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DOUBLE-A SOUTHERN LEAGUE AFFILIATE OF THE SEATTLE MARINERS

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GAME INFORMATION

GAME #94 • SECOND HALF #28 • SERIES #20 • HOME GAME #50
Jackson Generals 12-15 (41-52) vs. Mississippi Braves 13-15 (51-47)
LHP James Gillheeney (3-4, 3.84) vs. RHP Aaron Northcraft (3-8, 4.17) Sunday, July 21, 2013 • 6:05 p.m. • The Ballpark at Jackson • Jackson, TN
Opponent vs. Mississippi at Chattanooga at Chattanooga at Chattanooga

UPCOMING GAMES AND PROBABLE PITCHERS: ALL TIMES CDT
Date July 22 July 23 July 24 July 25 Time 12:05 6:15 6:15 6:15

- BY THE NUMBERS Extra-inning games played by the Generals this season. 2nd-most in SL

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a REGULAR SEASON SUMMARY
Streak: Last 10 Games: Long Winning Streak: Long Losing Streak: The Ballpark at Jackson: Road: Day: Night: Series Openers: Rubber Games: Series Records: Lost 1 4-6 4, (4/12-4/15, 7/6-7/8) 5, (3 times, 7/10-7/13) 21-28 20-24 7-7 33-44 10-10 5-5 7-12

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:

21-20 20-32 29-37 12-15 25-13 25-7 4-8 1-3-3 11-14 12-14 11-15 7-9 0-0 0-0 14-18 15-13 11-18 1-3

Generals vs. Mississippi in 2012 - 15 G
This Season: 3-4 All Time: 84-82 Home: 2-0 Road: 1-4 Offense: .238, 3 HR Pitching: 3.27, 57 K Batting Average: Hits: Doubles: Triples: Stolen Bases: NORTH Tennessee (CHC) ) Birmingham (CHW) Huntsville (MIL) Chattanooga (LAD) GENERALS (SEA)

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:

33-7 34-4 30-5 6-11 3-11 3-8 2-32 2-33 0-30 8 6 6 9 6-0 28-14 14-22 18-23 16-31

TODAY’S GAME: the Generals continue their 10-game homestand (2-6) tonight with game #4 of the 5-game series with the Mississippi Braves at The Ballpark in Jackson...this is the M-Braves’ first and only visit to Jackson this season. The Braves lead the season series 5-3 while Jackson leads the all-time series 84-83...5-year-old LHP James Gillheeney starts game 4 of the series....This is his 4th career start vs. MIS and is 0-3 with a 8.84 ERA in those games in 2010, 2011 and 2012 DID YOU KNOW?: that despite the Generals’ 41-52 record this season Jackson has a winning record, 21-20 against South Division opponents. GENERALS RECAP: The Generals scored a run in the bottom of the 8th inning to take a 5-4 lead, but allowed 1 run in the top of the 9th inning to tie the game and 2 in the 11th as Jackson lost to Mississippi 5-7 in 11 innings on Saturday night. RF James Jones (3x6, R) led the team with 3 hits, while, DH Steven Proscia (2x4, R, BB), CF Denny Almonte (2x5, RBI) and LF Jack Marder (2x3, R, HR, 3 RBI) each recorded 3 of the Generals 10 hits. Starter Trever Miller (6.0,5,4,4,2,2,HR) allowed 4 runs on 5 hits in 6.0 innings, but did not figure into the decision after leaving with a 5-4 lead. LH Kyle Hunter (1.1,3,0,0,0,1) and RH Tyler Burgoon (0.2,0,0,0,0,0) combined to hold the Braves scoreless over the 7th and 8th innings. RH Carson Smith (1.0,0,0,0,3,1) allowed the tying run to score in the top of the 9th inning, while RH Andrew Kittredge (2.0,4,2,2,2,2) picked up his 3rd loss after allowing 2 runs in the top of the 11th inning. NEWS & NOTES: 36 of first 93 games have been 1-run games (14-22) which is the 5th in all of minors...51 of 93 games have been decided by 2-or-fewer runs (18-33) and 12 have been extra-inning games (4-8)...In games decided by 3+ runs the Generals are 23-18. • ALUMNI REPORT: Tacoma OF Stefen Romero has hit safely in 14 of his last 17 games, batting .309 (21x68) with 9 runs scored, 6 doubles, 1 home run, 13 RBI, 4 RBI and 1 SB . He is the first Rainiers player to hit 2 or more grand slams in a season since Mike Carp hit 2 in 2010 • SEATTLE GENERALS:...there are currently (7) players on the Seattle Mariners active roster that were members of the 2012 Jackson Generals (INF Nick Franklin, INF Brad Miller C Jesus Sucre (15-day DL), C Mike Zunino and RHP Yoervis Medina, LHP Bobby LaFromboise, RHP Stephen Pryor (60-day DL). In total, (9) 2012 Generals have made their MLB debuts and (3) 2013 Generals. (C Brandon Bantz, RHP Hector Noesi, INF Brad Miller). • THE HOME STRETCH: The Generals are in the midst of playing 25 games in 25 days and 45 games in 47 days to close out the 2013 regular season. At the conclusion of the current series the Generals will have 15 home games and 25 road games remaining. • WELCOME TO DOUBLE-A MR. LEONE: Generals reliever Dominic Leone is the 3rd member of the 2012 draft class to reach Double-A this season (Zunino, Taylor). The 21-year-old out of Clemson has tossed 3.0 hitless innings with 5 strikeouts in his first 2 Jackson outings. • TAYLOR ADDING UP THE HITS: SS Chris Taylor recorded his 100th hit of the season on June 30 vs. Birmingham. He was the first Mariners farmhand to record at least 100 hits. Taylor is batting .343 (24x70) with 12 runs scored, 4 doubles, 2 triples, 1 home run, 7 RBI, 11 walks and 4 stolen base in last 18 games. • LEADER OF THE GOON SQUAD: RH Tyler Burgoon has allowed only 1 run over his last 17.1 innings in relief (12 G). During this stretch he has limited opponents to a .115 average (6x52), while walking 8 and striking out 19. He has recorded at least 1 strikeout out in 22 of 25 appearances with Jackson (48 strikeouts overall), including 8 outings with at least 3 strikeouts. • ALL ABOUT THE JI-MAN: Quietly, 1B Ji-Man Choi is having one of the best seasons in the Mariners farm system. Overall this season in A+ and AA he is batting .295 (86x292) with 13 home runs and 58 RBI. He ranks 10th in AVG, 4th in HR’s and 4th in RBI in the organization. • THE THREE CAVALIERS: With the addition of INF Chris Taylor at the start the 2nd half, the Generals current roster features 3 former Virginia Cavaliers in Taylor INF Steven Proscia and C John Hicks. AAA Tacoma’s roster features 2 former UVA alums in pitcher’s Andrew Carraway and Danny Hultzen. Both were 2012 Generals. • WE GOTCHA!!...Jackson catchers lead the SL catching 53.2% of base stealers (50 CS, 94 Att). The next closest is Birmingham which is throwing out 35.8% of base runners. • BASEBALL AMERICA PROSPECTS: The Generals roster features 8 of the Mariners Top 30 prospects, according to Baseball America. Those include: RHP Carson Smith (16), OF Leon Landry (17), INF Jack Marder (20), C John Hicks (21), OF Julio Morban (23), INF Chris Taylor (28), INF Ramon Morla (29) and LHP Anthony Fernandez (30).

jacksongeneralsbaseball.com & TuneIn Radio App. Pitcher LHP Roenis Elias (5-8, 2.87) vs. RHP Gary Moran (0-1, 3.10) LHP Anthony Fernandez (5-5, 4.46) vs. RHP Andres Santiago (3-8, 4.73) LHP Anthony Vasquez (1-0, 2.43) vs. RHP Duke von Schamann (2-2, 3.02) RHP Trevor Miller (0-0, 6.00) vs. RHP Yimi Garcia (4-4, 2.64)

Today’s game broadcasted on 96.5 ESPN RADIO,

REGULAR SEASON TEAM LEADERS - (LEAGUE RANK)
Morban, (.297) Jones, (86) Morban, (15) Jones, (9) (T-1st) Jones, (23) (T-5th) GB -3.5 5.5 6.0 6.0 Home Runs: RBI: OBP: Slugging: Total Bases: Proscia, (7) Jones, (42) Morban, (.350) Morban, (.461) Jones, (132)
Date 7/21 7/22 8/1 8/15 8/16 Opp. MIS MIS HVL MTG MTG

REGULAR SEASON TOTALS
AVG: HR: 2B: 3B: SB: BB: .238 (6th) 62 (6th) 134 (7th) 24 (2nd) 109 (3rd) 257 (10th) ERA: SO: BB: WHIP: Holds: Saves: 3.32 (4th) 713 (4th) 296 (8th) 1.25 (4th) 21 (10th) 16 (10th)

Wins: ERA: Strikeouts: Saves: Innings Pitched:

Elias, Fernandez (5) Elias, (2.87) (6th) Elias, (89) Smith, (10) Elias, (103.1)
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Southern League Second Half Standings Rec 18-9 15-13 13-15 12-15 12-15 SOUTH Mobile (ARI) Jacksonville (MIA) Mississippi (ATL) Pensacola (CIN) Montgomery (TB) Rec 16-12 14-13 13-15 13-15 12-16 GB -1.5 3.0 3.0 4.0

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GENERALS BLOG

1988 The Yankees trade Jay Buhner, minor league prospect Rich Balabon, and a player to be named later (Troy Evers) to the Mariners in exchange for 33 year-old Ken Phelps. The one-sided deal will be immortalized on Seinfield by Frank Costanza, George ‘s dad, when he laments the Bronx Bombers’ poor judgment, “How could you have traded Buhner for Ken Phelps?”. 2008 Diamondback left-hander Randy Johnson becomes the first major leaguer to collect 2,000 strikeouts for two different teams. The Arizona southpaw, who fanned 2,162 batters pitching for the Mariners from 1989-98, whiffs Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez to earn the distinction.

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TODAY’S GENERALS STARTER
James Gillheeney | LHP | #45
2013 Breakdown:
w/JXN w/TAC Home Road vs. MIS W/L 3-4 2-2 1-2 2-2 0-0

12 GS - 3-4, 3.84 ERA
ERA GS IP 3.84 12 61.0 4.50 6/5 32.0 3.67 6 34.1 4.05 6 26.2 3.38 1 5.1 H 57 30 30 27 8

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

DT OPP SCR 4/8 @JAX W, 1-0 4/14 MTG W, 7-1 4/19 @MIS L, 4-3 4/24 PNS L, 8-4 APRIL: 4 GS, 2-0, 1.21 Career Breakdown: 6/3 @TNS L, 7-1 6/9 CHA W, 5-4 W/L ERA GS IP H R ER BB SO HR 6/15 @BIR W, 3-0 Minors 30-33 4.57 104 563.0 570 329 286 201 503 79 6/21 MOB L, 5-1 Jackson 5-10 4.65 28 147.0 143 86 76 58 104 20 6/26 @TNS L, 6-0 vs. MIS 0-3 8.84 3 11.2 21 13 11 5 8 1 JUNE: 4 GS, 1-3, 6.45 MLB 0-0 0.00 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7/2 BIR W, 3-2 @PNS W, 5-4 Tonight’s Start: 25-year-old LHP James Gillheeney starts game 4 of the series.... 7/7 This is his 4th career start vs. MIS and is 0-3 with a 8.84 ERA in those games in 2010, 7/13 TNS L, 5-0 2011 and 2012...Gillheeney made 6 appearances and 5 starts for Triple-A Tacoma 7/21 MIS this season posting a 2-2 record with a 4.50 ERA. JULY: 3 GS, 0-1, 3.86

R 29 17 17 12 2

ER 26 16 14 12 2

BB 21 9 14 7 1

SO 33 24 19 14 2

HR 8 5 6 2 0

GILLHEENEY’S 2013 JACKSON STARTS
W-L W W ND ND L ND W L L ND ND L IP 5.0 6.0 5.1 6.0 22.1 4.0 2.0 5.0 6.0 5.1 22.1 7.1 2.0 7.0 16.1 H 3 3 8 3 17 5 4 2 5 8 24 3 1 12 16 R 0 1 2 3 6 4 3 0 3 6 16 2 0 5 7 ER 0 0 2 1 3 4 3 0 3 6 16 2 0 5 7 BB 1 3 1 3 8 1 1 2 2 1 7 3 1 2 6 SO 2 1 2 3 8 1 2 5 4 2 14 4 2 5 11 HR 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 4 1 0 3 4

SCR LEFT PC-K 1-0 74-46 4-1 90-50 2-1 98-61 3-3 -.207 0-4 58-35 0-3 38-24 3-0 72-45 1-3 75-48 0-6 84-54 .279 2-2 99-56 1-0 26-17 5-0 102-62 .227
SCR LEFT -.182 -----.271 .254

Last Outing: Gilheeney surrendered 3 home runs and allowed 5 runs on a seasonhigh 12 hits suffering the loss last Saturday to Tennessee. Gillheeney walked 2 and struck out 5 in the 5-0 loss to the Smokies. PERSONAL:...James A. Gillheeney…graduated from Bishop Hendricken (RI) High School in 2006… attended North Carolina State University, 2007-09… 2013 Season: ...Began season with Jackson posting a 2-0 record and a 1.21 ERA in 4 starts. • Promoted to AAA Ta coma on April 29, w/ TAC 6G, 5GS, 2-2, 4.50 ERA, 25 SO, 9 BB. • Sent back to Jackson on May 27 after final start for Tacoma on 5/26 at Reno

GILLHEENEY’S 2013 AAA STARTS w/TAC
DT OPP SCR W-L 4/30 TUC W, 4-0 W APRIL: 1 GS, 1-0, 0.00 5/5 @REN W, 6-5 W 5/10 @OKC L, 1-0 L 5/16 MEM L, 6-5 ND 5/21 NAS W, 8-7 ND 5/26 @REN L, 8-4 L MAY: 5G, 4 GS, 1-2, 5.68 Totals w/TAC: 6 G,5 GS, 2-2, 4.50 IP 6.2 6.2 6.0 6.1 5.1 3.0 4.2 25.1 32.0 H 4 4 6 3 6 4 7 26 30 R 0 0 5 1 5 1 5 17 17 ER 0 0 4 1 5 1 5 16 16 BB 1 1 0 1 2 2 3 8 9 SO 9 9 5 5 1 1 4 16 25 HR 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 5 5

PC-K 90-61 86-58 82-55 84-47 54-32 92-56

2012 Season: Made 23 starts with High Desert before being promoted to Jackson on Aug. 9… • His 148 strikeouts combined between High Desert and Jackson led all Mariners farmhands… • 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)

vs. LH: .264, 1-HR vs. RH: .249, 7-HR Overall: .252, 8-HR Day: 1-0, 0.82 ERA Night: 2-4, 4.69 ERA Record in Starts: 5-6

2013 SPLITS

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…

Long Outing: 7.1 (7/2 v BIR) Strikeouts: 5 (2x: 7/13 v TNS) Walks: 3 (3x: 7/2 v BIR) HR All’d: 3 (7/13 v TNS) Hits All’d: 12 (7/13 v TNS) Runs All’d: 6 (6/26 at TNS) Win Streak: 2 (4/8-4/14) Loss Streak: 2 (6/21-6/26)

2013 SEASON HIGHS

TOMORROW’S GENERALS STARTER

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GENERALS BULLPEN bullpen notes NOTES
Season Totals Starters Relievers The Ballpark in Jackson Road April May June July W-L 41-52 25-27 14-22 21-28 20-24 11-14 12-14 11-15 7-9 ERA 3.30 3.27 3.36 3.28 3.28 2.90 3.44 4.06 2.43 CG/SV 2/16 2/0 0/12 1/6 1/10 0/6 0/2 2/5 0/3

TEAM PITCHING
IP 810.1 508.2 302.2 445.0 365.1 223.1 225.0 215.0 147.0 H 715 433 263 394 321 174 205 216 120

R 347 227 120 206 141 83 106 106 42

ER 299 186 113 166 133 72 86 97 44

BB-I 296-20 168-1 112-17 160 136 89-6 70-4 79-4 58-6

SO 713 375 317 396 317 201 201 185 126

HR 71 45 19 42 29 12 26 19 14

PITCHER LAST APP. IP,H,R,ER,BB,K LAST WIN 55 - Burgoon (rhp) Thu 7/20 v MIS 0.2,0,0,0,0,0 7/7 at PNS 33 - Hernandez (rhp) Wed 7/3 v BIR 4.0,3,2,2,0,2 5/27 at MTG 54 - Hill (lhp) Fri 7/19 v MIS 0.2,2,0,0,0,1 6/9 v CHA 41 - Hunter (lhp) Fri 7/20 v MIS 1.1,3,0,0,0,1 6/6 at TNS 24 - Kittredge (rhp) Fri 7/20 v MIS 2.0,4,2,2,2,2 7/2 v BIR 30 - Kohlscheen (rhp) Fri 7/19 v MIS 1.1,2,1,1,0,3 7/8 at PNS 25 - Leone (lhp) Sat 7/19 v MIS 2.0,0,0,0,0,4 7/19 v MIS 40 - Shackleford (rhp) Thu 7/18 v MIS 1.0,2,1,1,0,0 33 - Smith (rhp) Thu 7/20 v MIS 1.0,1,1,1,3,1 #24 - TYLER BURGOON, RHP Last HR: 5/28 v HVL 2013: 27 G, 4-3, 2.19 ERA, 3-7 SV, 3 HLD .318 vs. LH, .207 vs. RH Season High IP: 2.0 (5x: 6/23 v MOB) Season High ER: 3 (6/4 at TNS) Season High K: 4 (3x: 5/18 v BIR) Season High BB: 3 (4/18 at MIS)
Career: 130 G, 19-11, 2.96 ERA College: Michigan Years Pro: 4 Age: 23 • OBTAINED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent with the Mariners in 2006 • Signed originally as a catcher. Played first three seasons behind the plate. Made pro pitching debut in 2009 and re-signed with the Mariners Oct. 31, 2012. • As a hitter, three seasons, .210/2/30 • Split ‘12 season between High Desert (April 6-June 20) and Jackson (June 21-end of season)...tossed at least 2.0 innings in 19 of 46 relief appearances. • In ‘11 w/ Clinton led all Midwest League relievers in strikeouts per 9.0 IP with a 14.35 average (101 K in 63.1 IP); only full-time reliever in the MWL to strike out 100 batters…

GENERALS BULLPEN BRIEFS
LAST SAVE 6/20 v MOB

SV/OPP RI/STRANDED 3-7 9-0 0-0 6-2 0-1 15-7 4/29 at CHA 1-1 11-0 7/20 v MIS 0-1 2-2 4/21 v PNS 6/19 v MOB 1-2 14-4 0-0 0-0 7/8 at PNS 1-2 2-0 7/7 at PNS 6/16 at BIR 10-15 12-3 #25 - DOMINIC LEONE, RHP Last HR: 2013: 2 G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0-0 SV, 0 HLD .000 vs. LH, .000 vs. RH Season High IP: 2.0 (7/19 v MIS) Season High ER: -Season High K: 4 (7/19 v MIS) Season High BB: --

LAST LOSS 7/12 v TNS 4/24 v PNS 7/1 v BIR

Career: .52 G, 3-1, 1.80 ERA College: Clemson Years Pro: 2 Age: 21 • OBTAINED: Mariners 16th round selection in the 2012 draft • Began ‘13 season with A- Clinton going 0-0 with a 0.00 ERA in 3 games, 6.1 IP...w/ A+ High Desert was 0-1 with a 2.50 ERA in 29 games, 39.2 IP and 12 saves. • Sent to AA Jackson on 7/13 and tossed 1.0 scoreless inning w/ 1K that night vs. TNS. • In ‘12 began pro career with Everett…finished tied for the team lead in saves and appearances… held opponents scoreless in 15 of 19 appearances. 3-0 with a 1.36 ERA in 19 games with 5 saves. • Was rated as the #1 high school prospect in Connecticut in 2009

#54 - NICK HILL, LHP Last HR: 2013: 31 G, 2-3, 2.33 ERA, 0-1 SV, 5 HLD .161 vs. LH, .267 vs. RH Season High IP: 2.0 (6x: 6/6 at TNS) Season High ER: 3 (7/1 v BIR) Season High K: 5 (5/10 at HVL) Season High BB: 2 (2x: 4/29 at CHA)

#41 - KYLE HUNTER, LHP Last HR: 7/7 at PNS 2013: 24 G, 1-0, 1.19 ERA, 1-1 SV, 1 HLD .206 vs. LH, .204 vs. RH Season High IP: 5.0 (7/12 v TNS) Season High ER: 2 (5/18 v BIR) Season High K: 5 (7/12 v TNS) Season High BB: 2 (6/16 at BIR)

Career: 108 G, 17-9, 3.47 ERA College: Auburn Years Pro: 4 Age: 24 Career: 158 G, 12-21, 3.47 ERA College: Army Years Pro: 8 Age: 28 • OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 45th round of the 2010 MLB Draft. • OBTAINED: Drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 7th round of the 2007 Draft • Spent majority of the ‘12 season with A+ High Desert (May 28-July 29, Aug. 1-Sept 1), but • Did not pitch in 2011 or 2012...Spent ‘11 season on the disabled list after having UCL also appeared games with A- Clinton (April 5-27) and Jackson (July 30-31). surgery on left elbow April 7…Missed entire 2012 season with a stress fracture in left foot… • Split ‘11 season between Clinton and Everett (June 25-Aug. 6)...combined to go 7-0 with made 2 appearances on rehab assignment with AZL Mariners, July 17-21. a 2.51 ERA (20 ER, 71.2 IP) in 14 starts. • Spent parts of 2008-2010 seasons in Jackson. 9 games in ‘08, 36 games in ‘09, 28 • Was drafted previously by both the Phillies and Marlins but did not sign games in ‘10. #40 - STEPHEN SHACKLEFORD, RHP Last HR: 7/18 v MIS (Bethencourt) • Spent ‘09 season with West Tenn appearing in 36 games, 9 starts…named West Tenn’s 2013: 10 G, 1-0, 3.29 ERA, 1-2 SV, 2 HLD .246 vs. LH, .208 vs. RH Most Valuable Pitcher by the Mariners.

#55 - STEPHEN KOHLSCHEEN, RHP Last HR: 7/19 v MIS 2013: 29 G, 3-3, 2.98 ERA, 1-2 SV, 4 HLD .258 vs. LH, .208 vs. RH Season High IP: 3.1 (7/8 at PNS) Season High ER: 3 (2x: 6/24 at TNS) Season High K: 7 (5/17 v BIR) Season High BB: 3 (6/19 v MOB)

Season High IP: 2.0 (3x: 7/11 v TNS) Season High K: 3 (6/25 at TNS)

Career: 90 G, 9-8, 2.35 ERA College: Kansas State Years Pro: 3 Age: 24 • OBTAINED: Mariners 31st round selection in the 2011 draft • Made spot start on 5/18 in game 2 of DH v BIR (2nd career start), 4IP, 2 R, 1 BB, 1 K, ND • Began ‘13 season with A+ High Desert 1-1, 3.65 ERA, 8G, 12.1IP, 12K/4BB, transferred to Jackson on 4/27 and pitched that night @CHA 1.0,1,0,0,0,2 • Spent ‘12 season with Clinton…tossed at least 2.0 innings in 25 games, including 14 of final 17 appearances… • Went 3-0 with a 1.71 ERA (4 ER, 21.1 IP) in 9 games in August…led all Midwest League reliever with 84.2 innings and lowest walk per 9.0 inning ratio (1.17)

Career: 105 G, 14-8, 2.96 ERA College: Savannah Coll of Arts & Design Years Pro: 4 Age: 24 • OBTAINED: Signed as a Minor League free agent on May 23, 2012 • Began season w/ A+ High Desert, 24 G, 2-2, 2.52, 7 S, 25 IP...promoted to Jackson on 6/7. • Began ‘12 season with the Florence Freedom (2 G, 1-0, 9.00) (Frontier League) before signing with the Mariners on May 23. • Led Clinton last season w/ 11 saves, despite only appearing in 28 games…held opponents scoreless in 22 of 28 appearances, including a season-high 14.2 consecutive innings without an earned run, Aug. 9-Sept. 2. • Spent ‘11 season with Salem-Keizer (SF) 2-2, 5.21, 20 G. • Graduated from Trinity (FL) High School in June, 2007…attended Savannah College of Art & Design from 2008-10…originally selected in the 35th round of the 2010 June draft by the San Francisco Giants

Season High ER: 2 (6/30 v BIR) Season High BB: 3 (7/8 at PNS)

#24 - ANDREW KITTREDGE, RHP Last HR: 2013: 17 G, 1-3, 6.23 ERA, 0-1 SV, 1 HLD .333 vs. LH, .409 vs. RH Season High IP: 2.2 (7/2 v BIR) Season High ER: 3 (2x: 7/7 at PNS) Season High K: 3 (2x: 4/10 v MTG) Season High BB: 2 (2x: 7/2 v BIR)

#31 - CARSON SMITH, RHP Last HR: 6/10 v CHA 2013: 32 G, 0-3, 2.70 ERA, 10-15 SV, 0 HLD .297 vs. LH, .172 vs. RH Season High IP: 2.0 (4/22 v PNS) Season High ER: 2 (2x: 6/10 v CHA) Season High K: 4 (4/22 v PNS) Season High BB: 3 (7/20 v MIS)
Career: 79 G, 5-4, 2.80 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: 52 G, 4-2, 5.22 ERA College: U of Washington Years Pro: 3 Age: 23 • OBTAINED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on August 21, 2011. • Spent majority of ‘12 season with A+ High Desert (July 2-18 and July 27-Sept. 1), but also appeared in games with A- Clinton (May 28-June 13, June 20-21, June 26-July 1) and Jackson (June 14-19, June 22-25, July 19-26). • Was selected by the Mariners in the 45th round of the 2008 June Draft, but did not sign and returned to UW.

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GENERALS HITTERS NOTES
#15 - DENNY ALMONTE, OF Multi-Hit Games: 7 Last Game: 2x5, RBI, K Last HR: 6/16 at BIR Series: 4x12, 2B, R, SB, RBI, 2 K .150 vs. LH, .183 vs. RH Streak: 1: 8 of 17 Season Highs: hits: 2 (7x:7/20 v MIS)..RBI: 2 (6/16 at BIR)
Career: .247, 94 HR, 385 RBI College: N/A Years Pro: 7
• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 2nd round of the 2007 Draft • Added to Jackson roster on 5/23 from extended spring...opened season with AAA Tacoma. w/ TAC .163/3/9, 3 2B, 1 3B, 4 SB, (15x92). • In ‘12 appeared in 124 games with Jackson, .249/12/53, 20 2B, 5 3B, 24 SB …named to the Southern League All-Star Team as the starting CF (1x2, R, HR, RBI)…hit 5 of his 12 home runs during a 7-game stretch from April 20-26, including hit 2 home runs on April 21 at Huntsville (4x5, 3 R, 2B, 2 HR, 4 RBI) and April 26 vs. Tennessee (3x3, 3 R, 2 HR, 3 RBI)…recorded season-high 11-game hit streak, June 1-11 (.395/17x43, 6 R, 3 2B, HR, 3 RBI). • Spent ‘11 season with High Desert…set career-highs in nearly every offensive category, including at-bats, runs scored, hits, doubles, home runs RBI and stolen bases. • Graduated from Florida Christian (FL) School in June, 2007.

Age: 24

#6 - LEON LANDRY, OF Multi-Hit Games: 14 Last Game: 0x1, Pinch Hitter Last HR: 7/3 v BIR (Nix) Series: 2x8, 3B, 4 RBI, R, BB, K .218 vs. LH, .232 vs. RH Streak: 0: 18 of 31 Season Highs: hits: 3 (3x,6/15 at BIR)…RBI: 4 (7/18 v MIS)
Career: .305, 23 HR, 159 RBI College: LSU Years Pro: 4

#13 - JI-MAN CHOI, INF Multi-Hit Games: 5 #3 - JACK MARDER, INF Multi-Hit Games: 8 Last Game: 0x4, K, BB Last HR: 7/11 v TNS (Cabrera) Last Game: 2x3, BB, HR, R, 3 RBI Last HR: 7/20 v MIS Series: 2x13, 2 K, 2 BB, RBI, R .200 vs. LH, .233 vs. RH .230 vs. LH, .194 vs. RH Streak: 0: 16 of 26 Season Highs: hits: 2 (4x: 7/11 at TNS)…RBI: 4 (6/29 v BIR) Series: 2x7, HR, R, 3 RBI, BB Career: .325, 17 HR, 113 RBI College: N/A Years Pro:5 Age: 22 Streak: 1: 8 of 13 Season Highs: hits: 2 (4x: 7/20 v MIS)..RBI: 3 (7/20 v MIS)

• 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. • Placed on DL on 5/29 with hand laceration and was activated from DL on 6/6. • 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. • Played baseball, basketball and football at Baker HS (LA), was 5* football recruit, but chose to play baseball over football at LSU.

Age: 23

Career: .352, 13 HR, 69 RBI College: Oregon Years Pro: 3 Age: 23 • OBTAINED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent July 2, 2009 by Mariners • Added to Generals roster from A+ High Desert on 6/3...w/HD 48G .337 (61x181) 7 HR, 24 • 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 2B, 3 3B, 40 RBI, .420 OBP. concussion and Aug. 15-Sept. 8 w/ a strained left hamstring…360/10/56, w/ 26 2B in ‘12. • Spent ‘12 season with Clinton on May 19 and appeared in 66 games, .298 8 HR, 14 2B, • In ‘12 appeared in games a catcher, second base and left field for High Desert. 43 RBI, .420 OBP. on disabled list with right hamstring strain, Aug. 10-19. • Named to the ‘12 California All-Star team, but unable to play due to an injury…played for Israel in • Missed entire ‘11 season with a strained back muscle...on disabled list entire season. the World Baseball Classic qualifier. • Spent ‘10 season with AZL Mariners and named Offensive Player of the Year by #17 - JULIO MORBAN, OF Multi-Hit Games: 17 the Seattle Mariners…named Arizona League MVP and won the league batting title Last Game: 1x3, 2 K, SB, BB, R on Sat G2 Last HR: 6/22 v MOB (Bradley) (.378/51x135)…also named MVP of the Arizona League by Topps. Series: 1x10, 5 K, SB, BB, R .258 vs. LH, .312 vs. RH • Attended Incheon Dong San High School in Incheon, Kwang Yeuk, South Korea.

#8 - MIKE DOWD, C Multi-Hit Games: 2 Last Game: 1x3 on Fri. Last HR: 7/12 v TNS (Castillo) Series: 1x3 .083 vs. LH, .232 vs. RH Streak: 1: 14 of 25 Season Highs: hits: 3 (7/3 v BIR)…RBI: 1 (2x: 7/12 v TNS)
Career: .271, 5 HR, 66 RBI
• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 12th round of the 2011 Draft • Added to Jackson roster on 5/23 from A+ High Desert...w/ HD, 22 games, .275/1/7, 5 2B, (25x91). • In ‘12 spent season with Clinton, appearing in 78 games, .294/2/43…recorded 2 hit streaks of 10-games or more, including a season-high 12-game hit streak from Aug. 6-23. • Began pro career with Everett in ‘11…season high 4 hits Aug. 9 vs. Vancouver (4x4, 2 R, 2B, RBI)…participated in the 2011 Mariners Instructional League… • Graduated Cardinal Spellman (MA) High School in 2008…attended Franklin Pierce University from 2009-2011. (Same college as former Jackson INF and current Tacoma INF Scott Savastano).

Streak: 1: 3 of 5 Season Highs: hits: 3 (5x: 6/22 v MOB)…RBI: 5 (6/22 v MOB)
• OBTAINED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent July 2, 2008 • Career-high 5 RBI game on 6/22 v MOB...SL Hitter of the Week 6/17-6/24 • 2nd-longest Jackson season-high 11-game hitting streak, 4/27-5/13. • 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.

Career: .279, 26 HR, 108 RBI

College: N/A

Years Pro: 5

Age: 21

College: Franklin Pierce U (NH) Years Pro: 3 Age: 23

#22 - RAMON MORLA, INF Multi-Hit Games: 4 Last Game: 0x4, BB, K Last HR: 6/25 at TNS (Kirk) Series: 2x13, SB, BB, 2 K, R .308 vs. LH, .123 vs. RH Streak: 0: 10 of 24 Season Highs: hits: 3 (6/23 v MOB)…RBI: 4 (6/23 v MOB)
Career: .274, 50 HR, 221 RBI College: N/A Years Pro: 7

#5 - JOHN HICKS, C Multi-Hit Games: 11 Last Game: 1x2, 3 BB, 2 R, RBI Last HR: 6/29 v BIR (Snodgress) Series: 1x5, 4 BB, 4 R, RBI .250 vs. LH, .201 vs. RH Streak: 1: 9 of 19 Season Highs: hits: 3 (5/7 at HVL)…RBI: 2 (3x: 6/29 v BIR)
Career: .312, 17 HR, 105 RBI
• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 4th round of the 2011 Draft • Placed on 7-day DL 5/20 with groin strain suffered during game on 5/19...activated from DL on 6/1 • 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

Age: 23

• OBTAINED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent July 12, 2006 • Promoted to Jackson on 6/19. w/HD .303/10/33, 17 2B, 7 SB, .351 OBP. • Appeared in 102 games with Clinton in ‘12 .278/13/68…made 2 stints on the disabled list with a strained right quadriceps:May 6-24 and July 31-Aug. 10…hit safely in 18 of 20 games with 12 multi-hit contests, May 27-June 22 • Began ‘11 season with Clinton…on the disabled list strained right thigh, June 17-July 11…transferred to Everett for the remainder of the season. • Spent ‘10 season with Pulaski and named Offensive Player of the Year by the Seattle Mariners… named to the Appalachian League All-Star Team…narrowly missed the leagues Triple Crown, finishing first in home

Age: 23

#16 - GABRIEL NORIEGA, INF Multi-Hit Games: 17 Last Game: 0x5, BB, K Last HR: 6/29 v BIR (Ballinger) Series: 3x13, R, RBI, 2 K, BB .311 vs. LH, .241 vs. RH Streak: 0: 11 of 16 Season Highs: hits: 3(4x: 7/18 v MIS)RBI: 2(4x, 6/6 at TNS1)
Career: .253, 9 HR, 163 RBI
• OBTAINED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on July 2, 2007 • Split season between Jackson (4/7-7/23) and High Desert (7/24-9/3)....227/0/31 in ‘12. • 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

College: N/A

Years Pro: 6

Age: 22

#11 - JAMES JONES, OF Multi-Hit Games: 21 Last Game: 3x6, R, 2 K Last HR: 6/22 v MOB (Bradley) Series: 5x11, 3B, 2 RBI, 2 R, 3 K, BB .272 vs. LH, .271 vs. RH Streak: 4: 9 of 15 Season Highs: hits: 4 (5/1 v JAX)…RBI: 4 (6/22 v MOB) #19 - STEVEN PROSCIA, INF Multi-Hit Games: 10 Career: .284, 42 HR, 219 RBI College: Long Island U (NY) Years Pro: 5 Age: 24 Last Game: 2x4, R, BB Last HR: 7/7 at PNS (Renken) • OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 4th round of the 2009 Draft Series: 3x11, 2 R, BB, RBI, 2 K .228 vs. LH, .191 vs. RH • First muli-homer game (2) of career on 6/22 v MOB including one inside the park HR. Streak: 2: 12 of 21 Season Highs: hits: 3 (2x: 6/23 v MOB)…RBI: 4 (6/23 v MOB) • Was 4x4 with 3 2B on 5/1 v JAX...delivered walk-off single vs. HVL on 5/28 in btm 9th...
• 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

Career: ..311, 41 HR, 147 RBI

• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 7th round of the 2011 Draft • Generals’ season high 10-game hitting streak, 4/24-5/7...2-HR game on 6/23 vs MOB, 7th of car. • 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. • 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.

College: Virginia

Years Pro: 3

Age: 22

#2 - CHRIS TAYLOR, INF Multi-Hit Games: 8 Last Game: 0x5, BB, K Last HR: 7/10 v TNS (Jokisch) Series: 6x14, 3B, 4 R, 2 RBI, SB, 2 BB, K, 2B .429 vs. LH, .239 vs. RH Streak: 0: 18 of 24 Season Highs: hits: 4 (7/18 v MIS)…RBI: 2 (6/29 v BIR)
Career: ..330, 9 HR, 66 RBI College: Virginia Years Pro: 2

• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 5th round of the 2011 Draft • Promoted to Jackson on 6/19. w/HD .335/7/44, 16 2B, 7 3B, 20-22 SB, .426 OBP • Began pro career in Everett .328/2/18…reached base safely via hit or walk in 31 of 37 games, including first 16 career games, June 15-30… • hit safely in 10 of 12 games after promotion to Clinton (.304/0/4) on July 24…placed on the disabled list for the remainder of the season with a right wrist contusion on Aug. 13. • Graduated from Cox (VA) High School in June, 2009… named 2009 Virginia Class AAA State POY. • Played at University of Virginia (2010-2012)…named to watch list for Brooks Wallace Award (nation’s top shortstop) in both 2011 & 2012.

Age: 22

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REGULAR SEASON HITTING BREAKDOWN
SCORE BY INNING Generals Opponents 1 44 51 2 37 51 3 66 50 4 45 26 5 47 39 6 28 37 7 39 30 8 38 26 9 7 33 10 2 3 11 0 5 X 2 1 TOTAL 363 346 Multi-Hit Games 2 3 7 4 1 3 5 1 1 11 1 14 6 11 4 8 13 5 3 1 14 3 6 3 6 1 Multi-RBI Games 3 4 5+ 1 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HR Type 2run 3run 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 Last HR Date/Pitcher 6/16 at BIR (Arroyo) 6/16 at BIR (Ballinger) 7/11 v TNS (Cabrera) 7/12 v TNS (Castillo) 6/29 v BIR (Snodgress) 6/22 v MOB (Bradley) 7/3 v BIR (Nix) 7/20 v MIS (Thomas) 6/22 v MOB (Bradley) 6/25 at TNS (Kirk) 6/29 v BIR (Ballinger) 7/7 at PNS (Renken) 7/10 v TNS (Jokisch)

PLAYER 15 - D. Almonte 4 - Bonilla 7 - Brady 13 - Choi 8 - Dowd 5 - Hicks 11 - Jones 6 - Landry 3 - Marder 17 - Morban 22 - Morla 16 - Noriega 19 - Proscia 2 - Taylor

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Grand Slams (3): 5/10 at HVL, top 3rd Miller, 6/23 v MOB, btm 3rd Morla, 6/29 v BIR, btm 5th Choi Back-to-Back (2): 5/1 v JAX, btm 6th Hicks/Morban, 6/19 v MOB, btm 5th Morla/Choi Inside-the-Park (1): James Jones (6/22 v MOB 3rd inning (Bradley) Pinch Hit (0): -Leadoff (3): Landry (2) Last 5-24 at MTG (Thompson), Taylor on 7/10 v TNS (Jokisch) Game Ending (0): -Game-Winning in Last AB on Road (0): -Multi (2): James Jones (6/22 v MOB), Steven Proscia (6/23 v MOB)

GENERALS HOME RUNS

Name RHP Jandy Sena OF Mickey Wiswall

Type 7-day 7-day

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

Injury Shoulder tightness N/A

G Missed All All

PLAYER 15 - D. Almonte 4 - Bonilla 7 - Brady 13 - Choi 8 - Dowd 5 - Hicks 11 - Jones 6 - Landry 3 - Marder 17 - Morban 22 - Morla 16 - Noriega 19 - Proscia 2 - Taylor

Starts by Batting Order (Team Record) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PLAYER 4-9 5-5 0-3 1-0 2-0 6-3 0-4 15 - D. Almonte 0-2 1-0 0-4 3-2 5-3 2-7 1-1 4 - Bonilla 1-0 4-6 7 - Brady 1-0 1-0 5-7 4-8 4-5 13 - Choi 2-0 1-3 2-5 4-8 8 - Dowd 4-5 0-1 7-7 1-7 5-5 6-1 1-4 5 - Hicks 3-3 12-20 3-3 13-10 6-1 1-10 0-1 11 - Jones 21-26 5-5 1-2 0-4 1-1 1-1 3-4 6 - Landry 1-0 3-4 2-0 6-9 8-5 9-11 3 - Marder 0-1 8-9 3-5 14-16 2-3 17 - Morban 5-5 4-4 3-5 22 - Morla 1-0 9-11 0-3 1-3 1-1 20-20 16 - Noriega 10-12 2-1 5-3 7-9 10-15 19 - Proscia 6-6 5-9 2 - Taylor

Starts by Position (Team Record) C 1B 2B 3B SS LF 2-5 9-15 23-29 0-1 12-13 1-2 5-6 8-12

CF 15-24

RF 1-0

DH 1-1 3-7 0-1

19-23 12-12 3-5

2-1 10-12 3-4 17-25 8-10

4-8 28-35 7-5 1-2

5-5 2-2

23-23 0-1 1-1 13-21

5-11 2-2 0-1 12-9 1-2 6-7

23-28

Name Julio Morban Steven Proscia John Hicks Brad Miller Gabriel Noriega Leon Landry

Streak 12G 10G 8G 8G 8G 7G

Generals Hitting Streaks (5+ games)
Dates 4/27-5/16 4/24-5/8 4/14-4/25 5/9-5/17 5/27-6/6 5/18-5/26 Name Leury Bonilla John Hicks James Jones Leon Landry Ji-Man Choi Chris Taylor

Streak 7G 7G 7G 6G 6G 6G

Dates 5/18-6/3 4/27-5/4 6/4-6/11 5/10-5/16 6/24-7/2 6/29-7/6

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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: 3 (6/29 v BIR) 3 (7/7 at PNS) 14 (5/29 v HVL) 14 (4/29 at CHA1) 9 (5/11 at HVL) 10 (4/29 at CHA2) 16 (6/20 v MOB) 22 (7/2 v BIR) 7 (4/10 v MTG) 3 (5x: 7/18 v MIS) 6 (4/29 at CHA2) 3 (2x: 4/10 v MTG) 3 (4x: 6/29 v BIR) 3 (2x: 5/9 at HVL) 3 (2x: 7/18 v MIS) 2 (4/13 v MTG) 5 (2x: 6/22 v MOB) 5 (5/13 v TNS) 1 (4/6 at JAX) 1 (7/6 at PNS2) 17 (4/27 at CHA) 15 (5/2 v JAX) 0 (5x: 6/3 at TNS) 0 (4x: 6/15 at BIR) 13 (4/27 at CHA) 11 (5/2 v JAX)

TEAM HIGHS & LOWS
7 (3rd 5/10 at HVL) 5 (4x: 9th 6/16 at BIR)

SINGLE GAME HIGHS 4, Almonte (2), Jones, Morban, MOST HITS: Taylor MOST RUNS SCORED: 3, 7 tied (--) MOST DOUBLES: 3, Jones (5/1 v JAX) MOST TRIPLES: 1, 5 tied (--) MOST HOME RUNS: 2, Jones (6/22), Proscia (6/23) MOST RBI: 5, Morban (6/22 at MOB) MOST WALKS (HITTER): 3, Miller (2x: 5/1 v JAX) MOST STEALS: 2, Jones, Marder, Almonte () MOST INNINGS, START: 7.1, Walker (6/8 v CHA) 4.1 (Hernandez 6/28 at TNS) MOST INNINGS, RELIEF: MOST STRIKEOUTS: 12, Walker (6/20 v MOB) MOST WALKS (PITCHER); 5, Shankin (4/21 v PNS) MOST HITS ALLOWED: 12, Gillheeney (7/13 v TNS) MOST ER ALLOWED: 5, Elias, Fernandez, Walker (--) LOW HITS CG (9IP) START: 0 (--) LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 12 G - Julio Morban (4/27-5/15) LONGEST ON-BASE STREAK: 15 G - Leon Landry (5/10-5/27) 12 G - Julio Morban (4/27-5/16) LONGEST RBI STREAK (CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH RBI): 3 G, Steven Proscia (4/10-4/12), Brad Miller (5/9-5/11) LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 2, Gillheeney (4/8-4/14) LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 3 -Taijuan Walker (5/19-6/3), Roenis Elias (5/24-6/7) LONGEST SCORELESS INNINGS STREAK (NO RUNS OF ANY KIND): 13.1, James Gillheeney (4/8-4/19)

GENERALS INDIVIDUAL HIGHS & LOWS

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:

TEAM MISCELLANEOUS

3, (5-2, 5/11 at HVL) 3, (4/5 at JAX) 15, (7/2 v BIR) 7, (Multiple) 4:42 (7/2 v BIR) 1:56 (7/4 at PNS) 6,496 (7/3 v BIR) 7,149 (6/15 at BIR)

Name INF Brad Miller RHP Hector Noesi OF Julio Morban

2013 Generals Awards

Award SL Hitter of Week SL Pitcher of Week SL Hitter of Week

Dates 4/8-4/14 4/8-4/14 6/17-6/23

Name Mgr. Jim Pankovits Mgr. Jim Pankovits Mgr. Jim Pankovits

2013 Generals Ejections
Date 4/10 v MTG 4/18 at MIS 5/18 v BIR

Umpire Jonathan Bailey Shane Livensparger Blake Felter

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GENERALS COACHING STAFF
2013 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 - Dwight Bernard
Quick Facts about the Generals’ Pitching Coach: Born: May 31, 1952 Birthplace: Belle Rive, IL Resides: Belle Rive, IL College: Belmont University Minor League Instructor: 24th year Mariners Organization: 8th year Double-A level: 1st year Generals Pitching Coach: 1st year Began 2013 season as the Triple-A Tacoma Pitching Coach and moved to the Generals on July 18th. Born May 31, 1952…resides in Belle Rive, IL with wife Barbara, son Jason anddaughters Jamie and Kelly…begins his 10th season in the Mariners Minor League Organization, his seventh as pitching coach for Tacoma (2006-09, 2011-current)…spent 2010 season as pitching coach for Clinton… was pitching coach with San Antonio in 2005, while spending the 2004 season as pitching coach for Inland Empire…prior to joining the Mariners spent 2003 as Minor League Pitching Coordinator for Milwaukee and coached in the Brewers organization from 1998-2002… coached in the Alaskan Summer league in 1997…was Minor League Pitching Coordinator for the Minnesota Twins from 1990- 1996… coached in the Twins organization from 1987-89…began coaching in 1986 in the Pittsburgh organization…drafted by the New York Mets in the 2nd round in the 1974 draft… spent most of his career pitching in the minor leagues for New York (1974-79), Milwaukee (1980-82), Houston (1983-84) and Baltimore (1985)…pitched in the Major Leagues with New York (1978-78) and Milwaukee (1981-82), pitching in the postseason both years with the Brewers.

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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 Mon, 4/29 @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 Mon, 6/3 @TNS Mon, 6/3 @TNS Tue, 6/4 @TNS Wed, 6/6 @TNS Thu, 6/6 @TNS Fri, 6/7 CHA Sat, 6/8 CHA Mon, 6/10 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 L, 8-4 8-12 6:15 W, 6-2 9-12 6:15 L, 5-4 9-13 6:15 W, 13-1 10-13 4:15 L, 3-2 (11) 10-14 6:15 W, 5-4 (7) 11-14 11-14 (5-5 Home, 6-9 Road) 7:05 W, 9-1 12-14 7:05 L, 11-1 12-15 7:05 Cancelled Rain 4:05 L, 7-6 (7) 12-16 G2 Cancelled Rain 6:43 W, 8-3 13-16 6:43 L, 1-0 13-17 6:43 L, 6-2 13-18 6:43 W, 8-5 14-18 6:43 W, 12-8 15-18 6:05 L, 5-0 15-19 7:05 L, 6-4 15-20 7:05 L, 3-2 15-21 11:05 W, 8-4 16-21 7:05 L, 6-4 16-22 7:05 W, 2-1 17-22 4:05 L, 2-1 (7) 17-23 G2 W, 6-2 (7) 18-23 6:05 L, 10-4 18-24 12:05 W, 7-1 19-24 7:05 W, 3-1 20-24 7:05 L, 2-1 20-25 6:35 W, 3-1 21-25 6:05 L, 1-0 21-26 2:05 W, 9-3 22-26 7:05 W,5-4 23-26 7:05 L, 6-5 23-27 7:05 L, 6-3 23-28 7:05 Cancelled Field Cnd 12-14 (6-10 Home, 6-4 Road) 6:05 Cancelled Rain 4:30 L, 2-0 (7) 23-29 6:40 L, 7-1 (7) 23-30 6:15 L, 8-6 23-31 6:15 W, 5-0 (7) 24-31 11:00 W, 2-1 (7) 25-31 7:05 L, 4-2 25-32 6:05 L, 3-1 25-33 6:05 W, 5-4 26-33 7:05 W, 2-1 (7) 27-33 12:05 L, 6-1 27-34 7:05 W, 7-2 28-34 7:05 L, 4-1 28-35 6:30 W, 3-0 29-35 3:00 L, 9-8 29-36 11:30 L, 1-0 (5) 29-37 29-37 (13-17 Home, 16-18 Road) PLACE (+/-) WIN LOSS T-3rd Flynn (1-0) Walker (0-1) 5th Varner (1-0) Arias (0-1) 5th McGough (1-0) Snow (0-1) 5th Ruffin (1-0) Neil (0-1) T-4th Gillheeney (1-0) Dyson (0-1) T-3rd Buschmann (1-1) Walker (0-2) 4th Fleming (2-0) Elias (0-1) T-3rd Noesi (1-0) Kelly (0-1) T-3rd Snow (1-1) Sandoval (0-1) T-2nd Gillheeney (2-0) Mateo (0-2) T-2nd (-1.0) Walker (1-2) Northcraft (0-2) T-2nd (-1.0) Thomas (2-1) Snow (1-2) T-3rd (-2.0) Lamm (2-1) Smith (0-1) T-4th (-3.0) Shreve (1-0) Kohlscheen (0-1) T-3rd (-3.0) Lee (2-0) Smith (0-2) 5th (-4.0) Hyde (1-2) Hernandez (0-1) T-4th (-3.0) Shankin (1-0) Renken (1-1) 5th (-4.0) Smith (2-2) Elias (0-2) T-4th (3.0) Hill (1-1) Ravin (0-1) T-4th (4.0) Rogers (2-0) Hernandez (0-2) T-3rd (3.0) Walker (2-2) Lee (2-1) 4th (-4.0) Nelo (2-0) Snow (1-3) T-3rd (-3.5) Elias (1-2) Santiago (2-2) 4th (-4.0) Vasquez (1-0) Snow (1-4) T-3rd (-4.0) Kohlscheen (1-1) Cofield (0-2) .240, 16 HR, 94 RBI, 34 SB 3rd (-4.0) Walker (3-2) Dyson (0-2) 3rd (-5.0) Jackson (1-1) Shankin (1-1) 3rd (-7.0) 3rd (-7.0) 3rd (-8.0) 3rd (-9.0) 3rd (-9.0) 3rd (-8.0) 3rd (-9.0) 3rd (-9.0) 3rd(-10.0) 3rd(-9.0) 3rd(-9.0) 3rd(-8.0) 3rd(-9.0) 3rd(-8.0) 3rd(-9.0) 4th (-8.0) 3rd (-7.0) 4th(-8.0) 4th(-8.0) 5th(-8.0) 4th(-9.0) 4th(-8.0) 4th(-9.0) 5th(-9.0) McGough (1-1) Elias (2-2) Pena (2-2) Jungmann (2-4) Shankin (2-1) Fernandez (1-0) Hendricks (2-2) McNutt (2-3) Rosscup (1-0) Burgoon (1-1) Morris (2-0)
Kohlscheen(2-1)

SAVE GAME TIME ATT. Brady (1) 2:25 4,853 Lazo (1) 2:45 4,320 -2:21 5,342 -2:17 3,821 Smith (1) 2:33 1,711 Sandoval (1) 2:39 976 Sandoval (2) 2:24 -Smith (2) 2:24 3,676 -3:15 3,576 Smith (3) 2:41 786 Burgoon (1) 2:34 1,265 Harper (3) 2:22 3,022 -2:27 5,098 -3:42 1,447 -3:16 3,008 -3:15 2,374 Kohlscheen (1) 2:28 890 Partch (4) 2:13 811 -3:32 801 -2:46 811 -2:30 2,665 Garcia (6) 2:28 5,815 -2:58 2,341 -3:25 Hunter (1) 2:49 4,651 2.90 ERA, 201 K, 6 SV -2:44 803 -2:31 1,826 --Medlen (5) Al. Williams (1) ---Rhoderick (1) Batista (4) -Batista (5) -Kussmaul (4) --Smith (4) Sandoval (10) Burgoon (2) Sandoval (11) Keeling (1) 2:01 2:42 2:42 2:25 2:39 3:09 2:38 2:55 2:44 2:30 2:48 2:13 1:54 2:18 3:08 2:16 2:37 2:38 2:34 2:29 2:35 2:34 3:23 2:44 1,892 1,583 529 1,954 1,124 1,986 808 807 905 3,794 1,959 1,453 4,953 1,331 956 4,125 4,098 6,422 5,876 1,756 1,013 791 2,202

Arias (0-1) Nelson (3-2) Ruffin (1-1) Walker (3-3) Moye (1-4) Leon (0-3) Elias (2-3) Burgoon(0-1) Hill (1-2) Schlitter (0-2) Snow (1-5) Arroyo (3-2) Ruffin (1-2) Whisler (0-2) Walker (3-4) Snodgrass (5-3) Buschmann (5-3) Elias (2-4) Kelly (3-5) Walker (3-5) Fleming (2-2) Holle (2-2) Fernandez (2-1) Elias (2-5)

Johnson (3-2) Burgoon (2-1) McCully (3-1) Shankin (3-1) Fernandez (2-0) Thompson (3-5) Ruffin (2-2) Romero (3-1) Hernandez (1-2) Burgoon (3-1) Pena (5-3) Jungmann (5-5)

.258, 19 HR, 101 RBI, 25 SB 5th(-11.0) 5th(-12.0) 5th(-12.0) 5th(-12.0) 5th(-11.0) 5th(-11.0) 5th(-12.0) 5th(-12.0) 4th(-11.0) 4th(-12.0) 4th (-11.0) 4th (-12.0) 4th (-11.0) 4th(-12.0) 4th(-13.0) Hendricks (6-2) Walker (3-6) Zych (2-2) Gillheeney (2-1) Cervenka (1-0) Burgoon (3-2) Fernandez (3-1) Cabrera (5-3) Hunter (1-0) Jokisch (4-5) Lee (5-3) Elias (2-6) Kohlscheen (2-2) Cofield (1-2) Hill (2-2) Cotton (0-1) Ruffin (3-2) Nelo (4-1) Stripling (2-1) Fernandez (3-2) Elias (3-6) Snodgrass (7-5) Rodriguez (1-0) Walker (3-7) Gillheeney (3-1) McCray (6-5) Romanski (1-0) Smith (0-3) Johnson (8-2) Fernandez (3-3) .241, 42 HR, 234 RBI, 82 SB

3.44 ERA, 201 K, 2 SV 1:39 -2:10 2,845 2:56 2,462 1:58 -Smith (5) 1:48 3,012 Dominguez (5) 2:31 1,520 Nelo (2) 2:20 4,844 Smith (6) 3:17 819 1:42 784 2:33 1,346 2:26 (:17) 5,747 Webb (4) 2:46 6,374 Smith (7) 2:51 7,149 3:09 5,493 1:24 4,973 3.27 ERA, 490 K, 11 SV Rhoderick (2) Batista (8)

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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 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 Sat, 7/6 @PNS Sat, 7/6 @PNS Sun, 7/7 @PNS Mon, 7/8 @PNS Wed, 7/10 TNS Wed, 7/10 TNS Thu, 7/11 TNS Fri, 7/12 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 L, 8-6 0-1, 29-38 7:05 W, 5-2 1-1, 30-38 7:05 L, 5-1 1-2, 30-39 6:05 W, 10-5 2-2, 31-39 6:05 W, 9-3 3-2, 32-39 6:15 L, 5-1 3-3, 32-40 6:15 L, 7-6 (14) 3-4, 32-41 6:15 L, 6-0 3-5, 32-42 6:05 W, 11-3 4-5, 33-42 6:00 W, 5-3 5-5, 34-42 11-14 (7-6 Home, 4-8 Road) 7:05 L, 4-1 5-6, 34-43 7:05 W, 3-2 (15) 6-6, 35-43 7:05 L, 7-2 6-7, 35-44 4:00 L, 2-1 6-8, 35-45 5:00 W, 3-0 (7) 7-8, 36-45 7:30 W, 5-0 (7) 8-8, 37-45 4:00 W, 5-4 9-8, 38-45 10-8,39-45 7:00 W, 3-2 10-9, 39-46 5:05 L, 7-2 (7) 10-10, 39-47 Gm2 L, 5-2 (7) 10-11, 39-48 7:05 L, 4-1 5:05 L, 2-0 (10) 10-12, 39-49 10-13,39-50 Gm2 L, 2-1 (9) 10-14, 39-51 6:05 L, 5-0 6:05 Cancelled Rain 11-14, 40-51 7:05 W, 8-2 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 T 2nd (-1.0) Eitel (3-1) Kohlscheen (2-3) 2nd (-1.0) Walker (4-7) Schultz (1-1) T 2nd (-1.0) Chafin (4-4) Gillheeney (3-2) T-1st (--) Ruffin (4-2) Bradley (5-3) T-1st (--) Fernandez (4-3) Holmberg (4-4) T-1st (--) Cabrera (7-3) Elias (3-7) T-2nd(-1.0) Cervenka (1-2) Kittredge (0-1) T-3rd (-2.0) Hendricks (8-2) Gillheeney (3-3) 4th (-2.0) Fernandez (5-3) Snodgress (8-7) T-2nd (-1.0) Elias (4-7) McCully (7-2) .234, 20 HR, 93 RBI, 36 SB T-3rd (-1.0) Petricka (3-0) Hill (2-3) T-2nd (-1.0) Kittredge (1-1) Romanski (1-1) T-3rd (-2.0) Nix (2-1) Ruffin (4-3) 4th (-3.0) Ellis (3-1) Fernandez (5-4) 4th (-3.0) Elias (5-7) Crabbe (3-7) T-2nd (-2.0) Vasquez (1-0) Dennick (4-10) T-2nd (-1.5) Burgoon (4-2) De La Rosa (2-5) T-1st (--) Kohlscheen (3-3) Smith (7-7) 2nd (-1.0) Francescon (1-0) Ruffin (4-4) T-3rd (-2.0) Jokisch (8-7) Fernandez (5-5) T-3rd (-3.0) Cabrera (9-3) Elias (5-8) 4th (-4.0) Batista (3-3) Kitteredge (1-2) 4th (-5.0) Rhoderick (1-3) Burgoon (4-3) 4th (-6.0) Hendricks (9-3) Gillheeney (3-4) T-3rd, (-5.0)
Shackleford(1-0)

GAME TIME 3:06 2:39 2:32 2:33 2:40 2:22 4:11 2:34 2:27 Smith (8) 2:41 3.88 ERA, 183 K, 5 SV Thompson (11) 2:43 (:29) 4:42 2:48 Bell (4) 1:56 Smith (9) 1:54 2:04 Smith (10) 2:48 (1:33) Shackleford (1) 2:53 1:59 Rhoderick (2) 2:14 Rosscup (3) 2:36 Cervenka (1) 3:02 2:23 2:34 2:47

SAVE Munson (13) Burgoon (3)

ATT. 787 3,106 1,664 3,948 891 2,903 2,746 2,825 4,170 1,123 717 917 6,432 5,038 -5,038 4,073 4,682 5,026 861 3,381 -1,347 4,642 2,284

Hoyt (0-1)

.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
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April 2 April 13 April 13 April 15 April 15 April 19 April 25 April 26 April 27 April 29 April 29 April 30 April 30 May 6 May 6 May 13 May 13 May 13 May 13 May 18 May 18 May 20 May 20 May 23 May 23 May 23 May 23 May 23 May 24 May 24 May 24 May 27 May 27 May 27 May 28 May 29 May 29 June 1 June 1 June 1 June 1 June 2 June 3 June 3 June 6 June 6 June 7 June 18 June 19 June 19 June 20 June 21 June 22 June 24 June 24 July 11 July 11 July 13 July 13 July 13 July 13 July 16 July 16 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 INF Patrick Brady activated from A+ High Desert RHP Tyler Burgoon promoted to AAA Tacoma LHP Kyle Hunter activated from A+ High Desert LHP James Gillheeney promoted to AAA Tacoma LHP Anthony Fernandez activated from 7-day DL INF Leury Bonilla activated from AAA Tacoma INF Patrick Brady sent to A+ High Desert RHP Tyler Burgoon activated from AAA Tacoma RHP Tyler Burgoon placed on 7-day DL OF Abraham Almonte promoted to AAA Tacoma INF Patrick Brady promoted AA Jackson RHP Moises Hernandez placed on 7-day DL RHP Tyler Burgoon activated from 7-day DL RHP Jonathan Arias promoted to AAA Tacoma RHP Andrew Kittredge activated from AAA Tacoma C John Hicks placed on 7-day DL RHP Moises Hernandez activated from 7-day DL C Brandon Bantz promoted to AAA Tacoma OF Denny Almonte activated from extended spring C Michael Dowd activated from A+ High Desert RHP Andrew Kittridge placed on 7-day DL INF Patrick Brady placed on 7-day DL INF Rich Poythress activated from AAA Tacoma INF Brad Miller promoted to AAA Tacoma C Carlton Tanabe activated from extended spring RHP Forrest Snow promoted to AAA Tacoma OF Francisco Martinez designated for assignment LHP James Gillheeney activated from AAA Tacoma RHP Erasmo Ramirez activated from AAA Tacoma OF Leon Landry placed on 7-day DL INF Patrick Brady activated from 7-day DL RHP Erasmo Ramirez promoted to AAA Tacoma RHP Brett Shankin sent to A+ High Desert C John Hicks activated from 7-day DL RHP Andrew Kittridge activated from 7-day DL INF Vinnie Catricala designated for assignment INF Rich Poythress promoted to AAA Tacoma INF Ji-Man Choi activated from A+ High Desert C Carlton Tanabe promoted to AAA Tacoma OF Leon Landry activated from 7-day DL RHP Stephen Shackleford activated from A+ High Desert INF Leury Bonilla promoted to AAA Tacoma INF Chris Taylor activated from A+ High Desert INF Ramon Morla activated from A+ High Desert RHP Moises Hernandez placed on 7-day DL RHP Taijuan Walker promoted to AAA Tacoma LHP Anthony Vasquez activated from A- Clinton INF Patrick Brady sent to A+ High Desert RHP Moises Hernandez activated from 7-day DL RHP Chance Ruffin promoted to AAA Tacoma RHP Trevor Miller activated from A+ High Desert INF Ji-Man Choi placed on Temporary Inactive List RHP Moises Hernandez placed on 7-day DL INF Dillon Hazlett activated from A+ High Desert RHP Dominic Leone activated from A+ High Desert INF Dillon Hazlett sent to A+ High Desert INF Ji-Man Choi activated from Temporary Inactive List

MOVE

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