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GAME INFORMATION

GAME #20 • FIRST HALF #20 • SERIES #4 • HOME GAME #10
LHP James Gillheeney (2-0, 1.10) vs. RHP Chad Rogers (1-0, 2.04) Wednesday, April 24, 2013 • 11:05 a.m. • The Ballpark in Jackson • Jackson, Tenn UPCOMING GAMES AND PROBABLE PITCHERS: ALL TIMES CDT
Date April 25 April 26 April 27 April 28 Time 6:15 6:15 6:15 1:15 Opponent at Chattanooga at Chattanooga at Chattanooga at Chattanooga
jacksongeneralsbaseball.com & TuneIn Radio App. Pitcher RHP Taijuan Walker (1-2, 1.64) vs. RHP Zach Lee (2-0, 1.17) RHP Brett Shankin (1-1, 3.57) vs. LHP Chris Reed (1-1, 3.13) LHP Roenis Elias (0-2, 3.28) vs. RHPAndres Santiago (2-1, 1.17) RHP Chance Ruffin (1-0, 3.00) vs. LHP Rob Rasmussen (1-2, 4.18) Today’s game broadcasted on 96.5 ESPN RADIO,

Jackson Generals (8-11) vs. Pensacola Blue Wahoos (8-10)

- BY THE NUMBERS Jackson’s team ERA after the first 19 games. Next closest BIR, 3.08...

2.79
Won 1 4-6 4, (4/12-4/15) 5, (4/16-4/20) 5-4 3-7 2-2 6-9 1-3 1-0 1-2

a REGULAR SEASON SUMMARY
Streak: Last 10 Games: Long Winning Streak: Long Losing Streak: The Ballpark in Jackson: Road: Day: Night: Series Openers: Rubber Games: Series Records:

Vs. South: Vs. North: First Half: Second Half: Scoring First: Scoring Last: Extra Innings: Doubleheaders: April: May: June: July: August: September: White Jersey: Grey Jersey: Black Jersey: Special Jersey:

8-11 0-0 8-11 0-0 5-3 3-7 2-2 0-0-1 8-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 1-6 3-1 0-0

Leading After 6: Leading After 7: Leading After 8: Tied After 6: Tied After 7: Tied After 8: Trailing After 6: Trailing After 7: Trailing After 8: Last AB Wins: Walk-off Wins: Shutouts: Times Shut Out: 10+ Runs: 4+ Runs: 1-Run Games: Generals HR: Opponent HR:

7-3 6-1 6-2 1-3 1-3 1-3 0-5 0-6 0-5 2 2 3 2 2-0 5-2 4-8 5-4 3-4

TODAY’S GAME: The Generals (8-11) and Pensacola Blue Wahoos (8-9) play the rubber match (2-2) of the five-game series this morning at The Ballpark in Jackson. The Generals are now 5-4 at home this season, 2-2 during day games and 10-9 all-time against the Reds’ Double-A affiliate. 25-year-old lefty James Gillheeney starts for Jackson and ranks third in the SL with a 1.10 ERA in his first three starts. This is his 91st career start and first career start against Pensacola. YOU ALREADY KNOW...that the Generals improved to 2-2 in extra inning games with the win in the 13th last night. But, DID YOU KNOW?...that the Generals’ 14 hits last night was the most during a single game thus far in 2013. GENERALS RECAP: RF Abraham Almonte (1x5, RBI, BB) delivered a walk-off single scoring SS Brad Miller (1x6, R, 2B) in the 13th inning as Jackson defeated Pensacola 2-1 on Tuesday night. Starter Chance Ruffin (7.0,4,1,1,2,6,HR) allowed 1 run (a solo home run) on 4 hits and struck out 6 in 7.0 innings, but didn’t figure into the decision. Relievers Jonathan Arias (2.0,0,0,0,1,2), Tyler Burgoon (2.0,1,0,0,1,4) and Nick Hill (2.0,0,0,0,0,1) combined to toss 6.0 innings in relief. Hill recorded his 1st win of the season after retiring the final 6 batters in a row. DH James Jones (3x6), 3B Jack Marder (2x5, R, 3B), C Brandon Bantz (2x5) and CF Francisco Martinez (2x6) each recorded multi-hit games for Jackson. WHO’S HOT: RHP Taijuan Walker has not allowed an earned run in his last 3 starts (4 R), loweing his season ERA from 7.20 to 1.64. Overall this season, he is 1-2 with a 1.64 ERA (4 ER, 22.0 IP) in 4 starts. He has limited opponents to a .165 (13x79) average, while walking 14 and striking out 25. • C John Hicks currently has a Generals’ season-high 7-game hit streak with 5 multi-hit contests. During his hit streak he is batting .444 (11x25) with 4 runs scored and 1 double. After going 0x7 in his first 2 games. • OF James Jones has hit safely in 12 of his last 13 games, batting .356 (16x45) with 8 runs scored, 3 doubles, 2 triples, 2 home runs, 8 RBI, 4 stolen bases and 7 walks. • OF Leon Landry currently has a 6-game hitting streak, batting .286 (8x28) with 2 runs scored, 1 double, 1 walk and 2 stolen bases • LH James Gillheeney is 2-0 with a 1.10 ERA (2 ER, 16.1) IP in his first 3 starts this season. He has limited opponents to a .230 (14x61), while walking 5 and striking out 5 in 16.1 innigs. START ME UP: The Generals’ starting rotation currently leads the SL with a 1.96 ERA. As a whole, Jackson’s pitching staff has a league-best 2.79 ERA through the first 19 games. Jackson Managerial Wins CLOSE CALLS: So far this season, 12 of the Generals first 18 games have been decided by one run. Jackson is 4-8 in those games. Jackson is also 2-2 in extra inning games this season. Bobby Dickerson (‘02-‘05) (CHC) 291 “PANK” MOVING ON UP: Coming back for his 3rd season, Manager Jim Pankovits becomes the Jim Pankovits (‘11-’13) (SEA) 155 second-longest tenured Jackson manager. Bobby Dickerson managed in Jackson from 2002-2005 while Dave Trembley (‘98-’99) (CHC) 150 Jackson was affiliated with the Chicago Cubs. Pankovits is now 2nd in franchise history with 155 wins. Dave Bialas (’00-’01) (CHC) 139 PLENTY OF PROSPECTS: The Generals Opening Day roster features 11 of the Mariners’ Top 30 prospects, according to Baseball America. Those include: RHP Taijuan Walker (2), INF Brad Miller (9), RHP Carson Smith (16), OF Leon Landry (17), INF Jack Marder (20), C John Hicks (21), OF Francisco Martinez (22), OF Julio Morban (23), INF Vinnie Catricala (26), RHP Chance Ruffin (27), LHP Anthony Fernandez (30). GENERALS IN SEATTLE: There are 10 former Jackson players on the Seattle Mariners current roster. RHP Brandon Maurer, RHP Blake Beavan, RHP Yoervis Medina, RHP Carter Capps, RHP Tom Wilhelmsen, RHP Hector Noesi, INF Kyle Seager, INF Dustin Ackley and OF Michael Saunders. RHP Stephen Pryor is currently on the 15-day DL.
Batting Average: Hits: Doubles: Triples: Stolen Bases: NORTH Birmingham (CHW) Tennessee (CHC) Chattanooga (LAD) Huntsville (MIL) Jackson (SEA)

Generals vs. Pensacola in 2012 - 10 G
This Season: 2-2 All Time: 10-9 Home: 2-2 Road: 0-0 Offense: .232, 2 HR Pitching: 2.14, 38 K

REGULAR SEASON TEAM LEADERS - (LEAGUE RANK)
Jones, (.291) Miller, (20) Miller, (4) Jones, (2) Martinez (5) GB --2.0 3.0 3.0 Home Runs: RBI: OBP: Slugging: Total Bases: Miller, (3) Miller, (9) Jones, (.371) Jones, (.527) Miller, (35)
Date 4/24 5/2 5/3 5/4 Opp. PNS JAX JAX JAX

REGULAR SEASON TOTALS
Batting AVG: HR: XBH: Runs: Steals: .231 12 42 71 22 ERA: Strikeouts: Starter W Holds: Saves: 2.79 154 6 6 5

Wins: ERA: Strikeouts: Saves: Holds:

Gillheeney, (2) Gillheeney, (1.10) Walker, (25) Smith, (3) 6 tied, (1)
Pres. By Mobile Nation Jackson Sun

Southern League Standings Rec 11-8 11-8 9-10 8-11 8-11 SOUTH Mississippi (ATL) Jacksonville (MIA) Montgomery (TB) Pensacola (CIN) Mobile (ARI) Rec 11-8 10-8 10-9 8-10 8-11 GB -0.5 1.0 2.5 3.0

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GENERALS BLOG

1987 At Cleveland Stadium, Rickey Henderson becomes the first player in baseball history to hit a home run off two different 300game winners in the same game. The left fielder’s solo homer in the 8th inning off Phil Niekro and his two-run blast in the ninth off Steve Carlton help the Yankees edge the Indians, 6-5. 1996 Scoring the most runs by an opponent against the Detroit in 84 years, the Twins set a team record for crossing the plate trouncing the Tigers, 24-11. Greg Myers and Paul Molitor lead the attack with each driving in five runs.

THIS DAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY

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TODAY’S GENERALS STARTER
James Gillheeney | RHP | #41
2013 Breakdown:
Overall Home Road vs. PNS MLB Spring W/L 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

3 GS - 2-0, 1.10 ERA
ERA GS IP 1.10 3 16.1 0.00 1 6.0 1.74 2 10.1 0.00 0 0.0 0.00 0 0.0 H 14 3 11 0 0

HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-1, 196 Born: 11-8-87 (25) in Johnston, RI RESIDES: Johnston, RI College: North Carolina State OBTAINED: Mariners 8th round selection in the 2009 draft

R 3 1 2 0 0

ER 2 0 2 0 0

BB 5 4 2 0 0

SO 5 3 4 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0 0

GILLHEENEY’S 2013 STARTS
DT OPP SCR 4/8 @JAX W, 1-0 4/14 MTG W, 7-1 4/19 @MIS L, 4-3 4/24 PNS APRIL: 3 GS, 2-0, 1.10 W-L W W ND IP 5.0 6.0 5.1 16.1 H 3 3 8 14 R 0 1 2 3 ER 0 0 2 2 BB 1 3 1 5 SO 2 1 2 5 HR 0 0 0 0

SCR LEFT 1-0 4-1 2-1

PC-K 74-46 90-50 98-61

Career Breakdown:
Minors Jackson vs. PNS MLB W/L 27-27 4-6 0-0 0-0 ERA GS IP H R ER BB SO 4.55 90 486.1 497 286 246 176 450 4.57 19 102.1 100 60 52 42 76 0.00 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 HR 66 12 0 0

vs. LH: .250, 0-HR vs. RH: .222, 0-HR Day: 1-0, 0.00 ERA Night: 1-0, 1.59 ERA Tonight’s Start: 25-year-old lefty James Gillheeney starts the finale of the five-game series against Pensacola. Record in Starts: 2-1 This is his 91st career start and first career start against Pensacola.

2013 SPLITS

2013 SEASON HIGHS Last Outing: Gillheeney picked up a no-decision Friday in the General’s 4-3 loss at Mississippi. Gillheeney allowed two runs, on eight hits, while stirking out two and walking one in 5.1 innings. Long Outing: 6.0 (4/14 v MTG) Strikeouts: 2 (2x; 4/19 at MIS) PERSONAL: James A. Gillheeney…graduated from Bishop Hendricken (RI) High School in 2006…attended North Walks: 3 (4/14 v MTG) Carolina State University, 2007-09… HR All’d: -Hits All’d: 8 (4/19 at MIS) 2013 Season: Runs All’d: 2 (4/19 at MIS) 2012 Season: Made 23 starts with High Desert before being promoted to Jackson on Aug. 9… Win Streak: 2 (4/8-4/14) • His 148 strikeouts combined between High Desert and Jackson led all Mariners farmhands… Loss Streak: -• While with High Desert walked 48 and struck out 121 in 120.1 innings… • Struck out a season-high 10 batters in 5.2 innings on June 27 vs. Rancho Cucamonga… • Currently holds the Mavericks all-time career strikeout record with 251; old record of 232 was held by Jake Wild, who pitched for the Mavericks from 2008-10.
2011 Season: Split season between High Desert (April 9-July 31) and Jackson (Aug. 1-end of season), finishing T2nd amongst all Mariners farmhands with 131 strikeouts…finished 2nd on the High Desert roster with 6 wins, despite only making 20 relief appearances…tied career-high with 10 strikeouts, April 30 vs. Rancho Cucamonga (5.2,2,2,2,0,10,HB)…named Southern League Pitcher of the Week, Aug. 29-Sept. 5, after tossing 7.0 no hit innings Sept. 3 at Jacksonville leaving only after reaching his pitch count at 112 (7.0,0,0,0,4,5) 2010 Season: Spent majority of season with Clinton, but also appeared in games with High Desert (July 31-Aug. 20) and West Tenn (Aug. 21-end of season)… finished 3rd among all Mariners farmhands with 145 strikeouts and 7th in ERA (3.55)…ranked 2nd in the MWL in ERA and 4th in lowest opponent batting average for starters (.229) and fewest baserunners per 9.0 IP for starters (10.78)…won 4 consecutive starts, June 30-July 17 (0.96 ERA/3 ER, 28.0 IP)…tossed 18.2 scoreless innings, July 11-23… 2009 Season: Began pro career with Rookie Pulaski…

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GENERALS BULLPEN bullpen notes NOTES
Season Totals Starters Relievers The Ballpark in Jackson Road April PITCHER 24 - Arias (rhp) 55 - Burgoon (rhp) 33 - Hernandez (rhp) 54 - Hill (lhp) 30 - Kohlscheen (rhp) 31 - Smith (rhp) 25 - Snow (rhp) W-L 8-11 6-3 0-8 5-4 3-7 8-11 ERA 2.79 1.96 3.71 2.79 2.79 2.79 CG/SV 0/5 0/0 0/5 0/3 0/2 0/5

TEAM PITCHING
IP 171.0 110.0 63.0 84.0 87.0 171.0 H 128 67 49 60 68 128

R 60 34 26 32 28 60

ER 53 24 26 26 27 53 LAST LOSS 4/5 at JAX

BB-I 68-6 39-1 29-5 34-1 34-5 68-6 SV/OPP 1/2 1/1 3/6

SO 154 76 76 76 78 154

HR 9 7 2 5 4 9 RI-RI SCORED 3-0 1-0 0-0 4-3 0-0 7-3 1-0

LAST APP. Tues 4/23 v PNS Tues 4/23 v PNS Sat 4/20 v PNS Tues 4/23 v PNS Sun 4/21 v PNS Mon 4/22 v PNS Sat 4/20 v PNS

IP,H,R,ER,BB,K 2.0,0,0,0,1,2 2.0,1,0,0,1,4 2.0,3,1,1,1,0 2.0,0,0,0,0,1 3.0,0,0,0,0,4 2.0,1,0,0,0,4 3.0,3,2,2,0,3

GENERALS BULLPEN BRIEFS
LAST WIN LAST SAVE 4/15 at MIS 4/20 v PNS 4/21 v PNS 4/14 v MTG

4/23 v PNS 4/13 v MTG

4/18 at MIS 4/19 at MIS 4/16 at MIS

#24 - JONATHAN ARIAS, RHP Last HR: 4/13 v MTG 2013: 6 G, 0-0, 5.73 ERA, 0-0 SV, 1 HLD .231 vs. LH, .200 vs. RH Season High IP: -- 2.2 (4/19 at MIS) Season High ER: 4 (4/13 v MTG) Season High K: -- 5 (4/19 at MIS) Season High BB: 3 (4/13 v MTG)

Career: 115 G, 15-14, 3.88 ERA College: N/A Years Pro: 5 Age: 25 Career: 80 G, 14-6, 3.60 ERA College: Auburn Years Pro: 4 Age: 24 • OBTAINED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent with the Mariners in 2006 • OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 45th round of the 2010 MLB Draft. • Signed originally as a catcher. Played first three seasons behind the plate. Made pro • Spent majority of the ‘12 season with A+ High Desert (May 28-July 29, Aug. 1-Sept 1), but pitching debut in 2009 and re-signed with the Mariners Oct. 31, 2012. also appeared games with A- Clinton (April 5-27) and Jackson (July 30-31). • As a hitter, three seasons, .210/2/30 • Split ‘11 season between Clinton and Everett (June 25-Aug. 6)...combined to go 7-0 with • Split ‘12 season between High Desert (April 6-June 20) and Jackson (June 21-end of a 2.51 ERA (20 ER, 71.2 IP) in 14 starts. season)...tossed at least 2.0 innings in 19 of 46 relief appearances. • Was drafted previously by both the Phillies and Marlins but did not sign • In ‘11 w/ Clinton led all Midwest League relievers in strikeouts per 9.0 IP with a 14.35 #31 - CARSON SMITH, RHP Last HR: average (101 K in 63.1 IP); only full-time reliever in the MWL to strike out 100 batters…

#55 - STEPHEN KOHLSCHEEN, RHP Last HR: 4/18 at MIS (Marrero) 2013: 6 G, 0-1, 4.15 ERA, 1-1 SV, 0 HLD .333 vs. LH, .227 vs. RH Season High IP: 3.0 (4/21 v PNS) Season High ER: 2 (4/12 v MTG2) Season High K: 4 (4/21 v PNS) Season High BB: 1 (4/15 at MIS)

#55 - TYLER BURGOON, RHP Last HR: 2013: 6 G, 0-0, 1.04 ERA, 1-2 SV, 1 HLD .375 vs. LH, .208 vs. RH Season High IP: 2.0 (2x: 4/23 v PNS) Season High ER: 1 (4/18 at MIS) Season High K: 4 (2x: 4/23 v PNS) Season High BB: 3 (4/18 at MIS)

2013: 7 G, 0-2, 6.14 ERA, 3-6 SV, 0 HLD .333 vs. LH, .240 vs. RH Season High IP: 2.0 (4/22 v PNS) Season High ER: 1 (4/5 at JAX) Season High K: 4 (4/22 v PNS) Season High BB: 2 (4/17 at MIS)

#33 - MOISES HERNANDEZ, RHP Last HR: 2013: 2 G, 0-1, 8.10 ERA, 0-0 SV, 0 HLD .000 vs. LH, .455 vs. RH Season High IP: 2.0 (4/20 v PNS) Season High ER: 2 (4/18 at MIS) Season High K: -- Season High BB: 1 (4/20 v PNS)

Career: 104 G, 14-8, 2.94 ERA College: Michigan Years Pro: 4 Age: 23 • OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 10th round of the 2010 Draft • Spent ‘12 season with A+ High Desert, making 53 relief appearances…led the Mavericks relievers in wins, strikeouts and appearances, while ranking 3rd amongst the High Desert pitching corps in wins and strikeouts. • Over final 25 appearances last year, June 22-Sept. 2, went 5-1 with a 1.10 ERA (4 ER, 32.1 IP). • In ‘11 made 42 relief appearances with A- Clinton…was only pitcher to remain on active Clinton roster all season (no DL stints, transactions)…held opponents scoreless in 30 of 42 outings, posting a bullpenbest 2.30 ERA…led the team in saves (14), games (42), games finished (37) and WHIP (1.12).

Career: 50 G, 5-2, 2.90 ERA College: Texas State Years Pro: 2 Age: 23 • OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 8th round of the 2011 Draft • 2013 Spring Training with Mariners: 7 games, 1-0, 1.29 ERA, 7.0 IP, 8 SO, 1 BB. • In ‘12 spent entire season with A+ High Desert…led the Mavericks in saves (15), while finishing 2nd on the team with 49 relief appearances. • Took over the closer role last year on June 15 and went 14-for-15 in save opportunities over final 28 games…limited opponents .234 average, while walking 28 and striking out 77. • Last season did not allow an earned run in final 19.1 innings in relief, from July 17-Sept. 3. • Played for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League in 2012 (1-1, 2.40). • Named the Southland Conference Pitcher of the Year in 2010 and 2011 while at Texas St., becoming the first Bobcat to earn the award more than once.

Career: 188 G, 32-27, 4.83 ERA College: N/A Years Pro: 8 Age: 29 • OBTAINED: Signed as a free agent by Seattle in 2011 • He is the older brother to Mariners starting pitcher and former CY Young award winner Felix Hernandez. • Originally signed as a non-drafted free agent by Baltimore on November 28, 2001. • In ‘12 Had 3 stints on DL, 32G, 5-2, 6.66 ERA, • Began ‘12 season by tossing 9.0 scoreless innings • In ‘11 appeared in a career-high 40 games, 3 starts with Jackson. • In each of Moises’ first 3 wins of 2011 , his younger brother Felix won for Seattle.

#25 - FORREST SNOW, RHP Last HR: 4/20 v PNS (Lohman) 2013: 6 G, 1-2, 3.38 ERA, 0-0 SV, 1 HLD .083 vs. LH, .250 vs. RH Season High IP: 3.0 (2x: 4/20 v PNS) Season High ER: 2 (2x: 4/20 v PNS) Season High K: 3 (2x: 4/20 v PNS) Season High BB: 2 (4/12 v MTG1)

#54 - NICK HILL, LHP Last HR: 2013: 6 G, 1-1, 2.45 ERA, 0-0 SV, 1 HLD .077 vs. LH, .000 vs. RH Season High IP: 2.0 (4/23 v PNS) Season High ER: 2 (4/5 at JAX) Season High K: 2 (2x: 4/18 at MIS) Season High BB: 2 (4/14 v MTG)

Career: .85 G, 10-22, 4.91 ERA College: U of Washington Years Pro: 4 Age: 24 • OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 36th round of the 2010 Draft • Began ‘12 season with AAA Tacoma…struck out season-high 8 batters on April 18 at Sacramento (6.0,3,1,1,2,8) and May 9 vs. Albuquerque (6.0,6,5,5,2,8,HR)… • Transferred to Jackson on June 14…started in the starting rotation (1-5, 4.37 ERA), before moving to the bullpen on July 29 (3-0, 4.61 ERA)…allowed only 1 run over final 12.1 innings, Aug. 8-Sept. 3 • Split ‘11 season between A- Clinton (April 7-June 14), A+ High Desert (June 15-July 23) and AAA Tacoma (July 24-end of season)…finished 4th amongst all Mariners farmhands with 127 strikeouts…after serving as Clinton’s closer in 2010, made move to rotation and was Opening Night starter on April 7 vs. Burlington. • played for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League in 2011…led league with a 1.10 ERA (2 ER, 16.1 IP), while finishing 2nd in opponent average (.167) and WHIP (0.80).

Career: 128 G, 10-18, 3.62 ERA College: Army Years Pro: 8 Age: 28 • OBTAINED: Drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 7th round of the 2007 Draft • Did not pitch in 2011 or 2012...Spent ‘11 season on the disabled list after having UCL surgery on left elbow April 7…Missed entire 2012 season with a stress fracture in left foot… made 2 appearances on rehab assignment with AZL Mariners, July 17-21. • Spent parts of 2008-2010 seasons in Jackson. 9 games in ‘08, 36 games in ‘09, 28 games in ‘10. • Spent ‘09 season with West Tenn appearing in 36 games, 9 starts…named West Tenn’s Most Valuable Pitcher by the Mariners. • Missed time in ‘09 from May 26-June 20 due to military obligations.

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GENERALS HITTERS NOTES
#7 - ABRAHAM ALMONTE, OF Multi-Hit Games: 2 Last Game: 1x5, RBI, BB, K Last HR: 4/21 v PNS (Renken) Series: 4x11, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB, 2 K, SB .111 vs. LH, .205 vs. RH Streak: 3: 7 of 10 Season Highs: hits: 2 (2x: 4/20 v PNS)…RBI: 2 (4/21 v PNS)
Career: .263, 33 HR, 227 RBI College: N/A Years Pro: 8
• OBTAINED: Acquired from Yankees in exchange for RHP Shawn Kelley on February 2, 2013. • GW walk-off in 10th on 4/13 v MTG and 13th on 4/23 v PNS. • Originally signed by Yankees as a non-drafted free agent on July 2, 2005. • Played 78 games for AA Trenton (NYY) in ‘12, batted .276, 17 2B, 4 3B, 4 HR and 25 RBI w/ 30 SB. He posted a .350 on-base percentage and a .392 slugging. • Has stolen more than 30 bases five different times in his career. • Named Eastern League midseason All-Star in ‘12 - ranked 5th in the EL in stolen bases. • In 7 minor league seasons in the NYY organization, has recorded 276 stolen bases.

Age: 22 Career: .352, 13 HR, 69 RBI

#3 - JACK MARDER, INF Multi-Hit Games: 2 Last Game: 2x5, 2B, R Last HR: 4/13 v MTG (Romero) Series: 2x11, 2B, R, BB, 4 K .158 vs. LH, .194 vs. RH Streak: 1: 5 of 7 Season Highs: hits: 2 (2x: 4/23 v PNS)…RBI: 1 (3x: 4/19 at MIS)
• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 16th round of the 2011 Draft • In ‘12 limited to only 65 games with A+ High Desert due to two stints on the DL April 24-May 10 with a concussion and Aug. 15-Sept. 8 w/ a strained left hamstring…360/10/56, w/ 26 2B in ‘12. • In ‘12 appeared in games a catcher, second base and left field for High Desert. • Named to the ‘12 California All-Star team, but unable to play due to an injury…played for Israel in the World Baseball Classic qualifier.

College: Oregon

Years Pro: 3

Age: 23

#8 - BRANDON BANTZ, C Multi-Hit Games: 1 Last Game: 2x5, K Last HR: Series: 2x5, K .250 vs. LH, .214 vs. RH Streak: 3: 3 of 6 Season Highs: hits: 2 (4/23 v PNS)…RBI: 1 (4/19 at MIS)

#22 - FRANCISCO MARTINEZ, OF Multi-Hit Games: 4 Last Game: 2x6, 2 K, SB Last HR: Series: 5x18, 2B,2 RBI, 2 R, BB, 6 K, SB .118 vs. LH, .245 vs. RH Streak: 1: 5 of 6 Season Highs: hits: 2 (4x: 4/23 v PNS)…RBI: 1 (2x: 4/20 v PNS )
Career: .269, 18 HR, 176 RBI College: N/A Years Pro: 6

Last Game: 1x6, 2B, R Last HR: 4/18 at MIS (Schlosser) #21 - VINNIE CATRICALA, INF Multi-Hit Games: 1 Series: 5x19, 2 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R, 6 K .192 vs. LH, .341 vs. RH Last Game: 1x6, 2 K Last HR: Streak: 3: 10 of 18 Season Highs: hits: 3 (4x: 4/21 v PNS)…RBI: 2 (2x: 4/21 v PNS) Series: 3x13, 2 RBI, R, 3 K, 2 SB .118 vs. LH, .227 vs. RH College: Clemson Years Pro: 3 Age: 23 Streak: 3: 9 of 12 Season Highs: hits: 2 (4/12 v MTG2)…RBI: 1 (7x:4/21 v PNS) Career: .341, 15 HR, 75 RBI
Career: .297, 60 HR, 286 RBI
• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 10th round of the 2009 Draft • Spent entire ‘12 season with AAA Tacoma, appearing in 122 games....229, 23 2B, 10 HR, 60 RBI in 122 games for the Rainiers...played primarily third base (104 G), but also saw action in left field (15 G). • In ‘11 named Mariners Minor League Player of the Year…combined to hit .349 w/ 101 runs, 77 extra base hits (2B - 48, 3B - 4, HR - 25) and 106 RBI in 133 games combined between A High Desert and AA Jackson… • In ‘11 among full season minor leaguers ranked 2nd in extra base hits, 3rd in hits, T3rd in doubles, T4th in batting average and T9th in RBI… • With Jackson in ‘11, hit safely in 52 of 62 games, while reaching base safely in 57 games with the Generals, batting .347.

• OBTAINED: Traded to Seattle from Detroit along with Chance Ruffin (rhp), Casper Wells (of) and Career: .230, 16 HR, 100 RBI College: Dallas Baptist (TX) Years Pro: 5 Age: 26 Charlie Furbush (lhp) in exchange for Doug Fister (rhp) and David Pauley (rhp) on July 30, 2011. • Played in 15 MLB spring games....269/0/0 w/ 1 3B and 1 2B, (7x26)... • OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 30th round of the 2009 Draft • In ‘12 combined to bat .232 (88x380) w/ 62 runs, 18 2B, 3 3B, 2 HR and 30 RBI in 103 games • Spent ‘12 season with AAA Tacoma, but also appeared with A+ High Desert (June 30)…on the with AA Jackson (95 G) and on rehab with AZL Mariners (8 G). DL May 22-June 29....223/2/14 in ‘12. • Ranked 3rd among Mariners minor leaguers with 28 stolen bases in ‘12 • Appeared in 83 games with Generals in ‘11…threw out 41.7% of attempted base stealers (30 • Batted .310 (40x129) with 7 2B, 3 HR and 23 RBI in 33 games for Jackson in ‘11 after coming CS, 42 SB), ranking 4th in the Southern League. over from Tigers in trade on July 30. Made AA debut as a 20-year-old (Erie). • Split ‘10 season between Clinton and West Tenn…threw out a combined 56.1% of baserunners #13 - BRAD MILLER, INF Multi-Hit Games: 6 (37 CS, 29 SB)…

Age: 22

College: Hawaii

Years Pro: 5

Age: 24 • OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 2nd round of the 2011 Draft

#5 - JOHN HICKS, C Multi-Hit Games: 6 Last Game: 1x4 on Mon Last HR: Series: 4x13, 2B, 2 R, 5 K .250 vs. LH, .286 vs. RH Streak: 7: 10 of 14 Season Highs: hits: 2 (6x: 4/20 v PNS)…RBI: 2 (4/7 at JAX)
Career: .312, 17 HR, 105 RBI
• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 4th round of the 2011 Draft • Appeared in 121 games with A+ High Desert…named to both the California Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star teams....312/15/79, 22 SB in ‘12. • In ‘12 threw out 53.8 percent (57 CS, 49 SB) of attempted base-stealers which not only led the California League, but also led all full season qualifying catchers. • In ‘12 led the Cal League in nearly every defensive category amongst catchers, including games caught (98), chances (863), putouts (763), assists (92) and double plays (11). • named All-ACC first team as a junior in 2011…college teammates with Mariners farmhands Andrew Carraway, Danny Hultzen, Steven Proscia and Chris Taylor.

College: Virginia

Years Pro: 3

Career: .279, 26 HR, 108 RBI College: N/A Age: 23 • OBTAINED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent July 2, 2008

#17 - JULIO MORBAN, OF Multi-Hit Games: 3 Last Game: 0x3, 2 K on Mon Last HR: 4/7 at JAX (Neil) Series: 0x7, 3 K .333 vs. LH, .412 vs. RH Streak: 0: 4 of 7 Season Highs: hits: 3 (2x: 4/7 at JAX)…RBI: 3 (4/7 at JAX)
Years Pro: 5

• Played in 21 MLB spring games....255/1/6, w/ 4 2B and 2 3B, SB, was last INF cut... • In ‘12 hit .334 w/ 110 runs, 40 doubles, 7 triples, 15 home runs and 68 RBI in 136 games combined between A+ High Desert and Jackson… • His 186 hits ranked 2nd amongst all minor leaguers, and ranked 4th in runs. • Reached base safely, via hit or walk, in 123 of 137 (90%) games in ‘12…named CAL League All-Star. • Started all 8 playoff games for Jackson at shortstop and hit .314… • Received the Mariners Heart and Soul Award for his exemplary play and leadership skills both on and off the field in ‘12. • Named the 2011 ACC Player of the Year, leading the conference in batting average (.395) and on-base percentage (.489)…2-time member of the USA National Team (2009 & 2010).

Age: 21

#16 - GABRIEL NORIEGA, INF Multi-Hit Games: 2 Last Game: 1x5, RBI Last HR: Series: 1x11, RBI, 3 K .364 vs. LH, .179 vs. RH #11 - JAMES JONES, OF Multi-Hit Games: 3 Last Game: 3x6, K Last HR: 4/20 v PNS (Dennick) Streak: 1: 6 of 8 Season Highs: hits: 2 (4/13 v MTG)…RBI: 1 (2x: 4/14 v MTG) Career: .253, 9 HR, 163 RBI College: N/A Years Pro: 6 Age: 22 Series: 4x13, HR, RBI, BB, K .333 vs. LH, .270 vs. RH • OBTAINED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on July 2, 2007 Streak: 1: 13 of 15 Season Highs: hits: 3 (4/23 v PNS)…RBI: 3 (4/13 v MTG) • Split season between Jackson (4/7-7/23) and High Desert (7/24-9/3)....227/0/31 in ‘12.
Career: .284, 42 HR, 219 RBI
• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 4th round of the 2009 Draft • Spent ‘12 season with A+ High Desert....306, 28 2B, 12 3B, 14 HR, 76 RBI, 26 SB in ,12. • Combined to hit .351 w/ 49 runs scored, 15 doubles, 4 triple, 7 home runs and 36 RBI in 49 games in June and July, batting .359 in 24 games in July. Had 14G hit streak in July. • Hit .421 (8x19) with 7 runs, 2 doubles, 1 triple and 4 RBI in 4 of HD ‘12 playoff games. • In ‘11 appeared in 83 games w/ HD…recorded 2 hit streaks of 9-or-more games. • His ‘11 season ended on July 23rd after fracturing nose. • In ‘10 appeared in 132 games with A- Clinton…ranked T3rd among all Mariners farmhands with 24 SB…led the LumberKings in triples (10), walks (62) and outfield assists (11), while finishing 2nd in stolen bases (24) and doubles (24). • In ‘10 named the MWL Offensive Player of the Postseason after hitting .356 w/ a league-best 3 HR, 9 SB, 2 2B, 9 runs and 6 RBI in the playoffs. • Began pro career with Everett in ‘09, appearing in games at first base, right field and designated

• Played in 13 MLB spring games....300/2/6, w/ 3 2B, .382 OBP (2 HR game vs. LAA 3/15). • Limited to only 76 games in ‘12 w/ A+ High Desert due to 3 stints on the disabled list...On DL April 22-May 7 w/ strained left hamstring, June 12-July 6 w/ strained left hamstring and Aug. 29Sept. 9 w/ a right wrist sprain....313/17/52, w/ 16 2B in ‘12. • Appeared in only 80 games with A- Clinton due to 3 stints on the disabled list, but still led team and T8th in the Midwest League with 8 triples.

College: Long Island U (NY)

Years Pro: 5

Age: 24 • In ‘11 played in 105 games for High Desert and 25 games in Jackson....261/3/57 combined in ‘11.
• After ‘08 season was rated as the No. 4 prospect in the Appalachian League by Baseball America

#19 - STEPHEN PROSCIA, INF Multi-Hit Games: 3 Last Game: 0x3 on Mon Last HR: 4/13 v MTG (Romero) Series: 1x12, RBI, 2 K .316 vs. LH, .189 vs. RH Streak: 0: 6 of 9 Season Highs: hits: 3 (4/13 v MTG)…RBI: 2 (2x: 4/13 v MTG)
Career: ..311, 41 HR, 147 RBI College: Virginia Years Pro: 3 Age: 22

#6 - LEON LANDRY, OF Last Game: 1x6, 2 K Series: 4x18, 2B, BB, 5 K Streak: 6: 10 of 16 Season Highs: hits: 3 (4/18 at MIS)…RBI: 2 (4/4 at JAX)
Career: .305, 23 HR, 159 RBI College: LSU Years Pro: 4

• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 7th round of the 2011 Draft • In ‘12 led A+ High Desert w/ 24 home runs, while ranking 2nd w/ 94 RBI…overall hit .314 w/ 98 runs, 26 2B, 3 3B, 28 HR and 103 RBI in 127 games combined between High Desert and Jackson. • In ‘12 led all Mariners farmhand in RBI and was one of 19 minor league players to record at least 100 RBI. • In ‘12 had 3 home run games (April 19 vs. Inland Empire and July 14 vs. Stockton); became only the 4th player in the CAL League history to record at least 3 homers in a game twice in a single season. • Named to California League Post-Season All-Star team in ‘12. Multi-Hit Games: 1 Last HR: 4/10 v MTG (Buschmann) • Played for Virginia from 2009-2011…named All-ACC First Team in ‘11... college teammates with Mariners farmhands Andrew Carraway, Danny Hultzen, Steven Proscia and Chris Taylor. .167 vs. LH, .184 vs. RH

• OBTAINED: Traded to Seattle by LAD along with Logan Bawcom (rhp) in exchange for Brandon League (rhp) on July 30, 2012...(3rd round, 2010 LAD). • Originally drafted by Dodgers in the 3rd round of the 2010 draft. BA rated him as best pure hitter in the Dodgers’ 2010 draft class. • Split ‘12 between Rancho Cucamonga (LAD) and High Desert - led the CAL League in average (.341) and extra-base hits (65), while his 18 triples were 4 shy of the league record… • In ‘12 hit a combined .341 (153x449) with 88 runs scored, 34 doubles, 18 triples, 13 home runs, 76 RBI and 27 stolen bases in 104 games, including batting .385 (40x104) with 25 runs scored, 16 extra-base hits (8-2B, 3-3B, 5-HR) and 25 RBI in 24 games w/ HD. • In ‘12 hit safely in 19 straight games combined between RC and HD from July 24-Aug. 15. • Played baseball, basketball and football at Baker HS (LA), was 5* football recruit, but chose to play baseball over football at LSU.

Age: 23

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REGULAR SEASON HITTING BREAKDOWN
SCORE BY INNING Generals Opponents 1 9 9 2 3 9 3 11 7 4 8 4 5 9 2 6 6 4 7 16 8 8 6 6 9 1 9 10 1 0 11 0 2 X 1 0 TOTAL 71 60

PLAYER 7 - A. Almonte 8 - Bantz 4 - Bonilla 21 - Catricala 5 - Hicks 11 - Jones 6 - Landry 3 - Marder 22 - Martinez 13 - Miller 17 - Morban 16 - Noriega 19 - Proscia

Multi-Hit Games 2 3 2 1 1 6 2 2 4 2 1 2 2

4

5+

2

Multi-RBI Games 3 4 5+

solo 1

HR Type 2run 3run 1

GS

Last HR Date/Pitcher 4/21 v PNS (Renken)

1 1 4 2 1

1 1 1 2 2

1

1 1 1 2 1 1 2

1

4/20 v PNS (Dennick) 4/10 v MTG/Buschmann 4/13 v MTG (Romero) 4/18 at MIS (Schlosser) 4/7 at JAX/Neil 4/13 v MTG (Romero)

1 1

Grand Slams (0): -Back-to-Back (0): -Inside-the-Park (0): -Pinch Hit (0): -Leadoff (0): -Game Ending (0): -Game-Winning in Last AB on Road (0): -Multi (0): --

GENERALS HOME RUNS

Name LHP Anthony Fernandez RHP Jandy Sena OF Mickey Wiswall

Type 7-day 7-day 7-day

GENERALS DISABLED LIST
DL Dates 4/44/44/4Date Eligible 4/11 4/11 4/11

Injury Shoulder tightness Shoulder tightness N/A

G Missed All All All

PLAYER 7 - A. Almonte 8 - Bantz 4 - Bonilla 21 - Catricala 5 - Hicks 11 - Jones 6 - Landry 3 - Marder 22 - Martinez 13 - Miller 17 - Morban 16 - Noriega 19 - Proscia

Starts by Batting Order (Team Record) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2-2 0-1 1-1 1-0 5-7 3-2 0-1 2-2 1-0 1-0 1-2 3-2 0-2 1-1 0-2 2-3 2-1 1-2 1-0 0-5 1-0 2-3

8 1-0 3-1 1-2 0-1 1-3

1-0 5-7 0-2

0-2 2-3 6-5

0-1

0-5 4-3

8-10

1-1 1-3

PLAYER 7 - A. Almonte 8 - Bantz 4 - Bonilla 21 - Catricala 5 - Hicks 11 - Jones 0-1 6 - Landry 3 - Marder 22 - Martinez 13 - Miller 17 - Morban 5-4 16 - Noriega 19 - Proscia

9 2-4 0-1 1-1

Starts by Position (Team Record) C 1B 2B 3B SS LF 3-2 5-9 0-1 2-2 2-2 5-7 6-8 2-2 5-8 3-3 0-1

CF 4-3

RF 1-4

DH 1-1 1-1

3-8 2-1 6-8 3-2

1-0 1-1 0-1

6-6 0-1 4-8 1-0

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

Name John Hicks James Jones Leon Landry James Jones Gabriel Noriega

Generals Hitting Streaks (5+ games)
Streak 7G 6G 6G 5G 5G

Dates 4/14-current 4/8-4/14 4/18-current 4/16-4/20 4/13-4/19)

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REGULAR SEASON SUMMARY
MOST RUNS, INNING: GENERALS: OPPONENTS: MOST RUNS, GAME: GENERALS: OPPONENTS: FEWEST RUNS, GAME: GENERALS: OPPONENTS: MOST HITS, GAME: GENERALS: OPPONENTS: FEWEST HITS, GAME: GENERALS: OPPONENTS: MOST DOUBLES, GAME: GENERALS: OPPONENTS: MOST TRIPLES, GAME: GENERALS: OPPONENTS: MOST HOME RUNS, GAME: GENERALS: OPPONENTS: MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME GENERALS: OPPONENTS: MOST ERRORS, GAME: GENERALS: OPPONENTS: MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (PITCHING) GENERALS: OPPONENTS: MOST WALKS, GAME (HITTING) GENERALS: OPPONENTS: MOST LEFT ON BASE, GAME GENERALS: OPPONENTS: MOST DOUBLE-PLAYS TURNED, GAME GENERALS: OPPONENTS: 2 (4/23 v PNS) 2 (4x: 4/18 at MIS) 10 (4/5 at JAX) 11 (2x: 4/23 v PNS) 8 (4/14 v MTG) 5 (6x: 4/21 v PNS) 13 (4/23 v PNS) 17 (4/4 at JAX) 7 (4/10 v MTG) 3 (2x: 4/13 v MTG) 3 (2x: 4/20 v PNS) 3 (2x: 4/10 v MTG) 3 (4/13 v MTG) 2 (2x: 4/13 v MTG) 1 (5x: 4/16 at MIS) 2 (4/13 v MTG) 3 (3x: 4/12 v MTG2) 4 (4/12 v MTG1) 1 (4/6 at JAX) 3 (4/7 at JAX) 14 (4/23 v PNS) 12 (2x: 4/19 at MIS) 0 (2x: 4/22 v PNS) 0 (3x: 4/15 at MIS) 10 (2x: 4/13 v MTG) 9 (4/13 v MTG)

TEAM HIGHS & LOWS
6 (7th 4/7 at JAX) 5 (8th 4/5 at JAX)

GENERALS INDIVIDUAL HIGHS & LOWS
SINGLE GAME HIGHS MOST HITS: MOST RUNS SCORED: MOST DOUBLES: MOST TRIPLES: MOST HOME RUNS: MOST RBI: MOST WALKS (HITTER): MOST STEALS: MOST INNINGS, START: MOST INNINGS, RELIEF: MOST STRIKEOUTS: MOST WALKS (PITCHER); MOST HITS ALLOWED: MOST ER ALLOWED: LOW HITS CG (9IP) START: 3, 5 tied (--) 3, Marder (4/13 v MTG) 2, Catricala, Morban (--) 1, 4 tied (--) 1, 6 tied (--) 3, Miller, Morban (Mil 4/18 at MIS) 3, Miller (4/14 v MTG) 2, Miller (4/12 v MTG1) 7.0, Elias, Ruffin (Last 4/23 v PNS) 3.0, 3 tied, (Last Smith 4/22 v PNS) 8 (4/4 at JAX) 5, Shankin (4/21 v PNS) 8, Ruffin (4/13 v MTG) 5, Elias (4/12 v MTG1) 0 (--)

LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 6 G - James Jones (4/8-4/14), John Hicks (4/14-4/21) LONGEST ON-BASE STREAK: 12 G - James Jones(4/8-4/20) LONGEST RBI STREAK (CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH RBI): 3 G, Steven Proscia (4/10-4/12) LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 2, Gillheeney (4/8-4/14) LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 2 - Taijuan Walker (4/4-4/10), Carson Smith (4/17-4/19). Roenis Elias (4/12-4/22) LONGEST SCORELESS INNINGS STREAK (NO RUNS OF ANY KIND): 13.1, James Gillheeney (4/8-4/19)

LARGEST COMEBACK WIN: LARGEST BLOWN LEAD (LOSS): LONGEST GAME (INNINGS): SHORTEST GAME (INNINGS): LONGEST GAME TIME: SHORTEST GAME TIME (9 INNINGS): LARGEST HOME ATTENDANCE: LARGEST ROAD ATTENDANCE: LONGEST RAIN DELAY:

TEAM MISCELLANEOUS

1, (2x: 4/23 v PNS) 3, (4/5 at JAX) 13, (4/23 v PNS) 7, (4/12 v MTG) 3:42 (4/18 at MIS) 2:13 (4/22 v PNS) 3,676 (4/12 v MTG) 5,342 (4/6 at JAX) 0:31, (4/18 at MIS)

Name INF Brad Miller RHP Hector Noesi

2013 Generals Awards

Award Dates SL Hitter of Week 4/8-4/14 SL Pitcher of Week 4/8-4/14

Name Mgr. Jim Pankovits Mgr. Jim Pankovits

2013 Generals Ejections
Date 4/10 v MTG 4/18 at MIS

Umpire Jonathan Bailey Shane Livensparger

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GENERALS COACHING STAFF
2011 Field Staff
Manager - Jim Pankovits
Quick Facts about the Generals’ Manager: Born: August 6, 1955 Birthplace: Pennington Gap, Virginia Resides: North Myrtle Beach, SC College: University of South Carolina Minor League Instructor: 18th season, Mariners Organization: 3rd year Double-A level: 8th year Generals Manager: 3rd year Born on Aug. 6, 1955…resides in North Myrtle Beach, SC…in third year as Manager of AA Jackson…led the Generals to a 79-61 record, the best in the Southern League in 2012; the 79 wins were the 3rd-most in franchise history...was a coach for team USA in the 2012 All-Star Future’s game...spent 16 years working in the Houston Astros Player Development department, including two seasons as the manager of the Tri-City ValleyCats (2009-10)… in 2010 led the ValleyCats to the New York-Penn League Championship…in addition to his managerial duties, also served as the Astros Minor League Infield Coordinator…managed at various levels in the Astros Minor League system from 1995-1999 and 2006-08…in 2006 led Salem to its first Carolina League Playoff berth since 1988, and was named the league’s Manager of the Year…prior to 2006, served six seasons as Houston’s Minor League Defense Coordinator and as the Minor League Infield coordinator in 2000…began managerial career with Boston’s AA club in New Britain (1992-94)…originally drafted by the Astros in the 4th round of the 1976 June Draft…spent parts of five seasons with the Astros, compiling a .250 average in 318 games…also played with the Pittsburgh, Los Angeles (NL) and Boston.

Coach - Cory Snyder
Quick Facts about the Generals’ Hitting Coach: Born: November 11, 1962 Birthplace: Inglewood, CA Resides: Elk Ridge, UT College: BYU Minor League Instructor: 3rd year Mariners Organization: 3rd year Double-A level: 3rd year Generals Hitting Coach: 3rd year Born Nov. 11, 1962…resides in Elk Ridge, UT with wife Tina and six children Ashley, Amberly, JC, Taylor, Aubry and Autumn…in third season in the Mariners Minor system as hitting coach for Jackson…spent four seasons managing in the independent Golden League (2007-10)…played in the Major Leagues from 1986 to 1994 with Cleveland, Chicago, Toronto, San Francisco, and Los Angeles Dodgers…prior to his pro-career, was a three-time All-American for BYU…in 1984, was on the first Olympic Baseball team for the United States, which earned a Silver Medal.

Pitching Coach - Terry Clark
Quick Facts about the Generals’ Pitching Coach: Born: October, 18, 1960 Birthplace: Los Angeles, California Resides: Ontario, Canada College: Mount San Antonio College (Walnut, CA) Minor League Instructor: 13th year Mariners Organization: 1st year Double-A level: 5th year Generals Pitching Coach: 1st year Born October, 18, 1960…resides in Ontario...has two children, Matthew and Jaclyn... Matthew is a first baseman in the San Diego Padres farm system...begins his first season in the Mariners organization as pitching coach for AA Jackson...spent four season as the Texas organization’s Triple-A pitching coach (Round Rock, 2011-12 & Oklahoma City, 2009-10)...from 2006-08 spent three sesons as pitching coach for AA Frisco...prior to joining the Frisco staff, spent five seasons as a coach in the Cleveland organization...was at AAA Buffalo in 2003 and 2004...was the pitching coach for AA Akron from 2001-02 and spent one season with Mahoning Valley in the New York-Penn League in 2000...guided the Akron pitching staff to an Eastern League-leading 3.09 ERA in 2002...played professional baseball for 20 years, including parts of six seasons in the Major Leagues...originally selected by St. Louis in the 23rd round of the 1979 draft...during his pro career, played for 10 different organizations: St. Louis, California, Houston, Cleveland, San Diego, Atlanta, Baltimore, Kansas City, Texas and Oakland...in 91 career Major League games went 10-23 with 1 save and a 5.54 ERA (143 ER, 232.2 IP)...while working mostly out of the bullpen during his minor league career, compiled a 133-95 record with 72 saves and a 3.57 ERA.

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FIRST HALF DAY-BY-DAY
DATE OPP. Thu, 4/4 @JAX Fri, 4/5 @JAX Sat, 4/6 @JAX Sun, 4/7 @JAX Mon, 4/8 @JAX Wed, 4/10 MTG Fri, 4/12 MTG Fri, 4/12 MTG Sat, 4/13 MTG Sun, 4/14 MTG Mon, 4/15 @MIS Tue, 4/16 @MIS Wed, 4/17 @MIS Thu, 4/18 @MIS Fri, 4/19 @MIS Sat, 4/20 PNS Sun, 4/21 PNS Mon, 4/22 PNS Tue, 4/23 PNS Wed, 4/24 PNS Thu, 4/25 @CHA Fri, 4/26 @CHA Sat, 4/27 @CHA Sun, 4/28 @CHA Mon, 4/29 @CHA April Totals: Wed, 5/1 JAX Thu, 5/2 JAX Fri, 5/3 JAX Sat, 5/4 JAX Sat, 5/4 JAX Tue, 5/7 @HVL Wed, 5/8 @HVL Thu, 5/9 @HVL Fri, 5/10 @HVL Sat, 5/11 @HVL Sun, 5/12 TNS Mon, 5/13 TNS Tue, 5/14 TNS Wed, 5/15 TNS Thu, 5/16 TNS Fri, 5/17 BIR Sat, 5/18 BIR Sat, 5/18 BIR Sun, 5/19 BIR Mon, 5/20 BIR Thu, 5/23 @MTG Fri, 5/24 @MTG Sat, 5/25 @MTG Sun, 5/26 @MTG Mon, 5/27 @MTG Tue, 5/28 HVL Wed, 5/29 HVL Thu, 5/30 HVL Fri, 5/31 HVL May Totals: Sat, 6/1 HVL Sun, 6/2 @TNS Mon, 6/3 @TNS Tue, 6/4 @TNS Wed, 6/5 @TNS Thu, 6/6 @TNS Fri, 6/7 CHA Sat, 6/8 CHA Sun, 6/9 CHA Mon, 6/10 CHA Tue, 6/11 CHA Thu, 6/13 @BIR Fri, 6/14 @BIR Sat, 6/15 @BIR Sun, 6/16 @BIR Mon, 6/17 @BIR First Half Totals: TIME SCORE RECORD 6:05 L, 5-3 0-1 6:05 L, 5-3 0-2 6:05 L, 1-0 0-3 2:05 W, 10-0 1-3 11:05 W, 1-0 2-3 7:05 L, 4-3 2-4 5:05 L, 5-4 2-5 G2 W, 4-2 3-5 6:05 W, 10-9 (10) 4-5 6:05 W, 7-1 5-5 7:00 W, 1-0 6-5 11:00 L, 2-1 6-6 11:00 L, 3-2 6-7 7:00 S L, 8-7 (11) 6-8 7:00 L, 4-3 6-9 6:05 L, 4-3 (11) 6-10 6:05 W, 7-3 7-10 7:05 L, 3-0 7-11 7:05 W, 2-1 (13) 8-11 11:05 6:15 6:15 6:15 1:15 6:15 0-0 (0-0 Home, 0-0 Road) 7:05 7:05 7:05 4:05 G2 6:43 6:43 6:43 6:43 6:43 6:05 7:05 7:05 11:05 7:05 7:05 4:05 G2 6:05 12:05 7:05 7:05 6:35 6:05 2:05 7:05 7:05 7:05 7:05 0-0 (0-0 Home, 0-0 Road) 6:05 4:00 6:15 6:15 6:15 11:00 7:05 6:05 6:05 7:05 12:05 7:05 7:05 6:30 3:00 11:30 0-0 (0-0 Home, 0-0 Road) PLACE (+/-) T-3rd 5th 5th 5th T-4th T-3rd 4th T-3rd T-3rd T-2nd T-2nd (-1.0) T-2nd (-1.0) T-3rd (-2.0) T-4th (-3.0) T-3rd (-3.0) 5th (-4.0) T-4th (-3.0) 5th (-4.0) T-4th (3.0) WIN Flynn (1-0) Varner (1-0) McGough (1-0) Ruffin (1-0) Gillheeney (1-0) Buschmann (1-1) Fleming (2-0) Noesi (1-0) Snow (1-1) Gillheeney (2-0) Walker (1-2) Thomas (2-1) Lamm (2-1) Shreve (1-0) Lee (2-0) Hyde (1-2) Shankin (1-0) Smith (2-2) Hill (1-1) LOSS Walker (0-1) Arias (0-1) Snow (0-1) Neil (0-1) Dyson (0-1) Walker (0-2) Elias (0-1) Kelly (0-1) Sandoval (0-1) Mateo (0-2) Northcraft (0-2) Snow (1-2) Smith (0-1) Kohlscheen (0-1) Smith (0-2) Hernandez (0-1) Renken (1-1) Elias (0-2) Ravin (0-1) SAVE Brady (1) Lazo (1) --Smith (1) Sandoval (1) Sandoval (2) Smith (2) -Smith (3) Burgoon (1) Harper (3) ----Kohlscheen (1) Partch (4) -GAME TIME 2:25 2:45 2:21 2:17 2:33 2:39 2:24 2:24 3:15 2:41 2:34 2:22 2:27 3:42 3:16 3:15 2:28 2:13 3:32 ATT. 4,853 4,320 5,342 3,821 1,711 976 -3,676 3,576 786 1,265 3,022 5,098 1,447 3,008 2,374 890 811 801

.000, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB

0.00 ERA, 0 K, 0 SV

.000, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB

0.00 ERA, 0 K, 0 SV

.00, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB

0.00 ERA, 0 K, 0 SV

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SECOND HALF DAY-BY-DAY
DATE OPP. Wed, 6/19 MOB Thu, 6/20 MOB Fri, 6/21 MOB Sat, 6/22 MOB Sun, 6/23 MOB Mon, 6/24 @TNS Tue, 6/25 @TNS Wed, 6/26 @TNS Thu, 6/27 @TNS Fri, 6/28 @TNS Sat, 6/29 BIR Sun, 6/30 BIR June Totals: Mon, 7/1 BIR Tue, 7/2 BIR Wed, 7/3 BIR Thu, 7/4 @PNS Fri, 7/5 @PNS Sat, 7/6 @PNS Sun, 7/7 @PNS Mon, 7/8 @PNS Wed, 7/10 TNS Thu, 7/11 TNS Fri, 7/12 TNS Sat, 7/13 TNS Sun, 7/14 TNS Thu, 7/18 MIS Fri, 7/19 MIS Sat, 7/20 MIS Sun, 7/21 MIS Mon, 7/22 MIS Tue, 7/23 @CHA Wed, 7/24 @CHA Thu, 7/25 @CHA Fri, 7/26 @CHA Sat, 7/27 @CHA Sun, 7/28 HVL Mon, 7/29 HVL Tue, 7/30 HVL Wed, 7/31 HVL July Totals: Thu, 8/1 HVL Fri, 8/2 @MOB Sat, 8/3 @MOB Sun, 8/4 @MOB Mon, 8/5 @MOB Tue, 8/6 @MOB Wed, 8/7 @MIS Thu, 8/8 @MIS Fri, 8/9 @MIS Sat, 8/10 @MIS Sun, 8/11 @MIS Tue, 8/13 MTG Wed, 8/14 MTG Thu, 8/15 MTG Fri, 8/16 MTG Sat, 8/17 MTG Sun, 8/18 @MOB Mon, 8/19 @MOB Tue, 8/20 @MOB Wed, 8/21 @MOB Thu, 8/22 @MOB Fri, 8/23 CHA Sat, 8/24 CHA Sun, 8/25 CHA Mon, 8/26 CHA Tue, 8/27 CHA Thu, 8/29 @HVL Fri, 8/30 @HVL Sat, 8/31 @HVL August Totals: Sun, 9/1 @HVL Mon, 9/2 @HVL September Totals: TIME SCORE RECORD 7:05 7:05 7:05 6:05 6:05 6:15 6:15 6:15 6:15 6:15 6:05 6:00 0-0 (0-0 Home, 0-0 Road) 7:05 7:05 7:05 4:00 7:00 6:30 4:00 7:00 7:05 7:05 7:05 6:05 6:05 7:05 7:05 6:05 6:05 12:05 6:15 6:15 6:15 6:15 6:15 6:05 7:05 7:05 7:05 0-0 (0-0 Home, 0-0 Road) 7:05 7:05 7:05 5:05 7:05 7:05 7:00 7:00 7:00 6:00 5:00 7:05 7:05 7:05 7:05 6:05 5:05 7:05 7:05 7:05 7:05 7:05 6:05 6:05 7:05 7:05 6:43 6:43 6:43 0-0 (0-0 Home, 0-0 Road) 4:03 1:43 0-0 (0-0 Home, 0-0 Road) PLACE (+/-) WIN LOSS SAVE GAME TIME ATT.

.000, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB

0.00 ERA, 0 K, 0 SV

.000, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB

0.00 ERA, 0 K, 0 SV

.000, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB .000, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB

0.00 ERA, 0 K, 0 SV 0.00 ERA, 0 K, 0 SV

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GENERALS TRANSACTIONS
DATE
April 2 April 13 April 13 April 15 April 15 April 19 Opening Day Roster released: Pitchers (12+1): Jonathan Arias, Tyler Burgoon, Roenis Elias, James Gillheeney, Nick Hill, Andrew Kittredge, Stephen Kohlscheen, Hector Noesi, Chance Ruffin, Carson Smith, Forrest Snow, Taijuan Walker. Catchers (2): Brandon Bantz, John Hicks. Infielders (6): Leury Bonilla, Vinnie Catricala, Jack Marder, Brad Miller, Gabriel Noriega, Steven Proscia. Outfielders (5): Abraham Almonte, . DL (1): Anthony Fernandez, Moises Hernandez, Mickey Wiswall RHP Andrew Kittredge promoted to AAA Tacoma RHP Moises Hernandez activated from 7-day DL RHP Hector Noesi promoted to AAA Tacoma RHP Brett Shankin activated from A+ High Desert INF Leury Bonilla promoted to AAA Tacoma

MOVE

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