AROUND THE MARINERS ORGANIZATION

YESTERDAY’S GAMES
Jackson Generals (SEA) 1-1 (32-39) vs. Mississippi Braves (ATL) 1-1 (40-31)
RHP Victor Sanchez (3-2, 4.06) vs. RHP Williams Perez (3-3, 1.93)
Game #72/Road #38 | Saturday, June 21, 2014 | Trustmark Park | 6:00 p.m.
GAME INFORMATION
DOUBLE- A SOUTHERN LEAGUE AFFILIATE OF THE SEATTLE MARINERS
For Informati on contact Chri s Harri s at charri s@j acksongeneral sbasebal l .com
4 Fun Place • Jackson, TN 38305 • (Phone) 731.988.5299 • (Fax) 731.988.5246
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UPCOMING PROBABLES AND GAME TIMES: *ALL GAME TIMES ARE CENTRAL TIME*
Date: Opponent: Pitching Matchup:
June 22 - 5:00 at Mississippi LHP Tyler Pike (AA debut) vs. RHP J.R. Graham (1-3, 4.61)
June 23 - 7:00 at Mississippi RHP Matt Anderson (2-2, 5.71) vs. RHP Mitch Atkins (1-0, 2.25)
June 24 - 7:05 vs. Tennessee LHP Tyler Olson (3-3, 4.13) vs. RHP Dae-Eun Rhee (3-3, 3.35)
June 25 - 12:05 vs. Tennessee RHP Stephen Landazuri (3-2, 3.77) vs. RHP Matt Loosen (3-2, 5.04)
GENERALS BREAKDOWN
Overall Record..........................................32-39
Current Streak..............................................W1
Longest Win Streak/Losing Streak................3/5
Highest Above .500/Below .500..................3/11
Road Trip......................................................1-1
Last 10 Games..............................................5-5
Series Records..............................................6-8
First/Second Half................................31-38/0-0
Home/Road.....................................16-18/16-21
Day/Night............................................5-9/27-30
vs. RHS/LHS.......................................26-34/5-5
Doubleheader W/S/L..................................0/2/0
vs. South Division......................................16-21
vs. North Division......................................16-18
Comeback Wins...............................................8
Losses After Leading......................................15
Walk-off Wins...................................................1
Extra Innings.................................................2-3
One-Run Games...........................................4-8
Two-Run Games...........................................9-6
Ahead After 6/7/8........................25-5/19-2/21-1
Behind After 6/7/8.......................4-31/5-29/3-32
Tied After 6/7/8.................................2-3/3-5/3-3
Quality Starts...............................................12-5
Generals Homer/Opponent.............20-10/14-20
JXN Shutout/Opponent.................................6/5
JXN Scores First/Opponent..............25-13/8-25
JXN Scores 4+/Opponent.................29-11/3-33
White Pinstripe Jersey...................................8-7
Gray Jersey.................................................6-10
Black Jersey..............................................18-19
Special Jersey...............................................0-3
Game 1 of Series..........................................7-8
Game 2 of Series..........................................6-9
Game 3 of Series..........................................8-6
Game 4 of Series..........................................5-9
Game 5 of Series/Rubber Game............6-6/3-3
After Bus Ride...............................................2-7
3 hour + games..............................................16
- BY THE NUMBERS -
.462
Batting average for Patrick Kivlehan
over his current 14G hit streak...
Stat Player # SL Rank
AVG Marte .308 8th
H Marte 81 2nd
HR Wiswall 5 --
2B Marte/Paolini 18 T-5th
3B Rivers 3 T-4th
RBI Paolini 36 T-8th
SB Austin 19 4th
W Shackleford 5 T-4th
ERA Hobson 3.25 T-9th
IP Hobson 74.2 --
SO Miller 51 --
SV Guaipe 5 --
GENERALS 2014 STAT LEADERS
TODAY’S GAME:
• The Generals continue the frst series of the second half with game
three of a fve-game road series against the Mississippi Braves (1-
1)...the Generals have won three straight series winning 3 of 5 in
each of them...are 4-3 against the M-Braves this season.
• The game can be heard on 96.5 ESPN, online at jacksongenerals-
baseball.com or TuneIn Radio.
GENERALS RECAP:
• 3B Patrick Kivlehan and PR/LF Leon Landry each drove in a run
in the 9th inning as Jackson snapped a 1-1 tie to defeat Mississippi
3-1 on Friday night.
• Kivlehan (2x4, R, 2B, RBI) led the team with 2 hits, extending his
season-high hitting streak to 14 games. Landry (1x1, RBI, SB), SS
Ketel Marte (1x4, R), DH Kevin Rivers (1x4) and 2B Jack Marder
(1x3, R) each recorded 1 of the team’s 6 hits.
• Starter Stephen Landazuri (4.0,3,0,0,0,3) allowed only 3 hits and struck
out 3 in 4.0 scoreless innings, but did not factor into the decision. LH Cam
Hobson (3.1,5,1,1,1,0) allowed a run in the 6th inning, while RH Richard
Vargas (0.2,0,0,0,1,1) and RH Mayckol Guaipe (1.0,0,0,0,0,1) combined
to hold the Braves scoreless over the fnal 1.2 innings in relief. Guaipe
recorded his 5th save of the season after striking out 1 in a 1-2-3 9th inning.
AUSTIN NOW HAS LEAGUE-LEADING HIT STREAK:
• OF Jamal Austin went 0-for-3 snapping his hitting streak at 15
games. During the streak he hit .393 (24x61) with 13 runs scored,
5 doubles, 2 triples, 5 RBI and 5 stolen bases. The streak was the
longest streak in the Southern League this season.
Longest Hitting Streaks in the Southern League this season:
1 Jamal Austin JXN 15G 5/29-6/19
T-2 Chris Curley BIR 14G 5/28-6/11
T-2 Patrick Kivlehan JXN 14G 6/3-current
T-3 Mike Freeman MOB 13G 4/21-5/5
T-3 Ketel Marte JXN 13G 5/25-6/7
KIVLEHAN PUSHES ON-BASE STREAK TO 26 GAMES:
• 3B Patrick Kivlehan currently has a 14-game hit streak, batting
.462 (24x52) with 10 runs scored, 8 doubles, 1 triple, 1 home run,
16 RBI, 5 walks and 1 stolen base. His 14-game hitting streak
is currently the longest active streak in the Southern League and
T2nd-longest this season in the league.
• After going just 4-for-35 in his frst 10 Jackson games from May 10-
21, Kivlehan has reached base safely in 26 straight games since May
22, batting .387 (36x93) with 15 runs scored, 9 doubles, 2 triples, 3
home runs, 24 RBI, 12 walks, 3 stolen bases and a .449 OBP. He has
raised his season average from .114 to .313. Kivlehan’s 26 consecutive
on-base streak is tied for the longest on the team (also: Jabari Blash,
8/19/13-4/13/14) and trails only John Andreoli-TNS (30, 4/6-5/11/14).
Longest On-Base Streaks in the Southern League this season:
1. John Andreoli TNS 30G 4/6-5/11
2 Patrick Kivlehan JXN 26G 5/22-current
3 Kris Bryant TNS 24G 4/3-4/28
3. Rey Navarro PNS 23G 5/23-current
ODDS AND ENDS:
• On Top of the League in June - The Generals own the best
record in the league at 10-6 in June. The .312 batting average
leads the league in June and is only club over .300. This is after
posting the frst 20-loss month since June, 2007 by going 9-20
during the month of May.
• Need For Speed - The Generals lead the league with 71 steals
as a team this season. OF Jamal Austin ranks 4th in SL with 19.
• Life on the Road - 3B Patrick Kivlehan (16) has the longest cur-
rent road hitting streaks in the Southern League.
• SS Ketel Marte has hit safely in 19 of his last 20 games, batting
.341 (28x82) with 14 runs scored, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 12 RBI, 1
walk and 4 stolen base.
• INF Jack Marder has recorded 8 multi-hit efforts in his last 19
games, batting .357 (25x70) with 14 runs scored, 4 doubles, 2
triples, 3 home runs, 12 RBI and 5 walks.
• OF Leon Landry had his 9-game hit streak end last night, but
has hit safely in 9 of his last 10 games with 6 multi-hit efforts, bat-
ting .405 (15x37) with 9 runs scored, 4 doubles, 1 triple, 1 RBI, 1
walk and 2 stolen bases.
• C John Hicks is batting .350 (28x80) with 14 runs scored, 7 dou-
bles, 1 triple, 2 home runs, 11 RBI, 7 walks and 4 stolen bases in 22
games. During this stretch, since May 11, he has raised his season
average from .224 to .288.
PIKE ADDED TO YOUNG GENERALS ROTATION:
• LHP Tyler Pike was added to Jackson’s roster on Thursday and
at 20.145 years old is the 2nd-youngest in the rotation. The starting
5 of Pike, Stephen Landazuri (22.165), Matt Anderson (22.214),
Victor Sanchez (19.141) and Tyler Olson (24.261) has an aver-
age age of 21.585 and is the youngest in the Southern League.
GENERALS IN SEATTLE:
• The current Mariners roster features 15 former Generals.
• Erasmo Ramirez, James Paxton (DL) and Roenis Elias are in
the starting rotation. Elias was a 2013 Southern League All-Star.
• Dustin Ackley, Michael Saunders,, Kyle Seager, Brad Miller,
James Jones, Stefen Romero and Mike Zunino are position
players.
• Tom Wilhelmsen, Dominic Leone and Yoervis Medina are in
the M’s bullpen.
GENERALS ON THE AIR:
• Fans can listen to all 140 games this season on the fagship home
of the Generals, 96.5 ESPN. Each game will also be streamed on
jacksongeneralsbaseball.com and the TuneIn Radio App. Calling
the games will be 2013 Southern League Broadcaster of the
Year, Chris Harris.
• Each home game will be aired live on MiLB.TV
THE JACKSON BASEBALL FRANCHISE:
• This is the 17th year of Double-A, Southern League baseball at
The Ballpark in Jackson (previously Pringles Park) in Jackson, TN.
• The franchise moved to Jackson in 1998 from Memphis and
was the Memphis Chicks of the Southern League.
SIDE-BY-SIDE STAT COMPARISON
(SL Rank)
Stat
.260 (3rd) AVG .265 (1st)
303 (8th) RUNS 308 (5th)
37 (8th) HR 30 (10th)
128 (4th) 2B 131 (3rd)
21 (2nd) 3B 15 (10th)
71 (1st) SB 63 (T-4th)
4.18 (8th) ERA 3.52 (3rd)
486 (8th) SO 555 (1st)
236 (6th) BB 221 (3rd)
1.36 (6th) WHIP 1.27 (2nd)
16 (T-5th) SV 22 (T-1st)
RECORD BY
DAY/MONTH
Sunday 4-7
Monday 4-4
Tuesday 3-2
Wednesday 5-3
Thursday 5-6
Friday 7-6
Saturday 1-10
April 13-13
May 9-20
June 10-6
JXN vs. MIS H (3-2), R (1-1), T (4-3)
Date H/R Result WP LP
4/9 H W, 4-2 Walker Batista
4/10 H L, 3-2 Hursh Miller
4/11 H W, 8-5 Landazuri Perez
4/12 H L, 5-2 Cornely Hobson
4/13 H W, 5-4 Kohlscheen Hoyt
6/19 R L, 9-4 Hursh Olson
6/20 R W, 3-1 Vargas Harper
6/21 R 6:00
6/22 R 5:00
6/23 R 7:00
TODAY’S GENERALS STARTER
RHP Victor Sanchez | RHP | #48
9 GS - 3-2, 4.06 ERA
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-0, 255 Born: 1/30/95 (19) in Rio Chico, VZ
RESIDES: Paez, Miranda, VZ College: N/A
OBTAINED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on July 12, 2011
Tonight’s Start: 19-year-old Victor Sanchez makes his 10th start of the season in game three of the series at Mississippi.
This will be Sanchez’ 44th career start and he is the 2nd-youngest starting pitcher in franchise history (19.1), (1st, Carlos
Zambrano, 2000, 18.8).
vs. Mississippi: ...Sanchez allowed 4 runs on 6 hits in 5.0 IP while walking 1, hitting 1 and striking out 2 on April 13 vs. Missis-
sppi at The Ballpark at Jackson. The Generals picked up a 5-4 win as Sanchez took a no decision.
Last Outing: ...Sanchez earned his 3rd win of the season, while recording his 2nd career-complete game shutout (also:
7/17/13 vs. Lansing w/Clinton – 9.0,0,0,0,0,8,HB). Also marked only the 5th time in his career to toss at least 7.0 innings (last:
8/18/13 at Kane County w/Clinton – 7.0,5,0,0,0,5).
PERSONAL:... Victor David Sanchez Ranked as the No. 7 prospect, according to Baseball America for the Mariners going into the 2014. Signed for a reported $2.5m out of Venezuela in July
of 2011, the Mariners took the somewhat unusual move of starting him in Short Season Everett without any complex experience despite him being one of the youngest players in stateside
organized ball in 2012.
When Sanchez was 13 in 2008, he was the second-youngest player on Venezuela’s 14U COPABE Pan American championship team, a roster that included Rangers second baseman Rougned
Odor and Blue Jays righthander Adonys Cardona. Sanchez provided one of the highlights of the tournament, throwing a fve-inning no-hitter against Ecuador and missing a perfect game by a
hit batsman.
SCOUTING REPORT: ... Sanchez’ fastball is generally in the 90-91 range, but he can dial it up to 95 at times. As a general rule he pitches down with that offering, and it has some nice heavy
action at times. He also uses it up in the zone to get swings-and-misses when needed. His second best offering is the changeup, which is already a plus offering for him. He delivers the pitch
with great velocity separation, deception and late fade, and it, too, has swing-and-miss value. He also mixes in a curve and slider, but neither are anything special currently. Right now Sanchez
relies heavily on location and the fastball/changeup mix, but he’ll need to refne at least one of the breaking balls. The big right-hander has allowed only nine home runs in his 198 1/3 pro innings
going into 2014, constantly pounding the lower part of the zone and getting a lot of weak contact.
2014 Season: ...Sanchez made his frst Jackson start on 4/6@CHA at the age of 19 years 2 months and 7 days. Sanchez is the 2nd-youngest player to make a start for Jackson. First,
Carlos Zambrano in 2000 at 18 years, 8 months, 9 days. Taijuan Walker is 3rd and was 19 years, 7 months and 27 days when he made his frst start on April 9, 2012.
• Placed on 7-day DL on 4/16 with right forearm tightness...he was activated from the DL on 5/11
• Sanchez earned his 3rd win of the season on June 13 vs. JAX, while recording his 2nd career-complete game shutout (also: 7/17/13 vs. Lansing w/Clinton – 9.0,0,0,0,0,8,HB). Also
marked only the 5th time in his career to toss at least 7.0 innings (last: 8/18/13 at Kane County w/Clinton – 7.0,5,0,0,0,5).
2013 Season: ...Made 20 starts with Clinton…ranked 2nd in the Midwest League in ERA (2.78) and T2nd in WHIP (1.09), while also ranking amongst the league starters in fewest baserunners
per 9.0 innings (2nd/10.24) and in fewest walks per 9.0 innings (3rd/1.43)…tossed a 9.0-inning no-hitter in 27th professional start on July 17 vs. Lansing (9.0,0,0,0,0,8,HB).
MORE ON NO HITTER: ... The nine-inning no-hitter on July 17, 2013 in his 27th professional start as Class A Clinton blanked visiting Lansing, 1-0. What made the performance even more
memorable for Sanchez was that his mother had fown in from Caguas, Venezuela to watch what turned out to be his historic effort. It was the second time she’s seen him pitch on American soil
and the frst time in 2013. After plunking Dalton Pompey, the second hitter of the game, the 18-year-old right-hander retired 20 consecutive Lugnuts. A pair of errors by Clinton shortstop Ketel
Marte in the eighth inning put the potential tying run on third base, but Sanchez (2-4) set down the fnal four batters to wrap up his gem. It was the 22nd no-hitter in the 77-year history of Clinton
baseball and the seventh nine-inning gem. Current Jackson pitcher Jordan Shipers went the distance in the LumberKings’ last no-hitter on July 11, 2012.
Year/Teams W/L ERA G GS IP H R ER BB SO HR
2012 Everett 6-2 3.18 15 15 85.0 69 37 30 27 69 5
2013 Clinton 6-6 2.78 20 20 113.1 106 42 35 18 79 4
2014 Jackson 3-2 4.06 9 9 44.1 45 26 20 12 39 10
MilB Totals 15-10 3.15 44 44 242.2 220 105 85 57 187 19
Career Breakdown:
2014 SEASON HIGHS
Long Outing: 7.0 (6/13 vs Jacksonville)
Strikeouts: 8 (6/13 vs Jacksonville)
Walks: 3 (2x 6/13 vs Jacksonville)
HR All’d: 2 (2x 5/23 at Jacksonville)
Hits All’d: 9 (5/29 at Mobile)
Runs All’d: 6 (5/12 vs Tennessee)
Win Streak: 2 (6/8-6/13)
Loss Streak: --
SANCHEZ’ 2014 STARTS
DATE OPP SCORE DEC IP H R ER BB K HR PIT STR NOTES
4/6 @CHA L, 5-3 ND 5.0 4 2 2 0 6 1 77 53 Left after 5 IP and Jackson leading 3-2 (HR, Dickson)
4/13 MIS W, 5-4 ND 5.0 6 4 4 1 2 1 74 50 Jackson scored 2 in 8th and 1 in 9th to win 5-4
5/12 TNS W, 8-6 ND 3.2 5 6 4 0 5 2 62 44 First start after coming off DL on 5/11
5/17 MTG L, 4-0 L 4.0 2 3 0 3 2 1 68 43 3-run home run in 3rd by Jeremy Moore
5/23 @JAX W, 8-6 W 5.0 7 4 4 1 3 2 76 50 Home runs by Danny Black and Joe Benson
5/29 @MOB L, 2-1 L 4.0 9 2 2 2 3 1 70 41 G1 of DH at Mobile plust 23 minute rain delay in 2nd
6/3 HVL W, 9-6 ND 4.0 5 3 2 1 5 1 87 55 Home run was to Jason Rogers in 2nd
6/8 @BIR W, 8-6 W 6.2 5 2 2 1 5 1 91 62 Longest outing of the season
6/13 JAX W, 6-0 W 7.0CG 2 0 0 3 8 0 103 62 2nd career complete game shutout
2014 SEASON SPLITS
HOME: 1-1, 3.80 ROAD: 2-1, 4.35
vs. LH: .367, 5 HR vs. RH: .204, 5 HR
April: 0-0, 5.40, 8 K, 1 BB, .270 Opp. AVG
May: 1-2, 5.40, 13 K, 6 BB, .311 Opp. AVG
June: 2-0, 2.04, 18 K, 5 BB, .194 Opp AVG
Generals Record in Starts: 6-3
W/L ERA G GS IP H R ER BB SO HR Opp. Avg
vs. MIS 0-0 7.20 1 1 5.0 6 4 4 1 2 1 .300
2014 vs. Mississippi:
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TOMORROW’S GENERALS STARTER - LHP TYLER PIKE (AA DEBUT)
Sunday’s Start: 20-year-old LHP Tyler Pike makes his Double-A debut in game 4 of the series at Mississippi. Pike made 14 starts for Hi-A High Desert going 2-4 with a 5.72 ERA. This
is his 48th career start.
vs. Mississippi: ...This is his frst career start against the Braves.
Last Outing: ...Pike took a no decision last Friday in High Desert’s 10-9 win over Lake Elsinore in Adelonto. He allowed 4 runs on 6 hits in 5.0 IP, walking 4 and striking out 3.
PERSONAL:...Tyler Wienk Pike…graduated from Winter Haven (FL) High School in June, 2012
2014 Season: ...Began season with A+ High Desert and in 14 starts was 2-4 with a 5.72 ERA for the Mavericks.
• Earned the league’s Pitcher of the Week award, for May 26-June 1.
• Pike along with relievers Mark Bordonaro and Blake Hauser combined on a no-hitter as High Desert defeated Rancho Cucamonga 5-0 on May 28. It marked the 2nd no-hitter
in club history (also: 8/21/2006 at Inland Empire; also combined) and frst at Mavericks Stadium (also frst affliated with the Mariners organization). Pike (6.0,0,0,0,2,8) tied his
career-high with 8 strikeouts (last: 8/26/12 at AZL Brewers), but did not factor into the decision after leaving the game after 6.0 innings with the score tied 0-0.
bul l pen notes
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W-L ERA SV IP H R ER BB SO HR
Season Totals 32-39 4.18 16 628.0 619 341 292 236 486 54
The Ballpark in Jackson 16-18 4.82 7 310.0 315 186 166 130 248 26
Road 16-21 3.57 9 318.0 304 155 126 106 238 28
April 13-13 3.63 6 233.0 192 106 94 65 188 22
May 9-20 4.49 4 258.1 281 158 129 129 192 24
June 10-6 4.54 6 136.2 146 77 69 42 106 8
TEAM PITCHING
PITCHER LAST APP. IP,H,R,ER,BB,K LAST WIN LAST SAVE LAST LOSS SV/OPP RI/STRANDED
27 - Colvin (RHP) Sat 4/26@MOB 1.0,2,1,1,0,1 Tues 4/22 CHA
50 - Guaipe (RHP) Fri 6/20@MIS 1.0,0,0,0,0,1 4/18@TNS 6/20@MIS 5/3 PNS 5-7 12-10
55 - Hernandez (RHP) Thu 6/19@MIS 1.1,2,2,2,0,1 5/26@MOB 0-2 7-3
54 - Hill (LHP) Mon 6/2 HVL 2.1,3,1,0,1,2 6/2 HVL 5/19 MTG 0-0 5-1
31 - Hobson (LHP Fri 6/20@MIS 3.1,5,1,1,1,0 5/25@JAX 6/9@BIR 0-0
16 - Hunter (LHP) Thu 6/19@MIS 0.2,2,1,1,0,1 6/3 HVL 5/15 MTG 5/5 HVL 1-1 9-4
30 - Kohlscheen (RHP) Fri 6/13 JAX 1.2,1,0,0,0,3 4/13 MIS 6/13 JAX 5/9@HVL 6-7 4-4
17 - Shackleford (RHP) Thu 6/19@MIS 1.0,3,2,2,0,2 6/6@BIR 4/21 CHA 0-2 15-2
29 - Vargas (RHP) Fri 6/20@MIS 0.2,0,0,0,1,1 6/20@MIS 5/23@JAX 5/31 HVL 2-4 13-8
GENERALS BULLPEN BRIEFS
GENERALS BULLPEN NOTES
#17 - STEPHEN SHACKLEFORD, RHP
2014: 24 G, 5-1, 3.92 ERA, 0 SV Last HR: 4/28@MOB (Gomez)
Season High IP: 4.0 (4/21 CHA) Season High ER: 3 (4/27@MOB)
Season High K: 4 (4/21 CHA) Season High BB: 3 (2x 5/27@MOB)
2013: 47 G, 3-4, 2.72 ERA College: Savannah Coll of Arts & Design Years Pro: 5 Age: 24
• OBTAINED: Signed as a Minor League free agent on May 23, 2012
• Named a Southern League All-Star
• Began season 2013 with High Desert, fnishing 2nd on the team with 7 saves…held op-
ponents scoreless in 21 of 24 appearances, including a season-high 14.0 scoreless innings
(4 H, 6 BB, 11 K) from April 6-May 4
• Promoted to Jackson on June 7, appearing in 23 games going 1-2 with a 2.89 ERA
• Began 2012 season with the Florence Freedom in the Frontier Independent League be-
fore signing with the Mariners as a minor league free agent on May 23…led the team with
11 saves, despite only appearing in 28 games in relief.
• Graduated from Trinity (FL) High School in June, 2007…attended Savannah College of
Art & Design from 2008-10…named NAIA All-American and frst-team All-Sun Conference
in 2010…
• Originally selected in the 35th round of the 2010 June draft by the San Francisco Giants…
#50 - MAYCKOL GUAIPE, RHP
2014: 21 G, 1-1, 1.75 ERA, 5 SV Last HR: --
Season High IP: 3.0 (4/21 CHA) Season High ER: 3 (2x 5/10 TNS)
Season High K: 4 (2x 4/21 CHA) Season High BB: 2 (2x 6/1 HVL)
2013: 35 G, 3-4, 5.64 ERA College: Unidad Educativa Guaraguao Years Pro: 6 Age: 26
Obtained: Signed as a non-drafted free agent October 11, 2006
• No earned runs (1 UER) allowed in frst 16 innings over 9 games and 1 walk to start 2014
• He spent four years in the Venezuelan Summer League, then moved up to Pulaski in the
Appalachian League in 2011
• Spent 2013 season with High Desert…appeared in career-high 35 games and 57 Ks
• Spent four years in the Venezuelan Summer League before moving up to Pulaski in the Ap-
palachian League in 2011
• Recorded 3 saves last season, third among High Desert relievers
#29 - RICHARD VARGAS, RHP
2014: 22 G, 1-1, 6.00 ERA, 2 SV Last HR: --
Season High IP: 2.1 (3x 5/27@MOB) Season High ER: 5 (5/31 HVL)
Season High K: 3 (6/6@BIR) Season High BB: 4 (5/19 MTG)
2013: 23 G, 1-1, 3.48 ERA College: N/A Years Pro: 5 Age: 22
• OBTAINED: Signed by Seattle as a non-drafted free agent on Aug. 22, 2008
• Spent majority of 2013 season in Clinton after appearing in four games with Low-A Ever-
ett…made 23 appearances and held a 3.48 ERA
• Made Mariners farm system debut in 2009 at age 18, posted career-high seven wins and
a 1.69 ERA in 17 appearances.
#55 - MOISES HERNANDEZ, RHP
2014: 15 G, 0-3, 6.19 ERA, 0 SV Last HR: 5/29@MOB (Thomas, M.)
Season High IP: 4.0 (2x 5/17 MTG) Season High ER: 5 (4/24@MOB)
Season High K: 3 (2x 5/29@MOB) Season High BB: 1 (7x 6/14 JAX)
2013: 23 G, 1-2, 4.98 ERA College: N/A Years Pro: 10 Age: 30
• OBTAINED: Drafted by Mariners in the 10th round of the 2010 Draft
• Opened ‘14 season on 7-day DL...activated on 4/10
• Brother of Mariners’ ace Felix Hernandez
• Recorded career-high 12 wins in 2007 playing in A+, AA and AAA
• Made minor league debut with GCL Orioles of Gulf Coast League in 2003…went 2-1 in 4
starts and 8 appearances
• Debuted with Jackson in 2011, pitched in 95 games over 3 seasons
• 2007 CAR Mid-Season All-Star
#54 - NICK HILL, LHP
2014: 7 G, 1-1, 5.06 ERA, 0 SV Last HR: --
Season High IP: 2.1 (6/1 HVL) Season High ER: 3 (5/16 MTG)
Season High K: 2 (3x 6/1 HVL) Season High BB: 3 (5/16 MTG)
2013: 44 G, 3-3, 2.22 ERA College: Army Years Pro: 8 Age: 29
• OBTAINED: Selected by Seattle in the 7th round of the 2007 draft
• Began season with AAA Tacoma 11G, 1GS, 0-2, 9.90 ERA (11 ER/10 IP), 12 BB, 8 SO...
invited to MLB spring training...Sent to Jackson on 5/13...
• Divided 2013 campaign between 42 games at Double-A Jackson and 2 games at T
coma...appeared in just 2 games from 2011-12 while battling injuries.
• Limited left-handed hitters to a .171 average (12x70) without allowing an extra-base hit...
did not allow a home run in 2013.
• Spent 2009/2010 and part of 2013 in Jackson.
• Graduated from Sullivan East (TN) High School in June 2003…graduated from the United
States Military Academy in May 2007
#16 - KYLE HUNTER, LHP
2014: 17 G, 1-1, 4.26 ERA, 1 SV Last HR: 5/27@MOB (Lamb)
Season High IP: 4.0 (5/15 MTG) Season High ER: 5 (5/10 TNS)
Season High K: 4 (5/15 MTG) Season High BB: 3 (5/2 PNS)
2013: 42 G, 4-1, 1.80 ERA College: Kansas State Years Pro: 4 Age: 24
• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 31st round of the 2011 Draft
• Opened ‘14 season DL and was activated from extended spring on 4/16...made start
in G2 of DH @TNS on 4/17...
• Held opponents scoreless in 28 of 34 appearances with Jackson last season…limited op-
ponents to a .222 (47x212) average, including a .189 (10x53) clip vs. lefties…
• Went 2-0 with a save and a 0.89 ERA (4 ER, 40.2 IP) in 30 relief appearances and 1-0
with a 2.65 ERA (5 ER, 17.0 IP) in 4 starts…
• Graduated from Galesburg (IL) High School in 2008…drafted in the 33rd round of the
2008 draft by the Tampa Bay Rays, but did not sign…
• Played for Kansas State from 2009-2011…drafted by the New York Yankees in the 43rd
round of the 2010 draft, but chose to return to school…2010 honorable mention All-Big 12
#31 - CAM HOBSON, LHP
2014: 15 G, 11 GS, 4-5, 3.25 ERA, 0 SV Last HR: 5/19 (Rickard)
Season High IP: 7.0 (5/3 PNS) Season High ER: 5 (2x 5/19 MTG)
Season High K: 5 (2x6/14 JAX) Season High BB: 4 (5/8 at HVL)
2013: 26 GS, 6-11, 4.94 ERA College: Dayton Years Pro: 4 Age: 25
• OBTAINED: Mariners 11th round selection in the 2011 Draft
• Made 11 starts before making frst relief outing since 2011 on June 4 vs. HVL...
• Spent majority of 2013 season with High Desert, but also made 3 starts with Jackson to
conclude the season (8/19-9/2)…w/ JXN 1-2, 3.00 in 3 starts.
• Graduated from Crawford (IN) High School in June, 2008…threetime all-state pitcher…
led Crawfordsville to its frst IHSAA Class 3A State Title in 2008…
• Played for the University of Dayton from 2009-2011…originally drafted by the Yankees in
37th round of the 2010 draft, but did not sign
#27 - DAVID COLVIN, RHP
2014: 7 G, 0-0, 1.76 ERA, 2 H, 2 SV Last HR: 4/26@MOB (Peralta)
Season High IP: 3.1 (4/22 CHA) Season High ER: 1 (3x 4/22@MOB)
Season High K: 5 (4/19 CHA) Season High BB: 3 (4/5@CHA)
2013: 32 G, 5-0, 2.34 ERA College: Pomona Pitzer College Years Pro: 4 Age: 25
Obtained: Selected by the Mariners in the 27th round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft
• Placed on DL on April 27 with right shoulder tightness...activated from DL on June 19.
• Spent entire 2013 season in High Desert, made only 1 start in 32 total appearaces…Went 5-0
with a 2.34 ERA in majority relief work...totaled 57.2 IP
• Made debut with Pulaski in Appalachian League in 2011 at age 22
• Named First-Team All-SCIAC
• Pomona-Pitzer Most Valuable Athlete and Second Team All-West Region in 2011
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#2 - DAN PAOLINI, INF Multi-Hit Games: 12
Last Game: 0x3, RBI, BB, K on Thu Last HR: 5/27@MOB (Fleck)
MIS Series: 0x3, RBI, BB, K Streak: 0 (33 of 46)
Season Highs: Hits: 2 (13x 6/7@BIR) | RBI: 4 (5/10 TNS) | Streak: 9 (2x 5/29-6/7)
2013: 123 G .256 AVG, 18 HR, 73 RBI College: Siena Years Pro: 4 Age: 24
• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 10th round of the 2011 Draft
• Began 2013 season with High Desert, ranking 4th in the California League in home runs per at-
bat (1/18.65), while also fnishing 5th in the league in slugging percentage (.521)…
• Recorded 6 hitting streaks of at least 5 games, including a season-high 9-game hit streak, April
9-18 (.400/14x35, 10 R, 3 2B, 2 HR, 8 RBI, 7 BB)…
• Drove in a season-high 5 runs on April 28 vs. Stockton (2x3, 2 R, 2B, HR, 5 RBI)…
• Hit 9 home runs over 25 games from June 21-July 20, ranking 3rd in the California League dur-
ing that stretch…
• Promoted to Jackson on July 23, appearing in 31 games.
• Graduated from Bunnell (CT) High School in 2008…attended Siena College, 2009-2011…2009
Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American…named the MAAC Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011
#5 - JAMAL AUSTIN, OF Multi-Hit Games: 13
Last Game: 0x3, K Last HR: 4/24@MOB (Schugel)
MIS Series: 1x7, 3B, RBI, K Streak: 0 (36 of 43)
Season High: Hits: 3 (3x 6/8@BIR) | RBI: 2 (2x6/5@BIR) | Streak: 15 (5/29-6/19)
2013: 126 G, .288, 58 RBI College: UAB Years Pro: 4 Age: 23
OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 13th round of the 2011 MLB Draft
• Ended a 183-game homerless streak w/ HR on 4/24@MOB, frst HR since 7/1/12 w/ A- Clinton.
• Spent entire 2013 season with High Desert…fnished with career-highs in hits (150), runs (107),
RBI (58) and SB (40). The 40 SB led M’s Org.
• Owns a .985 career felding percentage…fnished 2013 at .984
• Made minor league debut with the Pulaski Mariners of the Appalachian League in 2011 at age 20
• Originally drafted by the Houston Astros in the 50th round of the 2008 MLB June Amateur Draft
from Harrison HS (Kennesaw, GA.) before opting to play college baseball
• Graduated from Harrison (GA) High School in June, 2008…
#5 - JOHN HICKS, C Multi-Hit Games: 11
Last Game: 0x4, 2 K Last HR: 5/23@JAX (Rogers)
MIS Series: 0x4, 2 K Streak: 0 (25 of 31)
Season Highs: Hits: 3 (3x6/8@BIR) | RBI: 3 (5/23@JAX) | Streak: 11 (5/6-5/23)
Career: 80 G, .236 AVG., 4 HR, 29 RBI College: Virginia Years Pro: 3 Age: 23
• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 4th round of the 2011 Draft
• Appeared in 80 games with Jackson, but was on the DL with a strained right groin, May 20-June 1…
• Threw out 49.3 percent (35 CS, 36 SB) of attempted base-stealers, which led the Southern
League among qualifying catchers…
• Hit safely in 16 of 17 games, including 16 consecutive starts, April 14-May 10 (.357/25x70, 13 R,
5 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 9 RBI).
• Appeared in 121 games with High Desert in 2012 and was named to both the California midsea-
son and postseason All-Star teams…
• Threw out 53.8 percent (57 CS, 49 SB) of attempted base-stealers which not only led the Califor-
nia League, but also led all full season qualifying catchers
#36 - MIKE DOWD, C Multi-Hit Games: 4
Last Game: 1x3 on Thu Last HR: 5/12 TNS (Kirk)
MIS Series: 1x3 Streak: 1 (15 of 20)
Season Highs: Hits: 2 (4x 6/8@BIR) | RBI: 3 (5/12 TNS) | Streak: 5 (2x5/18-5/26)
2013: 68 G, .242 AVG, 4 HR, 17 RBI College: Franklin Pierce Years Pro: 4 Age: 23
• OBTAINED: Selected by the Mariners in the 12th round of the 2011 Draf
• Finished 2013 season with Generals…had a .985 felding percentage with 228/259 putouts
• In 2012, recorded a career high .294 AVG, 43 RBI and .346 OBP with Class-A Clinton
• Played two career games at frst base with Clinton and High Desert
• Attended Cardinal Spellman HS in Brockton, MA.
#6 - LEON LANDRY, OF Multi-Hit Games: 11
Last Game: 1x1, RBI Last HR: --
MIS Series: 1x4, RBI, K Streak: 1 (20 of 25)
Season Highs: Hits: 4 (2x5/23@JAX) | RBI: 2 (3x 5/19 MTG) | Streak: 8 (6/5-6/15)
2013: 114 G, .216 AVG, 6 HR, 37 RBI College: LSU Years Pro: 5 Age: 24
• 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.
• Spent 2013 season with Jackson, ranking 5th amongst all Mariners farmhands with 22 stolen bases
• 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…
• Played baseball, basketball and football at Baker HS (LA), Member of 2009 LSU National Champion baseball team
19 - JULIO MORBAN, OF Multi-Hit Games: 0
Last Game: 0x3, BB, K Last HR: --
MIS Series: 1x7, R, BB, 2 K Streak: 0 (1 of 2)
Season Highs: Hits: 1 (6/19@MIS) | RBI: 0 (--) | Streak: 1 (6/19-6/19)
2013: 86 G .295 AVG, 7 HR, 44 RBI College: N/A Years Pro: 6 Age: 22
• OBTAINED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent July 2, 2008
• Began 2014 on DL and was activated by AAA Tacoma on 4/18...6 games for Rainiers batted .250
(5x20) with a 2B and RBI...transferred to extended spring on 4/30 - added to Jackson DL on 6/10.
• . In 2013 batted .295 (87x295) with 20 doubles, 5 triples, 7 home runs and 44 RBI in 86 games
with Generals..named a Southern League midseason All-Star and Southern League Hitter of the
Week (6/17-6/24)...placed on the DL Aug. 21 with a right tibula fracture suffered while sliding into
second base at Mobile...ranked 3rd in the Southern League in batting at time of his injury.
• Rated preseason by SeattleClubhouse.com as the No. 8 overall prospect for the Mariners.
• Limited to only 76 games in 2012 with High Desert due to 3 stints on the disabled list
2013: 128 G .297 AVG, 20 HR, 97 RBI College: Franklin Pierce Years Pro: 6 Age: 25
• OBTAINED: Signed by the Mariners as a non-drafted free agent in 2009
• Hit GS HR on 4/11 vs. MIS, frst HR of season...10G on-base streak 4/17-4/27...
• Appeared in 128 games with High Desert…ranked 2nd in the California League in RBI (97)
and doubles (36), while also fnishing T4th in extra-base hits (61) and 5th in walks (66)…led all
Mariners farmhands with 97 RBI.
• Graduated from Bristol Eastern (CT) High School in June, 2006…attended Franklin Pierce (NH) , 2007-09
• From Bristol, CT, the home of ESPN
#9 - KEVIN RIVERS, OF Multi-Hit Games: 8
Last Game: 1x4, K Last HR: 4/30 PNS (Corcino)
MIS Series: 1x4, K Streak: 0 (15 of 22)
Season Highs: Hits: 3 (6/5@BIR) | RBI: 4 (4/11 MIS) | Streak: 6 (4/20-4/26)
#41 - JACK MARDER, INF Multi-Hit Games: 14
Last Game: 1x3, R Last HR: 6/15 JAX (Wittgren)
MIS Series: 3x7, R, RBI, K Streak: 3 (19 of 25)
Season Highs: Hits: 3 (2x5/25@JAX) | RBI: 2 (2x 6/15 JAX) | Streak: 9 (6/1-6/13)
2013: 90 G .218 AVG, 4 HR, and 22 RBI College: Oregon Years Pro: 4 Age: 24
• OBTAINED: Drafted by the Mariners in the 16th round of the 2011 Draft
• Spent 2013 season with Jackson, appearing in games at catcher, second base, third base, left
feld, right feld, and designated hitter.
• 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 feld 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 qualifer.• Entering ‘13 season had only appeared in 83 pro games.
• Graduated from Newberry Park (CA) High School in 2009…attended the University of Oregon, 2010-11.
#11 - DARIO PIZZANO, OF Multi-Hit Games: 2
Last Game: 0x2, BB, K Last HR: 6/11 JAX (Urena)
MIS Series: 0x6, BB, 2 K Streak: 0 (13 of 22)
Season Highs: Hits: 2 (2x 6/4 HVL) | RBI: 5 (6/2 HVL) | Streak: 5 (5/31-6/4)
2013:126 G, .311 AVG, 8 HR, 70 RBI College: Columbia U Years Pro: 3 Age: 26
• OBTAINED: Mariners 15th round selection in the 2012 Draft
• Promoted to Jackson on 5/15 from A+ High Desert w/HD .275 (38x138) with a Cal league lead-
ing 16 doubles, 2 triples, 3 home runs and 21 RBI in 35 games at time of promotion.recorded frst
AA hit on 5/18 vs MTG after starting 0x10...
• Appeared in 126 games with Clinton in 2013…fnished 2nd in the Midwest League in doubles (40),
while also ranking amongst the league leaders in average (4th/.311), extra-base hits (T4th/53) and on-
base percentage (5th/.392)…led all Mariners farmhands with 40 doubles, while ranking T6th amongst all
minor league players…40 doubles were the 3rd-most in Clinton franchise history (1. Tod Ronson, 44 in
1987, 2. Vinnie Catricala, 41 in 2010), while his 144 hits ranked T11th…
• Grad from Malden Catholic (MA) High School in 2009…played three seasons at Columbia U,
2010-2012…in his freshman year (2010) …named to All-Ivy League frst team all three seasons…
named Ivy League Player of the Year in 2012
#3 - PATRICK KIVLEHAN, INF Multi-Hit Games: 10
Last Game: 2x4, R, 2B, RBI, K Last HR: 6/13 JAX (Nygren)
MIS Series: 3x8, 2 R, 2 2B, 2 RBI, K Streak: 14 (26 of 33)
Season Highs: Hits: 3 (2x5/3 HVL) | RBI: 3 (2x6/8@BIR) | Streak: 14 (6/3-6/20)
2013: 128 G, .303 AVG, 16 HR, 90 RBI College: Rutgers Years Pro: 3 Age: 24
• OBTAINED: Mariners 4th round selection in the 2012 Draft
• Promoted to Jackson from A+ High Desert on 5/10...recorded 12 multi-RBI games for High
Desert. His 35 RBI ranks 2nd amongst all minor league players.
• Dating back to August 1, 2013, Kivlehan has driven in 75 runs over 62 games in the minor
leagues. During this 62 game stretch leads all minor league players.
• w/HD .282 (40x142) with 24 runs scored, 9 doubles, 2 triples, 9 home runs, 35 RBI, 12 walks and 2 SB.
• Attended Rutgers University. He played four seasons of football before playing baseball his senior season.
• Named 2012 Big East Player of the Year, after earning the frst Triple Crown in league history.
He was named California League Player of the Week on April 21st and was the Northwest League
Player of the Year in 2012.
#7 - KETEL MARTE, INF Multi-Hit Games: 20
Last Game: 1x4, R Last HR: --
MIS Series: 4x8, 3 R Streak: 7 (35 of 42)
Season Highs: Hits: 4 (2x 5/11TNS) | RBI: 4 (5/15 MTG) | Streak: 13 (5/25-6/7)
2013: 117 G, .295 AVG, 1 HR, 37 RBI College: N/A Years Pro: 4 Age: 20
• OBTAINED: Signed as international free-agent out of Dominican Republic in 2011
• Started season hitting in 9 of 10 G (6 multi-hit) including a 4-hit game on 4/11 vs. MIS...
• Finished 2013 season in High Desert after playing 98 games in Clinton…Hit .304 with 115 hits
and a .700 OPS in Single A prior to call-up
• Recorded 36 multi-hit games with the LumberKings, including 9 consecutive multi-hit games from
July 30-Aug. 7 (.600/27x45, 9 R, 3 2B, 2 3B, 7 RBI)…since 2005, is 1 of 10 minor league players
to record at least 9 consecutive multi-hit games.
• Made minor league debut with DSL Mariners in the Dominical Summer League in 2011 at age 17
• Holds career .954 felding percentage…Split time between shortstop (188 games) and third base
(55) during minor league career
#43 - JI-MAN CHOI, INF Multi-Hit Games: 1
Last Game: 1x3, R, 3 RBI, HR on Fri G2 Last HR: 6/13 JAX (Nygren)
JAX Series: 1x7, 2 R, 3 RBI, HR, 3 BB, K Streak: 1 (2 of 4)
Season High: Hits: 2 (6/9@BIR) | RBI: 3 (6/13 JAX) | Streak: 1 (2x6/13-6/13)
2013: 122 G, .295, 85 RBI College: N/A Years Pro: 4 Age: 23
OBTAINED: Sighned by the Mariners as a non-drafted free agent on July 2, 2009
• Suspended 50 games on April 17 after 10G w/ AAA Tacoma .394 (13x33), 2 2B, HR, 5 RBI. activated
on 6/9 and was 2x4 w/ 2B and 2 RBI on 6/9@BIR.
• Represented the World team at the 2013 Futures Game at Citi Field in New York, N.Y.
• Hit .268 with 9 HR and 39 RBI in 2013 with the Generals
• Spent 2011 on the DL with a back injury
• Graduated from Dong San High School in Incheon KR
2013: DNP- Injured College: Boston College Years Pro: 4 Age: 25
• OBTAINED: Drafted by Seattle in the 7th round of the 2010 Draft
• Missed entire 2013 season with torn right hamstring suffered during 2013 spring training
• Spent 2012 season with High Desert…123 G, .280, 21 HR and 98 RBI
• Owns a .985 career felding percentage entering 2014 season
• Spent 2011 season with Clinton, appearing in 130 games…fnished 2nd in the Midwest League
in at-bats with 509
• Played 1B, 3B, LF and RF during frst three years of career
• Ranks second at Boston College in career home runs (37), third in RBI (152) and hits (208) and
eighth in runs (133)
• Graduated from Belmont Hill (MA) High School in June, 2007…attended Boston College from
2008-10
#21 - MICKEY WISWALL, OF Multi-Hit Games: 8
Last Game: 0x3, 2 K Last HR: 5/25@JAX (Montgomery)
MIS Series: 0x3, 2 K Streak: 0 (19 of 23)
Season Highs: Hits: 2 (8x 6/14 JAX) | RBI: 3 (5/18 MTG) | Streak: 12 (5/11-5/30)
REGULAR SEASON HITTING BREAKDOWN
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SCORE BY INNING 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 X TOTAL
Generals 40 36 26 29 51 42 12 25 25 1 5 1 295
Opponents 23 46 41 53 48 30 32 31 23 1 0 5 330
Multi-Hit Games Multi-RBI Games HR Type Last HR
PLAYER 2 3 4 5+ 2 3 4 5+ solo 2run 3run GS Date/Pitcher
5 - Austin 10 3 2 1 4/24@MOB (Shugel)
43 - Choi, J. 1 2 1 1 6/13 JAX G2 (Nygren)
36 - Dowd 4 3 1 5/12 TNS (Kirk)
8 - Hicks 9 3 1 3 1 1 5/23@JAX (Rogers)
3 - Kivlehan 10 2 1 2 2 1 6/13 JAX G2 (Nygren)
6 - Landry 11 1 2 3
41 - Marder 12 2 2 1 3 1 6/15 JAX (Wittgren)
7 - Marte 14 5 2 2 1
24 - Melendres 7 2 2 1 1 5/1 PNS (Stephenson)
19 - Morban
2 - Paolini 13 5 1 2 1 1 5/27@MOB (Fleck)
11 - Pizzano 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 6/11 JAX (Urena)
9 - Rivers 7 1 2 1 1 1 4/30 PNS (Corcino)
21 - Wiswall 8 2 1 4 1 5/25@JAX (Montgomery)
GENERALS HOME RUNS
Grand Slams (4): Jabari Blash (4/3@CHA, 5th), Kevin Rivers (4/11 MIS, 5th), Dan Paolini (5/10 TNS, 2nd), Dario Pizzano (6/2 HVL, 1st)
Back-to-Back (1): Ji-Man Choi (6/13 JAX, 5th), Patrick Kivlehan (6/13 JAX, 5th)
Inside-the-Park (0): --
Pinch Hit (0): --
Leadoff (0): --
Game-Winning in Last AB on Road (0): --
Multi (0): --
GENERALS DISABLED LIST
Name Type DL Dates Date Eligible Injury G Missed
David Colvin 7-day 4/27- 5/2 10
Stephen Landazuri 7-day 4/23- 5/1 left oblique strain 11
Jordan Shipers 7-day 5/11- 5/19 3
Starts by Batting Order Starts by Position
PLAYER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PLAYER C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH
5 - Austin 28 25 5 5 - Austin 2 54 1
43 - Choi, J. 1 3 43 - Choi, J. 3 1
36 - Dowd 1 7 23 36 - Dowd 29 2
8 - Hicks 9 13 13 6 8 - Hicks 32 10
3 - Kivlehan 1 23 11 3 - Kivlehan 1 32 1
6 - Landry 3 14 2 4 3 4 20 6 - Landry 30 14 6 1
41 - Marder 3 3 1 3 8 7 15 12 41 - Marder 40 11 1
7 - Marte 37 23 4 7 - Marte 3 61
24 - Melendres 7 1 2 1 3 6 18 24 - Melendres 19 3 2 4 3 8
19 - Morban 1 1 19 - Morban 1 1
2 - Paolini 29 14 12 2 1 2 - Paolini 30 12 4 11
11 - Pizzano 3 10 12 1 11 - Pizzano 18 8
9 - Rivers 9 17 9 2 7 6 9 - Rivers 1 40 9
21 - Wiswall 3 5 19 10 5 21 - Wiswall 36 6
Generals Hitting Streaks (5+ games)
Name Streak Dates Name Streak Dates
Jamal Austin 15 game 5/29-5/19 Dan Paolini 9 game 5/29-6/7
Patrick Kivlehan 14 game 6/3-current Patrick Kivlehan 9 game 5/22-5/30
Ketel Marte 13 game 5/25-6/7 Dan Paolini 9 game 5/16-5/27
Mickey Wiswall 12 game 5/11-5/30 Jabari Blash 8 game 4/3-4/11
John Hicks 11 game 5/6-5/23 Jamal Austin 7 game 4/21-4/27
Ketel Marte 10 game 4/28-5/9 Ketel Marte 7 game 4/17-4/22
Jack Marder 9 game 6/1-6/13 Ketel Marte 7 game 4/6-4/13
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REGULAR SEASON SUMMARY
TEAM HIGHS & LOWS
MOST RUNS, INNING:
GENERALS: 6 (5/11 TNS, 1st)
OPPONENTS: 8 (5/11 TNS, 4th)
MOST RUNS, GAME:
GENERALS: 13 (5/11 TNS)
OPPONENTS: 17 (5/11 TNS)
FEWEST RUNS, GAME:
GENERALS: 0 (5x 5/6@HVL)
OPPONENTS: 0 (4x 6/1 HVL)
MOST HITS, GAME:
GENERALS: 17 (6/8@BIR)
OPPONENTS: 18 (5/10 TNS)
FEWEST HITS, GAME:
GENERALS: 4 (5/6@HVL)
OPPONENTS: 2 (2x 4/30 PNS)
MOST DOUBLES, GAME:
GENERALS: 6 (4/12 MIS)
OPPONENTS: 5 (5/11 TNS)
MOST TRIPLES, GAME:
GENERALS: 2 (5/13 TNS)
OPPONENTS: 3 (2x 5/23@JAX)
MOST HOME RUNS, GAME:
GENERALS: 2 (3x 6/2 HVL)
OPPONENTS: 4 (5/10 TNS)
MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME
GENERALS: 3 (5/11 TNS)
OPPONENTS: 3 (4/18@TNS)
MOST ERRORS, GAME:
GENERALS: 2 (7x 5/11 TNS)
OPPONENTS: 3 (3x 5/18 MTG)
MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (PITCHING)
GENERALS: 22 (4/21 CHA)
OPPONENTS: 14 (5/9@HVL)
MOST WALKS, GAME (HITTING)
GENERALS: 11 (5/11 TNS)
OPPONENTS: 9 (2x 5/11 TNS)
MOST LEFT ON BASE, GAME
GENERALS: 14 (4/21 CHA)
OPPONENTS: 15 (5/1 PNS)
MOST DOUBLE-PLAYS TURNED, GAME
GENERALS: 4 (2x 5/8@HVL)
OPPONENTS: 5 (6/6@BIR)
GENERALS INDIVIDUAL
HIGHS & LOWS
SINGLE GAME HIGHS
MOST HITS (3 or more): Marte 4 (2x)/Landry (5/19 MTG)
MOST RUNS SCORED: Blash/Hicks2x/PIna 3 (3x)
MOST DOUBLES: Landry 3 (5/19 MTG)
MOST TRIPLES: 5 tied1 (5/17 MTG)
MOST HOME RUNS: Multiple 1 ()
MOST RBI: Blash/Rivers/Paolini 4 (3x)
MOST WALKS (HITTER): Blash/Paolini/PIna 3 (5/11 TNS)
MOST STEALS: Austin/Marte 2 (3x 5/8@HVL)
MOST INNINGS, START: Hobson 7.0 (5/3 PNS)
MOST INNINGS, RELIEF: 2 tied 4.0 (4/21 CHA)
MOST STRIKEOUTS: Walker/Olson 10 (4/9 MIS-5/9@HVL)
MOST WALKS (PITCHER); Ogando/Kittredge 4 (5/11 TNS)
MOST HITS ALLOWED: Hobson 8 (4/12 MIS)
MOST ER ALLOWED: Kittredge 9 (5/11 TNS)
LOW HITS CG (9IP) START: 0 (--)
LONGEST HITTING STREAK (5 or more):
15 - Jamal Austin (5/29-current)
LONGEST ON-BASE STREAK (5 or more):
26 - Patrick Kivlehan (5/22-current)
LONGEST RBI STREAK (CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH RBI):
4 - Dan Paolini (5/10-5/13)
LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
3 - Stephen Landazuri (4/11-4/22), Trevor Miller (5/7-5/18)
LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
2 - Trevor Miller (2x4/26-5/2), Matt Anderson (5/11-5/16), Cam Hobson (5/8-5/13)
LONGEST SCORELESS INNINGS STREAK (NO RUNS OF ANY KIND):
15.0 Cam Hobson (4/28-5/8)
TEAM MISCELLANEOUS
LARGEST COMEBACK WIN: 4 (4-0) (4/13 MIS)
LARGEST BLOWN LEAD (LOSS): 6 (5/11 TNS)
LONGEST GAME (INNINGS): 18 (4/21 CHA)
SHORTEST GAME (INNINGS): 9 (4/4@CHA)
LONGEST GAME TIME: 5:17 (4/21 CHA)
SHORTEST GAME TIME (9 INNINGS): 1:59 (4/4@CHA)
LARGEST HOME ATTENDANCE: 6,382 (6/14 JAX)
LARGEST ROAD ATTENDANCE: 8,403 (5/23@JAX)
LONGEST RAIN DELAY: :47 (5/15 MTG)
2014 Generals Awards 2014 Generals Ejections
Name Award Dates Name Date Umpire
LHP Cam Hobson SL Pitcher of Week 4/29-5/4
RHP Stephen Kohlscheen SL All-Star
RHP Mayckol Guaipe SL All-Star
SS Ketel Marte SL All-Star
2014 Field Staff
Manager - Jim Horner
Quick Facts about the Generals’ Manager:
Born: November 11, 1973
Birthplace: Snoqualmie, Washington
Resides: Kimberly, Idaho
College: Washington State University
Minor League Instructor: 8th year
Mariners Organization: 8th year
Double-A level: 1st year
Generals Manager: 1st year
Born Nov. 11, 1973…resides in Twin Falls, Idaho, with wife Katie, and daughters Madison and Reagan, and sons Jackson and
Tyler…begins his eighth season in the Mariners organization, frst as the manager of Jackson…rejoined the Mariners organization
prior to the 2013 season as manager of High Desert…spent the previous two and a half seasons (2010-12) as Hitting Coach at
Texas Tech University…left High Desert on July 30, 2010 to accept a position as coach at TTU…named the 2009 Mar ners Player
Development Staff Member of the Year and the California League Manager of the Year after leading High Desert to frst-place fn-
ishes in both the frst and second half of the season…managed Wisconsin in 2006 and 2007…was a coach for Everett in 2005…
signed as a non-drafted free agent Seattle on August 8, 1996…spent nine seasons as a minor league catcher with the Mariners…
graduated from Twin Falls (ID) High School in 1992…starred in football and baseball, including an honorable mention on the USA
Today All-American football team… graduated from Washington State University in June 1996 with a degree in criminal justice.
Coach - Mike Kinkade
Quick Facts about the Generals’ Hitting Coach:
Born: May 6, 1973
Birthplace: Livonia, Michigan
Resides: Pullman, Washington
College: Washington State
Minor League Instructor: 4th year
Mariners Organization: 4th year
Double-A level: 1st year
Generals Hitting Coach: 1st year
Born May 6, 1973…resides in Pullman, Wash.…begins his fourth season in the Mariners organization, frst as a coach for Jack-
son…spent the 2013 season as coach for Clinton…managed the AZL Mariners in 2012…rejoined the Mariner organization in 2011
as coach for Everett following his playing days with Tacoma in 2008…spent parts of six seasons in the Major Leagues from 1998
through 2008 as a utility player, including stints with the Mets (1998-1999), Orioles (2001), and Dodgers (2002-2003)…played for
Hanshin in the Japan Central League in 2004…previous to his professional career, was a standout player at Washington State
University…was a third-team All-American in 1994, and became the school’s leader in career hits with 304, a mark he still holds…
following his senior season, was drafted in the ninth round by Milwaukee in the 1995 June Draft.
Pitching Coach - Lance Painter
Quick Facts about the Generals’ Pitching Coach:
Born: July 21, 1967
Birthplace: Bedford, England
Resides: Gilbert, Arizona
College: University of Wisconsin
Minor League Instructor: 8th year
Mariners Organization: 8th year
Double-A level: 4th year
Generals Pitching Coach: 4th year (2010-2012, 2014)
Born July 21, 1967…resides in Gilbert, Ariz., with wife Kelly, daughters Jordan and Madison, and son Jake…begins his eighth season
in the Mariners organization, frst as pitching coach with High Desert…served as pitching coach of Jackson (2010-12), Clinton (2009),
High Desert (2008) and Wisconsin (2006-07)…pitched professionally from 1990-2003, spending time in the San Diego, Colorado, St.
Louis, Toronto and Milwaukee organizations, including 10 years in the Major Leagues…attended the University of Wisconsin…born in
England and became naturalized U.S. citizen in 1994.
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GENERALS COACHING STAFF
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FIRST HALF DAY-BY-DAY
DATE OPP. TIME SCORE RECORD PLACE (+/-) WIN LOSS SAVE GAME TIME ATT.
4/3 @CHA 6:15 W, 12-7 (11) 1-0 T-1st Shackleford (1-0) Stern (0-1) -- 3:55 (:23) 5,178
4/4 @CHA 6:15 L, 2-0 1-1 T-1st von Schamann (1-0) Landazuri (0-1) Martin (1) 1:59 3,061
4/5 @CHA 6:15 W, 6-1 2-1 1st Hobson (1-0) Reed (0-1) Colvin (1) 2:50 5,646
4/6 @CHA 1:15 L, 5-3 2-2 T-2nd Nelo (1-0) Pryor (0-1) Baez (1) 2:34 2,766
4/7 @CHA 6:15 W, 4-0 3-2 2nd Pries (1-0) Gould (0-1) -- 2:27 3,887
4/9 MIS 7:05 W, 4-2 4-2 2nd (-1.0) Walker (1-0) Batista (0-1) Kohlscheen (1) 2:37 3,671
4/10 MIS 7:05 L, 3-2 4-3 2nd (-2.0) Hursh (1-0) Miller (0-1) Simmons (2) 2:40 2,745
4/11 MIS 7:05 W, 8-5 5-3 2nd (-2.0) Landazuri (1-0) W. Perez (0-1) -- 2:50 2,016
4/12 MIS 6:05 L, 5-2 5-4 2nd (-2.0) Cornely (1-0) Hobson (1-1) Simmons (3) 2:46 2,814
4/13 MIS 6:05 W, 5-4 6-4 2nd (-1.0) Kohlscheen (1-0) Hoyt (0-2) -- 2:36 1,150
4/14 @TNS 6:15 W, 6-4 7-4 2nd (-0.5) Shackleford (2-0) Zych (0-2) Guaipe (1) 2:19 1,141
4/16 @TNS 10:30 L, 7-2 7-5 T-2nd (-0.5) Arrieta (1-1) Miller (0-2) -- 2:57 4,892
4/17 @TNS 4:30 W, 4-0 (7) 8-5 T-1st (--) Landazuri (2-1) Black (0-1) -- 1:55 --
4/17 @TNS G2 L, 3-2 (7) 8-6 2nd (-1.0) Cervenka (1-0) Shipers (0-1) Rivero (3) 2:20 2,138
4/18 @TNS 6:15 W, 5-2 9-6 2nd (-1.0) Guaipe (1-0) Searle (1-1) -- 2:43 3,735
4/19 CHA 6:05 L, 3-2 9-7 T-2nd (-1.0) Frias (2-1) Hernandez (0-1) J. Martin (2) 2:37 2,577
4/20 CHA 6:05 L, 12-0 9-8 T-2nd (-2.0) Brummett (1-1) Ogando (0-1) -- 2:49 1,030
4/21 CHA 7:05 L, 7-4 (18) 9-9 T-2nd (-2.0) Noriega (1-1) Shackleford (2-1) -- 5:17 746
4/22 CHA 11:05 W, 6-4 10-9 2nd (-1.5) Landazuri (3-1) Santiago (0-1) Colvin (2) 2:52 1,108
4/23 CHA 12:05 W, 5-3 11-9 2nd (-1.0) Hobson (2-1) Gould (0-4) Vargas (1) 2:40 730
4/24 @MOB 7:05 L, 8-3 11-10 2nd (-2.0) B. Cooper (2-0) Hernandez (0-2) -- 2:53 943
4/25 @MOB 7:05 L, 3-0 11-11 2nd (-3.0) Anderson (3-2) Ogando (0-2) Barrett (3) 2:40 4,832
4/26 @MOB 6:05 L, 6-2 11-12 T-2nd (-4.0) Chafn (2-0) Miller (0-3) -- 2:23 2,740
4/27 @MOB 2:05 L, 8-1 11-13 T-2nd (-4.0) Lee (3-2) Shipers (0-2) -- 2:30 1,241
4/28 @MOB 11:35 W, 4-2 12-13 T-2nd (-3.0) Hobson (3-1) Woodall (0-2) Kohlscheen (2) 2:37 3,598
4/30 PEN 7:05 W, 5-0 13-13 T-2nd (-3.0) Gillheeney (1-0) Corcino (2-3) -- 2:27 1,059
April Totals: 13-13 (6-5 Home, 7-8 Road) .237, 12 HR, 89 RBI, 22 SB 3.63 ERA, 188 K, 6 SV
5/1 PEN 7:05 W, 5-1 14-13 T-2nd (-3.0) Shackleford (3-1) Stephenson (2-2) -- 3:00 1,939
5/2 PEN 7:05 L, 4-1 14-14 3rd (-4.0) Moscot (2-1) Miller (0-4) Walczak (2) 2:39 1,494
5/3 PEN 6:05 L, 3-1 14-15 3rd (-4.5) Hayes (2-1) Guaipe (1-1) Dyer (2) 2:38 5,202
5/4 PEN 6:05 L, 10-1 14-16 3rd (-5.0) O’Brien (1-2) Olson (0-1) -- 2:45 1.224
5/5 @HVL 6:30 L, 2-0 14-17 3rd (-6.0) Cravy (5-1) Hunter (0-1) Goforth (7) 2:27 924
5/6 @HVL 6:30 L, 5-0 14-18 3rd (-7.0) Gagnon, D (3-1) Ogando, J (0-3) -- 2:41 893
5/7 @HVL 6:30 W, 7-2 15-18 3rd (-6.0) Miller, T (1-4) Jungmann (2-4) -- 2:45 578
5/8 @HVL 6:30 L, 7-3 15-19 3rd (-7.0) Suter (5-1) Hobson (3-2) -- 2:29 1,048
5/9 @HVL 6:30 L, 2-1 (13) 15-20 3rd (-8.0) Marzek (1-2) Kohlscheen (1-1) -- 3:41 663
5/10 TNS 6:05 L, 10-6 15-21 3rd (-9.0) Francescon (4-1) Shipers (0-3) -- 3:23 2,690
5/11 TNS 6:05 L, 17-13 15-22 4th (-10.0) Veras (2-0) Anderson, M. (0-1) -- 3:55 920
5/12 TNS 7:05 W, 8-6 16-22 3rd (-10.0) Miller, T. (2-4) Kirk (1-1) -- 2:39 784
5/13 TNS 7:05 L, 10-7 16-23 4th (-10.0) Francescon (5-1) Hobson (3-3) -- 3:11 710
5/14 TNS 11:05 Canceled due to rain
5/15 MTG 7:05 W, 8-2 17-23 3rd (-9.5) Olson (1-1) Mortensen (4-1) Hunter (1) 2:29 (:47) 1,988
5/16 MTG 7:05 L, 10-2 17-24 3rd (-10.5) Mateo, V. (6-3) Anderson, M (0-2) -- 3:01 1, 040
5/17 MTG 6:05 L, 4-0 17-25 3rd (-11.5) Floro (3-4) Sanchez, V. (0-1) -- 2:27 3,156
5/18 MTG 6:05 W, 8-1 18-25 3rd (-11.5) Miller (3-4) Gomez (1-1) -- 2:49 965
5/19 MTG 11:05 L, 11-9 18-26 3rd (-11.5) Ramsey, M (1-0) Hill (0-1) -- 3:23 4,556
5/21 @JAX 6:05 L, 6-2 18-27 3rd (-12.5) Urena (5-2) Olson (1-2) -- 2:30 2,441
5/22 @JAX 6:05 L, 3-2 (12) 18-28 T-3rd (-12.5) Higgins (1-0) Hernandez, M. (0-3) -- 3:23 6,726
5/23 @JAX 6:05 W, 8-6 19-28 3rd (-11.5) Sanchez, V. (1-1) Rogers (0-1) Vargas (2) 2:53 8,403
5/24 @JAX 6:05 L, 7-6 19-29 T-3rd (-12.5) Nicolino (3-2) Miller, T. (3-5) Manzueta (1) 2:48 6,253
5/25 @JAX 6:05 W, 6-1 20-29 3rd (-12.5) Hobson (4-3) Nygren (0-2) -- 2:24 5,039
5/26 @MOB 4:05 L, 8-3 20-30 3rd (-13.5) Hagens (3-2) Hernandez, M (0-4) Barrett (8) 2:51 1,195
5/27 @MOB 7:05 W, 5-4 (12) 21-30 3rd (-13.5) Shackleford (4-1) Fleck (2-2) Kohlscheen (3) 4:04 934
5/29 @MOB 4:10 L, 2-1 (7) 21-31 4th (-14.5) Schuster (2-0) Sanchez, V (1-2) Barrett (9) 2:21 --
5/29 @MOB G2 W, 4-1 (7) 22-31 4th (-14.5) Miller, T (4-5) Brewer (1-1) Kohlscheen (4) 1:53 955
5/30 @MOB 7:05 L, 8-2 22-32 4th (-15.5) Fitzgerald (4-0) Hobson (4-4) -- 3:06 2,983
5/31 HVL 6:05 L, 7-3 22-33 4th (-16.5) Cravy (8-1) Vargas (0-1) -- 3:17 4,319
May Totals: 9-20 (4-10 Home, 5-10 Road) .252, 16 HR, 109 RBI, 31 SB 4.49 ERA, 192 K, 4 SV
6/1 HVL 6:05 W, 7-0 23-33 4th (-15.5) Anderson, M (1-2) Gagnon (4-2) Guaipe (2) 3:10 (:40) 1,624
6/2 HVL 7:05 W, 9-4 (8) 24-33 4th (-14.5) Hill (1-1) Suter (6-4) -- 2:42 (:30) 746
6/3 HVL 7:05 W, 9-6 25-33 4th (-13.5) Hunter (1-1) Bradley (0-1) Kohlscheen (5) 3:06 869
6/4 HVL 12:05 L, 7-5 25-34 4th (-14.5) Moye (2-0) Miller, T (4-6) Goforth (13) 3:01 671
6/5 @BIR 7:05 W, 4-3 26-34 3rd (-14.5) Olson (2-2) Winiarski (0-2) Guaipe (3) 2:29 7,068
6/6 @BIR 7:05 W, 5-1 27-34 3rd (-13.5) Shackleford (5-1) Vance (4-2) -- 2:53 (:53) 5,907
6/7 @BIR 6:30 L, 9-3 27-35 3rd (-13.5) Blough (1-0) Snow (0-1) -- 2:40 6,907
6/8 @BIR 3:00 W, 8-6 28-35 3rd (-12.0) Sanchez, V (2-2) Snodgress (3-5) Guaipe (4) 3:03 5,317
6/9 @BIR 11:30 L, 6-5 28-36 3rd (-13.0) Winiarski (1-2) Hobson (4-5) -- 2:43 5,345
6/11 JAX 7:05 W, 4-0 29-36 3rd (-13.0) Olson (3-2) Urena (6-4) -- 2:13 813
6/13 JAX 5:05 W, 4-3 (7) 30-36 3rd (-13.0) Anderson, M (2-2) Smith, C (2-2) Kohlscheen (6) 1:50 --
6/13 JAX G2 W, 6-0 (7) 31-36 3rd (-13.0) Sanchez, V (3-2) Montgomery (1-1) -- 1:49 1,721
6/14 JAX 6:05 L, 12-4 31-37 3rd (-14.0) Nicolino (6-2) Landazuri (3-2) -- 2:40 6,382
6/15 JAX 2:05 L, 10-4 31-38 3rd (-14.5) Rogers (2-2) Miller, T (4-7) -- 2:35 960
First Half Totals: 31-38 (16-18 Home, 15-20 Road) .261, 37 HR, 271 RBI, 69 SB 4.15 ERA, 472 K, 15 SV
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SECOND HALF DAY-BY-DAY
DATE OPP. TIME SCORE RECORD PLACE (+/-) WIN LOSS SAVE GAME TIME ATT.
6/19 @MIS 7:00 L, 9-4 31-39 3rd (-14.5) Hursh (6-4) Olson (3-3) Shreve (2) 2:49 4,152
6/20 @MIS 7:00 W, 3-1 32-39 3rd (-14.5) Vargas (1-1) Harper (3-3) Guaipe (5) 2:32 4,051
6/21 @MIS 6:00
6/22 @MIS 5:00
6/23 @MIS 7:00
6/24 TNS 7:05
6/25 TNS 12:05
6/26 TNS 7:05
6/27 TNS 7:05
6/28 TNS 6:05
6/29 MOB 6:05
6/30 MOB 7:05
June Totals: 0-0 (0-0 Home, 0-0 Road) .000, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB 0.00 ERA, 0 K, 0 SV
7/1 MOB 7:05
7/2 MOB 7:05
7/3 MOB 7:05
7/4 @HVL 6:30
7/5 @HVL 6:30
7/6 @HVL 4:00
7/7 @HVL 6:30
7/8 @HVL 6:30
7/10 BIR 7:05
7/11 BIR 7:05
7/12 BIR 6:05
7/13 BIR 6:05
7/14 BIR 7:05
7/16 @MTG 7:05
7/17 @MTG 7:05
7/18 @MTG 7:05
7/19 @MTG 6:35
7/20 @MTG 5:35
7/21 HVL 7:05
7/22 HVL 7:05
7/23 HVL 7:05
7/24 HVL 7:05
7/25 HVL 7:05
7/26 @MOB 6:05
7/27 @MOB 5:05
7/28 @MOB 5:05
7/29 @MOB 7:05
7/30 @MOB 7:05
7/31 MTG 7:05
July Totals: 0-0 (0-0 Home, 0-0 Road) .000, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB 0.00 ERA, 0 K, 0 SV
8/1 MTG 7:05
8/2 MTG 6:05
8/3 MTG 6:05
8/4 MTG 7:05
8/6 @PEN 4:00
8/7 @PEN 6:30
8/8 @PEN 6:30
8/9 @PEN 6:30
8/10 @PEN 4:00
8/12 BIR 7:05
8/13 BIR 7:05
8/14 BIR 7:05
8/15 BIR 7:05
8/16 BIR 6:05
8/17 @HVL 4:00
8/18 @HVL 6:30
8/19 @HVL 6:30
8/20 @HVL 6:30
8/21 @HVL 6:30
8/22 CHA 7:05
8/23 CHA 6:05
8/24 CHA 2:05
8/25 CHA 7:05
8/26 CHA 7:05
8/28 @MTG 7:05
8/29 @MTG 7:05
8/30 @MTG 2:05
8/31 @MTG 5:35
August Totals: 0-0 (0-0 Home, 0-0 Road) .000, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB 0 ERA, 0 K, 0 SV
9/1 @MTG 12:05
September Totals: 0-0 (0-0 Home, 0-0 Road) .000, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB 0.00 ERA, 0 K, 0 SV
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GENERALS TRANSACTIONS
DATE MOVE
April 3 Opening Day Roster released: Pitchers (12+1): Jonathan Arias, David Colvin, Mayckol Guaipe, Cam Hobson, Stephen Kohlscheen, Stephen Landazuri, Trevor Miller, Jordan Pries,
Stephen Pryor, Victor Sanchez, Stephen Shackleford, Jordan Shipers, Richard Vargas. Catchers (2): Mike Dowd, John Hicks. Infelders (6): Patrick Brady, Jack Marder, Ketel Marte,
Nate Melendres, Ramon Morla, Dan Paolini. Outfelders (5): Jamal Austin, Jabari Blash, Leon Landry, Kevin Rivers, Mickey Wiswall. DL (1): Moises Hernandez
April 3 INF Gabriel Noriega activated from AAA Tacoma
April 3 INF Patrick Brady placed on 7-day DL
April 3 RHP Stephen Pryor added for MLB rehab assignment
April 5 RHP Jonathan Arias promoted to AAA Tacoma
April 8 RHP Taijuan Walker added for MLB rehab assignment
April 10 RHP Moises Hernandez activated from 7-day DL
April 13 RHP Taijuan Walker to AAA Tacoma to continue MLB rehab
April 13 RHP Stephen Pryor to AAA Tacoma to continue MLB rehab
April 16 INF Gabriel Noriega promoted to AAA Tacoma
April 16 RHP Victor Sanchez placed on 7-day DL (right forearm tightness)
April 16 LHP Kyle Hunter activated from DL and extended spring training
April 16 INF Patrick Brady activated from 7-day DL
April 17 OF Julio Morban activated from the 7-day DL and promoted to AAA Tacoma
April 19 RHP Jordan Pries promoted to AAA Tacoma
April 19 RHP Jochi Ogando activated from A+ High Desert
April 23 OF Nate Melendres placed on 7-day DL
April 23 LHP James Gillheeney activated from AAA Tacoma
April 30 OF Nate Melendres activated from 7-day DL
April 30 RHP David Colvin placed on 7-day DL
April 30 OF Jabari Blash promoted to AAA Tacoma
April 30 C Manny Pina activated from AAA Tacoma
May 1 RHP Stephen Landazuri placed on 7-day DL
May 1 LHP Tyler Olson activated from A+ High Desert
May 6 LHP James Gillheeney promoted to AAA Tacoma
May 7 RHP Andrew Kittredge activated from A+ High Desert
May 10 RHP Matt Anderson activated from A+ High Desert
May 10 RHP Jochi Ogando sent to A+ High Desert
May 10 INF Patrick Kivlehan activated from A+ High Desert
May 10 INF Ramon Morla sent to extended spring training
May 11 RHP Victor Sanchez reinstated from DL
May 11 LHP Jordan Shipers placed on DL
May 15 RHP Andrew Kittredge sent to A+ High Desert
May 15 LHP Nick Hill activated from AAA Tacoma
May 31 LHP Jordan Shipers activated from DL, transferred to High Desert
May 31 RHP Forrest Snow activated from the suspended list
May 31 RHP Moises Hernandez placed on the 7-day DL
June 7 RHP Moises Hernandez activated from DL
June 7 LHP Nick Hill placed on DL
June 9 INF Mickey Wiswall sent to R Pulaski
June 9 INF Ji-Man Choi reinstated from Tacoma restricted list activated from Tacoma
June 10 C Manny Pina outright trade to Toledo (AAA-DET)
June 10 OF Julio Morban transferred to Jackson from extended, placed on DL
June 10 INF Mickey Wiswall activated from R Pulaski
June 13 RHP Forrest Snow promoted to AAA Tacoma
June 14 INF Ji-Man Choi promoted to AAA Tacoma
June 14 RHP Stephen Landazuri reinstated from the DL
June 19 RHP David Colvin reinstated from the DL
June 19 LHP Tyler Pike activated from A+ High Desert
June 19 OF Nate Melendres placed on DL
June 19 OF Julio Morban reinstated from the DL