0 .258

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COACHING STAFF

YEAR CLUB
1977
Oakland
1978
Oakland
1979
Oakland
1980
Oakland
1981
Oakland
1982
Oakland
1983
Oakland
1984
Oakland
1985
Oakland
TOTALS

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JOHN McLAREN

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

BENCH COACH

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HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

McLAREN’S MANAGERIAL CAREER
YEAR CLUB
LEAGUE
1978 Medicine Hat Rookie, Pioneer League
1979 Utica
Rookie, NY-Penn League
1980 Medicine Hat Rookie, Pioneer League
1981 Kinston
Single-A, Carolina League
1982 Kinston
Single-A, Carolina League
1983 Knoxville
Double-A, Southern League
1984 Knoxville
Double-A, Southern League
1985 Knoxville
Double-A, Southern League
2007 SEATTLE
American League
2008 SEATTLE
American League
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS
* - Named manager on July 2
**- Managed until June 19

W
28
25
16
72
76
64
70
79
43
25
430
68

L PCT FINISH
40 .412
7
41 .379
4
54 .229
4
68 .514
1/4
59 .563
3/2
82 .438
4/4
75 .483
1/5
64 .552
2/1
41 .512
*2
47 .347
**4
483 .471
88 .436

McLAREN RESUME
Was named to the Nationals staff on Nov. 20, 2009...as bench coach, adds 23 seasons of experience as a big league
coach/manager to Jim Riggleman’s staff...enters 41st season in baseball, 12th as a big league bench coach...spent
‘09 as a special assignment scout with TBR and coordinating MLB’s Baseball Academy in Italy...managed SEA for the
equivalent of one season from July 2, 2007 to June 19, 2008...after beginning the ‘07 season as SEA’s bench coach,
was named manager on July 2 and hired Jim Riggleman as bench coach...began the 2008 season as SEA’s skipper,
but was relieved of duties on June 19, replaced by Riggleman...worked on Lou Piniella’s staff for 15 seasons, and also
enjoyed stewardships under Mike Hargrove, Cito Gaston, Jimy Williams and Joe Morgan...has experienced 5 post-seasons,
including 4 division titles (Toronto in 1989, Seattle in ‘95, ‘97, 2001)...began big league coaching career as TOR’s 3rd
base coach from 1986-90...served one-season stints as bullpen coach with BOS in 1991 and CIN in 1992...spent 10
seasons with SEA as bullpen coach (1993-94), bench coach (1995, 1998-02) and 3rd base coach (1996-97)...was
TBR’s bench coach from 2003-05, then served as Special Assignment Scout with the Rays in ‘06.
PLAYER DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE
Managed 8 minor-league seasons in TOR system with rookie-level Medicine Hat (1978, ‘80), rookie-level Utica (1979),
Single-A Kinston (1981-82) and Double-A Knoxville (1983-85)...guided Kinston to first-half Carolina League title in
1981...led Knoxville to Southern League titles in 1984 and 1985...named Southern League’s Co-Manager of the Year
in 1985...served as a coach with Utica in 1977.
INTERNATIONAL BASEBALL EXPERIENCE
This past offseason, served as bench coach for Bronze Medal winning Team Italy at the Intercontinental Cup in Taiwan...
was Field Director for MLB’s European Academy in Italy in ‘09, working with Europe’s top players with among others,
Bruce Hurst, Barry Larkin, Wally Joyner, Lee Smith and Brent Mayne...served as 3rd base coach for Team USA during the inaugural World Baseball Classic in ‘06...participated in assembling roster for Team USA...coached alongside
Nationals Senior Advisor to the GM Davey Johnson (bench coach) and Nationals hitting coach Rick Eckstein (bullpen
coach) in the WBC...managed winter ball for 9 years...skippered for Willard in Colombia from 1981-82...managed for
Lara (1984-87, ‘93) and LaGuaira (1997-98) in Venezuela...coached Canada in ‘77 World Cup.

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PLAYING CAREER
A former catcher...played 7 minor-league seasons in HOU’s chain reaching the Triple-A Iowa in ‘75 and Memphis in
‘76...hit .250 with 38 homers in 531 games...was selected by HOU in the 7th round of 1970 First-Year Player Draft.
PERSONAL
John Lowell McLaren...graduated from Westbury (TX) High School in 1970...attended Blinn Junior College, St. Thomas
University and Houston Baptist University...received the Lewis B. McAvery Award for outstanding contributions to professional baseball in Kinston, NC in 1981 and, in 1991, was inducted into the Kinston Baseball Hall of Fame in 1991...
recognized with Neil Ridley Award for excellence from Knoxville, TN in 1986...won the Milo Hamilton Community Service
Award by the RBI Foundation of Houston in 2000.

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BO PORTER

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PERSONAL
Marquis Donnell (Bo) Porter...graduated from Weequahis (NJ) High School in 1990...as senior, was All-State for
baseball, football and basketball...earned bachelor’s degree in communications studies from University of Iowa...was
2-sport athlete for Hawkeyes, earning All-Big 10 honors in both baseball and football as senior...also named captain
and defensive MVP of football team as defensive back.

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PLAYING CAREER
Played parts of 3 seasons in majors with CHI, OAK and TEX during 10-year professional career...also played in COL and
ATL systems...appeared in 89 big league games, after being selected by CHI in the 40th round of the 1993 First-Year
Player Draft...made MLB debut with CHI, May 9, 1999...appeared in post-season with OAK in 2000, playing in 2 games
and recording a hit off NYY’s Dwight Gooden in lone at-bat...in 10 minor-league seasons, batted .269 with 113 home
runs, 502 RBI and 236 stolen bases in 1064 contests.

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PORTER RESUME
Joins Nationals as 3rd base coach, also responsible for baserunning and outfeilders...this marks 5th season as big league
coach...began last season as 3rd base coach with ARI, then was promoted to bench coach after skipper A.J. Hinch was
fired and replaced by then-bench coach Kirk Gibson on July 1...served as FLA’s 3rd base coach and outfield/baserunning
instructor for 3 seasons from 2007-09...spent 2 seasons managing/coaching in FLA’s minor league system...skippering
Jamestown of the New-York Penn League to 33-39 (.458) record in 2006...made coaching debut as hitting coach with
Greensboro of the Single-A South Atlantic League in 2005.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

W
L PCT FINISH
33
39 .458
5th
33 29 .458

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PORTER’S MANAGERIAL CAREER
YEAR CLUB
LEAGUE
2006 Jamestown
Single-A (SS), New York-Penn League
MINORS TOTALS

PLAYERS

PORTER’S CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E
.271
66 221 40 60 93 11
2
6 29
6
4
2
27
59
6
5 .421 .350 3
.217 113 336 54 73 98 12
2
3 19
4
3
2
32 104 22 10 .292 .287 4
.241 105 378 83 91 140 22 3 7 44 3 4 1 72 107 30 14 .370 .360 3
.175 20 63 9 11 17 4 1 0 6 0 2 0 6 24 5 1
.270 .239 4
.307 122 440 87 135 218 20 6 17 65 1 3 3 61 115 23 13 .495 .393 4
.258 8 31 4 8 12 1 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 11 0 1
.387 .281 1
.289 125 464 91 134 212 26 11 10 68 3 5 6 82 117 50 17 .457 .399 3
.364 4 11 2 4 5 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 4 1 2
.455 .533 0
.292 111 414 86 121 230 24 2 27 64 1 3 8 65 121 15 17 .556 .396 0
.192 24 26 2 5 6 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 13 0 0
.231 .250 1
.272 129 481 94 131 200 21 3 14 64 4 6 5 88 117 39 10 .416 .386 3
.154 17 13 3 2 5 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 5 0 0
.385 .267 0
.246 58 224 40 55
107 9 2 13 40 4 2 3 26 60 10 4
.478 .329 0
.230 48 87 18 20 31 4 2 1 6 0 0 1 9 34 3 2
.356 .296 2
.500 2 8 2 4 10 1 1 1 7 0 0 0 2 0 0 1
1.250 .600 1
.296 108 392 55
116
170 26 2 8 52 5 5 2 50 113 18 9
.434 .374 7
.170 14 47 5 8 13 2 0 1 7 0 0 1 3 16 3 1
.277 .235 2
.240 79 267 34 64
102 13 5 5 31 2 3 2 26 78 14 4
.382 .309 3
.269 1064 3777 686 1015 1627 193 40 113 502 33 40 36 544 1046 236 109 .431 .363 38
.214 89 126 23 27 42 5 2 2 8 1 2 0 13 52 3 2
.333 .284 3

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YEAR CLUB
1994 Peoria
1995 Daytona
1996 Rockford
1996
Daytona
1997 Daytona
1997
Orlando
1998 West Tenn
1998
Iowa
1999 Iowa
1999
Chicago-NL
2000 Sacramento
2000
Oakland
2001
Oklahoma
2001
Texas
2002
Greenville
2002
Richmond
2002
Col. Springs
2003
Richmond
MINORS TOTALS
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DAN RADISON

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

FIRST BASE COACH

L PCT
38 .449
41 .453
22 .667
27 .609
39 .480
62 .541
60 .568
64 .543
68 .511
66 .535
31 .456
34 .500
552 .530

FINISH
3
3
** *1
*1
3
3
***1
****3
4
3
2
4

RADISON RESUME
Was appointed Nationals first base coach on November 20, 2009...joined Jim Riggleman’s staff after serving as minorleague hitting coordinator in the STL organization for 3 seasons from 2007-09...enters 9th campaign as a big league
coach and 31st in pro baseball...returned to big leagues in 2010 for first time since coaching on Riggleman’s Cubs staff
for 5 seasons from 1995-99...was CHI’s first base coach from 1995-96 and 1998-99, and served as 3rd base coach in
1997...was also first base coach under Riggleman with SDP from 1993-94...managed 12 seasons in minors, compiling a 790-799 (.497) record with 3 division titles and a league championship...named Single-A Appalachian League’s
Manager of the Year for leading Johnson City to 44-22 record in 1986...coached with Single-A Vero Beach (LAD) in
2005 and Double-A Trenton (NYY) in 2004...served as minor-league coach in NYY organization from 2001-02...has
coached in the Venezuelan Winter League for 7 seasons, including the last 4 off-seasons, and worked one campaign
in the Puerto Rican Winter League...spent off-seasons from 1994-96 managing the Brisbane Bandits of the Australian
Baseball League...skippered 3 years in Alaskan League from 1979-81 and one year in the collegiate summer Jayhawk
League (Kansas) in 1982...began coaching career in the college ranks, serving as associate head coach for Broward (FL)
Community College from 1977-79...was hitting coach for the University of Georgia from 1979-80 and at Old Dominion
(VA) University from 1981-83...played three seasons in STL system, reaching Triple-A Tulsa in 1974...selected by STL
in 10th round of 1972 First-Year Player Draft.
PLAYING CAREER
Played 3 seasons as a catcher in STL’s minor-league system...was selected by the Cardinals in the 10th round of the
1972 First-Year Player Draft...hit .246 with 9 homers in 200 career games...reached Triple-A with Tulsa in 1974.
PERSONAL
Daniel John Radison...graduated from Columbia (IL) High School in 1968...won school’s prestigious Pentzler Award
for baseball (1968) and basketball (1967, ‘68)...played baseball at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, earning
bachelor’s degree in health education...earned Master’s in counseling from Nova Southeastern University (FL).

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PLAYERS

RADISON’S MANAGERIAL CAREER
YEAR CLUB
LEAGUE
W
1984 Kingsport
Rookie, Appalachian League
31
1985 Little Falls
Rookie, New York-Penn League
34
1986 Johnson City
Rookie, Appalachian League
44
1987 Johnson City
Rookie, Appalachian League
42
1988 Hamilton
Rookie, New York-Penn League
36
1989 Springfield
Single-A, Midwest League
73
1990 Albany
Double-A, Eastern League
79
1991 Albany
Double-A, Eastern League
76
1992 Albany
Double-A, Eastern League
71
2000 Norwich
Double-A, Eastern League
76
2003 GCL Yankees
Rookie, Gulf Coast League
26
2006 Johnson City
Rookie, Appalachian League
34
MINORS TOTALS
622
*-Won Division
**-League’s Manager of the Year
***-Took over club during season
****-Won League Championship

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TRENT JEWETT

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2010
IN REVIEW

JEWETT RESUME
Jewett, 47, returns for a 3rd season in the Washington chain after managing Syracuse of the Triple-A International League
and Potomac of the Single-A Carolina League the last 2 seasons…in 2011, Jewett will serve as an extra coach on Jim
Riggleman’s staff, although he will not regularly be in uniform come game time...in 17 seasons as a manager in the minor
leagues, Jewett has amassed 1,144 career victories...Jewett was honored by industry-insider Baseball America as the
International League’s “Best Manager Prospect” in 2007...prior to joining Washington, he spent his entire career as a
player, manager or coach with the Pittsburgh organization...Jewett has enjoyed 11 seasons as a manager at the Triple-A
level, including 6 with Nashville (2003-04) of the Pacific Coast League and Indianapolis (2005-08) of the International
League...halfway through the 2000 campaign while managing at Nashville, was summoned to the big leagues to serve
as the Pirates’ 3rd base coach, where he would spend the next 2 seasons...in addition to the aforementioned stint as
Nashville’s manager in 2000, Jewett also skippered the Sounds in 1998 and 1999...Jewett’s other managerial stops
include, Calgary (1996-97) of the Triple-A PCL, Carolina (1995) of the Double-A Southern League, Salem (1994) of
the Single-A Carolina League, Augusta (1993) of the Single-A South Atlantic League and Welland (1992) of the shortseason Single-A New York-Penn League...he played 4 seasons as a catcher in Pittsburgh’s minor league chain after
signing with the club as a free agent in 1987.

HISTORY AND
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HELP

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Julian Martinez, Bullpen Catcher (7th season)
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’11 Opening Day Age
31
6’2”
MLB Service
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225
Signed as free agent, December 21, 2010

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
.000 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 2 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
.167 4 12 1 2 5 0 0 1 1 0
0 0 2 4 0 0
.286
.417
.702
1
.133 7 15 1 2 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 .235 .333 .569 1

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CAREER
Joins the Nationals sporting extensive defensive experience at all three outfield spots (287 games in CF)...25 of 55
career long balls came with the Cardinals in ‘08...is one of 12 players in MLB history to have hit first career long ball
as a pitcher, then later homered as a full-time player...the other 11: Otto Hess, Chief Bender, Dode Criss, Doc Crandall,
Smoky Joe Wood, Ray Caldwell, Carl Cashion, Reb Russell, Rube Bressler, Babe Ruth, and Clint Hartung.

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CAREER PITCHING RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
1998
Peoria Chiefs 3
0
2.06 7 7 0 0 0 35.0 15 8 8 0 2 12 41
10.5 1 0
.134
Prince William 9
6 2.79 21 21 1 0 0 126.0 91 46 39 8 12 38 181 12.9 10 1
.205
1999
Arkansas
6
0
0.91 8 8 1 1 0 49.1 25 6 5 2 2 16 75
13.7 0 0
.145
Memphis
7
3 3.16 16 16 0 0 0 88.1 73 37 31 7 7 46 119 12.1 6 1
.223
St. Louis
0
1 3.27 9 5 0 0 1 33.0 26 12 12 2 1 14 39 10.6 2 0
.215
2000
St. Louis
11
7 3.50 31 30 0 0 0 175.0 137 80 68 21 6 90 194 10.0 12 2
.219
2001
St. Louis
1
2 7.13 6 6 0 0 0 24.0 25 21 19 7 3 25 27 10.1 5 0
.275

Memphis
0
2
20.77 3 3 0 0 0 4.1 3 10 10 0 0 17 4 8.3 12 0
.200
Johnson City 5
3 1.33 14 14 1 0 0 87.2 42 20 13 1 6 18 158 16.2 8 0
.140
2002 St. Louis
DID NOT PLAY / Injured
2003
Tennessee
2
6 6.29 20 10 1 0 0 54.1 45 42 38 5 6 49 64 10.6 10 0
.232
2004
Palm Beach 0
1
2.08 3 3 0 0 0 8.2 5 4 2 0 0 0 11
11.4 0 0
.167
Tennessee 1
0
0.00 2 2 0 0 0 9.0 3 1 0 0 0 2 7 7.0 0 0
.100
Memphis
1
0
0.00 1 1 0 0 0 6.0 1 1 0 0 1 0 5 7.5 0 0
.053
St. Louis
1
0
5.40 5 0 0 0 0 10.0 10 6 6 2 2 1 9 8.1 1 0
.256
MINORS TOTALS
34
21 2.80 95 85 4 1 0 468.2 303 175 146 23 36 198 665 12.8 47 2 .184
MLB TOTALS
13
10 3.90 51 41 0 0 1 242.0 198 119 105 32 12 130 269 10.0 20 2 .226

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

YEAR
CLUB
2000
STL vs. ATL
2009
STL vs. LAD
2010
ATL vs. SFG
TOTALS

2010
IN REVIEW

ANKIEL CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.286 16 21 3 6 8 2 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 .273 .381 .654 2
.400 8 10 1 4 7 0 0 1 1 2
0 0 1 0 0 0
.455
.700
1.155
1
.100 9 10 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1
0 0 0 3 0 0
.100
.100
.200
0
.250 33 68 8 17 26 1 1 2 9 1 0 0 4 20 0 0 .292 .382 .674 7
.000 6 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
0 0 1 5 0 0
.111
.000
.111
0
.286 41 105 21 30 67 7 0 10 35 0 0 2 11 26 0 0 .364 .638
1.002 2
DID NOT PLAY / Injured
.240 30 25 2 6 10 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 .269 .400 .669 2
.000 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
.000 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 1 0 0
.500
.000
.500
0
.243 34 136 18 33 70 7 0 10 30 0 0 0 10 29 0 0 .295 .515 .810 3
.270 51 185 33 50 95 10 1 11 45 0 6 5 27 37 0 0 .368 .514 .882 1
DID NOT PLAY / Injured
.267 102 389 62 104 221 15 3 32 89 0 5 4 25 90 4 3 .314 .568 .882 7
.285 47 172 31 49 92 8 1 11 39 1 4 0 13 41 1 0 .328 .535 .863 2
.264 120 413 65 109 209 21 2 25 71 0 3 5 42 100 2 1 .337 .506 .843 8
.231 122 372 50 86 144 21 2 11 38 0 3 3 26 99 4 3 .285 .387 .672 5
.254 18 67 8 17 35 6 0 4 9 0 0 0 1 19 0 0 .265 .522 .265 0
.261 27 92 14 24 43 7 0 4 15 0 1 1 7 29 1 0 .317 .467 .784 2
.210 47 119 17 25 39 6 1 2 9 0 0 1 19 42 2 1 .324 .328 .651 2
.265 302 942 148 250 513 48 4 69 218 3 12 11 76 206 4 3 .324 .545 .868 18
.248 416 1255 186 311 554 64 7 55 181 4 11 10 113 340 10 5 .312 .441 .754 26

PLAYERS

YEAR
CLUB
1999 Memphis
Arkansas

St. Louis
2000 St. Louis
2001
St. Louis

Johnson City
2002 St. Louis
2003 Tennessee
2004
Tennessee
St. Louis
2005
Springfield
Quad Cities
2006 St. Louis
2007 Memphis
St. Louis
2008 St. Louis
2009 St. Louis
2010 Omaha
Kansas City
Atlanta
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

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COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

RICK ANKIEL • OF

2010
In first season outside STL, combined to hit .232 with 13 doubles, 6 home runs, 24 RBI in 74 games for ATL and KCR...
was acquired by the Braves at/near the July 31 trade deadline in a 5-player deal...notched 300th career hit (Aug. 23
vs. solo homer, Aug. 23 at COL off Jason Hammel) and 50th career homer (April 9 vs. BOS).
2009
Hit 11 home runs in 122 games, but led the Cardinals with 12 “Web Gems” according to STL’s internal count...missed
16 games in May after colliding with the outfield wall following a May 4 catch at PHI.
2008
Hit 25 home runs in first complete big league season, and in doing so, joined Babe Ruth as the only 2 player to hit
25 or more homers in a single season having previous started 25-plus games in a single campaign...however, first full
big league season was cut short by an abdominal injury that required season-ending surgery on Sept. 19...in one-game
highlight reel, on May 6 at COL, homered and threw out a pair of baserunners at 3rd base...batted .353 with 7 home
runs and 21 RBI in July...when posting at least one RBI, the Cardinals finished 32-12.
2007
Blasted 32 home runs in just 102 Triple-A contests with Memphis before joining St. Louis on Aug. 9...proceeded to
hit 11 homers in just 47 late-season contests for the Cardinals...the 43 home runs led the Cardinal organization...
earned spot on PCL’s post-season All-Star team...Aug 9 vs. SDP, in first MLB game as a position player, hit a 3-run shot.
2006
Did not play in 2006 due to left knee injury that required season-ending surgery on May 26.
2005
In first season as a full-time position player, clubbed 21 home runs in 85 games while splitting the season between
Double-A Springfield and Single-A Quad Cities.
CAREER AS A PITCHER
On the mound, went 13-10 with a 3.90 ERA in 51 games/41 starts for STL from 1999-04...went 11-7 with a 3.50
ERA in 31 games/30 starts and finished 2nd in 2000 NL Rookie of the Year balloting to ATL’s Rafael Furcal...in the
NLROTY balloting, garnered 87 points (6 first-place votes) to Furcal’s 144...that season, ranked among NL leaders in
strikeouts per 9.0 innings (2nd, 10.0), batting average against (3rd, .219), strikeouts (7th, 194) and ERA (8th)...set a
Cardinals rookie mark for strikeouts with 194 (bested Dizzy Dean’s former mark of 191, set in 1932)...while pitching,
hit first career homer on April 20 vs. SDP off Vicente Palacios...in 1999, earned best pitcher honors in the Pacific Coast
and Texas leagues according to Baseball America...paced minor-league ball with 222 strikeouts in 1998, and thus,
was named the top pitching prospect in both the Midwest and Carolina leagues by Baseball America...did not pitch in
2002 due to a left elbow sprain...on July 16, 2003, had “Tommy John” ligament-replacement surgery on left elbow...
missed remainder of 2003 and majority of 2004 rehabbing...retired from pitching on March 9, 2005 to channel his
efforts toward a career as an everyday player.

ANKIEL

PERSONAL
Richard Alexander Ankiel...graduate of Port St. Lucie (FL) High...went 11-1 with a 0.47 ERA and 162 K’s in just
74.0 innings as a prep senior...was slated to attend the University of Miami before signing with STL...in ‘97, earned a
bronze medal with the US Junior National Team at the International Baseball Association World Junior Championships.

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

ANKIEL, RICK

AWARDS & HONORS
2001 ������� Single-A Appalachian League Pitcher of the Year.
2000 ������� NL Rookie of the Year per The Sporting News.
1999 ������� STL’s Minor League Pitcher of the Year.
1999 ������� MLB’s Futures Game at BOS.
1999 ������� Minor League Player of the Year per Baseball America.
1999 ������� Minor League Player of the Year per USA Today/Baseball Weekly.
1999 ������� Minor League Player of the Year per Howe Sportsdata.
1999 ������� Minor League Pitcher of the Year per USA Today.
1999 ������� Double-A All-Star per Topps.
1998 ������� STL’s Minor League Pitcher of the Year.
1998 ������� Single-A Carolina League Pitcher of the Year.
1998 ������� All-Teanager Team per Howe Sportsdata.
1997 ������� Member of USA Junior National Team.
1997 ������� High School Player of the Year per USA Today.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
1997 ������� Signed with STL as 2nd-round selection in First-Year Player Draft.
2010 ������� Signed with KCR as a free agent, Jan. 25.

Acquired by ATL with RHP Kyle Farnsworth in exchange for OF Gregor Blanco,
RHP Jesse Chavez and LHP Tim Collins, July 31.

Signed with Washington as a free agent, Dec. 21.

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SIGNED BY
Johnny DiPuglia (Cardinals)
CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / OF
Career / OF
Career / P

PCT.
.973
.973
.816

G
70
321
51

PO
141
671
11

A
5
17
20

E
4
19
7

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 4, 4/9/10 vs. BOS
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 7, 9/6/07 vs. PIT
HITTING STREAK............................ 10 games, 6/24/08 - 7/3/08
MULTI-HR GAMES (4)..................... 8/11/07 vs. LAD (2)

9/6/07 vs. PIT (2)

6/25/08 at DET (2)

4/17/10 at MIN (2)
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (1)............. 8/31/07 off Eddie Guardado
CAREER PINCH HR (3) .................. 5/21/08 at SDP

8/22/09 at SDP

9/6/09 at PIT

TC
150
707
38

DP
2
5
2

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
5/10/85 San Juan, PR
R
’11 Opening Day Age
25
6’2”
MLB Service
0.154
218
Acquired from ATL in exchange for 1B Daryle Ward, August 31, 2006

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.040 13 25 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 .040 .040 .080 2
.040 13 25 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 .040 .040 .080 2

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MEDIA

2008
Went combined 5-3 with one save and 2.50 ERA in 24 games (15 starts) at 3 levels of Nationals’ chain...reached
Double-A for the first time...went 5-2 with 2.27 ERA in 15 starts...with Potomac, went 4-0 with a 2.59 ERA in July.

NATIONALS
PARK

2009
Pitching for Triple-A Syracuse (2 starts) and Double-A Harrisburg (21 games/20 starts), combined to go 9-8 with a 4.01
ERA...ranked among Nationals minor-leaguers in wins (tied for 6th) and ERA (7th)...walked just 2.0 batters per 9.0
innings...worked scoreless ball in 3 straight starts spanning 20.2 innings with Harrisburg, July 27-August 8.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2010
After strong start in the minor leagues, graduated to Washington and went 6-7 with a 5.15 ERA in 16 starts as true
rookie, but had season end prematurely due to right elbow surgery...had loose bodies removed from the right elbow by Dr.
Wiemi Douoguih on Aug. 5 in DC...from April 23-July 8, enjoyed a 15-start stretch as a regular in Washington’s rotation...
was 5-1 with a 4.70 ERA in 8 starts through the end of June, but went just 1-6 with a 5.62 ERA (26 ER/41.2 IP) in
season’s final 8 assignments...allowed 3 earned runs or less in 10 of 16 starts, but pitched as many as 6.0 innings just
5 times...won first 4 road decisions, spanning 5 starts from April 28-May 31...in MLB debut, April 23, stymied tough
Dodger lineup in a 5-1 victory at Nationals Park...allowed one run on 5 hits in 6.0 strong innings...walked 2, struck out
one (Charlie Haeger for first big league K)...earned the win in first 2 big league assignments, April 23 vs. LAD and April
28 at CHI...became the first Nationals starter to turn this trick since Jordan Zimmermann in 2009...per the Elias Sports
Bureau, is just the 2nd Puerto Rican starting pitcher to earn a win while forming a battery with future Hall-of-Famer
Ivan Rodriguez, the first to claim an initial big league win...the only other Puerto Rican starter that Pudge has ever won
a game with was Jose Guzman, who played with Rodriguez in TEX in 1991 and ‘92.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CAREER
Righthander hopes for breakout sophomore campaign with the Nationals...for 2nd time in career, will look to overcome
right elbow issues...had loose bodies removed from right elbow in Aug. 2010...had previously returned from Aug. 10,
2006 “Tommy John” ligament-replacement surgery...former sandwich-round selection was acquired by the Nationals
21 days after having aforementioned “Tommy John” surgery in August 2006.

2010
IN REVIEW

YEAR
CLUB
2010 Washington
MLB TOTALS

PLAYERS

ATILANO CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2003
GCL Braves 3
2
3.83
12
12 1 1 0 54.0 61 25 23 5 3 24 7 4.0 3 1
.288
2004
Danville
5
1 4.20 13 13 0 0 0 64.1 64 32 30 7 5 54 10 7.6 0 0
.260
2005
Rome
8
9 4.17 24 24 1 0 0 136.0 138 77 63 17 7 66 32 4.4 6 0
.261
2006
Myrtle Beach 6
7 4.50 19 18 2 0 0 116.0 134 63 58 16 6 45 27 3.5 4 0
.298
2007
GCL Nationals 0
0
6.75 1 0 0 0 0 1.1 1 1 1 0 1 2 1
13.5 1 0
.200
2008
Hagerstown 0
0
3.16 7 3 0 0 1 25.2 29 14 9 1 0 13 7 4.6 1 1
.276
Harrisburg 0
1
1.50 2 1 0 0 0 6.0 6 3 1 0 0 3 2 4.5 0 0
.300
Potomac
5
2 2.32 15 11 0 0 0 62.0 50 21 16 5 2 39 14 5.7 0 1
.229
2009
Syracuse
2
0
2.45 2 2 0 0 0 11.0 11 3 3 2 0 5 1 4.1 1 0
.262
Harrisburg 7
8 4.16 21 20 0 0 0 114.2 143 58 53 12 4 61 27 4.8 1 0
.308
2010
Syracuse
2
1
4.73 3 3 0 0 0 13.1 17 7 7 1 0 9 5 6.1 0 1
.333

Washington 6
7 5.15 16 16 0 0 0 85.2 96 56 49 11 2 40 32 4.2 1 1
.282
MINORS TOTALS
38
31 3.93 119 107 4 1 1 604.1 654 304 264 66 28 321 133 4.8 17 4 .279
MLB TOTALS
6
7 5.15 16 16 0 0 0 85.2 96 56 49 11 2 40 32 4.2 1 1
.282

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

56

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

LUIS ATILANO • RHP

2007
Missed most of ‘07 after “Tommy John” Surgery...pitched in one Rookie-level GCL contest, July 3 at Myrtle Beach.
2006
Had season-ending “Tommy John” ligament-replacement surgery, August 10...surgery was performed by Dr. James
Andrews in Birmingham, AL.
2005
Represented Single-A Rome in the South Atlantic League All-Star Game as the South Division’s starting pitcher.
2004
With Single-A Danville, ranked among Appy League leaders in innings (4th, 64.1), wins (5th, 5) and K’s (5th, 54).
2003
Led the GCL in shutouts (one), starts (12) and fewest BB per 9.0 innings (1.2) in pro debut with the GCL Braves.
PERSONAL
Luis A. Atilano...graduated from Gabriela Mistral High School in San Juan, PR.

ATILANO

AWARDS & HONORS
2005 ........ Single-A South Atlantic League All-Star (mid-season).

NATIONALS 10+ GAME HIT STREAKS

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

ATILANO, LUIS

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2003 ������� Selected by ATL in sandwich round (35th overall) of First-Year Player
Draft.
2006 ........ Acquired from ATL in exchange for 1B Daryle Ward, Aug. 31, 2006.
SIGNED BY
Julian Perez (Braves)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
CAREER / P

PCT.
.923
.923

G
16
16

PO
10
10

A
14
14

E
2
2

TC
26
26

DP
2
2

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 7.0 IP, last 6/27/10 at BAL
WINNING STREAK........................... 3, 4/23/10 - 5/10/10
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 6, 6/5/10 vs. CIN
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

A closer look all 34 of the Nationals’ double-digit hit streaks since 2005, including the standard-setting 30-gamer put forth by Ryan
Zimmerman from April 8-May 12, 2009...Ryan went 50-for-131 (.382) with 11 doubles, 8 home runs, 26 RBI, 11 walks and 26 runs scored
during his 30-gamer...also note that entering 2011, Zimmerman has tallied 8 of Washington’s 34 double-digit streaks...a closer look:
RK
1.
T2.

T4.

T6.

T8.

T10.

PLAYER
# GAMES
Ryan Zimmerman..............30
Cristian Guzman................17
Ryan Zimmerman..............17
Ryan Zimmerman..............16
Nick Johnson......................16
Cristian Guzman................14
Lastings Milledge..............14
Ryan Zimmerman..............13
Ryan Zimmerman..............13
Cristian Guzman................12
Ryan Zimmerman..............12

DURATION
April 8-May 12, 2009
July 23-Aug. 12, 2009
June 28-July 18, 2006
July 27-Aug. 13, 2009
April 10-26, 2005
June 21-July 6, 2008
July 31-Aug. 13, 2008
May 16-June 25, 2008
Sept. 14-26, 2007
June 7-June 19, 2008
Aug. 26-Sept. 6, 2008

RK
T12.








T21.












PLAYER
# GAMES
Nick Johnson......................11
Josh Willingham................11
Felipe Lopez.......................11
Ronnie Belliard..................11
Ryan Church......................11
Brian Schneider.................11
Alfonso Soriano..................11
Cristian Guzman................11
Jose Vidro..........................11
Cristian Guzman................10
Nick Johnson......................10
Cristian Guzman................10
Ronnie Belliard..................10
Robert Fick........................10
Dmitri Young......................10
Dmitri Young......................10
Ryan Zimmerman..............10
Alfonso Soriano..................10
Ryan Zimmerman..............10
Ryan Zimmerman..............10
Nick Johnson......................10
Brian Schneider.................10
Junior Spivey......................10

DURATION
April 16-27, 2009
July 1-12, 2009
June 9-20, 2008
July 4-18, 2007
April 3-14, 2007
Sept. 5-20, 2006
April 13-25, 2006
April 22-May 3, 2005
April 10-21, 2005
June 17-27, 2009
July 1-12, 2009
May 2-16, 2010
Sept. 4-15, 2007
Sept. 15-24, 2007
June 16-26, 2007
July 4-18, 2007
July 4-17, 2007
Sept. 2-10, 2006
Sept. 19-29, 2006
Aug. 25-Sept. 4, 2006
April 30-May 10, 2005
July 28-Aug. 17, 2005
June 18-29, 2005

L
Born
4/15/82 Shreveport, LA
L
’11 Opening Day Age
28
6’0”
MLB Service
0.091
190
Signed as minor-league free agent, December 20, 2010

2007
Tallied 12 home runs and 45 RBI in 65 combined contests with Akron and Single-A Kinston, but missed significant time
due to pair of DL stints (right hamstring injury, left abdominal strain)...following season, batted .275 with 6 doubles, 5
home runs and 11 RBI in 24 games Arizona Fall League contests with Surprise.

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MEDIA

2006
Played in just 14 games due to injuries...did not participate in Spring Training and missed all of April while rehabbing
a lower back strain...suffered season-ending right knee injury, May 26.

NATIONALS
PARK

2008
Enjoyed first taste of big leagues during a pair of stints with the Indians...was recalled and made MLB debut, May 17
at CIN...first big league hit was a solo home run off Edinson Volquez, May 18 at CIN...also homered in 2nd start, May
21 at CWS...began season at Double-A Akron and was promoted to Triple-A Buffalo on May 2.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2009
Played in 31 contests with BAL after being acquired from CLE for cash considerations...played well, batting .289 with
7 doubles, 4 homers and 14 RBI in 31 games with the O’s...combined to hit .290 with 29 doubles, 8 home runs and
52 RBI in 101 games with Columbus and Norfolk, both of the Triple-A International League.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
Hit team-leading 22 home runs for Norfolk of the Triple-A International League...among IL hitters, ranked 5th in home
runs and 7th with .495 slugging percentage...for period ending July 25, was named IL Hitter of the Week (.304, 5
homers, 16 RBI).

2010
IN REVIEW

CAREER
Adds power and depth to Nationals...former first-round selection (11th overall) by CLE in 2003 First-Year Player Draft...
entered 2004 ranked as CLE’s No. 2 prospect according to Baseball America...pitched during collegiate career at Tulane...
has received hitting tutorials from former big leaguer Will Clark in the past.

PLAYERS

AUBREY CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.348 38 138 22 48 76 13 0 5 19 0 1 1 14 22 0 0 .409 .551 .960 2
.339 60 218 34 74 120 14 1 10 60 0 1 12 27 26 3 1 .438 .550 .988 4
.261 38 134 13 35 57 7 0 5 22 0 4 3 15 18 0 0 .340 .425 .765 5
.283 28 106 17 30 49 5 1 4 20 0 3 3 7 18 1 0 .336 .462 .798 1
.286 8 28 8 8 17 3 0 2 10 0 1 2 5 5 0 0 .417 .607
1.024 0
.269 6 26 3 7 12 2 0 1 2 0
0 1 2 4 0 0
.345
.462
.807
0
.400 13 50 15 20 40 5 0 5 11 0 0 3 6 7 0 0 .492 .800
1.292 0
.248 52 206 22 51 83 11 0 7 34 0 2 3 10 35 0 0 .290 .403 .693 3
.282 25 103 14 29 47 10 1 2 16 0 1 0 8 12 0 0 .330 .456 .786 1
.281 72 285 29 80 119 18 0 7 37 1 2 5 16 40 0 0 .328 .418 .746 4
.200 15 45 2 9 15 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 5 5 0 0 .280 .333 .613 0
.292 57 212 27 62 95 16 1 5 29 1 4 2 9 25 1 1 .322 .448 .770 2
.287 44 164 14 47 69 13 0 3 23 0 4 0 11 13 1 1 .324 .421 .745 0
.289 31 90 12 26 45 7 0 4 14 0 0 0 5 10 0 0 .326 .500 .826 0
.235 102 366 52 86 181 25 2 22 68 0 9 7 37 60 2 3 .310 .495 .805 2
.283 543 2036 270 577 965 142 6 78 351 2 32 42 167 285 8 6 .345 .474 .819 24
.259 46 135 14 35 60 7 0 6 17 0 0 0 10 15 0 0 .310 .444 .755 0

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

YEAR
CLUB
2003
Lake County
2004
Kinston
Akron
2005
Akron
2006
Kinston
Akron
2007
Kinston
Akron
2008
Akron
Buffalo
Cleveland
2009
Columbus
Norfolk
Baltimore
2010 Norfolk
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

10

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

Michael Aubrey • 1B

2005
Appeared in 28 contests with Akron, but had season end on June 10 due to lower back strain...examination by back
specialist Dr. Robert Watkins in Los Angeles revealed stress fracture to a lumbar vertebrae (lower back).
2004
In first full pro season with Akron and Kinston, hit .310 with 21 doubles, 15 homers and 82 RBI in 98 games...struck
out only 44 times in 414 plate appearances...cited as Carolina League All-Star with Kinston...missed approximately 5
weeks (July 8-August 13) due to a strained right hamstring.
2003
Signed quickly and hit .348 in pro debut with Lake County in the Single-A South Atlantic League...debut on June 18,
but missed more than a month after straining left quad crossing home plate on June 19.

AUBREY

PERSONAL
Robert Michael Aubrey...graduated from Southwood (LA) High in 2000...was Louisiana Player of the Year as a senior...
attended Tulane University...batted .420 with 70 runs, 20 doubles, 18 homers, 79 RBI and 19 stolen bags in 63 games
as a junior, and was named Conference USA Player of the Year and was a Golden Spikes Award finalist...pitched for the
Green Wave during frosh and sophomore seasons, going a combined 11-2 with a 4.83 ERA in 28 games/23 starts...
was a long-time member of USA Baseball and was named the organization’s Amateur Athlete of the Year in 2002 after
leading National Team in batting (.405), home runs (6) and RBI (26) in 29 games...played for the National Team in
2001 and ‘02...was member of Jr. National Team in 2000.
AWARDS & HONORS
2006 ������� CLE’s No. 10 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2005 ������� CLE’s No. 2 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2004 ������� Single-A Carolina League All-Star (mid-season).
2004 ������� CLE’s No. 6 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2002 ������� USA Baseball Amateur Athlete of the Year.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2003 ������� Selected by CLE in first round (11th overall) of First-Year Player Draft.
2009 ������� Acquired by BAL in exchange for cash considerations, July 12.

Signed with Washington as a minor-league free agent, Dec. 20.

SIGNED BY
Scott Meaney (Indians)
CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
CAREER / 1B

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 37 288 23 0 311 37

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 2, last 10/2/09 vs. TOR
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 6, 10/2/09 vs. TOR
HITTING STREAK............................ 6 games, 9/20/09 - 9/26/09
MULTI-HR GAMES (1)..................... 10/2/09 vs. TOR (2)
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (1)............. 10/2/09 vs. TOR off Dirk Hayhurst
CAREER PINCH HOMERS (0)............ None

Since baseball returned to the Nation’s Capital in 2005, the Commander in Chief has taken in 7 Naitonals games, including 3 at Nationals Park. The Nationals went 3-2
with President Bush on site, but are winless in 2 games with President Obama attending:

POTUS AND THE NATIONALS

Thu.,April 14, 2005 vs. Arizona Diamondbacks (43,861 attendance)
Final Score:
Arizona
3

WASHINGTON 5
NOTE: President Bush threw out the ceremonial first pitch as MLB returned to nation’s capital for first time since 1971.

MEDIA

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SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

AUBREY, MICHAEL

Fri., June 24, 2005 vs. Toronto Blue Jays (36,689 attendance)
Final Score:
Toronto
0

WASHINGTON 3
NOTE: President Bush attended with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
Sat., July 8, 2006 vs. San Diego Padres (27,060 attendance)
Final Score:
San Diego
5

WASHINGTON 2
NOTE: President Bush attended with Mrs. Bush and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The contest marked Mrs. Bush’s first visit to RFK Stadium
for a Nationals game.
Thu., July 5, 2007 vs. Chicago Cubs (22,594 attendance)
Final Score:
Chicago (NL)
4

WASHINGTON 2
NOTE: President Bush kick started his July 6 birthday with a final trip to RFK Stadium
Sun., March 30, 2008 vs. Atlanta Braves (39,389 attendance)
Final Score:
Atlanta
2

WASHINGTON 3
NOTE: President Bush baptizes Nationals Park with first pitch in front of national-television audience as part of ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball. Ryan
Zimmerman hits game-ending solo shot in 9th inning to give Washington its initial Nationals Park win.
Mon., April 5, 2010 vs. Philadelphia Philles (41,290 attendance)
Final Score:
Philadelphia
11

WASHINGTON 1
NOTE: President Obama makes first appearance at Nationals Park and throws out the ceremonial first pitch while wearing a Nationals jacket and a White
Sox cap. Nationals jump out to 1-0 lead in first inning, but a 5-run 4th inning sparks Phillies to win in Roy Halladay’s NL debut.
Fri., June 18, 2010 vs. Chicago White Sox (40,325 attendance)
Final Score:
Chicago (AL)
2
(11 inn.)

WASHINGTON 1
NOTE: President Obama returns to Nationals Park to see Stephen Strasburg pitch against his favorite AL team. Strasburg does not disapoint, walking
none and fanning 10 in 7.0 innings of 4-hit, one-run ball. Alex Rios’ infield single in the 11th snaps a 1-1 deadlock.

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FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
6/6/86 Huntington Beach, CA
R
’11 Opening Day Age
24
6’5”
MLB Service
1.000
199
Selected in 4th round of 2004 First-Year Player Draft

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
— 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — — — 0
.174 39 23 1 4 4 0 0 0 1 10 0 1 2 10 0 0 .269 .274 .443 3

NATIONALS
PARK

2009
Spent majority of season pitching for Triple-A Syracuse, but did get 7 starts with the Nationals, going 1-4 with a 6.82
ERA...combined to go 8-14 with a 4.97 ERA in 27 starts for Washington and Syracuse...joined the Nationals for the
first time on July 23...16 of 24 runs allowed scored via the home run...of 34 hits allowed, 10 were home runs (29%)...
took the loss in each of final 3 starts...was optioned to Syracuse, August 26...in 2nd start of the season, July 28 at
MIL, allowed 2 runs in a season-high 6.0 innings to earn his lone win of ‘09...made 20 starts with Syracuse, going
7-10 with a 4.44 ERA in 20 starting assignments...allowed 3 earned runs or less in 15 of those starts...went 5-0 with
a 1.56 ERA in 7 starts from May 17-June 21.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2010
In 7th pro campaign, struggled at Triple-A, but turned in strongest effort to date at the big league level...thrived in
Sept./Oct. (1.35 ERA in 11 appearances) and closed the season with a strong 2.57 ERA in 17 relief appearances with
Washington...fanned 12.0 batters per 9.0 innings...registered a strong .203 batting average against...despite pitching
1.0 inning or less in 12 of 17 appearances, recorded at least one strikeout in 14 of 17 appearances...from Aug. 5-Sept.
29, spun 15.1 consecutive scoreless innings spanning 12 appearances...struck out 18 of 46 right-handed batters faced
(39%)...started the season in Triple-A Syracuse’s rotation and struggled (1-3, 11.57 ERA, 5 starts) before shifting to
the bullpen for good on May 8 vs. Gwinnett...notched a 3.38 bullpen ERA in 30 games or 48.0 innings with Syracuse.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CAREER
Long-limbed righthander looks to stake claim to roster spot with the Nationals...is the longest-tenured home-grown
pitcher in Washington’s system...one of 3 remaining franchise players drafted by the Expos (SS Ian Desmond, C Brian
Peacock)...made news in Nov. 2010 by regrowing popular mustache for charity...kicked off “Bally’s ‘Staches” campaign
and asked MLB players to help contribute to the Prostate Cancer Foundation and LIVESTRONG.

2010
IN REVIEW

YEAR
CLUB
2010 Washington
MLB TOTALS

PLAYERS

BALESTER CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2004
GCL Expos 1
2
2.19 5 4 0 0 0 24.2 20 8 6 0 1 21 5 7.7 4 0
.215
2005
Savannah
8
6 3.67 24 23 1 0 0 125.0 105 62 51 11 6 95 42 6.8 4 1
.222
2006
Potomac
4
5 5.20 23 22 0 0 0 117.2 126 71 68 12 4 87 53 6.7 12 0
.280
Harrisburg 1
0
1.83 3 3 0 0 0 19.2 15 5 4 0 2 10 6 4.6 2 0
.231
2007
Harrisburg 2
7 3.74 17 17 0 0 0 98.2 103 47 41 9 5 77 25 7.0 5 0
.268
Columbus
2
3 4.18 10 10 0 0 0 51.2 49 27 24 3 3 40 23 7.0 2 1
.255
2008
Columbus
9
3 4.00 15 15 0 0 0 78.2 79 37 35 14 4 64 23 7.3 4 0
.263

Washington 3
7 5.51 15 15 0 0 0 80.0 92 53 49 12 6 50 28 5.6 4 0
.288
2009
Syracuse
7
10 4.44 20 20 0 0 0 107.1 129 58 53 5 6 71 37 6.0 6 1
.305
Washington 1
4 6.82 7 7 0 0 0 30.1 34 24 23 10 0 20 14 5.9 0 0
.281
2010
Syracuse
3
3 5.87 35 5 0 0 0 69.0 74 47 45 8 3 52 32 6.8 7 0
.276
Washington 0
1
2.57
17 0 0 0 0 21.0 15 6 6 2 2 28 11
12.0 4 0
.203
MINORS TOTALS
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39 4.25 152 119 1 0 0 692.1 700 362 327 62 34 517 246 6.7 46 3 .264
MLB TOTALS
4
12 5.35 39 22 0 0 0 131.1 141 83 78 24 8 98 53 6.7 8 0
.274

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Collin Balester • RHP

MEDIA
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2008
In first taste of big leagues, pitched better than 3-7, 5.51 ERA numbers indicate...made 15 starts after having contract
selected from Columbus, June 30...walked 2 or less 10 times...combining Triple-A and big league stats, went 12-10
with a 4.76 ERA (84 ER/158.2 IP) in 30 starts and finished the campaign just 4 months past 22nd birthday...held
opponents without a hit through the game’s first 3 innings on 5 occasions...thus, posted a .210 batting average against
the first time through the lineup, .338 thereafter...ranked among NL rookies in starts (tied for 7th, 15) and innings
(9th, 80.0)...by allowing just one run on one hit in 5.0 innings, July 1 at FLA, posted the “W” and became only the 2nd
franchise pitcher to garner a win in an MLB debut on the road (immortal Expos RHP Hal Dues had previously turned
the trick on Sept. 9, 1977 at PIT)...in 2nd inning of that initial start, fanned Cody Ross for first big league punch out...
earned the win at Derek Lowe’s expense, August 26 vs. LAD, allowing one run in 5.0 innings...was 9-3 with a 4.00 ERA
in 15 starts with Columbus of the Triple-A International League at the time of first big league promotion...was 8-1 with
a 3.90 ERA in final 10 IL starts...was 4-0 with a 2.82 ERA in 4 June assignments and was named Nationals Minor
League Pitcher of the Month...at time of promotion, was tied for 3rd in the IL with 9 wins despite being one of the IL’s
younger pitchers...allowed 2 runs or less in 9 of 15 IL starts.
2007
Turned 21 in June, yet combined to go 4-10 with a 3.89 ERA in 27 starts for Columbus of the Triple-A International
League and Harrisburg of the Double-A Eastern League...was one of youngest players in both circuits, especially TripleA...led all Nationals minor-league pitchers in strikeouts...posted stellar 2.4/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio...earned spot in
Double-A Eastern League mid-season All-Star Game (did not play due to XM Futures Game invitation)...combined on
11 quality starts at the 2 levels.
2006
Pitched for both Harrisburg and Potomac of the Single-A Carolina League...despite relative youth, combined to go 5-5
with a 4.71 ERA at the 2 levels...fanned 6.3 batters per 9.0 innings...ranked 9th among Nationals minor-league pitchers in ERA...began season attempting new delivery and struggled...however, reverted to prior mechanics in August and
went 1-0 with a 2.96 ERA in final 7 starting assignments, 6 of which rendered quality starts...combined on a batting
average against of .179 with RISP and 2 outs.
2005
In first complete professional season, finished 8-6 with a 3.67 ERA in 23 games (22 starts) with Savannah of the
Single-A South Atlantic League...ranked 5th among Nationals minor-league hurlers in ERA...5 of 8 wins came on the
road...notched quality starts in 7 of first 15 starting assignments...posted .186 batting average against when facing
left-handed hitters...tossed 8.0 scoreless innings, faced only 27 batters and garnered the win, July 9 at Greensboro...
allowed only one hit, one walk and matched season-high with 8 strikeouts in the same game...posted sub-3.00 ERA in
both April (1.61) and June (2.59).
2004
Pitched in 5 games (4 starts) for the Expos’ Gulf Coast League entry in professional debut...posted a .215 batting average
against and 7.7 strikeouts per 9.0 innings...did not allow a home run in 24.2 innings...pitching in relief in professional
debut, scattered 2 hits and fanned one in 3.1 scoreless innings in nightcap of July 2 doubleheader at GCL Marlins.
PERSONAL
Collin T. Balester...grew up surfing in native Huntington Beach, CA...is a 2004 graduate of Huntington (CA) High...
while there, was named Sunset League Pitcher of the Year...was also first-team All-CIF and was All Oragne County as a
senior...played prep ball with LAA Prospect C Hank Conger...father, Tom, runs a surf board manufacturing company, yet
heavily promoted participation in baseball...credits surfing background with helping build arm strength...is a big hockey
fan and an avid fantasy football player...enjoys blogging and new media.

BALESTER

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

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BALESTER, COLLIN

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AWARDS & HONORS
2008 ........ Nationals No. 3 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2007 ........ Nationals No. 1 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2007 ........ MLB Futures Game at SFG.
2006 ........ Nationals No. 2 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2005 ........ Nationals No. 10 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2004 ........ Selected by MON in 4th round of 2004 First-Year Player Draft.
SIGNED BY
Anthony Arango (Expos)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
CAREER / P

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 17 0 2 0 2 0
.813 39 6 7 3 16 1

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 7.0 IP, 8/31/08 vs. ATL
WINNING STREAK........................... None
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 6, 8/24/09 vs. MIL
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

L
Born
7/26/75 Bristol, VA
L
’11 Opening Day Age
35
6’2”
MLB Service
1.040
195
Signed as minor-league free agent, Feb. 4, 2011

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.
NATIONALS
PARK

2009
Hit .281 in 29 games with the Reds in first big league action since 2006...hit 22 homers in 101 games with Louisville
of the Triple-A International League to earn the promotion.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
Tallied 31 extra-base hits, including 12 home runs in 80 Mexican Summer League contests with the Veracruz Red
Eagles...tallied 55 walks en route to a stellar .416 on-base percentage.

2010
IN REVIEW

CAREER
Left-handed hitter sports wealth of experience gained during 15-year professional career...has hit 121 home runs the last
6 professional seasons, all in either the minor leagues or in the Mexican Summer League...MIL’s Minor League Player
of the Year in 1999...a native of Bristol, VA, hopes to become just the 2nd member of the Nationals (2005-present)
born in the Commonwealth of Virginia (Bill Bray, Virginia Beach, VA).

PLAYERS

BARKER CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
1996
Ogden
.317 71 281 61 89 143 19 4 9 56 0 5 3 46 54 0 2 .412 .509 .921
11
1997
Stockton
.303 70 267 47 81 150 20 5 13 45 0 1 0 25 60 4 3 .362 .562 .924 9
El Paso
.277 65 238 37 66 123 15 6 10 63 0 5 2 28 40 3 3 .352 .517 .868 9
1998
El Paso
.306 20 85 14 26 47 6 0 5 14 0 2 2 3 21 2 1 .337 .553 .890 1
Louisville
.276 124 463 59 128 231 26 4 23 96 0 4 3 36 97 2 5 .330 .499 .829 9
1999 Louisville
.278 121 442 89 123 229 27 5 23 87 0 7 4 59 94 2 2 .363 .518 .881 10

Milwaukee .282 38 117 13 33 45 3 0 3 23 0 1 0 9 19 1 0 .331 .385 .716 1
2000 Milwaukee
.220 40 100 14 22 33 5 0 2 9 0 1 1 20 21 1 0 .352 .330 .682 2

Indianapolis .196 85 286 41 56 101 10 1 11 44 0 6 1 52 76 0 1 .316 .353 .669 3
2001
Indianapolis .189 51 159 12 30 47 5 0 4 20 1 1 1 20 40 0 0 .282 .296 .578 0
Huntsville
.323 66 232 42 75 117 16 1 8 38 1 3 1 35 51 0 2 .410 .504 .914 4
2002 Portland
.251 113 390 54 98 156 14 1 14 48 0 3 3 46 70 1 1 .333 .400 .733 4

San Diego .158 7 19 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 6 1 0
.200
.158
.358
0
2003 Albuquerque .167 10 24 1 4 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 5 0 0 .355 .167 .522 1
2004 Reading
.286 112 405 69 116 214 38 3 18 58 0 6 2 53 95 2 1 .367 .528 .895 2
Scranton/W-B .194 13 36 3 7 14 1 0 2 4 0 0 0 3 8 0 0 .256 .389 .645 0
2005
New Hampshire .254 51 185 18 47 78 11 1 6 27 0 3 1 28 42 1 2 .350 .422 .772 1
Syracuse
.305 91 351 58 107 202 24 1 23 87 0 5 3 38 89 1 0 .373 .575 .948 2
2006 Syracuse
.275 130 473 72 130 227 39 2 18 76 0 4 2 80 119 5 3 .379 .480 .859 10

Toronto
.235 12 17 3 4 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 .278 .471 .749 2
2007 Syracuse
.260 130 470 68 122 200 22 1 18 76 0 7 2 74 119 2 0 .358 .426 .784 15
2008 Louisville
.258 114 399 73 103 188 22 0 21 77 0 10 4 55 98 0 1 .346 .471 .817 4
2009 Louisville
.285 101 354 58 101 195 22 3 22 69 0 7 2 54 80 1 1 .376 .551 .927 6

Cincinnati
.281 29 32 2 9 12 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 3 9 0 0 .333 .375 .708 0
2010
Veracruz (Mex.) .291 80 261 51 76 133 19 1 12 48 0 2 2 55 35 0 0 .416 .510 .926 2
MINORS TOTALS
.273 1623 5863 927 1601 2836 358 44 263 1063 2 86 40 773 1319 31 32 .357 .484 .841 101
MLB TOTALS
.249 126 285 32 71 101 12 0 6 36 0 3 1 34 65 3 0 .328 .354 .683 5
MEX. LG. TOTALS
.291 80 261 51 76 133 19 1 12 48 0 2 2 55 35 0 0 .416 .510 .925 2

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Kevin Barker • 1B

2008
Playing for Louisville, shared MVP honors with RHP Jon Adkins, tallying 77 RBI in 114 International League contests.

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MEDIA

2007
Turned in another fine season, hitting 18 homers and posting 78 RBI for Syracuse of the Triple-A International League.

2005
Registered a career-best 114 RBI—the 6th-highest total in minor-league baseball—in 143 games for Syracuse and
New Hampshire of the Double-A Eastern League...paced the International League with a .575 slugging percentage.

2003
Played in just 10 minor-league games...was released by DET in Spring Training...signed with FLA on May 30.

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2006
Returned to big leagues for first time since ‘02 via 12-game stint with TOR...with Syracuse, paced the International
League with 39 doubles and 80 walks...was rewarded with Blue Jays’ Howard Webster Award (Triple-A MVP).

MANAGER |
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RELATIONS

Barker, KEVIN

2004
Playing for Reading, dominated the Double-A Eastern League to the tune of 38 doubles and 18 home runs.

2002
Paced Portland of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League in home runs to earn 7-game stay with the Padres.
2001
In final season with MIL organization, combined to hit .269 for Triple-A Indianapolis and Double-A Huntsville.
2000
Spent season’s first 2 months with the Brewers, but hit just .220 with 2 home runs and 9 RBI.
1999
Tallied 23 home runs and 87 RBI in 121 games for Louisville and was named MIL’s Minor League Player of the Year...
spent the final 6 weeks of the season with the Brewers...in MLB debut, Aug. 19 at HOU, finished 2-for-5 with a run
scored and posted the game-winning RBI...singled off Chris Holt for initial big league hit...hit first MLB homer on Sept.
5 vs. STL off Larry Luebbers.
1998
Began season with Double-A El Paso, but advanced to Triple-A for the first time...paced all MIL minor leaguers with
28 home runs and 110 RBI.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

1997
In first full pro campaign, totaled 35 doubles, 23 home runs and 108 RBI for Single-A Stockton and El Paso.
1996
Posted 19-game hitting streak from June 21-July 10 in professional debut with Ogden...ranked among Pioneer League
leaders in walks (4th, 46), doubles (tied for 4th, 19) and extra-base hits (tied for 5th, 32).
PERSONAL
Kevin Stewart Barker...is a Virginia Tech alum and a graduate of Virginia (VA) High in Mendota, VA...at Virginia Tech, was
Atlantic 10 Player of the Year as a junior (.361, 20 home runs, 62 RBI)...played center field at VPI...remains Virginia
Tech’s all-time leader with 17 triples.

BARKER

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
1996 ������� Selected by MIL in 3rd round of First-Year Player Draft.
2002 ������� Acquired by SDP in exchange for C Dusty Wathan, March 24.
2003 ������� Signed with DET as a minor-league free agent, Jan. 24.

Signed with FLA as a minor-league free agent, May 30.
2004 ������� Signed with PHI as a minor-league free agent, Jan. 23.
2005 ������� Signed with TOR as a minor-league free agent, April 3.
2008 ������� Signed with CIN as a minor-league free agent, Jan. 14.
2010 ������� Signed with Veracruz Red Eagles of the Mexican Summer League.
2011 ������� Signed with Washington as a minor-league free agent, Feb. 4.
SIGNED BY
Jeff Brookens (Brewers)

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

AWARDS & HONORS
1999 ������� MIL Minor League Player of the Year.

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CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / 1B
CAREER / 1B
CAREER / OF

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
— 0 0 0 0 0 0
.995 77 598 35 3 636 53
.500 1 1 0 1 2 0

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 3, last 9/11/99 at COL
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 3, last 9/19/99 at CHI
HITTING STREAK............................ 7 games, 8/21/99 - 8/28/99
MULTI-HR GAMES (0)..................... None
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (2)............. None
CAREER PINCH HOMERS (1)............ None

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

L
Born
6/12/84 Curacao, Netherlands
L
’11 Opening Day Age
26
6’2”
MLB Service
2.032
198
Signed as non-drafted free agent, November 3, 2001

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SCOUTING |
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2009
Played in 3 games with Nationals, but season was cut short by a season-ending ankle injury...on April 18 vs. FLA, just
3 days after being recalled from Triple-A Syracuse, fractured right ankle while making a spectacular catch at the centerfield wall on a line drive by Dan Uggla in the 8th inning...that same night, underwent Open Reduction Internal Fixation
(ORIF) surgery to repair the ankle, performed by Dr. Wiemi Douoguih at Washington Hospital Center...was placed on
the DL the following day and missed the season’s remaining 152 contests...recorded lone hit of season in 3-2 10-inning loss, April 17 vs. FLA...doubled in 8th inning off Logan Kensing after entering game as defensive replacement in
right field at the top of that frame...began season with Syracuse, where he batted .167 (3-for-18) with a stolen base...
appeared in two games with GCL Nationals during rehab stint, Aug. 25-26.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
Was not a member of Washington’s Opening Day roster, but enjoyed strong results in first season as an everyday player...
started 111 games (34 in LF, 20 in CF, 57 in RF)...had a strong June (.329, 3 HR, 11 RBI, 5 SB, 26 games)...hit just
.223 on the road, but 8 of 11 long balls came outside of DC...32 extra-base hits ranked 3rd among Nationals rookies
since 2005...only Ryan Zimmerman (79, ‘06) and Ian Desmond (41, ‘10) posted more...was successful on 16 of 18
stolen-base attempts...among those to swipe 15 or more bags, stolen-base percentage of 88.9 tied for 4th in MLB...
went 2-for-4 with an RBI, but more importantly, made spectacular inning-ending diving catch of Troy Glaus liner, May
4 vs. ATL...2-run shot in the 9th inning snapped a 4-4 tie and rendered first multi-homer game in a 6-4 win, May 12 at
NYM...in the same game, made an inning-ending catch of a Jeff Francoeur liner with the bags loaded...posted 3 hits,
including pair of doubles, and one RBI in a 7-5 win vs. PIT, June 9...doubled twice and posted 2 RBI in an 8-1 win
that doubled as Roy Oswalt’s Phillies debut, July 30 in DC

2010
IN REVIEW

CAREER
Premium athlete that offers plus defense at all 3 outfield spots...is the longest-tenured player in the organization...was
signed out of the Expos’ academy in the Netherlands on Nov. 3, 2001...joins SS Ian Desmond, RHP Collin Balester
and C Brad Peacock as only remaining players signed or drafted prior to the Expos’ move to DC in ‘05...in 2008, before
reaching Washington, became the first Nationals/Expos farmhand to hit at least .320 at each of the 2 highest levels
of the minor leagues in the same season since Rondell White turned the trick in 1993 by hitting .328 with Double-A
Harrisburg and .380 with Triple-A Ottawa.

PLAYERS

BERNADINA CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2002
GCL Expos
276 57 196 22 54 70 7 0 3 18 0 2 4 19 25 1 0 .348 .357 .705 1
2003
Savannah
.237 77 278 36 66 96 12 3 4 39 3 4 4 19 53 11 4 .292 .345 .637 2
2004 Savannah
.238 129 450 67 107 166 24 7 7 66 1 6 11 60 113 24 2 .338 .369 .707 10
2005 Savannah
.233 122 417 64 97 154 15 3 12 54 2 4 7 75 92 35 8 .356 .369 .725 3
2006 Potomac
.270 123 434 60 117 160 19 3 6 42 6 4 4 56 98 28 11 .355 .369 .724 5
2007 Harrisburg
.270 97 371 58 100 137 15 2 6 36 3 1 2 38 80 40 13 .340 .369 .709 0
Columbus
.167 13 42 6 7 10 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 9 11 0 1 .327 .238 .565 3
2008
Harrisburg .323 73 266 47 86 126 11 7 5 38 4 0 2 31 64 26 9 .398 .474 .872 2
Columbus
.351 47 191 33 67 98 13 3 4 16 7 0 1 16 37 15 2 .404 .513 .917 0
Washington .211 26 76 10 16 19 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 9 21 4 3 .294 .250 .544 1
2009
Syracuse .167 5 18 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 1
0 0 4 5 1 0
.318
.167
.485
0
Washington .250 3 4 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 1 1 0
.400
.500
.900
0
*GCL Nationals
.250 2 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.250
.250
.500
0
2010 Syracuse
.377 14 61 8 23 33 2 1 2 8 1 1 0 6 5 7 2 .426 .541 .426 0
Washington .246 134 414 52 102 159 18 3 11 47 2 6 4 35 93 16 2 .307 .384 .691 4
MINORS TOTALS
.267 759 2728 402 728 1054 121 29 49 318 29 22 36 333 584 188 52 .352 .386 .738 26
MLB TOTALS
.241 163 494 63 119 180 20 4 11 49 3 6 4 45 115 21 5 .306 .364 .670 5
*—Rehab assignment

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Roger Bernadina • OF

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BERNADINA, ROGER

2008
Earned first taste of big leagues in 2 stints with Washington...on June 28, was summoned from Harrisburg of the Double-A
Eastern League for first big league promotion as Lastings Milledge went on the DL...laced a single in first career at-bat,
June 29 vs. BAL, off Jeremy Guthrie...became first National to collect a hit in first MLB plate appearance since Joel
Hanrahan tripled in nightcap of July 23, 2007 “twinbill” at NYM...hit .306 with 4 stolen bags in 16 September contests...recorded first big league RBI and extra-base hit with a triple on September 5 at ATL...on September 19 vs. SDP,
posted a career-best 3 hits and swiped 2 bags...led full-season Washington farmhands in batting (.336), hits (151) and
runs (78)...ranked 2nd with 41 stolen bases...earned Harrisburg Player of the Month honors for May (.351, 7 doubles,
6 triples, 21 RBI)...rated in Baseball America’s “Best Tools” survey of league managers as the Best Baserunner in the
Double-A Eastern League.
2007
With Harrisburg, led Nationals organization with 40 stolen bases to rank 2nd in the Eastern League...played for Team
Netherlands in the International Baseball Federation’s (IBAF) European Olympic Qualifier Championship in Barcelona,
SPA (.632 with 2 homers, 7 RBI, 9 walks, 6 stolen bases, 18 runs scored, 8 games)...also played for Team Netherlands
at the XXXVII IBAF World Cup, November 7-18 (.357, double, RBI, 3 walks and 2 steals in 6 games).
2006
Batted .270 with 19 doubles, 6 homers, 42 RBI and 28 steals in 123 games with Potomac of the Single-A Carolina
League...28 stolen bases ranked 7th in the CL...for 3rd straight season, posted exactly a .369 slugging percentage.
2005
In 3rd straight season with Savannah of the Single-A South Atlantic League, stole 35 bags to rank 2nd in Washington
chain (Brandon Watson, 38)...hit 12 homers and led the SAL with career-high 75 walks en route to .356 OBP.

2003
While with Savannah, was placed on the Disabled List, June 27-July 17, with a ligament tear in left ring finger.
2002
In pro debut, batted .319 in final 41 games with MON’s Rookie-level Gulf Coast League entry...posted a 10-game hitting
streak, July 27-August 8, batting .421 with 6 walks...primarily played left field.

BERNADINA

PERSONAL
Rogearvin A. Bernadina (Roger)...resides in Den Haag, Netherlands...attended Voorben Praktyk University.

MEDIA

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HISTORY AND
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2004
Set career highs in runs (67), doubles (24) and RBI (66) with Savannah of the Single-A South Atlantic League.

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AWARDS & HONORS
2007 ������� Fastest baserunner in Nationals system as rated by Baseball America.
2007 ������� Best defensive outfielder in Nationals system as rated by Baseball America.
2007 ������� Expos No. 10 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2001 ........ Signed with MON as a non-drafted free agent, November 3.
SIGNED BY
Fred Ferriera (Expos)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / OF
CAREER / OF

PCT.
.982
.982

G
130
153

PO
207
257

A
9
11

E
4
5

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 3, last 7/17/10 at FLA
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 3, last 8/21/10 at PHI
HITTING STREAK............................ 6 games, last 8/18/10 - 8/23/10
MULTI-HR GAMES (1)..................... 5/12/10 at NYM (2)
CAREER GRAND SLAMS................. None
CAREER PINCH HOMERS............... None

TC
220
273

DP
4
4

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
9/18/82 Sioux City, IA
R
’11 Opening Day Age
28
6’1”
MLB Service
0.041
210
Signed as minor-league free agent, May 10, 2010

2009
Pitched at 4 levels in PHI system...finished 0-3 with 8.10 ERA in 20 games/one start.
2008
Went 3-5 with 4.66 ERA in 43 relief apps with Triple-A Lehigh Valley and Double-A Reading.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
Returned to big leagues for first time since ‘07...signed with Nationals on May 10 and after 3 stops, was up in Sept.

2010
IN REVIEW

CAREER
Hard-throwing reliever...in 6 minor league seasons in PHI’s chain, went 20-20 with 11 saves and 4.19 ERA.

PLAYERS

BISENIUS CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2004
Batavia
0
1 1.43 11 11 0 0 0 50.1 39 12 8 5 1 14 38 6.8 4 1
.219
2005
Lakewood
6
4 5.88 40 4 1 0 4 64.1 66 45 42 5 6 37 56 7.8 10 3
.264
2006
Clearwater 4
1 1.93 35 0 0 0 2 60.2 48 17 13 4 1 22 62 9.2 2 0
.216
Reading
4
2
3.09
16 0 0 0 5 23.1 14 9 8 2 0 8 33
12.7 0 0
.182
2007 Philadelphia 0
0
0.00 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 2 0 0 0 0 2 3
13.5 0 0
.286
Ottawa
3
4 5.48 35 0 0 0 0 46.0 52 29 28 5 0 31 41 8.0 7 1
.301
2008
Lehigh Valley 0
2 7.06 15 0 0 0 0 21.2 24 18 17 1 0 18 21 8.7 5 0
.296
Reading
3
3 3.43 28 0 0 0 0 42.0 33 18 16 5 0 24 33 7.1 5 0
.228
2009
Clearwater 0
0
0.00 3 0 0 0 0 4.0 2 0 0 0 0 2 5
11.3 0 0
.154
Reading
0
2
11.25 9 0 0 0 0 12.0 15 15 15 3 0 9 17
12.8 3 0
.294
GCL Phillies 0
0
0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3
27.0 0 0
.250
Lehigh Valley 0
1
8.38 7 1 0 0 0 9.2 14 9 9 1 0 4 12
11.2 0 0
.350
2010
Potomac
0
0
1.23 6 0 0 0 1 7.1 6 4 1 0 2 2 9
11.1 4 0
.207
Harrisburg 3
0
4.40
14 0 0 0 0 14.1 10 7 7 1 1 8 17
10.7 4 0
.192
Syracuse
1
0
2.70
14 0 0 0 0 16.2 14 6 5 1 2 6 20
10.8 1 0
.226
Washington 0
0
9.64 5 0 0 0 0 4.2 6 6 5 1 0 6 5 9.7 0 0
.300
MINORS TOTALS
24
20 4.07 234 16 1 0 12 373.1 338 189 169 33 13 185 367 8.8 45 5 .245
MLB TOTALS
0
0
6.75 7 0 0 0 0 6.2 8 6 5 1 0 8 8
10.8 0 0
.296

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Joe Bisenius • RHP

2007
On PHI’s Opening Day roster...made MLB debut (1.1 scoreless inn.), April 5 vs. ATL...not on PHI’s playoff roster.

2005
Played entire seasons with Lakewood in Single-A South Atlantic League...saw majority of action as reliever .

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2006
Combined on 7 saves and 2.25 ERA for Single-A Clearwater and Double-A Reading...Florida State League All-Star.

2004
Made 11 starts in pro debut with Batavia of short-season Single-A New York-Penn League.

SIGNED BY
Paul Scott (Phillies)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
.000 5 0 0 1 1 0
.000 7 0 0 1 1 0

MEDIA

BISENIUS

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2004 ������� Signed with PHI as a 12th-round selection in the First-Year Player Draft.
2010 ������� Signed with Washington as a minor-league free agent, May 10.

NATIONALS
PARK

PERSONAL
Joe Richard Bisenius...last name is pronounced “Beh-SEN-ius”...graduated from Heelan Catholic (IA) HS...attended
Iowa Western CC and Oklahoma City University...played semi-pro ball for Duluth Huskies (MN) in 2003.

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. None
WINNING STREAK........................... None
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 3, 9/25/10 vs. ATL
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

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PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

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COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

Brian Bixler • INF

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

YEAR
CLUB
2004
Williamsport
2005 Hickory
2006
Lynchburg
Altoona
2007 Indianapolis
2008
Indianapolis

Pittsburgh
2009 Indianapolis
Pittsburgh
2010
Columbus
Indianapolis
Syracuse
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS

19

R
Born
10/22/82 Sandusky, OH
R
’11 Opening Day Age
28
6’1”
MLB Service
0.139
195
Acquired from PIT in exchange for cash considerations, August 7, 2010

BIXLER CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.276 59 228 40 63 78 7 4 0 21 1 4 2 15 51 14 5 .321 .342 .663
16
.281 126 502 74 141 195 23 2 9 50 3 3 11 38 134 21 10 .343 .388 .731 33
.303 73 267 46 81 116 16 2 5 33 6 0 9 35 58 18 7 .402 .434 .836
13
.301 60 226 36 68 92 13 1 3 19 2 2 7 16 57 6 2 .363 .407 .770
13
.274 129 475 77 130 188 23 10 5 51 10 0 17 54 131 28 4 .368 .396 .764 16
.280 86 321 44 90 129 8 5 7 36 6 3 7 27
107 23 7 .346 .402 .748 7
.157 50 108 16 17 21 2 1 0 2 2 0 4 6 36 1 0 .229 .194 .423 8
.275 108 403 71 111 177 23 8 9 43 5 1 7 35 128 13 3 .343 .439 .782 11
.227 18 44 5 10 15 5 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 26 1 0 .261 .341 .602 3
.278 64 230 32 64 88 13 1 3 27 1 3 5 20 46 9 4 .345 .383 .728 5
.171 11 35 1 6 8 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 11 3 0 .194 .229 .423 1
.340 27 103 12 35 47 5 2 1 19 1 1 2 9 25 6 3 .400 .456 .856 3
.283 743 2790 433 789 1118 131 36 42 300 35 17 67 250 748 141 45 .354 .401 .755
118
.178 68 152 21 27 36 7 1 0 5 2 0 4 8 62 2 0 .238 .237 .475 11

CAREER
8-year pro returns to Nationals organization for 2nd consecutive season...was PIT’s 2nd-round selection in 2004 FirstYear Player Draft...sports 68 games of big league experience gained with the Pirates in 2008-09, as well as international
experience gained with Team USA, which claimed Gold at the IBAF World Cup in Taiwan in 2007.
2010
Played for Triple-A affiliates in CLE, PIT and Washington organizations, batting a combined .285 with 18 doubles, 4
triples, 4 homers, 47 RBI and 18 stolen bases in 102 games...was traded 3 times...upon being acquired by the Nationals
on Aug. 7, batted .340 with 8 extra-base hits, 19 RBI and 6 stolen bases in 27 games with Syracuse.
2009
Played in 18 games with PIT, but saw majority of action with Indianapolis of the Triple-A International League...legged
out 40 extra-base hits, 43 RBI and 13 stolen bases for the Indians.
2008
Made big league debut playing in 50 games with PIT...debuted on April 6 at FLA...registered initial big league hit, a
single off CIN’s Mike Lincoln, on April 12 at PNC Park...represented Indianapolis as an International League mid-season
All-Star...was cited as owning the Best Infield Arm in PIT system per Baseball America...named Indianapolis’ Defensive
Player of the Year (7 errors, 359 total chances at 2B and SS).
2007
Earned mid-season and post-season International League All-Star nods in debut season with Indianapolis...shared league
lead with 10 triples, ranked 4th with 77 runs and tied for 4th with 28 stolen bags...was member of Gold Medal winning
Team USA at IBAF World Cup in Taiwan (beat Cuba in final game).
2006
Batted .302 with 29 doubles, 3 triples, 8 homers and 52 RBI in 133 games with Double-A Altoona and Single-A Lynchburg...earned mid- and post-season All-Star status from the Carolina League...played for PIT in Hall of Fame Game vs.
CIN, May 15 at Doubleday Field in Cooperstown...hit .304 with Honolulu in Hawaiian Winter League.
2005
With Hickory, paced Single-A South Atlantic League shortstops with 407 assists.

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COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2004
In first pro season, led short-season Williamsport with 63 hits and 40 runs scored....swiped 14 bases.

MARCH BIRTHDATE
DETWILER, Ross.....................................................................................March 6, 1986
STAMMEN, Craig.....................................................................................March 9, 1984
MORSE, Mike........................................................................................March 22, 1982
GAUDIN, Chad......................................................................................March 24, 1983
MARTIS, Shairon...................................................................................March 30, 1987
WANG, Chien-Ming...............................................................................March 31, 1980

MAY BIRTHDATE
ATILANO, Luis.......................................................................................... May 10, 1985
WERTH, Jayson........................................................................................ May 20, 1979
ZIMMERMANN, Jordan............................................................................. May 23, 1986
HAIRSTON JR., Jerry................................................................................. May 29, 1976

JULY BIRTHDATE
MORGAN, Nyjer...........................................................................................July 2, 1980
MARRERO, Chris........................................................................................July 2, 1988
GORZELANNY, Tom....................................................................................July 12, 1982
ANKIEL, Rick.............................................................................................July 19, 1979
STRASBURG, Stephen...............................................................................July 20, 1988
WILKIE, Josh.............................................................................................July 22, 1984
BARKER, Kevin.........................................................................................July 26, 1975
AUGUST BIRTHDATE
KIMBALL, Cole...................................................................................... August 1, 1985
RAMOS, Wilson................................................................................... August 10, 1987
FRAZIER, Jeff...................................................................................... August 10, 1982
STOREN, Drew.................................................................................... August 11, 1987
SOLANO, Jhonatan ............................................................................. August 12, 1985
MARQUIS, Jason................................................................................. August 21, 1978
MAYA, Yunesky.................................................................................... August 28, 1981
SEPTEMBER BIRTHDATE
BRODERICK, Brian..........................................................................September 1, 1986
COFFEY, Todd...................................................................................September 9, 1980
HARPER, Bryce.................................................................................. October 16, 1992
BURNETT, Sean..............................................................................September 17, 1982
BISNENIUS, Joe .............................................................................September 18, 1982
DESMOND, Ian...............................................................................September 20, 1985
LANNAN, John................................................................................September 27, 1984
ZIMMERMAN, Ryan........................................................................September 28, 1984
OCTOBER BIRTHDATE
RAMIREZ, Elvin................................................................................. October 10, 1987
CORA, Alex........................................................................................ October 18, 1975
BIXLER, Brian.................................................................................... October 22, 1982
FLORES, Jesus .................................................................................. October 26, 1984
NIX, Laynce....................................................................................... October 30, 1980
NOVEMBER BIRTHDATE
LaROCHE, Adam...............................................................................November 6, 1979
SEVERINO, Atahualpa......................................................................November 6, 1984
MATTHEUS, Ryan............................................................................November 10, 1983
WOOD, TIM.....................................................................................November 16, 1982
BROWN, Corey................................................................................November 26, 1985
VAN EVERY, Jonathan ....................................................................November 27, 1979
RODRIGUEZ, Ivan...........................................................................November 30, 1971

NATIONALS
PARK

JUNE BIRTHDATE
MEREDITH, Cla......................................................................................... June 4, 1983
BALESTER, Collin..................................................................................... June 6, 1986
CHICO, Matt........................................................................................... June 10, 1983
BERNADINA, Roger ................................................................................ June 12, 1984

BIXLER

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 2, last 5/8/09 at NYM
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 2, 4/26/09 at SDP
HITTING STREAK............................ 3 games, 4/23/08 - 4/25/08
MULTI-HR GAMES (0)..................... None
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (0)............. None
CAREER PINCH HOMERS (0)............ None

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

APRIL BIRTHDATE
CARR, Adam............................................................................................. April 1, 1984
AUBREY, Michael.................................................................................... April 15, 1982
GONZALEZ, Alberto................................................................................. April 18, 1983
ESPINOSA, Danny................................................................................... April 25, 1987
MOCK, Garrett........................................................................................ April 25, 1983

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
.941
5
4
12
1
17
1
.955
49
68 145
10 223
31
— 1 0 0 0 0 0

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2011 NATIONALS BIRTHDAYS

FEBRUARY BIRTHDATE
SLATEN, Doug.....................................................................................February 4, 1980
CLIPPARD, Tyler................................................................................February 14, 1985
NORRIS, Derek..................................................................................February 14, 1989
HERNANDEZ, Livan...........................................................................February 20, 1975
RODRIGUEZ, Henry...........................................................................February 25, 1987
STAIRS, Matt ...................................................................................February 27, 1968

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
CAREER / 2B
CAREER / SS
CAREER / OF

2010
IN REVIEW

JANUARY BIRTHDATE
MARTIN, J.D......................................................................................... January 2, 1983
MALDONADO, Carlos............................................................................ January 3, 1979

SIGNED BY
Duane Gustavson (Pirates)

PLAYERS

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2004 ������� Selected by PIT in 2nd round of First-Year Player Draft.
2010 ������� Acquired by CLE in exchange for INF Jesus Brito, Jan. 18.

Acquired by PIT in exchange for player to be named (C Luke Carlin), July 12.

Acquired by Washington for cash considerations, Aug. 7.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

AWARDS & HONORS
2008 ������� Triple-A International League All-Star (mid-season).
2008 ������� PIT’s No. 8 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2008 ������� Triple-A International League All-Star (mid-season, post-season).
2007 ������� PIT’s No. 7 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2008 ������� Single-A Carolina League All-Star (mid-season, post-season).

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

PERSONAL
Brian Joseph Bixler...graduated from Perkins (OH) High in 2001...played 3 seasons collegiately at Eastern Michigan
University...batted .453 (2nd in nation) in 2004 and was named Mid-American Conference Player of the Year, as well as
Collegiate Baseball Louisville Slugger First-Team All-American and First-Team All-Mid-American Conference selection...
off the field, was member of ‘04 Academic All-MAC squad...finished as Eastern Michigan’s all-time leader with 194
runs and ranked 2nd with 258 hits...was first player in MAC history to post 100 hits in a season...posted MAC-record
32-game hit streak in 2004...batted .322 in ‘02 and was named MAC Freshman of the Year.

DECEMBER BIRTHDATE
None

MEDIA
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Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

55

R
Born
9/1/86 Phoenix, AZ
R
’11 Opening Day Age
24
6’6”
MLB Service
0.000
205
Selected from STL in Major League Rule 5 Draft, December 9, 2010

BRODERICK CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2007
Johnson City 2
2
1.75 8 5 0 0 0 36.0 31 12 7 3 2 4 23 5.8 0 0
.225
Batavia
1
1
3.48 8 4 0 0 0 31.0 31 13 12 5 0 3 30 8.7 1 0
.252
2008
Quad Cities 3
6 4.67 19 12 0 0 3 81.0 98 45 42 5 1 12 38 4.2 2 0
.300
2009
Palm Beach 9
7 4.61 21 19 0 0 0 109.1 136 62 56 4 6 17 64 5.3 1 0
.305
Springfield 0
5
5.90 7 5 0 0 0 29.0 43 27 19 4 0 8 12 3.7 1 0
.350
2010
Palm Beach 3
5 5.47 9 9 0 0 0 49.1 63 32 30 3 5 11 37 6.8 3 0
.309
Springfield 11
2 2.77 17 15 2 1 0 100.2 96 42 31 6 5 14 55 4.9 0 0
.249
MINOR TOTALS
29
28 4.06 89 69 2 1 3 436.1 498 233 197 30 19 69 259 5.3 8 0 .285

CAREER
Washington’s 2nd of 2 selections in 2010 Rule 5 Draft...6-foot-6 right-handed sinkerballer joins Nationals from Cardinals
organization...coming off finest season as a pro, having posted 14-7 record and 3.66 ERA in 26 games/24 starts last
season at 2 levels in the STL system...was a Texas League All-Star in 2010 en route to 11-2 mark and 2.77 ERA in 17
games/15 starts with Double-A Springfield...went 3-1 with Surprise in 6 Arizona Fall League starts in 2010...a control
pitcher, has averaged just 1.4 walks per 9.0 innings (69 BB/436.1 IP) during his 4-year career.
2010
Went 14-7 with 3.66 ERA in 26 games/24 starts with Single-A Palm Beach and Double-A Springfield, posting a 3.68/1
strikeout-to-walk ratio (92 K/25 BB) and just 1.5 walks per 9.0 innings in 150.0 innings...earned Texas League All-Star
nod, going 11-2 with 2.77 ERA in 17 games/15 starts with Springfield...11 wins ranked tied for 3rd in Texas League...
named TL Pitcher of the Week for the period ending June 7, after earning the win with 2-hit shutout (5 K/no BB) on
June 4 at Corpus Christi ...earned win (6.0 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 5 K) in lone post-season start for Springfield...went 3-1 with
4.39 ERA in 6 Arizona Fall League starts with Surprise.
2009
Split season between Single-A Palm Beach and Double-A Springfield, going 9-12 with 4.88 ERA in 28 games/24 starts...
went 9-7 with 4.61 ERA in 21 games/19 starts with Palm Beach.
2008
Went 3-6 with 3 saves and 4.67 ERA in 19 games/12 starts with Quad Cities in Single-A Midwest League.
2007
In first pro season, went 3-3 with 2.55 ERA in 16 games/9 starts with Johnson City of the rookie-level Appalachian
League and Batavia of the New York-Penn League.
PERSONAL
Brian Michael Broderick...graduated from Washington (AZ) High...attended Grand Canyon University (6-5 with a 3.65
ERA in 14 starts in 2007) and Mesa Community College in Arizona (7-2, 2.51 ERA in 2006).

BRODERICK

MEDIA

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PARK

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PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

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RELATIONS

Brian Broderick • RHP

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AWARDS & HONORS
2010 ������� Double-A Texas League All-Star (mid-season).

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2007 ������� Selected by STL in 21st round of First-Year Player Draft.
2010 ������� Selected by Washington in 2nd round of Rule 5 Draft, Dec. 9
SIGNED BY
Aaron Krawiec (Cardinals)

L
Born
11/26/85 Tampa, FL
L
’11 Opening Day Age
25
6’1”
MLB Service
0.000
205
Acquired from OAK along with RHP Henry Rodriguez in exchange for LF Josh
Willingham, December 16, 2010

CAREER
Outfielder with blend of power (65 home runs in 4 pro seasons) and speed (sports extensive experience in CF)...has
earned mid-season All-Star status each of the last 3 seasons (‘09-10 in Texas League, ‘08 in Midwest League).

2007
Spent first pro season with Vancouver in short-season Northwest League, hitting 11 home runs with 48 RBI in 59
games...named to Baseball America Short-Season All-Star team.

BROWN

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2007 ������� Selected by OAK in sandwich round (59th overall) of First-Year Player Draft.
2010 ������� Acquired from OAK with RHP Henry Rodriguez in exchange for OF Josh
Willingham, Dec. 16.
SIGNED BY
Blake Davis (Athletics)

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MEDIA

AWARDS & HONORS
2009 ������� Double-A Texas League All-Star (mid-season).
2009 ������� Double-A Texas League All-Star (mid-season).
2008 ������� Single-A Midwest League All-Star (mid-season).

NATIONALS
PARK

PERSONAL
Corey Allen Brown...graduated from H.B. Plant (FL) High...played college ball at Oklahoma State University...was named
Big 12 Freshman of the Year in 2005 (.360, 13 home runs, 46 RBI, 55 games)...younger brother, Dylan, was drafted
by the Mets in the 37th round of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2008
Ranked 14th among all minor leaguers with 30 home runs and was successful in 94.1 percent (16 of 17) of stolen base
attempts with Single-A Stockton and Kane County...earned Midwest League All-Star nod with Kane County...batted .216
with 4 homers and 14 RBI in 28 games with North Shore Honu in the Hawaiian Baseball League.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2009
Texas League All-Star...hit .268 with .837 OPS in 66 games with Double-A Midland, but missed significant time with
DL stints for strained left (April 21-May 2) and right knees (July 10-Aug. 6)...had 2 home runs and 4 RBI in 6 postseason games for eventual Texas League Champion Midland...following season, played for Phoenix of the Arizona Fall
League and led the circuit with 28 RBI...also ranked among the AFL leaders in total bases (2nd, 65), homers (tied 2nd),
extra-base hits (tied 3rd, 15) and hits (4th, 35).

2010
IN REVIEW

2010
Combined to hit .283 with 18 doubles, 11 triples, 15 home runs, 69 RBI and 22 stolen bases in 131 games with TripleA Sacramento and Double-A Midland...was named to Texas League and Topps Double-A All-Star squads...by season’s
end, ranked among Double-A leaders for OBP (3rd), batting (5th) and triples (tied for 8th).

PLAYERS

BROWN CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.268 59 213 31 57 116 18 4 11 48 0 3 3 37 77 5 3 .379 .545 .924 5
.270 85 300 44 81 145 18 2 14 49 3 4 3 41 96 12 0 .359 .483 .842 3
.260 49 196 34 51 108 9 0 16 34 0 0 1 17 72 4 1 .322 .551 .873 1
.268 66 250 46 67 122 20 4 9 43 0 0 4 27 69 5 2 .349 .488 .837 2
.193 41 135 21 26 51 4 3 5 20 2 0 0 11 36 3 1 .253 .378 .631 3
.320 90 331 63 106 166 14 8 10 49 0 1 2 52 93 19 1 .415 .502 .917 4
.272 390 1425 239 388 708 83 21 65 243 5 8 13 185 443 48 8 .359 .497 .856 18

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

YEAR
CLUB
2007
Vancouver
2008
Kane County
Stockton
2009
Midland
2010
Sacramento
Midland
MINORS TOTALS

FRONT OFFICE |
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RELATIONS

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Corey Brown • OF

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Sean Burnett • LHP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

L
Born
9/17/82 Dunedin, FL
L
’11 Opening Day Age
28
6’1”
MLB Service
4.085
200
Acquired from PIT along with CF Nyjer Morgan in exchange for RHP Joel
Hanrahan and OF Lastings Milledge, June 30, 2009

BURNETT CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2000
GCL Pirates 2
1
4.06 8 6 0 0 0 31.0 31 17 14 0 0 24 3 7.0 2 1
.250
2001
Hickory
11
8 2.62 26 26 1 0 0 161.1 164 63 47 11 4 134 33 7.5 7 1
.265
2002
Lynchburg 13
4 1.80 26 26 2 0 0 155.1 118 46 31 4 1 96 33 5.6 3 1
.210
2003
Altoona
14
6 3.21 27 27 2 1 0 159.2 158 60 57 2 7 86 29 4.8 10 0
.265
2004
Nashville
1
5 5.36 10 10 0 0 0 47.0 58 29 28 5 2 25 17 4.8 1 0
.320

Pittsburgh 5
5 5.02 13 13 1 1 0 71.2 86 41 40 9 1 30 28 3.8 2 0
.301
2005
DID NOT PLAY / Injured
2006
Indianapolis 8
11 5.16 25 24 0 0 0 120.1 136 74 69 13 2 46 46 3.4 2 0
.291
2007
Indianapolis 4
5 4.48 15 15 0 0 0 70.1 83 39 35 4 3 31 39 4.0 4 0
.307
2008
Indianapolis 1
1
1.04
12 0 0 0 3 17.1 9 2 2 1 0 15 8 7.8 2 0
.153

Pittsburgh 1
1 4.76 58 0 0 0 0 56.2 57 31 30 7 2 42 34 6.7 4 0
.271
2009
Pittsburgh 1
2 3.06 38 0 0 0 1 32.1 22 12 11 3 3 23 15 6.4 2 0
.200
Washington 1
1
3.20
33 0 0 0 0 25.1 14 9 9 3 0 20 13 7.1 2 0
.157
2010
Washington 1
7 2.14 73 0 0 0 3 63.0 52 17 15 3 1 62 20 8.9 2 0
.220
MINORS TOTALS
9
16 3.80 215 13 1 1 4 249.0 231 110 105 25 7 177 110 6.4 12 0 .248
MLB TOTALS
54
41 3.34 149 134 5 1 3 762.1 757 330 283 40 19 457 208 5.4 31 3 .263
YEAR
CLUB
2010 Washington
MLB TOTALS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.000 73 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — — — 0
.036 138 28 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 9 0 0 .100 .071 .171 2

CAREER
Has built reputation as high-quality lefty reliever...signed a 2-year contract extension with a mutual option for 2013 on
Dec. 23, 2010...is 2-8 with 25 holds, 3 saves, just 2 blown saves and a 2.45 ERA (24 ER/88.1 IP) in 106 games since
joining the Nationals...PIT’s first-round selection (19th overall) in 2000...converted exclusively to relief in 2008...had
“Tommy John” surgery performed by Dr. James Andrews, Sept. 22, 2004.

NATIONALS
PARK

2010
Posted stellar numbers across the board, outside of fluky 1-7 won-loss record...posted career-best efforts in appearances
(73), saves (3), innings (63.0), strikeouts (62), K’s per 9.0 innings (8.9), holds (20), walks per 9.0 (2.9), strikeoutto-walk ratio (3.1/1), OBP against (.284), slugging percentage against (.297) and ground-ball percentage (71.6%)...
led Nationals relievers with a 2.5/1 ground ball-to-fly ball ratio...closed strong, fanning 17 in a team season-high 17.0
consecutive scoreless innings dating to Aug. 26...suffered one blown save (July 6 vs. SDP)...was one of 5 MLB relievers
to pitch in 70-plus games and suffer less than 2 blown saves (Pedro Feliciano-92, Javier Lopez-77, Matt Belisle-76,
Sean Burnett-73 and Joe Beimel-71).
2009
Made strong impression with the Nationals after being acquired from PIT in a 4-player trade on June 20...in all, posted
a 3.12 ERA in 57.2 innings...went 1-1 with 5 holds and a 3.20 ERA in 33 games with the Nationals...career-best .181
batting average against ranked 6th in the NL, 9th in MLB (min. 50.0 innings)...recorded .186 BAA vs. left-handed batters, .176 (18-for-102) against those batting from the right...was one of 5 NL pitchers to post sub-.200 BAAs against
both left- and right-handed batters: LAD’s Jonathan Broxton, HOU’s Tim Byrdak, FLA’s Kiko Calero and CHI’s Angel
Guzman...stranded 83 percent (43 of 51) of inherited baserunners to rank 3rd in the the NL, 4th in MLB.

MEDIA

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

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2008
Pitched for both PIT and Indianapolis of the Triple-A International League...established role in PIT’s bullpen...made
initial MLB relief appearance on May 6 vs. SFG, allowing 2 runs in 0.2 innings... notched first big league hit, a double
off Joel Pineiro, July 13 vs. STL...earned first MLB win in relief, August 18 vs. NYM.

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BURNETT, SEAN

2004
Went 5-5 with 5.02 ERA in 13 games with PIT in first big league exposure...was recalled by the Pirates on May 30 and
made MLB debut that afternoon in start vs. CHI...allowed one run in 5.0 innings...posted first big league win with 6.0
scoreless innings in a 3-0 combined shutout, June 29 vs. STL...tossed first career shutout, July 9 at MON (in Puerto
Rico)... in that game, allowed 10 hits, walked none and fanned 3...left contest on Aug. 21 with left elbow irritation...
was placed on 15-Day DL, Aug. 23, and missed remainder of season...had “Tommy John” surgery performed in Sept.

2001
Pitching for Hickory of the Single-A South Atlantic League, was named PIT’s Minor League Pitcher of the Year...walked
33, struck out 134, good for a 4.1/1 K-to-BB ratio...in PIT’s system, led or tied for lead in wins (tied) and strikeouts.

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 73 5 12 0 17 0
.975 215 24 55 2 81 2

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 9.0 IP, 7/9/04 at MON
WINNING STREAK........................... 5 games, 6/29/09 - 7/25/04
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 4, last, 8/13/10 vs. ARI
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

MEDIA

BURNETT

SIGNED BY
Rob Sidwell (Pirates)

NATIONALS
PARK

AWARDS & HONORS
2004 ������� PIT’s No. 2 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2003 ������� PIT’s No. 2 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2003 ������� Double-A Eastern League Pitcher of the Year.
2003 ������� Double-A Eastern League All-Star (mid- and post-season).
2003 ������� Top pitching prospect in Double-A Eastern League as rated by Baseball
America.
2002 ������� PIT’s Minor League Pitcher of the Year.
2002 ������� Single-A Carolina League Pitcher of the Year.
2002 ������� Single-A Carolina League All-Star (mid- and post-season).
2002 ������� Top pitching prospect in Single-A Carolina League as rated by Baseball
America.
2001 ������� PIT’s Minor League Pitcher of the Year.
2002 ������� MLB Futures Game participant (Miller Park).

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

PERSONAL
Sean Richard Burnett....is a 2000 graduate of Wellington (FL) High, the same school that produced Bobby Bradley,
PIT’s first-round pick in 1999...never before had a single club used consecutive first-round selections on players from
the same high school...went 10-1 with 2 saves and 1.04 ERA in 65 innings during his senior season...as a senior,
his team was ranked No. 1 in the USA for most of the season, and he led his team to Florida Class 6A semifinals...as
a junior, he was the winning pitcher in the 1999 Florida state championship game...spurned scholarship offer from
University of Miami (FL) to sign professionally with the Pirates.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2000
Made pro debut with Bradenton in the Gulf Coast League...earned first professional win on August 16 vs. GCL Phillies...
did not allow a home run and posted 8.0/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 8 GCL games (6 starts) or 31.0 innings.

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2002
For 2nd consecutive year, was named PIT’s Minor League Pitcher of the Year...participated in the MLB’s Futures Game
at Miller Park...was a member of Carolina League’s mid-season and post-season All-Star teams...named First-Team AllStar and High Class-A All-Star by Baseball America...also tabbed the Carolina League’s Top Prospect and Top Pitching
Prospect by Baseball America...led Single-A Lynchburg to Carolina League championship and was named the CL’s Most
Valuable Pitcher...named to Sportsticker’s All-Teen team and to USA Today/Sports Weekly’s Minor League All-Star team.

PLAYERS

2003
Named Double-A Eastern League’s Pitcher of the Year...earned a EL-best 14 wins and recorded a 3.21 ERA in 27 starts
with Altoona...named member of EL’s mid-season (did not pitch in game) and post-season All-Star squads...tabbed by
Baseball America as Eastern League’s Best Pitching Prospect and a Double-A All-Star.

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2005
Missed entire season recovering from “Tommy John” surgery on left elbow...surgery was performed September 22, 2004
by Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, AL.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2006
Spent entire season with Indianapolis and led club with 8 wins, 24 starts and 120.1 innings pitched.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2007
With Indianapolis, endured DL stint from May 31-June 17 with left elbow irritation...made final start on July 3 at Louisville then missed remainder of season with discomfort in left elbow...received a cortisone shot from Dr. James Andrews
in Birmingham, AL, Aug. 29...pitched in Venezuelan Winter League (1-1, 2.45 ERA, 6 games) (four starts) with Zulia.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2000 ������� Selected by PIT in first round (19th overall) of First-Year Plyer Draft.
2009 ������� Acquired by WAS with OF Nyjer Morgan in exchange for RHP Joel Hanrahan and
OF Lastings Milledge, June 30.

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FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

R
Born
4/1/84 Felton, CA
R
’11 Opening Day Age
26
6’2”
MLB Service
0.000
220
Selected in 18th round of 2006 First-Year Player Draft

CARR CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2006
GCL Nationals 1
0
3.06
10 0 0 0 1 17.2 13 6 6 1 0 7 19 9.7 2 0
.200
Savannah 0
0
2.25 6 0 0 0 0 8.0 8 2 2 0 0 4 8 9.0 0 0
.267
2007
Harrisburg 1
0
1.64 7 0 0 0 2 11.0 7 2 2 1 0 9 13
10.6 2 0
.189
Potomac
3
1 1.81 41 0 0 0 10 49.2 30 12 10 4 0 38 65 11.8 5 0
.171
2008
Harrisburg 3
4 6.95 30 0 0 0 11 33.2 39 27 26 7 0 22 27 7.2 6 0
.287
Potomac
3
4 6.15 21 0 0 0 5 26.1 29 19 18 3 2 13 31 10.6 3 0
.284
2009
Harrisburg 0
1
8.71 8 0 0 0 0 10.1 16 13 10 2 2 9 7 6.1 0 0
.372
Potomac
2
6 5.82 24 11 1 0 1 72.2 84 52 47 7 5 34 32 4.0 8 0
.296
2010
Harrisburg 6
1 3.04 36 0 0 0 5 50.1 43 17 17 2 1 14 48 8.6 3 0
.231
Syracuse
0
1
2.08
16 0 0 0 9 21.2 16 5 5 1 0 10 19 7.9 1 0
.203
MINOR TOTALS
19
18 4.27 199 11 1 0 44 301.1 285 155 143 28 10 160 269 8.0 30 0 .251

CAREER
At the forefront of young power bullpen arms on verge of reaching DC...converted to pitcher by the Nationals (played 1B
at Oklahoma State)...44 career saves are tied with Zech Zinicola for most among Nationals minor leaguers.
2010
Finished 6-2 with 14 saves and a 2.75 ERA in 53 appearances with Syracuse of the Triple-A International League and
Harrisburg of the Double-A Eastern League...posted a 2.08 ERA in 10 appearances in the Arizona Fall League.
2009
Pitched for Harrisburg and Potomac of the Single-A Carolina League for the 3rd straight season...posted a 6.18 ERA in
32 combined appearances/11 starts...with Potomac, went 2-6 with a 5.75 ERA in only 11 starts of pro career.
2008
Fanned 8.7 batters per 9.0 innings and paced Washington minor leaguers with 16 saves.
2007
Led Single-A Carolina League in ERA (min. 35 appearances)...finished tied for 7th in CL with 10 saves...combined
to strike out 78 batters in 60.2 innings, an average of 11.6 strikeouts per 9.0 innings with Potomac and Harrisburg.
2006
Excelled in his first professional season, striking out 27 batters in 25.2 innings pitched (9.5 strikeouts per 9.0 innings)
for Savannah of the Single-A South Atlantic League and the Rookie-level GCL Nationals...upon being drafted as a pitcher,
asked to be granted exposure as a part-time DH and hit well, batting .302 (19-for-63) with 3 home runs, 5 doubles and
12 RBI in just 32 games at the 2 levels.
PERSONAL
Adam C. Carr...was a Big-12 first-team All-Conference selection in 2005 upon leading the Big XII in homers (22) and
RBI (86)...also garnered 3rd team All-American honors in ‘05...prior to OSU, played 2 seasons at West Valley Junior
College (CA)...there, was named an All-American by the California Community College Baseball Coaches Association.

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MANAGER |
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2010
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RECORDS
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Adam Carr • RHP

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AWARDS & HONORS
2010 ������� Double-A Eastern League All-Star (mid-season).
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2006 ������� Selected by WAS in 18th round of First-Year Player Draft.

SIGNED BY
Ryan Fox (Nationals)

FRONT OFFICE |
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Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

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MEDIA

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NATIONALS
PARK

2008
After strong rookie season, struggled on the mound and with injuries in sophomore campaign...went 0-6 with a 6.19
ERA in 11 games (8 starts) before season was cut short...did not pitch after May 21...was placed on the 15-Day DL
on May 23 (left elbow)...had reconstructive left-elbow surgery performed by Dr. James Andrews on July 3...plight was
not helped by facing an eventual double-digit winner (Brett Myers, Adam Wainwright, Tim Hudson, John Maine, Carlos
Zambrano and Jamie Moyer) in 7 of 8 starting assignments...when starting, Washington was blanked twice.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2009
Completed return to mound from Tommy John surgery, going 2-4 with 3.96 ERA in 15 combined starts for Double-A
Harrisburg (12 starts) and Single-A Hagerstown...did not pitch until June...tossed just 61.1 innings as workload was
closely monitored...was touched for just 2 home runs in 50.1 Eastern League innings.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
Accepted 26 minor-league starts (7-9, 3.62 ERA) and one big league starting assignment in first complete season after
having Tommy John surgery in summer of 2008...was recalled from Double-A Harrisburg on May 8 for spot start vs. FLA...
worked 5.0 solid innings, allowing 2 runs on 6 hits...did not walk a batter, struck out 3 and did not garner a decision in
a game won by Washington, 5-4...in the minor leagues, walked just 2.6 per 9.0 innings...3.62 ERA ranked 4th among
qualified Nationals minor leaguers...registered 10 quality starts on the season, including 7 in final 10 assignments.

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CAREER
Crafty lefthander had “Tommy John” ligament-replacement surgery, July 3, 2008...in 2007, led MLB rookie lefthanders
with 7 wins as the initial arrival among the Nationals’ stable of young starting arms...was pitching in a semi-pro league
in San Diego upon being drafted by ARI in the 3rd round of the ‘03 First-Year Player Draft...member of the ‘00 and ‘01
U.S. Junior National teams that won silver at the‘01 Pan-Am Games (Cuba) and the ‘00 IBAF tournament (Canada).

PLAYERS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
.159 41 63 3 10 10 0 0 0 3 11 0 0 0 15 0 0 .159 .159 .317 0

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L
Born
6/10/83 Fullerton, CA
L
’11 Opening Day Age
27
5’11” MLB Service
2.100
221
Acquired from ARI along with RHP Garrett Mock in exchange for RHP Livan
Hernandez, August 7, 2006

CHICO CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2003
Yakima
7
4 3.53 17 13 0 0 0 71.1 75 28 28 4 5 71 25 9.0 9 1
.274
2004
El Paso
3
7 5.78 14 12 0 0 0 62.1 82 53 40 7 2 59 36 8.5 7 1
.323
South Bend 8
5 2.57 14 14 2 1 0 87.2 59 26 25 9 3 89 27 9.1 5 0
.190
2005
Tennessee 1
7 5.98 10 10 0 0 0 52.2 75 44 35 8 2 35 15 6.0 2 2
.341
Lancaster
7
2 3.76 18 18 0 0 0 110.0 101 50 46 13 3 102 39 8.3 4 1
.243
2006
Lancaster
3
4 3.75 10 10 0 0 0 50.1 48 25 21 5 1 49 11 8.8 4 0
.239
Tennessee
7
2 2.22 13 13 0 0 0 81.0 62 22 20 6 0 63 21 7.0 8 1
.211
Harrisburg 2
0
3.27 4 4 0 0 0 22.0 28 9 8 3 2 13 8 5.3 3 1
.318
2007 Washington 7
9 4.63 31 31 0 0 0 167.0 183 96 86 26 5 94 74 5.1 7 0
.281

Columbus 1
1
3.27 2 2 0 0 0 11.0 9 4 4 1 0 7 5 5.7 0 0
.231
2008 Washington 0
6 6.19 11 8 0 0 0 48.0 63 34 33 10 1 31 17 5.8 1 0
.323
Columbus 0
0
9.00 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 7 4 4 0 0 1 2 2.3 3 0
.412
2009
Hagerstown 0
0
2.45 3 3 0 0 0 11.0 11 3 3 2 1 8 0 6.5 1 0
.262
Harrisburg 2
4 4.29 12 12 0 0 0 50.1 54 27 24 2 0 36 28 6.4 4 0
.283
2010
Harrisburg 1
2
3.12 5 5 0 0 0 26.0 26 14 9 2 0 17 7 5.9 5 1
.257

Washington 0
0
3.60 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 6 2 2 0 1 3 0 5.4 1 0
.286
Syracuse
6
7 3.73 21 21 0 0 0 115.2 120 53 48 12 0 69 34 5.4 5 0
.268
MINORS TOTALS
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45 3.75 144 138 2 1 0 755.1 757 362 315 74 19 619 258 7.4 60 8 .262
MLB TOTALS
7
15 4.95 43 40 0 0 0 220.0 252 132 121 36 7 128 91 5.2 9 0 .290
YEAR
CLUB
2010 Washington
MLB TOTALS

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

Matt Chico • LHP

2006
Acquired by the Nationals from ARI along with RHP Garrett Mock on August 7 in exchange for RHP Livan Hernandez...
with trade, was assigned to Harrisburg of the Double-A Eastern League, and went 2-0 with a 3.27 ERA in 4 starts (2
quality starts)...with Lancaster, notched the organization’s Minor League Pitcher of the Month honor for April (2-1 with
a 1.53 ERA in 5 starts)...with Tennessee, went 6-0 with a 1.87 ERA (9 ER/43.1 IP) in his last 7 starts beginning June
28...went 4-0 with a 2.03 ERA in 5 July starts and was named ARI’s Minor League Pitcher of the Month...pitching for
Tennessee, June 1 vs. Carolina, clubbed his first pro homer, a 2-run blast.
2005
Began the season at Tennessee as one of the youngest players in the Double-A Southern League...after 10 starts, was
reassigned to Single-A Lancaster May 29...went 6-0 with a 3.41 ERA in final 14 starts with Lancaster...was named
ARI’s Minor League Pitcher of the Month for July (3-0, 1.82 ERA, 6 starts)...also notched California League Pitcher
of the Week honors for periods ending July 24 (1-0, 1.38 ERA, 2 starts) and August 28 (1-0, 1.35 ERA, 2 starts).
2004
Received first taste of the Double-A level with El Paso of the Texas League after a June 21 promotion from Single-A
South Bend of the Midwest League...fanned 8.9 batters per 9.0 innings and won 11 games and was rated by Baseball
Weekly as the top pitching prospect in ARI’s minor-league system, and the top pitching prospect in the Single-A Midwest League by Baseball America...notched ARI’s Pitcher of the Month honors for April (4-0, 1.17 ERA in 4 starts).

CHICO

PERSONAL
Matthew Brian Chico (Matt)...was originally drafted in the 2nd round by BOS in 2001 (did not sign)...pitched collegiately
at University of Southern California and Palomar (CA) CC...fanned 9 batters per 9.0 innings pitched in 15 games (13
starts) for USC as a frosh...a graduate of Fallbrook (CA) High...was a ‘01 All-America, earning all-state, all-county, allcity and All-Avocado...threw back-to-back no-hitters during prep career...enjoys art and golf...is good friends with Duke
Snider, who served as a mentor during prep career.

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

PLAYERS

2007
Entered ‘07 never having pitched above Double-A, exceeded expectations in true rookie season, going 7-9 with a 4.63
ERA in 31 starts with Washington...led the Nationals pitchers with 31 starts, 167.0 innings and 94 strikeouts...7
wins also led Nationals starters...31 starts ranked 2nd among MLB rookie leaders in starts behind only BOS’ Daisuke
Matsuzaka (32)...paced NL rookie pitchers in starts (first) and innings (first)...also ranked among NL rookie pitchers in
winning percentage (3rd, .438), strikeouts (4th), wins (tied for 4th), ERA (9th, 4.63) and batting average against (9th,
.281)...allowed 3 earned runs or less in 20 of 31 starts (65%)...struggled after the All-Star break, going 1-2 with a
6.50 ERA in 7 starts, before being optioned to Triple-A Columbus after taking the loss, August 17 vs. NYM...returned
to the Nationals on September 1 after 2 IL starts...went 2-2 with a 3.38 ERA in 6 Sept. starts...walked only 9 batters
in those 6 September outings or 2.3 per 9.0 innings pitched...had issued an average of 4.4 walks per 9 innings (65
BB/132.1 IP) in his 25 starts before being sent to Columbus...became just the 3rd rookie in franchise annals to reach
the 30-start plateau, joining RHP Javier Vazquez (32 in 1998) and RHP Carl Morton (37 in 1970)...when toeing the
rubber, the Nationals went 16-15...nabbed first MLB win in a frigid 5-1 win, April 16 vs. ATL (first pitch temperature
was 47 degrees, but wind gusts were at/near 40 mph)...in 5.0 innings of work, allowed one run on 4 hits and 5 walks...
did not record a K...in the last 70 years, only 2 other starting pitchers picked up their first MLB win despite walking at
least 5 and fanning none: HOU’s Gil Rondon (1976) and SEA’s Jim Converse (1993)...went without a win in first 12
road starts until notching victories in each of final 2 road assignments, Sept. 24 at NYM and Sept. 29 at PHI.

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RELATIONS

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AWARDS & HONORS
2007 ........ Nationals No. 9 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2005 ������� ARI’s No. 10 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2004 ������� Top pitching prospect in Diamondbacks system as rated by Baseball Weekly.
2004 ������� Top pitching prospect in Single-A Midwest League as rated by Baseball
America.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2003 ������� Selected by ARI in 3rd round of First-Year Player Draft.
2006 ������� Acquired by WAS with RHP Garrett Mock in exchange for RHP Livan Hernandez,
August 7.

SIGNED BY
Mark Baca (Diamondbacks)
CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2009 / P
CAREER / P

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0
1.000 43 2 27 0 29 1

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 8.0 IP, 4/11/08 vs. ATL
WINNING STREAK........................... 2 games, 9/24/07 - 9/29/07
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 6, last 8/10/07 at ARI
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

YEAR CLUB, OPP.
2008 NYY vs. CLE

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
NOT ON POST-SEASON ROSTER

MEDIA

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NATIONALS
PARK

2010
Led the Nationals in wins (11) and fanned 11.1 batters per 9.0 innings in first complete big league campaign...pitched in
a career-high 78 contests to rank 9th in MLB, 8th in the NL...tied for 5th in the NL with a team-leading 23 holds...112
strikeouts ranked 2nd among MLB relievers to only CHI’s Carlos Marmol (138), and 2nd among Nationals to only Livan
Hernandez (114 in 33 starts)...posted career best efforts in strikeout-to-walk ratio (2.7/1), strikeouts per 9.0 innings
and walks per 9.0 innings (4.1)...led MLB relievers in strikeouts in April (23)...paced MLB with those 11 relief wins (no
one else had more than 9)...also led MLB qualified pitchers in percentage of swings that miss at 32.2 percent (MIN’s
Francisco Liriano ranked a distant 2nd at 28.0%)...registered a sub-3.00 ERA when pitching on zero days’ rest (2.28,
25 games), one day rest (2.81, 28 games) and 2 days’ rest (2.70, 11 games)...registered an ultra-stingy .154 (6-for39) batting average against with RISP and 2 outs...worked scoreless relief in 60 of 78 appearances...set single-season
record for wins at Nationals Park, which opened in 2008, as 9 of 11 W’s came in DC...when pitching, Washington
went 44-34...April 10 at NYM, secured first hold of the season with 3.0 scoreless innings...7 of 9 outs recorded came
via the strike out to match a Nationals (‘05-present) single-game record for relief pitchers...the 7 K’s also matched a
career high set previously on July 25, 2009 vs. SDP...by notching the win on May 9 vs. FLA, became just the 7th relief
pitcher to record 6 wins among a club’s initial 31 games of a season, the first since Jeff Nelson with the 2000 Yankees

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

CAREER
Goggled wonder made successful conversion to bullpen in 2009 and has not looked back...was acquired from NYY in
trade made during 2007 Winter Meetings in Nashville, TN...in 2007, was credited by Baseball America as owning the
best changeup in NYY’s system...in back-to-back seasons, led league in strikeouts (2006 in Double-A Eastern League,
2005 in Single-A Florida State League) despite debuting at that level...ranked 5th in all of minor-league baseball in K’s
both seasons (2005 and ‘06)...in 2006, tossed the first no-hitter in the history of the Double-A Trenton Thunder and led
all NYY farmhands with 175 K’s...in 7 minor-league seasons, posted 9.2 strikeouts and just 2.9 walks per 9.0 innings.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.500 74 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 .500 .500
1.000 0
.250 117 12 0 3 4 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 6 0 0 .250 .333 .583 0

2010
IN REVIEW

YEAR
CLUB
2010 Washington
MLB TOTALS

PLAYERS

CLIPPARD CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2003
GCL Yankees 3
3
2.89
11 5 0 0 0 43.2 33 16 14 3 5 56 5
11.5 4 0
.212
2004
Battle Creek 10
10 3.44 26 25 1 0 0 149.0 153 71 57 12 15 145 32 8.8 4 0
.264
2005
Tampa
10
9 3.18 26 25 0 0 0 147.1 118 56 52 12 9 169 34 10.3 5 1
.219
Charleston 0
1
7.50 1 1 0 0 0 6.0 9 5 5 1 2 10 0
15.0 1 0
.333
Columbus 0
0
0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
18.0 0 0
.000
2006
Trenton
12
10 3.35 28 28 1 1 0 166.1 118 72 62 14 17 175 55 9.5 3 0
.200
2007
Scranton/W-B 4
4 4.15 14 14 0 0 0 69.1 82 40 32 7 3 55 35 7.1 3 0
.299

N.Y. Yankees 3
1 6.33 6 6 0 0 0 27.0 29 19 19 6 0 18 17 6.0 2 1
.271
Trenton
2
1 5.40 6 6 0 0 0 26.2 22 18 16 5 2 28 12 9.5 2 0
.227
2008
Columbus
6
13 4.66 27 27 0 0 0 143.0 129 80 74 15 3 125 66 7.9 2 0
.242

Washington 1
1
4.35 2 2 0 0 0 10.1 12 5 5 2 0 8 7 7.0 1 0
.293
2009
Syracuse
4
1
0.92
24 0 0 0 1 39.0 20 8 4 2 0 42 15 9.7 0 0
.150

Washington 4
2 2.69 41 0 0 0 0 60.1 36 20 18 9 1 67 32 10.0 1 1
.172
2010
Washington 11
8 3.07 78 0 0 0 1 91.0 69 33 31 8 2 112 41 11.1 1 1
.212
MINORS TOTALS
51
52 3.59 164 131 2 1 1 791.1 684 366 316 71 56 807 254 9.2 24 1 .233
MLB TOTALS
19
12 3.48
127 8 0 0 1 188.2 146 77 73 25 3 205 97 9.8 5 3
.214

MANAGER |
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R
Born
2/14/85 Lexington, KY
R
’11 Opening Day Age
26
6’3”
MLB Service
1.148
200
Acquired from NYY in exchange for RHP Jonathan Albaladejo, December 5, 2007

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

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Tyler Clippard • RHP

2009
In first season working exclusively as a reliever, was perhaps the Nationals’ most pleasant pitching surprise of 2009...
summoned from Syracuse on June 24, recorded career high 4 wins and 3 holds, while posting an impressive 2.69 ERA
and .172 batting average against in 41 appearances with the Nationals...led Washington relievers with 60.1 innings
pitched and 67 strikeouts...averaged 10.0 strikeouts per 9.0 innings pitched (67 K/60.1 IP), and .172 batting average
against ranked 3rd among NL pitchers (6th in MLB) among those working 60.0 or more innings...ranked 10th among
NL relievers in ERA...was stingy when facing left-handed batters (.122, 14-for-115)...recorded a 1.95 ERA (7 ER/32.1
IP) in 22 contests at Nationals Park...tallied first career hold in rain-shortened contest, June 30 at FLA...fanned careerhigh 7 in 4.0-inning effort to nab the win, July 25 vs. SDP...picked up 2nd win with 3.0 perfect innings, August 3 at
PIT...recorded 5 outs to notch 2nd career hold in a 5-4 win at CHI on August 27...began season with Triple-A Syracuse
and went 4-1 with one save and 0.92 ERA in 24 relief appearances before joining the Nationals...struck out 42 and
allowed just two home runs in 39.0 IL innings.
2008
In first year with Washington organization, spent majority of season with Columbus of Triple-A International League...
made 2 spot starts with Washington, going 1-1 with a 4.35 ERA...was recalled from Columbus on June 9 to fill void due
to June 4 rainout and subsequent June 5 doubleheader vs. STL...in Nationals debut, June 9 vs. SFG, suffered the loss
after allowing 3 runs and 5 hits in 4.1 innings...made his 2nd and final start, June 14 at SEA, tossing 6.0 innings of
2-run ball to earn the win...paced Columbus in games started (27), innings (143.0) and strikeouts (125)...ranked among
IL leaders in starts (2nd, 27) and strikeouts (7th, 125)...among Washington farmhands, finished 3rd in strikeouts and
4th in ERA...went 4-1 with a 1.91 ERA in 6 starts to garner Columbus Player of the Month honors in May.
2007
Went 3-1 with a 6.33 ERA in 6 starts spanning 2 stints with NYY...all 3 wins came in road starts...allowed 3 runs or
less in 4 of the 6 assignments, including a memorable big league debut May 20 at Shea Stadium...allowed only 3 hits
and one run in 6.0 innings despite premiering in Subway Series as part of ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball...struck out
a career-best 6 in the memorable debut...recorded wins in consecutive road starts, May 30 at TOR and June 5 at CWS.
2006
Led all NYY minor-leaguers with 175 strikeouts while posting a 12-10 record with a 3.35 ERA in 28 starts with Trenton...led the Eastern League in strikeouts and games started (28), ranked 4th in innings (166.1) and 7th in ERA...was
3 times named EL Pitcher of the Week...recorded back-to-back 11-strikeout efforts on July 4 vs. Harrisburg and July
9 vs. Binghamton...became the first Trenton pitcher in the 13-year history of the franchise to toss a no-hitter in a 9-0
win vs. Harrisburg on August 17...won final 9 decisions, July 4-August 27.
2005
Spent majority of season with Tampa of the Single-A Florida State League...posted 181 strikeouts at 3 levels in NYY’s
system to rank 5th in minor league baseball...was 10-9 with a 3.18 ERA...led the FSL with 169 strikeouts...also ranked
among FSL leaders in starts (5th, 25), innings (5th, 147.1) and ERA (7th, 3.18).
2004
Made 25 starts for Class-A Battle Creek, posting a 10-10 record with a 3.44 ERA...fanned 8.8 batters per 9.0 innings
and notched an astounding 4.5/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio...145 K’s ranked 2nd in NYY’s system.
2003
In first pro season, went 3-3 with a 2.89 ERA in 11 games (five starts) for NYY’s Gulf Coast League entry...ranked 2nd
in the GCL in strikeouts per 9.0 innings (12.2), 3rd in strikeouts (56) and 4th in fewest walks per 9.0 innings (1.02).
PERSONAL
Tyler Lee Clippard...graduated from JW Mitchell (FL) High in New Port Richey, FL (40 miles northwest of Tampa)...
while there, earned All-Conference and All-Sun Coast honors...signed a national letter of intent to attend the University
of South Florida on a baseball scholarship, but signed with NYY.

CLIPPARD

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

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AWARDS & HONORS
2007 ������� NYY’s No. 7 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2006 ������� Tossed no-hitter for Double-A Trenton, August 17 vs. Harrisburg.
2006 ������� NYY’s No. 10 prospect as rated by Baseball America.

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2009 / P
Career / P

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2003 ������� Selected by NYY in 9th round of First-Year Player Draft.
2007 ������� Acquired by WAS in exchange for RHP Jonathan Albaladejo, Dec. 5.

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 6.0 IP, 6/14/08 at SEA
WINNING STREAK........................... 8 games, last 9/29/09 - 5/9/10
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 7, last, 4/10/10 at NYM
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

SIGNED BY
Scott Pleis (Yankees)

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 78 2 3 0 5 1
1.000
127 9 9 0 18 3

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
9/9/80 Forest City, NC
R
’11 Opening Day Age
30
6’4”
MLB Service
5.024
240
Signed as free agent, January 24, 2011

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.000 67 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 2
.000 196 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 5 0 0 .000 .000 .000 2

2010
IN REVIEW

YEAR
CLUB
2010 MIlwaukee
MLB TOTALS

PLAYERS

COFFEY CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
1998
Billings
0
0
3.00 3 2 0 0 0 12.0 13 4 4 1 2 1 8 6.0 0 0
.302
1999
GCL Reds 1
1
3.38 5 2 0 0 0 16.0 9 12 6 1 1 14 14 7.9 2 2
.145
2000
INJURED / DID NOT PLAY
2001
GCL Reds 0
1
4.26 3 2 0 0 0 12.2 11 11 6 1 1 5 15
10.7 0 0
.234
Billings
2
2 3.51 14 2 0 0 1 33.1 34 21 13 2 2 15 33 8.9 2 0
.258
2002
Dayton
6
4 3.59 38 5 0 0 2 80.1 78 34 32 8 2 25 62 6.9 9 4
.260
2003
Dayton
3
3 2.25 39 0 0 0 9 56.0 61 20 14 1 2 14 53 8.5 3 0
.289
Potomac
0
2
1.96
11 0 0 0 2 23.0 16 6 5 0 1 3 21 8.2 1 0
.208
2004
Chattanooga 4
1
2.38
40 0 0 0 20 45.1 36 13 12 3 0 4 53
10.5 1 1
.209
Louisville 1
0
5.27
15 0 0 0 4 13.2 15 8 8 1 1 2 11 7.2 1 0
.268
2005
Louisville 0
0
5.19 8 0 0 0 3 8.2 8 5 5 1 0 2 5 5.2 0 0
.242

Cincinnati
4
1 4.50 57 0 0 0 1 58.0 84 33 29 5 5 11 26 4.0 1 0
.344
2006
Cincinnati
6
7 3.58 81 0 0 0 8 78.0 85 34 31 7 2 27 60 6.9 4 0
.274
2007
Cincinnati
2
1 5.82 58 0 0 0 0 51.0 70 36 33 12 5 19 43 7.6 4 0
.323

Louisville 2
0
1.33
19 0 0 0 1 27.0 17 4 4 0 2 5 25 8.3 3 0
.185
2008 Cincinnati 0
0
6.05
17 0 0 0 0 19.1 25 13 13 4 1 6 8 3.7 0 0
.321
Louisville
3
3 4.35 34 0 0 0 2 39.1 49 23 19 4 0 15 43 9.8 4 1
.299
Milwaukee 1
0
0.00 9 0 0 0 0 7.1 6 0 0 0 0 2 7 8.6 0 0
.231
2009
Milwaukee 4
4 2.90 78 0 0 0 2 83.2 76 28 27 8 3 21 65 7.0 1 0
.247
2010
Milwaukee 2
4 4.76 69 0 0 0 0 62.1 65 40 33 8 3 23 56 8.1 6 0
.270
*Nashville 0
0
0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9.0 0 0
.000
MINORS TOTALS
22
17 3.13 230 13 0 0 44 368.1 347 161 128 23 14 105 344 8.4 26 8 .249
MLB TOTALS
19
17 4.15 369 0 0 0 11 359.2 411 184 166 44 19 109 265 6.6 16 0 .289
*—Rehab assignment

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Todd Coffey • RHP

CAREER
Sturdy reliever and ground-ball inducing machine...605 ground balls induced beginning in 2005 rank 5th among all
relief pitchers...only Chad Qualls (755), Matt Guerrier (651), Shawn Camp (642) and Mariano Rivera (617) have more
in that span...has seen significant jump in strikeout-to-walk ratio the last 2 seasons (2.8/1, 2009-10) as compared to
first 4 big league seasons (2.2/1, 2005-08)...has thrice led club in appearances (2006 with CIN, 2009 and ‘10 with
MIL)...on 79 occasions, has worked in excess of 1.0 inning...in those 79 appearances, ERA is 1.53 (24 ER/141.0 IP)...
enters games from bullpen in a full sprint to the theme song for the Ultimate Warrior.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2010
In final season with MIL, struck out a career-high 8.1 batters per 9.0 innings en route to finishing 2-4 with 13 holds and
a 4.76 ERA in a team-leading 69 appearances...paced the Brew Crew in appearances for a 2nd consecutive season...
was 2-1 with a 3.91 ERA in 26 games upon being placed on the 15-Day DL on June 6 (retroactive to May 30) with a
right thumb contusion...ERA in 43 appearances after the DL stint was 5.35.

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MEDIA

2009
In finest season, posted a career-best 2.90 ERA and ranked among National League leaders in holds (tied for 2nd, 27)
and relief appearances (tied for 7th, 78)...named Unsung Hero by the Milwaukee Chapter of the BBWAA...78 appearances ranked 3rd on Brewers single-season franchise list...was named MIL Pitcher of the Month for July (1-0, 6 holds,
1.26 ERA, .149 batting average against, 11 appearances).

2008
Pitched for both CIN and MIL and finished 1-0 with one hold and a 4.39 ERA in 26 appearances...was designated for
assignment by the Reds on Sept. 10...was claimed off waivers by the Brewers on Sept. 10, and thus, was not eligible
for the post-season...with Brew Crew, season’s lone win came against former mates, Sept. 21 at CIN.
2007
Notched a 5.82 ERA in 58 appearances with CIN...struggles led to pair of stints with Triple-A Louisville...closed season
on strong note, tossing 6.1 scoreless innings in final 9 Sept. appearances.
2006
In first complete big league campaign, recorded 6 wins, 15 holds, career-best 8 saves and a 3.59 ERA in a career-high
81 appearances...ranked among NL leaders in appearances (tied 6th) and relief innings (9th, 78.0)...18 appearances
in Aug. were most by a Reds pitcher in a single month since Wayne Granger pitched in 20 contests in Sept of 1969...
was ejected, Aug. 23 vs. HOU, for arguing balls and strikes with umpire Wally Bell.
2005
Began ‘05 in Triple-A, but spent majority of season with CIN in first taste of big leagues...debuted on April 19 vs. CHI,
allowing 2 runs in 2.0 innings...Dontrelle Willis was first strikeout victim, April 23 at FLA...secured initial MLB win on
May 10 vs. SDP...scattered 2 hits and struck out one in 2.0 scoreless innings to earn first MLB save, Aug. 28 at PIT.
2004
Split season between Triple-A Louisville and Double-A Chattanooga and posted 24 saves and a 3.05 ERA...the 24 saves
led the Reds minor-league system...for the season, fanned 9.8 per 9.0 innings and issued a total of just 6 walks...20
saves procured with Chattanooga ranked 4th in the Southern League...following season, pitched for Scottsdale Scorpions
in the prestigious Arizona Fall League.
2003
Combined on 11 saves and a 2.16 ERA in 50 appearances for Dayton of the Single-A Midwest League and Potomac of
the Single-A Carolina League...earned spot on Carolina League’s mid-season All-Star team.
2002
Posted 2.5/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 38 games/5 starts for Single-A Dayton.
2001
Started season late due to continued rehab on right elbow...did not pitch in a game until June 26...combined on a 3.72
ERA in 17 games/4 starts for CIN’s 2 Rookie-level affiliates in the Pioneer League and Gulf Coast League.
2000
Did not pitch while rehabbing from Aug. ‘99 “Tommy John” surgery.
1999
Pitched in only 5 Rookie-level Gulf Coast League games before having season-ending arthroscopic surgery on right elbow
performed by Dr. Timothy Kremchek on Aug. 13...notched initial pro win on July 6 vs. GCL Orioles.
1998
Debuted with Billings of the Rookie-level and registered a 3.00 ERA in 3 games/2 starts.
PERSONAL
Justin Todd Coffey...is a graduate of Chase (NC) High...grandfather, A.T. Coffey Jr., played semi-pro baseball with the
Reliford County Owls...is a science fiction buff with particular interest in Star Wars and Star Trek.

COFFEY

MEDIA

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HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

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RELATIONS

Coffey, Todd

AWARDS & HONORS
2009 ������� Brewers Unsung Hero as voted by Milwaukee chapter of BBWAA.
2005 ������� CIN’s No. 7 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2004 ������� Double-A Southern League League All-Star (mid-season).
2003 ������� Midwest League All-Star (mid-season).
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
1998 ������� Selected by CIN in 41st round of First-Year Player Draft.
2008 ������� Claimed off waivers by MIL, Sept. 10.
2011 ������� Signed with Washington as a free agent, Jan 24.
SIGNED BY
Steve Kring (Reds)

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CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
.833
.962

G
69
369

PO
2
10

A
8
40

E
2
2

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. None
WINNING STREAK........................... 4 games, 5/10/05 - 9/22/05
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 3, last 8/22/10 vs. SDP
CAREER 10-K GAMES (0)............... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

TC
12
52

DP
1
2

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

L
Born
10/18/75 Caguas, PR
R
’11 Opening Day Age
35
6’0”
MLB Service
11.129
200
Signed as minor-league free agent, February 2, 2011

NATIONALS
PARK

WORLD SERIES RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2007 BOS vs. COL — 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0 0 0 — — —
0

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PLAYER DEV.

CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
— 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 — — —
0
.143 2 7 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.143
.1`43
.286
0
.143 4 7 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.143
.1`43
.286
0

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

YEAR
CLUB
2007
BOS vs. CLE
2008
BOS vs. LAA
TOTALS

2010
IN REVIEW

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2004
LAD vs. STL .133 4 15 1 2 4 0 1 0 1 0
0 1 0 3 0 0
.188
.267
.454
0
2005
BOS vs. CWS — 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 — — —
0
2008
BOS vs. LAA .250 2 4 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 1 0 0
.400
.500
.900
0
TOTALS
.158 7 19 2 3 6 1 1 0 1 0
0 1 1 4 0 0
.238
.316
.554
0

PLAYERS

CORA CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
1996
Vero Beach .257 61 214 26 55 68 5 4 0 26 4 0 3 12 36 5 5 .306 .318 .624
16
1997 San Antonio .234 127 448 52 105 142 20 4 3 48 7 1 3 25 60 12 9 .279 .317 .596 20
1998
Albuquerque .264 81 299 42 79 121 17 5 5 45 6 3 3 15 38 10 7 .303 .405 .708
18

L.A. Dodgers .121 29 33 1 4 6 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 2 8 0 0 .194 .182 .376 2
1999 L.A. Dodgers .167 11 30 2 5 6 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 .194 .200 .394 2

Albuquerque .308 80 302 51 93 130 11 7 4 37 9 3 8 12 37 9 5 .348 .430 .778
12
2000
Albuquerque .373 30 110 18 41 55 8 3 0 20 2 1 2 7 10 5 3 .417 .500 .917 7

L.A. Dodgers .238 109 353 39 84 126 18 6 4 32 6 2 7 26 53 4 1 .302 .357 .659 12
2001 L.A. Dodgers .217 134 405 38 88 124 18 3 4 29 3 2 8 31 58 0 2 .285 .306 .591 20
2002 L.A. Dodgers .291 115 258 37 75 112 14 4 5 28 2 0 7 26 38 7 2 .371 .434 .805 7
2003 L.A. Dodgers .249 148 477 39 119 161 24 3 4 34 9 2 10 16 59 4 2 .287 .338 .625 15
2004 L.A. Dodgers .264 138 405 47 107 154 9 4 10 47 12 2 18 47 41 3 4 .364 .380 .744 8
2005 Cleveland
.205 49 146 11 30 42 5 2 1 8 1 1 4 5 18 6 0 .250 .288 .538 3
Boston
.269 47 104 14 28 41 3 2 2 16 3 2 1 6 12 1 2 .310 .394 .704 5
2006
Boston
.238 96 235 31 56 70 7 2 1 18 4 0 6 19 29 6 2 .312 .298 .610 7
2007
Boston
.246 83 207 30 51 80 10 5 3 18 7 2 9 7 23 1 1 .298 .386 .684 5
2008 Boston
.270 75 152 14 41 53 8 2 0 9 1 1 9 16 13 1 1 .371 .349 .720 6

*Pawtucket .273 3 11 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 2 0 0
.273
.273
.546
0
2009 N.Y. Mets
.251 82 271 31 68 84 11 1 1 18 8 1 3 25 28 8 3 .320 .310 .630 8

*Buffalo
.214 3 14 0 3 4 1 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
.214
.286
.500
0
2010 N.Y. Mets
.207 62 169 14 35 47 6 3 0 20 2 2 4 10 16 4 1 .265 .278 .543 2
*Oklahoma City
.182 6 22 5 4 8 1 0 1 2 0
0 0 3 2 1 0
.280
.364
.644
1
Texas
.286 4 7 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
.286
.286
.572
0
MINORS TOTALS
.270 391 1420 196 383 531 63 23 13 178 28 8 19 74 185 42 29 .313 .374 .687 74
MLB TOTALS
.244 1182 3252 348 793 1108 134 38 35 280 60 17 88 236 400 45 21 .311 .341 .652
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Alex Cora • INF

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2009
Puerto Rico .125 3 8 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0
0 1 0 2 0 0
.222
.125
.347
0

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MEDIA

CAREER
One of the game’s most cerebral players...earned a World Series ring with the Red Sox in 2007...aspires to be a big
league manager once playing days are complete.

2010
Hit .210 in 66 games for the Mets and Rangers...was released by the Mets on Aug. 7...signed with TEX, Aug. 17.
2009
Returned to the NL and swiped a career-high 8 bags for the Mets...had pair of surgeries to repair torn ligaments in both
thumbs (right thumb, Aug. 20; left thumb, Sept. 21)...both procedures were performed by Dr. Andrew Weiland in NYC.
2008
Hit .270 and matched career-high with .371 on-base percentage in final campaign with the BoSox...walked 16 times
in 179 plate appearances...batted .315 at Fenway Park.
2007
Earned World Series ring as Red Sox claimed 2007 World Championship...legged out 18 extra-base hits (10 doubles,
5 triples, 3 home runs) in just 83 games/207 at-bats/232 plate appearances.
2006
First of 3 full seasons with BOS...tallied 10 extra-base hits in 96 games for the 86-win Red Sox.
2005
Combined to hit .232 with 3 homers and 34 RBI in 96 games for CLE and BOS...played in one ALDS contest for BOS.
2004
In 9th and final season with the Dodgers, set career highs with 47 runs, 10 homers, 47 RBI and 47 walks...was hit by
18 pitches to set a Dodgers single-season record...on May 12 at Dodger Stadium, turned in arguably the best at-bat in
MLB history...in the 7th inning, fouled off 14 Matt Clement offerings, and on the 18th pitch of the at-bat, blasted a
2-run homer to cap the scoring in LAD’s 4-0 victory over the Cubs...the at-bat lasted 13 minutes, 56 2nds.
2003
Made shift from shortstop to 2nd base and notched career-high 119 hits in 148 games with the Dodgers...paced NL
2nd baggers with 112 double plays.
2002
Established career highs in batting average (.291), as well as on-base (.371) and slugging (.434) percentages.
2001
Started 120 games for LAD in first complete big league campaign...was regular shortstop for the 86-win Dodgers.
2000
Spent majority of season with the Dodgers...slugged first big league homer, a 7th-ininng solo shot off Brian Meadows,
June 26 at Dodger Stadium.
1999
Was hit in the hand by a pitch in Spring Training and began the season on the 60-Day DL...did not return to action until
June 8 with Albuquerque...hit .308 in 80 Triple-A games...played in 11 Sept. contests with the Dodgers.
1998
Reached the big leagues just 2 years after being drafted, as Dodgers selected contract on June 5...made MLB debut as
a defensive replacement on June 7 at SEA...brother, Joey, played 2B for the Mariners that night at the Kingdome...first
MLB hit was a bunt single off John Johnston, July 4 at SFG’s 3Com Park.
1997
Playing for San Antonio of the Double-A Texas League, legged out 20 doubles in first complete professional season.
1996
Began pro career with Vero Beach of the Single-A Florida State League.

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CORA

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 2 1 0 0 1 0
.994
49
88
84
1 173 31\
1.000 1 1 1 0 2 0
.947
6
7
11
1
19
4
.667 4 2 0 1 3 0
.984 525 889 1171
34 2094 320
.875
17
6
15
3
24
2
.971 600 755 1412
64 2231 337
— 1 0 0 0 0 0

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SIGNED BY
Camilo Pascual (Dodgers)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / 1B
2010 / 2B
2010 / 3B
2010 / SS
CAREER / 1B
CAREER / 2B
CAREER / 3B
CAREER / SS
CAREER / OF

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
1996 ������� Selected by LAD in 3rd round of First-Year Player Draft.
2005 ������� Signed with CLE as a free agent, Jan. 25.

Acquired by BOS in exchange for INF Ramon Vazquez, July 7.
2009 ������� Signed with NYM as a free agent, January 20.
2010 ������� Signed with TEX as a minor-league free agent, Aug. 17.
2011 ������� Signed with Washington as a minor-league free agent, Feb. 2.

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PERSONAL
Jose Alexander Cora...played college ball at the University of Miami from 1994-96...helped Hurricanes reach the
College World Series thrice...twice earned a spot on the CWS All-Tournament team...went 8-for-17 during the 1996
College World Series, including a 3-for-5, 3-RBI performance in the title game, a 9-8 setback to LSU...was drafted by
MIN in the 12th round of the 1993 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign, opting instead to attend Miami...was rated
by Baseball America as the top defensive player eligible for the 1996 Draft...older brother, Joey, played 11 big league
seasons (1987-98) and currently serves as the White Sox’s bench coach.

PLAYERS

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 4, last 9/22/03 at SDP
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 5, last 8/24/04 at MON
HITTING STREAK............................ 11 games, 7/18/01 - 8/2/01
MULTI-HR GAMES (1)..................... 7/27/00 at COL (2)
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (0)............. None

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YEAR

NATIONALS TO PARTICIPATE
USA (Brian Schneider, Gary Majewski, Chad Cordero, Rick Eckstein-coach),Dominican Republic (Alfonso Soriano, Alberto Castillo),
Mexico (Luis Ayala), Venezuela (Tony Armas), Canada (Denis Boucher-coach), Cuba (Yunesky Maya)
USA (Adam Dunn, Joel Hanrahan), Dominican Republic (Julian Tavarez), Puerto Rico (Alex Cora, Saul Rivera),
Canada (Pete Orr, Denis Boucher-coach), Cuba (Yunesky Maya)

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2009

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FEAT PLAYER
First starting lineup:...................................................................................Wilkerson (8), Guzman (6), Vidro (4), Guillen (9), Johnson (3), Castilla (5), Sledge (7), Schneider (2), Hernandez (1)
First batter/hit: ......................................................................................................................................................................... Brad Wilkerson (bloop single to RF in first inning off Jon Lieber)
First pitch......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Livan Hernandez (called strike)
First run scored..................................................................................................................................................................................... Nick Johnson (scored on Sledge groundout in 2nd inning)
First double.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Brian Schneider (2nd inning)
First triple.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................Brad Wilkerson (7th inning, April 6 at PHI)
First home run.................................................................................................................................................................................... Terrmel Sledge (2-run shot off Jon Lieber in the 6th inning)
First grand slam........................................................................................................................................................................................Brad Wilkerson (August 4 vs. LAD off Duaner Sanchez)
First set of back-to-back home runs.................................................................................................................................................................... Ryan Church and Vinny Castilla (April 9 at FLA)
First multi-home run game.......................................................................................................................................................................................... Jose Guillen (2 home runs, April 13 at ATL)
First home run allowed.....................................................................................................................................................................................................Kenny Lofton (5th inning off Hernandez)
First RBI.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................Terrmel Sledge (2nd inning RBI groundout)
First walk...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Brian Schneider (6th inning)
First strikeout.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Jose Guillen (first inning)
First stolen base....................................................................................................................................................................................................................J.J. Davis (6th inning, April 6 at PHI)
First cycle........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Brad Wilkerson (April 6 at PHI)
First reliever....................................................................................................................................................................................T.J. Tucker (replaced Hernandez with 2 outs in the 5th inning)
First win..........................................................................................................................................................................................................Joey Eischen (in relief, April 6 at PHI in 7-3 victory)
First win for starting pitcher............................................................................................................................................................................................................... Tomo Ohka (April 13 at ATL)
First loss...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Livan Hernandez
First save........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Chad Cordero (April 12 at ATL)
First hold................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Luis Ayala (April 6 at PHI)
First error.................................................................................................................................................................................................Brian Schneider (first inning on attempted stolen base)
First strikeout victim.............................................................................................................................................................................Bobby Abreu (swinging in first inning against Hernandez)
First shutout........................................................................................................................................................................................... April 20 vs. ATL (W2-0 behind Zach Day and 2 relievers)
First complete-game shutout.....................................................................................................................................................................................................John Patterson (August 4 vs. LAD)

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The firsts of the Washington Nationals (all feats listed occurred, April 4, 2006 at PHI, unless otherwise noted):

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Ian Desmond • SS

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

6

R
Born
9/20/85 Sarasota, FL
R
’11 Opening Day Age
25
6’2”
MLB Service
1.027
210
Selected in 3rd round of 2004 First-Year Player Draft

DESMOND CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2004
GCL Expos .227 55 216 28 49 63 11 0 1 27 2 2 4 10 40 13 3 .272 .292 .564
25
Vermont
.250 4 12 2 3 6 0 0 1 1 0
0 1 0 2 0 1
.308
.500
.808

2005
Savannah
.247 73 296 37 73 99 10 2 4 23 4 1 6 13 60 20 6 .291 .334 .625
20
Potomac
.256 55 219 37 56 84 13 3 3 15 5 1 2 21 53 13 6 .325 .384 .709
19
2006 Harrisburg
.182 37 121 8 22 28 4 1 0 3 6 0 0 5 35 4 1 .214 .231 .445 11
Potomac
.244 92 365 50 89 140 20 2 9 45 2 3 9 29 79 14 8 .313 .384 .697
26
2007 Potomac
.264 129 458 69 121 198 30 4 13 45 6 4 11 57 99 27 11 .357 .432 .789 32
2008
Harrisburg .251 93 323 42 81 131 14 0 12 44 6 2 2 31 78 12 8 .318 .406 .724
22
*GCL Nationals
.385 3 13 1 5 6 1 0 0 2 0
0 0 0 2 3 0
.385
.462
.847
1
2009
Harrisburg .306 42 170 29 52 84 12 1 6 18 1 0 2 16 40 13 4 .372 .494 .866
11
Syracuse
.354 55 178 25 63 82 12 2 1 14 4 0 3 20 31 8 1 .428 .461 .889
17

Washington .280 21 82 9 23 46 7 2 4 12 1 1 0 5 14 1 0 .318 .561 .879 6
2010 Washington .269 154 525 59 141 206 27 4 10 65 9 7 5 28 109 17 5 .308 .392 .700 34
MINOR TOTALS
.259 638 2371 328 614 921 127 15 50 237 36 13 40 202 519 127 49 .326 .388 .714 40
MLB TOTALS
.270 175 607 68 164 252 34 6 14 77 10 8 5 33 123 18 5 .309 .415 .724
184
*—Rehab assignment

CAREER
Young and athletic 2-way infielder...represents the first wave of home-grown infield talent to reach Washington...sports
leadership qualities well beyond age...entered 2010 recognized as having the “Best Infield Arm” in Nationals system
per BA’s Best Tools survey...held the same citation from the same publication entering 2009.
2010
Posted strong offensive effort and showed “plus” makeup in first complete big league campaign...was one of 2 rookies
on Washington’s Opening Day roster (LHP Jesse English)...blasted 10 home runs to become the first franchise shortstop
to post a double-digit home run total since Orlando Cabrera hit 17 long balls for the 2003 Expos...also became the first
DC-based shortstop to register a double-digit homer total since Joe Cronin (HOF ‘56) hit 12 long balls for the 1931 AL
Nationals...was one of just 5 NL shortstops to tally 40 or more extra-base hits, joining Troy Tulowitzki (62), Stephen
Drew (58), Hanley Ramirez (51), Jose Reyes (50)...via a .700 OPS, became just the 12th rookie shortstop since 2000
to record an OPS of at least .700...paced NL rookies with 42 multi-hit games...also ranked among NL rookie leaders in
stolen bases (tied 2nd, 17), hits (3rd, 141), total bases (4th, 206), RBI (6th, 65), runs (6th, 59), doubles (6th, 27),
triples (tied 6th, 4) and extra-base hits (8th, 41)...of 10 home runs, 8 came at Nationals Park, and 4 came at ATL’s
expense...batted .300 against left-handed pitching...went 6-for-11 (.545) with the bases loaded...flashed impressive
range (ranked 3rd among NL shortstops, 6th in MLB, with 4.75 total chances per 9.0 innings), but posted the most
errors in MLB (34)...went 3-for-5 and 4-for-5 on back-to-back nights at PHI, August 20-21.
2009
Enjoyed fantastic season in minor leagues and made strong impression in 21-game debut with the Nationals in September...in MLB debut, Sept. 10 vs. PHI, went 2-for-4 with double, homer and 4 RBI...became 2nd shortstop since
1920—when RBI became an official stat—to post as many as 4 RBI in a MLB debut (also PHI’s Ted Kazanski, June
25, 1953 at CHI)...became just the 2nd big-leaguer since 1920 to record at least 6 hits and 4 RBI in his first 2 MLB
games (joining STA’s Guy Sturdy)...went 10-for-17 with 4 doubles, a homer and 4 RBI in his first 4 games, becoming
the first player to collect 10 or more hits in initial 4 MLB contests since SFG’s Jim Davenport (10-for-18) in 1958...
also became first big-league player to start his career with multi-hit efforts in first 4 games since BOS’s Morgan Burkhart in 2000...he was the first NL player to do so since CHI’s Doug Dascenzo (1988)...had surgery to remove hook of
hamate in left hand, April 23, performed by Dr. Thomas Graham in Baltimore...combined to hit .330 in 97 games with
Harrisburg and Syracuse...began with Double-A Harrisburg...was promoted to Triple-A Syracuse, July 16...on DL with
hamate fracture (left hand), April 25-June 7.

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PERSONAL
Ian M. Desmond...graduated from Sarasota (FL) High School in 2004...committed to play collegiately at University of
South Florida prior to signing with Expos in 2004...was the 84th overall selection in the 2004 Draft.

SIGNED BY
Russ Bove (Expos)

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
.947 149 221 382
34 637
87
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0
.947 166 258 425 38 721 101
.923
5
12
12
2
26
2
1.000 2 3 0 0 3 0

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 4, 8/26/10 vs. STL
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 4, 9/10/09 vs. PHI
HITTING STREAK............................ 8 games, 8/13/10 - 8/32/10
MULTI-HR GAMES (0)..................... None
CAREER GRAND SLAMS................. None
CAREER PINCH HOMERS............... None

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DESMOND

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2004 ........ Selected by MON in 3rd round of First-Year Player Draft.

FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / SS
2009 / OF
CAREER / SS
CAREER / 2B
CAREER / OF

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

AWARDS & HONORS
2010 ������� Nationals No. 4 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2007 ������� Nationals No. 10 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2006 ������� Nationals No. 4 prospect as rated by Baseball America.

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2004
Combined to hit .228 with 2 home runs and 28 RBI in 59 games for GCL Expos and Vermont of the short-season Single-A
New York-Penn League during professional debut...hit first pro home run on August 26 vs. GCL Mets.

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2005
Made major splash in Spring Training before advancing 2 levels in the Nationals’ system...capped season with Potomac
of the Single-A Carolina League despite being just 20 years old...was not originally issued an invitation to big league
camp, but that changed on February 21, when GM Jim Bowden prompted the move to see talents and skill firsthand...
at ripe old age of 19, hit .306 (11-for-36) with a double, triple and 4 RBI in 20 Grapefruit League contests with the
Nationals...made numerous dazzling plays at SS and in shallow left field, ranging back to catch bloopers...with Savannah of the Single-A South Atlantic League, went 0-for-2 on Opening Day, but began a 12-game hitting streak the next
day...despite spending only half a season there, was rated as one of the SAL’s top 20 prospects by Baseball America...
also honored as SAL’s top defensive SS in a BA post-season survey of league managers.

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2006
Played in 129 games with Double-A Harrisburg and Single-A Potomac, batting combined .228 with 24 doubles, 3 triples, 9 homers, 48 RBI and 18 stolen bases...played first 2 months of season with Harrisburg, then finished campaign
with Potomac...following the season, batted .247 with one home run, 5 RBI and 6 stolen bases in 26 games with the
Waikiki BeachBoys of the Hawaiian Winter League.

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2007
After being named the No. 10 prospect in the Nationals’ chain by Baseball America, batted .264 with 13 homers, and
45 RBI in 129 games with Single-A Potomac of the Carolina League...lead team with 69 runs and 27 stolen bases.

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2008
Appeared in 96 games, batting combined .256 with 12 home runs, 46 RBI and 15 stolen bases with Harrisburg of
the Double-A Eastern League and the Nationals’ Gulf Coast League affiliate...was on DL from June 4-July 21 with left
hamate fracture...served 3-game rehab stint with GCL Nationals...played in the prestigious Arizona Fall League...hit .267
(27-for-101) with 6 doubles, 4 triples, 4 home runs and 17 RBI in 28 games with the Peoria Saguaros.

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Ross Detwiler • LHP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

48

R
Born
3/6/86 St. Louis, MO
L
’11 Opening Day Age
25
6’5”
MLB Service
1.088
174
Selected in first round (6th overall) of 2007 First-Year Player Draft

DETWILER CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2007
GCL Nationals 0
0
2.25 4 4 0 0 0 12.0 11 3 3 1 2 3 15
11.3 0 0
.234
Potomac
2
2
4.22 5 4 0 0 0 21.1 27 11 10 1 3 9 13 5.5 1 0
.310

Washington 0
0
0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9.0 0 0
.000
2008
Potomac
8
8
4.86
26
26 0 0 0 124.0
140 72 67 8 7 57
114 8.3 3 0
.289
2009
Harrisburg 0
3 2.96 6 6 0 0 0 27.1 28 14 9 2 1 10 28 9.2 0 0
.257
Syracuse
4
2 3.10 10 10 0 0 0 49.1 56 23 17 2 0 20 42 7.7 0 0
.281

Washington 1
6 5.00 15 14 1 0 0 75.2 87 43 42 3 2 33 43 5.1 4 0
.289
2010
Potomac
0
0
1.50 2 2 0 0 0 6.0 6 1 1 1 0 1 6 9.0 0 0
.250
Harrisburg 2
2
2.48 7 7 0 0 0 32.2 38 10 9 1 2 7 31 8.5 1 0
.292
Syracuse
1
0
1.80 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 5 3 1 0 0 1 2 3.6 0 0
.294

Washington 1
3 4.25 8 5 0 0 0 29.2 34 22 14 5 1 14 17 5.2 1 0
.288
MINORS TOTALS
17
17 3.79 61 60 0 0 0 277.2 311 137 117 16 15 108 251 8.1 5 0 .283
MLB TOTALS
2
9 4.74 24 19 1 0 0 106.1 121 65 56 8 3 47 61 5.2 5 0
.286
YEAR
CLUB
2010 Washington
MLB TOTALS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.000 8 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 3 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
.038 24 26 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 .038 .038 .077 0

CAREER
Southpaw power pitcher looks for breakout effort and injury-free campaign...the 2nd of 2 Nationals first-round selections
to reach the big leagues in the same season they were drafted (pitched in 9 minor-league contests prior to MLB debut)...
joins Ryan Zimmerman (4th overall selection, 2005) on this list (former Nationals closer Chad Cordero turned the same
trick in ‘03 upon being drafted by Montreal)...is the 3rd home-grown left-handed pitcher to start a game for Washington,
joining Mike O’Connor (2006) and John Lannan (2007-present)...entered ‘07 draft rated by Baseball America as the
3rd-best pitching prospect, the 6th-best prospect overall, among draft-eligible players.
2010
Pitched well in abbreviated campaign necessitated by right hip surgery...had right hip labral repair performed on Feb.
15 by Dr. Marc Philippon in Vail, CO...began throwing program late in Spring Training and began rehab assignment on
June 9...with the Nationals, earned 2nd big league win/first of 2010, on Sept. 23 vs. HOU, allowing 2 runs on 7 hits in
6.0 innings in game won by Washington, 7-2...went 1-3 with a 5.32 ERA in 5 big league starts, allowing 2 runs or less
thrice...when toeing the rubber as a starter, the Nationals went 3-2...pitched in 3 games out of the ‘pen and combined
on 6.0 scoreless innings...went 3-2 with a 2.27 ERA in 10 minor league starts (7 with Harrisburg, 2 with Single-A
Potomac, one with Triple-A Syracuse, ) after returning to action following Feb. 15 surgery...was 2-2 with a 2.48 ERA in
7 Double-A starts...in 43.2 minor-league innings, walked just 9 (2.3 per 9.0 innings), fanned 39 (8.0 per 9.0 innings)
and was touched for just 2 homers...walked one or less batters in 8 of 9 Triple-A or Double-A starts.
2009
In 2nd complete pro season, went a combined 5-11 with a 4.02 ERA in 31 games/30 starts for Washington, Triple-A
Syracuse and Double-A Harrisburg...posted 1.8 strikeout-to-walk ratio and allowed just one homer every 21.2 innings
at the 3 levels...closed the season strong, going 1-1 with a 1.90 ERA in 5 September games/4 starts...was 0-5 with a
6.40 ERA in 10 games/9 starts with the Nationals in first stint this season...was plagued by poor run support, as the
Nationals plated one run or less (while in the game) in 8 of 14 starts...received just 3.09 runs of offensive support per
9.0 innings, a figure that would have ranked last in MLB with enough innings to qualify...arned initial big league win
in the Nationals’ 2-1 victory on September 28 vs. NYM...allowed just one run on 7 hits in 6.0 innings, walking one
and fanning 3...recorded first big league hit, an RBI infield single of Kenshin Kawakami, July 3 vs. ATL...in the minor
leagues, went 4-5 with a 3.05 ERA in 16 starts at the 2 highest levels of Washington’s system.

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HISTORY AND
RECORDS

SIGNED BY
Ryan Fox (Nationals)

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 8 3 5 0 8 0
1.000
24
8
18
0
26
1

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 7.0 IP, 6/20/09 vs. TOR
WINNING STREAK........................... None
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 6, last 9/17/09 at PHI
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

LONGEST GAME, TIME / 9 INNINGS

LONGEST GAME, TIME

T.O.G.
DATE (RESULT)
3:54................... 5/3/06 vs. FLA (L5-6)
3:53.................. 6/25/10 at BAL (L6-7)
3:52.................5/10/09 at ARI (L8-10)
3:51..............6/17/06 vs. NYY (W11-9)
3:49..................7/4/10 vs. NYM (L5-9)

T.O.G. DATE
5:13..............9/14/2007 vs. ATL (L5-8)
5:00........... 9/19/2008 vs. SDP (L8-11)
4:53.............. 9/27/2006 vs. PHI (L7-8)
4:52.............. 7/25/2007 at PHI (W7-5)
4:45.............4/17/2008 at NYM (W3-2)

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# INN.
DATE (RESULT)
15.....................10/4/09 at ATL (W2-1)
14.....10x, last 10/3/10 at NYM (W2-1)

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2007 ������� Selected by Washington in first round (6th overall) of First-Year Player Draft.

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PLAYERS

AWARDS & HONORS
2009 ������� Nationals No. 2 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2007 ������� First member of 2007 First-Year Player Draft to reach the big leagues.

MANAGER |
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PERSONAL
Ross Emery Detwiler...in 3 seasons at Missouri State University, went 11-11 with a 3.13 ERA (75 ER/216.0 IP) in
39 career games...fanned 10.2 batters per 9.0 innings during his career with the Bears...entered the ‘07 season as a
Baseball America Pre-Season All-American...went 4-5 with a 2.22 ERA in 14 games in 3rd and final season at MSU to
garner 2nd-team MVC honors...as a sophomore, finished 7-4 with a 2.81 ERA, and tossed a complete game one-hitter
to beat MVC-power Creighton on May 25 to garner Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week citation...was the 2nd
Missouri State Bear drafted in the first-round in as many seasons (RHP Brett Sinkbeil was FLA’s top pick in 2006)...was
a hospitality/restaurant administration major...played for Team USA in summer of ‘06 (2-0, 0.95 ERA)...upon completion of Team USA schedule, pitched in 2 games for Falmouth of the Cape Cod League...earned ‘04 Gateway Athletic
Conference Player of the Year honors as senior at Wentzville (MO) High.

FRONT OFFICE |
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2007
Washington’s first pick of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft (6th overall out of Missouri State University) made just one
appearance in MLB debut after having contract selected from Single-A Potomac on September 4...debuted on Sept.
7 at ATL and became the first member of the ‘07 draft class to appear in a big league contest...struck out one (Willie
Harris) in 1.0 scoreless inning...went a combined 2-2 with a 3.56 ERA in 8 games (7 starts) for Potomac of the Single-A
Carolina League and Rookie-level Gulf Coast League Nationals in pro debut...posted a 2.9/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio at
the 2 levels...reported to the Gulf Coast League Nationals after signing his first pro contract on July 5...in 4 starts with
the GCL Nationals, struck out 15 and walked only 3 in 12.0 innings before making the jump to Potomac August 5...
surrendered just one earned run in final 14.0 Carolina League innings (3 games).

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2008
In first complete pro campaign, won 8 games and fanned 8.3 batters per 9.0 innings to help Potomac claim Single-A
Carolina League championship...114 strikeouts ranked 4th among Nationals farmhands...the 114 K’s also ranked 7th
in the CL, 2nd among left-handed pitchers...strikeout ratio of 8.3 per 9.0 innings was tops among CL southpaws that
pitched at least 112.0 innings (0.8 inning per contest)...was the P-Nats’ only starting pitcher to make more than 20
starts...in 11 road starts, notched a 3.51 ERA and fanned 9.5 batters per 9.0 innings...closed strong, going 3-3 with
a 3.60 ERA in final 10 starts...struck out career-best 9 in back-to-back starts, May 20 at Wilmington and May 25 vs.
Salem...led the CL in post-season strikeouts with 13...following the season, pitched in the Arizona Fall League...worked
scoreless ball in 9 of 11 relief appearances with the Peoria Saguaros.

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Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

YEAR
CLUB
2008 Vermont
2009 Potomac
2010 Harrisburg
Syracuse
Washington
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS

S
Born
4/25/87 Santa Ana, CA
R
’11 Opening Day Age
23
6’0”
MLB Service
0.033
190
Selected in 3rd round of 2008 First-Year Player Draft

ESPINOSA CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.328 19 64 8 21 23 2 0 0 4 3 1 2 17 17 2 2 .476 .359 .835 5
.264 133 474 90 125 218 31 4 18 72 10 5 13 74 129 29 11 .375 .460 .835 22
.262 99 386 66 101 179 16 4 18 54 3 2 10 33 94 20 8 .334 .464 .798 15
.295 24 95 14 28 44 2 1 4 15 2 2 1 8 22 5 3 .349 .463 .812 2
.214 28 103 16 22 46 4 1 6 15 0 0 0 9 30 0 2 .277 .447 .724 1
.270 275 1019 178 275 464 51 9 40 145 18 10 26 132 262 56 24 .365 .455 .820 44
.214 28 103 16 22 46 4 1 6 15 0 0 0 9 30 0 2 .277 .447 .723 1

CAREER
Switch hitter hopes to seize regular 2B job and form electric double-play combination with SS Ian Desmond...is a true
20-homer, 20-stolen base threat (28 homers, 25 stolen bases in 2010)...per Baseball America, has been cited as
Nationals’ top defensive infielder 3 years (2009-11) running...joins Bobby Crosby, Troy Tulowitzki and Evan Longoria as
the latest installment of former Long Beach State shortstops to make their marks in MLB.
2010
Burst onto the MLB scene, posting 6 homers and 15 RBI in 28 games as the Nationals’ most intriguing September callup...went 9-for-16 with 3 home runs and 10 RBI in first 5 games with Nationals...made big league debut and recorded
first hit with 6th-inning double off Burke Badenhop, Sept. 1 at FLA...hit first home run, a solo shot off Zach Duke, in
2nd career game, Sept. 3 at PIT...went 4-for-5 with 2 home runs (solo shot, grand slam) and 6 RBI, Sept. 6 vs. NYM...
paced Nationals with 11 extra-base hits in Sept./Oct...batted .306 with runners on base and .333 with runners in
scoring position…in minor leagues, with 22 home runs and 25 stolen bases, was one of only 3 players in Minor League
Baseball to reach the 20-20 mark in 2010.
2009
Ranked among the Single-A Carolina League leaders in nearly every offensive category, including runs (first, 90), walks
(2nd, 74), homers (4th, 18), total bases (5th, 218) and OBP (5th, .375)…18 homers and 72 RBI both 4th best among
Nationals farmhands...hit .345 with 15 RBI and 14 walks in 24 Arizona Fall League contests playing for Phoenix.
2008
Hit .328 and posted .476 OBP in 19-game pro debut with Vermont of the short-season Single-A New York Penn League.
PERSONAL
Daniel R. Espinosa...was a 3-year starting shortstop at Long Beach State...in 2006, was named Freshman All-American
by Collegiate Baseball...left LBSU as one of 12 Dirtbags to earn all-conference status 3 times...represented USA Baseball
in summers of 2003 (Youth National Team, 16-and-Under) and 2007 (Collegiate)...played for Chatham in the 2006
Cape Cod League...was a 2-time All-CIF and All-league selection at Mater Dei (CA) High...father, Dan, played baseball
at Northern Arizona and the University of Arizona...brother, Brandon, played ball at UC Riverside.

ESPINOSA

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Danny Espinosa • 2B

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AWARDS & HONORS
2011 ������� Nationals’ No. 3 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2010 ������� Double-A Eastern League All-Star (mid-season, post-season).
2010 ������� Nationals’ No. 5 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2009 ������� MLB Futures Game at STL.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2008 ������� Selected by Washington in 3rd round of First-Year Player Draft.
SIGNED BY
Mark Baca (Nationals)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / 2B
2010 / SS
CAREER / 2B
CAREER / SS

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 25 57 74 0 131 20
.917 2 2 9 1 12 1
1.000 25 57 74 0 131 20
.917 2 2 9 1 12 1

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 4, 9/6/10 vs. NYM
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 6, 9/6/10 vs. NYM
HITTING STREAK............................ 3 games, last 9/17/10 - 9/19/10
MULTI-HR GAMES (2)..................... 9/6/10 vs. NYM (2)
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (1) ........... 9/6/10 vs. NYM off Ryota Igarashi
CAREER PINCH HOMERS............... None

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
10/26/84 Carupano, VZ
R
’11 Opening Day Age
26
6’1”
MLB Service
3.158
229
Selected from NYM in Major League Rule 5 Draft, December 7, 2006

MEDIA

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PARK

2008
At the age of 23, turned in solid sophomore season, hitting .256 with 18 doubles, 8 home runs and 59 RBI in just 90
games...was MLB’s youngest catcher to start at least 55 games behind the plate in 2008...did not play the season’s final
22 games due to a left-ankle sprain sustained in home plate collision (caught stealing) with Chase Utley in 3rd inning
on Sept. 2 vs. PHI...ranked 2nd in the NL (7th in MLB) by hitting .370 (34-for-92) with runners in scoring position...7
game-winning RBI matched Elijah Dukes for the Nationals team lead...59 RBI ranked 2nd among Nationals (Lastings
Milledge, 61)...batted .327 in 32 games through June 14, but hit just .220 in 58 contests thereafter...batted .312 in
28 games against NL East foes...began the season on Opening Day roster.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2009
Played in just 29 contests, as season was cut short by lengthy DL stints for right shoulder contusion/fracture (May
10-September 4) and partially-torn right labrum (September 17-end of season)...in 26 games prior to first injury, batted
.311 with 3 doubles, 2 triples, 4 homers and 15 RBI...on-base and slugging percentage in that 26-game stand were
.382 and .522, respectively...suffered right shoulder contusion when struck by a foul tip off the bat of Chris Young, May
9 at ARI...was later diagnosed with stress fracture in his throwing shoulder...after returning to the Nationals roster on
September 4, he made 3 pinch-hitting appearances then was shut down with a torn labrum (right shoulder)...underwent
surgery to repair the labrum on Sept. 16, performed by Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, AL...capped scoring with
tie-breaking 6th-inning RBI single in 3-2 win, April 20 vs. ATL...posted 3 hits, including game-winning 2-run shot,
and 3 RBI in 8-1 win, April 26 at NYM...homered and gunned down potential tying run via a stolen-base attempt in a
5-4 win, May 8 at ARI.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
Did not play while continuing rehab from September 16, 2009 right-labrum surgery...did, however, participate in the
Nationals Instructional League in Sept. and October...hit .316 (6-for-19) with 2 doubles, a homer, 2 RBI and 2 walks.

2010
IN REVIEW

CAREER
Strives for return to form after playing in just 29 games in 2009 and 2010 due to injury (see below)...joins CIN’s Josh
Hamilton and KCR’s Joakim Soria as “steals” of the ‘06 Rule 5 Draft...regarded as NYM’s top catching prospect prior
to Rule 5 Draft, and was slated to be rated among NYM’s top 10 prospects by Baseball America...before breaking into
the big leagues in ‘07, had never played above Single-A...in 2 of 3 domestic minor-league seasons, was named an AllStar...tied for the FSL lead with 21 homers in ‘06 with St. Lucie.

PLAYERS

FLORES CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2002 VSL Mets
.203 40 123 10 25 36 8 0 1 8 1 0 8 10 29 2 1 .293 .305 .598 2
DSL Mets
.292 19 65 19 19 33 3 1 3 10 1 0 1 11 14 8 3 .508 .403 .911 1
2003
VSL Mets
.255 52 165 25 42 70 16 0 4 32 0 1 14 21 24 2 3 .424 .383 .807 3
2004
GCL Mets
.319 45 141 16 45 75 12 3 4 25 1 2 4 8 26 1 1 .532 .368 .900 5
Brooklyn
.333 3 6 1 2 5 0 0 1 3 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.833
.333
1.167
0
2005
Hagerstown .216 82 319 34 69 108 18 0 7 42 1 2 3 12 90 2 2 .339 .250 .589 7
2006 St. Lucie
.266 120 429 66 114 209 32 0 21 70 2 3 18 28 127 2 0 .487 .335 .822 4
2007 Washington .244 79 180 21 44 65 9 0 4 25 0 0 3 14 48 0 1 .361 .310 .671 4
2008 Columbus
.153 17 59 8 9 15 3 0 1 7 0 0 2 8 20 0 0 .254 .275 .530 0
Washington .256 90 301 23 77 121 18 1 8 59 0 4 4 15 78 0 1 .402 .296 .698 5
2009 Washington .301 29 93 13 28 47 3 2 4 15 1 1 0 11 26 0 0 .505 .371 .876 1

*Harrisburg .364 3 11 1 4 4 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.364
.364
.728
0
2010 Washington
INJURED / DID NOT PLAY
MINORS TOTALS
.250 381 1318 180 329 555 92 4 42 197 6 8 50 98 332 17 10 .421 .324 22
MLB TOTALS
.260 198 574 57
149
233 30 3 16 99 1 5 7 40 152 0 2
.406 .313
10
*—Rehab assignment

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

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COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

Jesus Flores • C

2007
In big league debut, hit .244 (44-for-180) with 9 doubles, 4 homers and 25 RBI in 79 games (42 starts)...started 42
games behind incumbent Brian Schneider...when starting behind the plate, Washington went 21-21...ranked 6th among
MLB rookie catchers in RBI and 4th among the same group in games...went 2-for-3 with 2 doubles and 2 RBI, April
22 at FLA, to account for first hit and first RBI of big league career...hit first homer on July 1 at PIT off Paul Maholm.

2006
Was a mid-season Florida State League All-Star, and later earned the Sterling Award as the Most Valuable Player of the
Single-A St. Lucie squad after hitting .266 with 32 doubles, 21 homers and 70 RBI in 120 games...entered season as
NYM’s No. 12 prospect per Baseball America...21 homers tied 2 others for the FSL lead...also ranked among FSL leaders in slugging percentage (3rd at .487) and extra-base hits (4th with 53)...earned FSL Player of the Week honors for
period ending June 4 (9-for-21, 2 doubles, 3 homers, 9 RBI, 5 games)...played in the FSL mid-season All-Star Game..
homered in 3 straight games May 30-June 2...batted .471 (8-for-17) with 4 doubles and 2 RBI in 5 post-season games
during St. Lucie’s run to the FSL championship...played for Navegantes in the Venezuelan Winter League.
2005
Was limited to just 82 games with Hagerstown of the Single-A South Atlantic League after beginning the season on the
Disabled List with a broken right thumb...was hit by a Tomo Ohka pitch in the 5th inning of the exhibition finale April
3 at RFK Stadium...despite the injury, threw out 40 percent of would-be base stealers after being activated from the
DL on May 13...posted pro-high 5 RBI, August 12 at Greensboro...hit .366 during 10-game hitting streak, Aug. 15-26.
2004
In his first year of pro ball in the US, was a Gulf Coast League All-Star, and later earned the Sterling Award as the Most
Valuable Player of the GCL Mets club.
2003
Hit .255 with 16 doubles, 4 homers and 32 RBI in 52 games with Tronconero of the Venezuelan Summer League.
2002
Batted .292 with 3 homers and 10 RBI in 19 games with Dominican Summer League Mets after beginning the year with
Universidad of the Venezuelan Summer League...was signed by NYM as a non-drafted free agent March 12.
PERSONAL
Jesus M. Flores...graduated from Rafael Osio Perez High (VEN)...grew up idolizing Ivan Rodriguez and Andres Galarraga.

AWARDS & HONORS
2004 ������� Sterling Award recipient as MVP of the GCL Mets.

FLORES

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2002 ������� Signed with NYM as a non-drafted free agent, March 12.
2006 ������� Selected by WAS with 6th selection in Major League Rule 5 Draft, December 7.
SIGNED BY
Gregorio Machado and Junior Roman (NYM)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / C
CAREER / C

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
PB
— 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.990 161 875
69
10 813
7
13

CATCHERS THROWING STATS
YEAR
GS (W-L) C-CS
2010
0 (0-0)
0
CAREER
143 (57-86)
26

SBA
0
111

CS%

23%

PB
0
13

CATCHER’S ERA
— (0 ER/0.0 IP)
4.32 (513 ER/1068.1 IP)

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 5, 7/20/08 at ATL
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 4, 5/28/08 at SDP
HITTING STREAK............................ 9 games, 5/26/08 - 6/7/08
MULTI-HR GAMES.......................... None
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (1) ............ 5/28/08 at SDP off Mike Adams
CAREER PINCH HOMERS (1)............ 7/9/08 vs. ARI

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
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HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

Game-By-Game Highlights: 2-run homer on July 1 at PIT provided the Nationals with decisive runs in a 3-2 victory...
erased 5-4 deficit with game-winning 3-run shot in 8th inning to secure a 7-6 win, July 26 at PHI...August 12 at ARI,
stroked a game-tying solo homer off closer Jose Valverde to lead off the 9th (Washington won, 7-6)...down 3-2 with 2
outs in the 9th, laced game-ending 2-run double to beat FLA, 4-3, September 4 at RFK.

PLAYERS

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

FLORES, JESUS

VZ NATS

MEDIA

A look at the 11 Venezuelan-born Nationals in the club’s 6 seasons in DC:

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PLAYER YEAR(S)
Tony Armas
2005-2006
Endy Chavez
2005-2005
Melvin Dorta
2006-2006
Alex Escobar
2006-2006
Jesus Flores
2007-2009

PLAYER YEAR(S)
Wil Ledezma
2009-2009
Victor Garate
2009-2009
Alberto Gonzalez
2008-2009
Wiki Gonzalez
2006-2006
Carlos Maldonado
2010
Wilson Ramos
2010

R
Born
8/10/82 Point Pleasant, NJ
R
’11 Opening Day Age
28
6’3”
MLB Service
0.017
195
Signed as minor-league free agent, December 20, 2010

2008
Batted .303 Erie to tie for 7th in the International League...advanced to Triple-A for the first time.

2006
Was a Florida State League mid-season All-Star with Single-A Lakeland...belted 2-run home run in the FSL All-Star
game to earn “Star of Stars” award...was DET’s Minor League Player of the Month in April after hitting .293 (29-for-99)
with 12 runs, 6 doubles, 5 home runs and 22 RBI in 24 games.

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MEDIA

2005
Led the Midwest League with in games (137) and doubles (45) with Michigan of the Single-A Midwest League...tied
for MWL lead with 61 extra-base hits...also ranked among MWL leaders hits (3rd, 154) and total bases (3rd, 243).

NATIONALS
PARK

2007
In lone season with SEA organization, played for both Single-A High Desert and Double-A West Tenn...hit .329 with 19
doubles in 44 California League contests.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2009
Combined to hit .311 with 34 doubles, 12 homers and 67 RBI in 128 games for Toledo and Double-A Erie...ranked 6th
in Triple-A International League with .308 batting average...tabbed the IL Player of the Week, July 20-26, after hitting
.545 with 3 doubles, 5 home runs and 12 RBI in 9 games.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
Saw first big league action with DET, appearing in 9 games...made MLB debut, July 30 at BOS...first big league hit was
a single off Daisuke Matsuzaka, July 31 at Fenway Park...with Triple-A Toledo, was selected to the International League’s
mid and post-season All-Star squads...led the IL with 61 extra-base hits, and tied for 3rd in IL with 34 doubles, 25
home runs and 235 total bases...homered once every 19.1 at-bats (5th in IL)...was named IL Player of the Week, July
12-18...hit .571 with a double, 3 home runs and 6 RBI in 4 games to earn the citation.

2010
IN REVIEW

CAREER
Powerful outfielder spent majority of career with Tigers, but was dealt to Mariners for the 2007 season before being
reacquired by DET...25 homers in 2010 nearly equaled 26 long balls hit in previous 3 seasons (2007-09).

PLAYERS

FRAZIER CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.304 20 79 15 24 34 5 1 1 13 0 2 3 9 11 2 1 .387 .430 .817 0
.287 137 537 79 154 243 45 4 12 81 1 8 10 46 86 16 3 .349 .453 .802 5
.228 135 526 61 120 182 21 1 13 73 0 7 3 37 88 12 3 .279 .346 .625 6
.245 78 302 29 74 100 12 1 4 30 1 2 2 21 54 0 2 .297 .331 .628 1
.329 44 173 20 57 90 19 1 4 27 0 0 2 12 14 0 2 .380 .520 .900 5
.303 116 446 55 135 177 22 1 6 55 1 3 3 31 51 1 1 .350 .397 .747 4
.250 3 12 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 0
0 0 0 3 0 0
.250
.250
.500
0
.322 23 87 11 28 41 10 0 1 13 0 1 1 7 13 0 1 .375 .471 .846 0
.308 105 399 52 123 182 24 1 11 54 0 9 1 20 49 1 2 .336 .456 .792 3
.256 123 477 72 122 235 34 2 25 73 0 3 4 32 89 7 1 .306 .493 .799 7
.217 9 23 3 5 6 1 0 0 1 0
0 0 1 6 0 0
.250
.261
.511
0
.276 784 3038 394 840 1287 192 12 77 420 3 35 29 215 458 39 16 .327 .424 .750 31
.217 9 23 3 5 6 1 0 0 1 0
0 0 1 6 0 0
.250
.261
.511
0

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

YEAR
CLUB
2004
Oneonta
2005 West Michigan
2006 Lakeland
2007
West Tenn
High Desert
2008 Erie
Toledo
2009
Erie
Toledo
2010 Toledo
Detroit
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS
*—Rehab assignment

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OWNERSHIP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

72

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

Jeff Frazier • OF

2004
Batted .304 with one homer and 13 RBI in 20 games during first pro season with Oneonta of the New York-Penn League.
PERSONAL
Jeffrey Keith Frazier...graduated from Toms River South (NJ) High School...named The Star Ledger’s New Jersey State
Player of the Year in 2001...played collegiately at Rutgers University...was a All-Big East Conference selection as a
junior (.382, 16 doubles, 13 home runs, 59 RBI)...also as junior, led Big East Conference in batting and was tabbed
2nd-Team All-American by Baseball America and USA Today’s Sports Weekly...earned All-Big East Conference honors as
sophomore...played with Chatham in the Cape Cod League during summer of 2003...nabbed spot on Baseball America’s
Freshman All-American squad in 2002 (.356, 45 runs, 11 doubles, 13 home runs and 54 RBI)...played with Danbury
in the New England Collegiate Baseball League during summer of 2002...was a NECBL All-Star and 2nd-Team Summer
All-American by Baseball America...tabbed the 2nd-best prospect in the NECBL by Baseball America...played on Toms
River (NJ) teams that made it to 1995 Little League World Series and 1996 Junior League World Series...brother, Todd
Frazier, is a shortstop in CIN organization.

FRAZIER

AWARDS & HONORS
2005 ������� DET’s No. 7 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2004 ������� Selected by DET in 3rd round of First-Year Player Draft.
2007 ������� Acquired by SEA in exchange for RHP Yorman Bazardo, Feb. 7.
2008 ������� Acquired by DET in exchange for cash considerations or player to be named,
March 28.
2008 ������� Signed with Washington as a minor-league free agent, Dec. 20.

2011 NATIONALS MLB DEBUTS

SIGNED BY
Derrick Ross (Tigers)

MEDIA

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PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

FRAZIER, JEFF

80

PLAYER CLUB
ANKIEL, Rick
STL
ATILANO, Luis
Washington
AUBREY, Michael
CLE
BALESTER, Collin
Washington
BARKER, Kevin
MIL
BERNADINA, Roger
Washington
BISNENIUS, Joe
PHI
BIXLER, Brian
PIT
BURNETT, Sean
PIT
CHICO, Matt
Washington
CLIPPARD, Tyler
NYY
COFFEY, Todd
CIN
CORA, Alex
LAD
DESMOND, Ian
Washington
DETWILER, Ross
Washington
ESPINOSA, Danny
Washington
FLORES, Jesus
Washington
FRAZIER, Jeff
DET
GAUDIN, Chad
TBR
GONZALEZ, Alberto
NYY
GORZELANNY, Tom
PIT
HAIRSTON JR., Jerry
BAL
HERNANDEZ, Livan
FLA
LANNAN, John
Washington
LaROCHE, Adam
ATL

DATE/SITE
8/23/99 at MON
4/23/10 vs. LAD
5/17/08 at CIN
7/1/08 at FLA
8/19/99 at HOU
6/29/08 vs. BAL
4/5/07 vs. ATL
4/6/08 at FLA
5/30/04 vs. CHI
4/4/07 vs. FLA
5/20/07 at NYM
4/19/05 vs. CHI
6/7/98 at SEA
9/10/09 vs. PHI
9/7/207 at ATL
9/1/10 at FLA
4/4/07 vs. FLA
7/30/10 at BOS
8/1/03 at KCR
9/1/07 vs. TBR
9/20/05 vs. HOU
9/11/98 vs. ANA
9/24/96 vs. ATL
7/26/07 at PHI
4/7/04 vs. NYM

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / OF
CAREER / OF

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 4 11 1 0 12 1
1.000 4 11 1 0 12 1

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 2, last 7/31/10 at BOS
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 1, 8/3/10 vs. CWS
HITTING STREAK............................ 2 games, 8/7/10 - 8/9/10
MULTI-HR GAMES (0)..................... None
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (0)............. None

PLAYER CLUB
MALDONADO, Carlos
PIT
MARQUIS, Jason
ATL
MARTIN, J.D.
Washington
MARTIS, Shairon
Washington
MAYA, Yunesky
Washington
MEREDITH, Cla
BOS
MOCK, Garrett
Washington
MORGAN, Nyjer
PIT
MORSE, Mike
SEA
NIX, Laynce
TEX
RAMOS, Wilson
MIN
RODRIGUEZ, Henry
OAK
RODRIGUEZ, Ivan
TEX
SLATEN, Doug
ARI
STAIRS, Matt
MON
STAMMEN, Craig
Washington
STOREN, Drew
Washington
STRASBURG, Stephen
Washington
VAN EVERY, Jonathan
BOS
WANG, Chien-Ming
NYY
WERTH, Jayson
TOR
WOOD, TIM
FLA
ZIMMERMAN, Ryan
Washington
ZIMMERMANN, Jordan
Washington

DATE/SITE
9/8/06 at CIN
6/6/00 vs. TOR
7/20/09 vs. NYM
9/4/08 at ATL
9/7/10 vs. NYM
5/8/05 vs. SEA
6/8/08 vs. SFG
9/1/07 at MIL
5/31/05 vs. TOR
7/10/03 vs. MIN
5/2/10 at CLE
9/21/09 vs. TEX
6/20/91 at CWS
9/4/06 at FLA
5/29/92 at CIN
5/21/09 vs. PIT
5/17/10 at STL
6/8/10 vs. PIT
5/14/08 at BAL
4/30/05 vs. TOR
9/1/02 vs. NYY
6/25/09 vs. BAL
9/1/05 at ATL
4/20/09 vs. ATL

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
3/24/83 New Orleans, LA
R
’11 Opening Day Age
28
6’2”
MLB Service
5.163
245
Signed as minor-league free agent, December 17, 2010

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
ON ALDS ROSTER / Not Not Pitch
ON ALDS ROSTER / Not Not Pitch
NOT ON ALDS ROSTER

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MEDIA

CAREER
Versatile arm potentially adds depth to both the Nationals’ starting staff and bullpen...sports 3 seasons of post-season
experience...earned World Series ring as member of the 2009 Yankees...has pitched successfully in both a starting role
and out of the bullpen during his career...in 2007 with OAK, tied for the AL lead with 34 starts en route to going 11-13
with a 4.42 ERA...in 183 career relief appearances, he has tallied 14 wins, 2 saves, 21 holds and been the victim of
just 4 blown saves...has worked in excess of 1.0 inning in 80 of 183 career relief appearances entering 2011...debuted
in the big leagues with the Devil Rays in 2003 at the age of 20...pitching for Orlando in Double-A debut, tossed the
2nd perfect game in the Southern League’s 128-year history, July 15, 2003 vs. Jacksonville.

NATIONALS
PARK

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
YEAR
CLUB, OPP. W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
2006
OAK vs. DET 0
0 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 0 3.1 2 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0
.182
2009
NYY vs. LAA 0
0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.000
2009 NYY vs. TEX
NOT ON ALCS ROSTER
TOTALS
0
0 0.00 4 0 0 0 0 0 4.1 2 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0
.143
WORLD SERIES RECORD
YEAR
CLUB, OPP. W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
2009 NYY vs. PHI
ON WORLD SERIES ROSTER / Not Not Pitch

SCOUTING |
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YEAR CLUB, OPP.
2006 OAK vs. MIN
2009 NYY vs. MIN
2009 NYY vs. MIN

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
— 42 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — — — 1
.031 22 32 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 16 0 0 .088 .031 .119 11

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YEAR
CLUB
2010 OAK/NYY
MLB TOTALS

PLAYERS

GAUDIN CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2002
Charleston 4
6 2.26 26 17 0 0 1 119.1 106 43 30 5 11 37 106 8.0 4 3
.244
2003
Bakersfield 5
3 2.13 14 14 1 0 0 80.1 63 23 19 2 1 23 70 7.8 0 2
.214
Orlando
2
0
0.47 3 3 1 1 0 19.0 8 1 1 0 0 3 23
10.9 0 0
.131
Tampa Bay 2
0 3.60 15 3 0 0 0 40.0 37 18 16 4 1 16 23 5.2 1 0
.240
2004
Durham
1
3 4.72 17 7 0 0 2 47.2 48 26 25 8 2 17 52 9.8 0 1
.262
Tampa Bay 1
2 4.85 26 4 0 0 0 42.2 59 27 23 4 4 16 30 6.3 0 0
.337
2005
Syracuse
9
8 3.35 23 23 2 2 0 150.1 140 61 56 12 8 35 113 6.8 5 2
.251
Toronto
1
3
13.15 5 3 0 0 0 13.0 31 19 19 6 1 6 12 8.3 0 0
.470
2006
Sacramento 3
0
0.37 4 4 0 0 0 24.1 14 6 1 0 0 8 26 9.6 0 0
.173
Oakland
4
2 3.09 55 0 0 0 2 64.0 51 24 22 3 1 42 36 5.1 2 2
.222
2007 Oakland
11
13 4.42 34 34 1 0 0 199.1 205 108 98 21 8 100 154 7.0 3 1 .267
2008
Oakland
5
3 3.59 26 6 0 0 0 62.2 63 29 25 6 3 17 44 6.3 2 1
.263
Chicago Cubs 4
2 6.26 24 0 0 0 0 27.1 29 21 19 5 0 10 27 8.9 0 1
.271
2009
Portland
0
0
0.00 2 2 0 0 0 8.2 4 0 0 0 0 2 10
10.4 1 0
.138

San Diego 4
10
5.13
20
19 0 0 0 105.1
105 69 60 7 5 56
105 9.0 4 1
.261
N.Y. Yankees 2
0 3.43 11 6 0 0 0 42.0 41 16 16 7 3 20 34 7.3 3 0
.252
2010
Oakland
0
2
8.83
12 0 0 0 0 17.1 27 18 17 5 3 5 20
10.4 0 0
.360
New York
1
2 4.50 30 0 0 0 0 48.0 46 27 24 11 5 20 33 6.2 3 0
.254
MINORS TOTALS
24
20 2.64 89 70 4 3 3 449.2 383 160 132 27 22 125 400 8.0 10 8 .233
MLB TOTALS
35
39 4.61 258 75 1 0 2 661.2 694 376 339 79 34 308 518 7.0 18 6 .271

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Chad Gaudin • RHP

2010
Finished 1-4 with one hold, one blown save and a 5.65 ERA in 42 appearances with OAK and NYY...signed with NYY as
a free agent on May 26 and helped NYY earn AL Wild Card berth via a 1.38 ERA in 8 Aug. appearances...in 30 overall
appearance with the Yankees, worked in excess of 1.0 inning 17 times.
2009
Signed late and went 6-10 with a 4.64 ERA in 31 games/25 starts for OAK and NYY...won a World Series ring with the
Yankees...signed with the Bronx Bombers after being acquired by the Athletics on Aug. 6.
2008
Pitched primarily in relief (44 relief apps, 6 starts) while splitting the season between OAK and CHI...notched best
strikeout-to-walk ratio (2.6/1) of career...won 4 games for CHI in 27 games after being acquired prior to All-Star break.
2007
Worked exclusively as a starter for the first time...won a career-best 11 games...34 starts tied for the AL lead...was 8-3
with a 2.88 ERA at the All-Star break...induced 26 GIDPs to rank 7th in the American League.
2006
In career-high 55 appearances with OAK, posted career highs with 2 saves, a .222 batting average against and a 3.09
ERA and ...worked 20.2 straight scoreless innings, July 13-Sept. 9...worked 3.1 scoreless innings in the ALCS vs. DET.
2005
Spent majority of the season in Triple-A Syracuse, but pitched in 5 games/3 starts for TOR...earned only big league win
of 2005 in Blue Jays debut, May 31 at SEA...while with Syracuse, 3.35 ERA ranked 4th in the International League.
2004
Member of TBR’s Opening Day roster...spent much of season shuttling between the Devil Rays and Triple-A Durham...
earned first career MLB win in a starting role on June 17 at SDP.
2003
Little more than 2 years out of high school, debuted in the big leagues at the age of 21...went 2-0 with a 3.60 ERA in
15 games/3 starts for OAK...debuted in big leagues, Aug. 1 at KCR and earned first big league win on Aug. 7 vs. KCR...
first MLB strikeout was KCR’s Kevin Harvey, Aug. 1 at Kaufmann Stadium...posted a 1.81 ERA in 17 minor-league
starts for Double-A Orlando and Single-A Bakersfield...tossed a perfect game in Double-A debut, July 15 vs. Jacksonville.
2002
In pro debut with Charleston, posted a 2.26 ERA which paced TBR’s system, ranked 2nd in the Single-A South Atlantic
League and 10th in Minor League Baseball.
2001
Signed late...participated in OAK’s Instructional League program...worked 38.0 consecutive scoreless innings in the IL.
PERSONAL
Chad Edward Gaudin...last name is pronounced “GO-dan”...is a 2001 graduate of Crescent (LA) High in Metairie...as
a senior, earned All-State and district MVP honors...was also a 3rd-team All-American per Baseball America...verbally
committed to play baseball at Louisiana State prior to signing with the Devil Rays in 2001.

GAUDIN

MEDIA

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2010
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AWARDS & HONORS
2004 ������� Devil Rays No. 6 prospect as rated by Baseball America.

SIGNED BY
Benny Latino (Devil Rays)

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2001 ������� Signed with TBR as 34th-round selection in First-Year Player Draft.
2004 ������� Acquired by TOR in exchange for C Kevin Cash, Dec. 12.
2005 ������� Acquired by OAK in exchange for player to be named (OF Dustin Majewski),
Dec. 5.
2008 ������� Acquired by CHI with RHP Rich Harden in exchange for LHP Sean Gallagher, C
Josh Donaldson, OF Matt Murton and INF Eric Patterson, July 8.
2009 ������� Signed with SDP as minor-league free agent, April 16.

Acquired by NYY in exchange for player to be named or cash*, Aug. 6.
2010 ������� Signed with OAK as a free agent, March 30.

Signed with NYY as a free agent, May 26.

Signed with Washington as a minor-league free agent, Dec. 17.

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
.889
.918

G
42
258

PO
9
52

A
2
71

E
6
11

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 8.0 IP, last 6/28/09 at TEX
WINNING STREAK........................... 5 games, last 5/8/07 - 6/3/07
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 11, last 6/23/09 at SEA
CAREER 10-K GAMES (3)............... 9/30/07 vs. LAA (11)

6/23/09 at SEA (11)

8/23/07 at TBR (10)
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

TC
17
134

DP
0
4

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R
Born
4/18/83 Maracaibo, VZ
R
’11 Opening Day Age
27
5’10” MLB Service
2.135
194
Acquired from NYY in exchange for RHP Jhonny Nunez, July 31, 2008

MEDIA

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2008
Acquired from the NYY at the trade deadline, July 31...provided exceptional defense and an offensive spark in 17 games
for the Nationals...combined to hit .257 with 8 doubles, one home run and 10 RBI in 45 games for Washington and
NYY...paid immediate dividends for Washington, leading club to wins in his first 4 games played while going 6-for-13
with 3 doubles...7 of 17 hits with Washington went for extra bases (6 doubles, one home run)...thanks to left hamstring
strain, endured month-long DL stint—missing 25 games, August 5-31...played perfect defense with Nationals, and
committed just one error while with NYY...for the 2 clubs, combined on a .990 fielding percentage for the season...ent
1-for-2 with a double, 2 walks and a run scored, triggering 5-2 win in first game with the Nationals, August 1 vs. CIN...
belted first big league homer off Julian Tavarez and recorded career-best 3 RBI, September 7 at ATL.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2009
Made shift and played primarily at 2B in season’s 2nd half and made just one error in 208 total chances/55 games,
recording a .995 fielding percentage...set career bests with 31 runs, 77 hits, 16 doubles, 3 triples, 33 RBI and 105
games played...hit .333 in 43 games before the All-Star break, .222 in 62 games after the break...batted .397 with
9 extra-base hits and 11 RBI against southpaws...hit .292 with runners in scoring position...dominated Interleague
Play, batting .375 (9-for-24) with one double and 3 RBI in 11 games...plated game-winning RBI via 4th-inning sac fly
in 4-0 win, July 21 vs. NYM...legged out a team single-game season-high 3 doubles on September 10 vs. PHI...laced
bases-loaded 3-run triple to break open an eventual 10-6 win, August 15 at CIN...capped ‘09 with game-winning RBI
via 15th-inning single in 2-1 win on October 4 at ATL...spent one month, April 28-May 30, with Triple-A Syracuse,
batting .311 with 3 doubles, one triple and 8 RBI in 23 contests...hit .368 against IL southpaws.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
A member of Washington’s Opening Day roster for a 2nd consecutive season...provided versatility...played 5 different
positions (all 4 infield spots and RF)...hit .301 with 3 RBI in 65 games through July 27, but batted just .204 with 2
RBI thereafter...in 37 starts, went 35-for-134 (.261) with 6 doubles and 4 RBI...went 4-for-4 with one RBI and a run
scored to trigger 7-2 win on June 29 at ATL...played stellar defense at 3B during the season’s final 10 contests in place
of an injured Ryan Zimmerman.

2010
IN REVIEW

CAREER
Plus defender adds depth to the Nationals’ middle-infield slots...is a career .303 (50-for-165) hitter against left-handed
pitching...has fanned just once every 8.6 at bats during 8 seasons of professional baseball.

PLAYERS

GONZALEZ CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2003
DSL D-Backs .283 58 205 38 58 78 13 2 1 18 2 2 8 19 10 15 6 .363 .380 .743 7
2004 South Bend .238 100 319 39 76 109 15 6 2 25 5 2 11 16 44 9 7 .296 .342 .638 17
2005 South Bend .318 95 352 60 112 150 21 7 1 42 5 5 5 20 42 12 5 .359 .426 .785 11
2006 Tennessee
.290 129 434 67 126 170 20 3 6 50 13 2 8 37 42 5 1 .356 .392 .748 14
Tucson
.200 4 15 2 3 3 0 0 0 1 0
0 1 1 1 0 0
.294
.200
.494
0
2007
Trenton
.330 28 109 18 36 48 10 1 0 16 3 2 1 10 14 1 1 .385 .440 .825 3
Scranton/W-B .247 106 384 44 95 139 21 10 1 35 9 3 6 24 49 11 5 .300 .362 .662 10
N.Y. Yankees .071 12 14 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 .133 .071 .204 1
2008
Scranton/W-B .250 47 188 23 47 67 8 0 4 23 2 4 3 16 30 4 2 .313 .356 .669 9
N.Y. Yankees .173 28 52 4 9 11 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 4 8 0 0 .232 .212 .444 1
Columbus
.303 8 33 2 10 16 3 0 1 6 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 .324 .485 .809 0
Washington .347 17 49 9 17 26 6 0 1 9 0 0 1 4 6 0 1 .407 .531 .938 0
2009 Washington .265 105 291 31 77 102 16 3 1 33 2 6 3 14 27 1 1 .299 .351 .650 10
Syracuse
.311 23 90 5 28 33 3 1 0 8 1 0 0 1 8 1 0 .319 .367 .686 2
2010 Washington .247 114 186 19 46 56 8 1 0 5 3 1 1 7 30 0 0 .277 .301 .578 5
MINORS TOTALS
.278 598 2129 298 591 813 114 30 16 224 40 20 44 144 245 58 27 .333 .382 .715 73
MLB TOTALS
.253 276 592 66 150 196 32 4 2 49 7 7 5 30 72 1 3 .292 .331 .623 17

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Alberto Gonzalez • INF

2007
Combined on a career-best 31 2-baggers for Triple-A Scranton/W-B and Double-A Trenton in first season in NYY organization...had been acquired in off-season as part of Randy Johnson trade...made MLB debut with NYY in September...
recalled from Triple-A Scranton/W-B on September 1 and made debut that day as defensive replacement at SS in 8th
inning vs. TBR...notched first RBI via fielder’s choice groundout, September 8 at KCR...made first start and collected
first big league hit, a 6th-inning single off Scott Kazmir, September 27 at TBR...appeared in 11 games at SS and one
game at 3B, compiling .958 fielding percentage with one error in 24 total chances.
In Minor Leagues: Combined to hit .286 with 62 runs scored, 31 doubles, 11 triples, a home run, 51 RBI and 12 stolen
bases in 134 games for Scranton/W-B and Trenton...began season with Scranton/W-B...led all Triple-A shortstops with
.976 fielding percentage and tied for International League lead with 10 triples...was optioned to Trenton for 28-game
stint from June 29 to July 30...there, hit .330 with 11 extra-base hits and 16 RBI...batted .304 after returning to
Triple-A, thanks in part to career-high 15-game hitting streak, August 6-19...following the season, batted team-high
.341 with 24 runs scored, 7 doubles, 2 triples, 4 home runs and 16 RBI in 34 games with the Bravos de Margarita in
the Venezuelan Winter League.
2006
In final season in ARI system, played entire Double-A schedule with Tennessee to earn late-season promotion to Tucson
of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League...was the 2nd-hardest hitter in Southern League to strike out, averaging just one
K every 11.76 plate appearances...ranked 7th in the SL in batting at .290...128 games played led all SL shortstops...
registered a .977 fielding percentage and paced all Southern League middle infielders in assists and total chances...
following the domestic season, hit .253 with three triples, a home run and 14 RBI in 51 games with Pastoria de los
Llanos in the Venezuelan Winter League.
2005
Named best defensive infielder in ARI organization by Baseball America...sported a .975 fielding percentage at SS and
playing errorless ball in 6 games at 2B with South Bend of the Single-A Midwest League...was teammates with current
National Emilio Bonifacio in South Bend...earned Midwest League All-Star honors and was rated by league managers
as the circuit’s top defensive SS...batted .318 with 21 doubles, seven triples, a home run and 42 RBI in 95 games...
ranked 4th in MWL in batting...the .318 mark also ranked 5th among all ARI farmhands.
2004
In 100 games with South Bend, played both SS (83 games) and 2B (19 games)...flashed slick glovework for the first
time domestically, making just 17 errors
2003
Paced Boca Chica of the Rookie-level Dominican Summer League with 13 doubles...posted 19 walks and only 10
strikeouts in 58 games.
PERSONAL
Alberto Ramon Gonzalez...makes home in Maracaibo, Venezuela...attended Octavio Hernandez High.

GONZALEZ

AWARDS & HONORS
2008 ������� Best Defensive Infielder in NYY’s system as rated by Baseball America.

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2002 ������� Signed by ARI as non-drafted free agent, August 3.
2007 ������� Acquired by NYY with RHP Steven Jackson, RHP Ross Ohlendorf and RHP Luis
Vizcaino in exchange for LHP Randy Johnson, January 9.
2008 ������� Acquired by WAS in exchange for RHP Jhonny Nunez, July 31.
SIGNED BY
Miguel Nava (Diamondbacks)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / 1B
2010 / 2B
2010 / SS
2010 / 3B
2010 / OF
CAREER / 1B
CAREER / 2B
CAREER / SS
CAREER / 3B
CAREER / OF

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 3 15 0 0 15 3
.987 38 35 42 1 78 16
.972
16
9
26
1
36
6
.955
27
16
47
3
66
3
— 1 0 0 0 0 0
1.000 3 15 0 0 15 3
.993
97 125 170
2 297
51
.958
94
84 165
11 260
31
.954
45
23
60
4
87
5
— 1 0 0 0 0 0

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 4, last 6/29/10 at ATL
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 3, last 8/15/09 at CIN
HITTING STREAK............................ 6 games, 6/5/09 - 6/16/09
MULTI-HR GAMES.......................... None
CAREER GRAND SLAMS................. None
CAREER PINCH HOMERS .............. None

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85

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2008
Posted a 6.66 ERA in 21 starts for PIT and spent more than 6 weeks with Triple-A Indianapolis...struggled, posting
more walks (70) than strikeouts (67)...was 5-2 with a 4.53 ERA in 10 starts at PNC Park, but finished 1-7 with a 9.25
ERA in 11 road starts...in 21 starts overall, allowed team-high 24 runs in the first inning...did not pitch after Sept. 10
due to a ligament sprain in left middle finger...was placed on the 60-Day DL on Sept. 24.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2009
Combined to go 7-3 with a 5.55 ERA in 22 games/7 starts for PIT and CHI...went 4-2 with a 5.63 ERA in 13 games
after being acquired by the Cubs on July 30...worked 7.1 innings of 3-hit, one-run ball to garner the win in Cubs debut,
Aug. 4 at CIN...for the season, posted a .192 batting average against out of the bullpen...5 of 7 wins came on the road.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
In only complete season with the Cubs, went 7-9 with a 4.09 ERA and was touched for just 11 home runs in 136.1
innings...spent majority of campaign as member of CHI’s rotation, but did notch a 1.42 ERA in 6 relief appearances,
all of which came in June...returned to Cubs rotation on June 30 vs. PIT and spun 5.0 scoreless innings en route to nodecision...in 23 starts, allowed 2 or less earned runs 12 times...however, received 2 or fewer runs of offensive support
(while in the game) 15 times in those 23 starting assignments...when starting, CHI went 9-14...somehow went 0-3 with
an impressive 2.45 ERA in April...earned first career save on June 24 at SEA by fanning only batters faced (Michael
Saunders) in the 13th inning of CHI’s 4-3 win...missed much of Sept. after being hit by a Jose Tabata line drive on
Sept. 1 vs. PIT...sustained a incomplete hairline fracture under the nail of left pinky finger.

2010
IN REVIEW

CAREER
The Nationals’ primary off-season addition to the starting rotation...last name is pronounced “gor-zah-LAWN-ee”...has
fanned 8.1 batters per 9.0 innings the last two seasons (2009-10) after averaging 5.9 strikeouts per 9.0 innings his
first 4 big league campaigns...in 20 career games/14 starts against Washington’s NL East foes (Braves, Marlins, Mets,
Phillies), is 7-5 with a 3.52 ERA.

PLAYERS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.125 28 40 1 5 5 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 0 18 0 0 .125 .125 .250 1
.085 113 165 4 14 14 0 0 0 11 20 0 1 6 78 0 0 .122 .085 .207 8

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L
Born
7/12/82 Evergreen Park, IL
L
’11 Opening Day Age
28
6’2”
MLB Service
3.160
210
Acquired from CHC in exchange for OF Michael Burgess, RHP A.J. Morris and
LHP Graham Hicks, January 19, 2011

GORZELANNY CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2003
Williamsport 1
2
1.78 8 8 0 0 0 30.1 23 6 6 1 1 10 22 6.5 1 0
.215
2004
Hickory
7
2 2.23 16 15 1 0 0 93.0 63 30 23 9 2 34 106 10.3 4 0
.194
Lynchburg
3
5 4.85 10 10 0 0 0 55.2 54 31 30 6 4 19 61 9.9 1 0
.255
2005
Altoona
8
5
3.26
23
23 1 1 0 129.2
114 50 47 6 5 46
124 8.6 5 0
.236
Pittsburgh 0
1
12.00 3 1 0 0 0 6.0 10 8 8 1 0 3 3 4.5 0 0
.357
2006
Indianapolis 6
5 2.35 16 16 0 0 0 99.2 67 28 26 4 2 27 94 8.5 3 0
.194
Pittsburgh 2
5 3.79 11 11 0 0 0 61.2 50 29 26 3 4 31 40 5.8 3 0
.226
2007 Pittsburgh 14
10 3.88 32 32 1 1 0 201.2 214 90 87 18 11 68 135 6.0 5 1
.273
2008
Pittsburgh 6
9 6.66 21 21 0 0 0 105.1 120 79 78 20 1 70 67 5.7 5 1
.293
Indianapolis 3
1
2.06 7 7 0 0 0 35.0 28 11 8 1 1 4 33 8.5 1 0
.215
2009
Indianapolis 4
3 2.48 15 15 2 0 0 87.0 73 31 24 3 4 30 85 8.8 3 0
.228

Pittsburgh 3
1
5.19 9 0 0 0 0 8.2 6 5 5 0 0 4 7 7.3 0 0
.194
Chi. Cubs
4
2 5.63 13 7 0 0 0 38.1 39 25 24 6 1 13 40 9.4 1 0
.262
2010
Chi. Cubs
7
9 4.09 29 23 0 0 1 136.1 136 70 62 11 2 68 119 7.9 0 0
.260
MINORS TOTALS
32
23 2.78 95 94 4 1 0 530.1 422 187 164 30 19 170 525 8.9 18 0 .220
MLB TOTALS
36
37 4.68 118 95 1 1 1 558.0 575 306 290 59 19 257 411 6.6 14 2 .268
YEAR
CLUB
2010 Chi. Cubs
MLB TOTALS

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Tom Gorzelanny • LHP

2007
In first complete big league campaign, won a team-best 14 games thanks to a solid 3.88 ERA in 32 starts for the Pirates...
the 14 wins were most notched by a Pirates rookie since Denny Neagle won 14 times in ‘96...the 14 wins ranked 5th
among NL lefthanders and tied for 8th among MLB southpaws...32 starts matched Ian Snell for the team lead...when
starting, PIT went 15-17...was 0-for-36 at the plate to begin career before singling off Dontrelle Willis on May 14 vs.
FLA...participated in All-Star Final Vote, which was claimed by SDP’s Chris Young...notched initial MLB shutout and
complete game on Aug. 12 at SFG...went 2-0 with a 1.13 ERA and shared NL Player of the Week honors with COL’s
Troy Tulowitzki, Aug. 6-12...earned 14th and final win of the season on Sept. 7 vs. CHI.
2006
Named Pirates Minor League Pitcher of the Year...went 6-5 with a 2.35 ERA in 16 starts for Indianapolis of the Triple-A
International League to earn the citation...was an IL mid-season All-Star...was selected to pitch in MLB’s Futures Game
at PNC Park, but did not participate upon earning promotion to Pirates on June 30...while in the IL, fanned 8.5 per 9.0
innings...paced the IL in batting average against (.194)...on July 29 vs. SFG, allowed just 2 runs in 7.0 innings to pocket
initial big league victory...on Aug. 28 (retroactive to Aug. 16), was placed on the 15-Day DL with left elbow tendinitis.
2005
Began season in Extended Spring Training (left elbow discomfort), but by season’s end earned first taste of big leagues
with Pirates...posted 8 wins and a 3.26 ERA in 16 starts for Altoona of the Double-A Eastern League...on July 13 in
Portland, ME, received the starting nod for the Southern Division in the Eastern League All-Star Game...after one TripleA post-season start, made MLB debut on Sept. 20 vs. HOU...took the loss, allowing 5 runs on 7 hits in 4.1 innings.
2004
Pitching for Single-A entries in Hickory (South Atlantic League, 16 games/15 starts) and Lynchburg (Carolina League,
10 starts), went a combined 10-7 with a 3.21 ERA in 26 starting assignments...started the South Atlantic League
All-Star Game for the North Division, June 29 in Charleston, DC...graduated to Altoona for the first time to participate
in the Double-A Eastern League post-season.
2003
Signed with PIT on July 1 and made 8 starts for Williamsport in pro debut...following season, was rated by Baseball
America as the No. 10 prospect in the Rookie-level New York-Penn League.

GORZELANNY

PERSONAL
Thomas Stephen Gorzelanny...after attending the University of Kansas for a year, played collegiately at Triton (IL) College
in River Grove...Hall-of-Fame outfielder Kirby Puckett also played and graduated from Triton...was drafted by CWS in
the 38th round of the 2000 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign.

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AWARDS & HONORS
2007 ������� PIT’s No. 3 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2006 ������� PIT’s Minor League Pitcher of the Year.
2006 ������� Triple-A International League All-Star (mid-season).
2006 ������� MLB Futures Game at PIT (did not participate, MLB promotion).
2006 ������� PIT’s No. 5 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2005 ������� Double-A Eastern League All-Star (mid-season).
2004 ������� Single-A South Atlantic League All-Star (mid-season).
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2003 ������� Selected by PIT in 2nd round of First-Year Player Draft.
2009 ������� Acquired by CHI with LHP John Grabow in exchange for RHP Kevin Hart, RHP
Jose Ascanio and INF Josh Harrison, July 30.
2010 ������� Acquired by Washington in exchange for OF Michael Burgess, RHP A.J. Morris
and LHP Graham Hicks, Jan. 20

SIGNED BY
Mark Germann (Pirates)
CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
.955
.933

G
29
118

PO
5
29

A
16
82

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 9.0 IP, 8/12/07 at SFG
WINNING STREAK........................... 4 games, 7/5/10 - 7/24/10
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 10, 5/2/10 vs. ARI
CAREER 10-K GAMES (1)............... 5/2/10 vs. ARI (10)
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

E
1
8

TC
22
119

DP
6
1

R
Born
5/29/76 Naperville, IL
R
’11 Opening Day Age
34
5’10” MLB Service
10.127
190
Signed as free agent, January 19, 2011

MEDIA

87

NATIONALS
PARK

CAREER
Adds offensive and defensive versatility and clubhouse presence to Washington’s roster...won a World Series ring with the
Yankees in 2009...was the first member of the Hairston family to play in the post-season...has played every defensive
position except pitcher and catcher (sports catching experience gained in college summer ball circuit)...has propensity
to be hit by pitches...enters 2011 having been hit by 132 pitches as a professional, including 74 at the big league
level...in big leagues, has been hit by a pitch once every 55.4 plate appearances.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

WORLD SERIES RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2009
NYY vs. PHI .167 3 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
0 0 0 1 0 0
.167
.167
.333
0

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2009
NYY vs. LAA .500 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.500
.500
1.000
0

2010
IN REVIEW

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2009
NYY vs. MIN — 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 — — —
0

PLAYERS

HAIRSTON JR. CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.330 59 221 44 73 100 13 4 2 36 4 2 10 21 29 13 9 .409 .452 .861
14
.283 80 293 56 83 126 22 3 5 33 1 3 12 28 32 13 7 .366 .430 .796
24
.326 55 221 42 72 105 12 3 5 37 2 1 5 20 25 6 4 .393 .475 .868 5
.000 6 7 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.000
.000
.000
2
.291 107 413 65 120 175 24 5 7 48 4 3 19 30 50 19 10 .363 .424 .787 16
.269 50 175 26 47 73 12 1 4 17 4 0 3 11 24 9 4 .323 .417 .740 0
.294 58 201 43 59 88 15 1 4 21 2 2 5 29 32 6 4 .392 .438 .830
11
.300 4 10 3 3 5 2 0 0 3 0
1 2 3 2 4 0
.500
.500
1.000
0
.375 2 8 1 3 5 2 0 0 1 0
0 0 1 0 0 0
.444
.625
1.069
0
.256 49 180 27 46 66 5 0 5 19 5 0 6 21 22 8 5 .353 .367 .720 5
.233 159 532 63 124 183 25 5 8 47 9 4 13 44 73 29 11 .305 .344 .649 19
.268 122 426 55 114 160 25 3 5 32 8 4 7 34 55 21 6 .329 .376 .705 11
.271 58 218 25 59 81 12 2 2 21 10 2 6 23 25 14 5 .353 .372 .725 5
.300 6 20 4 6 10 1 0 1 2 0
0 2 1 4 0 0
.391
.500
.891
1
.333 2 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 3 0 1 0
.667
.333
1.000
0
.154 5 13 4 2 3 1 0 0 2 0
0 0 3 0 2 0
.313
.231
.544
1
.303 86 287 43 87 114 19 1 2 24 6 4 8 29 29 13 8 .378 .397 .775 2
.261 114 380 51 99 140 25 2 4 30 7 0 12 31 46 8 9 .336 .368 .704 7
.318 5 22 3 7 9 0 1 0 2 0
1 2 0 3 3 0
.360
.409
.769
0
.207 38 82 8 17 20 3 0 0 4 5 0 1 4 14 3 0 .253 .244 .497 0
.205 63 88 17 18 23 3 1 0 6 2 0 1 9 20 2 2 .286 .261 .547 1
.189 73 159 22 30 46 7 0 3 16 7 4 3 11 24 5 1 .249 .289 .538 3
.167 3 12 2 2 6 1 0 1 2 0
0 0 0 3 0 0
.167
.500
.667

.133 4 15 2 2 5 0 0 1 1 0
0 0 2 1 0 0
.235
.333
.568
1
.380 20 79 11 30 54 8 2 4 19 1 1 1 3 9 1 1 .405 .684
1.089 4
.326 80 261 47 85 127 20 2 6 36 8 2 3 23 36 15 3 .384 .487 .871 5
.254 86 307 47 78 122 18 1 8 27 6 3 3 21 46 7 3 .305 .397 .702
10
.237 45 76 15 18 29 5 0 2 12 2 1 3 11 8 0 1 .352 .382 .734 2
.244 119 430 53 105 152 13 2 10 50 4 6 5 31 54 9 6 .299 .353 .652 7
.302 410 1531 282 463 692 101 19 30 207 14 14 58 144 190 68 35 .381 .452 .833 77
.257 1148 3608 501 927 1336 192 20 59 341 83 30 74 303 477 143 64 .325 .370 .695 79

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

YEAR
CLUB
1997
Bluefield
1998
Frederick
Bowie
Baltimore
1999 Rochester
Baltimore
2000
Rochester
GCL Orioles
Frederick

Baltimore
2001 Baltimore
2002 Baltimore
2003 Baltimore
*Bowie
*Aberdeen
2004
*Bowie

Baltimore
2005 Chi. Cubs
*Iowa
2006 Chi. Cubs
Texas
2007
Texas

*Frisco
*Oklahoma
2008
Louisville

Cincinnati
2009
Cincinnati
N.Y. Yankees
2010 San Diego
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS
*—Rehab assignment

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

15

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

Jerry Hairston, Jr. • INF

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

HAIRSTON JR., JERRY

2010
In lone campaign with the Padres, started 105 games, which were most since 2002 with BAL...matched career high with
10 home runs (2009) and 50 RBI were a career best...10 of the 50 RBI gave the Padres a lead...when in Bud Black’s
starting lineup, SDP went 64-41 (.610), including a 33-22 (.600) mark as SDP’s starting shortstop.
2009
Earned World Series ring as member of the Yankees after being acquired from CIN at the trade deadline...in 131 games
for the 2 clubs, combined to hit .251 with 23 doubles, 10 home runs and 39 RBI...again started games at 6 positions...
entered ‘09 post-season having played 1029 regular-season games without joy of October baseball.
2008
Resurrected career, hitting a career-best .326 with 20 doubles and 36 RBI in 80 games for the Reds...endured 3 stints
on the DL, but otherwise made 62 starts...hit leadoff 44 times, with CIN going 25-19 in those contests.
2007
Was limited to 73 games with TEX due to pair of DL stints (pinched nerve in neck, soreness in lower back).
2006
Split the season between CHI and TEX and combined to hit .206 for the 2 clubs...recorded 600th career hit (June 25
at COL) and 600th RBI (Aug. 16 vs. LAA) in 2006...was one of 4 big leaguers to start games at 6 different positions.
2005
Played all over the diamond for the Cubs in first NL campaign...managed CHI’s lone hit, a leadoff infield single in the
first inning, as the Cubs were one-hit by Derek Lowe on Aug. 31 at Wrigley Field.
2004
In final season with Orioles, hit .300 of the first time (.303) in 86 games...posted as many walks (29) as strikeouts
(29)...saw action (47 starts) in the outfield for the first time at the big league level...opened season on the DL with
a displaced fracture of the knuckle n the right pinky finger...after rehab stint, did not play for the O’s until May 11.
2003
Played in just 58 games for BAL, but posted nearly as many walks (23) as strikeouts (25)...entered ‘03 as BAL’s starting
2nd baseman, but broke 5th metatarsal in right foot on May 20 at ANA and missed 3-plus months...at time of injury,
led the Orioles in batting (.287) and stolen bases (14).
2002
Legged out 25 doubles and lead BAL with 21 stolen bases...ranked 10th in AL in stolen base percentage (77.8%)...8
sac bunts tied for 6th in AL...paced O’s in batting (.291), OBP (.355) after the All-Star break...tripled off Joaquin Benoit
in 9th inning to snap TEX’s combined no-hit bid on Sept. 3 in Arlington.
2001
Paced BAL in games (159), at-bats (532), triples (9), sac bunts (9) and stolen bags (career-high 29) in first complete
MLB season...scored career-high 63 runs...went 3-for-4 with 2 doubles on Opening Day, April 2 vs. BOS...Aug. 1 vs.
TBR, hit game-ending homer off Esteban Yan to cap BAL’s 6-5 victory...led AL 2nd baggers in total chances (803).
2000
Member of Orioles’ Opening Day roster, but split campaign between BAL and Triple-A Rochester...endured arthroscopic
surgery on left shoulder, performed by Dr. Walter Lowe on May 19 in Houston, and missed 7 weeks of action...Aug. 11
at KCR, blasted first career first-inning lead-off homer...for 2nd time in as many years, was cited as Best Defensive 2B
in the International League in annual poll of league skippers.
1999
Spent majority of season with Rochester, but enjoyed 2 stints with the Orioles...pocketed first big league hit, a single
off NYY’s Orlando Hernandez, June 27 at Oriole Park...hit first MLB homer on July 1 at TOR off Joey Hamilton...was
named Best Defensive 2B in the International League in a poll of league managers.
1998
Began ‘98 in the Single-A Carolina League and by season’s end had debuted in the big leagues with BAL...on Sept. 11
vs. ANA, made MLB debut (0-for-3, run) playing 2B for the O’s...in first complete season as a pro, combined to hit .302
with 19 stolen bases for Double-A Bowie and Single-A Frederick to earn the aforementioned big league promotion...
following the season, played for the Grand Canyon Rafters in the prestigious Arizona Fall League.

88

HAIRSTON JR., JERRY
COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

1997
Batted .330 in 59 games with Bluefield of the Rookie-level Appalachian League in professional debut.

HAIRSTON JR.

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
.995
47
77 112
1 190
26
1.000 3 1 3 0 4 0
.976
62
87 162
6 255
27
1.000
12
16
0
0
16
0
1.000 1 4 0 0 4 1
.982 589 1136 1648
51 2835 383
.922 65 41 78 10 129 10
.977 144 207 303
12 522
59
.988 313 481
19
6 506
3

PLAYERS

SIGNED BY
Fred Petersen (Orioles)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / 2B
2010 / 3B
2010 / SS
2010 / OF
CAREER / 1B
CAREER / 2B
CAREER / 3B
CAREER / SS
CAREER / OF

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 4, last 7/12/08 at MIL
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 4, last 5/31/10 vs. NYM
HITTING STREAK............................ 10 games, 5/23/08 - 6/2/08
MULTI-HR GAMES (0)..................... None
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (2)............. 7/15/05 vs. PIT off Brian Meadows

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

MANAGER COACHES PLAYERS

Frank Robinson
Don Buford
RHP Winston Abreu

Davey Lopes
INF Tony Batista

Tom McCraw
RHP Daniel Cabrera

RHP Hector Carrasco

INF Bernie Castro

INF Alex Cintron

INF Deivi Cruz

LHP John Halama

OF Jeffrey Hammonds

INF/OF Willie Harris

OF Luis Matos

C Keith Osik

OF Corey Patterson

2010
IN REVIEW

The list may not be as long as one you’d see in New York or Chicago, but entering the 2011 season, one manager, 3 coaches and 13 players have suited up for
both the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles (in the same role):

ADDITIONAL NOTES: Hector Carrasco was the first player to don the jerseys of both the Orioles and Nationals...Dave Huppert played for BAL and coached for
the Nationals...meanwhile, Robinson played for and managed BAL before later managing Washington.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

BOTH BELTWAYS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
1997 ������� Selected by BAL in 11th round of First-Year Player Draft.
2005 ������� Acquired by CHI with INF mike Fontenot and RHP Dave Crouthers in
exchange for OF Sammy Sosa, Feb. 2.
2006 ������� Acquired by TEX in exchange for INF Phil Nevin, May 31.
2008 ������� Signed with CIN as a minor-league free agent, March 3.
2009 ������� Acquired by NYY in exchange for C Chase Weems, July 31.
2010 ������� Signed with SDP as a free agent, Jan. 18.
2011 ������� Signed with Washington as a free agent, Jan. 19.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

PERSONAL
Jerry Wayne Hairston Jr...played collegiately at Southern Illinois in 1996 and ‘97 and batted .360 (155-for-431) en
route to a .566 slugging percentage...was the 1996 Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year...is a member of
the Salukis Baseball Hall-of-Fame...is a ‘95 graduate of Naperville (IL) North High...as a prep, was a 2-time All-State
selection on the diamond and an All-Area performer on the hardwood...part of the 3-generation Hairston family...the
Hairstons join the Boones and Bells as MLB’s only 3-generation families...big league lineage includes grandfather (Sam,
1951), father (Jerry Sr., 1973-89), uncle (John, 1969) and brother (Scott, 2004-present)...played with younger brother,
Scott, for the first time with the Padres in ‘10...grandfather, Sam, played in the Negro Leagues for the Birmingham Black
Barons and Indianapolis Clowns before later becoming the first African-American to play for the White Sox.

NATIONALS
PARK

MEDIA
89

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS
FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

YEAR
CLUB
2010

L
Born
10/16/92 Las Vegas, NV
R
’11 Opening Day Age
18
6’3”
MLB Service
0.000
225
Selected in first round (first overall) of 2010 First-Year Player Draft

HARPER CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
DID NOT PLAY / Signed Late

CAREER
Left-handed hitting, right-handed throwing standout sports extensive baseball experiences gained in college, high school
and baseball’s amateur circuit...premium power hitter with strong baseball instincts...thanks largely to enormous power
potential, was considered by many as one of the finest offensive draft-eligible prospects the last 25 years...spent large
portions of prep and college career as a catcher, but will likely play the outfield as a professional according to Nationals
Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Mike Rizzo...2010 Golden Spikes Award winner.
2010
Professional: Signed late, but participated in the Florida Instructional League and the Arizona Fall League...in the
Instructional League, led the Nationals in home runs (4), RBI (12) and OPS (1.110)...went 15-for-47 (.319) in first
exposure to pro ball...graduated from there to the Arizona Fall League...was the 2nd-youngest player in AFL history (NYM’s
Fernando Martinez was slightly younger)...as a member of the Scottsdale Scorpions taxi squad, hit .343 (12-for-35)
with 3 doubles, 2 triples, a homer and 7 RBI in 9 AFL contests...went 1-for-4 with a double and 2 RBI in professional
debut, Oct. 20 vs. Mesa...hit first professional homer, a 2nd-inning solo shot, off SDP’s prospect Erik Davis on Oct. 30
at Scottsdale Stadium...helped Scottsdale claim the AFL championship.
Amateur: At age of 17 (should have been a high school junior), hit .443 (101-for-228) with 23 doubles, 4 triples, 31
homers, 98 RBI, 39 walks and 20 stolen bases in 66 games for College of Southern Nevada in the Scenic West Athletic
Conference, which uses wood-bats...despite being the youngest player in the SWAC, posted .526 and .987 on-base and
slugging percentages, respectively, en route to a stellar 1.513 OPS...led team and conference in virtually every primary
offensive category...was named 2010 SWAC Player of the Year and also earned First-Team SWAC All-Conference status...
the aforementioned 31 home runs in 2010 set a College of Southern Nevada single-season mark, easily besting the
former record of 12, which was set during CSN’s era using aluminum bats.
COLLEGE / AMATEUR
Las Vegas High: In 2009, batted .626 with 14 home runs, 55 RBI and 36 stolen bases in 39 games for Las Vegas High
School and became the first high school sophomore ever named a Pre-Season First-Team All-American by Baseball
America...the season prior, in ‘08, hit .590 with 11 home runs and 67 RBI in just 38 games as a high school freshman.
Olympics/Amateur: Was a member of USA Baseball’s 2009 Under 18 Team (.294, 4 doubles, 2 home runs, 12 RBI,
8 games) that went a perfect 8-0 to claim the COPABE Pan Am AAA Championships in Barquisimeto, Venezuela...in
the same tournament, pitched in 11th inning in Team USA’s 3-1 win over Cuba...also played in the ‘09 AFLAC AllAmerican Game (‘09 Jackie Robinson Award presented by AFLAC), the Area Code Games (‘08 All Area Code Team) and
International High School Power Showcase Home Run Derby (‘09 Ryan Howard Award).
PERSONAL
Bryce Harper...earned a GED in just 2 years from Las Vegas (NV) High School...brother, Bryan, is a left-handed pitcher
entering initial season at the University of South Carolina...Bryan was drafted by the Nationals in the 31st round of the
2008 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign.

HARPER

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

PLAYERS
2010
IN REVIEW
HISTORY AND
RECORDS
SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.
NATIONALS
PARK

MEDIA

34

Bryce Harper • OF

90

AWARDS & HONORS
2010 ������� Nationals No. 1 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2010 ������� Golden Spikes Award.
2010 ������� Scenic West Athletic Conference Player of the Year.
2009 ������� Baseball America National High School Player of the Year.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2010 ������� Selected by WAS in first round (first overall) of First-Year Player Draft.

SIGNED BY
Mitch Sokol (Nationals)

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
2/20/75 Havana, Cuba
R
’11 Opening Day Age
36
6’2”
MLB Service
13.097
245
Signed as minor-league free agent, August 26, 2009

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
YEAR CLUB, OPP. W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H
1997
FLA vs. ATL 2
0 0.84 2 1 1 0 0 0 10.2 5
2002
SFG vs. STL 0
0 2.84 1 1 0 0 0 0 6.1 9
2007
ARI vs. COL 0
1 6.35 1 1 0 0 0 0 5.2 8
TOTALS
2
1 2.78 4 3 1 0 0 0 22.2 22

R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
1 1 1 0 2 16 0 0
.143
2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0
.360
4 4 0 0 2 2 0 0
.320
7 7 1 1 5 18 0 0
.259

WORLD SERIES RECORD
YEAR CLUB, OPP. W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
1997
FLA vs. CLE 2
0 5.27 2 2 0 0 0 0 13.2 15 9 8 3 0 10 7 1 0
.283
2002
SFG vs. ANA 0
2
14.29 2 2 0 0 0 0 5.2 9 10 9 0 1 9 4 0 0
.360
TOTALS
2
2 7.91 4 4 0 0 0 0 19.1 24 19 17 3 1 19 11 1 0
.308

91

MEDIA

ALL-STAR GAME RECORD
YEAR CLUB, OPP. W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
2004 NL at HOU DID NOT PITCH
2005
NL at DET 0
0
18.00 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 2 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0
.500
TOTALS
0
0
18.00 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 2 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0
.500

NATIONALS
PARK

R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
1 1 0 0 0 3 0 0
.200
1 1 0 0 5 5 0 0
.185
3 3 0 1 2 6 0 0
.250
1 1 0 0 5 2 0 0
.230
6 6 0 1 12 16 0 0
.221

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
YEAR CLUB, OPP. W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H
1997
FLA vs. SFG 0
0 2.25 1 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 3
2000
SFG vs. NYM 1
0 1.17 1 1 0 0 0 0 7.2 5
2002
SFG vs. ATL 1
0 3.24 1 1 0 0 0 0 8.1 8
2007
ARI vs. CHI 1
0 1.50 1 1 0 0 0 0 6.0 5
TOTALS
3
0 2.08 4 3 0 0 0 0 26 21

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.148 33 61 2 9 13 1 0 1 3 9 0 0 1 13 0 0 .161 .213 .374 0
.222 419 923 61 205 276 37 2 10 78 108 3 4 9 127 0 0 .232 .299 .531 14

2010
IN REVIEW

YEAR
CLUB
2009 Washington
MLB TOTALS

PLAYERS

HERNANDEZ CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
1996
Portland
9
2 4.34 15 15 0 0 0 93.1 81 48 45 14 3 34 95 9.2 3 1
.238
Charlotte
2
4 5.14 10 10 0 0 0 49.0 61 32 28 3 1 34 45 8.3 2 4
.308
Florida
0
0
0.00 1 0 0 0 0 3.0 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 6.0 0 0
.273
1997
Charlotte
5
3 3.98 14 14 0 0 0 81.1 76 39 36 5 3 38 58 6.4 1 1
.247
Portland
0
0
2.25 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 2 1 1 0 1 7 2 4.5 0 0
.154
Florida
9
3 3.18 17 17 0 0 0 96.1 81 39 34 5 3 38 72 6.7 0 0
.229
1998 Florida
10
12 4.72 33 33 9 0 0 234.1 265 133 123 37 6 104 162 6.2 4 3 .289
1999
Florida
5
9 4.76 20 20 2 0 0 136.0 161 78 72 17 2 55 97 6.4 2 1
.293
San Francisco 3
3 4.38 10 10 0 0 0 63.2 66 32 31 6 0 21 47 6.6 0 1
.267
2000 San Francisco 17
11 3.75 33 33 5 2 0 240.0 254 114 100 22 4 73 165 6.2 3 0 .273
2001 San Francisco 13
15 5.24 34 34 2 0 0 226.2 266 143 132 24 3 85 138 5.5 7 0 .297
2002 San Francisco 12
16 4.38 33 33 5 3 0 216.0 233 113 105 19 4 71 134 5.6 1 1 .283
2003
Washington 15
10 3.20 33 33 8 0 0 233.1 225 92 83 27 10 57 178 6.9 6 1
.253
2004 Washington 11
15 3.60 35 35 9 2 0 255.0 234 105 102 26 10 83 186 6.6 1 0 .248
2005 Washington 15
10 3.98 35 35 2 0 0 246.1 268 116 109 25 13 84 147 5.4 3 2 .284
2006
Washington 9
8 5.34 24 24 0 0 0 146.2 176 94 87 22 2 52 89 5.5 0 0
.298
Arizona
4
5 3.76 10 10 0 0 0 69.1 70 31 29 7 2 26 39 5.1 1 0
.266
2007
Arizona
11
11 4.93 33 33 1 0 0 204.1 247 116 112 34 6 79 90 4.0 3 2
.308
2008
Minnesota 10
8 5.48 23 23 2 0 0 139.2 199 93 85 18 1 29 54 3.5 2 1
.341
Colorado
3
3 8.03 8 8 0 0 0 40.1 58 36 36 7 1 14 13 2.9 1 0
.345
2009
N.Y. Mets
7
8 5.47 23 23 1 0 0 135.0 164 83 82 16 1 51 75 5.0 1 0
.312
Washington 2
4 5.36 8 8 1 0 0 48.2 56 29 29 3 0 16 27 5.0 0 0
.295
2010
Washington 10
12 3.66 33 33 2 1 0 211.2 216 93 86 16 4 64 114 4.8 1 1
.270
MINORS TOTALS
16 9 4.35 40 40 0 0 0 227.2 220 120 110 22 8 113 200 7.9 6 6 .256
MLB TOTALS
166
163 4.39 446 445 49 8
0 2946.1 3242 1540 1437 331 72 1004 1829 5.6 36 13 .284

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

61

Livan Hernandez • RHP

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
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CAREER
Washington’s first NL All-Star participant is in 2nd tour with the Nationals...is a 2-time All-Star (2004, ‘05)...owns
distinction of throwing both the first pitch in the history of the Nationals (April 4, 2005 at PHI) and the first pitch in
Washington, DC (April 14, 2005 vs. ARI) after 33 summers without big league baseball....with the Washington Nationals
(2005-10), is 36-34 with a 4.28 ERA in 100 starts, including a 24-18, 4.49 mark in 59 starts with Washington from
2005-06...including days with the Expos, is 62-59 with a 3.91 ERA in 168 starts for the Nationals/Expos franchise
from 2003-10...has more wins (36) and has thrown more innings (653.1) than any Nationals pitcher (2005-present)...
entered ‘10 ranked among active MLB pitchers with 244 quality starts (2nd), 445 games started (2nd), 2964.1 innings
(3rd), 166 wins (4th), and 1829 strikeouts (6th)...49 career complete games rank 2nd among active pitchers...only
Roy Halladay (58) has more...has reached the 30-start plateau 13 straight seasons, the longest such streak in MLB...
has surpassed the 200-inning plateau 10 times in 13 years...just 4 Cuban-born pitchers have posted more MLB wins:
Luis Tiant (229), Dolf Luque (194), Mike Cuellan (185), Camilo Pascual (174)...when named to NL All-Star Team in
‘04, became first Cuban-born All-Star pitcher since TBR’s Rolando Arroyo in ‘98...in 7 career Opening Day starts (5 on
the road), is 3-3 with a 4.98 ERA (24 ER/43.1 IP)...while pitching for FLA in 1997 post-season, was named MVP of
both the NLCS (vs. ATL) and World Series (vs. CLE)...at the plate, 204 hits, 37 doubles and 49 extra-base hits are most
among active pitchers...since advent of designated hitter in 1973, ranks 2nd in hits (204) as a pitcher behind only Greg
Maddux (271) and Tom Glavine (244)...won the 2004 NL Silver Slugger Award for pitchers.
2010
After resigning with the Nationals as a minor-league free agent on Feb. 24, won 10 games, posted a 3.66 ERA and
made 33 starts in finest campaign since 2005...with 32 and 205.0, notched 10th career 30-start, 200-inning season...
among active pitchers, only Andy Pettitte (10) and Mark Buehrle (10) have as many as ten 30-start, 200-inning seasons...33 games started tied for 6th in NL...26 starts lasting 6.0 or more innings tied for 10th in the NL...was stingy
with the long ball, allowing only 16 home runs, or 0.68 long balls per 9.0 innings...BABIP (.298) was under .300 for
the first time since 2004...walk rate of 2.7 per 9.0 innings pitched was 18 percent lower than 3.3 mark posted in
2009...registered a stellar 2.16 ERA in 13 starts against rugged NL East competition...tallied team-best 22 quality
starts to tie for 13th among NL starting pitchers...before 2010, Esteban Loaiza (24, ‘05), John Lannan (21, ‘08) and
Hernandez himself (21, ‘05) were the only Nationals to post 20 or more quality starts in a single season...started (7
quality starts in first 8 assignments) and closed strong (4 quality starts in last 5 assignments)...with 11 quality starts in
15 road assignments, tied for 4th in MLB in quality start percentage on the road (73.3%)...0.87 ERA in April ranked
3rd in MLB...worked at least 6.0 innings 26 times...in 2010 debut on April 11 at NYM, scattered 5 hits and 3 walks
in 7.0 scoreless innings as Washington claimed first series win at Citi Field via 5-2 rubber-game victory...scattered 4
hits and 2 walks en route to 8th career shutout, 48th career complete game in 8-0 victory, April 17 vs. MIL...started
100th game with the Nationals on Oct. 3 at NYM
2009
Pitching for both Washington (August 25-season’s end) and NYM, combined to go 9-12 with a 5.44 ERA in 33 starts...
went 2-4 with a 5.36 ERA in 8 starts for the Nationals, 7-8 with a 5.47 ERA in 23 assignments with the Mets...failed
to post a double-digit win total for the first time since winning 8 games in ‘99...posted 18 quality starts in 31 assignments (58%), including 6 in 8 starts with Washington...went 7-5 with a 4.77 ERA in first 20 starts (12 quality starts)
with NYM, but struggled in final 3 assignments with the Mets (0-3, 11.30 ERA) to prompt Aug. 20 release...eclipsed
the 30-start plateau for the 11th straight year...finished 7-3 with a 3.82 ERA in 12 starts against NL East competition...
came away with a no-decision in August 26 return to the Nationals, a 9-4 setback at CHI...pitched very well, allowing
2 runs on 5 hits in 6.0 innings...walked 2, struck out 5.
2008
Split campaign between MIN and COL, going a combined 13-11 with a 6.05 ERA...benefitted from run support of 6.55
runs per game, the 2nd-highest average in the MLB...won 10 games and tallied 11 quality starts in 23 outings with
MIN, before he was designated then claimed off waivers by COL on Aug. 6.
2007
Pitched entire season with ARI, earning 11 wins and posting 19 quality starts in 33 starting assignments...also ranked
among NL’s top 15 in starts (tied for 13th) and quality starts (tied for 14th)...went 1-1 with a 3.86 ERA in a pair of
post-season starts for the D-Backs...on Oct. 6 at Wrigley Field, in Game 3 of the NLDS, worked 6.0 innings of one-run
ball to earn the win as ARI capped a 3-game sweep of the Cubs.
2006
Went combined 13-13 with 4.83 ERA in 34 starts between Nationals and ARI…ranked among NL leaders with 13 wins
(tied for 16th), 34 games started (tied for 6th), 216.0 innings pitched (11th) and 19 quality starts (tied for 15th)...
led NL and finished 2nd in big leagues with 305 fly balls induced...began season with Nationals and went 9-8 in 24
starts...won 4 straight starts from May 21-June 5, compiling a 3.33 ERA (10 ER/27.0 IP) over that period...was claimed
off waivers by ARI on Aug. 7 and posted 4-5 record and 3.76 ERA in 10 starts with ARI.

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2001
Went 13-15 with a 5.24 ERA...made 2nd consecutive Opening Day start with SFG, 3rd career, April 2 vs. SDP...15
losses were most by a SF pitcher since Bud Black lost 16 in ‘91...ranked 7th in the NL with team-best 226.2 innings...
earned 50th career win via 17th career CG, June 22 at STL...led NL pitchers with career-high 24 hits.

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2002
SFG’s ‘02 Opening Day starter, ranked among NL leaders for CG (tied for 3rd), SHO (3rd) and innings (10th)...tied for
NL lead with 29 GIDPs induced...led the Giants staff in starts, innings, complete games and shutouts (3)...became the
first Giant to lead the club in innings pitched 3 straight seasons since Gaylord Perry (‘69-71)...was also the first SFG
pitcher to post 3 straight 200-inning seasons since Vida Blue and Bob Knepper (1978-80)...Postseason: 1-2 with 6.20
ERA in 4 post-season starts...facing elimination, earned 6th career playoff win in Game 4 of the NLDS, outpitching
ATL’s Tom Glavine...8.1-inning effort was the longest post-season start by a SFG pitcher since Mike Krukow’s 9-inning
complete-game in Game 4 of 1987 NLCS against STL...took the loss in Games 4 and 7 of World Series against ANA.

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2003
Turned in self-described finest season of career, going 15-10 with a 3.20 ERA in 33 starts...15 wins represented the
2nd highest total of his career...won a career-best 17 games in 2000 with SF...acquired late in Spring Training (March
24) from the Giants in a 4-player deal that also brought INF Edwards Guzman to the Expos...won at least 10 games for
the 4th straight season...when starting, Montreal went 19-14...struck out a (then) career-high 178 or 6.9 batters per
9 innings pitched...led the Expos in wins (15), innings (233.1), complete games (8) and ERA among starting pitchers
making at least 20 starts (3.20)...led the NL with 8 complete games...pocketed 6 complete games during a 10-start
span from July 7-August 25...8 complete games trumped the total of 20 big league teams...led the NL and ranked
4th in MLB by tossing 233.1 innings...3.20 ERA ranked 9th in the NL...tied for 9th in MLB—4th in the NL—with 22
quality starts...also ranked among NL leaders in strikeouts (7th with 178) and home ERA (10th at 3.04)...was 6-6 with
a 4.19 ERA through the end of June, but went 9-4 with a 2.42 ERA during the season’s final 3 months...worked with
pitching coach Randy St. Claire to tweak his arm angle after getting a tip from TOR manager Carlos Tosca, who twice
managed Livan in the Marlins’ minor league system, following his June 27 start at Skydome...was named National
League Pitcher of the Month for July (4-1 with a 1.80 ERA)...earned Expos Player of the Month citation for the same
month...was named National League Co-Player of the Week for the period of July 7-13 (2-0 with a 1.00 ERA in 2
complete-game efforts)...reached the 10-win plateau faster than any Expo since Pedro Martinez (June 30 at TOR) and
Jeff Juden (July 1 at TOR) in ‘97.

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2004
Posted numbers remarkably similar to last season, but win total fell from 15 to 11 thanks largely to drastic decline in
run support (5.40 in 2003, 3.95 in 2004)...run support was lowest of big league career...thus, losses rose from 10 to
15...Expos went 13-22 when receiving the starting nod...in twist of fate—and 22-game “home” slate in Puerto Rico,
made only 12 of 35 starts in Montreal...yet the Expos’ Opening Day starter led the staff in almost every category...more
importantly, became the staff leader...led MLB with 255.0 innings pitched (Randy Johnson 2nd with 245.2) and complete
games (9)...255.0 innings ranked 9th on Expos’ single-season list...won the NL Silver Slugger Award for pitchers...hit
.247 with 7 doubles, one homer and 10 RBI to earn the citation...ranked among MLB leaders in innings (first), starts
(tied for first) and shutouts (tied for 3rd with 2)...ranked among NL leaders in innings (first), complete games, starts
(tied for first), strikeouts (9th with 186) and GIDPs induced (tied for 8th with 22)...went at least 8.0 innings in 10 of
his final 15 starts...exited the game in line for the win 6 times (10/2 at NYM, 9/5 vs. ATL, 8/15 vs. HOU, 6/6 at CIN,
5/21 vs. SF, 5/11 at MIL) only to have ‘pen squander leads...fanned Jeff Connine, April 6 at FLA, to record 1,000th
career K...Steve Rodgers, Dennis Martinez and Javier Vazquez only others to record 1,000th K as an Expo...made his
5th Opening Day start, April 6 at FLA, against his initial club.

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2005
Again served well as staff ace, going 15-10 with a 3.98 ERA in 35 starts despite battling inflammation in right knee
for bulk of season...nevertheless, for 2nd consecutive season, paced MLB in innings with 246.1 (eclipsed the 200-inning plateau for the 7th time in 8 seasons, missed in 2001 with “only” 199.2 innings)...led the NL in innings for 3rd
consecutive seasons...thus, is the first pitcher to lead the NL in innings 3 straight seasons since Greg Maddux from
1991-94...led the Nationals in wins, starts and innings (246.1)...ranked among NL pitching leaders in wins (tied for
9th), starts (tied for first), innings (first)...had successful surgery on right knee performed on October 5 by Dr. John
Uribe in Miami...the procedure repaired the lateral meniscus...received the honor or the starting nod in the Washington
Nationals’ first game, April 4 at PHI...lasted just 4.2 innings and took the loss...earned 100th career win, May 9 at ARI
(Washington won, 4-3)...won career-high 11 consecutive decisions, April 24-July 1, including 6 in as many assignments,
April 24-May 19...matched a modern-day record by hitting 4 batters, July 20 vs. COL...went 12-3 with a 3.48 ERA
in the first half to earn 2nd trip to All-Star Game...the last Expo All-Star in ‘04, became the first National to appear in
the Mid-Summer Classic...pitching in first All-Star Game (‘04 NL All-Star, but did not play), allowed 2 runs on 2 hits
and a walk, but picked Ichiro Suzuki off first base to end 7th inning...when getting the starting nod, Washington went
20-15...needed 150 pitches (81 strikes) to go 9.0 innings on June 3 vs. FLA...the 150 pitches were not a career high,
but they were the most thrown by a big league pitcher since CIN’s Ron Villone threw 150 on Sept. 29, 2000 at STL.

2000
Set career high with 17 wins...ranked among NL leaders in wins (tied for 6th), innings (5th with 240.0), complete games
(tied for 5th with 5) and shutouts (tied for 3rd with 2)...went 10-4 with 3.19 ERA in 15 post- All-Star Game starts...
worked at least 6.0 innings 30 times in 33 efforts (91%)...posted first 2 career SHO in back-to-back starts, Aug. 18 vs.
ATL and Aug. 23 vs. FLA...ran his post-season career record to 5-0 by defeating NYM Game 1 of NLDS.
1999
Was acquired by SF from FLA in mid-season trade...reached 30-start plateau for 2nd time...tossed 2 complete games,
April 23 vs. ATL and May 21 vs. PIT...made SFG debut, July 28 vs. STL...earned first win as Giant on August 3 at ARI...
allowed one unearned run in 7.0 innings in SFG’s 3-1 triumph.
1998
Established FLA club record with 9 complete games, matching Greg Maddux for 2nd in the NL...only PHI’s Curt Schilling
(15) had more...ranked 5th in NL with 234.1 innings...led club with 162 K and 33 starts...made first Opening Day start
March 31 vs. CHI...pocketed the win in FLA’s 11-6 triumph...tossed first career regular-season complete game, May 11
at HOU...fired club record-setting 7th complete game, Aug. 10 at SDP...at the plate, established FLA record with 16 hits.
1997
Played vital role on Marlins’ World Championship club...was named MVP of both NLCS and World Series...posted 9-3
record with 3.18 ERA in 17 starts for the Fish...finished 2nd to PHI’s Scott Rolen in NL Rookie of the Year voting...named
to Baseball Digest’s Rookie All-Star Team...established FLA record by beginning the season with 9 consecutive victories
(June 28 - August 31)...became only the 2nd NL pitcher and 4th in MLB history to begin a career with 9 consecutive
wins as starter...Kirk Rueter also did it with Montreal in 1993-94 (10-0), as did “Hooks” Wiltse (12-0, 1904) and Whitey
Ford (9-0, 1950)...made his first big league start of ‘97, June 15 vs. NYY (Game 2)...did not get a decision...earned
first big league victory, June 28 vs. Montreal...Postseason: posted 2-0 record in World Series vs. CLE...won Games 1
and 5, opposing former Giant Orel Hershiser in both contests...at age 22, became youngest player ever to win World
Series opener...went 2-0 in NLCS vs. ATL...tossed complete game in Game 5 and posted NLCS-record 15 strikeouts...
was not scheduled to start in series, but became emergency starter after season-ending injury to Alex Fernandez and
Kevin Brown’s illness...worked in one game of NLDS vs. SF, tossing 4.0 innings in relief of Al Leiter in Game 2.
1996
Made his big league debut, Sept. 24 vs. ATL...tossed 3.0 scoreless innings in relief...had never pitched in relief...was
recalled Sept. 12 at the completion of the Eastern League playoffs...singled in first major league at-bat off Joe Borowski...
started the season at Charlotte...in ‘95, played for Escongido in Dominican Winter League.
PERSONAL
Eisler Livan Hernandez...is half-brother of former big league righthander Orlando Hernandez, who went 90-65 with a
4.13 ERA in 9 seasons with NYY, CWS, ARI and NYM...home World Series jersey was added to National Baseball Hall
of Fame’s World Series highlights exhibit in 1997...served as Grand Marshal of 1997 Orange Bowl Parade.

AWARDS & HONORS
2005 ������� NL All-Star at DET.
2004 ������� NL All-Star at HOU.
2004 ������� Louisville Slugger NL Silver Slugger recipient (P).
1997 ������� MVP of World Series vs. CLE.
1997 ������� MVP of NLCS vs. ATL.

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
1996 ������� Signed with FLA as a non-drafted free agent, February 7.
1999 ������� Acquired by SFG in exchange for RHP Jason Grilli and RHP Nate Bump, July 24.
2003 ������� Acquired by MON along with 3B Edwards Guzman and LHP Matt Blanks in exchange
for RHP Jim Brower, March 24.
2006 ������� Acquired by ARI in exchange for RHP Garret Mock and LHP Matt Chico, August 7.
2007 ������� Signed with MIN as a free agent, October 29.
2008 ������� Claimed off waivers by COL, August 6.
2009 ������� Signed with NYM as a minor-league free agent, February 14.

Signed with WAS as a minor-league free agent, August 26.

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CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
1.000
.982

G
33
446

PO
6
197

A
39
557

E
0
14

TC
45
768

DP
3
57

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 9.0 IP, last 5/26/09 vs. WAS
WINNING STREAK........................... 11 games, 4/24/05 - 7/1/05
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 11, 7/8/01 vs. MIL
CAREER 10-K GAMES (3)............... August 18, 2000 vs. ATL

July 8, 2001 vs. MIL (11)

July 7, 2003 vs.PHI
HOME RUNS HIT (10)..................... April 23, 1999 vs. ATL off Tom Glavine

July 9, 1999 vs. TBR off Ryan Rupe

June 28, 2000 at COL off Julian Tavarez

August 11, 2001 at CHC off Will Ohman

August 26, 2004 vs. LAD off Jeff Weaver

April 29, 2005 vs. NYM off Jae Seo

August 10, 2005 at HOU off Wandy Rodriguez

April 19, 2006 at PHI off Gavin Floyd

July 4, 2007 at STL off Brad Thompson

Sept. 14, 2010 vs. ATL off Jair Jurrjens

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R
Born
8/1/85 Great Meadows, NJ
R
’11 Opening Day Age
25
6’3”
MLB Service
0.000
225
Selected in 12th round of 2006 First-Year Player Draft

CAREER
Big, physical, hard-throwing righthander...has fanned 9.6 batters per 9.0 innings as a pro, including a gaudy 11.0
batters per 9.0 innings in 2 seasons since converting exclusively to relief in 2009.

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2009
After making 45 starts during first 3 seasons as a pro, pitched exclusively in relief during ’09 campaign…spent entire
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2010
Enjoyed finest campaign as a pro, yet, going a combined 8-1 with 18 saves and a 2.17 ERA in 57 appearances with
Harrisburg of the Double-A Eastern League and Potomac of the Single-A Carolina League...posted 101 strikeouts in
78.2 innings of work, an average of 11.6 strikeouts per 9.0 innings...selected as a Nationals’ affiliate Pitcher of the
Month an organizational-best 3 times (Potomac – April, Harrisburg – June & August)...in first career action at Double-A
level, posted a team-best 12 saves for Harrisburg...following season, posted an impressive 0.75 ERA and struck out 15
in 12.0 innings in the Arizona Fall League...pitching for Scottsdale in front of a national-TV audience, protected a 3-2
lead and earned the save in the AFL Championship Game on Nov. 20 vs. Peoria Javelinas.

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KIMBALL CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2006
Vermont Lake 1
4 5.82 16 5 0 0 0 34.0 43 26 22 3 3 24 28 7.4 6 0
.307
2007
Vermont Lake 3
6 4.20 14 13 0 0 1 64.1 52 35 30 4 4 40 72 10.1 13 0
.223
2008
Hagerstown 6
8 5.05 28 27 1 1 0 128.1 103 75 72 5 17 83 122 8.6 16 1
.226
2009
Potomac
4
5 6.36 39 0 0 0 9 46.2 49 37 33 4 2 28 52 10.0 11 1
.269
2010
Potomac
3
0
1.82
19 0 0 0 6 24.2 17 5 5 0 2 8 27 9.9 1 0
.210
Harrisburg 5
1 2.33 38 0 0 0 12 54.0 33 21 14 4 5 31 74 12.3 13 3
.171
MINOR TOTALS
22
24 4.50 154 45 1 1 28 352.0 297 199 176 20 33 214 375 9.6 60 5 .231

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Cole Kimball • RHP

2008
Ranked 4th among Washington minor league pitchers with 122 strikeouts.

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2007
Pitched in 14 games/13 starts with Vermont of the short-season Single-A New York-Penn League…for first time, flashed
power arm via 74 strikeouts in 64.1 innings.
2006
Allowed only 3 home runs in 34.0 innings spanning 16 appearances/5 starts with Vermont in first action as a pro.

KIMBALL

SIGNED BY
Alex Smith (Nationals)

MEDIA

AWARDS & HONORS
2011 ������� Nationals’ No. 7 prospect as rated by Baseball America.

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PERSONAL
Cole A. Kimball...is a Centenary (NJ) College alum...in 2 years at Centenary, he went 11-9 with a 3.70 ERA, striking out
139 in 136.1 innings...ranks 3rd in Centenary history in strikeouts and 4th in ERA...while there, helped at Cyclones
reach the Division III Final 4 in 2006...is a graduate of Hackettstown (NJ) High.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2006 ������� Selected by WAS in 12th round of First-Year Player Draft.

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John Lannan • LHP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

31

L
Born
9/27/84 Manhasset, NY
L
’11 Opening Day Age
26
6’4”
MLB Service
3.011
215
Selected in 11th round of 2005 First-Year Player Draft

YEAR
CLUB
2005
Vermont
2006
Savannah
2007
Potomac
Harrisburg
Columbus

Washington
2008
Washington
2009
Washington
2010
Washington
Harrisburg
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MLB TOTALS

LANNAN CAREER RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
3
5 5.26 14 11 0 0 0 63.1 74 46 37 5 4 31 41 5.8 5 3
.287
6
8 4.76 27 25 1 1 0 138.0 149 83 73 11 6 54 114 7.4 4 0
.275
6
0 2.13 8 8 0 0 0 50.2 31 13 12 3 0 15 35 6.2 1 0
.179
3
2 3.25 6 5 0 0 0 36.0 31 14 13 2 1 15 20 5.0 0 0
.233
3
1
1.66 7 6 0 0 0 38.0 30 8 7 1 2 12 19 4.5 1 0
.213
2
2 4.15 6 6 0 0 0 34.2 36 17 16 3 2 17 10 2.6 1 0
.273
9
15 3.91 31 31 0 0 0 182.0 172 89 79 23 7 72 117 5.8 6 2
.252
9
13 3.88 33 33 2 1 0 206.1 210 100 89 22 6 68 89 3.9 3 0
.266
8
8 4.65 25 25 0 0 0 143.1 175 82 74 14 4 49 71 4.5 1 0
.302
1
4 4.20 7 7 0 0 0 40.2 49 25 19 3 4 10 28 6.2 0 0
.306
22
20 3.95 69 62 1 1 0 366.2 364 189 161 25 17 137 257 6.3 11 3 .259
28
38 4.10 95 95 2 1 0 566.1 593 288 258 62 19 206 287 4.6 11 2 .272

YEAR
CLUB
2010 Washington
MLB TOTALS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.091 25 44 1 4 6 2 0 0 4 2 0 0 4 22 0 0 .167 .136 .303 0
.100 95 160 3 16 20 4 0 0 5 13 0 0 10 72 0 0 .153 .125 .278 2

CAREER
The first of the Nationals’ pipeline of young pitchers to reach DC...has recorded a quality start in 56 of 95 career assignments (57%)...52 quality starts the last 3 seasons (2008-10) are tied for 19th among NL hurlers...in 2007, was
named the Nationals’ Minor League Pitcher of the Year after beginning the campaign in Single-A and 3 stops later,
made 6 starts for the Nationals in big league debut...became the 2nd member of the Nationals’ initial 2005 draft to
reach the big leagues (3B Ryan Zimmerman was the first)...is 11-19 with a 4.49 ERA (110 ER/220.1 IP) in 38 career
starts against NL East rivals, 17-19 with a 3.46 ERA (148 ER/245.0 IP) in 57 starts outside the division...is 0-8 with
a 6.09 ERA (39 ER/57.2 IP) in 11 career starts against the Phillies.
2010
For 2nd straight season, was Washington’s Opening Day starter...endured a classic tale of two seasons, going 2-5 with a
5.76 ERA in 14 starts prior to a stint in the minor leagues and 6-3 with a 3.42 ERA in 11 starts upon returning to DC...
when starting, the Nationals went 14-11...recorded more walks than strikeouts prior to the All-Star break (35 BB, 24
SO), but not after (14 BB, 47 SO)...paced the Nationals in the 2nd half in wins (8) and ERA (3.42)...fanned just 2.9
batters before the demotion, but bounced back during 2nd stint with the Nationals, fanning 6.2 per 9.0...ranked 3rd
among Nationals, 2nd among starting pitchers with 8 wins...closed 2010 by notching the win in final 4 road starts (Aug.
6-present)...25 starts ranked 2nd among Nationals (Livan Hernandez, 33)...became Nationals Park’s first double-digit
winner, earning the win, Aug. 13. vs. ARI...was optioned to Double-A Harrisburg on June 21 to work with pitching coach
Randy Tomlin...including 40.2 innings spanning 7 starts with Harrisburg, pitched 184.0 innings in 2010.
2009
Washington’s Opening Day starter...matched career high with 9 wins and posted a 3.88 ERA in career-best 33 starts in
sophomore campaign...career-high 206.1 innings rank 3rd in Nationals (2005-present) history...was one of only 14 NL
pitchers to start 30 or more games, tally 200 or more innings and record a sub-4.00 ERA...became the first National to
turn the 30-200-4.00 trick since Livan Hernandez and Esteban Loaiza both did so in 2005...became the first National
to register consecutive 30-start seasons (33 in 2009, 31 in 2008)...ground-ball specialist ranked among NL leaders in
GDPs induced (tied 2nd, 28), ground ball-to-fly ball ratio (6th, 2.02/1) and ground balls induced (4th, 375)...led the
Nationals with 5 wins at Nationals Park, while 2.62 home ERA ranked 9th in NL...needed just 15.1 pitches per inning to
rank 9th in the NL...tossed first complete-game shutout in (then) 128-game history of Nationals Park in a 4-0 win on July
21 vs. NYM to snap Washington’s 458-game complete-game shutout drought, which was the 3rd longest in MLB history.

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Dana Brown (Nationals)

PO
12
32

A
26
91

E
0
2

TC
38
125

DP
2
6

MEDIA

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 9.0 IP, last 7/21/09 vs. NYM
WINNING STREAK........................... 4 games, 6/6/09 - 7/4/09
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 11, 4/17/08 at NYM
CAREER 10-K GAMES (1)............... 4/17/08 at NYM
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2005 ������� Selected by WAS in 11th round of First-Year Player Draft.

PCT.
1.000
.984

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

AWARDS & HONORS
2008 ������� Topps All-Rookie Team
2007 ������� Nationals Minor League Pitcher of the Year.
2002 ������� Single-A Carolina League All-Star (mid-season).

2010
IN REVIEW

PERSONAL
John Edward Lannan...majored in marketing and management at Siena (NY) College...went 17-9 with a 3.56 ERA in 3
seasons at Siena...won school-record 10 games as a junior...was named 2nd-team All-MAAC and 2nd-team All-Northeast
Region as a junior thanks to 8 complete games and 2 shutouts...in final start at Siena, tossed a 5-hit shutout against
Manhattan in MAAC Tournament...is a 2002 graduate of Chaminade (NY) High.

PLAYERS

2005
Notched quality starts in 4 of final 5 assignments in pro debut with Vermont of the short-season Single-A NY-P League.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2006
Pitching for Savannah of the Single-A South Atlantic League in first complete season as a pro, fanned 7.4 batters per
inning and recorded 12 quality starts, including 8 in final 12 assignments.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2007
In just 3rd season as a pro, was named Nationals Minor League Pitcher of the Year...pitched beyond years in 6 starts
with the Nationals after beginning ‘07 with Potomac of the Single-A Carolina League...won an organizational-best 14
games at 4 levels...made big league debut on July 26 at PHI...did not get a decision, allowing 5 runs (4 earned) on 6
hits in 4.1 innings in game eventually won by Washington, 7-6…walked 2 and fanned one (Ryan Howard for first MLB
strikeout) before becoming just the 5th player in MLB history to be ejected in a Major League debut...was joined on this
list by CIN’s Aaron Boone (June 20, 1997 for throwing helmet after being thrown out at home plate on single), OAK’s
Doug Johns (July 8, 1995 for throwing at a batter), MIL’s Sid Roberson (May 20, 1995 for throwing at a batter after
a warning) and PHI’s Andy Carter (May 3, 1994 for hitting 2 of 3 batters faced)…was ejected by HP-umpire Hunter
Wendelstedt after hitting Howard in the 5th (one offering after hitting Chase Utley with a pitch)…the ejection came
with the Nationals trailing by only one run and, per Washington’s contention, was simply due to a case of wildness (was
ahead in the count, 0-2, to Utley)…secured first big league win in a 7-2 victory, Aug. 1 vs. CIN...Aug. 6 at SFG, with
the nation watching Barry Bonds’ bid to hit career homer No. 756, retired Bonds 3 times (popout, GIDP, K) and walked
him once...completed ‘07 in good health, but wasn’t promoted in September as due to mounting innings load...went a
combined 12-3 with a 2.31 ERA (32 ER/124.2 IP) in 21 games (20 starts) at 3 levels (Triple-A Columbus, Double-A
Harrisburg, Single-A Potomac) in Washington’s system...led Washington farmhands in ERA and ranked 2nd in wins...
was named to the Carolina League mid-season All-Star team.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2008
Turned in one of the top rookie seasons in franchise history, going 9-15 with a 3.91 ERA in 31 starts...earned spot on
Topps All-Rookie Team...was assigned to Columbus of the Triple-A International League to begin the season, and was
slated to start the Clippers’ opener, but was recalled to Washington on April 5 as Chad Cordero was placed on the DL...
was victim of poor run support, as 3.76 runs of support per 9.0 innings rated as the 7th lowest in MLB (5th lowest in
NL) among qualifying pitchers...posted 21 quality starts, going 8-7 with a 2.00 ERA when working at least 6.0 innings
and allowing no more than 3 earned runs...became just the 3rd Washington National (2005-present) to reach the 20
quality-start plateau, joining Esteban Loaiza (24 in 2005) and Livan Hernandez (22 in 2005)...tied for 3rd in MLB
with 13 quality starts on the road (FLA’s Ricky Nolasco and NYM’s Johan Santana posted 14 apiece)...21 QS tied for
5th among rookie pitchers beginning with the 1986 campaign...the 21 quality starts also tied Bill Lee (21 in ‘79) for
the 2nd-most ever posted in a single season by a franchise left-handed pitcher...only Expos southpaw Ross Grimsley
(26 in 1978) posted more...posted a Washington Nationals record (2005-present) consecutive scoreless innings streak
of 21.0 (2nd inning on April 17 start at NYM through 2nd inning on May 2 vs. PIT)...ranked among NL leaders in road
ERA (8th at 3.19), losses (3rd with 15) and quality starts (tied for 8th with 21)...ranked among qualifying MLB rookies
in ERA (4th at 3.91), starts (tied for 3rd with 31), innings (5th with 182), wins (tied for 6th with 9), strikeouts (5th
with 112), batting average against (3rd at .252) and quality starts (first with 21)...truck out a career-best 11, left in
line for the win, but took a no-decision on April 17 at NYM...in all, allowed one run on 3 hits in 6.0 innings...in that
game, became the first franchise rookie to strike out 10 or more since Brian Barnes fanned 11, June 2, 1991 vs. CHI.

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COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Adam LaRoche • 1B

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

YEAR
CLUB
2000
Danville
2001 Myrtle Beach
2002
Myrtle Beach
Greenville
2003
Greenville
Richmond
2004 Atlanta
*Richmond
2005 Atlanta
2006 Atlanta
2007 Pittsburgh
2008 Pittsburgh
*Hickory
2009 Pittsburgh
Boston
Atlanta
2010 Arizona
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS
YEAR
CLUB
2004
ATL vs. HOU
2005
ATL vs. HOU
TOTALS
*—Rehab assignment

25

L
Born
11/6/79 Orange County, CA
L
’11 Opening Day Age
31
6’3”
MLB Service
7.000
205
Signed as free agent, January 7, 2011

LaROCHE CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.308 56 201 38 62 102 13 3 7 45 1 4 2 24 46 4 1 .381 .507 .888 2
.251 126 471 49 118 170 31 0 7 47 0 4 9 30 108 10 8 .305 .361 .666 8
.336 69 250 30 84 128 17 0 9 53 2 2 4 27 37 0 2 .406 .512 .918 5
.289 45 173 17 50 71 9 0 4 19 0 0 1 19 38 1 1 .363 .410 .773 1
.283 61 219 42 62 112 12 1 12 37 0 4 3 34 53 1 2 .381 .511 .892 2
.295 72 264 33 78 123 21 0 8 35 0 6 3 27 58 1 2 .360 .466 .826 4
.278 110 324 45 90 158 27 1 13 45 2 2 1 27 78 0 0 .333 .488 .821 5
.182 4 11 1 2 5 0 0 1 2 0
0 0 1 0 0 0
.250
.455
.705
0
.259 141 451 53 117 205 28 0 20 78 2 6 4 39 87 0 2 .320 .455 .775 7
.285 149 492 89 140 276 38 1 32 90 1 7 2 55 128 0 2 .354 .561 .915 5
.272 152 563 71 153 258 42 0 21 88 0 4 3 62 131 1 1 .345 .458 .803 6
.270 136 492 66 133 246 32 3 25 85 0 6 2 54 122 1 1 .341 .500 .841 8
.600 3 10 2 6 10 1 0 1 4 0
0 0 2 1 0 0
.667
1.000
1.667
0
.247 87 324 46 80 143 25 1 12 40 0 3 0 41 81 2 2 .329 .441 .770 1
.263 6 19 2 5 10 2 0 1 3 0
0 0 0 2 0 0
.263
.526
.789
0
.325 57 212 30 69 118 11 1 12 40 0 2 0 28 59 0 0 .401 .557 .958 1
.261 151 560 75 146 262 37 2 25 100 0 4 3 48 172 0 1 .320 .468 .788 11
.289 436 1599 212 462 721 104 4 49 242 3 20 22 164 341 17 16 .359 .451 .810 22
.271 989 3437 477 933 1676 242 9 161 569 5 34 15 354 860 4 9 .339 .488 .827 44
DIVISION SERIES RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.235 5 17 1 4 8 1 0 1 4 0
0 0 2 5 0 0
.316
.417
.786
0
.500 3 8 2 4 8 1 0 1 6 1
0 0 3 1 0 0
.636
1.000
1.636
0
.320 8 25 3 8 16 2 0 2 10 1 0 0 5 6 0 0 .433 .640
1.073 0

CAREER
Joins Jayson Werth as primary 2-way off-season additions for the Nationals...left-handed slugger adds balance to the
Nationals’ lineup while providing top-notch defense at first base...is one of just 5 big leaguers to have hit 20-plus home
runs as a first baseman each of the last 6 seasons (2005-10), joining Albert Pujols, Mark Teixeira, Paul Konerko and
Ryan Howard...has also legged out 30 or more doubles 5 straight years...career OPS is over 100 “points” higher after
the All-Star break (.889) compared to before (.776)...has 9 more career home runs after the break despite playing in
103 fewer games (85 home runs in 443 games in 2nd half, 76 in 546 games in first half)...has played in at least 140
games 5 of his 6 complete big league seasons, including 150 and 151 the last 2 campaigns, respectively.
2010
In lone season with ARI, reached the 100-RBI plateau for the first time in finest offensive season to date...hit .261
with 37 doubles and 25 home runs and exactly 100 RBI in 151 games...89 of the 100 RBI came as a first bagger
and established a franchise record for the position...posted career-best 26 go-ahead RBI, and matched career mark
with 10 game-winning RBI...in Edwin Jackson’s no-hitter, provided game’s lone run via 2nd-inning solo shot off Jeff
Niemann...posted career-high 6 RBI, Aug. 1 at NYM...on Aug. 11 at MIL, hit first of ARI’s 4 consecutive home runs
(Miguel Montero, Mark Reynolds and Stephen Drew followed suit), which matched a big league record...homered into
McCovey Cove on Aug. 27 at SFG off Tim Lincecum.
2009
Notched a career-high 154 hits while splitting the season with PIT, BOS and ATL...homered for all 3 teams, including
one in each league...is one of 4 players the last 10 years to turn this trick in a single season...11 of 25 home runs came
in the 7th inning or later...hit .333 in home games to rank 5th in the NL...batted .365 in August.

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2005
Hit .259 with 28 doubles, 20 home runs and 78 RBI in first complete big league season...hit a grand slam in Game 4
of the NLDS off Brandon Backe...paced ATL with 6 RBI during the NLDS.

2003
Split season between Triple-A Richmond and Double-A Greenville and hit .290 with 20 homers and 72 RBI...rated as
top defensive first baseman in the International League in a survey of league managers...played in MLB’s Futures Game.

2001
Posted 31 doubles in first complete pro season with Myrtle Beach...hit game-ending grand slam to trigger 5-2 win, April
7 vs. Winston-Salem...posted 2 double-digit hit streaks (14-gamer from April 18-May 3, 11-gamer from July 5-17).

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2000 ������� Signed by ATL as 29th-round selection in the First-Year Player Draft.
2007 ������� Acquired by PIT with OF Jarnie Romak in exchange for LHP Mike Gonzalez and INF Brent
Lillibridge, Jan. 19.
2009 ������� Acquired by BOS in exchange for INF Argenis Diaz and RHP Hunter Strickland, July 22.

Acquired by ATL with cash considerations in exchange for 1B Casey Kotchman, July 31.
2010 ������� Signed with ARI as a free agent, Jan. 15.
2011 ������� Signed with Washington as a free agent, Jan. 7
SIGNED BY
Brian Kohlsheen (Braves)
PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
.991 146 1139 122 11 1272 117
.995 939 7817 607 44 8468 841

MEDIA

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / 1B
CAREER / 1B

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 4, last 9/15/09 vs. NYM
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 6, 8/1/10 at NYM
HITTING STREAK............................ 11 games, 8/21/06 - 9/2/06
MULTI-HR GAMES (16)................... 8/11/2004 vs. MIL (2)

7/4/2005 vs. CHI (2)

5/28/2006 at CHI (2)

7/14/2006 at SDP (2)

7/24/2006 at PHI (2)

8/1/2006 at PIT (2)

7/5/2007 vs. MIL (2)

7/25/2008 vs. SDP (2)

9/17/2008 vs. LAD (2)

4/26/2009 at SDP (2)

8/12/2009 vs. WAS (2)

9/15/2009 vs. NYM (2)

4/29/2010 at CHI (2)

5/19/2010 vs. SFG (2)

6/12/2010 vs. STL (2)

8/1/2010 at NYM (2)
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (3)............. 5/13/05 at LAD off Jeff Weaver

5/19/06 at ARI off Miguel Batista

9/17/08 at LAD off Chad Billingsley
CAREER PINCH HOMERS (1)............ 10/3/04 at CHI

NATIONALS
PARK

LaROCHE

AWARDS & HONORS
2004 ������� Topps Rookie All-Star Team.
2004 ������� ATL’s No. 6 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2003 ������� MLB’s Futures Game at CWS.
2000 ������� Junior College World Series MVP (Seminole State CC).

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

PERSONAL
David Adam LaRoche...brother, Andy (.224 career hitter with 22 home runs and 108 RBI entering 2011), plays for
the Pirates...they were teammates with PIT in 2008 and for a portion of ‘09...father, Dave, was a 2-time AL All-Star
(Indians in ‘76, Angles in ‘77) who finished 65-58 with a 3.53 ERA in 647 games/15 starts spanning 14 seasons with
CAL, MIN, CHI, CLE and NYY...was twice drafted by the Marlins as a pitcher, but did not sign (18th round in ‘98, 42nd
round in ‘99) while pursuing a career as a position player.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2000
Hit .308 and collected 20 extra-base hits in just 56 games during pro debut with Rookie-level Danville.

2010
IN REVIEW

2002
Batted .317 playing for both Greenville and Single-A Myrtle Beach...opened season with 16-game hit streak.

PLAYERS

2004
Garnered spot on Topps All-Rookie Team...ranked among NL rookies with .488 slugging percentage (3rd) and 27 doubles (5th)...batted .302 after the All-Star break...in MLB debut, April 7 vs. NYM, became the first and only NL player
to collect initial 2 big league hits in the same inning...first career long ball came April 21 at CIN off Aaron Harang.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2006
Thanks largely to career-high 32 home runs, registered a career-best .915 OPS for the Braves...became just the 3rd
Braves first bagger to hit 30-plus homers in a single season (Fred McGriff ‘94, Andres Galarraga ‘98)...hit 21 home
runs on the road...hit a first-inning 3-run homer on Opening Day, April 3 at LAD.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2007
Legged out a career-high 42 doubles for PIT and earned Chuck Tanner Award (Pirate whose professionalism, cooperation and availability greatly assist the writers) from the Pittsburgh chapter of the BBWAA...swiped first career base,
Aug. 4 vs. CIN...had a 49-game errorless streak end on April 16 at STL, and a registered a 47-gamer, July 14-Sept. 7.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2008
Blasted 25 home runs in 2nd season with PIT...in 74 games beginning June 14, hit .318 to rank 6th in the NL in that
span...at .390, ranked 2nd in the NL in July batting...in late July, early Aug., endured DL stint (intercostal strain).

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COMMUNITY
RELATIONS
NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Carlos Maldonado • C

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

67

R
Born
1/3/79 Maracaibo, VZ
R
’11 Opening Day Age
32
6’2”
MLB Service
0.112
250
Signed as minor-league free agent, February 21, 2010

MALDONADO CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
1996
AZL Mariners .220 29 100 10 22 28 0 0 2 18 1 4 1 6 10 0 1 .261 .280 .541 2
1997
Wisconsin
.190 97 316 15 60 72 8 2 0 25 8 3 3 17 33 2 3 .236 .228 .464
11
1998
Wisconsin .174 7 23 4 4 4 0 0 0 1 0
0 0 2 1 0 0
.240
.174
.414
1
Everett
.287 42 150 19 43 68 10 0 5 24 0 2 2 10 17 1 0 .335 .453 .788 5
Tacoma
.000 3 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.000
.000
.000
1
1999
Wisconsin
.308 92 302 35 93 106 13 0 0 33 2 2 0 43 32 4 6 .392 .351 .743 5
2000 Round Rock .270 116 423 46 114 157 24 2 5 52 5 6 5 35 71 5 4 .328 .371 .699 12
2001
Round Rock .286 76 262 29 75 101 14 0 4 33 0 3 3 27 55 1 2 .356 .385 .741 5
2002 New Orleans .172 12 29 1 5 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 7 0 0 .200 .172 .372 0
Round Rock .252 47 123 13 31 51 8 0 4 20 0 4 0 22 23 0 0 .356 .415 .771 3
2003 Birmingham .262 120 408 50 107 151 24 1 6 63 3 9 6 43 50 1 1 .335 .370 .705 8
2004 Birmingham .265 108 388 48 103 171 30 1 12 68 1 4 3 52 81 0 3 .353 .441 .794 1
2005
Altoona
.252 82 278 27 70 105 14 0 7 34 5 1 2 35 63 0 1 .339 .378 .717
11
2006
Altoona
.278 5 18 1 5 7 2 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 6 0 0
.278
.389
.667
0
Indianapolis .283 103 336 37 95 131 18 0 6 47 5 4 3 36 67 2 0 .354 .390 .744 3
Pittsburgh .105 8 19 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 1
10 1 0
.150
.105
.255
1
2007
Indianapolis .219 46 137 14 30 37 4 0 1 19 4 1 2 20 27 0 0 .325 .270 .595 4
*Altoona
.000 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
Pittsburgh
.208 13 24 2 5 12 1 0 2 4 0 1 0 5 8 0 0 .333 .500 .833 0
2008 Indianapolis .248 46 125 9 31 49 9 0 3 16 4 1 0 12 23 0 1 .312 .392 .704 2
2009 Pawtucket
.225 24 80 9 18 26 2 0 2 15 0 2 0 10 14 0 0 .304 .325 .629 3
2010
Syracuse
.223 63 188 16 42 59 8 0 3 27 3 6 2 19 45 2 1 .293 .314 .607 0
Washington .273 4 11 1 3 6 0 0 1 3 0
0 0 1 2 0 0
.333
.545
.878
0
*GCL Nationals
.222 3 9 1 2 2 0 0 0 2 0
0 0 1 2 0 0
.300
.222
.522
0
MINOR TOTALS
.256 1124 3710 384 950 1330 188 6 60 499 41 52 32 391 629 18 23 .328 .358 .687 78
MLB TOTALS
.185 25 54 3 10 20 1 0 3 7 0 1 0 7 20 1 0 .274 .370 .645 1
*—Rehab assignment

CAREER
15-year veteran catcher adds backstop depth to Nationals organization...regarded as above-average defender...has thrown
out 4 of 14 (29%) would-be basestealers at the big league level, while posting a 4.65 catcher’s ERA.
2010
In nearly 2-week stint with the Nationals, went 3-for-11 (.273) and hit a 3-run homer in a 14-4 win on May 31 at HOU...
during time with Syracuse of the International League, served as Stephen Strasburg’s battery mate in Triple-A debut, May
7 vs. Gwinnett...helped Strasburg one-hit and strike out 6 in 6.0 scoreless innings that evening at Alliance Bank Stadium.
2009
Appeared in 24 contests with Triple-A Pawtucket in BOS organization, but missed significant time with 3 separate DL
stints (right hamstring, left calf and right calf)...gunned down 9 of 17 (53%) of runners attempting to steal...took loss
in lone pitching opportunity (2nd career pitching app), April 12 at Buffalo.

MEDIA

2008
Spent entire season with PIT’s Triple-A affiliate in Indianapolis, but played in just 46 games due to 3 DL stints...threw out
19 percent (8 of 43) of would-be basestealers...in pitching debut, allowed one run in 1.0 inning, July 28 vs. Syracuse.
2007
For 2nd straight season, saw big league action with PIT, belting 2 home runs and posting 4 RBI in 13 games...hit first
home run off Mark McLemore, September 16 at HOU...posted 2nd homer off Brett Tomko in very next plate appearance, September 20 at SDP...suffered fractured left hand when hit by pitch on May 5...missed more than a month.

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2003
Signed with CWS as minor-league free agent and played in 120 games with Birmingham.

2001
Earned spot on Double-A Texas League mid-season All-Star team...capped the season hitting .286 with 4 HR and 33
RBI with Round Rock.

PLAYERS

2002
Combined to hit .237 for Triple-A New Orleans (12 games) and Double-A Round Rock (47 games).

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2004
A Southern League mid-season All-Star, spent entire campaign with Double-A Birmingham...belted career-best 12 home
runs and tallied 68 RBI in 108 contests.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2005
During first season in PIT organization, batted .252 with 7 home runs and 34 RBI in 82 games with Altoona...gunned
down 37% (23 of 62) of would-be basestealers.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2006
After 9 minor-league seasons, made big league debut during September promotion with PIT at age of 27...debuted with
Pirates and posted first hit, a single off Gary Majewski, on September 8 at CIN...spent majority of season with TripleA Indianapolis...was named Indianapolis’ MVP...led International League catchers in appearances (100) and fielding
percentage (.996)...named IL’s Player of the Month for June, hitting .296 with 14 RBI...following season, played for
Caribes in Venezuelan Winter League.

2000
In first year in HOU organization, tallied 5 homers and 52 RBI in 116 contests with Texas League champion Round Rock.

2010
IN REVIEW

1999
Hit career-best .308 with 33 RBI in 92 contests with Single-A Wisconsin in the Midwest League...threw out 33% (33
of 100) of would-be basestealers.
1998
Hit a combined .258 with 5 home runs and 25 RBI in 52 games at 3 separate levels in SEA’s farm system.

1996
Made professional debut with SEA’s rookie-level Arizona League affiliate as 17-year-old.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

1997
Played entire season with Wisconsin, catching 97 games...gunned down 36% (47 of 132) of would-be basestealers.

CATCHERS THROWING STATS
YEAR
GS (W-L) C-CS SBA CS%
2010
43 (18-25)
7 38 18%
CAREER
196 (86-110) 39 176 22%

PB
1
11

CATCHER’S ERA
3.16 (9 ER/25.2 IP)
4.65 (82 ER/158.2 IP)

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MEDIA

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
PB
2010 / C
1.000 4 10 2 0 12 0 1
CAREER / C
.991
25 100
8
1 109
0
1

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 2, last 6/3/10 at HOU
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 3, 5/31/10 at HOU
HITTING STREAK............................ 3 games, 9/6/07 - 9/20/07
MULTI-HR GAMES.......................... None
CAREER GRAND SLAMS................. None
CAREER PINCH HOMERS............... None

NATIONALS
PARK

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
1995 ������� Signed with SEA as a non-drafted free agent, September 7.
2000 ������� Acquired by HOU in exchange for INF Carlos Hernandez, March 21.
2003 ������� Signed with CWS as minor-league free agent, November 17.
2004 ������� Signed with PIT as minor-league free agent, November 4.
2009 ������� Signed with BOS as minor-league free agent, January 27.
2010 ������� Signed with Washington as minor-league free agent, February 21.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

MALDONADO

PERSONAL
Carlos Maldonado...graduated from Perez Bonolches HS in Venezuela.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS
FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP
MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

PLAYERS
2010
IN REVIEW
HISTORY AND
RECORDS
SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.
NATIONALS
PARK

21

Jason Marquis • RHP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

L
Born
8/21/78 Manhasset, NY
R
’11 Opening Day Age
32
6’1”
MLB Service
10.012
210
Signed as free agent, December 22, 2009

MARQUIS CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
1996
Danville
1
1 4.63 7 4 0 0 0 0 23.1 30 18 12 0 1 7 24 2 0
.286
1997
Macon
14
10 4.38 28 28 0 0 0 0
141.2 156 78 69 10 2 55 121 8 2
.278
1998
Danville
2
12 4.87 22 22 1 0 0 0
114.2 120 65 62 3 6 41 135 7 0
.269
1999
Myrtle Beach 3
0 0.28 6 6 0 0 0 0 32.0 22 2 1 0 1 17 41 2 0
.191
Greenville 3
4 4.58 12 12 1 0 0 0 55.0 52 33 28 7 2 29 35 1 0
.241
2000
Greenville 4
2 3.57 11 11 0 0 0 0 68.0 68 35 27 10 1 23 49 2 1
.262
Richmond 0
3 9.00 6 6 0 0 0 0 20.0 26 21 20 2 2 13 18 7 0
.321

Atlanta
1
0 5.01 15 0 0 0 7 0 23.1 23 16 13 4 1 12 17 1 0
.261
2001
Atlanta
5
6 3.48 38 16 0 0 9 0
129.1 113 62 50 14 4 59 98 1 2
.234
2002
Atlanta
8
9 5.04 22 22 0 0 0 0
114.1 127 66 64 19 3 49 84 4 0
.283
Richmond 0
1 3.60 1 1 0 0 0 0 5.0 5 2 2 0 0 1 6 1 0
.263
2003
Atlanta
0
0 5.53 21 2 0 0 10 1 40.2 43 27 25 3 2 18 19 2 0
.270
Richmond 8
4 3.35 15 15 3 1 0 0 94.0 93 40 35 5 0 34 75 4 0
.256
2004
St. Louis 15
7 3.71 32 32 0 0 0 0
201.1 215 90 83 26 10 70 138 6 0
.275
2005
St. Louis 13
14 4.13 33 32 3 1 0 0
207.0 206 110 95 29 5 69 100 10 3
.262
2006 St. Louis
14
16 6.02 33 33 0 0 0 0 194.1 221 136 130 35 16 75 96 2 1 .289
2007
Chi. Cubs 12
9 4.60 34 33 1 1 0 0
191.2 190 111 98 22 13 76 109 3 0
.256
2008
Chi. Cubs 11
9 4.53 29 28 0 0 0 0
167.0 172 87 84 15 8 70 91 8 1
.267
2009
Colorado 15
13 4.04 33 33 2 1 0 0
216.0 218 104 97 15 4 80 115 6 1
.267
MINORS TOTALS
35
37 4.16 108 105 5 1 0 0 553.2 572 294 256 37 15 220 504 34 3 .264
MLB TOTALS
94
83 4.48 290 231 6 3 26 1
1485.0 1528 809 739 182 66 578 867 43 8 .267
YEAR
CLUB
2010 Washington
TOTALS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.136 17 22 1 3 4 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 .136 .182 .318 2
.199 351 527 58 105 153 29 2 5 50 34 1 1 13 125 1 0 .220 .290 .510 18

YEAR CLUB, OPP.
2004
STL vs. LAD
2008
CHI vs. LAD
2009
COL vs. PHI
TOTALS

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP
0
0 8.10 1 1 0 0 0 0 3.1
0
0 9.00 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0
0
0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0
0
0 6.75 3 1 0 0 0 0 5.1

YEAR CLUB, OPP.
2001
ATL vs. ARI
2004
STL vs. HOU
2005
STL vs. HOU
TOTALS

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
0
0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 2 4 0 1 0 2 3 0 0
.222
0
0 6.75 1 1 0 0 0 0 4.0 5 3 3 0 0 2 2 0 0
.294
0
1 3.38 3 0 0 0 0 0 5.1 6 3 2 0 0 3 4 0 0
.316
0
1 3.97 6 1 0 0 0 0 11.1 13 10 5 1 0 7 9 0 0
.289

H
4
1
1
6

R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
3 3 3 0 4 0 0 0
.308
1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0
.250
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.250
4 4 4 0 4 1 0 0
.286

WORLD SERIES RECORD
YEAR CLUB, OPP. W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
2004
STL vs. BOS 0
1 3.86 2 1 0 0 0 0 7.0 6 3 3 1 0 7 4 0 0
.231

MEDIA

YEAR CLUB, SITE
2009 NL at STL

102

ALL-STAR GAME RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
DID NOT PITCH

MARQUIS, JASON

103

MEDIA

2003
In final season with ATL, pitched in just 21 games/2 starts at the big league level...finished 8-4 with a 3.35 ERA in
15 starts with Richmond...began season with the Braves, but was optioned to Richmond on April 19 with a 6.57 ERA.

NATIONALS
PARK

2004
Posted career-high 15 wins and eclipsed the 200-inning plateau in first season with STL...helped the Cardinals claim the
NL Central and an NL flag...in span of 17 starts, won a career-best 11 consecutive decisions from May 31-September
4...tossed career-best 3 complete games, all of which came in the season’s 2nd half.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2005
Went 13-14 in up-and-down 2nd season with the Cardinals...worked at least 200 innings for a 2nd straight season...
lost 10 of 11 decision in a 13-start stretch, June 15-August 23...posted consecutive complete-game wins, August 27
at Washington and September 4 at HOU.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2006
Notched 50th career win (June 4 vs. CHI) while going 14-16 with a 6.02 ERA in 33 starts for World Champion Cardinals...11 of 14 wins came prior to the All-Star break...became the 3rd pitcher since 1900 to win at least 14 games
and register an ERA in excess of 6.00 (Wes Ferrell, 15-10, 6.28 for ‘38 Senators and Guy Bush, 15-10, 6.20 for ‘30
Cubs)...twice was taxed for double-digit earned run totals (13, June 21 at CWS and 12, 7/18 vs. ATL).

2010
IN REVIEW

2007
Won 12 games in first season with CHI...when going at least 6.0 innings, CHI finished 15-2...8 of 12 wins came at
Wrigley Field...tossed 2nd career shutout, a 3-hitter that featured zero walks and 5 strikeouts, in 1-0 win on May 9 vs.
PIT...on June 25 vs. COL, reached the 1000 career-inning plateau.

PLAYERS

2008
In final season with CHI, won 11 games for NL Central Division champs...thanks to 3.25 road ERA, 7 of 11 wins came
outside of Wrigley Field...pitched into the 6th inning in each of season’s final 13 starts...went career-high 6 straight
starts without being touched for a homer, August 13-Sept. 17...in front of family and friends, belted first career grand
slam en route to 5-RBI effort on September 22 at NYM...the 5 RBI matched a Cubs single-game mark for pitchers, and
was the first Cub pitcher to his a slam since Kevin Tapani turned the trick on July 20, 1998 at ATL.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2009
Earned first All-Star citation (did not pitch in Mid-Summer Classic at STL) en route to finishing 15-13 with a 4.04 ERA
in 33 starts in lone season with COL...matched Ubaldo Jimenez for the Rockies team lead in wins and starts...careerhigh 216.0 innings ranked 8th in the NL...15 wins ranked 4th in the NL and matched a career high set in 2004...
ranked 2nd in MLB by inducing 395 ground balls, while 2.15/1 ground ball-to-fly ball ratio ranked 4th in the NL...also
ranked among NL leaders in GIDP’s induced (tied for 2nd, 28), innings (7th, 216.0) and starts (tied for 7th)...strong
season was aided by a 23 percent drop in home runs allowed per 9.0 innings and a 13 percent drop in walks per 9.0
innings as compared to 2008...was just COL’s 4th All-Star pitcher after pacing the NL in first-half wins (11)...posted
better ERA (3.92) in 16 starts at Coors Field than in 17 road starts (4.16)...notched 11 quality starts in 16 assignments
in Denver...was touched for one earned run or less 11 times in 33 starts...needed just 86 pitches to throw 3rd-career
shutout, a 2-hitter, in COL’s 3-0 win at LAD, June 30.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2010
Battled injury to right elbow and finished just 2-9 with a 6.60 ERA in 13 starts in first season with the Nationals...started
the Nationals’ 2nd game of the season...went 0-3 with a 20.52 ERA through initial 3 assignments with Washington and
was placed on the 15-Day DL on April 21, retroactive to April 19...after one rehab start, had loose bodies removed from
right elbow by Dr. Timothy Kremchek on May 14 in Cincinnati, OH....began throwing program one month post surgery,
but did not pitch again in a game until July 18 with the GCL Nationals...in 4-start rehab stint with Syracuse (2 starts),
Harrisburg (one) and GCL Nationals (one), combined on a 4.15 ERA (8 ER/17.1 IP)...walked just 4 and fanned 18 in
17.1 innings...made 10 starts for the Nationals in the season’s final 2 months, going 2-6 with a 4.29 ERA post-surgery
...allowed 6 runs in just 0.1 innings on Sept. 17 at PHI, otherwise post-surgery ERA would have been 3.24...earned
first win with the Nationals on Aug. 30 at FLA, then followed with 2nd win, Sept. 5 at PIT.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

CAREER
Looks to bounce back from injury-marred 2010 campaign...will continue to serve club in a mentor role for a young rotation...in 2010, had string of 6 straight seasons with a double-digit win total end...also, until 2010, was the only player
in MLB whose club has reached the post-season each of the last 10 seasons...in 6 seasons from 2004-09, registered
15- (twice: 2009, 2004), 14- (2006), 13- (2005), 12- (2007) and 11-win (2008) seasons...an extreme ground-ball
pitcher, in 7 seasons from 2004-10, ranks 7th in GDPs induced (144) and 9th in in both ground balls induced (2089)...
has thrice pitched 200-or-more innings (2004, ‘05, ‘09).

2002
Was limited to 22 starts thanks to month-long stint on the DL due to tendinitis...was 6-4 with a 3.95 ERA in 12 starts
prior to the All-Star break, 2-5 with a 6.97 ERA in 10 starts thereafter.
2001
In first complete big league campaign, posted a strong 3.48 ERA in 38 games/16 starts...went 4-6 with a 3.26 ERA
in the 16 starting assignments...got first big league start on May 12 at LAD...tossed 6.0 scoreless innings, but went
without a decision...as last-minute replacement for ailing John Smoltz, August 3 vs. MIL, struck out career-best 13.
2000
Made 17 starts for Richmond and Double-A Greenville before getting first taste of big league action with ATL...was
recalled by ATL on June 5 as John Rocker was optioned...walked one and struck out one (Shannon Stewart) en route
to 1.0 scoreless inning in MLB debut, June 6 vs. TOR...received blown save, but later pocketed first big league win in
3-2 victory on June 23 vs. MIL.
1999
Combined to go 6-4 with a 3.00 ERA in 18 starts for Single-A Myrtle Beach and Double-A Greenville...began season
with 20.0 consecutive scoreless innings with Myrtle Beach...was promoted to Double-A on May 10.
1998
Struck out 10.67 batters per 9.0 innings for Danville of the Single-A Carolina League despite being the circuit’s youngest pitcher entering the season.
1997
Tied for Single-A South Atlantic League lead with 14 wins pitching for Macon...started 28 games...earned the win in
6 straight starts from April 29-May 25.
1996
Posted 3.4/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 7-game, 4-start pro debut with Danville of the Rookie-level Appalachian League.
PERSONAL
Jason Scott Marquis...is a 1996 graduate of Tottenville (NY) High...played baseball and hoops at Tottenville and was a
member of the National Honor Society.

MARQUIS

AWARDS & HONORS
2009 ������� NL All-Star at STL
2005 ������� Louisville Slugger NL Silver Slugger recipient (P).
2001 ������� ATL’s No. 5 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2000 ������� ATL’s No. 6 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
1996 ������� Selected by ATL in sandwich round of First-Year Player Draft.
2003 ������� Acquired by STL with C/OF Eli Marrero in exchange for LHP Ray King and RHP
Adam Wainwright, December 13.
2007 ������� Signed with CHI as free agent, January 3.
2009 ������� Acquired by COL in exchange for RHP Luis Vizcaino, January 6
2009 ������� Signed with WAS as free agent, December 22.
SIGNED BY
John Hageman (Braves)

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

MARQUIS, JASON

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CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
.818
.952

G
13
303

PO
5
132

A
4
228

E
2
18

TC
11
378

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 9.0 IP, last 6/30/09 at LAD
WINNING STREAK........................... 11 games, 5/31/04 - 9/4/04
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 13, 8/3/01 at MIL
CAREER 10-K GAMES (1)............... 8/3/01 at MIL (13)
HOME RUNS HIT (5)....................... 9/22/08 at NYM off Jonathon Niese

9/6/08 at CIN off Gary Majewski

5/19/07 vs. CWS off Javier Vazquez

6/4/05 at HOU off Wandy Rodriguez

5/11/02 vs. SDP off Brian Lawrence

DP
0
19

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
7/2/88 Miami, FL
R
’11 Opening Day Age
22
6’3”
MLB Service
0.000
211
Selected in first round (15th overall) of 2006 First-Year Player Draft

CAREER
Nationals’ top pick in ‘06 entered senior year of high school rated by Baseball America as the 2nd-best draft-eligible high
school prospect...wowed Nationals brass with prodigious power display during pre-draft workout at RFK in May 2006.

2008
Suffered season-ending injury (broken right fibula) sliding into home plate, June 18 at Winston-Salem.
2007
Led Washington chain with 88 RBI…was Single-A South Atlantic League All-Star selection.

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE / PREP CAREER
Helped Team USA’s youth squad win a silver medal at the ‘04 Pan-Am Championship Qualifier in Lagos De Moreno,
Mexico...led tournament with 5 home runs and 16 RBI...entered the ‘06 season as a BA Pre-Season High School FirstTeam All-American...earned Florida State 4A-1A First-Team honors en route to Monsignor Pace claiming the 4A Florida
state title...nabbed First-Team All-Dade County honors as a junior...played in the ‘05 AFLAC All-American Classic.

MARRERO

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2006 ������� Selected by WAS in first rounnd (15th overall) of First-Year Player Draft.
SIGNED BY
Tony Arango (Nationals)

MEDIA

AWARDS & HONORS
2010 ������� Nationals No. 9 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2009 ������� Nationals No. 6 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2009 ������� Nationals No. 3 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2008 ������� Nationals No. 1 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2008 ������� Nationals’ Top Power Hitter as rated by Baseball America.
2007 ������� Nationals No. 2 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2007 ������� Nationals’ Top Power Hitter as rated by Baseball America.
2007 ������� Carolina League/Best Hitting Prospect in BA’s Top Tools Survery.
2007 ������� South Atlantic League/Best Hitting Prospect in BA’s Top Tools Survery.
2006 ������� Nationals’ Top Power Hitter as rated by Baseball America.

NATIONALS
PARK

PERSONAL
Christopher Marrero...nicknamed “Nene” (“baby” in Spanish)...was slated to play baseball at the University of Miami
(FL) before signing pro contract...older brother, Christian, plays in CWS’ system and posted .363 Double-A OBP in 2010.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2006
Batted .309 with 16 RBI in just 22 games with Rookie-level GCL Nationals, but debut was cut short by viral meningitis.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2009
Combined to hit .284 with 27 doubles, 17 home runs and 76 RBI in 135 combined games with Double-A Harrisburg
and Single-A Potomac...earned a spot on the CL’s post-season All-Star team.

2010
IN REVIEW

2010
At age of 21, in first complete Double-A season with Harrisburg, ranked among Nationals farmhands in RBI (3rd, 82),
homers (tied 5th, 18) and batting (6th, .294)...hit .304 with RISP...10 of 18 homers came with men on...was midseason Eastern League All-Star...following season, hit .306 in 23 games for Ponce in the Puerto Rican Winter League.

PLAYERS

MARRERO CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2006
GCL Nationals .309 22 81 10 25 34 9 0 0 16 0 1 1 8 19 0 0 .374 .420 .794 1
2007
Hagerstown .293 57 222 31 65 121 14 0 14 53 0 4 3 14 39 0 4 .337 .545 .882 3
Potomac
.259 68 255 40 66 110 11 3 9 35 0 3 0 32 63 0 0 .338 .431 .769 4
2008
Potomac
.250 70 256 40 64 116 15 2 11 38 0 3 5 25 55 0 0 .325 .453 .778 8
2009 Potomac
.287 112 414 58 119 192 21 2 16 65 0 5 8 42 97 2 3 .360 .464 .824 16
Harrisburg
.267 23 75 9 20 29 6 0 1 11 0 0 1 8 18 0 1 .345 .387 .732 4
2010 Harrisburg
.294 141 524 73 154 236 28 0 18 82 0 5 5 43 102 1 3 .350 .450 .800 18
MINORS TOTALS
.281 493 1827 261 513 838 104 7 69 300 0 21 23 172 393 3 11 .347 .459 .805 54

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

14

Chris Marrero • 1B

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COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

J.D. Martin • RHP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

51

R
Born
1/2/83 Ridgecrest, CA
R
’11 Opening Day Age
28
6’4”
MLB Service
1.033
200
Signed as minor-league free agent, February 4, 2011

J.D. MARTIN CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2001
Burlington 5
1
1.38
10
10 0 0 0 45.2 26 9 7 3 4 11 72
14.2 3 1
.164
2002
Columbus 14
5 3.90 27 26 0 0 0 138.1 141 76 60 12 13 46 131 8.5 2 1
.266
2003
Kinston
5
3 4.27 16 16 0 0 0 86.1 95 50 41 7 3 30 57 5.9 3 0
.281
2004
Kinston
11
10 4.39 25 25 2 0 0 147.2 139 75 72 15 12 41 98 6.0 6 0
.258
Buffalo
0
0
10.80 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 9 6 6 1 0 2 2 3.6 0 1
.375
2005
Akron
3
1
2.38
10
10 0 0 0 56.2 42 17 15 3 3 8 63
10.0 1 0
.201
2006
Lake County 0
1
4.20 5 5 0 0 0 15.0 13 7 7 2 1 3 16 9.6 0 0
.241
Mahoning Valley
0
1
1.50 6 6 0 0 0 18.0 11 3 3 1 1 1 13 6.5 0 0
.169
Kinston
1
0
0.00 3 2 0 0 0 11.1 6 0 0 0 0 1 11 8.7 0 0
.154
2007
Akron
2
3 4.25 9 9 0 0 0 42.1 42 22 20 4 3 16 23 4.9 1 0
.259
2008
Akron
11
3 2.49 31 8 0 0 0 79.2 73 25 22 5 4 19 71 8.0 2 1
.249
Buffalo
1
0
1.80 4 1 0 0 0 10.0 6 2 2 2 0 2 8 7.2 0 0
.171
2009
Syracuse
8
3 2.66 16 15 0 0 0 88.0 75 33 26 4 2 10 63 6.4 2 1
.237
Washington 5
4 4.44 15 15 0 0 0 77.0 85 40 38 14 6 24 37 4.3 0 0
.279
2010
Syracuse
2
2
3.51 7 7 0 0 0 41.0 40 18 16 3 1 8 25 5.5 2 1
.260
Washington 1
5 4.13 9 9 0 0 0 48.0 56 30 22 9 1 11 31 5.8 1 0
.287
MINORS TOTALS
63
33 3.41 170 141 2 0 0 785.0 718 343 297 62 47 198 653 7.5 22 6 .246
MLB TOTALS
6
9 4.32 24 24 0 0 0 125.0 141 70 60 23 7 35 68 4.9 1 0
.282
CAREER BATTING RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2010 Washington .167 8 12 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 2
0 0 0 4 0 0
.167
.250
.417
0
MLB TOTALS
.162 24 37 3 6 7 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 17 0 0 .184 .189 .373 3

CAREER
Looks for return to health and to earn a spot in Washington’s rotation...had season-ending surgery in Aug. 2010 to fix
a bulging disk, but is expected to be ready for Spring Training 2011...spent first 8 pro seasons with CLE organization
before joining the Nationals in 2008...was selected by CLE in the sandwich round (35th overall) of the 2001 First-Year
Player Draft...pick was received as compensation for BOS’ signing of Manny Ramirez.
2010
In 9-start effort with the Nationals, won only one of 6 decisions despite a superior ERA...7 of 9 starts came on the road...
went 1-1 with a 2.31 ERA in a pair of starts at Nationals Park...lone win came while allowing 2 runs on 6 hits in 5.2
innings during a 7-6 victory vs. SDP on July 7...saw strikeout rate rise (5.8 from 4.3 in ‘09) and walk rate decrease (2.1
from 2.8 in ‘09)...was placed on the 15-Day DL on July 25 with a low back strain...was transferred to the 60-Day DL
on Aug. 3...on Aug. 9, had season-ending surgery performed by Dr. Robert Watkins in Los Angeles, CA...the procedure
repaired a bulging disk in the lower back...went 0-3 in 3 June starts despite a solid 3.77 ERA...when starting, Washington went 1-8...went 2-2 with a 3.51 ERA in 7 International League starts to earn a spot in Washington’s rotation.
2009
Finished 5-4 with a 4.44 ERA in 15 starts for Washington in strong rookie campaign...joined Shairon Martis (5-3) as
the only Nationals starter to post a better-than-.500 record...spent the season’s first 3 months with Syracuse, but had
contract selected by the Nationals, July 2...went a combined 13-7 with a 3.49 ERA in 31 starts for the Nationals and
Triple-A Syracuse...recorded a double-digit win total (13) for the 4th time in pro career...4.44 ERA ranked 2nd among
Nationals starters...4 of 5 wins came on the road, where ERA was 3.43 in 7 starts...on Aug. 9 vs. ARI, secured first big
league win in a 9-2 victory vs. ARI (the win capped a perfect 6-0 homestand for the Nationals)...lasted 5.0 innings,
allowing one run on 5 hits...fanned David Wright in first inning to pocket first big league strikeout, July 20 vs. NYM...
with Syracuse, exited the IL ranked among league leaders in strikeout-to-walk ratio (first, 6.3/1), WHIP (first, 0.97),
wins (tied for 2nd, 8) and ERA (6th, 2.66)...pitched for the IL in the Triple-A All-Star Game, July 15 in Portland, OR.

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MARTIN, J.D.

2006
Limited to 14 games/13 starts at 3 levels while rehabbing from July 2005 “Tommy John” ligament-replacement surgery.

2004
Pitching for Kinston, 11 wins ranked 3rd in the Single-A Carolina League...made one Triple-A spot start with Buffalo.
2003
In first season with Kinston, made 16 starts before being shut down in July with a strained right-elbow ligament.

2001
Was Baseball America Rookie League All-Star after striking out 72 in 45.0 innings with Burlington in professional debut...
did not allow a run until 5th pro start...began pro career with 22.0 consecutive scoreless innings.

MARTIN

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2001 ������� Selected by CLE in sandwich round (35th overall) of First-Year Player Draft.
2008 �������� Signed with WAS as a minor-league free agent, November 24.

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 9 2 5 0 7 0
.914
24
10
22
3
35
0

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 7.2 IP, last 6/12/10 at CLE
WINNING STREAK........................... 2 games, last 9/11/09 - 9/18/09
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 6, 6/19/10 vs. CWS
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

SIGNED BY
Jason Smith (Indians)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

AWARDS & HONORS
2009 ������� Triple-A International League All-Star (mid-season).
2008 ������� Double-A Eastern League All-Star (mid-season).
2002 ������� CLE’s No. 5 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2001 ������� Rookie League All-Star as rated by Baseball America.

2010
IN REVIEW

PERSONAL
John Dale Martin...went 9-1 with a 0.24 ERA at Burroughs (CA) High in 2001...entered 2001 draft ranked 20th overall
by Baseball America and 2nd in “best command” category among prep pitchers...older brother, Kevin, pitched for 3 pro
seasons in CLE’s system posting a 3.88 ERA in 85 career games/one start...father, John, pitched for 2 minor-league
seasons (1968-69) for NYY and CAL.

PLAYERS

2002
14 wins for Columbus ranked 2nd in the South Atlantic League...rated by Baseball America as CLE’s No. 5 prospect.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2005
Underwent successful season-ending ligament-replacement surgery, performed by Dr. James Andrews, in July.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2007
Made only 9 starts due to right elbow problems...participated in Instructional League and winter ball in Nicaragua.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2008
In first season pitching primarily out of the bullpen, enjoyed All-Star season with Akron of the Double-A Eastern League...
pitched in Triple-A for first time since ‘04...season ERA out of the ‘pen: 2.82...season ERA as a starter: 1.78.

NATIONALS
PARK

MEDIA
107

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

YEAR
CLUB
2004
DSL Giants
2005
ASL Giants
2006
Augusta
Savannah
Potomac
Harrisburg
2007
Potomac
2008
Harrisburg
Columbus
Washington
2009
Washington
Syracuse
2010
Syracuse
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

39

R
Born
3/30/87 Curacao, Netherlands
R
’11 Opening Day Age
24
6’1”
MLB Service
0.113
226
Acquired from SFG in exchange for LHP Mike Stanton, July 28, 2006

MARTIS CAREER RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
4
3 1.79 14 12 0 0 0 70.1 55 15 14 2 1 63 17 8.1 1 0
.221
2
1
1.85
11 5 0 0 1 34.0 28 10 7 1 1 50 9
13.2 3 0
.226
6
4 3.64 15 15 0 0 0 76.2 76 39 31 3 4 66 21 7.7 3 0
.257
1
1
3.80 4 4 0 0 0 21.1 23 9 9 2 0 14 4 5.9 0 1
.284
0
2
3.00 2 2 0 0 0 12.0 9 5 4 0 1 7 3 5.3 1 0
.209
0
1
12.60 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 8 7 7 4 0 1 3 1.8 0 0
.348
14
8 4.23 27 26 1 0 0 151.0 150 83 71 9 5 108 52 6.4 11 2
.258
4
4 3.98 14 14 0 0 0 74.2 73 35 33 5 0 57 28 6.9 3 0
.258
1
2 3.02 7 7 0 0 0 41.2 42 17 14 2 1 42 17 9.1 3 1
.261
1
3 5.66 5 4 0 0 0 20.2 18 14 13 5 0 23 12 10.0 1 0
.228
5
3 5.25 15 15 1 0 0 85.2 83 52 50 11 4 34 39 3.6 3 0
.255
4
4 4.96 13 13 0 0 0 74.1 90 42 41 9 1 40 18 4.8 2 1
.304
8
7 4.09 27 27 2 0 0 152.0 156 73 69 14 2 99 60 5.9 2 0
.270
44
37 3.79 135 126 3 0 1 713.0 710 335 300 51 16 547 232 6.9 29 5 .262
6
6 5.33 20 19 1 0 0 106.1 101 66 63 16 4 57 51 4.8 4 0
.249

CAREER BATTING RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2010 Washington — 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 — — —
0
MLB TOTALS
.161 18 31 4 5 6 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 8 0 0 .187 .194 .381 0

CAREER
Name is pronounced SHY-ruhn MAR-tis...pitched for the Netherlands in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing (0-2
with a 6.75 ERA) and in ‘06 World Baseball Classic (tossed a 7.0-inning no-hitter in lone start, March 10, 2006 vs.
Panama)...in that game, entered the last inning having thrown 57 pitches (8 under the tournament’s pitch limit for
that round)...after a Netherlands error, recorded final 3 outs on just 2 pitches (fly out, GIDP) to finish at the pitch limit.
2010
Paced Triple-A Syracuse in wins (8), innings (152.0), starts (27) and strikeouts (99)...after slow start, went 7-5 with
a 3.55 ERA in final 20 starts dating to May 21...in the same 20-start span, posted a 3.6/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio (76
SO/21 BB)...ranked among organization’s qualified pitching leaders in wins (tied 5th, 8) and ERA (8th, 4.09)...ranked
among International League leaders with 2 complete games (tied for first) and 152.0 innings (5th).
2009
Spent season’s first 3 months in Washington’s rotation, going 5-3 with a 5.25 ERA in 15 starts, but struggled in final
8 assignments...was optioned to Syracuse, June 28...allowed 3 runs or less in 9 of 15 starts...despite twice exiting
in line for the win only to be relegated to a no-decision (April 27 at PHI, June 16 at NYY), 5 wins upon being sent to
Syracuse tied for most among Nationals (John Lannan) and NL rookies (J.A. Happ)...earned win in first 5 decisions and
became the first and only DC-based rookie to start 5-0 (1901-71, 2005-present)...was the first franchise pitcher to
start 5-0 since both Pedro Martinez (8-0) and Jeff Juden (5-0) in ‘97, and the last franchise rookie to start 5-0 since
Carlos Perez in ‘95...politely declined invitation to pitch for the Netherlands in ‘09 World Baseball Classic...went the
distance for first time in career, allowing little more than a Colby Rasmus solo shot in the 6th inning, to grab the win as
the Nationals topped STL, 6-1, May 2 at Nationals Park...spent final 2 months of IL campaign going 4-4 with a 4.96
ERA in 13 starts with the Chiefs...notched 7 quality starts...walked 2 or less in 11 of 13 IL starts.

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
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HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

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FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Shairon Martis • RHP

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2005
In first domestic season, struck out 50 in 34.0 innings (13.2 per 9.0 innings) with SFG’s Arizona Rookie League affiliate.

AWARDS & HONORS
2008 ������� Netherlands Olympic Baseball Team in Beijing Summer Games.
2008 ������� MLB Futures Game at NYY.
2006 ������� Inaugural World Baseball Classic participant (Netherlands).

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2004 ������� Signed with SFG as a non-drafted free agent, February 10.
2006 ������� Acquired by WAS in exchange for LHP Mike Stanton, July 28.

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 9.0 IP, 5/2/09 vs. STL
WINNING STREAK........................... 6 games, 9/23/08 - 5/13/09
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 9, 9/12/08 at FLA
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

SIGNED BY
Philip Elhage (Giants)

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
— 0 0 0 0 0 0
1.000
20
8
22
0
30
1

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IN REVIEW

MARTIS

PERSONAL
Shairon B. Martis...is the 15th native of the Netherlands Antilles to play in the big leauges...joins the likes of Roger
Bernadina, Andruw Jones, Jair Jurrjens, Eugene Kingsale, Hensley Muelens, Sidney Ponson and Wladimir Balentien.

PLAYERS

2004
With 63 K’s and 17 walks, posted 3.7/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio in first professional season pitching for the DSL Giants.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2006
Thanks to mid-season trade, pitched for 4 teams at 3 levels in 2 organizations, yet went 7-8 with a 3.99 ERA in 22 starts.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2007
In first full season in the Nationals’ chain, paced Nationals minor leaguers with 14 wins and 151.0 innings pitched.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2008
Was the 2nd-youngest pitcher in the big leagues...debuted on Sept. 4 at ATL at age of 21 years, 5 months, 6 days...only
LAD’s Clayton Kershaw (20, 2, 6) was younger in 2008...earned first big league win, September 23 vs. FLA to become
the youngest franchise pitcher to earn an initial big league win since Ugueth Urbina (May 14, 1995 at NYM)...ade MLB
debut on September 4 at ATL and took the loss...with C Luke Montz, formed the first battery in which both the pitcher
and catcher were making an MLB debut since Luther Hackman and Ben Petrick turned the trick for COL, September 1,
1999 vs. PIT...Combined to go 5-6 with a 3.64 ERA in 21 starts for Triple-A Columbus and Double-A Harrisburg...3.64
ERA ranked 4th among Nationals minor-league pitchers (minimum 100.0 innings).

HISTORY AND
RECORDS
SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.
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MEDIA
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HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

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COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Ryan Mattheus • RHP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

69

R
Born
11/10/83 Galt, CA
R
’11 Opening Day Age
27
6’3”
MLB Service
0.000
215
Acquired from COL along with RHP Robinson Fabian in exchange for
LHP Joe Beimel, July 31, 2009

MATTHEUS CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2004
Casper
3
3 4.94 7 7 0 0 0 27.1 27 16 15 2 5 14 16 5.3 7 0
.262
2005
Asheville
7
6 5.82 23 23 0 0 0 128.1 142 90 83 16 12 52 102 7.2 14 0
.278
2006 Modesto
7
12 5.19 28 28 1 1 0 156.0 198 103 90 5 11 65 131 7.6 6 1 .313
2007 Tulsa
9
11 5.56 26 26 1 0 0 158.2 182 100 98 13 14 55 102 5.8 5 0 .294
2008
Tulsa
2
5 3.28 58 0 0 0 17 57.2 50 27 21 5 1 27 56 8.7 6 0
.245
2009
Modesto
0
1
2.08 3 0 0 0 0 4.1 2 1 1 0 1 2 2 4.2 0 0
.133
Tulsa
0
1
3.60 3 0 0 0 0 5.0 3 2 2 0 0 1 5 9.0 0 0
.200
Col. Springs 1
1
4.32
13 0 0 0 0 16.2 19 8 8 3 0 8 20
10.8 0 0
.288
2010
GCL Nationals 0
1
1.50 6 3 0 0 0 6.0 5 2 1 0 0 1 6 9.0 1 0
.227
Vermont
1
0
0.00 4 1 0 0 0 5.1 3 1 0 0 0 2 5 8.4 0 0
.150
MINORS TOTALS
30
41 5.08 171 88 2 1 17 565.1 631 350 319 44 44 227 445 7.1 39 1 .286

CAREER
Last name is pronounced as if it were “Matthews”...continues return to health after July 2009 “Tommy John” ligamentreplacement surgery, a condition that the Nationals had full knowledge of prior to acquisition from COL.
2010
Didn’t pitch until July 31 in first year with Nationals...notched 0.79 ERA in 11 games for Vermont and GCL Nationals.
2009
Combined on a 3.81 ERA in 19 relief appearances for Triple-A Colorado Springs, Double-A Tulsa and Single-A Modesto.
2008
Converted to bullpen...pitched in both MLB Futures Game at Yankee Stadium and the Texas League All-Star Game.
2007
Won a career-best 9 games in first season with Tulsa...also registered career high with 158.2 innings.
2006
Posted career highs with 28 starts and 131 strikeouts pitching for Modesto of the Single-A California League.
2005
Pitching for Ashville of the Single-A South Atlantic League, registered 7 wins in first full season as a pro.

PERSONAL
Ryan Mattheus...played college ball at Sacramento City College...was drafted by COL in 2003 as a draft and follow...
didn’t sign with the Rockies until May 30, 2004 after going 5-0 with a 3.26 ERA for SCC in the spring of 2004.

MATTHEUS

MEDIA

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PARK

2004
Made professional debut with 7 starts for Casper of the Rookie-level Northwest League.

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AWARDS & HONORS
2008 ������� MLB Futures Game at NYY.
2008 ������� Texas League All-Star (mid-season).

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2003 ������� Selected by COL in 19th round of the First-Year Player Draft.
2009 ������� Acquired by WAS with RHP Robinson Fabian in exchange for LHP Joe Beimel,
July 31.
SIGNED BY
Gary Wilson (Rockies)

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
8/28/81 Pinar del Rio, Cuba
R
’11 Opening Day Age
29
5’11” MLB Service
0.027
170
Signed as free agent, July 31, 2010

PLAYERS

MAYA CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2010
GCL Nationals 0
0
1.29 2 2 0 0 0 7.0 3 2 1 0 1 2 5 6.4 0 0
.125
Potomac
0
1
13.50 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 7 6 6 1 1 3 4 9.0 1 0
.389
Syracuse
1
1
0.87 2 2 0 0 0 10.1 8 2 1 0 0 5 9 7.8 2 1
.211
Washington 0
3 5.88 5 5 0 0 0 26.0 30 18 17 3 2 11 12 4.2 2 3
.294
MINORS TOTALS
1
2 3.37 5 5 0 0 0 21.1 18 10 8 1 2 10 18 7.6 3 1
.225
MLB TOTALS
0
3 5.88 5 5 0 0 0 26.0 30 18 17 3 2 11 12 4.2 2 3
.294

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

29

Yunesky Maya • RHP

CAREER BATTING RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2010 Washington .143 5 7 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2
0 0 0 4 0 0
.143
.143
.286
0
MLB TOTALS
.143 5 7 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2
0 0 0 4 0 0
.143
.143
.143
0
WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
1
0
0.00 3 0 0 0 0 3.0 4 0 0 0 1 2 2 6.0 0 0
.308
0
0
4.50 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 9.0 0 0
.143
1
0
1.80 4 0 0 0 0 5.0 5 1 1 1 1 2 4 7.2 0 0
.250

2010
IN REVIEW

YEAR
CLUB
2006
Cuba
2009
Cuba
WBC TOTALS

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2010
Upon signing a big league contract with the Nationals on July 31, began domestic career with 5 starts in the minor leagues
before making 5 September starts with Washington...when starting, the Nationals went 0-5, however, received just 2 runs
of offensive support while in the game...made MLB debut on Sept. 7 vs. NYM and took the loss, allowing 4 runs in 5.0
innings...in the debut, registered first career strikeout by fanning Angel Pagan in the 2nd inning...went 1-2 with a 3.38
ERA (8 ER/21.1 IP) in 5 minor-league starts after debuting as a pro with the Rookie-level GCL Nationals, Aug. 13...
in minors, combined on a .225 batting average against, 7.6 strikeouts per 9.0 innings pitched and induced 3 GIDPs.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CAREER
Joined the Nationals’ rotation in Sept. ‘10 after a stellar career in the Cuban National Series, which is Cuba’s Major
League Baseball equivalent...pitching for the Pinar Del Rio Vegueros, earned Cuba’s equivalent of the Cy Young in 2009,
going 13-4 with seven complete games and a 2.22 ERA...during his six-year career with Pinar del Rio, went 48-29
with a 2.51 ERA...in Sept. 2009, defected from Cuba to the Dominican Republic to set the stage for signing with the
Nationals...has been known to throw as many as 6 different pitches according to scouts.

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC
Pitched for Cuba in 2006 and 2009 World Baseball Classics...earned win in lone WBC decision, March 8, 2006 vs. Panama.

NATIONALS
PARK

PERSONAL
Yunesky Maya...first name is pronounced “Yu-nesky.”

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2010 ������� Signed with Washington as a non-drafted free agent (Major League contract),
July 31.
SIGNED BY
Johnny DiPuglia (Nationals)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 5 1 4 0 5 0
1.000 5 1 4 0 5 0

MEDIA

MAYA

AWARDS & HONORS
2009 ������� Cuban National Series Pitcher of the Year (equivalent of Cy Young)

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 6.0 IP, 9/13/10 at ATL
WINNING STREAK........................... None
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 4, 10/2/10 at NYM
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

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HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

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COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Cla Meredith • RHP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

52

R
Born
6/4/83 Richmond, VA
R
’11 Opening Day Age
27
6’0”
MLB Service
3.162
190
Signed as minor-league free agent, February 2, 2011

YEAR
CLUB
2004
Augusta
Sarasota
2005
Portland
Pawtucket
Boston
Wilmington
2006
Pawtucket
Portland
San Diego
2007
San Diego
2008
San Diego
Portland
2009
San Diego
Baltimore
2010
Baltimore
Norfolk
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS

MEREDITH CAREER RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
1
0
0.00
13 0 0 0 6 15.1 8 0 0 0 2 3 18
10.6 0 0
.148
0
2
2.20
16 0 0 0 12 16.1 15 4 4 0 1 3 16 8.8 0 0
.234
1
0
0.00
12 0 0 0 9 15.0 5 0 0 0 1 3 12 7.2 0 0
.106
2
5 5.59 40 0 0 0 10 48.1 63 30 30 6 1 12 42 7.8 2 0
.312
0
0
27.00 3 0 0 0 0 2.1 6 7 7 1 1 4 0 0.0 1 0
.462
0
0
0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
18.0 0 0
.250
0
0
5.27 8 0 0 0 0 13.2 16 9 8 1 0 5 14 9.2 0 0
.302
3
0
1.39
24 0 0 0 2 32.1 26 5 5 2 0 4 24 6.7 0 0
.222
5
1
1.07
45 0 0 0 0 50.2 30 6 6 3 2 6 37 6.6 0 2
.170
5
6 3.50 80 0 0 0 0 79.2 94 38 31 6 3 17 59 6.7 3 1
.296
0
3 4.09 73 0 0 0 0 70.1 79 34 32 6 1 24 49 6.3 2 0
.290
0
0
2.70 6 0 0 0 0 6.2 6 2 2 0 0 3 4 5.4 0 1
.231
4
2 4.17 35 0 0 0 0 36.2 47 19 17 1 2 13 20 4.9 3 0
.324
0
0 3.77 29 0 0 0 0 28.2 26 12 12 3 2 12 17 5.3 0 0
.252
0
2
5.40
21 0 0 0 1 15.0 18 9 9 4 1 4 7 4.2 0 0
.300
1
2 6.00 20 0 0 0 0 27.0 32 21 18 2 2 12 17 5.7 1 0
.291
8
9 3.43
140 0 0 0 39 175.2 172 71 67 11 7 45 149 7.6 3 1
.254
14
14 3.62 286 0 0 0 1 283.1 300 125 114 24 12 80 189 6.0 9 3 .276

YEAR
CLUB
2010 Baltimore
MLB TOTALS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
— 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 — — —
0
.000 286 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .000 .000 3

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
YEAR CLUB, OPP. W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
2006
SDP vs. STL 0
0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 0 3.2 3 2 0 0 1 0 3 0 0
.231

CAREER
Veteran submariner returns to roots...grew up and still resides in nearby Richmond, VA (105 miles south of DC)...picked
up sidearm pitching motion by watching Cal Ripken play shortstop on TV as a youth...honed that pitching motion while
playing in the Clark Griffith League, an amateur summer ball circuit based in/around DC.
2010
Began season with Baltimore...pitched in 21 games for BAL during season’s first 7 weeks, but was optioned to Norfolk
of the Triple-A International League on May 28 and did not return to the big leagues...while with the O’s, posted first
career save, April 25 at Fenway Park, retiring the only 2 batters faced (Darnell McDonald, Marco Scutaro) with the tying
and winning runs on base in BAL’s 7-6 win...worked scoreless relief in 12 of first 14 appearances with the O’s...with
Norfolk, registered a 1.69 ERA in 7 Aug. appearances.
2009
Pitched in 64 games for SDP and BAL, going a combined 4-2 with 4 holds and a 3.99 ERA...was acquired by the Orioles, July 19...from there, stranded 18 of 21 inherited baserunners en route to posting a 3.77 ERA in 29 AL contests.
2008
Pitched in 73 games, 2nd among Padres...worked scoreless ball 53 times in those 72 appearances...11 holds ranked
2nd among Friars...pitched better on the road (3.03 ERA) as opposed to pitcher-friendly Petco Park (5.40).

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MEREDITH

SIGNED BY
Jeff Zona (Red Sox)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 21 0 5 0 5 0
.957 286
19
47
3
69
3

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2004 ������� Selected by BOS in 6th round of First-Year Player Draft.
2006 ������� Acquired by SDP with C Josh Bard and cash considerations in exchange for C
Doug Mirabelli, May 1.
2009 ������� Acquired by BAL in exchange for INF Oscar Salazar, July 19.
2011 ������� Signed with Washington as a minor-league free agent, Feb. 2.

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. None
WINNING STREAK........................... 5 games, 8/20/06 - 4/4/07
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 4, 7/22/08 at CIN
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

OPPORTUNITY

2007 (11)
2008 (10)
RHP Winston Abreu
RHP Collin Balester
LHP Mike Bacsik
LHP Michael Hinckley
1B/3B Tony Batista
LHP Ray King [OD]
2B Ronnie Belliard [OD]
LHP Charlie Manning
RHP Jesus Colome [OD]
LHP Mike O’Connor
C/1B Robert Fick [OD]
INF Pete Orr
INF D’Angelo Jimenez
LHP Odalis Perez [OD]
LHP Ray King [OD]
RHP Brian Sanches
LHP Arnie Munoz
RHP Steven Shell
RHP Jason Simontacchi
C Wil Nieves
1B Dmitri Young [OD]

2009 (11)
C Josh Bard [OD]
LHP Jesus Colome
INF Alex Cintron
LHP Wil Ledezma [OD]
RHP J.D. Martin
INF Pete Orr
OF Jorge Padilla
OF Corey Patterson
RHP Jorge Sosa
RHP Julian Tavarez [OD]
RHP Jordan Zimmermann

2010 (6)
RHP Miguel Batista [OD]
C Jamie Burke
RHP Livan Hernandez
RHP Joel Peralta
RHP Drew Storen
RHP Willy Taveras [OD]

NATIONALS
PARK

2006 (12)
LHP Micah Bowie
LHP Bill Bray
SS Royce Clayton [OD]
OF Alex Escobar
C Wiki Gonzalez
RHP Kevin Gryboski
C Brandon Harper
OF George Lombard
RHP Santiago Ramirez
RHP Saul Rivera
OF Mike Vento
1B Daryle Ward [OD]

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

In 6 seasons in DC, 57 players (Ray King and Pete Orr twice) have played in at least one game with the Nationals despite entering that same Spring Training
as a non-roster invitee...12 times players have earned spots on the Nationals’ Opening Day 25-man roster (designated by [OD])...a closer look:
2005 (7)
INF Carlos Baerga
RHP Hector Carrasco
OF Jeffrey Hammonds
RHP Sun-woo Kim
C Keith Osik
INF Rick Short
OF Brandon Watson




2010
IN REVIEW

PERSONAL
Olise Claibourne (Cla) Meredith...goes by Cla (“Clay”), full name is pronounced (AH-liss CLAY-burn)...is an alum of Virginia
Commonwealth University in Richmond...departed as VCU’s all-time leader in career ERA (2.52) and single-season ERA
(1.19 as a sophomore, which in ‘03 ranked 2nd in NCAA)...earned All-Colonial Athletic Association First-Team status
after going 6-0 with 8 saves and a in 2003...pocketed 7 saves and struck out 84 in 67.0 innings, or 11.3 per 9.0 innings, as a junior in 2004...fanned 9.7 per 9.0 innings during 3-year collegiate career with the Rams.

PLAYERS

2004
Fashioned a 1.14 ERA in 29-game professional debut with Sarasota of the Single-A Florida State League and Augusta
of the Single-A South Atlantic League...notched a 5.7/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio and pocketed 18 saves for the 2 clubs...
did not allow a run in 15.1 innings spanning 13 South Atlantic League appearances.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2005
Jetted through the Red Sox’s system...aggressively began ‘05 with Portland of the Double-A Eastern League and by
season’s end had made MLB debut with 3 relief appearances with BOS...upon making MLB debut in Game 2 of May 8
doubleheader vs. SEA, was 2nd member of 2004 Draft class to reach the big leagues (OAK’s Houston Street was first)...
tossed 12.0 scoreless innings to garner Red Sox’s Minor League Pitcher of the Month award for April.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2006
Turned in fantastic rookie campaign, going 5-1 with a career-high 16 holds and a 1.07 ERA in 45 games...began ‘06
with Triple-A Pawtucket and was dealt to the Padres organization on May 1...was assigned to Portland of the Triple-A
Pacific Coast League, but was recalled by the Padres for first of 2 big league stints on May 13...1.07 ERA and .170
batting average against were the lowest among MLB qualifying relief pitchers (min. 50.0 innings)...posted first MLB win
on May 13 at CHI...worked 33.2 consecutive scoreless innings spanning 28 appearances from July 18-Sept. 12...the
33.2-inning run was the longest scoreless innings streak registered by a relief pitcher since the live ball era began in 1920.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2007
Posted career-best 85.3 ground-ball percentage in career-high 80 appearances (tied 7th in NL) with SDP...notched 10
holds...began season with 14.0 scoreless innings in April.

MEDIA
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SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Garrett Mock • RHP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

49

R
Born
4/25/83 Houston, TX
R
’11 Opening Day Age
27
6’4”
MLB Service
2.005
228
Acquired from ARI along with LHP Matt Chico in exchange for
RHP Livan Hernandez, August 7, 2006

MOCK CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2004
Yakima Bears 2
0
1.54 5 5 0 0 0 23.1 18 8 4 1 0 4 14 5.4 0 0
.228
South Bend 3
2 3.00 8 8 1 0 0 54.0 49 21 18 2 2 12 37 6.2 2 2
.251
2005
Lancaster 14
7 4.18 28 28 0 0 0 174.1 202 95 81 19 9 33 160 8.3 7 0
.284
2006
Tennessee
4
8 4.95 23 23 0 0 0 131.0 144 81 72 14 7 50 117 8.0 5 0
.280
Harrisburg 0
4
10.26 4 4 0 0 0 16.2 29 21 19 2 2 5 9 4.9 1 0
.387
2007
Harrisburg 1
5 5.79 11 11 0 0 0 51.1 66 41 33 5 3 28 41 7.2 7 0
.311
Potomac
1
0
0.00 1 1 0 0 0 6.0 3 0 0 0 1 1 5 7.5 0 0
.143
GCL Nationals 0
2
4.70 3 2 0 0 0 7.2 11 7 4 3 0 1 8 9.4 0 0
.333
2008
Columbus
6
3 3.01 19 17 0 0 0 104.2 98 41 35 9 6 25 96 8.3 5 1
.249

Washington 1
3 4.17 26 3 0 0 0 41.0 37 20 19 4 0 23 46 10.1 3 1
.239
2009
Syracuse
5
1 2.65 13 8 1 1 2 51.0 36 15 15 2 3 13 48 8.5 3 0
.199
Washington 3
10 5.62 28 15 0 0 0 91.1 114 65 57 9 1 44 72 7.1 10 0
.308
2010 Washington 0
0
5.40 1 1 0 0 0 3.1 4 2 2 2 0 5 3 8.1 0 0
.286
Potomac
0
1
4.50 2 2 0 0 0 8.0 12 4 4 1 3 0 9
10.1 1 0
.364
Harrisburg 0
1
7.20 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 6 4 4 1 1 2 0 0.0 0 0
.353
Syracuse
1
1
4.09 2 2 0 0 0 11.0 11 5 5 0 0 3 6 4.9 2 0
.256
Hagerstown 0
0
0.00 1 1 0 0 0 3.0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 9.0 0 0
.100
MINORS TOTALS
37
35 4.09 121 113 2 1 2 647.0 686 343 294 59 37 178 553 7.7 33 3 .272
MLB TOTALS
4
13 5.17 55 19 0 0 0 135.2 155 87 78 15 1 72 121 8.0 13 1
.288
CAREER BATTING RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2010 Washington .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
MLB TOTALS
.069 55 29 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 17 0 0 .069 .100 .169 3

CAREER
Strong-framed righthander hopes for return to full health after making just one start in 2010...is 3-11 with a 5.68 ERA
(61 ER/96.2 IP) in 19 career big league starts, 4 of which have been quality starts...is 1-2 with 4 holds and a 3.92 ERA
(17 ER/39.0 IP) in 36 career appearances out of the bullpen...all 4 career wins have come in the month of August...in
the aftermath of Hurricane Ike—which made a direct hit on hometown of Houston on September 13, 2008—spearheaded
the Nationals charitable efforts in conjunction with MLB’s Gulf Coast Ike Relief Fund.
2010
Made only one start (no-decision, April 9 at NYM, allowed 2 ER in 3.1 innings) before being placed on the 15-Day DL,
April 15 (retro to April 11), with a right cervical disk injury...April 30, had cervical discectomy procedure performed by
Dr. Drew Dossett in Arlington, TX...made 6 minor-league starts in Aug. and posted a 4.33 ERA.
2009
Spent majority of season in big leagues, going 3-10 with 4 holds and a 5.62 ERA in 28 games/15 starts for the Nationals...combined to go 8-11 with 2 saves and a 4.69 ERA in 41 combined games/23 starts for Washington and Triple-A
Syracuse...began ‘09 season with Syracuse, but was recalled to DC, April 20...pitched in relief for a month before
returning to Triple-A to work in starting role...was member of Washington’s 2nd-half rotation...pitched better on the road
(2-3, 4.47 ERA, 14 games/8 starts) than at Nationals Park (1-7, 7.02 ERA, 14 games/7 starts)...all 3 wins came in
August (3-2, 3.31 ERA, 6 starts)...won back-to-back starts August 8 vs. ARI and August 14 at CIN...at original teams’
expense, earned first career win in a starting role in a 5-2 victory, Aug. 8 vs. ARI...in 6.0 strong innings, was touched for
2 runs on 5 hits...walked 3, struck out 7...with May 21 option to Syracuse, shifted into starting role...in 8 dominating IL
starts, went 5-1 with a 1.52 ERA...in those 8 starts, walked 8, struck out 46 (5.8/1 K-to-BB ratio) and posted a .201
batting average against...was named IL Pitcher of the Week for the period ending June 28 (2-0, 0.60 ERA, 2 starts).

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MOCK

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
— 1 0 0 0 0 0
.875
55
9
12
3
24
0

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 7.0 IP, 9/20/09 at NYM
WINNING STREAK........................... 2 games, 8/8/09 - 8/14/09
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 9, 8/11/08 at MIL
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

MEDIA

SIGNED BY
Trip Couch (Diamondbacks)

NATIONALS
PARK

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2004 ������� Selected by ARI in 3rd round of First-Year Player Draft.
2006 ������� Acquired by WAS with LHP Matt Chico in exchange for RHP Livan Hernandez,
August 7.

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

AWARDS & HONORS
2006 ������� Diamondbacks No. 7 prospect as rated by Baseball America.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

PERSONAL
Garrett Lee Mock...played 2 seasons at the University of Houston (2003-04)...majored in kineseology and adolescent
development...capped UH career with a 9-9 record and a 4.15 ERA in 31 games (27 starts)...was teammates at Houston
in 2003 with former National RHP Ryan Wagner...was a Cape Cod League All-Star in 2003...finished 2-3 with a 4.17
ERA in 7 games (6 starts) with the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox to garner the citation...in 2002, played JC ball at Grayson
County (TX) College, going 11-2 with a 2.04 ERA...is a 2001 graduate of North Shore (TX) High...during off-season,
coaches a select high school baseball team.

2010
IN REVIEW

2004
In pro debut, posted a 2.56 ERA in 13 starts for Yakima of the short-season Single-A Northwest League and South
Bend of the Single-A Midwest League...with Yakima, did not allow an earned run in first 4 pro starts...with South Bend,
pocketed complete-game victory, August 17 at Cedar Rapids...with the complete-game, was named MWL Pitcher of
the Week for the period ending August 22...earned win in lone MWL post-season start, September 8 vs. Fort Wayne.

PLAYERS

2005
In finest pro campaign with Lancaster, led the hitter-friendly Single-A California League with 14 wins and 160 strikeouts
in 28 starts...the 160 K’s led all ARI farmhands...earned CL mid-season and year-end All-Star honors...ranked among
CL leaders in starts (2nd) and innings pitched (2nd, 174.1) and ERA (4th, 4.18)...walked only 33, or 1.7 per 9.0
innings...worked season-high 8.0 innings 5 times...pitched in the California League-Carolina League All-Star Game.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2006
Career changed paths with trade to Nationals, August 7...tossed 14.2 straight scoreless innings in back-to-back starts
to close out that stretch...posted a pair of 10-strikeout performances: May 19 at Carolina (G2) and June 29 at Carolina.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2007
Missed season’s first 3 months (left knee, right shoulder) before going 1-5 with a 5.79 ERA in 11 starts with Harrisburg
of the Double-A Eastern League...after 6-week DL stint with a left-knee injury, tossed 6.0 scoreless innings on May 15
with Potomac of the Single-A Carolina League, but returned to the DL with right shoulder bursitis...earned lone EL win,
August 15 vs. Akron, yielding 2 runs on 6 hits in 6.0 innings...following the season, went 1-2 with a 4.78 ERA in 8
games (7 starts) for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2008
In first exposure to the big leagues, went 1-3 with a 4.17 ERA and a .239 batting average against in 26 games (3 starts)...
enjoyed 4 stints with Washington...made 2 spot starts in June before rejoining the club in late July...was immediately
shifted to the bullpen with good success...went 1-0 with a 2.42 ERA (7 ER/26.0 IP) and a .181 (17-for-94) BAA in 23
relief appearances...offered scoreless relief in 18 games...joined Washington for first time on June 8 to make spot start
vs. SFG...in MLB debut later that night, took the loss after allowing 4 runs and 7 hits in 4.1 innings...following game,
was optioned to Triple-A Columbus...recalled from Columbus to start June 21 contest vs. TEX...pitched well, striking out
8, but received suspect defense and took the loss in a 13-3 setback...fanned Josh Hamilton in the first inning to record
first big league strikeout...was recalled from Columbus for 3rd time, July 22...made first career relief appearance, July
26 at LAD, tossing 1.0 perfect inning...pitching in front of parents for first time, worked scoreless 8th inning and was
rewarded with first big league win in come-from-behind 8-4 victory, August 31 vs. ATL...sported a 3.18 road ERA and
a .161 batting average against in 12 appearances (one start)...posted a 1.93 ERA September...struck out a career-best
9 in August 11 start at MIL...went 6-3 with a 3.01 ERA in 19 games (17 starts) with Columbus...earned mid-season
International League All-Star honors...allowed 3 earned runs or less in 16 of 17 starts...in 6 May starting assignments,
posted a 2.19 ERA (9 ER/37.0 IP) and a 7.5 strikeout-to-walk ratio (30 K/4 BB)...in best start of season, May 28 vs.
Louisville (CIN), allowed one run on 2 hits and struck out 9 in 7.0 innings...claimed Columbus Player of the Month
honors for July after going 2-1 with a 2.52 ERA (7 ER/25.0 IP) and 28 strikeouts against just 6 walks in 4 starts...
registered a stingy .201 (30-for-194) BAA when facing opposing right-handed batters.

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COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Nyjer Morgan • CF

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

1

L
Born
7/2/80 San Francisco, CA
L
’11 Opening Day Age
30
6’0”
MLB Service
2.120
175
Acquired from PIT along with LHP Sean Burnett in exchange for
RHP Joel Hanrahan and OF Lastings Milledge, June 30, 2009

MORGAN CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2003
Williamsport .343 72 268 49 92 107 7 4 0 23 10 0 13 33 44 26 17 .439 .399 .838 2
2004 Hickory
.255 134 514 83 131 173 16 7 4 41 10 6 33 53 120 55 16 .358 .337 .695 9
2005
Lynchburg .286 60 252 36 72 90 12 3 0 24 3 4 7 11 40 24 10 .328 .357 .685 5
2006
Lynchburg .303 61 228 43 69 82 7 3 0 22 7 4 15 20 40 38 11 .390 .360 .750 2
Altoona
.306 56 219 39 67 86 6 5 1 10 7 0 3 15 28 21 11 .359 .393 .752 4
2007
Indianapolis .305 44 164 30 50 58 4 2 0 10 2 0 3 15 28 26 7 .374 .354 .728 3
*GCL Pirates .308 4 13 3 4 7 0 0 1 1 0
0 1 2 3 0 0
.438
.538
.976
0
Pittsburgh
.299 28 107 15 32 46 3 4 1 7 1 0 1 9 19 7 3 .359 .430 .789 1
2008
Indianapolis .298 82 322 54 96 120 13 4 1 33 5 0 7 18 47 44 8 .349 .373 .722 1
Pittsburgh
.294 58 160 26 47 60 13 0 0 7 1 1 3 10 32 9 5 .345 .375 .720 1
2009
Pittsburgh .277 71 278 39 77 99 6 5 2 27 5 4 5 29 49 18 10 .351 .356 .707 1
Washington .351 49 191 35 67 83 9 2 1 12 5 1 4 11 25 24 7 .396 .435 .831 3
2010 Washington .253 136 509 60 129 160 17 7 0 24 15 3 10 40 88 34 17 .319 .314 .633 5
*Potomac .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
*Hagerstown .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 1 0 0
.250
.000
.250
0
MINOR TOTALS
.293 515 1986 337 581 723 65 28 7 164 44 14 82 168 351 234 80 .369 .364 .733 51
MLB TOTALS
.283 342 1245 175 352 448 48 18 4 77 27 9 23 99 213 92 42 .344 .360 .704 11
*—Rehab assignment

CAREER
First name is pronounced “NIGH-juhr”...brings enthusiasm, excessive speed and rarely rivaled defensive coverage to the
Nationals’ outfield alignment...is blessed with the brand of speed that the Nationals were lacking both on the basepaths
and in the outfield...at age of 16, left home to play major junior hockey in Canada for the Regina Pats of the Western
Hockey League...played portions of 2 seasons for the Pats.
2010
In first complete season as an everyday player, hit .253, posted a .319 OBP and swiped 34 bags (tied 3rd in NL) for
Washington…legged out a career-high 17 doubles…was caught stealing 17 times, the 2nd-highest total in MLB behind
only CWS’s Juan Pierre (18)…also ranked among NL leaders in bunt hits (tied first, 11), sacrifice hits (3rd, 15), HBP
(tied 6th, 10) and infield hits (tied 9th, 22)…went 3-for-4 and scored team season-best 4 runs in a 14-4 win on May
31 at HOU...posted 4 hits, a double, one RBI, scored 3 runs and made a gravity-defying over-the-wall catch of a wouldbe Corey Patterson home run on June 25 at BAL...swiped 3 bases in a 7-1 win on July 22 at CIN to set a Nationals
(2005-present) single-game record...also became the first DC-based big leaguer to swipe 3 bags in a game since Ken
Hamlin did just that in the nightcap of a July 15, 1962 twinbill at LAA...with 20, became the 2nd National (‘05-pres)
to swipe 20 bags prior to All-Star break, joining Alfonso Soriano (20 in ‘06)...paced MLB with 11 stolen bases in July…
from Sept. 17-24, served an 8-game suspension levied by MLB for 3 separate incidents during week of Aug. 21-28.
2009
Was acquired by Nationals on June 30 in season-altering trade that significantly shored up Washington’s faulty defensive...
provided spark at top of Nationals’ lineup after joining the Nationals from PIT in a 4-player trade on June 30...despite
missing the season’s final 5 weeks with a broken left hand, finished among NL leaders with 42 stolen bases (2nd), 14
bunt hits (tied for 2nd), 16 three-hit games (tied for 5th) and .307 batting average (tied for 10th)...13 outfield assists
ranked 3rd in NL and tied for 4th in MLB...in 49 contests with Washington, batted .351 with 35 runs scored, 9 doubles,
2 triples, one home run, 12 RBI and 24 stolen bases...14 stolen bases in July to set a Nationals (2005-present) record
for stolen bases in a single calendar month...hit .388 in July to rank 3rd in MLB...with 40 July safeties, set a Nationals
(‘05-pres.) mark for hits in the month of July and matched a Nationals’ record for hits in any calendar month...suffered
season-ending injury on August 27 at CHI, when he broke his left hand sliding safely into 3rd base on a stolen base
attempt in the first inning...led off the game with a walk then stole 2nd base and 3rd base and scored...surgery on left
hand (3rd metacarpal) performed by Dr. Thomas Graham on August 29 in Baltimore.

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SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2002

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2003
Batted .343 in 72 games in professional debut with Williamsport of the short-season Single-A New York-Penn League...
set career high in batting...named a NY-P League’s post-season All-Star after pacing the circuit in hits and ranking 2nd
in stolen bases, batting average and OBP (.439)...49 runs ranked 4th in the NY-P League...was named NY-P League
Player of the Week for the period ending July 20 (.480, 12-for-25, 8 runs, 4 RBI, 7 games)...hit safely in 17 straight
games at a .403 clip, July 31-August 16...closed strong, hitting .380 in August.

2010
IN REVIEW

2004
Established minor-league single-season career highs in games (134), runs (83), doubles (16), home runs (4) and RBI
(41) in lone season with Hickory of the Single-A South Atlantic League...ranked among SAL leaders in stolen bases
(2nd, 55) and games (3rd)...55 stolen bags ranked 8th in the minors...was hit by 33 pitches to rank 2nd in all of minor
league baseball...hit first professional home run, April 8 vs. Lake County...on May 14, was named SAL Player of the
Week...hit .412 with 10 runs scored and 7 RBI in 10 games to garner the citation...legged out inside-the-park homer
in first game of August 30 twinbill vs. Kannapolis...was successful on final 17 stolen base attempts...helped Crawdads
claim SAL title by hitting .400 (8-for-20) with 5 runs scored in 4 post-season contests.

PLAYERS

2005
In 60 games, hit .286 and stole 24 bags (4th in CL) in 60 games with Lynchburg despite missing the season’s first
half with a shoulder injury...hit safely in 11 straight games at a .353 clip, August 14-28...went 3-for-7 in 2 Carolina
League post-season contests.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2006
Combined to hit .304 with 13 doubles, 8 triples, one homer, 32 RBI and 59 stolen bases in 117 games with Lynchburg
of the Single-A Carolina League (61 games) and Altoona of the Double-A Eastern League (56)..was a Carolina League
All-Star...among those in PIT’s system, ranked 2nd in stolen bags and 3rd in batting...ranked 8th in the minor leagues
with those 59 stolen bags...posted 21-game hit streak with Lynchburg from April 24-May 29...was promoted to Double-A
on June 29...missed Eastern League playoffs due to season-ending right hamstring strain...following season, participated
in the Hawaiian Winter League...hit .294 with 20 stolen bases in 32 games with the Honolulu Sharks.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2007
Endured 10-week injury (dislocated left thumb, sustained May 13 vs. Ottawa) but made MLB debut with PIT in September...led the IL with 22 stolen bases at time of thumb injury...was recalled by PIT on September 1 and singled off
Matt Wise that night at MIL in first big league plate appearance...pocketed first RBI on September 4 at STL...made
“Willie Mays” style catch in deep center field to rob Ty Wigginton of extra bases on September 14 at HOU...hit first big
league homer, a first-inning lead-off blast off Doug Davis, Sept. 25 vs. ARI...capped ‘07 by hitting .409 during seasonending 11-game hit streak...following the season, swiped 10 bags in 24 games with Phoenix in the Arizona Fall League.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2008
Split season between PIT and Indianapolis of the Triple-A International League...was member of PIT’s Opening Day
roster...posted 6 straight multi-hit efforts from September 12-18...set career high with 4 hits, September 23 at MIL...
after August 19 recall, reached base safely in 25 of 27 starts with PIT, going 41-for-112 (.366) with 20 runs scored...
hit .354 in September to rank 9th in the NL...with Indianapolis, 44 stolen bags ranked 2nd in the IL...swiped 2 bags
in 3 consecutive games, June 12-14...hit .347 during 17-game hitting streak in the IL, June 17-July 17...matched
Indianapolis Indians record (Robert Fausett, May 14, 1936) with 5 stolen bases on August 15 vs. Durham.

Signed late (July 29) with the Pirates.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2002 ������� Selected by PIT in 33rd round of First-Year Player Draft.
2009 ������� Acquired by WAS with LHP Sean Burnett in exchange for RHP Joel Hanrahan
and OF Lastings Milledge, June 30.
SIGNED BY
Kevin Clouser (Pirates)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / OF
CAREER / OF

PCT.
.986
.987

G
134
323

PO
339
806

A
2
17

E
5
11

TC
346
834

DP
0
4

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 4, last 6/25/10 at BAL
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 3, 7/28/09 at MIL
HITTING STREAK............................ 9 games, last 7/24/10 - 8/2/10
MULTI-HR GAMES (0)..................... None
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (0)............. None
CAREER PINCH HOMERS (0)............ None

MEDIA

MORGAN

AWARDS & HONORS
2006 ������� Carolina League All-Star (mid-season).
2003 ������� New York-Penn League All-Star (post-season).

NATIONALS
PARK

PERSONAL
Nyjer Jamid Morgan...played 2 seasons of college baseball at Walla Walla (WA) College.

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COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Michael Morse • INF/OF

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

38

R
Born
3/22/82 Ft. Lauderdale, FL
R
’11 Opening Day Age
29
6’5”
MLB Service
3.114
230
Acquired from SEA in exchange for OF Ryan Langerhans, June 28, 2009

MORSE CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2000
ASL White Sox .256 45 180 32 46 60 6 1 2 24 0 5 1 15 29 5 2 .308 .333 .641
18
2001
Bristol Sox .227 57 181 23 41 66 7 3 4 27 0 0 9 17 57 6 2 .324 .365 .689
14
2002 Kannapolis
.257 113 417 43 107 151 30 4 2 56 7 2 8 25 73 7 6 .310 .362 .672 32
2003 Winston-Salem .245 122 432 45 106 170 30 2 10 55 2 2 7 25 91 4 4 .296 .394 .690 19
2004
Birmingham .287 54 209 30 60 112 9 5 11 38 0 1 1 15 46 0 3 .336 .536 .872
11
San Antonio .274 41 157 18 43 73 10 1 6 33 1 2 4 9 27 0 2 .326 .465 .791 9
2005
Tacoma
.253 49 182 20 46 74 12 2 4 23 1 2 2 16 36 1 0 .317 .407 .724 4
Seattle
.278 72 230 27 64 85 10 1 3 23 0 2 8 18 50 3 1 .349 .370 .719
13
2006
Tacoma
.248 57 206 23 51 83 15 1 5 34 1 4 3 14 46 0 1 .300 .403 .703 3
Seattle
.372 21 43 5 16 21 5 0 0 11 0 2 0 3 7 1 0 .396 .488 .884 0
2007
Tacoma
.309 76 291 48 90 134 26 0 6 39 1 3 3 26 47 5 3 .368 .460 .828 7
*AZL Mariners .200 5 15 2 3 4 1 0 0 2 0
0 0 3 0 0 1
.333
.267
.600
0
Seattle
.444 9 18 1 8 10 2 0 0 3 0
0 1 1 4 0 0
.500
.556
1.056
0
2008 Seattle
.222 5 9 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 0
0 1 1 4 0 0
.364
.333
.697
0
2009
Tacoma
.312 66 260 38 81 125 14 0 10 52 0 3 6 20 50 0 0 .370 .481 .851
10
Syracuse
.339 44 165 21 56 92 12 3 6 34 0 0 3 15 27 2 1 .404 .558 .962 1
Washington .250 32 52 4 13 25 3 0 3 10 0 0 0 3 16 0 0 .291 .481 .772 0
2010
Washington .289 98 266 36 77 138 12 2 15 41 0 1 4 22 64 0 1 .352 .519 .870 0
*Syracuse
.255 15 51 12 13 24 2 0 3 8 0 0 1 8 11 0 0 .367 .471 .838 0
MINOR TOTALS
.271 744 2746 355 743 1168 174 22 69 425 13 24 48 208 540 30 25 .330 .425 .755
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MLB TOTALS
.291 237 618 73 180 282 33 3 21 88 0 5 14 48 145 4 2 .353 .456 .810 12
*—Rehab assignment

CAREER
Offers underrated yet above-average bat and defensive versatility to Washington’s roster...has experience at all 3 outfield
positions as well as SS, 1B and 3B...during parts of 4 seasons (2005-08) with SEA, hit .300 (90-for-300) with 18
doubles, a triple, 3 home runs and 37 RBI in 107 games.
2010
In first consistent big league exposure, Washington’s secret slugger set career highs in every offensive category…while
playing in a career-high 98 games, batted .289 with .352 on-base and.519 slugging percentages…posted a .870 OPS
that ranked 3rd among Nationals (Zimmerman .899, Dunn .892) and would have ranked among the NL’s top 15 with
enough plate appearances to qualify…in fact, the .870 OPS trumped those registered by Ryan Braun (.866), Ryan
Howard (.859) and David Wright (.856), among others…home run rate (one per 17.7 at-bats) would have ranked among
the NL’s top 10 with enough at-bats to qualify…hit .302 with RISP, but somehow tallied only 41 RBI despite tallying 29
extra-base hits, including 15 home runs (4th among Nationals)…batted .301 on the road…went 5-for-17 (.294) with
a double, triple and 6 RBI in the pinch…hit 2 home runs in a game for the first time—both off Chris Narverson—and
tallied career-best 4 RBI on July 23 at MIL...solo shot in 2nd inning set stage for 6-2 win, August 19 at ATL...from 9th
inning on Aug. 27 through 3rd inning on Aug. 29, posted a hit in 7 straight plate appearances...posted career-best 4
hits via 4-for-4 performance in 14-6 win on Aug. 28 vs. STL...from April 11-May 16, endured a nearly 5-week stint on
the DL due to a left calf strain.
2009
Played in 32 contests with the Nationals after being acquired from SEA on June 28...went 6-for-19 (.353) with one
home run and a team-best 8 RBI as a pinch hitter...posted .389 on-base percentage and .588 slugging percentage in
the pinch...committed no errors in 82.2 defensive innings played despite playing 1B (11 games), RF (3), LF (2) and 3B
(1)...homered 3 times in 3 games from Sept 26-28...hit first career pinch-hit homer, a 3-run blast, off Tommy Hanson,
Sept. 26 vs. ATL...combined to hit .322 with 26 doubles, 3 triples, 16 homers and 86 RBI in 110 games with Triple-A
Tacoma (Mariners) and Syracuse...hit .339 with Syracuse, as 21 of 56 IL hits went for extra bases.

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2003
Led Winston-Salem of the Single-A Carolina League with 30 doubles and 42 extra-base hits...went 10-for-26 (.385) to
earn Carolina League Player of the Week honors for period ending July 30.

2001
In 57 contests with Bristol of the Rookie-level Appalachian League, led ballclub with 3 triples and 9 HBP.

PERSONAL
Michael John Morse...graduate of Nova (FL) High in Davie, FL...as senior, was First-Team All-State selection and was
recognized as the No. 7 shortstop in Florida by Baseball America.

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000
19
58
5
0
63
4
1.000
72 123
2
0 125
1
1.000 37 150 12 0 162 12
1.000
9
1
10
0
11
3
.946
57
91 120
12 223
34
1.000 100 159
6
0 165
2

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 4, 8/28/10 vs. STL
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 4, 7/23/10 at MIL
HITTING STREAK............................ 7 games, 6/14/05 - 6/20/05
MULTI-HR GAMES (1)..................... 7/23/10 at MIL (2)
CAREER GRAND SLAMS .................. None
CAREER PINCH HOMERS (1)............ 9/26/09 vs. ATL

MEDIA

MORSE

SIGNED BY
Jose Orta (White Sox)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / 1B
2009 / OF
CAREER / 1B
CAREER / 3B
CAREER / SS
CAREER / OF

NATIONALS
PARK

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2000 ������� Selected by CWS in 3rd round of First-Year Player Draft.
2004 ������� Acquired by SEA with C Miguel Olivo and OF Jeremy Reed in exchange for RHP
Freddy Garcia and C Ben Davis, June 27.
2009 ������� Acquired by WAS in exchange for OF Ryan Langerhans, June 28.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2000
Began pro career with CWS’s rookie-level club in Arizona League...hit 2 home runs and drove in 24 runs in 45 games.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2002
Posted team-best 30 doubles and finished 2nd on club with 107 hits, 56 RBI, 151 total bases and 36 extra-base hits
with Kannapolis of the Single-A South Atlantic League.

2010
IN REVIEW

2004
With mid-season trade from CWS to SEA, split season between Double-A Birmingham in Southern League and San
Antonio of the Double-A Texas League...hit grand slam and tallied 5 RBI on July 16 vs. Round Rock...represented SEA
organization in Arizona Fall League.

PLAYERS

2005
Made big-league debut appearing in 72 contests with SEA...ranked among AL rookies with a .278 batting average (3rd),
a .349 on-base percentage (3rd) and a .370 slugging percentage (10th)...was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on May 31
and debuted that night as pinch hitter (remained in game at SS) vs. TOR...made first start and collected first hit, June
3 vs. TBR...hit safely in 18 of first 24 games, going 30-for-76 (.395)...hit first big-league home run off Ryan Madson,
June 15 at Safeco Field...led MLB by hitting .472 (25-for-53) in Interleague Play...appeared defensively at SS and LF.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2006
In 3 stints with SEA, batted .372 (16-for-43) with 5 doubles and 11 RBI in 21 games...appeared defensively at 5
positions (1B, SS, 3B, LF and RF)...also served as SEA’s designated hitter at times...underwent right knee surgery for
torn meniscus, July 6...surgery was performed by Dr. Edward Khalfayan...returned to action on July 31 with Tacoma...
in 57 contests at Triple-A, registered 21 extra-base hits and 34 RBI.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2007
Spent most of injury-plagued season with Tacoma of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League, but garnered a Sept. recall to
SEA...reached base safely in first 7 games with SEA and posted a hits in first 6 of those contests, going 8-for-14 (.571)...
matched career high with 3 hits, including a walkoff single in bottom of 10th, in nightcap of Sept. 26 twinbill vs. CLE...
due to a sore left wrist, endured DL stints from May 29-June 14 and June 16-July 26...had surgery to repair fractured
hook of the hamate, performed by Dr. Edward Khalfayan and Dr. Carleton Keck, June 21.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2008
Made SEA’s Opening Day roster for first time of career, but played in only 5 games after suffered season-ending shoulder
dislocation and torn labrum while diving for ball in right field, April 13 vs. LAA...on April 22, had shoulder surgery
performed by Dr. Edward Khalfayan at Seattle Surgery Center.

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COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Laynce Nix • OF

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

YEAR
CLUB
2000
GCL Rangers
2001 Savannah
Charlotte
2002 Charlotte
2003
Frisco
Texas
2004 Texas
*Frisco
2005
Oklahoma

Texas
2006
Texas

Oklahoma
Nashville

Milwaukee
2007
Huntsville
Nashville

Milwaukee
2008 Nashville
Milwaukee
2009 Cincinnati
2010
Cincinnati
MINOR TOTALS
MLB TOTALS
* — Rehab assignment

20

L
Born
10/30/80 Houston, TX
L
’11 Opening Day Age
30
6’1”
MLB Service
5.070
220
Signed as a minor-league free agent, February 3, 2011

NIX CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.226 51 199 34 45 60 7 1 2 25 2 4 2 23 37 4 2 .307 .302 .609 1
.278 104 407 50 113 179 26 8 8 59 1 5 2 37 94 9 6 .337 .440 .777 0
.297 9 37 4 11 16 3 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 13 0 0 .316 .432 .748 5
.285 137 512 86 146 242 27 3 21 110 0 9 6 72 105 17 1 .374 .473 .847 3
.284 87 335 52 95 163 23 0 15 63 0 6 0 34 68 9 2 .344 .487 .831 3
.255 53 184 25 47 81 10 0 8 30 1 1 0 9 53 3 0 .289 .440 .729 5
.248 115 371 58 92 162 20 4 14 46 1 3 2 23 113 1 1 .293 .437 .730 1
.269 7 26 2 7 8 1 0 0 2 0
0 0 1
10 0 1
.296
.308
.604
0
.333 10 36 8 12 24 1 1 3 6 0 0 0 9 6 0 1 .467 .667
1.134 0
.240 63 229 28 55 91 12 3 6 32 0 2 0 9 45 2 0 .267 .397 .664 2
.094 9 32 1 3 4 1 0 0 4 0
1 1 0
17 0 0
.118
.125
.243
0
.269 77 286 39 77 123 14 1 10 55 1 3 6 18 77 4 1 .323 .430 .753 2
.412 18 68 16 28 56 5 1 7 13 0 0 1 4 18 0 0 .452 .824
1.276 0
.229 10 35 2 8 12 1 0 1 6 0 0 1 0 11 0 0 .250 .343 .593 0
.364 4 11 2 4 8 1 0 1 6 0
0 0 1 2 0 0
.417
.727
1.144
1
.268 95 347 60 93 187 20 1 24 74 0 5 3 31
104 5 0 .329 .539 .868 1
.000 10 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 .000 .000 .000 0
.284 103 380 63 108 205 22 3 23 60 0 2 2 36 88 5 3 .348 .539 .887 5
.083 10 12 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 .154 .083 .237 0
.239 116 309 42 74 147 26 1 15 46 0 4 2 22 81 0 1 .291 .476 .767 2
.291 97 165 16 48 75 11 2 4 18 2 0 0 15 39 0 1 .350 .455 .805 0
.280 702 2644 416 739 1271 150 20 114 475 4 34 22 267 622 53 17 .346 .481 .827 21
.243 483 1349 173 328 573 81 10 48 182 4 11 6 79 366 6 3 .286 .425 .711 10

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2008 MIL vs. PHI
NOT ON POST-SEASON ROSTER
2010
CIN vs. PHI .000 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0

CAREER
Veteran adds pop off the bench and ability to play all 3 outfield slots...was member of CIN’s Opening Day roster each
off the last 2 seasons despite entering both Spring Training camps as a non-roster invitee...has 20 pinch hits the last 2
seasons, leading the Reds in pinch safeties both years (12 in 2010, 8 in 2009)...has posted pair of double-digit homer
seasons (14 with TEX in 2004, 15 with CIN in 2009).
2010
Hit a career-best .291 in 97 games to help the Reds gain first post-season berth since 1996...following the All-Star
break, the Reds went 8-2 when a member of Dusty Baker’s starting lineup...on May 3 vs. NYM, hit pinch-hit gameending solo shot to lift Reds to 3-2 victory...started Game 3 of the NLDS vs. PHI...endured pair of DL stints (sprained
left ankle in Aug./Sept., sore back in May).
2009
In finest big league campaign, posted career highs with 115 games, 42 runs, 26 doubles, 15 home runs, .350 OBP
and .805 OPS in first season with CIN...received 70 starts, including a team-leading 60 in LF...from Aug. 5 through
season’s end, when in starting lineup, CIN went 13-4.
2008
Paced Nashville of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League with 23 home runs...enjoyed nearly month-long stint with the
Brewers, appearing in 10 games.

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2004
Started 100 games for TEX (99 in CF) in first complete MLB season (made 7-game rehab assignment after July DL
stint)...legged out 20 doubles and hit 14 homers for the Rangers.

2002
Was named Rangers Minor League Player of the Year and Florida State League MVP after hitting .285 with 27 doubles,
21 home runs and 110 RBI in 137 games for Single-A Charlotte...paced the Florida State League in games (137) and
RBI (110)...also ranked among FSL leaders in home runs (21, 2nd), hits (146, 2nd), total bases (242, 2nd), walks
(72, 3rd), runs (86, 3rd) and extra-base hits (51, 4th).

2010
IN REVIEW

2001
Combined to hit .279 with 8 homers and 61 RBI in 113 games with Rangers’ Single-A affiliates in Charlotte (Florida
State League) and Savannah (South Atlantic League).

PLAYERS

2003
Was a Texas League mid-season All-Star and was recalled by the Rangers on July 9 and spent remainder of season hitting .255 with 30 RBI in 55 games with TEX...made MLB debut on July 10 vs. MIN and stroked initial big league hit,
a single off Rick Reed...hit first MLB homer, a solo shot off Ben Weber, July 24 vs. ANA...was selected to play in MLB’s
Futures Game, but promotion to TEX procluded this.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2005
Posted 21 extra-base hits in 229 at-bats or 63 games with TEX despite beginning the season with Oklahoma of the
Triple-A Pacific Coast League.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2006
Played for both the Brewers and Rangers after being part of 6-player trade on July 28...on Sept. 14, had season-ending
surgery to alleviate “turf toe” on left big toe...surgery was performed by Dr. Richard Marks.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2007
Spent most of the season with Nashville...began season on MIL’s Disabled List with a strained right oblique muscle...
joined the Brewers as a September callup.

2000
Posted 23 walks in 51 games with GCL Rangers in professional debut.

NIX

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2000 ........ Selected by TEX in 4th round of First-Year Player Draft.
2006 ������� Acquired by MIL with RHP Francisco Cordero, OF Kevin Mench and LHP Julian
Cordero in exchange for OF Carlos Lee and OF Nelson Cruz, July 28.
2008 ........ Signed with CIN as a minor-league free agent, Dec. 16.
2011 ........ Signed with Washington as a minor-league free agent, Feb. 3.

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 4, last 4/23/05 at NYY
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 6, 5/20/05 vs. HOU
HITTING STREAK............................ 11 games, 8/7/03 - 8/21/03
MULTI-HR GAMES (5)..................... 9/16/03 vs. SEA (2)

4/25/04 vs. SEA (2)

5/21/04 vs. NYY (2)

6/2/09 at STL (2)

8/25/09 at MIL (2)
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (1) ........... 9/30/09 vs. STL off John Smoltz
CAREER PINCH HR (2)................... 4/28/09 vs. HOU

5/3/10 vs. NYM

SIGNED BY
Jay Eddings (Rangers)

PCT.
1.000
.987

G
55
392

PO
61
763

A
3
15

E
0
10

TC
64
788

DP
2
8

NATIONALS
PARK

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / OF
CAREER / OF

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

AWARDS & HONORS
2003 ������� Double-A Texas League All-Star (mid-season, post-season).
2002 ������� TEX’s Minor League Player of the Year.
2002 ������� Single-A Florida State League MVP.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

PERSONAL
Laynce Michael Nix...played quarterback and graduated from Midland (TX) High...bats and throws left-handed, but does
almost everything else right-handed (eats, writes, tennis, golf)...younger brother, Jayson, is an infielder with the Indians.

MEDIA
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COMMUNITY
RELATIONS
FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP
MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

PLAYERS
2010
IN REVIEW

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

R
Born
2/14/89 Goddard, KS
R
’11 Opening Day Age
22
6’0”
MLB Service
0.000
210
Selected in 4th round of 2007 First-Year Player Draft

NORRIS CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2007
GCL Nationals .203 37 123 16 25 47 6 2 4 15 0 1 2 25 38 2 1 .344 .382 .726 6
2008
Vermont
.278 70 227 42 63 105 12 0 10 38 0 4 8 63 56 11 9 .444 .463 .907
10
2009 Hagerstown .286 126 437 78 125 224 30 0 23 84 0 5 8 90 116 6 3 .413 .513 .926 18
2010
Potomac
.235 94 298 67 70 125 19 0 12 49 0 4 8 89 94 6 3 .419 .419 .838 7
MINOR TOTALS
.261 327 1085 203 283 501 67 2 49 186 0 14 26 267 304 25 16 .414 .462 .876 41

CAREER
Rated by many on a short list of the game’s finest catching prospects...in 290 games spanning 2 seasons (2008-09),
reached base via hit (258), walk (242) or HBP (24) a total of 524 times, or 1.81 times per contest...has thrown out 112
of 278 would-be basestealers (40%) as a professional thanks in part to defensive program instituted by the Nationals.
2010
Played in 94 games and posted a stellar .419 OBP, but was not at full health after having hamate removed in Oct.
‘09...regained full strength in Sept leading into Arizona Fall League...in 16 AFL contests, flashed live bat, hitting .278
(15-for-54) with 5 doubles, 2 triples, 4 home runs, 19 RBI, 11 walks and 10 runs scored...ranked among AFL leaders
in home runs (tied 3rd) and RBI (tied 5th)...with Carolina League champ Potomac, hit .235, but ranked 2nd in Carolina
League with a .419 OBP thanks to league-best 89 walks...ranked 3rd in CL in home ratio at 1/24.8 AB.

2008
In breakout season, led the short-season Single-A New York-Penn League with a Vermont-record 63 walks and a .444
on-base percentage...in 3 games, July 28-30, reached base in 16 of 18 plate appearances thanks to 6 hits and 10 walks.

PERSONAL
Derek R. Norris...is a 2007 graduate of Goddard (KS) High...in 2007, was Kansas Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year...
also earned spot on Louisville Slugger All-American team as a senior...began catching as a senior in high school...had
played 3B prior...signed Letter of Intent to play baseball at Wichita State (KS) before being drafted.

2007
Showed extra-base power in pro debut with the Nationals entry in the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League...despite hitting
just .203, posted a .382 on-base percentage thanks to 25 walks...12 of 25 hits went for extra bases.

NORRIS

MEDIA

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2009
Hit .286 with 30 doubles, 23 homers, 84 RBI and 78 runs scored in 126 games with Hagerstown of the Single-A South
Atlantic League...paced full-season Washington farmhands in home runs, walks (90), on-base percentage (.413), slugging percentage (.513) and OPS (.926)...following season, was named as the Best Batting Prospect and Best Power
Prospect in a Baseball America polling of SAL managers...ranked among SAL leaders in walks (first), OBP (first), homers
(2nd, 23), total bases (224), OPS (4th), runs (4th, 78), RBI (4th, 84), slugging (5th) and doubles (9th)...threw out 36
percent (51 of 151) of would-be basestealers...fractured hamate bone in last days of the Instructional League...surgery
to remove the hamate performed by Dr. Thomas Graham in Baltimore on Oct. 8.

NATIONALS
PARK

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

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Derek Norris • C

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AWARDS & HONORS
2010 ������� Nationals No. 2 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2010 ������� Carolina League No. 11 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2009 ������� Top Hitter in Single-A as rated by MiLB.com.
2009 ������� Nationals Minor League Player of the Year.
2009 ������� South Atlantic League All-Star (mid- and post-season).
2009 ������� South Atlantic League No. 4 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2009 ������� Nationals No. 6 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2008 ������� New York-Penn League No. 4 prospect as rated by Baseball America.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2007 ������� Selected by WAS in 4th round of First-Year Player Draft.
SIGNED BY
Ryan Fox (Nationals)

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
10/10/87 San Cristobal, DR
R
’11 Opening Day Age
23
6’3”
MLB Service
0.000
210
Selected from NYM in Major League Rule 5 Draft, December 9, 2010

PLAYERS

RAMIREZ CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2005
DSL Mets
2
6 6.53 16 6 0 0 0 40.0 48 38 29 2 5 23 24 5.4 9 1
.284
2006
DSL Mets
0
1 2.63 11 6 0 0 0 27.1 16 13 8 0 6 10 28 9.2 1 0
.165
2007
Kingsport
1
4 5.52 12 12 0 0 0 45.2 52 34 28 5 2 29 48 9.5 8 0
.280
2008
Savannah
6
7 3.67 18 18 0 0 0 81.0 81 38 33 1 3 36 62 6.9 8 0
.257
2009
Savannah
3
7 4.09 15 15 0 0 0 72.2 73 40 33 2 6 39 48 5.9 4 0
.261
2010
St. Lucie
4
3 4.17 49 0 0 0 0 73.1 56 37 34 0 9 43 65 8.0 8 0
.212
Binghamton 0
1
4.05 3 0 0 0 0 6.2 5 3 3 2 0 6 7 9.5 1 0
.208
MINOR TOTALS
16
29 4.36 124 57 0 0 0 346.2 331 203 168 12 31 186 282 7.3 39 1 .248

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

50

Elvin Ramirez • RHP

CAREER
Washington first of 2 selections in 2010 Rule 5 Draft...has been known to at times reach triple digits with fastball.

2009
In final season as starter, with Single-A Savannah, missed season’s final 2 months with a right shoulder strain.

2010
IN REVIEW

2010
First season pitching in relief...posted 8.1 strikeouts per 9.0 innings...notched a 1.85 ERA in Dominican Winter League.

2008
Allowed just one home run in 81.0 innings spanning 18 starts with Savannah.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2007
With Kingsport of the Rookie-level Appalachian League, averaged career-high 9.5 strikeouts per 9.0 innings.
2006
In repeat season with Rookie-level DSL Mets, posted 9.2 strikeouts per 9.0 innings en route to a 2.63 ERA.
2005
Debuted as a professional and allowed only 2 home runs in 40.0 innings with the DSL Mets.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2004 ������� Signed with NYM as a non-drafted free agent, Sept. 16.
2010 ������� Selected by Washington in the Rule 5 Draft, Dec. 9

SIGNED BY
Eddy Toledo and Rafael Bournegal (Mets)

NATIONALS
PARK

RAMIREZ

PERSONAL
Elvin (Rodriguez) Ramirez...attended Escuela Sergio A. Hernandez in the Dominican Republic.

A look at the Nationals/Expos’ history this millennium in the Major League phase of the Rule 5 Draft:
‘99
‘00
‘01
‘02
‘03
‘04

RHP Marty McLeary (5th overall, BOS)
Ted Rose (3rd, CIN)
RHP Joe Valentine (4th, CWS)
RHP Luis Ayala (14th, ARI)
INF Andy Fox (11th, TEX)
OF Tyrell Godwin (3rd, TOR), 3B Tony Blanco (12th, BOS)

YR PLAYER(S)

‘05 RHP Chris Booker (5th, DET)
‘06 C Jesus Flores (6th, NYM), RHP Levale Speigner (17th, MIN)
‘07 3B Matt Whitney (7th, CLE), OF Garrett Guzman (16th, MIN)
‘08 RHP Terrell Young (first, CIN)
‘09 OF Jamie Hoffman (first, LAD), then traded to NYY for RHP Brian Bruney.
‘10 RJP Elvin Ramirez (NYM), RHP Brian Broderick (STL)

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MEDIA

RULE 5

YR PLAYER(S)

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Wilson Ramos • C

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

YEAR
CLUB
2005
DSL Twins
2006
GCL Twins
2007
Beloit
2008 Fort Myers
2009
New Britain
*GCL Twins
2010
Rochester
Minnesota
Syracuse
Washington
MINOR TOTALS
MLB TOTALS
* — Rehab assignment

3

R
Born
8/10/87 Valencia, VZ
R
’11 Opening Day Age
23
6’0”
MLB Service
0.047
220
Acquired from MIN along with LHP Joe Testa in exchange for RHP Matt Capps
and cash considerations, July 29, 2010

RAMOS CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.252 39 127 16 32 42 5 1 1 15 1 3 1 8 13 1 0 .295 .331 .626 3
.286 46 154 18 44 67 12 1 3 26 1 3 2 12 14 4 2 .339 .435 .774 9
.291 73 292 40 85 128 17 1 8 42 0 0 5 19 61 1 1 .345 .438 .783 2
.288 126 452 50 130 196 23 2 13 78 0 5 6 37 103 0 1 .346 .434 .780 8
.317 54 205 31 65 93 16 0 4 29 0 1 2 6 23 0 0 .341 .454 .795 0
.316 5 19 4 6 18 1 1 3 6 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
.316
.947
1.263
4
.241 71 278 25 67 96 14 0 5 30 2 0 3 12 49 1 2 .280 .345 .624 5
.296 7 27 2 8 11 3 0 0 1 0
0 1 0 3 0 0
.321
.407
.729
0
.316 20 79 14 25 39 3 1 3 8 0 0 0 3 12 0 0 .341 .494 .835 0
.269 15 52 3 14 21 4 0 1 4 0 0 0 2 9 0 0 .296 .404 .700 0
.283 434 1606 198 454 679 91 7 40 234 4 12 19 97 275 7 6 .329 .423 .752 31
.278 22 79 5 22 32 7 0 1 5 0 0 1 2 12 0 0 .305 .405 .710 0

CAREER
Rookie generally regarded as one of MLB’s top catching prospects, as catch and throw skills are renown...possesses
soft hands behind the plate...has impressive strength and could hit for considerable power in the future...entered 2010
ranked by Baseball America as the Twins’ Best Power Hitter, Best Defensive Catcher and No. 2 overall prospect...is
the 4th Venezuelan catcher to wear the tools of ignorance for the Nationals (2005-present)...joins Jesus Flores, Wiki
Gonzalez and Carlos Maldonado on the Venezuelan backstops list.
2010
Combined to hit .278 with 7 doubles, one homer and 5 RBI in 22 games with MIN and Washington in initial big league
action...began year with Triple-A Rochester, but made MLB debut with the Twins via 4-for-5 effort, May 2 at CLE...
first hit was a single off Aaron Laffey...in 2nd game, May 3 vs. DET, went 3-for-4 and became the first big leaguer in
68 years to notch 7 hits in initial 2 contests...Nanny Fernandez of the 1952 Boston Braves was the last to do so....
was optioned to Rochester on May 12...remained there until being acquired by the Nationals in late July...was recalled
by the Nationals for a brief 3-game stint in Aug. and for all of September...first MLB homer was a 2-run blast off R.A.
Dickey, Sept. 8 vs. NYM...gunned down 24 of 48 (50%) would-be basestealers in 72 minor-league games...dominated
the Venezuelan Winter League (.322, 17 doubles, 9 home runs, 36 RBI, 47 games)...ranked among VWL leaders in
doubles (tied first), extra-base hits (2nd, 26), homers (tied 2nd), RBI (tied 4th) and batting (5th).
2009
Batted .317 with 4 homers and 29 RBI in 54 games with New Britain in Double-A Eastern League...led MIN full-season
minor leaguers in batting and on-base percentage...cited as No. 8 prospect in Eastern League by Baseball America.
2008
Posted career-best 13 home runs and 78 RBI in 126 games with Ft. Myers of Single-A Florida State League...rated as
Best Defensive Catcher and No. 8 prospect in FSL by Baseball America...gunned down 32 of 74 (43.2 %) of would-be
basestealers...23 doubles ranked 4th in FSL...played for Aragua in the Venezuelan Winter League.
2007
Hit .291 with 8 HR and 42 RBI in 73 games with Beloit of Single-A Midwest League...joined Beloit on June 2...placed
on DL for remainder of season with sprained right thumb, August 28...played for Aragua in the Venezuelan Winter League.
2006
Appeared in 46 contests with Rookie-level GCL Twins in first domestic campaign...fanned just 14 times in 154 AB...
following season, played in 6 games for the Tigres de Aragua of the Venezuelan Winter League.

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RAMOS

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2004......... Signed with MIN as a non-drafted free agent, July 7.
2010 ������� Acquired by WAS with LHP Joe Testa in exchange for RHP Matt Capps and
cash considerations, July 30.
SIGNED BY
Jose Leon (Twins)

CATCHERS THROWING STATS
YEAR
GS (W-L) C-CS
2010
21 (9-12)
1
CAREER
21 (9-12)
1

SBA
11
11

PO
137
137
CS%
9%
9%

A
10
10

E
0
0

PB
1
1

TC
147
147

DP
0
0

PB
1
1

CATCHER’S ERA
3.70 (79 ER/192.1 IP)
3.70 (79 ER/192.1 IP)

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 4, 5/2/10 at CLE
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 2, 9/8/10 vs. NYM
HITTING STREAK............................ 6 games, 9/15/10 - 9/27/10
MULTI-HR GAMES.......................... None
CAREER GRAND SLAMS ................ None
CAREER PINCH HOMERS............... None

2010
1. Strasburg, Stephen, rhp
2. Norris, Derek, c
3. Storen, Drew, rhp
4. Desmond, Ian, ss
5. Espinosa, Danny, ss
6. Marrero, Chris, 1b
7. Kobernus, Jeff, 2b
8. Maxwell, Justin, of
9. Burgess, Michael, of
10. Hood, Destin, of

2007
1. Balester, Collin
2. Marrero, Chris
3. Willems, Colton
4. Casto, Kory
5. Gonzalez, Esmailyn
6. Zinicola, Zenchry
7. Gibson, Glenn
8. Chico, Matt
9. King, Stephen
10. Desmond, Ian

2009
1. Zimmermann, Jordan, rhp
2. Detwiler, Ross, lhp
3. Marrero, Chris, 1b
4. Burgess, Michael, of
5. McGeary, Jack, lhp
6. Norris, Derek, c
7. Hood, Destin, of
8. Nieto, Adrian, c
9. Ramirez, J.P., of
10. Gonzalez, Esmailyn, ss

2006
1. Zimmerman, Ryan
2. Balester, Collin
3. Everts, Clint
4. Desmond, Ian
5. Casto, Kory
6. Hinckley, Mike
7. Bray, Bill
8. Broadway, Larry
9. Thompson, Daryl
10. Diaz, Frank

2008
1. Marrero, Chris
2. Detwiler, Ross
3. Balester, Collin
4. Burgess, Michael
5. McGeary, Jack
6. Smoker, Josh
7. Zimmermann, Jordan
8. Maxwell, Justin
9. Willems, Colton
10. Lannan, John

2005
1. Hinckley, Michael
2. Broadway, Larry
3. Church, Ryan
4. Everts, Clint
5. Harris, Brendon
6. Bray, Bill
7. Thompson, Daryl
8. Rasner, Darrell
9. Casto, Kory
10. Balester, Collin

HISTORY AND
RECORDS
SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

Bryce Harper, of
Derek Norris, c
Danny Espinosa, inf
A.J. Cole, rhp
Wilson Ramos, c
Sammy Solis, lhp
Cole Kimball, rhp
Eury Perez, of
Chris Marrero, 1b
Brad Peacock, rhp
Yunesky Maya, rhp
Destin Hood, of
Steve Lombardozzi, 2b
Rick Hauge, inf
Robbie Ray, rhp
Tommy Milone, lhp
Adrian Sanchez, inf
A.J. Morris, rhp
Michael Burgess, of
Elvin Ramirez, rhp
Jeff Kobernus, inf
Jason Martinson, ss
Danny Rosenbaum, lhp
Tyler Moore, 1b
J.P. Ramirez, of
Ryan Tatusko, rhp
Trevor Holder, rhp
Brad Meyers, rhp
Adam Carr, rhp
Hassan Pena, rhp

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1.000
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PLAYERS

2011

BA’S TOP NATIONALS PROSPECTS

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / C
CAREER / C

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

AWARDS & HONORS
2011 ������� Nationals No. 5 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2010 ������� MIN’s No. 2 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2009 ������� MIN’s No. 3 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2008 ������� MIN’s No. 3 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2008 ������� Single-A Florida State League All-Star (mid- and post-season).

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

PERSONAL
Wilson Abraham Ramos (pronounced RAH-mos).

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2005
In first pro season, threw out 17 of 45 (37.7%) of would-be basestealers for the Twins’ Dominican Summer League entry.

NATIONALS
PARK

MEDIA
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RELATIONS
NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Henry Rodriguez • RHP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

63

R
Born
2/25/87 Santa Barbara, VZ
R
’11 Opening Day Age
24
6’0”
MLB Service
0.114
220
Acquired along with OF Corey Brown in exchange for OF Josh Willingham,
December 16, 2010

HENRY RODRIGUEZ CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2005
DSL Athletics-1 0
2 4.03 8 3 0 0 0 22.1 14 19 10 1 2 14 27 10.9 3 0
.163
2006
ASL Athletics 5
2 7.42 15 4 0 0 1 43.2 46 39 36 1 6 50 59 12.2 10 1
.284
2007
Kane County 6
8 3.07 20 18 1 0 0 99.2 75 38 34 2 4 58 106 9.6 13 0
.214
2008
Stockton
2
3 3.96 20 13 0 0 2 75.0 57 38 33 5 2 40 104 12.5 9 0
.208
Midland
2
7 7.46 14 9 0 0 0 41.0 51 39 34 1 1 44 43 9.4 16 0
.302
2009
Stockton
0
0
0.00 3 0 0 0 0 5.0 3 0 0 0 1 1 11
19.8 1 0
.167
Sacramento 2
1 5.77 37 0 0 0 4 43.2 38 28 28 4 0 38 71 14.6 8 0
.228
Oakland
0
0
2.25 3 0 0 0 0 4.0 4 2 1 0 1 2 4 9.0 3 0
.235
2010
Sacramento 0
2
1.69
20 0 0 0 11 21.1 10 8 4 1 0 9 31
13.1 5 0
.133
Oakland
1
0 4.55 29 0 0 0 0 27.2 25 16 14 2 1 13 33 10.7 7 0
.240
MINOR TOTALS
17
25 4.58 137 47 1 0 18 351.2 294 209 179 15 16 254 452 11.6 65 1 .226
MLB TOTALS
1
0 4.26 32 0 0 0 0 31.2 29 18 15 2 2 15 37 10.5 10 0
.240
YEAR
CLUB
2010 Oakland
MLB TOTALS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
— 29 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — — — 0
— 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — — — 0

CAREER
Hard-throwing right-handed reliever...enters just 3rd full season as a reliever...can reach triple-digits on the radar gun...
ranked 4th in MLB in 2010 with average fastball velocity of 98.45 mph (in 3 appearances in 2009, posted average
velocity of 98.96)...103.2 mph reading on one pitch last season was bested by only by CIN’s Aroldis Chapman (105.1
mph) and TEX’s Neftali Feliz (103.4 mph)...in 9 minor league seasons, posted 11.6 strikeouts per 9.0 innings.
2010
Notched a 4.55 ERA in 29 appearances with OAK in first extensive big league action...was especially stingy (.207 batting
average against) when facing right-handed batters...notched first MLB win with 1.0 scoreless inning, Aug. 20 vs. TBR...
was touched for only one homer in final 26.1 innings, spanning 28 appearances, with OAK...when walking none, ERA
was 2.65...notched 11 saves and 1.69 ERA in 20 appearances with Sacramento of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League,
posting 13.1 K’s per 9.0 innings...registered 1.69 ERA in 18 Venezuelan Winter League appearances.
2009
Pitched in 3 games for OAK in MLB debut...initial A’s appearance, Sept. 21 vs. TEX, rendered first career strikeout
(Nelson Cruz)...spent majority of season with Sacramento, posting 4 saves and a gaudy 14.6 K’s per 9.0 innings...in 40
combined appearances with Sacramento and Single-A Stockton, fanned 15.2 batters per 9.0 innings.
2008
Pitching for Double-A Midland and Single-A Stockton, led the Athletics system with career-high 147 strikeouts...was
tabbed as having the Best Fastball among OAK farmhands and rated the No. 9 prospect in Single-A California League
by Baseball America...in 1.0 inning, struck out the side and notched a hold in MLB Futures Game at Yankee Stadium.

MEDIA

2007
In 20 games/18 starts with Kane County of the Single-A Midwest League, won a career-high 7 games and posted a 3.07
ERA and 106 strikeouts in 99.2 innings.
2006
Went 5-2 with one save for OAK’s Arizona Summer League affiliate in domestic debut...walked 2 and fanned 7 in 5.0
scoreless innings of relief in combining with Trevor Cahill (4.0 inning as starter) on no-hitter, Aug. 30 vs. SDP.

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FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

PERSONAL

SIGNED BY
Julio Franco (Athletics)

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 29 2 1 0 3 0
1.000 32 3 1 0 4 0

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. None
WINNING STREAK........................... None (only one MLB win)
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 3, 10/3/10 at SEA
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

2010
IN REVIEW
HISTORY AND
RECORDS

Mar. 11 �������������������������������� Last date to renew contracts.
Mar. 22 �������������������������������� Earliest date to backdate a placement on the 15-Day DL.
Mar. 31 �������������������������������� Official opening of 2010 Season - rosters reduced to 25.
Apr. 6 ���������������������������������� First date Disabled List players may be reinstated, if applicable.
Apr. 10 �������������������������������� First date optioned players may be recalled, if applicable.
May 15 �������������������������������� Earliest date Clubs may re-sign players they released after 8/31/08.
June 6-8 ������������������������������ 2009 First-Year Player Draft.
July 12 ��������������������������������� The 82nd All-Star Game, Chase Field, Phoenix, AZ
July 24 ��������������������������������� Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, Clark Sports Center, Cooperstown, NY, featuring the 2010 Hall of Fame Inductees, returning
Hall of Famers, J.G. Taylor Spink (journalistic) and Ford C. Frick (broadcasting) Award winners.
July 31 ��������������������������������� Trade deadline – 4:00 p.m. ET.
Aug. 1 ��������������������������������� New waiver period begins – Trade Waivers now required.
Aug. 15 ������������������������������� Signing deadline for Rule 4 drafted players – midnight ET.
Aug. 31 ������������������������������� Postseason eligibility lists are established - midnight ET.
Sept. 1 �������������������������������� Active player limit increased from 25 to 40.
Sept. 28 ������������������������������ Official closing of the 2009 Championship Season.
Day After WS Ends ��������������� Begins the 15-day period when eligible XX (B) players elect free agency.
6th Day After WS Ends �������� XX (B) and Minor League free agents may sign with all Clubs.
Nov. 18 �������������������������������� Reserve lists for all Major and Minor League levels filed.
Nov. 23 �������������������������������� Last date for former Club to offer salary arbitration to receive compensation.
Dec. 7 ���������������������������������� Last date for XX (B) free agent to accept arbitration offer from former Club.
Dec. 5-8 ������������������������������ Winter Meetings, Dallas, TX.
Dec. 8 ���������������������������������� Major League Rule 5 Draft - Winter Meetings, Orlando, FL.
Dec. 12 �������������������������������� Tender deadline – Midnight ET.

PLAYERS

MLB IMPORTANT DATES 2011

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2003 ������� Signed with OAK as a non-drafted free agent, July 18.
2010 ������� Acquired from OAK with OF Corey Brown in exchange for OF Josh Willingham,
Dec. 16.

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

RODRIGUEZ

Henry Alberto Rodriguez.
AWARDS & HONORS
2008 ������� MLB Futures Game at NYY
2008 ������� OAK’s No. 8 prospect as rated by Baseball America.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2005
Pitched for OAK’s Dominican Summer League team...fanned 27 in 22.1 innings, or 10.9 per 9.0 innings pitched.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.
NATIONALS
PARK

MEDIA
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RELATIONS

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Ivan Rodriguez • C

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

YEAR
CLUB
1989 Gastonia
1990 Charlotte
1991
Tulsa

Texas
1992 Texas
1993 Texas
1994 Texas
1995 Texas
1996 Texas
1997 Texas
1998 Texas
1999 Texas
2000
Texas
2001 Texas
2002 Texas

*Charlotte
2003 Florida
2004 Detroit
2005 Detroit
2006 Detroit
2007 Detroit
2008
Detroit
N.Y. Yankees
2009
Houston
Texas
2010 Washington
*Potomac
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS
* — Rehab assignment

7

R
Born
11/30/71 Vega Baja, PR
R
’11 Opening Day Age
39
5’10” MLB Service
19.109
190
Signed as free agent, December 11, 2009

IVAN RODRIGUEZ CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.238 112 386 38 92 137 22 1 7 42 5 4 2 21 58 2 5 .278 .355 .633 11
.287 109 408 48 117 154 17 7 2 55 1 4 7 12 50 1 0 .316 .377 .693 14
.274 50 175 16 48 68 7 2 3 28 1 5 1 6 27 1 2 .294 .389 .683 3
.264 88 280 24 74 99 16 0 3 27 2 1 0 5 42 0 1 .276 .354 .630
10
.260 123 420 39 109 151 16 1 8 37 7 2 1 24 73 0 0 .300 .360 .660 15
.273 137 473 56 129 195 28 4 10 66 5 8 4 29 70 8 7 .315 .412 .727 8
.298 99 363 56 108 177 19 1 16 57 0 4 7 31 42 6 3 .360 .488 .848 5
.303 130 492 56 149 221 32 2 12 67 0 5 4 16 48 0 2 .327 .449 .776 8
.300 153 639 116 192 302 47 3 19 86 0 4 4 38 55 5 0 .342 .473 .815 10
.313 150 597 98 187 289 34 4 20 77 1 4 8 38 89 7 3 .360 .484 .844 7
.321 145 579 88 186 297 40 4 21 91 0 3 3 32 88 9 0 .358 .513 .871 6
.332 144 600 116 199 335 29 1 35 113 0 5 1 24 64 25 12 .356 .558 .914 7
.347 91 363 66 126 242 27 4 27 83 0 6 1 19 48 5 5 .375 .667
1.042 2
.308 111 442 70 136 239 24 2 25 65 0 1 4 23 73 10 3 .347 .541 .888 7
.314 108 408 67 128 221 32 2 19 60 1 4 2 25 71 5 4 .353 .542 .895 7
.333 3 9 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 3 0 0
.333
.333
.666
0
.297 144 511 90 152 242 36 3 16 85 1 5 6 55 92 10 6 .369 .474 .843 8
.334 135 527 72 176 269 32 2 19 86 0 4 3 41 91 7 4 .383 .510 .893 11
.276 129 504 71 139 224 33 5 14 50 1 7 2 11 93 7 3 .290 .444 .734 4
.300 136 547 74 164 239 28 4 13 69 4 2 1 26 86 8 3 .332 .437 .769 3
.281 129 502 50 141 211 31 3 11 63 1 2 1 9 96 2 2 .294 .420 .714 6
.295 82 302 33 89 126 16 3 5 32 3 2 2 19 52 6 1 .338 .417 .755 4
.219 33 96 11 21 31 4 0 2 3 0 0 1 4 15 4 0 .257 .323 .580 1
.251 93 327 41 82 125 15 2 8 34 1 2 1 13 74 0 2 .280 .382 .662 4
.245 28 98 14 24 38 8 0 2 13 0 1 0 5 18 1 0 .279 .388 .667 3
.266 111 398 32 106 138 18 1 4 49 2 4 1 16 66 2 3 .294 .347 .640 4
.000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
.265 275 981 103 260 362 46 10 12 125 7 13 10 39 139 4 7 .296 .369 .665 28
.298 2499 9468 1340 2817 4411 565 51 309 1313 29 76 57 503 1446 127 64 .334 .466 .800 140

YEAR CLUB, OPP.
1996
TEX vs. NYY
1998
TEX vs. NYY
1999
TEX vs. NYY
2003
FLA vs. SFG
2006
DET vs. NYY
TOTALS

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
AVG. G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E
.375 4 16 1 6 7 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 3 0 0
.438 .444 0
.100 3 10 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0
.100 .100 0
.250 3 12 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0
.333 .250 0
.353 4 17 3 6 10 1 0 1 6 0 0 0 3 1 0 0
.588 .450 0
.231 4 13 3 3 4 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 2 3 0 0
.308 .313 0
.279 18 68 7 19 26 4 0 1 12 1 1 0 7 14 1 0
.382 .342 0

YEAR CLUB, OPP.
2003
FLA vs. CHI
2006
DET vs. OAK
TOTALS

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
AVG. G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E
.321 7 28 5 9 17 2 0 2 10 0 0 0 5 7 0 0
.607 .424 1
.125 4 16 2 2 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 4 0 0
.313 .125 0
.250 11 44 7 11 22 2 0 3 11 0 0 0 6 11 0 0
.500 .340 1

YEAR CLUB, OPP.
2003
FLA vs. NYY
2006
DET vs. STL
TOTALS

WORLD SERIES RECORD
AVG. G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E
.273 6 22 2 6 8 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 4 0 0
.364 .292 0
.158 5 19 1 3 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0
.211 .158 0
.220 11 41 3 9 12 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 7 0 0
.293 .233 1

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MEDIA

129

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PARK

2008
Hit .276 with 20 doubles, 3 triples, 7 home runs and 35 RBI in 115 games with DET and NYY...threw out 23 of 75
(30.7%) would basestealers to rank 6th in MLB...according to the Elias Sports Bureau, with the acquisition of Rodriguez, the NYY became the first team in MLB history to boast 7 teammates (active or disabled) with at least 200 big
league HR (Alex Rodriguez, Jason Giambi, Richie Sexson, Ivan Rodriguez, Bobby Abreu, Jorge Posada and Derek Jeter).

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2009
Began season with HOU then returned to his original organization, TEX, via a trade on August 18...overall, batted .249
(106-for-425) with 10 homers and 47 RBI in 121 games...produced a .992 (7 E/845 TC) fielding percentage in 115
games behind the plate...threw out 31.7% (19 of 60) of runners attempting to steal, the 4th-best percentage among MLB
catchers (minimum 81 games)...became the all-time MLB leader in games caught with 2227th appearance behind the
plate, surpassing Carlton Fisk, on June 17 with HOU at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington...connected for 300th home run
off CHI’s Rich Harden, May 17 at Wrigley Field...joined HOU teammates Lance Berkman (June 13 at ARI) and Carlos
Lee (August 8 vs. MIL) as the first trio of teammates in MLB history to reach 300 career homers in the same season...
participated with Puerto Rico in World Baseball Classic.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
Appeared in 111 games during 20th big league season, first with Nationals…posted 106 hits in 2010 and remains
just 183 shy of becoming first MLB catcher to reach 3,000-hit plateau...batted .413 (26-for-63) with 7 doubles,
and 9 RBI in 18 games during April...batting average for April ranked 2nd in MLB behind only LAD’s Manny Ramirez
(.415)...batted .305 (61-for-200) with one home run and 26 RBI in first 56 games played thru July 6, then just .227
(45-for-198) with 3 homers and 23 RBI in 55 games beginning July 7...made 19th straight Opening Day start, April 3
vs. PHI, the longest active streak among all MLB position players...went perfect 4-for-4 with double and RBI, May 10
at NYM...belted 300th home run as catcher, Aug. 2 at ARI…became just 5th player to reach 300-plateau as catcher,
joining Mike Piazza (396), Carlton Fisk (351), Johnny Bench (327) and Yogi Berra (306)...batted .321 (34-for-106)
with runners in scoring position and .316 (6-for-19) with bags loaded...began DL stint on May 24 (retroactive May 23)
and missed 14 games with back strain...grounded into 25 double plays...gunned down 19 of 61 (31.1%) of would-be
basestealers with .995 fielding percentage in 102 games behind the plate.

2010
IN REVIEW

CAREER
One of MLB’s all-time best 2-way catchers...career highlighted by 14 All-Star selections, 13 Gold Gloves and 7 Silver
Sluggers...career .298 hitter with 565 doubles, 309 home runs and 1313 RBI in 2499 games spanning 20 big league
seasons with TEX, FLA, DET, NYY, HOU and Washington...offers extensive knowledge/experience to Nationals’ pitching
staff...has thrown out 42% of would-be basestealers, the top figure posted since comprehensive defensive catching
statistics began being compiled by STATS, Inc. in ‘87...per Elias, ranks among catchers all-time in games caught (first,
2394), runs (first, 1340), hits (first, 2817), doubles (first, 565), extra-base hits (first, 925), batting average (6th, .306),
RBI (6th, 1313), home runs (7th, 324) and slugging percentage (10th, .466) among those to catch at least 1000 games
(all stats included, however)...sports post-season experience garnered in 5 playoff runs, 9 series and 40 Oct. contests...
named MVP of ‘03 NLCS (.321, 2 HR, 10 RBI) en route to ‘03 World Series title...played in 144 games and posted
career highs in batting (.322), homers (35), RBI (113) and stolen bases (25) to claim AL MVP in ‘99...selected by fans
to MLB’s Latino Legends Team in ‘05...inducted into Texas Baseball Hall of Fame in Nov. ‘05.

PLAYERS

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC RECORD
AVG. G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E
.238 6 21 3 5 9 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 3 0 1
.429 .304 1
.500 6 20 6 10 19 3 0 2 6 0 0 0 4 5 1 1
.950 .583 0
12 41 9 15 28 4 0 3 7 0 0 0 6 8 1 2
.683
.446 1

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

YEAR CLUB
2006
Puerto Rico
2009
Puerto Rico
TOTALS

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

ALL-STAR GAME RECORD
AVG. G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E
.000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
.000 .000 0
.500 1 2 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.500 .500 0
.400 1 5 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
.400 .400 0
.000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
.000 .000 0
.000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
.000 .000 0
.000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.000 .000 0
.750 1 4 1 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
.750 .750 0
.000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
.000 .000 0
.333 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.000 .000 0
.500 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.500 .500 0
.500 1 4 1 2 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.500
1.000 0
.000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
.500 .000 0
.000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.000 .000 0
.500 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.500 .500 0
.294 14 36 4 11 14 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 6 1 0
.389 .324 0

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

YEAR CLUB, SITE
1992
AL at SDP
1993
AL at BAL
1994
AL at PIT
1995
AL at TEX
1996
AL at PHI
1997
AL at CLE
1998
AL at COL
1999
AL at BOS
2000
AL at ATL
2001
AL at SEA
2004
AL at HOU
2005
AL at DET
2006
AL at PIT
2007
AL at SFG
TOTALS

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

RODRIGUEZ, IVAN

2007
Selected to the All-Star squad for 14th time (voted by fans as starter behind the plate for 12th time)...won 13th Rawlings
Gold Glove...tabbed the best defensive catcher in the AL by Baseball America...caught 2,000th game, July 3 vs. CLE.
2006
Topped all MLB catchers by throwing out 45.7% (21 of 46) of baserunners attempting to steal...led all AL catchers with
.998 fielding percentage...named best defensive catcher in the AL by Baseball America...hit .300-plus for the 10th time.
2005
Participated in the Century 21 Home Run Derby as part of All-Star festivities at Comerica Park on July 11, finishing 2nd
to PHI’s Bobby Abreu...topped all AL catchers by gunning down 44.1% (26 of 50) of would-be baserunners.
2004
Started 10th All-Star game in first season with DET...named the Tiger of the Year by DET’s chapter of BBWAA...with
11th Rawlings Gold Glove, became the first Tiger to earn the award since Gary Pettis in 1989...the 11th Gold Glove
also established record for a catcher in MLB history... ranked 4th in AL with .334 batting average.
2003
NLCS MVP set FLA single-season records for catcher with .297 batting average and 85 RBI, leading the club to its 2nd World
Championship...ranked 4th in NL with .375 mark with RISP...established FLA single-game record with 5 walks, April 8 vs.
NYM...combined to hit .313 with 10 runs, 5 doubles, 3 home runs and 17 RBI in 17 games during FLA’s post-season run.
2002
Finished 2nd among AL catchers with 19 home runs for TEX...was named best defensive catcher in the American
League by Baseball America.
2001
With 10th straight Rawlings Gold Glove, became the 2nd-youngest 10-time Gold Glove winner at any position (29 years,
11 months, 7 days)...only C Johnny Bench was younger...gunned down MLB-best 50.0% of would-be basestealers.
2000
Season with TEX cut short (91 games, fractured right thumb), yet won 9th straight Rawlings Gold Glove...combined
with Kenny Rogers on 4th Gold Glove battery in MLB history...was MLB’s top vote-getter in All-Star Game balloting.
1999
Earned AL MVP honors for TEX, setting an AL record for homers (35) by a catcher and becoming the first catcher in
AL history with over 100 runs scored, 30 home runs and 100 RBI...swiped career-best 25 bases, becoming the first
20-homer, 20-stolen base catcher in MLB history...became 9th different catcher in MLB history to earn MVP honors
(first since NYY’s Thurman Munson in ‘76)...topped BOS’s Pedro Martinez by 13 points...posted the highest batting
average for an AL catcher since NYY’s Bill Dickey batted .332 in ‘37...became 5th player in MLB history to win MVP,
Gold Glove and Silver Slugger in same year...tallied career-best and TEX single-game record 9 RBI on April 13 at SEA.
1998
Ranked 8th in the AL with .321 batting average...was selected AL Player of the Month for April after setting TEX club
record for hits (41) in April...tied All-Star Game record with 3 singles at COL’s Coors Field on July 7.
1997
Garnered 6th consecutive Rawlings Gold Glove, started 5th straight All-Star Game and earned 4th straight Silver Slugger
award...led AL catchers with 139 games started behind the plate and 75 assists.
1996
Finished 10th in AL’s MVP voting...tallied 45 of 47 doubles while catching, setting a MLB record eclipsing Mickey
Cochrane’s 1930 record of 42 doubles...with career-high 639, set MLB record for at-bats by a catcher.

MEDIA

1995
Named TEX’s Player of the Year by Dallas chapter of the BBWAA...led club with .303 batting average, 221 total bases
and 32 doubles...joined Jim Sundberg (1977) as the only 2 catchers named TEX’s Player of the Year.
1994
Won 3rd straight Rawlings Gold Glove...caught all 10 innings of All-Star Game at PIT on July 12...was the first player
to catch entire ASG since Johnny Bench for the NL in 1975 and the first for the AL since Thurman Munson in 1974.

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COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

1993
Voted by fans to start All-Star Game for first time...named best defensive catcher in the AL by Baseball America.

1990
Playing for Single-A Charlotte, was named to both Florida State League’s and Baseball America’s Single-A All-Star squads.

CATCHERS THROWING STATS
YEAR
GS (W-L) C-CS SBA CS% PB
CATCHER’S ERA
2010
102 (46-56) 19 61 31%
2
4.26 (418 ER/884.0 IP)
CAREER 2312 (1192-1119-1) 551 1325 42% 124 4.61 (10263 ER/20042.2 IP)
PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
PB
.995 102 709
55
4 768
5
2
.991 2390 14619 1209 139 15967 154 124
.984 7 56 6 1 63 6
1.000 1 1 0 0 1 0

MEDIA

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / C
CAREER / C
CAREER / 1B
CAREER / 2B

RODRIGUEZ

NATIONALS
PARK

SIGNED BY
Luis Rosa (Rangers)

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
1988 ������� Signed with TEX as non-drafted free agent, July 27.
2003 ������� Signed with FLA as free agent, January 28.
2004 ������� Signed with DET as free agent, February 6.
2008 ������� Acquired by NYY in exchange for RHP Kyle Farnsworth, July 30.
2009 ������� Signed with HOU as free agent, March 20.

Acquired by TEX in exchange for RHP Matt Nevarez, August 18.

Signed with WAS as free agent, December 11.

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 5, last 4/5/06 at KCR
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 9, 4/13/99 at SEA
HITTING STREAK............................ 20 games, 5/8/99 - 6/1/99
MULTI-HR GAMES (18)................... 7/13/95 at BOS

5/28/96 vs. CLE

6/25/96 vs. BAL

9/11/97 vs. MIN (3)

4/13/99 at SEA

6/25/99 at SEA

8/2/99 vs. MIN

8/15/99 at CWS

8/16/99 at CLE

4/3/00 vs. CWS

4/30/00 at BAL

6/4/00 vs. ARI

6/10/00 at COL

6/9/01 vs. HOU

6/19/01 vs. ANA

7/3/02 vs. TBR

7/17/02 vs. SEA

8/8/04 vs. BOS
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (6)............. 4/13/99 at SEA off Mac Suzuki

7/7/00 vs. SDP off Woody Williams

6/9/01 vs. HOU off Jose Lima

8/18/01 at TOR off Billy Koch

8/29/02 vs. BAL off Rick Bauer

4/16/07 vs. KCR off Zack Greinke
CAREER PINCH HOMERS (2)............ 4/19/00 vs. NYY

5/14/00 at ANA

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

AWARDS & HONORS
2003 ������� MVP of National League Championship Series vs. CHI.
1999 ������� American League Most Valuable Player.
1991 ������� Rangers No. 1 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
7 time ����� Louisville Slugger AL Silver Slugger recipient (C / 1994-99, 2004).
13 time ��� Rawling AL Gold Glove recipient (C / 1992-2001, 2004, 2006-07).
14 time ��� AL All-Star (1992-2001, 2004-07).

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PERSONAL
Ivan (Torres) Rodriguez...nicknames include Pudge and I-Rod...attended Lino Padron Rivera High School in Vega Baja
(PR)...started the Ivan Rodriguez Foundation in 1993 to assist children with cancer and other diseases, both in the
Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and his native Puerto Rico...donated $500,000 to the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation
after signing a 5-year contract in July of ‘97...a portion of that amount was used to construct the Ivan Rodriguez Youth
Ballpark in north Fort Worth in 1998...donated $25,000 to assist victims of Hurricane George in Puerto Rico in 1998 and
$20,000 to the victims of the World Trade Center attacks in ‘01...selected the TEX recipient of the True Value/Roberto
Clemente Man of the Year Award in both 1998 and 2001...received the TEX Jim Sundberg Community Achievement Award
in 2001...the Ivan Rodriguez Foundation donated $25,000 to the Children’s Hospital of Michigan for the “Rodriguez
Fund for Families” in 2005...in addition the foundation donated $48,000 to benefit 4 families that were relocated to
Michigan following Hurricane Katrina...has a baseball school and sports complex in the planning stages to be built in
Bayamon (PR)...on Aug. 27, at completion of Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA, hosted Puerto Rican Little
League champs from Manati, PR to Nationals Park...Manati is located less than 10 miles from hometown of Vega Baja.

PLAYERS

1989
Rated the No. 7 prospect in the South Atlantic League following professional debut by Baseball America.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

1991
Received first Major League action with TEX after having contract purchased from Double-A Tulsa, June 20, 1991...
unanimously chosen as TEX’s Rookie of the Year and finished 4th in AL Rookie of the Year balloting...at 19 years, 6
months and 21 days, was youngest catcher in MLB since LAD’s Gilberto Reyes in 1983...made MLB debut at Comiskey
Park against the CWS on June 20, starting behind the plate...singled to right field in the 9th inning off Melido Perez
for his first big league hit, driving in the first 2 runs of his MLB career...teamed with 44-year-old Nolan Ryan on June
21 at CWS, the first time a teenager caught a 40-year old pitcher since LAD’s Art Fowler (41) and Ed Kirkpatrick (19)
in 1963...connected for first big league home run, a solo shot off KCR’s Storm Davis, August 30.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

1992
An AL All-Star...won first Rawlings Gold Glove...became the 3rd-youngest Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner at 20 years,
11 months, 6 days...only CHI’s Ken Hubbs (2B, 1962) and CIN’s Johnny Bench (C, 1968) were younger.

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Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

59

L
Born
11/6/84 Cotui, DR
L
’11 Opening Day Age
26
5’9”
MLB Service
0.003
170
Signed as non-drafted free agent, February 13, 2004

SEVERINO CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2004
DSL Expos
2
5 4.46 15 4 0 0 3 38.1 36 22 19 7 5 15 47 11.0 3 3
.248
2005 DSL Nationals
DID NOT PITCH / Injured
2006
DSL Nationals 2
0
0.99
13 8 0 0 1 45.1 18 5 5 0 6 17 79
15.7 5 1
.121
2007
DSL Nationals 3
0
0.48 3 3 0 0 0 18.2 14 2 1 0 1 2 31
15.0 1 0
.212
GCL Nationals 1
0 2.94 13 5 0 0 0 33.2 25 12 11 3 4 10 28 7.5 0 0
.208
2008
Hagerstown 4
2 4.05 15 0 0 0 1 33.1 28 17 15 2 4 17 34 9.2 2 0
.235
Potomac
0
4 3.96 26 0 0 0 0 38.2 31 18 17 2 1 20 31 7.2 4 0
.221
2009
Potomac
4
0 2.54 29 0 0 0 13 46.0 35 14 13 4 3 14 39 7.6 7 0
.211
Harrisburg 6
0
2.78
15 0 0 0 2 22.2 19 8 7 1 3 14 27
10.7 2 0
.235
2010
Syracuse
6
3 3.34 54 0 0 0 1 67.1 60 27 25 5 5 29 46 6.1 1 1
.237
MINORS TOTALS
28
14 2.96 183 20 0 0 21 344.0 266 125 113 24 32 138 362 9.5 25 5 .215

CAREER
Hard-throwing lefthander was signed by the Expos out of a Dominican Republic tryout camp in 2004...since arriving from
the Dominican Republic, has fanned 7.6 per 9.0 innings and registered a 3.28 ERA in portions of 4 domestic seasons.
2010
Tied Jason Bergmann for Triple-A Syracuse team lead with 6 relief wins...paced the Chiefs with 54 relief appearances...
posted .212 batting average against and allowed just one homer when facing IL left-handed batters
2009
Combined to go 10-0 with career-best 15 saves and a 2.62 ERA pitching in 44 games for Harrisburg of the Double-A
Eastern League and Potomac of the Single-A Carolina League...registered 8.7 strikeouts per 9.0 innings pitched.
2008
Allowed just 4 homers in 72.0 innings and recorded a 4.00 ERA at 2 levels, advancing as far as Double-A for first time.
2007
In first domestic exposure, pitched in 13 games/5 starts for the Nationals’ Rookie-level Gulf Coast League entry...notched
a .208 batting average against and walked just 10 in 33.2 innings (2.7 per 9.0 innings).
2006
In 2nd Rookie-level DSL season, dominated via a .121 batting average against, a 0.99 ERA and 15.7 K’s per 9.0 innings.
2005
Did not pitch...has Tommy John ligament-replacement surgery performed by Dr. Wiemi Douoguih on September 8.
2004
Made professional debut with the Nationals’ DSL entry, fanning over 11.0 batters per 9.0 innings.
PERSONAL
Atahualpa Severino.

SEVERINO

MEDIA

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HISTORY AND
RECORDS

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Atahualpa Severino • LHP

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2004 �������Signed with the Expos as a non-drafted free agent, February 13.
SIGNED BY

Dana Brown and Ismael Cruz (Expos)

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

L
Born
2/4/80 Venice, CA
L
’11 Opening Day Age
31
6’5”
MLB Service
3.043
215
Claimed off waivers from ARI, November 4, 2009

YEAR CLUB, OPP.
2007 ARI vs. CHI

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
ON ROSTER / Did not pitch

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MEDIA

2010
Pitched well in first season with the Nationals, both at the Triple-A level (fired 17.0 scoreless innings in 11 games with
Syracuse) and in big leagues...served primarily as Jim Riggleman’s 2nd lefty option in the bullpen...posted ultra-stingy
.151 batting average against and allowed zero home runs when facing left-handed batters...paced NL left-handed relievers with a .151 batting average against when facing left-handed hitters (PIT/SFG’s Javier Lopez ranked 2nd at .162)...
pitched on zero days’ rest 11 times to tune of a 2.45 ERA...in a career-high 40.2 innings, allowed only 7 extra-base hits
and fanned a career-best 8.0 per 9.0 innings...successfully stranded 22 of 26 inherited baserunners (85%)...worked
scoreless ball in 37 of 47 appearances...registered a hold in Nationals debut, a 3-2 win May 10 at NYM...was suspended
3 games (Sept. 10-12 vs. FLA) stemming from a Sept. 1 bench-clearing incident at FLA.

NATIONALS
PARK

CAREER
Tall and lanky lefthander is coming off best big league campaign in 2010...adds depth and post-season experience to
Nationals’ bullpen...during 175 career appearances spanning 4-year big league career, has suffered just one blown save
(August 12, 2007 vs. Washington), stranded 74 percent of inherited baserunners (64 of 86) and limited left-handed
batters to a .295 on-base mark while yielding just four home runs...when pitching 1.0 or more innings during career,
ERA is 1.86 (18 ER/87.0 IP), as opposed to 7.60 mark (29 ER/34.1 IP) when working less than 1.0 inning.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
YEAR CLUB, OPP. W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
2007
ARI vs. COL 0
0 0.00 3 0 0 0 1 0 1.1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0
.200

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
— 49 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — — — 1
— 175 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — — — 4

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YEAR
CLUB
2010 Washington
MLB TOTALS

PLAYERS

SLATEN CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2000
ASL D-Backs 0
0
0.96 9 4 0 0 0 9.1 7 1 1 0 2 3 7 6.8 0 0
.200
2001 Lancaster
9 8 4.79 28 27 1 0 0 157.2 207 105 84 16 4 45 110 6.3 6 5 .312
2002
Lancaster
1
6 9.00 8 8 0 0 0 35.0 59 43 35 4 3 12 23 5.9 5 3
.360
South Bend 0
0
4.40 7 0 0 0 0 14.1 18 8 7 0 0 4 5 3.1 1 0
.310
2003
Lancaster
6
7 6.03 32 19 0 0 0 119.1 156 94 80 13 10 47 78 5.9 4 3
.316
2004
South Bend 5
2 2.25 36 0 0 0 5 44.0 44 13 11 2 2 13 40 8.2 3 0
.250
El Paso
0
1
10.00
11 0 0 0 0 9.0 16 13 10 1 0 10 6 6.0 0 0
.390
2005
Tennessee
2
2 4.26 58 0 0 0 1 61.1 61 45 29 2 3 26 72 10.6 3 2
.262
2006
Tennessee
2
3 1.88 40 0 0 0 8 43.0 31 12 9 1 1 15 59 12.3 3 0
.209
Tucson
2
1
0.45
18 0 0 0 2 20.0 10 2 1 0 0 7 21 9.5 0 0
.152
Arizona
0
0
0.00 9 0 0 0 0 5.2 3 0 0 0 0 2 3 4.8 0 0
.167
2007 Arizona
3
2 2.72 61 0 0 0 0 36.1 41 15 11 4 0 14 28 6.9 3 0
.275
2008
Tucson
0
0
4.05 6 0 0 0 0 6.2 6 3 3 1 0 4 9
12.2 0 0
.250
Arizona
0
3 4.73 45 0 0 0 0 32.1 33 20 17 4 4 14 20 5.6 0 0
.260
2009 Arizona
0
0
7.11
11 0 0 0 0 6.1 10 5 5 1 0 1 4 5.7 0 0
.345

Reno
3
2 3.09 39 0 0 0 9 43.2 41 17 15 3 0 15 40 8.2 5 0
.247
2010
Syracuse
1
0
0.00
11 0 0 0 0 17.0 12 0 0 0 0 1 17 9.0 0 0
.200
Washington 4
1 3.10 49 0 0 0 0 40.2 34 18 14 2 4 19 36 8.0 2 0
.225
MINORS TOTALS
31
32 4.42 303 58 1 0 25 580.1 668 356 285 43 25 202 487 7.6 30 13 .287
MLB TOTALS
7
6 3.49
175 0 0 0 0 121.1 121 58 47 11 8 50 91 6.8 5 0
.255

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

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Obtained

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Doug Slaten • LHP

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SLATEN, DOUG

2009
Pitched in just 11 games in 4th and final season with the Diamondbacks...was member of ARI’s Opening Day roster,
but spent the majority of the season with Reno of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League, going 3-2 with 9 saves and a 3.09
ERA in 39 appearances...while in the PCL, registered a healthy 2.7/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio...was touched for just 3
home runs in 43.2 PCL innings.
2008
Spent majority of season with the D-Backs, posting 4 holds and a 4.73 ERA in 45 appearances...recorded a .232 batting
average against when facing left-handed batters...strained right knee rendered 3-week visit to the DL in July and early
August...when pitching more than 1.0 inning, ERA was 1.50.
2007
Went 3-2 with career-high 7 holds and a 2.72 ERA in 61 games with ARI in first complete big league campaign...2.72
ERA was 2nd-lowest mark ever recorded by a D-Backs left-handed reliever (Greg Swindell, 2.51 in 1999)...was integral
part of ARI bullpen as D-Backs claimed first post-season berth since 2002...22 times, pitched 1.0 or more innings and
went 3-1 with a 1.59 ERA...with 1.0 inning of relief, pocketed first career win on May 19 at PIT.
2006
Earned first taste of big leagues after combining to go 4-4 with a 1.43 ERA in 58 games for Tucson and Tennessee
of the Double-A Southern League...allowed only one run in final 29.0 minor-league innings before getting call from
ARI on September 2...debuted with the D-Backs on September 4 at FLA...first strikeout victim was Russell Branyan,
September 19 vs. SDP.
2005
Pitching for Tennessee, struck out over a batter per inning—10.6 per 9.0 innings (3rd among Southern League relievers)—in first complete Double-A campaign...yielded just 2 home runs in 61.1 innings...did not allow an extra-base hit to
a left-handed batter all season...went 2-0 with a 6.28 ERA pitching for Phoenix in the prestigious Arizona Fall League.
2004
Began season with El Paso of the Double-A Texas League, but by season’s end paced South Bend of the Single-A Midwest
League in relief wins with 5...fanned 8.2 per 9.0 innings while in the Midwest League.

2002
Combined to go 1-6 with a 7.66 ERA in 15 games/8 starts for Lancaster and South Bend.
2001
Made career-high 27 starts pitching for Lancaster...fanned career-best 11 on September 1 vs. San Bernardino.
2000
Dominated in pro debut, posting a 0.96 ERA in 9 games/4 starts with ARI’s Rookie-level Arizona Summer League club.

SLATEN

PERSONAL
Douglas Slaten (Doug)...is a 1998 graduate of Venice (CA) High...played college ball at El Camino CC, Glendale CC
and Pierce (CA) College.

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2003
Returned to Lancaster of the Single-A California League...made 19 starts, but shifted to bullpen for good in July.

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2000 ������� Selected by ARI in 17th round of First-Year Player Draft.
2009 ������� Claimed off waivers by WAS, November 5.
SIGNED BY
Hal Kurtzman (Diamondbacks)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
.800 49 0 4 1 5 0
.765 175
0
13
4
17
1

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. None
WINNING STREAK........................... 3 games, 5/19/07 - 6/15/07
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 3, 9/16/06 at SDP
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
8/12/85 Barranquilla, Colombia
R
’11 Opening Day Age
25
6’0”
MLB Service
0.000
180
Signed as non-drafted free agent, September 14, 2005

PLAYERS

SOLANO CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2006
GCL Nationals .256 37 129 16 33 36 3 0 0 11 4 2 3 6 15 3 1 .300 .279 .579 2
2007
Hagerstown .248 83 298 39 74 98 15 0 3 38 3 1 4 42 53 0 3 .348 .329 .677
10
2008 Hagerstown .218 16 55 6 12 17 2 0 1 5 2 1 1 6 6 1 1 .302 .309 .611 0
Potomac
.258 68 225 35 58 81 11 0 4 24 2 3 4 16 30 2 1 .315 .360 .675 3
2009 Harrisburg
.280 26 93 7 26 36 7 0 1 11 0 0 0 2 16 0 0 .295 .387 .682 2
Syracuse
.202 63 183 17 37 51 11 0 1 17 2 4 1 9 24 2 1 .239 .279 .518 4
2010
Harrisburg .252 90 317 28 80 113 15 0 6 42 1 3 3 21 28 1 1 .302 .356 .658 5
MINOR TOTALS
.246 383 1300 148 320 432 64 0 16 148 14 14 16 102 172 9 8 .306 .332 .638 26

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Jhonatan Solano • C

CAREER
Building reputation as one game’s top defenders behind the plate...signed with the Nationals out of a tryout camp in
Venezuela in Sept. of 2005, but only after crossing the border from native Columbia in an onion truck.

2008
Batted .250 with 5 home runs and 29 RBI in 84 games with Single-A affiliates in Potomac and Hagerstown...gunned
down 38 of 109 (34.9%) of would-be basestealers...hit .346 (9-for-26) with 2 home runs and 5 RBI in post-season en
route to being named MVP of Carolina League Championship Series.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2007
Posted career-best 42 walks and .348 on-base percentage in 83 games with Single-A Hagerstown.
2006
Played in 37 games in professional debut with Nationals’ Gulf Coast League affiliate.

SIGNED BY
Ismael Cruz (Nationals)

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2005 ������� Signed with Washington as a non-drafted free agent, Sept. 14.

MEDIA

SOLANO

NATIONALS
PARK

PERSONAL
Jhonatan Solano...is nicknamed “Onion” (see CAREER section above)...attended Colegio Americano de Barranquilla...
younger brother, Donovan, is infielder in STL organization...enjoys listening to music and salsa dancing.

AWARDS & HONORS
2010 ������� Double-A Eastern League All-Star (mid-season).

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2009
Split time between Triple-A Syracuse and Double-A Harrisburg...legged out a career-best 18 doubles...threw out 19 of
60 (31.7%) of would-be basestealers...was promoted to Triple-A on June 4.

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2010
Was a Double-A Eastern League All-Star with Harrisburg...established career highs with 80 hits, 6 home runs, 42 RBI,
21 extra-base hits, 113 total bases and 90 games...ranked 2nd in Eastern League by gunning down 36.9 percent (24
of 65) of would-be basestealers.

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FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Matt Stairs • OF/1B

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

24

L
Born
2/27/68 St. John, New Brunswick, Canada
R
’11 Opening Day Age
43
5’9”
MLB Service
15.077
200
Signed as minor-league free agent, December 14, 2010

STAIRS CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
1989 W. Palm Beach .189 36 111 12 21
29
3
1
1
9 1 1 0
9 18
0 0 .248 .261 .509 4
Jamestown
.256 14 43 8 11 15 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 3 5 1 2 .304 .349 .653 6
Rockford
.284 44 141 20 40 59 9 2 2 14 2 1 2 15 29 5 4 .358 .418 .776 7
1990
W. Palm Beach .339 55 183 30 62 86 9 3 3 30 0 2 5 41 19 15 2 .468 .470 .938
17
Jacksonville .254 79 280 26 71 97 17 0 3 34 0 5 3 22 43 5 3 .310 .346 .656
22
1991 Harrisburg
.333 129 505 87 168 257 30 10 13 78 2 3 3 66 47 23 11 .411 .509 .920 22
1992 Indianapolis .267 110 401 57 107 171 23 4 11 56 4 2 4 49 61 11 11 .351 .426 .777 3
Montreal
.167 13 30 2 5 7 2 0 0 5 0 1 0 7 7 0 0 .316 .233 .549 1
1993
Ottawa
.280 34 125 18 35 52 4 2 3 20 1 0 2 11 15 4 1 .348 .416 .764 0

Montreal .375 6 8 1 3 4 1 0 0 2 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.375
.500
.875
0

Chunichi (JAP) .250 60 132 10 33 57 6 0 6 23 0 0 0 7 34 1 0 .288 .432 .720

1994
New Britain .309 93 317 44 98 154 25 2 9 61 0 5 3 53 38 10 7 .407 .486 .893 3
1995
Pawtucket .284 75 271 40 77 133 17 0 13 56 1 3 1 29 41 3 3 .352 .491 .843 0
Boston
.261 39 88 8 23 35 7 1 1 17 1 1 1 4 14 0 1 .298 .398 .696 2
1996
Oakland
.277 61 137 21 38 75 5 1 10 23 0 1 1 19 23 1 1 .367 .547 .914 1

Edmonton
.344 51 180 35 62 104 16 1 8 41 1 6 0 21 34 0 0 .401 .578 .979 3
1997 Oakland
.298 133 352 62 105 205 19 0 27 73 1 4 3 50 60 3 2 .386 .582 .968 4
1998 Oakland
.294 149 523 88 154 267 33 1 26 106 1 4 6 59 93 8 3 .370 .511 .881 0
1999 Oakland
.258 146 531 94 137 283 26 3 38 102 0 1 2 89 124 2 7 .366 .533 .899 5
2000 Oakland
.227 143 476 74 108 197 26 0 21 81 1 6 1 78 122 5 2 .333 .414 .747 4
2001 Chi. Cubs
.250 128 340 48 85 157 21 0 17 61 1 3 7 52 76 2 3 .358 .462 .820 4
2002 Milwaukee
.244 107 270 41 66 129 15 0 16 41 0 1 8 36 50 2 0 .349 .478 .827 1
2003 Pittsburgh
.292 121 305 49 89 171 20 1 20 57 0 2 5 45 64 0 1 .389 .561 .950 3

*Nashville .167 7 18 4 3 9 0 0 2 3 0
0 2 7 2 0 0
.444
.500
.944
0
2004 Kansas City .267 126 439 48 117 198 21 3 18 66 0 3 5 49 92 1 0 .345 .451 .796 5
2005 Kansas City .275 127 396 55 109 176 26 1 13 66 0 5 5 60 69 1 2 .373 .444 .817 4
2006
Kansas City .261 77 226 31 59 97 14 0 8 32 0 2 2 31 52 0 0 .352 .429 .781 0
Texas
.210 26 81 6 17 30 4 0 3 11 0 0 1 6 22 0 0 .273 .370 .643 0
2006 Detroit
.244 14 41 5 10 19 3 0 2 8 0 0 0 3 12 0 0 .295 .463 .758 0
2007 Toronto
.289 125 357 58 103 196 28 1 21 64 0 2 2 44 66 2 1 .368 .549 .917 6
2008 Toronto
.250 105 320 42 80 126 11 1 11 44 0 2 5 41 87 1 1 .342 .394 .736 0
Philadelphia .294 16 17 4 5 12 1 0 2 5 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 .316 .706
1.022 0
2009
Philadelphia .194 99 103 15 20 39 4 0 5 17 0 0 3 23 30 0 0 .357 .379 .736 0
2010
San Diego .232 78 99 14 23 47 6 0 6 16 0 1 0 11 32 2 0 .306 .475 .781 0
MINORS TOTALS
.293 727 2575 381 755 1166 154 25 69 407 12 28 25 326 352 77 44 .374 .453 .827 87
MLB TOTALS
.264 1839 5139 766 1356 2470 293 13 265 897 5 40 57 708
1099 30 24 .357 .481 .837 40
*—Rehab assignment
DIVISION SERIES RECORD
YEAR
CLUB, OPP. AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
1995
BOS vs. CLE .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
2000
OAK vs. NYY .111 3 9 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.111
.222
.333
0
2008
PHI vs. MIL .000 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
2009
PHI vs. COL .000 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 1 0 0
.500
.000
.500
0
TOTALS
.077 8 13 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 3 0 0
.143
.154
.297
0
LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
YEAR
CLUB, OPP. AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2008
PHI vs. LAD 1.000 1 1 1 1 4 0 0 1 2 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
1.000
4.000
5.000
0
2009
PHI vs. LAD .000 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 0 0 0
.500
.000
.500
0
TOTALS
.500 3 2 1 1 4 0 0 1 2 0
0 0 1 0 0 0
.667
2.000
2.667
0
WORLD SERIES RECORD
YEAR
CLUB, OPP. AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2008
PHI vs. TBR .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
2009
PHI vs. NYY .125 5 8 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0
0 0 0 2 0 0
.125
.125
.250
0
TOTALS
.111 6 9 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0
0 0 0 3 0 0
.111
.111
.222
0
WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2006
Canada
.222 3 9 0 2 3 2 0 0 4 0
0 1 4 1 0 0
.500
.333
.833
0
2009
Canada
.000 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 2 0 0
.143
.000
.143
0
TOTALS
.133 5 15 0 2 3 2 0 0 4 0
0 1 5 3 0 0
.381
.200
.581
0

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STAIRS, MATT

2008
Began season with TOR...was traded to PHI, August 30...hit game-winning 2-run shot in Game 4 of the NLCS at LAD.

2006
Split the season among 3 clubs, combining to hit .247 (86-for-348) with 21 doubles, 13 home runs, 51 RBI and 42 runs scored.

PLAYERS

2007
Made 89 starts for TOR (37 at 1B, 35 in LF, 13 in RF, 4 at DH)...became 13th Canadian to appear in a game for the
Blue Jays and the 3rd in MLB history to play in 1500 games, Aug. 5 vs. TEX (Larry Walker, Terry Puhl).

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2009
In only complete season with PHI, led MLB with 5 pinch-hit home runs and tied for big league lead with 15 pinch RBI.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2010
4 pinch homers tied for MLB lead and helped the unsung Padres win 90 games and nearly earn a post-season spot...hit
MLB-record 21st career pinch homer, a 2-run 8th-inning shot, on Aug. 22 at MIL off Kameron Loe.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

CAREER
21 years after inking initial pro contract with the Expos, returns to original organization...18-year big league veteran has
competed in 4 post-seasons...is MLB’s all-time leader with 23 pinch-hit home runs (Cliff Johnson ranks 2nd with 20,
while Greg Dobbs and Ross Gload rank 2nd among active players with 8)...has played for a record-tying 12 different
MLB teams, homering for a record-tying 11 clubs...has represented native Canada in Olympics (Seoul, South Korea
‘88), World Championships (Italy ‘87) and World Baseball Classic (‘06, ‘09)...also played briefly in Japan in 1993.

2005
Led KCR with 60 walks and .373 OBP...hit 200th career homer, June 2 vs. NYY, becoming just the 2nd Canadian to
reach 200 HR (also Larry Walker, 383)...collected 700th career RBI, October 1 at TOR.

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2004
Appeared in 126 games with KCR...led the Royals with 49 walks...hit 8th career grand slam and tied career high with
6 RBI, April 20 at CLE...placed on the 15-day DL (strained left oblique) from August 7-22.
2003
Playing for Pirates, hit a 461-foot solo home run, April 5 at HOU, that was Minute Maid Park’s longest at the time.

2001
Was CHI’s Opening Day 1B...also saw time in the outfield and played one game at 2nd base.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2002
While with MIL, collected 500th career RBI, August 30 at CIN...spent time on DL with a strained left hamstring.

2000
In final year with OAK, hit 5th career walk-off home run, May 12 vs. SEA.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

1999
Played in 146 games for OAK...established career highs with 38 home runs, 531 at-bats, 94 runs scored and 89 walks...
tied for 8th in the AL with those 38 homers...hit 100th career home run, Sept. 23 at BAL.
1998
Set career highs with 149 games played, 154 hits, 33 doubles and 106 RBI for OAK...limited to DH for most of season
due to a left shoulder subluxation and left Achilles’ tendinitis.

1996
First of 5 seasons with OAK...matched an MLB record for outfielders with 2 assists in the 4th inning, April 16 at TEX...
tied a MLB record (12th time) with 6 RBI in an inning, including first career grand slam, July 5 vs. CAL.

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MEDIA

1995
Began ‘95 with Triple-A Pawtucket, but played in 39 games for the Red Sox...named International League Player of the
Month in May (.347, 7 home runs, 22 RBI)...blasted first career MLB homer, July 5 at KC off Tom Gordon.

NATIONALS
PARK

1997
First full big league season...earned AL Player of the Week honors (.611, 5 homers, 11 RBI), July 14-20.

1994
With Double-A New Britain, earned Eastern League midseason All-Star honors...was MVP of EL’s All-Star Game.
1993
Played for the Expos, Triple-A Ottawa and contract was sold to Chunichi of the Japanese Central League, June 8.
1992
Began with Triple-A Indianapolis and was recalled by MON on May 28...made MLB debut on May 29 at CIN, becoming the 7th Canadian player to play for the Expos...collected first big league hit (single) off Jose Rijo, May 31 at CIN.
1991
Led Double-A Eastern League in batting, slugging and total bases en route to MVP award with Harrisburg...hit for the
cycle, Aug. 23 vs. New Britain, capping the feat with a deft bunt single.
1990
Combined on 20 stolen bags while playing for both Double-A Jacksonville and Single-A West Palm Beach.
1989
Hit .244 in pro debut with Single-A clubs in West Palm Beach, Rockford and (short-season) Jamestown.
PERSONAL
Matthew Wade Stairs...graduated from Fredericton High School in New Brunswick (Canada) in 1988...spurned a hockey
scholarship from Michigan State to play baseball professionally...coaches hockey in the offseason.

AWARDS & HONORS
1994 ������� Double-A Eastern League All-Star (mid-season).
1991 ������� Double-A Eastern League MVP.
1991 ������� Double-A Eastern League All-Star (mid-season, post-season).

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PLAYERS

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FRONT OFFICE |
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COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

STAIRS, MATT

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
1989 ������� Signed with MON as a non-drafted free agent, Jan. 17.
1993 ������� Signed with Chunichi (Japan) as a free agent, June 9.

Signed with MON as a free agent, Dec. 15.
1994 ������� Acquired by BOS in exchange for cash considerations, Feb. 18.
1995 ������� Signed with OAK as a free agent, Nov. 20.
2000 ������� Acquired by CHI in exchange for RHP Eric Ireland, Nov. 20.
2002 ������� Signed with PIT as a free agent, Dec. 18.
2003 ������� Signed with KCR as a free agent, Dec. 9.
2006 ������� Acquired by TEX in exchange for RHP Joselo Diaz, July 31.

Claimed off waivers by DET, Sept. 15.

Signed with TOR as a free agent, Dec. 11.
2008 ������� Acquired by TEX in exchange for player to be named (LHP Fabio Castro), Aug. 30.
2010 ������� Signed with SDP as a minor-league free agent, Jan. 26.

Signed with Washington as a minor-league free agent, Dec. 14.

STAIRS

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

SIGNED BY
Bill Mackenzie (Expos)

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CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / 1B
2010 / OF
CAREER / 1B
CAREER / 2B
CAREER / OF

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 3 12 1 0 13 1
1.000
14
13
0
0
13
0
.991 290 1968 156 20 2144 189
— 1 0 0 0 0 0
.984 776 1180
58
20 1258
10

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 4, last 9/3/07 at BOS
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 6, last 7/14/05 at DET
HITTING STREAK............................ 12 games, 5/4/98 - 5/21/98
MULTI-HR GAMES (13)................... 5/14/97 vs. MIL (2)

7/14/97 vs. SEA (2)

8/31/97 at COL (2)

7/19/98 vs. MIN (2)

8/18/98 vs. TOR (2)

8/13/99 at TOR (2)

6/24/01 vs. MIL (2)

6/29/02 at MIN (2)

7/3/03 vs. CIN (2)

6/18/04 at PHI (2)

8/5/04 vs. CWS (2)

7/14/05 at DET (2)

4/23/08 at TBR (2)
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (12)........... 7/5/96 vs. CAL off Ryan Hancock

9/28/97 at SEA off Norm Charlton

4/16/98 vs. KCR off Tim Belcher

6/24/98 at SFG off Steve Reed

4/30/99 vs. BOS off Kip Gross

8/13/99 at TOR off Paul Spoljaric

6/6/00 vs. SDP off Rodrigo Lopez

4/20/04 at CLE off Jeriome Robertson

7/14/05 at DET off Franklyn German

5/19/07 at PHI off Clay Condrey

5/14/08 at MIN off Boof Bonser

9/10/09 at WAS off Zack Segovia
CAREER PINCH HOMERS (23).......... 4/05/96 vs. DET

8/25/96 at NYY

6/02/97 vs. DET

6/24/98 at SFG

8/30/02 at CIN

6/12/03 at TOR

6/22/03 vs. CLE

6/26/05 at COL

6/27/06 at CIN

10/01/06 vs. KCR

5/18/07 at PHI

8/29/07 at OAK

9/17/08 at ATL

9/28/08 vs. WAS

4/12/09 at COL

4/23/09 vs. MIL

5/27/09 vs. FLA

7/11/09 vs. PIT1

9/10/09 at WAS

7/07/10 at WAS

8/21/10 at MIL

9/14/10 at COL

9/18/10 at STL

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
3/9/84 Coldwater, OH
R
’11 Opening Day Age
26
6’3”
MLB Service
1.126
200
Selected in 12th round of 2005 First-Year Player Draft

YEAR
CLUB
2010 Washington
MLB TOTALS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.237 36 38 2 9 12 3 0 0 6 3 1 0 1 15 0 0 .250 .316 .566 4
.217 54 69 3 15 21 6 0 0 10 7 1 0 3 25 0 0 .247 .304 .551 4

MEDIA

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2009
Spent Spring Training in Nationals minor league camp, having never pitched above Double-A, but went 4-7 with a 5.11
ERA in 19 starts for the Nationals...did not pitch after August 29...had surgery performed by Dr. Wiemi Douoguih in
DC on Sept. 6 to clean out bone spurs...ground-ball specialist recorded a 1.7/1 ground ball-to-fly ball ratio that would
have ranked 12th in the NL with enough innings to qualify...walked just 2.04 batters per 9.0 innings, a figure that
would have ranked 8th in the NL with enough innings...walked one or none in 13 of 19 starts...thrice (L, June 12 at
TBR; ND, June 30 at FLA; ND, August 18 vs. COL) left in line for the win only to receive a no-decision or loss...in big
league debut, May 21 vs. PIT, retired 19 of first 20 batters faced, but received a no-decision...notched first big league
win in a 3-0 victory on June 18 at NYY...became the first Nationals pitcher to record an initial MLB win on the road
since Collin Balester turned the trick on July 1, 2008 at FLA...went 4-2 with a 1.80 ERA (8 ER/40.0 IP) in 7 IL starts
with Syracuse...allowed one earned run or less in 5 of his 7 assignments.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2010
Pitched remarkably similar in sophomore season compared to rookie campaign of ‘09...began 2010 in Washington’s
rotation, endured a stint with Triple-A Syracuse (2-0, 2.55 ERA in 3 International League starts, June 12-23), returned
to Washington’s rotation and finished pitching out of the bullpen...was 1-2 with a 5.43 ERA upon being optioned to
Triple-A following start on June 6 vs. CIN...after return from Triple-A, posted a 4.82 ERA in 23 games/7 starts, fanning
7.9 batters per 9.0 innings...for the season, went 4-4 with a 5.06 ERA in 19 starts, and 0-0 with one hold (Sept. 23 vs.
HOU) and a 5.48 ERA in 16 relief appearances...in those 16 games out of the bullpen, struck out 25 in 23.0 innings
(9.8 per 9.0 innings)...both 19 starts and 8 quality starts ranked 3rd among Nationals...induced 16 GIDPs to rank 2nd
among Nationals behind only John Lannan (19)...walked one or fewer batter in 9 of 19 starts.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CAREER
Ground-ball inducing machine...began rapid ascent up the Nationals’ player development ladder since beginning the
2008 campaign with Potomac of the Single-A Carolina League...was the Nationals’ 12th-round selection in 2005
First-Year Player Draft...was the 5th member of the Nationals’ inaugural-season 2005 First-Year Player Draft class to
reach DC...joins 3B Ryan Zimmerman (first round), OF Justin Maxwell (4th), LHP John Lannan (11th) and RHP Marco
Estrada (5th) on that short list...owns a 2.4/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio in the minor leagues...is an asset with the bat.

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STAMMEN CAREER RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
4
5 4.06 13 7 0 0 0 51.0 62 36 23 2 2 12 32 5.6 3 1
.297
6
9 3.58 21 21 0 0 0 113.0 110 55 45 10 2 29 93 7.4 8 0
.251
0
2
5.76 7 6 0 0 0 29.2 34 20 19 5 1 7 16 4.9 4 0
.288
8
6 4.18 28 22 0 0 0 125.0 156 79 58 9 4 54 96 6.9 16 0
.311
0
1
12.27 1 1 0 0 0 3.2 4 5 5 1 0 3 2 4.9 0 0
.267
4
2 2.21 15 9 0 0 1 69.1 59 24 17 6 1 17 62 8.0 2 0
.227
1
4 7.33 9 8 0 0 0 43.0 62 35 35 3 2 16 35 7.3 4 0
.354
3
1
1.64 6 6 0 0 0 38.1 22 8 7 1 0 11 31 7.3 0 0
.171
4
2
1.80 7 7 0 0 0 40.0 33 10 8 4 0 8 14 3.2 0 0
.223
4
7 5.11 19 19 1 0 0 105.2 112 67 60 14 3 24 48 4.1 7 0
.271
4
4 5.13 35 19 0 0 0 128.0 151 78 73 13 1 41 85 6.0 3 0
.297
2
0
2.25 3 3 1 1 0 20.0 18 5 5 2 1 3 10 4.5 0 0
.237
32
32 3.75 110 90 1 1 1 533.0 560 277 222 43 13 160 391 6.6 37 1 .271
8
11 5.12 54 38 1 0 0 233.2 263 145 133 27 4 65 133 5.1 10 0 .285

PLAYERS

YEAR
CLUB
2005
Vermont
2006
Savannah
Potomac
2007
Potomac
Columbus
2008
Potomac
Columbus
Harrisburg
2009
Syracuse
Washington
2010 Washington
Syracuse
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS

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Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

35

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

Craig Stammen • RHP

2008
Went combined 8-7 with a 3.52 ERA in 30 games (23 starts) with Columbus of the Triple-A International League,
Harrisburg of the Double-A Eastern League and Potomac of the Single-A Carolina League...earned Carolina League
mid-season All-Star honors, but did not participate due to June 18 promotion to Harrisburg...went 3-1 with a 1.64 ERA
in 6 starts with Senators...went 2-0 with a 0.64 ERA in 2 starts and was named MiLB.com Eastern League Pitcher of
the Week and Bank Of America EL Pitcher of the Week for the period ending July 13...in 4 July starts, went 3-0 with a
1.08 ERA (3 ER/25.0 IP) for the Senators...pitching for Potomac on May 26 vs. Lynchburg, earned the win and struck
out single-game professional high 10 en route to 8.0 innings of 2-run ball.
2007
In 28 games (22 starts) with Potomac, went 8-6 with a 4.18 ERA...allowed only 9 home runs in 125.0 innings, or one
long ball every 14.0 innings...made 6 relief appearances with Potomac and posted .227 batting average against en
route to a 3.00 bullpen ERA...earned a spot start with Columbus on September 2 at Toledo.
2006
Spent majority of the season with Savannah of the Single-A South Atlantic League, where he posted a 3.58 ERA in 21
starts...went 3-0 with a 2.10 ERA in 5 June starts...was touched for just one home run in 21 first innings with Savannah...pitched in 7 games (6 starts) with Potomac during late-season audition.
2005
Made 13 appearances (7 starts) with short-season Vermont of the rookie-level New York-Penn League, going 4-5 with a
4.06 ERA...spun 2.1 scoreless innings out of bullpen in professional debut, June 22 at Lowell.
PERSONAL
Craig N. Stammen...played football, basketball and baseball at Versailles (OH) High...pitched collegiately at the University
of Dayton...is the all-time leader in strikeouts at Dayton...as an entrepreneurship and business management major at
Dayton, was an Atlantic 10 Academic All-Conference selection.

STAMMEN

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
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PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

STAMMEN, CRAIG

AWARDS & HONORS
2008 ������� Carolina League All-Star (mid-season).
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2005 ������� Selected by WAS in 12th round of First-Year Player Draft.
SIGNED BY
Ben Jones (Nationals)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
.875
.920

G
35
54

PO
9
15

A
19
31

E
4
4

TC
32
50

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 9.0 IP, 7/11/09 at HOU
WINNING STREAK........................... 2 games, 7/30/10 - 8/4/10
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 8, 5/7/10 vs. FLA
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

NATIONALS PARK FACTS

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

Nationals Park
2011 Capacity: 41,546
Field Dimensions: Left-Field Line (336 ft), Left-Center Field (377 ft), Center Field (403 ft), Right-Center Field (370 ft), Right-Field Line (335ft)
First Basball Game: March 22, 2008, George Washington University 9, St. Joseph’s University 4
First MLB Game: March 29, 2008 vs. BAL (W3-0, exhibition)
First MLB Regular-Season Game: March 30, 2008 vs. ATL (W3-2)
* First HR hit by Chipper Jones in 4th inning, Ryan Zimmerman hits game-ending homer in 9th
Nationals Records at Nationals Park
2008: 34-46 (.425)
2009: 33-48 (.407)
2010: 41-40 (.506)
Overall: 108-134 (.446)
Nationals Longest Win Streak at Nationals Park: 8 games, July 25-August 9, 2009
Best Homestands at Nationals Park: 6-0 (August 4-9, 2009) and 8-1 (August 26-September 3, 2008)
Nationals Longest Losing Streak at Nationals Park: 7 games, May 15-20, 2009

MEDIA

Most Home Runs at Nationals Park: Adam Dunn (39), Ryan Zimmerman (33), Josh Willingham (20)
Most Wins at Nationals Park: Tyler Clippard (11), John Lannan (11), Livan Hernandez (9)

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4
4

S
Born
8/11/87 Brownsburg, IN
R
’11 Opening Day Age
23
6’2”
MLB Service
0.140
180
Selected in first round (10th overall) of 2009 First-Year Player Draft

CAREER
Looks to build on first full season as a pro, which yielded fantastic results for a 22 year-old...signed with Washington on
June 10, 2009, less than 24 hours after being selected...thus, became the first player drafted in the first round of the
2009 First-Year Player Draft to sign...as rare Draft-eligible sophomore, played only 2 seasons at Stanford.

MEDIA

141

NATIONALS
PARK

Stanford: One of college baseball’s premier closers in 2nd and final season at Stanford...First-Team All-Pac 10 selection
after going 7-1 with 7 saves and a 3.80 ERA in 28 appearances...in 42.2 innings of relief work, tallied 66 strikeouts
(13.9 K’s per 9.0 innings) with only 8 walks en route to an 8.3/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio...paced the Cardinal pitching
staff in wins, saves, ERA and appearances...became the first pitcher to lead the Cardinal in both wins and saves since
former big league LHP Jeff Ballard did so in ‘84...posted a .210 batting average against, including a meager .182 mark
when facing right-handed batters...struck out at least 5 batters on 5 occasions, including a career-high 8-K effort in
2.2 innings of relief on May 23 vs. Oregon State.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2009
Professional: Combined to go 2-1 with 11 saves and a 1.95 ERA in 28 appearances with Double-A Harrisburg, Single-A
Potomac and Single-A Hagerstown...in first 19.0 innings as a pro, struck out 33 and did not issue a walk...first free pass
was not issued until pitching for Potomac on July 30 vs. Winston-Salem...led Harrisburg in saves...was named co-Pitcher
of the Month for Harrisburg in August...participated in the Nationals Instructional League program and subsequently
went 2-0 with 4 saves and a 0.66 ERA in 12 appearances with Phoenix in the prestigious Arizona Fall League.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
Reached the big leagues less than one year after being drafted and turned in solid results in 4-plus months with the
Nationals...with MLB debut on May 18 at STL, became the 2nd player from the 2009 First-Year Draft class to reach the
big leagues...was beat to the punch by only CIN’s Mike Leake...posted Nationals’ rookie-record 5 saves, and suffered
just 2 blown saves...10 holds ranked 3rd among Nationals, 5th among MLB rookie pitchers...successfully stranded
85.2 percent of inherited baserunners (23 of 27)...ranked among NL rookies in strikeouts (4th, 52), strikeouts per 9.0
innings (5th, 8.5), strikeout-to-walk ratio (5th, 2.4/1), holds (5th, 10), batting average against (5th, .241) and appearances (tied 5th, 54)...in 2nd MLB appearance, May 19 vs. NYM, escaped inherited jam with 0.2 scoreless inning and
was rewarded with the win in Washington’s 5-3 victory...tossed 1.2 scoreless innings, May 23 vs. BAL, to garner first
big league hold...scoreless 9th rendered first big league save in a 6-3 win, Aug. 6 at LAD...earned spot in Washington
by registering 4 saves and a 1.08 ERA in 13 minor-league appearances with Syracuse and Harrisburg.

2010
IN REVIEW

CAREER BATTING RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2010 Washington .500 50 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .500 .500
1.000 0
MLB TOTALS
.500 50 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .500 .500 .500 0

PLAYERS

STOREN CAREER RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
0
1
3.68
11 0 0 0 0 14.2 11 6 6 2 2 0 26
16.0 5 0
.193
1
0
1.80 7 0 0 0 2 10.0 7 2 2 0 0 2 11 9.9 2 0
.206
1
0
0.00
10 0 0 0 9 12.1 3 0 0 0 0 6 12 8.8 0 0
.077
0
0
0.96 7 0 0 0 4 9.1 5 1 1 1 0 1 11
10.6 0 0
.161
0
0
1.23 6 0 0 0 0 7.1 7 1 1 0 0 2 4 4.9 0 0
.259
4
4 3.58 54 0 0 0 5 55.1 48 24 22 3 3 22 52 8.5 3 0
.241
2
1 1.68 41 0 0 0 15 53.2 33 10 10 3 2 11 64 10.7 7 0
.176
4
4 3.58 54 0 0 0 5 55.1 48 24 22 3 3 22 52 8.5 3 0
.241

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

YEAR
CLUB
2009
Hagerstown
Potomac
Harrisburg
2010
Harrisburg
Syracuse

Washington
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Bats
Throws
Height
Weight
Obtained

22

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

Drew Storen • RHP

COLLEGE / AMATEUR CAREER
Stanford: During pair of seasons at Stanford, went a combined 12-4 with 15 saves and a 3.64 ERA in 59 appearances...
twice garnered First-Team All-Pac 10 honors...in 99.0 frames, logged a 5.0/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio thanks to 116
strikeouts and just 23 walks...posted a 3-0 mark and 2 saves in 7 games during the Stanford’s NCAA Tournament run...
was recognized as a First-Team Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball/Louisville Slugger...upon being selected by
the Nationals, became the Stanford’s 23rd first-round selection, 14 of which have been pitchers...had never pitched in
a closer’s role until arriving at Stanford...pitched as a starter in Fall Ball to help master changeup...at Stanford, roomed
with Nationals prospect LHP Jack McGeary. Amateur: In summer of 2008, went 1-2 with 5 saves and a 2.76 ERA in
13 appearances for the Cotuit Ketteleers in the prestigious Cape Cod League.
PERSONAL
Drew P. Storen...a 2007 graduate of Brownsburg (IN) High...posted a 30-2 record and a 1.55 ERA at Brownsburg...
as a senior, went 8-1 with 0.89 ERA en route to earning Louisville Slugger first-team All-America status...was named
first-team all-state in both 2006 and 2007 by the Associated Press...was Indiana’s nominee for the 2006 Wendy’s High
School Heisman Award...played 7 seasons for Indiana Bulls...was drafted by the Yankees in 34th round of 2007 draft,
but did not sign in order to attend Stanford...collects hats and bobbleheads...enjoys drawing.

STOREN

AWARDS & HONORS
2010 ������� Nationals No. 3 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2009 ������� Selected by WAS in first round (10th overall) of First-Year Player Draft.
SIGNED BY
Ryan Fox (Nationals)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 54 2 6 0 8 1
1.000 54 2 6 0 8 1

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. None
WINNING STREAK........................... 2 games, 5/19/10 - 6/9/10
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 3, last 10/3/10 at NYM
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

SAVE RULE

A closer look at the save rule for relief pitchers (rule 10.20 in the Official Baseball Rules):

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

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STOREN, DREW

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10.20 Credit a pitcher with a save when he meets all 3 of the following conditions:

(1) He is the finishing pitcher in a game won by his club; and

(2) He is not the winning pitcher; and

(3) He qualifies under one of the following conditions:
(a) He enters the game with the lead of no more than three runs and pitches for at least one inning; or
(b) He enters the game, regardless of the count, with the potential tying run on base, or at bat, or on deck

(that is, the potential tying run is either already on base or is one of the first two batsmen he faces; or
(c) He pitches effectively for at least three innings.

(no more than one save may be credited in each game)

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
7/20/88 San Diego, CA
R
’11 Opening Day Age
22
6’4”
MLB Service
0.118
220
Selected in first round (first overall) of 2009 First-Year Player Draft

STRASBURG CAREER RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
3
1
1.64 5 5 0 0 0 22.0 13 9 4 0 1 6 27
11.0 0 0
.165
4
1
1.08 6 6 0 0 0 33.1 18 5 4 1 0 7 38
10.3 1 1
.154
5
3 2.91 12 12 0 0 0 68.0 56 25 22 5 0 17 92 12.2 2 0
.221
7
2 1.30 11 11 0 0 0 55.1 31 14 8 1 1 13 65 10.6 1 1
.158
5
3 2.91 12 12 0 0 0 68.0 56 25 22 5 0 17 92 12.2 2 0
.221

YEAR
CLUB
2010 Washington
MLB TOTALS

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.050 11 20 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 7 0 0 .050 .050 .100 1
.050 11 20 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 7 0 0 .050 .050 .050 1

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HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
Took MLB by storm with stellar 12-start rookie campaign, but saw season end prematurely after leaving Aug. 21 start
at PHI with what was later revealed as a torn ulnar-collateral ligament in the right elbow...had right elbow repaired by
Dr. Lewis Yocum in Los Angeles, CA on Sept. 3...began rehab program less than a week post surgery...allowed 2 or less
runs in 9 of 12 starts with Washington...registered as many or more strikeouts than innings pitched in 11 of 12 starts,
with the exception being a 4-K, 4.1-inning effort on Aug. 10 vs. FLA...fanned 12.2 batters per 9.0 innings (SFG’s Tim
Lincecum paced qualified MLB pitchers at 9.8)...struck out 33.6 percent of batters faced (92 of 274), tops among
MLB starting pitchers (TOR’s Brandon Morrow ranked 2nd at 28.3%)...despite accepting just 12 assignments, ranked
3rd among Nationals with 92 strikeouts...with the entire MLB community watching, made MLB debut in a 5-2 win on
June 8 vs. PIT...the debut came one day shy of the one-year anniversary of being drafted first-overall by the Nationals...
struck out 14 Pirates in 7.0 dazzling/dominant innings...in that start, became only the 2nd pitcher since ‘87 (the year
STATS, Inc. began charting pitches) to fan 14-plus and throw less than 100 pitches in a game (on April 9, 2003 at
Wrigley Field, MON’s Javier Vazquez struck out 14 in 7.0 innings and required just 96 pitches)...only 2 pitchers ever
struck out more in an MLB debut: both HOU’s J.R. Richard (Sept. 5, 1971 at SFG) and BRK’s Karl Spooner (Sept. 22,
1954 vs. NYG) fanned 15...by striking out the final 7 Pirates faced, became just the 2nd player to fan 7 straight batters in an MLB debut (BAL’s Sammy Stewart did so on Sept. 1, 1978 vs. CWS)...with 14 K’s in 7.0 walkless innings,
became just the 4th rookie to fan 14 or more in a single game and not issue a walk...the other 3 were Roger Clemens
(16 SO, Aug. 21, 1984 vs. KCR), Dwight Gooden (16 SO on both Sept. 12, 1984 vs. PIT and Sept. 17, 1984 at PHI)
and Kerry Wood (20 SO on May 6, 1998 vs. HOU)...in 3rd big league start, struck out 10 ChiSox in 7.0 innings on June
18 in DC...when starting, Washington went 8-4...went 4-1 with a 1.08 ERA in 6 Triple-A International League starts
with the Syracuse Chiefs...was promoted to Syracuse on May 4 after making 5 starts with the Harrisburg Senators...
finished 3-1 with a 1.64 ERA in 5 Double-A Eastern League starts...combined to go 7-2 with a 1.43 ERA in 11 starts
for the Nationals’ top 2 affiliates...allowed just one home run (Rene Rivera, May 26 vs. Scranton/W-B) in those 11 starts
or 55.1 innings...fanned 65 and walked just 13, good for a 5.0/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio and 10.6 strikeouts per 9.0
innings pitched...in 11 minor-league starts, batting average against was .158 (31-for-196).

2010
IN REVIEW

CAREER
The baseball story of the Summer of ‘10...is on mend from Sept. 3, 2010 right elbow surgery...has spent considerable
time and energy since the aforementioned surgery strengthening core and right shoulder...tall (6-foot-4) and powerful
(225 lbs.) righthander is best known for unique blend of velocity, power and control...was considered by many experts
to be the top draft-eligible amateur player the last 25 years...following MLB debut on June 8, 2010 vs. PIT, donated
game hat and game ball (ball hit for first out recorded, an Andrew McCutchen lineout to SS) to the National Baseball
Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, NY.

PLAYERS

YEAR
CLUB
2010
Harrisburg
Syracuse
Washington
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

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Obtained

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COMMUNITY
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Stephen Strasburg • RHP

2009
Professional: Did not pitch in the Nationals system after signing on August 16 at 11:58:43 p.m. (77 2nds before deadline)...after signing, worked out in DC in/around the Nationals for the better part of a month...gained first pro exposure
during the Nationals’ 2009 Instructional League, which took place in Viera, FL...in 2 Instructional League outings,
worked 5.0 innings before heading to Phoenix to participate in the prestigious Arizona Fall League...in 5 AFL starts, went
4-1 with a 4.26 ERA...ERA was skewed by one tough outing (7 ER allowed, October 22 at Peoria Javelinas)...otherwise,
ERA would have been 1.10...walked 7 and struck out 23 in 19.0 AFL innings (3.3/1 K-to-BB ratio, 10.9 K’s per 9.0
innings)...was to start AFL Championship game on Nov. 21, but suffered freakish knee injury during the Phoenix Desert
Dogs batting practice on November 19...one day later, a precautionary exam performed today by Dr. Lewis Yocum in
Los Angeles revealed patellar subluxation in the left knee...the injury’s treatment included rest and physical therapy,
but did not require surgery...is expected to be 100 percent for 2010 Spring Training.
SDSU: 2009 recipient of both the Golden Spikes Award and the Dick Howser Trophy...posted 13 double-digit strikeout
totals...worked scoreless ball 7 times in 15 starts...regular season and conference-tournament efforts—SDSU went 14-0
when pitching—were largely responsible for the Aztecs securing their first NCAA Regional berth since 1991...went 13-1
with a 1.32 ERA (16 ER/109.0 IP) in 15 starts as a junior for Tony Gwynn’s Aztecs...fanned an NCAA-best 195 in 109.0
innings as a junior, or 16.1 K’s per 9.0 innings (tops in NCAA), en route to a 10.3/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio...did not
issue more than 2 walks in any game, and walked one or fewer batters in 10 of 15 starting assignments...on May 8, in
front of capacity crowd at Tony Gwynn Stadium, struck out 17 while no-hitting Air Force.
COLLEGE / AMATEUR CAREER
SDSU: In 3 collegiate seasons, went 22-7 with 7 saves and a 1.59 ERA (43 ER/243.1 IP) in 52 games for SDSU...was
San Diego State’s closer as a freshman and their top starter as both a sophomore and junior...in 3 collegiate seasons,
was twice named Mountain West Conference Pitcher of the Year...was named MWC Co-Freshman of the Year in 2007.
Olympics/Amateur: Pitched for Team USA in the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics...in doing so, became the first collegiate
member of Team USA since pro players were permitted in ‘00...was the recipient of the ‘08 Richard W. “Dick” Case
Award (Team USA’s Athlete of the Year), thanks to 2-start stint (2.45 ERA in Olympic tournament) and ‘08 performance
with Team USA’s undefeated (24-0) National (collegiate) Team...in summer of ‘07, pitched for Torrington in the New
England Collegiate Baseball League (1-0, 7 saves, 1.29 ERA)...was named NECBL’s Top Pro Prospect and Top Reliever.

STRASBURG

PERSONAL
Stephen J. Strasburg...is actively working toward finishing degree in public administration at San Diego State...graduated
from West Hills (CA) High in ‘06...a 3-time letterman at West Hills...was the ‘06 West Hills Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

AWARDS & HONORS
2010 ������� Topps Rookie All-Star Team.
2010 ������� Nationals No. 1 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2009 ������� Golden Spikes Award.
2009 ������� Dick Howser Trophy recipient.
2009 ������� National Pitcher of the Year.
2009 ������� Mountain West Conference Player of the Year.
2008 ������� Richard W. “Dick” Case Award (Team USA Athlete of the Year).
2008 ������� Mountain West Conference Player of the Year.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2009 ������� Selected by WAS in first round (first overall) of First-Year Player Draft.

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
.875 12 4 3 1 8 0
.875 12 4 3 1 8 0

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 7.0, last 6/18/10 vs. CWS
WINNING STREAK........................... 3 games, 7/9/10 - 7/21/10
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 14, 6/8/10 vs. PIT
CAREER 10-K GAMES (2)............... 6/8/10 vs. PIT (14)

6/18/10 vs. CWS (10)
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

BIG TRAIN

SIGNED BY
Marc Baca (Nationals)

MEDIA

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PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

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MANAGER |
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STRASBURG, STEPHEN

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How dominant was Senators LHP Walter Johnson, who was a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame’s inaugural class in 1936?
Johnson was a 2-time American League MVP (1913, 1924) who paced the AL in strikeouts 12 times, shutouts 7 times, wins 6 times,
complete games 6 times, ERA 5 times, innings 5 times, games started 4 times and winning percentage twice. Meanwhile, he never
once posted a triple-digit walk total. A closer look at where Johnson ranks, entering the 2011 season, on various all-time leaderboards:

Wins: 417 (2nd, Cy Young 511)

ERA: 2.17 (11th, Ed Walsh 1.82)
Complete Games: 531 (4th, Cy Young 749)
*min. 1000 innings, 3000 PA, 100 decisions

Shutouts: 110 (first)
Strikeouts: 3509 (9th, Nolan Ryan 5714)

WHIP: 1.06 (8th, Eddie Joss 0.97)
*min. 1000 innings, 3000 PA, 100 decisions

Games Started: 666 (13th, Cy Young 815)
Losses: 279 (4th, Cy Young 316)

Adjusted ERA: 147 (tied 4th, Mariano Rivera 202)
*min. 1000 innings, 3000 PA, 100 decisions

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

L
Born
11/27/79 Greenwood, MS
L
’11 Opening Day Age
31
6’1”
MLB Service
0.091
200
Signed as minor-league free agent, December 20, 2010

YEAR CLUB, OPP.
2009 BOS vs. TBR

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
NOT ON POST-SEASON ROSTER

2009
Combined on just 27 games for BOS and Triple-A Pawtucket in injury-plagued campaign...began season on big league
DL, March 27-April 24, with sprained ankle...hit first MLB homer, a solo shot off Jensen Lewis, April 29 at CLE.

NATIONALS
PARK

2008
Saw first big league action, playing in 11 games spanning 3 stints with BOS...spent most of season with Triple-A Pawtucket...made MLB debut and singled off Daniel Cabrera, May 14 at BAL...pocketed first big league RBI, Sept. 2 vs.
BAL...hit 10th-inning game-ending single in BOS’s regular-season finale, Sept. 28 (G2) vs. NYY...represented Pawtucket
in Triple-A All-Star Game in Louisville (KY)...ranked among International League leaders with 26 homers (tied 3rd) and
84 runs (tied 4th)....played flawless defense, fielding 306 total chances without an error.

MEDIA

2010
Played in career-high 22 big league games with the Red Sox...signed with PIT in the off-season, but was dealt to BOS
on April 24...played in 21 games for the Red Sox before being reacquired by Pirates on May 31.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

CAREER
Solid defender in center field...has shown power (136 home runs) and speed (82 stolen bases) in portions of 10 minor
league seasons...averaged 20 home runs per campaign during a 5-year span from 2004-08...pitched in one game each
of the last 2 seasons for the Red Sox...in the 2 appearances (April 30, 2009 at TBR, May 10, 2010 vs. NYY), both of
which came in blowouts, worked 1.2 innings, fanning one (Brett Gardner) and allowing 2 runs.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
NOT ON POST-SEASON ROSTER
NOT ON POST-SEASON ROSTER

2010
IN REVIEW

YEAR CLUB, OPP.
2008 BOS vs. LAA
2009 BOS vs. LAA

PLAYERS

VAN EVERY CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2001
Mahoning Valley
.252 41 135 30 34 60 4 2 6 17 0 0 7 28 50 1 2 .406 .444 .850 2
2002
Mahoning Valley
.257 42 140 31 36 73 7 6 6 26 1 2 1 20 45 6 0 .350 .521 .871 0
Columbus
.140 15 43 10 6 17 0 1 3 4 0 0 2 13 25 1 0 .362 .395 .757 3
2003
Lake County .193 59 197 22 38 66 9 2 5 24 3 2 7 12 89 15 5 .261 .335 .596 2
Mahoning Valley .262 22 65 13 17 28 6 1 1 9 0 2 3 9 23 7 4 .367 .431 .798 1
2004 Kinston
.276 113 392 67 108 197 22 2 21 71 0 6 8 53 129 11 3 .368 .503 .871 10
2005 Akron
.244 118 389 71 95 194 14 2 27 64 3 1 7 66 155 16 6 .363 .499 .862 4
2006
Akron
.258 66 236 35 61 117 16 5 10 40 0 5 5 26 80 5 1 .338 .496 .834 0
Buffalo
.258 47 151 23 39 67 9 2 5 16 0 1 3 16 51 5 2 .339 .444 .783 0
2007
Akron
.344 44 151 27 52 88 14 5 4 34 3 2 1 19 48 4 5 .416 .583 .999 4
Buffalo
.272 51 158 17 43 74 5 1 8 23 2 1 2 23 57 2 3 .370 .468 .838 0
2008 Pawtucket
.263 119 380 84 100 199 15 3 26 70 3 1 4 54 157 6 1 .360 .524 .884 0
Boston
.235 11 17 0 4 6 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 .278 .353 .631 0
2009 Pawtucket
.215 20 65 7 14 30 4 0 4 10 0 0 1 16 25 0 0 .378 .462 .840 2
Boston
.364 7 11 1 4 7 0 0 1 3 0
0 0 2 5 0 0
.462
.636
1.098
0
2010
Indianapolis .214 74 210 32 45 84 9 0 10 29 1 2 2 37 85 3 4 .335 .400 .735 3
Boston
.211 21 19 6 4 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 9 0 0 .286 .421 .707 0
MINOR TOTALS
.254 831 2712 469 688 1294 134 32 136 437 16 25 53 392
1019 82 36 .356 .477 .833 31
MLB TOTALS
.255 39 47 7 12 21 1 1 2 9 0 0 0 5 20 0 0 .327 .447 .774 0

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Jonathan Van Every • OF

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2007
Combined to hit .307 with 12 homers and 57 RBI in 95 games for Triple-A Buffalo and Double-A Akron...named the
Double-A Eastern League’s Player of the Week, April 23...was promoted to Buffalo on June 11...missed the final 3
weeks of ‘07 with left knee inflammation.
2006
Playing for Double-A Akron and Triple-A Buffalo, posted 25 doubles, 7 triples, 15 home runs and 56 RBI in 113 games.
2005
Earned Eastern League All-Star honors with Double-A Akron...ranked 2nd in league with 27 home runs and 66 walks.
2004
With Single-A Kinston, ranked 3rd in Carolina League with .503 slugging percentage...tallied 22 doubles, 21 home
runs and career-best 71 RBI in 113 games.
2003
Recorded career-best 22 stolen bases short-season Single-A Mahoning Valley and Single-A Lake County.
2002
Posted .429 slugging percentage with 9 homers and 30 RBI in 57 games with Mahoning Valley and Single-A Columbus.
2001
In pro debut with Mahoning Valley, posted 6 homers and 17 RBI in 41 New York-Penn League games.
PERSONAL
Jonathan Eugene Van Every...graduated from University Christian (MS) High School...pitched at Itawamba Junior College
in Fulton, Mississippi...attended the New Stars for Young Stars event in 2008 to benefit the Jimmy Fund.

VAN EVERY

AWARDS & H8NORS
2005 ������� Triple-A International League All-Star (mid-season).
2005 ������� Double-A Eastern League All-Star (mid-season).

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2002 ������� Selected by CLE in 29th round of First-Year Player Draft.
2007 ������� Signed with BOS as a minor-league free agent, Dec. 1.
2009 ������� Signed with PIT as a minor-league free agent, July 25.
2010 ������� Acquired by BOS in exchange for cash considerations, April 24.

Acquired by PIT in exchange for C Josue Posey, May 31.

Signed with Washington as a minor-league free agent, Dec. 20.
SIGNED BY
Phil Rossi (Pirates)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / OF
2010 / P
CAREER / OF
CAREER / P

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000
21
15
0
0
15
0
1.000 1 1 0 0 0 0
1.000
36
37
0
0
37
0
1.000 2 1 0 0 0 0

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 2, last 5/6/09 vs. CLE
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 3, 9/26/08 vs. NYY
HITTING STREAK............................ 2 games, last 5/1/10 - 5/2/10
MULTI-HR GAMES (0)..................... None
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (0)............ None
CAREER PINCH HOMERS (0).......... None

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

R
Born
3/31/80 Tainan City, Taiwan
R
’11 Opening Day Age
31
6’3”
MLB Service
5.159
230
Signed as free agent, February 19, 2009

2010
Did not pitch in 2010 while working with the Nationals’ training staff on a rehab program designed to regain full health
from July 2009 right shoulder surgery...did return to health in time to pitch in Instructional League in Sept. and Oct...
in 2 FIL appearances, spun 3.0 no-hit scoreless innings, walking one and fanning one.

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MEDIA

2009
In injury-ravaged season, went 1-6 with a 9.64 ERA in 12 games/9 starts for NYY...took loss in first 3 starts...endured
pair of DL stints due to hip abductor muscle weakness and a torn shoulder capsule, which was repaired by Dr. James
Andrews in Birmingham, AL on July 29...threw first pitch at New Yankee Stadium in ballpark’s first exhibition on April
3 vs. CHI...made 100th career start, June 10 at BOS...lone win: June 28 at NYM...last pitched, July 4 vs. TOR.

NATIONALS
PARK

CAREER
2-time 19-game winner hopes to stabilize Nationals rotation and re-establish career in DC...in 2-year span from 2006-07,
paced MLB in wins (first, 38) and winning percentage (first, .745)...career ground ball-to-fly ball ratio of 2.73/1 ranks
3rd among active pitcher with 100-plus starts (Brandon Webb-3.63/1, Derek Lowe-3.09/1)...at 14.4, paces active
pitchers (min. 100 starts) in fewest pitches required per inning (Roy Halladay, 2nd at 14.6)...has allowed only 41 home
runs in 670.2 career innings...home run (in)frequency of 0.55 per 9.0 innings pitched is MLB’s best since Mike LaCoss
nurtured a 0.51/9.0-inning mark from 1978-91...career quality start percentage is 56.7 (59 in 104 career starts).

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK BAA
0
1 1.35 1 1 0 0 0 0 6.2 6 4 1 1 1 0 1 0 0
.231
1
0 4.05 1 1 0 0 0 0 6.2 8 3 3 1 0 1 4 0 0
.308
0
2
19.06 2 2 0 0 0 0 5.2 14 12 12 3 2 4 2 0 0
.500
1
3 7.58 4 4 0 0 0 0 19.0 28 19 16 5 3 5 7 0 0
.350

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

YEAR CLUB, OPP.
2005
NYY vs. LAA
2006
NYY vs. DET
2007
NYY vs. CLE
TOTALS

2010
IN REVIEW

CAREER BATTING RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2010 Washington — 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
MLB TOTALS
.000 109 14 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 8 0 0 .000 .000 .000 2

PLAYERS

WANG CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2000
Staten Island 4
4 2.48 14 14 2 1 0 87.0 77 34 24 2 2 21 75 7.8 7 1
.233
2001
DID NOT PITCH / INJURED
2002
Staten Island 6
1 1.72 13 13 0 0 0 78.1 63 23 15 2 0 14 64 7.4 1 2
.219
2003
GCL Yankees 0
0
0.00 1 1 0 0 0 3.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 6.0 0 0
.182
Trenton
7
6 4.65 21 21 2 1 0 122.0 143 71 63 7 2 32 84 6.2 3 1
.294
2004
Trenton
6
5 4.05 18 18 0 0 0 109.0 112 53 49 6 3 26 90 7.4 2 0
.274
Columbus 5
1
2.01 6 5 2 1 0 40.1 31 9 9 3 1 8 35 7.8 0 0
.215
2005
Columbus 2
1
4.24 6 6 0 0 0 34.0 40 16 16 4 0 6 21 5.6 1 0
.301
N.Y. Yankees 8
5 4.02 18 17 0 0 0 116.1 113 58 52 9 6 32 47 3.6 3 0
.256
2006 N.Y. Yankees 19
6 3.63 34 33 2 1 1 218.0 233 92 88 12 2 52 76 3.1 6 1
.277
2007
*Tampa
0
0
5.40 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 5 3 3 0 1 1 4 7.2 0 0
.250
N.Y. Yankees 19
7
3.70
30
30 1 0 0 199.1
199 84 82 9 8 59
104 4.7 9 1
.265
2008 N.Y. Yankees 8
2 4.07 15 15 1 0 0 95.0 90 44 43 4 3 35 54 5.1 0 0
.249

*Scranton/W-B
1
0
0.00 2 2 1 1 0 13.0 7 0 0 0 0 3 7 4.8 0 0
.159
2009 N.Y. Yankees 1
6 9.64 12 9 0 0 0 42.0 66 46 45 7 2 19 29 6.2 3 0
.365
2010
DID NOT PITCH / INJURED
MINORS TOTALS
31
18 3.28 82 81 7 4 0 491.2 480 209 179 24 9 111 382 7.0 14 4 .257
MLB TOTALS
55
26 4.16 109 104 4 1 1 670.2 701 324 310 41 21 197 310 4.2 21 2 .272

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Chien-Ming Wang • RHP

PLAYERS

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WANG, CHIEN-MING

2008
Earned the win in first Opening Day start, April 1 vs. TOR...went 5-0 in April...made only 15 starts due to mid-foot
sprain of the Lisfranc ligament and a partial tear of the peroneal longus tendon in right foot...notched 50th career win
in 85th start, April 22 at CWS...suffered season-ending foot injury scoring on Derek Jeter RBI single, June 15 at HOU.
2007
In only 30 starts, won 19 games for 2nd straight year...became first NYY to lead team in wins in back-to-back seasons
since Andy Pettitte (1996-97)...became first NYY to record at least 19 wins in consecutive seasons since Tommy John
(21 in ‘79, 22 in ‘80)...fanned career-best 104...finished 7th in AL Cy Young Award voting...32 GIDP tied CLE’s Fausto
Carmona for MLB lead...missed season’s first 18 contests with strained right hamstring...retired first 22 batters faced,
May 5 vs. SEA, but Ben Broussard homered with one out in 8th.
2006
Went 19-6 with a 3.63 ERA in 34 starts/33 starts in first full big league season...finished 2nd in AL Cy Young Award
voting...ranked among AL leaders in wins (tied for first), home run frequency (MLB-best one per 18.1 innings), pitches
per inning (2nd, 14.0), winning percentage (tied for 3rd, .760), home ERA (tied for 4th, 3.03), innings (5th, 218.0)
and starts (6th, 33)...eclipsed Chan Ho Park’s mark (18 in 2000) for single-season wins by a Asian-born pitcher.
2005
Began season with Columbus of the Triple-A International League, but eventually won 8 games in 17 starts for the Yankees...received no-decision in MLB debut on April 30 vs. TOR, allowing 2 runs in 7.0 innings...recorded first strikeout
(Toby Hall) in 2nd start, May 5 at TBR...allowed 3 runs in 7.1 innings while registering first big league win, May 10 vs.
SEA...from July 13-September 6, missed 52 games while on DL with inflammation in right shoulder.

2003
In first full season, reached Double-A for the first time, going 7-6 with a 4.65 ERA for Trenton...represented Taiwan and
NYY in MLB’s Futures Game...blister on right middle finger rendered a pair of DL stints.
2002
Returned from right-shoulder surgery with 13 starts for Staten Island of the short-season New York-Penn League...1.72
ERA ranked 2nd in circuit...helped Staten Island claim NY-P League title (2-0 with a 1.17 ERA in 2 post-season starts).
2001
Did not pitch...had season-ending arthroscopic surgery on right shoulder on April 3.
2000
In pro debut, ranked among NY-P League leaders with 2 complete games (first), one shutout (first), 87.0 innings (4th)
and 2.48 ERA (8th)...went 1-0 with a 2.86 ERA in 2 post-season starts as Oneonta claimed NY-P League championship.
IN CHINESE TAIPEI
Represented Chinese Taipei in ‘04 Summer Olympics...was Taiwan’s MVP in ‘02 Asian Games...attended Taipei Physical
Education College in Taiwan...attended same middle school as Dodgers middle reliever Hong-Chih Kuo.
PERSONAL
Chien-Ming Wang...in 2007, was named by Time Magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People” in the world
for helping to break cultural barriers...uniform #41 was retired by Staten Island of the New York-Penn League in 2006.

WANG

MEDIA

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HISTORY AND
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2010
IN REVIEW

2004
Went 11-6 with a 3.50 ERA in 24 games/23 starts for Columbus and Double-A Trenton...won Kevin Lawn “Pitcher
of the Year” Award...pitched for Chinese Taipei in the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens (1-0, 1.98 ERA, 2 starts).

AWARDS & HONORS
2005 ������� NYY’s No. 10 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2004 ������� Kevin Lawn Award as NYY’s Minor League Pitcher of the Year.
2003 ������� MLB Futures Game at CWS
2003 ������� NYY’s No. 5 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2002 ������� Taiwan MVP of Asian Games.
2002 ������� New York-Penn League All-Star (post-season).
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2000 ������� Signed with NYY as non-drafted free agent, May 5.
2010 ������� Signed with WAS as free agent, February 19.
SIGNED BY
John Cox and Gordon Blakeley (Yankees)

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CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
— 0 0 0 0 0 0
.989 109
40 134
2 176
11

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 9.0 IP, 4/11/09 at BOS
WINNING STREAK........................... 7 games, last 9/26/07 - 5/2/08
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 10, 6/17/07 vs. NYM
CAREER 10-K GAMES (1)............... 6/17/07 vs. NYM
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

R
Born
5/20/79 Springfield, IL
R
’11 Opening Day Age
31
6’5”
MLB Service
7.102
220
Signed as free agent, December 5, 2010

WORLD SERIES RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.444 5 18 4 8 14 3 0 1 3 0
0 0 6 4 3 0
.583
.778
1.361
1
.263 6 19 3 5 11 0 0 2 3 0
0 0 5 7 0 0
.417
.579
.996
0
.351 11 37 7 13 25 3 0 3 6 0 0 0 11 11 3 0 .500 .676
1.176 1

YEAR
CLUB
2009
NL at NYY

ALL-STAR GAME RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0

149

MEDIA

YEAR
CLUB
2008
PHI vs. TBR
2009
PHI vs. NYY
TOTALS

NATIONALS
PARK

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.190 5 21 2 4 5 1 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 7 0 0
.227
.238
.465
0
.222 5 18 5 4 13 0 0 3 6 0
0 0 2 7 0 0
.300
.722
1.022
0
.222 6 18 3 4 11 1 0 2 5 0
1 1 4 7 0 0
.375
.611
.986
0
.211 16 57 10 12 29 2 0 5 11 0 1 1 7 21 0 0 .303 .509 .812 0

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

YEAR
CLUB
2008
PHI vs. LAD
2009
PHI vs. LAD
2010
PHI vs. SFG
TOTALS

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.286 4 14 3 4 11 1 0 2 3 0
0 0 3 4 0 0
.412
.786
1.197
0
.000 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 1 0 0
.250
.000
.250
0
.313 4 16 3 5 13 3 1 1 1 0
0 0 0 6 1 0
.313
.813
1.125
0
.357 4 14 5 5 13 0 1 2 4 0
0 0 4 4 0 0
.500
.929
1.429
0
.167 3 12 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 0
0 0 1 5 1 0
.231
.167
.397
0
.271 17 59 13 16 39 4 2 5 9 0 0 0 9 20 2 0 .368 .661
1.029 0

2010
IN REVIEW

YEAR
CLUB
2004
LAD vs. STL
2007
PHI vs. COL
2008
PHI vs. MIL
2009
PHI vs. COL
2010
PHI vs. CIN
TOTALS

PLAYERS

WERTH CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.295 32 88 16 26 35 6 0 1 8 0 1 0 22 22 7 1 .432 .398 .830 9
.265 120 408 71 108 158 20 3 8 53 1 2 15 50 92 21 6 .364 .387 .751 9
.158 5 19 2 3 5 2 0 0 1 0
0 0 2 6 1 0
.238
.263
.501
0
.305 66 236 41 72 93 10 1 3 30 1 2 3 37 37 16 3 .403 .394 .797
10
.273 35 121 18 33 43 5 1 1 11 1 3 2 17 26 7 1 .364 .355 .719 1
.228 85 276 47 63 98 16 2 5 26 4 1 4 54 50 9 3 .361 .355 .716 7
.277 24 83 16 23 32 3 0 2 18 1 2 0 10 15 5 1 .347 .386 .733 2
.200 21 70 9 14 23 3 0 2 14 0 0 0 17 19 1 1 .356 .329 .685 0
.285 104 369 51 105 184 23 1 18 69 1 7 3 63 93 12 3 .387 .499 .886 7
.257 127 443 65 114 197 25 2 18 82 0 9 4 67 125 24 7 .354 .445 .799 5
.261 15 46 4 12 16 2 1 0 6 0 1 0 6 11 1 0 .340 .348 .688 0
.371 18 62 10 23 40 5 0 4 18 0 2 0 3 14 1 0 .388 .645
1.033 0
.208 26 48 7 10 20 4 0 2 10 0 0 0 3 22 1 0 .255 .417 .672 0
.237 64 236 37 56 104 19 1 9 34 0 3 2 15 68 11 1 .285 .441 .726 7
.262 89 290 56 76 141 11 3 16 47 1 1 4 30 85 4 1 .338 .486 .824 4
.412 14 51 13 21 40 2 1 5 20 0 0 1 8 10 2 0 .500 .784
1.284 0
.367 15 49 9 18 27 0 0 3 10 0 0 2 13 17 6 1 .516 .551
1.067 1
.234 102 337 46 79 126 22 2 7 43 1 3 6 48 114 11 2 .338 .374 .712 3
DID NOT PLAY / Injured
.298 94 255 43 76 117 11 3 8 49 2 1 2 44 73 7 1 .404 .459 .863 2
.077 4 13 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 2 4 0 0
.200
.077
.277
0
.273 134 418 73 114 208 16 3 24 67 0 3 4 57 119 20 1 .363 .498 .861 2
.167 2 6 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
0 1 1 3 0 0
.375
.167
.542
0
.268 159 571 98 153 289 26 1 36 99 0 6 8 91 156 20 3 .373 .506 .879 6
.296 156 554 106 164 295 46 2 27 85 0 9 7 82 147 13 3 .388 .532 .921 4
.269 736 2530 408 681 1081 139 12 79 394 9 32 37 381 601 123 28 .369 .427 .796 58
.272 775 2519 433 684 1212 138 15 120 406 4 24 31 361 727 77 11 .367 .481 .848 21

MANAGER |
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YEAR
CLUB
1997 GCL Orioles
1998 Delmarva
Bowie
1999
Frederick
Bowie
2000
Bowie
Frederick
2001 Dunedin
Tennessee
2002 Syracuse
Toronto
2003
*Dunedin
Toronto
Syracuse
2004
L.A. Dodgers

*Las Vegas
2005
Las Vegas
L.A. Dodgers
2006 L.A. Dodgers
2007 Philadelphia

*Clearwater
2008 Philadelphia

*Clearwater
2009 Philadelphia
2010 Philadelphia
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS
*—Rehab assignment

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Obtained

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Jayson Werth • RF

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RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

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WERTH, JAYSON

CAREER
Washington’s biggest off-season addition since coming to DC in 2005...offers rare blend of middle-of-the-order presence
with the bat, defensive prowess in the outfield, a strong throwing arm, baserunning instincts, speed and athleticism...
is one of just 2 players in MLB that has increased slugging percentage each of the last 4 seasons (.469 in ‘07, .498 in
‘08, .506 in ‘09, .532 in ‘10), with the other being CIN’s Scott Rolen (min. 90 games each season)...burst upon the
scene in 2008, and in 3 seasons since, has batted .279 with 88 doubles, 87 home runs, 251 RBI and 53 stolen bases
in 449 games...in the same 3-year span (2008-10), has paced MLB having seen 4.46 pitches per plate appearance...a
proven October performer, has hit .268 with 9 doubles, 2 triples, 13 home runs and 26 RBI in 44 career post-season
games...the 13 career post-season long balls are tied for 4th among active players and trail only Manny Ramirez (29),
Derek Jeter (20) and Jim Thome (19)...is also the Phillies’ all-time franchise leader in post-season homers with 11...
has proven durable...is one of only 12 National Leaguers to have played in 155-plus games each of the last two seasons
(159 in ‘09, 156 in ‘10)...was drafted by the Orioles as a catcher.
2010
In final season with the Phillies, batted .296 with an NL-leading 46 doubles, 27 home runs and 85 RBI in 156 games...
established career highs in hits, doubles, extra-base hits (75), runs (106) and slugging percentage (.532)...and thus,
increased slugging mark for the 4th straight season...paced the NL in doubles and pitches seen per plate appearance
(MLB-best 4.36)...also ranked among NL leaders in extra-base hits (tied 4th), runs (tied 4th), slugging percentage (6th),
OPS (6th, .921), on-base percentage (8th), walks (8th, 82), times on base (8th, .253) and total bases (10th, 295)...8
outfield assists ranked 4th among NL outfielders...May 3-9, was named NL Player of the Week (.360, 4 doubles, 4
homers, 9 RBI)...Sept. 9 vs. Washington hit 2nd-career game-ending homer off Drew Storen.
2009
Played in career-high 159 games and posted career-high 36 home runs and 99 RBI...earned first All-Star invitation...
swiped 20 bases for 2nd straight year to match career high, and thus, posted 2nd straight 20-homer, 20-stolen base
campaign...is only the 4th Phillie to register back-to-back 20-20 seasons, joining Mike Schmidt (‘74-75), Bobby Abreu
(‘99-2005) and Jimmy Rollins (‘06-07)...paced the NL with 14 homers at the expense of left-handed pitchers...May
12 vs. LAD, swiped 2nd base, 3rd base and home plate, and, upon returning to dugout, received a curtain call for the
feat...hit first career game-ending homer, July 21 vs. CHI off Jeff Samardzija...garnered NL Player of the Week citation
for period ending Aug. 23 (.440, 5 homers, 9 RBI)...hit 7 post-season homers in 15 games for PHI.
2008
Helped the Phillies win World Series with breakout season that included (then) career-best 24 home runs...led MLB as
16 of those 24 home runs came against lefthanders...posted initial 20-homer, 20-stolen base season, becoming the
9th Phillie to turn the trick...legged out inside-the-park homer on April 21 at COL off Mark Redman...hit 3 homers,
including first career grand slam, en route to franchise record-tying 8 RBI, May 16 vs. TOR.
2007
Hit .298 with 11 doubles, 8 homers and 49 RBI in 94 games in first season with PHI...hit .379 with RISP and .455
with the bases loaded...Aug. 26-27, notched a hit in 9 straight at-bats (one shy of Phillies and NL record).
2006
Missed entire season...spent majority of campaign rehabbing from left-wrist surgery, performed in April.
2005
Played in 102 games and swiped 11 bases to tie for Dodgers team lead...broke left wrist when hit by an A.J. Burnett
pitch in first Spring Training game...was placed on the DL and missed the first 44 games of the regular season...on Nov.
17, underwent arthroscopic surgery—performed by Dr. Norman Zemel—to repair torn ligament in left wrist.
2004
Spent Spring Training with TOR, but was acquired by Dodgers prior to Opening Day...on June 4 at ARI, after nearly
2-month stint on the DL, registered first hit as a Dodger, a solo homer...went deep in 3 straight games, Sept. 12-14.
2003
In final season with Blue Jays, shuttled between Toronto and Syracuse of the Triple-A International League 4 times...
first big league homer was a 2nd-inning 3-run shot off Colby Lewis, May 6 at TEX.
2002
Hit 18 home runs for Syracuse in final season with any catching duties (23 Triple-A games at catcher)...made MLB
debut on Sept. 1 and notched 2 hits, including initial MLB safety, a 7th-inning single off David Wells.

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1999
Eclipsed the 100-game plateau for the first time with Single-A Frederick (66 games) and Bowie (35)...combined to hit
.294 for the 2 clubs to rank 3rd among O’s full-season minor leaguers.

1997
Hit .295 in pitcher-friendly Rookie-level Gulf Coast League in professional debut.

SIGNED BY
Fred Peterson (Orioles)
CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / OF
CAREER / 1B
CAREER / OF

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
.987 153 293
8
4 305
2
1.000 1 1 0 0 1 0
.986 726 1448
51
21 1520
14

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

WERTH

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
1997 ������� Signed by BAL as first-round selection (22nd overall) in First-Year Player Draft.
2000 ������� Acquired by TOR in exchange for LHP John Bale, Dec. 11.
2004 ������� Acquired by LAD in exchange for RHOP Jason Frasor, March 30.
2006 ������� Signed with PHI as a free agent, Dec. 18.
2010 ������� Signed with Washington as a free agent, Dec. 5.

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 5, 8/26/07 vs. SDP
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 8, 5/16/08 vs. TOR
HITTING STREAK............................ 13 games, 9/9/08 - 9/19/08
MULTI-HR GAMES (8)..................... 5/16/2008 vs. TOR (3)

8/6/2004 vs. PHI (2)

6/26/2005 at LAA

5/22/2007 (2)

8/30/2008 at CHI (2)

6/27/2009 at TOR (2)

8/19/2009 vs. ARI (2)

4/24/2010 at ARI (2)
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (3)............ 5/16/08 vs. TOR off David Purcey

7/6/09 vs. CIN off Paul Janish

9/16/09 vs. WAS off Jason Bergmann
CAREER PINCH HOMERS (3).......... 8/27/04 at NYM

5/25/07 at ATL

9/20/07 at WAS

2010
IN REVIEW

AWARDS & HONORS
2003 ������� Blue Jays No. 2 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
1998 ������� Howe Sportsdata’s All-Teen team.

PLAYERS

PERSONAL
Jayson Richard Gowan Werth...is a 1997 graduate of Glenwood (IL) High...hit .652 with 15 home runs in just 31
games...signed on to play baseball and attend the University of Georgia before signing professionally with the Orioles...
grandfather, Dick “Ducky” Schofield played 19 big league seasons (1953-71) for 8 teams...uncle, Dick, played shortstop for 14 big league campaigns (1983-96) with CAL, NYM, TOR and LAD...mother, Kim Schofield Werth, competed
in the US Olympic Trials in the long jump and 100 meters...is stepson of Dennis Werth, who played portions of 4 MLB
seasons with the Yankees and Royals from 1979-82.

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1998
Tallied 31 extra-base hits and stole 22 bases playing for Bowie and Single-A Delmarva...earned spot on Howe Sportsdata’s All-Teen team at catcher.

FRONT OFFICE |
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2000
Combined to hit .240 with 14 stolen bases in 109 games for Double-A Bowie and Frederick.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2001
Combined on 20 homers for Double-A Tennessee and Single-A Dunedin...ranked 4th in Southern League with .387 OBP.

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Obtained

R
Born
7/22/84 Clarksville, TN
R
’11 Opening Day Age
26
6’2”
MLB Service
0.000
190
Signed as non-drafted free agent, June 14, 2006

WILKE CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2006
GCL Nationals 2
2 4.94 13 1 0 0 2 27.1 33 19 15 0 1 11 31 10.2 0 0
.289
2007
Hagerstown 3
6 3.49 47 0 0 0 11 80.0 86 42 31 7 2 34 70 7.9 3 1
.278
2008
Potomac
1
2 2.08 46 0 0 0 5 60.2 52 14 14 1 2 12 45 6.7 2 0
.241
2009
Harrisburg 5
2 2.37 34 0 0 0 3 49.1 48 14 13 2 1 13 40 7.3 0 0
.257
Syracuse
2
3
3.22
17 0 0 0 2 22.1 19 8 8 0 2 4 25
10.1 1 0
.235
2010
Syracuse
4
4 2.45 53 1 0 0 8 69.2 57 22 19 2 2 22 62 8.0 3 0
.228
MINORS TOTALS
17
19 2.91 210 2 0 0 31 309.1 295 119 100 12 10 96 273 7.9 9 1 .255

CAREER
Local college product (George Washington Univ.) gets exposure in big league camp...has recorded a sub-3.00 ERA each
of the last seasons...in same 3-year span (2008-10), has posted a 2.41 ERA and 7.7 K’s per 9.0 innings.
2010
Excelled in first complete Triple-A campaign, posting 4 wins, 9 holds, 8 saves, a .228 batting average against, a 2.8/1
strikeout-to-walk ratio and a stingy 2.45 ERA...posted a 2.6/1 ground ball-to-fly ball ratio...notched a 3.20 ERA in 18
appearances with Caracus of the hitter-friendly Venezuelan Winter League.
2009
Earned first All-Star nod from the Double-A Eastern League...in best pro season, combined to go 7-5 with 12 holds, 5
saves and a 2.64 ERA in 51 appearances with Syracuse of the Triple-A International League and Harrisburg...following
season, posted a 4.26 ERA in 10 appearances with Phoenix of the prestigious Arizona Fall League.
2008
Walked just 1.8 batters per 9.0 innings en route to 2.08 ERA in 46 appearances with Potomac of the Single-A Carolina
League...was touched for just one homer in 60.2 innings.
2007
Secured career-best 11 saves pitching for Hagerstown...cited in Baseball America’s annual “Best Tools’ survey of league
managers as owning the “Best Changeup” in the Single-A South Atlantic League.
2006
Notched first win (Aug. 7 vs. GCL Dodgers) and save (June 26 vs. GCL Mets) in pro debut with Nationals’ Rookie-level
Gulf Coast League entry.
PERSONAL
Josh Hunt Wilkie...majored in music and graduated from George Washington University...went 25-12 with a 2.97 ERA in
4 seasons at GWU...ranks among Colonials’ all-time leaders in strikeouts (2nd, 291) and wins (3rd)...was not drafted, but
signed with the Nationals after a June ‘06 bullpen session with Nationals pitching coach Randy St. Claire was arranged
by outfielder Jose Guillen...was then notified by Hall-of-Famer Frank Robinson that a contract would be forthcoming...
spent the off-season of ‘09 working on Capitol Hill as part of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform...
went 13-4 with a 1.96 ERA and graduated from Chattahoochee(GA) High in Alpharetta.

WILKIE

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2010
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Josh Wilkie • RHP

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AWARDS & HONORS
2009 ������� Double-A Eastern League All-Star (post-season).

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2006 ������� Signed with Washington as a non-drafted free agent, June 14.
SIGNED BY
Randy St. Claire and Jose Guillen (Nationals)

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R
Born
11/16/82 Tucson, AZ
R
’11 Opening Day Age
28
6’0”
MLB Service
0.141
180
Signed as minor-league free agent, December 20, 2010

CAREER BATTING RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
— 26 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — — — 0
.500 44 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 .500
1.000 0

2010
Pitched in 26 games with FLA...protected 7-6 lead and pocketed first big league save with scoreless 10th inning, April
7 at NYM...logged 8 straight scoreless efforts, spanning 6.0 innings from June 19-July 4.

2008
Went a combined 7-3 with one save and 3.13 ERA in 39 games/one start with Double-A Carolina and Single-A Jupiter...
posted 5 wins, one save and 1.80 ERA while in the Single-A Florida State League...following season, notched a strong
2.77 ERA in 12 appearances with Mesa in prestigious Arizona Fall League.

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2007
First season pitching exclusively out of the bullpen...in 26.0 Florida State League innings, registered a 3.3/1 strikeoutto-walk ratio (26 SO, 8 BB)...missed significant time with right shoulder tendinitis.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

2009
Pitched to the tune of a 2.82 ERA in 18 games for the Marlins in first big league action...worked 2.0 scoreless innings
in MLB debut, June 25 vs. BAL...earned initial big league win with 1.1 scoreless innings of relief in an 11-3 win,
Sept.12 vs. Washington...while with New Orleans of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League, endured DL stint (oblique strain).

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CAREER
Ground ball inducing reliever...posted a 4.32 ERA in 44 games with NL East-rival Marlins the last 2 seasons...is 8-6
with one save and 3.55 ERA in 84 games/one start the previous 3 minor-league seasons (2008-10).

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YEAR
CLUB
2010 Florida
MLB TOTALS

PLAYERS

WOOD CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2003
Jamestown 0
2 5.35 16 4 0 0 2 38.2 44 33 23 2 1 28 32 7.4 6 0
.289
2004
Greensboro 2
3 4.22 24 8 0 0 1 70.1 73 47 33 12 1 22 70 9.0 6 0
.263
2005
Greensboro 1
2 9.28 5 5 0 0 0 21.1 29 23 22 2 0 15 10 4.2 5 0
.312
2006
Jupiter
2
7 5.83 16 16 0 0 0 63.1 65 43 41 4 5 25 52 7.4 4 0
.273
2007
Jupiter
0
2
3.81
17 0 0 0 0 26.0 24 14 11 1 0 8 26 9.0 0 0
.245
2008
Jupiter
5
2 1.80 27 1 0 0 1 40.0 25 10 8 1 4 15 22 5.0 2 0
.182
Carolina
2
1
5.75
12 0 0 0 0 20.1 20 14 13 2 2 6 15 6.6 1 0
.250
2009
New Orleans 1
2 3.18 31 0 0 0 0 39.2 42 16 14 1 0 17 37 8.4 3 0
.269
Florida
1
0
2.82
18 0 0 0 0 22.1 22 8 7 2 1 10 16 6.4 2 0
.272
2010 Florida
0
1 5.53 26 0 0 0 1 27.2 33 19 17 2 0 15 10 3.3 0 0
.306

New Orleans 0
1
6.43
14 0 0 0 0 14.0 19 12 10 4 0 4 12 7.7 4 0
.311
MINORS TOTALS
13
22 4.72 162 34 0 0 4 333.2 341 212 175 29 13 140 276 7.4 31 0 .264
MLB TOTALS
1
1 4.32 44 0 0 0 1 50.0 55 27 24 4 1 25 26 4.7 2 0
.291

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Tim Wood • RHP

2006
Pitched as starter in first of 3 straight years with Single-A Jupiter...missed season’s first 2 months (right elbow strain).

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MEDIA

2005
Was limited to only 5 starts with Single-A Greensboro due to a right elbow strain...missed season’s final 4 months upon
having “Tommy John” ligament-replacement surgery.

2004
In first complete professional season, fanned 70 in 70.1 innings with Single-A Greensboro.
2003
Secured 2 saves in professional debut with Jamestown of the short-season Single-A New York-Penn League.
2002
Signed last as a draft-and-follow.
PERSONAL
Timothy Dotle Wood (Tim)...played collegiately at Pima Community College in Tucson (AZ) area.

WOOD

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2002 ������� Selected by FLA in 44th round of First-Year Player Draft.
2010 ������� Signed with Washington as a minor-league free agent, Dec. 20.
SIGNED BY
Scott Stanley (Marlins)

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
1.000 26 1 1 0 2 0
1.000 44 2 2 0 4 0

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. None
WINNING STREAK........................... None
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 2, 9/20/09 at CIN
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

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POSITION PLAYERS:

No more than 130 at-bats in the major leagues during a previous season or seasons, nor
more than 45 days on a major league roster during the 25-player limit (excluding time in
military service or on the Disabled List)

PITCHERS:

No more than 50.0 innings in the major leagues during a previous season or seasons, nor
more than 45 days on a major league roster during the 25-player limit (excluding time in
military service or on the Disabled List).

RYAN ZIMMERMAN CAREER RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.471 4 17 5 8 18 2 1 2 6 0
0 0 0 3 0 1
.471
1.059
1.530
0
.326 63 233 40 76 123 20 0 9 32 1 1 2 15 34 1 5 .371 .528 .899
10
.397 20 58 6 23 33 10 0 0 6 0 1 0 3 12 0 0 .419 .569 .988 2
.287 157 614 84 176 289 47 3 20 110 1 4 2 61 120 11 8 .351 .471 .822 15
.266 162 653 99 174 299 43 5 24 91 0 5 3 61 125 4 1 .330 .458 .788 23
.283 106 428 51 121 189 24 1 14 51 0 4 3 31 71 1 1 .333 .442 .775 10
.300 2 10 1 3 5 2 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 0 0
.300
.500
.800
0
.267 4 15 4 4 8 1 0 1 3 0
0 0 2 3 0 0
.353
.533
.886
0
.292 157 610 110 178 320 37 3 33 106 0 9 2 72 119 2 0 .364 .525 .889 17
.307 142 525 85 161 268 32 0 25 85 0 5 4 69 98 4 1 .388 .510 .899 17
.331 73 275 50 91 154 25 1 12 41 1 1 2 17 41 1 6 .373 .560 .933
10
.288 744 2888 435 833 1398 193 12 116 449 1 28 14 297 545 22 11 .355 .484 .839 82

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2010
Earned 2nd consecutive Silver Slugger citation from Louisville Slugger...hit .300-plus for the first time...posted career
highs in batting (.307), on-base percentage (.388) and OPS (.899) in 2010...became the first qualified Washington
National (2005-present) to hit .300 or better against both left- (.331) and right-handed (.300) pitching in the same
season...hit .300 or better in 4 of season’s 6 months (April, July, August, Sept./Oct)...ranked among NL leaders in
batting average against LHP (7th, .331), game-winning RBI (tied 7th, 14), OBP (8th), OPS (8th, .899), batting average (8th), runs created/27 (9th, 6.75), batting average with runners on base (9th, .335), slugging percentage (10th,
.511), batting average at home (10th, .317) and go-ahead RBI (tied 10th, 26)...hit 5 home runs in 7 games against
ARI...bloop double with 2 outs in the 7th inning snapped a 5-5 tie and Washington held off PHI, 6-5, to claim first win
of the season, April 8 in DC...first career pinch homer—which came after missing the previous 3 games due to a tight
hamstring—was game-winning blast in a 7-5 win, April 15 at PHI...hit 2 home runs en route to career-high 6 RBI-effort
in an 8-inning 14-6 win on May 13 at COL...registered 7th career 2-home run effort in an 11-inning, 3-2 setback, May
30 at SDP...first of those 2 home runs (off John Garland) was 100th of career...became 2nd player drafted in 2005 or
later to reach the 100-home run plateau (MIL’s Ryan Braun was first)...led off the 9th inning with a game-ending solo
shot, 2nd long ball of the game, to power the Nationals to a 6-5 win over the first-place Padres, July 6 at Nationals
Park...on July 31 vs. PHI, 3-run homer with one out in the 9th inning off Brad Lidge was 7th career game-ending home
run and yielded a 7-5 Washington win...game-winning 3-run home run in 3rd inning, August 30 at FLA, triggered a 9-3
win and broke a left-field electronic scoreboard, that was left reading “Sun Life Stadiu” (the “m” broken missing)...did
not play after Sept. 22 due to a right intercostal strain...missed Washington’s final 10 games.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CAREER
Elite performer is regarded by many as MLB’s top 2-way player...played in first All-Star Game and earned initial Gold
Glove and Silver Slugger citations in ‘09...on April 20, signed contract extension to remain in DC through at least
2013...is the Nationals all-time leader in virtually every offensive category, including but not limited to games, runs,
hits, times on base, doubles, home runs, extra-base hits, total bases and RBI, as well as go-ahead and game-winning
RBI...finished 2nd in ‘06 Rookie of the Year voting...fell just 4 points shy of FLA’s Hanley Ramirez in BBWAA voting...
was the 2nd player, the first position player, from the ‘05 First-Year Player Draft to reach the big leagues (ATL’s Joey
Devine)...played summer ball with David Wright and B.J. Upton during high school days in the Virginia Beach, VA-area.

2010
IN REVIEW

ALL-STAR GAME RECORD
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
.000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0
.000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.000
0

PLAYERS

YEAR
CLUB
2009
NL at STL
TOTALS

R
Born
9/28/84 Washington, NC
R
’11 Opening Day Age
26
6’3”
MLB Service
5.032
228
Selected in first round (4th overall) of 2005 First-Year Player Draft

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YEAR
CLUB
2005
Savannah
Harrisburg

Washington
2006 Washington
2007 Washington
2008 Washington
*Potomac
*Columbus
2009 Washington
2010 Washington
MINORS TOTALS
MLB TOTALS
*—Rehab assignment

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Obtained

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Ryan Zimmerman • 3B

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2009
In breakout effort, hit .292 with 37 doubles, 33 homers, 106 RBI in 157 games...earned long-overdue Rawlings Gold
Glove and claimed first Silver Slugger citation...LAD’s Matt Kemp as the only 2 NL player to earn a Gold Glove and Silver
Slugger in ‘09...ranked among NL leaders in total chances (MLB-best 459), assists (MLB-best 325) and Ultimate Zone
Rating (17.9)...also lead all MLB players with 19 Web Gems and 61 Web Gem points and was subsequently named
ESPN’s 2009 Web Gem Champion in mid October...recorded career highs in most offensive categories, including runs
(110), hits (178), home runs, extra-base hits (73), walks (72), total bases (320), OBP (.364), slugging (.525), OPS
(.888) and pitches per plate appearance (4.05)...ranked among NL leaders in runs (4th), sac flies (tied for 4th, 9), total
bases (5th, 320), RBI (6th), extra-base hits (tied for 8th), homers (10th) and hits (10th)...posted career-best and MLB
season-high 30-game hitting streak from April 8-May 12, going 50-for-131 (.382) with 11 doubles, 8 homers, 26 RBI,
11 walks and 26 runs...the 30-gamer was the longest posted in MLB since NYM’s Moises Alou’s 30-game run in ‘07,
and the longest by a 3B since George Brett’s 30-game hit streak, July 18-Aug. 18, 1980...was the 26th player to record
a hit streak of at least 30 games since Joe DiMaggio’s 56-gamer in ‘41...reached base safely in career-high 43 straight
games, April 4-May 25, to match SEA’s Ichiro Suzuki for longest streak in MLB...became the first 3B to represent DC
in an All-Star Game since Harmon Killebrew (‘59)...became first National to homer in 4 straight individual games, Aug.
3-7...from July 27-Aug. 13, hit safely in 16 straight...coupling the 16- and 30-gamers, became the first big leaguer
since ARI’s Luis Gonzalez in ‘99 to record hit streaks of 30- and 15-plus games in the same year...tallied 500th career
hit, an 8th-inning RBI single off Buddy Carlyle on April 12 at ATL.
2008
After playing all but 5 games the previous 2 seasons, battled first significant injury of career while hitting .283 with 24
doubles, 14 home runs and 51 RBI in 106 games in 3rd complete big league campaign...missed 48 games from May
26-July 22 with a small labral tear in the left (non-throwing) shoulder...sustained the injury while sliding head-first into
2nd base, May 18 at BAL...in 56 games after returning from the injury, batted .306 with 13 doubles, 6 homers and 24
RBI...endured slow April (.233), but hit .301 with 18 doubles, 11 home runs and 38 RBI in 78 contests thereafter...in
inaugural contest at Nationals Park, March 30, hit game-ending solo shot with 2 outs in the 9th inning to become just
the 3rd player in MLB history to hit a game-ending home run in the first game at a MLB ballpark (Billy Burton, April 14,
1953 vs. STL at MIL’s County Stadium; Dante Bichette, April 26, 1995 vs. NYM at Coors Field)...voluntary day off on
May 4 vs. PIT ended string of 205 consecutive starts (had started every game since Sept. 18, 2006).
2007
Turned in solid sophomore season, batting .266 with 43 doubles, 24 home runs and 91 RBI...18 game-winning RBI
ranked 2nd in MLB behind only COL’s Matt Holliday (19)...became just the 5th player in franchise annals, the first
Washington National, to start 162 games in a season...the other 4 were all Expos: Orlando Cabrera (twice: 2003,
2001), Warren Cromartie (1980), Ken Singleton (1973) and Rusty Staub (1971)...started 161 at 3B and one at DH
(June 10 at MIN)...ranked 3rd in NL (4th in MLB) by hitting .374 against opposing left-handed pitchers...also ranked
among NL leaders in games (tied for first, 162) and at-bats (4th, 653)...paced all MLB 3rd basemen with 43 doubles,
which also tied Ryan Church for team lead...matched career high with 5 RBI and broke a 3-3 tie with a game-ending
grand slam off Jorge Julio on May 12 vs. FLA...the game-ending slam came after nearly 3 hours of rain delays and
actually occurred at 1:42 a.m. on May 13...became just the 20th player all-time whose first 2 home runs of a season
were grand slams (first since FLA’s Juan Encarnacion in 2005)...2-run shot off David Wells, June 3 vs. SDP, was first
to reach the yellow seats (500 level) at RFK since MLB returned to DC in 2005.
2006
Turned in the finest rookie season in the history of the franchise...hit .287 with 47 doubles, 3 triples, 20 home runs,
110 RBI and 11 stolen bases in 157 games...finished 2nd in NL Rookie of the Year balloting, 4 points behind FLA’s
Hanley Ramirez...20 home runs matched Brad Wilkerson’s 2002 franchise rookie record...one of MLB’s top clutch
hitters in 2006...paced MLB with 64 hits with RISP...in all, batted .323 (64-for-198) with RISP, including a .366
(49-for-134) mark from June 6 through the end of the season...110 RBI were the most posted by a rookie since STL’s
Albert Pujols notched 130 in ‘01...became only the 3rd NL rookie in 53 seasons (beginning with 1954) to post 100
or more RBI (Mike Piazza 112 in ‘93 and and Pujols 130 in ‘01)...also became just the 5th rookie since 1988 to
record 100 RBI in a season, joining Hideki Matsui (106, ‘03), Pujols (130, ‘01), Carlos Beltran (108, ‘99) and Mike
Piazza (112, ‘93)...paced MLB rookies with a franchise-rookie record 25 go-ahead RBI...also led MLB rookies in RBI,
doubles, walks (61) and longest hitting streak (hit .406 [28-for-69] with 8 doubles, 2 homers and 13 RBI in 17 games,
June 28-July 18)...29 multi-RBI games were the most posted by an MLB rookie since Pujols tallied 34 in 2001...
was the first rookie 3B to play in 157 games since Dick Allen played in all 162 for PHI in 1964...47 doubles tied for
2nd on the all-time list among rookies...joins Pujols (2001), Fred Lynn (1975) and Vada Pinson (1959) behind only
Johnny Frederick (52) of the 1929 Brooklyn Robins...posted a .965 fielding percentage which tied STL’s Scott Rolen
and CHI’s Aramis Ramirez for the NL lead...franchise rookie-record 17-game hitting streak, June 28-July 18, trumped
Endy Chavez’s now-former club rookie record 16-game hitting streak (Sept. 10-27, 2002)...33 July hits were the most
posted by a franchise rookie in a single month since Casey Candaele collected 35 safeties for the Expos in May of ‘87...
hit .327 and blasted 10 of 20 homers at cavernous RFK Stadium...reached the 100-RBI plateau on Sept. 22 at NYM
via a 3rd-inning RBI single off Orlando Hernandez.

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“THIS” CLOSE

RK
PLAYER
1. Hanley Ramirez
2. Ryan Zimmerman
3. Dan Uggla
4. Josh Johnson
5. Matt Cain
6. Andre Ethier
7. Prince Fielder
8. Takashi Saito
9. Russell Martin
10. Scott Olsen
11. Anibal Sanchez
12. Josh Willingham

CLUB 1ST 2ND 3RD TOTAL POINTS
FLA
14
11
2
105
WAS 10 16 3 101
FLA
6
3
16
55
FLA
2
1
11
SFG
1
1
4
LAD
1
1
4
MIL
2
2
LAD
2
2
LAD
1
1
FLA
1
1
FLA
1
1
FLA
1
1

R. ZIMMERMAN

MEDIA

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SINGLE-GAME HITS........................ 4, last 9/17/10 at PHI
SINGLE-GAME RBI......................... 6, 5/13/10 at COL
HITTING STREAK............................ 30 games, 4/8/09 - 5/12/09
MULTI-HR GAMES (9)..................... 8/4/07 vs. STL (2)

5/7/08 at HOU (2)

4/27/09 at PHI (2)

5/11/09 at SFG (2)

4/30/10 at FLA (2)

5/13\/10 at COL (2)

5/30/10 at SDP (2)

7/6/10 vs. SDP (2)

8/5/10 at FLA (2)
CAREER GRAND SLAMS (2)............. 4/22/07 at FLA off Kevin Gregg

5/12/07 vs. FLA off Jorge Julio
CAREER PINCH HOMERS (1)............ 4/15/10 at PHI

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SIGNED BY
Alex Smith (Nationals)

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
.951 137
85 242
17 344
23
.961 727 595 1400
82 2077 150
.778 1 3 4 2 9 0

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2005 ������� Selected by WAS in first round (4th overall) of First-Year Player Draft.

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / 3B
CAREER / 3B
CAREER / SS

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

AWARDS & HONORS
2010 ������� Louisville Slugger NL Silver Slugger recipient (3B).
2009 ������� Rawling NL Gold Glove recipient (3B).
2009 ������� Louisville Slugger NL Silver Slugger recipient (3B).
2009 ������� ESPN Web Gem Champion.
2009 ������� MLBPAA Heart & Hustle Award (values, spirit, traditions of the game).
2009 ������� NL All-Star at STL.
2009 ������� Jefferson Award for Public Service.
2008 ������� No. 12 player in MLB as rated by Bill James.
2006 ������� Nationals No. 1 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2006 ������� NL Rookie of the Year awarded by Negro League Baseball HOF.
2006 ������� Topps Rookie All-Star Team.
2004 ������� USA Baseball Athlete of the Year.

2010
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PERSONAL
Ryan W. Zimmerman...following the 2006 season, established the ziMS Foundation, dedicated to the treatment and
ultimate cure of Multiple Sclerosis by funding comprehensive support and educational programs...the ziMS Foundation
will host local events in hometown of Virginia Beach, VA, and in Washington, DC to raise funds for the Foundation...
is on the board of the National MS Society and the Washington, DC chapter...in 1995, mother, Cheryl, was diagnosed
with MS, a chronic and unpredictable disease that affects the central nervous system...participated in the Nationals’
2006, ‘07, ‘09 and ‘10 Winter Caravans...a standout at nearby University of Virginia...hit .393 with 6 home runs and
59 RBI as a senior in 2005 and helped Virginia earn a 2nd consecutive NCAA berth...capped collegiate career as a .355
career hitter with 47 doubles and 140 RBI in 3 seasons at UVa...helped the Cavaliers end the program’s 8-year postseason void with a pair of NCAA berths in ‘04 and ‘05...despite playing just 3 collegiate seasons, Zimmerman is ranked
among Virginia’s all-time top 10 in hits (6th with 250), doubles (5th with 47) and RBI (7th with 140)...established
a new school record for hits in a season (92)...was first UVa player to be selected in first round since Seth Greisinger
was tabbed with 6th overall selection in the 1996 First-Year Player Draft...baseball experience expands far beyond the
college level...was named MVP at the FIFU II World University Games, played during the summer of 2004 in Taiwan...
led or tied for the Team USA club lead in all 3 triple crown categories, hitting .468 with 4 home runs and 27 RBI...for
efforts, was named USA Baseball’s Athlete of the Year in 2004...while playing for Team USA, was teammates with 3B
Alex Gordon...defensive propensity at the hot corner forced Gordon’s shift to first base for the summer.

PLAYERS

2005
Completed dream season, producing success at the collegiate, minor league and big league levels...effort was both stellar
and unique...began year as UVa’s 3B...capped season as Frank Robinson’s starting 3B in a pennant race...using wood
bats, hit more homers (9) in 5 weeks of Double-A ball than in 3 seasons at UVa swinging an aluminum bat...on June 7,
was the first draft selection in the history of the Nationals, the 4th overall selection out of Virginia...upon being promoted
on Sept. 1, became the 2nd franchise first-rounder to reach the big leagues in the same season he was drafted...joined
Chad Cordero, who pitched for the Expos in August of 2003 after being selected 20th overall in June...also became the
first player to be signed and developed exclusively by the Washington Nationals...in 2nd at-bat, collected first big league
hit, a double off Vicente Padilla, September 2 vs. PHI...with the initial hit, became the youngest franchise player (20
years, 339 days) to record a hit since Vladimir Guerrero in Sept. of 1996...was also the first player from the ‘05 draft
to record a hit in the big leagues...hit .397 with 10 doubles and 6 RBI in 20 games for Washington...in the throes of a
Wild Card chase, made lone major league start at SS, on Sept. 7 vs. FLA...hit first pro homer on June 22 at Charleston...
following season, was rated by Baseball America as the Eastern League’s No. 5 prospect.

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In a balloting conducted by the Baseball Writers Association of America, FLA’s Hanley Ramirez nipped Ryan Zimmerman
by 4 points in the 2006 Rookie of the Year vote...a look at the NL’s closest vote since 1980:

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Jordan Zimmermann • RHP

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R
Born
5/23/86 Auburndale, WI
R
’11 Opening Day Age
24
6’2”
MLB Service
1.154
218
Selected in 2nd round of 2007 First-Year Player Draft

JORDAN ZIMMERMANN CAREER RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO SO/9 WP BK BAA
2007
Vermont
5
2 2.38 13 11 0 0 0 53.0 45 14 14 2 0 18 71 12.1 2 2
.228
2008
Potomac
3
1
1.65 5 4 0 0 1 27.1 15 6 5 1 0 8 31
10.2 0 0
.167
Harrisburg 7
2 3.21 20 20 0 0 0 106.2 89 42 38 9 3 39 103 8.7 2 1
.226
2009 Washington 3
5 4.63 16 16 0 0 0 91.1 95 51 47 10 4 29 92 9.1 0 0
.271

Potomac
0
0
2.70 1 1 0 0 0 3.1 2 2 1 1 0 1 6
16.2 0 0
.167
Syracuse
0
0
5.06 1 1 0 0 0 5.1 4 3 3 2 0 1 4 6.8 0 0
.200
2010
*Potomac 0
1
0.00 4 4 0 0 0 13.0 11 1 0 0 1 0 13 9.0 0 0
.244
*Hagerstown 0
1
10.80 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 7 7 6 2 0 1 3 5.4 0 0
.292
*Harrisburg 0
0
0.00 1 1 0 0 0 4.2 1 0 0 0 1 2 3 5.8 1 0
.071
Syracuse
1
0
0.53 4 4 0 0 0 17.0 8 1 1 0 0 3 12 6.4 0 0
.140
Washington 1
2 4.94 7 7 0 0 0 31.0 31 20 17 8 2 10 27 7.8 0 0
.256
MINORS TOTALS
16
7 2.60 50 47 0 0 1 235.1 182 76 68 17 5 73 246 9.4 5 3
.213
MLB TOTALS
4
7 4.71 23 23 0 0 0 122.1 126 71 64 18 6 39 119 8.8 0 0
.268
* — Rehab assignment
CAREER BATTING RECORD
YEAR
CLUB
AVG G AB R H TB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
SF
HP
BB
SO
SB
CS
OBP
SLG
OPS
E
2009 Washington .200 7 10 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 2 0 0
.200
.200
.400
1
MLB TOTALS
.162 22 37 1 6 6 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 1 13 0 0 .184 .162 .346 3

CAREER
Top-flight talent looks to take career to next level 18 months post-“Tommy John” surgery (see below)...Nationals’ 2008
Minor League Pitcher of the Year...was the 67th overall selection in the 2007 First-Year Player Draft out of the University
of Wisconsin-Stevens Point...was selected with 2nd of 2 compensatory picks granted as Alfonso Soriano signed with
CHI as a free agent in November of 2006...has allowed 3 earned runs or less in 53 of 68 (78%) starts as a pro...has
been taxed for 2 earned runs or less in 71 percent (48 of 68 starts) of professional starts.
2010
Returned to the Nationals and to health after having ligament-replacement surgery in August of 2009...upon return, was
just 12-plus months post surgery and was met with a pitch-count and game-by-game innings limit...allowed one earned
run or less in 4 of 7 starting assignments...posted 7.8 strikeouts per 9.0 innings pitched and a 2.7/1 strikeout-to-walk
ratio...pitched well on the road thanks to a 3.60 ERA, 9.0 K’s per 9.0 innings and a .232 batting average against...
spun 6.0 innings of one-hit scoreless ball, walking none and fanning a career-best 9 in an Aug. 31 no-decision at FLA...
notched lone win of the season on Sept. 24 vs. ATL, allowing one run in 5.0 innings in Washington’s 8-3 victory…on
road back to DC, went 1-2 with a 1.59 ERA in 10 minor-league starts...in those 10 starts or 39.2 innings, posted a
5.2/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio, struck out 7.0 per 9.0 innings and posted a .193 batting average against.
2009
Flashed immense promise going 3-5 with a 4.63 ERA in 16 starts with the Nationals, but had season cut short by elbow
injuries...had season-ending surgery to repair the right-elbow UCL on August 19...the procedure was performed by Dr.
Lewis Yocum in Los Angeles, CA on August 19...was the first true rookie to enter a season in Washington’s rotation
since Matt Chico in 2007...earned the win in first 2 starts, April 20 vs. ATL and April 26 at NYM...thus, became the
first franchise (exclusive) starting pitcher to garner the win in initial 2 big league starts since Randy Johnson did the
same for the Expos in 1988 (in 2006, Beltran Perez did the same, but sandwiched around 5 relief appearances)...was
touched for 2 runs or less in 6 of final 8 starts...in 91.1 innings, posted a 3.2/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio which would
have ranks 14th in the NL with enough innings to qualify...would’ve also ranked 9th in the NL with 9.07 K’s per 9.0
with enough innings to qualify...dominated AL’s best offensive club in a 9-3 victory, June 25 vs. BOS...allowed one run
on 5 Red Sox hits in 7.0 innings, walking one and striking out 6 to secure 3rd win.

158

ZIMMERMANN, JORDAN

J. ZIMM’NN

SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
LONGEST START............................. 7.0 IP, last 6/25/09 vs. BOS
WINNING STREAK........................... 2 games, 4/20/09 - 4/26/09
MOST SINGLE-GAME K’S................ 9, 8/31/10 at FLA
CAREER 10-K GAMES.................... None
HOME RUNS HIT............................ None

SIGNED BY
Steve Arnieri (Nationals)

In ‘06, the Nationals were faced with the quandary of potentially trading OF Alfonso Soriano and/or OF Jose Guillen
at the trading deadline...however, the Nationals did not trade either player, but instead were granted compensatory
draft picks as Soriano (CHI) and Guillen (SEA) signed elsewhere...a look at the 3 players that the Nationals selected
in the 2007 First-Year Player Draft as a result of holding on to Soriano and Guillen:
LHP Josh Smoker (Calhoun [GA] High) - 31st overall...entered 2008 rated by Baseball America as the Nationals’ No.
6 prospect...the ‘07 Gatorade Player of the Year in Georgia.
OF Michael Burgess (Hillsborough [FL] High) - 49th overall...a top Nationals prospect who was dealt to CHI in Jan.
of 2011 in deal that rendered LHP Tom Gorzelanny.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

RHP Jordan Zimmermann (University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point) - 67th overall...entered ‘09 as Washington’s top
prospect per BA...entered ‘08 rated No. 7 prospect...has fanned 9.2 per 9 innings as a pro.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

END RESULT

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2007 ������� Selected by WAS in 2nd round of First-Year Player Draft.

PCT.
G
PO
A
E
TC
DP
.600 7 1 2 2 5 0
.897
23
8
18
3
29
1

2010
IN REVIEW

CAREER FIELDING
YEAR / POS.
2010 / P
Career / P

PLAYERS

AWARDS & HONORS
2009 ������� Nationals No. 1 prospect as rated by Baseball America.
2008 ������� Nationals Minor League Pitcher of the Year.
2008 ........ Nationals No. 7 prospect as rated by Baseball America.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

PERSONAL
Jordan M. Zimmermann...Business Administration major pitched final season at Division III Wisconsin-Stevens Point
with jaw wired shut (hit by a line drive during BP)...was Division III 2nd-team All-American at UWSP...played baseball,
football (caught over 300 yards in a game once) and hoops at Auburndale (WI) High...jumped onto draft radar with stellar summer (4-2, NWL-best 1.01 ERA, .154 BAA, 10.3 K’s per 9.0 innings, 10 starts) pitching for Eau Claire Express
in the ‘06 Northwoods League.

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

2007
Entered season rated as the No. 7 prospect and 5th-best among pitchers in Washington system...finished 5th in SingleA New York-Penn League with a 2.38 ERA…struck out 71 in 53.0 innings (12.0 K’s per 9.0 innings)...was Vermont’s
Pitcher of the Month for August/September, going 3-1 with 36 strikeouts and a 2.73 ERA in 6 starts.

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2008
Went a combined 10-3 with a 2.89 ERA in 25 games (24 starts) with Harrisburg and Potomac in ‘08...led the Washington
chain in ERA and strikeouts (134), and tied for lead in wins...the 22-year-old earned mid-season Eastern League All-Star
honors, his 2nd All-Star selection in as many seasons...went 7-2 with a 3.21 ERA (38 ER/106.0 IP) in 20 starts with
Harrisburg...prior to his May 4 promotion to Harrisburg, Zimmermann dominated the Carolina League, going 3-1 with
one save and a 1.65 ERA (5 ER/27.1 IP) in 5 appearances (4 starts) with Potomac.

NATIONALS
PARK

MEDIA
159

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS
FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP
MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

PLAYERS
2010
IN REVIEW
HISTORY AND
RECORDS
SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.
NATIONALS
PARK

MEDIA

NATIONALS 40-MAN ROSTER (AS OF FEBRUARY 9)
# PITCHERS (24)
B T HT. WT. BIRTHDATE & PLACE
RESIDENCE
56 ATILANO, Luis
R R 6-2 218 5/10/85 San Juan, PR
San Juan, PR

99 BALESTER, Collin
R R 6-5 199 6/6/86 Huntington Beach, CA
Columbus, OH

55 BRODERICK, Brian
R R 6-6 205 9/1/86 Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ

17 BURNETT, Sean
L L 6-1 200 9/17/82 Dunedin, FL
Dunedin, FL
64 CARR, Adam
R R 6-2 220 4/1/84 Felton, CA
Santa Cruz, CA

36 CLIPPARD, Tyler
R R 6-3 200 2/14/85 Lexington, KY
Trinity, FL
60 COFFEY, Todd
R R 6-4 240 9/9/80 Forest City, NC
Forest City, NC

48 DETWILER, Ross
R L 6-5 174 3/6/86 St. Louis, MO
Wentzville, MO



32 GORZELANNY, Tom
L L 6-2 205 7/12/82 Evergreen Park, IL
Evergreen Park, IL
61 HERNANDEZ, Livan
R R 6-2 245 2/20/75 Havana, Cuba
Miami, FL
64 KIMBALL, Cole
R R 6-3 225 8/1/85 Great Meadows, NJ
Great Meadows, NJ

31 LANNAN, John
L L 6-4 215 9/27/84 Manhasset, NY
Hoboken, NJ

21 MARQUIS, Jason
L R 6-1 210 8/21/78 Manhasset, NY
Staten Island, NY




29 MAYA, Yunesky
R R 5-11 170 8/28/81 Pinar Del Rio, CUBA
Santo Domingo, DR



49 MOCK, Garrett
R R 6-4 228 4/25/83 Houston, TX
Houston, TX




50 RAMIREZ, Elvin
R R 6-3 210 10/10/87 San Cristobal, DR
San Cristobal, DR

63 RODRIGUEZ, Henry
R R 6-0 220 2/25/87 Santa Barbara, VEN
Santa Barbara, VEN

59 SEVERINO, Atahualpa L L 5-9 170 11/6/84 Cotui, DR
Cotui, DR
45 SLATEN, Doug
L L 6-5 215 2/4/80 Venice, CA
Phoenix, AZ

35 STAMMEN, Craig
R R 6-3 200 3/9/1984 Coldwater, OH
Coldwater, OH

22 STOREN, Drew
S R 6-2 180 8/11/87 Brownsburg, IN
Marco Island, FL


San Diego, CA
37 STRASBURG, Stephen R R 6-4 220 7/20/88 San Diego, CA


40 WANG, Chien-Ming
R R 6-3 230 3/31/80 Tainan City, Taiwan
Tainan City, Taiwan
27 ZIMMERMANN, Jordan R R 6-2 218 5/23/86 Auburndale, WI
Auburndale, WI



2010 CLUB
W-L
ERA
G SV IP
H BB SO SERVICE
WAS
6-7 5.15 16 0
85.2 96 32 40 0.154
Syracuse
2-1 4.72 3 0
13.1 17 6 9
Syracuse
7-10 4.44 20
0 107.1 129 37 71
1.000
WAS
0-1 2.57 17 0
21.0 15 11 28
Palm Beach
3-5 5.47
9
0 49.1 63 11 37
0.000
Springfield 11-2 2.77 17 0
100.2 96 14 55
WAS
1-7 2.14 73 3
63.0 52 20 62 4.085
Harrisburg
6-1 3.04 36
5 50.1 43 14 48
0.000
Syracuse
0-1 2.08 16 9
21.2 16 10 19
WAS
11-8 3.07 78 1
91.0 69 41 112 1.148
MIL
2-4 4.76 69 0
62.1 65 23 56 5.024
#Nashville 0-0 0.00 1 0
1.0 0 0 1
#Potomac
0-0 1.50
2
0 6.0
6
1
6
1.088
#Harrisburg 2-2 2.48 7 0
32.2 38 7 31
Syracuse
1-0 1.80 1 0
5.0 5 1 2
WAS
1-3 4.25 8 0
29.2 34 14 17
CHC
7-9 4.09 29 1
136.1 136 68 119 3.160
WAS
10-12 3.66 33 0
211.2 216 64 114 13.097
Potomac
3-0 1.82 19
6 24.2 17
8 27
0.000
Harrisburg 5-1 2.33 38 12
54.0 33 31 74
WAS
8-8 4.65 25 0
143.1 175 49 71 3.011
Harrisburg 1-4 4.20 7 0
40.2 49 10 28
WAS
2-9 6.60 13 0
58.2 76 24 31 10.012
GCL Nationals 0-0 0.00 1 0
3.0 2 0 4
Potomac
0-0 7.36 1 0
3.2 6 1 3
Harrisburg 0-0 8.10 1 0
3.1 5 1 3
Syracuse
0-0 4.09 2 0
11.0 7 3 11
GCL Nationals 0-0 1.29
2
0 7.0
3
2
5
0.027
Potomac
0-1
13.50 1 0
4.0 7 3 4
Syracuse
1-1 0.87 2 0
10.1 8 5 9
WAS
0-3 5.88 5 0
26.0 30 11 12
WAS
0-0 5.40 1 0
3.1 4 5 3 2.005
#Hagerstown 0-0 0.00 1 0
3.0 1 1 3
#Potomac 0-1 4.50 2 0
8.0 12 0 9
#Harrisburg 0-1 7.20 1 0
5.0 6 2 0
#Syracuse 1-1 4.09 2 0
11.0 11 3 6
St. Lucie
4-3 4.17 49
0 73.1 56 43 65
0.000
Binghamton 0-1 4.05 3 0
6.2 5 6 7
Sacramento
0-2 1.69 20 11 21.1 10
9 31
0.114
OAK
1-0 4.55 29 0
27.2 25 13 33
Syracuse
6-3 3.34 54
1 67.1 60 29 46
0.003
Syracuse
1-0 0.00 11
0 17.0 12
1 17
3.043
WAS
4-1 3.10 49 0
40.2 34 19 36
Syracuse
2-0 2.25
3
0 20.0 18
3 10
1.126
WAS
4-4 5.13 35 0
128.2 151 41 85
Harrisburg
0-0 0.96
7
4 9.1
5
1 11
0.140
Syracuse
0-0 1.23 6 0
7.1 7 2 4
WAS
4-4 3.58 54 5
55.1 48 22 52
Harrisburg
3-1 1.64
5
0 22.0 13
6 27
0.118
Syracuse
4-1 1.08 6 0
33.1 18 7 38
WAS
5-3 2.91 12 0
68.0 56 17 92
WAS DID NOT PITCH 5.159
Potomac#
0-1 0.00 13
0 13.0 11
0 13
1.154
Hagerstown# 0-1
10.80 1 0
5.0 7 1 3
Harrisburg 0-0 0.00 1 0
4.2 1 2 3
Syracuse
1-0 0.53 4 0
17.0 8 3 12
WAS
1-2 4.94 7 0
31.0 31 10 27

# CATCHERS (3)
B T HT. WT. BIRTHDATE & PLACE
RESIDENCE
26 FLORES, Jesus
R R 6-1 229 10/26/84 Carupano, VEN
Carupano, VEN
3 RAMOS, Wilson
R R 6-0 220 8/10/87 Valencia, VEN
Valencia, VEN



7 RODRIGUEZ, Ivan
R R 5-10 190 11/30/71 Vega Baja, PR
Sunny, FL

2010 CLUB
AVG
G AB
R
H HR RBI SB SERVICE
WAS DID NOT PLAY
3.158
Rochester
.241
71 278 25 67
5 30
0
0.047
MIN
.296 7 27 2 8 0 1 0
Syracuse
.316 20 79 14 25 3 8 0
WAS
.269 15 52 3 14 1 4 0
WAS
.266 111
398 32
106 4 49 2 19.109
Potomac# .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0

# INFIELDERS (7)
B T HT. WT. BIRTHDATE & PLACE
RESIDENCE
6 DESMOND, Ian
R R 6-2 210 9/20/85 Sarasota, FL
Sarasota, FL
18 ESPINOSA, Danny
S R 6-0 190 425/87 Santa Ana, CA
Santa Ana, CA


12 GONZALEZ, Alberto
R R 5-10 194 4/18/83 Maracaibo, VEN
Maracaibo, VEN
15 HAIRSTON JR., Jerry
R R 5-10 190 5/29/76 Naperville, IL
Scottsdale, AZ
25 LaROCHE, Adam
L L 6-3 205 11/6/79 Orange County, CA
Fort Scott, KS
14 MARRERO, Chris
R R 6-3 211 7/2/88 Miami, FL
Miami, FL
11 ZIMMERMAN, Ryan
R R 6-3 228 9/28/84 Washington, NC
Arlington, VA

2010 CLUB
WAS
Harrisburg
Syracuse
WAS
WAS
SDP
ARZ
Harrisburg
WAS

# OUTFIELDERS (7)
B T HT. WT. BIRTHDATE & PLACE
RESIDENCE
43 ANKIEL, Rick
L L 6-2 225 7/19/79 Ft. Pierce, FL
Jupiter, FL


2 BERNADINA, Roger
L L 6-2 198 6/12/84 Curacao, NETH
Den Haag, NETH

58 BROWN, Corey
L L 6-1 205 11/26/85 Tampa, FL
Tampa, FL

34 HARPER, Bryce
L R 6-3 225 10/16/92 Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV
1 MORGAN, Nyjer
L L 6-0 175 7/2/80 San Francisco, CA
San Jose, CA


38 MORSE, Mike
R R 6-5 230 3/22/82 Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

28 WERTH, Jayson
R R 6-5 220 5/20/79 Springfield, IL
Springfield, IL

# Rehabilitation

2010 CLUB
AVG
G AB
R
H HR RBI SB SERVICE
Omaha
.254
18 67
8 17
4
9
0
7.033
KCR
.261 27 92 14 24 4 15 1
ATL
.210 47 119 17 25 2 9 2
Syracuse
.377
14 61
8 23
2
8
7
2.032
WAS
.246 134 414 52 102 11 47 16
Midland
.320
90 331 63 106 10 49 19
0.000
Sacramento .193 41 135 21 26 5 20 3
Scottsdale (AFL) .343
9 35
6 12
1
7
1
0.000
WAS
.253 136 509 60 129 0 24 34 2.120
Potomac# .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0
Hagerstown# .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0
WAS
.289 98 266 36 77 15 41 0 3.114
Syracuse
.255 15 51 12 13 3 8 0
PHI
.296 156 554 106 164 27 85 13 7.102

160

AVG
.269
.262
.195
.214
.247
.244
.261
.294
.307

G AB
R
H HR RBI SB SERVICE
154 525 59 141 10 65 17 1.027
99 386 66 101 18 54 20
0.033
24 95 14 28 4 15 5
28 103 16 22 6 15 0
114 186 19 46 0 5 0 2.135
119 430 53 105 10 50 9 10.127
151 560 75 146 25 100 0 7.000
141 524 73 154 18 82
1
0.000
142 525 85 161 25 85 4 5.032

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

NATIONALS NON-ROSTER INVITEES (AS OF FEBRUARY 9)
W-L
ERA
G SV IP
H BB SO SERVICE
0-0 1.23 6 1
7.1 6 2 9 0.041
3-0 4.40 14 0
14.1 10 8 17
1-0 2.70 14 0
16.1 14 6 20
0-0 9.64 5 0
4.2 6 6 5
1-2 3.12
5
0 26.0 26
7 17
2.100
0-0 3.60 1 0
5.0 6 0 3
6-7 3.73 21 0
115.2 120 34 69
0-2 8.83 12 0
17.1 27 5 20 5.163
1-2 4.50 30 0
48.0 46 20 33
2-2 3.51
7
0 41.0 40
8 25
0.077
1-5 4.13 9 0
48.0 56 11 31
8-7 4.09 27
0 152.0 156 60 99
0.113
0-1 1.50
6
0 6.0
5
1
6
0.000
1-0 0.00 4 0
5.1 3 2 5
0-2 5.40 21 1
15.0 18 4 7 3.162
1-2 6.00 20 0
27.0 32 12 17
4-4 2.45 53
1 69.2 57 22 62
0.000
0-1 5.53 26 1
27.1 33 15 10 0.141
0-1 6.43 14 0
14.0 19 4 12

# INFIELDERS (4)
B T HT. WT. BIRTHDATE & PLACE
RESIDENCE
10 AUBREY, Michael
L L 6-0 190 4/15/82 Shreveport, LA
Shreveport, LA
62 BARKER, Kevin
L L 6-2 195 7/26/75 Bristol, VA
Highland Ranch, CO
19 BIXLER, Brian
R R 6-1 195 10/22/82 Sandusky, OH
Sandusky, OH


13 CORA, Alex
L R 6-0 200 10/18/75 Caguas, PR
Miami, FL

2010 CLUB
AVG
G AB
R
H HR RBI SB SERVICE
Norfolk
.235
102 366 52 86 22 68
2
0.091
Veracruz (Mex.) .291
80 261 51 76 12 48
0
1.040
Columbus
.278
64 230 32 64
3 27
9
0.139
Indianapolis .171 11 35 1 6 0 1 3
Syracuse
.340 27 103 12 35 1 19 6
NYM
.207 62 169 14 35 0 20 4 11.129
Oklahoma City
.182 6 22 5 4 1 2 1
TEX
.296 4 7 0 2 0 0 0

# OUTFIELDERS (4)
B T HT. WT. BIRTHDATE & PLACE
RESIDENCE
72 FRAZIER, Jeff
R R 6-3 195 8/10/82 Point Pleasant, NJ
Point Pleasant, NJ

20 NIX, Laynce
L L 6-1 220 10/30/80 Houston, TX
Houston, TX
24 STAIRS, Matt
L R 5-9 200 2/27/68 St. John, N. Brunswick, CAN Bangor, ME
71 VAN EVERY, Jonathan L L 6-1 200 11/27/79 Greenwood, MS
Brandon, MS

2010 CLUB
DET
Toledo
CIN
SDP
Indianapolis
BOS

G AB
R
H HR RBI SB SERVICE
63 188 16 42
3 27
2
0.112
4 11 1 3 1 3 0
3 9 1 2 0 2 0
94 298 67 70 12 49
6
0.000
90 317 28 80
6 42
1
0.000

AVG
G AB
R
H HR RBI SB SERVICE
.217 9 23 3 5 0 10 0 0.017
.256 123 477 72 122 25 73 7
.291 97 165 16 48 4 18 0 5.070
.232 78 99 14 23 6 16 2 15.077
.214
74 210 32 45 10 29
3
0.091
.211 21 19 6 4 1 1 0

2010
IN REVIEW

2010 CLUB
AVG
Syracuse
.223
WAS
.273
#GCL Nationals
.222
Potomac
.235
Harrisburg
.252

PLAYERS

# CATCHERS (3)
B T HT. WT. BIRTHDATE & PLACE
RESIDENCE
67 MALDONADO, Carlos
R R 6-2 250 1/3/79 Maracaibo, VEN
Maracaibo, VEN


66 NORRIS, Derek
R R 6-0 210 2/14/89 Goddard, KS
Goddard, KS
68 SOLANO, Jhonatan
R R 6-0 180 8/12/85 Barranquilla, COLU
Barranquilla, COLU

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2010 CLUB
Potomac
Harrisburg
Syracuse
WAS
Harrisburg
WAS
Syracuse
OAK
NYY
Syracuse
WAS
Syracuse
GCL Nationals#
Vermont#
BAL
Norfolk
Syracuse
FLA
New Orleans

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

# PITCHERS (9)
B T HT. WT. BIRTHDATE & PLACE
RESIDENCE
46 BISNENIUS, Joe
R R 6-1 210 9/18/82 Sioux City, IA
Omaha, NE



47 CHICO, Matt
L L 5-11 221 6/10/83 Fullerton, CA
Fallbrook, CA


57 GAUDIN, Chad
R R 6-2 245 3/24/83 New Orleans, LA
Riverridge, CA

51 MARTIN, J.D.
R R 6-4 200 1/2/83 Ridgecrest, CA
Ridgecrest, CA

39 MARTIS, Shairon
R R 6-1 226 3/30/87 Willemstad, CURA
Willemstad, CURA
69 MATTHEUS, Ryan
R R 6-3 215 11/10/83 Galt, CA
Elk Grove, CA

52 MEREDITH, Cla
R R 6-0 190 6/4/83 Richmond, VA
Richmond, VA

70 WILKIE, Josh
R R 6-2 190 7/22/84 Clarksville, TN
Clarksville, TN
30 WOOD, TIM
R R 6-0 180 11/16/82 Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

HOW THE NATIONALS WERE BUILT (AS OF FEBRUARY 9)
ACQUIRED OFF WAIVERS (1)
LHP Doug Slaten (from ARI, 2009)
NON-DRAFTED FREE AGENT (5)
OF Roger Bernadina
RHP Yunesky Maya
LHP Atahualpa Severino
C Jhonatan Solano
RHP JOsh Wilkie

SIGNED AS A FREE AGENT (8)
OF Rick Ankiel
RHP Todd Coffey
UTL Jerry Hairston Jr.
1B Adam LaRoche
RHP Jason Marquis
C Ivan Rodriguez
RHP Chien-Ming Wang
OF Jayson Werth

MEDIA

DRAFTED AND DEVELOPED (15)
RHP Colin Balester (4th round, ‘04)
RHP Adam Carr (18th round, ‘06)
SS Ian Desmond (3rd round, ‘04)
LHP Ross Detwiler (first round, ‘07)
INF Danny Espinosa (3rd round, ‘08)
OF Bryce Harper (1st round, ‘10)
RHP Cole Kimball (12th round, ‘06)
LHP John Lannan (11th round, ‘05)
1B Chris Marrero (1st round, ‘06)
C Derek Norris (4th round, ‘07)
RHP Craig Stammen (12th round, 05)
RHP Drew Storen (1st round, ‘09)
RHP Stephen Strasburg (1st round, ‘09)
3B Ryan Zimmerman (first round, ‘05)
RHP Jordan Zimmermann (2nd round, ‘07)

NATIONALS
PARK

ACQUIRED VIA RULE 5 DRAFT (3)
RHP Brian Broderick (from STL, ‘10)
C Jesus Flores (from NYM, ‘06)
RHP Elvin Ramirez (from NYM, ‘10)

MINOR LEAGUE FREE AGENT (15)
1B Michael Aubrey
1B Kevin Barker
RHP Joe Bisenius
INF Brian Bixler
INF Alex Cora
OF Jeff Frazier
RHP Chad Gaudin
RHP Livan Hernandez
C Carlos Maldonado
RHP J.D. Martin
RHP Cla Meredith
OF Laynce Nix
1B/OF Matt Stairs
OF Jonathan Van Every
RHP Tim Wood

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

ACQUIRED BY TRADE (14)
RHP Luis Atilano (from ATL)
OF Corey Brown (from OAK)
LHP Sean Burnett (from PIT)
RHP Matt Chico (from ARI)
RHP Tyler Clippard (from NYY)
INF Alberto Gonzalez (from NYY)
LHP Tom Gorzelanny (from CHI)
RHP Shairon Martis (from SFG)
RHP Ryan Mattheus (from COL)
RHP Garrett Mock (from ARI)
OF Nyjer Morgan (from PIT)
INF Mike Morse (from SEA)
C Wilson Ramos (from MIN)
RHP Henry Rodriguez (from OAK)

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Wiemi Douoguih, MD
NATIONALS MEDICAL
DIRECTOR

Dennis Cullen, MD
TEAM PHYSICIAN
AND HEAD INTERNIST

Bruce Thomas, MD
SENIOR MEDICAL
CONSULTANT

Kenneth R. Means Jr., MD
ORTHOPEDIC
CONSULTANT

WIEMI DOUOGUIH, MD
In addition to duties served as Nationals Medical Director, Dr. Wiemi Douoguih is the Director of Sports Medicine at
The Washington Hospital Center where he has introduced his brand of elite-level athlete care to an international patient
population. Douoguih, who was a member of the Nationals’ medical team during the club’s inaugural 2005 season, did
his training at the world-renowned Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic in Los Angeles and has served locally as the Assistant
Team Physician for the Washington Redskins. He remains a consulting surgeon for the Baltimore Ravens. In addition to
his duties with the Nationals, Douoguih is an Associate Team Physician for the University of Maryland Athletics Department, and is a team physician for USA Judo. Douoguih has published and lectured widely, with special scientific interest
directed to complex knee and shoulder injuries in elite athletes. Douoguih is one of the rare sports medicine physicians
who is also an elite, national level athlete, as he was a lacrosse All-American at Washington & Lee University and elite
national Judo competitor. He resides in Chevy Chase, MD.
DENNIS CULLEN, MD
Dr. Dennis Cullen is a native Washingtonian, who attended Georgetown Prep and Bucknell University. He is a graduate
of Georgetown University Medical School, and did his post graduate medical training in Internal Medicine at Dartmouth/Mary Hitchcock Medical Center Georgetown University Medical Center. Dr. Cullen is Board Certified in Internal
Medicine. He has served as Chief Medical Officer of the Drug Enforcement Administration. He subsequently enjoyed a
4-year tenure with the National Health Service in rural West Virginia. He is currently in Private Practice in Bethesda,
MD where he practices with his 2 brothers—Dr. Edward T. Cullen and Dr. Collin D. Cullen—and Dr. Charles Umosella.
Cullen is also a Clinical Instructor on the Medical Staff of Georgetown University Medical Center and Sibley Memorial
Hospital in Washington, DC.
BRUCE THOMAS, MD
Dr. Thomas enters his 5th season with the Nationals. Thomas joined the franchise when hired by the Montreal Expos
in 2003, after spending the previous 9 years with the Florida Marlins, where he earned a World Series ring in 1997.
He has served in various roles for Major League Baseball, including a stint as MLB’s on-site physician (covering all 4
teams) during World Baseball Classic pool play in Tokyo, Japan in 2006 and 2009. Thomas’ sports medicine practice
is in Melbourne, FL, just miles from the Nationals’ Spring Training facility. He also serves as Medical Director of the
LPGA women’s golf tour and is a member of the US Olympic Medical Team. Thomas is a graduate of Tulane University,
where he lettered in baseball as a pitcher for the Green Wave.
KENNETH R. MEANS JR., MD
Dr. Means joins the Nationals for 2011. He is board certified in Orthopaedic Surgery and has achieved the Certificate
of Added Qualification for Surgery of the Hand from the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. At the Curtis National
Hand Center, which was designated by the 103rd Congress as The National Center for the Treatment of the Hand and
Upper Extremity, Means is currently involved in clinical and academic activities which include surgical and non-surgical
care of patients with hand and upper extremity conditions, research, lecturing, book and journal publication, and education of fellows and residents from Georgetown University, Johns Hopkins University, Union Memorial Hospital and the
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Means attended a 7-year accelerated B.S./M.D. program then completed
his Orthopaedic Surgery residency at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, MD. He did additional training in hand and
upper extremity surgery at the Curtis National Hand Center.

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

WASHINGTON NATIONALS MEDICAL TEAM

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WASHINGTON ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

Michael McGowan
ASSISTANT ATHLETIC
TRAINER

John Philbin
STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING
COACH

Angela Gordon
PHYSICAL
THERAPIST

Tatiana Tchamouroff
MASSAGE
THERAPIST

MEDIA

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PARK

TATIANA TCHAMOUROFF
Tatiana Tchamouroff is entering her 4th season as the official massage therapist for the Washington Nationals. She brings over
12 years of expertise in orthopedic massage and kinesio taping with professional athletes in MLB, the NFL and the NBA. In addition to her work with professional athletes, Tatiana has owned and operated Ninotch, a boutique treatment center in suburban
Maryland, for over 15 years. Tatiana is a graduate of the distinguished Boulder College of Massage Therapy in Colorado and is
regarded as one of the premier massage therapists in DC. She has taught massage therapy and kinesio taping techniques to the
White House medical staff.

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

ANGELA GORDON
Angela T. Gordon MPT/ATC has been a practicing physical therapist for 9 years and clinic director for 6 years at Patriot Sportsmedicine, a Physiotherapy Assoc Company, in Alexandria VA. Gordon has special interest in shoulder, low back, and knee rehabilitation. She is the creator and owner of F.A.S.T. TM Female Athlete Sports Training. Gordon has extensive experience working
with athletes ranging from high school through professional level. She was the physical therapist for the Nationals during the
2005 season. Gordon is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Science degree through Andrews University and a manual orthopedic
certification through NAOIMT.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

JOHN PHILBIN
In his 3rd season with the Nationals, Philbin will draw on 31 years of fitness experience, including 8 (1992-00) as a strength
coach with the Washington Redskins and 4 years with the University of Maryland. Since his days with the Redskins, Philbin has
served as the Olympic head coach and director of sports science and conditioning for the U.S. Bobsled Team (1988-92). He was
the director of strength and conditioning at the U.S. Olympic Training Center and was the conditioning coach for 2-time worldchampion boxer Fernando Vargas. Philbin is the founder and president of the National Strength Professionals Association (NSPA),
which is an internationally recognized certification agency for strength conditioning coaches, personal trainers, athletic trainers
and physical therapists. He opened Philbin’s Athletic Training Center in Gaithersburg, MD. Philbin was an elite athlete himself,
as he was a member of the 1984 U.S. Bobsled Team, an All-American track & field decathlete and played football at Frostburg
(MD) State University. Philbin earned a Master’s in Physical Education and Administration from the University of Maryland and
has written 3 books on athletic strength & conditioning.

2010
IN REVIEW

MICHAEL McGOWAN
McGowan enters his 6th season as Assistant Athletic Trainer of the Washington Nationals. Before being elevated to his current
position, he served the Nationals in a dual role as Minor League Athletic Training and Rehabilitation Coordinator in 2005. McGowan
held that same position with the Montreal Expos in 2003 and 2004 after serving solely as the Rehabilitation Coordinator in 2002.
A native of Chicago, IL, McGowan started his professional baseball career in 1993 in the Florida Marlins minor-league system.
From 1996-1999, he simultaneously served as head athletic trainer with Single-A Brevard County and as Marlins Minor League
Rehabilitation Coordinator. McGowan has also gained valuable experience working winter-league ball in Mexico, Puerto Rico, and
the 1997 Arizona Fall League. He resides in Melbourne, FL with his wife, Heather, and children Brittany, Jacob and Michael.

PLAYERS

LEE KUNTZ
Kuntz enters his 5th season with the Nationals after being named Head Athletic Trainer on January 12, 2007. Kuntz graduated
from Lock Haven (PA) State College, majoring in Health and Physical Education with a specialization in Athletic Training. Following graduation Kuntz was named a graduate assistant at Tennessee Tech, where he worked with the Golden Eagle football
team, taught classes and earned a Master of Arts in Health and Physical Education. After a short stint at Glen Mills (PA) School,
Kuntz accepted a job as a minor league athletic trainer with the Cleveland Indians. He worked his way up through the Indians
minor league system, reaching Double-A in 1988. Kuntz left baseball and took a clinical athletic training position with the Sports
Medicine Center of Macon, GA, but after a year out of the game, resumed his athletic training career in baseball, again within
the Indians’ minor-league system. After a 6-year tenure at the Triple-A level in Charlotte and Buffalo, Kuntz was named Assistant
Athletic Trainer for the Kansas City Royals from 1999-2002. Following the 2002 season, Kuntz returned to the Cleveland Indians
as Minor League Rehabilitation Coordinator and medical point person. Kuntz resides in Canton, OH with his wife, Leslie, and
two children, Leah and Emily.

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

Lee Kuntz
HEAD ATHLETIC
TEAM PHYSICIAN

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2010 IN REVIEW

2010 WASHINGTON NATIONALS DAY-BY-DAY

NATIONALS
OPPONENTS
DATE
D/N OPPONENT
SCORE
REC.
POS.
GA/GB
WINNING PITCHER
LOSING PITCHER
SAVE
R-H-E, LOB
R-H-E, LOB
ATT
HOME NO.
TOTAL
4/5
D PHI
L1-11
0-1
T4
-1.0
Halladay (1-0)
Lannan (0-1) ­—
1-9-1, 9
11-13-1, 11
41,290
1
41,290
4/6
(off day)
0-1
T4
-1.0
4/7
N PHI
L4-8
0-2
5
-2.0
Hamels (1-0)
Marquis (0-1)
Madson (1)
4-10-1, 11
8-11-1, 10
27,240
2
68,530
4/8
D PHI
W6-5
1-2
T2
-1.0
Clippard (1-0)
Figueroa (0-1)
Capps (1)
6-9-1, 6
5-12-0, 11
20,217
3
88,747
4/9
N @ NYM
L2-8
1-3
5
-2.0
Pelfrey (1-0)
Batista (0-1)

2-4-0, 7
8-12-0, 9
28,055
4/10
D @ NYM
W4-3
2-3
T4
-2.0
Lannan (1-1)
Perez (0-1)
Capps (2)
4-5-2, 6
3-8-2, 12
33,044
4/11
D @ NYM
W5-2
3-3
T3
-2.0
Hernandez (1-0)
Santana (1-1)
Capps (3)
5-7-1, 7
2-7-0, 8
33,672
4/12
D @ PHI
L4-7
3-4
T3
-3.0
Hamels (2-0)
Marquis (0-2)
Madson (2)
4-6-1, 6
7-8-1, 4
44,791
4/13
(off day)
3-4
T3
-3.0
4/14
N @ PHI
L7-14
3-5
4
-4.0
Figueroa (1-1)
Bergmann (0-1)

7-10-0, 8
14-14-0, 5
45,438
4/15
D @ PHI
W7-5
4-5
4
-3.0
Clippard (2-0)
Baez (0-1)
Capps (4)
7-9-0, 9
5-9-1, 9
44,157
4/16
N MIL
W5-3
5-5
4
-3.0
Bruney (1-0)
Hawkins (0-1)
Capps (5)
5-10-1, 7
3-8-0, 8
17,234
4
105,981
4/17
D MIL
W8-5
6-5
T3
-2.0
Hernandez (2-0)
Wolf (1-1)

8-10-1, 5
0-4-2, 6
18,673
5
124,654
4/18
D MIL
L7-11
6-6
4
-2.0
Vargas (1-0)
Marquis (0-3)

7-16-0, 8
11-11-0, 8
18,789
6
143,443
4/19
N COL
W5-2
7-6
4
-1.5
Stammen (1-0)
Cook (0-2)
Capps (6)
5-8-0, 7
2-6-0, 3
11,623
7
155,066
4/20
N COL
L4-10
7-7
4
-1.5
De La Rosa (2-1)
Olsen (0-1)

4-12-0, 12
10-14-0, 9
15,037
8
170,103
4/21
N COL
W6-4
8-7
T3
-1.5
Clippard (3-0)
Betancourt (0-1)
Capps (7)
6-10-0, 7
4-13-2, 11
11,191
9
181,294
4/22
D COL
L0-2
8-8
4
-2.5
Jimenez (4-0)
Hernandez (2-1)
Morales (3)
0-7-0, 7
2-4-0, 2
15,519
10
196,813
4/23
N LAD
W5-1
9-8
3
-1.5
Atilano (1-0)
Haeger (0-2)

5-6-3, 5
1-5-1, 8
23,859
11
220,672
4/24
D LAD
L3-4
9-9
T4
-2.5
Monasterios (1-0)
Batista (0-2)

3-14-0, 15
4-11-2, 6
18,039
12
238,711
4/25
D LAD
W1-0
10-9
T2
-1.5
Olsen (1-1)
Billingsley (1-1)
Capps (8)
1-4-0, 5
0-7-0, 7
18,395
13
257,106
4/26
N @ CHI
L3-4
10-10
4
-1.5
Marmol (1-0)
Bruney (1-1)

3-10-0, 8
4-8-0, 9
37,850
4/27
N @ CHI
W3-1
11-10
T3
-1.0
Hernandez (3-1)
Gorzelanny (0-3)
Capps (9)
3-6-1, 4
1-7-1, 8
37,440
4/28
D @ CHI
W3-2
12-10
3
-1.0
Atilano (2-0)
Dempster (2-1)
Capps (10)
3-4-1, 2
2-9-0, 11
36,660
4/29
(off day)
12-10
3
-1.0
4/30
N @ FLA
W7-1
13-10
2
-1.0
Olsen (2-1)
Nolasco (2-1)

7-13-0, 9
1-10-2, 15
20,856
5/1
N @ FLA
L1-7
13-11
3
-1.0
Volstad (2-2)
Stammen (1-1)

1-4-3, 3
7-10-0, 3
34,886
5/2
D @ FLA
L3-9
13-12
T3
-1.5
Johnson (3-1)
Lannan (1-2)

3-6-0, 8
9-13-1, 9
13,169
5/3
(off day)
13-12
T3
-1.0
5/4
N ATL
W6-3
14-12
3
-1.0
Hernandez (4-1)
Kawakami (0-5)
Capps (11)
6-11-2, 6
3-8-0, 11
17,098
14
274,204
5/5
N ATL
L6-7
14-13
3
-2.0
Medlen (1-1)
Capps (0-1)
Wagner (3)
6-12-0, 9
7-10-1, 7
15,616
15
289,820
5/6
N ATL
W3-2
15-13
T2
-2.0
Clippard (4-0)
O’Flaherty (1-1)

3-7-3, 5
2-4-1, 4
17,131
16
306,951
5/7
N FLA
L2-4
15-14
3
-3.0
Volstad (3-2)
Bruney (1-2)
Nunez (5)
2-6-2, 5
4-7-1, 6
20,161
17
327,112
5/8
D FLA
W5-4
16-14
3
-2.0
Clippard (5-0)
Badenhop (0-4)
Capps (12)
5-8-1, 4
4-7-1, 6
21,633
18
348,745
5/9
D FLA
W3-2
17-14
T2
-2.0
Clippard (6-0)
Hensley (1-1)
Capps (13)
3-9-0, 8
2-7-0, 7
21,299
19
370,044
5/10
N @ NYM
W3-2
18-14
2
-2.0
Atilano (3-0)
Maine (1-2)
Batista (1)
3-11-0, 10
2-12-0, 11
29,313
5/11
N @ NYM
L6-8
18-15
T2
-2.5
Valdes (1-0)
Clippard (6-1)
Rodriguez (5)
6-9-1, 10
8-16-0, 10
31,606
5/12
D @ NYM
W6-4
19-15
2
-1.5
Clippard (7-1)
Rodriguez (2-1)
Capps (14)
6-11-1, 11
4-8-1, 8
33,024
5/13
N @ COL
W14-6
20-15
2
-1.0
Slaten (1-0)
Chacin (2-1)

14-16-0, 4
6-10-0, 9
20,795
5/14
N @ COL
20-15
2 -1.5 *** GAME POSTPONED BY RAIN (made up at 12:10 pm on May 15 as part of traditional doubleheader***
5/15
D @ COL [DH1]
L2-6
20-16
2
-3.0
Jimenez (7-1)
Hernandez (4-2)
None
2-7-0, 4
6-10-0, 6
29,111
5/15
N @ COL [DH2]
L3-4
20-17
2
-3.0
Hammel (1-2)
Burnett (0-1)
Corpas (1)
3-7-1, 4
4-6-0, 6
35,258
5/16
D @ COL
L1-2
20-18
T2
-4.0
Belisle (1-0)
Clippard (7-2)
Cropas (2)
1-8-0, 8
2-6-0, 5
42,874
5/17
N @ STL
L2-6
20-19
T2
-5.0
Lohse (1-3)
Stammen (1-2)

2-8-0, 7
6-9-2, 6
38,005
5/18
N @ STL
L2-3
20-20
3
-5.0
Carpenter (5-1)
Clippard (7-3)
Franklin (9)
2-9-0, 9
3-6-2, 5
36,345
5/19
N NYM
W5-3
21-20
3
-4.0
Storen (1-0)
Valdes (1-1)
Capps (15)
5-8-2, 6
3-5-0, 6
19,384
20
389,428
5/20
N NYM
L7-10
21-21
5
-5.0
Valdes (2-1)
Atilano (3-1)
None
7-12-3, 10
10-15-0, 9
23,612
21
413,040
5/21
N BAL
L3-5
21-22
4
-6.0
Hernandez (1-5)
Olsen (2-2)
Simon (6)
3-5-0, 9
5-9-0, 9
27,378
22
440,418
5/22
D BAL
W7-6
22-22
T3
-5.0
Walker (1-0)
Hendrickson (1-2)
Capps (16)
7-15-2, 11
6-10-0, 3
30,290
23
470,708
5/23
D BAL
W4-3
23-22
T3
-4.0
Slaten (2-0)
Meredith

4-11-1, 9
3-6-0, 6
27,535
24
498,243
5/24
(off day)
23-22
T3
-4.0
5/25
N @ SFG
L2-4
23-23
T4
-4.0
Wellemeyer (3-4)
Hernandez (4-3)
Wilson (11)
2-4-0, 3
4-9-0, 7
27,981
5/26
N @ SFG
W7-3
24-23
T3
-3.0
Atilano (4-1)
Lincecum (5-1)
None
7-8-1, 6
3-7-1, 4
30,230
5/27
D @ SFG
L4-5
24-24
T4
-3.0
Casilla (1-0)
Burnett (0-2)
Wilson (12)
4-8-1, 8
5-9-1, 6
28,251
5/28
N @ SDP
W5-3
25-24
T3
-3.0
Lannan (2-2)
Richard (4-3)
Capps (17)
5-6-1, 2
3-12-0, 8
23,468
5/29
N @ SDP
L2-4
25-25
T3
-4.0
Latos (5-3)
Martin (0-1)
Bell (14)
2-5-1, 5
4-4-0, 2
25,956
5/30
D @ SDP
L3-4
25-26
T4
-4.0
Gregerson (1-1)
Burnett (0-3)

2-7-2, 5
3-11-0, 10
28,591
5/31
D @ HOU
W14-4
26-26
T3
-3.5
Atilano (5-1)
Oswalt (3-7)

14-14-1, 6
4-7-1, 8
34,704
6/1
N @ HOU
L7-8
26-27
4
-4.5
Lopez (2-0)
Capps (0-2)

7-8-1, 11
8-15-2, 14
25,249
6/2
N @ HOU
L1-5
26-28
5
-5.5
Rodriguez (3-7)
Lannan (2-3)

1-7-3, 10
5-9-1, 7
26,736
6/3
D @ HOU
L4-6
26-29
5
-6.5
Lindstrom (2-1)
Capps (0-3)

4-12-3, 7
6-11-0, 8
21,814
6/4
N CIN
W4-2 27-29 5
-5.5 Clippard (8-3)
Del Rosario (1-1)
Capps (18)
4-12-1, 12
2-12-1, 11
33,774
25
532,017
6/5
N CIN
L1-5 27-30 5
-6.5 Leake (5-0)
Atilano (5-2)

1-8-2, 7
5-10-1, 8
22,896
26
554,913
6/6
D CIN
L4-5 27-31 5
-6.5 Cordero (2-3)
Slaten (2-1)
Masset (1)
4-9-0, 9
5-14-0, 10
27,202
27
582,115
6/7
(off day)
27-31 5 -6.0
6/8
N PIT
W5-3
28-31
T4
-6.0
Strasburg (1-0)
Karstens (1-2)
Capps (19)
5-11-0, 5
2-5-0, 2
40,315
28
622,430
6/9
N PIT
W7-5
29-31
4
-5.0
Storen (2-0)
J. Carrasco (1-2)
Capps (20)
7-10-2, 6
5-12-0, 10
18,876
29
641,306
6/10
N PIT
W4-2
30-31
4
-5.0
Hernandez (5-3)
Duke (3-7)
Clippard (1)
4-10-0, 9
2-8-1, 7
21,767
30
663,073
6/11
N @ CLE
L2-7
30-32
5
-5.0
Westbrook (4-3)
Atilano (5-3)
Perez (6)
2-7-1, 6
7-9-1, 7
22,041
6/12
D @ CLE
L1-7
30-33
5
-6.0
Caromona (5-5)
Martin (0-2)

1-3-1, 0
7-9-0, 3
19,484
6/13
D @ CLE
W9-4
31-33
5
-6.0
Strasburg (2-0)
Huff (2-8)

9-16-0, 9
4-7-0, 9
32,876
6/14
(off day)
31-33
5
-6.0
6/15
D @ DET
L4-7
31-34
5
-6.0
Scherzer (3-6)
Lannan (2-4)
Valverde (14)
4-7-1, 7
7-12-1, 11
24,821
6/16
D @ DET
L3-8
31-35
5
-7.0
Verlander (8-4)
Hernandez (5-4)

3-7-1, 3
8-7-0, 6
24,767
6/17
N @ DET
L3-8
31-36
5
-8.0
Bonderman (3-4)
Atilano (5-4)

3-8-2, 6
8-19-1, 10
33,630
6/18
N CWS
L1-2
31-37
5
-9.0
J. Putz (2-2)
Storen (2-1)
Jenks (14)
1-5-1, 3
2-6-0, 6
40,325
31
703,398
6/19
D CWS
L0-1
31-38
5
-10.0
Peavey (6-5)
Martin (0-3)

0-3-0, 5
1-9-0, 8
36,487
32
739,885
6/20
D CWS
L3-6
31-39
5
-11.0
Garcia (8-3)
Lannan (2-5)
Putz (1)
3-8-0, 6
6-15-0, 7
31,763
33
771,648
6/21
N KCR
W2-1
32-39
5
-10.5
Hernandez (6-4)
Chen (3-2)
Capps (21)
2-4-0, 5
1-11-0, 8
13,592
34
785,240
6/22
N KCR
W4-3
33-39
5
-9.5
Atilano (6-4)
Lerew (0-1)
Capps (22)
4-11-0, 8
3-11-0, 8
21,168
35
806,408
6/23
D KCR
L0-1
33-40
5
-9.5
Bannister (7-5)
Strasburg (2-1)
Soria (17)
0-6-1, 6
1-9-0, 9
31,913
36
838,321
6/24
(off day)
33-40
5
-9.0
6/25
N @ BAL
L6-7
33-41
5
-10.0
Simon (2-1)
Clippard (8-4)

6-12-4, 10
7-13-1, 11
43,484
6/26
D @ BAL
L5-6
33-42
5
-11.0
Berken (1-1)
Burnett (0-4)
Simon (8)
5-7-0, 6
6-14-0, 10
28,635
6/27
D @ BAL
L3-4
33-43
5
-11.0
Hernandez (3-6)
Clippard (8-5)
Simon (9)
3-5-1, 7
4-8-0, 3
22,951
6/28
N @ ATL
L0-5
33-44
5
-12.0
Hudson (8-3)
Strasburg (2-2)

0-5-1, 8
5-8-2, 4
42,889
6/29
N @ ATL
W7-2
34-44
5
-11.0
Stammen (2-2)
Lowe (9-6)

7-11-0, 8
2-5-1, 5
19,045
6/30
N @ ATL
L1-4
34-45
5
-12.0
Jurrjens (1-3)
Martin (0-4)
Wagner (16)
1-8-0, 8
4-7-0, 9
20,091
7/1
N NYM
W2-1
35-45
5
-11.5
Capps (1-3)
Feliciano (2-4)

2-9-0, 11
1-8-0, 7
20,167
37
858,488
7/2
N NYM
L3-5
35-46
5
-12.5
Niese (6-2)
Atilano (6-5)
Rodriguez (19)
3-9-1, 5
5-8-0, 7
24,410
38
882,898
7/3
D NYM
W6-5
36-46
5
-12.5
Capps (2-3)
Rodriguez (2-2)

6-11-2, 11
5-8-1, 9
39,214
39
922,112
7/4
N NYM
L5-9
36-47
5
-12.5
Takahashi (7-3)
Stammen (2-3)
Rodriguez (20)
5-12-1, 10
9-14-0, 11
29,234
40
951,346
7/5
(off day)
36-47
5
-12.0
7/6
N SDP
W6-5
37-47
5
-12.0
Capps (3-3)
Gregerson (2-4)

6-11-1, 9
5-13-0, 8
14,039
41
965,385
7/7
N SDP
W7-6
38-47
5
-12.0
D. Martin (1-4)
Garland (8-6)
Capps (23)
7-9-0, 3
6-13-0, 8
13,762
42
979,147
7/8
N SDP
L1-7
38-48
5
-12.5
Latos (10-4)
Atilano (6-6)

1-8-1, 8
7-11-0, 4
17,364
43
996,511
7/9
N SFG
W8-1
39-48
5
-12.5
Strasburg (3-2)
Cain (6-8)

8-13-0, 6
1-4-1, 4
34,723
44
1,031,234
7/10
N SFG
L5-10
39-49
5
-13.5
Casilla (2-2)
Clippard (8-6)

5-8-0, 5
10-11-0, 6
23,977
45
1,055,211
7/11
D SFG
L2-6
39-50
5
-13.5
Bumgarner (2-2)
Hernandez (6-5)
Wilson (23)
2-10-0, 13
6-7-1, 4
22,403
46
1,077,614
7/12-7/15
***ALL-STAR BREAK (All-Star Game Played on July 13 at Angels Stadium in Anaheim, CA: NL 3, AL 1)

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2010 IN REVIEW
COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

NATIONALS
OPPONENTS
DATE
D/N OPPONENT
SCORE
REC.
POS.
GA/GB
WINNING PITCHER
LOSING PITCHER
SAVE
R-H-E, LOB
R-H-E, LOB
ATT
HOME NO.
TOTAL
7/16
N @ FLA
W4-0
40-50
5
-13.0
Strasburg (4-2)
Nolasco (9-7)

4-8-0, 4
0-4-0, 8
27,037
7/17
N @ FLA
L0-2
40-51
5
-13.0
Johnson (10-3)
Hernandez (6-6)
Nunez (21)
0-11-1, 10
2-4-1, 4
23,005
7/18
D @ FLA
L0-1
40-52
5
-14.0
Sanabia (1-1)
Stammen (2-4)
Nunez (22)
0-8-1, 9
1-6-0, 10
21,057
7/19
N @ CIN
L2-7
40-53
5
-14.5
Cueto (9-2)
Martin (1-5)

2-4-0, 8
7-10-1, 4
21,243
7/20
N @ CIN
L7-8
40-54
5
-15.5
Leake (7-1)
Atilano (6-7)
Cordero (26)
7-8-1, 5
8-9-1, 5
22,876
7/21
N @ CIN
W8-5
41-54
5
-14.5
Strasburg (5-2)
Arroyo (10-5)
Capps (24)
8-9-0, 5
5-10-1, 9
37,868
7/22
D @ CIN
W7-1
42-54
5
-14.5
Hernandez (7-6)
Volquez (1-1)

7-10-0, 6
1-7-0, 5
23,115
7/23
N @ MIL
L5-7
42-55
5
-14.5
Loe (1-1)
Burnett (0-5)
Axford (14)
5-7-0, 3
7-9-0, 5
34,822
7/24
N @ MIL
L3-4
42-56
5
-15.5
Axford (6-1)
Storen (2-2)

3-7-0, 5
4-11-0, 10
41,987
7/25
D @ MIL
L3-8
42-57
5
-15.5
Bush (5-8)
Detwiler (0-1)

3-9-2, 7
8-7-2, 5
42,414
7/26
(off day)
42-57
5
-15.5
7/27
N ATL
W3-0
43-57
5
-14.5
Batista (1-2)
Hanson (8-7)
Capps (25)
3-6-0, 4
0-5-2, 6
40,043
47
1,117,657
7/28
N ATL
L1-3
43-58
5
-15.5
Hudson (11-5)
Hernandez (7-7)
Wagner (23)
1-7-0, 6
3-8-0, 9
24,263
48
1,141,920
7/29
D ATL
W5-3
44-58
5
-14.5
Olsen (3-2)
Lowe (3-2)
Capps (26)
5-7-1, 4
3-6-0, 6
30,263
49
1,172,183
7/30
N PHI
W8-1
45-58
5
-14.5
Stammen (3-4)
Oswalt (6-13)

8-11-0, 8
1-6-2, 7
32,590
50
1,204,773
7/31
N PHI
W7-5
46-58
5
-13.5
Storen (3-2)
Lidge (1-1)

7-12-0, 7
5-11-0, 2
38,049
51
1,242,822
8/1
D PHI
L4-6
46-59
5
-13.5
Contreras (6-3)
Balester (0-1)
Lidge (11)
4-8-2, 5
6-12-0, 11
35,807
52
1,278,629
8/2
N @ ARI
W3-1
47-59
5
-13.5
Hernandez (8-7)
Lopez (5-10)
Burnett (1)
3-8-0, 6
1-5-0, 5
16,793
8/3
N @ ARI
L1-6
47-60
5
-13.5
Saunders (1-0)
Olsen (3-3)

1-5-0, 5
6-9-2, 5
17,164
8/4
N @ ARI
W7-2
48-60
5
-13.5
Stammen (4-4)
Kennedy (6-10)

7-13-0, 6
2-9-0, 9
15,670
8/5
N @ ARI
L4-8
48-61
5
-14.5
Enright (3-2)
Detwiler (0-2)

4-9-3, 5
8-13-1, 8
16,638
8/6
N @ LAD
W6-5
49-61
5
-13.5
Lannan (3-5)
Kershaw (10-7)
Storen (1)
6-9-0, 8
3-5-0, 5
39,153
8/7
N @ LAD
L2-3
49-62
5
-14.5
Broxton (4-3)
Burnett (0-6)

2-5-1, 7
3-7-1, 9
44,896
8/8
D @ LAD
L3-8
49-63
5
-15.5
Lilly (5-8)
Marquis (0-4)

3-6-2, 6
8-10-2, 5
43,639
8/9
(off day)
49-63
5
-15.0
8/10
N FLA
L2-8
49-64
5
-16.0
Sanchez (9-7)
Strasburg (5-3)

2-5-0, 8
8-11-2, 8
25,939
53
1,304,568
8/11
N FLA
L5-9
49-65
5
-17.0
Volstad (6-8)
Olsen (3-4)

5-12-2, 7
9-13-0, 8
15,061
54
1,319,629
8/12
N FLA
L0-5
49-66
5
-17.5
Nolasco (13-8)
Hernandez (8-8)

0-6-0, 7
5-10-1, 10
16,496
55
1,336,125
8/13
N ARI
W4-2
50-66
5
-17.5
Lannan (4-5)
Saunders (1-2)
Burnett (2)
4-10-1, 8
2-4-1, 2
19,549
56
1,355,674
8/14
N ARI
L2-9
50-67
5
-17.5
Kennedy (7-9)
Marques (0-5)

2-6-0, 6
9-14-0, 5
22,400
57
1,378,074
8/15
D ARI
W5-3
51-67
5
-17.5
Clippard (9-6)
Norberto (0-2)
Storen (2)
5-9-1, 5
3-7-1, 5
21,695
58
1,399,769
8/16
(off day)
51-67
5
-18.0
8/17
N @ ATL
L2-10
51-68
5
-19.0
Minor (1-0)
Olsen (3-5)

2-7-2, 7
10-12-0, 8
16,911
8/18
N @ ATL
L2-3
51-69
5
-20.0
Wagner (7-2)
Burnett (0-7)

2-9-0, 4
3-11-0, 9
18,105
8/19
D @ ATL
W6-2
52-69
5
-19.0
Lannan (5-5)
Lowe (11-11)

6-7-0, 4
2-7-0, 6
15,593
8/20
N @ PHI
L0-1
52-70
5
-20.0
Halladay (16-8)
Marquis (0-6)
Lidge (17)
0-10-1, 12
1-4-1, 7
45,093
8/21
N @ PHI
W8-1
53-70
5
-19.0
Slaten (3-1)
Kendrick (8-6)

8-12-1, 8
1-4-0, 6
45,266
8/22
D @ PHI
L0-6
53-71
5
-20.0
Oswalt (9-13)
Olsen (3-6)

0-5-0, 5
6-12-1, 7
44,539
8/23
N CHC
L1-9
53-72
5
-20.0
Coleman (1-1)
Hernandez (8-9)

1-3-0, 4
9-15-1, 12
17,921
59
1,417,690
8/24
N CHC
L4-5
53-73
5
-20.0
Zambrano (5-6)
Lannan (5-6)
Marmol (23)
4-7-1, 8
5-8-1, 2
18,250
60
1,435,940
8/25
N CHC
L0-4
53-74
5
-20.0
Dempster (12-8)
Marquis (0-7)

0-4-1, 4
4-7-0, 5
18,344
61
1,454,284
8/26
N STL
W11-10
54-74
5
-19.5
Slaten (4-1)
Hawksworth (4-8)

11-16-0, 11
10-14-1, 9
22,317
62
1,476,601
8/27
N STL
L2-4
54-75
5
-19.5
Garcia (12-6)
Olsen (3-7)
Franklin (22)
2-12-2, 14
4-7-0, 4
22,871
63
1,499,472
8/28
N STL
W14-5
55-75
5
-19.5
Hernandez (9-9)
Lohse (2-6)

14-16-0, 2
5-9-1, 4
30,688
64
1,530,160
8/29
D STL
W4-2
56-75
5
-19.5
Lannan (6-6)
Wainwright (17-9)
Storen (3)
4-8-1, 6
2-9-0, 6
24,782
65
1,554,942
8/30
N @ FLA
W9-3
57-75
5
-19.5
Marquis (1-7)
Sanabia (3-2)

9-11-0, 7
3-8-2, 8
18,326
8/31
N @ FLA
L0-1
57-76
5
-20.5
Hensley (3-4)
Storen (3-3)

0-4-0, 7
1-3-0, 3
18,506
9/1
N @ FLA
L10-16
57-77
5
-21.5
Olsen (3-8)
Volstad (9-9)

10-16-0, 9
16-15-2, 5
18,045
9/2
(off day)
57-77
5
-21.0
9/3
N @ PIT
L5-8
57-78
5
-21.0
Duke (7-12)
Hernandez (9-10)
Hanrahan (3)
5-8-0, 7
8-11-1, 5
19,734
9/4
N @ PIT
W9-2
58-78
5
-21.0
Lannan (7-6)
Maholm (7-14)

9-15-3, 8
2-9-1, 10
30,263
9/5
D @ PIT
W8-1
59-78
5
-20.0
Marquis (2-7)
Morton (1-11)

8-11-1, 8
1-11-3, 11
18,057
9/6
D NYM
W13-3
60-78
5
-19.0
Olsen (4-8)
Pelfrey (13-9)

13-12-1, 8
3-3-1, 6
20,224
66
1,575,166
9/7
N NYM
L1-4
60-79
5
-19.0
Gee (1-0)
Maya (0-1)
Takahashi (4)
1-4-0, 5
4-6-0, 2
13,835
67
1,589,001
9/8
D NYM
L2-3
60-80
5
-20.5
Dickey (10-6)
Hernandez (9-11)
Takahashi (5)
2-6-1, 5
3-8-0, 7
16,002
68
1,605,003
9/9
(off day)
60-80
5
-20.5
9/10
N FLA
L1-3
60-81
5
-21.5
Sanabia (4-2)
Lannan (7-7)
Hensley (1)
1-6-1, 8
3-12-0, 10
17,180
69
1,622,183
9/11
D FLA
L1-4
60-82
5
-21.5
Sanchez (12-9)
Marquis (2-8)
Hensley (2)
1-5-2, 4
4-8-1, 7
17,941
70
1,640,124
9/12
D FLA
L5-6
60-83
5
-22.5
Sanches (1-2)
Zimmermann (0-1)
Hensley (3)
5-8-2, 5
6-11-1, 12
16,788
71
1,656,912
9/13
N @ ATL
L0-4
60-84
5
-23.5
Lowe (13-12)
Maya (0-2)

0-6-1, 4
4-5-0, 6
18,647
9/14
N @ ATL
W6-0
61-84
5
-23.5
Hernandez (10-11)
Jurrjens (7-6)

6-11-0, 8
0-5-1, 7
26,954
9/15
D @ ATL
W4-2
62-84
5
-23.5
Lannan (8-7)
Minor (3-1)
Storen (4)
4-5-0, 3
2-10-0, 7
19,237
9/16
(off day)
62-84
5
-23.5
9/17
N @ PHI
L1-9
62-85
5
-24.5
Oswalt (13-13)
Marquis (2-9)

1-8-2, 7
9-10-0, 5
45,338
9/18
N @ PHI
L2-5
62-86
5
-25.5
Kendrick (10-9)
Zimmermann (0-2)
Lidge (23)
2-7-0, 9
5-12-0, 9
45,222
9/19
D @ PHI
L6-7
62-87
5
-26.5
Worley (1-1)
Storen (3-4)

6-11-1, 6
7-14-0, 10
44,936
9/20
N HOU
L2-8
62-88
5
-27.5
Norris (9-8)
Hernandez (10-12)

2-6-3, 8
8-11-0, 5
10,999
72
1,667,911
9/21
N HOU
W8-4
63-88
5
-27.5
Clippard (10-6)
Paulino (1-9)

8-11-0, 9
4-7-0, 5
11,893
73
1,679,804
9/22
N HOU
W4-3
64-88
5
-27.5
Clippard (11-6)
Fulchino (2-1)
Burnett (3)
4-8-0, 6
3-9-0, 7
12,213
74
1,692,017
9/23
D HOU
W7-2
65-88
5
-27.0
Detwiler (1-2)
Figueroa (5-4)

7-8-0, 4
2-10-0, 9
14,633
75
1,706,650
9/24
N ATL
W8-3
66-88
5
-27.0
Zimmermann (1-2)
Hudson (16-9)

8-10-2, 9
3-6-1, 6
22,515
76
1,729,165
9/25
D ATL
L0-5
66-89
5
-27.0
Lowe (15-12)
Maya (0-3)

0-6-1, 12
5-9-2, 9
23,824
77
1,752,989
9/26
D ATL
W4-2
67-89
5
-27.0
Burnett (1-7)
Farnsworth (0-2)
Storen (5)
4-7-1, 8
2-7-0, 6
21,625
78
1,774,614
9/27
N PHI
L0-8
67-90
5
-27.0
Halladay (21-10)
Lannan (8-8)

0-2-0, 1
8-12-0, 7
14,309
79
1,788,923
9/28
N PHI
W2-1
68-90
5
-26.0
Storen (4-4)
Contreras (6-4)

2-3-0, 5
1-9-1, 5
19,117
80
1,808,040
9/29
N PHI
L1-7
68-91
5
-27.0
Blanton (9-6)
Detwiler (1-3)

1-3-0, 5
7-8-1, 2
20,026
81
1,828,066
9/30
(off day)
68-91
5
-27.0
10/1
N @ NYM
L1-2
68-92
5
-28.0
Takahashi (10-6)
Clippard (11-7)

1-3-2, 4
2-4-0, 4
29,424
10/2
D @ NYM
L2-7
68-93
5
-29.0
Igarashi (1-1)
Clippard (11-8)

2-6-0, 13
7-11-1, 7
30,386
10/3
D @ NYM
W2-1
69-93
5
-28.0
Peralta (1-0)
Perez (0-5)
Batista (2)
2-6-1, 9
1-8-0, 10
30,849

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

PLAYERS

2010
IN REVIEW
HISTORY AND
RECORDS

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.
NATIONALS
PARK

MEDIA
165

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2010 IN REVIEW

2010 WASHINGTON NATIONALS HITTING/PITCHING STATISTICS
PLAYER
Atilano,L
Batista,M
Bernadina,R
Burke,J
Capps,M
Chico,M
Clippard,T
Desmond,I
Detwiler,R
Dunn,A
English,J
Espinosa,D

RIGHT

LEFT
Gonzalez,A
Guzman,C

RIGHT

LEFT
Harris,W
Hernandez,L
Kennedy,A
Lannan,J
Maldonado,C
Marquis,J
Martin,J
Maxwell,J
Maya,Y
Mench,K
Mock,G
Morgan,N
Morse,M
Nieves,W
Olsen,S
Peralta,J
Ramos,W
Rodriguez,I
Stammen,C
Storen,D

RIGHT

LEFT
Strasburg,S
Taveras,W
Walker,T
Willingham,J
Zimmerman,R
Zimmermann,J

PITCHERS
WASHINGTON
OPPONENTS

AVG. G AB R H TB 2B 3B
HR RBI
SH
SF
HP BB IBB SO
SB
CS
GDP
E
SLG
OBP
.040 16 25 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 2
.040
.040
.125 58 8 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0
.125
.125
.246 134 414 52 102 159 18 3 11 47 2 6 4 35 1 93 16 2 3 4
.384
.307
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.000 47 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
.000
.000
.500 78 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
.500
.500
.269 154 525 59 141 206 27 4 10 65 9 7 5 28 3 109 17 5 9 34
.392
.308
.000 8 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.260
158 558 85
145
299 36 2 38 103 0 4 9 77 10 199 0 1 10
13
.536
.356
.000 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.214 28 103 16 22 46 4 1 6 15 0 0 0 9 1 30 0 2 0 1
.447
.277
.200 25 5 14 1 1 2 4 0 0 0 3 0 7 0
.560
.286
.218 78 17 32 3 0 4 11 0 0 0 6 1 23 0
.410
.274
.247
114 186 19 46 56 8 1 0 5 3 1 1 7 0 30 0 0 8 5
.301
.277
.282 89 319 44 90 115 11 4 2 25 3 2 5 17 3 53 4 2 7 9
.361
.327
.327 110 36 46 5 1 1 11 0 1 2 4 0 13 3
.418
.359
.258 209 54 69 6 3 1 14 3 1 3 13 3 40 4
.330
.310
.183 132 224 25 41 81 6 2 10 32 1 2 2 33 0 60 5 2 3 3
.362
.291
.148 35 61 2 9 13 1 0 1 3 9 0 0 1 0 13 0 0 2 0
.213
.161
.249 135 342 43 85 112 16 1 3 31 1 4 5 37 1 44 14 2 10 9
.327
.327
.091 25 44 1 4 6 2 0 0 4 2 0 0 4 0 22 0 0 1 0
.136
.167
.273 4 11 1 3 6 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0
.545
.333
.136 17 22 1 3 4 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2
.182
.136
.167 10 12 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0
.250
.167
.144 67 104 16 15 30 6 0 3 12 0 2 0 25 2 43 5 1 3 2
.288
.305
.143 5 7 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0
.143
.143
.111 27 27 2 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 6 0 0 0 0
.111
.172
.000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.253 136 509 60 129 160 17 7 0 24 15 3 10 40 1 88 34 17 2 5 .314 .319
.289 98 266 36 77 138 12 2 15 41 0 1 4 22 1 64 0 1 6 0
.519
.352
.203 59 158 10 32 49 8 0 3 16 4 1 1 8 2 29 0 0 6 5
.310
.244
.083 17 24 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0
.083
.083
.000 39 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.269 15 52 3 14 21 4 0 1 4 0 0 0 2 0 9 0 0 1 0
.404
.296
.266
111 398 32
106
138 18 1 4 49 2 4 1 16 2 66 2 3 25 4
.347
.294
.237 36 38 2 9 12 3 0 0 6 3 1 0 1 0 15 0 0 2 4
.316
.250
.500 54 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
.500
.500
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.500 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
.500
.500
.050 12 20 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 1
.050
.050
.200 27 35 7 7 9 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 6 1 2 0 0
.257
.243
.000 24 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
.000
.000
.268 114 370 54 99 170 19 2 16 56 0 4 9 67 3 85 8 0 8 1
.459
.389
.307 142 525 85 161 268 32 0 25 85 0 5 4 69 6 98 4 1 16
17
.510
.388
.200 7 10 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2
.200
.200
.127
162 292 6 37 48 8 0 1 16 31 1 0 6 0 106 0 0 8
15
.164
.144
.250 162 5418 655 1355 2114 250 31 149 634 71 47 60 503 36 1220 110 41 125
127 .390 .318
.266 162 5529 742 1469 2267 275 35 151 704 76 51 46 512 57 1068 79 35 126 91 .410 .330

PITCHER
R/L W L ERA G GS CG GF SHO SV
IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO WP BK BAA
Atilano,L
R 6 7 5.15 16 16 0 0 0 0 85.2 96 56 49 11 2 32 5 40 1 1 .282
Balester,C
R 0
1
2.57 17 0 0 8 0 0 21.0 15 6 6 2 2 11 1 28 4 0
.203
Batista,M
R 1
2
3.70 58 1 0 18 0 2 82.2 71 36 34 9 5 39 8 55 4 0
.234
Bergmann,J R 0
1
15.43 4 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 3 4 4 2 0 1 0 2 0 0
.300
Bisenius,J
R 0
0
9.64 5 0 0 2 0 0 4.2 6 6 5 1 0 6 0 5 0 0
.300
Bruney,B
R 1
2
7.64 19 0 0 6 0 0 17.2 21 18 15 1 0 20 1 16 1 0
.309
Burnett,S
L 1
7
2.14 73 0 0 10 0 3 63.0 52 17 15 3 1 20 4 62 2 0
.220
Capps,M
R 3
3
2.74 47 0 0 43 0 26 46.0 51 20 14 5 0 9 3 38 0 0
.274
Chico,M
L 0
0
3.60 1 1 0 0 0 0 5.0 6 2 2 0 1 0 0 3 1 0
.286
Clippard,T
R 11
8
3.07 78 0 0 18 0 1 91.0 69 33 31 8 2 41 4 112 1 1
.212
Detwiler,R
L 1
3
4.25 8 5 0 1 0 0 29.2 34 22 14 5 1 14 1 17 1 0
.288
English,J
L 0
0
3.86 7 0 0 0 0 0 7.0 10 3 3 0 0 2 0 4 1 0
.323
Hernandez,L
R 10
12 3.66 33 33 2 0 1 0 211.2 216 93 86 16 4 64 5 114 1 1 .270
Lannan,J
L 8 8 4.65 25 25 0 0 0 0 143.1 175 82 74 14 4 49 3 71 1 0 .302
Marquis,J
R 2
9
6.60 13 13 0 0 0 0 58.2 76 47 43 9 8 24 0 31 1 1
.315
Martin,J
R 1
5
4.13 9 9 0 0 0 0 48.0 56 30 22 9 1 11 1 31 1 0
.287
Maya,Y
R 0
3
5.88 5 5 0 0 0 0 26.0 30 18 17 3 2 11 1 12 2 3
.294
Mock,G
R 0
0
5.40 1 1 0 0 0 0 3.1 4 2 2 2 0 5 0 3 0 0
.286
Olsen,S
L 4 8 5.56 17 15 0 0 0 0 81.0 93 54 50 10 2 27 4 53 0 0 .289
Peralta,J
R 1
0
2.02 39 0 0 10 0 0 49.0 30 12 11 5 1 9 4 49 0 0
.170
Slaten,D
L 4
1
3.10 49 0 0 13 0 0 40.2 34 18 14 2 4 19 2 36 2 0
.225
Stammen,C
R 4 4 5.13 35 19 0 3 0 0 128.0 151 78 73 13 1 41 4 85 3 0 .297
Storen,D
R 4
4
3.58 54 0 0 22 0 5 55.1 48 24 22 3 3 22 3 52 3 0
.241
Strasburg,S R 5
3
2.91 12 12 0 0 0 0 68.0 56 25 22 5 0 17 0 92 2 0
.221
Walker,T
R 1
0
3.57 24 0 0 6 0 0 35.1 35 16 14 5 0 8 2 30 1 0
.265
Zimmermann,J R 1
2
4.94 7 7 0 0 0 0 31.0 31 20 17 8 2 10 1 27 0 0
.256
WASHINGTON 69 93 4.13 162 162 2 160 5 37 1435.0 1469 742 658 151 46 512 57 1068 33 7 .266
OPPONENTS 93 69 3.80 162 162 5 157 14 41 1444.0 1355 655 610 149 60 503 36 1220 47 6 .250

166

2010 IN REVIEW
COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2010 WASHINGTON NATIONALS BATTING PROFILE

2010
IN REVIEW
HISTORY AND
RECORDS
SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.
NATIONALS
PARK

MEDIA

167

PLAYERS

W L ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER HR SH SF
HBP BB IBB SO WP BK BAA SLG OBP
‘10 TOTALS:
69 93 4.13 162 162 2 1 160 37 1435.0 1469 742 659 151 76 51 46 512 57
1068 33 7 .266 .410 .330
vs LHB
612
61
33
20
12
230 27
438 8 7
.273
.416
.341
vs RHB
857
90
43
31
34
282 30
630
25 7
.261
.406
.323
Home
41 40 3.97 81 81 1 1 80 24 744.0 738 359 328 76 40 26 24 242 32 590 16 3 .260 .398 .321
Road
28 53 4.31 81 81 1 0 80 13 691.0 731 383 331 75 36 25 22 270 25 478 17 4 .271 .423 .340
Day
26 31 3.80 57 57 2 1 55 16 513.1 525 244 217 43 29 16 17 169 24 365 11 1 .264 .391 .325
Night
43 62 4.32 105 105 0 0 105 21 921.2 944 498 442 108 47 35 29 343 33 703 22 6 .267 .421 .333
Grass
69 93 4.13 162 162 2 1 160 37 1435.0 1469 742 659 151 76 51 46 512 57
1068 33 7 .266 .410 .330
Turf
0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.000
.000
.000
vs AL
5 13 4.22 18 18 0 0 18 3 157.2 184 86 74 13 11 6 3 43 7
108 6 0
.292
.395
.337
vs NL
64 80 4.12 144 144 2 1 142 34 1277.1 1285 656 585 138 65 45 43 469 50 960 27 7 .262 .412 .329
ARI
4 3 3.69 7 7 0 0 7 3 61.0 61 31 25 8 3 5 1 15 0 63 1 0
.266
.428
.308
ATL
10 8 2.89 18 18 0 0 18 5 158.2 133 60 51 7 7 5 8 63 4
132 2 4
.230
.337
.312
BAL
2 4 4.10 6 6 0 0 6 1 52.2 60 31 24 5 1 1 0 18 4 31 4 0
.284
.389
.339
CHI
2 4 3.98 6 6 0 0 6 2 54.1 54 25 24 5 3 2 2 23 1 32 0 2
.263
.410
.341
CIN
3 4 4.35 7 7 1 0 6 2 62.0 72 33 30 4 3 0 1 19 0 45 2 2
.290
.395
.343
CLE
1 2 5.04 3 3 0 0 3 0 25.0 25 18 14 6 1 2 2 9 0 16 1 0
.255
.500
.324
CWS
0 3 2.79 3 3 0 0 3 0 29.0 30 9 9 0 3 0 1 3 1 27 0 0
.273
.291
.298
COL
3 5 4.63 8 8 0 0 8 2 68.0 69 36 35 10 5 3 0 26 1 45 1 2
.268
.459
.332
DET
0 3 8.25 3 3 0 0 3 0 24.0 38 23 22 2 2 2 0 11 2 10 1 0
.355
.486
.408
FLA
5 13 4.46 18 18 0 0 18 2 157.1 159 85 78 19 4 3 6 72 6
148 10 0
.260
.422
.342
HOU
4 4 3.33 8 8 0 0 8 1 70.1 79 40 26 10 4 1 3 26 2 37 1 2
.282
.443
.348
KCR
2 1 1.67 3 3 0 0 3 2 27.0 31 5 5 0 4 1 0 2 0 24 0 0
.298
.327
.308
LAD
3 3 2.20 6 6 0 0 6 2 57.1 45 19 14 3 4 1 2 18 4 39 0 0
.218
.320
.286
MIL
2 4 4.73 6 6 1 1 5 1 51.1 50 33 27 7 2 3 4 21 3 39 2 0
.251
.447
.330
NYM
9 9 4.11 18 18 0 0 18 6 164.1 161 80 75 16 13 10 4 61 10
131 2 0
.256
.393
.321
PHI
6 12 5.96 18 18 0 0 18 2 157.0 181
107
104 25 6 6 6 72 9 94 3 2
.287
.471
.363
PIT
5 1 3.23 6 6 0 0 6 3 53.0 56 20 19 4 2 2 1 11 1 46 0 0
.269
.389
.306
SDP
3 3 3.62 6 6 0 0 6 2 54.2 64 28 22 8 3 2 0 9 3 36 1 0
.294
.459
.319
SFG
2 4 4.67 6 6 0 0 6 0 52.0 47 29 27 5 4 2 1 18 2 37 1 0
.246
.403
.311
STL
3 3 4.50 6 6 0 0 6 1 56.0 54 30 28 7 2 0 4 15 4 36 1 0
.256
.408
.317

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

2010 WASHINGTON NATIONALS PITCHING PROFILE

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP E SLG
OBP
‘10 TOTALS: .250
162
5418 655
1355
2114 250 31 149 634 71 47 60 503 36
1220 110 41 125
120
.390
.318
vs Left .253
1360 165 344 554 67 10 41 160 18 6 18 152 10 345 18 7 28 .407 .335
vs Right .249
4058 490
1011
1560 183 21 108 474 53 41 42 351 26 875 92 34 97
.384
.313
Home .260
81
2678 327 696
1085 135 16 74 314 35 20 29 254 16 566 49 20 59
60
.405
.328
Road .241
81
2740 328 659
1029 115 15 75 320 36 27 31 249 20 654 61 21 66
60
.376
.308
Day
.247 57
1940 235 479 747 89 13 51 232 29 9 27 178 12 445 48 13 42 44 .385 .318
Night .252
105
3478 420 876
1367 161 18 98 402 42 38 33 325 24 775 62 28 83
76
.393
.319
Grass .250
162
5418 655
1355
2114 250 31 149 634 71 47 60 503 36
1220 110 41 125
120
.390
.318
Turf .000
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0
.000
.000
Runners on .255
162
2251 562 573 864 97 13 56 541 71 47 32 266 36 520 110 41 125 .384 .336
None on .247
162
3167 93
782
1250
153
18 93 93 0 0 28
237 0
700 0 0 0
.395
.305
RISP
.253
160
1317 489 333 488 56 6 29 469 32 47 18 185 36 318 22 3 52 .371 .342
RISCP 2OUT
.233
159 658 204 153 230 28 5 13 197 0 0 6 103 25 164 9 0 0 .350 .342
Innings 1-6
.257
162
3669 467 944
1483 178 23 105 451 47 34 40 320 12 794 72 32 88
.404
.321
Innings 7+ .235
162
1749 188 411 631 72 8 44 183 24 13 20 183 24 426 38 9 37 .361 .312
DH
.226
9
31 3 7 7 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 2 1 13 1 0 0
.226
.306
vs AL .235
18
595 60
140
212 17 5 15 60 7 4 8 46 5
124 13 3 14
.356
.297
vs NL .252
144
4823 595
1215
1902 233 26 134 574 64 43 52 457 31
1096 97 38 111
.394
.321
ARI
.261
7
230 26 60
112 10 0 14 26 2 0 2 16 0 32 4 1 12
5
.487
.315
ATL
.244
18
583 64
142
220 24 0 18 61 10 4 4 51 6
159 9 5 15
14
.377
.307
BAL
.270 6
204 28 55 78 5 3 4 28 5 2 6 23 2 30 4 0 3 8
.382
.357
CHI
.177 6
192 14 34 47 3 2 2 14 3 1 0 13 0 42 3 2 5 4
.245
.228
CIN
.255 7
235 33 60 89 10 2 5 32 6 3 3 27 1 46 5 1 6 4
.379
.336
CLE .257
3
101 12 26 43 6 1 3 12 0 0 0 7 0 19 1 1 5
2
.426
.306
CWS .162
3
99 4 16 20 2 1 0 4 1 0 0 5 2 25 2 0 3
1
.202
.202
COL .283
8
265 35 75
110 17 0 6 34 4 4 1 21 3 52 1 6 5
1
.415
.333
DET .218
3
101 10 22 35 1 0 4 10 0 1 2 3 1 32 3 1 1
3
.347
.252
FLA
.243
18
601 58 146 219 31 3 12 55 4 6 10 42 3 147 14 6 13
14
.364
.300
HOU .271
8
273 47 74
115 13 2 8 44 2 2 5 32 0 72 7 2 4
10
.421
.356
KCR .233
3
90 6 21 36 3 0 4 6 1 1 0 8 0 18 3 1 2
1
.400
.293
LAD
.211 6
209 20 44 78 9 2 7 20 4 1 1 22 3 55 9 1 3 6
.373
.288
MIL
.295 6
200 31 59 85 12 1 4 31 2 5 3 12 0 42 5 1 6 4
.425
.336
NYM .237
18
613 75
145
228 29 6 14 75 8 4 8 85 5
133 7 1 8
16
.372
.335
PHI
.243
18
596 68
145
224 33 5 12 67 8 5 8 59 3
145 19 4 16
10
.376
.317
PIT
.316
6
206 38 65
107 12 0 10 34 4 2 0 22 0 31 1 3 4
6
.519
.378
SDP
.230 6
200 23 46 85 6 0 11 23 0 0 0 17 3 51 1 1 6 6
.425
.290
SFG
.260 6
196 28 51 82 12 2 5 25 3 3 4 22 3 47 9 1 5 2
.418
.342
STL
.308
6
224 35 69
101 12 1 6 33 4 3 3 16 1 42 3 3 3
3
.451
.358

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2010 IN REVIEW

2010 WASHINGTON NATIONALS FIELDING STATISTICS
FIRST BASE
PCT.
G GS PO
A E TC DP
Dunn,A
.990 153 151 1203 93 13 1309 119
Gonzalez,A 1.000 3 2 15 0 0 15 3
Kennedy,A .991 51 4
105 7 1
113
11
Morse,M 1.000 19 5 58 5 0 63 4
SECOND BASE
Espinosa,D
Gonzalez,A
Guzman,C
Kennedy,A

PCT.
G GS PO
A E TC DP
1.000 25 23 57 74 0 131 20
.987 38 10 35 42 1 78 16
.980 63 54 122 165 6 293 29
.980 86 75 143 207 7 357 44

THIRD BASE
Gonzalez,A
Harris,W
Kennedy,A
Zimmerman,R

PCT.
G GS PO
A E TC DP
.955 27 17 16 47 3 66 3
.900 6 2 1 8 1 10 0
.889 8 6 2 6 1 9 0
.951 137 137 85 242 17 344 23

SHORTSTOP
Desmond,I
Espinosa,D
Gonzalez,A
Guzman,C

PCT. G GS PO A E TC DP
.947 149 136 221 382 34 637 87
.917 2 2 2 9 1 12 1
.972 16 8 9 26 1 36 6
.974 20 16 23 52 2 77 5

CATCHER
PCT. G GS PO A E TC DP
Burke,J 1.000 1 0 1 0 0 1 0
Maldonado,C
1.000 4 3 10 2 0 12 0
Nieves,W
.984 51 43 290 20 5 315 4
Ramos,W 1.000 15 14 96 9 0 105 0
Rodriguez,I .995 102 102 709 55 4 768 5
OUTFIELD
PCT. G GS PO A E TC DP
Bernadina,R .982 130 111 207 9 4 220 4
Desmond,I .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Gonzalez,A .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Guzman,C .889 8 3 8 0 1 9 0
Harris,W
.980 80 42 98 0 2 100 0
Maxwell,J
.975 51 26 73 4 2 79 1
Mench,K .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
Morgan,N
.986 134 128 339 2 5 346 0
Morse,M 1.000 72 64 123 2 0 125 1
Taveras,W 1.000 22 6 17 1 0 18 1
Willingham,J .994 108 105 164 7 1 172 2

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

PASSED BALLS: Maldonado (1), Nieves (1), Ramos (2), Rodriguez (2)

168

PITCHER
PCT. G GS PO A E TC DP
Atilano,L
.923 16 16 10 14 2 26 2
Balester,C 1.000 17 0 0 2 0 2 0
Batista,M 1.000 58 1 5 9 0 14 1
Bergmann,J .000 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bisenius,J .000 5 0 0 0 1 1 0
Bruney,B .750 19 0 1 2 1 4 0
Burnett,S 1.000 73 0 5 12 0 17 0
Capps,M 1.000 47 0 1 5 0 6 0
Chico,M
.000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
Clippard,T 1.000 78 0 2 3 0 5 1
Detwiler,R 1.000 8 5 3 5 0 8 0
English,J .000 7 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hernandez,L 1.000 33 33 6 39 0 45 3
Lannan,J 1.000 25 25 12 26 0 38 2
Marquis,J .818 13 13 5 4 2 11 0
Martin,J 1.000 9 9 2 5 0 7 0
Maya,Y 1.000 5 5 1 4 0 5 0
Mock,G
.000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
Olsen,S
1.000 17 15 1 7 0 8 1
Peralta,J 1.000 39 0 1 4 0 5 0
Slaten,D .800 49 0 0 4 1 5 0
Stammen,C .875 35 19 9 19 4 32 4
Storen,D 1.000 54 0 2 6 0 8 1
Strasburg,S .875 12 12 4 3 1 8 0
Walker,T .889 24 0 2 6 1 9 0
Zimmermann,J
.600 7 7 1 2 2 5 0

2010 IN REVIEW
COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2010 WASHINGTON NATIONALS RECORD WHEN ...
TRAILING AFTER 6: ............................................ 3-71
TRAILING AFTER 7: ............................................ 2-77
TRAILING AFTER 8: ............................................ 1-80

SCORING FIRST: ............................................... 47-32
SCORING LESS THAN 3: .................................... 12-66
HOME CROWD 30,000-PLUS: ............................. 10-6

OPPONENT SCORES FIRST: ...............................22-61 SHUTOUTS: ......................................................... 5-14
SCORING 3 OR 4: ..............................................18-23
SCORING 5 OR MORE: ...................................... 46-17
HOME CROWD 35,000-PLUS: ................................4-4
HOME CROWD 40,000-PLUS: ............................... 2-2

SERIES OPENER: .............................................. 26-26
HOME SERIES W-L-T: ......................................14-9-3
HOME SERIES SWEEPS: ....................................... 1-4

SERIES FINALE: ................................................21-31
ROAD SERIES W-L-T: ...................................... 5-19-2
OVERALL SERIES W-L-T: ...............................19-28-5
ROAD SERIES SWEEPS: ........................................0-5
TOTAL SERIES SWEEPS: ....................................... 1-9

IN WASHINGTON: .............................................. 41-40
HOME WHITES: ................................................. 15-16
ONE-RUN GAMES: ............................................. 20-28
COME-FROM-BEHIND WINS: ..................................27

ON ROAD: ..........................................................28-53
GREY ROAD JERSEYS: .......................................28-53
2-RUN GAMES: ..................................................18-24
LAST AT-BAT WINS: ...........................................15-20

WITH PRESIDENT OBAMA AT GAME: ..................... 0-2
RED JERSEYS: .................................................. 25-21
BLUE STARS & STRIPES JERSEYS: ........................ 1-3
SUDDEN DEATH W-L: .......................................... 8-11

Desmond, Ian
136
0~1 15~30 6~5 1~0 5~6 10~14 19~20 0~4
Detwiler, Ross 5
2~3

Ramos, Wilson

14 0~1 2~0 1~4 1~5

Atilano, Luis

16

PLAYING IN MARCH/APRIL: .............................. 13-10
PLAYING IN MAY: .............................................. 13-16
PLAYING IN JUNE: .............................................. 8-19
PLAYING IN JULY: ............................................. 12-13
PLAYING IN AUGUST: ........................................ 11-18
PLAYING IN SEPT./OCT.: ................................... 12-17

Rodriguez, Ivan 103 0~2 0~6
28~31
17~16 1~2

PLAYING NL EAST: ............................................ 30-42
Stammen, Craig 19
7~12

PLAYING NL CENTRAL: ..................................... 19-20
Strasburg, Stephen
12
7~4
Taveras, Willy
6 0~1 1~1 1~2

PLAYING NL WEST: ........................................... 15-18
Willingham, Josh
107
0~1
0~3
48~55

PLAYING AL EAST: ................................................ 2-4
Zimmerman, Ryan
138
43~64
14~17

PLAYING AL CENTRAL.: ......................................... 3-9
Zimmermann, Jordan
7
3~4

PLAYING AL WEST: ............................................... 0-0
STARTING POSITION
PLAYER
STARTS
P C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH
PLAYING
INTERLEAGUE: ..................................... 5-13
6~10

Batista, Miguel 1
1~0
PLAYING
ATL: ..................................................... 10-8
Bernadina, Roger
111 15~19 6~14 26~31
PLAYING
FLA: ..................................................... 5-13.
Chico, Matt
1
1~0
Desmond,
Ian
136
56~80
PLAYING NYM: ...................................................... 9-9
Detwiler, Ross 5
2~3
PLAYING
PHI:
..................................................... 6-12
Dunn, Adam 153
65~86
0~2
Espinosa, Danny 25
10~13
1~1

9

1~8

Olsen, Scott

15

5~10

Zimmermann, Jordan
7

3~4

Ramos, Wilson 14
4~10
PLAYING
BAL: ....................................................... 2-4
Rodriguez, Ivan 103
46~57
PLAYING
CLE: ....................................................... 1-2
Stammen, Craig 19 7~12
Strasburg, Stephen
12 8~4
PLAYING
CWS: ..................................................... 0-3
Taveras, Willy 6
0~1
2~3
PLAYING
DET: ....................................................... 0-3
Willingham, Josh 107
48~57
0~2
Zimmerman, Ryan
138
56~81
1~0
PLAYING
KCR: ...................................................... 2-1

169

MEDIA

Martin, J.D.

Maxwell, Justin
26 1~2 5~8 7~3
PLAYING
ARI: ....................................................... 4-3
Maya, Yunesky 5
0~5
PLAYING
COL: ...................................................... 3-5
Mench, Kevin 1
0~1
Mock, Garrett 1
0~1
PLAYING
LAD: ....................................................... 3-3
Morgan, Nyjer 128
58~70
PLAYING
SDP: ...................................................... 3-3
Morse, Michael 70
2~3
22~42
0~1
Nieves, Wil
42
18~24
PLAYING
SFG: ...................................................... 2-4

NATIONALS
PARK

Gonzalez, Alberto 37
1~1
2~8
8~9
3~5
PLAYING
CHI: ....................................................... 2-4
Guzman, Cristian 75
25~29
9~7
0~3
0~2
PLAYING
CIN: ....................................................... 3-4
Harris, Willie 45
1~1
5~14
12~11
0~1
PLAYING
HOU: ...................................................... 4-4
Hernandez, Livan 33 17~16
Kennedy, Adam 85
1~3
32~43
4~2
PLAYING
MIL: ....................................................... 2-4
Lannan, John 25 14~11
PLAYING
PIT: ........................................................ 5-1
Maldonado, Carlos 3
1~2
Marquis, Jason 13 4~9
PLAYING
STL: ....................................................... 3-3

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

9
1~6

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

Martin, J.D.

Maxwell, Justin 26 1~2
0~1
5~6
7~4
Maya, Yunesky 5
0~5

Mench, Kevin 1
0~1

Mock, Garrett 1
0~1
Morgan,
Nyjer
128
46~58 9~7 1~3 2~2

Morse, Michael 70 2~1 7~10
11~23 4~10 0~2

Nieves, Wil 42
1~2
17~19
0~3

Olsen, Scott 15
5~10

2010
IN REVIEW

Dunn, Adam 153
8~14
53~72
4~2
PLAYING
MONDAY: .............................................. 7-10
Espinosa, Danny 25 8~10 0~1 1~0 1~2 1~1
PLAYING
TUESDAY: ........................................... 10-13
Gonzalez, Alberto 37 1~3 1~0 0~1 1~4
10~15 1~0
PLAYING
WEDNESDAY: ..................................... 11-14
Guzman, Cristian
75 7~7
16~26
7~5
3~1
1~2
Harris,
Willie
45
0~2 2~5 0~1 0~1 8~5 5~8 3~5
PLAYING THURSDAY: .......................................... 11-8
Hernandez, Livan
33
17~14
PLAYING
FRIDAY: ............................................. 11-14
Kennedy, Adam
85
4~1 19~13
0~1
2~13
9~9
3~11
Lannan, John 25
14~10
PLAYING
SATURDAY: ........................................... 9-18
Maldonado, Carlos
3
1~2
PLAYING
SUNDAY: ............................................ 10-16
Marquis, Jason 13
4~9

PLAYERS

FACING LH STARTERS: ..................................... 17-23
2010 RECORD BY ...

FACING RH STARTERS: ..................................... 52-70

BATTING ORDER

PLAYING ON GRASS: ......................................... 69-93
PLAYER
STARTS BAT1 BAT2 BAT3 BAT4 BAT5 BAT6 BAT7 BAT8 BAT9
Atilano, Luis 16
6~7

PLAYING ON ART. TURF: ....................................... 0-0
Balester, Collin 0

Batista, Miguel 1
1~0

PLAYING DAY GAMES: ....................................... 26-31
Bernadina, Roger 111 2~8 6~8 5~3 6~16
12~13
13~12 3~3 0~1
Chico, Matt 1
1~0

PLAYING AT NIGHT: ........................................... 43-62

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

TIED AFTER 6: ...................................................11-14
TIED AFTER 7: .....................................................9-12
TIED AFTER 8: .....................................................7-11

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

LEADING AFTER 6: .............................................. 55-8
LEADING AFTER 7: .............................................. 58-4
LEADING AFTER 8: .............................................. 61-2

2010 HOME RUN BREAKDOWN
PLAYER
SOLO 2-RUN 3-RUN SLAM TOTAL
HOME ROAD
Bernadina
4 6 1 0 11
3 8
Desmond
10 0 0 0 10
8 2
Dunn
23 9 6 0 38
20 18
Espinosa
3 2 0 1 6
4 2
Guzman
1 1 0 0 2
1 1
Harris
5 4 1 0 10
7 3
Hernandez
1 0 0 0 1
0 1
Kennedy
3 0 0 0 3
0 3
Maldonado
0 0 1 0 1
0 1
Maxwell
1 1 0 1 3
1 2
Morse
12 1 2 0 15
6 9
Nieves
3 0 0 0 3
1 2
Ramos
0 1 0 0 1
1 0
Rodriguez
2 2 0 0 4
2 2
Willingham
11 3 1 1 16
11 5
Zimmerman
14 6 5 0 25
9 16
‘10 TEAM TOTALS 93 36 17 3 149
74 75
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MULTI-HOMER GAMES BY NATIONALS (15 in 2010)
Roger Bernadina (2), May 12 at NYM
Ian Desmond (2), Aug. 11 vs. FLA
Adam Dunn (3), July 7 vs. SDP
Adam Dunn (2), Apr. 23 vs. LAD
Adam Dunn (2), July 9 vs. SFG
Adam Dunn (2), Aug. 4 at ARI
Adam Dunn (2), Aug. 6 at LAD
Adam Dunn (2), Sept. 24 vs. LAD
Danny Espinosa (2), Sept. 6 vs. NYM
Michael Morse (2), July 23 at MIL
Ryan Zimmerman (2), April 30 at FLA
Ryan Zimmerman (2), May 13 at COL
Ryan Zimmerman (2), May 30 at SDP
Ryan Zimmerman (2), July 6 vs. SDP
Ryan Zimmerman (2), Aug. 5 at ARI

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GRAND SLAMS BY NATIONALS (3 in 2010)
Danny Espinosa, Sept. 6 vs. NYM off Ryota Igarashi
Justin Maxwell, Sept. 15 at NYM off Mike Minor
Josh Willingham, Apr. 11 at NYM off Jhan Santana

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BACK-TO-BACK HOMERS (3 in 2010)
Adam Kennedy/Ryan Zimmerman, May 10 at NYM (3rd inning)
Adam Dunn/Josh Willingham, June 8 vs. PIT (6th inning)
Michael Morse/Justin Maxwell, Aug. 6 at LAD (2nd inning)

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BACK-TO-BACK-TO-BACK HOMERS (0 in 2010)
LAST: Nick Johnson/Josh Willingham/Adam Dunn, July 11, 2009 at HOU (6th inning)

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PINCH-HIT HOMERS (2 in 2010)
Willie Harris, Aug. 27 vs. STL
Ryan Zimmerman, April 15 at PHI

*

FIRST-INNING LEAD-OFF HOMERS (0 in 2010)
LAST: Nyjer Morgan, July 28, 2009 at MIL off Carlos Villanueva

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EXTRA-INNING HOMERS (1 in 2010)
Josh Willingham, May 23 vs. BAL off Cla Meredith (10th inning)

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GAME-ENDING HOMERS (4 in 2010)
Adam Dunn, Sept. 28 vs. PHI off Jose Contreras (W2-1)
Josh Willingham, May 23 vs. BAL off Cla Meredith (W4-3)
Ryan Zimmerman, July 6 vs. SDP off Luke Gregerson (W6-5)
Ryan Zimmerman, July 31 vs. PHI off Brad Lidge (W7-5)

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HOME RUNS BY NATIONALS PITCHERS (1 in 2010)
Livan Hernandez, Sept. 14 at ATL off Jair Jurrjens

*

INSIDE-THE-PARK HOMERS BY NATIONALS (1 in 2010)
Willie Harris, Sept. 24 vs. ATL off Kyle Farnsworth

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CYCLES BY NATIONALS (0 in 2010)
Last: Cristian Guzman, August 28, 2008 vs. LAD (first career)

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2010 IN REVIEW

170

2010 MULTI-HIT GAMES
PLAYER

2-HIT 3-HIT 4-HIT 5-HIT

TOTAL

Bernadina......................................................24 3 0 0
Desmond........................................................33 6 3 0
Dunn..............................................................28 11 0 0
Espinosa..........................................................4 0 1 0
Gonzalez...........................................................9 0 1 0
Guzman..........................................................19 5 1 0
Harris...............................................................3 1 0 0
Hernandez........................................................1 0 0 0
Kennedy.........................................................12 1 1 0
Maldonado.......................................................1 0 0 0
Maxwell............................................................3 0 0 0
Morgan...........................................................31 3 1 0
Morse.............................................................15 2 1 0
Nieves..............................................................7 1 0 0
Ramos..............................................................2 1 0 0
Rodriguez.......................................................25 5 1 0
Stammen.........................................................2 0 0 0
Taveras............................................................3 0 0 0
Willingham.....................................................23 3 0 0
Zimmerman...................................................37 9 1 0

27
42
39
5
10
25
4
1
14
1
3
35
18
8
3
31
2
3
26
47

SINGLE-GAME FRANCHISE RECORD: 6 hits [Rondell White, 6/11/95 at SFG]

2010 MULTI-RBI GAMES
PLAYER

2-RBI 3-RBI 4-RBI 5-RBI 6-RBI

TOTAL

Bernadina......................................7 3 0 0 0
Desmond......................................14 2 0 0 0
Dunn............................................13 3 4 3 1
Espinosa........................................3 0 0 0 1
Guzman..........................................2 1 0 0 0
Harris.............................................7 1 1 0 0
Hernandez......................................1 0 0 0 0
Kennedy.........................................3 2 0 0 0
Lannan...........................................1 0 0 0 0
Maldonado.....................................0 1 0 0 0
Marquis..........................................1 0 0 0 0
Maxwell..........................................0 1 1 0 0
Morgan...........................................1 0 0 0 0
Morse.............................................3 3 1 0 0
Nieves............................................2 0 0 0 0
Ramos............................................1 0 0 0 0
Rodriguez.......................................7 3 1 0 0
Stammen.......................................0 1 0 0 0
Taveras..........................................0 0 1 0 0
Willingham.....................................9 2 0 1 0
Zimmerman.................................13 3 3 0 1

10
16
24
4
3
9
1
5
1
1
1
2
1
7
2
1
11
1
1
12
20

SINGLE-GAME FRANCHISE RECORD:
8 RBI [Chris Speier, 9/22/82 vs. PHI; Andre Dawson, 9/24/85 at CHI;
Tim Wallach, 5/13/90 at SDP; Josh Willingham, 7/27/09 at MIL]

2010 EJECTIONS
PLAYER
Jim Riggleman
Adam Dunn
Rick Eckstein
Dan Radison
Ian Desmond
Jim Riggleman
Miguel Batista
Jim Riggleman
Willie Harris
Ivan Rodriguez
Ryan Zimmerman
Jim Riggleman
Scott Olsen
Dan Radison
Nyjer Morgan
Doug Slaten
Jim Riggleman
Jim Riggleman

DATE
April 12 at PHI
April 16 vs. MIL
May 17 at STL
May 22 vs. BAL
June 4 vs. CIN
June 5 vs. CIN
June 5 vs. CIN
June 19 vs. CWS
July 18 at FLA
Aug. 17 at ATL
Aug. 18 at ATL
Aug. 18 at ATL
Aug. 28 vs. STL
Aug. 28 vs. STL
Sept. 1 at FLA
Sept. 1 at FLA
Sept. 1 at FLA
Sept. 28 vs. PHI

CAUSE FOR EJECTION (UMPIRE)
Arguing balls and strikes (Paul Schrieber)
Arguing balls and strikes (Andy Fletcher)
Arguing balls and strikes (Gerry Davis)
Arguing for balk against pitcher (Mike Winters)
Arguing out call at third base (Joe West)
Protesting def. interference call (Dan Bellino)
Intentional HBP (Joe West)
Arguing balls and strikes (Sam Holbrook)
Arguing balls and strikes (Dan Bellino)
Arguing balls and strikes (Sam Holbrook)
Throwing bat (Scott Barry)
Arguing Zimmerman ejection (Scott Barry)
Arguing runner interference call (Rob Drake)
Arguing runner interference call (Rob Drake)
Charging pitcher’s mound (Marvin Hudson)
Intentional HBP after warning (Marvin Hudson)
HBP after warning was issued (Marvin Hudson)
Arguing balls and strikes (Gary Cederstrom)

2010 IN REVIEW
COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2010 WASHINGTON NATIONALS HOME RUNS HIT

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.
NATIONALS
PARK

OPPOSING MEN
PITCHER
OPP SITE INN. ON
Arthur Rhodes
CIN CIN 9
0
Edinson Volquez
CIN CIN 3
1
Bill Bray
CIN CIN 7
0
Chris Narveson
MIL MIL 2
2

Chris Narveson
MIL MIL 4
0

Derek Lowe
ATL WAS 2
0
Takashi Saito
ATL WAS 8
0
Brad Lidge
PHI WAS 9
2
Cole Hamels
PHI WAS 6
1
Rodrigo Lopez
ARI ARI
2
0
Rodrigo Lopez
ARI ARI
3
0
Joe Saunders
ARI ARI
1
0
Ian Kennedy
ARI ARI
1
1

Ian Kennedy
ARI ARI
4
0

Esmerling Vasquez ARI ARI
8
0
Barry Enright
ARI ARI
3
0
Barry Enright
ARI ARI
5
0

Sam Demel
ARI ARI
7
0
Esmerling Vasquez ARI ARI
8
0

Clayton Kershaw
LAD LAD 1
2

Clayton Kershaw
LAD LAD 3
2

Hiroki Kuroda
LAD LAD 1
1
Ted Lilly
LAD LAD 2
0
Ted Lilly
LAD LAD 2
0
Chris Volstad
FLA WAS 3
0
Chris Volstad
FLA WAS 5
0
Jose Veras
FLA WAS 7
0
Joe Saunders
ARI WAS 2
0
Ian Kennedy
ARI WAS 2
0
Barry Enright
ARI WAS 4
1
Esmerling Vasquez ARI WAS 8
0
Derek Lowe
ATL ATL
2
0
Kyle Farnsworth
ATL ATL
9
1
Chad Durbin
PHI PHI
9
2
Ryan Franklin
STL WAS 9
1
Kyle McClellan
STL WAS 8
0
Kyle Lohse
STL WAS 5
2
Mike MacDougal
STL WAS 8
1
Adam Wainwright
STL WAS 3
1
Alejandro Sanabia
FLA FLA 3
2
Brian Sanches
FLA FLA 7
2
Jorge Sosa
FLA FLA 7
0
Zach Duke
PIT
PIT
3
0
Paul Maholm
PIT
PIT
5
1
Charlie Morton
PIT
PIT
4
0
Mike Pelfrey
NYN WAS 3
0
Ryota Igarashi
NYN WAS 6
3
Dillon Gee
NYN WAS 6
0
R.A. Dickey
NYN WAS 5
1
Jair Jurrjens
ATL ATL
2
1
Jair Jurrjens
ATL ATL
4
0
Scott Proctor
ATL ATL
9
0
Mike Minor
ATL ATL
2
3
Joe Blanton
PHI PHI
3
0
Joe Blanton
PHI PHI
6
2
Danys Baez
PHI PHI
7
0
Felipe Paulino
HOU WAS 8
1
Wandy Rodriguez
HOU WAS 4
0
Jeff Fulchino
HOU WAS 7
1
Nelson Figueroa
HOU WAS 2
0
Nelson Figueroa
HOU WAS 6
1
Gustavo Chacin
HOU WAS 7
1
Tim Hudson
ATL WAS 2
0

Tim Hudson
ATL WAS 3
1

Kyle Farnsworth
ATL WAS 7
0

Jose Contreras
PHI WAS 9
0
Pat Misch
NYM NYM 7
0
Raul Valdes
NYM NYM 6
0

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

NATIOANLS
BATTER
Willie Harris
Adam Dunn
Roger Bernadina
Mike Morse
***HR in consecutive AB
Mike Morse
***HR in consecutive AB
Ian Desmond
Adam Dunn
Ryan Zimmerman
Adam Dunn
Ivan Rodriguez
Adam Dunn
Ryan Zimmerman
Adam Dunn
***HR in consecutive AB
Adam Dunn
***HR in consecutive AB
Mike Morse
Adam Kennedy
Ryan Zimmerman
HR in consecutive AB
Roger Bernadina
Ryan Zimmerman
***HR in consecutive AB
Adam Dunn
***HR in consecutive AB
Adam Dunn
***HR in consecutive AB
Ryan Zimmerman
Mike Morse
Justin Maxwell
Ian Desmond
Adam Dunn
Ian Desmond
Wil Nieves
Ryan Zimmerman
Josh Willingham
Ryan Zimmerman
Mike Morse
Willie Harris
Roger Bernadina
Roger Bernadina
Willie Harris
Adam Dunn
Roger Bernadina
Mike Morse
Ryan Zimmerman
Adam Dunn
Wil Nieves
Danny Espinosa
Ivan Rodriguez
Adam Dunn
Danny Espinosa
Danny Espinosa
Willie Harris
Wilson Ramos
Adam Dunn
Livan Hernandez
Ian Desmond
Justin Maxwell
Willie Harris
Mike Morse
Danny Espinosa
Ivan Rodriguez
Mike Morse
Danny Espinosa
Mike Morse
Roger Bernadina
Danny Espinosa
Adam Dunn
***HR in consecutive AB
Adam Dunn
***HR in consecutive AB
Willie Harris
***Inside-the-Park HR
Adam Dunn
Mike Morse
Mike Morse

2010
IN REVIEW

# DATE
82 7/21/2010
83 7/22/2010
84 7/22/2010
85 7/23/2010

86 7/23/2010

87 7/29/2010
88 7/29/2010
89 7/31/2010
90 8/1/2010
91 8/2/2010
92 8/2/2010
93 8/3/2010
94 8/4/2010

95 8/4/2010

96 8/4/2010
97 8/5/2010
98 8/5/2010

99 8/5/2010
100 8/5/2010

101 8/6/2010

102 8/6/2010

103 8/7/2010
104 8/8/2010
105 8/8/2010
106 8/11/2010
107 8/11/2010
108 8/11/2010
109 8/13/2010
110 8/14/2010
111 8/15/2010
112 8/15/2010
113 8/19/2010
114 8/19/2010
115 8/21/2010
116 8/26/2010
117 8/27/2010
118 8/28/2010
119 8/28/2010
120 8/29/2010
121 8/30/2010
122 8/30/2010
123 9/1/2010
124 9/3/2010
125 9/4/2010
126 9/5/2010
127 9/6/2010
128 9/6/2010
129 9/7/2010
130 9/8/2010
131 9/14/2010
132 9/14/2010
133 9/14/2010
134 9/15/2010
135 9/19/2010
136 9/19/2010
137 9/19/2010
138 9/21/2010
139 9/22/2010
140 9/22/2010
141 9/23/2010
142 9/23/2010
143 9/23/2010
144 9/24/2010

145 9/24/2010

146 9/24/2010

147 9/28/2010
148 10/1/2010
149 10/2/2010

PLAYERS

MEDIA

OPPOSING MEN
PITCHER
OPP SITE INN. ON
Cole Hamels
PHI WAS 3
0
Kyle Kendrick
PHI WAS 4
1
Johan Santana
NYM NYM 1
3
Cole Hamels
PHI PHI
2
0
Danys Baez
PHI PHI
8
0
Danys Baez
PHI PHI
8
1
Yovani Gallardo
MIL WAS 6
0
Randy Wolf
MIL WAS 2
1
Aaron Cook
COL WAS 2
2
Jorge de la Rosa
COL WAS 5
1
Charlie Haeger
LAD WAS 4
0

Charlie Haeger
LAD WAS 6
1

Ryan Dempster
CHI CHI 1
0
Ryan Dempster
CHI CHI 4
0
Ricky Nolasco
FLA FLA 1
0

Ricky Nolasco
FLA FLA 3
1

Kenshin Kawakami ATL WAS 2
0
Kenshin Kawakami ATL WAS 5
0
Eric O’Flaherty
ATL WAS 6
0
Tommy Hanson
ATL WAS 2
0
Tim Hudson
ATL WAS 5
0
Tim Hudson
ATL WAS 7
0
Chris Volstad
FLA WAS 6
0
Josh Johnson
FLA WAS 4
1
Burke Badenhop
FLA WAS 7
0
Clay Hensley
FLA WAS 8
0
John Maine
NYM NYM 3
0
John Maine
NYM NYM 3
0
Jonathon Niese
NYM NYM 1
2
Mike Pelfrey
NYM NYM 4
0
Francisco Rodriguez NYM NYM 9 1
Jhoulis Chacin
COL COL 1
1
Jhoulis Chacin
COL COL 5
2
Ubaldo Jimenez
COL COL 6
0
Jason Hammel
COL COL 6
0
Chris Carpenter
STL STL 5
0
Matt Albers
BAL WAS 7
1
Brad Bergesen
BAL WAS 3
1
Cla Meredith
BAL WAS 10 0
Barry Zito
SFG SFG 1
0
Barry Zito
SFG SFG 2
0
Clayton Richard
SDP SDP 4
2
Clayton Richard
SDP SDP 7
0
Jon Garland
SDP SDP 1
0
Jon Garland
SDP SDP 6
0
Chris Sampson
HOU HOU 7
2
Chris Sampson
HOU HOU 7
2
Jeff Karstens
PIT WAS 1
0
Jeff Karstens
PIT WAS 6
1
Jeff Karstens
PIT WAS 6
0
Brad Lincoln
PIT WAS 1
1
Zach Duke
PIT WAS 4
0
Zach Duke
PIT WAS 4
0
Brendan Donnelly
PIT WAS 8
0
Fausto Carmona
CLE CLE 8
0
David Huff
CLE CLE 4
0
Tony Sipp
CLE CLE 8
1
Max Scherzer
DET DET 4
0
Justin Verlander
DET DET 1
0
Justin Verlander
DET DET 2
0
Jeremy Bonderman DET DET 7
0
Bruce Chen
KCR WAS 2
0
Bruce Chen
KCR WAS 6
0
Anthony Lerew
KCR WAS 4
0
Anthony Lerew
KCR WAS 5
0
Jeremy Guthrie
BAL BAL 4
1
Peter Moylan
ATL ATL
7
1
Jonathon Niese
NYM WAS 7
0
Hisanori Takahashi NYM WAS 6
2
Clayton Richard
SDP WAS 4
0
Clayton Richard
SDP WAS 5
0
Luke Gregerson
SDP WAS 9
0
Jon Garland
SDP WAS 1
2

Jon Garland
SDP WAS 3
0

Jon Garland
SDP WAS 6
0
Joe Thatcher
SDP WAS 8
0
Matt Cain
SFG WAS 4
0
Matt Cain
SFG WAS 7
1
Jonathan Sanchez
SFG WAS 2
0
Micah Owings
CIN CIN 6
1
Bronson Arroyo
CIN CIN 5
1

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

NATIOANLS
BATTER
Ian Desmond
Willie Harris
Josh Willingham
Josh Willingham
Adam Dunn
Ryan Zimmerman
Josh Willingham
Justin Maxwell
Willie Harris
Ryan Zimmerman
Adam Dunn
***HR in consecutive AB
Adam Dunn
***HR in consecutive AB
Adam Kennedy
Adam Dunn
Ryan Zimmerman
***HR in consecutive AB
Ryan Zimmerman
***HR in consecutive AB
Josh Willingham
Ian Desmond
Adam Dunn
Ian Desmond
Ivan Rodriguez
Adam Dunn
Ryan Zimmerman
Willie Harris
Josh Willingham
Josh Willingham
Adam Kennedy
Ryan Zimmerman
Adam Dunn
Roger Bernadina
Roger Bernadina
Ryan Zimmerman
Ryan Zimmerman
Adam Dunn
Adam Dunn
Wil Nieves
Willie Harris
Josh Willingham
Josh Willingham
Adam Dunn
Josh Willingham
Josh Willingham
Ian Desmond
Ryan Zimmerman
Ryan Zimmerman
Ryan Zimmerman
Carlos Maldonado
Ryan Zimmerman
Adam Dunn
Josh Willingham
Adam Dunn
Adam Dunn
Josh Willingham
Mike Morse
Ryan Zimmerman
Adam Dunn
Roger Bernadina
Mike Morse
Adam Dunn
Roger Bernadina
Adam Dunn
Mike Morse
Cristian Guzman
Josh Willingham
Adam Dunn
Roger Bernadina
Josh Willingham
Josh Willingham
Ryan Zimmerman
Ryan Zimmerman
Ian Desmond
Ryan Zimmerman
Adam Dunn
***HR in consecutive AB
Adam Dunn
***HR in consecutive AB
Ian Desmond
Adam Dunn
Adam Dunn
Adam Dunn
Mike Morse
Ryan Zimmerman
Cristian Guzman

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

# DATE
1 4/7/2010
2 4/8/2010
3 4/11/2010
4 4/12/2010
5 4/15/2010
6 4/15/2010
7 4/16/2010
8 4/17/2010
9 4/19/2010
10 4/20/2010
11 4/23/2010

12 4/23/2010

13 4/28/2010
14 4/28/2010
15 4/30/2010

16 4/30/2010

17 5/4/2010
18 5/4/2010
19 5/4/2010
20 5/5/2010
21 5/6/2010
22 5/6/2010
23 5/7/2010
24 5/8/2010
25 5/8/2010
26 5/9/2010
27 5/10/2010
28 5/10/2010
29 5/11/2010
30 5/12/2010
31 5/12/2010
32 5/13/2010
33 5/13/2010
34 5/15/2010
35 5/15/2010
36 5/18/2010
37 5/21/2010
38 5/22/2010
39 5/23/2010
40 5/27/2010
41 5/27/2010
42 5/28/2010
43 5/28/2010
44 5/30/2010
45 5/30/2010
46 5/31/2010
47 5/31/2010
48 6/8/2010
49 6/8/2010
50 6/8/2010
51 6/9/2010
52 6/10/2010
53 6/10/2010
54 6/10/2010
55 6/12/2010
56 6/13/2010
57 6/13/2010
58 6/15/2010
59 6/16/2010
60 6/16/2010
61 6/17/2010
62 6/21/2010
63 6/21/2010
64 6/22/2010
65 6/22/2010
66 6/27/2010
67 6/29/2010
68 7/2/2010
69 7/4/2010
70 7/6/2010
71 7/6/2010
72 7/6/2010
73 7/7/2010

74 7/7/2010

75 7/7/2010
76 7/7/2010
77 7/9/2010
78 7/9/2010
79 7/10/2010
80 7/20/2010
81 7/21/2010

171

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2010 IN REVIEW

2010 WASHINGTON NATIONALS HOME RUNS ALLOWED

# DATE
1 4/5/2010
2 4/5/2010
3 4/7/2010
4 4/9/2010
5 4/9/2010
6 4/9/2010
7 4/9/2010
8 4/11/2010
9 4/12/2010
10 4/14/2010
11 4/14/2010
12 4/14/2010
13 4/15/2010
14 4/15/2010
15 4/16/2010
16 4/18/2010
17 4/20/2010
18 4/20/2010
19 4/21/2010
20 4/22/2010
21 4/22/2010
22 4/24/2010
23 4/24/2010
24 5/1/2010
25 5/1/2010
26 5/2/2010
27 5/2/2010
28 5/4/2010
29 5/5/2010
30 5/7/2010
31 5/8/2010
32 5/9/2010
33 5/10/2010
34 5/13/2010
35 5/15/2010
36 5/15/2010
37 5/15/2010
38 5/15/2010
39 5/18/2010
40 5/18/2010
41 5/19/2010
42 5/19/2010
43 5/20/2010
44 5/21/2010
45 5/22/2010
46 5/22/2010
47 5/26/2010
48 5/27/2010
49 5/29/2010
50 5/31/2010
51 6/1/2010
52 6/2/2010
53 6/3/2010
54 6/3/2010
55 6/3/2010
56 6/6/2010
57 6/8/2010
58 6/11/2010
59 6/11/2010
60 6/11/2010
61 6/12/2010
62 6/12/2010
63 6/13/2010
64 6/15/2010
65 6/16/2010
66 6/25/2010
67 6/26/2010
68 7/4/2010
69 7/7/2010
70 7/7/2010
71 7/7/2010
72 7/8/2010
73 7/8/2010
74 7/8/2010
75 7/8/2010
76 7/9/2010
77 7/10/2010
78 7/10/2010

172

OPPOSING
BATTER
Howard
Polanco
Howard
Francoeur
Barajas
Barajas
Francoeur
Jacobs
Utley
Utley
Victorino
Utley
Utley
Victorino
McGehee
Counsell
Tulowitzki
Spilborghs
Hawpe
Olivo
Stewart
Blake
Blake
Cantu
Ramirez
Ramirez
Ramirez
Heyward
Infante
Cantu
Sanchez
Ramirez
Pagan
Olivo
Giambi
Olivo
Gonzalez
Smith
Lopez
Ludwick
Pagan
Tatis
Barajas
Jones
Jones
Wigginton
Uribe
Huff
Hundley
Chacin
Pence
Lee
Cash
Berkman
Lee
Rolen
Young
Kearns
Kearns
Hafner
Santana
Branyan
Hafner
Raburn
Boesch
Moore
Jones
Davis
Gonzalez
Denorfia
Stairs
Denorfia
Latos
Headley
Hairston
Torres
Rowand
Posey

NATIONALS MEN
PITCHER
OPP SITE INN. ON
Lannan
PHI WAS 4 1
Bergmann
PHI WAS 7 3
Marquis
PHI WAS 5 1
Mock
NYM NYM 2 0
Mock
NYM NYM 4 0
Batista
NYM NYM 6 0
Walker
NYM NYM 7 1
Bruney
NYM NYM 8 1
Marquis
PHI PHI 5 1
Stammen
PHI PHI 2 2
Bergmann
PHI PHI 5 1
Burnett
PHI PHI 6 0
Olsen
PHI PHI 1 0
Capps
PHI PHI 9 0
Lannan
MIL WAS 2 0
Batista
MIL WAS 1 3
Olsen
COL WAS 2 0
Walker
COL WAS 3 1
Lannan
COL WAS 3 0
Hernandez
COL WAS 2 0
Hernandez
COL WAS 7 0
Stammen
LAD WAS 2 1
Stammen
LAD WAS 7 0
Walker
FLA FLA 5 1
Walker
FLA FLA 7 1
Lannan
FLA FLA 3 2
Batista
FLA FLA 6 0
Hernandez
ATL WAS 4 0
Atilano
ATL WAS 2 1
Stammen
FLO WAS 7 0
Clippard
FLO WAS 7 1
Hernandez
FLO WAS 6 0
Batista
NYM NYM 9 0
Batista
COL COL 7 1
Hernandez
COL COL 2 0
Hernandez
COL COL 4 0
Atilano
COL COL 3 1
Atilano
COL COL 3 0
Lannan
STL STL 3 1
Clippard
STL STL 8 0
Hernandez
NYM WAS 4 0
Capps
NYM WAS 9 0
Walker
NYM WAS 6 1
Olsen
BAL WAS 2 1
Stammen
BAL WAS 4 1
Stammen
BAL WAS 6 1
Atilano
SFG SFN 5 0
Stammen
SFG SFN 4 0
Martin
SDP SDN 1 2
Atilano
HOU HOU 3 0
Stammen
HOU HOU 5 0
Lannan
HOU HOU 3 1
Martin
HOU HOU 2 0
Martin
HOU HOU 3 0
Capps
HOU HOU 9 1
Capps
CIN WAS 9 1
Strasburg
PIT WAS 4 1
Atilano
CLE CLE 1 2
Atilano
CLE CLE 4 0
Atilano
CLE CLE 6 0
Martin
CLE CLE 5
0
Martin
CLE CLE 8 0
Strasburg
CLE CLE 2 0
Lannan
DET DET 5 2
Hernandez
DET DET 7
2
Clippard
BAL BAL 8 1
Hernandez
BAL BAL 4 0
Stammen
NYM NYM 3 1
Martin
SDP WAS 1 0
Peralta
SDP WAS 7 0
Capps
SDP WAS 9 0
Atilano
SDP WAS 4 0
Atilano
SDP WAS 4 0
Batista
SDP WAS 7 1
Slaten
SDP WAS 9 0
Strasburg
SFG WAS 1 0
Clippard
SFG WAS 7 0
Batista
SFG WAS 9 1

# DATE
79 7/19/2010
80 7/19/2010
81 7/20/2010
82 7/23/2010
83 7/24/2010
84 7/24/2010
85 7/25/2010
86 7/25/2010
87 7/29/2010
88 7/30/2010
89 7/31/2010
90 7/31/2010
91 8/3/2010
92 8/3/2010
93 8/4/2010
94 8/6/2010
95 8/10/2010
96 8/11/2010
97 8/11/2010
98 8/12/2010
99 8/14/2010
100 8/14/2010
101 8/14/2010
102 8/14/2010
103 8/15/2010
104 8/17/2010
105 8/22/2010
106 8/23/2010
107 8/24/2010
108 8/24/2010
109 8/25/2010
110 8/25/2010
111 8/26/2010
112 8/27/2010
113 8/27/2010
114 8/28/2010
115 8/29/2010
116 8/30/2010
117 8/30/2010
118 9/1/2010
119 9/1/2010
120 9/1/2010
121 9/3/2010
122 9/4/2010
123 9/5/2010
124 9/7/2010
125 9/10/2010
126 9/12/2010
127 9/12/2010
128 9/17/2010
129 9/17/2010
130 9/18/2010
131 9/18/2010
132 9/18/2010
133 9/19/2010
134 9/20/2010
135 9/20/2010
136 9/21/2010
137 9/21/2010
138 9/24/2010
139 9/25/2010
140 9/26/2010
141 9/27/2010
142 9/28/2010
143 9/29/2010
144 9/29/2010
145 9/29/2010
146 9/29/2010
147 10/1/2010
148 10/1/2010
149 10/2/2010
150 10/2/2010
151 10/2/2010

OPPOSING
BATTER
Gomes
Cairo
Votto
Edmonds
Braun
Edmonds
Weeks
McGehee
Diaz
Werth
Ruiz
Ibanez
Drew
Reynolds
LaRoche
Ethier
Uggla
Ramirez
Stanton
Stanton
Montero
Parra
Johnson
Montero
LaRoche
Hernandez
Ibanez
DeWitt
Soriano
Colvin
Ramirez
Soriano
Pujols
Pujols
Holliday
Jay
Feliz
Ramirez
Hayes
Stanton
Davis
Maybin
Doumit
McCutchen
Alvarez
Davis
Davis
Stanton
Stanton
Werth
Ruiz
Werth
Howard
Ibanez
Werth
Blum
Quintero
Michaels
Johnson
Infante
Gonzalez
Ankiel
Werth
Ibanez
Sweeney
Francisco
Mayberry
Francisco
Davis
Thole
Duda
Wright
Carter

NATIONALS MEN
PITCHER
OPP SITE INN. ON
Martin
CIN CIN 6 0
Martin
CIN CIN 6 0
Atilano
CIN CIN 1 2
Burnett
MIL MIL 7 1
Martin
MIL MIL 1 0
Balester
MIL MIL 4 0
Detwiler
MIL MIL 4 1
Peralta
MIL MIL 7 2
Olsen
ATL WAS 4 1
Stammen
PHI WAS 7 0
Peralta
PHI WAS 6 0
Clippard
PHI WAS 7 1
Olsen
ARI ARI 3 0
Olsen
ARI ARI 4 2
Peralta
ARI ARI 8 0
Lannan
LAD LAD 4 1
Strasburg
FLA WAS 1 1
Olsen
FLA WAS 2 0
Peralta
FLA WAS 7
0
Hernandez
FLA WAS 2
1
Marquis
ARI WAS 2 1
Marquis
ARI WAS 2
0
Marquis
ARI WAS 3
0
Batista
ARI WAS 6
0
Strasburg
ARI WAS 2
0
Olsen
ATL
ATL
6
0
Stammen
PHI
PHI
7
1
Hernandez
CHI WAS 3
0
Lannan
CHI WAS 2
2
Lannan
CHI WAS 4
1
Clippard
CHI WAS 8
1
Burnett
CHI WAS 9
0
Zimmermann
STL WAS 4
0
Olsen
STL WAS 1
0
Batista
STL WAS 8
0
Hernandez
STL WAS 1
1
Storen
STL WAS 9
0
Marquis
FLA
FLA
1
0
Marquis
FLA
FLA
6
1
Stammen
FLA
FLA
2
1
Stammen
FLA
FLA
4
0
Slaten
FLA
FLA
7
0
Hernandez
PIT
PIT
4
0
Lannan
PIT
PIT
5
0
Marquis
PIT
PIT
4
0
Maya
NYM WAS 1
2
Lannan
FLA WAS 7
0
Zimmermann
FLA WAS 2
0
Zimmermann
FLO WAS 3
1
Olsen
PHI
PHI
5
0
Bisenius
PHI
PHI
8
1
Zimmermann
PHI
PHI
2
0
Zimmermann
PHI
PHI
3
1
Zimmermann
PHI
PHI
3
0
Storen
PHI
PHI
9
1
Hernandez
HOU WAS 5
2
Hernandez
HOU WAS 5
1
Lannan
HOU WAS 1
1
Storen
HOU WAS 9
0
Zimmermann
ATL WAS 5
0
Maya
ATL WAS 6
2
Hernandez
ATL WAS 5
0
Lannan
PHI WAS 2
0
Marquis
PHI WAS 4
0
Detwiler
PHI WAS 2
0
Detwiler
PHI WAS 2
0
Detwiler
PHI WAS 4
2
Detwiler
PHI WAS 5
1
Zimmermann
NYM NYM 4
0
Clippard
NYM NYM 10
0
Maya
NYM NYM 4
0
Clippard
NYM NYM 7
2
Balester
NYM NYM 8
1

2010 IN REVIEW
COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2005 NATIONALS
PINCH HITTERS
2010 WASHINGTON
NATIONALS
PINCH HITTERS

PLAYERS

H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP
1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .200
.200
1 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 .222
.100
0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 .000
.200
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
.000
7 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 4 6 0 0 1 .243
.268
4 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 .600
.455
11 2 0 1 9 0 1 1 8 15 1 0 1 .340
.351
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .000
.000
5 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 5 1 0 0 .273
.280
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
.000
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
.000
2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5 0 0 0 .214
.333
3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 0 .125
.192
3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .667
.500
5 1 1 0 6 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 1 .471
.278
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 .000
.222
1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 .143
.125
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
.000
2 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 .600
.571
1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
1.000
.250
46 12 1 2 33 3 6 2 25 57 2 1 5 .289
.280

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

AVG. APP AB R
.200 5 5 0
.111 10 9 0
.000 5 3 0
.000 1 1 0
.189 47 37 3
.400 11 10 1
.234 60 47 4
.000 2 2 0
.227 25 22 2
.000 3 3 0
.000 1 1 0
.143 18 14 1
.125 26 24 2
.500 6 6 1
.294 19 17 2
.000 9 7 0
.143 8 7 0
.000 4 4 0
.400 7 5 0
.250 4 4 1
.202 228 17

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

PLAYER
Bernadina,R
Desmond,I
Dunn,A
Espinosa,D
Gonzalez,A
Guzman,C
Harris,W
Hernandez,L
Kennedy,A
Marquis,J
Martin,J
Maxwell,J
Mench,K
Morgan,N
Morse,M
Nieves,W
Rodriguez,I
Taveras,W
Willingham,J
Zimmerman,R
TOTALS (136 G)

2010 CATCHERS’ DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

RK
1.
2.
3.
T4.
T4.
6.

PLAYER
2009
CAREER
Roger Bernadina...................................... 9 11
Josh Willingham....................................... 7 30
Justin Maxwell.......................................... 4 5
Mike Morgan............................................. 2 17
Michael Morse.......................................... 2 6
Willy Taveras............................................ 1 40
*The Nationals tallied 25 outfield assists as a team in 2010

RK
1.
T2.
T2.
T2.
T2.
T2.
T2.

PLAYER
2010
CAREER
Livan Hernandez....................................... 3 17
Tyler Clippard........................................... 1 1
Ross Detwiler........................................... 1 4
John Lannan............................................. 1 11
Joel Peralta............................................... 1 4
Doug Slaten.............................................. 1 1
Tyler Walker.............................................. 1
1
*The Nationals tallied 9 pickoffs as a team in 2010

2010 NATIONALS PITCHER PICKOFFS

NATIONALS
PARK

*The Nationals last won a game without a GWRBI on Sept. 29, 2009 vs. NYM

CATCHERS ERA
9.00 (1 ER/1.0 IP)
4.33 (491 ER/1020.0 IP)
3.16 (9 ER/25.2 IP)
4.65 (82 ER/158.2 IP)
3.96 (174 ER/395.0 IP)
4.53 (894 ER/1777.2 IP)
3.70 (79 ER/192.1 IP)
3.70 (79 ER/192.1 IP)
4.26 (418 ER/884.0 IP)
4.61 (10263 ER/20042.2 IP)

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

MOST RECENT
September 28 vs. PHI
September 5 at PIT
September 21 vs. HOU
September 26 vs. ATL
August 2 at ARI
September 23 vs. HOU
September 4 at PIT
July 27 vs. ATL
July 21 at CIN
May 6 vs. ATL
October 3 at NYM
July 29 vs. ATL
September 22 vs. HOU
August 29 vs. STL
April 10 at NYM

PB
0
8
1
11
1
11
1
1
2
124

2010 NATIONALS OUTFIELD ASSISTS

2010 NATIONALS GAME-WINNING RBI
RK PLAYER
GAME-WINNING RBI
1. Dunn........................................ 17
2. Zimmerman.............................. 14
3. Kennedy..................................... 7
T4. Desmond................................... 6
T4. Willingham................................ 6
T6. Morse........................................ 3
T6. Rodriguez.................................. 3
T8. Bernadina................................. 2
T8. Guzman..................................... 2
T8. Harris........................................ 2
T8. Maxwell..................................... 2
T8. Nieves....................................... 2
T13. Espinosa................................... 1
T13. Lannan...................................... 1
T13. Taveras...................................... 1

PCT

26%
18%
22%
18%
22%
9%
9%
31%
42%

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

CS
SBA
0
74
38
176
38
176
11
11
61
1325

2010
IN REVIEW

CATCHER
YR
STARTS (WAS W-L)
CS
BURKE:
2010
0 (0-0)
0

CAREER
107 (53-54)
19
MALDONADO: 2010
43 (18-25)
7

CAREER
196 (86-110)
39
NIEVES:
2010
43 (18-25)
7

CAREER
196 (86-110)
39
RAMOS:
2010
21 (9-12)
1

CAREER
21 (9-12)
1
RODRIGUEZ:
2010
102 (46-56)
19

CAREER 2312 (1192-1119-1) 551

MEDIA

173

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2010 IN REVIEW

2010 WASHINGTON NATIONALS HIGHS AND LOWS
Most runs, game...................................................................................................14, 8/28 vs. STL, 5/31 at HOU and 5/13 at COL.
Most runs, inning....................................................................................................9,
Most hits (9-inning game)....................................................................................16, Many Times.
Most hits (extra-inning game)..............................................................................16, 8/26 vs. STL (13 inn.).
Most doubles, game................................................................................................6,
Most home runs, game............................................................................................4,
Most extra-base hits, game....................................................................................7,
Most total bases, game.........................................................................................28, 8/4 at ARI and 6/13 at CLE.
Most walks (9-inning game)...................................................................................9,
Most walks (extra-inning game).............................................................................6,
Most strikeouts (9-inning game)...........................................................................16, 4/30 at FLA.
Most strikeouts (extra-inning game).....................................................................14, 10/1 at NYM (10 inn.).
Most runners left on base (9-inning game)...........................................................14, 8/27 vs. STL.
Most runners left on base (extra-inning game).....................................................15, 4/24 vs. LAD (13 inn.).
Fewest hits, game...................................................................................................2,

TEAM BATTING

8/28 vs. STL, 5/31 at HOU and 5/13 at COL
5/31 at HOU (7th inn.)
Many Times
8/26 vs. STL (13 inn.)
9/1 at FLA and 4/24 vs. LAD (13 inn.)
8/5 at ARI and 7/7 vs. SDP
Many Times
8/4 at ARI and 6/13 at CLE
4/15 at PHI
10/3 at NYM (14 inn.)
4/30 at FLA
10/1 at NYM (10 inn.)
8/27 vs. STL
4/24 vs. LAD (13 inn.)
9/27 vs. PHI

INDIVIDUAL BATTING

Most hits, game......................................................................................................4,
Most runs, game.....................................................................................................4,
Most doubles, game................................................................................................2,
Most home runs, game............................................................................................3,
Most extra-base hits, game....................................................................................3,
Most RBI, game.......................................................................................................6,
Most stolen bases, game........................................................................................3,
Most strikeouts, game.............................................................................................4,
Most walks, game...................................................................................................4,
Most total bases, game.........................................................................................12, Dunn [7/7 vs. SDP].
Longest hitting streak...........................................................................................10, Guzman [5/2-5/16].

Most strikeouts (9-inning game)...........................................................................17, 6/8 vs. PIT.
Most strikeouts (extra-inning game).....................................................................12, 6/18 vs. CWS [11 inn.].
Most walks (9-inning game)...................................................................................9,
Most walks (extra-inning game) ............................................................................8,
Most runs allowed, game......................................................................................16, 9/1 at FLA.
Most runs allowed, inning.....................................................................................10, 4/18 vs. MIL [first inn.].
Most hits allowed, game.......................................................................................19, 6/17 at DET.
Fewest hits allowed, game......................................................................................3,
Most home runs allowed, game...............................................................................4,

Many Players
Morgan [5/31 at HOU]
Many Players
Dunn [7/7 vs. SDP]
Many Times
Espinosa [9/6 vs. NYM], Dunn [8/6 at LAD], Zimmerman [5/13 at COL]
Morgan [7/22 at CIN]
Many Times
Maxwell [8/2 at LAD] and Zimmerman [6/1 at HOU]
Dunn [7/7 vs. SDP]
Guzman [5/2-5/16]

TEAM PITCHING

6/8 vs. PIT
6/18 vs. CWS [11 inn.]

4/5 vs. PHI
4/26 at CHI [10 inn.]
9/1 at FLA
4/18 vs. MIL [first inn.]
6/17 at DET
8/31 at FLA
7/8 vs. SDP and 4/9 at NYM

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

Most innings pitched, starter...............................................................................9.0, Hernandez [7/22 at CIN and 4/17 vs. MIL].
Most innings pitched, reliever..............................................................................5.0, Batista [4/18 vs. MIL].
Most strikeouts, starter.........................................................................................14, Strasburg [6/8 vs. PIT].
Most strikeouts, reliever..........................................................................................7,
Longest winning streak...........................................................................................6,
Longest losing streak..............................................................................................7,
Most consecutive scoreless innings, starter.......................................................20.0, Olsen [4/25-5/6].
Most consecutive scoreless innings, reliever......................................................17.0, Burnett [8/26-10/3---streak intact entering 2011].
Most runs allowed...................................................................................................9,
Most hits allowed..................................................................................................11, Many Pitchers.
Most walks allowed.................................................................................................6,
Most home runs allowed.........................................................................................4,

Hernandez [7/22 at CIN and 4/17 vs. MIL]
Batista [4/18 vs. MIL]
Strasburg [6/8 vs. PIT]
Batista [7/4 vs. NYM] and Clippard [4/10 at NYM]
Clippard [4/8-5/9]
Marquis [4/7-8/25], Burnett [5/15-8/18]
Olsen [4/25-5/6]
Burnett [8/26-10/3---streak intact entering 2011]
Olsen [9/1 at FLA]
Many Pitchers
Hernandez [6-16 at DET]
Detwiler [9/29 vs. PHI]

MEDIA

NATIONALS
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MISCELLANEOUS TEAM

Longest winning streak...........................................................................................4,
Longest losing streak..............................................................................................6,
Longest game, innings..........................................................................................14, 10/3 at NYM.
Longest game, time (9-inning game).................................................................3:53, 6/25 at BAL.
Longest game, time (extra-inning game)...........................................................4:35, 8/26 vs. STL (13 inn.).
Shortest game, time...........................................................................................2:03, 6/12 at CLE.
Largest crowd, Nationals Park.......................................................................41,290, 4/5 vs. PHI.
Smallest crowd, Nationals Park.....................................................................10,999, 9/20 vs. HOU.
Largest winning margin........................................................................................10, 9/6 vs. NYM and 5/31 at HOU (W14-4).
Largest losing margin...........................................................................................10, 4/5 vs. PHI (L1-11).
Largest deficit overcome to win...............................................................................3,
Largest lead relinquished to lose............................................................................6,
Most double plays turned........................................................................................3,
Most double plays hit into.......................................................................................4,
Most errors..............................................................................................................4,

174

9/21-9/24
6/15-6/20 and 9/7-9/13
10/3 at NYM
6/25 at BAL
8/26 vs. STL (13 inn.)
6/12 at CLE
4/5 vs. PHI
9/20 vs. HOU
9/6 vs. NYM and 5/31 at HOU (W14-4)
4/5 vs. PHI (L1-11)
Many Times
6/25 at BAL (up 6-0 after 4th, L6-7)
Many Times
8/18 at ATL
6/25 at BAL

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DATE JANUARY 2010 TRANSACTIONS
1/6 ����������� Signed RHP Matt Capps.
1/8 ����������� Outrighted LHP Victor Garate to Syracuse.
1/19 ��������� Agreed to terms on 2010 contracts with RHP Jason Bergmann, C Jesus Flores, C Wil Nieves and OF Josh Willingham, thus avoiding salary arbitration...agreed to terms with 1B/OF Chris Duncan on
minor-league contact.
1/28 ��������� Signed free-agent RHP Tyler Walker to a one-year contract...designated RHP Marco Estrada for assignment.
1/29 ��������� Agreed to terms with RHP Miguel Batista on minor-league contract.
DATE
FEBRUARY 2010 TRANSACTIONS
2/3 ����������� RHP Marco Estrada was claimed off waivers by MIL.
2/12 ��������� Signed 2B Adam Kennedy to 2-year contract.
2/15 ��������� Agreed to terms with OF Willy Taveras on minor-league contract.
2/16 ��������� Designated LHP Doug Slaten for assignment.
2/18 ��������� Outrighted LHP Doug Slaten to Syracuse.
2/19 ��������� Signed RHP Chien-Ming Wang to one-year contract...placed RHP Jordan Zimmermann on the 60-Day DL (right elbow UCL surgery).
2/24 ��������� Agreed to terms with RHP Livan Hernandez on minor-league contract.
2/25 ��������� Signed RHP Rafael Martin, formerly with Saltillo of the Mexican Summer League, to a minor-league contract.
DATE
MARCH 2010 TRANSACTIONS
3/11 ��������� Re-assigned LHP Victor Garate, RHP Logan Kensing, RHP Joel Peralta, RHP Ryan Speier, C Derek Norris and OF Jerry Owens to minor-league camp...released LHP Shawn Estes and LHP Eddie Guardado....
Agreed to terms on 2010 contracts with LHP Matt Chico, LHP Ross Detwiler, LHP Jesse English, LHP Atahualpa Severino, RHP Luis Atilano, RHP Collin Balester, RHP Juan Jaime, RHP J.D. Martin,
RHP Shairon Martis, RHP Ryan Mattheus, RHP Garrett Mock, RHP Craig Stammen, RHP Tyler Walker, RHP Jordan Zimmermann, INF Ian Desmond, INF Alberto Gonzalez, INF/OF Mike Morse, OF Roger
Bernadina and OF Elijah Dukes...renewed the contracts of RHP Tyler Clippard, LHP John Lannan, OF Justin Maxwell and OF Nyjer Morgan.
3/12 ��������� Re-assigned C Devin Ivany and INF Josh Whitesell to minor-league camp.
3/15 ��������� Optioned RHP Collin Balester and LHP Atahualpa Serverino to Syracuse, RHP Ryan Mattheus and RHP Aaron Thompson to Harrisburg, and RHP Juan Jamie to Potomac...released LHP Ron Villone.
3/17 ��������� Unconditionally released OF Elijah Dukes...released RHP Logan Kensing.
3/20 ��������� Optioned RHP Stephen Strasburg to Harrisburg...optioned LHP Matt Chico to Syracuse...re-assigned RHP Drew Storen, LHP Doug Slaten and C Jamie Burke to minor-league camp.
3/22 ��������� Optioned RHP Shairon Martis to Syracuse...re-assigned INF Pete Orr and OF Chris Duncan to minor-league camp.
3/28 ��������� Optioned OF Justin Maxwell to Syracuse.
3/31 ��������� Optioned RHP J.D. Martin to Syracuse.
DATE
APRIL 2010 TRANSACTIONS
4/1 ����������� Optioned RHP Luis Atilano to Syracuse.
4/3 ����������� Optioned LHP Scott Olsen and OF Roger Bernadina to Syracuse...re-assigned INF Eric Bruntlett and RHP Mike MacDougal to minor-league camp.
4/4 ����������� Placed LHP Ross Detwiler (hip surgery), C Jesus Flores (right shoulder surgery) and RHP Chien-Ming Wang (right shoulder surgery) on the 60-Day DL...placed C Chris Coste (right elbow strain) on
the 15-Day DL...selected the contracts of LHP Jesse English and OF Willy Taveras.
4/11 ��������� Placed OF Mike Morse on the 15-Day DL (left calf)...recalled OF Roger Bernadina from Syracuse...optioned RHP Garrett Mock to Syracuse...selected contract of RHP Livan Hernandez.
4/14 ��������� Following game, optioned OF Roger Bernadina to Syracuse.
4/15 ��������� Recalled LHP Scott Olsen and OF Justin Maxwell from Syracuse...designated RHP Jason Bergmann for assignment...voided the April 11 option of RHP Garrett Mock to Syracuse...placed Mock on the
15-Day DL (right cervical spine disc injury), retroactive to April 11.
4/21 ��������� Following game, placed RHP Jason Marquis on 15-Day DL (right elbow), retroactive to April 19.
4/23 ��������� Recalled RHP Luis Atilano from Syracuse...outrighted RHP Jason Bergmann to Syracuse.
4/27 ��������� Following game, optioned LHP Jesse English to Syracuse.
4/28 ��������� Recalled OF Roger Bernadina from Syracuse.
DATE
MAY 2010 TRANSACTIONS
5/7 ����������� Following game, optioned OF Justin Maxwell to Syracuse.
5/8 ����������� Recalled LHP Matt Chico from Harrisburg.
5/9 ����������� Designated LHP Matt Chico for assignment...selected the contract of LHP Doug Slaten from Syracuse.
5/12 ��������� Optioned LHP Matt Chico to Syracuse.
5/16 ��������� Recalled from rehab and reinstated OF Mike Morse from 15-Day DL (left calf)...designated OF Willy Taveras for assignment.
5/17 ��������� Selected RHP Drew Storen from Syracuse...designated RHP Brian Bruney for assignment.
5/21 ��������� Unconditionally released OF Willy Taveras.
5/22 ��������� Placed LHP Scott Olsen on 15-Day DL (left shoulder tightness).
5/23 ��������� Recalled OF Justin Maxwell from Syracuse.
5/24 ��������� Placed C Ivan Ridriguez on 15-Day DL.
5/25 ��������� Selected contract C Carlos Maldonado from Syracuse...unconditionally released RHP Brian Bruney.
5/28 ��������� Following game, optioned RHP Justin Maxwell to Syracuse.
5/29 ��������� Recalled RHP J.D. Martin from Syracuse.
DATE
JUNE 2010 TRANSACTIONS
6/5 ����������� Unconditionally released C Chris Coste...placed C Carlos Maldonado (right thumb fracture) on 15-Day DL, retroactive to June 4...selected C Jamie Burke from Syracuse.
6/6 ����������� Following game, optioned RHP Craig Stammen to Syracuse.
6/8 ����������� Recalled RHP Stephen Strasburg from Syracuse...Recalled from rehab and reinstated C Ivan Rodriguez from 15-Day DL (back strain) and designated C Jamie Burke for assignment.
6/21 ��������� Selected contract of RHP Joel Peralta from Syracuse...optioned LHP John Lannan to Harrisburg...transferred RHP Garrett Mock from 15-Day DL to 60-Day DL...recalled from rehab, reinstated from the
60-Day DL and optioned LHP Ross Detwiler to Harrisburg.
6/29 ��������� Recalled RHP Craig Stammen from Syracuse...placed RHP Tyler Walker on 15-Day DL (right shoulder), retroactive to June 20.
DATE
JULY 2010 TRANSACTIONS
7/1 ����������� Recalled from rehab and reinstated C Carlos Maldonado from DL...optioned C Carlos Maldonado to Syracuse.
7/9 ����������� Optioned RHP Luis Atilano to Syracuse.
7/10 ��������� Recalled OF Justin Maxwell from Syracuse.
7/19 ��������� Following game, optioned OF Justin Maxwell to Syracuse.
7/20 ��������� Recalled RHP Luis Atilano from Syracuse.
7/23 ��������� Placed RHP Luis Atilano on 15-Day DL (elbow chips, right elbow), retroactive to July 21.
7/24 ��������� Recalled RHP Collin Balester from Syracuse.
7/25 ��������� Placed RHP J.D. Martin on the 15-Day DL (low back strain)...recalled LHP Ross Detwiler from Harrisburg.
7/29 ��������� Recalled from rehab and reinstated LHP Scott Olsen from 15-Day DL.
7/30 ��������� Acquired C Wilson Ramos and LHP Joe Testa from MIN in exchange for RHP Matt Capps and cash considerations...optioned C Wilson Ramos to Syracuse and assigned LHP Joe Testa to Potomac...
recalled LHP Atahualpa Severino from Syracuse.
7/31 ��������� Acquired RHP Ryan Tatusko and RHP Tanner Roark from TEX in exchange for INF Cristian Guzman...assigned Tatusko and Roark to Harrisburg...signed RHP Yunesky Maya to a Major League contract.
DATE
AUGUST 2010 TRANSACTIONS
8/1 ����������� Recalled LHP John Lannan from Harrisburg...returned RHP Jordan Zimmerman from rehab and reinstated from 60-Day DL...optioned RHP Jordan Zimmermann to Syracuse...following game, optioned
LHP Atauhalpa Severino to Syracuse.
8/2 ����������� Recalled OF Justin Maxwell from Syracuse...transferred RHP Tyler Walker to 60-Day DL...optioned RHP Yunesky Maya to GCL Nationals.
8/3 ����������� Placed OF Nyjer Morgan on the 15-Day DL (retro to 8/4) with right hip soreness...transferred RHP J.D. Martin to the 60-Day DL.
8/4 ����������� Selected contract of OF Kevin Mench from Syracuse.
8/8 ����������� Placed LHP Ross Detwiler on 15-Day DL (retro to 8/6)...returned from rehab and reinstated RHP Jason Marquis from 60-Day DL...following game, optioned RHP Collin Balester to Syracuse.
8/10 ��������� Reinstated RHP Stephen Strasburg from DL.
8/16 ��������� Agreed to term with OF Bryce Harper on MLB Contract.
8/17 ��������� Transferred RHP Luis Atilano to the 60-Day DL.
8/18 ��������� Recalled C Wilson Ramos from Syracuse...placed C Wil Nieves on Temporary Leave List.
8/19 ��������� Returned from rehab and reinstated OF Nyjer Morgan from 15-Day DL...placed OF Josh Willingham on 15-Day DL (retro to 8/16) with left knee medial meniscus tear.
8/21 ��������� Reinstated C Wil Nieves from Temporary Leave List...optioned C Wilson Ramos to Syracuse.
8/24 ��������� Recalled RHP Collin Balester from Syracuse...placed RHP Stephen Strasburg on 15-Day DL (retro to 8/22) with right strained flexor tendon in right forearm.
8/25 ��������� Following game, optioned RHP Collin Balester to Syracuse.
8/26 ��������� Recalled RHP Jordan Zimmermann from Syracuse.

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DATE
SEPTEMBER 2010 TRANSACTIONS
9/1 ����������� Recalled C Wilson Ramos from Syracuse...selected SS Danny Espinosa from Syracuse...transferred RHP Stephen Strasburg to 60-Day DL.
9/3 ����������� Recalled from rehab and reinstated RHP Garrett Mock from 60-Day DL...optioned RHP Garrett Mock to Syracuse...transferred OF Josh Willingham to 60-Day DL.
9/5 ����������� Recalled RHP Collin Balester from Syracuse.
9/7 ����������� Recalled RHP Yunesky Maya from Syracuse...selected RHP Joe Bisenius from Syracuse...recalled from rehab and reinstated LHP Ross Detwiler from 15-Day DL...C Carlos Maldonado designated for
assignment.
9/23 ��������� Announced that President Stan Kasten would not return in 2011.
DATE
OCTOBER 2010 TRANSACTIONS
10/19 ������� Promoted Mike Rizzo to Executive Vice President and General Manager...signed Rizzo to a five-year contract.
10/26 ������� Announced that field manager Jim Riggleman will return in 2011.
DATE
NOVEMBER 2010 TRANSACTIONS
11/2 ��������� Named Bo Porter 3B coach...announced that bench coach John McLaren, hititng coach Rick Eckstein, pitching coach Steve McCatty, 1B coach Dan Radison and bullpen coach Jim Lett will return in
identical roles in 2011.
11/5 ��������� Unconditionally released RHP Tyler Walker.
11/6 ��������� Secured outright waivers on LHP Scott Olsen and LHP Jesse English...announced that Olsen has elected free agency, English became a minor-league free agent.
11/10 ������� Reinstated RHP Luis Atilano, C Jesus Flores, RHP J.D. Martin, RHP Stephen Strasburg, RHP Chien Ming-Wang and LF Josh Willingham from the 60-Day DL...secured outright waivers on RHP Joe
Bisenius, who then elected free agency.
11/19 ������� Selected the contract of 1B Chris Marrero, RHP Cole Kimball and RHP Adam Carr...announced that RHP Juan Jaime had been claimed off waivers by ARI.
11/29 ������� Named RHP Bob Schaefer Special Assistant to the General Manager.
DATE
DECEMBER 2010 TRANSACTIONS
12/3 ��������� Agreed to terms, thus avoiding salary arbitration, with C Jesus Flores and INF Alberto Gonzalez.
12/5 ��������� Signed free-agent OF Jayson Werth to a 7-year contract.
12/14 ������� Agreed to terms with OF/1B Matt Stairs on a minor-league contract and a big league Spring Training invitation.
12/16 ������� Acquired RHP Henry Rodriguez and OF Corey Brown from OAK in exchange for OF Josh WIllingham...signed free-agent RHP Chien-Ming Wang to a one-year contract.
12/17 ������� Agreed to terms with RHP Chad Gaudin on minor-league contract and Spring Training invitation.
12/20 ������� Agreed to terms with RHP Ryan Mattheus on a 2011 contract...agreed to terms with 1B Michael Aubrey, RHP Joe Bisenius, INF Brian Bixler, OF Jeff Frazier, OF Jonathan Van Every and RHP Tim Wood
on minor-league contracts with Spring Training invitations.
12/21 ������� Agreed to terms with OF Rick Ankiel on one-year contract.
12/22 ������� Assigned LHP Matt Chico outright to Syracuse of the Triple-A International League.
12/23 ������� Agreed to terms with LHP Sean Burnett on a 2-year contract extension with a mutual option for 2013, thus avoiding salary arbitration.
DATE
JANUARY 2011 TRANSACTIONS
1/7 ����������� Agreed to terms with 1B Adam LaRoche on a 2-year contract.
1/17 ��������� Agreed to terms with LHP John Lannan on a 2011 contract, thus avoiding salary arbitration.
1/18 ��������� Agreed to terms with LHP Doug Slaten and OF Michael Morse on 2011 contracts, thus avoiding salary arbitration.
1/19 ��������� Acquired LHP Tom Gorzelanny from CHI in exchange for OF Michael Burgess, RHP A.J. Morris and LHP Graham Hicks...agreed to terms with UTL Jerry Hairston Jr. on a one-year contract...unconditionally
released RHP J.D. Martin.
1/24 ��������� Agreed to terms with RHP Todd Coffey on a one-year contract.
1/27 ��������� Designated OF Justin Maxwell for assignment.
DATE
FEBRUARY 2011 TRANSACTIONS
2/2 ����������� Acquired RHP Adam Olbrychowski from NYY in exchange for OF Justin Maxwell...assigned RHP Shairon Martis outright to Syracuse...agreed to terms with RHP Cla Meredith and INF Alex Cora on
minor-league contracts with Spring Training invitations..
2/3 ����������� Agreed to terms with OF Laynce Nix on a minor-league contract with a Spring Training invitation.
2/4 ����������� Agreed to terms with RHP J.D. Martin, C Carlos Maldonado and 1B Kevin Barker on minor-league contracts with invitations to Spring Training...extended Spring Training invitations to RHP Josh Wilkie,
LHP Matt Chico, C Derek Norris and C Jhonatan Solano.

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176

PLACED GAMES
PLAYER
INJURY
15/60 DL
(RETRO)
REINSTATED
MISSED
Atilano
right elbow chips
60
7-23 / 7/21
11-10
68
Coste
right elbow
15
4-4
Released 6-5
56
Detwiler
right hip
60
4-4
6-21
70
Detwiler
right hip
15
8-8 / 8-6
9-7
30
Flores
right shoudler
60
4-4
11-10
162
Maldonado
right thumb
15
6-4
7-1
25
Marquis
right elbow
15
4-21 / 4-19
8-8
99
Martin
lower back
60
7-25
11-10
64
Mock
right cervical disk
60
4-15 / 4-11
9-3
129
Morgan
right hip
15
8-5 / 8-4
8-19
13
Morse
left calf
15
4-11
5-16
32
Olsen
left shoulder
15
5-22
7-29
58
Rodriguez
back strain
15
5-24 / 5-23
6-8
14
Strasburg
right shoulder
15
7-29 / 7-22
8-10
17
Strasburg
right forearm
60
8-24 / 8-22
11-10
39
Walker
right shoulder
60
6-29 / 6-20
11-4
93
Wang
right shoudler
60
4-4
11-10
162
Willingham
left knee
60
8-19 / 8-16
11-10
44
Zimmermann
right elbow
60
2-19
8-1
104
2010 TOTAL (19 moves, 17 players) 1279
2009 NATIONALS TEAM TOTALS ...................................................................................................................................................992
2008 NATIONALS TEAM TOTAL ...................................................................................................................................................1237
2007 NATIONALS TEAM TOTAL ...................................................................................................................................................1260
2006 NATIONALS TEAM TOTAL ...................................................................................................................................................1615
2005 NATIONALS TEAM TOTAL ...................................................................................................................................................1434
2004 EXPOS TEAM TOTAL ............................................................................................................................................................825
2003 EXPOS TEAM TOTAL ............................................................................................................................................................869

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TOT SP
PLAYER
OUTS AVG AB H 2B 3B HR RBI RBI MISP MOB BB IBB SO SH SF GIDP
Atilano,L
<2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0
Atilano,L
2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Atilano,L
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0
Bernadina,R
<2
.400 5 2 1 0 0 5 5 14 21 0 0 1 0 2 1
Bernadina,R
2
.200 5 1 0 1 0 3 2 10 15 0 0 1 0 0 0
Bernadina,R
.300 10 3 1 1 0 8 7 24 36 0 0 2 0 2 1
Desmond,I
<2
.667 6 4 0 0 0 8 8 14 21 0 0 0 0 1 0
Desmond,I
2
.400 5 2 0 0 0 3 3 10 15 0 0 1 0 0 0
Desmond,I
.545 11 6 0 0 0 11 11 24 36 0 0 1 0 1 0
Dunn,A
<2
.714 7 5 3 0 0 12 11 18 27 0 0 1 0 1 0
Dunn,A
2
.111 9 1 0 0 0 2 2 18 27 0 0 3 0 0 0
Dunn,A
.375 16 6 3 0 0 14 13 36 54 0 0 4 0 1 0
Espinosa,D
<2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Espinosa,D
2
.333 3 1 0 0 1 4 2 6 9 0 0 0 0 0 0
Espinosa,D
.333 3 1 0 0 1 4 2 6 9 0 0 0 0 0 0
Gonzalez,A
<2
.000 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 9 0 0 0 0 0 1
Gonzalez,A
2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Gonzalez,A
.000 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 9 0 0 0 0 0 1
Guzman,C
<2
1.000 3 3 1 0 0 6 5 6 9 0 0 0 0 0 0
Guzman,C
2
.500 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 4 6 0 0 1 0 0 0
Guzman,C
.800 5 4 1 0 0 7 6 10 15 0 0 1 0 0 0
Harris,W
<2
.429 7 3 1 0 0 7 7 18 27 0 0 2 0 1 0
Harris,W
2
.250 4 1 0 0 0 2 2 8 12 0 0 2 0 0 0
Harris,W
.364 11 4 1 0 0 9 9 26 39 0 0 4 0 1 0
Hernandez,L
<2
1.000 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hernandez,L
2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hernandez,L
.500 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0
Kennedy,A
<2
.000 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 10 15 0 0 2 0 1 0
Kennedy,A
2
.500 4 2 2 0 0 7 5 10 15 1 0 1 0 0 0
Kennedy,A
.250 8 2 2 0 0 8 6 20 30 1 0 3 0 1 0
Lannan,J
<2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Lannan,J
2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0
Lannan,J
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0
Maldonado,C
<2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Maldonado,C
2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Maldonado,C
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Marquis,J
<2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Marquis,J
2
1.000 1 1 1 0 0 2 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Marquis,J
.500 2 1 1 0 0 2 2 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0
Maxwell,J
<2
1.000 1 1 0 0 1 5 3 4 6 1 0 0 0 0 0
Maxwell,J
2
.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 6 0 0 2 0 0 0
Maxwell,J
.333 3 1 0 0 1 5 3 8 12 1 0 2 0 0 0
Maya,Y
<2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Maya,Y
2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0
Maya,Y
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0
Morgan,N
<2
.250 4 1 0 0 0 3 3 10 15 0 0 2 0 1 0
Morgan,N
2
.250 4 1 0 0 0 1 1 8 12 0 0 0 0 0 0
Morgan,N
.250 8 2 0 0 0 4 4 18 27 0 0 2 0 1 0
Morse,M
<2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 0
Morse,M
2
.333 6 2 0 1 0 5 4 12 18 0 0 1 0 0 0
Morse,M
.333 6 2 0 1 0 6 5 14 21 0 0 1 0 1 0
Nieves,W
<2
.000 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 9 0 0 2 0 0 1
Nieves,W
2
1.000 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nieves,W
.250 4 1 0 0 0 2 2 8 12 0 0 2 0 0 1
Olsen,S
<2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0
Olsen,S
2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0
Olsen,S
.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 6 0 0 2 0 0 0
Ramos,W
<2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ramos,W
2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ramos,W
.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0
Rodriguez,I
<2
.308 13 4 0 0 0 10 10 28 42 0 0 1 0 1 5
Rodriguez,I
2
.333 6 2 0 0 0 3 3 12 18 0 0 0 0 0 0
Rodriguez,I
.316 19 6 0 0 0 13 13 40 60 0 0 1 0 1 5
Stammen,C
<2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0
Stammen,C
2
1.000 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Stammen,C
.500 2 1 0 0 0 2 2 4 6 0 0 1 0 0 0
Strasburg,S
<2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Strasburg,S
2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Strasburg,S
.000 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Taveras,W
<2
1.000 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Taveras,W
2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Taveras,W
1.000 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Willingham,J
<2
.429 7 3 1 0 1 11 8 18 27 1 0 2 0 1 0
Willingham,J
2
.250 4 1 1 0 0 2 2 8 12 0 0 0 0 0 0
Willingham,J
.364 11 4 2 0 1 13 10 26 39 1 0 2 0 1 0
Zimmerman,R
<2
.500 2 1 0 0 0 3 3 6 9 0 0 0 0 1 1
Zimmerman,R
2
.200 5 1 0 0 0 4 4 14 21 2 0 0 0 0 0
Zimmerman,R
.286 7 2 0 0 0 7 7 20 30 2 0 0 0 1 1
NATIONALS
<2 .397 73 29 7 0 2 76 69 176 264 2 0 16 0 11 9
NATIONALS
2
.279 68 19 4 2 1 43 37 142 213 3 0 15 0 0 0
NATIONALS
.340
141 48 11 2 3 119 106 318 477 5 0 31 0 11 9

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2010 IN REVIEW

2010 WASHINGTON NATIONALS BATTING WITH RUNNERS IN SCORING POSITION

TOT SP
PLAYER
OUTS AVG AB H 2B 3B HR RBI RBI MISP MOB BB IBB SO SH SF GIDP
Atilano,L
<2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0
Atilano,L
2
.200 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 8 0 0 3 0 0 0
Atilano,L
.167 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 11 0 0 4 0 0 0
Batista,M
<2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Batista,M
2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
Batista,M
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
Bernadina,R
<2
.320 50 16 2 0 2 20 17 73 112 5 1 9 1 6 1
Bernadina,R
2
.170 53 9 1 1 1 13 10 71 101 5 0 11 0 0 0
Bernadina,R
.243
103 25 3 1 3 33 27 144 213 10 1 20 1 6 1
Clippard,T
<2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0
Clippard,T
2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0
Clippard,T
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 1 1 0 0
Desmond,I
<2
.284 67 19 3 0 0 28 28 95 133 2 1 13 7 7 3
Desmond,I
2
.268 71 19 4 2 0 25 23 89 123 6 2 21 0 0 0
Desmond,I
.275
138 38 7 2 0 53 51 184 256 8 3 34 7 7 3
Detwiler,R
<2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Detwiler,R
2
.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0
Detwiler,R
.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0
Dunn,A
<2
.256 86 22 7 0 4 44 33 119 182 10 1 28 0 4 5
Dunn,A
2
.169 71 12 2 0 4 20 12 102 135 18 9 33 0 0 0
Dunn,A
.217
157 34 9 0 8 64 45 221 317 28 10 61 0 4 5
English,J
<2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0
English,J
2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
English,J
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0
Espinosa,D
<2
.714 7 5 1 0 1 5 4 10 12 1 1 0 0 0 0
Espinosa,D
2
.091 11 1 0 0 1 4 2 16 23 2 0 4 0 0 0
Espinosa,D
.333 18 6 1 0 2 9 6 26 35 3 1 4 0 0 0
Gonzalez,A
<2
.240 25 6 0 0 0 4 4 33 48 2 0 6 0 1 4
Gonzalez,A
2
.000 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 26 2 0 4 0 0 0
Gonzalez,A
.154 39 6 0 0 0 4 4 53 74 4 0 10 0 1 4
Guzman,C
<2
.393 28 11 1 1 0 14 13 45 60 5 2 5 1 2 1
Guzman,C
2
.257 35 9 0 0 1 9 8 44 60 4 1 7 0 0 0
Guzman,C
.317 63 20 1 1 1 23 21 89 120 9 3 12 1 2 1
Harris,W
<2
.242 33 8 1 0 2 16 13 57 78 8 0 10 0 2 1
Harris,W
2
.138 29 4 0 0 1 5 4 38 53 4 0 9 0 0 0
Harris,W
.194 62 12 1 0 3 21 17 95 131 12 0 19 0 2 1
Hernandez,L
<2
.100 10 1 0 0 0 1 1 14 24 0 0 5 3 0 1
Hernandez,L
2
.200 5 1 1 0 0 1 1 7 10 1 0 0 0 0 0
Hernandez,L
.133 15 2 1 0 0 2 2 21 34 1 0 5 3 0 1
Kennedy,A
<2
.308 39 12 0 0 0 16 16 52 75 2 1 5 1 4 2
Kennedy,A
2
.171 35 6 3 0 0 10 8 55 76 9 0 4 0 0 0
Kennedy,A
.243 74 18 3 0 0 26 24 107 151 11 1 9 1 4 2
Lannan,J
<2
.000 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 6 0 0 1 0 0 0
Lannan,J
2
.222 9 2 1 0 0 3 2 13 18 2 0 5 0 0 0
Lannan,J
.154 13 2 1 0 0 4 3 18 24 2 0 6 0 0 0
Maldonado,C
<2
1.000 1 1 0 0 1 3 2 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0
Maldonado,C
2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Maldonado,C
.500 2 1 0 0 1 3 2 5 6 1 0 0 0 0 0
Marquis,J
<2
.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 6 0 0 0 1 0 0
Marquis,J
2
.333 3 1 1 0 0 2 2 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0
Marquis,J
.200 5 1 1 0 0 2 2 8 12 0 0 0 1 0 0
Martin,J
<2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 2 0 0
Martin,J
2
.000 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 5 0 0 2 0 0 0
Martin,J
.000 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 9 0 0 2 2 0 0
Maxwell,J
<2
.200 10 2 1 0 1 8 6 18 25 3 0 2 0 2 2
Maxwell,J
2
.111 9 1 0 0 0 1 1 18 23 5 2 4 0 0 0
Maxwell,J
.158 19 3 1 0 1 9 7 36 48 8 2 6 0 2 2
Maya,Y
<2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Maya,Y
2
.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 5 0 0 1 0 0 0
Maya,Y
.000 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 7 0 0 1 0 0 0
Mench,K
<2
.500 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 0
Mench,K
2
.000 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 12 0 0 2 0 0 0
Mench,K
.100 10 1 0 0 0 1 1 11 16 1 0 2 0 0 0
Mock,G
<2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0
Mock,G
2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mock,G
.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0

178

2010 IN REVIEW
COMMUNITY
RELATIONS
FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP
MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

PLAYERS
2010
IN REVIEW
HISTORY AND
RECORDS
SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

TOT SP
PLAYER
OUTS AVG AB H 2B 3B HR RBI RBI MISP MOB BB IBB SO SH SF GIDP
Morgan,N
<2
.244 41 10 2 0 0 11 11 63 80 0 0 9 6 3 2
Morgan,N
2
.231 52 12 2 0 0 12 12 67 84 4 1 7 0 0 0
Morgan,N
.237 93 22 4 0 0 23 23 130 164 4 1 16 6 3 2
Morse,M
<2
.217 23 5 0 0 1 6 4 31 42 3 0 5 0 1 1
Morse,M
2
.350 40 14 3 1 1 21 17 58 86 9 1 7 0 0 0
Morse,M
.302 63 19 3 1 2 27 21 89 128 12 1 12 0 1 1
Nieves,W
<2
.182 22 4 1 0 0 7 7 35 48 2 0 5 2 1 2
Nieves,W
2
.278 18 5 1 0 0 6 6 24 32 3 2 3 0 0 0
Nieves,W
.225 40 9 2 0 0 13 13 59 80 5 2 8 2 1 2
Olsen,S
<2
.000 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 12 0 0 5 2 0 0
Olsen,S
2
.000 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 6 0 0 1 0 0 0
Olsen,S
.000 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 18 0 0 6 2 0 0
Peralta,J
<2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Peralta,J
2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Peralta,J
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ramos,W
<2
.286 7 2 0 0 0 0 0 8 12 0 0 1 0 0 0
Ramos,W
2
.667 3 2 1 0 0 2 2 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ramos,W
.400 10 4 1 0 0 2 2 12 18 0 0 1 0 0 0
Rodriguez,I
<2
.327 55 18 2 0 0 26 24 84 121 4 1 9 2 4 12
Rodriguez,I
2
.314 51 16 1 0 0 16 16 65 94 2 1 6 0 0 0
Rodriguez,I
.321
106 34 3 0 0 42 40 149 215 6 2 15 2 4 12
Stammen,C
<2
.000 7 0 0 0 0 1 1 12 17 0 0 5 1 1 1
Stammen,C
2
.500 8 4 1 0 0 5 5 9 13 0 0 1 0 0 0
Stammen,C
.267 15 4 1 0 0 6 6 21 30 0 0 6 1 1 1
Storen,D
<2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Storen,D
2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
Storen,D
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
Strasburg,S
<2
.000 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 6 0 0 1 1 0 0
Strasburg,S
2
.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Strasburg,S
.000 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 7 9 0 0 1 1 0 0
Taveras,W
<2
.400 5 2 0 0 0 2 2 8 13 2 0 1 0 0 0
Taveras,W
2
.400 5 2 0 1 0 2 1 7 10 0 0 1 0 0 0
Taveras,W
.400 10 4 0 1 0 4 3 15 23 2 0 2 0 0 0
Walker,T
<2
.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Walker,T
2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Walker,T
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Willingham,J
<2
.298 47 14 3 0 1 23 20 86 121 18 1 12 0 4 5
Willingham,J
2
.231 52 12 3 0 2 16 12 76 110 12 2 12 0 0 0
Willingham,J
.263 99 26 6 0 3 39 32 162 231 30 3 24 0 4 5
Zimmerman,R
<2
.276 76 21 4 0 3 34 28 106 145 13 2 15 0 5 8
Zimmerman,R
2
.365 52 19 3 0 2 24 20 76 112 15 4 12 0 0 0
Zimmerman,R
.313
128 40 7 0 5 58 48 182 257 28 6 27 0 5 8
Zimmermann,J
<2
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1
Zimmermann,J
2
1.000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Zimmermann,J
.500 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 1
NATIONALS
<2 .273 659 180 28 1 16 272 237 986 1403 82 11 154 32 47 52
NATIONALS
2 .233 658 153 28 5 13 197 164 900 1255 103 25 164 0 0 0
NATIONALS .253
1317 333 56 6 29 469 401 1886 2658 185 36 318 32 47 52

NATIONALS
PARK

MEDIA
179

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2010 IN REVIEW

2010 WASHINGTON NATIONALS TEAM OFFENSIVE DAY-BY-DAY

#
DATE N
OPP @ S T D R OR AVG AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB IBB SO SB CS
GIDP LOB

1
4/5 1
PHI H G D L 1 11 .265 34 1 9 13 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 11 1 0
2 9

2
4/7 1
PHI H G N L 4 8 .271 36 4 10 17 2 1 1 4 0 1 0 5 0 9 2 0
1 11

3
4/8 1
PHI H G D W 6 5 .277 31 6 9 18 4 1 1 6 1 1 0 3 1 3 1 0
0 6

4
4/9 1
NY R G N L 2 8 .242 31 2 4 7 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 5 0 6 0 0
0 7

5
4/10
1
NY R G D W 4 3 .227 31 4 5 7 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 6 1 8 0 0
2 6

6
4/11
1
NY R G D W 5 2 .226 32 5 7 13 1 1 1 5 1 0 1 5 0 6 0 0
0 7

7
4/12
1
PHI R G D L 4 7 .218 34 4 6 12 3 0 1 4 0 0 1 2 0 9 0 0
0 6

8
4/14
1
PHI R G N L 7 14 .228 34 7 10 14 4 0 0 7 1 0 1 6 0 5 3 0
1 8

9
4/15
1
PHI R G D W 7 5 .233 33 7 9 16 1 0 2 7 1 0 0 9 0 6 4 1
2 9

10
4/16
1
MIL H G N W 5 3 .243 29 5 10 15 0 1 1 5 1 0 2 4 0 6 2 1
3 7

11
4/17
1
MIL H G D W 8 0 .250 31 8 10 17 4 0 1 8 1 1 0 4 0 4 1 0
1 5

12
4/18
1
MIL H G D L 7 11 .264 41 7 16 20 4 0 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 7 0 0
1 8

13
4/19
1
COL H G N W 5 2 .266 28 5 8 13 2 0 1 5 0 1 0 7 1 2 0 2
0 7

14
4/20
1
COL H G N L 4 10 .269 39 4 12 18 3 0 1 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 0 0
0 12

15
4/21
1
COL H G N W 6 4 .272 33 6 10 13 3 0 0 5 1 1 0 2 1 6 1 0
1 7

16
4/22
1
COL H G D L 0 2 .268 32 0 7 9 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 6 0 1
1 7

17
4/23
1
LA H G N W 5 1 .266 28 5 6 15 1 1 2 5 0 0 0 6 0 3 2 0
2 5

18
4/24
1
LA H G D L 3 4 .266 53 3 14 22 6 1 0 3 0 0 1 3 0 11 3 0
0 15

19
4/25
1
LA H G D W 1 0 .261 26 1 4 5 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 7 0 1
0 5

20
4/26
1
CHI R G N L 3 4 .261 39 3 10 11 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 4 0 0
0 8

21
4/27
1
CHI R G N W 3 1 .258 31 3 6 10 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 5 3 2
1 4

22
4/28
1
CHI R G D W 3 2 .252 31 3 4 10 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 0
0 2

23
4/30
1
FLA R G N W 7 1 .257 38 7 13 25 4 1 2 7 0 0 1 4 0 16 1 1
0 9
APRIL (23)
W-13 L-10 100 108 .257 775 100 199 320 51 11 16 99 8 6 7 89 5 156 24 9 18 170
YTD (23)

W-13 L-10 100 108 .257 775 100 199 320 51 11 16 99 8 6 7 89 5 156 24 9 18 170
24
5/1 1
FLA R G N L 1 7 .252 29 1 4 6 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 8 0 0
0 3

25
5/2 1
FLA R G D L 3 9 .250 33 3 6 10 4 0 0 3 0 0 0 5 0 11 0 1
0 8

26
5/4 1
ATL H G N W 6 3 .253 32 6 11 20 0 0 3 6 2 0 0 2 0 3 0 1
0 6

27
5/5 1
ATL H G N L 6 7 .256 39 6 12 19 4 0 1 6 2 1 0 3 0 8 0 1
0 9

28
5/6 1
ATL H G N W 3 2 .255 29 3 7 14 1 0 2 3 0 0 1 2 1 5 0 0
3 5

29
5/7 1
FLA H G N L 2 4 .253 32 2 6 9 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 6 0 0
1 5

30
5/8 1
FLA H G D W 5 4 .253 30 5 8 16 0 1 2 5 0 0 2 1 1 6 0 1
1 4

31
5/9 1
FLA H G D W 3 2 .255 28 3 9 13 1 0 1 2 2 0 1 4 0 8 1 0
3 8

32
5/10
1
NY R G N W 3 2 .257 35 3 11 19 2 0 2 3 0 0 0 5 2 7 4 0
1 10

33
5/11
1
NY R G N L 6 8 .257 35 6 9 13 1 0 1 6 1 0 0 7 1 5 0 0
0 10

34
5/12
1
NY R G D W 6 4 .258 38 6 11 19 2 0 2 6 1 0 0 5 0 9 0 0
0 11

35
5/13
1
COL R G N W 14 6 .264 37 14 16 26 4 0 2 14 1 1 0 3 1 7 0 1
0 4

36
5/15
1
COL R G D L 2 6 .263 30 2 7 11 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 5 0 2
1 4

37
5/15
1
COL R G N L 3 4 .261 34 3 7 11 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0
1 4

38
5/16
1
COL R G D L 1 2 .261 32 1 8 9 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 8 0 0
1 8

39
5/17
1
STL R G N L 2 6 .260 34 2 8 9 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 7 0 1
0 7

40
5/18
1
STL R G N L 2 3 .260 35 2 9 13 1 0 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 5 0 0
2 9

41
5/19
1
NY H G N W 5 3 .261 27 5 8 11 1 1 0 5 0 2 0 6 0 2 0 0
1 6

42
5/20
1
NY H G N L 7 10 .263 37 7 12 18 4 1 0 7 0 0 0 7 0 7 0 0
0 10

43
5/21
1
BAL H G N L 3 5 .260 32 3 5 9 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 7 0 4 0 0
0 9

44
5/22
1
BAL H G D W 7 6 .264 35 7 15 21 1 1 1 7 2 0 1 4 1 1 0 0
1 11

45
5/23
1
BAL H G D W 4 3 .265 38 4 11 16 0 1 1 4 0 0 2 1 0 10 0 0
1 9

46
5/25
1
SF R G N L 2 4 .263 28 2 4 4 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 6 0 0
0 3

47
5/26
1
SF R G N W 7 3 .262 33 7 8 11 1 1 0 7 0 1 1 5 1 12 4 0
0 6

48
5/27
1
SF R G D L 4 5 .262 31 4 8 16 2 0 2 3 2 1 0 5 1 6 1 0
2 8

49
5/28
1
SD R G N W 5 3 .261 32 5 6 13 1 0 2 5 0 0 0 2 1 7 0 0
1 2

50
5/29
1
SD R G N L 2 4 .259 31 2 5 6 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 1 12 0 0
1 5

51
5/30
1
SD R G D L 2 3 .257 38 2 7 13 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 10 0 1
1 5

52
5/31
1
HOU R G D W 14 4 .259 39 14 14 23 3 0 2 14 1 1 0 6 0 9 2 0
0 6
MAY (29)
W-13 L-16 130 132 .262 963 130 252 398 41 6 31 127 19 10 12 93 11 202 12 9 22 195
YTD (52)

W-26 L-26 230 240 .259
1738 230 451 718 92 17 47 226 27 16 19
182 16 358 36 18 40 365

53
6/1 1
HOU R G N L 7 8 .259 36 7 8 9 1 0 0 5 0 1 1 7 0 13 0 0
0 11

54
6/2 1
HOU R G N L 1 5 .258 33 1 7 9 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 13 1 1
0 10

55
6/3 1
HOU R G D L 4 6 .259 36 4 12 15 1 1 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 5 2 0
3 7

56
6/4 1
CIN H G N W 4 2 .261 34 4 12 13 1 0 0 4 1 1 0 4 0 6 0 0
0 12

57
6/5 1
CIN H G N L 1 5 .261 33 1 8 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 8 0 1
2 7

58
6/6 1
CIN H G D L 4 5 .260 38 4 9 13 4 0 0 4 1 0 0 4 1 8 2 0
0 9

59
6/8 1
PIT H G N W 5 2 .261 33 5 11 22 2 0 3 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0
1 5

60
6/9 1
PIT H G N W 7 5 .262 31 7 10 16 3 0 1 7 1 1 0 4 0 3 1 1
0 6

61
6/10
1
PIT H G N W 4 2 .263 32 4 10 20 1 0 3 3 1 0 0 4 0 6 0 0
0 9

62
6/11
1
CLE R G N L 2 7 .263 31 2 7 9 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 5 1 1
2 6

63
6/12
1
CLE R G N L 1 7 .261 28 1 3 6 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0
2 0

64
6/13
1
CLE R G D W 9 4 .263 42 9 16 28 4 1 2 9 0 0 0 3 0 7 0 0
1 9

65
6/15
1
DET R G N L 4 7 .262 33 4 7 10 0 0 1 4 0 1 1 3 1 13 2 0
0 7

66
6/16
1
DET R G N L 3 8 .262 32 3 7 13 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 11 1 1
1 3

67
6/17
1
DET R G D L 3 8 .261 36 3 8 12 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0
0 6

68
6/18
1
CWS H G N L 1 2 .259 35 1 5 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 8 0 0
2 3

69
6/19
1
CWS H G D L 0 1 .257 29 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 7 2 0
0 5

70
6/20
1
CWS H G D L 3 6 .257 35 3 8 11 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 0
1 6

71
6/21
1
KC H G N W 2 1 .256 25 2 4 10 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 5 0 6 0 1
1 5

72
6/22
1
KC H G N W 4 3 .257 34 4 11 20 3 0 2 4 0 1 0 1 0 3 1 0
0 8

73
6/23
1
KC H G D L 0 1 .256 31 0 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 9 2 0
1 6

74
6/25
1
BAL R G N L 6 7 .257 38 6 12 14 2 0 0 6 0 1 1 3 0 5 3 0
0 10

75
6/26
1
BAL R G D L 5 6 .256 30 5 7 8 1 0 0 5 3 1 1 3 1 2 1 0
0 6

76
6/27
1
BAL R G D L 3 4 .255 31 3 5 10 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 5 0 8 0 0
1 7

77
6/28
1
ATL R G N L 0 5 .254 29 0 5 6 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 8 0 1
1 8

78
6/29
1
ATL R G N W 7 2 .255 37 7 11 15 1 0 1 7 0 1 1 3 1 10 2 0
0 8

79
6/30
1
ATL R G N L 1 4 .255 32 1 8 10 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 12 0 0
2 8
JUNE (27)
W- 8 L-19 91 123 .246 894 91 220 323 35 4 20 85 11 8 10 74 6 202 21 7 21 187
YTD (79)

W-34 L-45 321 363 .255
2632 321 671
1041 127 21 67 311 38 24 29
256 22 560 57 25 61 552

180

2010 IN REVIEW

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP
MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

PLAYERS
2010
IN REVIEW
HISTORY AND
RECORDS
SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.
NATIONALS
PARK

MEDIA

181

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

#
DATE N
OPP @ S T D R OR AVG AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB IBB SO SB CS
GIDP LOB
80
7/1 1
NY H G N W 2 1 .255 32 2 9 11 2 0 0 2 2 1 0 4 0 7 0 0
0 11

81
7/2 1
NY H G N L 3 5 .255 34 3 9 14 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 9 0 1
0 5

82
7/3 1
NY H G D W 6 5 .256 36 6 11 13 2 0 0 6 0 0 0 6 1 6 1 0
0 11

83
7/4 1
NY H G D L 5 9 .257 38 5 12 18 1 1 1 5 0 0 2 2 0 12 0 0
1 10

84
7/6 1
SD H G N W 6 5 .258 35 6 11 22 2 0 3 6 0 0 0 4 0 8 1 0
0 9

85
7/7 1
SD H G N W 7 6 .258 31 7 9 22 1 0 4 7 0 0 0 3 1 5 0 0
1 3

86
7/8 1
SD H G N L 1 7 .258 33 1 8 9 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 9 0 0
2 8

87
7/9 1
SF H G N W 8 1 .259 35 8 13 25 4 1 2 7 0 0 0 3 0 8 1 0
1 6

88
7/10
1
SF H G N L 5 10 .259 33 5 8 16 5 0 1 4 0 0 0 4 1 7 2 1
0 5

89
7/11
1
SF H G D L 2 6 .259 36 2 10 10 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 4 0 8 1 0
2 13

90
7/16
1
FLA R G N W 4 0 .259 33 4 8 10 2 0 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 9 1 1
0 4

91
7/17
1
FLA R G N L 0 2 .259 37 0 11 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 0
1 10

92
7/18
1
FLA R G D L 0 1 .259 33 0 8 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 11 2 1
0 9

93
7/19
1
CIN R G N L 2 7 .258 28 2 4 4 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 7 0 4 0 0
2 8

94
7/20
1
CIN R G N L 7 8 .258 33 7 8 15 2 1 1 7 1 0 1 4 0 6 0 0
1 5

95
7/21
1
CIN R G N W 8 5 .258 33 8 9 17 2 0 2 8 2 1 1 3 0 4 0 0
0 5

96
7/22
1
CIN R G D W 7 1 .258 36 7 10 18 0 1 2 7 0 0 0 4 0 10 3 0
1 6

97
7/23
1
MIL R G N L 5 7 .258 34 5 7 15 2 0 2 5 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 0
0 3

98
7/24
1
MIL R G N L 3 4 .258 29 3 7 7 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 7 0 0
1 5

99
7/25
1
MIL R G D L 3 8 .258 36 3 9 11 2 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 10 2 0
0 7
100

7/27
1
ATL H G N W 3 0 .257 31 3 6 7 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 10 4 0
0 4
101

7/28
1
ATL H G N L 1 3 .257 32 1 7 8 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 9 0 0
1 6
102

7/29
1
ATL H G D W 5 3 .256 31 5 7 15 2 0 2 5 0 0 1 1 0 7 1 0
0 4
103

7/30
1
PHI H G N W 8 1 .257 32 8 11 17 4 1 0 7 0 2 2 4 1 5 1 1
1 8
104

7/31
1
PHI H G N W 7 5 .258 33 7 12 16 1 0 1 7 1 1 1 3 0 12 0 1
1 7
JULY (25)
W-12 L-13 108 110 .269 834 108 224 339 39 5 22 104 8 11 12 67 4 201 21 6 16 172
YTD (104)

W-46 L-58 429 473 .258
3466 429 895
1380 166 26 89 415 46 35 41
323 26 761 78 31 77 724
105

8/1 1
PHI H G D L 4 6 .258 39 4 8 13 2 0 1 4 1 0 1 1 0 13 0 0
1 5
106

8/2 1
ARI R G N W 3 1 .257 33 3 8 16 2 0 2 3 1 0 0 2 0 4 1 0
0 6
107

8/3 1
ARI R G N L 1 6 .257 30 1 5 9 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 5 0 0
3 5
108

8/4 1
ARI R G N W 7 2 .258 36 7 13 24 2 0 3 7 0 0 0 4 0 5 1 1
3 6
109

8/5 1
ARI R G N L 4 8 .258 34 4 9 22 1 0 4 4 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0
3 5
110

8/6 1
LA R G N W 6 3 .258 34 6 9 15 0 0 2 6 2 0 0 5 2 13 2 0
0 8
111

8/7 1
LA R G N L 2 3 .257 35 2 5 8 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 4 0 11 0 0
1 7
112

8/8 1
LA R G D L 3 8 .256 33 3 6 13 1 0 2 3 1 1 0 1 0 10 2 0
0 6
113

8/10
1
FLA H G N L 2 8 .255 34 2 5 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 8 0 0
0 8
114

8/11
1
FLA H G N L 5 9 .256 38 5 12 24 3 0 3 5 0 0 0 1 0 7 2 0
0 7
115

8/12
1
FLA H G N L 0 5 .255 32 0 6 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 9 0 0
1 7
116

8/13
1
ARI H G N W 4 2 .256 33 4 10 14 1 0 1 4 0 0 1 2 0 5 0 0
1 8
117

8/14
1
ARI H G N L 2 9 .255 32 2 6 10 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 7 1 0
1 6
118

8/15
1
ARI H G D W 5 3 .255 32 5 9 17 2 0 2 5 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 0
1 5
119

8/17
1
ATL R G N L 2 10 .255 34 2 7 11 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 9 0 0
0 7
120

8/18
1
ATL R G N L 2 3 .255 31 2 9 9 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 7 0 0
4 4
121

8/19
1
ATL R G D W 6 2 .255 33 6 7 14 1 0 2 6 1 0 0 3 1 10 1 0
0 4
122

8/20
1
PHI R G N L 0 1 .255 36 0 10 13 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 7 0 0
1 12
123

8/21
1
PHI R G N W 8 1 .256 38 8 12 18 1 1 1 8 0 0 0 5 0 6 1 0
1 8
124

8/22
1
PHI R G D L 0 6 .255 30 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 11 3 0
1 5
125

8/23
1
CHI H G N L 1 9 .254 30 1 3 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 6 0 0
1 4
126

8/24
1
CHI H G N L 4 5 .253 33 4 7 8 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 5 0 11 0 0
2 8
127

8/25
1
CHI H G N L 0 4 .253 28 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 10 0 0
1 4
128

8/26
1
STL H G N W 11 10 .254 49 11 16 21 2 0 1 11 1 3 1 5 0 9 0 1
0 11
129

8/27
1
STL H G N L 2 4 .254 37 2 12 19 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 6 1 9 2 1
1 14
130

8/28
1
STL H G N W 14 5 .256 38 14 16 26 4 0 2 14 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0
0 2
131

8/29
1
STL H G D W 4 2 .256 31 4 8 13 2 0 1 4 0 0 0 3 0 9 1 0
0 6
132

8/30
1
FLA R G N W 9 3 .256 38 9 11 22 3 1 2 8 0 1 0 4 2 5 1 0
1 7
133

8/31
1
FLA R G N L 0 1 .255 33 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 0 0
0 7
AUGUST (29)
W-11 L-18 111 139 .243 994 111 242 389 42 3 33 108 13 5 5 79 6 225 19 3 28 192
YTD (133)

W-57 L-76 540 612 .255
4460 540
1137
1769 208 29 122 523 59 40 46
402 32 986 97 34
105 916
134
9/1 1
FLA R G N L 10 16 .256 38 10 16 25 6 0 1 10 1 3 3 1 0 6 3 0
2 9
135

9/3 1
PIT R G N L 5 8 .256 34 5 8 14 3 0 1 4 0 0 0 5 0 11 0 0
2 7
136

9/4 1
PIT R G N W 9 2 .257 39 9 15 20 2 0 1 9 1 1 0 3 0 6 0 0
1 8
137

9/5 1
PIT R G D W 8 1 .258 37 8 11 15 1 0 1 7 1 0 0 5 0 4 0 2
0 8
138

9/6 1
NY H G D W 13 3 .258 34 13 12 22 4 0 2 13 1 1 1 8 0 5 1 0
0 8
139

9/7 1
NY H G N L 1 4 .258 29 1 4 7 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 0 6 0 0
1 5
140

9/8 1
NY H G D L 2 3 .257 33 2 6 10 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0
0 5
141

9/10
1
FLA H G N L 1 3 .257 32 1 6 8 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 5 0 1
0 8
142

9/11
1
FLA H G D L 1 4 .256 31 1 5 7 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0
1 4
143

9/12
1
FLA H G D L 5 6 .256 32 5 8 8 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 4 0 7 2 0
2 5
144

9/13
1
ATL R G N L 0 4 .255 31 0 6 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 1
1 4
145

9/14
1
ATL R G N W 6 0 .256 36 6 11 22 2 0 3 6 1 1 0 3 2 5 0 0
1 8
146

9/15
1
ATL R G D W 4 2 .255 31 4 5 9 1 0 1 4 0 0 1 2 0 11 0 0
1 3
147

9/17
1
PHI R G N L 1 9 .255 31 1 8 10 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 9 0 0
1 7
148

9/18
1
PHI R G N L 2 5 .255 33 2 7 10 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 4 0 6 0 0
1 9
149

9/19
1
PHI R G D L 6 7 .255 37 6 11 21 1 0 3 6 0 0 0 2 1 10 1 1
0 6
150

9/20
1
HOU H G N L 2 8 .255 33 2 6 7 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 10 0 0
0 8
151

9/21
1
HOU H G N W 8 4 .255 35 8 11 17 3 0 1 7 0 0 0 6 0 9 1 0
0 9
152

9/22
1
HOU H G N W 4 3 .255 30 4 8 17 1 1 2 4 1 0 1 2 0 7 0 1
0 6
153

9/23
1
HOU H G D W 7 2 .255 31 7 8 18 1 0 3 7 0 0 1 3 0 6 1 0
1 4
154

9/24
1
ATL H G N W 8 3 .256 32 8 10 19 0 0 3 7 1 1 0 7 1 7 0 0
0 9
155

9/25
1
ATL H G D L 0 5 .255 34 0 6 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 9 0 0
1 12
156

9/26
1
ATL H G D W 4 2 .255 29 4 7 7 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 7 0 14 1 1
0 8
157

9/27
1
PHI H G N L 0 8 .254 28 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0
1 1
158

9/28
1
PHI H G N W 2 1 .253 27 2 3 6 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 9 2 0
1 5
159

9/29
1
PHI H G N L 1 7 .252 30 1 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 8 0 0
0 5
SEPTEMBER (26)
W-11 L-15 110 120 .240 847 110 203 319 37 2 25 106 11 7 11 86 4 199 12 7 18 171
YTD (159)

W-68 L-91 650 732 .252
5307 650
1340
2088 245 31 147 629 70 47 57
488 36
1185
109 41
123
1087
160
10/1
1
NY R G N L 1 2 .251 33 1 3 7 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 14 0 0
0 4
161

10/2
1
NY R G D L 2 7 .251 32 2 6 11 2 0 1 2 1 0 2 7 0 9 0 0
0 13
162

10/3
1
NY R G D W 2 1 .250 46 2 6 8 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 6 0 12 1 0
2 9
YTD FINAL (162)
W-69 L-93 655 742 .250
5418 655
1355
2114 250 31 149 634 71 47 60
503 36
1220
110 41
125
1113

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2010 IN REVIEW

2010 WASHINGTON NATIONALS TEAM PITCHING DAY-BY-DAY
YTD

#
DATE N OPP @ S T D R OR ERA AP CG SHO SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IBB SO WP BK BAA

1
4/5 1
PHI H
G
D L
1 11
11.00 6 0 0 0 9.0 13 39 49 11 11 2 0 1 0 9 1 4 0 0
.333

2
4/7 1
PHI H
G
N L
4 8
9.00 5 0 0 0 9.0 11 35 45 8 7 1 0 1 1 8 1 6 1 0
.324

3
4/8 1
PHI H
G
D W
6 5
7.67 5 0 0 1 9.0 12 36 43 5 5 0 1 1 1 4 1 2 0 0
.327

4
4/9 1
NY R
G
N L
2 8
7.97 5 0 0 0 8.0 12 35 41 8 8 4 0 0 0 6 0 6 0 0
.331

5
4/10 1
NY R
G
D W
4 3
6.95 3 0 0 1 9.0 8 33 42 3 3 0 2 1 1 5 0 10 0 0
.315

6
4/11 1
NY R
G
D W
5 2
6.11 4 0 0 1 9.0 7 33 37 2 2 1 0 0 0 4 0 3 0 0
.299

7
4/12 1
PHI R
G
D L
4 7
6.20 5 0 0 0 8.0 8 32 35 7 6 1 0 0 0 3 1 3 0 0
.292

8
4/14 1
PHI R
G
N L
7 14
7.30 7 0 0 0 8.0 14 36 43 14 14 3 0 2 0 5 0 4 0 0
.305

9
4/15 1
PHI R
G
D W
7 5
7.04 4 0 0 1 9.0 9 35 41 5 5 2 1 0 0 5 1 7 0 0
.299

10
4/16 1
MIL H
G
N W
5 3
6.52 4 0 0 1 9.0 8 33 38 3 2 1 1 1 0 3 0 6 0 0
.294

11
4/17 1
MIL H
G
D W
8 0
5.91 1 1 1 0 9.0 4 31 33 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0
.280

12
4/18 1
MIL H
G
D L
7 11
6.34 5 0 0 0 9.0 11 37 46 11 11 1 0 1 3 5 0 9 1 0
.282

13
4/19 1
COL
H
G
N W
5 2
6.00 2 0 0 1 9.0 6 31 32 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0
.276

14
4/20 1
COL
H
G
N L
4 10
6.29 6 0 0 0 9.0 14 40 46 10 10 2 1 0 0 5 1 10 0 0
.282

15
4/21 1
COL
H
G
N W
6 4
6.14 3 0 0 1 9.0 13 37 42 4 4 1 1 1 0 3 0 8 0 0
.287

16
4/22 1
COL
H
G
D L
0 2
5.87 2 0 0 0 9.0 4 29 31 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 6 0 0
.279

17
4/23 1
LA H
G
N W
5 1
5.58 3 0 0 0 9.0 5 33 36 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 5 0 0
.272

18
4/24 1
LA H
G
D L
3 4
5.36 4 0 0 0
13.0 11 47 49 4 4 2 0 0 0 2 1 8 0 0
.269

19
4/25 1
LA H
G
D W
1 0
5.08 3 0 1 1 9.0 7 33 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 9 0 0
.266

20
4/26 1
CHI R
G
N L
3 4
5.01 4 0 0 0 9.1 8 33 41 4 4 0 0 0 0 8 0 5 0 0
.265

21
4/27 1
CHI R
G
N W
3 1
4.82 3 0 0 1 9.0 7 33 36 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 0 0
.263

22
4/28 1
CHI R
G
D W
3 2
4.70 4 0 0 1 9.0 9 34 40 2 2 0 1 1 0 4 0 3 0 0
.263

23
4/30 1
FLA R
G
N W
7 1
4.54 4 0 0 0 9.0 10 36 43 1 1 0 1 0 1 5 0 8 1 0
.263
APRIL (23) W-13
L-10
100 108 4.54 92 1 2 10
208.1 211 801 923 108 105 23 10 10 8 94 8 133 3 0 .263
YTD (22) W-13
L-10
100 108 4.54 92 1 2 10
208.1 211 801 923 108 105 23 10 10 8 94 8 133 3 0 .263

24
5/1 1
FLA R
G
N L
1 7
4.62 3 0 0 0 8.0 10 32 34 7 6 2 0 0 0 2 0 5 1 0
.265

25
5/2 1
FLA R
G
D L
3 9
4.81 4 0 0 0 8.0 13 35 42 9 9 2 0 0 1 6 1 5 0 0
.270

26
5/4 1
ATL H
G
N W
6 3
4.71 5 0 0 1 9.0 8 34 41 3 2 1 0 1 0 6 1 5 1 0
.268

27
5/5 1
ATL H
G
N L
6 7
4.77 5 0 0 0
10.0 10 36 44 7 7 1 2 0 0 6 1 7 0 0
.269

28
5/6 1
ATL H
G
N W
3 2
4.64 2 0 0 0 9.0 4 29 33 2 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 8 0 0
.265

29
5/7 1
FLA H
G
N L
2 4
4.55 4 0 0 0 9.0 7 31 37 4 2 1 1 1 0 4 1 9 0 0
.264

30
5/8 1
FLA H
G
D W
5 4
4.53 5 0 0 1 9.0 7 35 37 4 4 1 0 0 1 1 0 7 1 0
.261

31
5/9 1
FLA H
G
D W
3 2
4.45 4 0 0 1 9.0 7 33 36 2 2 1 0 1 0 2 0 4 0 0
.260

32
5/10 1
NY R
G
N W
3 2
4.37 6 0 0 1 9.0 12 37 40 2 2 1 1 0 0 2 0 11 1 0
.262

33
5/11 1
NY R
G
N L
6 8
4.46 6 0 0 0 8.0 16 37 42 8 7 0 0 1 0 4 1 4 0 0
.268

34
5/12 1
NY R
G
D W
6 4
4.45 5 0 0 1 9.0 8 34 39 4 4 0 0 1 0 4 1 6 0 0
.267

35
5/13 1
COL
R
G
N W
14 6
4.51 4 0 0 0 8.0 10 33 39 6 6 1 0 0 0 6 0 5 0 0
.268

36
5/15 1
COL
R
G
D L
2 6
4.57 3 0 0 0 8.0 10 33 36 6 6 2 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0
.269

37
5/15 1
COL
R
G
N L
3 4
4.54 3 0 0 0 8.0 6 28 34 4 3 2 2 0 0 4 0 5 1 1
.267

38
5/16 1
COL
R
G
D L
1 2
4.48 2 0 0 0 8.0 6 26 31 2 2 0 1 2 0 2 0 3 0 0
.267

39
5/17 1
STL R
G
N L
2 6
4.53 4 0 0 0 8.0 9 31 36 6 6 0 1 0 1 3 0 6 0 0
.267

40
5/18 1
STL R
G
N L
2 3
4.51 3 0 0 0 8.0 6 27 32 3 3 2 1 0 0 4 0 2 0 0
.266

41
5/19 1
NY H
G
N W
5 3
4.47 4 0 0 1 9.0 5 31 36 3 3 2 1 1 0 3 0 4 0 0
.264

42
5/20 1
NY H
G
N L
7 10
4.56 4 0 0 0 9.0 15 39 46 10 8 1 1 2 0 4 2 3 0 0
.267

43
5/21 1
BAL
H
G
N L
3 5
4.57 4 0 0 0 9.0 9 34 41 5 5 1 1 0 0 6 1 4 1 0
.267

44
5/22 1
BAL
H
G
D W
7 6
4.55 5 0 0 1 9.0 10 36 36 6 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 0
.267

45
5/23 1
BAL
H
G
D W
4 3
4.51 6 0 0 0
10.0 6 35 39 3 3 0 0 0 0 4 0 6 0 0
.265

46
5/25 1
SF R
G
N L
2 4
4.51 4 0 0 0 8.0 9 31 35 4 4 0 2 0 0 2 1 6 0 0
.266

47
5/26 1
SF R
G
N W
7 3
4.45 4 0 0 0 9.0 7 32 34 3 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 4 0 0
.265

48
5/27 1
SF R
G
D L
4 5
4.45 4 0 0 0 8.0 9 31 35 5 4 1 0 0 0 4 0 1 1 0
.265

49
5/28 1
SD R
G
N W
5 3
4.40 3 0 0 1 9.0 12 38 38 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0
.266

50
5/29 1
SD R
G
N L
2 4
4.34 2 0 0 0 8.0 4 29 30 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 0
.264

51
5/30 1
SD R
G
D L
2 3
4.28 6 0 0 0
10.2 11 40 45 3 2 0 2 0 0 3 1 9 0 0
.264

52
5/31 1
HOU
R
G
D W
14 4
4.26 2 0 0 0 9.0 7 34 39 4 3 1 0 0 1 4 0 2 0 0
.263
MAY (29) W-13 L- 6
130 132 4.03 116 0 0 8 252.2 253 961 1087 132 113 27 18 10 4 94 11 153 8 1 .263
YTD (52)
W-26
L-26
230 240 4.26 208 1 2 18
461.0 464 1762 2010 240 218 50 28 20 12 188 19 286 11 1 .263

53
6/1 1
HOU
R
G
N L
7 8
4.29 6 0 0 0 8.2 15 39 48 8 6 1 2 1 0 6 2 5 1 0
.266

54
6/2 1
HOU
R
G
N L
1 5
4.26 2 0 0 0 8.0 9 34 36 5 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0
.266

55
6/3 1
HOU
R
G
D L
4 6
4.22 4 0 0 0 8.2 11 38 40 6 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0
.266

56
6/4 1
CIN H
G
N W
4 2
4.18 4 0 0 1 9.0 12 35 40 2 2 0 1 0 0 4 0 7 0 1
.268

57
6/5 1
CIN H
G
N L
1 5
4.16 5 0 0 0 9.0 10 37 40 5 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 7 1 0
.268

58
6/6 1
CIN H
G
D L
4 5
4.16 6 0 0 0
10.0 14 42 45 5 5 1 2 0 0 1 0 5 0 0
.269

59
6/8 1
PIT H
G
N W
5 2
4.13 3 0 0 1 9.0 5 31 31 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 0
.268

60
6/9 1
PIT H
G
N W
7 5
4.13 5 0 0 1 9.0 12 37 42 5 4 0 0 0 0 5 1 3 0 0
.269

61
6/10 1
PIT H
G
N W
4 2
4.09 3 0 0 1 9.0 8 32 36 2 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 6 0 0
.268

62
6/11 1
CLE
R
G
N L
2 7
4.10 3 0 0 0 8.0 9 33 38 7 4 3 1 0 1 3 0 3 1 0
.268

63
6/12 1
CLE
R
G
N L
1 7
4.13 2 0 0 0 8.0 9 31 34 7 6 2 0 2 1 0 0 3 0 0
.269

64
6/13 1
CLE
R
G
D W
9 4
4.13 5 0 0 0 9.0 7 34 40 4 4 1 0 0 0 6 0 10 0 0
.268

65
6/15 1
DET
R
G
N L
4 7
4.17 3 0 0 0 8.0 12 37 42 7 6 1 0 1 0 4 1 3 0 0
.269

66
6/16 1
DET
R
G
N L
3 8
4.23 3 0 0 0 8.0 7 30 38 8 8 1 1 1 0 6 0 3 0 0
.268

67
6/17 1
DET
R
G
D L
3 8
4.30 5 0 0 0 8.0 19 40 42 8 8 0 1 0 0 1 1 4 1 0
.272

68
6/18 1
CWS
H
G
N L
1 2
4.25 4 0 0 0
11.0 6 37 41 2 2 0 2 0 0 2 1 12 0 0
.270

69
6/19 1
CWS
H
G
D L
0 1
4.20 4 0 0 0 9.0 9 34 36 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 9 0 0
.270

70
6/20 1
CWS
H
G
D L
3 6
4.23 3 0 0 0 9.0 15 39 40 6 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0
.272

71
6/21 1
KC H
G
N W
2 1
4.18 3 0 0 1 9.0 11 33 36 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 9 0 0
.273

72
6/22 1
KC H
G
N W
4 3
4.17 5 0 0 1 9.0 11 35 38 3 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 5 0 0
.273

73
6/23 1
KC H
G
D L
0 1
4.12 3 0 0 0 9.0 9 36 37 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 0 0
.273

74
6/25 1
BAL
R
G
N L
6 7
4.11 7 0 0 0 8.2 13 38 44 7 3 1 0 1 0 5 1 4 1 0
.274

75
6/26 1
BAL
R
G
D L
5 6
4.14 4 0 0 0 8.0 14 38 40 6 6 1 0 0 0 2 1 8 1 0
.275

76
6/27 1
BAL
R
G
D L
3 4
4.13 2 0 0 0 8.0 8 30 31 4 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0
.275

77
6/28 1
ATL R
G
N L
0 5
4.12 4 0 0 0 8.0 8 28 33 5 3 0 0 2 0 3 0 9 0 0
.275

78
6/29 1
ATL R
G
N W
7 2
4.09 3 0 0 0 9.0 5 31 34 2 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 6 0 0
.274

79
6/30 1
ATL R
G
N L
1 4
4.10 5 0 0 0 8.0 7 29 37 4 4 0 0 1 3 4 0 4 0 0
.274
JUNE (27) W- 8 L-19 91 123 3.79 106 0 0 6 235.0 275 938 1039 123 99 17 17 11 7 66 9 169 6 1 .293
YTD (79)
W-34
L-45
321 363 4.10 314 1 2 24
696.0 739 2700 3049 363 317 67 45 31 19 254 28 455 17 2 .274

182

2010 IN REVIEW

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP
MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

PLAYERS
2010
IN REVIEW
HISTORY AND
RECORDS
SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.
NATIONALS
PARK

MEDIA

183

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

YTD

#
DATE N OPP @ S T D R OR ERA AP CG SHO SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IBB SO WP BK BAA

80
7/1 1
NY H
G
N W
2 1
4.06 3 0 0 0 9.0 8 33 35 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 9 0 0
.273

81
7/2 1
NY H
G
N L
3 5
4.07 5 0 0 0 9.0 8 36 39 5 5 0 0 0 1 2 0 9 0 0
.273

82
7/3 1
NY H
G
D W
6 5
4.08 5 0 0 0 9.0 8 35 41 5 5 0 0 1 0 5 1 9 0 0
.272

83
7/4 1
NY H
G
D L
5 9
4.14 5 0 0 0 9.0 14 40 47 9 9 1 1 0 1 5 3 14 0 0
.273

84
7/6 1
SD H
G
N W
6 5
4.14 4 0 0 0 9.0 13 36 40 5 4 0 0 2 0 2 1 4 1 0
.274

85
7/7 1
SD H
G
N W
7 6
4.16 5 0 0 1 9.0 13 39 41 6 6 3 1 0 0 1 0 5 0 0
.275

86
7/8 1
SD H
G
N L
1 7
4.20 4 0 0 0 9.0 11 36 38 7 7 4 0 0 0 2 1 5 0 0
.275

87
7/9 1
SF H
G
N W
8 1
4.16 4 0 0 0 9.0 4 31 32 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 11 0 0
.274

88
7/10 1
SF H
G
N L
5 10
4.23 6 0 0 0 9.0 11 34 43 10 10 2 0 1 1 7 1 8 0 0
.275

89
7/11 1
SF H
G
D L
2 6
4.25 5 0 0 0 9.0 7 32 37 6 6 0 1 1 0 3 0 7 0 0
.274

90
7/16 1
FLA R
G
N W
4 0
4.20 3 0 1 0 9.0 4 29 35 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 8 1 0
.273

91
7/17 1
FLA R
G
N L
0 2
4.17 2 0 0 0 8.0 4 28 30 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 7 0 0
.271

92
7/18 1
FLA R
G
D L
0 1
4.14 2 0 0 0 8.0 6 31 35 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 1 8 0 0
.271

93
7/19 1
CIN R
G
N L
2 7
4.18 5 0 0 0 8.0 10 32 35 7 7 2 0 0 0 3 0 4 0 0
.271

94
7/20 1
CIN R
G
N L
7 8
4.21 4 0 0 0 8.0 9 33 37 8 7 1 0 0 0 4 0 5 0 0
.271

95
7/21 1
CIN R
G
N W
8 5
4.22 5 0 0 1 9.0 10 36 41 5 5 0 0 0 0 5 0 12 1 0
.271

96
7/22 1
CIN R
G
D W
7 1
4.19 1 1 0 0 9.0 7 33 33 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0
.271

97
7/23 1
MIL R
G
N L
5 7
4.22 4 0 0 0 8.0 9 31 36 7 7 1 1 1 0 3 0 6 0 0
.271

98
7/24 1
MIL R
G
N L
3 4
4.22 6 0 0 0 8.1 11 34 39 4 4 2 0 0 1 4 1 9 0 0
.271

99
7/25 1
MIL R
G
D L
3 8
4.21 4 0 0 0 8.0 7 33 37 8 3 2 0 0 0 4 2 6 1 0
.271
100

7/27 1
ATL H
G
N W
3 0
4.17 4 0 1 1 9.0 5 30 33 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 10 0 0
.270
101

7/28 1
ATL H
G
N L
1 3
4.16 4 0 0 0 9.0 8 34 39 3 3 0 0 1 0 4 0 9 0 0
.269
102

7/29 1
ATL H
G
D W
5 3
4.14 4 0 0 1 9.0 6 33 36 3 2 1 0 0 0 3 1 3 0 0
.269
103

7/30 1
PHI H
G
N W
8 1
4.11 3 0 0 0 9.0 6 33 35 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 8 0 0
.268
104

7/31 1
PHI H
G
N W
7 5
4.11 7 0 0 0 9.0 11 37 44 5 5 2 1 0 0 6 0 4 0 0
.268
JULY (25) W-12
L-13
108
110
4.16
104 1 2 4
218.1
210 839 938 110 101 23 9 7 5 78 12
185 4 0
.250
YTD (104)
W-46
L-58
429 473 4.11 418 2 4 28
914.1 949 3539 3987 473 418 90 54 38 24 332 40 640 21 2 .268
105
8/1 1
PHI H
G
D L
4 6
4.12 5 0 0 0
11.0 12 44 50 6 6 0 2 0 1 3 1 6 0 0
.268
106

8/2 1
ARI R
G
N W
3 1
4.09 2 0 0 1 9.0 5 32 33 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 0 0
.267
107

8/3 1
ARI R
G
N L
1 6
4.12 3 0 0 0 8.0 9 29 35 6 6 2 1 1 1 3 0 6 0 0
.268
108

8/4 1
ARI R
G
N W
7 2
4.10 5 0 0 0 9.0 9 32 38 2 2 1 0 1 0 5 0 11 0 0
.268
109

8/5 1
ARI R
G
N L
4 8
4.10 4 0 0 0 8.0 13 36 40 8 4 0 0 1 0 3 0 12 1 0
.269
110

8/6 1
LA R
G
N W
6 3
4.08 4 0 0 1 9.0 5 31 35 3 2 1 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 0
.268
111

8/7 1
LA R
G
N L
2 3
4.06 4 0 0 0 9.1 7 33 40 3 2 0 1 1 0 5 2 5 0 0
.267
112

8/8 1
LA R
G
D L
3 8
4.07 5 0 0 0 8.0 10 29 37 8 5 0 3 0 1 4 0 8 0 0
.268
113

8/10 1
FLA H
G
N L
2 8
4.11 4 0 0 0 9.0 11 36 43 8 8 1 0 0 0 7 1 10 0 0
.268
114

8/11 1
FLA H
G
N L
5 9
4.14 4 0 0 0 9.0 13 39 44 9 8 2 0 0 0 5 1 10 2 0
.269
115

8/12 1
FLA H
G
N L
0 5
4.15 4 0 0 0 9.0 10 35 42 5 5 1 0 0 0 7 0 9 1 0
.269
116

8/13 1
ARI H
G
N W
4 2
4.13 2 0 0 1 9.0 4 28 31 2 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 9 0 0
.268
117

8/14 1
ARI H
G
N L
2 9
4.17 5 0 0 0 9.0 14 38 41 9 9 4 0 1 0 2 0 6 0 0
.269
118

8/15 1
ARI H
G
D W
5 3
4.15 4 0 0 1 9.0 7 34 35 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 12 0 0
.268
119

8/17 1
ATL R
G
N L
2 10
4.17 4 0 0 0 8.0 12 37 42 10 7 1 0 0 1 4 1 8 0 0
.269
120

8/18 1
ATL R
G
N L
2 3
4.17 3 0 0 0 8.2 11 34 38 3 3 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 0 0
.269
121

8/19 1
ATL R
G
D W
6 2
4.15 5 0 0 0 9.0 7 32 35 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 9 0 0
.269
122

8/20 1
PHI R
G
N L
0 1
4.13 3 0 0 0 8.0 4 28 32 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 0 0
.268
123

8/21 1
PHI R
G
N W
8 1
4.10 5 0 0 0 9.0 4 32 34 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 10 0 0
.267
124

8/22 1
PHI R
G
D L
0 6
4.12 3 0 0 0 8.0 12 33 37 6 6 1 0 1 0 3 1 4 0 0
.268
125

8/23 1
CHI H
G
N L
1 9
4.16 6 0 0 0 9.0 15 39 48 9 9 1 0 1 2 6 1 10 0 0
.269
126

8/24 1
CHI H
G
N L
4 5
4.16 4 0 0 0 9.0 8 34 34 5 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0
.269
127

8/25 1
CHI H
G
N L
0 4
4.16 4 0 0 0 9.0 7 32 36 4 4 2 1 0 0 3 0 4 0 1
.268
128

8/26 1
STL H
G
N W
11 10
4.19 8 0 0 0
13.0 14 51 58 10 10 1 0 0 2 5 3 11 1 0
.268
129

8/27 1
STL H
G
N L
2 4
4.17 3 0 0 0 9.0 7 33 35 4 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 7 0 0
.268
130

8/28 1
STL H
G
N W
14 5
4.18 3 0 0 0 9.0 9 34 36 5 5 1 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 0
.268
131

8/29 1
STL H
G
D W
4 2
4.16 2 0 0 1 9.0 9 35 35 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0
.268
132

8/30 1
FLA R
G
N W
9 3
4.15 4 0 0 0 9.0 8 33 38 3 3 2 0 0 1 4 0 10 0 0
.268
133

8/31 1
FLA R
G
N L
0 1
4.13 4 0 0 0 9.1 3 30 32 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 11 0 0
.267
AUGUST (29) W-11 L-18
111 139 4.17 116 0 0 5 261.1 259 993 1114 139 121 27 10 8 10 93 12 222 5 1 .261
1208 4532 5101 612 539 117 64 46 34 425 52 862 26 3 .267
YTD (133) W-57 L-76 540 612 4.13 534 2
4 33 1175.2
134
9/1 1
FLA R
G
N L
10 16
4.22 5 0 0 0 8.0 15 39 45 16 16 3 0 0 1 5 1 9 1 0
.268
135

9/3 1
PIT R
G
N L
5 8
4.25 4 0 0 0 8.0 11 32 37 8 8 1 1 1 0 3 0 7 0 0
.268
136

9/4 1
PIT R
G
N W
9 2
4.24 3 0 0 0 9.0 9 38 39 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 0
.268
137

9/5 1
PIT R
G
D W
8 1
4.21 3 0 0 0 9.0 11 38 39 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0
.268
138

9/6 1
NY H
G
D W
13 3
4.19 3 0 0 0 9.0 3 29 36 3 1 0 0 1 0 6 1 7 0 0
.267
139

9/7 1
NY H
G
N L
1 4
4.19 3 0 0 0 9.0 6 31 33 4 4 1 0 0 0 2 0 8 0 0
.267
140

9/8 1
NY H
G
D L
2 3
4.18 4 0 0 0 9.0 8 33 37 3 3 0 1 1 0 2 0 7 0 0
.266
141

9/10 1
FLA H
G
N L
1 3
4.17 5 0 0 0 9.0 12 36 40 3 3 1 0 1 0 3 0 7 0 0
.267
142

9/11 1
FLA H
G
D L
1 4
4.16 5 0 0 0 9.0 8 36 38 4 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 14 2 0
.267
143

9/12 1
FLA H
G
D L
5 6
4.17 6 0 0 0 9.0 11 37 45 6 5 2 1 0 1 6 0 7 0 0
.267
144

9/13 1
ATL R
G
N L
0 4
4.17 2 0 0 0 8.0 5 29 34 4 4 0 0 0 1 4 0 3 0 2
.266
145

9/14 1
ATL R
G
N W
6 0
4.14 2 0 1 0 9.0 5 30 34 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 9 0 0
.266
146

9/15 1
ATL R
G
D W
4 2
4.12 4 0 0 1 9.0 10 32 36 2 2 0 1 0 0 3 0 9 0 0
.266
147

9/17 1
PHI R
G
N L
1 9
4.15 5 0 0 0 8.0 10 33 38 9 8 2 0 0 1 4 0 1 0 0
.266
148

9/18 1
PHI R
G
N L
2 5
4.16 5 0 0 0 8.0 12 34 38 5 5 3 0 0 0 4 0 3 1 0
.267
149

9/19 1
PHI R
G
D L
6 7
4.19 6 0 0 0 8.0 14 38 41 7 7 1 0 0 1 2 1 7 0 1
.267
150

9/20 1
HOU
H
G
N L
2 8
4.18 4 0 0 0 9.0 11 37 40 8 4 2 1 0 0 2 0 7 0 0
.268
151

9/21 1
HOU
H
G
N W
8 4
4.18 4 0 0 0 9.0 7 32 36 4 4 2 0 0 0 4 0 6 0 1
.267
152

9/22 1
HOU
H
G
N W
4 3
4.18 5 0 0 1 9.0 9 33 37 3 3 0 0 0 1 3 0 7 0 0
.267
153

9/23 1
HOU
H
G
D W
7 2
4.16 4 0 0 0 9.0 10 33 38 2 2 0 1 0 1 3 0 2 0 0
.268
154

9/24 1
ATL H
G
N W
8 3
4.15 5 0 0 0 9.0 6 34 36 3 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 14 0 0
.267
155

9/25 1
ATL H
G
D L
0 5
4.15 4 0 0 0 9.0 9 33 41 5 4 1 1 0 0 7 0 8 1 0
.267
156

9/26 1
ATL H
G
D W
4 2
4.13 3 0 0 1 9.0 7 33 35 2 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 8 0 0
.267
157

9/27 1
PHI H
G
N L
0 8
4.16 5 0 0 0 9.0 12 37 42 8 8 1 0 0 1 4 1 7 1 0
.267
158

9/28 1
PHI H
G
N W
2 1
4.14 3 0 0 0 9.0 9 35 37 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 11 0 0
.267
159

9/29 1
PHI H
G
N L
1 7
4.15 5 0 0 0 9.0 8 33 36 7 7 4 1 0 0 2 0 4 0 0
.267
SEPT. (26) W-11
L-15
110
120
4.30
107 0 1 3
228.0
238 885 988 120 109 29 8 4 11 80 4
185 6 4
.269
YTD (159) W-68 L-91 650 732 4.15 641 2
5 36 1403.2
1446 5417 6089 732 648 146 72 50 45 505 56
1047 32 7 .267
160
10/1 1
NY R
G
N L
1 2
4.14 5 0 0 0 9.1 4 33 34 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 0
.266
161

10/2 1
NY R
G
D L
2 7
4.16 4 0 0 0 8.0 11 33 38 7 7 3 1 1 0 3 0 8 1 0
.266
162

10/3 1
NY R
G
D W
2 1
4.13 6 0 0 1
14.0 8 46 53 1 1 0 3 0 1 3 1 7 0 0
.266
YTD (162) W-69 L-93 655 742 4.13 656 2
5 37 1435.0
1469 5529 6214 742 658 151 76 51 46 512 57
1068 33 7 .266

MEDIA

NATIONALS
PARK

SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

HISTORY AND
RECORDS

2010
IN REVIEW

PLAYERS

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

COMMUNITY
RELATIONS

2010 IN REVIEW

2010 WASHINGTON NATIONALS TEAM STARTING PITCHERS DAY-BY-DAY

DATE OPP. (RES.)
STARTER
4/5 PHI (L1-11) Lannan
4/7 PHI (L4-8) Marquis
4/8 PHI (W6-5) Stammen
4/9 at NYM (L2-8)
Mock
4/10
at NYM (W4-3) Lannan
4/11
at NYM (W5-2) Hernandez
4/12
at PHI (L4-7) Marquis
4/14
at PHI (L7-14) Stammen
4/15
at PHI (W7-5) Olsen
4/16
MIL (W5-3) Lannan
4/17
MIL (W8-0) Hernandez
4/18
MIL (L7-11) Marquis
4/19
COL (W5-2) Stammen
4/20
COL (L4-10) Olsen
4/21
COL (W6-4) Lannan
4/22 COL (L0-2)
Hernandez
4/23
LAD (W5-1) Atilano
4/24
LAD (L3-4) Stammen
4/25
LAD (W1-0) Olsen
4/26
at CHI (L3-4) Lannan
4/27
at CHI (W3-1) Hernandez
4/28
at CHI (W3-2) Atilano
4/30
at FLA (W7-1) Olsen
5/1 at FLA (L1-7) Stammen
5/2 at FLA (L3-9) Lannan
5/4 ATL (W6-3) Hernandez
5/5 ATL (L6-7) Atilano
5/6 ATL (W3-2) Olsen
5/7 FLA (L2-4) Stammen
5/8 FLA (W5-4) Chico
5/9 FLA (W3-2 Hernandez
5/10
at NYM (W3-2) Atilano
5/11
at NYM (L6-8) Olsen
5/12
at NYM (W6-4) Stammen
5/13
at COL (W14-6) Lannan
5/15-D at COL (L2-6)
Hernandez
5/15-N at COL (L3-4)
Atilano
5/16
at COL (L1-2) Olsen
5/17
at STL (L2-6) Stammen
5/18
at STL (L2-3) Lannan
5/19
NYM (W5-3) Hernandez
5/20
NYM (L7-10) Atilano
5/21
BAL (L3-5) Olsen
5/22 BAL (W7-6)
Stammen
5/23
BAL (W4-3) Lannan
5/25
at SFG (L2-4) Hernandez
5/26
at SFG (W7-3) Atilano
5/27
at SFG (L4-5) Stammen
5/28
at SDP (W5-3) Lannan
5/29
at SDP (L2-4) Martin
5/30
at SDP (L2-3) Hernandez
5/31
at HOU (W14-4)
Atilano
6/1 at HOU (L7-8) Stammen
6/2 at HOU(L1-5)
Lannan
6/3 at HOU (L4-6)
Martin
6/4 CIN (W4-2) Hernandez
6/5 CIN (L1-5) Atilano
6/6 CIN (L4-5) Stammen
6/8 PIT (W5-2) Strasburg
6/9 PIT (W7-5) Lannan
6/10
PIT (W4-2) Hernandez
6/11 at CLE (L2-7)
Atilano
6/12 at CLE (L1-7)
Martin
6/13
at CLE (W9-4) Strasburg
6/15
at DET (L4-7) Lannan
6/16
at DET (L3-8) Hernandez
6/17
at DET (L3-8) Atilano
6/18
CWS (L1-2) Strasburg
6/19
CWS (L0-1) Martin
6/20
CWS (L3-6) Lannan
6/21
KCR (W2-1) Hernandez
6/22
KCR (W4-3) Atilano
6/23
KCR (L0-1) Strasburg
6/25
at BAL (L6-7) Martin
6/26
at BAL (L5-6) Hernandez
6/27
at BAL (L3-4) Atilano
6/28
at ATL (L0-5) Strasburg
6/29
at ATL (W7-2) Stammen
6/30
at ATL (L1-4) Martin
7/1 NYM (W2-1) Hernandez
7/2 NYM (L3-5) Atilano
7/3 NYM (W6-5) Strasburg
7/4 NYM (L5-9) Stammen
7/6 SDP (W6-5) Hernandez
7/7 SDP (W7-6) Martin
7/8 SDP (L1-7)
Atilano
7/9 SFG (W8-1) Strasburg
7/10
SFG (L5-10) Stammen
7/11
SFG (L2-6) Hernandez

184

DEC
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L


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W
L



W
L
W
L

L
W

W

W
W
W
L
L
W





W



L


L


L
L


L
W

W
L

W

L


L

W

W
L
L
W
L
L
L

L
L
W
W
L



L
W
L

L

L

W
L
W

L

IP
H
R ER BB SO CG SHO PITCHES
3.2 7 5 5 3 0 75-38
4.0 8 6 6 3 2 70-45
5.0 9 4 4 0 1 75-45
3.1
4
2
2
5
3 84-44
5.0 6 3 3 3 2 99-62
7.0 5 0 0 3 1 88-55
4.1 6 7 6 2 1 80-46
1.1 7 7 7 1 0 53-34
5.2 5 4 4 3 5 91-57
7.0 7 2 2 3 5 102-67
9.0 4 0 0 2 3 1 1 113-67
0.0 4 7 7 1 0 28-13
8.0 5 2 2 1 5 94-62
2.0 7 6 6 1 1 51-55
6.0 11 4 4 1 2 107-71
8.0
4
2
2
2
5 94-62
6.0 5 1 1 2 1 93-57
7.0 6 3 3 0 3 97-62
7.0 6 0 0 1 8 T2 99-71
6.0 5 3 3 5 1 93-53
7.0 6 1 1 1 1 99-62
6.0 6 2 2 3 1 91-58
6.0 5 0 0 3 4 89-59
4.0 7 4 3 2 2 79-51
5.0 9 6 6 3 2 88-53
5.1 5 2 1 5 1 123-71
5.1 7 6 6 5 4 98-58
7.1 2 2 1 1 8 97-65
6.2 4 2 1 0 8 109-67
5.0 6 2 2 0 3 79-51
7.0 5 1 1 1 3 110-75
5.1 5 0 0 2 5 102-59
5.1 9 2 2 1 2 82-55
5.0 6 4 4 4 2 100-51
4.2 6 4 4 4 1 91-49
6.0
7
3
3
1
3 100-59
5.0
4
3
3
4
3 93-59
6.2 5 1 1 1 3 106-67
6.0 6 4 4 2 4 96-60
6.0 5 2 2 1 2 94-57
6.1 4 2 2 3 2 94-56
4.1 9 7 6 3 1 91-57
3.0 6 4 4 3 1 64-41
5.1
9
6
4
0
1 82-53
5.1 2 1 1 3 2 88-53
5.0 7 4 4 1 4 75-49
5.1 4 2 2 0 0 76-49
6.1 5 3 2 3 0 85-50
7.0 7 2 1 0 1 88-56
6.0 4 4 1 0 5 88-60
6.1 8 2 2 0 4 90-61
6.2 6 4 3 2 1 103-65
5.0 9 5 5 3 4 92-54
6.1
8
5
2
2
2 99-66
5.2
8
3
2
1
4 103-69
6.0 8 2 2 4 3 111-66
7.0 6 2 1 1 6 114-80
6.2 7 1 1 0 1 66-46
7.0 4 2 2 0 14 94-65
4.2 10 5 4 3 2 92-53
6.0 5 2 2 2 3 98-58
5.0
7
6
3
2
2 103-58
7.2
9
7
6
0
3 113-72
5.1 2 1 1 5 8 95-52
4.1 10 7 6 4 1 104-63
6.2 7 8 8 6 2 110-59
4.1 9 5 5 1 1 83-53
7.0 4 1 1 0 10 85-59
6.0 8 1 1 0 6 97-65
4.0 11 5 5 0 1 69-51
7.0 8 1 1 1 5 99-65
5.1 6 1 1 0 5 84-58
6.0 9 1 1 0 9 95-75
4.1 6 3 0 1 2 80-52
6.0 11 5 5 0 4 91-65
7.0 5 3 2 0 3 92-56
6.1 6 4 3 2 7 92-57
7.1 5 2 2 2 4 99-57
5.0 6 3 3 2 2 96-57
7.0 7 1 1 0 7 107-68
3.2 4 5 5 2 4 74-48
5.0 4 2 2 3 5 96-64
3.1 8 7 7 3 3 69-38
7.0 9 4 4 2 4 111-63
5.2 6 2 2 1 4 96-60
5.1
9
4
4
2
2 81-49
6.0 3 1 1 1 8 95-61
5.1 6 4 4 2 2 81-52
5.0 5 5 5 2 4 83-54

CUMMULATIVE
IP
ER ERA HOME RUNS ALLOWED
3.2 5
12.27
Howard (4-1-1)
7.2 11
12.91
Howard (5-1-2)
12.2 15
10.66
16.0
17 9.56 Francoeur (2-0-1), Barajas (4-0-1)
21.0 20
8.57
28.0 20
6.43
32.1 26
7.24
Utley (5-1-2)
33.2 33
8.82
Utley (2-2-3)
39.1 37
8.47
Utley (1-1-5)
46.1 39
7.58
McGehee (2-0-4)
55.1 39
6.34
55.1 46
7.48
63.1 48
6.82
65.1 54
7.44
Tulowitzki (2-0-1)
71.1 58
7.32
Hawpe (3-0-3)
79.1
60 6.81 Olivo (2-0-3), Stewart (7-0-4)
85.1 61
6.43
92.1 64
6.24
Blake (2-1-2, 7-0-3)
99.1 64
5.80
105.1 67
5.72
112.1 68
5.45
118.1 70
5.32
124.1 70
5.07
128.1 73
5.12
133.1 79
5.33
Ramirez (3-2-4)
138.2 80
5.19
Heyward (4-0-8)
144.0 86
5.38
Infante (2-1-1)
151.1 87
5.17
158.0 88
5.01
Cantu (7-0-7)
163.0 90
4.97
170.0 91
`4.82
Ramirez (6-0-7)
175.1 91
4.67
180.2 93
4.63
185.2 97
4.70
190.1 101
4.78
196.1 104 4.77 Giambi (2-0-1), Olivo (4-0-8)
201.1 107 4.78 Gonzalez (3-1-4), Smith (3-0-5)
208.0 108
4.67
214.0 112
4.71
220.0 114
4.66
Lopez (3-1-2)
226.1 116
4.61
Pagan (ITP, 4-0-3)
230.2 122
4.76
233.2 126
4.85
Jones (2-1-4)
239.0 130 4.90 Jones (ITP, 4-1-5), Wigginton (6-1-13)
244.1 131
4.83
249.1 135
4.87
254.2 137
4.84
Uribe (5-0-6)
261.0 139
4.79
Huff (4-0-5)
268.0 140
4.70
274.0 141
4.63
Hundley (1-2-3)
280.1 143
4.59
287.0 146
4.58
Chacin (3-0-1)
292.0 151
4.65
Pence (5-0-9)
298.1 153 4.62 Lee (3-1-6)
304.0 155 4.59 Cash (2-0-1), Berkman (3-0-6)
310.0 157
4.56
317.0 158
4.49
323.2 159
4.42
330.2 161
4.38
Young (4-1-3)
335.1 165
4.43
341.1 167
4.40
346.1 170 4.42 Kearns (1-2-6, 4-0-7), Hafner (6-0-6)
354.0 176 4.47 Santana (5-0-1), Branyan (8-0-8)
359.1 177
4.43
Hafner (2-0-7)
363.2 183
4.53
Raburn (5-2-1)
370.1 191
4.64
Boesch (7-2-9)
374.2 196
4.71
381.2 197
4.65
387.2 198
4.60
391.2 203
4.66
398.2 204
4.61
404.0 205
4.57
410.0 206
4.52
414.1 206
4.47
420.1 211
4.52
Jones (4-0-12)
427.1 213
4.49
433.2 216
4.48
441.0 218
4.45
446.0 221
4.46
453.0 222
4.41
456.2 227
4.47
461.2 229
4.46
465.0 236
4.57
Davis (3-1-10)
472.0 240
4.58
477.2 242
4.56
Gonzalez (1-0-17)
483.0 246 4.58 Denorfia (4-0-2), Latos (4-0-1)
489.0 247
4.55
Torres (1-0-7)
494.1 251
4.57
499.1 256
4.61

2010 IN REVIEW

MANAGER |
COACHING STAFF

PLAYERS
2010
IN REVIEW
HISTORY AND
RECORDS
SCOUTING |
PLAYER DEV.

CUMMULATIVE
IP
ER ERA HOME RUNS ALLOWED
505.1 256
4.56
511.1 257
4.52
517.1 258
4.49
522.2 264 4.55 Gomes (6-0-13), Cairo (6-0-3)
526.2 269
4.60
Votto (1-2-23)
532.1 272
4.60
541.1 273
4.54
546.1 276
4.55
548.2 277
4.54
Braun (1-0-16)
552.1 277
4.51
557.1 277
4.47
561.2 280
4.49
567.2 282
4.47
Diaz (4-1-5)
574.0 283
4.44
Werth (7-0-15)
579.1 284
4.41
584.1 286
4.41
591.2 287
4.37
597.1 292 4.40 Drew (3-0-6), Reynolds (4-2-25)
602.2 293
4.38
606.2 297
4.41
612.2 299
4.39
Ethier (4-1-18)
619.2 300
4.36
623.2 302
4.36
628.0 308
4.41
Uggla (1-1-26)\
629.2 315
4.50
Ramirez (2-0-16)
636.0 318
4.50
Stanton (2-1-12)
643.0 320
4.48
647.0 325
4.52
Montero (2-1-7), Parra (2-0-3), Johnson (3-0-18)
652.0 326
4.50
LaRoche (2-0-20)
657.0 329 4.51 Hernandez (PH, 6-0-1)
664.0 331
4.49
669.1 333
4.48
674.1 334
4.46
678.2 335
4.44
684.2 339
4.46
689.0 346
4.52
DeWitt (3-0-4)
694.0 350 4.54 Soriano (2-2-20), Colvin (4-1-19)
701.1 351
4.50
705.1 356
4.54
Pujols (4-0-34)
711.1 357
4.52
717.2 362
4.54
725.1 363
4.50
731.0 366 4.51 Ramirez (1-0-19), Hayes (6-1-2)
737.0 366
4.47
738.2 375
4.57
743.0 383
4.64
750.0 384
4.61
McCutchen (5-0-13)
756.0 385
4.58
Alvarez (4-0-11)
760.0 386
4.57
765.0 390
4.59
Davis (1-2-18)
771.1 393
4.59
778.0 396
4.58
Davis (7-0-2)
784.0 398
4.57
787.0 402
4.60
Stanton (2-0-19, 3-0-20)
793.0 406
4.61
801.0 406
4.56
807.0 408
4.55
807.1 414
4.62
Werth (2-0-23), Howard (3-1-30), Ibanez (3-0-15)
810.1 419
4.65
815.0 422
4.66
820.0 426 4.68 Quintero (5-1-4), Blum (5-2-2)
827.0 429
4.67
Michaels (1-1-8)
833.0 431
4.66
839.0 433
4.65
844.0 434
4.63
Infante (5-0-8)
849.1 438
4.64
Gonzalez (6-2-23)
855.1 440
4.63
Ankiel (5-0-2)
861.0 444
4.64
Werth (2-0-26)
867.0 445
4.62
Ibanez (4-0-16)
Sweeney (2-0-8), Francisco (2-0-5, 5-1-6), Maytberry (4-2-1)
871.2 452
4.67
877.2 453
4.65
Davis (4-0-19)
882.2 455
4.64
Duda (4-0-4)
889.1 456
4.61
889.1 456 4.61

FRONT OFFICE |
OWNERSHIP

DEC
IP
H
R ER BB SO CG SHO PITCHES
W
6.0 4 0 0 3 7 T3 99-63
L
6.0 4 2 1 2 6 95-64
L
6.0 6 1 1 3 6 98-62
L
5.1
6
6
6
3
2 79-49
L
4.0 5 5 5 3 1 72-41
W
5.2 7 3 3 1 7 97-63
W
9.0 7 1 1 0 5 2 102-72

5.0 5 3 3 1 3 90-54

2.1 3 1 1 3 3 56-30
L
3.2 3 5 0 3 4 86-52
W
5.0 3 0 0 1 6 T4 83-48
L
4.1 6 3 3 2 3 85-55
W
6.0 5 3 2 2 1 81-52
W
6.1 5 1 1 1 5 89-55

5.1 5 1 1 3 3 97-58

5.0 7 2 2 1 3 96-59
W
7.1 5 1 1 1 5 91-58
L
5.2
7
5
5
1
3 91-57
W
5.1 6 1 1 4 6 100-59
L
4.0 9 7 4 2 5 80-50
W
6.0 5 3 2 2 2 92-59

7.0 5 2 1 3 2 107-60
L
4.0 5 5 2 2 3 70-43
L
4.1 6 6 6 2 4 84-51
L
1.2 8 7 7 2 1 56-33
L
6.1 7 3 3 4 3 116-65
W
7.0 4 2 2 1 5 101-65
L
4.0 7 5 5 2 2 69-39

5.0 5 3 1 0 7 85-57
L
5.0
3
3
3
1
4 70-40

7.0 9 2 2 2 1 94-56
W
5.1 7 2 2 1 5 105-62
L
5.0 4 1 1 4 1 94-51

4.1 2 1 1 0 6 56-38
L
6.0 9 4 4 2 3 99-64
L
4.1 10 7 7 4 5 121-63
L
5.0
7
5
4
0
3 83-51
L
7.1 4 1 1 3 2 98-57

4.0 7 5 5 1 4 70-42
L
6.0 5 3 1 1 5 105-71
W
6.1 8 5 5 1 2 86-58
W
7.2 8 1 1 0 4 93-67
W
5.2
7
3
3
3
1 92-52

6.0 1 0 0 0 9 86-55
L
1.2 8 9 9 2 1 55-37
L
4.1 8 8 8 2 4 91-50
W
7.0 5 1 1 1 7 109-68
W
6.0 6 1 1 0 2 91-63

4.0 3 3 1 4 2 79-48
L
5.0 5 4 4 2 3 87-58
L
6.1 6 3 3 2 4 95-65
L
6.2 7 3 3 3 6 110-70
L
6.0 5 2 2 1 8 99-67
L
3.0 5 5 4 3 1 80-50
L
6.0 5 4 4 3 2 90-58
W
8.0 5 0 0 2 6 118-75
W
6.0 8 2 2 3 6 99-56
L
0.1 6 6 6 1 0 38-19
L
3.0 9 5 5 1 3 76-45

4.2 6 3 3 2 2 90-50
L
5.0
8
8
4
0
5 73-50

7.0 6 3 3 1 3 86-51

6.0 7 2 2 1 2 96-58
W
6.0 7 2 2 2 0 79-45
W
5.0 3 1 1 1 5 83-56
L
5.1 8 5 4 3 1 92-62

6.0 7 2 2 2 3 93-55
L
5.2 7 4 4 1 3 95-56

6.0 7 1 1 1 7 100-60
L
4.2 7 7 7 2 2 74-47

6.0 3 1 1 0 3 82-58

5.0 6 2 2 1 4