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INFORMATION BOX INDEX
1-0 Games...................................................... 317 Manager, All-Time Records.............................. 19
100 RBI Seasons............................................ 100 Mariner Moose................................................. 93
1-Hitters.......................................................... 206 Mariners Care................................................... 89
17+ Wins in Season.......................................... 98 Mariners Firsts................................................ 217
25 Home Runs................................................ 257 Mariners Hall of Fame, Criteria......................... 25
5-Hit Mariners................................................. 301 Mariners Hall of Fame, Members..................... 34
Attendance, Top 10........................................ 218 MarinersMedia.com........................................ 188
Batting First At Home....................................... 91
Baseball America League Top Prospects....... 231
Minor League All-Stars, 2016......................... 232
Minor League All-Time Affiliates..................... 240 NAME PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
Baseball Museum of the Pacific Northwest... 337 Multi-Hit Games, Consecutive....................... 255
Best Record (by Month)................................. 201 Naming the Mariners........................................ 52
Birthdays........................................................ 178 No-Hitters, Mariners......................................... 85 Dan Altavilla (all-tuh-VIL-uh)
By the Numbers............................................. 329 No-Hitters, Opponents..................................... 52
Consecutive Records..................................... 242 Opening Day Records.................................... 213 Casey Candaele (can-DELL)
Cycle.............................................................. 253 Organizational Standings, 2016..................... 230 Robinson Can (kah-NOH)
Designated Hitters, 2016................................ 171 Ownership History.......................................... 172
Perfect Games.................................................. 78 Steve Cishek (SEE-shek)
Doubleheaders............................................... 317
Draft, 2016...................................................... 330 Pinch-Hitters, 2016........................................ 165 Jarrod (juh-ROD) Dyson
Draft, All-Time No. 1 Selections..................... 241 Pitchers Who Have Batted............................... 70
Players Who Have Pitched............................... 70
Casey Fien (FEEN)
ERA, Lowest 2-Year Span.............................. 120
Extra Base Hits, 4 in a Game........................... 91 Pre-Game Workout Schedule......................... 346 Yovani (yoh-VAH-nee) Gallardo (guy-ARE-doh)
Fishel Award Recipients................................. 333 Qualifying Numbers........................................ 233 Ben Gamel (GAM-uhl)
Futures Game................................................. 234 Quality Start, Definition.................................. 123
Game Definitions............................................ 322 Record by Decade.......................................... 192 Nick Hagadone (HAG-ah-donn)
Game Ending Hits.......................................... 328 Record, 2016 Breakdown............................... 169 Mitch Haniger (HAN-ih-ger)
General Managers, History................................. 8 Roof, Safeco Field.......................................... 336
Gold Glove Legacy......................................... 237 Rookie Qualifications...................................... 254 Guillermo (gee-YAIR-mo) Heredia (her-ED-dee-uh)
Grand Slams................................................... 238 Safeco Field, High Batting Average................. 89 Hisashi (he-sash-ee) Iwakuma (ee-wah-kuma)
Ground Rules................................................. 338 Safeco Field, Inaugural Game Lineup............ 333
Hall of Fame................................................... 239 Safeco Field, Low ERA..................................... 89 Dean Kiekhefer (KEE-keff-ur)
Hitting Streaks, Mariners Longest.................. 131 Safeco Field, Outfield Wall Dimensions......... 339 Jean (gene) Machi (ma-CHEE)
Hitting Streaks, 2016...................................... 165 Save Rule......................................................... 98
Home Run Notes............................................ 208 Saves, Consecutive........................................ 120 Leonys (lay-OH-niece) Martin (mar-TEEN)
Home Runs, Both Sides of the Plate................ 70 Saves, Single Season..................................... 137 James Pazos (PAH-zohse)
Home Runs, by AL & NL Park........................ 195 Scoreless Innings Streak All-Time.................. 196
Scoreless Streaks, Reliever............................ 129 Max Povse (POVE-see)
Home Runs, Inside-the-Park.......................... 210
Home Runs, Leaders by Position................... 256 Season Leaders by Position .......................... 236 Marc Rzepczynski (zep-CHIN-ski)
Home Runs, Most in a Game......................... 338 Seattle Baseball History................................. 350
Strikeouts, 4 in Inning..................................... 123
Jean (gene) Segura (seh-GOO-ruh)
Home Runs, Opponents at Safeco Field........ 189
Home Runs, Safeco Field............................... 207 Strikeouts, Consecutive Games by Reliever.. 129 Scott Servais (service)
Homegrown Mariners....................................... 66 Strikeouts, Single Game Pitching................... 137 Shae (shay) Simmons
How To Figure................................................ 332 Ticket Information........................................... 339
Interleague Play.............................................. 187 Ties................................................................... 68 Drew Smyly (SMY-lee)
International Players....................................... 133 Triple Plays....................................................... 55 Sebastian Valle (VAH-yeh)
Kingdome Farewell......................................... 338 Two-Time Mariners......................................... 100
Logos Through the Years............................... 193 Winning & Losing Streaks.............................. 194 Pat Venditte (ven-DITT-ee)
Longest Games................................................ 59 Wins, First Season with Club......................... 137 Thyago (tea-AH-go) Vieira (vee-AIR-uh)
Longtime Mariners........................................... 79 Wins, Rookies with 10 Wins........................... 209
Low Hit Games............................................... 335 Youngest Mariners Debuts............................. 235 Daniel Vogelbach (VOE-gull-back)
Rob Whalen (WAY-len)
Mike Zunino (zoo-NEE-no)
Tony Zych (ZICK)
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FRONT OFFICE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
AL Club Stats..................................................163 Opening Day Lineups.............................. 211-213
Attendance Information: Opponents............................................... 180-189
2016 at Home................................. 177-178 Phone Numbers in Seattle..............................332

2017 MARINERS 2016 IN REVIEW


All-Time..................................................218 Pitching:
Award Winners, Mariners........................ 202-204 2016.......................................................164
Batting: 40 Season Totals....................................194
2016.......................................................164 Leaders Year-by-Year.............................196
40 Season Totals....................................193 All-Time Top 10......................................201
Leaders Year-by-Year.............................196 Player Biographies.................................... 35-147
All-Time Top 10......................................200 Postseason.............................................. 220-226
Behind the Scenes...................................... 30-33 Promotions Schedule, 2016............................352
Broadcasters........................................... 344-345 Pronunciation Guide................ Inside Back Cover
Coaches Biographies, MLB........................ 20-28 Radio/TV Information......................................346
Day-by-Day, 2016.................................... 173-175 Records, Club:
Directory, Front Office..................................... 2-4 Batting............................................ 205-206
Directory, Public Relations..................................4 Pitching..................................................207
Draft, 2016.......................................................330 General...................................................208
Executive Biographies................................... 6-16 Fielding...................................................209
Fielding: Rookie....................................................210
2016.......................................................165 Roster:

OPPONENTS
40 Season Totals....................................195 2017 Spring.................................... 157-159
Fill Box Index........................... Inside Front Cover All-Time.......................................... 214-217
Finishes...........................................................192 Safeco Field............................................. 333-338
Highlights, 2016 Team............................. 166-167 Schedule, 2017..................................Back Cover
Highs & Lows, 2016................................ 170-171 Scouting.................................................. 348-349
Hotels..............................................................332 Seattle Baseball History..................................350
Last Time It Happened............................ 198-199 Spring Training Info and Records............ 340-343
League Leaders, 2016 AL & NL.......................162 Standings, 2016 Major League Final...............162
Managers Biography.................................. 18-19 Transactions, 2016.................................. 175-176

HISTORY
Minor League: Won-Lost Breakdown:
Directory.................................................228 2016.......................................................172
2016 Team Stats............................ 229-242 All-Time..................................................192
Minor League Staff......................... 243-247 vs. Each Club................................. 180-189
Team Profiles.................................. 248-261
Player Biographies......................... 262-329
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CREDITS
Editor..................................................... Tim Hevly Photography........ Ben Van Houten, Getty Images,
Graphic Design........... Carl Morton & Katie Abram Bill Mitchell, MLB Photos
Contributors........... Fernando Alcal, Kelly Munro Special Thanks...................... Elias Sports Bureau,
Ryan Hueter, Randy Adamack, Rebecca Hale STATS, Inc., Baseball-Reference, David Vincent
Printing............................. DCG ONE; Seattle, WA

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FRONT OFFICE DIRECTORY
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
John Stanton, Chairman; John Ellis & Howard Lincoln, Chairman Emeriti; Chris Larson,
Jeff Raikes, Frank Shrontz, Buck Ferguson

OFFICERS
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer........................................................................................................................................................... John Stanton
President & Chief Operating Officer........................................................................................................................................................... Kevin Mather
Chairmen Emeriti.................................................................................................................................................................John Ellis & Howard Lincoln
Chairman, NW Sports Net LLC (ROOT Sports NW).................................................................................................................................... Bob Aylward
Executive Assistant Chairman, President & Ownership........................................................................................................................ Teresa Dugger

BASEBALL OPERATIONS
Executive Vice President & General Manager Baseball Operations.......................................................................................................... Jerry Dipoto
Vice President & Assistant General Manager Baseball Operations.........................................................................................................Jeff Kingston
Vice President Scouting............................................................................................................................................................................. Tom Allison
Special Assistant to the GM..................................................................................................................Joe Bohringer, Roger Hansen, Tom McNamara
Director Baseball Operations.............................................................................................................................................................Justin Hollander
Director Amateur Scouting....................................................................................................................................................................... Scott Hunter
Director Player Development.................................................................................................................................................................... Andy McKay
Director International Scouting...................................................................................................................................................................Tim Kissner
Director Team Travel................................................................................................................................................................................ Ron Spellecy
Director Major League Operations...................................................................................................................................................... Jack Mosimann
Director Baseball Analytics........................................................................................................................................................................ Jesse Smith
Player Personnel Coordinator.............................................................................................. Brandon Domaracki, Todd Donovan, Jason Karegeannes
Director Dominican Republic Administration..........................................................................................................................................Martin Valerio
Supervisor Dominican Republic Scouting.................................................................................................................................................Eddy Toledo
Supervisor Venezuelan Scouting...................................................................................................................................................... Emilio Carrasquel
Coordinator Special Projects International..................................................................................................................................................... Ted Heid
Coordinator Video Advance Scouting.............................................................................................................................................Emanuel Sifuentes
Administrator Player Development................................................................................................................................................................. Jan Plein
Medical Director....................................................................................................................................................................E. Edward Khalfayan, M.D.
Team Physician.................................................................................................................................................................................Mitchel Storey, D.O.
Senior Director of Athletic Training................................................................................................................................................................. Rick Griffin
Athletic Trainers.......................................................................................................................................................... Rob Nodine, Yoshihiro Nakazawa
Assistant Athletic Trainer Rehab.................................................................................................................................................................... Matt Toth
Director Player Performance................................................................................................................................................................. James Clifford
Major League Performance Specialist........................................................................................................................................................ Chad Uihlein
Visiting Clubhouse Manager............................................................................................................................................................................ Jeff Bopp
Home Clubhouse Manager............................................................................................................................................................................Ryan Stiles
Assistant Clubhouse Managers............................................................................................................................................. Billy Sepich, Pete Fortune
Video Coordinator Major Leagues..........................................................................................................................................................Jimmy Hartley
Video Coordinator Minor Leagues......................................................................................................................................................... Craig Manning
Pacific Rim Liaison Assistant / Interpreter................................................................................................................................................Antony Suzuki
Coordinator, Amateur Scouting.................................................................................................................................................................... Tim Stanton
Coordinator, Professional & International Scouting..........................................................................................................................................Ian Shaw
Quantitative Analyst...................................................................................................................................................................Dan Meyer, Joel Firman
Coordinator, Player Development..............................................................................................................................................................James Roche

BUSINESS OPERATIONS
Executive Vice President Business Operations........................................................................................................................................ Bob Aylward
Executive Administrative Assistant..............................................................................................................................................................Judy Vaught

CORPORATE BUSINESS & SALES, COMMUNITY RELATIONS


Vice President Corporate Business & Community Relations....................................................................................................................... Joe Chard
Senior Director Corporate Business.........................................................................................................................................Ingrid Russell-Narcisse
Senior Director Community Relations...................................................................................................................................................... Gina Hasson
Account Executive......................................................... Kristin Harwood, Albert Jaimes, Mike Farrington, Bill Aanenson, Tim Sexton, Kevin Williams
Manager Community Programs............................................................................................................................................................. Sean Grindley
Coordinator Community Services...................................................................................................................................................... Demetrius Grant
Coordinator Community and Client Services......................................................................................................................................... Korey Traynor
Administrative Assistant Client Services............................................................................................................................................. Melissa Wallace

SALES
Vice President Sales........................................................................................................................................................................ Frances Traisman
Director Ticket Sales............................................................................................................................................................................... Cory Carbary
Director Group Business Development...................................................................................................................................................Bob Hellinger
Senior Manager Customer Engagement.......................................................................................................................................... Nicholette Larson
Manager - Client Sales & Services...............................................................................................................................................................Tami Tomsic
Sales Business Analyst.................................................................................................................................................................................. Joe Chang
Business Data Analyst.................................................................................................................................................................................. Grant Jostol
Manager Group Events................................................................................................................................................................ Elizabeth McCloskey
Manager Group Sales............................................................................................................................................................................Marc Mahoney
Manager Season Ticket Sales......................................................................................................................................................................... JP Ryan
Manager Business Development...............................................................................................................................................................Brett Breece
Manager Premium Experience............................................................................................................................................. Monica Pavelka-Agbalog
Premium Sales.................................................................................................................Dennis da Silva, Dan Souder, Shawana Lee, Casey Cochran
Senior Account Manager Client Services................................................................................................................................. Jill Dahlen, Chuck Viltz
Account Executives Season Ticket Sales.................................... Mike Aceto, Colin MacDonald, Brittany McGinnis, Carlee Norquist, Ben Thielsen
Account Executives Group Sales................................................................... Alan Just, Max Manix, Brady Miletich, Jordan Paul, Brittany Williams
Customer Engagement Coordinators........................................................................................... Ethan Drigotas, Kylie Gacek, Taylor Marie Trobaugh
Client Sales & Service Associates........Logan Brokaw, Sam Cook, Juan Flores, Anthony Marchetto, Chris Mueller, Kaylea Ott, Jeff Rauma, Emily Wright

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COMMUNICATIONS
Senior Vice President Communications............................................................................................................................................. Randy Adamack
Senior Director Baseball Information.............................................................................................................................................................Tim Hevly
Director Public Information..................................................................................................................................................................... Rebecca Hale
Director Graphic Design.............................................................................................................................................................................Carl Morton
Senior Manager Baseball Information........................................................................................................................................................Kelly Munro
Senior Manager Baseball Information.................................................................................................................................................Fernando Alcal
Coordinator Baseball Information..............................................................................................................................................................Ryan Hueter
Manager Graphic Design...........................................................................................................................................................................Katie Abram
Coordinator Broadcasting/Marketing.......................................................................................................................................................Carissa Hunt
Executive Producer/Engineer, Radio.......................................................................................................................................................... Kevin Cremin
Television Director.................................................................................................................................................................................... Jim Armintrout
Radio/TV Broadcasters........................................................................................................... Rick Rizzs, Aaron Goldsmith, Dave Sims, Mike Blowers

MARKETING & PROMOTIONS


Vice President Marketing.......................................................................................................................................................................Kevin Martinez
Senior Director Marketing....................................................................................................................................................................... Gregg Greene
Director Mariners Productions.................................................................................................................................................................. Ben Mertens
Senior Manager Marketing.................................................................................................................................................................... Mandy Lincoln
Senior Manager Marketing.................................................................................................................................................................. Camden Finney
Senior Manager Digital Marketing.............................................................................................................................................Nathan Rauschenberg
Manager Game Entertainment................................................................................................................................................................... Mike Grace
Digital Media Producer....................................................................................................................................................................... Dominic Campese
Coordinator Digital Marketing................................................................................................................................................................ Colin OKeefe
Coordinator Marketing...........................................................................................................................................................................Jake Anderson
Senior Manager Productions................................................................................................................................................................... Olav Nossum
Video Editor............................................................................................................................................................................................... Chase Decker
Mascot Coordinator..................................................................................................................................................................................... John Behrle
Public Address Announcer........................................................................................................................................................................... Tom Hutyler

LEGAL & GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS


Associate General Counsel................................................................................................................................................................Melissa Robertson
Executive/Legal Assistant........................................................................................................................................................................... Susan Harsh
HUMAN RESOURCES
Vice President Human Resources............................................................................................................................................................. Lisa Winsby
Director Internal Audit Operations......................................................................................................................................................... Connie McKay
Director Human Resources.......................................................................................................................................................................Jeremy Weir
Director Payroll..................................................................................................................................................................................... Ginger Oldham
Manager Workers Compensation and Liability..................................................................................................................................... Therese Baxter
Benefits Manager........................................................................................................................................................................................ Tara Lindsay
Human Resources Administrator............................................................................................................................................................ Michelle Merrill
Scheduling Coordinator.........................................................................................................................................................................Barb Hackmann
Coordinator - Housekeeping................................................................................................................................................................... Britney Carlson
Reception Desk................................................................................................................................................................................................ Tari Elliott

FINANCE & BALLPARK OPERATIONS


Executive Vice President Chief Financial Officer.................................................................................................................................... Tim Kornegay
FINANCE
Vice President - Finance............................................................................................................................................................................ Greg Massey
Controller.................................................................................................................................................................................................Brooke Sullivan
Vault Manager/Sr. Accountant..............................................................................................................................................................Terry Jemtegaard
Financial Accounting Manager...........................................................................................................................................................Monica Marmolejo
Accounts Payable Supervisor.................................................................................................................................................................... Danny Cifaldi
Staff Accountant........................................................................................................................................................................................James Hyman
BALLPARK EVENTS & OPERATIONS
Vice President Ballpark Operations......................................................................................................................................................... Trevor Gooby
Senior Director Ballpark Operations..........................................................................................................................................................Tony Pereira
Director Engineering and Maintenance............................................................................................................................................. Ryan van Maarth
Director Safety and Security..........................................................................................................................................................................Chris Ellis
Director Ballpark Sales and Marketing.................................................................................................................................................Alisia Anderson
Senior Manager Ballpark Event Operations.........................................................................................................................................Michael Hilburn
Senior Manager Guest Experience...........................................................................................................................................................Amy Swisher
Senior Manager Security...................................................................................................................................................................... Erik Hackmann
Manager Ballpark Event Operations........................................................................................................................................................Jack DeShaw
Coordinator Ballpark Operations.................................................................................................................................................................Drew Miller
Coordinator Ballpark Operations.................................................................................................................................................................... Ngoc Do
Coordinator Events............................................................................................................................................. Christina Giorvas, Jordan McClellion
Event Sales Assistant...............................................................................................................................................................................Kendall Collins
Manager Facility Services................................................................................................................................................................... Jonathon Arnold
Head Groundskeeper........................................................................................................................................................................ Bob Christofferson
Assistant Head Groundskeepers.................................................................................................................................................................... Tim Wilson
Building Electricians...................................................................................................................................................................Josh Dreyer, Paul Fuller
Building Plumbers........................................................................................................................................................ Kenny Stanton, Jamie Whittaker
Roof Operations.....................................................................................................................................................................Vance Akres, Rob Wolford
Maintenance Specialist......................................................................................Chris Corsi, Dave Randolph, Michael Winchester, Jeromey Campbell
HVAC Technicians.............................................................................................................. Don Henneke, Chris Hunsaker, Steve Monson, Ron Patton
Concrete Technician ................................................................................................................................................................... Christopher McDaniels
Security.................................... Daryl Chadderdon, Frank Diss, Ed Mumphrey, Zac Price, Louis Newsom, Charles White, Angel Diaz, Rick Sheridan
Administrative Assistant Security............................................................................................................................................................. Lisa McLeod
Administrative Assistant Engineering & Maintenance..............................................................................................................................Megan Elliott
Senior Manager Housekeeping........................................................................................................................................................... Brandon Burton
Manager Housekeeping...................................................................................................................... Carlos Avila, Elizabeth Duncan, John McBride
INFORMATION SERVICES
Vice President Information Services...........................................................................................................................................................David Curry
Director Information Systems ...................................................................................................................................................................... Oliver Roy
Director Database and Applications....................................................................................................................................................Justin Stolmeier
Senior Developers...........................................................................................................................................................Shelley Separovich, Lyle Hazle
Manager - Systems Administrator...........................................................................................................................................................Ben Nakamura
Developer...........................................................................................................................................................................................Dexter Closterman
Assistant Applications Developer............................................................................................................................................................... Albert Tyshler
Systems Administrator...............................................................................................................................................................................Josh Wittmier
Manager - Audio & Video Engineering......................................................................................................................................................... Yezmin Blue
Video Maintenance Technician.................................................................................................................................................................. Scott Thomas
PROCUREMENT
Senior Director Procurement................................................................................................................................................................... Norma Cant
Procurement Manager/Buyer.......................................................................................................................................................................Casey Tager
Procurement Assistant Buyer................................................................................................................................................................... Austin Benson
Procurement Assistant................................................................................................................................................................................... Jean Elliott
Office Services Coordinator..............................................................................................................................................................................Jim Reha
Manager Shipping & Receiving........................................................................................................................................................ Juan Oarbeascoa
Shipping & Receiving Assistant...............................................................................................................................................................Steven Morales
Warehouse Assistant.................................................................................................................................................................................... RJ Sanchez

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FRONT OFFICE DIRECTORY (continued)
MERCHANDISING
Senior Director Retail Operations........................................................................................................................................................Julie McGillivray
Director - Retail Stores............................................................................................................................................................................... Craig Geffrey
Director Retail Merchandising.................................................................................................................................................................. Renee Steyh
Manager - Game Used & Memorabilia/Sr. Buyer......................................................................................................................................... Shawn Wert
Manager - Retail Marketing/Buyer............................................................................................................................................................ Mary Beeman
Manager - Distribution Center................................................................................................................................................................... Jordan Seiber
Manager - Safeco Field Team Store.............................................................................................................................................................. Kelly Walsh
Manager - Safeco Field Souvenirs................................................................................................................................................................. Seth Wyler
Managers - Team Store.......................................................................................... Donald Darnbrough, Yuko Iwahashi, Rhys Stanley, Tashina Willard
Assistant Buyer - Merchandise..............................................................................................................................................................Caitlin Finnegan
Assistant Manager - Safeco Field Team Store............................................................................................................................................ Sean Guiney
Assistant Manager - Distribution Center...................................................................................................................................................Trevor Weimer
Merchandise Assistant...........................................................................................................................................................................Caitlin Finnegan
TICKET SERVICES
Senior Director Ticket and Parking Operations.....................................................................................................................................Malcolm Rogel
Director Ticket Services.....................................................................................................................................................................Jennifer Sweigert
Manager Ticket Operations...................................................................................................................................................................Lincoln Loeber
Manager Box Office.................................................................................................................................................................................. Bob Brunner
Coordinator Ticket Services.................................................................................................................................................................. Tracy Koletzky
Coordinator Ticket Services................................................................................................................................................................ David Woolman
Supervisor Parking Operations...............................................................................................................................................................Jerry Johnson
Assistant Supervisor Parking Operations............................................................................................................................................... Steve Mitchell

2017 PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTORY


AMERICAN LEAGUE
Team Contact Area Code Office Direct
Baltimore Kristen Hudak 410 547-6100 547-6159
Jim Misudek 410 547-6100 547-6106
Boston Kevin Gregg 617 226-6000 226-6759
Abby DeCicco 617 226-6000 226-6214
Chicago Bob Beghtol 312 674-1000 674-5303
Ray Garcia 312 674-1000 674-5306
Cleveland Bart Swain 216 420-4238 420-4386
Court Berry-Tripp 216 420-4238 420-4391
Detroit Ron Colangelo 313 471-2000 471-2024
Chad Crunk 313 471-2000 471-2092
Houston Gene Dias 713 259-8000 259-8985
Steve Grande 713 259-8000 259-8990
Kansas City Mike Swanson 816 921-9000 504-4713
Mike Cummings 816 921-9000 504-4368
Los Angeles Tim Mead 714 940-2000 940-2003
Eric Kay 714 940-2000 940-2173
Minnesota Dustin Morse 612 659-3400 659-3472
Mitch Hested 612 659-3400 659-3473
New York Jason Zillo 718 579-4460 579-4515
Michael Margolis 718 579-4460 579-4503
Oakland Mike Selleck 510 638-4900 563-2233
Zak Basch 510 638-4900 563-2236
SEATTLE Tim Hevly 206 346-4000 346-4402
Kelly Munro 206 346-4000 346-4401
Fernando Alcal 206 346-4000 346-4404
Ryan Hueter 206 346-4000 346-4403
Tampa Bay Dave Haller 727 825-3137 825-3485
Craig Vanderkam 727 825-3137 825-3473
Texas John Blake 817 273-5203 273-5208
Rich Rice 817 273-5203 273-5204
Toronto Jay Stenhouse 416 341-1303 341-1248
Mal Romanin 416 341-1303 341-1249
MLB Pat Courtney 212 931-7800 931-7878
Mike Teevan 212 931-7800 931-7879

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Team Contact Area Code Office Direct
Arizona Josh Rawitch 602 462-6500 462-6746
Atlanta Brad Hainje 404 522-7630 614-1307
Chicago Peter Chase 773 404-2827 404-4021
Cincinnati Rob Butcher 513 765-7000 765-7090
Colorado Warren Miller 303 312-2325 312-2326
Florida Matt Roebuck 305 626-7400 626-7476
Los Angeles Joe Jareck 323 224-1500 224-1549
Milwaukee Mike Vassallo 414 902-4500 902-4473
New York Jay Horwitz 718 507-6387 565-4330
Philadelphia Greg Casterioto 215 463-6000 218-5297
Pittsburgh Jim Trdinich 412 323-5000 325-4728
St. Louis Brian Bartow 314 345-9600 345-9313
San Diego Shana Wilson 619 795-5000 795-5261
San Francisco Matt Chisholm 415 972-2000 972-2441
Washington Amanda Comak 202 640-7000 640-7417

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2017 SEATTLE MARINERS

FRONT OFFICE

Mariners Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John Stanton


OFFICERS
FRONT OFFICE

JOHN STANTON
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
John Stanton was named Chairman and Chief Executive Officer on Aug. 19,
2016. Stanton joined the Mariners ownership group in December of 2000, and
became a member of the Board of Directors in 2016.
Born in Seattle and raised in Bellevue, WA, Stanton is considered a wireless
industry pioneer, co-founding three national wireless operators in the United States
over the past four decades.
He is currently Chairman of the Trilogy Partnerships, a private investment firm,
and also serves on the boards of Columbia Sportswear, Microsoft Corporation and Costco Wholesale
Corporation. He is Chairman of Year Up (a non-profit program for youth in Seattle), and a member of the
board of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, after previously serving as chair (or co-chair)
of the boards of Whitman College, the Business Partnership for Early Learning, the United Way of King
County campaign, the Washington Roundtable and the Regional Transportation Commission.
John and his wife Terry Gillespie currently own indirect interests in the Tacoma Rainiers (AAA Pacific
Coast League) and in the Walla Walla Sweets and Yakima Pippins of the West Coast Collegiate Baseball
League. He has been active in youth baseball in the area for over 15 years.
John earned a B.A. from Whitman College (Walla Walla, WA) and an MBA from Harvard Business
School. John and Terry have two grown sons.

KEVIN MATHER
President & Chief Operating Officer
Kevin Mather was named Seattle Mariners President and Chief Operating Of-
ficer on Feb. 1, 2014.
Mather joined the Mariners in 1996 as the Vice President of Finance and Admin-
istration. He was promoted to Executive Vice President of Finance and Ballpark
Operations in 1999.
In 2016, Mather was named to Commissioner Rob Manfreds Long-Term
Strategic Planning Committee, Revenue Sharing Definitions Committee and the
chairman of the Internal Audit Committee. During his career with the Mariners, Mather worked closely
with executives and members of the ownership group who served on key Major League Baseball
committees to address issues of league-wide concern including finance & compensation, MLBs long-
term investment fund and insurance coverages.
Prior to the Mariners, Mather worked for the Minnesota Twins from 1989-1996 where he served as
Director and then Vice President of Finance. Before his career in baseball, Mather was with the Certified
Public Accounting firm of Deloitte, Haskins & Sells for four years, and The Pohlad Companies of Min-
neapolis for one year.
Mather grew up listening to Bob Uecker as a Milwaukee Brewers fan in Madison, Wisconsin. He is a
1984 graduate of the University of Wisconsin where he received his B.A. degree in accounting and risk/
insurance. He is on the Executive Board of Junior Achievement of Washington. His hobbies include his
family, golf and his two dogs.
He and his wife Shannon live in Issaquah and have three grown sons: J.P., David and Steven.

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OFFICERS (continued)

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HOWARD LINCOLN
Chairman Emeritus
A key player in the formation of the ownership group that saved the Mariners for
Seattle in 1992, Howard Lincoln served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
from Sept. 27, 1999 to Aug. 19, 2016, when he was named Chairman Emeritus. His
service was recognized with the Seattle Mariners Franchise Achievement Award in
2016. Lincoln continues as a member of the board of directors.
On Feb. 14, 2000 Lincoln retired from his position as chairman of Nintendo of
America, Inc. to devote his full efforts to the Mariners. Lincoln joined Nintendo as
its senior vice president and general counsel in January 1983. In February 1994, he was elected to the
board of Nintendo of America, Inc. and appointed chairman of the company.
Philanthropy plays an important role in Lincolns life. In addition to his strong support of the Mariners
Care Foundation, he is a former chairman of the Childrens Hospital Foundation. He was the Campaign
Chair of United Way of King Countys 2003/04 Annual Campaign. Lincoln is a board member of The
Washington Roundtable.
Lincoln is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, and holds a law degree from Boalt
Hall, the University of California School of Law. Following graduation from law school, Lincoln served as
a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate Generals Corps from 1966 to 1970. He practiced law in
Seattle from 1970 to 1983. He and his wife, Grace, reside on Mercer Island. Their son, Brad, and his wife,
Kim, have two children: Ethan and Benjamin.

JOHN ELLIS
Chairman Emeritus
A life-long resident of the Seattle area, John Ellis led the efforts to keep Major
League Baseball in the Pacific Northwest. Upon transfer of the Mariners franchise
to the new ownership group, Ellis became its first chairman and CEO, serving from
June 29, 1992 until September 27, 1999, when he was named Chairman Emeritus.
Ellis continues as a member of the Mariners Board of Directors.
During the seven full seasons of his tenure, the Mariners only finished below
.500 once, while winning two Division titles and narrowly missing a third. Com-
munity and fan support improved enormously attendance grew from 1,651,398 in 1992 to 3,507,975
in 2001. The greatest accomplishment under his leadership was the construction of our world-class
ballpark, Safeco Field.
His service was recognized with the Seattle Mariners Franchise Achievement Award in 2016.
Ellis has served variously on the MLB Executive Council, the International, Ownership and Com-
pensation & Finance Committee and he chaired the Baseball Endowment Limited Partnership (BELP)
Committee.
John started his career as a lawyer with Perkins Coie in 1953 (where he is now of counsel). He then
joined Puget Sound Power & Light Company (now Puget Sound Energy) in 1970, where he served vari-
ously as President, C.E.O. and Chairman until his retirement in 1993. During his utility career he served
nationally as Chair of the Edison Electric Institute, and the Electric Power Research Institute.
Although a loyal Husky, he was also Chair of the Board of Regents of Washington State University and
Seattle University, uniquely at the same time. He and his wife, Doris, have 4 children and 8 grandchildren
all Mariners fans.

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BASEBALL OPERATIONS
FRONT OFFICE

JERRY DIPOTO
Executive Vice President & General Manager,
Baseball Operations
Jerry Dipoto (dih-POH-toe) was named as the ninth General Manager in Seattle
Mariners history after being hired on Sept. 28, 2015.
In his first months on the job, Dipoto completely remade the Mariners Major
League roster, as well as revamping the Mariners Major League staff, scouting and
player development departments. From his
hiring to Feb. 9, 2017, Jerry and his staff Seattle Mariners GMs
completed a MLB-high 39 separate trades (involving 99 players), Lou Gorman............................1977-80
including 13 trades (involving 35 players) from the end of the 2016 Dan OBrien.............................1981-83
Hal Keller.................................1984-85
season to Feb. 9.
Dick Balderson........................1986-88
The reshaping of the roster and minor league system resulted in Woody Woodward...................1988-99
the 2016 Mariners organization playing 927 total games (at all levels) Pat Gillick................................2000-03
and only one -- the final regular season game for the big league club Bill Bavasi................................2004-08
-- not having playoff implications. Jack Zduriencik.......................2009-15
The Mariners were in the race through 161 games, and each of Jerry Dipoto...............................2015-
the seven minor league affiliates advanced to the postseason.
Prior to being hired by Seattle, Dipoto was working as a Special Assistant for the Boston Red Sox.
He joined the Sox after resigning from his position as the Los Angeles Angels General Manager on July
1, 2015.
Dipoto was the Angels GM from Oct. 29, 2011-July 1, 2015, helping guide the club to the American
League West title in 2014, finishing with the most wins (98) in the Majors. Notable acquisitions during
his Angels tenure included trades for All-Stars Huston Street, Zack Greinke, David Freese and Hector
Santiago, and the free agent signings of Albert Pujols (2011) and C.J. Wilson (2011).
A veteran of 15 seasons as a baseball executive, he got his start immediately after retiring as a player
in 2001. He was a special assistant for the Colorado Rockies (2001-02), followed by two seasons working
in the scouting department for the Boston Red Sox (2003-04). He returned to the Rockies as the Direc-
tor of Player Personnel (2005) and then moved to the Arizona organization as Vice President of Player
Personnel (2006-10) and was appointed the Diamondbacks interim General Manager on July 1, 2010. he
spent the 2011 season as the D-Backs Sr. VP of Scouting and Player Development.
Dipoto appeared in 390 Major League games, all in relief, with the Indians (1993-94), New York Mets
(1995-96) and Colorado Rockies (1997-2000). The right-handed pitcher compiled a career 27-24 record
with 49 saves and a 4.05 ERA prior to retiring during spring training in 2001 with a bulging disc in his
neck.
He was originally selected by the Cleveland Indians in the 3rd round of the 1989 June Draft out of
Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, VA). Dipoto led the Rams to their first appearance in the
NCAA Tournament in 1988 and remains in the top 10 in VCU history in several pitching categories. Dipoto
played high school baseball at Toms River High School North in New Jersey.
Jerry and his wife, Tamie, reside in Mercer Island, WA. They have two daughters: Taylor and Jordan,
and one son, Jonah.

JERRY DIPOTO CAREER TIMELINE


1989-1992.......Minor League Baseball with Cleveland Indians
1993-2000.......Played 8 MLB seasons with Cleveland (1993-94), New York-NL (1995-96), Colorado (1997-2000)
2001................Rockies Special Assistant to the GM
2003-2004.......Red Sox Scouting Department
2005................Rockies Director of Player Personnel
2006-2010.......Diamondbacks Vice President, Player Personnel
2010................Diamondbacks Interim General Manager (July 1, 2010 - Sept. 21, 2010)
2011................Diamondbacks Sr. Vice President, Scouting & Player Development
2011-2015.......Angels General Manager (Oct. 29, 2011 - July 1, 2015)
2015................Red Sox Special Assistant
2015-current....Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations (hired Sept. 28, 2015)

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BASEBALL OPERATIONS (continued)

FRONT OFFICE
JEFF KINGSTON
Vice President & Assistant General Manager
Jeff Kingston is entering his eighth full season with the Mariners, his second
since being promoted to Vice President & Assistant General Manager of Baseball
Operations on Oct. 29, 2015. He was originally hired by Seattle as Assistant Gen-
eral Manager on Sept. 17, 2009.
Jeff assists Jerry Dipoto in all player acquisitions, contract negotiations and
player evaluations while overseeing the Player Development department. Last sea-
son, all seven of the Mariners minor league affiliates advanced to the postseason.
Hes also actively involved with Major League roster, payroll and budget management.
Jeff played a key role in the construction of the Mariners new facility in the Dominican Republic and
the remodeled Spring Training complex in Peoria, AZ.
Kingston spent nine seasons (2001-09) working with the San Diego Padres. Jeff was originally hired by
the Padres as an intern in the corporate development department in the summer of 1999. After spending
2000 working for an Internet company, he returned to the Padres in 2001 as an Assistant to the Director
of Player Development. He was promoted to Director of Baseball Operations in Nov. 2002, a position he
held until being hired by the Mariners.
Jeff is a 1999 graduate of Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA, where he earned a degree in economics.
He is married and has three children.

JUSTIN HOLLANDER
Director, Baseball Operations
Justin Hollander is in his first full year with the Mariners after being hired as the
teams Director of Baseball Operations on September 23, 2016.
In his current role, Justin assists Jerry Dipoto and Jeff Kingston with player
procurement, negotiations of Major League contracts, arbitration, 40-man roster
composition and baseball statistical research.
Prior to joining the Mariners, Justin spent the previous nine seasons in the Los
Angeles Angels front office, serving several different roles in the Angels baseball
operations department.
He began his career with the Angels in January, 2008, as a player development & scouting assistant.
In that role, he worked closely with department heads in several different aspects of baseball operations,
including arbitration, research and advance scouting. He was promoted to Director, Baseball Operations
in 2012 and served as the Director, Player Personnel in 2016.
Prior to his time with the Angels, Hollander worked for one year as an associate attorney with the
Ducker Spradling Metzger & Wynne Law Corporation in San Diego and as a statistical stringer for MLB.
com (2005-08).
A native of Dayton, OH, Hollander is a 2001 graduate of Ohio State University (B.S., business adminis-
tration and marketing) and received his law degree from the University of San Diego in 2004.
Justin, and his wife Whitney, reside in Seattle with their son, Elliott and daughter, Lucy.

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BASEBALL OPERATIONS (continued)
FRONT OFFICE

JOE BOHRINGER
Special Assistant to the General Manager
Joe Bohringer was named to his current position on Oct. 29, 2015. This season
will be his 28th year in professional baseball.
He spent the previous four seasons (2012-2015) as the Chicago Cubs Director
of Professional Scouting. Joe served as a pro scout for the Arizona Diamondbacks
(2006-11) where he evaluated professional players at all levels and assisted with
crosschecking amateur players for the Arizona drafts in 2009 & 2010. He previously
spent five seasons as an area scouting supervisor for the Seattle Mariners from
2002-06, first in California and then in the upper Midwest. Before beginning his scouting career, he spent
three seasons as Senior Manager of Player Development for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1998-2001). Prior
to joining the Dodgers, Joe worked with minor league clubs in Buffalo, New York and Ottawa.
Joe graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1993 with a business degree from
MITs Sloan School of Management and began his baseball career with internships with the New York
Yankees and Pittsburgh Pirates while a student at MIT.
He resides in Western Springs, IL, with his wife, Kathleen and daughter, Lauren.

ROGER HANSEN
Special Assistant to the General Manager
Roger Hansen was named to his current position on Sept. 12, 2011. Prior
to his promotion, he spent the previous 18 years working in Mariners player
development, and an additional three seasons as a player in the Mariners minor
league system.
Hansen spent nine seasons (2003-2011) as the Mariners Catching Coordinator,
overseeing catching throughout the Seattle minor league system.
He was the Mariners bullpen coach in 1992, spending the season as the
youngest coach in the Majors. Roger returned to the Major League coaching staff on Aug. 9, 2010 and
remained through the end of the 2010 season as the interim bench coach.
Roger spent the 1998-2001 seasons as the Major League catching instructor for the Orix Blue Wave
organization in Japan.
Hansen originally signed as the Royals second-round selection in the 1980 June Draft, and spent
the final three seasons of his professional career in the Mariners minor league system. In all, he played
nearly 900 minor league games, and was a career .272 hitter.
Roger, his wife Lynn, and their two children reside in Stanwood, WA. He graduated from Rio Mesa
High School in Camarillo, Calif., in 1980.

TOM McNAMARA
Special Assistant to the General Manager
The 2017 season will be Tom McNamaras first as a Special Assistant to the Gen-
eral Manager.
Tom was promoted to his new role on Sept. 2, 2016 and is responsible for con-
tinuing to scout amateur players in preparation for the annual June draft, but will now
also evaluate professional players and be used to scout players around the globe.
McNamara spent eight seasons as the Mariners Director of Amateur Scouting af-
ter being named to the position on November 10, 2008. McNamara has overseen the
clubs last eight drafts that have produced 23 Major League players including Kyle Seager (2009), James
Paxton (2010), Mike Zunino & Edwin Diaz (2012).
McNamara was the recipient of the 2015 A.B. Turk Karam Award, as voted by New York city area scouts.
McNamara was previously an Area Scout for the Mariners from 1994-2000, covering the Northeast. Mc-
Namara signed with the Mariners in 1988 as a non-drafted free agent and played one year in the Northwest
League with the Bellingham Mariners.
Following his playing career, McNamara spent three years coaching baseball at Rockland Community
College in Suffern, NY. McNamara has 21 years scouting experience. He spent three years working in
Milwaukee two years as an Area Scout (2001-02) and one year as the East Coast Supervisor (2008).
McNamara also spent four years as a Professional Scout with the San Diego Padres. McNamara signed
several Major League players including All-Star first baseman Prince Fielder.
In 1988, McNamara graduated from Dominican College in Blauvelt, NY with a Bachelor of Arts degree in
Humanities. As a center fielder he set the NY State College record for most stolen bases in a season with 71
in 1988. He is a member of the Rockland Community College and Dominican College Athletic Hall of Fame.
McNamara grew up in Pearl River, NY. He has one son, Martin, and currently resides in New York City.

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BASEBALL OPERATIONS (continued)

FRONT OFFICE
TOM ALLISON
Vice President, Scouting
Tom Allison is in his fifth season with the Mariners, his second in his current
role of overseeing all three branches of the Mariners scouting operation. Tom was
originally hired as the Mariners Director of Professional Scouting on Sept. 26, 2012.
Allison has over 21 years of scouting experience.
In his current role, Tom oversees all aspects of the Mariners scouting operation:
Professional, Amateur and International.
Before joining the Mariners, Allison served as a Regional Crosschecker for the
Boston Red Sox amateur scouting department (2011-2012). Prior to that, he was the Director of Scouting
for the Arizona Diamondbacks (2007-10), where he oversaw several top draft classes, including the 2009
draft that was tabbed by Baseball America and ESPN.com as the No. 1 draft in MLB.
Allisons extensive scouting background also includes seven seasons as a Regional Crosschecker for
the Milwaukee Brewers (2000-06), and 10 years in the New York Mets organization as an Area Scouting
Supervisor (1996-99) and Assistant Scouting Director (1995-96).
Allison played and coached in the Mets minor league system from 1990-94.
Allison graduated from Chapman University (Orange, CA) with a BA in legal studies. He played college
baseball at Loyola Marymount University, and was a member of the Lions squad that advanced to the
1986 College World Series. A Northwest native, Allison grew up in the Vancouver (WA) area. He currently
resides in Phoenix, Ariz., with his wife, Katie, and children Lyndi (12) and Teagan (8).

SCOTT HUNTER
Director, Amateur Scouting
Scott Hunter was promoted to Director, Amateur Scouting for the Mariners on
Sept. 26, 2016.
He spent the previous three seasons (2014-2016) as the Mariners international
cross checker. Overall, Hunter has over 22 seasons in professional baseball.
Prior to joining the Mariners, Hunter spent 10 seasons as a coach or scout in the
New York Mets organization, including four years as a northeast regional scouting
supervisor and crosschecker from 2009 - 2013. Hunter was a coach with A Brooklyn
in 2006 and rookie Gulf Coast League Mets in 2005. He also served as an area scout for the Mets in the
Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania areas from 2004 - 2009.
After being named a USA Today All American as well as a Gatorade All American in 1993, Hunter was
selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 5th round of the 1993 MLB First-Year Player Draft out of North-
east High School (Philadelphia, PA). He played nine seasons in the minor leagues, primarily as an outfielder,
from 1994 2002 in the Dodgers (1994-95), Mets (1995-99 & 2001-02), Expos (1999-2000), Indians (2000)
and Orioles (2002) organizations.
Scott and his wife, Kari, have two sons, Cade and Grant.

TIM KISSNER
Director, International Operations
Tim Kissner was named Director, International Operations for the Mariners on
Oct. 29, 2012. He is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Mariners inter-
national scouting operation, including all international scouts, and works hand-in-
hand with the Mariners Player Development Department once international players
are signed.
Kissner has over 18 years of scouting experience. He spent the 2011-2012 sea-
sons as the Chicago Cubs West Coast crosschecker. He worked for the Philadelphia
Phillies from 2000-2010, including working as the Pacific Rim coordinator from the end of the 2008 season
through the 2010 season. Kissner had also scouted the Northwest and Southern California for the Phillies.
He began his scouting career with the Cleveland Indians as an area scout in 1999-2000.
Kissner, who resides in Kirkland, WA, played baseball at Oregon State University, where he graduated
in 1994. He is a native of Juneau, Alaska.

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BASEBALL OPERATIONS (continued)
FRONT OFFICE

ANDY McKAY
Director, Player Development
Andy McKay was named Director of Player Development on Oct. 21, 2015.
He is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Mariners minor league sys-
tem, including roster management and skills development.
In 2016, his first season overseeing player development, the Mariners seven
minor league affiliates combined for a 451-314 (.590) record, all seven advanced
to the postseason and two (AA Jackson and AZL Mariners) claimed league titles.
McKay was the Peak Performance Coordinator for the Colorado Rockies minor
league system from Sept. of 2012 until being hired by Seattle.
Prior to joining the Rockies, Andy was the Head Baseball Coach at Sacramento City College for 14
seasons (1999-2012). He compiled a record of 427-205-2 (.675) with 8 League Titles, and finished in the
top-3 in the State of California 3 times, including 1 State Championship. He was the Assistant Coach at
Sacramento City College from 1994-1998, after spending one season as a Player/Coach at the Univ. of
Tampa in 1993. Tampa won the Division II National Title in his only season there.
McKay has also coached in the summers in the Cape Cod League and the Northwoods League.
Andy, a Sacramento native, is a graduate of Del Campo HS (Sacramento), Sacramento City College
and Sacramento State University. He earned his MBA in Organizational Behavior Studies from Sacra-
mento State in 1996.
In addition to coaching at Sacramento City College, McKay taught classes in Physical Education and
Business.
McKay and his wife, Anne, have two children: Hank and Gabrielle.

JACK MOSIMANN
Director, Major League Operations
Jack Mosimann was promoted to Director, Major League Operations prior to
the 2017 season.
In his new role, Jack is responsible for serving as the liaison between the Major
League team, manager, coaches and staff and the front office. He also oversees
clubhouse operations and video operations.
Jack was the Mariners Player Development assistant from February, 2013, until
being promoted to his current position. In 2016 the Mariners seven minor league
affiliates combined for a 451-314 (.590) record, all seven advanced to the postseason and two (AA Jack-
son and AZL Mariners) claimed league titles. He began his Mariners career in March, 2012, as the Clinton
LumberKings video coordinator.
A native of Lees Summit, MO, Jack graduated from Kansas State University in 2011 with a B.A. in
finance. He resides in Seattle.

JESSE SMITH
Director, Quantitative Analysis
Jesse Smith was promoted to Director, Quantitative Analysis prior to the 2017
season.
In his current role, he is responsible for leading the Mariners baseball analytics
group and devising strategy and research to maximize the information available to
the team and turn it into strategies to assist with player acquisition, development
and on field advantage for the Major League club.
Jesse began his career with the Mariners as an intern in the baseball operations
department in Feb., 2012. He was hired full-time as Baseball Operations Quantitative Analyst in Oct.,
2012 and spent four years in that role prior to being promoted to Manager of Analytics in April, 2015.
A Seattle native, Smith graduated from the University of Chicago in 2008. After spending 2009 working
in the cognitive psychology research lab at the University of Chicago, he spent two years founding and
running a concert promotion company based in Portland, OR, that operated in 20 cities.
He resides in Seattle.

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BASEBALL OPERATIONS (continued)

FRONT OFFICE
RON SPELLECY
Director, Team Travel
Ron Spellecy is in his 20th season with the Mariners, after joining the club in
December 1997. As Director of Team Travel, Spellecy is responsible for planning
and implementing all of the clubs travel requirements, travels on every trip and
is responsible for Seattles spring training camp in Arizona, including the spring
training schedule.
Spellecy was previously Executive Director of the Lake Tahoe Visitors Author-
ity in South Lake Tahoe. Prior to that, he was VP of Sales and Marketing with the
Phoenix Convention and Visitors Bureau for eight years (1988-96). Spellecy spent 20 years with Westin
Hotels, including working at the Westin Seattle from 1982-1988.
Spellecy, a Spokane, WA, native, graduated from Washington State University with a BA in commu-
nications in 1968. He resides in Kirkland, WA, with his wife, Cynthia. He has two adult sons: Sean and
Ryan, and three grandchildren.

KEN GRIFFEY JR.


Special Consultant to the Franchise
Ken Griffey Jr., a 2016 inductee into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, was
named Special Consultant to the Franchise in 2011. He assists in numerous areas
of the Mariners operations including, but not limited to, Major League Baseball
Operations, player development, minor league system, marketing, broadcasting
and community relations. In each of the past five springs (2011-2016), he has spent
time working with Mariners outfielders and minor league players at Spring Training,
a role he will fill again this year.
Ken has always been active in the community. The Ken Griffey Jr. Family Foundation supports local,
regional and national causes, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of America and the Childrens Hospital
in Seattle, Orlando, Cincinnati and elsewhere. Hes on the National Board of Directors for the Boys and
Girls Clubs of America, and has been honored by a variety of causes for his personal support, including
the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Baseball Assistance Team (BAT).
Junior was named on a record 99.3% (437 of 440) of ballots cast in his first year of eligibility for the
Hall of Fame. His election was announced on Jan. 6, 2015, and he was inducted on July 24, 2016. His
No. 24 was retired at all levels of the Seattle organization in a pre-game ceremony on Aug. 8, 2016, the
first number ever retired by the franchise. (Jackie Robinsons No. 42 has been retired by all of baseball).
Griffey was selected first overall in the June 1987 draft by the Mariners and less than two years later, at
age 19, he was in center field on Opening Night in 1989. He had a 22-year MLB career with the Mariners
(1989-1999, 2009-2010), Cincinnati (2000-2008) and Chicago-AL (2008).
Griffey was elected to the Mariners Hall of Fame in 2013, and to the Reds Hall of Fame in 2014.
Griffey retired from baseball on June 2, 2010. Among his achievements: 1997 American League MVP
(unanimous selection) and RBI leader; 13-time All-Star; 10-time Gold Glove winner; 7-time Silver Slugger
winner; 4-time AL home run leader; 3-time MLB All-Star Home Run Derby champ; 630 career home runs.
Ken is near the top in every offensive category in the Mariners record book.
In 1999, he was one of 30 players named to the All-Century Team, a roster of the greatest players at
each position in the history of MLB.
Griffey resides in Orlando, FL, with his wife, Melissa and their three children: Trey, Taryn and Tevin. Trey
graduated from the Univ. of Arizona where he played football for four seasons, and Taryn plays college
basketball at the U. of A.

MARINERS MEDICAL STAFF


E. Edward Khalfayan, MD, Medical Director
Dr. Ed Khalfayan has been the Mariners Medical Director and Orthopedic Surgeon since 2006.
He specializes in sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery. Dr. Khalfayan is a clinical instructor at the
University of Washington School of Medicine and is an editorial reviewer for the American Journal of
Sports Medicine. He is also the head team physician and has been an orthopedic surgeon for the NFL
Seattle Seahawks since 1996. Dr. Khalfayan did his pre-medical education at Boston College, and
graduated from St. Louis University School of Medicine.
Mitchel Storey, DO, Team Physician
Dr. Mitch Storey has been a Mariners team physician since 1985. He specializes in non-surgical
treatment of throwing and other sports injuries. Dr. Storey is a founding member of the American
Medical Society of Sports Medicine, past president of the American Osteopathic Association of
Sports Medicine, and a member of the Professional Baseball Team Physicians Association. Dr. Storey
earned his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

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EXECUTIVES
FRONT OFFICE

BOB AYLWARD
Executive Vice President, Business Operations &
Chairman, NW Sports Net LLC
Bob Aylward was promoted to his current position as Executive Vice President,
Business Operations & Chairman, NW Sports Net LLC (the regional sports network
ROOT SPORTS NW) on February 1, 2014.
A veteran of over 40 years in Major League Baseball, Bob joined the Mariners
in June 1997 as Vice President of Business and Sales. He was promoted to Ex-
ecutive Vice President in December 1999. Aylward is responsible for the Mariners revenue producing
efforts, including corporate sponsorships, ticket sales, signage and advertising sales, as well as having
oversight of the Mariners communications and broadcasting departments. Additionally, he chairs the
board of directors for the Mariners regional sports network. Bob was instrumental in the acquisition of
ROOT SPORTS NW in 2013.
He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the non-profit organization Washington Global Health
Alliance and the Metropolitan Seattle Chamber of Commerce.
Before the Mariners, Aylward served as business affairs consultant with the Tampa Bay Rays for two
years, planning and developing the teams marketing, sales and broadcasting. Concurrently, he was also
President of Entertainment, Sports and Facilities Associates, Inc., which specialized in services to sports
teams, broadcasting entities and new facility design.
Prior to Tampa Bay, he spent 17 years with the Baltimore Orioles, including the last 10 as vice presi-
dent of business affairs. Aylward oversaw the Orioles marketing, sales and broadcasting efforts and was
deeply involved with the architects in the design and construction of Oriole Park at Camden Yards. He
began his career with the Orioles in 1976 as an intern in the ticket office.
A native of Pace, MS, Aylward is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and also attended Ohio Univer-
sitys graduate program for sports administration.
Aylward resides in Mercer Island, with his wife, Elizabeth. They have two daughters, Laura and Caitlin.

TIM KORNEGAY
Executive Vice President, Finance
Tim Kornegay is in his 23rd season with the Mariners, his first since being pro-
moted to Executive Vice President, Finance, on Jan. 12, 2017.
Tim was promoted to Sr. Vice President, Finance in October, 2014. He was pro-
moted to Vice President, Finance in 2004.
His responsibilities include managing the clubs financial reporting, budgeting,
banking, tax return and projections. Tim also manages the Mariners relationship with
Centerplate, Safeco Fields concessionaire, and is responsible for the operations of
the ticket office and parking garage and now oversees the merchandising and procurement departments.
Kornegay was originally hired in February 1995 as the clubs Director of Strategic Planning as the team
planned to develop Safeco Field. He was promoted to Controller in 1997.
Prior to joining the Mariners, Tim worked as a manager in Cooper & Lybrands Convention, Sports and
Leisure practice. He was the controller for a private development company in Texas prior to that.
A native of St. Louis, MO, Tim graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in accounting. He resides
in Bellevue with his wife, Beth, and children, Ted and Jane.

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RANDY ADAMACK

FRONT OFFICE
Senior Vice President, Communications
Randy Adamack has been with the Mariners for 40 of their 41 seasons. He was
promoted to Sr. Vice President of Communications in January 2013 after serving
as Vice President of Communications since September 1990. Adamack directs the
clubs broadcasting, public information and public relations efforts, and serves on
the board of ROOT SPORTS NW.
Randy was honored with the Fishel Award for Public Relations Excellence in
December 2005. The award goes to the active, non-uniformed representative of
Major League Baseball whose ethics, character, dedication, service, professionalism and humanitarian-
ism best represent the standards propounded by Robert O. Fishel.
In 2001, Adamack organized the local efforts for Major League Baseballs All-Star Week in Seattle.
Adamack joined the Mariners in 1978 as director of public relations and was promoted to director of
marketing in 1983. In 1987, he was named senior director of communications.
A native of Conneaut, OH, Randy served the Cleveland Indians as director of public relations from
1975-78. Following his 1973 graduation from Wittenberg University in Springfield, OH, he attended the
sports administration graduate program at Ohio University.
Adamack and his wife, Morgan, live in Seattle. He has a daughter, Elizabeth, and a son, Joe.

JOE CHARD
Vice President, Corporate Business &
Community Relations
Joe Chard is in his 27th season with the Mariners, his 16th since being promot-
ed to Vice President of Corporate Business & Community Relations in December
2001. Chard oversees the Mariners corporate sponsorship and radio sales, as well
as all aspects of the Mariners community relations efforts.
Chard was originally hired as Director of Community Relations by the club in
September 1990. He was instrumental in establishing Mariners Care, the clubs
non-profit foundation, which has become a national model. Last season Mariners Care provided over $1
million to local charities, thousands of tickets to Mariners games and hundreds of personal visits by play-
ers to hospitals, schools and youth organizations throughout the Northwest. Joe was promoted to Direc-
tor of Corporate Business in 1998, and to Director, Corporate Business & Community Relations in 2000.
Prior to joining the Mariners, Chard was Executive Director of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Washington.
A Seattle native, Chard graduated from Carroll College in Montana. He resides in Seahurst, Wash.,
with his wife, LisaJo. He has a daughter, AshLee, and a son, Creed.

DAVE CURRY
Vice President, Information Services
Dave Curry is in his 20th season with the Mariners, his 10th since being pro-
moted to VP, Information Services in December 2007. His responsibilities include
overseeing all the technology needs for the Mariners facilities, including the data
and phone networks, computers and applications, PBX and IP phone systems, and
the audio and video systems. Curry was originally hired in March 1998 as the clubs
Network Manager to help design and build Safeco Fields technology infrastructure
as well as update the Mariners existing computer environment. He was promoted
to Director of Information Services in 2001 and to Senior Director in 2006.
Prior to joining the Mariners, Dave began his career with AccessOne as a network and sales engineer.
A native of Seattle, Dave attended the University of Nevada Reno. He resides in Snoqualmie with his
wife, Trina, and their two children: daughter Delaney and son Deklan.

TREVOR GOOBY
Vice President, Ballpark Operations
Trevor was named Vice President of Ballpark Operations for the Mariners on Oct.
4, 2016. He oversees all Safeco Field maintenance, operations, and capital projects,
as well as security, non-baseball events, game day staff, grounds keeping and the
teams sustainability operations.
Trevor was previously the Pittsburgh Pirates Sr. Director of Operations in Florida
and the Dominican Republic, after originally being hired by Pittsburgh in 2004 to over-
see the teams Spring Training operations in Bradenton, FL. He began his baseball
career with the Los Angeles Dodgers, spending seven years as the GM of the Vero Beach Dodgers while
overseeing baseball operations at Dodgertown.
A native of Ipswich, MA, Gooby is a 1998 graduate of Emerson College where he received his B.S. in
Communication and Media Studies. He and his wife, Christina, reside in Seattle. Trevor has three children:
Devin, Ava and London.
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KEVIN MARTINEZ
FRONT OFFICE

Vice President, Marketing


Kevin Martinez is in his 26th season with the Mariners, his 16th since being promoted
to Vice President of Marketing in December 2001. Martinez oversees the Mariners mar-
keting and promotions activities, including branding, advertising, social media, digital
content creation, research, in-park entertainment, fan experience and special events.
The Mariners television ad campaign has been featured nationally and recognized for
advertising excellence in the sports industry by USA Today Baseball Weekly and at the
ProMaxBDA Sports Media Marketing Summit and the National Sports Forum.
Martinez was originally hired as the clubs Promotions Manager in 1990. He was
promoted to Director of Promotions in 1993. Kevin was the Boston Celtics Director of Promotions & Spe-
cial Events from 1994-96; responsibilities included planning and executing promotions and marketing for
the final season in Boston Garden and the Inaugural Season in the FleetCenter, now the TD Banknorth
Garden. Martinez returned to the Mariners in 1996 as Director of Marketing. Prior to joining the Mariners,
Kevin worked for the ABC Television Network in New York.
A native of Edison, New Jersey, Martinez graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Com-
munications at Syracuse University. Martinez resides in Seattle.

FRANCES TRAISMAN
Vice President, Sales
Frances Traisman is in her 22nd season with the Mariners, her 10th since being pro-
moted to Vice President, Sales in Dec. 2007. Traisman oversees all aspects of Mariners
ticket sales, including season and group tickets, suite and premium tickets, customer
retention and service and analytics. She plays a key role in the planning, development,
sales and marketing of ballpark enhancements including the Press Box Suite, The All-
Star Club, The Pen and the Terrace Club Patio. Traisman works closely with Major
League Baseball on online initiatives, and currently serves as a member of the leagues
committee exploring utilization of technology to enhance the fan experience.
Traisman began her career with the Mariners in January 1996 as a Sales Account Executive. She was
promoted to Director of Ticket Sales Administration in 2002 and Sr. Director of Sales in 2004. Prior to
joining the Mariners, Frances lived in Washington, D.C. and worked as Ticket Sales Manager for the US
Senior Open Golf Tournament.
A native of Saratoga Springs, New York, Frances graduated from Hope College in Michigan with a
degree in English and a focus in biochemistry. She resides in Seattle with her husband, Clifford, and their
three sons, Quinn, Leo & Ellis, and daughter, Nora.

GREG MASSEY
Vice President, Finance
Greg Massey is in his 20th season with the Mariners, his first since being pro-
moted to Vice President, Finance in Jan. 2017. Greg oversees the day-to-day op-
erations of the finance department, as well as managing the Mariners insurance,
treasury, external audit and accounting functions. He also monitors the teams
diversified investment portfolio.
Massey was originally hired in 1998 as Assistant Controller and was promoted
to Controller in 2004. Prior to joining the Mariners, Greg worked in public account-
ing and private business.
Massey was born in San Francisco, California, but moved to Washington in his teens. He graduated
from Washington State University (B.A., Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting) and is
a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Massey resides in Seattle.

LISA WINSBY
Vice President, Human Resources
Lisa joined the Mariners as Vice President of Human Resources on Nov. 28,
2016. She oversees all aspects of human resources management including strate-
gy development and implementation, talent management and acquisition, learning
and development, succession planning, employee relations, workers compensa-
tion, total rewards, employee engagement and recognition, regulatory compliance
and employee benefits, payroll and compensation administration for a full-time
staff of 450, including those working internationally.
Winsby previously spent 10 years leading the human resources function of the
Bartell Drug Company, starting as a Director of Human Resources in 2006. She was promoted to Vice
President, Human Resources in 2007 and was named Sr. Vice President, Human Resources in 2014.
Prior to Bartells, Lisa spent 9 years with MTC, a federal contractor that provides academic, technical and
social skills training and job placement to young adults.
A native of Sacramento, California, Winsby has a business degree from San Francisco State University
and she earned an SPHR designation in 2004. Winsby resides in Bellevue, WA.
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2017 SEATTLE MARINERS

COACHING STAFF

Mariners Manager Scott Servais


THE MANAGER
SCOTT SERVAIS (9)
POSITION: Manager, former catcher
AGE: 49, turns 50 June 4
BORN: 6-4-67 in LaCrosse, WI
BATTED: Right THREW: Right
2017 MARINERS

NAMED MANAGER: Oct. 23, 2015

MANAGING HIGHLIGHTS:
Led Seattle to a 86-76 (.531) record in his first season as a Major League manager.
The Mariners improved their win total by 10 games over the 2015 club; was the 5th-
largest improvement from 2015 to 2016 in the Major Leagues (Boston: 15, Cleveland: 13,
Detroit and Washington: 12).
Became the 5th manager in club history to lead the Mariners to a .500 or better record
in his first year as skipperjoined Bob Melvin (93-69, 2003), Lloyd McClendon (87-75,
2014), Don Wakamatsu (85-77, 2009) and Lou Piniella (82-80, 1993).
Had the club in contention
for a postseason berth until
the penultimate day of the
SERVAIS CAREER
2016- SEATTLE MARINERS Manager
regular seasonfinished 2012-2015 LOS ANGELES ANGELS Asst. GM, Scouting & Player Development
three games back in the wild 2006-2011 TEXAS RANGERS Sr. Director, Player Development
card race despite going 16-8 2005 COLORADO ROCKIES Pro Scout
2003-2004 CHICAGO CUBS Roving Catching instructor
in Seattles final 24 games. 1991-2001 4 MAJOR LEAGUE TEAMS Player
Led the Mariners to a 18- 1988-1991 Houston Astros Minor League Player
11 record in September/
October, tied for the 3rd-best winning percentage in the Majors over the final four-plus
weeks of the season.
Skippered the club to a 4.00 team ERA while setting a single-season club record for
pitchers used (32), including 13 different starting pitchers, T7th-most in franchise history.
Averaged 4.74 runs per game, 6th-best in the Majors while setting a single-season club
record for players used (54).
2016 marked his first season as a manager at any level.
Named the 20th manager (17th full-time) in Mariners history on October 23, 2015.
COACHING/PLAYER DEVELOPMENT HIGHLIGHTS:
Prior to being hired as manager, spent 10 years (2006-2015) in high level player development
positions, building and managing staffs, evaluating players, and coaching players at spring
and during minor league regular season...spent four seasons (2012-2015) as Assistant
General Manager, Scouting and Player Development with the Los Angeles Angels.
Was the Texas Rangers Sr. Director of Player Development from 2006-2011.
During time in Texas, was also responsible for instructing catchers on Rangers Major League roster.
Worked as a pro scout for the Rockies in 2005.
Began coaching career as the Chicago Cubs Roving Catching Instructor in 2003 and 2004.
PERSONAL: Scott Daniel Servaispronounced serviceresides in Larkspur, COScott
and his wife, Jill, have three children: son Tyler graduated from Princeton University where
he played four seasons of baseball (was drafted by the Detroit Tigers) and currently
works in Seattle...daughter Jacqueline graduated from UNC Charlotte where she played
volleyball; shes held internships with the Seattle Seahawks, Carolina Panthers and Los
Angeles Angels and is currently at graduate school at the University of Mississippi...
daughter Victoria attends the University of Mississippi, where she is a cheerleader...Scott
played college baseball at Creighton University (his head coach was former Cubs GM
Jim Hendry) and was inducted into the Creighton Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003...was a
member of Team USA, winning a Silver Medal in the Pan Am Games in 1987 and a Gold
Medal in the 1988 Olympics (Seoul, South Korea)...earned USA Baseballs Alumni Award
in 1994....was selected in the third round of the 1988 June Draft following his junior year
of college...Scott is a native of Coon Valley, WI and graduated from Westby High School
(WI) in 1985...was drafted by the New York Mets in the second round (scout: Terry Ryan)
out of high school but did not sign.
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SERVAIS (continued)
PLAYING CAREER: Scott had an 11-year Major League playing career (1991-2001) with
the Houston Astros (1991-95, 2001), Chicago Cubs (1995-98), San Francisco Giants
(1999-2000) and Colorado Rockies (2000)...batted .245 with 130 doubles, 63 home runs
and 319 RBI in 820 career MLB games...ranked among the top-three National League
catchers in fielding percentage in three separate seasons (1996, 1997 & 1998).

SERVAIS PLAYING RECORD

2017 MARINERS
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
1989 Osceola .268 46 153 16 41 56 9 0 2 23 0 5 2 16 35 0 2 .366 .335
Columbus .236 63 199 20 47 55 5 0 1 22 1 4 3 19 42 0 3 .276 .307
1990 Tucson .218 89 303 37 66 98 11 3 5 37 3 4 4 18 61 0 0 .323 .267
1991 Tucson .324 60 219 34 71 89 12 0 2 27 3 1 6 13 19 0 4 .406 .377
HOUSTON .162 16 37 0 6 9 3 0 0 6 1 0 0 4 8 0 0 .243 .244
1992 HOUSTON .239 77 205 12 49 58 9 0 0 15 6 0 5 11 25 0 0 .283 .294
1993 HOUSTON .244 85 258 24 63 107 11 0 11 32 3 3 5 22 45 0 0 .415 .313
1994 HOUSTON .195 78 251 27 49 93 15 1 9 41 7 3 4 10 44 0 0 .371 .235
1995 HOUSTON .225 28 89 7 20 33 10 0 1 12 1 1 1 9 15 0 1 .371 .300
CHICAGO-NL .286 52 175 31 50 98 12 0 12 35 1 2 2 23 37 2 1 .560 .371
1996 CHICAGO-NL .265 129 445 42 118 171 20 0 11 63 3 7 14 30 75 0 2 .384 .327
1997 CHICAGO-NL .260 122 385 36 100 139 21 0 6 45 7 3 6 24 56 0 1 .361 .311
1998 CHICAGO-NL .222 113 325 35 72 110 15 1 7 36 3 1 5 26 51 1 0 .338 .289
1999 SAN FRANCISCO .273 69 198 21 54 79 10 0 5 21 3 0 3 13 31 0 0 .399 .327
Fresno # .273 3 3 11 3 30 3 3 6 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .545 .273
2000 COLORADO .218 33 101 6 22 29 4 0 1 13 0 1 1 7 16 0 1 .287 .273
Colorado Springs #
.292 20 65 7 19 32 2 1 3 12 1 0 1 4 8 0 1 .492 .343
SAN FRANCISCO .250 7 8 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 .250 .400
2001 HOUSTON .375 11 16 1 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 .375 .444
Minor Lg Totals .260 281 942 125 247 360 42 7 19 123 8 14 16 70 166 0 10 .382 .428
ML Totals .245 820 2493 243 611 934 130 2 63 319 35 21 46 183 407 3 6 .375 .306

# MLB Rehab Assignment

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
1998 CHI vs. ATL .667 1 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .667 .667

MARINERS MANAGERIAL MARKS


Manager Years W-L Pct
Darrell Johnson 1977-8/3/1980 226-362 .384
Maury Wills 8/4/1980-5/5/1981 26-56 .317
Rene Lachemann 5/6/1981-6/24/1983 140-180 .438
Del Crandall 6/25/1983-8/31/1984 93-131 .415
Chuck Cottier 9/1/1984-5/7/1986 98-119 .452
* Marty Martinez 5/8/1986 0-1 .000
Dick Williams 5/9/1986-6/5/1988 159-192 .453
* Jim Snyder 6/6/1988-10/2/1988 45-60 .429
Jim Lefebvre 1989-91 233-253 .479
Bill Plummer 1992 64-98 .395
Lou Piniella 1993-2002 840-711 .542
Bob Melvin 2003-2004 156-168 .481
Mike Hargrove 2005-7/1/2007 192-210 .478
John McLaren 7/2/2007-6/19/2008 68-88 .436
Jim Riggleman 6/20/2008-9/28/2008 36-54 .400
Don Wakamatsu 2009-8/8/10 127-147 .464
* Daren Brown 8/9/2010-10/3/2010 19-31 .380
Eric Wedge 2011-2013 213-273 .438
Lloyd McClendon 2014-15 163-161 .503
Scott Servais 2016- 86-76 .531
* interim manager

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THE COACHES
MANNY ACTA (14)
POSITION: Third Base Coach, former infielder
AGE: 48
BORN: 1-11-69 in San Pedro de Macoris, DR
2017 MARINERS

BATTED: Right THREW: Right

PERSONAL: Manuel Elias Actaresides in Madeira Beach, Florida,


with wife Cindyhas two children: Jennifer and Lesliegraduated
from San Esteban Episcopal School in San Pedro de Macorisearned
US Citizenship in
1999 (holds dual citizenship in US ACTAs COACHING &
and Dominican Republic)founded
the impACTA Kids Foundation in MANAGING CAREER
November, 2007 which focuses on 2016- SEATTLE MARINERS Third Base Coach
2010-12 CLEVELAND INDIANS Manager
providing opportunities for children 2007-09 WASHINGTON NATIONALS Manager
in the US and Dominican Republic 2005-06 NEW YORK METS Third Base Coach
2002-04 MONTREAL EXPOS Third Base Coach
by emphasizing the importance of 2001 New Orleans Zephyrs (AAA) Coach
education, health and athletics. 1998-2000 Kissimmee Cobras (A) Manager
MANAGING/COACHING CAREER: 1997 Quad City River Bandits (A) Manager
1993-96 Auburn Astros/Doubledays (A) Manager
In second season with the Mariners 1992 Asheville Tourists (A) Coach
as third base coach but 2017 is his YEAR CLUB LG W L PCT FINISH
13th season as a big league coach 1993 Auburn NY Penn 30 46 .395 4th
or manager...also responsible for 1994 Auburn NY Penn 45 31 .592 2nd
defensive positioning...worked as an 1995 Auburn NY Penn 40 34 .541 2nd
1996 Auburn NY Penn 37 39 .487 3rd
analyst for ESPN and ESPN Deportes 1997 Quad City Midwest 59 75 .440 6th/2nd
2013-2015Cleveland Indians 1998 Kissimmee Florida State 64 75 .466 4th/3rd
manager from 2010-12, compiling a 1999 Kissimmee Florida State 71 66 .518 3rd/1st
215-266 markteam improved from 2000 Kissimmee Florida State 73 66 .525 3rd/2nd
2007 WASHINGTON NL 73 89 .451 4th
69 wins to 80 wins in his second 2008 WASHINGTON NL 59 102 .366 5th
season despite having 11 different 2009 WASHINGTON NL (1) 26 61 .296 5th
players make their MLB debuts...was 2010 CLEVELAND AL 69 93 .426 4th
manager of Washington Nationals for 2011 CLEVELAND AL 80 82 .494 2nd
2012 CLEVELAND AL (2) 65 91 .417 4th
two-and-a-half seasons 2007-July, Minor League Totals 419 492 .492
2009...second manager in WASH MLB Totals 372 518 .418
franchise history (following Frank 1 -- Relieved of duties July 13
2 -- Relieved of duties Sept. 27
Robinson)...was 37 years old when
hired, youngest manager in Majors...
finished 6th in NL Manager of the Year voting his first season...prior to joining Nationals was
New York Mets third base coach for two seasons (2005-2006)...began big league coaching
career as Montreal Expos third base coach in 2002, a position he held through 2004...was
a coach or manager in the Houston Astros minor league system for 10 seasons from 1992-
2001...began managing career with four seasons (1993-96) in Auburn, compiling a 152-
150 mark...moved to Quad City in 1997...spent three seasons (1998-2000) in Kissimmee,
posting a 208-207 mark and winning a FSL title in 1999; was named FSL Manager of the
Year in 1999...spent 2001 season as a coach at AAA New Orleans...has managed in the
Dominican Winter League, and is currently GM of Licey.
PLAYING CAREER: Career spanned six seasons in the Houston Astros organization
after being signed as an undrafted free agent infielder...best season was in 1988 with A
Osceola in the Florida State League.
ACTAs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
1986 DSL Astros STATISTICS NOT AVAILABLE
1987 Sarasota .268 59 235 37 63 78 5 2 2 13 3 0 2 13 37 5 10 .332 .312
1988 Osceola .255 107 333 32 85 101 10 3 0 40 6 4 2 24 62 10 9 .303 .306
1989 Osceola .000 5 11 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 .000 .214
Columbus .130 36 77 8 10 15 2 0 1 9 1 0 2 5 15 1 0 .195 .202
1990 Osceola .206 44 126 12 26 29 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 15 16 3 0 .230 .296
Columbus .239 41 109 15 26 33 4 0 1 10 1 0 1 5 23 0 1 .303 .278
1991 Burlington .257 78 276 27 71 93 14 1 2 35 0 3 3 16 40 0 1 .337 .302
Minor Lg Totals .241 370 1167 132 281 349 38 6 6 109 11 7 11 81 197 19 21 .299 .295
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TIM BOGAR (27)
POSITION: Bench Coach, former infielder
AGE: 50
BORN: 10-28-66 in Indianapolis, IN
BATTED: Right THREW: Right
PERSONAL: Timothy Paul Bogar...resides in Trophy Club, TX, with wife,

2017 MARINERS
Wendy; they have four children: sons T.J. and Ty, and daughters Aralee
Anne and Jesse
Lynngraduated
from Buffalo Grove (IL) High School
BOGARS COACHING &
in 1984attended Eastern Illinois MANAGING CAREER
University where he was named Mid- 2016- SEATTLE MARINERS Bench Coach
Continent Conference MVP in 1987... 2014 TEXAS RANGERS Bench Coach /
selected in the 8th round of the 1987 Interim Manager (1)
2013 Arkansas Travelers (AA) Manager
Draft by New York Mets. 2012 BOSTON RED SOX Bench Coach
MANAGING/COACHING CAREER: 2010-2011 BOSTON RED SOX Third Base Coach
Entering his second season as the 2009 BOSTON RED SOX First Base Coach
2008 TAMPA BAY RAYS Quality Assurance Coach
Mariners bench coach, his fourth 2006-2007 Akron Aeros (AA) Manager
season as a big league bench 2005 Lexington Legends (A) Manager
coach, and his eighth season as 2004 Greeneville Astros (A) Manager
an MLB coach overallalso works 1 -- Promoted to Manager Sept. 5

with infielders...spent the 2015 YEAR CLUB LG W L PCT FINISH


2004 Greeneville APPY 41 26 .612 1st (2)
season as a Special Assistant 2005 Lexington SAL 81 58 .583 T1st/2nd (3)
to the GM in Los Angeles (AL) 2006 Akron Eastern 87 55 .613 1st (4)
started the 2014 season as Texas 2007 Akron Eastern 80 61 .567 2nd (5)
2013 Arkansas Texas 73 66 .525 3rd/1st (6)
Rangers bench coach; named 2014 TEXAS AL 14 8 .636 ---
interim manager on Sept. 5 and Minor League Totals 362 266 .576
posted a 14-8 record in remainder MLB TOTALS 14 8 .636
of month...was on big league staff in (2) -- Won Appalachian League Title 2 games to 1; named Manager of the Year.
(3) -- Best overall record in league, but did not advance to postseason. Named Manager of the Year.
Boston for four seasons (2009-12) (4) -- Best overall record in league; lost championship series 3 games to 2. Named Manager of the Year
(5) -- Lost championship series 3 games to 2.
as first base (09), third base (10- (6) -- Lost championship series 3 games to 2.

11) and bench coach (12)...first big


league coaching job was as quality assurance coach in Tampa in 2008...spent 5 seasons
managing in the minor leagues, compiling an overall mark of 362-266 (.576), and taking
teams to championship series four timeswon Appalachian League title and was named
Manager of the Year with Greeneville in 2004 in his first year as manager...had South
Atlantic Leagues best overall record and again named Manager of the Year in 2005 with
Lexington...spent 2006 and 2007 managing Akron in the Eastern League; had best overall
record and was Manager of the Year in 2006; lost in championship series 3-2 in both 2006
and 2007...led Arkansas to Texas League championship series in 2013 .
PLAYING CAREER: Was primarily a shortstop during nine-year Major League career with
Mets (1993-96), Astros (1997-2000) and Dodgers (2001)...was part of three consecutive
N.L. Central titles with the Astros from 1997-99...was 3-for-4 with a 2B, RBI, BB in 1999
Division Series, his only post-season action.

BOGARs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
1987 Little Falls .234 58 205 31 48 57 9 0 0 23 0 2 3 18 39 2 2 .278 .303
1988 Columbia .282 45 142 19 40 57 4 2 3 21 1 2 3 22 29 5 3 .401 .385
St. Lucie .275 76 236 34 65 80 7 1 2 30 4 1 2 34 57 9 7 .339 .370
1989 Jackson .266 112 406 44 108 143 13 5 4 45 3 5 7 41 57 8 3 .352 .340
1990 Tidewater .162 33 117 10 19 21 2 0 0 4 4 0 1 8 22 1 1 .179 .222
1991 Williamsport .251 63 243 33 61 83 12 2 2 25 2 4 2 20 44 13 8 .342 .309
Tidewater .257 65 218 23 56 70 11 0 1 23 4 2 1 20 35 1 0 .321 .320
1992 Tidewater .279 129 481 54 134 183 32 1 5 38 5 0 3 14 65 7 7 .380 .303
1993 NEW YORK-NL .244 78 205 19 50 72 13 0 3 25 1 1 3 14 29 0 1 .351 .300
1994 NEW YORK-NL .154 50 52 5 8 14 0 0 2 5 2 1 0 4 11 1 0 .269 .211
Norfolk .105 5 19 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 .105 .150
1995 NEW YORK-NL .290 78 145 17 42 52 7 0 1 21 2 1 0 9 25 1 0 .359 .329
1996 NEW YORK-NL .213 91 89 17 19 23 4 0 0 6 3 2 2 8 20 1 3 .258 .287
1997 HOUSTON .249 97 241 30 60 94 14 4 4 30 3 4 3 24 42 4 1 .390 .320
1998 HOUSTON .154 79 156 12 24 33 4 1 1 8 1 1 2 9 36 2 1 .212 .208
1999 HOUSTON .239 106 309 44 74 106 16 2 4 31 0 3 4 38 52 3 5 .343 .328
2000 HOUSTON .207 110 304 32 63 97 9 2 7 33 5 4 3 35 56 1 1 .319 .292
2001 LOS ANGELES-NL .333 12 15 4 5 13 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 .867 .412
Las Vegas .250 16 52 8 13 18 5 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 11 0 1 .346 .291
Minor League Totals .258 602 2119 256 546 714 95 11 17 214 23 16 22 181 363 46 32 .337 .320
MLB TOTALS .228 701 1516 180 345 504 69 9 24 161 17 17 17 143 272 13 12 .332 .298

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SCOTT BROSIUS (29)
POSITION: Assistant Coach, former infielder
AGE: 50, turns 51 Aug. 15
BORN: 8-15-66 in Hillsboro, OR
BATTED: Right THREW: Right
PERSONAL: Scott David Brosius...resides in McMinnville, OR, with
wife Jennifer and children Allison, Megan, and David...graduated from
2017 MARINERS

Rex Putnam (Milwaukie, OR) High School in 1984 where he starred


in football, basketball and baseballattended Linfield (OR) College...
selected in the 20th round of the 1987 Draft by Oakland Athletics.
MANAGING/COACHING CAREER:
Begins his first season as the Big
League assistant coach, his second BROSIUSs COACHING &
year in the Mariners organization...
spent 2016 as the hitting coach for MANAGING CAREER
AAA Tacoma...prior to joining the 2017- SEATTLE MARINERS Assistant Coach
2016 Tacoma Rainiers Hitting Coach
Mariners organization began his 2008-15 Linfield College Head Coach
coaching career at Linfield College 2002-2007 Linfield College Assistant Coach
as an assistant coach in 2002
and was named manager prior to
the 2008 season...in eight seasons as manager, Brosius compiled a 270-96 win-loss
record while leading the Wildcats to a national championship, four regional titles and five
Northwest Conference crowns...led Linfield to the playoffs a total of six times, including
three straight years from 2013-15, for a total postseason record of 29-14... under his
reign, Linfield captured its first NCAA baseball title in 2013 and returned to the Finals
in 2014, achieving the first back-to-back national appearances in program history...was
named West Region Coach of the Year in 2013 and 2014 and Northwest Conference
coach of the year five times (2008, 2010, 2011, 2013 & 2014)...Brosius, twice named USA
Baseball Coach of the Year, coached the USA 18-under national team to gold medals
in the 2011 COPABE Pan American AAA/U18 Championships and the 2012 IBAF World
Championships.
PLAYING CAREER: Appeared in parts of 11 Major League seasons with Oakland (1991-
1997) and New York-AL (1998-2001), batting .257 (1001x3889) with 544 runs scored, 200
doubles, 8 triples, 141 home runs and 531 RBI over 1,146 career games...was originally
selected by Oakland in the 20th round of the 1987 amateur draft out of Linfield College
and made Major League debut with the Athletics on Aug. 7, 1991 vs. Seattle (2x4, R, HR,
RBI)...was part of three winning World Series teams with the Yankees (1998, 1999 and
2000)...Gold Glove award recipient in 1999...named the Most Valuable Player of the 1998
World Series and played in the 1998 All-Star Game...combined to hit .314 (22x70) with 3
doubles, 4 home runs and 13 RBI in 20 combined World Series games.

BROSIUSs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
1987 Medford .286 65 255 34 73 102 18 1 3 49 1 7 0 26 36 5 2 .400 .344
1988 Madison .304 132 504 82 153 212 28 2 9 58 4 4 3 56 67 13 12 .421 .374
1989 Huntsville .271 128 461 68 125 172 22 2 7 60 6 6 5 58 62 4 6 .373 .355
1990 Huntsville .296 142 547 94 162 274 39 2 23 88 7 9 1 81 81 12 3 .501 .382
Tacoma .143 3 7 2 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 .429 .250
1991 Tacoma .286 65 245 28 70 116 16 3 8 31 1 2 2 18 29 4 2 .473 .337
OAKLAND .235 36 68 9 16 27 5 0 2 4 1 0 0 3 11 3 1 .397 .268
1992 Tacoma .237 63 236 29 56 96 13 0 9 31 0 4 1 23 44 8 5 .407 .303
OAKLAND .218 38 87 13 19 33 2 0 4 13 0 1 2 3 13 3 0 .379 .258
1993 Tacoma .297 56 209 38 62 103 13 2 8 41 2 3 4 21 50 8 5 .493 .367
OAKLAND .249 70 213 26 53 83 10 1 6 25 3 2 1 14 37 6 0 .390 .296
1994 OAKLAND .238 96 324 31 77 135 14 1 14 49 4 6 2 24 57 2 6 .417 .289
1995 OAKLAND .262 123 389 69 102 176 19 2 17 46 1 4 8 41 67 4 2 .452 .342
1996 Edmonton .625 3 8 5 5 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 .750 .727
OAKLAND .304 114 428 73 130 221 25 0 22 71 1 5 7 59 85 7 2 .516 .393
1997 Modesto .333 2 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 .333 .500
OAKLAND .203 129 479 59 97 152 20 1 11 41 5 4 4 34 102 9 4 .317 .259
1998 NEW YORK-AL .300 152 530 86 159 250 34 0 19 98 8 3 10 52 97 11 8 .472 .371
1999 Tampa .333 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .333 .333
NEW YORK-AL .247 133 473 64 117 196 26 1 17 71 2 9 6 39 74 9 3 .414 .307
2000 Tampa .250 2 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .250 .400
NEW YORK-AL .230 135 470 57 108 176 20 0 16 64 0 2 2 45 73 0 3 .374 .299
2001 NEW YORK-AL .287 120 428 57 123 191 25 2 13 49 6 5 5 34 83 3 1 .446 .343
Minor League Totals .286 662 2482 381 710 1087 150 13 67 359 21 36 17 289 373 54 35 .438 .360
MLB Totals .257 1146 3889 544 1001 1640 200 8 141 531 31 41 47 348 699 57 30 .422 .323

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CASEY CANDAELE (43)
POSITION: First Base Coach, former infielder/outfielder
AGE: 56
BORN: 1-12-61 in Lompoc, CA
BATTED: Both THREW: Right
PERSONAL: Casey Todd Candaele (can-DELL)resides in San
Luis Obispo, CA, with wife Christy, and three children: Dylan, Brady

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and Reecegraduated from Lompoc (CA) High Schoolattended
University of
Arizona and was a member of the CANDAELEs COACHING
1980 NCAA Championship team...
originally signed with Montreal in CAREER
1982...his mother, Helen Callaghan, 2016- SEATTLE MARINERS First Base Coach
2015 Texas Rangers minor league field coordinator
was a member of the All-American 2011-2014 Texas Rangers minor league infield &
Girls Professional Baseball League baserunning coordinator
...following his career, while coaching
high school and college, he also established his own plumbing company (2000-2010).
MANAGING/COACHING CAREER: In his second season as the Mariners first base coach,
and his second season as a big league coach, overallin addition to first base coaching
duties, works with outfielders and on baserunning...spent 2015 as the Texas Rangers
minor league field coordinator, overseeing all on-field instruction for minor league position
players...was the Rangers minor league infield and baserunning coordinator from 2011-
2014...from 2000 to 2010 he held various coaching positions at San Luis Obispo (CA)
High School and in summer collegiate baseball leagues.
PLAYING CAREER: Originally signed with Montreal in 1982he had an 18-year professional
career from 1983-2000, appearing in the Majors with Montreal (1986-88), Houston (1988,
1990-93) and Cleveland (1996-97)...appeared at every position except pitcher and
catcher in big leagues...he batted a combined .250 with 86 doubles, 11 homers and 139
RBI in 754 career MLB games...appeared in 2 games in 1996 ALDS (walked in only PA
and scored 1 run).

CANDAELEs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
1983 W. Palm Beach .305 127 511 77 156 200 26 9 0 45 8 1 2 51 44 22 17 .391 .370
Memphis .211 5 19 4 4 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 .263 .250
1984 Jacksonville .273 132 532 68 145 178 23 2 2 53 5 6 1 30 35 26 18 .335 .309
1985 Indianapolis .259 127 390 55 101 124 13 5 0 35 11 1 0 44 33 13 10 .318 .333
1986 Indianapolis .302 119 480 77 145 195 32 6 2 42 11 2 1 46 29 16 10 .406 .363
MONTREAL .231 30 104 9 24 30 4 1 0 6 0 1 0 5 15 3 5 .288 .264
1987 MONTREAL .272 138 449 62 122 156 23 4 1 23 4 2 2 38 28 7 10 .347 .330
1988 Indianapolis .264 60 239 23 63 92 11 6 2 36 1 7 0 12 20 5 1 .385 .291
MONTREAL .172 36 116 9 20 27 5 1 0 4 2 0 0 10 11 1 0 .233 .238
Tucson .258 17 66 8 17 20 3 0 0 5 0 0 0 4 6 4 2 .303 0.3
HOUSTON .161 21 31 2 5 8 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 6 0 1 .258 .188
1989 Tucson .218 68 206 22 45 53 6 1 0 17 4 1 0 20 37 6 3 .257 .286
1990 Tucson .214 7 28 2 6 7 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 3 2 1 2 .250 .313
HOUSTON .286 130 262 30 75 104 8 6 3 22 4 0 1 31 42 7 5 .397 .364
1991 HOUSTON .262 151 461 44 121 167 20 7 4 50 1 3 0 40 49 9 3 .362 .319
1992 HOUSTON .213 135 320 19 68 85 12 1 1 18 7 6 3 24 36 7 1 .266 .269
1993 Tucson .296 6 27 4 8 9 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 2 1 2 .333 .367
HOUSTON .240 75 121 18 29 40 8 0 1 7 0 0 0 10 14 2 3 .331 .298
1994 Indianapolis .282 131 511 66 144 201 31 7 4 52 3 4 0 32 65 8 6 .393 .322
1995 Buffalo .247 97 364 50 90 126 10 7 4 38 4 7 2 22 42 9 2 .346 .289
Albuquerque .259 12 27 2 7 7 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 4 4 0 1 .259 .344
1996 Buffalo .311 94 392 66 122 166 22 2 6 37 3 3 1 27 35 3 5 .423 .355
CLEVELAND .250 24 44 8 11 16 2 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 9 0 0 .364 .267
1997 Buffalo .228 79 311 39 71 113 21 0 7 38 4 4 1 31 43 1 6 .363 .297
CLEVELAND .308 14 26 5 8 9 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 .346 .333
1998 Nashville .272 44 147 18 40 52 5 2 1 15 1 0 1 13 19 1 1 .354 .335
New Orleans .290 66 221 36 64 82 11 2 1 25 0 2 0 18 34 2 0 .371 .340
1999 New Orleans .266 126 467 56 124 185 34 3 7 42 2 0 3 47 54 3 9 .396 .337
2000 Nashua .276 81 308 54 85 111 18 1 2 29 2 4 3 49 30 5 7 .360 .376
Calgary .214 22 84 11 18 26 4 2 0 11 0 2 1 11 5 4 1 .310 .306
Minor Lg Totals .273 1420 5330 738 1455 1952 273 55 38 529 61 45 17 468 542 131 103 .366 .331
AL Totals .271 38 70 13 19 25 3 0 1 8 0 0 0 2 10 1 0 .357 .292
NL Totals .249 716 1864 193 464 617 83 20 10 131 19 12 6 159 201 36 28 .331 .308
ML TOTALS .250 754 1934 206 483 642 86 20 11 139 19 12 6 161 211 37 28 .332 .308

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MIKE HAMPTON (46)
POSITION: Bullpen Coach, former pitcher
AGE: 44, turns 45 Sept. 9
BORN: 9-9-72 in Brooksville, FL
BATTED: Right THREW: Left

PERSONAL: Michael William Hamptonresides in Arcadia, AZ, with his


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wife, Monique...has four children: Michael Gage, Griffin, Harper and Beau
graduated from Crystal River (FL) High School; was a two-time all-state
selection in football and baseball; offered a combined football/baseball
scholarship by Florida State but chose
to sign after being drafted by Seattle in HAMPTONs COACHING
the 6th round of the 1990 June Draft.
MANAGING/COACHING CAREER: CAREER
In his second season as the Mariners 2016- SEATTLE MARINERS Bullpen Coach
bullpen coach, and his second year 2013-2014 Arkansas Travelers (AA) Pitching Coach
as a big league coach, overallwas
AA pitching coach with Arkansas Travelers (Angels organization) in 2013 and 2014.
PLAYING CAREER: In 16 Major League seasons with Seattle (1993), Houston (1994-99, 2009),
New York-NL (2000), Colorado (2001-02), Atlanta (2003-05, 08) and Arizona (2010), he compiled
a 148-115 record with a 4.06 ERA (1024 ER, 2268.1 IP) with 1387 strikeouts in 419 games
including 355 starts...had five straight seasons of 200.0-plus innings (1997-2001) and made 32+
starts in each of those seasons...he appeared in the postseason six times with Houston (1997,
1998, 1999), New York-NL (2000) & Atlanta (2003, 2004), combining to go 2-4 with a 3.74 ERA
(27 ER, 65.0 IP) with 53 strikeouts in 11 games (10 starts)...was the NLCS MVP with the Mets in
2000...the two-time All-Star (1999 with Houston & 2001 with Colorado) won five Silver Slugger
Awards (1999-2003) and won a Gold Glove in 2003...in 2003 he became the first pitcher to win
a Gold Glove and a Silver Slugger in the same season...finished second in the 1999 Cy Young
Award voting when he went 22-4 with a 2.90 ERA with the Houston Astros...made his Major
League debut with Seattle in 1993, appearing in 13 games, including 3 starts.
HAMPTONs PLAYING RECORD
Year Team W-L ERA G GS CG ShO SV INN H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
1990 Mariners AFL 7-2 2.66 14 13 0 0 0 64.1 52 32 19 0 4 40 59 10 6
1991 San Bernardino 1-7 5.25 18 15 1 1 0 73.2 71 58 43 3 6 47 57 12 3
Bellingham 5-2 1.58 9 9 0 0 0 57.0 32 15 10 0 0 26 65 6 3
1992 San Bernardino 13-8 3.12 25 25 6 2 0 170.0 163 75 59 8 3 66 132 10 4
Jacksonville 0-1 4.35 2 2 1 0 0 10.1 13 5 3 0 0 1 6 0 0
1993 SEATTLE 1-3 9.53 13 3 0 0 1 17.0 28 20 18 3 0 17 8 1 1
Jacksonville 6-4 3.71 15 14 1 0 0 87.1 71 43 36 3 4 33 84 2 4
1994 HOUSTON 2-1 3.70 44 0 0 0 0 41.1 46 19 17 4 2 16 24 5 1
1995 HOUSTON 9-8 3.35 24 24 0 0 0 150.2 141 73 56 13 4 49 115 3 1
1996 HOUSTON 10-10 3.59 27 27 2 1 0 160.1 175 79 64 12 3 49 101 7 2
1997 HOUSTON 15-10 3.83 34 34 7 2 0 223.0 217 105 95 16 2 77 139 6 1
1998 HOUSTON 11-7 3.36 32 32 1 1 0 211.2 227 92 79 18 5 81 137 4 2
1999 HOUSTON *22-4 2.90 34 34 3 2 0 239.0 206 86 77 12 5 101 177 9 0
2000 NEW YORK-NL 15-10 3.14 33 33 3 1 0 217.2 194 89 76 10 8 99 151 10 0
2001 COLORADO 14-13 5.41 32 32 2 1 0 203.0 236 138 122 31 8 85 122 6 0
2002 COLORADO 7-15 6.15 30 30 0 0 0 178.2 228 *135 122 24 7 91 74 9 2
2003 ATLANTA 14-8 3.84 31 31 1 0 0 190.0 186 91 81 14 1 78 110 10 1
2004 ATLANTA 13-9 4.28 29 29 1 0 0 172.1 198 86 82 15 1 65 87 3 2
2005 ATLANTA 5-3 3.50 12 12 1 1 0 69.1 74 28 27 5 0 18 27 1 0
Richmond# 0-0 2.25 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 4 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 0
GCL Braves 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 6 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0
2006 Did not pitch - injured
2007 Did not pitch - injured
2008 Richmond# 0-1 1.42 2 2 0 0 0 6.1 6 1 1 0 0 3 6 0 0
Mississippi# 0-0 3.86 2 2 0 0 0 7.0 7 3 3 1 0 1 6 0 0
Myrtle Beach# 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 5 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0
Rome# 0-0 9.00 1 1 0 0 0 3.0 8 4 3 0 0 0 5 1 0
Braves-GCL# 0-0 0.00 2 2 0 0 0 5.2 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0
ATLANTA 3-4 4.85 13 13 0 0 0 78.0 83 45 42 10 1 28 38 0 0
2009 HOUSTON 7-10 5.30 21 21 0 0 0 112.0 128 71 66 13 2 46 74 1 0
2010 Reno 1-0 2.70 4 0 0 0 0 3.1 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0
ARIZONA 0-0 0.00 10 0 0 0 0 4.1 3 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 33-25 3.25 97 88 9 3 0 502.0 442 238 181 15 18 219 439 41 20
AL Totals 1-3 9.53 13 3 0 0 1 17.0 28 20 18 3 0 17 8 1 1
NL Totals 147-112 4.02 406 352 21 9 0 2251.1 2342 1137 1006 197 49 884 1379 74 12
ML TOTALS 148-115 4.06 419 355 21 9 1 2268.1 2370 1157 1024 200 49 901 1387 75 13
All-Star * Led League + Tied for League Lead # MLB Rehab Assignment
CAREER HITTING AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
ML TOTALS .246 425 725 97 178 258 22 5 16 79 63 5 5 47 195 3 4 .356 .294

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Guidelines for Selection to the Mariners Hall of Fame
The Mariners Hall of Fame was established in 1997 to honor the great players and
other individuals who make positive contributions to the history of the Mariners franchise.
I. Eligible Candidates - To be eligible for consideration, uniformed personnel (player,
manager or coach) should meet the following requirements:
A. Active in a Mariners uniform for at least five seasons;
B. Ceased to be active in the Major Leagues at least two seasons preceding the
selection, but may be otherwise connected with baseball.
To be eligible for consideration, non-uniformed personnel should meet the following
requirements:
A. Full-time employee of the Mariners for at least five seasons.
B. Made significant contributions to Mariners baseball and the franchise, either on
or off the field.
II. Method of Selection The Mariners governing board, the Board of Directors of
Baseball of Seattle, Inc., makes the selections for the Mariners Hall of Fame. Such
selections may be made at the initiative of the Board, or at the recommendation
of the Chief Executive Officer and the President of the Mariners, the Mariners front
office, Mariners players, members of the media or the fans.
III. Criteria for Selection The primary criterion for inclusion in the Mariners Hall
of Fame for players shall be the on-field impact a player had while in a Mariners
uniform. The measure of a players impact shall primarily be the statistical record
created by the player.
The Mariners will consider other factors, such as:
1. Statistical impact on the field while in a non-Mariners uniform, whether before or
after his tenure with the Mariners;
2. A players positive impact on the Northwest community outside the game of
baseball; and
3. A players positive impact in enhancing the image of the Seattle Mariners or
Major League Baseball.
IV. Time of Selection The Board will consider recommendations of eligible candidates
at least once each year, typically at its annual business meeting each fall. There may
be more than one selection in a given year, and there may be no selection at all.
V. Retirement of Uniform Number The Mariners plan to retire uniform numbers only
very selectively and subject to substantially higher expectations than those applied
to the Mariners Hall of Fame. To be eligible to have ones number retired, in addition
to the criteria outlined above, the former Mariners should have either a) been elected
to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and been in a Mariners uniform for at least five
years, or b) come close to such election and spent his entire career or a substantial
portion of his career with the Mariners. Eligibility shall not commence until after the
former player has been voted on once for the National Baseball Hall of Fame, which
for all practical purposes means six years after retirement. In this regard, the Mariners
will take into consideration the policy of other American League clubs in retiring
uniform numbers. This determination will also be made by the Board.
VI. Amendments The Seattle Mariners reserve the right to alter and amend these
guidelines at any time.

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EDGAR MARTINEZ (11)
POSITION: Hitting Coach, former designated hitter
AGE: 54
BORN: 1-2-63 in New York, NY
BATTED: Right THREW: Right
YEARS WITH MARINERS: 1987-2004
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PERSONAL: Edgar Martinezresides in Bellevue, WA with wife Holli,


son Alexander and daughters Tessa and Jacquelinegraduated from
high school in Dorado, PR in 1979attended American College in
Puerto Ricofollowing the 2004 season he
was recognized with the Roberto Clemente MARTINEZs COACHING
Award, and in 2007 he was inducted into
the World Sports Humanitarian Hall of CAREER
Famegives generously to the greater 2015- SEATTLE MARINERS Hitting Coach
Seattle community through The Martinez
Foundation; the foundation is primarily focused on helping to provide resources and
encouragement to highly-qualified young teachers and student-teachers of color to help
provide underserved populations with educational opportunities...Mariners will retire his
number (11) on Aug. 12 in a pre-game ceremony; hell join Ken Griffey Jr. as only two
Mariners with number retired...received 58.6% of vote in 2017 HOF balloting.
COACHING CAREER: In his third year as MLB hitting coach, his second full season...
Mariners were 6th in MLB in runs/game (4.74) and 3rd in MLB in HR (223) in 2016...was
named Mariners hitting coach June 20, 2015prior to being named hitting coach served
as a guest instructor during spring training and special assistant.
PLAYING CAREER: Retired at the end of the 2004 season after playing his entire 18-
year Major League career for the Seattle Marinersinducted into the Mariners Hall of
Fame on June 2, 2007over his career made seven All-Star appearances, (1992, 1995,
1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003), won two batting titles (.343, 1992, .356, 1995) and five
Designated Hitter of the Year Awards (1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001)after retiring,
MLB announced that the Designated Hitter of the Year Award would be renamed the
Edgar Martinez Awardis the Mariners all-time leader in doubles (514), walks (1,283)
and games played (2,055)also among the top 10 in several other categories including
batting average (.312), hits (2,247), at-bats (7,213), runs (1,219), home runs (309), RBI
(1,261), total bases (3,718) and extra-base hits (838)in 2010, Edgars name appeared
for the first time on the National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot (2010 - 36.2%, 2011 -
32.9%, 2012 - 36.5%, 2013 - 35.9%, 2014 - 25.2%, 2015 - 27.0%)in October 2004, the
City of Seattle renamed a section of S. Atlantic St., which abuts the south side of Safeco
Field, Edgar Martinez Driveoriginally signed by the Mariners as a non-drafted free agent
on December 19, 1982; signed by Marty Martinez and Coco LaBoy.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
2 American League Batting Titles: 1992 (.343) and 1995 (.356)
3 American League On-Base Percentage Titles: 1995 (.479), 1998 (.429), 1999 (.447)
5 Silver Slugger Awards: 1992, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2003
5 Designated Hitter of the Year Awards: 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001
6 Top-10 finishes in AL in Slugging Percentage: 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001
7 All-Star Game Appearances: 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003
7 Top-10 finishes in AL in Average: 1990, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999
11 Top-10 finishes in AL On-Base Pct: 1990-92, 1995-2001, 2003
.300+ AVG, .400+ OBP, 300+ HR, 500+ 2B, 1,000+ BB: One of only 10 players in Major
League history to have collected 300+ HR, 500+ doubles, 1000+ walks, boast an average
over .300 and an on-base percentage over .400.
Roberto Clemente Award: 2004
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Appeared in all 34 of Mariners postseason games and hit
The Double in the 1995 ALDSscorched the Yankees in the 1995 Division Series, batting
.571 (12x21) in 5 games, setting the ALCS 5-game record for hits in a seriesbecame
first player in history to drive in 7 runs during a single post-season game in Game 4
slugged a 3-run HR in the 3rd inning to slice Yankees lead to 5-3, then drilled a grand slam
to center off John Wetteland in the 8th inning to give Seattle a 10-6 lead was 3-for-6 in
Game 5, including doubling home the tying and winning runs in the 11th inning off Jack
McDowell to send Seattle to the ALCSbatted .364 (4x11) with home run and 2 RBI in
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MARTINEZ (continued)
2000 ALDS vs. Chicagostarted all 10 of Seattles post-season games in 2001hit .313
(5x16) with 2 home runs and 5 RBI in the ALCS vs. Clevelandhome run in Game 4 in
Cleveland was estimated at 458 feet.
AWARDS: All-Star Games: 1992, 1995 (starter), 1996, 1997 (starter), 2000, 2001 (starter),
2003 (starter)Silver Slugger: 1992, 1997, 2001, 2003AL Designated Hitter of the Year:
1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001Sporting News AL All-Star: 1992, 1995, 1997, 2001

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AP MLB All-Star: 1995, 1998AL Player of the Week: 6 times, last: May 22, 2000AL
Player of the Month: 5 times, last: May, 2003named the Mariners MVP by the Seattle
Chapter of the BBWAA in 1992 and 1995voted the Seattle P-I Sports Star of the Year
in 19922004 Roberto Clemente AwardEdgar Martinez DH of the Year Award: 1995,
1997, 1998, 2000, 2001.

MARTINEZs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
1983 Bellingham .173 32 104 14 18 21 1 1 0 5 1 1 2 18 24 1 3 .202 .304
1984 Wausau .303 126 433 72 131 212 32 2 15 66 7 6 3 84 57 11 9 .490 .414
1985 Chattanooga .258 111 357 43 92 126 15 5 3 47 10 12 5 71 30 1 3 .353 .378
Calgary .353 20 68 8 24 33 7 1 0 14 0 0 0 12 7 1 0 .485 .450
1986 Chattanooga .264 132 451 71 119 176 29 5 6 74 5 6 2 89 35 2 5 .390 .383
1987 Calgary .329 129 438 75 144 207 31 1 10 66 6 3 2 82 48 3 5 .473 .434
SEATTLE .372 13 43 6 16 25 5 2 0 5 0 0 1 2 5 0 0 .581 .413
1988 Calgary *.363 95 331 63 120 171 19 4 8 64 2 5 3 66 40 9 1 .517 .467
SEATTLE .281 14 32 0 9 13 4 0 0 5 1 1 0 4 7 0 0 .406 .351
1989 SEATTLE .240 65 171 20 41 52 5 0 2 20 2 3 3 17 26 2 1 .304 .314
Calgary .345 32 113 30 39 59 11 0 3 23 1 2 3 22 13 2 2 .522 .457
1990 SEATTLE .302 144 487 71 147 211 27 2 11 49 1 3 5 74 62 1 4 .433 .397
1991 SEATTLE .307 150 544 98 167 246 35 1 14 52 2 4 8 84 72 0 3 .452 .405
1992 SEATTLE *.343 135 528 100 181 287 +46 3 18 73 1 5 4 54 61 14 4 .544 .404
1993 SEATTLE .237 42 135 20 32 51 7 0 4 13 1 1 0 28 19 0 0 .378 .366
Jacksonville # .357 4 14 2 5 8 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .571 .438
1994 SEATTLE .285 89 326 47 93 157 23 1 13 51 2 3 3 53 42 6 2 .482 .387
1995 SEATTLE *.356 +145 511 +121 182 321 +52 0 29 113 0 4 8 116 87 4 3 .628 *.479
1996 SEATTLE .327 139 499 121 163 297 52 2 26 103 0 4 8 123 84 3 3 .595 .464
1997 SEATTLE .330 155 542 104 179 300 35 1 28 108 0 6 11 119 86 2 4 .554 .456
1998 SEATTLE .322 154 556 86 179 314 46 1 29 102 0 7 3 106 96 1 1 .565 *.429
1999 SEATTLE .337 142 502 86 169 278 35 1 24 86 0 3 6 97 99 7 2 .554 *.447
2000 SEATTLE .324 153 556 100 180 322 31 0 37 *145 0 8 5 96 95 3 0 .579 .423
2001 SEATTLE .306 132 470 80 144 255 40 1 23 116 0 9 9 93 90 4 1 .543 .423
2002 SEATTLE .277 97 328 42 91 159 23 0 15 59 0 6 6 67 69 1 1 .485 .403
2003 SEATTLE .294 145 497 72 146 243 25 0 24 98 0 7 7 92 95 0 1 .489 .406
2004 SEATTLE .263 141 486 45 128 187 23 0 12 63 0 3 2 58 107 1 0 .385 .342
Minor Lg Totals .300 681 2309 378 692 1013 145 19 46 362 32 35 20 446 254 30 28 .439 .412
ML Totals .312 2055 7213 1219 2247 3718 514 15 309 1261 10 77 89 1283 1202 49 30 .515 .418
All-Star * Led League + Tied for League Lead # MLB Rehab Assignment

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
1995 SEA vs. NYY .571 5 21 6 12 21 3 0 2 10 0 0 0 6 2 0 0 1.000 .667
1997 SEA vs. BAL .188 4 16 2 3 9 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 .563 .188
2000 SEA vs. CWS .364 3 11 2 4 8 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 .727 .462
2001 SEA vs. CLE .313 5 16 3 5 12 1 0 2 5 0 0 0 5 2 1 0 .750 .476
DS Totals .375 17 64 13 24 50 5 0 7 20 0 0 0 13 8 1 0 .781 .481

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES


YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
1995 SEA vs. CLE .087 6 23 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 5 1 1 .087 .192
2000 SEA vs. NYY .238 6 21 2 5 9 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 3 5 0 0 .429 .333
2001 SEA vs. NYY .150 5 20 1 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 .200 .190
LCS Totals .156 17 64 3 10 15 2 0 1 4 0 0 1 6 16 1 1 .234 .239

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
1992 AL, San Diego .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000
1995 AL, Texas .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .000
1996 AL, Philadelphia .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000
1997 AL, Cleveland 1.000 1 2 1 2 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2.500
1.000
2000 AL, Atlanta .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000
2001 AL, Seattle .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .000
2003 AL, Chicago-AL .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 .000 .333
ASG Totals .167 7 12 1 2 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 4 0 1 .417 .231

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MEL STOTTLEMYRE (30)
POSITION: Pitching Coach, former pitcher
AGE: 53
BORN: 12-28-63 in Prosser, WA
BATTED: Right THREW: Right
PERSONAL: Melvin Leon Stottlemyre Jr....resides in Lewiston, ID, with
his wife, Lisahas 3 children: Maleigha, Colton and Blaise...graduated
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from Davis High School in Yakima, WA, in 1982...drafted by Seattle


following his
senior year of high school, but
did not sign...attended Univ. of
STOTTLEMYREs COACHING
Nevada-Las Vegas...was the Astros CAREER
1st round selection in the 1985 2016- SEATTLE MARINERS Pitching Coach
January Draft...with his father, Mel 2014-2015 ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS Bullpen Coach
2011-2013 Arizona Diamondbacks Minor League Pitching Coordinator
owns Stotts Fishing Adventures on 2009-2010 ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS Pitching Coach
the Clearwater River near Lewiston, 2007-2009 Arizona Diamondbacks Minor League Pitching Coordinator
ID...father, Mel Sr., was a 5-time 2005-2006 Missoula Osprey (A) Pitching Coach
2004 El Paso Diablos (AA) Pitching Coach
AL All-Star (1965-66, 68-70) and 2003 Lancaster JetHawks (A) Pitching Coach
went 164-139 with a 2.97 ERA over 2002 Yakima Bears (short-A) Pitching Coach
11 Major League seasons with the
Yankeesachieved 20 wins on 3 occasions (1965, 68-69)served as pitching coach
for the Yankees from 1996-2005 and the Mariners in 2008...brother, Todd, was 138-121
with a 4.28 ERA in 15 Major League seasons with the Blue Jays (1988-94), As (1995),
Cardinals (1996-98), Rangers (1998) and D-backs (1999-2002).
COACHING CAREER: Is in his second season as the Mariners Pitching Coach, his fourth
season as a big league pitching coach, and his sixth season as a MLB coach, overall
Mariners posted a 4.00 ERA in 2016 despite using single-season club record for pitchers
used (32); included 13 different starters...spent 2002-15 in the Arizona Diamondbacks
organization, most recently as its bullpen coach (2014-15) following stints as its minor
league pitching coordinator (2011-13), Major League pitching coach (2009-10), minor
league pitching coordinator (2007-09), and minor league pitching coach with affiliates
in Missoula (2005-06), El Paso (2004), Lancaster (2003) and Yakima (2002)...began his
coaching career as the pitching coach with the University of Nevada-Las Vegas (his alma
mater) in 2001.
PLAYING CAREER: Pitched in six minor league seasons in the Houston (1985-1987) and
Kansas City (1987-1990) organizations, combining to go 25-24 with a 3.50 ERA (162 ER,
416.2 IP) with 24 saves in 122 appearances including 57 starts...pitched briefly in Majors
with Kansas City, going 0-1 with a 4.88 ERA (17 ER, 31.1 IP) in 13 games, including 2
starts, in 1990...was originally selected by Houston in first round of 1985 January Draft...
was previously drafted by Seattle in 28th round of 1982 June Draft, but did not sign.

STOTTLEMYREs PLAYING RECORD


Year Team W-L ERA G GS CG ShO SV INN H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
1985 Asheville 5-4 2.75 14 13 1 0 0 78.2 65 33 24 4 0 38 70 4 0
1986 Asheville 3-1 2.10 7 7 2 1 0 34.1 32 13 8 3 0 12 28 2 0
Osceola 0-7 7.82 9 8 0 0 0 35.2 48 38 31 3 0 26 25 5 0
1987 Columbus 7-6 4.31 20 20 4 1 0 127.2 125 68 61 12 0 41 85 2 0
1988 Memphis 3-2 2.40 7 7 1 0 0 45.0 41 18 12 1 0 14 29 1 0
1989 Baseball City 1-2 4.94 13 2 0 0 4 23.2 30 14 13 1 0 9 25 3 0
Memphis 3-0 1.59 16 0 0 0 6 22.2 15 4 4 0 0 9 18 1 0
Omaha 1-1 2.35 7 0 0 0 1 7.2 6 4 2 1 0 3 9 1 0
1990 Omaha 2-1 1.51 29 0 0 0 13 41.2 26 9 7 0 0 11 33 1 0
KANSAS CITY 0-1 4.88 13 2 0 0 0 31.1 35 18 17 3 0 12 14 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 25-24 3.50 122 57 8 2 24 417.0 388 201 162 25 0 163 322 20 0
ML TOTALS 0-1 4.88 13 2 0 0 0 31.1 35 18 17 3 0 12 14 0 0

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FLEMING BAEZ (66)
POSITION: Bullpen Catcher, former catcher
Fleming is in his second season as the Mariners Major League
bullpen catcherplayed in the minors, and independent leagues, from
1999-2009, concluding his career with two seasons (2008-2009) in
the Mariners organization where he made stops at Everett, Clinton,
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but also appeared in the outfield and at first and third base...had one
pitching appearance, with Pulaski in 2002.

NASUSEL CABRERA (89)


POSITION: Batting Practice Pitcher, former pitcher
Nasusel is in his third season as the Mariners batting practice
pitcher after joining the club at mid-season in 2015...was previously
the Mariners Latin America pitching coordinator...spent 2014 as
pitching coach in Everett, after spending 2009-2013 as pitching coach
in Pulaski...was pitching coach of Seattles Dominican club in 2007...
prior to joining Mariners organization spent 18 seasons as a pitching
coach in the Dominican...pitched in the Oakland organization from
1986-88 prior to beginning his coaching career.
Nasusel resides in Lynnwood, WA, with wife Milvia, son Nassuel and daughter Nasmil.

CHRIS PRIETO (88)


POSITION: Special Projects Coach, former outfielder
Chris is in his fourth season on the Mariners Major staff, his first
as a special projects coach...is Seattles replay point person...spent
three years as quality assurance coach...he managed the Mariners
Pulaski team (Appy League) to a 41-27 mark in 2013, and spent 2011
and 2012 as a coach in the Padres minor league system....had a 13-
year career in the minors and appeared in two big league games with
the Angels in 2005...during his minor league career in the Padres,
Astros, As, Cardinals, Dodgers and Angels system, was a career .282
(1340x5625) hitter in 1,339 games.
Chris graduated from Carmel (CA) high school and attended the University of Nevada
prior to being drafted. He played alongside his twin brother, Rick, in the Padres system. He
and his wife, Laryn, have two daughters: Averi and Logyn.

ANTONY SUZUKI
POSITION: Pacific Rim Liason Assistant / Interpreter
Antony is entering his 13th Major League season, his 12th as
an interpreter with the Mariners. In 2016, he took on additional
responsibilities in the Pacific Rim. He began his career with the
San Diego Padres and has worked with six Japanese players in the
Majors (Hisashi Iwakuma, Ichiro Suzuki, Kenji Johjima, Norichika
Aoki, Munenori Kawasaki and San Diegos Akinori Otsuka). Suzukis
duties include interpretation for players and assisting with on and
off field needs. Antony works closely with the advance scouting staff to translate reports
for meetings, etc., assists the Baseball Information department with Japanese media, and
helps the manager and coaching staff with communicating with Japanese-speaking players,
including being part of mound visits with the pitching coach or manager during games.
Antony was a part of the Japan-America All-Star Series in 2006 and 2014, and worked
with Team Japan in the World Baseball Classic in 2009 and 2013 as Official Team Interpreter.
Antony Hiroaki Suzuki was born in Honolulu, HI, but attended high school in Chiba, Japan
to play/study Japanese baseball and culture. He graduated from Komazawa University
(Tokyo). Antony and his wife, Yuko, reside in Renton, WA, with their daughter Malia.

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BEHIND THE SCENES
RICK GRIFFIN
Head Athletic Trainer, Sr. Director of Athletic Training
Rick Griffin is in his 35th season as only the second athletic trainer
in Mariners history. He was promoted to his current position as Senior
Director on Jan. 3, 2014. In 2014, Rick will worked his 5,500th regular-
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season game this season; hes missed only 11 games in his 35 years
with the club. He has also worked all 34 postseason games. Prior to
joining the team on February 3, 1983, he worked as a full-time athletic
trainer at the Sports Medicine Clinic in Seattle.
A native of Brigham City, Utah, Rick earned a B.S. from Utah State
in health education and followed with a M.S. from the University of Oregon. His baseball
background includes four years (1977-81) as athletic trainer with the then Cincinnati Reds
affiliate Eugene Emeralds of the Northwest League. Also in Eugene, he served as an
instructor and athletic trainer at Winston Churchill High School.
In 1982 toured Australia speaking on sports medicine topics. In November of 1994, 1995,
2000, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2014 & 2015 Rick went to Japan and lectured to the Japanese
Baseball Athletic Trainers Society. Rick has been an athletic trainer for the American League
All-Star Team four times (1987, 1995, 2001 in Seattle & 2010). In December 1989, he was
elected as the American League representative of the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers
Society, a position he held for six years. In Oct. 1996, Rick toured Japan with a group of
All-Stars that played Japanese All-Stars in a series of exhibition games. Following the 1999
season the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society named Rick and his staff the Major
League Baseball Athletic Training Staff of the Year, and following the 2013 season Rick and
his staff were honored with the Martin-Monahan Award as the best medical staff in MLB.
Rick is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine, National Athletic Trainers
Society and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He enjoys hunting, fishing,
golf and providing medical coverage at professional rodeos in the off-season.
Rick, and his wife Rachel, reside in Bothell, WA.

ROB NODINE
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Rob Nodine enters his 11th season as the Assistant Athletic Trainer
at the Major League level after spending 14 years in the Mariners
system. Rob joined the organization in 1993 as Athletic Trainer at
Riverside (A). He spent four seasons as an Athletic Trainer for the
Mariners affiliate in the California League before moving to Double-A
in 1997. Rob spent four years (1997-2001) as the Double-A ATC and
was the Athletic Trainer for the West Division Team in the 2001 Texas
League All-Star Game. He moved to AAA Tacoma in 2002. Rob served
on the PBATS Executive Board from 2009-2015.
Following the 2013 season the Mariners Athletic Training Staff was honored with the Martin-
Monahan Award as the best medical staff in MLB.
Rob received his B.S. degree in Athletic Training from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
in 1992. He worked as a student Athletic Trainer for the baseball, football, basketball and
track teams, among others, while a student at UNLV. Nodine is a member of the National
Athletic Trainers Association and is licensed in the states of Arizona and Washington.
Rob, and his wife Summer, reside in Edmonds, Wash. He has four children: Olivia,
McKenna, Charlotte and Shelby.

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MATT TOTH
Assistant Athletic Trainer - Rehabilitation
Matt Toth is in his sixth season in the Majors, but his 12th in the
Mariners organization. He works as a part of the athletic training
staff, but his focus is on rehabilitating injured players. Following the
2013 season the Mariners Athletic Training Staff was honored with the
Martin-Monahan Award as the best medical staff in MLB.
Matt is a graduate of John Carroll (OH) University and has an M.S.

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in Health and Human Performance from Oregon State. Matt spent
the 2009-2011 seasons as the athletic trainer for (AA) Jackson. He
was with (A) Wisconsin in 2008, after spending 2006 (Inland Empire)
and 2007 (High Desert) in the California League. Matt was an athletic trainer with the OSU
football and baseball teams in 2004. He worked as an athletic trainer in the Milwaukee
organization in 2002-03 after beginning his career in the Cubs organization in 2001. Matt
resides in Issaquah, Wash., with his wife, Annie, son Alex and daughter Ellie.

JAMES CLIFFORD
Director, Player Performance
James Clifford is in his 20th season in the Mariners front office,
his sixth since joining the Major League staff and his first as
Director, Player Performance. He spent the previous 14 seasons as
Sports Science & Performance Coordinator and was responsible for
implementing weight training programs at all levels of Seattles minor
league system.
James had a six-year Minor League career playing in the Mariners
minor league system from 1992-98. June, 2016 marked 25 years in the
Seattle Organization for James.
A Seattle native, he graduated from Ingraham High School in 1988, where he was an all-
state selection in football and baseball. He was drafted out of high school by the Mariners in
19th round in 1988, but elected to attend the University of Washington where he starred in
baseball and football. James led the Pac-10 in tackles (164) in 1989 as an inside linebacker
and was a member of the Huskies 1991 National Championship team. He played one
season of college baseball in 1992 and led the Huskies to their first postseason appear-
ance since 1959. James resides in Peoria, Ariz., with wife Kimberley and daughters Kaelyn,
Kennedy and Kinley.

CHAD UIHLEIN
Major League Performance Specialist
Chad Uihlein is in his fourth season on the Major League strength
staff working with James Clifford. He is in his eighth season in the
Mariners organization, returning after serving on the strength staff in
the Pittsburgh Pirates organization from 2010-2012.
Uihlein was the AA West Tennessee strength and conditioning
coach in 2007 and 2009 and served in the same capacity with
AAA Tacoma in 2008. He has a B.S. in international business and
kinesiology, and a M.S. in human movement from A.T. Still University.

YOSHIHIRO NAKAZAWA
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Yoshi Nakazawa is in his fourth season in the Mariners organization,
his ninth season as an Assistant Athletic Trainer/Massage Therapist.
He spent the 2013 season with the Texas Rangers. Yoshi began his
big league career with the Chicago Cubs from 2008-2011, moving to
the Cleveland Indians midway through the 2011 season.
Nakazawa worked with the Chunichi Dragons in the Japan Professional
Baseball League from 1993-2008. He began his athletic training career
with the NTT Tokai Volleyball Team in the Japan Industrial League.
Yoshis education includes formal training in Japanese Oriental Medicine and
Acupuncture. He is a certified athletic trainer, certified massage and shiatsu therapist,
certified acupuncturist and a licensed moxibustion therapy specialist.

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RYAN STILES
Equipment Manager
Ryan Stiles is in his 19th year in the Mariners organization and his fifth
since being promoted to equipment manager. Stiles is responsible for all
home clubhouse operations for the team. His duties include purchasing
and maintaining all club baseball equipment while attending to the day-
to-day needs of the Mariners players, coaches and staff.
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Ryan spent the previous 10 seasons as the teams minor league


equipment manager, working out of the Mariners Spring Training
Complex in Peoria, Ariz.
Prior to moving to Arizona, he spent three years working in the Mariners finance department.
A Longview, WA, native, Ryan graduated from RA Long High School, where he played
football and baseball, in 1992. He graduated from Central Washington University in 1997.
Ryan resides in Issaquah, WA. He has two children: Luke and Jack.

BILL SEPICH
Assistant Equipment Manager
Billy Sepich begins his 23rd season with the Mariners organization,
his 15th as the assistant equipment manager in the home clubhouse.
He began as an assistant in the visiting clubhouse in 1995, and served
as the visiting clubhouse manager in 2002. He moved over to the home
side beginning in 2003. In addition to assisting with other clubhouse
duties, Sepich oversees inventory on much of the baseball equipment
and supplies. Sepich, an avid golfer who sports an eight handicap,
attended Eastern Illinois University. He resides in Seattle.

PETE FORTUNE
Clubhouse Assistant
Pete Fortune is in his 32nd year in Major League Baseball, his 28th
with the Mariners, all spent working in the home clubhouse.
He was originally hired in April 1985 as a Mariners bat boy, and
served as a clubhouse assistant from 1986-89. After spending four
seasons (1990-93) as a New York Yankees clubhouse assistant, he
returned to Seattle in 1994 where he has remained.
Fortune, an Edmonds (WA) native, graduated from Edmonds High
School in 1984. He has one son (Jalil, 15) and resides in Seattle.

JEFF BOPP
Visiting Clubhouse Manager
Jeff Bopp is in his 10th year with the Mariners, his second since
being named Visiting Clubhouse Manager in January, 2016.
Jeff spent the previous eight years working in the Mariners home
clubhouse. He was the clubhouse manager for AAA Tacoma in 2002-08.
Bopp is a native of Longview, WA. He graduated from Mark Morris
High School in 1982 and graduated from Washington State University
with a degree in psychology. Jeff has one daughter (Chloe, 10) and
resides in Longview.

MARINERS CLUBHOUSE STAFF


Chris DeWitt (left) is in his 12th season working in the home
clubhouse while Joe Van Vleck (right) is in his fifth.
Both Chris and Joe began their careers as bat boys prior
to being promoted.
They assist Ryan, Bill and Pete during all home games, as well as at spring Training
and selected periods during the off-season.

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JIMMY HARTLEY
Video Coordinator
Jimmy Hartley is in his seventh season with the Mariners after joining
the club in January 2011. He spent the previous five seasons (2006-2010)
with the Colorado Rockies, working as the assistant video coordinator.
Jimmy oversees all video operations for the organization, helps players
and coaches with their day-to-day preparation, and works closely with the
Mariners advance scouting staff throughout the season.

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With the Rockies, Hartley assisted with all video operations at the Major
League level and worked closely with the player development department
during both Spring Training and the fall instructional league.
A native of Vinita, Okla., Hartley is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, where he earned
his bachelors degree in business administration in 2003 and his MBA in 2008. His previous work
experience includes time with the Oklahoma State University and University of Texas baseball
programs, Baseball Info Solutions, and as the Director of Baseball Operations at North Carolina
State University.

CRAIG MANNING
Assistant Video Coordinator
Craig Manning is in his 11th season with the Mariners after joining
the club in January 2007. He spent the 2004-2006 seasons working
as an intern with the Mariners MLB Video Coordinator. He was the
Tacoma Rainiers video coordinator from 2002-2004.
Craig assists the video coordinator, and is responsible for
coordinating all minor league video as well as assisting the scouting
department.
Craig is a native of Gig Harbor. He graduated from Central
Washington University and currently resides in Renton.

BOB CHRISTOFFERSON
Head Groundskeeper
Bob Christofferson was hired July 1, 2000 as the Mariners head
groundskeeper.
In December, 2015, Bob was elected to the Tacoma Pierce County
Hall of Fame. In December, 2008, Bob received the Dedication to
Baseball Award from the Washington State Baseball Coaches
Association. Following the 2005 season, Bob was honored with the
Harry C. Gill Memorial Award by the Sports Turf Managers Association.
The award honors an individuals long-term service and commitment
as well as their professional excellence.
Christofferson spent 20 years prior to being hired by the Mariners as the stadium
manager and head groundskeeper of Cheney Stadium for the Triple-A Tacoma franchise
of the Pacific Coast League. His father, Bob, joined the original Cheney Stadium grounds
crew in 1960. Christofferson was a three-time winner of the PCL Groundskeeper of the Year
Award, including the first-ever award in 1992 and back-to-back honors in 1998 & 1999,
despite having to battle the Northwests fickle weather. His tenure included overseeing the
Goodwill Games competition when Cheney Stadium was host to 24 games in six days, the
world fastpitch softball championship in 1980 and numerous state high school playoffs.
Bob graduated from Stadium HS in Tacoma and Central Washington University, where
he played baseball. He was a social studies teacher and varsity baseball coach at Foss HS
from 1976-80. Christofferson and his wife, Cyndy, reside in Puyallup with their two children:
Tyler and Lauren.

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DAVIS NIEHAUS BUHNER

MARTINEZ JOHNSON WILSON

GRIFFEY PINIELLA MOYER

Alvin Davis (1997) Edgar Martinez (2007) Ken Griffey Jr. (2013)
Dave Niehaus (2000) Randy Johnson (2012) Lou Piniella (2014)
Jay Buhner (2004) Dan Wilson (2012)
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PLAYERS

Kyle Seager and Robinson Can combined to form one of the best
left-handed hitting duos in the Majors last season.
DAN ALTAVILLA (53)
POSITION: Right-handed pitcher
AGE: 24, turns 25 on Sept. 8 BORN: 9-8-92 in McKeesport, PA
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 200
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 37 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Mariners 5th round selection in the 2014 MLB First-Year
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Player Draft; signed by Mariners scout Mike Moriarty


PRONUNCIATION: Altavilla (all-tuh-VIL-uh)
2016:
The Totals - Went 0-0 with a 0.73
ERA (1 ER, 12.1 IP) with 10 strike-
ALTAVILLAs CAREER HIGHS
outs in 15 relief appearances. MOST STRIKEOUTS:
Debut - Made his MLB debut on 2 2 times, last: 10/2/16 vs. OAK
Aug. 27 at Chicago-AL, tossing 1.0 LOW-HIT GAME: None
ShO inningstruck out Todd Frazier LONGEST WINNING STREAK: None
to end 8th inningselected from AA LONGEST LOSING STREAK: None
Jackson earlier that day (8/27). MOST INNINGS: 1.2 9/16/16 vs. HOU
Minor Totals - Went 7-3 with 16
saves with a 1.91 ERA (12 ER, 56.2 IP) with 65 strikeouts in 43 relief outings with AA Jackson.
Leader - At the time of his selection (8/28), ranked T4th in the Southern League with 16 saves.
Save It - His 16 saves were 2nd-most in Seattle minor league system this season.
Try & Hit It - Posted a .196 (40x204) opponents average against, including .155 (16x103)
mark vs. left-handed batters in minors.
Left Out - Lefties managed just 3 extra-base hits in 103 at-bats against him last season.
Ring Em Up - Posted 10.32 strikeouts/9.0 innings pitched (65 K, 56.2 IP) in the minors.
Strong Finish - Over his last 21 minor league games (6/25-8/24), went 3-2 with 8 saves
and a 1.33 ERA (4 ER, 27.0 IP)during that time frame, tallied 35 strikeouts and 9 walks.
PERSONAL: Daniel Altavillagraduated from Elizabeth Forward (PA) High School in 2011
attended Mercyhurst (PA) College from 2011-2014won the inaugural Brett Tomko
Award given to NCAA Division IIs Most Outstanding Pitchernamed the 2014 ABCA/
Rawlings Division II National Pitcher of the Yearnamed to the ABCA/Rawlings First Team
All-American Teambecame the highest draft pick in Mercyhurst program history after
his 5th round selectionhighest drafted college player in 2014 to not attend a D1 college.
CAREER: Spent entire 3-year professional career with the Mariners after being selected in
the 5th round of the 2014 MLB First-Year Player Draftmade his Major League debut on
Aug. 27 at Chicago-ALis 0-0 with a 0.73 ERA (1 ER, 12.1 IP) with 10 strikeouts and 1
walk in 15 career relief appearances.
2014: Began professional career with Everettaveraged 9.0 strikeouts per 9.0 IP,
including striking out a season-high 9 batters in 6.0 innings on Aug. 23 vs. Eugene
(6.0,4,2,1,0,9,HR)recorded first career win on July 25 vs. Boise (6.0,4,1,1,2,5,HR)
went 5-1 with a 3.07 ERA (14 ER, 41.0 IP) in final 7 starts of the season (7/25-8/29).
2015: Spent season with Bakersfieldled the Cal League in starts (28), while also ranking
T1st in shutouts (1), 2nd in opponent batting average (.246), T3rd in complete games (1),
4th in strikeouts (134) and innings pitched (148.1) and 6th in ERA (4.07) and WHIP (1.29)
tossed first career shutout on July 12 at Visalia (9.0,7,0,0,2,6)struck out at least 8 batters
in 12 starts, including a season-high 9 strikeouts on June 4 vs. Visalia (7.0,5,2,2,1,9,HR).
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.
ALTAVILLAs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2014 Everett 5-3 4.36 14 14 0 0 0 66.0 74 36 32 7 4 32 66 4 0
2015 Bakersfield 6-12 4.07 28 28 1 1 0 148.1 138 82 67 11 7 53 134 13 2
2016 Jackson 7-3 1.91 43 0 0 0 16 56.2 40 15 12 3 3 22 65 2 0
SEATTLE 0-0 0.73 15 0 0 0 0 12.1 11 1 1 0 1 1 10 1 0
Minor Lg Totals 18-18 3.69 85 42 1 1 16 271.0 252 133 111 21 14 107 265 19 2
ML Totals 0-0 0.73 15 0 0 0 0 12.1 11 1 1 0 1 1 10 1 0

ALTAVILLAs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Seattle in the 5th round of the 2014 MLB First-Year Player Draftsigned by
Mariners scout Mike Moriarty.
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ROBINSON CAN (22)
POSITION: Second Baseman
AGE: 34
BORN: 10-22-82 in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic
BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 212
ML SERVICE: 11 years, 153 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2023

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ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent on Dec. 12, 2013
PRONUNCIATION: Can (kah-NOH)

2016:
Totals - Hit .298 (195x655) with 107 CANs CAREER HIGHS
runs, 33 doubles, 2 triples, 39 home MOST HITS:
runs, 103 RBI in 161 games. 5 2 times; last 8/16/15 at BOS
All-Star Named to 7th All-Star MOST HOME RUNS: 2 20 times;
Gamecompeted in Home Run last 9/30/16 vs. OAK
Derby for 4th time (also: 2011-13). MOST RBI: 6 3 times;
Leaderboard Among AL leaders last 4/26/16 vs. HOU
ranked 2nd in total bases (349), MOST STOLEN BASES: 1 50 times;
2nd in at-bats (655), 3rd in multi-hit last 7/3/15 at OAK
games (59), 4th in hits (195), T4th in LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
games (161), 7th in home runs (39), 23 6/24-7/20/12 (with NYY)
T8th in XBH (74), 10th in slugging CAREER GRAND SLAMS:
(.533), 11th in RBI (103), 11th in OPS 10 last: 4/26/16 vs. HOU
(.882) and 13th in average (.298).
This is WAR Posted WAR of 7.3 (Baseball Reference), 6th-best in Majors among position
players, behind Mike Trout-LAA (10.6), Mookie Betts-BOS (9.6), Jose Altuve-HOU (7.7),
Kris Bryant-CHC (7.7) and Josh Donaldson-TOR (7.3)marked the 4th-highest WAR of
his career and the best since posting a 7.8 WAR in 2013 with New York-AL.
100 & 100 Scored 100+ runs and had 100+ RBI for third time in career (also: 2010 &
2011 w/NYY)one of 5 players in MLB to reach those marks (also: Nolan Arenado-COL,
Mike Trout-LAA, Mookie Betts-BOS & Kris Bryant-CHC)one of 4 players to post 3+
such seasons since 2010 (also: Miguel Cabrera-5, Jose Bautista-4 & Ryan Braun-3)7th
Mariners player (done 19x) to do so (last: Raul Ibaez, 103 R & 123 RBI in 2006).
Age is Only a Number His 39 home runs tied Rogers Hornsby (39 HR, 1929) for the
most home runs by a 2nd baseman in his age-33 season or older.
Good Company Hit career-best 39 home runs, the most in a single season by a 2nd
baseman in club history (previous: Bret Boone - 37 HR, 2001)joins Boone (35 HR, 2003
& 37 HR, 2001) as only Mariners 2nd basemen to hit 30+ home runs in a single season.
Clutch Homers Tied for Major League lead with 16 go-ahead home runs (also: Nolan
Arrenado-COL, Jose Bautista-TOR, Chris Carter-MIL, Freddie Freeman-ATL, David Ortiz-
BOS & Albert Pujols-LAA)T5th-most in club history (also: Alex Rodriguez, 1998).
Left on Left T1st in MLB among lefty hitters (also: K. Seager) in homers vs. lefties (11).
Extra! Led MLB with 3 extra inning home runs, tying Jay Buhner (1991) for club record.
First-Pitch Swinging T1st in MLB in home runs (11) on first pitch (also: Chris Davis-
BAL, Freddie Freeman-ATL & Adam Jones-BAL)2nd in RBI with 31, behind Altuve (32).
Multi-Hit 59 multi-hit games, 3rd-most in AL behind Mookie Betts (67), Jose Altuve (63).
Late & Great T6th in MLB in home runs in 7th frame or later with 12 and T10th with 35 RBI.
Houston, You Have a Problem Had 25 RBI vs. Houston, most RBI by any player vs.
single opponent in Majors in 2016trails Bret Boones 27 RBI vs. Texas in 2001 for the
club record3rd all-time in RBI vs. Houston in a single-season, trailing Willie Stargells 28
RBI with Pittsburgh in 1966 and Darryl Strawberrys 27 RBI with Los Angeles-NL in 1991.
Elite 2nd Baseman 450th career double on May 2 at Oakland, becoming 5th second
baseman in MLB history with 2,000 hits, 450 doubles, 200 home runs and 1,000 RBI
(also: Roberto Alomar, Craig Biggio, Jeff Kent and Rogers Hornsby).
Happy Totals Doubled in 8th inning on Aug. 20 vs. Milwaukee, giving him 3,500 total
bases in career...according to STATS, Inc., is fifth player in AL history with 3,500 bases
in first 12 seasons, joining Joe DiMaggio (3,773-1936-1950), Al Simmons (3,770-1924-
1935), Lou Gehrig (3,674 - 1923-1934) and Alex Rodriguez (3,576 - 1994-2005).

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Keystone Power Hit 247th career home run as 2nd baseman on June 17 at Boston,
passing Joe Gordon for most at keystone in AL history.
Milestone Recorded 1,000th career RBI in 1,707th career game on April 26 vs. Houston,
the 5th fastest 2nd baseman to reach 1,000 career RBI (Tony Lazzeri: 1,417; Jeff Kent:
1,486; Bobby Doerr: 1,552 & Charlie Gehringer: 1,593)recorded 6 RBI in that game
(4/26), equaling career-high (3x, last: 10/3/12 vs. BOS w/NYY).
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1,000-1,000 1,000th career run on June 5 at Texassince RBI became official stat in 1920,
is 1 of 6 players with 1,000+ runs and 1,000+ RBI through first 12 MLB seasons (also: Lance
Berkman, Miguel Cabrera, Matt Holiday, Carlos Lee & Albert Pujols).
Double Time Doubled to left field in 1st inning on Sept. 3 vs. Angels, his 12th
consecutive season with 30+ doublesone of four players in MLB history to record 12
or more straight seasons with 30+ doubles, joining Stan Musial (16 seasons: 19421958,
DNP in 1945), Tris Speaker (12: 19161927) and Honus Wagner (12: 18991910)only
player in MLB history with 30+ doubles in each of first 12 seasons (STATS Inc.).
Happy 50 - Homered on August 2 vs. Boston, giving him 12 consecutive seasons with
50+ extra-base hitsis 4th player in MLB history with 50+ XBH in first 12 seasons, joining
Carlos Lee-CWS/MIL/TEX/HOU (13, 1999-2011), Albert Pujols-STL/LAA (12, 2001-2012)
& Eddie Mathews-MIL (12, 1952-1963)...is first 2nd baseman (primary career position) in
MLB history to record 12 seasons with 50 or more extra-base hits.
Double Up Has 479 doubles through first 12 MLB seasons, 4th in MLB history through
first 12 seasonstrails Albert Pujols (505), Joe Medwick (483) & Paul Waner (481).
XBH Club Has 790 extra-base hits as 2nd baseman, 8th-most at keystonetrails Craig
Biggio (1,014), Rogers Hornsby (1,011), Jeff Kent (984), Charlie Gehringer (904), Nap
Lajoie (902), Joe Morgan (813) and Roberto Alomar (794).
30 Rock Hit 30+ home runs for 2nd time (33 HR, 2012 w/NYY)one of 5 AL 2nd
basemen with multiple 30+ home run seasons (Alfonso Soriano-3, Ian Kinsler-2, Bret
Boone-2 & Joe Gordon-2) and one of 10 2nd baseman in MLB history with multiple
seasons with 30+ homers (also: Dan Uggla, 5x: 2007-11, Rogers Hornsby, 3x: 1922, 1925 &
1929, Jeff Kent, 3x: 1998, 2000 & 2002, Chase Utley, 3x: 2006, 2008-09 and Ryne Sandberg,
2x: 1989-90)joins Boone as only Mariners 2nd baseman with multiple seasons of 30+.
Start It Up Homered in first 3 games of season at Texas, including multi-homer game
April 6only player in club history to homer in first three games to start seasonfirst
time to homer in first 3 gamesfirst 2nd baseman to homer in teams first 3 games since
Bobby Doerr (1941)his 4 home runs are most by Mariners player through first 3 games.
32 in 30 - Recorded 32 RBI in the Mariners first 30 games of the season, 2nd-most in
club history through the teams first 30 games...the only Mariners player with more RBI
through the teams first 30 games is Ken Griffey Jr. (35, 1997).
Whos On First Reached base in career-best 34 straight games, April 30June 5during
streak, hit .324 (45x139) with 30 runs, 11 doubles, 1 triple, 8 home runs, 24 RBI, 9 walks
T5th-longest on-base streak in MLB in 2016 (also: Dustin Pedroia - BOS, June 21-July 31).
Player of the Week Named American League Player of the Week (May 2 8), after
batting .516 (16x31) with 8 runs, 3 doubles, 4 home runs, 9 RBI and a 1.516 OPS in 7
gamesmarks his 7th career Player of the Week honor, first with the Mariners.
Power - Hit 39 home runs, 6th MLB second baseman with 20+ homers in 7+ years, joins
Jeff Kent (12), Dan Uggla (7), Craig Biggio (7), Joe Gordon (7) & Rogers Hornsby (7).
PERSONAL: Robinson Jose Canresides in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic
played basketball and baseball at San Pedro Apostol High Schoolfather, Jose, was a
pitcher in the Yankees, Braves and Astros organizations; appeared in 6 games with the
Astros (3 starts) in 1989along with his mother, Claribel, and father, established the RC22
Foundation in 2011 designed to provide hope to sick and underprivileged children in New
York City and the Dominican Republicin 2015, opened the RC22 DREAM School and
early childhood education center in San Pedro de Macorisvisited the residence of the
U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic on 1/27/11 as part of MLBs Dominican
Baseball Families initiative to support projects undertaken by the MLB Dominican
Development Allianceamong 30 finalists for the 2006 Roberto Clemente Award, given
annually to the Major League Baseball player who combines outstanding skills on the
baseball field with devoted work in the communityreceived 2010 Joe DiMaggio Toast
of the Town Award from New York Chapter of the BBWAAwas also given the 2010
Player Citizen of the Year Award from latinobaseball.com.
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CAREER: Seven-time All-Star, including starter at second base from 2010-14won 5 Silver
Slugger Awards (2006, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) and 2 Gold Gloves (2010, 2012)finished
in top 6 in voting for A.L. MVP from 2010-13, including 3rd in 2010, 6th in 2011 and 4th in
2012over last 10 seasons (since 2007), appeared in 1,594 of 1,620 possible games
ranks 1st in the Majors in games played since 2007team record in games played is
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with 762 runs, 328 doubles, 18 triples, 216 home runs, 777 RBI and .875 OPS (.511 SLG,
.364 OBP)562 extra-base hits over this span are 2nd-most in baseball behind Miguel
Cabrera (580), while his 328 doubles are the most in baseballalong with Dan Uggla
(2006-10), only second MLB 2B with five straight seasons with 25 2B & 25 HR (2009-13).
2001: Made professional debuthit .230 (46x200) with 3 home runs and 34 RBI in 57 games
with GCL Yankeesalso played 2 games for Staten Island in the New York-Penn League.
2002: Hit .276 (131x474) in 113 games with A Greensboroled team in hits (131), RBI (66)
and total bases (211)named starting shortstop for South squad in the South Atlantic
League All-Star Gametied for 2nd in the SAL with 9 triples.
2003: Split the season between A Tampa and AA Trentoncombined to bat .277 (147x530)
with 25 doubles, 4 triples, 6 home runs and 63 RBI in 136 gamesplayed in the All-Star
Futures Gameranked by Baseball America as the Yankees No. 6 prospect.
2004: Split season between AA Trenton and AAA Columbuscombined to hit .283 (144x508)
with 29 doubles, 10 triples, 13 home runs and 74 RBI in 135 gamesplayed in All-Star
Futures Game in HoustonYankees No. 2 prospect by Baseball America after season.
2005: Finished second behind Oaklands Huston Street in A.L. Rookie of the Year voting
hit .297 (155x522) with 14 home runs and 62 RBI in 132 games with Yankees after his
May recallled A.L. with .335 road batting averageled AL rookies in batting average,
runs (78), hits, doubles (34), multi-hit games (47) and total bases (239)ranked second
with 52 extra-base hits and a .534 slugging percentage, 4th in RBI and 5th in home runs
began season with AAA Columbus and hit .333 (36x108) with 8 doubles, 3 triples, 4 home
runs and a club-high 24 RBI in 24 gamesrecalled from Columbus May 3 and made MLB
debut that night at Tampa Baynamed AL Rookie of the Month for September, batting
.381 (40x105) with 22 runs, 9 doubles, 2 triples, 5 home runs and 16 RBIhit .263 (5x19)
in 5 Division Series games vs. the Angels with a team-leading 5 RBI.
2006: Batted .342 (165x482) with 41 doubles, 15 home runs and 78 RBI in 122 games (115
starts at 2B, 4 at DH)earned first Silver Slugger Award and was selected to his first
American League All-Star team (replaced on roster due to injury)ranked 3rd in overall
batting average (.342) and T9th with 41 doubleshis .342 batting average was the 3rd-
highest for a Yankee in second season in Majors (minimum: 400 AB)only Joe DiMaggio
(.346 in 1937) and Don Mattingly (.343 in 1984) posted higher marks in sophomore year
on 15-day disabled list from June 27-Aug. 8 with strained left hamstring (missed 35
games)named A.L. Player of the Month for September, batting .373 (41x110).
2007: Hit .306 (189x617) with 93 runs, 41 doubles, 7 triples, 17 home runs, 97 RBI and 39
walks in 160 gamestied (with Jeter) for 4th in A.L. with 61 multi-hit games, T6th with
160 games played, 7th with a .329 batting average at night and 10th with 189 hits, 301
total bases and 617 at-batsled AL second basemen with 97 RBIbatted .328 (63x192)
against lefties, the 2nd-highest average in the Majors for a left-handed batter against left-
handed pitchinginvolved in 136 double plays, most in Majors by a second baseman
since Clevelands Carlos Baerga in 1992 (138)named AL co-Player of the Week for
period ending July 22 (.500/17x34, 8 R, 2 HR, 9 RBI)named AL co-Player of the Week
for period ending Aug. 5 (.478/11x23, 9 R, 3 HR, 9 RBI).
2008: Hit .271 (162x597) with 35 doubles, 3 triples, 14 home runs and 72 RBI in 159 games
with the Yankees (154 starts at 2B)struck out 65 times, tied with Ichiro for the 4th-
fewest Ks among AL players with at least 600 PAhad 800 total chances, most among
AL second basemenplayed for Estrellas de Oriente in the Dominican Winter League.
2009: Hit .320 (204x637) with 103 runs, a team-high 48 doubles, 2 triples, 25 home runs, 85
RBI in 161 gamesranked 3rd in AL in hits, T3rd in doubles and 4th in total bases (331)
recorded 67 multi-hit games, 2nd-most in Majors behind Ichiros 73collected 203 hits
and 25 home runs as a second baseman, joining Bret Boone (2001) and Alfonso Soriano
(2002) as the third second baseman since Rogers Hornsby retired in 1937 to have 200+
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2010: Hit .319 (200x626) with 103 runs, 41 doubles,
3 triples, 29 home runs and 109 RBI in 160 ELITE SINCE 2009
gamesranked 2nd in the Majors in hitsamong Over the last 8 seasons (since 2009)
AL leaders, ranked 5th in batting, T6th in runs, Robinson has combined to bat .308
7th in RBI and slugging percentage (.534), 9th in (1539x4992) with 762 runs scored, 328
doubles, 18 triples, 216 home runs, 777
on-base percentage (.420) and T9th in doubles RBI and an .875 OPS (.511 SLG, .364
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and home runsled all AL second basemen in OBP) in 1,275 gameshere is a look at
average, runs, hits, doubles, HR, RBI, slugging his statistical rankings during that span:
and on-base percentagereceived his first career
Gold Glove Award, second Silver Slugger Award Category MLB Ranking
Hits.................................... 1st (1,539)
(also 06) and placed third in AL MVP voting
Doubles................................ 1st (328)
named to the Sporting News 2010 All-Star team WAR (Baseball-Reference.com)............. 1st (51.5)
became seventh second baseman to win Gold Runs.....................................3rd (762)
Glove and Silver Slugger in same season, joining Games............................... 1st (1,275)
Dustin Pedroia (2008), Placido Polanco (2007), At-Bats.............................. 1st (4,992)
Bret Boone (2003), Roberto Alomar (1992, 96, RBI........................................ 5th (777)
99-2000), Chuck Knoblauch (1997), Frank White Batting Avg (min. 2,250 PA)............ 4th (.308)
(1986) and Lou Whitaker (1983-85)finished Slugging Pct (min. 2,250 PA)........ 14th (.509)
season with 200 hits, reaching plateau in his final Home Runs......................... 10th (216)
at-bat of seasonbecame first Yankees second OPS (min. 2,250)........................ 14th (.875)
baseman with back-to-back 200 hit seasons, and
first second baseman in the Majors to accomplish
the feat since Clevelands Carlos Baerga in 1992-93 (205 and 200, respectively)led
AL second basemen in fielding percentage (.996), committing just 3 errors in 776 total
chancesestablished a franchise record with 81 consecutive errorless games at second
base from April 23-July 26was elected to start in his first career All-Star Gamenamed
AL April Player of the Monthhit safely in 27 straight April games from April 12, 2009-April
16, 2010, the longest such streak in AL history and one shy of the Major League Modern
Era record held by the New York Giants Dan McGann (28 straight April games from 1903-
06)hit his 100th career home run June 13 vs. Houston off Brian Moehlernamed AL
co-Player of the Week with Tampa Bays Evan Longoria for week ending Aug. 22hit .343
(12x35) with 8 runs, 4 home runs and 6 RBI in postseasonhit all four home runs in the
ALCS, becoming the first Yankee to hit four home runs in a single ALCS and fifth to do so
in a single postseason series (also Reggie Jackson-5 HR in 1977 WS, Hank Bauer-4 HR
in 1958 WS, Lou Gehrig-4 HR in 1928 WS and Babe Ruth-4 HR in 1926 WS).
2011: Hit .302 (188x623) with 104 runs, 46 doubles, 28 home runs and 118 RBI in 159
gamesset career high in RBI, ranking 4th in Majorsdid not go more than two straight
games without a hitwon his third Silver Slugger Award and was named to Sporting
News All-Star teamranked 2nd in Majors with 81 extra-base hits, trailing only Jacoby
Ellsbury (83)started at second base for A.L. in All-Star Gamewon Home Run Derby
with 32 total home runsappeared in his 1,000th Major League game Aug. 1 at Chicago
(AL), tallying 1,197 career hits and appearing in 588 winssince 1950, the only Major
Leaguers to reach those totals through their 1,000th career game were Derek Jeter and
Johnny Peskywas 3-for-5 with 2 doubles, a grand slam and six RBI in the Game 1 win,
matching franchise record for RBI in a postseason gamebecame third Major Leaguer
with 3+ extra-base hits and 6+ RBI in a postseason series opener, joining San Franciscos
Will Clark (1989 NLCS) and Bostons Mo Vaughn (1998 ALDS)following the season
participated in MLB All-Star Series in Taiwan.
2012: Hit .313 (196x627) with 105 runs, 48 doubles, 33 home runs and 94 RBI in 161 games
established a career high in home runsfinished 4th in AL MVP ballotingearned his
fourth career Silver Slugger Award and third straight (also 2006, 10-11)received his
second career Gold Glove Award (also 2010) at 2Bnamed Yankees winner of inaugural
Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Awardled Major League second basemen in
games played (161), hits (196), doubles (48), home runs (33), RBI (94) and batting average
(.313)named to his fourth career All-Star Gamealso served as ALs Home Run Derby
captain (did not homer)recorded 300th career double May 16 at Torontohit safely in a
career-highand 2012 AL-best23 straight games from June 24-July 20A.L. Player of
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2013: Hit .314 (190x605) with 81 runs, 41 doubles, 27 home runs and 107 RBIA.L.s
starting second baseman in All-Star Game at Citi Field, with 5,369,141 votes (HBP, left
with contusion of right quadriceps)5th in MVP voting (150.0)5th Sliver Slugger Award,
his fourth straighteighth straight Opening Day start at second for Yankees2nd-most
consecutive starts by Yankees second baseman (Willie Randolph, 13, 1976-88)344th
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hit May 9 at Colorado, eight years and six days after MLB debut (on 5/3/05), the shortest
span from a players first Major League game to 1,500 hits in club history (Derek Jeter,
8.079)at 30 years, 199 days old, became 5th Yankee to reach 1,500 hits before 31st
birthday, joining Mickey Mantle (1960, 28 years, 305 days), Derek Jeter (2003, 29 years,
51 days), Lou Gehrig (1932, 29 years, 52 days) and Don Mattingly (1991, 30 years, 94
days)200th career home run Aug. 20 (G#1) vs. Torontoplayed for Dominican Republic
in World Baseball Classic, winning WBC Tournament MVP after batting .469 (15x32)set
record for most hits in single WBC tournamentnamed to WBC All-Tournament team.
2014: Hit .314 (187x595) with 77 runs, 37 doubles, 2 triples, 14 home runs, 82 RBIMariners
nominee for Hank Aaron AwardMariners BBWAA MVPfinalist for Rawlings Gold
Glove Awardhad 37 doubles (T7th in AL)had at least one hit in 120 of 157 games,
3rd-most games with hit: J. Altuve (127) and M. Brantley (123)6th in hits (187), on-base
(.382) and batting average (.314), 4th in multi-hit games (56), T7th in doubles (37)led
team and T11th in AL with 12 game-winning RBI6th among A.L. position players with
6.4 WAR - Baseball-Reference.comreached base (via H or BB) in then career-high 31
straight games (27 via hit), April 20-May 24, 3rd-longest by AL player in 2014missed
4 games (May 29-June 1) with left hand contusionfirst time since 2006 to not start in
four straight games800th career run March 31 at LAAelected by fans as AL starting
second baseman5th consecutive All-Star Game starting for AL at second basefirst
AL second baseman to start 5 straight All-Star games since Roberto Alomar (1996-2000).
2015: Hit .287 (179x624) with 82 runs, 34 doubles, 1 triple, 21 home runs and 79 RBI in
156 games2,000th career hit Sept. 23 at Kansas City, 14th player in MLB history with
2,000 hits within first 11 seasons5th-youngest active player (32 years, 336 days) with
2,000 hitshit .330 (109x330) with 52 runs, 15 doubles, 1 triple, 17 home runs, 55 RBI &
a .920 OPS in final 82 games (since July 1)in first 74 games hit .238 (70x294)hit 19 of
21 home runs in final 89 gamesfinished season on 16-game hit streak (Sept. 16-end),
longest to end season in club historyled Mariners with 179 hitsranked 7th in A.L. in
hits (179) & T7th in multi-hit games (51)had 56 extra-base hitsT7th in A.L. with 51
multi-hit games; 7th season with 50+nominee for Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Appeared in postseason in 7 of 12 seasons (11 series)
in 51 postseason games has hit .222 (45x203) with 10 doubles, 3 triples, 8 home runs
and 33 RBIbatted .343 (12x35) with 4 HR in 9 playoff games in 2010 (4 HR in ALCS vs.
Texas, becoming first Yankee to hit 4 HR in single ALCS and 5th to do so in postseason
seriespart of 2009 World Championship squadbases-clearing double in first career
playoff at-bat in 2005 ALDS G#1 at LAAgrand slam and recorded 6 RBI in G#1 of 2011
ALDS vs. Detroit6 RBI tied the Yankees single-game postseason record (4th player).
WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC: Played for Dominican Republic in 2009 and 2013 WBC
WBC Tournament MVP after hitting .469 (15x32) with 4 doubles, 2 home runs and 6 RBI
set record for most hits in single WBC tourneynamed to WBC All-Tournament team.
AWARDS: All-Star (AL): 2006 (DNP), 2010 (starter), 2011 (starter), 2012 (starter), 2013
(starter), 2014 (starter), 2016Home Run Derby: 2011, 2012 (winner), 2013, 2016AL
Gold Glove: 2010, 2012AL Silver Slugger: 2006, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013AL Player of
the Week: Sept. 12-18, 2005 (co), July 16-22, 2007 (co), July 30-Aug. 5, 2007 (co), May 24-
30, 2010, Aug. 16-22, 2010 (co), June 25-July 1, 2012, May 2-8, 2016AL Player of Month:
April 2010AL Rookie of the Month: Sept. 2005MLB.com Rookie of Year: 2005MLB
Futures Game: 2003, 2004Robert Clemente Award Finalist: 2006Hank Aaron Award
Finalist: 2013, 2014World Baseball Classic: 2009, 2013 (MVP & All-Tournament).
CANs CAREER TRANSACTIONS
Signed by New York (AL) as a non-drafted free agent, Jan. 5, 2001.
On the 15-day disabled list June 26-Aug. 8, 2006 with a strained left hamstringincluded
rehab assignment at GCL Yankees and AA Trenton.
Signed by Seattle as a free agent, December 12, 2013.
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CANs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2001 GCL Yankees .230 57 200 37 46 73 14 2 3 34 0 2 3 28 27 11 2 .365 .330
Staten Island .250 2 8 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .250 .250
2002 Greensboro .276 113 474 67 131 211 20 9 14 66 0 1 3 29 78 2 1 .445 .321
Staten Island .276 22 87 11 24 34 5 1 1 15 1 0 0 4 8 6 1 .391 .308
2003 Tampa .276 90 366 50 101 138 16 3 5 50 0 3 4 17 49 1 1 .377 .313
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Trenton .280 46 164 21 46 60 9 1 1 13 2 0 6 9 16 0 0 .366 .341


2004 Trenton .301 74 292 43 88 145 20 8 7 44 0 4 3 24 40 2 4 .497 .356
Columbus .259 61 216 22 56 87 9 2 6 30 3 2 1 18 27 0 1 .403 .316
2005 Columbus .333 24 108 19 36 62 8 3 4 24 0 0 0 6 13 0 0 .574 .368
NEW YORK-AL .297 132 522 78 155 239 34 4 14 62 7 3 3 16 68 1 3 .458 .320
2006 NEW YORK-AL .342 122 482 62 165 253 41 1 15 78 1 5 2 18 54 5 2 .525 .365
GCL Yankees # .400 1 5 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .400 .400
Trenton # .500 3 10 1 5 7 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 .700 .615
2007 NEW YORK-AL .306 160 617 93 189 301 41 7 19 97 1 4 8 39 85 4 5 .488 .353
2008 NEW YORK-AL .271 159 597 70 162 245 35 3 14 72 1 5 5 26 65 2 4 .410 .305
2009 NEW YORK-AL .320 +161 637 103 204 331 48 2 25 85 0 4 3 30 63 5 7 .520 .352
2010 NEW YORK-AL .319 160 626 103 200 334 41 3 29 109 0 5 8 57 77 3 2 .534 .381
2011 NEW YORK-AL .302 159 623 104 188 332 46 7 28 118 0 8 12 38 96 8 2 .533 .349
2012 NEW YORK-AL .313 161 627 105 196 345 48 1 33 94 0 2 7 61 96 3 2 .550 .379
2013 NEW YORK-AL .314 160 605 81 190 312 41 0 27 107 0 5 6 65 85 7 1 .516 .383
2014 SEATTLE .314 157 595 77 187 270 37 2 14 82 0 3 6 61 68 10 3 .454 .382
2015 SEATTLE .287 156 624 82 179 278 34 1 21 79 0 4 3 43 107 2 6 .446 .334
2016 SEATTLE .298 161 655 107 195 349 33 2 39 103 0 5 8 47 100 0 1 .533 .350
Minor Lg Totals .278 493 1930 271 537 821 103 29 41 281 6 12 20 138 261 22 10 .425 .331
Mariners Totals .299 474 1874 266 561 897 104 5 74 264 0 12 17 151 275 12 10 .479 .355
ML Totals .307 1848 7210 1065 2210 3589 479 33 278 1086 10 53 71 501 964 50 38 .498 .355
All-Star * Led League # MLB Rehab Assignment

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2005 NYY vs. LAA .263 5 19 3 5 8 3 0 0 5 0 0 0 2 4 0 1 .421 .333
2006 NYY vs. DET .133 4 15 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .133 .133
2007 NYY vs. CLE .333 4 15 3 5 12 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 .800 .375
2009 NYY vs. MIN .167 3 12 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .167 .167
2010 NYY vs. MIN .333 3 12 3 4 6 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 .333
2011 NYY vs. DET .318 5 22 2 7 15 2 0 2 9 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 .682 .375
2012 NYY vs. BAL .091 5 22 1 2 4 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 .182 .130
DS Totals .231 29 117 13 27 49 8 1 4 23 0 0 0 6 14 0 2 .419 .268

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES


YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2009 NYY vs. LAA .261 6 23 4 6 11 1 2 0 4 0 0 2 4 3 0 0 .478 .414
2010 NYY vs. TEX .348 6 23 5 8 21 1 0 4 5 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 .913 .375
2012 NYY vs. DET .056 4 18 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 .056 .056
LCS Totals .234 16 64 9 15 33 2 2 4 9 0 0 2 5 9 0 0 .516 .310

WORLD SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2009 NYY vs. PHI .136 6 22 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 .136 .130

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2006 AL, Pittsburgh Injured - Did Not Play
2010 AL, LA (AL) .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000
2011 AL, Arizona .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000
2012 AL, Kansas City .500 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 .500
2013 AL, New York (NL) --- 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 --- 1.000
2014 AL, Minnesota .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .000 .000
2016 AL, San Diego --- 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 --- 1.000
ASG Totals .143 6 7 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 .143 .300

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2009 Dom. Republic .231 3 13 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 .231 .286
2013 Dom. Republic .469 8 32 6 15 25 4 0 2 6 0 0 0 3 7 0 0 .781 .514
WBC Totals .400 11 45 8 18 28 4 0 2 6 0 0 0 4 8 0 0 .622 .449

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STEVE CISHEK (31)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 30, turns 31 June 18 BORN: 6-18-86 in Falmouth, MA
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-6 WEIGHT: 217
ML SERVICE: 6 years, 143 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Signed as free agent on Dec. 14, 2015

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PRONUNCIATION: Cishek (SEE-shek)

2016:
Totals Was 4-6 with 25 saves and
a 2.81 ERA (20 ER, 64.0 IP) with 76
CISHEKs CAREER HIGHS
strikeouts in 62 relief appearances. MOST STRIKEOUTS:
Outings Led Mariners relievers in 4 2 times, last: 7/2/11 at TEX
appearances (62) and innings (64.0). LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
Setup After move to set-up role Aug. 6 7/2/11-5/4/12
20, was 2-0 with 1.10 ERA (2 ER, 16.1 LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
IP) with 14 strikeouts in 18 games. 5 2 times, last: 5/13-8/1/16
The D.L. - On 15-day disabled list MOST INNINGS:
with a left hip labrum tear on Aug. 4 3.0 3 times, last: 5/4/12 at SD
(retroactive to Aug. 2)-Aug. 19.
Rehab - Made 2 rehab starts w/Short-A Everett...allowed 2 runs in 1st on 8/17 vs. Tri-City
(1.0,3,2,2,0,2)...L#1 on 8/15 vs. Salem-Keizer (1.0,2,1,1,0,3).
Short Struggle - Was 0-2, going 5-for-7 in save opportunities with a 7.20 ERA (8 ER, 10.0
IP) with 16 strikeouts in 10 relief appearances from July 7-Aug. 1.
Save It Through Aug. 1 (before D.L.), his 25 saves ranked T3rd in A.L. & T9th in Majors.
Flip Posted a 3.74 ERA (14 ER, 33.2 IP) with 45 strikeouts in 32 games with a save situ-
ationin non-save situations, had a 1.78 ERA (6 ER, 30.1 IP) with 31 strikeouts.
Up & Down Was 2-1 with 11 saves in 12 chances with 0.98 ERA (2 ER, 18.1 IP) with
22 strikeouts in first 16 relief outings, converting first 9 save chancesin final 28 games
before DL, was 0-5 with 14 saves in 19 chances with 4.91 ERA (16 ER, 29.1 IP).
Long Ball Allowed a career-high 8 home runs (prev: 4 in 2015) but none after D.L. stint.
No Hits Limited opponents to .190 (44x232) batting average, 10th-best by A.L. reliever.
Climbing His 21 saves during first half, were a personal first-half high (20, 2014).
PERSONAL: Steven R. Cishekhe and wife Marissa have two daughters, Emmie and
Averyattended Carson-Newman College (TN)graduated from Falmouth High School
(MA)hosts The Steve Cishek Winter Whiffleball Classic in offseason with proceeds
benefitting youth in hometown of Falmouth.
CAREER: Enters the season with 120 career saves, including three seasons of 25+ saves
(34 in 2013, 39 in 2014 & 25 in 2016)has made 55+ relief appearances in each of the last
five seasons (68 in 2012, 69 in 2013, 67 in 2014, 59 in 2015 & 62 in 2016).
2007: Pro debut with rookie level Jamestown, going 1-2 with 9 saves, 1.95 ERA (7 ER, 32.1
IP) with 30 strikeouts in 25 relief outingsled club in appearances and was 2nd in ERA.
2008: Was 3-5 with 2 saves, 4.66 ERA (39 ER, 75.1 IP) with 75 strikeouts in 50 relief games.
2009: With High-A Jupiter, was 3-4 with 2 saves and 2.84 ERA (18 ER, 57.0 IP) with 45
strikeouts in 37 gamesposted 1.45 ERA (6 ER, 37.1 IP) in first 24 games; 5.59 ERA in final
13 outingson minor league DL Aug. 13-end of season with right elbow inflammation.
2010: Split season between A Jupiter and AA Jacksonville before being selected to Majors
on Sept. 20with Jupiter, was 0-6 with a 2.83 ERA (11 ER, 35.0 IP) with four saves in 26
gameswith Jacksonville, was 3-1 with 4.31 ERA (15 ER, 31.1 IP) in 22 gamesMLB
debut Sept. 26 at Milwaukee (2.0 ShO IP)appeared in 11 games with Phoenix in AFL.
2011: Was 2-1 with 3 saves and a 2.63 ERA (16 ER, 54.2 IP) in 45 games after recall May 24
with AAA New Orleans, was 1-1 with a 2.35 ERA (6 ER, 23.0 IP) in 15 relief appearances
season debut with Marlins May 28established club record for most consecutive
scoreless innings to start career (16.0), including 4.1 innings in 2010 (previous: Matt Turner,
11.2 in 1993)among N.L. rookie reliever leaders in ERA (2nd), innings (6th), average
against (8th) and strikeouts (T8th)his 9.05 K/9.0 IP was 8th among N.L. rookie relievers
and 6th in club historyrecorded the last inning pitched by Marlins pitcher at Sun Life
Stadiumnamed Rookie of the Year by the South Florida Chapter of the BBWAA.

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CISHEK (continued)
2012: Was 5-2 with 15 saves (19 opps) and a 2.69 ERA (19 ER, 63.2 IP)over his first 24
games, was 4-0 with one save and 1.14 ERA (3 ER, 23.2 IP)had a 3.60 ERA (16 ER, 40.0
IP) with 14 saves (16 opps) June 4-end of seasontossed team-best 16.0 consecutive
scoreless innings June 27-Aug. 11 and was 6-for-6 in save opportunitiesamong N.L.
relievers (min. 40 G), his .185 average against right-handed hitters was 11th-best.
2013: Was 4-6 with 2.33 ERA (18 ER, 69.2 IP) and 34 saves in 69 gamesstarted season
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1-4 with a 4.50 ERA (12 ER, 24.0 IP) in first 24 gamesconverted 29 consecutive save
chances (June 8-end) to set club record (T. Jones, 27 in 2005), the longest active streak
in Majors to end season and one of three streaks of 29+ that season; Craig Kimbrel (37)
& Greg Holland (31)career-best 17.0-inning scoreless streak June 8-July 14with Jose
Fernandez, earned N.L. Co-Player of the Week honors July 22-28 (5-for-5)his 94.4 save
percentage was T1st in MLB (C. Janssen), and 2nd-best in club history (R. Nen, 15-for-
15 in 1994)honored by South Florida Chapter of BBWAA with Marlins Good Guy Award.
2014: Was 4-5 with 39 saves (43 opportunities) and 3.17 ERA (23 ER, 65.1 IP)established
career highs in saves and strikeouts (84)in N.L. was T4th in save percentage (90.7) and
T5th in savesblown save April 25 at Mets, ended club record of 33 straight saves, the
longest in Majors since Craig Kimbrel (37 in 2013)named co-N.L. Player of the Week
for July 21-27 with Mets Jacob deGrom, posting 1.80 ERA (1 ER, 5.0 IP) with five saves,
becoming first closer in club history to record five saves in seven-game road trip and first in
MLB to do so since Addison Reed (6 in seven-game trip) Aug. 15-22, 2013 (STATS LLC)
had save in first game back from trip, his sixth in eight-games, becoming first reliever in
club history to do so (credit: Elias)recorded 30th save of season Aug. 11 vs. St. Louis,
becoming third pitcher in club history with consecutive 30+ save seasons (Juan Carlos
Oviedo, 2010-11 & Robb Nen, 1996-97)recipient of 2014 All Heart Award, presented to
Marlins player who best exemplifies the teams commitment to South Florida community
by making a positive impact on the youth and serving as a role model for others.
2015: Was 2-6 with 4 saves and a 3.58 ERA (22 ER, 55.1 IP) with 48 strikeouts in 59
combined relief outings with Miami and St. Louiswas 1-1 with a 1.75 ERA (7 ER, 36.0 IP)
with 31 strikeouts in final 40 games of the seasonbegan season 1-5 with a 6.98 ERA (15
ER, 19.1 IP) in first 19 games before being sent to AA Jacksonville (June 1-13)traded to St.
Louis on July 24 in exchange for Kyle Barraclough (rhp)his 1.75 ERA from June 14-end of
season was 5th-best in National League amongst relievers (min. 35.0 IP).
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.
CISHEKs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2007 Jamestown 1-2 1.95 25 0 0 0 9 32.1 20 13 7 1 2 19 30 3 0
2008 Greensboro 3-5 4.66 50 0 0 0 2 75.1 69 40 39 8 10 34 75 6 0
2009 Jupiter 3-4 2.84 37 0 0 0 2 57.0 36 23 18 2 9 16 45 6 2
2010 Jupiter 0-6 2.83 26 0 0 0 4 35.0 29 15 11 0 6 19 28 2 0
Jacksonville 3-1 4.31 22 0 0 0 2 31.1 30 16 15 0 5 10 34 6 0
FLORIDA 0-0 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 4.1 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0
2011 New Orleans 1-1 2.35 15 0 0 0 0 23.0 18 7 6 1 2 12 19 2 0
FLORIDA 2-1 2.63 45 0 0 0 3 54.2 45 18 16 1 3 19 55 5 0
2012 MIAMI 5-2 2.69 68 0 0 0 15 63.2 54 26 19 3 6 29 68 1 1
2013 MIAMI 4-6 2.33 69 0 0 0 34 69.2 53 19 18 3 2 22 74 1 0
2014 MIAMI 4-5 3.17 67 0 0 0 39 65.1 58 26 23 3 1 21 84 1 0
2015 MIAMI 2-6 4.50 32 0 0 0 3 32.0 37 19 16 2 0 14 28 0 0
Jacksonville 0-0 0.00 5 0 0 0 2 6.0 5 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0
ST. LOUIS 0-0 2.31 27 0 0 0 1 23.1 18 7 6 2 1 13 20 1 0
2016 SEATTLE 4-6 2.81 62 0 0 0 25 64.0 44 21 20 8 4 21 76 4 0
Everett # 0-1 13.50 2 2 0 0 0 2.0 5 3 3 0 0 0 5 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 11-20 3.40 182 2 0 0 21 262.0 212 117 99 12 34 110 240 25 2
NL Totals 17-20 2.82 311 0 0 0 95 313.0 266 115 98 14 13 119 332 9 1
AL Totals 4-6 2.81 62 0 0 0 25 64.0 44 21 20 8 4 21 76 4 0
ML Totals 21-26 2.82 373 0 0 0 120 377.0 310 136 118 22 17 140 408 13 1

CISHEKs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Florida in the 5th round of the 2007 First-Year Player DraftSigned by
Marlins scout Brian Bridges.
Acquired by St. Louis from Miami in exchange for Kyle Barraclough (rhp) July 24, 2015.
Signed by Seattle as a free agent, Dec. 14, 2015.
On 15-day disabled list Aug. 4 (retro to Aug. 2)-Aug. 19 with a left hip labrum tear
included rehab assignment with Short-A Everett.

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NELSON CRUZ (23)
POSITION: Outfielder/Designated Hitter
AGE: 36, turns 37 July 1
BORN: 7-1-80 in Las Matas de Santa Cruz, Dominican Republic
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 230
ML SERVICE: 9 years, 82 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2018

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ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent on December 4, 2014

2016:
The Totals - Hit .287 (169x589) with CRUZs CAREER HIGHS
96 runs, 27 doubles, 1 triple, 43 home
MOST HITS: 5 7/5/14 vs. BOS (with BAL)
runs, 105 RBI, a .360 OBP & a .555
MOST HOME RUNS:
slugging percentage in 155 games.
2 21 times; last 9/25/16 at MIN
Run Producer - Collected 105 RBI,
MOST RBI:
trailing only his career-high of 108
8 2 times; last 5/25/12 vs. TOR (with TEX)
RBI set in 2014 with Baltimore.
MOST STOLEN BASES:
Designated - Hit 33 home runs as a
3 4/20/10 vs. BOS (with TEX)
designated hitter, 2nd-most in club
LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
history (Edgar Martinez, 37 in 2000).
21 7/21-8/11/2015
All Right vs. Left - Led Majors with
CAREER GRAND SLAMS:
19 home runs vs. leftiesthe 19
9 last: 7/23/16 at TOR
homers vs. lefties are 3rd-most in
single season in club history, trailing
Ken Griffey Jr. (21 in 1998 & 21 in 1996).
Roadie - Led Majors in road home runs (26), 2nd in slugging (.616), 4th in road RBI (62).
Home Run Clip Ranked 4th in Majors in at-bats/home run of 13.70 (589 AB, 43 HR).
In the Clutch Ranked T4th in Majors (also: Miguel Cabrera-DET) with 13 home runs in
the 7th inning or latersince 2014, leads MLB with 42 home runs in 7th or later.
Two Strikes, So What - Ranked T4th in MLB (also: Manny Machado) with 15 2-strike home
runs, trailing Todd Frazier (20), Chris Carter (16) & Mark Trumbo (16).
Multi-Hit Madness - Recorded a career-high 52 multi-hit games (previous: 49, 2015).
Record-Setter - Hit 10 home runs in 19 games against Los Angeles - AL this season, the
most homers vs. any single opponent in a single season in club history.
Prolific Power - Has hit 87 home runs in his first 2 seasons with Seattle (2015: 44 HR
& 2016: 43 HR), a club record for most home runs in a players first 2 seasons ahead of
Richie Sexson (73, 2005: 39 HR & 2006: 34 HR).
100 & 300 - One of 6 players with 100+ home runs and 300+ RBI over last 3 years (2014-
16) Nolan Arenado, Josh Donaldson, Edwin Encarnacion, David Ortiz and Mike Trout.
In With a Boom - Hit 87 home runs in first two seasons with Seattle (44 HR in 2015 & 43
HR in 2016) behind only Ken Griffey Jr. in 1996-97 (105 total HR-49 in 96 & 56 in 97),
1997-98 (112 total - 56 in 97 & 56 in 98) and 1998-99 (104 total - 56 in 98 & 48 in 99).
Milestone Homer Recorded his 250th career home run on May 20 at Cincinnati.
Booming Reached All-Star Break with 23 home runs, 2nd-most in career in first half
(28 HR in 2014 w/BAL)1 of 7 Mariners (done 12 times) to collect 23 or more home runs
before break, joining Ken Griffey Jr. (5x), Alex Rodriguez (2x), Bret Boone, Raul Ibanez,
Jay Buhner and Edgar Martinezthird player in club history with 20+ home runs before
Break in age-35 or older season (also: E.
Martinez, 23 HR, 2000 age-37 season & 2016 HOME RUN LEADERS
R. Ibanez, 24 HR, 2013 age-41 season). Nelson ranked 2nd in the Majors with 43
Hall of Fame Company - Had 7 RBI on home runs last season:
July 23 at Toronto, the 3rd time in career
with 7+ RBI vs. Toronto (also: 8, July 22, Player HR AB/HR
1. Mark Trumbo 47 13.04
2011 & May 25, 2012 w/Texas)joins Hall
2. Nelson Cruz 43 13.70
of Famer Ralph Kiner as only two players 3. Khris Davis 42 13.21
in MLB history to drive in 7+ runs vs. single Brian Dozier 42 14.64
opponent at least three timesKiner did Edwin Encarnacion 42 14.31
so vs. Brooklyn three times (8, June 25, 6. Nolan Arenado 41 15.07
1950 & 7, May 9, 1950 & July 18, 1951). Chris Carter 41 13.39

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CRUZ (continued)
Home Away From Home - Reached base PLAYERS WITH 20+ HR IN
safely via a hit or walk in 25 consecutive
road games, June 23-Aug. 27, hitting .304 EACH SEASON, 2009-2016
(28x92) with 18 runs, 1 double, 10 home Nelson is one of 3 players to hit at least 20
runs, 18 RBI and 11 walksfrom June 23 home runs in each season since 2009262
through end of season, recorded a hit or HR since 2009 ranks as T3rd-most in MLB
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walk in 37 of 39 road games. (HR since 2009 listed in parenthesis):


Destroyed 493-foot homer off Tyler Albert Pujols (272) David Ortiz (252)
Duffey Sept. 24 at Minnesotaaccording Miguel Cabrera (271) Edwin Encarnacion (244)
to Statcast, was 2nd-longest home run of Nelson Cruz (262) Chris Davis (224)
2016, trailing Miamis Giancarlo Stanton Jose Bautista (262) Curtis Granderson (221)
(504 off Chad Bettis on Aug. 6 at Colorado).
PERSONAL: Nelson Ramon Martinez Cruz Jrresides in Las Matas de Santa Cruz,
Dominican Republicmarried to Solanyi Genao and they have a daughter, Giadaalso
has a son, Nelson David.both his parents were school teachersplayed basketball
for the Dominican Republic Junior National Teamwas the recipient of the 2010 Harold
McKinney Good Guy Award by Texas mediastarted the Boomstick Foundation to help
his communities in Seattle, New York and in the Dominican Republic.
CAREER: Originally signed by New York-NL as non-drafted free agent on Feb. 23, 1998
hit 284 career home runs over parts of 12 Major League seasons with Brewers (2005),
Rangers (2006-2013), Orioles (2014) & Mariners4-time American League All-Star (2009,
2013, 2014, 2015)one of 3 players to hit 20 or more HR in each of last 8 seasons (since
2009)career .292 hitter (45x154) with 16 home runs in 41 postseason games.
1998: Made his professional debut with the Mets affiliate in the Dominican Summer League.
1999: Played two Mets affiliates in DSLhit .244 with 1 HR, 32 RBI, 20 steals in 71 games.
2000: With Mets Eastern Division affiliate in DSL led league with 15 HR and 80 RBI in 69 games.
2001: Spent first season in the United States and his first season in the As organization
following August 30, 2000 trade from Metshit a grand slam Aug. 23 vs. AZL Giants.
2002: Led Vancouver (short-season A) in doubles (14) and steals (12), T2nd in hits (59).
2003: With Kane County (A), ranked 4th in Midwest League and As farm system in home
runs (20)recorded pair of 3-homer games: April 14 at Beloit and August 24 at Peoria.
2004: Combined to bat .326 with 26 HR and 100 RBI in 137 games for Oaklands Modesto
(High-A), Midland (AA) and Sacramento (AAA) clubsranked among minor leaguers in
runs (T4th, 109), total bases (5th, 301), and hits (T6th, 175).
2005: Brewers Robin Yount Performance Award for Minor League Player of Yearcombined
to hit .289 (132x456) with 27 HR and 81 RBI with AA Huntsville and AAA NashvilleMLB
debut Sept. 17 at Houstonfirst ML hit Sept. 28 vs. Cincinnati with double in 8th off
Aaron Harangpromoted to Nashville June 29PCL Championship Series MVP (4 HR,
11 RBI)8th-best prospect in Brewers organization by Baseball America.
2006: Spilt season between AAA Nashville (MIL) and Texasacquired by Texas in 6-player
trade with Milwaukee, July 28spent rest of season with Texas, hit .223 in 41 games
first MLB home run July 31 at Minnesota2-HR game Sept. 5 at Oakland, including
inside-the-park HRhit .302 with 20 HR and 73 RBI in 104 games with Nashvilleat time
of trade, T2nd in PCL in HR and T4th in RBIstarted for PCL in Triple-A All-Star Game.
2007: Made first Opening Day rosteroptioned to Oklahoma on June 5recalled on July
27 and hit .276 (45x163) with 6 home runs and 22 RBI in 53 games after recallfinished
2nd in HR (15) with Oklahoma City despite playing in only 44 games.
2008: Pacific Coast League MVP and Texas Tom Grieve Minor League Player of Year with
AAA Oklahomaled minors with .693 slugging pct and was 2nd in home runs (T4th, 37)
DFAd on March 30 at end of spring, cleared waivers, and was outrighted to Triple-A April
3won or shared Rangers Minor League Player of the Month honors in April, June, and
Julynamed PCL All-Staron MiLB DL, August 2-20, with strained right quadselected
by Texas on Aug. 25 and started final 31 games in right fieldhad 1.030 OPS from Aug.
25-end of season, the 2nd-highest in ALplayed for Cibao in DWL, batting .362 with 8
HR and 30 RBI in regular season and .354 with 4 HR and 19 RBI in 23 playoff contests.
2009: In first full MLB season, led Texas in home runs (33) and slugging (.524)tied for
8th in the AL in HRselected to AL All-Star team as an injury replacement for LAAs
Torii Hunterdefeated by Prince Fielder in final round of State Farm All-Star Home Run
Derbyon 15-day DL, August 4-18, with left ankle sprainT4th in AL with 11 OF assists.
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2010: Among A.L. players (400+ PA), ranked 5th in slugging (.576), 6th in batting (.318)
and OPS (.950)missed 51 games during 3 stints on 15-day DL: April 27-May 13 (right
hamstring strain), May 29-June 21 (left hamstring strain) and August 15-29 (left hamstring
strain)2nd player since 1920 to homer in 7+ of his teams first 11 games of season
(also ARIs Luis Gonzalez7 in first 10 gamesin 2001)AL Player of the Week, May 17-
23 (.458/11x24, 5 R, 5 2B, 2 HR, 12 RBI)hit .317 (19x60) and with 13 runs, 7 doubles,

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6 home runs and 11 RBI in playoffs13 XBH were T2nd-most ever in one postseason,
while 7 doubles ranked T3rd-mosthit safely in 15 of first 16 postseason games, with 12-
game hitting streak to begin playoffs, T3rd-longest hit ever to begin a postseason career.
2011: Ranked among AL leaders in slugging (11th, .509) and home runs (T13th, 29)home
run every 16.38 at-bats, 7th-best in leagueon 15-day DL, May 4-22 (strained left quad)
and Aug. 29-Sept. 12 (strained left hamstring)ALCS MVP vs. Detroit, batting .364 (8x22)
with 2 doubles, 6 home runs and 13 RBI; 6 HR and 13 RBI were most in any single playoff
serieshit first postseason walk-off slam in MLB history in 11th of G#2 of ALCS vs.
Detroitalso hit 3-run HR in 11th inning of Game 4 at Detroit, the first ever with multiple
extra-inning HR in a postseason serieshit .200 (5x25) in World Series vs. St. Louis.
2012: Ranked among AL leaders in doubles (4th, 45), extra-base hits (9th, 69), games (T10th,
159)T8th in AL 9 OF assistsplayed for Cibao in DWL (.286/12x42 in 11 games).
2013: AL All-Star, hitting 27 HR in 109 games7th in AL with 5.43 AB/RBI ratio (min. 400
AB)on restricted list Aug. 5-Sept. 29 (50-game suspension-MLB-Joint Drug Prevention
and Treatment Program)reinstated for Wild Card, game #163, Sept. 30 vs. TB.
2014: Led Majors with 40 home runsnamed Orioles MVP by members of Baltimore
mediamade AL All-Star Team for 3rd time, earning first fan-elected start as DH with
over 3-million votesfinished 7th in AL MVP voting (102.0 points)named A.L. Player of
the Week May 26-June 1 (.476/10x21, 5 R, 3 2B, 4 HR, 8 RBI) & Sept. 1-7 (.407/11x27,
6 R, 2B, 3B, 4 HR, 12 RBI)finished 3rd in A.L. in RBI (108), extra-base hits (74) and
total bases (322), 6th in slugging (.525)set then single-season career-highs in plate
appearances (678), runs (87), hits (166), home runs (40), RBI (108), walks (55), extra-base
hits (74), and total bases (322) and tied career-high with 159 games playedestablished
Orioles May record with 13 home runsBaltimore debut March 31 vs. Boston with
eventual game-winning home run in 7th off Jon Lester.
2015: Hit .302 (178x590) with 90 runs, 22 doubles, 1 triple, 44 home runs, 93 RBI, a .369
on-base percentage in 152 gamesamong AL leaders: 2nd in HR (44), 3rd in SLG (.566),
4th in OPS (.936), T11th in multi-hit games (49), T8th in average (.302), T12th in RBI (93),
T10th in XBH (67)T5th in A.L. with 27 go-ahead RBI and T7th with 14 game-winning
RBIled team in runs (90), home runs (44), RBI (93), walks (59), average (.302), on-base
(.369) & slugging (.566)4th player in Mariners history with 40-HR season: Ken Griffey
Jr. (6), Jay Buhner (3), Alex Rodriguez (3)2nd player to record 40-HR season during
Safeco Field era (opened July 1999)voted as starting DH for American League4th
All-Star game selection (2009, 2013-2015) and second start (2014)reached base safely
in career-high 37 straight games July 18-Aug. 27 (previous best: 25 G in 2010)on-base
streak was 3rd-longest in A.L. in 2015 and 6th-longest in Majorsduring streak hit .355
(54x152) with 32 runs, 9 doubles, 18 home runsstreak was 12th-longest in club history,
and longest since Ichiro (43 in 2009)record is 47 by Alvin Davis in 1984)extra-base
hit in 9 straight games July 31-Aug. 9, 2nd-longest streak in club history (Ken Griffey Jr.,
10, July 19-29, 1993)tied Jay Buhner (1996) for club record with 44 home runs by right-
handerranked 3rd in A.L. & 4th in Majors hitting .357 (60x168) with 9 doubles, 1 triple,
14 home runs, 27 RBI vs. lefties; his .673 slugging mark and 14 home runs led A.L. (tied
in HR with Todd Frazier)MLB leading 27 home runs on road, T3rd-most in club history
behind Ken Griffey Jr. (29 in 1997), Alex Rodriguez (28 in 2000) & tied with Jay Buhner
(1997)April AL Player of Monthfirst career POM Award & first Mariners position player
since Ichiro (Aug. 2004)A.L. Player of the Week for April 13-19 (.500, 12x24, 7 R, 6
HR, 10 RBI)200th career home run April 13 at Los Angeles-NLhomered in 5 straight
games July 31-Aug. 45th player in MLB history to homer in 5+ straight twice in same
season: Harmon Killebrew (1970 Twins), Frank Thomas (1994 White Sox), Barry Bonds
(2001 Giants), Chase Utley (2008 Phillies)HR in 5 straight April 11-15 (6 HR), T2nd-
longest streak in club history: Griffey Jr., 8; Cruz, Buhner (2x), Zisk, A. Rodriguez all 5
games10 HR in April were 3rd-most in club history (Ken Griffey Jr. - 13 in 97, 11 in 98).

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CRUZ (continued)
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Appeared in 9 postseason series (2010-12 with TEX, 2014
with BAL)career .292 hitter (45x154) with 10 doubles, 16 home runs and 34 RBI in 41
gamesnamed MVP of 2011 ALCS vs. Detroit (.364/8x22, 2 2B, 6 HR, 13 RBI)played in
World Series in 2010-2011 with Texas8 home runs in 2011 postseason are tied for most
in MLB history in single postseason with Barry Bonds (2002 Giants) and Carlos Beltran
(2004 White Sox)13 RBI in the 2011 ALCS are the most in any postseason series.
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WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC: Played for Dominican Republic in 2009, 2013 & 2017 World
Baseball Classicmember of 2013 WBC championship team with Robinson Can.
AWARDS: AL All-Star: 2009 (DNP), 2013, 2014 (starter), 2015AL Player of the Month: April
2015AL Player of the Week: May 17-23, 2010, May 26-June 1, 2014, Sept. 1-7, 2014,
April 13-19, 2015World Baseball Classic: 2009, 2013.

CRUZs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
1998 DSL Mets .271 30 70 10 19 22 0 0 1 13 0 0 3 7 21 6 0 .314 .363
1999 DSL Mets .200 35 90 7 18 24 4 1 0 11 0 1 1 6 21 6 1 .267 .255
DSL Mets-2 .278 36 115 20 32 41 4 1 1 21 0 2 1 16 27 14 0 .357 .366
2000 DSL Mets .351 69 259 60 91 158 14 4 15 80 4 4 8 33 56 17 4 .610 .434
2001 AZL Athletics .250 23 88 11 22 36 3 1 3 16 1 0 0 4 29 6 3 .409 .283
2002 Vancouver .276 63 214 23 59 85 14 0 4 25 4 1 4 9 58 12 1 .397 .316
2003 Kane County .238 119 470 65 112 202 26 2 20 85 1 6 9 29 128 10 5 .430 .292
2004 Modesto .345 66 261 54 90 152 27 1 11 52 0 1 4 24 73 8 4 .582 .407
Midland .313 67 262 51 82 142 14 2 14 45 0 0 1 26 69 8 3 .542 .377
Sacramento .231 4 13 4 3 7 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 7 0 0 .538 .286
2005 Huntsville .306 68 248 45 76 143 19 0 16 54 0 3 4 31 71 10 3 .577 .388
Nashville .269 60 208 33 56 102 13 0 11 27 0 0 8 30 62 9 4 .490 .382
MILWAUKEE .200 8 5 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .400 .429
2006 Nashville .302 104 371 68 112 196 22 1 20 73 0 4 6 42 100 17 6 .528 .378
TEXAS .223 41 130 15 29 50 3 0 6 22 0 1 0 7 32 1 0 .385 .261
2007 TEXAS .235 96 307 35 72 118 15 2 9 34 1 1 2 21 87 2 4 .384 .287
Oklahoma .352 44 162 32 57 113 9 1 15 45 0 2 2 21 34 1 2 .698 .428
2008 Oklahoma .342 103 383 93 131 266 18 3 37 99 0 4 5 56 87 24 8 .695 .429
AZL Rangers .250 1 4 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 .500 .500
TEXAS .330 31 115 19 38 70 9 1 7 26 0 0 1 17 28 3 1 .609 .421
2009 TEXAS .260 128 462 75 120 242 21 1 33 76 0 2 2 49 118 20 4 .524 .332
Oklahoma City # .000 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 1 0 .000 .091
2010 TEXAS .318 108 399 60 127 230 31 3 22 78 1 6 1 38 81 17 4 .576 .374
Oklahoma City # .211 5 19 1 4 5 1 0 0 4 0 1 0 2 5 0 0 .263 .273
Frisco # .364 3 11 1 4 5 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 .455 .385
2011 TEXAS .263 124 475 64 125 242 28 1 29 87 0 3 2 33 116 9 5 .509 .312
Frisco # .182 3 11 1 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .273 .250
Round Rock # .455 3 11 3 5 14 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1.273 .538
2012 TEXAS .260 159 585 86 152 269 45 0 24 90 0 4 5 48 140 8 4 .460 .319
2012 TEXAS .260 159 585 86 152 269 45 0 24 90 0 4 5 48 140 8 4 .460 .319
2013 TEXAS .266 109 413 49 110 209 18 0 27 76 0 4 4 35 109 5 1 .506 .327
2014 BALTIMORE .271 159 613 87 166 322 32 2 40 108 0 5 5 55 140 4 5 .525 .333
2015 SEATTLE .302 152 590 90 178 334 22 1 44 93 0 1 5 59 164 3 2 .566 .369
2016 SEATTLE .287 155 589 96 169 327 27 1 43 105 0 7 9 62 159 2 0 .555 .360
Minor Lg Totals .298 909 3280 583 976 1718 192 17 172 659 10 30 56 344 855 150 44 .524 .371
AL Totals .275 1262 4678 676 1286 2413 251 12 284 795 2 34 36 424 1174 74 30 .516 .338
NL Totals .200 8 5 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .400 .429
Mariners Totals .294 307 1179 186 347 661 49 2 87 198 0 8 14 121 323 5 2 .561 .365
ML Totals .275 1270 4683 677 1287 2415 252 12 284 795 2 34 36 426 1174 74 30 .516 .338
All-Star # MLB Rehab Assignment * Led League

WILD CARD
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2012 TEX vs. BAL .500 1 4 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 .500

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2010 TEX vs. TB .400 5 20 5 8 19 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 .950 .400
2011 TEX vs. TB .067 4 15 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 .067 .067
2014 BAL vs. DET .500 3 12 4 6 12 0 0 2 5 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1.000 .500
DS Totals .319 12 47 10 15 32 2 0 5 8 0 0 0 0 14 1 0 .681 .319

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LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2010 TEX vs. NYY .350 6 20 6 7 16 3 0 2 5 0 0 0 3 6 0 0 .800 .435
2011 TEX vs. DET .364 6 22 7 8 28 2 0 6 13 0 0 1 2 4 0 1 1.273 .440
2014 BAL vs. KC .250 4 16 1 4 5 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 .313 .333
LCS Totals .328 16 58 14 19 49 6 0 8 20 0 0 1 7 12 0 1 .845 .409

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WORLD SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2010 TEX vs. SF .200 5 20 2 4 9 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 .450 .200
2011 TEX vs. STL .200 7 25 5 5 11 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 5 5 0 0 .440 .333
WS Totals .200 12 45 7 9 20 2 0 3 6 0 0 0 5 10 0 0 .444 .280

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2009 AL, St. Louis Selected - Did Not Play
2013 AL, New York (NL) .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .000 .500
2014 AL, Minnesota .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .000
2015 AL, Cincinnati .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .000
ASG Totals .000 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 .000 .167

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2009 Dom. Republic .273 3 11 2 3 6 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 .545 .385
2013 Dom. Republic .303 8 33 3 10 14 4 0 0 6 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 .424 .324
WBC Totals .295 11 44 5 13 20 4 0 1 7 0 0 0 3 8 0 0 .455 .340

CRUZs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Signed by New York (NL) as a non-drafted free agent, Feb. 17, 2008.
Acquired by Oakland in exchange for Jorge Velandia (inf), Aug. 30, 2000.
Acquired by Milwaukee from Oakland, along with Justin Lehr (rhp) in exchange for Keith
Ginter (INF), Dec. 15, 2004.
Acquired by Texas from Milwaukee, along with Carlos Lee (of) in exchange for Kevin
Mench (of), Laynce Nix (of), Francisco Cordero (rhp) & Julian Cordero (lhp), July 28, 2006.
On 15-day disabled list Aug. 14-19, 2009 with a left ankle sprainincluded rehab
assignment at AAA Oklahoma City.
On 15-day disabled list April 27-May 14, 2010 with a right hamstring strainincluded
rehab assignment at AAA Oklahoma City.
On 15-day disabled list May 29-June 22, 2010 with a left hamstring strainincluded
rehab assignment at AAA Oklahoma City.
On 15-day disabled list Aug. 15-30, 2010 with a left hamstring strainincluded rehab
assignment at AA Frisco.
On 15-day disabled list May 4-23, 2011 with a strained right quadriceps muscle
included rehab assignment at AA Frisco and AAA Round Rock.
On 15-day disabled list Aug. 29-Sept. 13, 2011 with a left hamstring strain.
On MLB Suspended list Aug. 5-Sept. 30, 2013.
Signed by Baltimore as a free agent, Feb. 24, 2014.
Signed by Seattle as a free agent, Dec. 4, 2014.

ALL-TIME POSTSEASON HOME RUNS


Nelson has hit 16 home runs in 41 career playoff games, tied for 9th-most in MLB historyNelsons
8 home runs in 17 games in the 2011 playoffs are tied for the most in any single postseason with
Carlos Beltran (2004 with HOU) and Barry Bonds (2002 with SF):
Rank Player HR G Rank Player HR G
1. Manny Ramirez 29 111 7. David Ortiz 17 82
2. Bernie Williams 22 121 Jim Thome 17 71
3. Derek Jeter 20 158 9. Nelson Cruz 16 41
4. Albert Pujols 19 77 Carlos Beltran 16 55
5. Reggie Jackson 18 77 11. Babe Ruth 15 41
Mickey Mantle 18 65 Jayson Werth 15 58

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ZAC CURTIS (62)
POSITION: Left-handed pitcher
AGE: 24, turns 25 on July 4 BORN: 7-4-92 in Panama City Beach, FL
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 5-9 WEIGHT: 192
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 71 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In trade with Arizona along with Jean Segura (inf) and
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Mitch Haniger (of) in exchange for Taijuan Walker (rhp) and Ketel Marte
(inf) on Nov. 23, 2016
2016:
The Totals - Went 0-1 with a 6.75
ERA (10 ER, 13.1 IP) with 10 strike-
CURTIS CAREER HIGHS
outs and 13 walks in 21 games MOST STRIKEOUTS:
with Arizona. 2 2 times, last: 5/25/16 at PIT w/ARI
Minor Beginnings - Began the LOW-HIT GAME: None
season with advanced-A Visalia, LONGEST WINNING STREAK: None
where he went 1-0 with 2 saves and LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
a 5.23 ERA (6 ER, 10.1 IP) with 22 1 7/29/16-current
strikeouts in 8 games. MOST INNINGS: 1.1 5/5/16 at MIA w/ARI
Debut - Made Major League debut
on April 30 vs. Colorado (0.2 IP)selected from advanced-A Visalia earlier that day (4/30).
Scoreless Streak - Did not allow a run in his first 10 career ML games (8.1 IP), 4/30 - 5/30.
Rocky Road - Allowed 1+ run in 4 straight games, June 1-14 (2.0 IP, 6 R, 4 H, 2 BB, 1 K, 1 HR).
With Mobile - Optioned to AA Mobile on June 15 (postgame 6/14)in 19 games with Mo-
bile, went 0-1 with 4 saves and a 3.20 ERA (7 ER, 19.2 IP) with 30 strikeouts and 6 walks.
Back in the Bigs - Recalled from Mobile on July 6finished the season with Arizona, post-
ing a record of 0-1 with a 12.00 ERA (4 ER, 4.0 IP) with 2 strikeouts and 7 walks in 7 games.
PERSONAL: Zachary Aaron Curtisgraduated from Hendersonville (TN) HSbegan
collegiate career at Volunteer State Community College (TN)earned Volunteer State
Player of the Year honors and First-Team All-Conference honors as freshman in 2011 after
going 4-2 with a 3.80 ERA (18 ER, 42.2 IP) with 54 strikeouts in 7 starts (3 CG & 1 SHO)
after 2 seasons at Volunteer State, transferred to Middle Tennessee State University
went 9-3 with a 1.89 ERA (24 ER, 114.0 IP) with 136 strikeouts and 29 walks in 15 starts (5
CG & 2 SHO) as a senior in 2014his 136 strikeouts ranked 2nd in NCAA D-I baseball
named First-Team All-Conference USA and ABCA Second-Team All-Central Region
selected as a semifinalist for the Gregg Olson Award (college breakout player of the year).
CAREER: Played three minor league seasons in Arizona organization (2014-16)selected
by Arizona in 6th round of 2014 MLB First-Year Player Draftmade his Major League
debut with Arizona on April 30, 2016 vs. Colorado (0.2 IP).
2014: Began his pro career with Short-A Hillsborowent 2-1 with 14 saves and a 1.00 ERA
(3 ER, 27.0 IP) with 42 strikeouts in 24 gamesNorthwest League midseason All-Star.
2015: Went 4-4 with 33 saves and a 1.33 ERA (8 ER, 54.0 IP) with 75 strikeouts in 53 games with
A Kane Countyled full-season A pitchers in savesMidwest League mideason All-Star.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

CURTIS PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2014 Hillsboro 2-1 1.00 24 0 0 0 14 27.0 18 5 3 0 0 12 42 1 0
2015 KaneCounty 4-4 1.33 53 0 0 0 33 54.0 33 9 8 2 1 12 75 5 0
2016 Visalia 1-0 5.23 8 0 0 0 2 10.1 12 8 6 0 1 5 22 3 0
Mobile 0-1 3.20 19 0 0 0 4 19.2 17 7 7 3 0 6 30 0 0
ARIZONA 0-1 6.75 21 0 0 0 0 13.1 13 10 10 2 3 13 10 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 7-6 1.95 104 0 0 0 53 111.0 80 29 24 5 2 35 169 9 0
ML Totals 0-1 6.75 21 0 0 0 0 13.1 13 10 10 2 3 13 10 0 0

CURTIS CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Arizona in the 6th round of the 2014 MLB First-Year Player Draftsigned by
Diamondbacks scout Nate Birtwell.
Acquired by Seattle from Arizona along with Jean Segura (inf) and Mitch Haniger (of) in
exchange for Taijuan Walker (rhp) and Ketel Marte (inf), Nov. 23, 2016.

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EDWIN DIAZ (39)
POSITION: Right-handed pitcher
AGE: 22, turns 23 March 22 BORN: 3-22-94 in Humacao, PR
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 165
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 121 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Mariners 3rd (98th overall) round selection in the 2012

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MLB First-Year Player Draft; signed by Mariners scout Noel Sevilla

2016:
The Totals - Went 0-4 with 18
saves (in 21 opportunities) with a
DIAZs CAREER HIGHS
2.79 ERA (16 ER, 51.2 IP) with 88 MOST STRIKEOUTS:
strikeouts in 49 relief appearances. 5 6/14/16 at TB
Closing Time - Was 0-2 with 18 LOW-HIT GAME: None
saves (in 21 chances) with 3.71 ERA LONGEST WINNING STREAK: None
(11 ER, 26.2 IP) with 39 strikeouts LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
after move to closer role Aug. 1. 4 6/19/16-active
Save It - Went 0-1 with 18 saves MOST INNINGS: 2.2 6/14/16 at TB
with a 4.22 ERA (10 ER, 21.1 IP)
with 33 strikeouts in 21 games when entering in a save situation.
Leading the Way - His 18 saves from Aug. 1 through the end of the regular season led
MLB, ahead of Mark Melancon-WAS (17), Sam Dyson-TEX (16) & Kenley Jansen-LAD (16).
Strikeout Record - His 15.33 strikeout per 9.0 inning rate is the best in club history (min.
50.0 IP), ahead of Danny Farquhar (12.77 in 2013).
The Setup - Went 0-2 with 13 holds and a 1.80 ERA (5 ER, 25.0 IP) with 49 strikeouts in
24 games before moving to closer role (through July 31).
Close the Door - Converted first 11 save opps (8/2-26), and 7 of last 10 to end season.
Punch-Outs - Recorded 88 strikeouts, 3rd-most in club history by a Mariners rookie
reliever behind Enrique Romo (92) and Carson Smith (92), and T8th-most in club history
by a reliever (also: Jeff Nelson, 88 K, 2001).
First Save - Earned his first ML save and struck out 3 on Aug. 2 vs. Boston (1.0 IP, BB, 3 K).
Thats A Record - Recorded his 50th career strikeout in 25.1 IP, the fastest of any pitcher
to make his Major League debut since 1893 (Elias Sports Bureau).
High Rates - Struck out 15.33 batters per 9.0 innings, the 2nd-best rate among relievers
behind New Yorks Dellin Betances (15.53) and 8th-best in MLB historyranks 2nd-best
by a rookie reliever in MLB history, trailing Kenley Jansen-LAD (16.10/96 K, 53.2 IP, 2011).
Yer Out - Struck out 2+ batters in 29 of 49 outings and had at least one in 42 of 49 games.
Mowing Em Down - Recorded 11 straight outs via strikeout June 28-July 6, setting a
club record (previous: 10, Randy Johnson, July 18-24, 1997).
Distance - Season-bests with 5 strikeouts and 2.2 shutout frames June 14 at Tampa Bay.
Call-Up - Selected from AA Jackson June 4MLB debut June 6 vs. Cleveland (1.0 ShO IP, 1 K).
With Jackson - Went 3-3 with 1 save and a 2.21 ERA (10 ER, 40.2 IP) with 54 strikeouts
in 16 games including 6 starts with AA Jackson.
Minor Pen - After move to bullpen May 10, was 1-0 with 1 save and 0.00 ERA (0 ER, 11.2 IP), striking out 16.
Starters - Began season in rotation, was 2-3 with 3.00 ERA (10 ER, 30.0 IP) with 38 in 6 starts.
PERSONAL: Edwin Orlando Diazgraduated from Caguas Military Academy in June, 2012.
CAREER: Spent entire 5-year professional career with the Mariners after being selected in
the 3rd round (98th overall) of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draftis 0-4 with 18 saves
and a 2.79 ERA (16 ER, 51.2 IP) with 88 strikeouts and 15 walks in 49 career games.
2012: Began pro career with AZL Marinersrecorded first career win in relief on June 29 vs.
AZL Mariners (1.0,0,0,0,0,3)participated in the Mariners Instructional League.
2013: Made 13 starts with PulaskiAppalachian League Pitcher of the Yearranked among
league leaders in ERA (1st, 1.43), strikeouts (1st, 79), starts (T1st, 13), innings (2nd, 69.0),
WHIP (1st, 0.91) and opponents average (2nd, .191) and among starters in strikeouts
per 9.0 innings (3rd, 10.30) and fewest baserunners per 9.0 innings (1st, 8.74)opened
season with 19.0 scoreless innings (snapped on July 7 at Princeton)struck out career-
high 10 batters on July 29 vs. Bristol and Aug. 20 at BluefieldAppalachian League
Pitcher of the Week, June 24-30participated in Mariners Instructional League.

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2014: Spent season with Clinton and named by the Mariners as Starting Pitcher of the
Yearlimited opponents to a .226 (96x224) averageallowed 2 earned runs or less in 17
games, including not allowing a run in 6 startstossed first complete game shutout on
Aug. 3 at Burlington in Clintons 1-0 win (9.0,3,0,0,0,5)among starters in the Midwest
League, ranked 4th in strikeouts per 9.0 innings (8.59) and T4th in lowest opponents
batting average (.226)named by Baseball America as the Mariners #6 top prospect.
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2015: Split season between High-A Bakersfield (4/9-5/12) and AA Jackson (5/13-end of
season), going 7-10 with 3.82 ERA (60 ER, 141.1 IP) in 27 startsmember of World Team in
2015 MLB Futures Game (0.2,3,2,2,0,1)named by Seattle Mariners as the organizations
Starting Pitcher of the Year, for 2nd straight seasonled Mariners farmhands with 145
strikeoutsalso finished T3rd with 7 winsamong all minor league players ranked 9th in
strikeouts per 9.0 innings (9.23) and T13th in strikeouts (145)recorded his first AA win
on June 12 at Mobile (7.0,3,1,1,3,5)went 2-0 with a 1.70 ERA (7 ER, 37.0 IP) in 7 starts
with Bakersfield (April 9-May 12)limited opponents to a .167 (21x126) average, while
walking 9 and striking out 42at the time of promotion to AA on May 13, ranked among
the California League pitching leaders in opponent batting average (1st, .167), WHIP (1st,
0.81), ERA (3rd, 1.70), strikeouts (5th, 42) and innings pitched (10th, 37.0)...the Mariners
#2 prospect by Baseball America heading into 2016 season.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

DIAZs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2012 AZL Mariners 2-1 5.21 9 1 0 0 0 19.0 12 13 11 2 5 17 20 0 0
2013 Pulaski 5-2 1.43 13 13 0 0 0 69.0 45 14 11 5 4 18 79 2 0
2014 Clinton 6-8 3.34 24 24 1 1 0 116.0 96 50 43 5 10 42 111 5 2
2015 Bakersfield 2-0 1.70 7 7 0 0 0 37.0 21 7 7 3 4 9 42 2 0
Jackson 5-10 4.57 20 20 0 0 0 104.1 102 56 53 5 7 37 103 2 1
2016 Jackson 3-3 2.21 16 6 0 0 1 40.2 32 13 10 3 2 7 54 2 1
SEATTLE 0-4 2.79 49 0 0 0 18 51.2 45 16 16 5 3 15 88 6 1
Minor Lg Totals 23-24 3.15 89 71 1 1 1 386.0 308 153 135 23 32 130 409 13 4
ML Totals 0-4 2.79 49 0 0 0 18 51.2 45 16 16 5 3 15 88 6 1

BATTING AVG AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP


Career .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000
Last Hit - None Last Home Run - None

DIAZs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Seattle in the 3rd round (98th overall) in the 2012 MLB First-Year Player
draftsigned by Mariners scout Noel Sevilla.

OPPONENT NO-HITTERS VS. MARINERS


There have been three no-hitters thrown against the Mariners, two individual (Dwight
Gooden & Philip Humber), and one combined no-hitter:
Pitcher(s) Date Opp. Score IP H R ER BB SO
Langston & Witt 4/11/90 at CAL 0-1 9.0 0 0 0 4 5
Dwight Gooden 5/14/96 at NYY 0-2 9.0 0 0 0 6 5
Philip Humber* 4/21/12 vs. CWS 0-4 9.0 0 0 0 0 9
* Perfect Game

NAMING THE MARINERS


The nickname Mariners was selected by the ownership of the Seattle franchise after
a Name the Team Contest that resulted in over 15,000 entries and over 600 different
names being submitted.
When the name Mariners was chosen, all the entries suggesting the name were
reviewed for their reasons (in 25 words or less).
The winner was Roger Szmodis of Bellevue, WA. His entry read Ive selected
Mariners because of the natural association between the sea and Seattle and her people,
who have been challenged and rewarded by it.

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JARROD DYSON (1)
POSITION: Outfielder
AGE: 32, turns 33 on Aug. 15 BORN: 8-15-84 in McComb, MS
BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 160
ML SERVICE: 5 years, 88 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In trade from Kansas City in exchange for Nathan Karns

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(rhp) on Jan. 6, 2017
PRONUNCIATION: Jarrod (juh-ROD)
2016:
Totals Hit .278 (83x299) with 46 DYSONs CAREER HIGHS
runs, 14 doubles, 8 triples, 1 home MOST HITS: 3 17 times, last:
run, 25 RBI and 30 stolen bases in 10/1/16 vs. CLE w/KC
107 games with Kansas City. MOST HOME RUNS: 1 7 times, last:
Speed Racer Tallied at least 30 7/18/16 vs. CLE w/KC
stolen bases for the 4th time in the MOST RBI: 4 7/18/16 vs. CLE w/KC
last 5 seasons (2012-16)is one of 5 MOST STOLEN BASES: 3 3 times, last:
players to record 30 or more seasons 4/27/15 at CLE w/KC
in at least 4 of the last 5 seasons. LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
Take Me to Your Leader T2nd in 10 9/2-17/16 w/KC
A.L. (also: Jose Altuve & Mike Trout) CAREER GRAND SLAMS:
in stolen bases with 30. 1 7/18/16 vs. CLE w/KC
For Starters Hit .311 (32x103)
from the leadoff spot, 4th-best in the AL (min. 100 AB).
Drive Em In With runners in scoring position, posted a .311/.411/.525 triple slashhis
.311 (19x61) average with RISP ranked 2nd on the Royals (min. 60 AB with RISP).
Highs Career highs in at-bats (299), hits (83), doubles (14), triples 8), RBI (25) and average (.278).
On a Roll Hit safely in a career-best 10 consecutive games, Sept. 2-17, batting .372
(16x43) with 10 runs, 1 double, 1 triple, 3 RBI and 5 stolen bases.
Speed Kills Stolen base in a career-high 5 straight games (7 steals), Aug. 26-Sept. 2.
Grand Salami Time Hit his first career grand slam home run on July 18 in the 8th inning
off Clevelands Jeff Manshipwent 2-for-3 with 1 run, 1 triple, 1 home run, 4 RBI and 1
walkmarked a career-high with 4 RBIbecame the 2nd Royals player in club history
with a triple and a grand slam in the same game (also: Carlos Beltran: 8/22/01 vs. CWS).
Leaderboard Recorded his 165th career stolen base in the top of the 1st on Aug. 26
at Boston, surpassing Carlos Beltran for the 6th-most steals in Royals franchise history.
DL Stint Began season on 15-day disabled list through April 19 with a right oblique
strainin 7 rehab games with AAA Omaha, hit .318 (7x22) with 7 runs, 1 RBI and 4 steals.
PERSONAL: Jarrod Martel Dysonhas a son, Jarrod Jr.graduated from McComb HS
(MS) in 2004played two seasons at Southwest Mississippi Junior College (2005-06)
in his final season with the Bears, equaled the program record with 7 triples and set a
then-program record with 47 runs.
CAREER: Played parts of 7 Major League seasons, all with the Royals (2010-16), where he
compiled a career average of .260 (355x1365) with 211 runs, 48 doubles, 29 triples, 7
home runs, 101 RBI and 176 stolen bases in 550 career gamesselected by Kansas City
in the 50th round of the 2006 MLB First-Year Player Draft; signed by Royals scout Brian
Rheesmade his Major League debut with Kansas City on Sept. 7, 2010 at Minnesota;
drew a walk and scored a run in his only plate appearance.
2006: Began his professional career with AZL Royals after being selected in the 50th round
of the MLB First-Year Player Draft out of Southwest Mississippi Junior Collegein 51
games, hit .273 (44x161) with 40 runs, 4 doubles, 6 triples, 19 RBI and 19 stolen bases.
2007: In 10 games with A Burlington, hit .270 (10x37) with 6 runs, 1 double and 3 stolen
basesplaced on the bereavement list twice (4/9 & 4/26).
2008: Spent the season with advanced-A Wilmington, where he hit .260 (75x288) with 40
runs, 8 doubles, 24 RBI and 39 stolen bases in 93 gameshit safely in 13 straight games,
July 19-Aug. 10, batting .364 (16x44) with 5 runs, 1 double, 3 RBI and 5 stolen bases.
2009: Started year with A Burlington and hit .343 (23x67) with 14 runs, 2 doubles, 1 triple,
5 RBI and 9 steals in 17 games before promotion to AA Northwest Arkansas where he
appeared in 63 games, batting .258 (64x248) with 38 runs, 7 doubles, 4 triples, 14 RBI
and 37 stolen basesadded to the Royals Major League, 40-man, roster in November.
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2010: Tabbed by Baseball America as
the fastest baserunner in Kansas City ON THE MOVE
organization entering seasonin 6 rehab Since 2012, Jarrod has recorded 156 stolen
games with AZL Royals, hit .520 (13x25) bases, T6th-most in the Majors (also: Ben Re-
with 4 runs, 1 double, 1 triple, 6 RBI and vere) during that time spanhas been suc-
cessful on 84.8% (156x184) of his stolen base
3 stealshit .327 (16x49) with 7 runs, attempts over the last 5 seasons, 2nd-best in the
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6 doubles, 2 triples, 9 RBI and 5 steals Majors over that time:


in 12 games with High-A Wilmington
transferred to AA Northwest Arkansas on Stolen Bases since 2012:
July 15, where he hit .240 (6x25) with 6 1. Dee Gordon.................................. 194
2. Jose Altuve................................... 192
runs, 6 RBI and 3 stolen basesjoined AAA
3. Rajai Davis.................................... 188
Omaha on July 23 and went on to hit .272 4. Billy Hamilton............................... 184
(53x195) with 33 runs, 10 doubles, 1 triple, 5. Starling Marte............................... 160
1 home run, 19 RBI and 13 steals in 46 6. Jarrod Dyson.............................. 156
gamesrecalled by Kansas City on Sept. Ben Revere................................... 156
6appeared in 18 games with Kansas
City, batting .211 (12x57) with 11 runs, 4
doubles, 2 triples, 1 home run, 5 RBI and IN A PINCH
9 stolen basesMLB debut on Sept. 7 at Jarrod has stolen 37 bases as a pinch runner
Minnesota and scored a run after drawing a in his careerthat leads all active players and
ranks 5th-most of any player since 1974:
walk in his only plate appearance.
2011: On Kansas Citys Opening Day roster Stolen Bases as pinch runner since 1974:
for first timein three stints with Kansas 1. Matt Alexander (1974-81)............... 90
City, hit .205 (9x44) with 8 runs, 1 double, 2. Otis Nixon (1983-99)...................... 65
3 RBI and 11 stolen bases in 26 games 3. Miguel Dilone (1974-85)................. 52
scored 2 runs in 8th inning on April 30 vs. 4. Larry Lintz (1974-78)...................... 48
Minnesota, becoming 3rd Royals player in 5. Jarrod Dyson (2010-c).................. 37
club history to score 2 runs in same inning
(also: Bobby Floyd, 9/22/71 at LAA & Joe Simpson, 8/16/83 vs. DET)optioned to AAA
Omaha on May 19hit .279 (89x319) with 69 runs, 10 doubles, 3 triples, 3 home runs, 26
RBI and 38 stolen bases in 83 games with Omaha.
2012: Began season with AAA Omaha and appeared in 7 games before being recalled to
Kansas City on April 13appeared in 2 games before being optioned back to Omaha on
April 15recalled to Kansas City for remainder of the season on April 27in 102 games
with Kansas City, hit .260 (76x292) with 52 runs, 8 doubles, 5 triples, 9 RBI and 30 stolen
basesamong American League leaders, ranked 9th in steals (30)was successful on 30-
of-35 (85.7%) stolen bases attempts, 8th-best in the ALoverall, appeared in 15 games
with Omaha, batting .333 (21x63) with 12 runs, 3 doubles, 3 triples, 5 RBI and 7 steals.
2013: After being named to Kansas Citys Opening Day roster, hit .258 (55x213) with 30
runs, 9 doubles, 4 triples, 2 home runs, 17 RBI and 34 stolen bases in 87 games with the
Royalsranked 7th in AL with 34 stolen bases, including 22 steals after All-Star Break
sustained sprained right ankle on May 15 at Los Angeles-ALplaced on 15-day disabled
list May 17appeared in 15 games on rehab assignment with AAA Omaha, batting .154
(8x52) with 8 runs, 2 doubles, 1 RBI and 5 stolen basesactivated from DL on June 22.
2014: Appeared in 120 games with Kansas City in first full season in Majorshit .269 (70x260)
with 33 runs, 4 doubles, 4 triples, 1 home run, 24 RBI and 36 stolen basescareer-high
36 stolen bases ranked T3rd in AL (also: Rajai Davis)led Majors in stolen bases in 7th
inning or later with 22postseason debut in AL Wild Card Game vs. Oakland; pinch-ran
in 9th inning and scored tying run after stealing 3rd basealso scored the winning run in
the 6th inning of Game 3 of the ALCS vs. Baltimoreoverall, appeared in 13 postseason
games, including 3 starts in center field in the World Series vs. San Francisco.
2015: In 90 games with Kansas City, hit .250 (50x200) with 31 runs, 8 doubles, 6 triples, 2
home runs, 18 RBI and 26 stolen basesset a career-high in triples (6)among American
League leaders, ranked T3rd (also: Billy Burns) in stolen bases with 26appeared in
6 postseason games, including 3 in the World Seriesscored the winning run in the
decisive Game 5 of the World Series after pinch-running for in the 12th inning.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Has played in 19 postseason games in two different seasons
(2014 & 2015), including a World Series championship season with Kansas City in 2015.
AWARDS: None.
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DYSONs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2006 AZL Royals .273 51 161 40 44 60 4 6 0 19 2 3 5 18 30 19 4 .373 .358
2007 Burlington .270 10 37 6 10 11 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 12 3 1 .297 .308
2008 Wilmington .260 93 288 40 75 83 8 0 0 24 8 1 2 32 60 39 9 .288 .337
2009 Burlington .343 17 67 14 23 27 2 1 0 5 2 0 1 5 14 9 4 .403 .397
Northwest Arkansas .258 63 248 38 64 79 7 4 0 14 8 0 0 27 54 37 6 .319 .331

2017 MARINERS
2010 AZL Royals .520 6 25 4 13 16 1 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 .640 .520
Wilmington .327 12 49 7 16 26 6 2 0 9 0 2 0 1 9 5 1 .531 .327
Northwest Arkansas .240 7 25 6 6 6 0 0 0 6 0 1 1 5 2 3 3 .240 .375
Omaha .272 46 195 33 53 68 10 1 1 19 5 2 1 16 32 13 3 .349 .327
KANSAS CITY .211 18 57 11 12 23 4 2 1 5 2 0 0 6 16 9 1 .404 .286
2011 KANSAS CITY .205 26 44 8 9 10 1 0 0 3 1 1 0 7 14 11 1 .227 .308
Omaha .279 83 319 69 89 114 10 3 3 26 12 0 3 35 47 38 2 .357 .356
2012 Omaha .333 15 63 12 21 30 3 3 0 5 4 0 0 4 5 7 1 .476 .373
KANSAS CITY .260 102 292 52 76 94 8 5 0 9 4 3 1 30 56 30 5 .322 .328
2013 KANSAS CITY .258 87 213 30 55 78 9 4 2 17 3 1 1 21 45 34 6 .366 .326
Omaha # .154 15 52 8 8 10 2 0 0 1 1 0 2 3 12 5 0 .192 .228
2014 KANSAS CITY .269 120 260 33 70 85 4 4 1 24 6 2 0 22 52 36 7 .327 .324
2015 KANSAS CITY .250 90 200 31 50 76 8 6 2 18 6 1 4 14 37 26 3 .380 .311
2016 Omaha # .318 7 22 7 7 7 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 4 4 4 0 .318 .464
KANSAS CITY .278 107 299 46 83 116 14 8 1 25 8 1 3 26 39 30 7 .388 .340
Minor Lg Totals .277 425 1551 284 429 537 54 21 4 135 43 9 17 152 284 185 35 .346 .346
ML Totals .260 550 1365 211 355 482 48 29 7 101 30 9 9 126 259 176 30 .353 .325

WILD CARD
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2014 KC vs. OAK - 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 - -

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2014 KC vs. LAA .000 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000
2015 KC vs. HOU .000 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 .000 .000
DS Totals .000 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 .000 .000

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES


YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2014 KC vs. BAL .000 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 .000 .200
2015 KC vs. TOR - 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - -
LCS Totals .000 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 .000 .200

WORLD SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2014 KC vs. SF .200 5 10 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 .200 .273
2015 KC vs. NYM .000 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 .000 .000
WS Totals .154 8 13 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 .154 .214

DYSONs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Kansas City in the 50th round of the 2006 MLB First-Year Player Draft
signed by Royals scout Brian Rhees.
On 15-day disabled list with a right ankle sprain May 17-June 22, 2013included rehab
assignment with AAA Omaha.
On bereavement/family medical emergency list April 18-21, 2014.
On 15-day disabled list with a right oblique strain March 25-April 19included rehab
assignment with AAA Omaha.
Acquired by Seattle from Kansas City in exchange for Nathan Karns (rhp), Jan. 6, 2017.

TRIPLE PLAYS
There have been 20 triple plays involving the Mariners. Seattle has turned 11 triple
plays and also hit into 9 triple playshere are the last ones in club history:
Last Turned: July 26, 2015 vs. Toronto (3-6-2-2)
Last Hit Into: Sept. 2, 2006 at Tampa Bay (2-6-2)

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CASEY FIEN (38)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 33 BORN: 10-21-83 in Santa Rosa, CA
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 212
ML SERVICE: 4 years, 118 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent on Dec. 3, 2016
2017 MARINERS

PRONUNCIATION: Fien (FEEN)

2016:
Totals Combined to go 1-1 with FIENs CAREER HIGHS
a 5.49 ERA (24 ER, 39.1 IP) with 35 MOST STRIKEOUTS:
strikeouts in 39 relief appearances 4 2 times, last: 7/26/13 at SEA (w/MIN)
with Minnesota and Los AngelesNL. LOW-HIT GAME: None
Start - Began the season with Min-
LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
nesota, where he went 1-0 with a
7 7/19/13-4/23/14
7.90 ERA (12 ER, 13.2 IP) with 12
strikeouts and 3 walks in 14 games. LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
New Start - Claimed off waivers from 4 5/7/14-6/18/14
Twins by Los Angeles-NL on May 7. MOST INNINGS:
Under the Sun - Went 0-1 with a 3.0 3 times, last: 7/15/12 vs. OAK
4.21 ERA (12 ER, 25.2 IP) with 23
strikeouts and 7 walks in 25 relief appearances with Los AngelesNL.
Strikes - In 39 games, had 1-or-fewer walks in 38 games30 outings with zero walks.
PERSONAL: Casey Michael Fienhe and his wife, JoAnn have a daughter, Jordan Avery,
and a son, Shane Maddux2002 graduate of John F. Kennedy High School in La Palma,
CAattended William Penn University in Oskaloosa, IA, where he went 6-3, 2.48 ERA in
2003also attended Golden West College in Huntington Beach, CA, where he went 3-2,
2.93 ERA in 2004; and Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo from 2005-06along with a childhood
friend, created a social media polling app called QVO (stands for Question/Vote) in 2012,
with the purpose to collect instant polling data via Twitter, Facebook, email and texting
involved with Cheerful Givers which supports helping children in need.
CAREER: Prior to last season (39), had three consecutive seasons with 60-plus appearances
(73 in 2013, 73 in 2014 and 62 in 2015)enters season with 4.38-to-1 strikeout-to-walk
ratio in his Major League careerhas spent time with Detroit (2006-10), Houston (2011),
Minnesota (2012-16) and Los Angeles-NL (2016) organizations.
2006: Pro debut with A Oneontaeight straight scoreless games July 4-26 (17.0 IP).
2007: Spent season with A West Michiganduring Midwest League playoffs, appeared in
four games with three saves (7.2 ShO IP, 13 K)...led ML relievers with 11.36 K/9.0 IP.
2008: Started season at AA Erieconverted 11 straight save opportunities for Erie May 27-
July 20named to Eastern Leagues Midseason All-Star teampromoted to AAA Toledo
July 28transferred AA Erie August 28, but did not appear before returning to Toledo
August 30...named 11th best prospect in Detroit organization by Baseball America after
season...played for Mesa in AFL, going 2-0, 1.84 ERA (3 ER, 14.2 IP) in 12 games.
2009: Began season at AAA Toledo...contract purchased by Detroit July 25 and made
MLB debut July 26 vs. Chicago-AL (2.1 ShO IP, 2 K)optioned to Toledo August 4...
recalled by Detroit (Sept. 1-end of season)2nd among International League relievers
with 10.24 strikeouts-per-9.0 innings pitched, 3rd with a 1.86 walks-per-9.0 and 4th with
10.55 baserunners-per-9.0-innings...named 27th best prospect in Tigers organization by
Baseball America...appeared in five games for Ponce in Puerto Rican Winter League.
2010: Was in spring camp with Detroit when claimed off waivers by Boston March 1 and then
Toronto March 4released by Blue Jays March 17returned to Detoit as minor league
free agent March 19began season with AAA Toledocontract selected by Detroit June
29 and played one game before being optioned back to Toledo July 3rejoined Tigers
July 20designated for assignment by Detroit July 25 before being outrighted to Toledo
July 28signed a minor league contract with Houston November 12.
2011: Invited to Houston spring trainingstarted season with AAA Oklahomaplaced on
7-day DL with right elbow strain April 30rehab assignment with GCL Astros June 25,
reinstated June 30pitched in 12 games for Oklahoma and was released on August 2.

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FIEN (continued)
2012: Signed by Minnesota as minor league free agent January 3invited to Twins spring
trainingwith AAA Rochester went 2-5, 4.30 ERA (22 ER, 46.0 IP) with nine saves in 12
opportunities in 33 gamescontract selected by Minnesota July 5Twins debut July 8
at Texas (1.0 IP)first MLB win July 20 at Kansas City7th in AL in ERA (2.12) after All-
Star break and 10th in opponent average (.194)28 of 35 appearances were scoreless.
2013: Made Opening Day roster for first time in careerwalked just one batter in a 28-

2017 MARINERS
game span (26.2 IP) May 28-August 3, including 20 straight games (18.2 IP) May 28-July
13allowed two runs in 30-game span (28.1 IP) May 28-August 9had career-high 73
appearances, tied for 7th most in ALled Twins relievers with five wins.
2014: Made Twins Opening Day roster20 of first 22 appearances were scoreless March
31-May 27, posting a 1.71 ERA (4 ER, 21.0 IP)earned three wins in a four-game span
April 13-23first career save June 11 at Toronto (1.1 ShO IP)had 15 holds pre-All-Star
break, T3rd-most in AL and T9th in Majorscareer-high with 73 games and set career-
highs in innings (63.1) and wins (5, tied)posted a walks-per-9.0 innings ratio of 1.42,
seventh best in the AL among relievers3rd in AL in holds (26)T5th in AL in games.
2015: Made Twins Opening Day roster for third straight seasonmade nine appearances
before going on 15-day disabled list April 30 with a right shoulder strainhad rehab with
AAA Rochester May 23-27 before being reinstated May 29third straight season of 60-
plus appearanceshis eight walks tied John Candelarias 1990 club record and the 1.14
BB-per-9.0 IP ratio set a club record for a reliever.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

FIENs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2006 Oneonta 1-1 2.74 20 0 0 0 1 42.2 39 17 13 1 0 8 37 2 0
2007 West Michigan 6-1 3.10 39 0 0 0 6 61.0 55 28 21 4 3 10 77 2 0
2008 Erie 3-3 2.96 40 0 0 0 12 45.2 38 16 15 5 0 12 42 1 0
Toledo 2-0 2.40 12 0 0 0 1 15.0 14 4 4 2 1 4 17 1 0
2009 Toledo 2-1 3.41 42 0 0 0 14 58.0 51 23 22 5 2 15 66 2 1
DETROIT 0-1 7.94 9 0 0 0 0 11.1 13 11 10 2 0 6 9 0 0
2010 Toledo 3-3 2.60 44 0 0 0 8 62.1 54 21 18 8 1 13 44 0 0
DETROIT 0-0 10.12 2 0 0 0 0 2.2 4 3 3 2 0 0 0 0 0
2011 Oklahoma City 2-2 4.81 21 0 0 0 3 24.1 28 15 13 7 0 8 24 0 0
GCL Astros 1-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0
2012 Rochester 2-5 4.30 33 0 0 0 9 46.0 39 23 22 5 0 14 42 1 0
MINNESOTA 2-1 2.06 35 0 0 0 0 35.0 25 9 8 3 1 9 32 0 0
2013 MINNESOTA 5-2 3.92 73 0 0 0 0 62.0 51 28 27 9 0 12 73 2 0
2014 MINNESOTA 5-6 3.98 73 0 0 0 1 63.1 64 29 28 7 0 10 51 2 0
2015 MINNESOTA 4-6 3.55 62 0 0 0 0 63.1 61 26 25 6 0 8 41 0 0
Rochester # 0-0 0.00 3 1 0 0 0 3.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0
2016 MINNESOTA 1-0 7.90 14 0 0 0 0 13.2 21 12 12 5 0 3 12 1 0
Oklahoma City 1-0 4.35 8 0 0 0 1 10.1 11 5 5 1 0 2 13 1 0
LOS ANGELES-NL 0-1 4.21 25 0 0 0 0 25.2 24 12 12 8 0 7 23 0 0
AZL Dodgers # 0-0 0.00 2 2 0 0 0 3.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0
Rancho Cucamonga #
0-0 4.50 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 4 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 23-16 3.21 268 3 0 0 55 375.1 335 153 134 38 7 87 375 10 1
AL Totals 17-16 4.05 268 0 0 0.0 1 251.1 239 118 113 34 1 48 218 5 0
NL Totals 0-1 4.21 25 0 0 0.0 0 25.2 24 12 12 8 0 7 23 0 0
ML Totals 17-17 4.06 293 0 0 0 1 277.0 263 130 125 42 1 55 241 5 0
# MLB Rehab Assignment

FIENs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Detroit in 20th round of 2006 MLB First-Year Player Draft; signed by scout
Tim McWilliam.
Claimed by Boston off waivers on March 1, 2010.
Claimed by Toronto off waivers on March 4, 2010.
Signed by Detroit as minor league free agent on March 20, 2010.
Signed by Houston as a minor league free agent on Nov. 5, 2010.
Signed by Minnesota as a minor league free agent on Jan. 3, 2012.
On 15-day disabled list April 30-May 29, 2015 with a right shoulder strainincluded a
rehab assignment with AAA Rochester.
Claimed by Los Angeles-NL off waivers on May 7, 2016.
On 15-day disabled list July 17-Aug. 15, 2016 with right elbow tendinitisincluded a
rehab assignment with AZL Dodgers and A Rancho Cucamonga.
Signed by Seattle as a free agent on Dec. 3, 2016.

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MIKE FREEMAN (6)
POSITION: Infielder
AGE: 29, turns 30 Aug. 4 BORN: 8-4-1987, Orlando, FL
BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 195
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 38 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Claimed off waivers from Arizona on August 1, 2016
2017 MARINERS

2016:
MLB Totals - Hit .227 (5x22) with 1 FREEMANs CAREER HIGHS
run, 1 double and 1 RBI in 21 games MOST HITS: 2 2 times; last: 10/2/16 vs. OAK
with Seattle (13 G) and Arizona (8 G). MOST HOME RUNS: None
With Seattle - Went 5-for-13 (.385) MOST RBI: 1 8/7/16 vs. LAA
with 1 run, 1 double and 1 RBI in 13 MOST STOLEN BASES: None
games over three stints (8/7-9, 8/25- LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
27 & 9/12-10/2) with Seattle. 2 10/1-2/16
Arrival - Claimed off waivers from Ari- CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None
zona on Aug. 1...recalled from AAA Ta-
coma Aug. 7; made Seattle debut that day vs. Angels.
Debut - MLB debut July 17 with Arizonawent 0-for-9 with 2 walks in 8 games with Arizona.
Big Day - First Major League hit and his first RBI in Mariners debut, Aug. 7 vs. Angels.
AAA Recap - With AAA Reno (Arizona), hit .317 (108x341) with 56 runs, 17 doubles, 6 tri-
ples, 1 home run, 24 RBI, and a .387 on-base mark in 88 gamesin 26 games with AAA Ta-
coma, hit .305 (32x105) with 15 runs, 6 doubles, 3 home runs, 15 RBI, a .378 on-base mark.
PERSONAL: Michael Barrett Freemanresides in Charleston, SC with wife, Caroline
graduated from Edgewater High School in Orlando, FLattended the University of
Georgia and Clemson Universitygraduated from Clemson with a degree in financial
managementnamed to the 2010 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Second-Teamalso
garnered All-Academic ACC honors from 2008-2010played for Brewster in Cape Cod
League in 2008 and received the leagues Citizenship Awarddrafted by San Diego in
41st round of the 2006 MLB First-Year Player Draft and by Arizona in 36th round of the
2009 but did not signselected by Arizona in 11th round of 2010 MLB First-Year Player
Draft; signed by Arizona scout George Swain.
CAREER: Played in 7 professional seasons with Arizona (2010-16) and Seattle
(2016-current)has appeared defensively at 6 positions in the minors (1B, 2B, SS, LF,
CF, RF) and appeared in 5 Major League games at third base in 2016 with Seattle
2010: Made professional debut with Short-A Yakima and hit .333 (63x189) with 9 doubles, 1
home run, 23 RBI and 20 stolen basesamong Northwest League leaders ranked 2nd in
batting average (.333), 4th in on-base percentage (.403) and T4th in steals (20).
2011: Played in 70 games for A South Bend, hitting .261 (67x257) with 15 doubles and 27
RBI before being placed on disabled list with sprained left knee July 2-end of season.
2012: Spent entire season with A Visalia, hitting .309 (166x537) with 24 doubles, 5 triples, 3
home runs, 59 RBI and 30 stolen basesin the California League ranked 1st in hits (166),
1st in games (135) 6th in runs (91), 7th in steals (30) and 11th in batting average (.309).
2013: Entered season ranked by Baseball America as having the Best Strike Zone Discipline
in Arizona systemspent entire season with AA Mobile and hit .247 (112x454) with 20
doubles, 1 home run and 29 stolen basesnamed to Southern League midseason All-
Star Teamin the Southern League ranked T6th in stolen bases and T9th in walks (65)
played with Salt River in the Arizona Fall League, hitting .268 (15x56) with 10 RBI.
2014: Split the season between AA Mobile and AAA Reno, hitting a combined .263 (109x414)
with 6 home runs and 13 stolen basesnamed Southern League Player of the Week for
April 21-27 after hitting .400 (10x25) with 3 home runs, 7 RBI and 1 stolen base.
2015: Combined to hit .314 (128x408) with 80 runs, 24 doubles, 5 triples, 3 home runs, 41 RBI,
35 walks, 10 steals and a .369 on-base percentage with AAA Reno and A Hillsboroon
Renos 7-day DL with a knee injury on June 27T9th in runs (79) in PCLhit .317 (126x398)
with 79 runs, 23 doubles, 5 triples, 3 home runs and 41 RBI in 113 games with Reno.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

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FREEMAN (continued)
FREEMANs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2010 Yakima .333 53 189 39 63 77 9 1 1 23 0 3 0 24 29 20 3 .407 .403
2011 South Bend .261 70 257 35 67 86 15 2 0 27 5 5 2 27 39 16 2 .335 .330
2012 Visalia .309 135 537 91 166 209 24 5 3 59 6 5 2 60 88 30 4 .389 .377
2013 Mobile .247 131 454 61 112 135 20 0 1 40 6 5 6 65 84 29 10 .297 .345

2017 MARINERS
2014 Mobile .214 52 196 27 42 70 7 3 5 16 2 1 2 20 41 7 1 .357 .292
Reno .307 71 218 37 67 95 11 7 1 25 0 2 0 21 25 6 0 .436 .365
2015 Reno .317 113 398 79 126 168 23 5 3 41 1 1 1 34 51 10 0 .422 .371
Hillsboro .200 3 10 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 .300 .273
2016 Reno .317 88 341 56 108 140 17 6 1 24 2 1 2 38 75 11 1 .411 .387
ARIZONA .000 8 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 .000 .182
Tacoma .305 26 105 15 32 47 6 0 3 15 0 1 0 13 19 1 0 .448 .378
Seattle .385 13 13 1 5 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .462 .385
Minor Lg Totals .290 742 2705 441 785 1030 133 29 18 270 22 24 15 303 453 130 21 .381 .362
ML Totals .227 21 22 1 5 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 7 0 0 .273 .292
# MLB Rehab Assignment

FREEMANs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by San Diego in 41st round of 2006 MLB First-Year Player Draft but did not sign.
Selected by Arizona in 36th round of 2009 MLB First-Year Player Draft but did not sign.
Selected by Arizona in 11th round of 2010 MLB First-Year Player Draft; signed by
Arizona scout George Swain.
Claimed off waivers by Seattle from Arizona on August 1, 2016.

LONGEST MARINERS GAMES INNINGS


INN. DATE OPPONENT W/L SCORE TIME
20* 9/3-4/81 at Boston W 8-7 6:01
20* 4/13-14/82 at California L 3-4 6:06
19 8/1/00 vs. Boston W 5-4 5:34
18 9/18/12 vs. Baltimore L 2-4 5:44
18 6/24/04 at Texas L 7-9 5:47
17 5/11/84 at New York W 4-3 5:02
17 7/30/98 vs. Cleveland L 8-9 5:23
16 7/18/14 at LA Angels L 2-3 5:14
16 5/15/78 at Detroit L 2-4 4:30
16 4/11/82 at Oakland (#1) W 6-3 5:18
16 5/5/91 vs. New York W 5-4 5:31
16 9/25/92 at Texas W 4-3 5:08
16 5/4/04 vs. Minnesota W 4-3 4:48
16 6/5/13 vs. Chicago (AL) L 5-7 5:42
*Suspended games

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PAUL FRY (68)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 24, turns 25 July 27 BORN: 7-26-92 in Pontiac, MI
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 205
ML SERVICE: None
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Selected in 17th round of 2013 MLB First-Year Player
2017 MARINERS

Draft; signed by Mariners scout Brian Williams

2016:
MiLB Totals - Went 3-1 and 2.78 ERA (17 ER, 55.0 IP) in 48 games (1 start) with AAA Tacoma.
Shutdown - Limited opponents to .238 (48x202) average, walking 31 and striking out 65.
Limiting Damage - Allowed only 8 extra-base hits all season, including only 1 home run.
Ranked - Finished T15th in the Pacific Coast League with 48 relief appearances.
Strong Run - Went 0-1 with 2.16 ERA (4 ER, 16.2 IP) in 14 appearances, April 17-June 1.
Ks - Struck out at least 1 batter in 35 of 48 games, including 18 multi-strikeout games.
High - Struck out season-high 6 batters in 4.0 innings Sept. 1 vs. Fresno (4.0,0,0,0,2,6,HB).
Strong Finish - Did not allow a run in 19 of final 21 appearances, July 7-Sept. 5, going
2-0 with a 1.08 ERA (3 ER, 25.0 IP); limiting opponents to a .174 (15x86) average, while
walking 14 and striking out 31.
Left & Right - Limited left-handed batters to a .242 (22x91) average, while walking 10 and
striking out 34vs. righties limited opponents to a .234 (26x111) average.
Lone Start - Made 6th career start and only one of the season on Aug. 23 vs. Las Vegas,
a no decision, in 3.0 hitless innings with four strikeouts.
PERSONAL: Paul Raymond Fryresides in Waterford, MIgraduated from Waterford
Kettering (MI) High School in 2010attended St. Clair Community College.
CAREER: Has spent his four pro seasons in the Mariners organization after being drafted in
the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft, appearing almost exclusively as a reliever.
2013: Began pro career with Mariners in the Arizona Leaguerecorded first career win on
June 28 at AZL Reds (3.0,4,1,0,0,2)participated in the Mariners Instructional League.
2014: Made 38 relief appearances with Clintonallowed 1 earned run or less in 35 of 38
games, including 23 straight games, June 25-Aug. 29 (3-3-1, 1.47 ERA)went 3-1 with
a 0.67 ERA (2 ER, 27.0 IP) over final 18 games (7/12-8/29)limited opponents to a .221
(52x235) average, while walking 33 and striking out 77.
2015: Was named the Mariners minor league Relief Pitcher of the Yearwent 4-5 with 9
saves and a 2.03 ERA (18 ER, 80.0 IP) in 50 combined relief appearances with High-A
Bakersfield and AA Jacksonlimited opponents to .230 average (68x296), while striking
out 113with Jackson he was 0-2 with 7 saves and a 1.80 ERA (5 ER, 25.0 IP) in 22 relief
appearances, including allowing only 1 earned run over his final 17.1 innings (0.52 ERA)
among minor leaguers his strikeout rate (12.71 K/9.0 IP) was 3rd-highest (min. 75.0 IP).
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

FRYs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2013 AZL Mariners 2-3 4.50 14 4 0 0 1 34.0 41 22 17 3 2 8 34 2 0
2014 Clinton 4-4 2.73 38 0 0 0 2 66.0 52 23 20 1 1 33 77 9 0
2015 Bakersfield 4-3 2.13 28 1 0 0 2 55.0 46 15 13 0 3 14 70 2 0
Jackson 0-2 1.80 22 0 0 0 7 25.0 22 6 5 0 1 10 43 2 0
2016 Tacoma 3-1 2.78 48 1 0 0 0 55.0 48 23 17 1 4 31 65 3 0
Minor Lg Totals 13-13 2.76 150 6 0 0 12 235.0 209 89 72 5 11 96 289 18 0

FRYs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected in 17th round of 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft; signed by Mariners scout
Brian Williams.

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YOVANI GALLARDO (49)
POSITION: Right-handed pitcher
AGE: 31 BORN: 2-27-86 in Penjamillo, Michoacan, Mexico
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 205
ML SERVICE: 9 Years, 108 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017 with club option for 2018
ACQUIRED: In trade from Baltimore along with cash considerations in

2017 MARINERS
exchange for Seth Smith (of) on Jan. 6, 2017
PRONUNCIATION: Yovani (yoh-VAH-nee) Gallardo (guy-ARE-doh)
2016:
Totals - Went 6-8 with 5.42 ERA
(71 ER, 118.0 IP) with 85 strikeouts
GALLARDOs CAREER HIGHS
in 23 starts with Baltimore. MOST STRIKEOUTS:
Trouble in the First - Posted 8.61 14 7/15/12 vs. PIT w/MIL
ERA (22 ER, 23.0 IP) in first inning LOW-HIT GAME: 2 4/5/11 vs. ATL w/MIL
of his 23 starts, surrendering 29 LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
hits (including seven home runs) 8 7/31-9/18/12 w/MIL
and 18 walks in the first frame. LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
Moving Up - 105th win on June 29 6 8/22/14-4/6/15 w/MIL & TEX
at San Diego, passing Ismael Val- MOST INNINGS: 9.0 4 times;
dez for 3rd-most by Mexican-born last 4/5/11 vs. ATL w/MIL
pitcher in MLB history (enters 2017
with 108)trails Fernando Valenzuela (173) and Esteban Loaiza (126).
Milestone Start - 250th career start on June 24 vs. Tampa Bay, becoming 4th Mexican-
born pitcher to make 250+ career starts (also: F. Valenzuela, 424; E. Loaiza, 333 & I. Valdez,
288)one of 23 active pitchers to make 250 or more starts.
DL Stint - Placed on the 15-day disabled list with right shoulder bicep tendinitis on April
23, his first DL stint since 2013activated from the DL on June 18 after rehab assign-
ments with advanced-A Frederick and AAA Norfolk.
PERSONAL: Yovani Gallardoresides in Fort Worth, TX with wife Patricia, son, Yovani
Jr., daughters, Zayra and Zoeyborn in Penjamillo, Michoacan, Mexico and moved to
Fort Worth, TX at a young agecommitted on baseball scholarship to Texas Christian
University, but signed with Milwaukee after being selected in second round of 2004 First-
Year Player Draftsigned by Brewers scout Jim Stevensonhis favorite sport other than
baseball is soccergraduated from Trimble Tech HS (TX) in 2004compiled a 1.12 ERA
with 117 strikeouts in 50.0 innings during his senior year at Trimble Techstruck out 25 in
an 11.0-inning outing vs. Northside HS (TX) in March 2004joined Brewers Community
Foundation in 2011 to purchase new scoreboards for Milwaukees Baran Parkin 2013,
provided financial support to Stillwaters Cancer Support Services in Waukesha, WI
donated a permanent batting cage facility at Fort Worths Trimble Tech High School.
CAREER: In parts of 10 Major League seasons with Milwaukee (2007-14), Texas (2015)
and Baltimore (2016), has compiled a career record of 108-83 with a 3.79 ERA (670 ERA,
1591.2 IP) with 1432 strikeouts in 270 career games (267 starts)selected by Milwaukee
in 2nd round (46th overall) of 2004 MLB First-Year Player Draft out of Trimble Tech HS
(TX); signed by Brewers scout Jim Stevensonearned win in Major League debut with
Milwaukee on June 18, 2007 vs. San Francisco (W, 6.1 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 3 BB, 4 K, HR)
has homered off 3 All-Star pitchers (Randy Johnson, Matt Cain and Edinson Volquez).
2004: Began career with AZL Brewers0-0 with 0.47 ERA (1 ER, 19.1 IP) with 23 strikeouts
in 6 startstransferred to Short-A Beloit, going 0-1 with a 12.27 ERA (10 ER, 7.1 IP).
2005: In 26 games (18 starts) with A West Virginia, was 8-3 with 2.74 ERA (37 ER, 121.1
IP) with 110 strikeoutshis ERA ranked 5th in South Atlantic Leagueearned only
professional save on April 14 vs. Hagerstownfirst pro win on June 12 vs. Lakewood.
2006: Earned Brewers Minor League Pitcher of the yearwas 11-5 with 1.86 ERA (32 ER,
155.0 IP) with 188 strikeouts in 26 starts with High-A Brevard County and AA Huntsville
led minors in strikeouts (188)began season with Brevard County, going 6-3 with 2.09
ERA (18 ER, 77.2 IP) with 103 strikeouts in 13 startspromoted to Huntsville in late June
and went 5-2 with 1.63 ERA (14 ER, 77.1 IP) with 85 strikeouts in 13 startsselected by
Baseball America as a First-Team Minor League All-Star and AA All-StarFlorida State
League All-Starappeared in 2006 All-Star Futures Game (1.0 IP, 1 H, 1 BB).

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2007: Opened year at AAA Nashville, where he went 8-3 with 2.90 ERA (25 ER, 77.2 IP) with
110 strikeouts in 13 startsstruck out 10+ in 5 of 13 startsselected by Milwaukee on
June 14at time of selection, led minors in strikeouts (110) and led Pacific Coast League
in wins (8)made 17 starts in Milwaukee and 20 appearances overallwent 9-5 with
3.67 ERA (45 ER, 110.1 IP) with 101 strikeouts in 20 games with Milwaukeeearned win
in Major League debut on June 18 vs. San Francisco (6.1 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 3 BB, 4 K)became
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5th Brewers pitcher in club history to record a hit in first Major League at-bat (RBI double
off Noah Lowry)Brewers pitcher of the month for July (2-1, 2.67 ERA/8 ER, 27.0 IP) and
September (3-1, 1.36 ERA/5 ER, 33.0 IP)had 21.0 consecutive scoreless innings, Sept.
5-17hit first Major League home run off of Doug Davis on Aug. 20 at Arizona.
2008: Underwent arthroscopic surgery on Feb. 19 to repair torn lateral meniscus in his
left knee and opened season on 15-day disabled listmade 3 rehab starts with AAA
Nashville, going 0-1 with 5.17 ERA (9 ER, 15.2 IP) with 18 strikeoutsactivated from 15-
day DL on April 20in 4 starts with Milwaukee, posted 1.88 ERA (5 ER, 24.0 IP) with 20
strikeoutsin 3rd start after being activated on May 1 at Chicago-NL, sustained torn ACL
in right knee on play at 1st baseplaced on 15-day disabled list May 2 and underwent
surgery on May 13activated from DL on Sept. 23no-decision in final regular season
start of season, Sept. 25 vs. Pittsburgh (4.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 7 K, HR)postseason
debut in the NLDS vs. Philadelphiaappeared in 2 games, going 0-1 with a 0.00 ERA (0
ER, 7.0 IP) with 4 strikeoutstook loss in game 1 at Philadelphia.
2009: First full Major League season, went 13-12 with 3.73 ERA (77 ER, 185.2 IP) with 204
strikeouts in 30 startsvoted Brewers Most Valuable Pitcher of the Year by Milwaukee
Chapter of BBWAAamong NL leaders, ranked 3rd in opponents average (.219) and 5th
in strikeouts (204)led club in strikeouts and ERA (3.73), was 2nd in wins (13) and innings
(185.2) and T2nd in starts (30)named Brewers Pitcher of the Month for April (3-1 with
2.86 ERA/11 ER, 34.2 IP in 5 starts)first pitcher to hit a home run off of Randy Johnson,
a three-run home run on April 8 at San Franciscoon April 29 vs. Pittsburgh, became
3rd pitcher in MLB history to hit home run and record 10+ strikeouts while winning 1-0
decision (Red Ruffing and Early Wynn)shut down as precaution after Sept. 20 start.
2010: National League All-Star but replaced due to injurywas 14-7 with 3.84 ERA (79 ER,
185.0 IP) with 200 strikeouts in 31 starts with Milwaukeenamed Brewers Most Valuable
Pitcher by Milwaukee Chapter of BBWAA9th in NL in strikeouts (200)led club in wins
(14) and strikeouts (200), 2nd in innings (185.0) and T2nd in starts (31)N.L. Silver Slugger
Award after leading NL pitchers with 4 home runs and 10 RBItossed pair of complete-
game shutouts (5/28 vs. NYM & 6/24 vs. MIN)tallied 10+ strikeouts in 7 games, the most
in careerwent 8-4 with 2.58 ERA (32 ER,
111.2 IP) in 18 starts before being placed Steady Starter
on 15-day disabled list with left oblique Yovani has made 246 starts since the
strain on July 6activated from DL on July beginning of the 2009 season, T8th-most
21 and went 6-3 with 5.77 ERA (47 ER, (also: Zack Greinke) during that time span
73.1 IP) in final 13 outings of the season. since 2009, he also ranks 16th in wins (99)
and innings pitched (1457.1).
2011: Finished 7th in National League Cy Game Started:
Young Award voting after going 17-10 4. Felix Hernandez.......................... 255
with 3.52 ERA (81 ER, 207.1 IP) with 207 Justin Verlander............................ 255
strikeouts in 33 startsamong NL leaders, 6. Cole Hamels................................. 254
ranked T4th in wins (17) and starts (33) 7. David Price................................... 247
and 5th in strikeouts (207)career-highs 8. Yovani Gallardo........................... 246
in wins (17), innings (207.1), strikeouts Wins:
(207)led club in wins (17), ERA (3.52) and 12. Johnny Cueto............................... 105
strikeouts (207) while also ranking T1st 13. Gio Gonzalez................................ 101
in starts (33) and 2nd in innings pitched James Shields.............................. 101
(207.1)Brewers Pitcher of the Month for 15. Madison Bumgarner..................... 100
May (5-1 with 2.25 ERA/10 ER, 40.0 IP in 16. Yovani Gallardo............................. 99
6 starts)tossed 7 no-hit innings on May Innings Pitched:
7 at St. Louis before Daniel Descalso led 12. R.A. Dickey.............................. 1505.1
off 8th with a singlewent 1-1 with 2.84 13. Rick Porcello........................... 1468.1
ERA (6 ER, 19.0 IP) in 3 postseason starts 14. Johnny Cueto.......................... 1466.0
(NLDS Game 1 & Game 5 vs. Arizona; 15. Ervin Santana.......................... 1465.1
NLCS Game 3 vs. St. Louis). 16. Yovani Gallardo...................... 1457.1

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2012: Made 33 starts and went 16-9 with
a 3.66 ERA (83 ER, 204.0 IP) with 204 Mexican-Born Leaderboard
strikeouts3rd career Brewers Most Among Mexican-born pitchers all-time in
Valuable Pitcher Award from Milwaukee Major League history, Yovani ranks 2nd in
Chapter of BBWAAhis 25 quality starts ERA (3.79/670 ER, 1591.2 IP) and strikeouts
were T2nd in N.L. (also: Clayton Kershaw- (1432), 3rd in wins (108) and 4th in starts

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LAD)among NL leaders, was 4th in walks (267) and innings pitched (1591.2)is one of
(81), 6th in strikeouts (204) and T6th in wins four Mexican-born pitchers to record at least
1,500 innings pitched.
(16)career-best 8-game win steak over
ERA:
11 starts, July 31-Sept. 18during streak,
1. Fernando Valenzuela................... 3.54
went 8-0 with 2.69 ERA (20 ER, 67.0 IP) 2. Yovani Gallardo.......................... 3.79
with 66 strikeouts in 10 startscareer-high 3. Ismael Valdez.............................. 4.09
14 strikeouts, July 15 vs. Pittsburgh. 4. Esteban Loaiza............................ 4.65
2013: In 31 starts was 12-10 with 4.18 ERA Strikeouts:
(84 ER, 180.2 IP) with 144 strikeoutsled 1. Fernando Valenzuela................. 2,074
club in wins (12) and strikeouts (144) while 2. Yovani Gallardo........................ 1,432
3rd in starts (31) and innings (180.2)was 3. Oliver Perez............................... 1,397
8-9 with 4.91 ERA (70 ER, 128.1 IP) in first 4. Esteban Loaiza.......................... 1,382
23 starts before being placed on disabled 5. Jorge De La Rosa...................... 1,181
list with strained left hamstring on July Wins:
31activated from 15-day DL on Aug. 16 1. Fernando Valenzuela.................... 173
and went 4-1 with 2.41 ERA (14 ER, 52.1 2. Esteban Loaiza............................. 126
IP) in his final eight starts1,000th career 3. Yovani Gallardo........................... 108
strikeout on June 10 at Miamirepresented 4. Ismael Valdez............................... 104
Mexico in WBC; earned win in only start 5. Jorge De La Rosa......................... 101
March 8 vs. USA (3.1 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 BB, 4 K). Starts:
2014: Went 8-11 with 3.51 ERA (75 ER, 192.1 1. Fernando Valenzuela.................... 424
IP) with 146 strikeouts in 32 startsled 2. Esteban Loaiza............................. 333
Milwaukee in ERA (3.51) while ranking 3. Ismael Valdez............................... 288
4. Yovani Gallardo........................... 267
T1st in starts (32), 2nd in strikeouts (146),
5. Jorge De La Rosa......................... 241
T3rd in wins (8) and 3rd in innings (192.1)
Innings Pitched:
and quality starts (20)recorded 1,207th 1. Fernando Valenzuela............... 2930.0
career strikeout, passing Ben Sheets for 2. Esteban Loaiza........................ 2099.0
most strikeouts in club history on Sept. 3. Ismael Valdez.......................... 1827.1
8 vs. Miamihad 5th-lowest run support 4. Yovani Gallardo...................... 1591.2
average in NL (3.28)his 2.70 road ERA 5. Jorge De La Rosa.................... 1415.1
ranked 5th-best in the NLfirst Opening
Day victory of career on March 31 vs.
Atlantawent 2-0 with 1.91 ERA (8 ER, 37.2 IP) with 25 strikeouts in 6 starts in March/
Aprilworked at least 6.0 innings in 22 of his 32 starts, his 5th career season of at least
20 such gameswas the victim of 6 blown saves, 2nd-most on the club (Kyle Loshe, 7).
2015: Went 13-11 with 3.42 ERA (70 ER, 184.1 IP) while striking out 121 with Texas
acquired by Texas along with cash considerations in exchange for Luis Sardias (inf),
Corey Knebel (rhp) and Marcos Diplan (rhp) on Jan. 197th consecutive season of 30+
startsrecorded double-digit wins for 6th time since 2009career-best 3.42 ERA (70 ER,
184.1 IP), 11th-best in American Leagueled Texas in ERA (3.42) while also ranking T1st
in starts (33), 2nd in wins (13), innings (184.1) and strikeous (121)over 8 outings from
May 24-July 2, posted 7 quality starts and a record of 4-0 with a 0.88 ERA (5 ER, 51.1 IP)
with 38 strikeoutsdid not surrender a run over 4 consecutive starts (26.1 IP) from June
15-July 2worked a season-high 8.1 scoreless innings on June 27 at Torontowent 3-0
with a 1.03 ERA (4 ER, 35.0 IP) in 6 starts against the AL Central.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Has appeared in 6 postseason games, including 5 starts, in
3 different seasons with the Brewers (2008 & 2011) and Rangers (2015).
WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC: Played for Mexico in the 2013 World Baseball Classic
made his only start of the WBC on March 8 vs. United Statesearned the win, allowing
1 run on 2 hits with 4 strikeouts and 1 walk over 3.1 innings pitched.
AWARDS: NL All-Star: 2010NL Silver Slugger (Pitchers): 2010Brewers Most Valuable
Pitcher Award by Milwaukee Chapter of BBWAA: 2009, 2010 & 2012Brewers Minor
League Pitcher of the Year: 2006Florida State League All-Star: 2006.
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GALLARDOs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2004 AZL Brewers 0-0 0.47 6 6 0 0 0 19.1 14 3 1 0 1 4 23 2 0
Beloit 0-1 12.27 2 2 0 0 0 7.1 12 10 10 2 0 4 8 3 0
2005 West Virginia 8-3 2.74 26 18 0 0 1 121.1 100 46 37 5 8 51 110 8 0
2006 Brevard County 6-3 2.09 13 13 0 0 0 77.2 54 24 18 4 4 23 103 4 0
Huntsville 5-2 1.63 13 13 0 0 0 77.1 50 18 14 2 1 28 85 2 0
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2007 Nashville 8-3 2.90 13 13 0 0 0 77.2 53 26 25 4 2 28 110 4 0


MILWAUKEE 9-5 3.67 20 17 0 0 0 110.1 103 48 45 8 2 37 101 3 0
2008 Nashville 0-1 5.17 3 3 1 0 0 15.2 20 9 9 2 0 5 18 0 0
MILWAUKEE 0-0 1.88 4 4 0 0 0 24.0 22 5 5 3 0 8 20 0 0
2009 MILWAUKEE 13-12 3.73 30 30 1 0 0 185.2 150 78 77 21 5 94 204 9 0
2010 MILWAUKEE 14-7 3.84 31 31 2 2 0 185.0 178 89 79 12 3 75 200 7 1
2011 MILWAUKEE 17-10 3.52 33 33 1 1 0 207.1 193 92 81 27 1 59 207 12 0
2012 MILWAUKEE 16-9 3.66 33 33 0 0 0 204.0 185 86 83 26 0 81 204 5 0
2013 MILWAUKEE 12-10 4.18 31 31 0 0 0 180.2 180 92 84 18 3 66 144 5 0
2014 MILWAUKEE 8-11 3.51 32 32 0 0 0 192.1 195 86 75 21 4 54 146 8 0
2015 TEXAS 13-11 3.42 33 33 0 0 0 184.1 193 76 70 15 1 68 121 10 0
2016 BALTIMORE 6-8 5.42 23 23 0 0 0 118.0 126 74 71 16 1 61 85 6 0
Frederick # 0-0 9.00 1 1 0 0 0 3.0 7 3 3 0 0 2 4 1 0
Norfolk # 1-0 3.60 2 2 0 0 0 10.0 5 4 4 2 0 4 10 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 28-13 2.66 79 71 1 0 1 409.1 315 143 121 21 16 149 471 24 0
AL Totals 19-19 4.20 56 56 0 0 0 302.1 319 150 141 31 2 129 206 16 0
NL Totals 89-64 3.69 214 211 4 3 0 1289.1 1206 576 529 136 18 474 1226 49 1
ML Totals 108-83 3.79 270 267 4 3 0 1591.2 1525 726 670 167 20 603 1432 65 1

BATTING AVG AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP


Career .200 424 37 85 142 21 0 12 42 36 1 2 13 149 0 0 .335 .227
Last Hit - 6/29/16 at SD w/BAL Last Home Run - 4/29/13 vs. PIT w/MIL

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2008 MIL vs. PHI 0-1 0.00 2 1 0 0 0 7.0 4 3 0 0 0 5 4 0 0
2011 MIL vs. ARI 1-0 1.29 2 2 0 0 0 14.0 10 2 2 2 0 3 14 1 0
2015 TEX vs. TOR 1-0 3.60 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 4 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0
DS Totals 2-1 1.38 5 4 0 0 0 26.0 18 7 4 2 0 9 19 1 0

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES


YEAR
CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2011
MIL vs. STL 0-1 7.20 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 8 4 4 0 0 5 2 3 0

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC


YEAR
CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2013
Mexico 1-0 2.70 1 1 0 0 0 3.1 2 1 1 0 0 1 4 0 0

GALLARDOs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Milwaukee in the 2nd round (46th overall) of the 2004 MLB First-Year Player
Draftsigned by Brewers scout Jim Stevenson.
On 15-day disabled list March 21-April 19, 2008 with a torn lateral meniscus in left knee
included rehab assignment with AAA Nashville.
On 15-day disabled list May 2-Sept. 22, 2008 with a torn ACL in right knee.
On 15-day disabled list July 6-21, 2010 with a left oblique strain.
On 15-day disabled list July 31-Aug. 16, 2013 with a strained left hamstring.
Acquired by Texas from Milwaukee along with cash considerations in exchange for Luis
Sardias (inf), Corey Knebel (rhp) and Marcos Diplan (rhp), Jan. 19, 2015.
Signed by Baltimore as a free agent through 2017 with a club option for 2018.
On 15-day disabled list April 23-June 18, 2016 with right shoulder bicep tendinitis
included rehab assignments with High-A Frederick and AAA Norfolk.
Acquired by Seattle from Baltimore along with cash considerations in exchange for Seth
Smith (of) on Jan. 6, 2017.

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BEN GAMEL (16)
POSITION: Outfielder
AGE: 24, turns 25 May 17 BORN: 5-17-1992, Neptune Beach, FL
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 511 WEIGHT: 187
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 42 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017.
ACQUIRED: Acquired by Seattle from New York (AL) in exchange for

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Jio Orozco (rhp) and Juan De Paula (rhp) on Aug. 31, 2016
PRONUNCIATION: Gamel (GAM-uhl)
2016:
MLB Totals - Hit .188 (9x48) with 9 GAMELs CAREER HIGHS
runs, 2 doubles, 1 home run and 5 RBI MOST HITS: 2 2 times; last: 10/1/16 vs. OAK
in 33 games with Seattle (27 G) and MOST HOME RUNS: 1 9/12/16 at LAA
New York - AL (6 G). MOST RBI: 2 9/12/16 at LAA
With Seattle - In 27 games with the MOST STOLEN BASES: None
Mariners, hit .200 (8x40) with 8 runs, 2 LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
doubles, 1 home run and 5 RBI. 2 10/1-2/16
Welcome - First MLB RBI in Mariners CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None
debut, Sept. 2 vs. Los Angeles-AL.
Thats #1 - First Major League home
run on Sept. 12 at Los Angeles - AL in top of 8th inning.
Score! - When reaching base via a hit or a walk (9 hits, 6 walks), scored 9 runs.
Trade - Acquired from New York-AL on Aug. 31 for RHP Jio Orozco, RHP Juan De Paula.
IL MVP - International League MVP after batting .308 (149x483) with 26 doubles, 6 home
runs, 51 RBI and 19 stolen bases in 116 games with AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (NYY).
With Scranton/Wilkes-Barre - Hit .308 (149x483) with 80 runs, 26 doubles, 5 triples, 6
home runs, 51 RBI, 19 stolen bases, a .365 on-base mark and a .420 slugging percentage
in 116 games with AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (New York - AL).
Yankees Review - Made his MLB debut on May 6 vs. Boston with New Yorkin 6 games
with the Yankees, hit .125 (1x8) with 1 run, 1 walk and 1 strikeout.
PERSONAL: Benjamin Joseph Gamelgraduate of Bishop Kenny High School (FL)
drafted by New York-AL in the 10th round of the 2010 MLB First-Year Player Draftwas
committed to play at Florida State University, prior to signing with New York-AL.
CAREER: Made his Major League debut with New York-AL in 2016 after spending his
entire minor league career with New York-AL (2010-2016)has played all three outfield
positions during his minor league career, primarily left and center field.
2010: Pro debut with GCL Yankees, batting .280 (7x25) with 3 runs and 1 double in 7 games.
2011: Spent entire season with A Staten Island, hitting .289 (55x190) with 19 doubles and 2
home runs in 55 gamesnamed to New York-Penn Leagues Mid-Season All-Star team.
2012: Spent season with A Charleston, batting .306 (136x444) with 56 runs, 23 doubles, 5
triples, 2 home runs and 61 RBI in 110 gamesled club in hits, RBI and total bases (175).
2013: Split season between A Tampa and AA Trenton, hitting a combined .261 (115x431)
with 55 runs, 32 doubles, 4 triples, 4 home runs and 54 RBI in 112 gamesranked 5th
among Yankees minor leaguers in stolen bases (22x27, 81.5%)began season with A
Tampaled Tampa in triples (40) and stolen bases (21), T1st in doubles (28)promoted
to AA Trenton on Aug. 15helped Trenton win Eastern League Championship by hitting
.533 (8x15) with 3 RBI during the playoffshit a walk-off single in the bottom of the 10th
inning of Trentons 6-5 win over Binghamton in G1 of the Eastern League Division Series
on Sept. 4following the season was named by MiLB.com as an Organization All-Star.
2014: Spent season with AA Trenton, batting .261 (142x544) with 58 runs, 31 doubles, 3
triples, 2 home runs and 51 RBI in 131 gamesled team in hits (142), doubles (31) and
total bases (185)Eastern League Mid-Season All-Starled IL in at-bats, T3rd in hits.
2015: Hit .300 (150x200) and set career highs in runs (77), triples (14), home runs (10) and
RBI (64) in 129 games with AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barreled International League in
triples and outfield assists (13), 2nd in slugging (.472) and total bases (236), T2nd in runs,
3rd in hits (150) and OPS (.830) and T3rd in extra-base hits (52)named the International
League Rookie of the Year and an International League Postseason All-Starplayed for
Leones del Caracas of Venezuelan Winter League, batting .253 (22x87) with 4 doubles, 3
home runs and 15 RBI in 25 games.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.
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GAMELs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2010 GCL Yankees .280 7 25 3 7 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 8 1 2 .320 .357
2011 Staten Island .289 55 190 20 55 82 19 1 2 30 0 3 3 24 50 7 2 .432 .373
2012 Charles .306 110 444 56 136 175 23 5 2 61 0 5 4 23 71 19 10 .394 .342
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2013 Tampa .272 96 364 50 99 144 28 4 3 49 3 7 1 48 77 21 5 .396 .352


Trenton .239 16 67 5 16 23 4 0 1 5 1 0 0 4 18 1 0 .343 .282
2014 Trenton .261 131 544 58 142 185 31 3 2 51 1 3 2 36 88 13 5 .340 .308
2015 Scranton/W-B .300 129 500 77 150 236 28 14 10 64 1 3 1 46 108 13 5 .472 .358
2016 Scranton/W-B .308 116 483 80 149 203 26 5 6 51 1 4 2 43 94 19 8 .420 .365
NEW YORK-AL .125 6 8 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 .125 .222
SEATTLE .200 27 40 8 8 13 2 0 1 5 2 0 0 5 15 0 0 .325 .289
Minor Lg Totals .288 660 2617 349 754 1056 160 32 26 311 7 25 13 227 514 94 37 .404 .345
ML Totals .188 33 48 9 9 14 2 0 1 5 3 0 0 6 16 0 0 .292 .278
# MLB Rehab Assignment

GAMELs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by New York-AL in the 10th round of the 2010 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
Acquired by Seattle from New York-AL in exchange for Jio Orozco (rhp) and Juan De
Paula (rhp).

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Players born or raised in the state of Washington (36)
PLAYER YEARS WASHINGTON STATE TIE
Jamie Allen 1983 Born in Yakima/Davis (Yakima) HS
Larry Andersen 1981-82 Raised in Bellevue/Interlake HS/Bellevue CC
Floyd Bannister 1979-82 Raised in Seattle/Kennedy (Burien) HS
Karl Best 1983-86 Born in Aberdeen/Kent-Meridian HS
Bud Black 1981 Mark Morris (Longview) HS/Lower Columbia JC
Willie Bloomquist 2002-08, 2014-15 Born in Bremerton/South Kitsap HS
Mike Blowers 1992-95, 97, 99 Bethel HS/Tacoma CC/Univ. of Washington
Jeremy Bonderman 2013 Pasco HS
Mike Campbell 1987-89 Born in Seattle/Newport (Bellevue) HS
Dave Edler 1980-83 Eisenhower (Yakima) HS/WSU
Jason Ellison 2007 South Kitsap High School (Port Orchard)
Steve Gajkowski 1998 Newport High School (Bellevue)
Dave Heaverlo 1980 Born in Ellensburg/Moses Lake HS/Central
Tom House 1977-78 Born in Seattle
Brian Hunter 1999 Fort Vancouver HS
Tom Lampkin 1999-2001 Blanchet HS/Edmonds CC
Tom Niedenfuer 1989 Redmond HS/WSU
Eric OFlaherty 2006-08 Born in Walla Walla/Walla Walla HS
John Olerud 2000-2004 Born in Seattle/Interlake HS/WSU
Tyler Olson 2015 Born in Spoake/University HS/Gonzaga Univ.
Shawn OMalley 2015- Born in Richland/Southridge HS
Casey Parsons 1981 Born in Wenatchee/Gonzaga HS/Gonzaga Univ.
Ken Phelps 1983-88 Born in Seattle/Ingraham HS/WSU (1 year)
Erik Plantenberg 1993-94 Born in Renton/Newport (Bellevue) HS
Robert Ramsay 1999-2000 Born in Vancouver/MTN View HS/WSU
Adrian Sampson 2016 Born in Redmond/Skyline HS/Bellevue CC
Aaron Sele 2000-01, 2005 North Kitsap HS/WSU
Richie Sexson 2005-08 Prairie High School (Brush Prairie)
Sean Spencer 1999 Born in Seattle/South Kitsap HS/UW
Russ Swan 1990-93 Kennewick HS/Spokane Falls CC
Rick Sweet 1982-83 Born in Longview/Mark Morris HS/Gonzaga Univ.
Matt Tuiasosopo 2008-10 Born in Bellevue/Woodinville HS
Dave Wainhouse 1993 Mercer Island HS/Washington State
Bob Wells 1994-98 Born in Yakima/Eisenhower HS/Spokane Falls CC
Sean White 2007, 2009-10 Born in Pullman/Mercer Island HS/Univ. of Washington
Ron Wright 2002 Kamiakin, HS

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TUFFY GOSEWISCH (7)
POSITION: Catcher
AGE: 33, turns 34 on Aug. 17 BORN: 8-17-83 in Freeport, IL
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 200
ML SERVICE: 2 years, 154 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Claimed off waivers from Atlanta on Jan. 26, 2017

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PRONUNCIATION: Gosewisch (GOHS-uh-wish)

2016:
Totals - Hit .156 (14x90) with 8 runs, GOSEWISCHs CAREER HIGHS
1 double, 1 triple, 3 home runs and MOST HITS: 3 4 times,
7 RBI in 33 games with Arizona. last 5/7/15 vs. SD w/ARI
Back in the Bigs - Recalled to MOST HOME RUNS:
Arizona on July 1hit safely in 3 1 5 times, last 8/12/16 at BOS w/ARI
of his first 5 games, going 5-for-16 MOST RBI: 4 5/7/15 vs. SD w/ARI
with 1 run, 1 home run and 3 RBI. MOST STOLEN BASES: 1 2 times,
AAA Reno - Began season with AAA last 5/20/15 at MIA w/ARI
Reno, where he hit .342 (68x199) LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
with 33 runs, 13 doubles, 1 triple, 9 6 5/16-23/15 w/ARI
home runs and 26 RBI in 58 games. CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None
Leaderboard - At time of recall
(7/1), in Pacific Coast League, ranked 4th in batting (.342) and 7th in on-base (.399).
Streaking - Recorded an 11-game hitting streak with Reno, May 31-June 14, batting .467
(21x45) with 10 runs, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 1 home run and 7 RBI.
Hit Parade - Hit safely in 44 of 59 games with Reno, including five 3-hit games and 15
2-hit games (20 total multi-hit games).
PERSONAL: James Benjamin Gosewischresides in Phoenix, AZ, with wife, Kyleyn,
and daughter, Everleighgraduated from Horizon (AZ) HS in 2001had his number 2
retired by Horizon HS in March 2016attended Arizona State University from 2002-05
semifinalist for Johnny Bench Award as a junior and senior (2004-05)brother, Chip, also
played at ASU from 1996-99 and spent 2 seasons in the Angels farm system (1999-2000).
CAREER: In parts of four Major League seasons with Arizona (2013-16), is a career .199
(78x392) hitter with 24 runs, 17 doubles, 1 triple, 5 home runs and 30 RBI in 126 career
gamesselected by Philadelphia in the 11th round of the 2005 MLB First-Year Player
Draft out of Arizona State University; signed by Phillies scout Therron Brockishmade
his Major League debut with Arizona on Aug. 1, 2013 at Texas.
2005: Made his professional debut with Short-A Bataviaappeared in only 10 games due to
a right elbow contusionhit .237 (9x38) with 2 runs, 1 double and 5 RBI.
2006: In 95 games with High-A Clearwater, batted .252 (77x305) with 32 runs, 14 doubles,
9 home runs and 39 RBI in 95 games.
2007: Named to the South Atlantic League midseason All-Star teamspent the entire
season with A Lakewood, where he hit .224 (76x339) with 52 runs, 24 doubles, 2 triples,
5 home runs and 45 RBIplayed with Peoria in the Arizona Fall League.
2008: Played in 102 games with High-A Clearwaterhit .218 (72x330) with 38 runs, 19
doubles, 1 triple, 3 home runs and 34 RBI.
2009: Split the season between AA Reading and AAA Lehigh Valleybegan the year with
AA Reading, where he hit .244 (50x205) with 16 runs, 17 doubles, 1 home run and 20
RBI in 60 gamespromoted to Lehigh Valley on Aug. 14appeared in 16 games with
Lehigh Valley, batting .200 (11x55) with 6 runs, 3 doubles and 1 RBI hit .318 (14x44) in
11 games with Scottsdale in the AFL.
2010: Spent the entire season with AA Reading, batting .241 (75x311) with 46 runs, 22
doubles, 1 triple, 9 home runs and 32 RBI in 97 games.
2011: Hit .247 (91x369) with 19 doubles, 13 home runs and 66 RBI in 109 games with AA Reading.
2012: Was a non-roster invitee to Philadelphias Major League Spring Training camp for the
5th straight seasonbegan the season with AAA Lehigh Valley, batting .192 (41x213) with
22 runs, 13 doubles, 4 home runs and 20 RBI in 65 gamesacquired by Toronto from
Philadelphia in exchange for cash considerations on July 31appeared in 24 games with
AAA Las Vegas and hit .277 (23x83) with 9 runs, 8 doubles, 1 triple, 1 home run and 8 RBI.

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GOSEWISCH (continued)
2013: Made his Major League debut with Arizona on Aug. 1 at Texas and recorded his first
ML hit (single) in the 8th inning off of Neal Cottshit .178 (8x45) with 1 run, 2 doubles and
3 RBI in 14 games over two stints with Arizonanotched his first ML RBI with a sacrifice
fly against Roy Halladay on Aug. 25 at PhiladelphiaPacific Coast League midseason All-
Star selectionin 72 games with AAA Reno, hit .284 (71x250) with 30 runs, 20 doubles, 1
triple, 7 home runs and 33 RBIthrew out 51.1% (23x45) of would-be basestealers with
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Renoplayed in 16 games with Licey in the Dominican Winter League.


2014: In his first full Major League season, batted .225 (29x129) with 6 runs, 8 doubles, 1 home
run and 7 RBI in 41 games with Arizonahit his first ML home run off of Jason Hammel on
April 22 at Chicago-NLwent 3-for-7 with 1 RBI vs. Clayton Kershaw and was 2-for-6 with
1 double against Madison Bumgarner.
2015: Limited to just 38 games due to a season-ending knee injurysustained a torn
right ACL on May 27 at St. Louisunderwent surgery to repair the injury on June 5 in
Phoenix (performed by Dr. Gary Waslewskiin 38 games with the Diamondbacks, hit
.211 (27x128) with 9 runs, 6 doubles, 1 home run and 13 RBIthrew out 34.5% (10x29)
of attempted basestealersmade his first career Opening Day startrecorded a career-
high 4 RBI on may 7 vs. San Diego; went 3-for-4 with 3 doubles and 4 RBI.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.
GOSEWISCHs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2005 Batavia .237 10 38 2 9 10 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 .263 .275
2006 Clearwater .252 95 305 32 77 118 14 0 9 39 2 2 1 0 6 24 55 .387 .318
2007 Lakewood .224 92 339 52 76 119 24 2 5 45 2 4 0 3 7 29 69 .351 .296
2008 Clearwater .218 102 330 38 72 102 19 1 3 34 4 4 2 1 5 31 44 .309 .292
2009 Reading .244 60 205 16 50 70 17 0 1 20 3 0 0 1 7 14 34 .341 .314
Lehigh Valley .200 16 55 6 11 14 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 13 .255 .228
2010 Reading .241 97 311 46 75 126 22 1 9 32 5 0 0 0 5 49 67 .405 .353
2011 Reading .247 109 369 41 91 149 19 0 13 66 3 6 4 6 8 20 61 .404 .295
2012 Lehigh Valley .192 65 213 22 41 66 13 0 4 20 0 1 0 0 5 9 42 .310 .241
Las Vegas .277 24 83 9 23 36 8 1 1 8 1 1 0 1 3 9 17 .434 .365
2013 Reno .284 72 250 30 71 114 20 1 7 33 0 4 1 1 1 17 40 .456 .327
ARIZONA .178 14 45 1 8 10 2 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 8 .222 .174
2014 ARIZONA .225 41 129 6 29 40 8 0 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 3 24 .310 .242
2015 ARIZONA .211 38 128 9 27 36 6 0 1 13 0 1 2 1 1 8 23 .281 .261
2016 Reno .342 58 199 33 68 110 13 1 9 26 1 0 0 0 4 15 30 .553 .399
ARIZONA .156 33 90 8 14 26 1 1 3 7 1 0 0 0 1 7 22 .289 .224
Minor Lg Totals .246 800 2697 327 664 1034 173 7 61 329 21 22 8 13 51 221 478 .383 .313
ML Totals .199 126 392 24 78 112 17 1 5 30 2 2 2 1 2 18 77 .286 .237
# MLB Rehab Assignment

GOSEWISCHs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Philadelphia in the 11th round of the 2005 MLB First-Year Player Draft
signed by Phillies scout Therron Brockish.
Acquired by Toronto from Philadelphia in exchange for cash considerations, July 31, 2012.
Signed by Arizona as a minor league free agent, Nov. 4, 2012.
On 60-day disabled list May 28, 2015-end of season with a torn right ACL.
Claimed off waivers by Atlanta from Arizona, Nov. 18, 2016.
Claimed off waivers by Seattle from Atlanta, Jan. 26, 2017.

TIES
In the 38-year history of the franchise, the Mariners have ended two games in a tie: June 2, 1980
at Detroit (3-3 in 12 innings) and April 29, 1981 at Minnesota (7-7 in 8 innings). Both games ended
prematurely due to rain.

WHATS IN A NAME?
Tuffy Gosewisch is one of three players to go by the first name Tuffy to appear in the
Majorshe joins Charles Tuffy Stewart, who played in 11 games over two seasons with
the Chicago Cubs from 1913-1914 and Karl Tuffy Rhodes, who compiled a 6-year MLB
career with Houston, Chicago-NL and Boston from 1990-1995 (Baseball-Reference).

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MITCH HANIGER (17)
POSITION: Outfielder
AGE: 26 BORN: 12-23-90 in Mountain View, CA
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 210
ML SERVICE: 48 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In trade from Arizona along with Jean Segura (inf) and

2017 MARINERS
Zac Curtis (lhp) in exchange for Taijuan Walker (rhp) and Ketel Marte
(inf) on Nov. 23, 2016
PRONUNCIATION: Haniger (HAN-ih-ger)
2016:
Totals Hit .229 (25x109) with 9 runs, 2
doubles, 1 triple, 5 home runs and 17 RBI
HANIGERs
in 34 games with Arizona. CAREER HIGHS
Quite the Debut Made his Major MOST HITS:
League debut with Arizona on Aug. 16 vs. 3 2 times, last: 9/18/16 vs. LAD w/ARI
New York-NLwent 2-for-4 with 1 run, 1 MOST HOME RUNS:
double, 1 triple and 3 RBI, the most XBH 1 5 times, last: 10/1/16 vs. SD w/ARI
and RBI by a D-backs player in his ML MOST RBI:
debutrecorded his first Major League hit 3 2 times, last: 9/15/16 vs. LAD w/ARI
with a triple off Noah Syndergaard in the MOST STOLEN BASES: None
bottom of the 6th inning. LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
Year to Remember Named the 4 2 times, last: 9/12-15/16 w/ARI
Diamondbacks Minor League Player of CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None
the Year after batting .321 (147x458) with
79 runs, 34 doubles, 5 triples, 25 home runs, 94 RBI and 12 stolen bases in 129 games
with AA Mobile and AAA Renonamed to the Southern League midseason All-Star team.
Leading the Way At the time of his selection by Arizona (8/16), among Minor League
leaders, ranked T5th in extra-base hits (60), 7th in OPS (1.011) and 11th in RBI (86).
PERSONAL: Mitchell Evan Hanigergraduated from Archbishop Mitty HS (CA)attended
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo for three yearsearned Big West Freshman of the Year honors
in 2010, batting .326 (58x178) with 15 doubles, 1 triple, 7 home runs and 46 RBI in 46
gamesled the team in doubles (14), triples (2) and home runs (6) as a sophomore in
2011named Big West Conference Player of the Year as a junior in 2012 after batting
.346 (73x211) with 18 doubles, 1 triple, 13 home runs and 64 RBI in 56 gameshis
brother, Jason, was the Pirates 19th-round pick in 2008 draft out of Georgia Tech his
cousins play professional baseball: Alex Balog is a pitcher in the Rockies organization
and Nik Balog is an infielder in the independent leagues.
CAREER: Has played parts of 5 minor league seasons with the Brewers (2012-14) and
Diamondbacks (2014-16) organizationsselected by New York-NL in the 31st round of
the 2009 MLB First-Year Player Draft but did not signselected by Milwaukee in the 1st
round (38th overall) of the 2012 Draft; signed by Brewers scout Dan Hustonmade his
Major League debut with Arizona on Aug. 16, 2016 vs. New York-NL.
2012: Began his professional career with A Wisconsin, batting .286 (14x49) with 9 runs, 4
doubles, 1 home run and 8 RBI in 14 gamessustained a partial tear to the posterior
cruciate ligament (PCL) in his right knee on July 5 and missed the remainder of the season.
2013: Entered the season as the 10th-best prospect and best outfield arm in the Brewers
organization (Baseball America)hit .297 (43x145) with 5 home runs and 25 RBI in 41
games with A Wisconsin before being promoted to High-A Brevard Countybatted .250
(82x328) with 6 home runs and 43 RBI in 88 games with Brevard County.
2014: Tabbed as the No. 3 prospect in Milwaukee organization by Baseball America before
the seasonstarted the year with AA Huntsville, where he hit .255 (62x243) with 10 home
runs and 34 RBI in 67 gamesafter being acquired by Arizona from Milwaukee on July 31,
appeared in 4 games with the AZL Diamondbacks, batting .200 (3x15) with 1 home run and
4 RBI in 8 games with AA Mobile, hit .333 (8x24) with 3 doubles and 5 RBI.
2015: In 55 games with AA Mobile, hit .281 (43x153) with 10 doubles, 1 triple, 1 home run
and 19 RBIfinished the season with advanced-A Visalia, batting .332 (67x202) with 40
runs, 16 doubles, 3 triples, 12 home runs and 36 RBI in 49 games.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.
AWARDS: Diamondbacks Minor League Player of the Year (2016).
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HANIGER (continued)
HANIGERs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2012 Wisconsin .286 14 49 9 14 21 4 0 1 8 0 1 1 7 13 1 0 .429 .379
2013 Wisconsin .297 41 145 24 43 74 12 2 5 25 0 5 3 25 24 7 0 .510 .399
BrevardCounty .250 88 328 52 82 130 24 3 6 43 0 1 4 32 68 2 2 .396 .323
2014 Huntsville .255 67 243 41 62 101 7 1 10 34 2 3 4 19 41 4 0 .416 .316
AZL D-Backs .200 4 15 4 3 7 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 .467 .250
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Mobile .333 8 24 5 8 11 3 0 0 5 0 1 2 3 4 0 0 .458 .433


2015 Mobile .281 55 153 23 43 58 10 1 1 19 0 3 2 16 32 4 4 .379 .351
Visalia .332 49 202 40 67 125 16 3 12 36 0 5 2 17 39 8 2 .619 .381
2016 Mobile .294 55 197 21 58 91 14 2 5 30 0 1 8 30 37 4 3 .462 .407
Reno .341 74 261 58 89 175 20 3 20 64 1 6 5 39 62 8 1 .670 .428
ARIZONA .229 34 109 9 25 44 2 1 5 17 0 1 1 12 27 0 0 .404 .309
Minor Lg Totals .290 455 1617 277 469 793 111 15 61 268 3 26 31 189 326 38 12 .490 .370
ML Totals .229 34 109 9 25 44 2 1 5 17 0 1 1 12 27 0 0 .404 .309

HANIGERs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by New York-NL in the 31st round of the 2009 MLB First-Year Player Draft but
did not sign.
Selected by Milwaukee in the 1st round (38th overall) of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player
Draftsigned by Brewers scout Dan Huston.
Acquired by Arizona from Milwaukee along with Anthony Banda (lhp) in exchange for
Gerardo Parra (of), July 31, 2014.
Acquired by Seattle from Arizona along with Jean Segura (inf) and Zac Curtis (lhp) in
exchange for Taijuan Walker (rhp) and Ketel Marte (inf), Nov. 23, 2016.

MARINERS PITCHERS WHO HAVE BATTED


Joe Saunders flew out to center field to end game in the 11th inning on June 29, 2013 vs.
Chicago (NL)he was the first Mariners pitcher to get an at-bat in a non-NL city game since
Mike Schooler batted in the 13th inning at Boston on Aug. 11, 1990:
OPPOSING
DATE PITCHER OPP. PITCHER INN. RESULT OF AB
4/24/87 Moore at OAK Rodriguez 9 Reached on FC
4/20/90 Holman at OAK Otto 9 Reached on Error
8/11/90 Schooler vs. BOS Irvine 13 Grounded Out
6/29/13 Saunders vs. CHI Parker 11 Flied out to CF
MARINERS PLAYERS WHO HAVE PITCHED
Date Player Opp. Score IP H R ER HR BB SO
6/26/83 Castillo vs. TOR 9-17 2.2 8 7 7 3 3 2
5/28/00 Mabry at TB 4-14 0.2 3 2 2 0 1 0
7/6/08 Burke (L) vs. DET 1-2 1.0 1 1 1 0 0 0
6/12/15 Sucre at HOU 0-10 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0
8/15/15 Sucre at BOS 10-22 1.0 5 3 3 1 0 0
7/29/16 Sardinas at CHC 1-12 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
*Does not include Interleague play.

HOME RUNS FROM BOTH SIDES OF PLATE


Player Date HR #1 HR #2
Larry Milbourne 7/15/78 vs. CLE LH vs. Mike Paxton RH vs. Don Hood
Donnie Scott 4/29/85 vs. MIL LH vs. Rollie Fingers RH vs. Ray Searage
David Segui 4/1/98 vs. CLE LH vs. Jaret Wright RH vs. Paul Assenmacher
Justin Smoak 9/25/12 at LAA LH vs. Zack Greinke RH vs. Scott Downs

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GUILLERMO HEREDIA (5)
POSITION: Outfielder
AGE: 26 BORN: 1-31-1991 in Matanzas, Cuba
BATS: Right THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 180
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 54 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Signed as a Major League free agent on Mar. 1, 2016

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PRONUNCIATION: Guillermo (gee-YAIR-mo) Heredia (her-ED-dee-uh)

2016:
MLB Totals - Hit .250 (23x92) with 12
HEREDIAs CAREER HIGHS
runs, 3 doubles, 1 home run, 12 RBI, MOST HITS: 3 8/9/16 vs. DET
and .349 on-base mark in 45 games. MOST HOME RUNS: 1 8/6/16 vs. LAA
MLB Debut - Recalled from AAA Ta- MOST RBI: 2 2 times, last 10/2/16 vs. OAK
coma on July 29 and was 0-for-1 in his MOST STOLEN BASES: 1 9/20/16 vs. TOR
MLB debut that day at Chicago-NL. LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
A First - Recorded his first career 2 8/31-9/1/16
Major League hit and RBI off of David CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None
Price on Aug. 2 vs. Bostonfinished
the game 1-for-4 with 1 run and 1 RBI.
Goodbye Baseball - First MLB home run in 3rd inning on Aug. 6 vs. Los Angeles-AL.
Minors - Hit .340 (36x106) with 21 runs, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 2 home runs, 13 RBI, 7 walks,
.385 on-base mark in 26 games with AAA Tacomain AA Jackson, hit .293 (60x205) with
39 runs, 7 doubles, 2 triples, 2 home runs, 34 RBI and a .405 on-base mark in 58 games.
PERSONAL: Guillermo Molina Heredia...in six seasons with Matanzas in the Serie Nacional
Cuban League, hit .285 (336x1177) with 231 runs, 57 doubles, 15 triples, 23 home runs
and 121 RBI in 374 gamesappeared at all three outfield positions (CF171; LF1; RF
1) for Matanzas, compiling a .987 fielding percentage (9 E, 415 TC), while recording 19
assists in his careerappeared in 6 games in the 2013 World Baseball Classic for Cuba.
CAREER: Played six seasons in Cuba before making his U.S. debut in 2016.
2009: Made his debut at the age of 18 with Matanzas in the Serie Nacional Cuban League
appeared in 67 games, batting .290 (42x145) with 11 doubles, 2 home runs and 16 RBI.
2010: Hit .235 (54x230) with 7 doubles, 3 triples, 4 home runs and 19 RBI in 81 games.
2011: Career year with Matanzas, batting .343 (125x364) with 91 runs, 19 doubles, 9 triples,
10 home runs, 52 RBI, a .439 on-base percentage and a .527 slugging percentagewon
Gold Glove award in center field (.977 fielding percentage with 9 assists) in 96 games.
2012: In 68 games, hit .265 (65x245) with 9 doubles, 6 home runs and 24 RBI.
2013: Hit .255 (49x192) with 11 doubles, 1 home run and 9 RBI in 61 gamesalso appeared
in the World Baseball Classic for Cuba, batting .167 (3x18) with 2 runs, 1 RBI and 2 walks.
2014: Recorded just one plate appearance with Matanzaswent 1-for-1 with 1 RBI.
2015: Did not play professional baseball in 2015 after defecting from Cuba in early 2015
After his defection, Heredia trained in Miami.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

HEREDIAs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2009 Matanzas .290 67 145 18 42 59 11 0 2 16 2 2 0 10 29 0 3 .407 .331
2010 Matanzas .235 81 230 40 54 79 7 3 4 19 8 3 0 19 32 3 7 .343 .290
2011 Matanzas .343 96 364 91 125 192 19 9 10 52 12 3 13 51 38 3 7 .527 .439
2012 Matanzas .265 68 245 43 65 94 9 1 6 24 4 2 13 34 21 10 5 .384 .381
2013 Matanzas .255 61 192 39 49 67 11 2 1 9 10 0 10 27 23 4 4 .349 .376
2014 Matanzas 1.000 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 1.000
2016 Jackson .293 58 205 39 60 77 7 2 2 34 1 9 9 36 32 2 5 .376 .405
Tacoma .312 35 138 27 43 57 6 1 2 13 1 2 4 12 15 3 0 .413 .378
SEATTLE .250 45 92 12 23 29 3 0 1 12 1 0 2 12 15 1 1 .315 .349
Minor Lg Totals .300 93 343 66 103 134 13 3 4 47 2 11 13 48 47 5 5 .391 .395
Cuban Lg Totals .285 374 1177 231 336 492 57 15 23 121 36 10 36 141 143 20 26 .418 .376
ML Totals .250 45 92 12 23 29 3 0 1 12 1 0 2 12 15 1 1 .315 .349

HEREDIAs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Signed by Seattle as a free agent, Mar. 1, 2016.
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FELIX HERNANDEZ (34)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 30, turns 31 April 8 BORN: 4-8-86 in Valencia, Venezuela
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 225
ML SERVICE: 11 years, 60 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2019
ACQUIRED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent July 4, 2002 by
2017 MARINERS

Mariners scouts Bob Engle, Pedro Avila and Emilio Carrasquel

2016:
The Totals - Went 11-8 with a
HERNANDEZs CAREER HIGHS
3.82 ERA (65 ER, 153.1 IP) with MOST STRIKEOUTS: 15 6/8/14 at TB
122 strikeouts and 65 walks in LOW-HIT GAME: 0 - 8/15/12 vs. TB (Perfect Game)
25 starts. LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
For Openers - Made his 9th 9 2 times; last 6/23-8/27/12
career Opening Day start April 4 LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
at Texasholds the club record 5 2 times; last 8/17-9/27/13
for Opening Day starts (9), MOST INNINGS PITCHED:
consecutive starts (8), wins (6) 9.0 23 times; last 5/27/15 vs. TB
and strikeouts (68).
Hes Our Leader - Became the Mariners all-time leader in strikeouts (4/23 at LAA) and wins
(5/9 vs. TB)joined Colorados Jorge de la Rosa as the only active pitchers who hold their
respective club record for career wins and career strikeouts.
10 - Recorded his 10th win of the season on Sept. 5 vs. TEXhas recorded at least 10
wins in 10 of his last 11 seasons, including each of his last 8 seasonsthe streak of 8
consecutive seasons with at least 10 wins is currently tied for the 3rd-longest active
streak in the Majorstrails only John Lackey (13) and Zack Greinke (9), while tied with
David Priceit is the longest such streak in club history, ahead of Jamie Moyer (7) and
Randy Johnson (6).
Pride of Venezuela - Tossed 6.0 innings on Opening Day on April 4 at Texas to give him
2,268.1 IP in his MLB career, the most by a Venezuelan-born pitcher, passing Freddy
Garcia (2,264.0)Felix holds the all-time record for most strikeouts by a Venezuelan
(2,264) and his 154 wins rank 2nd (Freddy Garcia, 156).
April to Remember - Went 2-2 with 1.38 ERA (5 ER, 32.2 IP) in 5 starts in the month of
April...during the month he limited opponents to a .165 (19x115) average...his 1.38 ERA
is the 2nd-lowest in club history in the month of April, trailing only Floyd Bannisters 1.21
ERA in April in 1980...his .165 average was also 2nd-lowest in April in club history, trailing
only Hisashi Iwakumas .160 opponent average set in 2013.
Dime - Struck out season-best 10 batters April 10 vs. Oakland, his 35th career double-
digit strikeout game, 2nd-most in club history (R. Johnson, 94).
Six Up, Six Down - Struck out 6 consecutive batters Aug. 15 at Los Angeles-AL
six consecutive strikeouts are T2nd-most in club history (also: Taijuan Walker, Charlie
Furbush & Rafael Soriano), trailing Mark Langston (7)Felix is the first pitcher in club
history to accomplish this feat twice.
DL Stint - Placed on the 15-day disabled list on June 1 (retroactive to May 28) with a right
calf strainactivated on July 20marked his first trip to the DL since 2008.
Ranked - At the time of his DL stint (6/1), among American League leaders, ranked 8th in
in ERA (2.86) and T8th in opponents average against (.217).
Rehab Recap - Made his first rehab start with Short-A Everett on July 10 vs. Spokane,
allowing 3 runs on 6 hits in 3.2 innings (2 BB, 6 SO)earned the win on July 15 vs.
Colorado Springs with AAA Tacoma, allowing 1 run on 5 hits over 5.2 innings (1 BB, 7 SO).
After DL - After being activated from 15-day DL on July 20, was 7-4 with a 4.48 ERA (45 ER,
90.1 IP) with 69 strikeouts in 15 startsSeattle went 10-5 in those 15 starts.
Since 09 - Over last 8 seasons is 115-73 with 2.92 ERA and 1,671 strikeouts in 255 starts.
PERSONAL: Felix Abraham Hernandezresides during the off-season in Valencia, VZ and
Bellevue, WA with wife Sandra, daughter, Mia, and son, Jeremyolder brother, Moises,
is a minor league pitching coach in Mariners organizationgraduated from Unidad
Educativa Jose Austre in July 2002named to the provisional roster for Venezuela for the
World Baseball Classic in 2006, 2009, 2013 and 2017.
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HERNANDEZ (continued)
CAREER: Is 154-109 with a 3.16 ERA in 359 career starts since making debut on Aug. 4,
2005ERA is 2nd-lowest among active starters (Kershaw-2.37)spent entire pro career
in Mariners organization6-time All-Star (2009, 2011-2015)2-time AL ERA champ (2010
- 2.27, 2014 - 2.14)since his debut season in 2005, ranks 1st with 2,264 strikeouts
one of 4 active pitchers with 300+ career starts whose starts have all been with one club:
Hernandez - SEA (359), Verlander - DET (352), Weaver - LAA (322) and Cain - SF (308)

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is 115-73 with a 2.92 ERA and 1,671 strikeouts in 255 starts since 2009, rankings 1st in
innings, 2nd in ERA and 4th in strikeouts during that time framebecame the Mariners all-
time leader in strikeouts on April 23, 2016 at Los Angeles-AL (previous: Randy Johnson,
2,162)became the clubs all-time winningest pitcher on May 9, 2016 vs. Tampa Bay
(previous: Jamie Moyer, 145)holds club Opening Day records for starts (9), consecutive
starts (8), wins (6) and strikeouts (68)is the only pitcher in MLB history (since 1900) with
9 Opening Day starts before turning 30there are 2 pitchers with 8 Opening Day starts
before turning 29: Bert Blyleven and Dwight Gooden.
2002: Pitched with Aguirre in the Venezuelan Summer League.
2003: Started season with Everettfinished 5th in Northwest League with 73 strikeouts
in 55.0 IPmade 2 starts with Wisconsin,
striking out 18 batters in 14 innings to end
the seasonNorthwest League All-Star.
MARINERS ALL-TIME
2004: With A Inland Empire and AA San PITCHING LEADERS
Antonio finishing a combined 14-4, with Felix became the Mariners all-time lead-
2.95 ERA and 172 strikeoutsnamed to er in strikeouts (2,264) and wins (154) in
Cal League All-Star teampromoted to 2016also ranks 1st club history in innings
San Antonio June 30played for World (2,415.2), starts (359) and quality starts (240).
Team in 2004 All-Star Futures Game
Rk. Mariners Pitcher Ks
Mariners Minor League Pitcher of the Year. 1. Felix Hernandez........................2,264
2005: Recorded 10 quality starts in first 12 2. Randy Johnson..........................2,162
MLB appearancesdid not allow an extra- 3. Jamie Moyer...............................1,239
base hit until his fifth Major League start 4. Mark Langston...........................1,078
(Aug. 30, 30.0 innings, 112 batters faced) 5. Mike Moore...................................937
became the first pitcher to begin his ML
Rk. Mariners Pitcher Wins
career with such a streak since Kip Gross 1. Felix Hernandez...........................154
went 121 batters faced without allowing 2. Jamie Moyer..................................145
an extra-base hit from April 21, 1990- 3. Randy Johnson.............................130
July 4, 1991recalled from AAA Tacoma 4. Freddy Garcia..................................76
and made ML debut Aug. 4 at Detroit at 5. Mark Langston................................74
age 19.118debut made him just the
third 19-year-old to debut as a starting Rk. Mariners Pitcher Innings
1. Felix Hernandez......................2415.2
pitcher since 1984 (also: Dwight Gooden, 2. Jamie Moyer.............................2093.0
4/7/84, and Todd Van Poppel, 9/11/91) 3. Randy Johnson........................1838.1
was youngest player to appear in Major 4. Mike Moore..............................1457.0
League game in 2005also the youngest 5. Mark Langston.........................1197.2
player to make his ML debut as a starting
pitcher since Britt Burns (CWS) on Aug. 5, Rk. Mariners Pitcher Starts
1. Felix Hernandez...........................359
1978first ML win in second start Aug. 2. Jamie Moyer..................................323
9 vs. MIN, tossing 8.0 shutout innings 3. Randy Johnson.............................266
struck out 11 Aug. 15 vs. KC becoming first 4. Mike Moore...................................217
teenager to fan 10 or more in game since 5. Mark Langston..............................173
Dwight Gooden in 1984before Gooden,
it was Bert Blyleven (1970)PCL Rookie of Rk. Mariners Pitcher Quality Starts
the Year and PCL Pitcher of the Year with 1. Felix Hernandez...........................359
2. Jamie Moyer..................................323
Tacomadid not pitch June 14-July 10 due 3. Randy Johnson.............................266
to right shoulder bursitis. 4. Mike Moore...................................217
2006: Began season as only teenager on 5. Mark Langston..............................173
Opening Day roster at 19 years, 360 days
Additional Mariners Rankings
T6th in AL with 176 strikeoutswas 3rd in Category Rank # Next Up
AL with 8.29 K/9.0 IPfirst career shutout Games 2nd 359 Jeff Nelson (432)
Aug. 28 vs. LAA (2-0); at 1 hour, 51 minutes Shutouts 2nd 11 Randy Johnson (19)
was shortest game in Safeco Field history.
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2007: Led team in strikeouts (165), 2nd in wins (14) and 3rd in innings (190.1) despite
spending time on 15-day DL with a strained right elbowrecorded 12 strikeouts April
2, Opening Day vs. OAKwas Majors first Opening Day pitcher to strike out at least 12
batters without allowing a run since Bob Gibson (STL) in 19674th pitcher since 1900 to
start and win an Opening Day game before his 21st birthdayrecorded 9th one-hitter in
club history April 11 at BOSleft game April 18 vs. MIN with tightness in his right elbow
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was 2-1, 1.56 ERA prior to DL stint; was 12-6, 4.09 in 26 starts following return from DL.
2008: Led Mariners in wins (9), starts (31), innings (200.2), strikeouts (175), and ERA (3.45)
among AL pitchers, ranked T8th in ERA (3.45), 9th in strikeouts (175) and 7th in K/9.0
IP (7.8)had 2nd-lowest run support average (3.86) in the ALrecorded 500th career
strikeout June 11 at TOR (R. Barajas)among pitchers who debuted since 1900, at 22
years, 64 days, he was 6th-youngest to reach 500 career Ks and youngest since D.
Gooden (20 years, 294 days) in 1985became first Mariners pitcher to hit home run with
grand slam off Johan Santana June 23 at Shea Stadium; first pitcher to hit grand slam off
a Cy Young Award winner since Steve Carlton off the Dodgers Fernando Valenzuela on
May 16, 1984tied club record with 3 straight starts with 0 earned runs (5/31 vs. DET,
6/6 at BOS & 6/11 at TOR).
2009: Finished 2nd in AL Cy Young race (Z. Greinke)2009 Seattle Sports Pro Star of the
Year awardwinner of Luis Aparicio Award as best Venezuelan in MLBled AL with .792
winning %among AL leaders in wins (T1st), ERA (2nd), starts (T2nd), innings pitched
(3rd), strikeouts (4th) and K/9.0 IP (7th)joined Roy Halladay as only AL pitchers to rank
in top 5 in each of three pitching Triple Crown categories (W-ERA-K)recorded quality
starts in 24 of his last 25 starts, going 15-2, 1.98 ERA (40 ER, 182.0 IP) from May 24-end
of seasonERA over that stretch was tops in MLBfollowed a Mariners loss in 23 of 34
starts, going 15-4, 2.46 ERA (44 ER, 161.0 IP) in those gamesset Mariners record for
wins by RHPAL Pitcher of the Month for June (3-0, 0.94) and Sept. (6-0, 1.52)first
pitcher in club history to earn two honors in same seasontied for ML lead and set club
record with 1.99 ERA (28 ER, 126.2 IP) in 18 road startsselected to his first All-Star
gamewas 23 years, 97 days on All-Star Tuesday, becoming 5th-youngest Mariners All-
Star and youngest player in 2009 ASGtossed 22.0 straight scoreless innings April 17-
May 4went 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER, 8.2 IP) in 2 G/1 GS for Venezuela in 2009 WBC.
2010: Won AL Cy Young Award, garnering 21 of 28 first-place votesjoined Randy Johnson
(1995) as only Mariners to win the Cy Youngwent 13-12 with a 2.27 ERA (63 ER, 249.2
IP), 232 strikeouts and 30 quality startsnamed Sporting News AL Pitcher of the Year
set a then-Mariners record for ERA (2.27), bettering the previous mark of 2.28 by Randy
Johnson in 1997, and recorded the most strikeouts by a RHP in club history2nd pitcher
in club history to lead A.L. in ERA (Randy Johnson, 1995)led AL in ERA (2.27), IP (249.2),
quality starts (30), opponent batting average (.212), T1st in starts (34), 2nd in strikeouts
(232), 3rd in complete games (6), T3rd in shutouts (1), 7th in K/BB ratio (3.31), 7th in K/9.0
IP (8.36) and T4th in opponent GIDP (25)threw 209 scoreless frames (inning in which he
appeared and was not charged with any runs); was most in Majors and most since Randy
Johnson posted 252 in 1999allowed 1 or fewer runs in 236 of 256 innings in which he
appeared (92.2%)finished season with single-season club record 25 consecutive starts
pitching into at least the 7th inninghad 232 strikeouts, 8th-most in club historyhad
lowest run support average in A.L. at 3.10in 12 losses, received 7 total runs of support
(runs when he was in game)Mariners scored 1 or fewer runs in 10 of 34 starts, and 2 or
fewer runs 15 timeshad 1.53 ERA (19 ER, 112.0 IP) in 15 starts following All-Star break
recorded a quality start in 30 of 34 starts, setting club recordled A.L. with 15 starts in
which he allowed 1 or fewer runs in at least 7.0 innings, most by A.L. pitcher since Pedro
Martinez (15 in 2000) and Roger Clemens (19 in 1997)recorded 1,000th career strikeout
Aug. 25 at BOS (6th inning, D. Ortiz)at 24 years, 139 days old, became 4th-youngest
pitcher in MLB history to reach 1,000 career Ksthrew 2-hit shutout June 30, becoming
first pitcher to throw a shutout at new Yankee Stadiumrecorded CG 2-hitter in 1-0 loss
Sept. 23 at TOR; 4th 2-hit CG loss in club history and 2nd in a 1-0 game (also: G. Abbott,
9/1/81)threw 9.0 innings in 3 consecutive starts (6/19 vs. CIN, 6/24 vs. CHI, 6/30 at
NYY), but only 2 counted as complete gamesrecorded 4th CG July 10 vs. NYYwas his
3rd consecutive complete game against NYY (9/18/09, 6/30/10, 7/10/10), becoming first
pitcher to do this since Jaime Navarro (1990-91 w/MIL)tallied 4 strikeouts in 8th inning
June 3 vs. MIN; became 3rd Mariners pitcher to do so (last: Kaz Sasaki, 4/4/03 at TEX).
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2011: Ranked amongst A.L. leaders in complete
games (5, T2nd), strikeouts (222, 4th), IP (233.2, CY YOUNG AWARD
6th), starts (33, T6th), K/9.0 IP (8.55, 7th), quality Felix won the 2010 AL Cy
starts (22, T7th), ERA (3.47, 16th) and wins (14, Young Awardalso finished
T13th)recorded 3rd consecutive 200-strikeout 2nd in 2009 and 2014, 4th in
season (222 in 11, 232 in 10, 217 in 09), becoming the 2012 and 8th in 2013.

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one of only 2 pitchers over the last 20 seasons
with a trio of 200-strikeout seasons at 25 years or
younger (Kerry Wood 1998, 2001, 2002)had
string of 30 straight starts of at least 6.0 IP (dating
back to 5/13/10) snapped April 16 at KC (5.0 IP)
left final start Sept. 24 at TEX after being hit by a
line drive on right forearm (3.1 IP); snapped a streak
of 23 straight 6.0+ IP starts, May 17-Sept. 18
recorded three starts with 10+ strikeouts and zero
walks (5/22 at SD - 13 K, 7/5 at OAK - 10 K, 8/7
at LAA - 12 K) to tie the single-season club record
with Randy Johnson (1995)CG victory Opening
Day April 1 at OAK (9.0,5,2,2,0,5,HR)was first OD CG since Ben Sheets in 2007 and
9.0 IP CG by A.L. pitcher since Bartolo Colon in 2002first AL OD performance since
Rick Rhoden to record a CG win (9.0 IP) with zero walks (4/5/88 NYY vs. MIN)recorded
career W#77 June 2 vs. Tampa Bay, setting franchise record for wins by RHP (passing
Freddy Garcia)recorded 9 strikeouts Aug. 31 vs. LAA to move into 2nd place (1,264)
in club record books for strikeouts (passing Jamie Moyer)since 1900, is one of just 9
pitchers to record at least 172 starts prior to turning 25; joined Bert Blyleven, Christy
Mathewson, Walter Johnson, Larry Dierker, Catfish Hunter, Dwight Gooden, Bob Feller
and Hal Newhouser on exclusive list.
2012: Led A.L. in shutouts (5), ranked 2nd in innings pitched (232.0) and complete games
(5), 3rd in strikeouts (223) and strikeout-to-walk ratio (3.98), 5th in ERA (3.06), T5th in
quality starts (21), 9th with 8.65 K/9.0 IP and T13th in wins (13)threw 23rd perfect game
in MLB history Aug. 15 vs. Tampa Bay in a 1-0 victory7th perfect game in MLB history
to be decided in 1-0 game, and first in A.L. since 1984named Mariners recipient for
Roberto Clemente Award and Marvin Miller Man of the Yearone of 10 finalists for Hutch
Awardled Majors and set Mariners record with 5 shutouts (6/28 vs. BOS, 7/14 vs. TEX,
8/4 at NYY, 8/15 vs. TB, 8/27 at MIN)posted 4th consecutive season with 200.0 innings,
200 strikeouts, 30 starts and a sub 3.50 ERAfirst pitcher since Roger Clemens (1986-
89) to record 4 consecutive 200-strikeout seasons through age 26 seasonfirst pitcher
since Dwight Gooden to record at least 230 GS through age 26 seasonwent 9-0 with a
1.40 ERA (17 ER, 109.0 IP) with 5 shutouts, 100 strikeouts and a .183 opp avg (70x383)
over a 14-start stretch June 17-Aug. 27went 4-0 with a 1.08 ERA (5 ER, 41.2 IP) and 3
shutouts in 5 August starts to be named the A.L. Pitcher of the Monthall three shutouts
were by 1-0 score, becoming the third pitcher in MLB history with three 1-0 shutouts in a
calendar month: Carl Hubbell (July 1933) and Dick Rudolph (Aug. 1916)recorded four
1-0 shutouts (of his MLB-leading 5 shutouts); third pitcher during divisional era (since
1969) to have four wins with the score 1-0 in a single season (all CG shutouts), joining
Hall of Famers Fergie Jenkins (1974) and Bert Blyleven (1976)led Majors with 17 starts
allowing 1 or fewer runs (Greinke, 16) pitched at least 7.0 innings in a 22 of his 33 starts,
ranking 2nd in the AL (David Price had 23 starts of 7.0+ IP) allowed 2 or fewer runs in
21 of 33 starts, tied for 2nd-most among AL starters (David Price, 22)finished with 2nd-
lowest run support average in A.L. at 3.65recorded 12 starts allowing 1 or fewer runs
in 8.0+ innings (8-0, 0.45 ERA, 4 ND)retired 32 consecutive batters from Aug. 10-15,
one off John Montagues club recordtied for A.L. lead with 11 no-decisions, posting a
2.45 ERA (21 ER, 77.0 IP)had MLB-leading four no-decisions allowing 1 or fewer runs
in 8.0+ IP, tied for most in a single season dating back to 1918tossed shutout Aug.
4 vs. New York (AL) at Yankee Stadium (9.0,2,0,0,2,6); became 3rd pitcher (joining Jim
Palmer & Billy Hoeft) since 1930 with 2 ShO allowing 2 hits or fewer at Yankee Stadium
(also: 6/30/10)recorded first 1-0 shutout by visiting pitcher at Yankee Stadium (new or
old) since Greg Swindell Sept. 6, 1988made 5th career Opening Day start March 28 vs.
Oakland in Japan (4th consecutive).
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2013: Among A.L. starters, ranked 3rd in strikeout-to-walk ratio (4.70), 5th in strikeouts
(216), 5th in K/9.0 IP (9.51), 6th in ERA (3.04), 7th in WHIP (1.131), 7th in opponent OPS
(.644) and T9th in quality starts (22)5th consecutive season with 200+ innings and 200+
strikeoutstied for 2nd in A.L. with 20 starts allowing 2 or fewer runsstrung together a
career-high 24.0 inning scoreless streak July 8-26, tied for 5th-longest in club history
struck out 10 batters in 4.0 innings Sept. 22 at LAA, becoming the first pitcher in more
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than 100 years to post a double-digit strikeout total in a game in which he recorded
no more than 12 outslast pitcher to do this was Smoky Joe Wood (Boston-AL), 10
strikeouts in 4.0 relief IP at CLE 7/17/1909did not pitch from Sept. 3-21 with a strained
obliquetied for A.L. lead with 15 Ultra Quality Starts (7.0 IP, 2 or fewer runs allowed)
recorded 100th career victory April 22 at HOU, becoming 6th-youngest pitcher to earn
100 wins among players who began career since divisional play began in 1969only 5
pitchers reached 100 wins at younger age than Hernandez (27 years, 14 days old): Dwight
Gooden (24.215), Bert Blyleven (25.076), Fernando Valenzuela (26.162), Don Gullett
(26.199), Vida Blue (26.361)made sixth career Opening Day start April 1 at Oakland
(7.2,3,0,0,1,8)tied R. Johnson for most career (6) and consecutive (5) OD starts among
Mariners pitchers.
2014: 15-6, 2.14 ERA (56 ER, 236.0 IP) with 248 strikeouts in 34 starts (27 quality starts)
claimed his second AL ERA title (Chris Sale, 2.17)starting pitcher for A.L. in All-Star
game in Minneapolis (scoreless inning, 2 K)second pitcher in club history to be named
A.L. starting pitcher, joining Randy Johnson (1995 & 1997)first Venezuelan pitcher
to start an All-Star game2.14 ERA was lowest by A.L. pitcher since Pedro Martinez
recorded a 1.74 mark in 2000set single-season ERA club record lowering the mark he
already held of 2.27 set in 2010Cy Young Finalist (2nd place)MLBPA Players Choice
Award (AL Most Outstanding Pitcher)Sporting News American League All-Star (Starting
Pitcher of the Year)Rawlings Gold Glove FinalistRoberto Clemente Award (Seattle
nominee)Fred Hutch Award Nominee (community service award)finished 2nd in Cy
Young voting (76% of votes) and 10th in MVPled A.L. in WHIP at 0.915, the lowest
by A.L. pitcher since Pedro Martinez in 2000 (0.737)set Mariners single-season WHIP
recordamongst A.L. leaders in ERA (1st, 2.14), Opponent Batting Average (1st, .200),
Innings (2nd, 236.0), Starts (T1st, 34), Strikeouts (4th, 248), Wins (T8th, 15), Strikeout-
to-Walk Ratio (4th, 5.39), Strikeouts per 9.0 IP (5th, 9.46)set MLB record with 16
consecutive starts allowing 2 or fewer runs in 7.0 or more innings May 18-August 11
(old mark, 13 by Tom Seaver in 1971)led
8-YEAR DOMINATION Majors with 22 such starts (7.0 or more IP, 2
Over the last 8 seasons Felix has combined or fewer runs), next closest AL pitcher was
to go 115-73 with a 2.92 ERA and 1,671 Corey Kluber (19)recorded 6th straight
strikeouts in 255 startshas 2nd-lowest season with 200+ strikeouts and 200.0 IP;
ERA by any starter since 2009, and his 184
tied for 3rd-longest streak in MLB history
quality starts are tied with Clayton Kershaw
behind Tom Seaver (9, 1968-76), Roger
for the most in baseball:
Clemens (7, 19867-92), Walter Johnson (7,
Innings Pitched since 2009 (MLB): 1910-16)posted 4th-lowest ERA for A.L.
1. Felix Hernandez, SEA............ 1749.1
pitcher in a season of 230.0 or more innings
2. James Shields, TB/KC/SD/CWS.... 1739.2
since the advent of Designated Hitter in 1973,
3. Justin Verlander, DET.............. 1739.0
4. Cole Hamels, PHI/TEX............ 1671.1 behind Yankees Ron Guidry (1.74 in 1978),
5. David Price, TB/DET/TOR/BOS..... 1657.2 Torontos Roger Clemens (2.05 in 1997) and
Baltimores Jim Palmer (2.09 in 1975)first
Lowest ERA since 2009 (MLB): pitcher with 215 or more strikeouts in at least
1. Clayton Kershaw, LAD................ 2.24 6 consecutive seasons since Randy Johnson
2. Felix Hernandez, SEA................ 2.92 (1997-2002)only pitcher in baseball history
3. Madison Bumgarner, SF.............. 2.99
with 200+ strikeouts with 75 or fewer walks
4. Chris Sale, CWS.......................... 3.00
in at least 6 consecutive seasonsAL
5. Cliff Lee, PHI/SEA/TEX................ 3.01
Pitcher of the Month (June)allowed 2 or
Strikeouts since 2009 (MLB): fewer runs in AL leading 25 starts (Kluber
1. Clayton Kershaw, LAD.............. 1,818 2nd with 23)Mariners were 22-12 when
2. Max Scherzer, DET/WAS........... 1,815 Felix started on the moundposted an 8-4
3. Justin Verlander, DET................ 1,720 record and 2.10 ERA in 19 starts following
4. Felix Hernandez, SEA.............. 1,671 a Mariners team lossrecorded a 1.88
5. Cole Hamels, PHI/TEX.............. 1,604
ERA in 13 no-decisions (2.09 run support
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average in no-decisions)ranked 6th in
A.L. in overall WAR (2nd amongst pitchers)
SINCE HIS DEBUT
at 6.2selected to play in his 5th All- Since his Major League debut Aug. 4, 2005,
Star game, tying Randy Johnson for most Felix has been one of the top pitchers in
All-Star game appearances by Mariners the Majorsthe following are rankings by
pitchers with at least 100 GS since his debut:
pitcherstruck out career-high 15 batters

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June 8 at TB12th time in club history Strikeouts:
that a pitcher had 15+ strikeouts, first since 1. Felix Hernandez....................... 2,264
Randy Johnson had 15 on July 11, 1998 vs. 2. Justin Verlander......................... 2,190
LAA; Johnson (17), Mark Langston (2x) and 3. Cole Hamels.............................. 2,122
Mike Moore (1)made 300th career start 4. CC Sabathia.............................. 2,039
(all with the Mariners) Sept. 13 vs. OAK; 5. James Shields........................... 1,977
joined Jamie Moyer (323) as only pitchers Innings Pitched:
in club history with 300+ startsonly active 1. Felix Hernandez..................... 2415.2
pitcher to make 300+ starts with current 2. Justin Verlander....................... 2327.2
teamejected for first time in his career 3. James Shields......................... 2294.1
May 12 vs. TB (Mark Ripperger)had 1,951 4. CC Sabathia............................ 2272.0
strikeouts, tied for 4th-most by a pitcher 5. Cole Hamels............................ 2214.1
before turning 29 (Sam McDowell-2,156,
Walter Johnson-2,117, Bert Blyleven-2,082,
Amos Rusie-1,951)made 7th career Opening Day start March 31 at LA Angels; 6th time in
club history a starter recorded 10+ strikeouts on Opening Day (2nd time by Felix).
2015: Went 18-9 with 3.53 ERA (79 ER, 201.2 IP) with 191 strikeouts and 58 walks in 31
starts...among American League leaders in wins (T3rd), shutouts (2, T1st), quality starts
(20, T8th), strikeouts (191, 8th), K/9.0 IP (8.52, 9th), innings (13th), ERA (14th), opponent
OPS (.682, 14th), & opponent average (.240, 16th)...won 18 games, becoming the third
Mariners pitcher to post multiple 18 win seasons with the club, joining Randy Johnson (3)
& Jamie Moyer (2)...tied for MLB lead with 2 shutoutssince debut season in 2005, 11
shutouts are most in A.L. and trail only Roy Halladay (14), Clayton Kershaw (12) and Cliff
Lee (12)...won 18 games, his 7th straight season with at least 10 wins and ninth 10+-win
season in careerhis 7 straight seasons with at least 10 wins is T5th-longest among
active pitchers: Mark Buehrle (15, 2001-c), John Lackey (12, 2003-c), James Shields (9,
2007-c), Zack Greinke (8, 2008-c) and David Price (7, 2009-c)...had 201.2 innings, his 8th
straight 200.0 IP season, T1st since 2008
(J. Shields)eight 200.0 inning seasons Venezuelan Pride
are most in club history (J. Moyer, 7 & R. Felix is one of two pitchers from Venezuela
Johnson, 6)...was 4-1 with a 2.74 ERA to win the Cy Young (also: Johan Santana
(13 ER, 42.2 IP) with 40 strikeouts in last in 2004 & 2006)among pitchers born in
6 starts of season2-3 with 8.48 ERA (27 Venezuela, he ranks near the top of several
pitching categories:
ER, 28.2 IP) in his previous 5 starts (July
29-Aug. 21)...had four starts in which he Game Started:
allowed 7+ earned runs (10, Aug. 15 at 1. Felix Hernandez.......................... 359
BOS; 8 June 12 at HOU; 7 July 29 vs. ARI 2. Freddy Garcia............................... 357
& 7 June 1 vs. NYY)those four starts 3. Carlos Zambrano......................... 302
accounted for 32 of the 79 earned runs 4. Johan Santana............................. 284
allowed on the season...selected to play 5. Wilson Alvarez.............................. 263
in his 6th All-Star game, setting Mariners Strikeouts:
record for All-Star game appearances by 1. Felix Hernandez....................... 2,264
a pitcher (Randy Johnson, 5)trails only 2. Johan Santana.......................... 1,988
Ken Griffey Jr. (10), Ichiro (10) and Edgar 3. Carlos Zambrano...................... 1,637
Martinez (7) for most All-Star selections in 4. Freddy Garcia............................ 1,621
a Mariners uniform...recorded his 2,000th 5. Wilson Alvarez........................... 1,330
career strikeout May 10 vs. Oakland, the
4th-youngest to reach milestoneranks Wins:
61st on all-time strikeout list with 2,142, 1. Freddy Garcia............................... 156
4th among active players...set Mariners 2. Felix Hernandez.......................... 154
career record for innings pitched April 3. Johan Santana............................. 139
4. Carlos Zambrano......................... 132
29 at Texas, passing Jamie Moyer (who
5. Wilson Alvarez.............................. 102
finished with 2,093 innings with Seattle)...
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became Venezuelan strikeout king, passed Johan Santana (1,988), May 4 at LAA...tied
career high winning 5 consecutive starts April 18-May 107-game win streak Sept. 28,
2014-May 10, 2015, T3rd-longest winning streak in career...struck out 8 straight batters
faced over two starts April 18 vs. Texas (last 4 batters) & April 24 vs. Minnesota (first 4)
first time by Mariners pitcher since Arthur Rhodes (8, May 4-8, 2002) and by starter since
Mark Langston (8, Sept. 22-28, 1986)...was 5-0 with 1.83 ERA (7 ER, 34.1 IP) with 34
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strikeouts in 5 starts against Texasfirst A.L. pitcher to start 5 or more games against
an opponent in one season and win all of them while posting an ERA below 2.00 since
1985, when Bert Blyleven, pitching for both Indians & Twins, went 5-0 with a 1.40 ERA
in 5 starts vs. Texas...against the A.L. West, was 11-3 with 2.87 ERA (35 ER, 109.2 IP)
in 17 starts...recorded 10 strikeouts in season-opening win over the Angels3rd career
OD start with 10+ strikeoutsjoins Hall of Famers Randy Johnson (4), Pedro Martinez
(3) and Bob Gibson (3) as only pitchers with 3+ OD starts with 10+ strikeouts...recorded
his 131st career win May 10 vs. OAK, moving ahead of J. Moyer for 2nd in Mariners
history (currently 2nd with 143 wins trailing R. Johnson - 145)...had 5 starts with 7.0+
scoreless frames; 3rd-most in AL behind Dallas Keuchel (7) & Scott Kazmir (6)...recorded
pair of double-digit strikeouts: 4/18 vs. TEX (12) & 4/6 vs. LAA (10)34 career starts with
10+ strikeouts, 2nd-most in club history trailing Randy Johnson who had 94 double-
digit strikeout games in his Mariners career...made 8th career Opening Day start April
6 vs. LA Angelsearned win allowing 1 run (HR to Mike Trout in 1st inning) on 2 hits
in 7.0 inningsstruck out 10 batters...is 6-1, 1.49 ERA (11 ER, 66.1 IP) in his 9 career
Opening Day startshas 8 consecutive OD starts (2009-2016), the longest active streak
in Majorsholds club records for Opening Day starts (9), consecutive starts (8), wins (6)
and strikeouts (68).
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.
WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC: Played with Venezuela in the 2009 World Baseball Classic
went 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA and 11 strikeouts in 2 G/1 GSdid not allow a run in 8.2 IP
struck out 7 in 4.2 IP in start against Puerto Ricoon the Venezuelan provisional roster
for the 2013 and 2017 World Baseball Classic.
AWARDS: AL All-Star: 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 (starter), 2015Cy Young: 2010
Sporting News AL Pitcher of the Year: 2010, 2014AL Pitcher of the Month: June 2009,
September 2009, August 2012, June 2014AL Player of the Week: Aug. 20, 2012, June
2-8, 2014Mariners MVP Pitcher by the Seattle Chapter of the BBWAA (2008, 2009, 2010,
2011, 2012, 2014, 2015)PCL Rookie of the Year (2005)PCL Pitcher of the Year (2005)
Mariners Minor League Pitcher of the Year (2005)Luis Aparicio Award (2009)Seattle Pro
Sports Star of the Year (2009) and Sports Story of the Year (2010, 2012).

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PERFECT GAMES


Felix Hernandez recorded the 23rd perfect game in Major League history Aug. 15, 2012 in a
1-0 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays at Safeco Fieldit was the first perfect game in Mariners
history, and the 4th no-hitter (3 individual, 1 combined).
AMERICAN LEAGUE (14) NATIONAL LEAGUE (9)
Pitcher Date Score Pitcher Date Score
Felix Hernandez 08-15-2012 SEA 1, TB 0 Matt Cain 06-13-2012 SF 10, HOU 0
Philip Humber 04-21-2012 CWS 4, SEA 0 Roy Halladay 05-29-2010 PHI 1, FLA 0
Dallas Braden 05-09-2010 OAK 4, TB 0 Randy Johnson 05-18-2004 ARI 2, ATL 0
Mark Buehrle 07-23-2009 CWS 5, TB 0 Dennis Martinez 07-28-1991 MON 2, LAD 0
David Cone 07-18-1999 NYY 6, MON 0 Tom Browning 09-16-1988 CIN 1, LAD 0
David Wells 05-17-1998 NYY 4, MIN 0 Sandy Koufax 09-09-1965 LAD 1, CHI 0
Kenny Rogers 07-28-1994 TEX 4, CAL 0 Jim Bunning 06-21-1964 PHI 6, NYM 0
Mike Witt 09-30-1984 CAL 1, TEX 0 Monte Ward 06-17-1880 PRO 5, BUF 0
Len Barker 05-15-1981 CLE 3, TOR 0 Lee Richmond 06-12-1880 WOR 1, CLE 0
Catfish Hunter 05-08-1968 OAK 4, MIN 0
Don Larsen 10-08-1956 NYY 2, BRK 0*
Charlie Robertson 04-30-1922 CWS 2, DET 0
Addie Joss 10-02-1908 CLE 1, CWS 0
Cy Young 05-05-1904 BOS 3, PHI 0
* Game 5, 1956 World Series

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HERNANDEZs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2003 Everett 7-2 2.29 11 7 0 0 0 55.0 43 17 14 2 8 24 73 7 0
Wisconsin 0-0 1.93 2 2 0 0 0 14.0 9 4 3 1 0 3 18 0 0
2004 Inland Empire 9-3 2.74 16 15 0 0 0 92.0 85 31 28 5 8 26 114 6 0
San Antonio 5-1 3.30 10 10 1 1 0 57.1 47 23 21 3 4 21 58 2 2
2005 Tacoma 9-4 2.25 19 14 1 0 0 88.0 62 24 22 3 3 48 100 2 2

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SEATTLE 4-4 2.67 12 12 0 0 0 84.1 61 26 25 5 2 23 77 3 0
2006 SEATTLE 12-14 4.52 31 31 2 1 0 191.0 195 105 96 23 6 60 176 11 0
2007 SEATTLE 14-7 3.92 30 30 1 1 0 190.1 209 88 83 20 3 53 165 7 1
2008 SEATTLE 9-11 3.45 31 31 2 0 0 200.2 198 85 77 17 8 80 175 8 1
2009 SEATTLE +19-5 2.49 34 34 2 1 0 238.2 200 81 66 15 8 71 217 *17 1
2010 SEATTLE 13-12 *2.27 34 +34 6 1 0 *249.2 194 80 63 17 8 70 232 14 1
2011 SEATTLE 14-14 3.47 33 33 5 0 0 233.2 218 99 90 19 7 67 222 12 1
2012 SEATTLE 13-9 3.06 33 33 5 *5 0 232.0 209 84 79 14 12 56 223 13 2
2013 SEATTLE 12-10 3.04 31 31 0 0 0 204.1 185 74 69 15 3 46 216 13 0
2014 SEATTLE 15-6 *2.14 34 +34 0 0 0 236.0 170 68 56 16 5 46 248 18 0
2015 SEATTLE 18-9 3.53 31 31 2 2 0 201.2 180 80 79 23 9 58 191 10 0
2016 SEATTLE 11-8 3.82 25 25 0 0 0 153.1 138 76 65 19 10 65 122 6 0
Everett # 0-0 7.36 1 1 0 0 0 3.2 6 3 3 0 0 2 6 0 0
Tacoma # 1-0 1.59 1 1 0 0 0 5.2 5 1 1 1 0 1 7 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 31-10 2.62 60 50 2 1 0 315.2 257 103 92 15 23 125 376 17 4
ML Totals 154-109 3.16 359 359 25 11 0
2415.2 2157 946 848 203 81 695 2264 132 7
All-Star * Led League + Tied for League Lead

BATTING AVG AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP


Career .093 43 3 4 8 1 0 1 7 7 0 0 2 20 0 0 .186 .133
Last Hit - 6/23/12 at SD Last Home Run - 6/23/2008 at NYM (Grand Slam off Johan Santana)

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2009 AL, St. Louis 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2011 AL, Arizona Did Not Pitch
2012 AL, Kansas City Did Not Pitch
2013 AL, New York (NL)
0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2014 AL, Minnesota 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0
2015 AL, Cincinnati 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
ASG Totals 0-0 0.00 4 1 0 0 0 4.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC


YEAR
CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2009
Venezuela 2-0 0.00 2 1 0 0 0 8.2 5 0 0 0 0 6 11 0 0

HERNANDEZs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Signed as a non-drafted free agent July 4, 2002 by Mariners scouts Bob Engle, Pedro
Avila and Emilio Carrasquel.
On 15-day disabled list April 23 (retro to April 19)-May 15, 2007 with a strained right elbow.
On 15-day disabled list July 1 (retro to June 23)-July 11, 2008 with a sprained left ankle.
Signed 5-year contract extension through 2014, Jan. 22, 2010.
Signed 7-year contract extension through 2019, Feb. 13, 2013.
On 15-day disabled list June 1 (retro to May 28)-July 20, 2016 with a right calf strain
included rehab assignment to short-A Everett and AAA Tacoma.

MOST SEASONS IN A MARINERS UNIFORM


Edgar Martinez is the Mariners all-time leader in games played, appearing in 2,055
games during his 18-year career in Seattle (1987-2004)Edgar is one of 11 players in
club history to play in at least 10 seasons in Seattle:
Player Seasons Years Player Seasons Years
Edgar Martinez 18 1987-2004 Jamie Moyer 11 1996-2006
Jay Buhner 14 1988-2001 Raul Ibaez 11 1996-2000, 2004-08, 2013
Ken Griffey Jr. 13 1989-1999, 2009-10 Randy Johnson 10 1989-1998
Felix Hernandez 12 2005-current Dave Valle 10 1984-1993
Dan Wilson 12 1994-2005 Harold Reynolds 10 1983-1992
Ichiro 12 2001-12

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CHRIS HESTON (32)
POSITION: Right-handed pitcher
AGE: 28, turns 29 on April 10 BORN: 4-10-88 in Palm Bay, FL
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 195
ML SERVICE: 1 Year, 140 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In trade from San Francisco in exchange for a player to
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be named later on Dec. 7, 2016

2016:
The Totals - Went 1-1 with a 10.80
ERA (6 ER, 5.0 IP) with 3 strikeouts
HESTONs CAREER HIGHS
in 4 relief outings with the Giants. MOST STRIKEOUTS:
For Openers - Named to the Gi- 11 6/9/15 at NYM w/SF
ants Opening Day roster for the first LOW-HIT GAME: 0 6/9/15 at NYM w/SF
time in his career. LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
With the Giants - Made 4 relief 5 6/19/15-7/27/15
appearances with San Francisco, LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
allowing 6 earned runs over 5.0 5 8/6/15-9/9/15
innings, before being optioned to MOST INNINGS: 9.0 6/9/15 at NYM w/SF
AAA Sacramento on April 19.
Minor Recap - Spent most of the year with AAA Sacramento, where he went 2-9 with a 4.54
ERA (41 ER, 81.1 IP) with 53 strikeouts in 15 games, including 14 starts.
DL Stint - Placed on the 60-day disabled list with an oblique strain on June 29 and was
sent on a minor league rehabilitation assignment on Aug. 13 with the AZL Giants (2 GS),
advanced-A San Jose (1 GS) and AAA Fresno (2 GS)recalled from his rehab assignment
on Sept. 6 (not activated) and removed from the 60-day DL on Nov. 6.
PERSONAL: Christopher Lee Hestonnicknamed Hesto Presto by his teammates
graduated from Bayside HS (FL)attended Seminole State College of Florida and East
Carolina Universitycombined for a record of 8-9 with a 4.76 ERA in 107.2 innings pitched
in 2 seasons at Seminole State Collegewent 7-0 with a 4.15 ERA and 88 strikeouts in 15
starts with East Carolina in 2009his 88 strikeouts led Conference USA in 2009named
first-team All-Conference USA and Conference USA Newcomer-of-the-Year in 2009.
CAREER: In parts of 3 Major League seasons with San Francisco (2014-16), has compiled a
career record of 13-12 with a 4.16 ERA (87 ER, 188.0 IP) with 148 strikeouts and 73 walks
in 38 career games (32 starts)selected by Minnesota in the 47th round of the 2007 MLB
First-Year Player Draft but did not signselected by San Francisco in the 12th round of
the 2009 MLB First-Year Player Draftmade his Major League debut on Sept. 13, 2014
vs. Los Angeles-NL (1.0 IP, 1 BB, 2 K).
2009: Began his professional career with the AZL Giants, posting a record of 1-5 with a 4.11
ERA (16 ER, 35.0 IP) with 34 strikeouts and 10 walks in 11 games (6 starts).
2010: Went 5-13 with a 3.75 ERA (62 ER, 148.2 IP) with 124 strikeouts and 33 walks in 26
starts (1 complete game) with A Augustaallowed 3 or more runs in 15 of his 26 starts.
2011: In 24 starts with advanced-A San Jose, went 12-4 with a 3.16 ERA (53 ER, 151.0 IP)
with 131 strikeouts and 40 walkstossed 1 complete gameled San Jose in ERA (3.16)
and ranked T2nd in wins (12)named to the Cal League Mid-Season All-Star Team.
2012: Spent the entire campaign with AA Richmond, going 9-8 with a 2.24 ERA (37 ER,
148.2 IP) with 135 strikeouts and 40 walks in 25 starts, including 1 complete game
named the Eastern League Pitcher of the Yearled the Eastern League in ERA (2.24) and
WHIP (1.10)finished 5th among all full-season minor league leaders in ERA (2.24)
marked the second-lowest ERA in Flying Squirrels franchise history (Eric Surkamp, 2.02
in 2011)named to the Western Division Eastern League mid-season All-Star team
and named as the right-handed starting pitcher on the Eastern League postseason All-
Star teamalso named Richmonds Pitcher of the Year and was selected to the Topps
double-A All-Star teamadded to the Giants 40-man roster in November 2012.
2013: Made 19 starts, including 1 shutout, with AAA Fresno, posting a record of 7-6 with a
5.80 ERA (70 ER, 108.2 IP) with 97 strikeouts and 46 walksdesignated for assignment
on July 13 to clear a 40-man roster space for outfielder Jeff Francoeurreleased on July
21cleared waivers and re-signed to a minor league contract with the Giants on July 24.

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2014: Went 12-9 with a 3.38 ERA (65 ER, 173.0 IP) in 28 starts with AAA Fresno, leading the
team with 17 quality starts...selected from Fresno on Sept. 2...made his Major League
debut on Sept. 13 vs. Los Angeles-NL, tossing 1.0 scoreless inning of relief...made his
first career ML start on Sept. 28 vs. San Diego, allowing 3 earned runs in 4.0 innings.
2015: Went 12-11 with a 3.95 ERA (78 ER, 177.2 IP) with 141 strikeouts and 64 walks in 31
starts with the Giantshis 12 wins were the most by a Giants rookie pitcher since Matt Cain

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had 13 in 2006 and his 141 strikeouts were the most since Tim Lincecum recorded 150 in
2007went 11-5 with a 3.24 ERA (47 ER, 130.2 IP) and 101 strikeouts in his first 21 starts
ranked 2nd among NL pitchers for the most double-plays induced with 26 (John Lackey,
29)did not make the Opening Day roster, but started the third game of the season in place
of Matt Cainon April 13, became just the second rookie pitcher to start a Giants home
openerfinished the month of April with a 2.77 ERA, becoming the fifth rookie in Giants
history to post a sub-3.00 ERA in the opening month of the season (min. 20.0 IP)threw a
two-hitter without issuing a walk and struck out 10 batters May 12 at Houstonaccording to
the Elias Sports Bureau, only two rookie pitchers over the last 25 seasons pitched a game like
that (CG, 2 or fewer hits allowed, 0 BB, 10+ SO): Kerry Wood, (5/6/98 vs. HOU) and Shelby
Miller (5/10/13 vs. COL)no other Giants rookie since 1900 had a game like thistossed the
first no-hitter of the 2015 season, the 17th in Giants franchise history and the first by a Giants
rookie in 103 years on June 9 at New York-NL in the Giants 5-0 winstruck out a career-best
11 batters and allowed 3 baserunners, all coming via hit by pitchis the third Giants rookie
to throw a no-hitter, joining Jeff Tesreau (Sept. 6, 1912 at PHI) and Christy Mathewson (July
15, 1901 vs. STL)according to Elias, Heston became the first pitcher to finish a no-hitter
with 3 consecutive strikeouts since Sandy Koufax did so in his perfect game on Sept. 9, 1965
vs. Chicago-NLbecame the first rookie pitcher to strike out more than 10 batters without
issuing a walk in a no-nono other pitcher in ML history hit at least 3 opposing batters
while completing a no-hitterNL Co-Player of the Week (also: Giancarlo Stanton-MIA) for
the week of June 8-14posted a 1.57 ERA in July, the third-lowest figure by a Giants rookie
in any given month since the team moved to SF in 1958spent nearly the entire season with
the Giants before being optioned to triple-A Sacramento Aug. 21...did not make a start for
Sacramento after being optioned; threw 2 bullpen sessions...recalled from AAA on Aug. 28.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.
HESTONs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2009 AZL Giants 1-5 4.11 11 6 0 0 0 35.0 30 19 16 0 4 10 34 2 2
2010 Augusta 5-13 3.75 26 26 1 0 0 148.2 161 83 62 6 9 33 124 12 1
2011 SanJose 12-4 3.16 24 24 1 0 0 151.0 144 64 53 10 8 40 131 7 0
2012 Richmond 9-8 2.24 25 25 1 0 0 148.2 124 43 37 2 4 40 135 12 0
2013 Fresno 7-6 5.8 19 19 1 1 0 108.2 129 75 70 14 9 46 97 8 1
2014 Fresno 12-9 3.38 28 28 1 1 0 173.0 152 76 65 16 9 51 125 11 0
SAN FRANCISCO 0-0 5.06 3 1 0 0 0 5.1 6 3 3 0 0 3 4 1 0
2015 SAN FRANCISCO 12-11 3.95 31 31 2 1 0 177.2 169 82 78 16 13 64 141 5 1
2016 SAN FRANCISCO 1-1 10.8 4 0 0 0 0 5.0 9 6 6 0 0 6 3 3 0
Sacramento # 2-9 4.54 15 14 0 0 1 81.1 82 42 41 8 4 32 53 4 0
AZL Giants # 0-0 0 2 2 0 0 0 6.2 7 0 0 0 0 2 7 0 0
SanJose # 0-0 6.23 1 1 0 0 0 4.1 5 3 3 0 0 3 1 3 0
Minor Lg Totals 48-54 3.64 151 145 5 2 1 857.1 834 405 347 56 47 257 707 59 4
ML Totals 13-12 4.16 38 32 2 1 0 188.0 184 91 87 16 13 73 148 9 1

BATTING AVG AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP


Career .192 52 1 10 12 2 0 0 3 7 0 0 0 19 0 0 .231 .192
Last Hit - 8/17/15 at STL w/SF Last Home Run - None

HESTONs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Minnesota in the 47th round of the 2007 MLB First-Year Player Draft but did
not sign.
Selected by San Francisco in the 12th round of the 2009 MLB First-Year Player Draft
signed by Giants scout Pat Portugal.
Signed by San Francisco as a minor league free agent, July 24, 2013.
On 60-day disabled list June 29-Sept. 6, 2016 with an oblique strainincluded rehab
assignments with AZL Giants, advanced-A San Jose and AAA Sacramento.
Acquired by Seattle from San Francisco in exchange for a player to be named later, Dec.
7, 2016.
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HISASHI IWAKUMA (18)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 35, turns 36 April 12 BORN: 4-12-81 in Tokyo, Japan
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 210
ML SERVICE: 5 years, 0 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017 with a vesting option for 2018
ACQUIRED: Re-Signed as a free agent on Dec. 17, 2015
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PRONUNCIATION: Hisashi (he-sash-ee) Iwakuma (ee-wah-kuma)

2016:
The Totals - Was 16-12 with a
IWAKUMAs CAREER HIGHS
4.12 ERA (91 ER, 199.0 IP) with 147 MOST STRIKEOUTS: 13 7/30/12 vs. TOR
strikeouts and 46 walks in 33 starts. LOW-HIT GAME: 0 8/12/15 vs. BAL
Team Leader - Led the Mariners LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
in wins (16), starts (33), innings 7 8/16/13-5/20/14
(199.0) and strikeouts (147). LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
Leaderboard - Among American 4 2 times; last 8/18-9/4/16
League leaders, ranked T6th in MOST INNINGS PITCHED:
wins (16), T4th in starts (33), 11th STARTER: 9.0 8/12/15 vs. BAL
in innings (199.0 IP). RELIEVER: 4.0 2 times; last 5/16/12 at CLE
Just Win - Earned a career-
high 16 wins (previous: 15, 2014)became the 7th Mariners pitcher to record at least
2 seasons with 15 or more wins, joining Jamie Moyer (4x), Freddy Garcia (3x), Felix
Hernandez (3x), Randy Johnson (3x), Marc Langston (3x) and Aaron Sele (2x).
Eating Innings - Tossed 199.0 innings, the 2nd-most in his MLB career (219.2 IP in 2013).
Honors - Named Mariners Pitcher of the Year by the Seattle chapter of BBWAAthe 2nd
such honor in his career (also: 2013).
Quite the Finish - Was 15-8 with a 4.03 ERA (67 ER, 149.2 IP) with 109 strikeouts in his
final 25 starts of the season.
Winner - His 15 wins from May 20 through the end of the season were T4th-most in MLB,
trailing Clevelands Corey Kluber (16), Bostons Rick Porcello (16) and Washingtons Max
Scherzer (16) and tied with Torontos J.A. Happ and Chicago-NLs Jon Lester.
Japanese Leaderboard - Recorded a career-high 16 wins, T2nd-most in a single season
by a Japanese-born pitcher, trailing only 18 wins by Daisuke Matsuzaka-BOS in 2008
joins Yu Darvish-TEX (16 in 2012), Hiroki Kuroda-NYY (16 in 2012) and Hideo Nomo-LAD
(16 in 1996, 2002 & 2003) as the only Japanese-born pitchers to record 16 wins in a season.
Streaker - Posted a 5-game winning streak, June 28-July 23...marked the second time in
his career that he has won five straight starts (also: Aug. 8-Sept 5, 2014)won a career-
best 7 straight starts Aug. 16, 2013-May 20, 2014.
Rotation Rock - Was the only member of the Mariners Opening Day rotation to make
every scheduled start.
Eight was Great - Won 8 straight home starts, May 25-Aug.8went 8-0 with 2.62 ERA (16
ER, 55.0 IP) in those 8 starts...only 2 Mariners pitchers (4x) have won more than 8 straight
home starts (R. Johnson, 16 & 11; J. Moyer, 10, 2x)...Paul Abbott also won 8 straight.
Cloud Nine - Won 9 games in the first half, a career-high for wins before the All-Star
Break (8 in 2013 & 2014).
Hes Got Backup - Had a 5.43 run support average, 10th-highest in the American League
(120 runs in 199.0 innings).
PERSONAL: Hisashi Iwakumahe and his wife, Madoka, have the three kids, daughter
Uta, son Towa and daughter Rimaattended
Horikoshi High Schoolplayed in 2004 Athens CLIMBING THE RANKS
Olympics and 2009 World Baseball Classic Hisashi has earned 63 wins in his
originally selected by Osaka Kintetsu in fifth round Major League career, 3rd-most
of the 1999 NPB amateur draftnicknamed among Japanese-born pitchers:
Kuma, which is Japanese for Bear. Pitcher Wins
2001: Made his NPB debut May 29 vs. Nippon 1. Hideo Nomo 123
Hamwent 4-2 with a 4.53 ERA (22 ER, 43.2 IP) 2. Hiroki Kuroda 79
3. Hisashi Iwakuma
in 9 appearances (8 GS)threw CG, 2-hit shutout 4. Daisuke Matsuzaka 63
56
Sept. 18 vs. Seibu. 5. Tomo Ohka 51

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2002: Made 23 starts, going 8-7 with 3.69 ERA (58 ER, 141.1 IP) and 131 strikeouts.
2003: Led league with 11 complete gameswent 15-10, 3.45 with 149 strikeouts in 27
startsnamed NPB All-Star.
2004: Opened the season going 12-0, setting a club record for consecutive wins to open
a seasonstarting pitcher in the NPB All-Star Gameled the league in both wins and
winning percentage (.882)pitched in Game 5 of the postseason NPB-MLB All-Star

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Seriesearned Best Nine Awardpitched in the 2004 Athens Olympics as a member of
the Japanese national team (bronze medal).
2005: Went 9-15 with 4.99 ERA (101 ER, 182.1 IP) while making 27 starts.
2006: Limited by lingering shoulder soreness, made only 6 startsmade season debut Aug.
29 vs. Nippon Hamwent 1-2 with a 3.73 ERA (16 ER, 38.2 IP).
2007: Named Rakutens Opening Day startersidelined with back soreness and a left oblique
strainreturned to full strength following the All-Star breakfinished the season 5-5, 3.40
in 16 startsunderwent arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow in October.
2008: Named the Pacific League MVP going 21-4, 1.87 ERA in 28 startsalso named an NPB
All-Star, Best Nine Award and the Eiji Sawamura Award winner (Cy Young equivalent)
became the first 20-game winner in the Pacific League since Kazumi Saito in 2003led the
league in ERA and winning percentageallowed just 3 home runs in 201.2 innings.
2009: Named Rakutens Opening Day starter for third consecutive seasonpart of gold medal
winning Japan squad in the World Baseball Classicwent 1-1 with 1.35 ERA (3 ER, 20.0 IP)
in 4 G/3 GS in WBC play.
2010: Posted second season of 200-plus innings of his careerwent 10-9, 2.82 with 4 CG and
153 strikeouts in 28 startsawarded to Oakland via the posting system, but could not reach
agreement during 30-day negotiating period.
2011: Made 17 starts for Rakuten, going 6-7 with a 2.42 ERA (32 ER, 119.0 IP)on the
disabled list from May 18-July 26 with a sore right shoulderwas 3-2 with a 1.72 ERA at
the time of his injurystruck out season-high 13 batters in CG shutout April 26 at Seibu.
2012: In 16 starts went 8-4 with a 2.65 ERA (28 ER, 95.0 IP) to rank first in club history in starter
ERA by a rookie (2nd, Felix Hernandez, 2.67 in 2005)in 14 relief appearances posted a
1-1 record with 2 saves and a 4.75 ERA (16 ER, 30.1 IP)went 4-0 with a 1.23 ERA (4 ER,
29.1 IP) with 22 strikeouts in 5 G/4 GS vs. the Angels (4-0, 1.37 in 4 GS); became the third
pitcher in club history to record 4 wins vs. the Angels in a season: Freddy Garcia (5-0, 0.96
in 01) & Jamie Moyer (4-2, 1.67 in 03)among AL pitchers with at least 100.0 IP, ranked
7th with a 3.16 ERA (44 ER, 125.1 IP)ranked 3rd among AL starters (min. 15 GS) with a
2.65 ERA (28 ER, 95.0 IP) in 16 startsposted the 5th-lowest ERA by an AL rookie starting
pitcher since 1988 at 2.65 (min. 15 GS)set Mariners rookie record with 13 strikeouts in first
MLB win as a starter July 30 vs. Toronto (8.0,4,1,1,3,13,HR); old record was 12 by Freddy
Garcia (1999), Randy Johnson (1989) and Mark Langston (3x, 1984)made first start July
2 vs. Baltimore (5.0,3,3,3,3,4,HR)joined Ichiro (RF) and Munenori Kawasaki (2B) as first
Japanese trio in an MLB starting lineupnotched first MLB win with 2.0 shutout innings
June 16 vs. San Franciscoearned save in consecutive appearances May 30 at Texas (3.0
IP, 5 H, 3 R) and June 2 at Chicago-AL (1.0 IP, BB, K)made Mariners debut April 20 vs.
Chicago (AL); was the last MLB player on Opening Day roster to appear in a gamesigned
a contract extension through 2014 with an option for 2015 on Nov. 2.
2013: Went 14-6 with a 2.66 ERA (65 ER, 219.2 IP) in 33 starts (23 quality starts)finished 3rd
in A.L. Cy Young voting with 73.0 votesranked 3rd in American League with 2.66 ERA
selected to his first All-Star Game, but did not pitch due to starting the final game before
All-Star breaknamed Mariners Pitcher of the Year by the Seattle chapter of the Baseball
Writers Association of Americafinalist for Male Athlete of the Year for 2013 in the 79th
Seattle Star of the Yearamong A.L. leaders ranked 3rd in innings pitched (219.2), 3rd in
opponent batting average (.220), T4th in quality starts (23), T4th in games started (33), 5th
in opponent OPS (.630) and 12th in strikeouts (185)led Majors and set Mariners record
with 10 starts in which he pitched at least 6.0 innings and did not allow an ER (5-0, 5 no-
decisions)ranked 2nd in A.L. and set Mariners single-season record with a 1.006 WHIP
went 4-0 with a 1.62 ERA (10 ER, 55.2 IP) over final 8 starts of the season (8/16-9/25) to lower
ERA from 3.02 to 2.66career-high 219.2 innings, besting his Japanese career high of 201.2
IP during his Pacific League MVP season in 2008IP total was T3rd-most by a Japanese-
born pitcher trailing only Hideo Nomo (228.1 in 1996, 220.1 in 2002)ended season with
streak of 23.0 consecutive scoreless inningsrecorded career-high 23.2 scoreless innings
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streak May 26-June 10 (8th-longest in club history)did not allow an ER in 31.2 consecutive
innings (5/26-6/17), the 2nd-longest streak in club history (34.0 IP, Mark Langston, 1988)
was only MLB pitcher with two scoreless streaks of 20.0+ innings during the seasonjoins
Freddy Garcia (2001) as only pitcher in club history with a pair of scoreless innings streaks of
20.0+ IP in a single seasonrecorded 25.0 consecutive scoreless innings on the road to end
season, tied for longest streak in club history (8/21-9/18)Brian Holman (6/27-7/19/89) and
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Randy Johnson (5/25-6/15/94) also had road scoreless streaks of 25.0 inningsrecorded
10 starts without walking a batter, T2nd-most in the AL (Colon, OAK - 12, Price, TB - 10) and
T2nd-most in club history (Moyer - 11 in 2002)ranked 3rd in AL with 1.72 BB/9.0 IP and
4th with 4.40 strikeout-to-walk ratioopened season going 7-1, 1.79 ERA in first 14 starts
of the season (ranked 2nd in the AL in ERA following 6/10 start vs. HOU).
2014: Went 15-9, 3.52 ERA (70 ER, 179.0 IP) with 154 strikeouts in 28 starts (17 quality
starts)recorded single-season career-high in wins with 15, going 15-9 in 28 starts
ranked 4th in the AL with a 1.050 WHIP, 4th-best in club history (holds 2nd-best mark with
1.006 in 2013)walked only 21 batters in 28 startsranked 2nd in MLB with 1.06 BB/9.0
IP (P. Hughes, MIN - 0.69) and 3rd with 7.33 strikeout-to-walk ratiorecorded 14 starts
without issuing a walk, 2nd-best in MLB (Hughes - 19)career-high 8.2 innings July 12
vs. Oaklandrecorded pair of 10+ strikeout games, July 7 vs. Minnesota (10) and Aug. 19
at Philadelphia (11)allowed 70 runs, all earned, in 28 starts; 2nd-most runs allowed in a
season in club history without allowing an UER (Pineiro, 118 in 2005)recorded season-
high 20.0 consecutive scoreless innings July 1-12three separate scoreless streaks of
at least 20.0 innings in his MLB career: July 1-12, 2014 (20.0 IP), Sept. 13, 2013-May
3, 2014 (25.0 IP) and May 26-June 10, 2013 (23.2 IP)became first pitcher since Joe
Nathan in 2004-05 to have three 20.0+ scoreless innings streaks over a two-season span
(first in Mariners history), and first starter since Dwight Gooden in 1984-85 (4 steaks of
20.0+ scoreless innings)became 5th Japanese-born pitcher with 15 wins in a season:
Hideo Nomo (3x), Daisuke Matsuzaka (2x), Yu Darvish, Hiroki Kurodaset club record for
consecutive scoreless innings at 27.0, ending after 2.0 innings in his season debut May
3 at Houston; streak dated back to Aug. 21, 2013...previous record was 25.0 innings,
shared by Brian Holman (6/27-7/19/84) and Randy Johnson (5/25-6/15/94)loss Aug. 3
at Baltimore was first road loss since July 4, 2013 at Texasopened season on disabled
list with strained tendon in right middle fingermade one rehab start with AAA Tacoma
passed 2,000 innings for his career (including Japan) in start July 29 at Cleveland
participated in MLB Japan All-Star Series in his native country of Japan, making one start.
2015: Posted a record of 9-5 with a 3.54 ERA (51 ER, 129.2 IP) with 111 strikeouts in 20
startswas 4-2 with a 2.17 ERA (11 ER, 45.2 IP) with 43 strikeouts in last 7 starts of
season after going 5-3 with 4.29 ERA (40 ER, 84.0 IP) with 68 strikeouts in his first 13 starts,
including 0-1 with 6.61 ERA (12 ER, 16.1 IP) in first 3 starts before going on DLSeattle
won 11 of his final 16 starts after losing first four to start seasonthrew the 5th no-hitter
in Mariners history (4th by a single pitcher) on Aug. 12 vs. Baltimorewas his first MLB
complete game2nd Japanese-born pitcher with an MLB no-hitter (Hideo Nomo, 2x)4th
no-no in MLB in 2015first no-hitter in the AL since Felix Hernandez (Aug. 15, 2012 vs.
TB)according to ESPN Stats & Info, threw his lowest percentage of pitches in strike zone
in his career (41 percent, 11 percentage points below his season average entering the day),
still throwing 77 of 116 pitches for strikesnamed American League Player of the Week for
Aug. 10-16 after tossing no-hitter in his start vs. Baltimorewas his first career Player of
the Week honor, and the first by a Mariners pitcher since Felix Hernandez (June 9, 2014)
allowed a solo HR (Dozier) w/1 out in the 9th on Oct. 2 at MIN, the 1st earned run hed
allowed in his career vs. the Twins, snapping a string of 41 2/3 inningsper STATS Inc.,
the longest streak to begin career vs. any team since 1974 (as far back as their records
go); previous record was 40.0 IP, Troy Percival vs. MIN (5/16/95-8/27/04)allowed two or
fewer runs in 11 of 20 starts, three or fewer in 14was 5-1 with a 2.56 ERA (17 ER, 59.2
IP) with 51 strikeouts in 9 starts on the roadrecorded 500th career strikeout by fanning
Mitch Moreland in 2nd inning of his win at Texas on Aug. 18hit milestone while walking
118 battersaccording to STATS Inc., T6th-fewest walks before recording 500th strikeout
since 1914 (LADs Kenley Jansen leads with 104 BB/500K)had 1,175 strikeouts over
11 years in Japan before MLB careersustained a right lat strain and was placed on the
disabled list April 24 (retro to April 21)on DL April 21-July 6in 3 rehab starts with Everett
& Tacoma was 1-0 with a 1.35 ERA (2 ER, 13.1 IP) with 13 strikeouts.
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POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.
AWARDS: AL All-Star: 2013Mariners MVP Pitcher by the Seattle Chapter of the BBWAA:
2013 & 2016AL Player of the Week: Aug. 16, 2015Pacific League MVP (Japan): 2008.

IWAKUMAs PLAYING RECORD


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

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2001 KINTETSU 4-2 4.53 9 8 1 1 0 43.2 46 28 22 3 3 13 25 1 0
2002 KINTETSU 8-7 3.69 23 23 2 0 0 141.1 132 62 58 10 8 42 131 4 1
2003 KINTETSU 15-10 3.45 27 27 *11 0 0 195.2 201 85 75 19 3 48 149 2 0
2004 KINTETSU *15-2 3.01 21 21 7 1 0 158.2 149 57 53 13 8 30 123 0 0
2005 RAKUTEN 9-15 4.99 27 27 9 0 0 182.1 218 113 101 19 6 40 124 7 0
2006 RAKUTEN 1-2 3.72 6 6 2 0 0 38.2 43 18 16 4 1 12 16 0 0
2007 RAKUTEN 5-5 3.40 16 16 0 0 0 90.0 95 47 34 6 2 23 84 0 0
2008 RAKUTEN 21-4 1.87 28 28 5 2 0 201.2 161 48 42 3 4 36 159 4 0
2009 RAKUTEN 13-6 3.25 24 24 5 0 0 169.0 179 62 61 15 6 43 121 3 0
2010 RAKUTEN 10-9 2.82 28 28 4 1 0 201.0 184 68 63 11 12 36 153 1 1
2011 RAKUTEN 6-7 2.42 17 17 2 1 0 119.0 106 34 32 6 5 19 90 1 0
2012 SEATTLE 9-5 3.16 30 16 0 0 2 125.1 117 49 44 17 3 43 101 5 0
2013 SEATTLE 14-6 2.66 33 33 0 0 0 219.2 179 69 65 25 2 42 185 10 0
2014 Tacoma # 0-0 4.50 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 6 3 2 0 0 0 2 0 0
SEATTLE 15-9 3.52 28 28 0 0 0 179.0 167 70 70 20 2 21 154 2 0
2015 SEATTLE 9-5 3.54 20 20 1 1 0 129.2 117 53 51 18 1 21 111 1 0
Everett # 0-0 2.45 1 1 0 0 0 3.2 3 1 1 1 0 0 3 1 0
Tacoma # 1-0 0.93 2 2 0 0 0 9.2 8 1 1 0 0 2 10 0 0
2016 SEATTLE 16-12 4.12 33 33 0 0 0 199.0 218 95 91 28 5 46 147 4 0
Minor Lg Totals 1-0 2.08 4 4 0 0 0 17.1 17 5 4 1 0 2 15 1 0
Japan Totals 107-69 3.25 226 225 48 6 0 1541.0 1514 622 557 109 58 342 1175 23 2
ML Totals 63-37 3.39 144 130 1 1 2 852.2 798 336 321 108 13 173 698 22 0
All-Star # MLB Rehab Assignment
BATTING AVG AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
Career .000 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 8 0 0 .000 .083
Last Hit - None Last Home Run - None

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR
CLUB, SITE W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2013
AL, New York (NL) Did Not Pitch

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC


YEAR
CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2009
Japan 1-1 1.35 4 3 0 0 0 20.0 12 3 3 1 0 6 15 0 0

IWAKUMAs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Kintetsu in the 5th round of Japans 1999 amateur draft.
Contract purchased by Rakuten Eagles from Orix Buffaloes, December 2004.
Signed by Seattle as a free agent, Jan. 5, 2012.
Signed a contract extension through 2014 with an option for 2015, Nov. 2, 2012.
On 15-day disabled list March 21-May 3, 2014 with a torn tendon in right index finger
included rehab assignment with AAA Tacoma.
On 15-day disabled list April 21-July 6 with right lat strainincluded rehabilitation
assignment with Everett and Tacoma.
Re-Signed by Seattle as a free agent through 2016 with vesting options for 2017 and 2018
on Dec. 17, 2015.

MARINERS NO-HITTERS
During the 40 years of Mariners baseball, there have been four individual no-hitters (1
perfect game), 1 combined no-hitter (6/8/12 vs. LAD), 12 1-hitters (last: Taijuan Walker,
7/31/15 at MIN) and 34 2-hitters (last: Aaron Harang, 6/11/13 vs. HOU)listed below is
the information on the Mariners four individual no-hitters:
Pitcher Date Opp. Score IP H R ER BB SO
Randy Johnson 6/2/90 vs. DET 2-0 9.0 0 0 0 6 8
Chris Bosio 4/22/93 vs. BOS 7-0 9.0 0 0 0 2 4
Felix Hernandez*
8/15/12 vs. TB 1-0 9.0 0 0 0 0 12
Hisashi Iwakuma 8/12/15 vs. BAL 3-0 9.0 0 0 0 3 7
* Perfect Game

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LEONYS MARTIN (12)
POSITION: Outfielder
AGE: 28, turns 29 March 6 BORN: 3-6-88 in Villa Clara, Cuba
BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 200
ML SERVICE: 4 years, 78 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: From Texas, with Anthony Bass (rhp), in exchange for
2017 MARINERS

Tom Wilhelmsen (rhp), James Jones (of) & PTBNL on Nov. 16, 2015
PRONUNCIATION: Leonys (lay-OH-niece) Martin (mar-TEEN)

2016:
Totals Hit .247 (128x518) with 72 MARTINs CAREER HIGHS
runs, 17 doubles, 3 triples, 15 home MOST HITS: 4 3 times, last: 9/12/16 at LAA
runs, 47 RBI and 24 steals in 143 games. MOST HOME RUNS:
Career Year - Career-highs in runs 2 2 times, last: 7/20/16 vs. CWS
(72), home runs (15), walks (44), total MOST RBI:
bases (196) and strikeouts (149). 4 2 times, last 4/18/14 vs. CWS (w/ TEX)
Center Cut - One of 4 center fielders MOST STOLEN BASES:
in the Majors to record at least 15 3 2 times, last 8/7/13 at LAA (w/ TEX)
home runs and 20 stolen bases LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
(also: Ian Desmond-TEX, Odubel 15 6/15-7/2/13 (w/ TEX)
Herrera-PHI & Mike Trout-LAA). CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None
Speed Racer - Had 24 stolen bases,
his 3rd season with 20+ steals in last 4 years (2014 w/TEX: 31 SB & 2013 w/TEX: 36 SB).
Exist to Assist - Ranked 2nd among American League center fielders with 11 outfield
assiststrailed only Bostons Jackie Bradley Jr. (13).
Walk-Offs - One of 14 players in club history with multiple walk-off homers in single
season; vs. Oaklands Ryan Madson on May 24 and Chicago-ALs Dan Jennings July 20.
Let There Be Light - Ranked 10th in the AL with a .325 (53x163) average during day games.
On a Roll - Season-high 9-game hit streak, May 1725 (.500/15x30).
Red Hot - Twice equaled a career-high with 4 hits (5/22 at CIN & 9/12 at LAA).
Double Up - Career-best 3 doubles on Sept. 12 at Los Angeles-AL (4x4, 3 R, 3 2B).
On the DL - Placed on 15-day disabled list on May 27 (retroactive to May 26) after leaving
the game on May 25 with a strained left hamstringactivated from the DL on June 10.
PERSONAL: Leonys Martin Tapanesmarried to the former Yaimira Perezdefected from
Cuba in summer of 2010established residency in Mexico before signing with Texas
resides in Weston, FL.signed by Mike Daly, Chu Halabi, Jose Fernandez & Don Welke.
CUBA: Last played for Cubas national team during the FISU World University Championships
in July and August of 2010 in Taiwanon base when teammate Alfredo Despaignes hit
walk-off 3-run homer to defeat Team USA in Gold Medal game on Aug. 7career .314
(417x1329) average over five seasons with Villa Clara in Serie Nacional Cuban League
in 2009/10 ranked 2nd in league in stolen bases (30) and T6th in runs (82)played for
Cuba in 2009 World Port Tournament at Rotterdam, The Netherlands, hitting .310 with 7
RBIwas Cubas 4th outfielder in the 2009 World Baseball Classic, going 2-for-7 with 3
runs while appearing 5 of teams 6 games in Mexico City and San Diegowas All-Star as
utility player in 2008-09, T2nd in league in steals (17), 4th in runs (83) and 5th in walks (78)
for Villa Clarain 2007-08, ranked 2nd in league to Yoandry Garlobo with .398 (105x264)
average with 4 homers, 34 RBI, and 63 runs and was T2nd in league in triples (9) and 6th
in steals (13)played for Cuba in 2006 World Junior Championship in Sancti Spiritus.
2011: Advanced from Double-A to Majors in first seasonsigned as free agent on May 4
and made pro debut with AA Frisco May 12 vs. Corpus Christihit .348 (39x112) with
24 runs, 9 doubles, 2 triples, 4 home runs and 24 RBI with Friscoon DL June 9-28 with
lower back tightnessfour rehab games in AZLpromoted to AAA Round Rock July
9recalled by Texas Aug. 30 and appeared in 8 gamesMLB debut Sept. 2 at Boston
after appearing in just 73 minor league games, the fewest pro games by any Texas player
prior to big league debut since Pete Incaviglia (directly from college to Majors in 1986)
pinch-hit for Josh Hamilton in 8th and singled on second pitch from Tim Wakefield in first
plate appearanceon Sept. 24 vs. Seattle, became first Texas player with 2 runs and 3
total bases in first start since Ruben Mateo on 6/12/99 vs. Coloradospent portion of
postseason traveling with club before assignment to Arizona Fall League with Surprise.
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MARTIN, L (continued)
2012: In three stints (June 15-July 29, Aug. 17-19, and Sept. 1-end of season) with Texas,
started 12 games in center and one in lefthad a double and triple in the same game on
both June 24 and June 27, becoming 4th player since 1918 to accomplish that twice in
first 14 MLB games, joining Babe Ganzel, WAS in 1927; Johnny Blatnik, PHI-NL in 1948;
Gary Ward, MIN in 1980spent most of season with AAA Round Rock and finished 2nd
in hitting (.359) and 3rd in on-base percentage (.422) and slugging (.622) among PCL

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players (min. 225 AB)on DL with torn ulnar collateral ligament in left thumb, May 2-June
6named organizations Minor League Player of the Month for Augustplayed 37
games for Licey in Dominican Winter League, batting .253 with 4 home runs and 19 RBI.
2013: Led A.L. with 11 bunt hits and ranked in sacrifice bunts (2nd, 12), steals (5th, 36),
triples (T6th, 6) and infield hits (8th, 25)was 2nd on club in stealshit .292 in 89 games
in 9th spot in batting order, 2nd-best in Majorsfirst MLB homer, April 21 vs. Seattle
career best 15-game hit streak, June 15-July 23rd in Majors with 14 outfield assists (6
at home plate), most for Texas since Ruben Sierra (15) in 1991played for Licey in DWL.
2014: Led A.L. with 17 bunt hits, 2nd in Majors (Dee Gordon, 20, LAD) and ranked among
leaders in infield hits (2nd, 32), steals (T5th, 31) and triples (T8th, 7)led Texas in steals
and sacrifice hits (7), was 2nd in games (155), multi-hit games (40), and triples (tied), and
3rd in at-bats (533), runs (68), hits (146), and batting average (.274)hit .331 (53x160) in
his final 42 games, T7th best among A.L. qualifiers (137+ PA)hit .298 (45x151) with a
.354 OBP in 40 games/35 starts in the leadoff spotled MLB outfielders in total chances
(434) and putouts (415)set club record for outfield putouts and tied mark for chances
(Juan Beniquez, 1976)T6th in A.L. in assists (11), 2nd among CF (Jackie Bradley, Jr.,
13, BOS)2nd Rangers centerfielder with 11+ assists in consecutive seasons (Mickey
Rivers, 1980-81)became seventh Texas player with consecutive 30+ steal seasons.
2015: Hit .219 (63x288) with 12 doubles, 5 home runs and 25 RBI in 95 games in two stints
with Texasranked T5th in A.L. with 13 outfield assists despite appearing in 92 MLB
gamesin first 31 games of season, hit .198 (24x121)over next 23 games, hit .347
(26x75)in final 41 games of season, hit .141 (13x92)optioned to AAA Round Rock
on Aug. 3hit .297 (11x37) with Round Rocksuffered hamate fracture on right hand
Aug. 13 vs. Colorado Springsspent remainder of season on Round Rocks disabled list
underwent surgery on Aug. 26 to remove hamate boneactivated from minor league DL
and recalled to Texas on Sept. 20 but made only one appearance.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

MARTINs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2005 Villa Clara .247 53 73 25 18 25 2 1 1 9 2 0 2 12 14 3 1 .342 .368
2006 Villa Clara .255 78 200 35 51 71 4 2 4 22 7 1 9 27 42 4 3 .355 .367
2007 Villa Clara .398 77 264 63 105 149 14 9 4 34 8 0 12 42 49 13 5 .564 .500
2008 Villa Clara .311 77 244 83 76 120 11 0 11 43 5 1 9 78 48 17 7 .492 .491
2009 Villa Clara .326 82 322 82 105 160 23 1 10 48 4 1 13 52 44 30 13 .497 .438
2011 Frisco .348 29 112 24 39 64 9 2 4 24 4 1 3 15 8 10 8 .571 .435
AZL Rangers .267 4 15 2 4 8 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 6 0 1 .533 .313
Round Rock .263 40 175 27 46 55 7 1 0 17 2 1 3 11 24 9 2 .314 .316
TEXAS .375 8 8 2 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .500 .375
2012 Round Rock .359 55 231 48 83 141 18 2 12 42 2 1 2 24 39 10 9 .610 .422
TEXAS .174 24 46 6 8 17 5 2 0 6 1 1 0 4 12 3 0 .370 .235
2013 TEXAS .260 147 457 66 119 176 21 6 8 49 12 3 8 28 104 36 9 .385 .313
2014 TEXAS .274 155 533 68 146 194 13 7 7 40 7 2 2 39 114 31 12 .364 .325
2015 TEXAS .219 95 288 26 63 90 12 0 5 25 3 1 2 16 69 14 5 .313 .264
Round Rock .297 9 37 7 11 20 3 0 2 4 0 1 0 5 4 2 1 .541 .372
2016 SEATTLE .247 143 518 72 128 196 17 3 15 47 4 7 3 44 149 24 6 .378 .306
Minor Lg Totals .321 137 570 108 183 288 37 7 18 88 8 4 8 56 81 31 21 .505 .387
ML Totals .252 572 1850 240 467 677 69 18 35 167 27 14 15 131 449 108 32 .366 .305

MARTINs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Signed by Texas as a non-drafted free agent on May 4, 2011Signed by scouts Mike
Daly, Chu Halabi, Jose Fernandez and Don Welke.
Acquired by Seattle from Texas, along with Anthony Bass (rhp), in exchange for Tom
Wilhelmsen (rhp), James Jones (of) and a player to be named later on Nov. 16, 2015
Patrick Kivlehan (inf) sent to Texas to complete trade on Dec. 2, 2015.
On 15-day disabled list May 27 (retro to May 26)-June 10 with strained left hamstring.
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ARIEL MIRANDA (37)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 28 BORN: 1-10-1989 in Havana, Cuba
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 190
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 61 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017.
ACQUIRED: In trade with Baltimore in exchange for Wade Miley (lhp)
2017 MARINERS

on July 31, 2016

2016:
With Seattle Was 5-2 with 3.88 ERA MIRANDAs CAREER HIGHS
(25 ER, 58.0 IP) with 44 strikeouts in MOST STRIKEOUTS: 8 9/18/16 vs. HOU
12 games, 10 starts with Seattle. LOW-HIT GAME: None
Four Straight - Won four consecu- LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
tive starts (Sept. 2 vs. Los Angeles- 4 9/2-18/16
AL, Sept. 7 vs. Texas, Sept. 12 at Los
LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
Angeles-AL & Sept. 18 vs. Houston),
1 2 times, last: 9/24/16-current
going 4-0 with a 2.16 ERA (6 ER, 25.0
IP) with 20 strikeoutshes 1 of just 3 MOST INNINGS: 7.0 9/18/16 vs. HOU
Mariners rookie pitchers in club history
to win 4 games in September, joining Mark Langston (4-1, 1984) & Gil Meche (4-0, 1999).
Limiting Damage - Allowed 3 earned runs or less in 9 of 10 starts, 2-or-less in 5 of 10 starts.
Making Them Earn It - Allowed a solo home run in top of 3rd inning on Sept. 18 vs. Hou-
ton, first earned run he had allowed since 1st inning on Sept. 2 vs. Angels; streak of 19.0
consecutive innings without allowing an earned run is 5th-longest such streak by a Mariners
rookie pitcher in club historythe club record for consecutive innings without allowing an
earned run as a rookie is held by Matt Young (23.1 IP, 5/3/83-5/24-83).
First Win - First MLB win in Seattles 6-5 15-inning win vs. Detroit on Aug. 9pitched in
relief in 15th inning, allowing solo-homer to Victor Martinez.
Mariners Debut - First Major League start for Seattle on Aug. 4 vs. Bostonwent 6.0 in-
nings allowing 2 runs on 8 hits, while striking out 5.
Cuban Mariner - Became 4th Cuban-born pitcher to pitch with Seattle (3rd to start), joining
Roenis Elias (51 games, 49 starts), Diego Segui (40 G, 7 GS) & Tony Fossas (23 G).
Debut - Made MLB debut on July 3, 2016 at Seattle with Baltimoreallowed 3 runs on 4 hits
while striking out 4 over 2.0 innings in relief (2.0,4,3,3,0,4).
Norfolk Finish - Over final 7 starts with Norfolk dating back to June 18, Miranda went 3-0
with a 1.93 ERA (9 ER, 42.0 IP), 33 strikeouts and 11 walks went at least 6.0 innings in 5 of
his last 7 startsheld opponents to 2 or fewer earned runs in 5 of his 7 starts and 3 or fewer
earned runs in each of his 7 startslimited opponents to 5 or fewer hits in 5 of the 7 starts.
AAA Norfolk - Went 4-7 with a 3.93 ERA (44 ER, 100.2 IP) with 87 strikeouts and 31 walks in
19 starts with the AAA Norfolk (Baltimore) this seasonheld opponents to 2 earned runs or
fewer in 5 of his last 7 starts, 3 earned runs or fewer in each of his last 7 starts (6/187/29)
limited opponents to .249 (95x381) average against.
PERSONAL: Ariel Gil Mirandaattended Camilo Cienfuegos High School (Cuba)defected from
Cuba in 2014resides in Miramar, FL with wife Taimi and their twin boys Addriel and Addiel.
CAREER: Played for seven seasons in Cuba before defecting in 2014 and signing with Baltimore
(2015-16) before his trade to Seattle (2016).
CUBA: Played in 7 seasons with La Habana, Mayabeque, Industriales and Isla de la Juventud
in the Serie Nacional Cuban Leaguewent a combined 22-25 with a 3.78 ERA (162 ER,
386.0 IP) with 274 strikeouts and 151 walks in 80 career games, including 64 startsmade
his debut at the age of 18 with La Habana in 2007.
2014: Did not play professional baseball in 2014 after defecting from Cuba that year.
2015: Was 6-3 with 3.60 ERA (28 ER, 70.0 IP) with 71 strikeouts and 26 walks in 14 combined
starts with the GCL Orioles, A Frederick and AA Bowienamed Carolina League Pitcher
of the Week for July 13-19, after going 1-0 with a 0.81 ERA (1 ER, 11.0 IP) in 2 starts for
A Frederickfirst professional win on July 19 with A Frederick Keys vs. Potomac (WAS)
struck out season high 10 batters over a season-high 7.0 innings with AA Bowie on Aug.
15, at Harrisburgon Bowies 7-day disabled list with left shoulder inflammation on Sept. 1.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None
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MIRANDA (continued)
MIRANDAs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2007 La Habana 0-0 27.00 1 0 0 0 0 0.1 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0
2008 La Habana 1-0 10.29 9 0 0 0 0 7.0 14 9 8 0 1 4 7 1 0
2009 La Habana 0-1 13.50 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 4 3 3 1 0 2 0 0 0
2010 La Habana 4-3 5.07 15 12 0 0 0 49.2 51 35 28 5 0 26 22 1 0
2011 Mayabeque 4-11 3.40 20 19 2 1 0 121.2 120 56 46 9 1 48 77 12 1

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2012 Mayabeque 5-3 3.35 11 11 0 0 0 75.1 68 29 28 7 1 22 39 6 0
Industriales 3-3 3.44 9 9 0 0 0 52.1 48 21 20 4 0 19 49 2 0
2013 Isla de la Juventud
0-2 6.75 2 2 0 0 0 9.1 14 8 7 1 0 4 7 1 0
2013 Mayabeque 5-2 2.77 11 11 1 1 0 68.1 53 24 21 6 2 24 73 8 0
2015 GCL Orioles 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 3.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0
Frederick 1-1 4.09 5 5 0 0 0 22.0 16 10 10 2 1 8 24 0 1
Bowie 5-2 3.60 8 8 0 0 0 45.0 40 23 18 1 2 18 41 3 0
2016 Norfolk 4-7 3.93 19 19 0 0 0 100.2 95 47 44 11 2 31 87 1 0
BALTIMORE 0-0 13.50 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 4 3 3 0 0 0 4 0 0
SEATTLE 5-2 3.54 11 10 0 0 0 56.0 43 25 22 12 0 18 40 2 0
Minor Lg Totals 10-10 3.80 33 33 0 0 0 170.2 152 80 72 14 5 57 158 4 1
Cuban Lg Totals 22-25 3.78 80 64 3 2 0 386.0 373 187 162 33 5 151 274 31 1
ML Totals 5-2 3.88 12 10 0 0 0 58.0 47 28 25 12 0 18 44 2 0

MIRANDAs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Signed by Baltimore as a minor league free agent on May 2, 2015
Acquired by Seattle in a trade with Baltimore, in exchange for Wade Miley (lhp) on July
31, 2016.

HIGHEST SAFECO FIELD BATTING AVERAGE


1. Ichiro..................................................... .319 (1238x3875)
2. Jose Vidro................................................. .303 (136x449)
3. Robinson Can...................................... .295 (311x1056)
4. Edgar Martinez........................................ .293 (380x1298)
5. Torii Hunter.................................................. .291 (88x302)
* min 300 AB

LOWEST SAFECO FIELD ERA


1. Felix Hernandez........................ 3.12 (433 ER, 1250.1 IP)
2. Jason Vargas.................................3.27 (139 ER, 383.0 IP)
3. Hisashi Iwakuma........................ 3.36 (169 ER, 453.0 IP)
4. Jamie Moyer.................................3.55 (319 ER, 808.0 IP)
5. Doug Fister....................................3.57 (102 ER, 257.1 IP)
* min 200.0 IP

MARINERS CARE
Mariners Care, the Seattle Mariners non-profit foundation, and its corporate
partners, helped provide over $1 million for a variety of charitable programs throughout
the Northwest. Since 2000, Mariners Care has helped raise over $16 million to benefit
primarily youth-oriented community service programs.

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TAYLOR MOTTER (21)
POSITION: Infielder/Outfielder
AGE: 27, turns 28 Sept. 18 BORN: 9-18-89 in Palm Beach Gardens, FL
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 195
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 49 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In trade along with Richie Shaffer (inf) from Tampa Bay
2017 MARINERS

in exchange for Dalton Kelly (inf), Andrew Kittredge (rhp) and Dylan
Thompson (rhp) on Nov. 18, 2016
2016:
Totals Hit .188 (15x80) with 11 runs, MOTTERs CAREER HIGHS
3 doubles, 2 home runs and 9 RBI MOST HITS: 3 2 times; last: 6/27/16 vs. BOS
in 33 games during two stints with MOST HOME RUNS:
Tampa Bay (May 15July 1, Aug 2) 1 2 times; last: 5/23/16 at MIA (w/TB)
made 21 starts (SS-7, 2B-4, LF-4, MOST RBI: 2 5/23/16 at MIA (w/TB)
3B-3, RF-2, 1B-1). MOST STOLEN BASES: None
Debut - Major League debut with LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
Tampa Bay on May 16 at Toronto and 2 2 times; last: 6/3-6/16
became only player since 1913 to CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None
play shortstop and in the outfield in
his Major League debut and the eighth to play the infield and outfield in his debut.
First Hit - Infield single off Torontos J.A. Happ in the first inning on May 16 at Toronto.
Pinch Me - Pinch-hit homer in 9th inning off Drew Storen on May 17 at Toronto.
Versatile - Played all four spots in the infield and both corner outfield positions.
Pitching In - Sixth position player to pitch in Rays history on July 1 vs. DET (0.1 IP, 1H).
Minors - Hit .229 (80x350) with 17 doubles, 13 home runs, 46 RBI in 88 games for AAA Durham.
Good Week - Named the International League Batter of the Week for July 25-31.
PERSONAL: Taylor Davis Motterattended Palm Beach Gardens (FL) High School, where
he also played basketballplayed three seasons at Coastal Carolina Universityhelped
the Chanticleers to three straight Big South Conference titlesnamed to First Team Big
South Conference in 2010 and named a Freshman All-American by Louisville Slugger/
Collegiate Baseball in 2009Motter estimates he broke more than 15 bones as a kid
hes an avid off-shore fishermanhis father, William, is a retired firefighter and his mother,
Laurie, is a retired ultrastenographer (screens for breast cancer).
CAREER: Has appeared at seven defensive positions in the minors (1B-3 G, 2B-60, 3B-111,
SS-89, LF-77, CF-30, RF-165)enters season with 42 outfield assists in minors.
2011: Named to Appalachian League All-Star Team for R-Princeton in pro debutled league
in OBP (.436) and finished 2nd in steals (22)promoted to Bowling Green in September.
2012: In 2012 finished 5th in the organization with 24 SB while at Class-A Bowling Green.
2013: Spent season with A Charlottealso pitched one scoreless inning for the Stone Crabs
on Aug 15played in 4 games with the GCL Rays over a pair of rehab assignments.
2014: With AA Montgomery, had club record 24 outfield assists, most among minor
league players and one shy of the Southern League record set in 1967 by Barry Morgan
(Montgomery)had 16 home runs, 4th most among Rays farmhandsnamed a Southern
League midseason and postseason All-Starwent 3-for-3 with a home run to earn All-
Star Game MVP honors and led the South Division to a 6-4 victoryplayed for Bravos de
Margarita of the Venezuelan Winter League where he had 6 outfield assists.
2015: Spent season with AAA Durham and was named their Most Valuable Player by Rays
Baseball Operations departmentadded to 40-man roster in Novembermidseason
and postseason International League All-Star as utility playernamed Triple-A All-Star by
Baseball America after seasonhis 43 doubles led IL and tied for 3rd in the minorsled
IL with 58 extra-base hitsranked among IL leaders with 229 total bases (3rd), .471 SLG
(3rd), 142 hits (4th), .366 OBP (4th), 74 runs (4th) and .292 avg. (8th)hit .370 (50x135)
with 19 doubles against left-handersJuly Rays Minor League Player of the Month,
hitting .351 (27x77)played for Escogido of Dominican Winter League.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

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MOTTER (continued)
MOTTERs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2011 Princeton .323 46 158 37 51 76 13 0 4 23 0 3 1 33 26 22 2 .481 .436
Bowling Green .182 3 11 1 2 5 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 4 1 0 .455 .250
2012 Bowling Green .244 99 303 41 74 110 17 2 5 37 5 0 3 50 60 24 12 .363 .357
2013 Charlotte .290 67 210 26 61 88 14 2 3 21 5 1 1 22 29 20 8 .419 .359
GCL Rays .364 4 11 1 4 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 .545 .462

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2014 Montgomery .274 119 452 60 124 197 19 3 16 61 6 9 5 34 71 15 7 .436 .326
2015 Durham .292 127 486 74 142 229 43 1 14 72 1 9 5 57 95 26 8 .471 .366
2016 Durham .229 88 350 44 80 136 17 0 13 46 0 2 2 33 65 19 4 .389 .297
TAMPA BAY .188 33 80 11 15 24 3 0 2 9 0 1 1 11 19 0 1 .300 .290
Minor Lg Totals .272 553 1981 284 538 847 125 8 56 263 17 24 17 232 351 127 41 .428 .349
ML Totals .188 33 80 11 15 24 3 0 2 9 0 1 1 11 19 0 1 .300 .290
# MLB Rehab Assignment

MOTTERs PITCHING RECORD


YEAR
CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2016
TAMPA BAY 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 0.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

MOTTERs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Tampa Bay in the 17th round of the 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft;
signed by scout Brad Matthews.
Acquired by Seattle along with Richie Shaffer (inf) from Tampa Bay in exchange for
Dalton Kelly (inf), Andrew Kittredge (rhp) and Dylan Thompson (rhp) on Nov. 18, 2016.

MARINERS WITH 4 EXTRA BASE HITS IN A GAME


Player Date Opp. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI XBH
Mike Blowers 5/24/1995 BOS 5 2 4 2 1 1 8 4
Ken Griffey Jr. 7/1/1998 COL 5 2 4 3 0 1 2 4
Mike Cameron 5/2/2002 at CWS 5 4 4 0 0 4 4 4
Adrian Beltre 5/28/2007 at LAA 5 3 4 2 0 2 3 4
Raul Ibaez 6/11/2007 at CLE 5 2 4 1 1 2 5 4
Adrian Beltre 7/6/2007 at OAK 5 2 5 2 0 2 3 4
Kyle Seager 6/2/2014 at NYY 5 3 4 1 2 1 3 4

BATTING FIRST AT HOME?


On Sept. 26, 2007, the Mariners played the Cleveland Indians at Safeco Field and
batted firstdue to a previous snow out in Cleveland, it marked the first time since
1913 a team batted first in its own ballpark, but the game still counted as a Mariners
home gameToronto and Philadelphia played a three-game series under similar
circumstances June 25-27, 2010 with the Blue Jays playing as the home team at
Citizen Bank Parkuntil 1950, when it was formally abolished, the home team had the
right to choose whether it batted in the top or bottom of the inningnear the turn of the
century, when only one ball was used in a game, it was considered advantageous to hit
first, before the ball got dirty and softthe practice had died out by the 19-teens.

NL RULES IN AL PARK
The Mariners and Marlins played a three-game series in Seattle June 24-26, 2011 in
Interleague playdue to a schedule conflict in Florida, the series was played at Safeco
Field, using National League rules (No DH, FLA will be bat second)the Mariners took
2 of 3 in the series in what was the first time NL rules were used in an AL ballpark
during Interleague playthe Marlins and Expos played a pair of games at Chicagos U.S.
Cellular Field Sept. 13-14, 2004 due to a hurricane threatinformation courtesy of David
Smith/retrosheet.org.

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SHAWN OMALLEY (36)
POSITION: Infielder/Outfielder
AGE: 29 BORN: 12-28-87 in Richland, WA
BATS: Switch THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 175
ML SERVICE: 1 years, 32 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Jan. 22, 2015
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2016:
MLB Totals - Hit .229 (48x210) with OMALLEYs CAREER HIGHS
24 runs, 9 doubles, 2 triples, 2 home MOST HITS: 3 3 times, last: 8/4/16 vs. BOS
runs, 17 RBI and 18 walks in 89 MOST HOME RUNS: 1 3 times, last:
games with Seattle. 8/6/16 vs. LAA
For the Win - Hit a game-winning MOST RBI: 3 8/6/16 vs. LAA
3-run home run in the bottom of MOST STOLEN BASES:
the 7th inning on Aug. 6 vs. LAA 1 11 times, last: 9/29/16 vs. TOR
marked a career-high with 3 RBI. LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
Here to Stay - Appeared in a career- 4 2 times, last: 7/10-17/16
high 89 games with Seattle after being CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None
recalled from AAA Tacoma on May 15.
Versatile - Made appearances
defensively at shortstop (36 games, 29 starts), right field (19 G, 2 GS), left field (15 G, 9 GS),
2nd base (12 G, 3 GS), 3rd base (7 G, 3 GS) and center field (5 G, 3 GS).
Rainiers Land - Began the season with AAA Tacoma, where he hit .317 (26x82) with 15
runs, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 1 home run, 13 RBI, 5 stolen bases, a .412 on-base mark and a
.439 slugging percentage in 25 games.
PERSONAL: Shawn Michael OMalleyattended Southridge High School in Kennewick,
Washcommitted to play college baseball for Washington State before signing with the
Raysas a junior in high school was named the Big Nine Conference Player of the Year,
hitting over .500 without committing an errorwas also All-State First Team in football
as a wide receiver, defensive back and kick returnernamed to the Seattle Times 4A All-
State football team and was the All-Big Nine League MVP as a wide receiver in 2005
selected as a 2006 USA Today High School Baseball All-America team.
2006: Made his pro debut with Rookie-level Princeton at the age of 18hit .213 (34x160)
with 28 runs, 4 doubles, 1 triple, 1 home run, 10 RBI and 10 stolen bases in 50 games.
2007: Started season hitting .100 (4x40) over 11 games in June but rebounded to hit .289
(35x121) over last 37 games in July and Augustoverall, hit .242 (39x161) with 21 runs,
6 doubles, 4 triples, 10 RBI and 12 stolen bases in 48 games with short-A Hudson Valley.
2008: In 91 games with A Columbus, batted .237 (79x334) with 48 runs, 14 doubles, 3
triples, 23 RBI and 28 stolen basesranked by Baseball America as the No. 30 prospect
in the Rays organization following the season.
2009: Spent the season with advanced-A Charlotte, where he hit .268 (98x366) with 73 runs,
9 doubles, 2 triples, 1 home run, 27 RBI and 40 stolen bases in 103 gameshis 40 steals
ranked 2nd in the organization and 4th in the Florida State Leaguenamed to the Florida
State League midseason All-Star Teamhit .313 (20x64) in 20 games with Phoenix in AFL.
2010: Began year with AA Montgomery, batting .181 (26x144) with 18 runs, 1 double, 3
triples, 7 RBI and 9 stolen basessidelined after 44 games with Montgomery due to right
shoulder injuryhad rehab stints with A Charlotte and GCL Rays after All-Star break.
2011: In 79 games with AA Montgomery, hit .276 (85x308) with 55 runs, 8 doubles, 5 triples,
1 home run, 23 RBI and 24 stealshis 24 stolen bases ranked 5th in the Southern League.
2012: Split the season between AAA Durham and AA Montgomeryopened the season
with Durham and matched a club record with 5 SB on May 11 at Scranton/WB.
2013: Hit .262 (84x321) with 53 runs, 12 doubles, 6 triples, 3 home runs & 32 RBI in 91 games with Montgomery.
2014: Hit .188 (3x16) with 3 runs and 1 RBI in 11 games with the Angelsmade MLB debut
Sept. 7 at Minnesota, singling in his first plate appearanceplayed at three levels in the
system: Salt Lake (89 G), AA Arkansas (11 G) and AZL Angels (3 G), combining to bat .317
(114x360) with 19 doubles, 11 triples, 4 home runs and 46 RBIMid-Season PCL All-Star.

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OMALLEY (continued)
2015: Hit .262 (11x42) with 10 runs, 1 double, 1 home run, 7 RBI and .418 on-base mark
in 24 games with Seattle after selection from AAA Tacoma on Sept. 1appeared with
the Mariners at center field (14 games, 10 starts), left field (4 G, 1 GS), right field (3 G, 1
GS) and 3rd base (3G)reached base safely in 13 of 24 games including 9 of the first
11 gamesin his first 11 games, reached base 19 times via hit (10) or walk (9), batting
.417 (10x24) with 8 runs, 1 double, 1 home run and 5 RBIwent 3-for-4 with 2 RBI in

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his Mariners debut Sept. 2 at Houstonaccording to Elias Sports Bureau became 4th
player with 3+ hits and 2+ RBI in first game with Seattle, joining Henry Cotto (4/6/88
at OAK), Eliezer Alfonzo (5/30/10 at LAA) & Seth Smith (4/6/15 vs. LAA)in 89 games
with AAA Tacoma, hit .297 (92x310) with 50 runs, 11 doubles, 5 triples, 5 home runs,
39 RBI, 19 walks and 20 stolen baseshit .376 (47x125) in 32-game stretch from May
27-June 30 (before going on DL)led the PCL in batting during this time frameplaced
on the minor league DL with left hand injury on July 1-Aug. 1; included a 3-game rehab
assignment with Everett, July 29-31recorded his first career multi-homer game Aug. 27
vs. Nashville (3x4, 2B, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 10 TB)signed with the Mariners as a minor league
free agent with an invite to Spring Training on Jan. 22.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

OMALLEYs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2006 Princeton .213 50 160 28 34 43 4 1 1 10 5 1 7 16 38 10 3 .269 .310
2007 Hudson Valley .242 48 161 21 39 53 6 4 0 10 7 0 5 20 40 12 3 .329 .344
2008 Columbus .237 91 334 48 79 99 14 3 0 23 8 2 11 34 77 28 14 .296 .325
2009 Charlotte .268 103 366 73 98 114 9 2 1 27 6 2 15 58 80 40 14 .311 .388
2010 Montgomery .181 44 144 18 26 33 1 3 0 7 3 0 6 16 32 9 1 .229 .289
GCL Rays .375 2 8 1 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 .375 .400
Charlotte .320 8 25 8 8 14 2 2 0 3 2 0 3 4 2 4 0 .560 .469
2011 Montgomery .276 79 308 55 85 106 8 5 1 23 7 1 4 42 58 24 13 .344 .369
2012 Durham .245 67 216 32 53 67 4 2 2 18 7 4 3 17 49 11 1 .310 .304
Montgomery .231 35 121 22 28 37 3 3 0 5 3 1 2 17 24 7 3 .306 .333
2013 Montgomery .262 91 321 53 84 117 12 6 3 32 11 3 6 32 60 24 3 .364 .337
2014 Arkansas .188 11 32 3 6 8 0 1 0 5 1 1 0 6 8 1 0 .250 .308
Salt Lake .330 89 318 60 105 151 19 9 3 38 9 3 7 39 44 13 4 .475 .411
AZL Angels .300 3 10 3 3 8 0 1 1 4 1 0 0 1 4 1 0 .800 .364
LOS ANGELES-AL
.188 11 16 3 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 8 2 0 .188 .188
2015 Tacoma .297 89 310 50 92 128 11 5 5 39 8 2 5 19 47 20 7 .413 .345
Everett .182 3 11 1 2 3 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 .273 .182
SEATTLE .262 24 42 10 11 15 1 0 1 7 2 1 0 12 14 3 0 .357 .418
2016 Tacoma .317 25 82 15 26 36 5 1 1 13 3 1 1 13 18 5 1 .439 .412
SEATTLE .229 89 210 24 48 67 9 2 2 17 1 0 3 18 59 6 2 .319 .299
Minor Lg Totals .263 838 2927 491 771 1020 99 48 18 260 82 22 76 334 585 211 67 .348 .352
ML Totals .231 124 268 37 62 85 10 2 3 25 3 1 3 30 81 11 2 .317 .315

OMALLEYs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Tampa Bay in the 5th round of the 2006 June draftSigned by Rays scout
Paul Kirsch.
Signed by Los Angeles (AL) as a minor league free agent, Dec. 18, 2013.
Signed by Seattle as a minor league free agent, Jan. 22, 2015.

THE MARINER MOOSE


On Opening Night, 1990, the Mariner Moose became the first mascot in team history. The
Moose was selected from over 2,500 entries submitted by children 14 and under across the
Pacific Northwest. It was the idea of Ammon Spiller, a fifth grader from Central Elementary
School in Ferndale, WA. The Mariner Moose is available for some public appearances. Call the
Mariners office at (206) 346-4000 for details.

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DILLON OVERTON (60)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 25, turns 26 Aug. 17 BORN: 8-17-91 in Clinton, OK
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 172
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 33 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In trade with Oakland in exchange for Jason Goldstein
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(c) on Jan. 26, 2017

2016:
MLB Totals Was 1-3 with 11.47 OVERTONs CAREER HIGHS
ERA (31 ER, 24.1 IP) with 17 strike- MOST STRIKEOUTS:
outs in 7 games (5 GS) with Oakland. 6 7/19/16 vs. HOU (w/OAK)
MLB Debut - Selected by Oakland LOW-HIT GAME: None
June 25 and won his Major League LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 1 6/25/16
debut at Los Angeles-AL (5.2 IP, 7 H, LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
3 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 3 K, 3 HR). 3 6/30/16-present
AAA - Was 13-5 with 3.29 ERA (46 MOST INNINGS:
ER, 125.2 IP) with 105 strikeouts in 6.1 7/19/16 vs. HOU (w/OAK)
21 games (20 GS) with Nashville.
Leaderboard - Ranked 3rd in wins (13), 5th in ERA (3.29) in Pacific Coast League.
Streaking - Won 9 straight starts with AAA Nashville May 17-July 10, going 9-0 with a
1.71 ERA (11 ER, 58.0 IP) with 47 strikeoutswas 12-1 in final 14 starts of the season.
Limiting Homers - Allowed 0.43 home runs per 9.0 innings with Nashville (6 HR, 125.2 IP).
None for You - Allowed lead-off home run in seventh inning on July 10 vs. New Orleans,
snapping a nine-game, 64.0-inning, 264-batter Triple-A homerless streak.
PERSONAL: Dillon Ray Overtonis married, Morgangraduated from Weatherford (OK)
High Schoolattended University of OklahomaAll-Big 12 Second Team as junior in
2013 and honorable mention in 2011 and 20122011 Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-
AmericanOaklands 2nd round selection in 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
CAREER: MLB debut with Oakland in 2016led Oakland farm system in wins (13) in 2016 and
ERA (3.43) in 2015Oaklands 8th-best prospect by Baseball America after 2014 & 2015.
2013: Selected by Oakland in 2nd round of 2013 First-Year Player Draftdid not playon
Vermont disabled list July 1 and underwent Tommy John surgery on left elbow July 9.
2014: Did not pitch until June 23 as he continued recovery from Tommy John surgery
professional debut with AZL Athleticswas combined 0-3 with 1.95 ERA (8 ER, 37.0 IP)
in 12 starts with AZL Athletics and A Vermonthad a 13.25 K/BB ratio (53 K/4 BB)
did not allow a home runpromoted to Vermont Aug. 6rated as Oaklands 8th-best
prospect by Baseball America following the season.
2015: Started with A Stockton, going 2-4 with 3.82 ERA in 14 games (12 GS) before promotion
to AA Midland July 25-2 with 3.06 ERA in 13 starts with Midlandled Oakland farm
system in ERA and T3rd in strikeouts (106)finished season with 20.2-inning scoreless
streak dating to fifth inning of Aug. 15 vs. Tulsanot on postseason roster for Midland
rated as Oaklands 8th-best prospect by Baseball America following the season.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

OVERTONs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2014 AZL Athletics 0-2 1.64 7 7 0 0 0 22.0 19 8 4 0 2 3 31 0 0
Vermont 0-1 2.40 5 5 0 0 0 15.0 11 4 4 0 1 1 22 0 0
2015 Stockton 2-4 3.82 14 12 0 0 0 61.1 62 29 26 7 3 12 59 1 0
Midland 5-2 3.06 13 13 0 0 0 64.2 65 22 22 4 0 15 47 1 0
2016 Nashville 13-5 3.29 21 20 1 0 0 125.2 132 50 46 6 2 31 105 1 1
OAKLAND 1-3 11.47 7 5 0 0 0 24.1 48 31 31 12 1 7 17 1 0
Minor Lg Totals 20-14 3.18 60 57 1 0 0 288.2 289 113 102 17 8 62 264 3 1
ML Totals 1-3 11.47 7 5 0 0 0 24.1 48 31 31 12 1 7 17 1 0
# MLB Rehab Assignment

OVERTONs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Oakland in 2nd round of 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draftsigned by
scout Yancy Ayres.
Acquired by Seattle from Oakland in exchange for Jason Goldstein (c) on Jan. 26, 2017.
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JAMES PAXTON (65)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 28 BORN: 11-6-88 in Ladner, BC, Canada
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 220
ML SERVICE: 2 years, 151 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Mariners 4th round selection in the 2010 June draft;

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signed by Mariners scouts Brian Williams and Jesse Kapellusch
PRONUNCIATION: PAKS-tin
2015:
Totals Went 6-7 with a 3.79 ERA
(51 ER, 121.0 IP) with 117 strikeouts PAXTONs CAREER HIGHS
and 24 walks in 20 starts with Seattle. MOST STRIKEOUTS:
Strong Finish Was 3-2 with 10 2 times, last 6/6/16 vs. CLE
3.23 ERA (20 ER, 55.2 IP) with 56 LOW-HIT GAME: None
strikeouts in final 9 starts (8/1-9/28) LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
in 11 starts (6/1-7/27), was 3-5 with 6 9/7/13-8/15/14
4.27 ERA (31 ER, 65.1 IP). LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
Strikeout Rates Struck out 8.70 4 2 times, last 5/28/15-6/6/16
batters per 9.0 innings (117 K, 121.0 MOST INNINGS PITCHED:
IP), highest of career (7.88 in 2013, 8.1 8/7/16 vs. LAA
7.18 in 2014 & 7.52 in 2015)his 4.74
K/BB rate (109 K, 23 BB) is also best of career (3.00 in 2013, 2.03 in 2014 & 1.93 in 2015).
Throwing Strikes Walked 2 or fewer in 19 of 20 starts this seasonhad 4.88 SO/BB
ratio (117 K, 24 BB) and an 8.70 K/9.0 IP ratio (117 K, 121.0 IP).
Limiting Damage Allowed 3 earned runs or fewer in 15 of his 20 starts this season
left the game with the lead in 7 of his last 14 games (7/2-9/28).
Four Ks Struck out four Rangers batters in the first inning on Sept. 6 vs. Texas,
becoming the 4th pitcher in club history to record 4 strikeouts in 1 inning (also: Felix
Hernandez - 2010, Kazuhiro Sasaki - 2003 & Matt Young - 1990).
Injury & Rehab Placed on 15-day disabled list on Aug. 16 (retroactive to Aug. 8) with a
left elbow contusionmade 1 rehab start on Aug. 20 with AAA Tacoma vs. Las Vegas (3.0
IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 K) before being activated on Aug. 25.
Career Game Earned win in 3-1 win vs. Los Angeles on Aug. 7career-high 8.1
inningswas lifted in 9th inning with 1 out after being hit by line drive on pitching elbow.
Distance 8.0+ innings in back-to-back starts Aug. 1 vs. BOS (8.0 IP) & Aug. 7 vs. LAA (8.1 IP).
Ring Em Up Career-high with 10 strikeouts June 6 vs. Cleveland (also: 9/24/13 vs. KC).
Efficient Got through 8.0 innings on just 78 pitches on July 7 at Kansas City (no-decision).
AAA Began year with AAA Tacoma, going 4-3 with 3.97 ERA (21 ER, 47.2 IP) in 10 starts.
PERSONAL: James Alston Paxtonresides in Kirkland, WA with wife Katienative of
Ladner, British Columbia, a suburb of Vancouver 22 miles from border crossing in Blaine,
WAattended Delta Secondary School where he helped win BCs Best Tournament
Championship as junior and seniorwent 7-1 with 1.70 ERA with 65 strikeouts as a
seniorpitched for University of Kentucky from 2007-09was 11-5 with 4.91 ERA (81
ER, 148.1 IP) and 168 strikeouts in 55 games (24 starts) for Wildcatsfinished junior
season (2009) ranked 17th in nation and 4th in SEC with 115 strikeouts3rd in NCAA
averaging 13.22 strikeouts per 9.0 inningsthree-time member of SEC Academic Honor
Rollselected by Toronto in supplemental 1st round in 2009 June draft, but did not sign.
CAREER: Has spent 6 years in the Mariners organization, including parts of 4 Major League
seasons, after being selected by Seattle in the 4th round of the 2010 MLB First-Year Player
Draftmade his MLB debut with the Mariners on Sept. 7, 2013 vs. Tampa Bay.
2010: Did not immediately sign after selection in 4th round of 2010 June draftmade 4
starts for Grand Prairie in independent American Association (1-2, 4.08 ERA) before draft.
2011: Was 6-3 with 2.37 ERA (25 ER, 95.0 IP) in 17 starts with A Clinton and AA Jackson
had 131 strikeouts, T2nd-most among Mariners farmhandsamong MiLB players with
90.0+ IP, was 2nd with 12.41 K/9.0 IPNo. 8 prospect in Midwest Leaguepitched for
World squad in All-Star Futures Game (1.0 ShO IP)Midwest League All-Starwent 3-3,
2.73 (17 ER, 56.0 IP) in 10 starts with Clintonseason-high 13 strikeouts June 16 vs.
Quad Citieswent 3-0, 1.85 (8 ER, 39.0 IP) in 7 starts for Jackson.

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2012: With AA Jackson went 9-4 with a 3.05 ERA (36 ER, 106.1 IP) in 21 startswent
2-0, 0.00 (0 ER, 13.0 IP) in 2 playoff startsSouthern League Pitcher of the Week for
April 5-15on DL May 26-July 2 with right knee sorenesswent 6-1, 2.40 ERA in 11
starts in return from DLplayed for Peoria in AFLranked as Mariners No. 4 prospect by
Baseball America following seasonNo. 5 left-handed pitching prospect by MLB.com.
2013: Major League debut Sept. 7 vs. Tampa Bay (6.0,4,2,1,1,3,HR), recording the win
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career-high 10 strikeouts Sept. 24 vs. Kansas City; joined Oaklands Dan Straily as only
other AL rookie pitcher with 10+ Ks in a start in 2013 without a walkbecame first Seattle
pitcher to open MLB career with a 3-game win streak (all appearances being starts) since
Freddy Garcia in 1999spent majority of season with AAA Tacoma, going 8-11 with 4.45
ERA (70 ER, 145.2 IP) in 28 games/26 startsT3rd in PCL in strikeouts and starts.
2014: Opened career 6-0 with 1.88 ERA in first 9 career starts; longest win streak to open
a career in Mariners historyfaced 144 straight batters without allowing an extra-base
hit Aug. 20-Sept. 222nd-longest streak in MLB in 2014 (W. Davis, 178 BF) and in club
history (J. Beattie, 157 BF, 1982)in first 15 starts had 2.01 ERA (20 ER, 89.2 IP), 5th-
lowest ERA in first 15 to begin career (all starts) dating back to 1914on DL April 9-Aug.
2 with strain of left latissimus dorsi muscletransferred to 60-day DL on June 9made
4 combined rehab stats with AAA Tacoma and Short-A Everettfirst pitcher since 1954
to record 7+ shutout innings with 9+ strikeouts in two of first five career games (LHP Karl
Spooner, Brooklyn)first pitcher since 1967 to toss 6.0+ shutout innings in three of first
five career games (RHP Cisco Carlos, CWS)first rookie in club history to start a home
openerbegan career with 2.66 ERA (29 ER, 98.0 IP) in 17 career MLB starts; 2nd-lowest
ERA by a Mariners pitcher in first 17 career starts (Pineda - 2.58 in 2011).
2015: Made 13 starts, going 3-4 with 3.90 ERA (29 ER, 67.0 IP)went 3-3 with a 2.60 ERA
(15 ER, 52.0 IP) in final 10 startscareer-high scoreless streak of 20.0 innings May 5-17;
29th scoreless streak of 20.0+ innings in club history, and longest by lefty starter since
Erik Bedard (20.0, May 8-31, 2011)strained left middle finger and placed on disabled
list May 29made 3 rehab starts in Aug. and Sept. with AAA Tacomaleft last start on
Sept. 24 at Kansas City with torn fingernail on left handpitched for Peoria in AFL.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.
PAXTONs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2010 Grand Prairie 1-2 4.08 4 4 0 0 0 17.2 15 9 8 1 0 7 18 1 0
2011 Clinton 3-3 2.73 10 10 0 0 0 56.0 45 21 17 1 1 30 80 6 0
Jackson 3-0 1.85 7 7 0 0 0 39.0 28 10 8 2 1 13 51 3 1
2012 Jackson 9-4 3.05 21 21 0 0 0 106.1 96 43 36 5 1 54 110 13 1
2013 Tacoma 8-11 4.45 28 26 2 1 0 145.2 158 84 72 10 3 58 131 14 0
SEATTLE 3-0 1.50 4 4 0 0 0 24.0 15 5 4 2 0 7 21 0 0
2014 SEATTLE 6-4 3.04 13 13 0 0 0 74.0 60 29 25 3 1 29 59 7 0
Tacoma # 0-1 4.35 3 3 0 0 0 10.1 13 7 5 2 0 6 14 0 0
Everett # 0-1 6.75 1 1 0 0 0 2.2 2 2 2 1 0 1 2 1 0
2015 SEATTLE 3-4 3.90 13 13 0 0 0 67.0 67 34 29 8 0 29 56 5 0
Tacoma # 0-1 8.10 3 3 0 0 0 6.2 12 6 6 0 0 3 4 2 0
2016 Tacoma 4-3 3.73 11 11 0 0 0 50.2 43 24 21 6 0 15 53 4 0
SEATTLE 6-7 3.79 20 20 0 0 0 121.0 134 62 51 9 1 24 117 5 0
Ind. Lg Totals 1-2 4.08 4 4 0 0 0 17.2 15 9 8 1 0 7 18 1 0
Minor Lg Totals 27-24 3.60 84 82 2 1 0 417.1 397 197 167 27 6 180 445 43 2
ML Totals 18-15 3.43 50 50 0 0 0 286.0 276 130 109 22 2 89 253 17 0
# MLB Rehab Assignment
BATTING AVG AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
Career .000 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 7 0 0 .000 .222
Last Hit - None Last Home Run - None

PAXTONs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Toronto in the supplemental first round (37th overall) in the 2009 June draft.
Selected by Seattle in the 4th round of the 2010 June draftsigned by Mariners scouts
Brian Williams and Jesse Kapellusch.
On disabled list April 9-Aug. 2, 2014 with a left lat straintransferred to 60-day DL June
9included rehab assignments with AAA Tacoma and A Everett.
On disabled list May 29-Sept. 13, 2015 with a strained tendon in left middle finger
included rehab assignment with AAA Tacoma.
On disabled list Aug. 16 (retro to Aug. 8)-Aug. 25 with left elbow contusionincluded
rehab assignment with AAA Tacoma.
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JAMES PAZOS (47)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 25, turns 26 May 5 BORN: 5-5-91 in Gilbert, AZ
BATS: Right THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 235
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 67 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In trade from New York-AL in exchange for Zack Littell

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(rhp) on Nov. 18, 2016
PRONUNCIATION: Pazos (PAH-zohse)
2016:
Totals Went 1-0 with a 13.50 ERA PAZOS CAREER HIGHS
(5 ER, 3.1 IP) in seven relief outings MOST STRIKEOUTS:
in three stints with New York-AL (5/4- 2 10/4/15 at BAL (w/NYY)
5, 5/17-20 and 9/6-10/2) but did not LOW-HIT GAME: None
appear in a game in first two stints. LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
Debut - Season debut in Sept. 6 win 1 9/28/16 vs. BOS (w/NYY)
vs. Toronto (1 BF, 1 H). LONGEST LOSING STREAK: None
First Win - Earned first MLB win on MOST INNINGS:
Sept. 28 vs. Boston, retiring his only 1.0 3 time, last: 9/12/16 vs. LAD (w/ NYY)
batter faced in the ninth (0.1IP) before
Mark Teixeiras walk-off grand slam.
Minor Work - In 23 relief outings with AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, going 2-2 with one
save and a 2.63 ERA (8 ER, 27.1 IP) and 41 strikeouts
Injury - On minor league D.L. from June 9-Aug. 25 with left elbow inflammation made
two rehab relief outings with Short-A Staten Island (3.2 IP, 3 H, 1 BB, 6 K).
PERSONAL: James Manuel Pazosplayed two seasons at the University of San Diego
(2011-12)named to 2012 Rawlings All-West Coast Conference First Teamhad 2.65
ERA (31 ER, 105.1 IP) in 49 career games (five starts) for Torerosplayed freshman
season (2010) at Chandler-Gilbert Junior College (AZ)2009 graduate of Highland (AZ)
High School, where he earned All-Arizona honors and was named Fiesta Region Pitcher
of the Year his senior seasonselected by Tampa Bay in 40th round of 2009 MLB First-
Year Player Draft but did not sign.
CAREER: With the exception of one start, has been exclusively a reliever in his minor league
careerhas spent parts of the last two seasons with New York-AL (2015-16).
2012: Made his professional debut with short-season Single-A Staten Island, going 2-2 with
three saves and a 1.79 ERA (8 ER, 40.1 IP) in 28 relief appearanceswas named to the
NYPL All-Star Gamewas scoreless in 25-of-28 appearances, including a 13.2-inning
scoreless streak over his final 10 games (6H, 4BB, 14K).
2013: Combined to go 3-1 with one save and a 3.93 ERA (15 ER, 34.1 IP) over 25 relief
appearances with Short-A Staten Island and A Charlestonbegan the season with
Staten Island, throwing 1.0 scoreless inning (1H, 1BB, 1K) in one appearance on 6/17
vs. Brooklynwas transferred to A Charleston on June 21went 1-0 with 1.74 ERA (2
ER, 10.1 IP) in 10 relief appearances for Scottsdale Scorpions of the Arizona Fall League.
2014: Combined with A Tampa (18G/1GS) and AA Trenton (28G) to go 0-3 with a 2.42
ERA (20 ER, 67.0 IP) in 46 games (one start)held opponents to a .209 batting average
(51x244)permitted just 9XBH and no (7 doubles, 2 triples)was 10-for-10 in save
opportunities, 4th-most saves among Yankees minor leaguershad a 3.96 ERA (11 ER,
25.0 IP) at Tampapromoted to Trenton on June 3, recording a 1.50 ERA (7 ER, 42.0 IP).
2015: Made MLB debut with New York-AL (Sept. 1-Oct. 4), throwing 5.0 scoreless innings
over 11 appearancesselected to New York-AL roster from AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre
on Sept. 1made MLB debut on Sept. 5 vs. Tampa Bay, retiring both batters faced (0.2IP,
1K)first career strikeout on Sept. 5 vs. Tampa Bay (Daniel Nava)combined with AA
Trenton and AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to go 3-1 with three saves and a 1.27 ERA (6 ER,
42.2 IP) in 27 relief appearancesbegan season on AA Trenton disabled list, reinstated
on May 28 and earned one save with a 1.86 ERA (2 ER, 9.2 IP) in six relief appearances
was promoted to AAA Scranton/WB on June 16 and went 3-1 with two saves and a 1.09
ERA (4 ER, 33.0 IP) with 37 strikeouts in 21 relief appearancesattended spring training
as a non-roster invitee, posting a 2.08 ERA (1 ER, 4.1 IP) in five relief appearances.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

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PAZOS (continued)
PAZOS PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2012 Staten Island 2-2 1.79 28 0 0 0 3 40.1 29 9 8 0 0 19 39 3 0
2013 Staten Island 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
Charleston 3-1 4.05 24 0 0 0 1 33.1 27 15 15 3 3 8 32 2 0
2014 Tampa 0-2 3.96 18 1 0 0 4 25.0 23 13 11 0 2 6 33 1 0
Trenton 0-1 1.50 28 0 0 0 6 42.0 28 7 7 0 1 19 42 4 0
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2015 Trenton 0-0 1.86 6 0 0 0 1 9.2 4 2 2 1 0 0 12 1 0


Scranton/Wilkes-Barre
3-1 1.09 21 0 0 0 2 33.0 25 6 4 0 2 15 37 2 0
2015 NEW YORK-AL 0-0 0.00 11 0 0 0 0 5.0 3 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 0
2016 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 2-2 2.63 23 0 0 0 1 27.1 19 8 8 1 0 19 41 0 0
Staten Island 0-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 3.2 3 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 0
NEW YORK-AL 1-0 13.50 7 0 0 0 0 3.1 7 5 5 2 0 1 3 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 10-9 2.30
151.0 1 0 0
18 215.1 159 60 55 5 8 88 243 13 0
ML Totals 1-0 5.40 18.0 0 0 0 0 8.1 10 5 5 2 0 4 6 1 0
# MLB Rehab Assignment

PAZOS CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Tampa Bay in 40th round of the 2009 First-Year Player draft; did not sign.
Selected by New York-AL in 13th round of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player draft.
Acquired by Seattle from New York-AL in exchange for Zack Littell (rhp) on Nov. 18,
2016.

17 WINS
Only 10 pitchers in club history have recorded 17-or-more
wins in a single season (17 times)Randy Johnson and
Jamie Moyer have each recorded three seasons with at least
17 victoriesMoyer (2001, 2003) and Johnson (1997) are the
only 20-game winners in club history:
Wins Pitcher Year Wins Pitcher Year
21 Jamie Moyer 2003 17 Paul Abbott 2001
20 Randy Johnson 1997 17 Dave Fleming 1992
20 Jamie Moyer 2001 17 Freddy Garcia 1999
19 Felix Hernandez 2009 17 Mark Langston 1984
19 Randy Johnson 1993 17 Mike Moore 1985
19 Mark Langston 1987 17 Jamie Moyer 1997
18 Felix Hernandez 2015 17 Aaron Sele 2000
18 Freddy Garcia 2001
18 Erik Hanson 1990
18 Randy Johnson 1995

SAVE RULE
Credit a pitcher with a save when he meets all three of the following conditions:
(1) He is the finishing pitcher in a game won by his club; and
(2) He is not the winning pitcher; and
(3) He qualifies under one of the following conditions:
(a) He enters the game with a lead of no more than three runs and pitches for
at least one inning; OR
(b) He enters the game, regardless of the count, with the potential tying run either
on base, or at bat or on deck (that is, the potential tying run is either on base or
is one of the first two batsmen he faces); OR
(c) He pitches effectively for at least three innings.

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D.J. PETERSON (28)
POSITION: Infielder
AGE: 25 BORN: 12-31-91 in Chandler, AZ
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 205
ML SERVICE: None
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Mariners 1st round selection in 2013 MLB First-Year

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Player Draft; signed by Mariners scout Chris Pelekoudas

2016:
Totals Hit .264 (120x455) with 57 runs, 28 doubles, 1 triple, 19 home runs, 78 RBI in 119
games between AA Jackson and AAA Tacoma.
Leaderboard - Among Southern League leaders ranked T14th with 11 home runs.
Strong Run - Hit safely in a season-high 17 games, May 20-June 6 (.328/22x67, 10 R, 5 2B,
6 HR, 14 RBI, HBP, 6 BB); 17-game hitting streak was the 2nd-longest streak in the Southern
League in 2016 and tied for the longest in his career.
Promotion - Promoted to Tacoma from Jackson on June 29.
Power Up - Homered in 3 consecutive games, July 3-5, including hitting his first career AAA
home run on July 3 vs. Las Vegas (1x2, 2 R, HR, RBI)
High - Recorded career-high 5 hits on Aug. 3 at El Paso w/Tacoma (5x5, 2 R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI)
Injury - Placed on the 7-day DL (8/23-9/20) with a fractured finger on left hand
PERSONAL: Douglas Anthony Petersongraduated from Gilbert (AZ) High School in May,
2010originally selected by the Mariners in the 33rd round of the 2010 First-Year Player
draft, but did not signplayed 3 seasons at the University of New Mexico (2011-13)
named 2012 and 2013 Mountain West Male Athlete of the Yearnamed Mountain West
Co-Player of the Year with teammate Mitch Garver in 2013 (also earned honor in 2012)
won the MW overall triple crown in 2012 and 2013a semifinalist for the 2013 Golden
Spikes and Dick Howser awardsNational Collegiate Baseball Writers Associations
(NCBWA) District VIII Player of the Yearnamed to Baseball America, Louisville Slugger/
Collegiate Baseball and American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings All-America
first teams, and NCBWA second teamselected by Seattle with 12th pick in first round
of 2013 MLB Draft, the highest draft choice in Lobo baseball history.
CAREER: Consensus top-100 prospect by Baseball America, MLB.com and Baseball
Prospectus prior to the 2014 and 2015 seasonshas appeared exclusively at first base
and third base during his minor league career.
2013: Split first professional season between Everett and Clintondespite appearing in
only 29 games with Everett, finished tied for team lead in home runs and T3rd in RBI
recorded first career multi-home run game on July 6 vs. Salem-Keizerseason was
cut short after being hit in the jaw on Aug. 22 in bottom of 3rd inning vs. Wisconsin;
diagnosed as an open fracture of the left mandible and underwent surgery on Aug. 23 at
the University of Iowa Medical Center in Iowa City, Iowa.
2014: Split season between A High Desert and AA Jacksonwas 1 of 5 minor league players
to record at least 30 home runs, while driving in at least 100 runssince 1992, is only 3rd
Mariners farmhand to accomplish the feat: Alex Liddi (30 HR, 104 RBI) in 2011 with AAA
Tacoma and 1B Rich Poythress (31 HR, 130 RBI) in 2010 with High-A High Desertfrom
May 8-June 23 led all Minor League players in extra-base hits and RBI, while ranking 2nd
in home runs and 3rd in doubles (.363/61x168, 36 R, 19 2B, 16 HR, 57 RBI, 17 BB)at the
time of promotion to Jackson on 24, ranked among California League leaders in slugging
percentage (1st/.615), total bases (1st/168), RBI (1st/71), extra-base hits (T1st/42), home
runs (2nd/18), doubles (3rd/23), hits (T5th/89) and average (6th/.326)reached base
safely via a hit or walk in 52 of 58 gamesplayed for the Surprise Saguaros in Arizona
Fall Leagueplayed in Arizona Fall League Fall Stars gamenamed by Baseball America
as Seattles #2 prospectnamed the 8th-best prospect in the Southern League and the
10th-best prospect in the California League following the 2014 season.
2015: Spent majority of season with AA Jackson, but appeared in 4 games AAA Tacoma
promoted to Tacoma on July 29placed on disabled list on Aug. 2 for remainder of
season with a right achilles tendon strainplayed for Peoria Javelinas in Arizona Fall
League...named Seattles #10 prospect by Baseball America heading into 2016 season.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

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PETERSON (continued)
PETERSONs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2013 Everett .312 29 109 20 34 58 6 0 6 27 0 1 0 13 18 0 1 .532 .382
Clinton .293 26 99 16 29 57 5 1 7 20 0 0 1 7 24 1 0 .576 .346
2014 High Desert .326 65 273 51 89 168 23 1 18 73 0 1 2 23 65 6 0 .615 .381
Jackson .261 58 222 32 58 105 8 0 13 38 0 1 3 22 51 1 1 .473 .335
2015 Jackson .223 92 354 39 79 123 19 2 7 44 0 1 3 31 89 4 0 .347 .290
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Tacoma .214 4 14 0 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 .286 .214


2016 Jackson .271 73 277 31 75 129 21 0 11 43 0 4 4 27 68 1 1 .466 .340
Tacoma .253 46 178 26 45 78 7 1 8 35 0 0 3 11 51 0 1 .438 .307
Minor Lg Totals .270 393 1526 215 412 722 90 5 70 280 0 8 16 134 369 13 5 .473 .334

PETERSONs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Seattle in the 1st round (12th pick) of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft;
signed by Mariners scout Chris Pelekoudas.

TWO-TIME MARINERS
In club history, a total of 40 players have spent at least two different stints with the
Mariners. Mike Blowers, Raul Ibaez, Norm Charlton & Jeff Nelson are the only players with
three separate stints:
Joe Beimel (2014, 2015) Raul Ibaez (1996-00, 2004-08, 2013) Dennis Powell (1987-90, 1992-93)
Mike Blowers (1992-95, 1997, 1999) Mike Jackson (1988-91, 1996) Guillermo Quiroz (2006, 2009-10)
Bret Boone (1992-93, 2001-2005) Bill Krueger (1991, 1995) Arthur Rhodes (2000-03, 2008)
Willie Bloomquist (2002-08, 2014-15) Mark Lowe (2006-10, 2015) George Sherrill (2004-07, 2012)
Russell Branyan (2009, 2010) John Mabry (1999-2000, 2003) Denny Stark (1999-2001, 2009)
Norm Charlton (1993, 1995-97, 2001) Larry Milbourne (1977-80, 1984-85) Brian Sweeney (2003, 2010)
Endy Chavez (2009, 2013) Kendrys Morales (2013, 2014) Bill Swift (1985-91, 1998)
Bryan Clark (1981-83, 1990) Michael Morse (2005-08, 2013) Lee Tinsley (1993, 1997)
Darnell Coles (1983-85, 1988-90) John Moses (1982-87, 1992) Ron Villone (1995, 2004-2005)
Larry Cox (1977, 1979-80) Jerry Narron (1980-81, 1987) Chris Widger (1995-96, 2000)
Bob Galasso (1977, 1981) Jeff Nelson (1992-95, 2001-03, 2005) Tom Wilhelmsen (2011-15, 2016)
Ken Griffey Jr. (1989-1999, 2009-10) Joe Oliver (1998, 2000) Matt Young (1983-86, 1990)
Lee Guetterman (1984-87, 1995-96) Miguel Olivo (2004-05, 2011-12)
Franklin Gutierrez (2009-13, 15-16) Clay Parker (1987, 1992)

MARINERS 100 RBI SEASONS


Ken Griffey Jr........................... 147 (1997) Mike Cameron......................... 110 (2001)
Ken Griffey Jr........................... 146 (1998) Jay Buhner.............................. 109 (1997)
Edgar Martinez........................ 145 (2000) Ken Griffey Jr........................... 109 (1993)
Bret Boone.............................. 141 (2001) Edgar Martinez........................ 108 (1997)
Ken Griffey Jr........................... 140 (1996) Richie Sexson.......................... 107 (2006)
Jay Buhner.............................. 138 (1996) Jim Presley.............................. 107 (1986)
Ken Griffey Jr........................... 134 (1999) Bret Boone.............................. 107 (2002)
Alex Rodriguez........................ 132 (2000) Willie Horton............................ 106 (1979)
Alex Rodriguez........................ 124 (1998) Nelson Cruz............................ 105 (2016)
Raul Ibaez.............................. 123 (2006) Raul Ibaez.............................. 105 (2007)
Alex Rodriguez........................ 123 (1996) Robinson Can...................... 103 (2016)
Richie Sexson.......................... 121 (2005) Ken Griffey Jr........................... 103 (1992)
Jay Buhner.............................. 121 (1995) Edgar Martinez........................ 103 (1996)
Bret Boone.............................. 117 (2003) John Olerud............................. 103 (2000)
Alvin Davis............................... 116 (1984) Edgar Martinez........................ 102 (1998)
Edgar Martinez........................ 116 (2001) John Olerud............................. 102 (2002)
Edgar Martinez........................ 113 (1995) Bruce Bochte.......................... 100 (1979)
Alex Rodriguez........................ 111 (1999) Alvin Davis............................... 100 (1987)
Tino Martinez........................... 111 (1995) Ken Griffey Jr........................... 100 (1991)
Raul Ibaez.............................. 110 (2008)

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BOOG POWELL (8)
POSITION: Outfielder
AGE: 24 BORN: 1-14-93 in Irvine, CA
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 185
ML SERVICE: None
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In trade with Tampa Bay along with Nathan Karns (rhp)

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and C.J. Riefenhauser (lhp) in exchange for Danny Farquhar (rhp),
Brad Miller (inf) and Logan Morrison (inf) on Nov. 5, 2015
2016:
Totals Hit .270 (67x248) with 39 runs 9 doubles, 2 triples, 3 home runs, 27 RBI, 22 walks
and 10 stolen bases in 64 games with AAA Tacoma.
Hit Parade Hit safely in 44 of 64 games with 19 multi-hit games, including 4 3-hit games.
Suspension Suspended for 80 games on June 23 after testing positive for a banned
substance in violation of Major League Baseballs Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment
Programwill participate in Spring Training, but has 5 games remaining on his suspension.
PERSONAL: Herschel Mack Boog Powell IVgraduated from Mission Viejo HS (CA)
attended Orange Coast College (Costa Mesa, CA)not related to former MLB first
baseman of same nameoriginally nicknamed Little Mack, but his parents began
calling him Boog,selected by Oakland in 20th round of 2012 MLB First-Year Player
Draft; signed by Athletics scout Rick Magnante.
CAREER: Played 5 minor league seasons with Oakland (2012-14), Tampa Bay (2015) and
Seattle (2016)is .301 (400x1330) career hitter in 358 career minor league games.
2012: Made his professional debut for the AZL Athletics, appearing in 35 games.
2013: Spent season with Short-A Vermontled club in total bases (73), SB (14) and sacrifice
hits (6)named to midseason New York-Penn League All-Star Team.
2014: Led Oakland system with a .343 (108x315) batting average and a .451 OBPnamed
midseason Midwest League All-Star and won Top Star honors, going 1-for-3 with a 2-run
double, 3 runs and 2 steals (stole home in the 1st inning)promoted to advanced-A Stockton
from A Beloit on June 23served 50-game suspension for a violation of the Minor League
Drug Prevention and Treatment Program and returned in late Augustchosen by Baseball
America as having the Best Strike-Zone Discipline in the Midwest League after the season.
2015: Combined to hit .295 (131x444) with 66 runs scored, 16 doubles, 9 triples, 3 home
runs, 40 RBI, 61 walks, 18 stolen bases and a .385 OBP with AA Montgomery and AAA
Durhambegan season with Montgomerynamed to Southern League All-Star team
after hitting .328 (78x238) with 44 runs, 6 doubles, 6 triples, 1 home run, 22 RBI, 29 walks,
11 stolen bases and a .408 OBP in 61 gamesin 56 games with AAA Durham, hit .257
(53x206) with 22 run scored, 10 doubles, 3 triples, 2 home runs and 18 RBI.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

POWELLs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2012 AZL Athletics .306 35 111 20 34 35 1 0 0 13 2 2 0 15 9 5 2 .315 .383
2013 Vermont .283 59 212 30 60 73 7 3 0 14 6 0 1 26 34 14 6 .344 .364
2014 Beloit .335 69 254 43 85 109 7 4 3 17 1 1 2 53 49 16 13 .429 .452
Stockton .377 14 61 11 23 28 3 1 0 11 0 0 0 8 4 0 2 .459 .449
Mesa .300 21 70 8 21 30 3 0 2 10 2 0 0 12 11 3 4 .429 .402
2015 Montgomery .328 61 238 44 78 99 6 6 1 22 2 1 4 29 38 11 8 .416 .408
Durham .257 56 206 22 53 75 10 3 2 18 4 2 2 32 41 7 6 .364 .360
2016 Tacoma .270 64 248 39 67 89 9 2 3 27 4 3 0 22 42 10 6 .359 .326
Minor Lg Totals .301 358 1330 209 400 508 43 19 9 122 19 9 9 185 217 63 43 .382 .387

POWELLs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Oakland in 20th round of 2012 MLB First-Year Player DraftSigned by
Oakland scout Rick Magnante.
Acquired by Tampa Bay from Oakland along with John Jaso (c), Daniel Robertson (inf) and
cash considerations, in exchange for Ben Zobrist (inf/of) and Yunel Escobar (ss) Jan. 10, 2015.
Acquired by Seattle from Tampa Bay, along with Nathan Karns (rhp) and C.J. Riefenhauser (lhp),
in exchange for Danny Farquhar (rhp), Brad Miller (inf) and Logan Morrison (inf), Nov. 5, 2015.
On MLB Suspended list June 23, 2016-April 10, 2017 (expected).

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CARLOS RUIZ (52)
POSITION: Catcher
AGE: 38 BORN: 1-22-79 in David, Chiriqui, Panama
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 215
ML SERVICE: 9 years, 69 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In trade from Los Angeles-NL in exchange for Vidal
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Nuo (lhp) on Nov. 7, 2016

2016:
The Totals - Hit .264 (53x201) with 8 RUIZs CAREER HIGHS
doubles, 3 home runs and 15 RBI in MOST HITS:
62 games with Philadelphia and Los 4 10 times; last 4/27/15 at STL (w/ PHI)
Angeles-NL. MOST HOME RUNS: 1 68 times;
The Trade - Acquired by the Dodgers last 4/27/16 at WAS (w/ PHI)
from Philadelphia in exchange for MOST RBI: 7 5/2/12 at ATL (w/ PHI)
A.J. Ellis (c), Tommy Bergjans (rhp) MOST STOLEN BASES: 1 24 times;
and Joey Curletta (of) on Aug. 25. last 8/10/16 at LAD (w/ PHI)
Dodger Time - In 14 games with LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
the Dodgers, hit .278 (10x36) with 2 11 7/8-25/11 (w/ PHI)
doubles and 3 RBI. CAREER GRAND SLAMS:
With Philly - Prior to the trade, hit hit 1 4/9/11 at ATL (w/ PHI)
.261 (43x165) with 6 doubles, 3 home
runs and 12 RBI in 48 games with the Phillies.
For Starters - Made his 8th career Opening Day start for the Phillies (2008-12, 2014-16)
on April 4 at Cincinnati.
Playoffs - Made his 6th career postseason appearance, his first with the Dodgershit
.273 (3x11) with 2 runs, 1 double, 1 home run, 4 RBI and 1 walk in 7 games.
PERSONAL: Carlos Joaquin Ruizalong with wife Haidee, has two sons: Carlos Ricardo
and Carlossigned by Allan Lewis.
CAREER: 2012 National League All-Starwon back-to-back Wilson Defensive Player of the
Year awards in 2012 and 2013, given to each teams best defensive playerteam record
in games started is 506-446 (.532)since 1974, among catchers to appear in at least
1,000 games, ranks 6th in career on-base percentage with a career mark of .352since
2007, is one of 2 catchers with 6 seasons with at least 20 doubles and a .340 OBP (also:
Buster Posey)has appeared in 1,039 career games at catcher, 4th-most among active
playersis one of 2 catchers in MLB history to catch 4 separate no-hitters (also: Jason
Varitek); was behind the plate for two no-hitters by Roy Halladay, one by Cole Hamels
and one combined no-noappeared in 1,029 games as a catcher with the Phillies, 4th-
most in franchise history (Mike Lieberthal, 1,139; Red Dooin, 1,124 & Bob Boone, 1095).
1999: Made professional debut with the DSL Phillieshit .305 (69x226) with 39 runs, 15
doubles, 5 triples, 4 home runs, 35 RBI and 9 walks in 60 games.
2000: Hit .277 (36x130) with 11 runs, 7 doubles, 1 triple, 1 home run, 22 RBI and 9 walks in
38 games with the GCL Philliesparticipated in the Florida Instructional League.
2001: In 73 games A Lakewood, hit .261 (65x249) with 21 runs, 14 doubles, 3 triples, 4 home
runs, 32 RBI and 10 walkswas on the DL from June 17-July 19 with right elbow pain
played in the Florida Instructional League for the second year in a row.
2002: Appeared in 92 games with advanced-A Clearwaterhit .213 (73x342) with 35 runs, 18
doubles, 3 triples, 5 home runs, 32 RBI and 18 walksFlorida State League All-Star Team.
2003: Split the season between advanced-A Clearwater and AA Readingin 15 games
with Clearwater, hit .315 (17x54) with 5 runs, 2 home runs, 9 RBI and 2 walkswith
Reading, hit .266 (45x169) with 22 runs, 6 doubles, 2 home runs, 16 RBI and 12 walks in
52 gamestallied 18 multi-hit games between the two stops.
2004: Hit .284 (99x349) with 45 runs, 15 doubles, 2 triples, 17 home runs, 50 RBI and 22
walks in 101 games with Readingranked 2nd among Eastern League catchers in home
runs (Eli Whiteside, 18)threw out 32.9% (25x76) of potential base stealersbelted a
season-high 2 home runs, including a walk-off homer, on Aug. 23 vs. New Britainplaced
on the DL from May 6-May 13 with a concussionplayed in the Arizona Fall League.

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2005: Appeared in 100 games with AAA
Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, batting .300 ON BASE MACHINE
(104x347) with 50 runs, 25 doubles, 9 Carlos Ruiz has a career on-base percentage of
triples, 4 home runs, 40 RBI and 30 walks .352he ranks 6th in OBP among catchers to
hit .219 (16x73) in his first 22 games of the appear in at least 1,000 games since 1974:
season, but went on to hit .318 (87x274) OBP by catchers since 1974:

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over the remainder of the seasonhit .556 1. Mike Piazza................................ .382
(5x9) with 3 doubles and 3 RBI as a pinch- 2. Jorge Posada............................. .380
hitterappeared in 56 games at catcher, 3. Jason Kendall............................. .367
32 at DH and 2 at 1st basethrew out 4. Ted Simmons.............................. .361
31% (13x42) of potential base stealers. 5. Darrell Porter.............................. .353
2006: Hit .261 (18x69) with 5 runs, 1 double, 6. Carlos Ruiz................................ .352
1 triple, 3 home runs, 10 RBI and 5 walks
in 27 games over three stints with the HOLD IT RIGHT THERE
Philliesmade his Major League debut Carlos Ruiz has recorded 161 catcher caught
in a start on May 6 vs. San Francisco stealings in his career, T4th-most among active
recorded his first Major League hit (a catchers:
single) on May 9 vs. New York-NL off of
Pedro Martinezrecalled for his 2nd stint CCS by active catchers:
1. Russell Martin............................... 261
with the Phillies on July 4 and hit his first
2. Yadier Molina................................ 256
Major League home run that day vs. San 3. Brian McCann.............................. 227
Diego off of Clay Hensleyrecalled for his 4. Carlos Ruiz.................................. 161
3rd and final Major League stint on August Jonathan Lucroy........................... 161
31began the season with Scranton/ 6. Miguel Montero............................ 150
Wilkes-Barre, where he hit .307 (113x368)
with 56 runs, 25 doubles, 16 home runs,
69 RBI and 42 walks in 100 gamesamong International League leaders, ranked 2nd in
on-base percentage (.389), 3rd in batting (.307) and 5th in slugging percentage (.505)
threw out 35% (26x74) of attempted base stealersnamed to the International League
midseason and postseason All-Star Teamshit safely in 16 of his first 21 games with
Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, including 11 multi-hit gamesat the time of his first recall (5/5),
was leading the IL in batting (.385) and ranked 2nd in home runs (6)played for Panama
in the inaugural World Baseball Classic.
2007: Hit .259 (97x374) with 42 runs, 29 doubles, 2 triples, 6 home runs, 54 RBI and 42
walks in 115 games with the Phillies, his first full season in the Majorsamong National
League rookies, ranked 3rd in walks (42), 5th in doubles (29), 8th in RBI (54), T8th in multi-
hit games (27) and extra-base hits (37), 9th in total bases (148) and on-base percentage
(.340) and 10th in hits (97), home runs (6) and runs (42)recorded 6 stolen bases, most by
a Phillies catcher since Darren Daulton stole 11 bases in 1992ranked T3rd in the Majors
in catcher pickoffs (also: Russell Martin-LAD) with 4, trailing Miguel Olivo-FLA (8) and Jeff
Mathis-LAA (7)did not make an error in his first 76 startsfinished with 2 errors, T2nd-
fewest among MLB catchers (min. 100 games)tallied 27 multi-hit games, including four
3-hit gamesthrew out 25% (19x76) of would-be base stealershit .322 (19x59) with 10
RBI in his first 16 games of the seasonhit his first career walk-off home run on May 15
vs. Milwaukee off of Derrick Turnbowstole home on June 26 vs. Cincinnati, becoming
the first Phillie to do so since 1997 (Scott Rolen) and the first Phillies catcher since 1982
(Bo Diaz); went 3-for-4 with 1 run, 2 doubles, 4 RBI and 1 walk that dayfollowing the
season, was named to the Topps Rookie All-Star Team.
2008: Batted .219 (70x320) with 47 runs, 14 doubles, 4 home runs, 31 RBI and 44 walks in
117 games with the Phillieshit .429 (6x14) with 2 doubles and 11 RBI with the bases
loadedposted the 3rd-lowest catchers ERA (3.83) in the National Leaguethe Phillies
went 55-37 (.598) in his 92 startscaught 17.7% (14x79) of attempted base stealers
recorded a career-high 4 hits for the first time in his career on June 13 at St. Louis; went
4-for-6 with 2 doubles and 4 RBIplayed 3rd base for the first time in his professional
career on Aug. 26 vs. New York-NL (1.0 inning)started each of the Phillies 14 postseason
games at catcherhit safely in 8 of 14 postseason gameshit a walk-off single in the
bottom of the 9th inning in Game 3 of the World Series on Oct. 25 vs. Tampa Bay.

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2009: In 107 games with Philadelphia, hit .255 (82x322) with 32 runs, 26 doubles, 1 triple,
9 home runs, 43 RBI and 47 walkswas on the 15-day DL, April 11-May 1, with a right
oblique strain; appeared in 4 rehab games with AAA Lehigh Valleymissed 7 games,
Sept. 23-29, with a left wrist strainthrew out 19.7% (15x76) of potential base stealers
the Phillies compiled a record of 57-43 (.570) in his 100 startsreached base safely in
9 consecutive plate appearances, May 13-15, with 5 hits and 4 walkshit .381 (24x63)
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with 9 doubles, 3 home runs, 13 RBI and a .506 on-base percentage over 21 games, May
13-June 7in his final 24 games of the regular season, Aug. 28-Oct. 3, hit .355 (22x62)
with 9 doubles, 1 home run, 11 RBI and a .446 on-base percentageled the Phillies in
postseason batting average, posting a mark of .341 (15x44)reached base safely in all
15 postseason games, posting a .491 OBPbelted a 3-run home run against Clayton
Kershaw in Game 1 of the NLCS, Oct. 15 at Los Angeles-NL.
2010: Hit .302 (112x371) with 43 runs, 28 doubles, 1 triple, 8 home runs, 53 RBI and 55
walks in 121 with Philadelphialed the Phillies in batting (.302) and on-base percentage
(.400)posted career-highs in OBP and walksamong NL catchers, ranked 1st in
OBP, 2nd in batting, T3rd in extra-base hits (37) and 4th in hits (112) and total bases
(165)the Phillies went 70-39 (.642) in his 109 startsin 58 games vs. the NL East, hit
.330 (63x191) with 5 home runs and 27 RBIcaught 26.5% (18x68) of would-be base
stealersbegan the season 1-for-14 (.071) with runners in scoring position, but went on
to hit .324 (33x102) with RISP from April 24 through the end of the seasonwas on the
15-day disabled list, June 22 (retroactive to June 19)-July 9, with a concussion; appeared
in 1 game with A Lakewood and 1 game with AAA Lehigh Valley on a rehab assignment
equaled his career-high in hits with 4 twice, May 10 at Colorado and Aug. 3 at Miami
recorded 2 walk-off hits: a walk-off home run on May 4 vs. St. Louis and a walk-off double
on Aug. 12 vs. Los Angeles-NLthrew out 2 base runners in the same inning for the 1st
time in his career, Aug. 27 at San Diego.
2011: Hit .283 (116x410) with 49 runs, 23 doubles, 6 home runs, 40 RBI and 48 walks in 132
gamesled MLB in catchers ERA with a mark of 3.06caught 18.9% (18x95) of potential
base stealers; ranked T9th in the NL with 18 runners thrown outthe Phillies were 71-43
(.623) in his 114 startsbelted his 1st career pinch-hit home run and his first career grand
slam on April 9 at Atlanta off Scott Linebrink; finished 2-for-2, with 2 runs, 1 double, 1
home run and 5 RBI despite not entering the game until the 7th inningposted a career-
best 11-game hitting streak, July 8-July 25, batting .394 (13x33) with 7 runs, 4 doubles, 1
home run and 5 RBIwas on the 15-day disabled list, May 8 (retroactive to April 28)-May
12, with lower back inflammationwent 2-for-9 with 1 RBI in 2 games in extended spring
training and also appeared in 1 game on a rehab assignment at advanced-A Clearwater
equaled his career-high with 4 hits twice, June 21 at St. Louis and Sept. 25 at New York-
NLhit .316 (56x177) with 29 runs, 7 doubles, 4 home runs, 22 RBI and 19 walks in 56
games vs. the NL Eastover his final 36 games of the season, Aug. 19-Sept. 28, hit .342
(40x117) with 15 runs, 5 doubles, 2 home runs, 15 RBI and 12 walks.
2012: Hit .325 (121x372) with 56 runs, 32 doubles, 16 home runs, 68 RBI and 29 walks in
114 gamesrecorded career-highs in batting, hits, runs, doubles, home runs, RBI, total
bases (201), extra-base hits (48), slugging percentage (.540) and HBP (16)earned his
first selection to the All-Star Game; caught the final 4.0 innings in the National Leagues
8-0 win at Kansas Cityled all players in doubles as a catcher (32) and ranked 5th in
extra-base hits as a catcher (47)ranked 2nd in the NL in HBP (16)ranked 5th in the
Majors in caught stealing percentage with a mark of 34.0% (33x97)of his 16 home runs,
6 either tied the game or gave the Phillies the leadwent 3-for-5 with 2 runs, 2 doubles,
1 home run and a career-high 7 RBI on May 2 at Atlanta; fell 1 RBI shy of the Phillies club
record; became the first Phillies catcher to record 7 RBI in a gamewas on the 15-day
disabled list, Aug. 4 (retroactive to Aug. 3)-Sept. 6, with plantar fasciitis in his left foot
(partial tear)at the time of his placement on the DL, among National League leaders,
ranked 4th in batting (.335), 5th in on-base percentage (.399) and slugging percentage
(.559) and T7th in doubles (28)hit .405 (34x84) with runners in scoring position from
April 25 through the end of the season after starting 1-for-11 with RISPhomered in
back-to-back games 3 times (5/2 & 5/4, 6/26-27 and 7/3-4).

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2013: Hit .268 (83x310) with 30 runs, 16 doubles, 5 home runs, 37 RBI and 18 walks in 92
gamesbegan the season on the restricted list (4/1-27) following a 25-game suspension
for testing positive for a performing enhancing substance; prior to being reinstated,
appeared in 2 games with advanced-A Clearwater and 2 games with AA Reading on
a rehab assignmentwas on the 15-day DL, May 20-June 17, with a right hamstring
strainappeared in 2 games with AAA Lehigh Valley on a rehab assignmenthit .484

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(15x31) with runners in scoring position from Aug. 8 through the end of the season, the
best average with RISP in MLB during that stretchequaled his career-high with 4 hits,
Aug. 18 vs. Los Angeles-NLthrew out 16% (12x75) of potential base stealersover his
final 18 games (8/18-9/14), hit .395 (32x81) with 10 doubles, 3 home runs and 20 RBI.
2014: In 110 games with Philadelphia, hit .252 (96x381) with 43 runs, 25 doubles, 1 triple, 6
home runs, 32 RBI and 46 walksnamed NL Player of the Week, April 21-27, after batting
.500 (11x22) with 8 runs, 4 doubles, 1 triple, 1 home run, 7 RBI and 5 walksranked
T10th in the National League in HBP (12)was on the 7-day disabled list, June 27-July
22, with a concussion; appeared in 5 games with advanced-A Clearwater on a rehab
assignmenttied his career-high with 4 hits, July 28 at New York-NLcaught 22.1%
(21x95) of would-be base stealers.
2015: Hit .211 (60x284) with 23 runs, 13 doubles, 1 triple, 2 home runs, 22 RBI and 28
walks in 86 games with the Philliescollected his 800th career hit (a single), April 11
vs Washingtontallied his 200th career double, May 20 at Coloradocaught his 4th
no-hitter on July 25 at Chicago-NL; became the first NL catcher to catcher 4 separate
no-hitters and the 2nd in Major League history, joining Jason Varitekappeared in his
1,000th career game on July 30 vs. Atlantaplayed his 966th career game at catcher on
Aug. 5 vs. Los Angeles-NL to move past Darren Daulton for the 4th place on the Phillies
all-time list (at catcher)hit 2 home runs in a span of 19 plate appearances, June 30-July
10, after not hitting a home run in his previous 244 PA (9/5/14 6/30/15)hit .327 (18x55)
vs. left-handed pitchers, compared to .183 (42x229) vs. right-handed pitchersequaled
his career-high with 4 hits, April 27 at St. Louis.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Appeared in the postseason in 6 of 11 seasons in the Majors
(12 series), advancing to the playoffs with the Phillies (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011)
and Dodgers (2016)in 53 career postseason games, combined to hit .255 (39x153)
with 9 doubles, 1 triple, 5 home runs and 19 RBIhas hit safely in 28 of 52 postseason
games with an at-bathit safely in all three games of the 2007 NLDS vs. Coloradoin
2008, started each of the Phillies 14 postseason games at catcherhit safely in 8 of 14
postseason gameshit a walk-off single in the bottom of the 9th inning in Game 3 of the
World Series on Oct. 25 vs. Tampa Bayin 2009, led the Phillies in postseason batting
average, posting a mark of .341 (15x44)reached base safely in all 15 postseason
games, posting a .491 OBPbelted a 3-run home run against Clayton Kershaw in Game
1 of the 2009 NLCS, Oct. 15 at Los Angeles-NLoverall, hit .341 (15x44) with 8 runs, 3
doubles, 1 triple, 2 home runs, 9 RBI and 12 walks in 15 postseason games in 2009
WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC: Played for Panama in the 2006 and 2009 World Baseball
Classicin 4 career WBC games, combined to hit .182 (2x11) with 1 RBI and a .400 OBP.
AWARDS: All-Star (NL): 2012NL Defensive Player of the Year (Phillies): 2012, 2013NL
Player of the Week: April 21-27, 2014Topps Rookie All-Star Team: 2007.
RUIZs CAREER TRANSACTIONS
Signed by Philadelphia as a non-drafted international free agent, Dec. 4, 1998
On the 15-day disabled list April 11-May 1, 2009 with a right oblique strainincluded
rehab assignment at AAA Lehigh Valley.
On the 15-day disabled list June 19-July 9, 2010 with a concussionincluded rehab
assignments at AAA Lehigh Valley and A Lakewood.
On the 15-day disabled list April 28-May 12, 2011 with lower back inflammation
included rehab assignment at advanced-A Clearwater.
On the 15-day disabled list August 3-September 6, 2012 with plantar fasciitis in his left foot.
On the 15-day disabled list May 20-June 17, 2013 with a right hamstring strainincluded
rehab assignment at AAA Lehigh Valley.
On the 15-day disabled list June 27-July 22, 2014 with a concussionincluded rehab
assignment at advanced-A Clearwater.
Acquired by Seattle from Los Angeles-NL in exchange for Vidal Nuno (lhp), Nov. 7, 2016.
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RUIZs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
1999 DSL Phillies .305 60 226 39 69 106 15 5 4 35 0 2 8 9 11 3 7 .469 .351
2000 GCL Phillies .277 38 130 11 36 48 7 1 1 22 0 2 2 9 9 3 0 .369 .329
2001 Lakewood .261 73 249 21 65 97 14 3 4 32 1 2 1 10 27 5 4 .390 .290
2002 Clearwater .213 92 342 35 73 112 18 3 5 32 2 1 6 18 30 3 1 .327 .264
2003 Clearwater .315 15 54 5 17 23 0 0 2 9 0 0 0 2 5 2 2 .426 .339
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Reading .266 52 169 22 45 57 6 0 2 16 1 3 3 12 15 1 1 .337 .321


2004 Reading .284 101 349 45 99 169 15 2 17 50 1 3 8 22 37 8 4 .484 .338
2005 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre .300 100 347 50 104 159 25 9 4 40 1 7 3 30 48 4 5 .458 .354
2006 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre .307 100 368 56 113 186 25 0 16 69 1 3 9 42 56 4 3 .505 .389
PHILADELPHIA .261 27 69 5 18 30 1 1 3 10 2 1 1 5 8 0 0 .435 .316
2007 PHILADELPHIA .259 115 374 42 97 148 29 2 6 54 5 3 5 42 49 6 1 .396 .340
2008 PHILADELPHIA .219 117 320 47 70 96 14 0 4 31 4 1 4 44 38 1 2 .300 .320
2009 Lehigh Valley # .231 4 13 1 3 4 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 .308 .375
PHILADELPHIA .255 107 322 32 82 137 26 1 9 43 4 2 4 47 39 3 2 .425 .355
2010 Lakewood # .500 2 8 1 4 6 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .750 .500
Lehigh Valley # .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 .000 .333
PHILADELPHIA .302 121 371 43 112 166 28 1 8 53 0 1 6 55 54 0 1 .447 .400
2011 Clearwater # .333 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .333 .333
PHILADELPHIA .283 132 410 49 116 157 23 0 6 40 3 1 10 48 48 1 0 .383 .371
2012 PHILADELPHIA .325 114 372 56 121 201 32 0 16 68 0 4 16 29 50 4 0 .540 .394
2013 Clearwater # .125 2 8 1 1 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .500 .300
Reading # .167 2 6 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .333 .286
Lehigh Valley # .200 2 5 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .200 .200
PHILADELPHIA .268 92 310 30 83 114 16 0 5 37 4 2 7 18 39 1 0 .368 .320
2014 Clearwater # .176 5 17 4 3 4 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 .235 .263
PHILADELPHIA .252 110 381 43 96 141 25 1 6 31 1 5 12 46 60 4 2 .370 .347
2015 PHILADELPHIA .211 86 284 23 60 81 13 1 2 22 3 1 4 28 43 1 1 .285 .290
2016 PHILADELPHIA .261 48 165 18 43 58 6 0 3 12 0 0 4 24 28 3 1 .352 .368
LOS ANGELES-NL .278 14 36 3 10 12 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 3 5 0 0 .333 .350
Minor Lg Totals .277 650 2296 293 635 979 130 23 56 313 7 23 41 162 246 34 27 .426 .332
ML Totals .266 1083 3414 391 908 1341 215 7 68 404 26 21 74 389 461 24 10 .393 .352
All-Star * Led League # MLB Rehab Assignment

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2007 PHI vs. COL .333 3 9 1 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 .444 .400
2008 PHI vs. MIL .071 4 14 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 .071 .133
2009 PHI vs. COL .308 4 13 0 4 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 .308 .400
2010 PHI vs. CIN .250 3 8 1 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 .375 .500
2011 PHI vs. STL .059 5 17 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 .059 .111
2016 LAD vs. WSN .500 3 4 2 2 5 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1.250 .500
DS Totals .200 22 65 6 13 18 2 0 1 7 0 0 1 8 8 1 0 .297 .277

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES


YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2008 PHI vs. LAD .313 5 16 3 5 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .375 .353
2009 PHI vs. LAD .385 5 13 4 5 9 1 0 1 4 0 0 1 5 0 1 0 .692 .579
2010 PHI vs. SFG .167 6 18 2 3 6 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 1 7 0 0 .333 .318
2016 LAD vs. CHC .143 4 7 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 .286 .250
LCS Totals .259 20 54 9 14 23 3 0 2 7 1 0 4 8 8 1 0 .426 .394

WORLD SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2008 PHI vs. TB .375 5 16 2 6 11 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 .688 .500
2009 PHI vs. NYY .333 6 18 4 6 13 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 5 2 0 0 .722 .478
WS Totals .353 11 34 6 12 24 4 1 2 5 0 0 0 9 2 1 0 .706 .488

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2012 NL, Kansas City .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2006 Panama .000 2 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 .000 .333
2009 Panama .400 2 5 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .400 .500
WBC Totals .182 4 11 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 .182 .400

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MARC RZEPCZYNSKI (25)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 31, turns 32 Aug. 29 BORN: 8-29-85 in Oak Lawn, IL
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 220
ML SERVICE: 6 years, 132 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2018
ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent on Dec. 3, 2016

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PRONUNCIATION: Rzepczynski (zep-CHIN-ski)

2016:
Totals Combined to go 1-0 with RZEPCZYNSKIs CAREER HIGHS
a 2.64 ERA (14 ER, 47.2 IP) with 46 MOST STRIKEOUTS:
strikeouts and 29 walks in 70 appear- STARTER: 9 2 times, last: 9/27/10 vs. NYY
ances with Oakland and Washington. RELIEVER: 4 7/28/11 vs. HOU (w/STL)
Strong Finish - Posted a 2.03 ERA (7 LOW-HIT GAME: None
ER, 31.0 IP) with 31 strikeouts in his LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
final 47 appearancesopened the 5 9/21/10-4/22/11
season with a 3.78 ERA (7 ER, 16.2 LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
IP) with 15 strikeouts in his first 23 9 5/26/11-5/30/12
relief outings. MOST INNINGS PITCHED:
Start - Began season with Oakland, STARTER:
going 1-0 with 3.00 ERA (12 ER, 36.0 7.0 2 times, last: 10/3/10 at MIN
IP) with 37 strikeouts in 56 games. RELIEVER:
Trade - Acquired by Washington on 3.0 8/13/11 vs. COL (w/STL)
Aug. 4 for Max Schrock (inf).
In The Capitol - In 14 outings with
Washington, posted a 1.54 ERA (2 ER, 11.2 IP) with 9 strikeouts.
Playoffs - Made 3 relief appearances with Washington in 2016 National League Division
Series vs. the Los Angeles-NL, going 0-1 with a 4.50 ERA (1 ER, 2.0 IP) with 3 strikeouts
and 4 walks.
Home Sweet Home - Posted a 0.39 ERA (1 ER, 23.1 IP) with 29 strikeouts in 33 appear-
ances at homeposted 4.81 ERA (13 ER, 24.1 IP) with 17 strikeouts in 37 road games.
PERSONAL: Marc Walter Rzepczynski resides in Aliso Viejo, CA with wife Lindzey
attended Servite High School in Anaheim, CAplayed college baseball at the University
of California-Riverside.
CAREER: Since 2011, has made 394 relief appearances, 4th-most among left-handed
pitchers during the spanhas made 70-plus appearances in 5 of last 6 seasons (2011-
16), including the last threehe joins Joe Smith and Mark Melancon as the only pitchers
to appear in 70 or more games in 5 of the last 6 seasonsin parts of 8 Major League
seasons with Toronto (2009-2011), St. Louis (2011-2013), Cleveland (2013-2015), San
Diego (2015), Oakland (2016), Washington (2016) and Seattle (2017-current).
2007: Made professional with Auburn in New York-Penn League pitchingmade three relief
appearances before moving to rotationappeared in 11 games, making seven starts.
2008: Spent season with A Lansing of Midwest Leaguewas 7-6 wth a 2.83 ERA in 22
games, all startsallowed one run or fewer in 14 of his starts.
2009: Made MLB debut his third professional season, making 11 starts with Torontobegan
season at AA New Hampshire before promotion to AAA Las Vegas June 24made two
starts for the 51s going 2-0 with a 0.79 ERAmade Major League debut July 7 at Tampa
Bay (ND, 1 R, 6.0 IP), setting club record with seven strikeouts in MLB debutpicked up
first Major League win July 18 vs. Boston 6-2career high nine strikeouts in final start
Sept. 1 at Texasone of three players from 2007 draft to reach Majors in 2009.
2010: Appeared in 14 games with Toronto, making 12 startsover his last three starts went
3-0 with a 1.96 ERAfirst win of season in his third start (5th appearance) at Los Angeles-
AL, his first road win of careermade the first two relief appearances of his Major League
career July 10 vs. Boston and July 17 at Baltimorewas 5-5 record with AAA Las Vegas
over 12 starts with a 6.04 ERAcareer-high nine strikeouts Sept. 27 vs. New York-AL
had four games of seven or more strikeoutsseason delayed after suffering a broken
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2011: Joined St. Louis on July 27 in a seven-player trade with Torontoled Toronto with
10 holds and T2nd with 43 appearances at time of tradestruck out a career-high 61
batters overallappeared in 71 games, T8th among Major League left-handersheld
lefties to .163 batting averageSt. Louis debut July 28 against Houston (2.0 IP, 4 K)
first Cardinals reliever since Todd Wellemeyer on May 19, 2007 to fan four batters in St.
Louis debut3.0 scoreless innings of relief Aug. 13 vs. Colorado, his longest career relief
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appearancescored upon in only one of his first 13 appearances after being acquired
by St. Louistied St. Louis club record for most appearances in a postseason with 12
(Jason Motte and Octavio Dotel)had nine strikeouts in 8.1 innings during postseason
and allowed just one run in last 11 gamesfour scoreless World Series games (2.2 IP, 4
K)had the only 1-2-3 inning (8th) in World Series Game 6 winappeared in five of six
NLCS games vs. Milwaukee, credited with win in series clinching Game 6 after pitching
2.1 inningsfirst postseason appearance in Division Series Game 1 vs. Philadelphia.
2012: Appeared in 70 games for a second consecutive season5th among National League
relievers with 53 inherited runners and 6th with 1.54 grounded into double plays per nine
inningsallowed runs in only three of his 33 appearances after July 1had 10th lowest
ERA (1.83) and opponents batting (.186) in the NL from July 1 to the end of season
pitched in second straight postseason with St. Louis and was lone lefty in St. Louis pen
tossed 0.1 inning in the Wild Card game at Atlanta (1 H)appeared just once in the five-
game Division Series against Washington, appearing in Game 1 for 0.1 IPpitched in
three games during the League Championship Seriesinduced a crucial fly out in the
fifth inning of Game 1 at San Francisco with two on and two outspitched in Game 2 (0.2
ShO IP) and allowed a run in 0.1 innings of Game 6.
2013: Acquired by Cleveland from St. Louis July 30 in exchange for infielder Juan Herrera
posted scoreless outings in 24 of his 27 appearances with Cleveland and did not allow an
earned run in 26 of those 27 outingshis WHIP with Cleveland was 0.836left-handed
hitters hit just .128 off him and batters hit .159 against him overall during his tenure in
Clevelandstranded 17 of 20 inherited runners (85% stranded) with Clevelandopened
season with St. Louis before being optioned to AAA Memphis April 28..
2014: In first full season with Cleveland, appeared in a career-high 73 gamesT5th among
American League relievers in gamesallowed just 11-of-57 (19.3%) inherited runners
to scoreleft-handed hitters hit .180 with .441 OPSdid not allow a run in 60 of his 73
appearancesworked 0.1 innings-or-fewer 37 timesafter recording a 5.59 ERA in 13
June games, went on to post an ERA of 0.54 in 32 games from July 1 through end of
seasonended the season with a 19-game scoreless streak Aug. 13 to Sept. 27 (6.2 IP,
5 H, 10 K)worked 0.1 innings or less in 14 consecutive appearances from Aug. 17 to
Sept. 19 (3.2 IP)recorded last four outs of a 7-3 win at Minnesota Sept. 20 for his first
Major League saveworked on five consecutive days from August 26-30 for the first time
in his career, becoming the first Indians reliever since 1948 (Ed Klieman) to do so.
2015: Began season with Cleveland and went 2-3 with a 4.43 ERA (10 ER, 20.1 IP) in 45
games before trade to San Diego July 31with San Diego was 0-1 record and a 7.36
ERA (12 ER, 14.2 IP) in 27 gamescombined for a 5.66 ERA (22 ER, 35.0 IP) in 72 games
overalltossed fewer than one inning in 55 of his 72 appearancesonly other pitcher
in Major League history to appear in 70 or more games and finish with at least twice as
many games as innings pitched is Randy Choate, who did it in 2012 and 2015allowed
17-of-64 (26.6%) inherited runners to score, including 7-of-34 (20.6%) with Cleveland,
which was 8th-lowest percentage in the American Leaguehis 64 inherited runners were
second most in the Majors (Ramos, LAA 66)faced just one batter in 28 of his 72 outings.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Veteran of 21 postseason games with St. Louis (2011,
2012), Cleveland (2013) and Washington (2016)earned a World Series ring as a member
of 2011 St. Louis Cardinals.

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RZEPCZYNSKIs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2007 Auburn 5-0 2.76 11 7 0 0 0 45.2 33 21 14 2 1 17 49 0 0
2008 Lansing 7-6 2.83 22 22 0 0 0 121.0 100 41 38 2 8 42 124 11 0
2009 New Hampshire 7-5 2.93 14 14 0 0 0 76.2 80 38 25 1 4 36 88 1 0
Las Vegas 2-0 0.79 2 2 0 0 0 11.1 7 1 1 0 0 4 16 1 0
TORONTO 2-4 3.67 11 11 0 0 0 61.1 51 27 25 7 1 30 60 4 1

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2010 Las Vegas # 5-5 6.04 12 12 0 0 0 67.0 81 49 45 10 4 27 61 3 1
TORONTO 4-4 4.95 14 12 0 0 0 63.2 72 37 35 8 5 30 57 4 1
2011 TORONTO 2-3 2.97 43 0 0 0 0 39.1 28 16 13 2 3 15 33 5 0
ST. LOUIS 0-3 3.97 28 0 0 0 0 22.2 22 11 10 1 1 11 28 1 0
2012 ST. LOUIS 1-3 4.24 70 0 0 0 0 46.2 46 22 22 7 0 17 33 3 0
2013 ST. LOUIS 0-0 7.84 11 0 0 0 0 10.1 16 9 9 1 1 4 9 0 0
Memphis 1-2 3.07 32 0 0 0 0 44.0 44 23 15 1 1 18 31 2 0
CLEVELAND 0-0 0.89 27 0 0 0 0 20.1 11 4 2 1 3 6 20 0 0
2014 CLEVELAND 0-3 2.74 73 0 0 0 1 46.0 42 19 14 1 3 19 46 2 0
2015 CLEVELAND 2-3 4.43 45 0 0 0 0 20.1 23 15 10 1 1 10 24 1 0
SAN DIEGO 0-1 7.36 27 0 0 0 0 14.2 17 14 12 2 2 4 17 1 0
2016 OAKLAND 1-0 3.00 56 0 0 0 0 36.0 38 14 12 1 2 24 37 5 0
WASHINGTON 0-0 1.54 14 0 0 0 0 11.2 8 3 2 0 2 5 9 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 27-18 3.40 93 57 0 0 0 365.2 345 173 138 16 18 144 369 18 1
AL Totals 11-17 3.48 269 23 0 0 1 287.0 265 132 111 21 18 134 277 21 2
NL Totals 1-7 4.67 150 0 0 0 0 106.0 109 59 55 11 6 41 96 5 0
ML Totals 12-24 3.80 419 23 0 0 1 393.0 374 191 166 32 24 175 373 26 2
# MLB Rehab Assignment

WILD CARD RECORD


YEAR CLUB, OPP W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2012 STL vs. ATL 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 0.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2013 CLE vs. TB 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
WC Totals 0-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 0.2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

DIVISION SERIES RECORD


YEAR CLUB, OPP W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2011 STL vs. PHI 0-0
27.00 3 0 0 0 0 1.0 4 3 3 0 1 0 1 0 0
2012 STL vs. WAS 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 0.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
2016 WAS vs. LAD 0-1 4.50 3 0 0 0 0 2.0 0 1 1 0 0 4 3 0 0
DS Totals 0-1
10.80 7 0 0 0 0 3.1 5 4 4 0 1 4 5 0 0

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD


YEAR CLUB, OPP W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2011 STL vs. MIL 1-0 1.93 5 0 0 0 0 4.2 1 1 1 0 0 1 4 1 0
2012 STL vs. SF 0-0 6.75 3 0 0 0 0 1.1 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0
LCS Totals 1-0 3.00 8 0 0 0 0 6.0 2 2 2 0 0 2 6 1 0

WORLD SERIES RECORD


YEAR
CLUB, OPP W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2011
STL vs. TEX 0-0 0.00 4 0 0 0 0 2.2 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0

RZEPCZYNSKIs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Toronto in the 5th round of the 2007 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
On 15-day disabled list March 31-May 18, 2010 with a broken fingerincluded
rehabilitation assignment with AAA Las Vegas May 18.
Acquired by St. Louis from Toronto along with Octavio Dotel (rhp), Edwin Jackson (rhp),
Corey Patterson (of) and cash in exchange for Trever Miller (lhp), Brian Tallet (lhp), P.J.
Walters (rhp) and Colby Rasmus (of) on July 27, 2011.
Acquired by Cleveland from St. Louis in exchange for Juan Herrera (inf) on July 30, 2013.
Acquired by San Diego from Cleveland in exchange for Abraham Almonte (of) on July
31, 2015.
Acquired by Oakland from San Diego along with Yonder Alonso (inf) in exchange for
Drew Pomeranz (lhp), Jose Torres (lhp) and a player to be named later (Jabari Blash, of)
on Dec. 2, 2015
Acquired by Washington from Oakland along with cash considerations in exchange for
Max Schrock (inf) on Aug. 25, 2016.
Signed by Seattle as a free agent on Dec. 3, 2016.

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EVAN SCRIBNER (58)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 31, turns 32 July 19 BORN: 7-19-85 in New Milford, CT
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 190
ML SERVICE: 3 years, 142 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Acquired by Seattle from Oakland in exchange for Trey
2017 MARINERS

Cochran-Gill (rhp) on Dec. 8, 2015

2016:
The Totals Was 0-0 with a 0.00 ERA SCRIBNERs CAREER HIGHS
(0 ER, 14.0 IP) with 15 strikeouts in 12 MOST STRIKEOUTS:
relief appearances with Seattle. 4 5/15/15 vs. CWS (w/ OAK)
Hes Back - 1.0 inning on Sept. 2 vs. LOW-HIT GAME: None
Los Angeles-AL in 1st appearance LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
since Aug. 31, 2015 vs. Angels. 4 9/25/12-5/28/15 (w/ OAK)
Recall - Recall from rehab at Tacoma LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
& activated from 60-day DL Sept. 1. 1 2 times, last 7/8/15 (w/ OAK)
Rehab - Made 8 rehab appearances MOST INNINGS:
(2 starts) with the AZL Mariners, ad- 3.2 4/9/15 vs. TEX (w/ OAK)
vanced A Bakersfield, AA Jackson and
AAA Tacomawas 0-1 with a 6.48
ERA (6 ER, 8.1 IP) with 14 strikeouts and 3 walks.
DL Time - Originally placed on 15-day DL April 3 (retro to 3/25) with strained right latissimus
dorsi muscletransferred to the 60-day disabled list May 29.
PERSONAL: Evan Lee Scribnergraduated from Shepaug Valley High School in
Connecticutattended Central Connecticut State University.
CAREER: Has spent his career with four organizations; Arizona (2007-08), San Diego (2008-
11), Oakland (2012-15) and Seattle (2016-current)in his Major League career, has a 5.14
strikeout-to-walk ratiohas spent time in the Majors in each of last 6 seasons (2011-c).
2007: Split season between Rookie-level Missoula and A South Bendcombined to go 1-1
with two saves and a 2.85 ERA in 23 relief appearances.
2008: Split season between Arizonas Single-A affiliates in South Bend and Visalia and A
Lake Elsinore in San Diego organizationcombined for a 4-5 record, 10 saves and a
2.00 ERA in 48 relief appearancesstruck out 12.43 per nine inningsallowed a .174
opponents batting average, 5th-lowest among all Single-A pitchers and 9th in K/9.0 IP
was traded to San Diego for infielder Tony Clark July 17.
2009: Spent season with AA San Antoniowas 8-4 with 21 saves and a 3.07 ERA in 58 relief
appearancesin Texas League ranked 2nd in games, 3rd in saves and among relievers
was 3rd in BB/9.0 IP (2.18) and 4th in opponents batting (.224) and K/9.0 IP (9.85)
named to Texas League All-Star Gamepitched for Peoria in Arizona Fall League, going
0-1 with two saves and 1.59 ERA in 12 games.
2010: Spent season with AA San Antonio, making 57 relief appearanceshad 16 saves in
17 opportunities while recording a 2.59 ERAstruck out 81 while walking just 15 for a
strikeout to walk ratio of 5.40averaged 11.05 strikeouts per nine inningsled Texas
League in games and was 4th in savesranked third among TL relievers in strikeouts per
nine innings and fewest walks per nine innings (1.91) and was fifth in opponents batting
(.213)appeared in Texas League All-Star game, working 0.2 scoreless innings of relief.
2011: Major League debut with San Diego, posting a 7.07 ERA in 10 relief appearances over
two stintsmade MLB debut April 26 at Atlanta (2.0 ShO IP)with AAA Tucson was 2-3
with a 4.71 ERA in 28 relief appearances with Tucsonon the disabled list July 28 with a
strained right shoulderwas recalled by San Diego Sept. 2 and placed on the 60-day DL.
2012: Split season between Oakland and AAA Sacramentowas 2-0 with a save and a
2.55 ERA (10 ER, 35.1 IP) in 30 relief appearances over three stints with Oaklandwas
3-0 record, eight saves and a 3.03 ERA (12 ER, 35.2 IP) in 26 games with Sacramento
selected from Sacramento June 6 and made Oakland debut June 10 at Arizona, retiring
all four batters that he facedtossed 3.0 scoreless innings in Oaklands 10-2 win against
San Diego June 15 for first Major League save.tossed scoreless ninth inning for first ML
win Sept. 25 at Texasled Sacramento in saves (8).

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2013: Spent most of season with AAA Sacramento but appeared in 18 games in five stints
with Oaklandhad a 4.39 ERA and .243 opponents batting averageon Oakland
Opening Day rosterwas 3-1 with a save, a 2.22 ERA in 31 relief appearances with
Sacramento, averaging 1.81 walks per nine innings and 11.69 strikeoutstossed at least
one inning in 30 of his 31 outings, including two or more nine timeswith Sacramento,
did not allow a home run April 27-Aug. 17, a span of 27 games (40.2 IP).

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2014: Spent most of season with AAA Sacramento where he was 4-1 with 16 saves and
a 3.06 ERA in 40 relief appearanceswent 1-0 with a 4.63 ERA in 13 games over four
stints with Oaklandon Oaklands Opening Day rosterdesignated for assignment
Aug. 1 and optioned to Sacramento Aug. 2with Sacramento, converted 16-of-20 save
opportunities (5th in PCL in saves)in minors, struck out 13.79 K/9.0 IPhad an 8.00
strikeout-to-walk ratiohad 25-game streak May 19-Aug. 18 with one-plus strikeouts.
2015: Spent entire season in Majors for first time in career and was 2-2 with 4.35 ERA (29
ER, 60.0 IP) in a career-high 54 relief appearancesmissed September with a torn right
lat muscle (placed on 60-day DL Sept. 10)had 2.01 ERA (7 ER, 31.1 IP) in first 27 games
(through June 6)had a 6.91 ERA (22 ER, 28.2 IP) over his final 27 appearanceswalked
four batters in 60.0 innings0.60 BB/9.0 IP ratio was lowest among MLB relievers and
3rd-best in Oakland history by a reliever (Eckersley, 0.47 in 1989, 0.49 in 1990)had MLB-
leading 16.00 K/BB ratio, 3rd-best behind Eckersley (18.33 in 1989, 18.25 in 1990)his 14
home runs allowed were most among Major League relievers, 2nd-most in Oakland history
by a reliever (K. Atherton, 17 in 1985) and 3rd-most in Athletics history (J. Wyatt, 23 in 1964).
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Tossed 2.0 scoreless innings in Game 5 of 2012 Division
Series vs. Detroit, striking out three.

SCRIBNERs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2007 Missoula 0-1 2.92 18 0 0 0 2 37.0 35 13 12 1 3 9 48 3 0
South Bend 1-0 2.61 5 0 0 0 0 10.1 7 3 3 1 0 5 13 0 0
2008 South Bend 2-3 1.57 23 0 0 0 8 34.1 23 7 6 0 3 8 52 1 0
Visalia 0-1 1.86 5 0 0 0 1 9.2 5 2 2 1 0 2 10 1 0
Lake Elsinore 2-1 2.70 20 0 0 0 1 23.1 14 7 7 3 2 3 31 0 0
2009 San Antonio 8-4 3.07 58 0 0 0 21 70.1 60 27 24 4 0 20 77 2 0
2010 San Antonio 4-5 2.59 57 0 0 0 16 66.0 51 22 19 6 5 15 81 1 0
2011 Tucson 2-3 4.71 28 0 0 0 10 28.2 27 15 15 2 0 12 27 1 0
SAN DIEGO 0-0 7.07 10 0 0 0 0 14.0 18 11 11 1 0 4 10 0 0
2012 Sacramento 3-0 3.03 26 0 0 0 8 35.2 26 12 12 4 0 10 38 1 0
OAKLAND 2-0 2.55 30 0 0 0 1 35.1 30 11 10 2 0 12 30 1 0
2013 OAKLAND 0-0 4.39 18 0 0 0 0 26.2 26 13 13 3 0 7 19 2 0
Sacramento 3-1 2.22 31 0 0 0 1 44.2 32 12 11 2 0 9 58 1 0
2014 OAKLAND 1-0 4.63 13 0 0 0 0 11.2 11 6 6 4 1 0 11 0 0
Sacramento 4-1 3.06 40 0 0 0 16 47.0 39 16 16 4 1 9 72 0 2
2015 OAKLAND 2-2 4.35 54 0 0 0 0 60.0 58 31 29 14 2 4 64 2 0
2016 Bakersfield # 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
AZL Mariners # 0-1 21.60 2 1 0 0 0 1.2 5 4 4 1 0 0 3 0 0
Jackson # 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
Tacoma # 0-0 3.86 4 0 0 0 0 4.2 5 2 2 1 0 2 8 3 0
SEATTLE 0-0 0.00 12 0 0 0 0 14.0 5 0 0 0 1 2 15 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 29-21 2.88 319 2 0 0 84 415.1 330 142 133 30 14 105 521 14 2
AL Totals 5-2 3.53 127 0 0 0 1 147.2 130 61 58 23 4 25 139 5 0
NL Totals 0-0 7.07 10 0 0 0 0 14.0 18 11 11 1 0 4 10 0 0
ML Totals 5-2 3.84 137 0 0 0 1 161.2 148 72 69 24 4 29 149 5 0

DIVISION SERIES RECORD


YEAR
CLUB, OPP W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2012
OAK vs. DET 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0

SCRIBNERs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Arizona in the 28th round of the 2007 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
Acquired by San Diego from Arizona in exchange for Tony Clark (inf) July 17, 2008.
On 60-day disabled list Sept. 2-Nov. 2, 2011 (strained right shoulder).
Acquired by Oakland off waivers from San Diego Oct. 25, 2011.
On 60-day disabled list Sept. 10-Nov. 3, 2015 with torn right lat muscle.
Acquired by Seattle from Oakland in exchange for Trey Cochran-Gill (rhp) Dec. 8, 2015.
On 60-day disabled list May 29-Sept. 1, 2016 with strained right latissimus dorsi muscle.

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KYLE SEAGER (15)
POSITION: Third Baseman
AGE: 29 BORN: 11-3-87 in Charlotte, NC
BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 210
ML SERVICE: 5 years, 85 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed thru 2021 with club option for 2022
ACQUIRED: Mariners 3rd round selection in the 2009 June draft;
2017 MARINERS

signed by Mariners scout Rob Mummau


PRONUNCIATION: Seager (SEE-guhr)
2016:
The Totals - Hit .278 (166x597) with
89 runs, 36 doubles, 3 triples, 30 home
SEAGERs CAREER HIGHS
runs, 99 RBI, a .359 OBP and a .499 MOST HITS:
slugging percentage in 158 games. 4 7 times; last 6/1/16 at SD
Career Year - Set career-highs in home MOST HOME RUNS: 2 6 times;
runs (30), RBI (99), batting (.278), runs last 7/17/15 at NYY
(89), OBP (.359), slugging % (.499), MOST RBI: 6 5/26/15 at TB
walks (69) and game-winning RBI MOST STOLEN BASES: 1 41 times;
(11)finished with 36 doubles, 1 shy of last 9/5/16 vs. TEX
matching his career-best (37, 2015). LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
Diamond Power - Has hit 126 career 16 4/11-27/13
home runs, all with the Marinersone CAREER GRAND SLAMS:
of 4 infielders to hit 125+ homers with 3 last 6/10/15 at CLE
Seattle (also: Alex Rodriguez, 189, Alvin
Davis, 160 & Bret Boone, 143).
Irreplaceable - Posted a 6.9 WAR (Baseball Reference), the highest of any Mariners 3rd
baseman (previous: Edgar Martinez, 6.5, 1992)ranks 13th-best in single-season club
history among position playersalso 7th-highest by a position player in MLB last season.
Hot Corner Leader - Among American League 3rd basemen, ranked T2nd in RBI (99),
3rd in OBP (.359), T3rd in runs (89), 4th in doubles (36), 4th in extra-base hits (69), 4th in
OPS (.859), 5th in hits (166), 5th in slugging percentage (.499) and 6th in home runs (30).
Hawt Corner - Became the first 3rd baseman in club history to post at least 35 doubles,
30 home runs and 90 RBI in a season.
Century Mark - Hit his 100th career home run on April 25 vs. Houston, becoming the
12th player to hit 100+ home runs with the Mariners and the 7th player in club history to
hit his first 100 career home runs with Seattle.
Defense Saves - Ranked T1st among AL 3rd basemen (also: Adrian Beltre-TEX)
in Defensive Runs Saved with 15, according to The Fielding Biblealso led AL 3rd
basemen in double plays started (43)finished 3rd among Junior Circuit 3rd basemen
with 41 Good Fielding Plays (Baseball Info Solutions) .
Like a Fine Wine - Has increased his home run total in each of his first 6 seasons in
the Majors (2011: 3, 2012: 20, 2013: 22, 2014: 25, 2015: 26 & 2016: 30)hes the first
player in MLB to do so since Matt Kemp (2006-11)the only other Mariners player to
accomplish this feat is Tino Martinez.
Iron Man - Led the AL in starts at 3rd base (156)led MLB in innings played at 3rd base (1399.2).
3 Ball - Tied for the ML lead in 3-run home runs with 9 (also: Nolan Arenado-COL & Justin
Upton-DET) nine 3-run homers are T3rd-most in club history (also: Jay Buhner, 3x, last:
2000), trailing Ken Griffey Jr.s 13 3-run HR in 1996 and Buhners 11 3-run HR in 1996.
Climbing the Ladder - Ranks in the top-5 in several major offensive categories in club
history through a players age-28 seasonhis 126 career home runs are 4th-most in club
history through his age-28 season, trailing Ken Griffey Jr. (350), Alex Rodriguez (189) and
Alvin Davis (131)his 408 runs are 4th-most, behind
Griffey (940), Rodriguez (627) and Davis (461)his 180 POWER SOURCE
doubles are 4th-most, trailing Griffey (294), Rodriguez Kyle is one of 5 players to record
(194) and Jose Lopez (189)also ranks 4th in RBI 4 seaons since 2012 with at least
at the end of his age-28 campaign with 437, behind 30 doubles and 20 home runshe
Griffey (1018), Rodriguez (595) and Davis (530)he joins teammate Robinson Can,
Josh Donaldson, Paul Goldschmidt
ranks 5th in hits through age-28, behind Griffey (1569), and Mike Trout as the only players
Rodriguez (966), Davis (921) and Lopez (897). to accomplish that feat.

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Multi-Hit Leader - Recorded his 202nd multi-hit game as a 3rd baseman on July 7
at Kansas City, surpassing Adrian Beltre for most multi-hit games as a Mariners 3rd
basemanhas 223 career multi-hit games as a 3rd baseman and 229 overall.
Solving Lefties - Ranked T1st in the Major Leagues among left-handed hitters (also:
Robinson Can) in home runs vs. left-handed pitchers with 11.
Two Outs, So What - Ranked T4th in MLB with 43 two-out RBI (also: Mookie Betts-BOS,

2017 MARINERS
Kendrys Morales-KC, Mike Napoli-CLE & Justin Upton-DET)
PERSONAL: Kyle Duerr Seagerresides in Salisbury, NC with wife Julie, son, Crue and
daughter, Remihas two brothers, Justin and CoreyJustin is a player in the Mariners
organization after being selected in the 12th round of the 2013 Draft, and Corey was a
first-round pick of the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2012 (18th overall)father, Jeff, played
college baseball at Fairleigh Dickinsongraduated from Northwest Cabarrus (NC) High
School in 2006first-team High School All-American and Impact Baseball co-North
Carolina Player of the Yearearned all-state and All-Charlotte Observer honorsplayed
three seasons at the University of North Carolina, 2007-09 playing second and third
basenamed first-team All-ACC in 2009 and 2nd-team All-America from the NCBWA
won the Walter Rabb Award as the Tar Heels most improved position player during his
sophomore seasonhelped lead UNC to 3 consecutive trips to the College World Series.
CAREER: Spent entire career in Mariners organization after being selected in the 3rd round
of the 2009 June Draft (82nd overall); signed by Mariners scout Rob Mummauin parts
of 6 Major League seasons with the Mariners, is a career .266 (851x3201) hitter with 408
runs, 180 doubles, 10 triples, 126 home runs and 437 RBI in 846 career gamesmade his
Major League debut on July 7, 2011 at Los Angeles-ALrecorded his firs ML hit (a single)
off of Dan Haren on July 10, 2011 at the Angelsbelted his first Major League home run
off of Wade Davis on Aug. 19, 2011 at Tampa Bay.
2009: Appeared in 41 games with Clinton and with AZL Mariners (July 17) and High Desert
(Sept. 6-7)made professional debut July 17 with the AZL Mariners.
2010: Appeared in 135 games with High Desertled all minor leaguers in hits (192) and runs
(126)won California League batting title with a .345 average, and ranked 2nd in on-base
percentage (.419) and doubles (40)most hits in the minors since Joe Thurston recorded
196 in 2002named to the CL midseason and postseason All-Star teamsrecorded 32-
game hitting streak, June 19-July 27 (.428/59x138, 37 R, 12 2B, 2 3B, 5 HR, 26 RBI), the
2nd-longest in MiLBreached base safely in 40 straight games, June 17-Aug. 3.
2011: Split season between AA Jackson, AAA Tacoma, and had a pair of stints with Mariners,
July 7-21 and Aug. 2-end of seasonappeared in 53 games for Seattle at 3 positions: 3B
42 G/38 GS, SS 10 G/8 GS, 2B 3 G/GStied Mariners record with 3 doubles Aug.
24 at Cleveland (22nd player, 24th time) while going 4-for-4only rookie in club history to
go 4-for-4 or better with 3+ extra-base hits in a gamewent 6-for-9 with 2 doubles, home
run and 2 runs in Aug. 23 doubleheader at Cleveland; tied Mariners DH record with 6
hitstied club record with three consecutive 3-hit games Aug. 23 (G#1&2)-24selected
to Majors July 6 from AAA Tacoma (post-game)made MLB debut July 7 at LAA (started
at 3B)first hit July 10 at LAA (off D. Haren)first ML home run Aug. 19 at Tampa Bay
(off W. Davis)opened season with AA Jacksonnamed a Southern League All-Star.
2012: Appeared in 155 games, making 153 starts (3B-137, 2B-14, DH-2)Mariners nominee
for Hank Aaron Awardled team in games (155), hits (154), doubles (35), home runs
(20), RBI (86), extra-base hits (56) and multi-hit games (42)named Mariners MVP by
Seattle chapter of the BBWAA12th player in club
history (24th time) to record a season with 20+ HR, IRON MAN
35+ 2B and 85+ RBIled team with 20 home runs Kyle has appeared in 839 of the
and 86 RBI, joining Alvin Davis as only Mariners with Mariners last 864 games dating
a 20 HR-85 RBI season in either of first two MLB back to Aug. 2, 2011since 2012,
Seager leads all players in starts at
seasonsamong AL third basemen (while playing 3rd base:
3B) ranked 3rd in RBI (81), hits (139), doubles (30),
slugging (.425), 5th in home runs (18)2nd in A.L. Starts at 3rd base since 2012:
and 5th in Majors in road RBI (60)86 RBI were the 1. Kyle Seager...........................767
most by A.L. player in his age-25 season or younger 2. Chase Headley.......................703
in 2012 (ranked 7th in MLB)ranked 2nd in A.L. 3. Adrian Beltre...........................694
with 44 2-out RBIled AL batting .667 (8x12) with 4. Josh Donaldson.....................656
bases loaded. 5. Evan Longoria........................647

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2013: Appeared in team-high 160 games, tied for 4th-most in the ALnamed the Mariners
MVP by the Seattle chapter of the BBWAA for the second consecutive seasonhit 22
home runs, his second consecutive season with 20+ homers (20 in 12)first Mariners
player since Raul Ibaez (2005-08) with consecutive 20+ homer seasonsled all Major
League third basemen in games played (160), starts (158) and innings played (1425.0)
started 106 consecutive team games May 24-Sept. 19, the longest streak in club history
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by a Mariners third baseman7th time in club history a player started at least 100
straight team games in a season at the same position (first since Griffey-CF & Rodriguez-
SS in 1998)hit first career grand slam in the 14th inning June 5 vs. Chicago (AL) to tie
the game at 5-5first game-tying grand slam in extra innings in MLB historyrecorded
pair of hitting streaks of 15+ games, including career-high 16-game streak April 11-27
(.390/23x59), the longest April hitting streak in club history.
2014: Appeared in 159 games, making 158 starts (3B-157, DH-1), hitting .268 (158x590)
with 71 runs, 27 doubles, 4 triples, 25 home runs and 96 RBIled club in games (159),
home runs (25), RBI (96), extra-base hits (56), T1st in slugging (.454), 2nd in at-bats (590),
runs (71), hits (158), walks (52), T2nd in doubles (27) and triples (4)named Rawlings
Gold Glove winner for A.L. at third base; second 3B in club history to win Gold Glove
(Adrian Beltre)selected to A.L. All-Star team (replaced Torontos Edwin Encarnacion)
two-time A.L. Player of the Week: April 21-27 (.409/9x22, 8 R, 5 HR, 11 RBI) and June
23-29 (.583/14x24, 5 R, 3 2B, 2 HR, 8 RBI)first Mariners player since Ken Griffey Jr. in
1998 to earn multiple Player of the Week honors in same seasonamongst A.L. third
basemen, ranked 2nd in games (159), home runs (25), RBI (96), T2nd in hits (158), 3rd
in slugging (.454), 4th in runs (71), 7th in doubles
(27)his 96 RBI were 3rd-most in club history
by third baseman: Jim Presley, 109 in 1986 & MARINERS ALL-TIME
Adrian Beltre, 98 in 2007joined Presley in 1986 BATTING LEADERS
as only primary 3B to lead club in RBIhis .788 Kyle ranks among the top-10 of the
OPS was 6th-highest among MLB third baseman, Mariners all-time club records for
3rd-best in A.L. behind Adrian Beltre and Josh games played, at-bats, home runs,
Donaldson15th Mariners player to record a 25 RBI, total bases and extra base hits:
double, 25 home run, 90 RBI seasonplayed Rk. Mariners Player Games
final 126 games of season (since May 11)led 9. Jose Lopez............................873
Major League third basemen with .981 fielding 10. Kyle Seager..........................846
percentage, the best single-season fielding Dave Valle..............................846
percentage by 3B in club history, and 10th-best 12. Bret Boone............................803
in A.L. history since 1948recorded 3rd-highest
SABR Defensive Index Rating in A.L. at 17.9hit Rk. Mariners Player At-Bats
16 homers at Safeco Field, T7th-most in ballpark 9. Jose Lopez.........................3,374
history and 53 RBI ranked T11thoverall at home 10. Kyle Seager.......................3,201
hit .300 (83x277) with 34 runs, 12 doubles, 1 triple, 11. Alex Rodriguez...................3,126
16 home runs, 53 RBI, .370 on-base percentage
and a .523 slugging marktied club record with Rk. Mariners Player Home Runs
4 extra-base hits and 2 triples June 2 at New York 7. Bret Boone............................143
8. Kyle Seager..........................126
(AL); went 4-for-5 with 3 runs, double, 2 triples,
9. Jim Presley............................115
home run and 3 RBIbecame the first player
to hit 2 triples and at least one homer and one Rk. Mariners Player RBI
double since Hal Breeden for Montreal in 1973 9. Dan Wilson............................508
last A.L. player to do it was Hoot Evers for Detroit 10. Kyle Seager..........................437
in 1950recorded 5 home runs and 11 RBI over 11. Jose Lopez............................431
4-game stretch April 23-27 (.533/8x15); only other
Mariners player with as many hits, RBI and home Rk. Mariners Player Total Bases
runs over 4-game stretch was Ken Griffey Jr. (May 9. Bret Boone.........................1,491
21-24, 1996: 10x18, 5 HR, 12 RBI)walk-off 10. Kyle Seager.......................1,429
3-run home run April 23 vs. Houstons Josh Fields 11. Harold Reynolds.................1,410
to give Seattle a 5-3 winhad pair of multi-HR
games: April 23 vs. Houston (including walk-off) Rk. Mariners Player Extra-Base Hits
and April 27 vs. Texas (including go-ahead 3-run 8. Bret Boone............................326
HR in 8th)Mariners nominee for Heart and 9. Kyle Seager..........................316
Hustle Award. 10. Dan Wilson............................308

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2015: Hit .266 (166x623) with 85 runs, 37 doubles, 26 home runs and 74 RBI in 161 games...
set career-bests in games (161), hits (166) and doubles (37)...appeared in 161 games,
2nd-most in MLB behind Manny Machado-BAL...hit .313 (42x134) with 24 runs, 10
doubles, 8 home runs, 25 RBI, 15 walks, a .392 on-base percentage, .567 slugging & .959
OPS (Aug. 28-end of season)...hit 9 home runs in final 36 games including 5 in 9-game
span Aug. 26-Sept. 4...recorded 63 extra-base hits, 2nd on team (Nelson Cruz, 67) and

2017 MARINERS
14th in AL...hit 13 home runs against left-handed pitching, the most by left-handed hitter
in Majors (Chris Davis & Mike Moustakas, 10)Ken Griffey Jr. is only Mariners lefty hitter
with more in a season (21 in 1998 & 1996, 16 in 1994, 14 in 1997 & 13 in 1993)...hit a
career-best 26 home runs, becoming the first Mariners player with consecutive 25+ home
run seasons since Adrian Beltre (2006-08)...his 26 home runs as a third baseman was
3rd in the A.L. behind Josh Donaldson (38) & Manny Machado (34) & T5th in the Majors...
hit .297 (68x229) with 10 doubles, 13 home runs, 35 RBI and an .835 OPS against left-
handed pitching; .249 (98x394) with 27 doubles, 13 home runs, 39 RBI and a .747 OPS
against right-handers...increased HR total in each of his 5 MLB seasons from 3 in 2011
(53 G), 20 in 2012 (155 G), 22 in 2013 (160 G), 25 in 2014 (159 G) and 26 in 2015 (159
G)he is the second Mariners player to increase his home run output in each of his first
5 seasons, joining Tino Martinez (0 in 1990, 4 in 1991, 16 in 1992, 17 in 1993, 20 in 1994,
31 in 1995)...ranked 8th in the ALwith 49 road RBI...Mariners nominee for the Heart and
Hustle Award for second straight year, as voted on by Alumni and active MLB players
and is presented annually to an active player who demonstrates a passion for the game
of baseball and best embodies the values, spirit and traditions of the game...became the
7th player with at least four 20-homer seasons in a Mariners uniform (Griffey Jr. - 9, E.
Martinez - 8, Buhner - 8, Ibanez - 5, A. Rodriguez - 5, Boone - 4...became the 7th player
with at least 4 consecutive 20-HR seasons, joining Boone - 4, 2001-04, Rodriguez - 5,
1996-2000, Ibanez - 4, 2005-08, Buhner - 7, 1991-97, Martinez - 7, 1995-01, Griffey Jr.
- 5, 1990-94 & 4 - 1996-99)had two season-best 12-game hitting streaks: May 14-26
(.400/18x45, 9 R, 2B, 5 HR, 10 RBI) & Aug. 28-Sept. 9 (.511/24x47, 12 R, 4 2B, 5 HR, 15
RBI)...did not play on June 18, snapping a streak of 192 consecutive games played (191
starts) from May 11, 2014-June 17, 2015...hit two grand slams: May 26 against Tampa
Bays Jake McGee and June 10 against Clevelands Trevor Bauer, both on the road.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.
AWARDS: AL All-Star: 2014AL Gold Glove (3B): 2014AL Player of the Week: April 21-
27, 2014 (co), June 23-29, 2014Mariners MVP by Seattle Chapter of BBWAA: 2012,
2013Southern League All-Star: 2011California League All-Star: 2010.

SEAGERs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2009 AZL Mariners .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .000
Clinton .275 41 153 17 42 53 8 0 1 22 0 3 0 22 20 4 2 .346 .360
High Desert .000 2 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000
2010 High Desert *.345 135 *557 *126 *192 280 40 3 14 74 3 7 5 71 94 13 12 .503 .419
2011 Jackson .312 66 266 33 83 122 25 1 4 37 0 2 5 26 38 8 5 .459 .381
Tacoma .387 24 106 24 41 62 8 2 3 17 0 0 0 11 12 3 1 .585 .444
SEATTLE .258 53 182 22 47 69 13 0 3 13 2 2 2 13 36 3 1 .379 .312
2012 SEATTLE .259 155 594 62 154 251 35 1 20 86 2 4 5 46 110 13 5 .423 .316
2013 SEATTLE .260 160 615 79 160 262 32 2 22 69 0 5 7 68 122 9 3 .426 .338
2014 SEATTLE .268 159 590 71 158 268 27 4 25 96 1 3 8 52 118 7 5 .454 .334
2015 SEATTLE .266 161 623 85 166 281 37 0 26 74 0 4 5 54 98 6 6 .451 .328
2016 SEATTLE .278 158 597 89 166 298 36 3 30 99 0 2 8 69 108 3 1 .499 .359
Minor Lg Totals .328 269 1090 201 358 517 81 6 22 150 3 12 10 130 165 28 20 .474 .401
ML Totals .266 846 3201 408 851 1429 180 10 126 437 5 20 35 302 592 41 21 .446 .334
All-Star * Led League

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2014 AL, Minnesota .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000

SEAGERs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Seattle in the 3rd round (82nd overall) of the 2009 June draftsigned by
Mariners scout Rob Mummau.
Signed to a 7-year contract through 2021 with a club option for 2022, Dec. 3, 2014.
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JEAN SEGURA (2)
POSITION: Infielder
AGE: 26, turns 27 March 17 BORN: 3-17-90 in San Juan, DR
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 205
ML SERVICE: 4 years, 65 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Acquired by Seattle from Arizona along with Mitch
2017 MARINERS

Haniger (of) and Zac Curtis (lhp) in exchange for Taijuan Walker (rhp)
and Ketel Marte (inf) on Nov. 23, 2016
PRONUNCIATION: Jean (gene) Segura (seh-GOO-rah)
2016:
The Totals - Hit .319 (203x637) with SEGURAs CAREER HIGHS
102 runs, 41 doubles, 7 triples, 20 MOST HITS: 6 5/28/13 vs. MIN (w/ MIL)
home runs, 64 RBI and 33 stolen MOST HOME RUNS: 2 5 times, last
bases in 153 games with Arizona. 9/26/16 at WAS (w/ ARI)
Leading the Way - Led the National MOST RBI: 3 11 times; last
League in hits (203) and at-bats 9/26/16 at WAS (w/ ARI)
(637)also ranked T4th in infield MOST STOLEN BASES: 3 2 times,
hits (27), 5th in average (.319), T5th last 8/19/16 at SD (w/ ARI)
in doubles (41) and stolen bases (33), LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
6th in total bases (318), T7th in runs 12 6/16-29/13 (w/ MIL)
(102) and T8th in triples (7). CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None
Things That Come in Threes -
Tallied 24 games with 3 or more hits, the most in MLB.
Having a Record Year - Became one of 8 players in Major League history to record
a season with a .300+ batting average, 100+ runs, 200+ hits, 40+ doubles, 20+ home
runs and 30+ stolen bases (also: Jose Altuve-HOU: 2016, Craig Biggio-HOU: 1998, Ellis
Burks-COL: 1996, Jacoby Ellsbury-BOS: 2011, Hanley Ramirez-FLA: 2007, Alfonso
Soriano-NYY: 2002 and Larry Walker-COL: 1997).
This is WAR - Posted a 7.0 WAR (STATS LLC), 2nd-highest in the National League,
trailing only Chicago-NLs Kris Bryant (8.3)marked the best WAR by a National League
2nd baseman since Philadelphias Chase Utely in 2009 (7.4).
Leading Off - Batted leadoff in 147 games, most in the National Leagueamong NL
leadoff hitters, ranked 1st in hits (198) and times on base (248), T1st in triples (7), 2nd in
total bases (310), T2nd in home runs (20), 3rd in RBI (63), 4th in slugging (.499), 5th in
average (.319) and 8th in OBP (.368)also hit 8 leadoff home runs, T2nd-most in MLB
(also: Ian Kinsler-DET & George Springer-HOU), trailing Colorados Charlie Blackmon (10).
Career Year - Set single-season career-highs in games (153), batting (.319), runs (102), hits
(203), doubles (41), home runs (20), RBI (64), walks (39), OBP (.368), slugging percentage
(.499), OPS (.867), total bases (318), extra-base hits (68) & game-winning RBI (6).
Infield Pop - Recorded 4 multi-home run games, T4th-most by an infielder last season
(also: Kris Bryant-CHI, Chris Carter-MIL, Josh Donaldson-TOR, Anthony Rizzo-CHI,
Corey Seager-LAD & Trevor Story-COL)trailed only Detroits Miguel Cabrera (6),
Robinson Cano (5) and Colorados Nolan Arenado (5)posted 1 multi-homer game in his
previous 4 Major League seasons.
Getting Defensive - Appeared in 142 games (133 starts) at 2nd base and 23 games (17
starts) at shortstopposted a .985 fielding percentage (679 total chances, 10 errors).
Exist to Assist - Led all National League infielders in assists with 428.
PERSONAL: Jean Carlos Enrique Seguramarried to Kellenhas a son, Juan Diego
started at 2nd base and hit leadoff for the World Team in the 2012 All-Star Futures Game;
went 2-for-3 with 1 run.
CAREER: In parts of 5 Major League seasons with Los Angeles-AL (2012), Milwaukee (2012-
15) and Arizona (2016), Segura is a career .280 (685x2449) with 313 runs, 95 doubles, 31
triples, 43 home runs, 208 RBI and 129 stolen bases in 632 career gamessigned by Los
Angeles AL as a non-drafted international free agent on Jan. 22, 2007; signed by Angels
scout Leo Perezmade his ML debut with the Angels on July 24, 2012 vs. Kansas City.
2007: Made his professional debut with the DSL Angels, batting .324 (71x219) with 39 runs,
5 doubles, 2 triples, 2 home runs, 31 RBI and 22 stolen bases in 61 games.
2008: In 11 games with the AZL Angels, hit .250 (9x36) with 13 runs and 4 RBIsustained a
fractured left leg on July 5 and missed the remainder of the season.
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SEGURA (continued) ALL IN THE INFIELD
2009: Split the season with AAA Salt Lake and Jean Segura has recorded 133 infield hits since
rookie league Oremappeared in 7 games 2013, 2nd-most in the Major Leagues during that
with Salt Lake, batting .421 (8x19) with 2 spanSegura led the Majors in infield hits in
2013 with 44:
runs, 2 doubles and 2 RBItransferred
to Orem on June 19, where he hit .346 Infield Hits since 2013:
(56x162) with 33 runs, 10 doubles, 4 triples, 1. Dee Gordon.................................. 142

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3 home runs, 21 RBI and 11 stolen bases 2. Jean Segura................................ 133
in 36 gamesrecorded a 22-game hitting 3. Jose Altuve................................... 116
streak, July 4-29, batting .375 (39x104) 4. Starling Marte............................... 115
with 1 home run and 13 RBIsustained a 5. Norichika Aoki.............................. 110
broken finger on his right hand on Aug. 5
and missed the remainder of the season.
2010: Named to the Midwest League All-Star Team after batting .313 (161x515) with 89
runs, 24 doubles, 12 triples, 10 home runs, 79 RBI and 50 stolen bases in 130 games with
A Cedar Rapidsled the Midwest League in hits (161) while also ranking 2nd in batting
(.313), 3rd in stolen bases (50), T4th in runs (89) and triples (12), T7th in RBI (79), T12th in
OPS (.829) and 13th in slugging percentage (.464)tallied 47 multi-hit gamesappeared
in 1 game in the Dominican Winter League.
2011: Entered the season ranked as the No. 3 prospect in the Angels organization (Baseball
America)was a non-roster invitee to the Angels Major League spring training camp
in 44 games with advanced-A Inland Empire, hit .281 (52x185) with 26 runs, 9 doubles, 4
triples, 3 home runs, 21 RBI and 18 stolen basessustained a strained left hamstring on
May 27 and was sidelined for three monthsappeared in 8 games on a rehab assignment
with the AZL Angels, where he hit .367 (11x30) with 5 runs, 4 doubles, 1 home run and
5 RBIcombined for 48 starts at shortstop after previously only starting at 2nd base in
his minor league careerplayed in Arizona Fall League and Dominican Winter League.
2012: Ranked as the 2nd-best prospect in the Angels system by Baseball America heading
into the seasonbegan the season with AA Arkansas, batting .294 (110x374) with 50
runs, 10 doubles, 5 triples, 7 home runs, 40 RBI and 33 stolen basesnamed to the
Texas League Midseason All-Star teamselected to Team World for the 2012 All-Star
Futures Game; started at 2nd base and hit leadoff, going 2-for-3 with 1 runamong
Texas League leaders, ranked 4th in stolen bases (33) and 9th in batting (.294)recalled
by the Angels on July 22made his Major League debut on July 24 vs. Kansas City,
starting at shortstop and going 0-for-3 in his only game with the Angelsacquired by
Milwaukee from Los Angeles-AL along with RHP Johnny Hellweg and RHP Ariel Pena
in exchange for RHP Zack Greinke on July 27in 8 games with AA Huntsville, hit .433
(13x30) with 7 runs, 3 doubles, 4 RBI and 4 stolen basesrecalled by Milwaukee on Aug.
6 and made his Brewers debut later that day in a start at shortstop vs. Cincinnatibatted
.264 (39x148) with 19 runs, 4 doubles, 3 triples, 14 RBI and 7 stolen bases in 44 games
with the Brewersmade 43 starts with Milwaukee, all at shortstoprecorded his first
Major League hit with an infield single off of Mat Latos on Aug. 8 vs. Cincinnatiover
his final 22 games of the season (9/6-10/3), hit .329 (23x70) with 12 runs, 4 doubles, 2
triples, 7 RBI and 4 stolen basesplayed in 35 games with Cibao in the Dominican Winter
League, where he hit .324 (48x148) to claim the batting title.
2013: Selected to his first career All-Star Game as a reserve; went 0-for-1 in 4 innings as a
defensive replacement at shortstopnamed to the Opening Day roster for the first time
in his careerin his first full season in the Major Leagues, hit .294 (173x588) with 74 runs,
20 doubles, 10 triples, 12 home runs, 49 RBI and 44 stolen bases in 146 games with the
Brewersmade 143 starts, all at shortstopled the Majors in infield hits with 44, which
also established the Brewers franchise record for infield hits in a single seasonamong
National League leaders, ranked 2nd in stolen bases (44), T2nd in triples (10), 8th in hits
(173)tallied 47 multi-hit games, T15th-most in the NLled the club in batting (.294),
hits (173) and stolen bases (44) while ranking T1st in triples (10) belted his first Major
League home run off Wade Miley in the 4th inning on April 5 vs. Arizonanamed National
League player of the Week for May 6-12, after batting .500 (10x20) with 5 runs, 2 home
runs and 2 RBI in 5 gamesequaled the Brewers franchise record with 6 hits on May 28
vs. Minnesota; finished 6-for-7 with 2 runs and 1 RBI, equaling the mark shared by John
Briggs (8/4/73 at CLE) and Kevin Reimer (8/24/93 vs. OAK)missed 10 of the clubs final
11 games with a strained right hamstring.
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SEGURA (continued)
2014: Hit .246 (126x513) with 61 runs,
14 doubles, 6 triples, 5 home runs, 31 TRIPLE THREAT
RBI and 20 stolen bases in 146 games Since 2013, Jean Segura has recorded 28 tri-
with Milwaukeemade 139 starts, all ples, T4th-most in MLB during that time span.
at shortstopled the club in infield hits Triples since 2013:
with 37ranked T1st for the team lead in 1. Adam Eaton.................................... 32
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triples with 6became the first shortstop 2. Adeiny Hechavarria........................ 30


in Brewers club history to post consecutive 3. Mike Trout....................................... 29
seasons of at least 20 stolen bases (44 in 4. Jean Segura.................................. 28
2013 and 20 in 2014)recorded his first Brandon Crawford.......................... 28
career multi-home run game on June 20
at Colorado; finished 3-for-5 with 2 runs, 2
home runs and 3 RBIhit .319 (29x91) with 13 runs, 3 doubles, 1 home run, 4 RBI and 4
stolen bases over his last 32 games of the season (8/20-9/28).
2015: Batted .257 (144x560) with 57 runs, 16 doubles, 5 triples, 6 home runs, 50 RBI and 25
stolen bases in 142 games with Milwaukeeranked 7th in the National League in stolen
bases with 25, marking his 3rd consecutive season with at least 20 stealsbecame the
6th player in Brewers club history to post at least 3 seasons with 20 or more steals, joining
Paul Molitor, Ryan Braun, Carlos Gomez, Mike Felder and Tommy Harperon the 15-day
disabled list with a fractured finger on his right hand, May 14-28.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.
AWARDS: NL All-Star: 2013NL Player of the Week: May 12, 2013.
SEGURAs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2007 DSL Angels .324 61 219 39 71 86 5 2 2 31 7 1 3 22 28 22 6 .393 .392
2008 AZL Angels .250 11 36 13 9 9 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 6 5 1 0 .250 .372
2009 Orem .346 36 162 33 56 83 10 4 3 21 1 1 2 11 11 11 3 .512 .392
SaltLake .421 7 19 2 8 10 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 .526 .421
2010 CedarRapids .313 130 515 89 161 239 24 12 10 79 11 8 2 45 72 50 10 .464 .365
2011 AZL Angels .367 8 30 5 11 18 4 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 .600 .367
InlandEmpire .281 44 185 26 52 78 9 4 3 21 0 1 1 15 26 18 6 .422 .337
2012 Arkansas .294 94 374 50 110 151 10 5 7 40 6 3 8 23 57 33 13 .404 .346
Huntsville .433 8 30 7 13 16 3 0 0 4 1 1 1 4 4 4 0 .533 .500
LOS ANGELES-AL .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .000 .000
MILWAUKEE .264 44 148 19 39 49 4 3 0 14 1 1 0 13 21 7 1 .331 .321
2013 MILWAUKEE .294 146 588 74 173 249 20 10 12 49 2 2 6 25 84 44 13 .423 .329
2014 MILWAUKEE .246 146 513 61 126 167 14 6 5 31 10 2 4 28 70 20 9 .326 .289
2015 MILWAUKEE .257 142 560 57 144 188 16 5 6 50 3 2 6 13 93 25 6 .336 .281
2016 ARIZONA .319 153 * 637 102
* 203 318 41 7 20 64 4 2 12 39 101 33 10 .499 .368
Minor Lg Totals .313 399 1570 264 491 690 67 27 26 207 26 15 18 126 210 139 38 .439 .367
ML Totals .280 632 2449 313 685 971 95 31 43 208 20 9 28 118 371 129 39 .396 .319
All-Star * Led League # MLB Rehab Assignment

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2013 NL, New York-NL .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000

SEGURAs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Signed by Los Angeles AL as a non-drafted international free agent, Jan. 22, 2007
signed by Angels scout Leo Perez.
Acquired by Milwaukee from Los Angeles AL along with Johnny Hellweg (rhp) and Ariel
Pena (rhp) in exchange for Zack Greinke (rhp), July 27, 2012.
Placed on the bereavement list, July 12-18, 2014.
On the 15-day disabled list May 13-29, 2015 with a fractured finger on his right hand.
Acquired by Arizona from Milwaukee along with Tyler Wagner (rhp) in exchange for Chase
Anderson (rhp), Aaron Hill (inf) and Isan Diaz (inf), Jan. 30, 2016.
Acquired by Seattle from Arizona along with Mitch Haniger (of) and Zac Curtis (lhp) in
exchange for Taijuan Walker (rhp) and Ketel Marte (inf), Nov. 23, 2016.

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SHAE SIMMONS (59)
POSITION: Right-handed pitcher
AGE: 26, turns 27 on Sept. 3 BORN: 9-3-90 in Cape Girardeau, MO
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 190
ML SERVICE: 2 Years, 111 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Acquired from Atlanta along with Mallex Smith (of) in

2017 MARINERS
exchange for Luiz Gohara (lhp) and Thomas Burrows (lhp), Jan. 11, 2017

2016:
Totals - Made 7 relief appearances
with Atlanta, posting a 1.35 ERA (1
SIMMONS CAREER HIGHS
ER, 6.2 IP) with 3 strikeouts. MOST STRIKEOUTS:
On the Mend - Spent the majority 3 7/11/14 at CHC w/ATL
of the season returning from Tom- LOW-HIT GAME: None
my John surgery performed on LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
Feb. 12, 2015began the season 1 7/1/14 w/ATL
the 15-day disabled listincluded LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
rehab assignments with AAA Gwin- 2 7/19-21/14 w/ATL
nett, A Rome and GCL Braves. MOST INNINGS: 1.2 3 times;
Rehab Recap - Made 12 appear- last 7/11/14 at CHC w/ATL
ances (4 starts) with AAA Gwin-
nett, posting 1.50 ERA (2 ER, 12.0 IP) with 14 strikeoutsin 4 outings, including 3 starts)
with A Rome, allowed 3 runs (0 earned runs) while striking out 4 and walking 1started 3
games with GCL Braves, posting a 6.00 ERA (2 ER, 3.0 IP) with 5 strikeouts and 2 walks.
Back in the Bigs - Recalled from AAA Gwinnett on Aug. 30made his first Major League
appearance since July 26, 2014 on Sept. 1 vs. San Diego; worked a scoreless 8th inning.
No Runs for You - Did not allow a run in 6 of his 7 outings with Atlanta (1 ER, 6.2 IP).
PERSONAL: Shae Austin Simmonsresides in Scott City, Moattended Southeast
Missouri State Universitynamed 2nd-team All-Ohio Valley Conference selection in 2012
posting a record of 7-4 with a 4.50 ERA (41 ER, 82.0 IP) with 89 strikeouts and 52 walks
in 15 startsearned a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice with a minor in criminology
from Southeast Missouri State University in the offseason following the 2015 season.
CAREER: In parts of two Major League seasons with Atlanta (2014 & 2016), is 1-2 with 2.54
ERA (8 ER, 28.1 IP) with 26 strikeouts in 33 career gamesselected by Atlanta in 22nd
round of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft; signed by Braves scout Terry Trippmade
his ML debut on May 31, 2014 at Miami; struck out the only batter he faced on 3 pitches.
2012: Made his professional debut with the GCL Braves, posting a record of 2-0 with 15
strikeouts and 8 walksdid not allow an earned run in 7 games (1 start)in 9 outings
with Danville, went 0-2 with a 3.48 ERA (4 ER, 10.1 IP) with 21 strikeouts and 8 walks.
2013: Named by Atlanta as Romes Pitcher of the Year after going 1-1 with 24 saves and a
1.49 ERA (7 ER, 42.1 IP) with 66 strikeouts in 39 appearanceshis 24 saves ranked 2nd
in the South Atlantic Leaguepromoted to AA Mississippi on Aug. 6, where he posted
2.45 ERA (3 ER, 11.0 IP) with 16 strikeouts in 11 gamesdid not allow an earned run in 27
consecutive combined appearances with A Rome and AA Mississippi, May 23-Aug. 11.
2014: Began the season with AA Mississippi and posted a 0.78 ERA (2 ER, 23.0 IP) with 14
saves in 20 gamesrecorded 30 strikeouts and 6 walksselected by Atlanta on May
31at the time of his selection (5/31), led the Southern League in saves (14)made his
Major League debut that night (5/31) at Miami; entered the game in the 8th inning with
2 on and 1 out and struck out the only batter he faced on 3 pitchesearned his first
career save on June 1 at Miami, allowing 2 hits and 1 walk in a scoreless 9th inning
turned in 7 scoreless appearances to begin his Major League career before allowing 2
runs (1 earned) on June 13 vs. Los Angeles-ALplaced on the 15-day disabled list on
July 29 (retroactive to July 27) through the end of the season with a right shoulder strain
appeared in 2 games on a rehab assignment with AAA Gwinnett, posting a record of 0-1
with a 36.00 ERA (4 ER, 1.0 IP) with 1 strikeout and 2 walks.
2015: Spent entire season on 60-day disabled list recovering from Tommy John surgery
thatDr. James Andrews performed the procedure on Feb. 12 in Gulf Breeze, FL.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

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SIMMONS (continued)
SIMMONS PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2012 GCL Braves 2-0 0.00 7 1 0 0 0 14.1 5 1 0 0 0 8 15 2 0
Danville 0-2 3.48 9 0 0 0 2 10.1 11 7 4 0 0 8 21 3 0
2013 Rome 1-1 1.49 39 0 0 0 24 42.1 26 12 7 0 4 15 66 5 0
Mississippi 0-0 2.45 11 0 0 0 0 11.0 5 3 3 0 0 7 16 1 0
2014 Mississippi 0-0 0.78 20 0 0 0 14 23.0 15 2 2 0 1 6 30 0 0
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ATLANTA 1-2 2.91 26 0 0 0 1 21.2 15 8 7 1 0 11 23 1 0


Gwinnett # 0-1 36.00 2 2 0 0 0 1.0 3 4 4 0 0 2 1 0 0
2015 DID
NOT
PLAY -
INJURY
2016 Gwinnett # 0-0 1.50 12 4 0 0 1 12.0 7 2 2 0 2 9 14 1 1
Rome # 0-0 0.00 4 3 0 0 0 3.1 2 3 0 0 1 1 4 1 0
GCL Braves # 0-0 6.00 3 3 0 0 0 3.0 2 2 2 0 0 2 5 2 0
ATLANTA 0-0 1.35 7 0 0 0 0 6.2 6 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 3-4 1.80 107 13 0 0 41 120.1 76 36 24 0 8 58 172 15 1
ML Totals 1-2 2.54 33 0 0 0 1 28.1 21 9 8 1 0 11 26 1 0

SIMMONS CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Atlanta in the 22nd round of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draftsigned by
Braves scout Terry Tripp.
On 15-day disabled list July 27-Sept. 29, 2014 with a right shoulder strainincluded a
rehab assignment to AAA Gwinnett.
On 60-day disabled list Feb. 20-Nov. 4, 2015 recovering from right elbow surgery.
On 15-day disabled list April 3-Aug. 8, 2016 recovering from right elbow surgery
included rehab assingment with AAA Gwinnett, A Rome and GCL Braves.
Acquired by Seattle from Atlanta along with Mallex Smith (of) in exchange for Luiz Gohara
(lhp) and Thomas Burrows (lhp), Jan. 11, 2017.

Mariners Lowest ERA Over


2-Year Span (Min. 150.0 IP)
1. J.J. Putz 2006-07 1.86
2. Arthur Rhodes 2001-02 2.03
3. Bill Swift 1990-91 2.23
4. Shigetoshi Hasegawa 2002-03 2.32
5. Felix Hernandez 2009-10 2.38

MARINERS CONSECUTIVE CONVERTED SAVES


Player SV Dates
1. J.J. Putz..............................31 9/30/06-7/20/07
2. Eddie Guardado..................27 4/13/05-8/9/05
3. Kazuhiro Sasaki..................17 8/5/00-4/11/01
Norm Charlton....................17 8/29/95-5/12/96
Bill Swift..............................17 8/25/90-9/3/91
6. David Aardsma...................16 8/24/09-4/20/10
7. Kazuhiro Sasaki..................15 6/20/00-7/28-00
8. Brandon League.................14 5/18/11-7/4/11
Shigetoshi Hasegawa.........14 6/21/03-8/31/03
Mike Timlin..........................14 8/2/98-9/26/98
Mike Schooler.....................14 4/10/89-6/10-89
12. J.J. Putz..............................13 5/6/06-7/1/06
Bobby Ayala........................13 7/18/94-5/31/95
Tom Wilhelmsen..................13 6/30/14-9/18/15
15. Tom Wilhelmsen..................12 7/17/12-8/22/12
Kazuhiro Sasaki..................12 4/14/01-5/13/01
Jose Mesa...........................12 4/7/99-6/11/99
Mike Schooler.....................12 7/17/90-8/15/91

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DREW SMYLY (33)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 27, turns 28 June 13 BORN: 6-13-89 in Little Rock, AR
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 190
ML SERVICE: 4 years, 154 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In trade from Tampa Bay in exchange for Mallex Smith

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(of), Carlos Vargas (inf) and Ryan Yarbrough (lhp) on Jan. 11, 2017
PRONUNCIATION: Smyly (SMY-lee)
2016:
Totals He was 7-12 with a 4.88 ERA SMYLYs CAREER HIGHS
(95 ER, 175.1 IP) with 167 strikeouts MOST STRIKEOUTS:
in 30 starts with Tampa Bay. 12 6/15/16 vs. SEA (w/TB)
Highs - Career highs with 30 starts, LOW-HIT GAME: 2 8/22/15 at TOR (w/TB)
175.1 IP and 167 strikeouts. LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
Strong Finish - Began season 2-11 9 7/1/12-4/4/14
with 5.64 ERA (66 ER, 105.1 IP) in his LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
first 18 startsfinished 5-1 with 3.73 7 5/21/16-7/18/16
ERA (29 ER, 70.0 IP) in final 12 starts. MOST INNINGS:
Streaking - Had a 7-game losing
9.0 8/22/15 at TOR (w/TB)
streak (over 10 starts) from May 21
July 18, then won next 5 decisions
(over 11 starts) July 23Sep 20.
Strikeouts - Had four 10+ strikeout games, 4th-most among AL pitchers: Bostons David
Price (7), Detroits Justin Verlander (7) and Tampa Bays Chris Archer (6).
Career Best - Had 11 strikeouts in back-to-back starts (April 13 vs. Cleveland & April 19
at Boston) and a career-high 12 strikeouts (with 0 walks) on June 15 vs. Seattle.
Long Ball - Gave up 32 home runs, the 6th-most in the Majors.
Lefty Longball - Allowed 7 home runs to left-handed hitters, tied for most in the Majors
by a lefty (also: David Price and Hector Santiago)only 5 home runs to lefties (2013-15).
Just One - He and San Franciscos Madison Bumgarner were only two in Majors with 2
starts of 7.0+ IP and 1 hit-or-fewerApril 19 at BOS (8.0 IP) and Aug 15 vs. SD (7.0 IP).
Impressive - On April 19 became first opposing lefty to register 10+ strikeouts and 1-or-
fewer hits at Fenway Park (Elias Sports)retired last 17 batters but earned no decision
(8.0 IP, 1 H, 11 Kfirst AL pitcher since Baseball Reference data is available (1913) to
allow no runs, one hit or fewer and record 11-plus strikeouts and not earn the win.
PERSONAL: Todd Andrew Smylyattended Little Rock (Ark.) Central High Schoolearned
a scholarship at the University of Arkansas after pitching well at a campstress fracture
in left elbow worsened freshman in 2008, requiring surgeryas redshirt freshman in
2009 vs. the University of Oklahoma in the regionals, came within two outs of first no-
hitter in NCAA Tournament competition in 18 yearsas sophomore, went 9-1 with 2.80
ERA (32 ER, 103.0 IP) and 114 strikeoutsSecond-Team All-Southeastern Conference
selectionhis father, Todd, played four years (1978-81) of basketball at Jacksonville
(Ala.) State and was team captain his senior yearTodd also coached college basketball
for 12 seasons at Truett-McConnell Junior College (Ga.), Berry College (Ga.) and Saint
Leo University (Fla.), compiling a record of 211-159 (.570)Drew and his father own a
Beef OBradys restaurant in Maumelle, Ark., the eatery they frequented after his youth
gamesat the University of Arkansas, was roommates with Astros LH Dallas Keuchel.
CAREER: Worked almost exclusively as a starter throughout his minor league career and
his rookie season with Detroit in 2012 before transitioning to bullpen in 2013, making 63
relief appearancesover the last three seasons (2014-16), has appeared in 70 games,
67 of them as a starter, going 20-24 with a 4.01 ERA (173 ER, 388.0 IP) in the 67 starts.
2010: Selected Detroit in second round of 2010 MLB First-Year Player Draftdid not pitch
after signing Aug 16named Detroits No. 8 prospect after season by Baseball America.
2011: Made pro debut and moved from A Lakeland to AA Erienamed Tigers Minor League
Pitcher of the Year after going a combined 11-6 with a 2.07 ERA (29 ER, 126.0 IP) with 130
strikeoutsplayed with Team USA during Pan American Games following the season,
going 2-0 (0 ER, 17.0 IP) with 17 strikeouts in 3 startsTeam USA won silver medal.

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2012: Spent majority of season in Detroit rotationmade 18 starts and 5 relief appearances,
posting a 3.99 ERA (49 ER, 99.1 IP) with 94 strikeoutsmade only 3 starts after Detroit
acquired Anibal Sanchez on July 23entered spring training as non-roster invite and
won fifth starter jobselected to MLB roster after one start with AAA Toledo and made
MLB debut on April 12 vs. Tampa Bay, getting a no-decision in 7-2 win (4.0 IP, 1 ER, 4
K)became first Detroit starting pitcher to allow 1 run or fewer in first 4 starts since at
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least 1914posted a 1.59 ERA (6 ER, 34.0 IP) through May 9, his first 6 startsfirst MLB
win on April 28 at New York-AL (6.0 IP, 1 ER, 7 K), a 7-5 winmade two trips to the DL:
June 11-25 with blister on left middle finger, and July 7-29 with right intercostal strain
optioned to Toledo on July 29recalled on Aug 25 for rest of season, pitching primarily
out of bullpenentered season ranked by Baseball America as Tigers No. 3 prospect.
2013: First Opening Day roster and spent entire season in bullpenwas 6-0 and in Detroit
history, only two pitchers finished undefeated season with 6+ wins: Doyle Alexander in
1987 (9-0) and Bud Thomas in 1939 (7-0)among AL lefty relievers, ranked 1st in innings
and strikeouts, 2nd in wins and 5th in ERA (2.37)first career save April 5 vs. New York-
AL (4.0 IP, 5 K), first save of 4.0+ IP by Detroit pitcher since Esteban Yan (5/14/04 vs.
TEX)in playoffs made 6 appearances (1 ER, 3.0 IP), including 4 in ALCS vs. BOS.
2014: Acquired by Tampa Bay on July 31 in a three-team, five player trade with Seattle and
Detroit that sent LH David Price to Detroitthrew 153.0 combined innings with Tampa
Bay and DetroitTampa Bay shut him down after his start Sep 6 vs. Baltimoremade 7
starts after joining Tampa Bay, Aug 5Sep 6, and went 3-1 with a 1.70 ERA, during that
span led MLB starters with a .155 opp avg., led AL with 6.80 base runners per 9.0 IP and
ranked 5th in ERAallowed 3 runs-or-fewer in all 7 starts, establishing a club record to
begin a Rays careerlost Rays debut on Aug 5 at Oakland (5.1 IP, 7 H, 3 ER)the the
season, ranked 3rd among MLB starters with a .171 opp avg. (27x158) vs. left-handed
hittershad 10 total starts in which he allowed 4 hits or fewer, the same number as NL
Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershawrecorded his first career shutout on Aug 22 at
Toronto, facing one batter over the minimum (28) and retired the final 19 batters in order,
with no walks and 105 pitchesone of only four AL pitchers to throw a complete game
allowing 2 or fewer base runners: Detroits David Price (Aug 21 at TB), Chicago-ALs Chris
Sale (June 1 vs. SD) and Clevelands Josh Tomlin (June 28 at SEA).
2015: Missed 105 games due to a left shoulder injurybegan season on DL with left
shoulder tendinitisreturned April 24 and made 3 starts before returning to DL with left
shoulder soreness on May 9-Aug 16in 9 starts after his return, led Tampa Bay with a
5-1 record and 3.24 ERAfinished season 5-0 in his last 8 starts (2.54 ERA)his 2.50
ERA for September was 5th among MLB starters (min. 6 starts)his 45 strikeouts in
September were tied Bostons Rick Porcello for most in ALhad 3 scoreless starts of 6
IP or more in September, tops in the ALaveraged a career-best 10.4 K/9.0 IPof his
77 strikeouts, 68 were swinginghis loss Aug 16 at Texas snapped a streak of 9 starts
of 4 hits or fewer and 2 runs or fewer, which tied for the longest such streak by a Major
League starter since data is available (1914), joining Minnesotas Johan Santana in his
Cy Young season of 2004 (June 15July 27)on Sep 1 vs. Baltimore, tossed 7 shutout
innings (10 K), his longest outing of the seasonon Sep 13 vs. Boston, he and Rich Hill
both recorded at least 10 strikeouts and didnt allow a run; Smyly had 11, tying his career
highaccording to Baseball Reference, it was only the sixth time since 1914 that both
starters had at least 10 strikeouts and no runs, and second time in the ALdespite only
12 starts, his 4 pickoffs tied for 4th most in the ALmade a club-high 7 rehab starts with
stops at A Charlotte, AA Montgomery and AAA Durham.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Was on the postseason roster in 2012 all the way to the
World Series, pitching from the bullpenearned the win in Game 1 of the ALCS at NYY,
tossing 2 scoreless innings of reliefbecame the third Tigers rookie to win a postseason
game, joining Mike Henneman (1987) and Justin Verlander (2006)overall is 1-0 with a
2.57 ERA (2 ER, 7.0 IP) with 7 strikeouts in 10 relief appearances.

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SMYLYs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2011 Lakeland 7-3 2.58 14 14 0 0 0 80.1 71 32 23 1 3 21 77 5 0
Erie 4-3 1.18 8 7 0 0 0 45.2 32 10 6 1 1 15 53 2 0
2012 Toledo 0-2 6.11 7 7 0 0 0 17.2 22 13 12 3 1 8 25 2 1
DETROIT 4-3 3.99 23 18 0 0 0 99.1 93 49 44 12 2 33 94 3 0
2013 DETROIT 6-0 2.37 63 0 0 0 2 76.0 62 20 20 4 1 17 81 5 0

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2014 DETROIT 6-9 3.93 21 18 0 0 0 105.1 111 48 46 14 1 31 89 4 0
TAMPA BAY 3-1 1.70 7 7 1 1 0 47.2 25 9 9 4 0 11 44 4 0
2015 Charlotte # 0-0 5.40 3 3 0 0 0 8.1 10 5 5 1 0 0 9 0 0
Montgomery # 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 3.2 1 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 0
TAMPA BAY 5-2 3.10 12 12 0 0 0 66.2 58 24 23 11 1 20 77 2 0
Durham # 0-2 8.44 3 3 0 0 0 10.2 13 11 10 2 1 6 13 1 0
2016 TAMPA BAY 7-12 4.88 30 30 0 0 0 175.1 174 103 95 32 2 49 167 10 0
Minor Lg Totals 11-10 3.03 36 35 0 0 0 166.1 149 71 56 8 6 53 181 10 1
ML Totals 31-27 3.74 156 85 1 1 2 570.1 523 253 237 77 7 161 552 28 0
# MLB Rehab Assignment

DIVISION SERIES RECORD


YEAR
CLUB, OPP W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2013
DET vs. OAK 0-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD


YEAR CLUB, OPP W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2012 DET vs. NYY 1-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 2.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
2013 DET vs. BOS 0-0 4.50 4 0 0 0 0 2.0 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0
LCS Totals 1-0 2.08 6 0 0 0 0 4.1 1 2 1 0 0 1 3 0 0

WORLD SERIES RECORD


YEAR
CLUB, OPP W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2012
DET vs. SF 0-0 5.40 2 0 0 0 0 1.2 1 1 1 0 0 3 2 0 0

SMYLYs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Detroit in the 2nd round of 2010 MLB First-Year Player Draftsigned by
Detroit scout Chris Wimmer.
On 15-day disabled list June 14-June 26, 2012 with a severe blister on left middle
fingerincluded rehab assignment with AAA Toledo.
On 15-day disabled list July 14-29, 2012 with a right intercostal strain.
Acquired by Tampa Bay along with Willy Adames (inf) from Detroit as part of three trade
on July 31, 2014Seattle sent Nick Franklin (inf) to Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay sent David
Price (lhp) to Detroit and Detroit sent Austin Jackson (of) to Seattle.
On 15-day disabled list April 5-24, 2015 with left shoulder tendinitisincluded rehab
assignments with A Charlotte and AA Montgomery.
On disabled list May 9-Aug. 16, 2015 with left shoulder sorenesstransferred to 60-day
disabled list May 13included rehab assignment with AAA Durham.
Acquired by Seattle from Tampa Bay in exchange for Mallex Smith (of), Carlos Vargas
(inf) and Ryan Yarbrough (lhp) on Jan. 11, 2017.

4-STRIKEOUT INNING
The Mariners have recorded 4 instances where a pitcher has struck out 4 batters in an
inningJames Paxton accomplished this last on 9/6/16 vs. Texas:
Pitcher Date Opp. Inning
Matt Young 9/9/90 at BOS 1st
Kazuhiro Sasaki 4/4/03 at TEX 9th
Felix Hernandez 6/3/10 vs. MIN 8th
James Paxton 9/6/16 vs. TEX 1st

QUALITY START
In baseball statistics, a Quality Start is awarded to a starting pitcher who completes
at least 6.0 innings and permits no more than three earned runs.

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DANNY VALENCIA (26)
POSITION: Infielder/Outfielder
AGE: 32, turns 33 Sept. 19 BORN: 9-19-84 in Miami, FL
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 210
ML SERVICE: 5 years, 118 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In trade from Oakland in exchange for Paul Blackburn
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(rhp) on Nov. 12, 2016

2016:
The Totals - Hit .287 (135x471) with VALENCIAs CAREER HIGHS
72 runs, 22 doubles, 1 triple, 17 MOST HITS: 4 4 times; last 4/18/15 vs.
home runs, 51 RBI and 41 walks in ATL (w/ TOR)
130 games with Oakland. MOST HOME RUNS: 3 5/15/16
Left is Right - Hit .318 (41x129) at TB (w/ OAK)
with 7 doubles, 7 home runs, 19 RBI MOST RBI: 5 2 times; last
and a .924 OPS against left-handed 5/15/16 at TB (w/ OAK)
pitchershis .924 OPS vs. LHP MOST STOLEN BASES: 1 8 times;
ranked 14th in the American League. last 9/26/16 at LAA (w/ OAK)
Home Away From Home - Hit .317 LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
(70x221) with 12 doubles, 1 triple, 11 7/18-27/11 (w/ MIN)
13 home runs and 33 RBI in 59 road CAREER GRAND SLAMS:
gamesranked 6th in the AL in road 3 last: 9/4/15 vs. SEA (w/ OAK)
batting average (min. 200 AB).
Power - Hit 3 home runs on May 15 at Tampa Bay, his first career 3-home run game
marked the 15th 3-homer game in Oakland history, 27th in Athletics history and the
2nd by an Athletics 3rd baseman (also: Pinky Higgins, 6/27/35 vs. BOS w/PHA)also
matched a career-high with 5 RBI (also: 9/25/10 at DET w/MIN).
Memorable May - Hit .359 (28x78) with 18 runs, 2 doubles, 8 home runs, 19 RBI and 4
walks in 21 games in the month of Mayamong American League leaders in the month of
May, ranked T5th in home runs and 7th in battinghis 8 home runs in May are the most
of any single month in his career (previous: 5, 2x, last: August 2015 w/OAKhit 6 home
runs with Oakland in September/October 2015).
Multi-Hit Madness - Posted 6 straight multi-hit games, Aug. 14-20, batting .480 (12x25)
with 4 runs, 2 doubles, 1 home run and 3 RBIequaled the longest such streak of the
season (also: Xander Bogaerts, Jackie Bradley Jr., J.D. Martinez, Kendrys Morales & Trea
Turner)equaled the longest such streak of his career (also: 6, 8/4-9/1/13 w/BAL).
Series Stuff - Had 5 home runs in 3-game series at Tampa Bay on May 13-152nd
Oakland player with 5+ in 3-game series (also: Mark McGwire, 3x, last: 6/9-11/95 at BOS).
DL Time - On 15-day disabled list, April 21 - May 6 with a strained left hamstring
appeared in 2 games on a rehab assignment with High-A Stockton.
PERSONAL: Daniel Paul Valenciaat Spanish River High School (Boca Raton, FL), earned
three 1st-team All-Palm honorsnamed team MVP, 1st-team All-County, and 2nd-team
All-State as a senior; Offensive Player of the Year, 1st-team All-County, and 2nd-team
All-State as a junior; and team MVP and 1st-team All-Palm Beach County honors as a
sophomoreFreshman of the Year by Southern Conference Sports Media Association
and 2nd-team All-Southern Conference selection while at UNC-Greensboro after hitting
.338 with 8 home runs, 36 RBI and 39 runs in 55 gamestransferred to the University of
Miaminamed to the All-Regional team as a sophomore in 2005 after batting .300 with 6
home runs, 15 doubles, 63 RBI and 39 runs scored in 60 games (56 starts at 1st base and
2 starts at 3rd base)hit .324 with 9 home runs and 61 RBI as a junior.
CAREER: Career .271 career with 72 home runs and 303 RBI in 656 career games over
seven seasons with six teamshas appeared in Majors with Minnesota (2010-12), Boston
(2012), Baltimore (2013), Kansas City (2014), Toronto (2014-15) and Oakland (2015-16)
made Major League debut with Minnesota on June 3, 2010 at Seattle...named to Topps
Major League Rookie All-Star Team and Baseball Americas All-Rookie Team after batting
.311 with 7 home runs and 40 RBI in 85 games in 2010in his career, has posted a .321
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VALENCIA (continued)
2006: Pro debut with R Elizabethtonranked 5th in Appalachian League in home runs (8)
and 10th in batting (.311)season-high 13-game hit-streak, Aug. 7-20 (.333/20x60).
2007: Split season with Short-A Beloit and High-A Fort Myersbegan year with Beloit,
hitting .302 (73x242) with 44 runs, 15 doubles, 11 home runs, 35 RBI and 28 walks in 66
gamespromoted to Fort Myers on June 22 where he hit .291 (67x230) with 28 runs, 8
doubles, 2 triples, 6 home runs, 31 RBI in 61 games with Fort Myers.

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2008: Began season with High-A Fort Myers, where he hit .336 (74x220) with 35 runs, 19
doubles, 3 triples, 5 home runs, 44 RBI and 27 walks in 60 gamesFlorida State League
All-Starpromoted to AA New Britain on June 16played for Phoenix in Arizona Fall
League...No. 5 prospect in Twins organization by Baseball America following the season.
2009: Batted .284 (62x218) with 44 runs, 14 doubles, 4 triples, 7 home runs and 29 RBI in 57
games with AA New BritainEastern League Player of the Week on May 18...promoted
to Rochester on June 23in 71 games with Rochester, hit .286 (77x269) with 35 runs,
24 doubles, 7 home runs and 41 RBINo. 6 prospect in Twins organization by Baseball
America after seasonled Twins minor leaguers in doubles (38) and total bases (227).
2010: Hit .311 (93x299) with 30 runs, 18 doubles, 1 triple, 7 home runs, 40 RBI and 20 walks
in 85 games with MinnesotaMajor League debut on June 3 at Seattle; singled off Felix
Hernandez in first career plate appearancefirst player in Twins history to hit grand slam
(off Zack Greinke) for first career home runcollected 14 hits in 19 at-bats with 8 RBI
and 6 runscin a four-game stretch, July 24-27first career walk-off hit (a single) Sept. 1
vs. Detroitfirst career two-home run game and drove in a career-high 5 runs including
career grand slam Sept. 25 at Detroitwent 2-for-9 (.222) with 2 RBI in 3 ALDS games
against New Yorkfinished 3rd in American League Rookie of the Year voting behind
Texas Neftali Feliz and Detroits Austin Jacksonnamed to Topps Major League Rookie
All-Star Team and Baseball Americas All-Rookie Teamrecipient of Bill Boni Award for
the Twins Most Outstanding Rookie, voted on by the Twin Cities chapter of the BBWAA
began year with 49 games with AAA Rochester.
2011: Spent the season with the Twins, his first full season in the Majorsbatted .246
(139x564) with 63 runs, 28 doubles, 2 triples, 15 home runs, 72 RBI and 40 walks in 154
gamescareer-highs in games (154), hits (139), doubles (28), triples (2), RBI (72) and
total bases (216)134 hits as a third baseman, T2nd-most in MLB behind Chicago-NLs
Aramis Ramirez (169)made Opening Day roster for first time in careerposted walk-off
singles April 12 vs. Kansas City, May 28 vs. Los Angeles-AL and July 19 vs. Cleveland.
2012: Started season with Minnesota before trade to Boston on Aug. 5 in exchange for
Jeremia Pineda (of)in 10 games with the Red Sox, hit .143 (4x28) with 1 run, 1 home
run and 4 RBIalso appeared in 69 games with AAA Rochester (Minnesota), batting .250
(67x268) with 30 runs, 17 doubles, 1 triple, 7 home runs and 37 RBIin 13 games with
AAA Pawtucket (Boston), hit .306 (15x49) with 3 runs, 3 doubles, 1 home run and 8 RBI.
2013: Hit .304 (49x161) with 20 runs, 14 doubles, 1 triple, 8 home runs, 23 RBI and 8 walks in
52 games over 4 stints with Baltimoreled AL in batting average vs. left-handed pitchers
(min. 150 AB), hitting .371 (36x97); ranked 4th in slugging (.639) vs. southpawshit .371
with a .639 slugging percentage vs. leftiesled MLB in batting average when leading off
an inning (min. 150 AB) with a mark of .472 (17x36)had 9 multi-hit games in 11-game
stretch, Aug. 4-Sept. 11, capped by a matching his career-high with 4 hits on Sept. 11 vs.
New York-ALhomered in back-to-back games, May 24-25 at Toronto, one of 5 times in
his career to accomplish that featalso appeared in 65 games with AAA Norfolk, batting
.286 (75x262) with 40 runs, 20 doubles, 1 triple, 14 home runs, 51 RBI and 17 walks.
2014: Began year with Kansas Cityacquired by Toronto in exchange for Liam Hendriks
(rhp) and Erik Kratz (c) on July 28in 36 games with Kansas City, hit .282 (31x110) with
8 runs, 5 doubles, 2 home runs and 11 RBIafter joining the Blue Jays, hit .240 (37x154)
with 12 runs, 11 doubles, 1 triple, 2 home runs, 19 RBI and 7 walks in 50 gamesvs. left-
handed pitchers, hit .321 (36x112) with an .835 OPShit .293 (29x99) before the All-Star
Break, but .236 (39x165) following the breakin 11 Interleague games, hit .389 (14x36),
T4th-best in MLB (min. 30 Interleague at-bats)hit his first career pinch-hit home run
on Aug. 27 vs. Bostonmade 57 starts at 3rd base and made his first Major League
appearances at 1st base and 2nd baseon the 15-day disabled list, June 1-21, with a
sprained left handin 3 games on a rehab assignment with AAA Omaha, hit .273 (3x11)
with 2 runs, 1 home run, 1 RBI and 3 walks.

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2015: Started season with Torontodesignated for assignment by Toronto on Aug. 1 and
claimed off waivers by Oakland on Aug. 3combined for a career-high 18 home runs
overall, appeared defensively at 3rd base (55 games, 54 starts), left field (32 G, 27 GS),
1st base (5 G, 1 GS), right field (5 G, 1 GS) and 2nd base (3 G)posted .980 fielding
percentage in 55 games at 3rd base, 1st among ML 3rd basemen (min. 50 G)career-
best 13 home runs off right-handed pitchershit .328 (20x61) over 23-game stretch from
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May 15 to June 265th career walk-off hit (a single) on Aug. 9 vs. Houstonhad two
9-game hitting streaks (8/23-9/4 & 9/17-26)100th career double in 3rd inning on Aug.
31 vs. Los Angeles-ALreached base safely in career-high 16 consecutive games from
Sept. 11-29, batting .304 (17x56) with a .409 on-base percentage.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Postseason debut with Minnesota in 2010 American League
Division Series vs. New York-ALhit .222 (2x9) with 1 run and 2 RBI in 3 gamesdrew
a bases-loaded walk in Game 1 vs. CC Sabathiadrove in a run with a sacrifice fly off
of Andy Pettitte in Game 2doubled and scored a run against Kerry Wood in Game 3.
AWARDS: Topps Major League Rookie All-Star Team: 2010Baseball Americas All-Rookie
Team: 2010.
VALENCIAs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2006 Elizabethton .311 48 190 30 59 96 13 0 8 29 0 3 3 15 34 0 2 .505 .365
2007 Beloit .302 66 242 44 73 121 15 0 11 35 1 0 0 28 54 3 3 .500 .374
Fort Myers .291 61 230 28 67 97 8 2 6 31 0 4 0 16 48 1 0 .422 .332
2008 Fort Myers .336 60 220 35 74 114 19 3 5 44 0 4 0 27 43 2 2 .518 .402
New Britain .289 69 266 40 77 129 18 2 10 32 0 2 1 18 70 2 1 .485 .334
2009 New Britain .284 57 218 44 62 105 14 4 7 29 0 2 1 31 40 0 2 .482 .373
Rochester .286 71 269 35 77 122 24 0 7 41 0 4 1 8 37 0 2 .454 .305
2010 Rochester .292 49 185 22 54 69 15 0 0 24 0 1 2 14 34 2 0 .373 .347
MINNESOTA .311 85 299 30 93 134 18 1 7 40 0 3 0 20 46 2 0 .448 .351
2011 MINNESOTA .246 154 564 63 139 216 28 2 15 72 0 4 0 40 102 2 6 .383 .294
2012 MINNESOTA .198 34 126 13 25 39 6 1 2 17 0 3 0 3 32 0 1 .310 .212
Rochester .250 69 268 30 67 107 17 1 7 37 0 1 0 15 40 1 2 .399 .289
Pawtucket .306 13 49 3 15 21 3 0 1 8 0 0 1 3 12 0 2 .429 .358
BOSTON .143 10 28 1 4 7 0 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 .250 .138
2013 Norfolk .286 65 262 40 75 139 20 1 14 51 0 3 0 17 48 1 1 .531 .326
BALTIMORE .304 52 161 20 49 89 14 1 8 23 0 1 0 8 33 0 2 .553 .335
2014 KANSAS CITY .282 36 110 8 31 42 5 0 2 11 0 1 1 7 27 0 0 .382 .328
Omaha # .273 3 11 2 3 6 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 .545 .429
TORONTO .240 50 154 12 37 56 11 1 2 19 0 3 1 7 35 1 1 .364 .273
2015 TORONTO .296 58 162 26 48 82 13 0 7 29 1 1 0 9 40 2 1 .506 .331
OAKLAND .284 47 183 33 52 97 10 1 11 37 0 1 1 20 40 0 1 .530 .356
2016 OAKLAND .287 130 471 72 135 210 22 1 17 51 0 2 3 41 115 1 1 .446 .346
Stockton # .143 2 7 1 1 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .571 .143
Minor Lg Totals .291 633 2417 354 704 1130 166 13 78 363 1 24 9 195 461 13 17 .468 .343
ML Totals .271 656 2258 278 613 972 127 8 72 303 1 20 6 155 476 8 13 .430 .317
All-Star * Led League # MLB Rehab Assignment

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2010 MIN vs. NYY .222 3 9 1 2 3 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 .333 .273

VALENCIAs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Minnesota in the 19th round of the 2006 First-Year Player Draftsigned by
Twins scout Hector Otero.
Acquired by Boston from Minnesota in for Jeremias Pineda (of), Aug. 5, 2012.
Acquired by Baltimore from Boston in exchange for cash considerations, Nov. 28, 2012.
Acquired by Kansas City from Baltimore in exchange for David Lough (of), Dec. 18, 2013.
On 15-day disabled list June 1-21, 2014 with a sprained left handincluded rehab
assignment with Omaha.
Acquired by Toronto from Kansas City in exchange for Liam Hendricks (rhp) and Erik
Kratz (c), July 28, 2014.
Claimed off waivers by Oakland from Toronto, Aug. 3, 2015.
On 15-day disabled list April 21-May 6, 2016 with a strained left hamstringincluded
rehab assignment with Stockton.
Acquired by Seattle from Oakland in exchange for Paul Blackburn (rhp), Nov. 12, 2016.
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THYAGO VIEIRA (40)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 24 BORN: 1-7-93 in Sao Paulo, Brazil
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 210
ML SERVICE: None
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Signed as non-drafted free agent on Sept. 21, 2010;

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signed by Mariners scouts Emilio Carrasquel and Hide Sueyoshi
PRONUNCIATION: Thyago (tea-AH-go) Vieira (vee-AIR-uh)
2016:
Totals Appeared in 34 games with High-A Bakersfield and went 8-for-8 in save oppor-
tunities (0.00 ERA, 5 H, 1 BB, 15 K).
Leaderboard - In California League was T9th in saves (8) and T12th in save chances (8).
The Recovery - After going 0-0 with 11.74 ERA (10 ER, 7.2 IP) over first 6 appearances
April 30-May 23, went 1-0 with 8 saves and 0.98 ERA (4 ER, 36.2 IP) over final 28 games.
Shutdown - In final 28 appearances limited opponents to .165 (22x133) average.
Strikeouts - Struck out at least 1 batter in 26 of final 28 appearances, including 15 games
with at least 2 strikeouts, averaging 10.76 strikeouts per 9.0 innings
High - Struck out a season-high 4 batters twice: July 29 vs. Lancaster (2.0,0,0,0,1,4) &
Aug. 25 vs. San Jose (2.1,1,0,0,0,4).
Right Might - On the season, limited right-handed batters to a .206 (20x97) with 6 dou-
bles, 1 home run, 7 RBI, 11 walks and 31 strikeouts.
Fall League - Played for the Poeria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League, going 0-1 with a
3.38 ERA (2 ER, 5.1 IP) with 7 strikeouts in 5 appearances.
PERSONAL: Thyago Vieira.
CAREER: When he reaches Majors, hell be first Brazilian-born player to play for Mariners
entering 2017, there have only been three Brazilian-born players to play in the Majors: Yan
Gomes (2012-current), Paulo Orlando (2015-current) & Andre Rienzo (2013-15).
2011: Began pro career with the VSL Mariners, going 2-0 with a 4.00 ERA (8 ER, 18.0 IP) in
12 games including 2 starts.
2012: Spent season with the VSL Mariners, going 3-5 with a 6.05 ERA (37 ER, 55.0 IP) in 13
startsparticipated in the Mariners Instructional League.
2013: Appeared in 2 games with Team Brazil in the World Baseball Classicspent season
with Everettwent 2-0 with a 0.52 ERA (1 ER, 17.1 IP) in 3 starts in June (.113 AVG, 6 H,
8 K)participated in the Mariners Instructional League.
2014: Limited to only 13 relief appearances with Clinton due to an injuryheld opponents
scoreless in 9 of 13 games, including a season-high 10.1 scoreless inning streak, May
4-18on the disabled list June 19-Sept. 17 with a strained right elbow.
2015: Made 22 relief appearances with Clinton, posting a 6.97 ERA (24 ER, 31.0 IP).
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

VIEIRAs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2011 VSL Mariners 2-0 4.00 12 2 0 0 0 18.0 20 11 8 0 1 22 8 8 1
2012 VSL Mariners 3-5 6.05 13 13 0 0 0 55.0 67 40 37 2 12 17 35 12 0
2013 Everett 4-5 3.84 14 13 0 0 0 68.0 60 30 29 2 16 34 51 8 1
2014 Clinton 1-1 5.31 13 0 0 0 1 20.1 16 12 12 1 2 14 23 4 0
2015 Clinton 1-4 6.97 22 0 0 0 0 31.0 35 32 24 2 4 20 22 9 0
2016 Bakersfield 1-0 2.84 34 0 0 0 8 44.1 37 19 14 1 2 18 53 9 0
Minor Lg Totals 12-15 4.72 108 28 0 0 9 236.2 235 144 124 8 37 125 192 50 2

VIEIRAs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Signed by Seattle as non-drafted free agent on Sept. 21, 2010; signed by scouts Emilio
Carrasquel and Hide Sueyoshi.

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NICK VINCENT (50)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 30, turns 31 July 12 BORN: 7-12-86 in Poway, CA
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 187
ML SERVICE: 3 years, 67 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In trade from San Diego in exchange for player to be
2017 MARINERS

named later or cash on Mar. 30, 2016 (sent cash on July 1, 2016)

2016:
The Totals Was 4-4 with 3 saves
and a 3.73 ERA (25 ER, 60.1 IP) with VINCENTs CAREER HIGHS
65 strikeouts in 60 relief appearances. MOST STRIKEOUTS:
Team Rank - Ranked 2nd on the 4 6/15/15 vs. OAK
team with 60 relief appearances (Cis- LOW-HIT GAME: None
hek, 62) and 60.1 innings (Cishek, LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
64.0) and 3rd in strikeouts with 65. 4 6/28/12-6/20/13
Up & Down In first 20 outings, was LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
2-1 with 1 save and 1.40 ERA (3 ER, 2 5/28-6/26/16
19.1 IP) with 24 strikeoutsin next MOST INNINGS:
21 outings (May 24-Aug. 18), posted 3.0 5/31/13 vs. TOR
6.45 ERA (16 ER, 22.1 IP) with 25
strikeoutsin final 19 games, he posted a 2.89 ERA (6 ER, 18.2 IP) with 16 strikeouts.
Big Win - Win with shutout 11th & 12th frames on Sept. 21 vs. Toronto in 2-1 walk-off win.
D.L. & Rehab Placed on 15-day disabled list with a mid-back strain on June 29 (retro-
active to June 27)made one rehab appearance with Short-A Everett, striking out three
in 1.0 shutout inning on Aug. 5activated from the disabled list on Aug. 7.
Tough Finish - In final 15 games before D.L. stint, was 0-2 with 5.82 ERA (11 ER, 17.0 IP),
including 6.97 ERA (8 ER, 10.1 IP) in final 9 games.
Winning Debut Credited with win in Mariners debut on April 5 at Texas (1.0 ShO IP, 2 K).
Trade Acquired from San Diego on March 30 in exchange for player to be named later.
PERSONAL: Nicholas James Vincentmarried to Jackiegraduated from Ramona (CA)
High schoolattended both Palomar Junior College and Long Beach State University.
CAREER: Prior to spending the 2016 season with Seattle, the San Diego native had spent
his entire professional career with San Diego.
2008: Spent majority of season with Short-Season Eugene, going 3-3 with a 5.40 ERA (26
ER, 43.1 IPmade one start for Triple-A Portland, a loss (3 ER, 5.0 IP).
2009: Spent entire season with Single-A Lake Elsinore, making 59 relief appearances, going
4-2 with a 3.08 ERA (22 ER, 64.1 IP)was first full season as reliever...finished 24 games.
2010: Recorded a career-best 1.87 ERA in 48 games (1 start) for Single-A Lake Elsinore.
2011: Spent entire season with AA San Antonio, recording 66 relief appearancesnamed
to Texas League mid-season All-Star Teamhad 89 strikeouts in 79.1 IPposted a 4.45
strikeout/walk ratiorecorded a sub-1.000 WHIP (0.933) for first time in career.
2012: Began season on DL in the minor leaguesreinstated on May 10 with AAA Tucson
recalled from Tucson for first Major League stint on May 18, optioned back on May 20
without making debutrecalled on June 26 from AA San Antoniomade Major League
debut on June 26 at Houston (2.0 ShO IP)went 1-0 with a 0.42 ERA (1 ER, 21.2 IP), a
.171 (13x76) opponents batting average and 23 strikeouts against 5 walks over his final
23 outingsfrom August 18 through the end of the season, his 0.49 ERA (1 ER, 18.1 IP)
was the 5th best ERA among all big league pitchers with a minimum of 15.0 innings over
that stretch, 2nd best among NL pitchersscoreless outings in 23 of 27 appearances
overall for San Diegoheld big league hitters to a .198 (19x96) average, including a .139
(5x36) average against left-handers.
2013: Started season with AAA Tuscon before being recalled June 11 and spent the rest of
the season with San Diego as a late-inning reliverposted a 2.14 ERA (11 ER, 46.1 IP),
9th in National League amongst relieverslimited opposing hitters to a .202 (33x163)
batting average, 15th-best in the National Leaguelimited right-handers to a .122
(11x90) batting average, the 2nd best mark in the Majors behind Craig Kimbrel-ATL (.116).

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VINCENT (continued)
2014: Set career-highs in games (63), innings (55.0), strikeouts (62) and holds (20)his
25-straight games without allowing a run was 2nd longest in San Diego team history, behind
Cla Merediths 28 gamespitched in 26 games for San Diego over four stints in Majors
posted career-best 25-game, 23.1-scoreless inning streak from June 23 to September
12stranded 42 of his 48 inherited runners (85.7%), 5th in the National League and T8th
in Major League Baseballheld the opposition scoreless in 51 of his 63 appearances and

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held his opponent hitless in 34 outingsplaced on 15-day disabled list on June 15 with
right shoulder fatiguemissed 27 gamesmade 2 rehab appearances for Single-A Lake
Elsinore, pitching 2.0 scoreless inningsactivated from DL on July 19limited right-
handed hitters to a .190 batting average (24x126)posted a 0-2 record with a 5.67 ERA
(17 ER, 27.0 IP) in 30 appearances during the 1st half of the season compared to a 1-0
record with 1.61 ERA (5 ER, 28.0 IP) during the 2nd half of the season.
2015: Was 0-1 with a 2.35 ERA (6 ER, 23.0 IP), with 22 strikeouts in 23 relief appearances
with San Diegowas 0-1 with a 6.14 ERA (5 ER, 7.1 IP) from April 6 May 7, allowing 1 run
or more in 5 of his first 7 appearancesdid not allow a run over 7 straight outings from June
14 September 4; was 0-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER, 6.2 IP) with 8 strikeoutsover his final 11
appearances (9/7 10/4), was 0-0 with a 1.04 ERA (1 ER, 8.2 IP) with 7 strikeoutswith El
Paso he went 5-3 with a 3.04 ERA (17 ER, 50.1 IP) with 68 strikeoutswith 12.16 strikeouts
per 9.0 IP ratio, the highest of any Triple-A pitcher in 2015.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

VINCENTs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2008 Eugene 3-3 5.40 16 8 0 0 2 43.1 42 32 26 6 2 20 38 3 0
Portland 0-1 5.40 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 2 4 3 1 1 1 4 0 0
2009 Lake Elsinore 4-2 3.08 59 0 0 0 2 64.1 66 27 22 3 1 18 74 0 0
2010 Lake Elsinore 4-0 1.87 48 1 0 0 0 81.2 60 24 17 7 5 23 76 1 1
2011 San Antonio 8-2 2.27 66 0 0 0 3 79.1 54 20 20 6 3 20 89 1 0
2012 Tucson 1-1 5.82 23 0 0 0 2 21.2 27 14 14 2 2 11 19 1 0
San Antonio 1-0 1.86 9 0 0 0 0 9.2 4 2 2 0 1 0 15 0 0
SAN DIEGO 2-0 1.71 27 0 0 0 0 26.1 19 5 5 2 1 7 28 1 0
2013 Tucson 4-3 3.55 24 0 0 0 0 25.1 26 11 10 4 1 12 24 1 0
SAN DIEGO 6-3 2.14 45 0 0 0 1 46.1 33 11 11 1 2 11 49 0 0
2014 SAN DIEGO 1-2 3.60 63 0 0 0 0 55.0 44 22 22 5 2 11 62 1 0
Lake Elsinore 0-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
2015 SAN DIEGO 0-1 2.35 26 0 0 0 0 23.0 25 8 6 0 0 10 22 0 0
El Paso 5-3 3.04 40 0 0 0 1 50.1 48 21 17 5 0 15 68 0 0
2016 SEATTLE 4-4 3.73 60 0 0 0 3 60.1 53 26 25 11 1 15 65 0 0
Everett # 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 30-15 3.07 289 11 0 0 10 383.2 332 155 131 34 16 120 411 7 1
AL Totals 4-4 3.73 60 0 0 0 3 60.1 53 26 25 11 1 15 65 0 0
NL Totals 9-6 2.63 161 0 0 0 1 150.2 121 46 44 8 5 39 161 2 0
ML Totals 13-10 2.94 221 0 0 0 4 211.0 174 72 69 19 6 54 226 2 0

VINCENTs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by San Diego in the 18th round of the 2008 MLB First-Year Player draft.
Aquired by Seattle in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations, on
Mar. 30, 2016 (sent cash on July 1, 2016).
On 15-day disabled list June 29 (retro to June 27)-Aug. 7 with a mid-back strain.

Consecutive Games with Scoreless Streaks by


Strikeout by Mariners Relievers Mariners Relief Pitchers
G Pitcher Dates IP Pitcher Year
22 Joel Pineiro................. 8/28/00-8/30/06 28.2 Shigetoshi Hasegawa................ 2003
21 Carter Capps.............. 9/27/12-5/20/13 24.0 Tom Wilhelmsen......................... 2012
21 Rafael Soriano................. 7/20-9/12/03 24.0 Edwin Nunez.............................. 1985
19 Charlie Furbush................. 5/13-7/3/12 22.2 Charlie Furbush.......................... 2012
19 Karl Best..................... 9/15/84-4/23/86 22.0 J.J. Putz..................................... 2007

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DANIEL VOGELBACH (20)
POSITION: Infielder
AGE: 24 BORN: 12-17-1992 in Orlando, FL
BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 250
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 21 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017.
ACQUIRED: In trade with Chicago-NL with Paul Blackburn (rhp) in
2017 MARINERS

exchange for Mike Montgomery (lhp), Jordan Pries (rhp), on July 20, 2016
PRONUNCIATION: Vogelbach (VOE-gull-back)

2016:
MLB Totals - Went 1-for-12 (.083) in 8 VOGELBACHs CAREER HIGHS
games with Seattle. MOST HITS: 1 9/13/16 at LAA
The Show - MLB debut on Sept. 12 MOST HOME RUNS: None
at Los Angeles - AL as pinch hitter MOST RBI: None
grounded into a fielders choice. MOST STOLEN BASES: None
His First - First MLB hit (a single) on LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
Sept. 13 at Los Angeles-AL. 1 9/13/16
For Starters - Made 3 starts at 1st CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None
base with the Mariners (9/13 at LAA,
9/14 at LAA & 9/16 vs. HOU).
Trade - Acquired from Chicago NL (along with RHP Paul Blackburn) in exchange for LHP
Mike Montgomery and RHP Jordan Pries on July 20.
AAA Recap - In 89 games with AAA Iowa (Chicago-NL), hit .318 (97x305) with 53 runs, 18
doubles, 2 triples, 16 home runs, 64 RBI, a .425 OBP and a .548 slugging percentage...hit
.240 (37x154) with 26 runs, 7 doubles, 7 home runs, 32 RBI, a .404 OBP and a .422 slugging
percentage in 44 games with AAA Tacoma.
Leader - Among PCL leaders, was 1st in walks (97), 2nd in on-base percentage (.417), 3rd in
RBI (96), 4th in OPS (.923), 5th in total bases (232), T6th in home runs (23) & 8th in runs (79).
Banner Year - Recorded his 4th minor league season with 15+ home runs, while setting
career-highs in runs, home runs, RBI, walks and on-base percentage.
PERSONAL: Daniel Vogelbachgraduated from Bishop Verot High School in Fort Myers,
FLled Bishop Verot High School to the Florida 3-A Baseball State Championship in
2011selected by the Cubs in the 2nd round of the 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft;
signed by Cubs scout Lukas McKnightrepresented the United States in the Pan
American Games in Ajax, Ontario, July 10-19, 2015.
CAREER: Spent most of his minor league career in the Chicago-NL organization (2011-16)
before making his MLB debut with Seattle in 2016appeared exclusively at first base
when playing fieldentered 2016 with career .391 minor league on-base percentage.
2011: Batted .292 (7x24) with 3 doubles, 1 home run and 6 RBI in 6 games with the AZL
Cubsfirst-career home run on Aug. 25 vs. AZL Giants (3x5 with 1 home run and 3 RBI).
2012: Split season with AZL Cubs and A Boise, hitting a combined .322 (79x245) with 39
runs, 21 doubles, 3 triples, 17 home runs and 62 RBI in 61 gamesselected to 2012
Topps/Minor League Baseball short-season All-Star Teambegan season with AZL Cubs
and hit .324 (33x102) with 7 home runs and 31 RBI in 24 gamespromoted to A Boise
on July 24 and hit .322 (46x143) with 10 home runs and 31 RBIhomered in 5 straight
games, Aug. 5-10, going 8x21 with 7 home runs and 11 RBI during the stretch.
2013: Split season between A Kane County and A Daytona hitting a combined .284 (137x483)
with 23 doubles, 19 home runs and 76 RBIhit .284 (123x433) with 55 runs, 21 doubles,
17 home runs and 71 RBI in 114 games with A Kane CountyMidwest league West
Division All-Starnamed Cubs Minor League Player of the Month for July after hitting
.330 (31x94) with 4 doubles, 4 home runs, 19 RBI, a .417 on-base percentage and a .500
slugging mark for the monthpromoted to A Daytona in August, where he appeared in
17 games, hitting .280 (14x50) with 2 doubles, 2 home runs and 5 RBInamed 7th best
Cubs prospect heading into the season by Baseball America.
2014: Spent most of season with A Dayton, hitting .268 (129x482) with 71 runs, 28 doubles,
16 home runs and 76 RBI in 132 gameswas organizations 9th best prospect by Baseball
America enteringposted .297 average (70x236) with 15 doubles, 4 home runs and 67
RBI with runners on baseplayed 17 games with the Mesa Solar Sox in the Arizona Fall
League, hitting .250 (14x56) with 3 doubles, 7 RBi and 11 walks.
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VOGELBACH (continued)
2015: Hit .272 (69x254) with 41 runs, 16 doubles, 7 home runs and 39 RBI in 76 games with
AA Tennesseenamed to the Southern League Mid-Season All-Star Team and belted a
3-run home run in the All-Star Gamerepresented the United States in the Pan American
games in Ajax, Ontario, July 10-19named the Cubs Minor League Player of the Month
for April after batting .362 (25x69) with 7 doubles and 3 home runs in 19 gamesearned
consecutive Southern League Player of the Week Honors, April 9-19 and April 20-26

2017 MARINERS
had 2 stints on the disabled list, May 26-June 9 with a right hamstring strain and July
4-August 20 with a right oblique strain.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

VOGELBACHs PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2011 AZL Cubs .292 6 24 4 7 13 3 0 1 6 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 .542 .370
2012 AZL Cubs .324 24 102 16 33 70 12 2 7 31 0 1 0 12 14 1 0 .686 .391
Boise .322 37 143 23 46 87 9 1 10 31 0 0 2 23 34 0 1 .608 .423
2013 Kane County .284 114 433 55 123 195 21 0 17 71 0 8 2 57 76 4 4 .450 .364
Daytona .280 17 50 13 14 22 2 0 2 5 0 0 0 16 13 1 0 .440 .455
2014 Daytona .268 132 482 71 129 207 28 1 16 76 0 7 5 66 91 4 4 .429 .357
2015 Tennessee .272 76 254 41 69 108 16 1 7 39 0 2 0 57 61 1 1 .425 .403
AZL Cubs .455 5 11 4 5 7 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 0 .636 .647
2016 Iowa .318 89 305 53 97 167 18 2 16 64 0 2 3 55 67 0 0 .548 .425
Tacoma .240 44 154 26 37 65 7 0 7 32 0 1 1 42 34 0 0 .422 .404
SEATTLE .083 8 12 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 .083 .154
Minor Lg Totals .286 544 1958 306 560 941 118 7 83 355 0 21 14 336 393 12 10 .481 .391
ML Totals .083 8 12 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 .083 .154

# Rehab Assignment

VOGELBACHs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Chicago-NL in the 2nd round of the 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
Acquired by Seattle in a trade with Chicago-NL with Paul Blackburn (rhp), in exchange
for Mike Montgomery (lhp) and Jordan Pries (rhp) on July 20, 2016.

LONGEST MARINERS HITTING STREAKS


# of # of
Player Games Year Player Games Year
Ichiro Suzuki 27 2009 Logan Morrison 16 2015
Ichiro Suzuki 25 2007 Kyle Seager 16 2013
Joey Cora 24 1997 Ichiro Suzuki 16 2008
Ichiro Suzuki 23 2001 Adrian Beltre 16 2006
Nelson Cruz 21 2015 Bret Boone 16 2004
Ichiro Suzuki 21 2004 Ichiro Suzuki 16 2004
Ichiro Suzuki 21 2001 John Olerud 16 2002
Richie Zisk 21 1982 Ichiro Suzuki 16 2001
Dan Meyer 21 1979 Ken Griffey Jr. 16 1999
Yuniesky Betancourt 20 2007 Joey Cora 16 1998
Ichiro Suzuki 20 2006 Joey Cora 16 1998
Ichiro Suzuki 20 2004 Alex Rodriguez 16 1997
Mike Carp 20 2011 Harold Reynolds 16 1989
Alex Rodriguez 20 1996 Craig Reynolds 16 1978
Jose Lopez 19 2008 Kyle Seager 15 2013
Ichiro Suzuki 19 2007 Adrian Beltre 15 2006
Ichiro Suzuki 19 2003 Bret Boone 15 2003
Phil Bradley 19 1986 Ichiro Suzuki 15 2002
Ichiro Suzuki 18 2006 Ichiro Suzuki 15 2001
Joey Cora 18 1996 Ichiro Suzuki 15 2008
Alex Rodriguez 17 2000 David Segui 15 1999
Edgar Martinez 17 1997 Edgar Martinez 15 1991
Edgar Martinez 17 1992 Jack Perconte 15 1985
Ichiro Suzuki 17 2008 Richie Zisk 15 1981
Robinson Can 16 2015 Willie Horton 15 1979

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ROB WHALEN (63)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 23 BORN: 1-31-94 in Stroudsburg, PA
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 225
ML SERVICE: None
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In trade with Max Povse (rhp) from Atlanta in exchange
2017 MARINERS

for Alex Jackson (of) and PTBNL (Tyler Pike, lhp) on Nov. 28, 2016
PRONUNCIATION: Whalen (WAY-len)
2016:
Totals Went 1-2 with a 6.57 ERA WHALENs CAREER HIGHS
(18 ER, 24.2 IP) with 25 strikeouts in 5
MOST STRIKEOUTS:
starts with Atlanta.
7 8/8/16 at MIL (w/ATL)
First Win - Earned win in MLB debut,
LOW-HIT GAME: None
Aug. 3 vs. Pittsburgh (5.0 IP, 4 R, 5 K).
LONGEST WINNING STREAK:
Injury - Placed on 15-day disabled list
Aug. 25 with right shoulder fatigue and 1 8/3/16 vs. PIT (w/ATL)
transferred to 60-day DL on Sept. 17. LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
Starters - Began year with AA Missis- 2 8/13-current
sippi, going 7-5 with 2.49 ERA (28 ER, MOST INNINGS:
101.1 IP) with 94 strikeouts in 18 starts. 6.0 2 times, last: 8/18/16 vs. WAS
Strong Finish - Over his final 10 starts
with Mississippi (5/22-7/11), went 5-1 with a 1.62 ERA (11 ER, 61.0 IP) with 58 strikeouts.
Leaderboard - Among Southern League leaders, he ranked 15th in strikeouts (94).
Promoted - After promotion to AAA Gwinnett on July 14, went 0-1 with a 1.93 ERA (4 ER,
18.2 IP) with 18 strikeouts and 7 walks in 3 starts.
Award Worthy - Named Mississippi Braves Pitcher of the Year.
PERSONAL: Robert Whalenresides in Kissimmee, FLattended Haines City (FL) High
Schoolselected in the 12th round of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Drafthad
committed to play baseball at Florida Atlantic University.
CAREER: In parts of 5 minor league seasons with the Mets (2012-15) and Braves (2015-16),
Whalen is 24-17 with a 2.45 ERA (98 ER, 359.2 IP) with 320 strikeouts and 120 walks in
66 career games (62 starts).
2012: Made just one appearance in his professional debut with A Kingsport (1 ShO IP).
2013: Named by Mets as Sterling Award winner for Rookie Kingsport after going 3-2 with a
1.87 ERA (15 ER, 72.1 IP) in 12 startsled Appalachian League in innings and opponents
batting average (.187, 50x268), was second in strikeouts (76) and WHIP (.926).
2014: Made 11 appearances including 10 starts with A Savannah, going 9-1 with a 2.01
ERA (14 ER, 62.2 IP) and striking out 53on the disabled list on May 3-July 21 and had a
three-game rehabilitation stint with GCL Metsdespite pitching in just 14 games, his nine
wins were T10th-most among all Mets farmhands, while his 0.990 WHIP was 4th-best in
the system (min. 50 IP)allowed two or fewer earned runs in 12 of his 14 outings on the
seasonplayed in Arizona Fall League.
2015: Split season between New York-NL & Atlanta organizations, combining to go 5-7 with
a 3.35 ERA (36 ER, 96.2 IP) in 18 games including 17 starts between High-A St. Lucie
(NYM) and High-A Carolina (ATL)acquired by Atlanta in a trade with New York-NL on
July 24 and made three starts with the Mudcats, going 1-2 record and a 3.29 ERA (5 ER,
13.2 IP)earned first win as Atlanta minor leaguer on July 31 at Wilmington (7.0 IP, 3 H1
R, 1 BB, 6 K)placed on the disabled list on Aug. 11 and missed the remainder of the
season following bilateral patella tendon repair surgery, performed by Dr. Marvin Royster
on 8/17 in Atlanta, GA.
POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

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WHALEN (continued)
WHALENs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2012 Kingsport 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
2013 Kingsport 3-2 1.87 12 12 0 0 0 72.1 50 26 15 1 7 17 76 4 0
2014 Savannah 9-1 2.01 11 10 0 0 0 62.2 44 18 14 2 5 19 53 7 0
GCL Mets 0-1 1.29 3 2 0 0 0 7.0 4 1 1 0 0 2 10 1 0
2015 St. Lucie 4-5 3.36 15 14 0 0 0 83.0 72 39 31 4 8 34 61 11 0

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Carolina 1-2 3.29 3 3 0 0 0 13.2 11 6 5 2 0 4 7 0 0
2016 Mississippi 7-5 2.49 18 18 0 0 0 101.1 87 35 28 4 4 37 94 2 0
Gwinnett 0-1 1.93 3 3 0 0 0 18.2 12 4 4 0 1 7 18 1 0
ATLANTA 1-2 6.57 5 5 0 0 0 24.2 20 20 18 4 3 12 25 1 0
Minor Lg Totals 18-13 3.59 55 54 0 0 0 283.1 266 131 113 12 16 63 236 14 7
ML Totals 1-2 6.57 5 5 0 0 0 24.2 20 20 18 4 3 12 25 1 0
# MLB Rehab Assignment

WHALENs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by New York-NL in the 12th round of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft;
signed by scout Mike Silvestri.
Acquired by Atlanta from New York-NL along with John Gant (rhp) in exchange for Kelly
Johnson (inf/of), Juan Uribe (inf) and cash considerations on July 24, 2015.
Acquired by Seattle from Atlanta along with Max Povse (rhp) in exchange for Alex
Jackson (of) and a player to be named later (Tyler Pike, lhp) on Nov. 28, 2016.

UNITED NATIONS
In 40 seasons of Seattle Mariners Baseball, players from 18 different countries have
stepped on the diamond. In order to make this list a player must have been born in the
identified country and appeared in at least one Major League game:
Country Players Notable Players
Australia 2 Ryan Rowland-Smith, Travis Blackley
Belgium 1 Brian Lesher
Canada 12 James Paxton, Michael Saunders, Jason Bay, Ryan Radmanovich
Colombia 2 Jolbert Cabrera, Emiliano Fruto
Cuba 8 Roenis Elias, Guillermo Heredia, Leonys Martin,
Ariel Miranda, Kendrys Morales, Diego Segui, Tony Fossas
Dominican Republic 45 Robinson Can, Nelson Cruz, Adrian Beltre, Stan Javier
Germany 1 Mike Blowers
Italy 1 Alex Liddi
Japan 9 Norichika Aoki, Hisashi Iwakuma, Ichiro,
Munenori Kawasaki, Kenji Johjima,
Kazuhiro Sasaki, Shigetoshi Hasegawa, Mac Suzuki
Mexico 8 Oliver Perez, Mario Mendoza, Enrique Romo, Jorge Campillo
Netherlands 1 Greg Halman
Netherlands Antilles 2 Wladimir Balentien, Gene Kingsale
Nicaragua 3 Erasmo Ramirez, Dennis Martinez, JC Ramirez
Panama 1 Roberto Kelly
Puerto Rico 25 Joey Cora, Edwin Diaz, Rey Quinones,
Danny Tartabull, Ivan Calderon
South Korea 3 Cha Seung Baek, Shin-Soo Choo, Dae-Ho Lee
United States 596 Edgar Martinez, Ken Griffey Jr., Jay Buhner, John Olerud
Venezuela 39 Felix Hernandez, Franklin Gutierrez, Omar Vizquel, Freddy Garcia

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MIKE ZUNINO (3)
POSITION: Catcher
AGE: 25, turns 26 March 25 BORN: 3-25-91 in Cape Coral, FL
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 220
ML SERVICE: 2 years, 165 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Mariners first round selection (3rd overall) in the 2012
2017 MARINERS

June draft; signed by Mariners scout Rob Mummau


PRONUNCIATION: Zunino (zoo-NEE-no)
2016:
The Totals - Hit .207 (34x164) with
16 runs, 7 doubles, 12 home runs
ZUNINOs CAREER HIGHS
and 31 RBI in 55 games. MOST HITS:
On Base with Power - Posted a 4 4/29/14 at NYY
career-best .318 OBP (previous: MOST HOME RUNS:
.290, 2013), while also posting a 2 3 times, last 7/2/16 vs. BAL
career-high .470 slugging percent- MOST RBI: 3 11 times, last 8/22/16 vs. NYY
age (previous: .404, 2014). MOST STOLEN BASES:
Walk This Way - Equaled his career- 1 9/24/13 vs. KC
high in walks with 21 (also: 2015) LONGEST HITTING STREAK:
despite appearing in 55 games. 10 7/20-31/15
Slugger - Among AL catchers, CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None
ranked 4th in OPS (min. 190 PA)
with a mark of .787.
Extra, Extra! - 19 of his 34 hits went for extra-bases (7 doubles, 12 home runs).
Safeco Slugger - Hit his first 6 home runs of the season at Safeco Field in his first 7 home
games of the year, July 2 - August 5equaled the club record for home runs in a seven-
game span at home and became just the 3rd Mariners player to do so at Safeco Field
(also: Edgar Martinez, May 7-May 21, 2000 & Kyle Seager: April 23-May 11, 2014)also
joined Ken Griffey Jr. as the only Mariners in club history to hit 6 home runs in his first 7
home games of a season (Griffey accomplished this feat in 1997).
Z Power - Reached base safely via a hit, walk or hit by pitch in 19 consecutive games
(with an at-bat), July 30 - August 23marked the longest such streak of his career.
Backstop Pop - Posted his 3rd season with 10+ home runs (2016: 12, 2015: 11 & 2014:
22)joining Dan Wilson (1996: 18, 1997: 15 & 2001: 10) and Dave Valle (1987: 12, 1988:
10 & 1993: 13) as the only catchers to hit double-digit home runs in 3 seasons with Seattle.
Welcome Back - Recalled from AAA Tacoma on June 30 for his first of 2 stints with Seattle.
With Tacoma - Began the year with AAA Tacomahit .286 (80x280) with 47 runs, 15
doubles, 17 home runs, 57 RBI, a .376 OBP and a .521 slugging percentage in 79 games.
PCL Honors - Named Pacific Coast League Player of the Week, April 4/7-17hit .441
(15x34) with 9 runs, 3 doubles, 4 home runs, 11 RBI & 1 walk in 8 games.
Five in a Row - Homered in 5 straight games with the Rainiers, April 13-18, batting .500
with 8 runs, 3 doubles, 6 home runs and 12 RBI.
PERSONAL: Michael Accorsi Zuninoresides in Gainesville, FL with wife Alyssaplayed
college baseball at the University of Floridaled UF to three consecutive College World
SeriesGolden Spikes Award, Johnny Bench Award, Dick Howser Trophy winner in
2012father, Greg, is a scout with the Cincinnati Redsmother, Paola, was a catcher
on the Italian national softball team 2009 graduate of Mariner High School (Cape Coral,
FL)selected All-State in Class 5A his senior year after batting .464 with 12 home runs.
2012: Combined to bat .360 (58x161) with 35 runs scored, 14 doubles, 13 home runs, 43
RBI and a 1.137 OPS in 44 games with Everett and Jacksonrecorded a double in his
first pro plate appearance July 14 vs. Tri Citythree-time Northwest League Player of the
Week (July 16-22, July 23-29, Aug. 6-12)promoted to Jackson on Aug. 12hit .333
(17x51) with 4 doubles and 3 home runs in 15 games with Jacksonappeared in all 8
playoff games batting .379 (11x29) with 3 home runs and 8 RBIhit .288 (23x80) with 2
home runs and 15 RBI in 19 games with Peoria in the Arizona Fall Leagueplayed in the
AFL Rising Stars Gameselected to the MLB.com AFL Top Prospect Team and named
by Baseball America as the No. 7 prospect in the league.

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2013: Appeared in 52 games, making 48 starts at catcherMariners were 25-23 in his
startshit .214 (37x173) with 5 home runs and 14 RBI in 52 gameshit 2 home runs
Sept. 25 vs. Kansas Cityon DL with fractured hamate bone in left hand July 26-Sept.
1walk-off single in 10th inning June 28 vs. Chicago (NL)at 22 years and 95 days
old, became 3rd-youngest Mariner with game-ending RBI, behind Alex Rodriguez
(20.248, 3/31/96) and Danny Tartabull (21.317, 9/11/84)first career home run June 14 at

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Oaklandmade MLB debut June 12 vs. Houstonwent 1-for-4 with a single off Jordan
Lylesone of 6 players, and only position player, to reach Majors from 2012 draft class.
2014: Appeared in 131 games, making 126 starts (C-125, DH-1), hitting .199 (87x438) with
51 runs, 20 doubles, 2 triples, 22 home runs and 60 RBIset a club record for home
runs by a catcher with 22 (previous: Miguel Olivo, 19, 2011)22 home runs were 2nd
among AL catchers (McCann, NYY, 23) and tied for 3rd-most in MLBrecorded more
extra-base hits (44) than singles (43)with his 20th home run of season at 23 years and
186 days, became 5th-youngest catcher to put up a 20-double, 20-home run season
behind Johnny Bench (21.299 in 1969), Brian McCann (22.223 in 2006), Johnny Bench
(22.298 in 1970) & Gary Carter (23.177 in 1977)led A.L. with 17 hit by pitches, the 2nd-
most in Mariners history (Jose Guillen, 19, 2007)hit .252 (33x131) with 8 doubles and
5 home runs vs. LHPranked 2nd in AL and 4th in Majors with a 3.18 catchers ERA
and his 1121.0 innings caught ranked 2nd in the ALcaught in 130 games (125 starts),
just the 7th season by a Mariners catcher with 130+ games caught and 125+ starts at
catcher1,121.0 innings caught ranked 5th in single-season club historyhit 15 of 22
home runs in his final 73 games (June 20-end of season)led team and ranked 6th in A.L.
with 158 strikeoutswent 4-for-5 on April 29 in his Yankee Stadium debut setting a career-
high in hits and becoming the 15th player to get 4+ hits in his 1st game at Yankee Stadium
(new or old)made 1st Opening Day rosterwas youngest player on Seattles OD roster.
2015: Hit .174 (61x350) with 28 runs, 11 doubles, 11 home runs and 28 RBI in 112 games
belted 11 home runs following Mariners catcher record 22 HR in 20145th catcher in
Mariners history to post multiple double-digit home runs seasonsjoins Dan Wilson (3
seasons: 1996: 18, 1997: 15, 2001: 10), Dave Valle (3 seasons: 1987: 12, 1988: 10, 1993:
13), Miguel Olivo (2 seasons: 2011: 19, 2012: 12) and Kenji Johjima (2 seasons: 2006: 18,
2007: 14)batted .361 (13x36) with 5 doubles, 1 home run, 6 RBI during career-high 10-
game hitting streak July 20-31appeared in 112 games at catcher, making 101 starts
at time of option to minors (8/28) ranked 3rd in Majors in innings caught (919.2) trailing
only Yadier Molina (1009.2) and Salvador Perez (947.1)threw out 12 of 54 attempted
base stealers (22.2%)was a part of a triple play July 26 vs. Toronto in the 4th inning (3-
6-2-2), the teams 11th triple play turned in franchise history and first since Aug. 9, 2010
vs. Oaklandtied for 5th in the AL with 8 sacrifice hitsrecorded his 2nd career multi-
home run game May 12 vs. SD (3x4, 2 HR, 3 RBI)optioned to AAA Tacoma Aug. 28
appeared in 10 games with the Rainiers, hitting .317 (13x41) with 2 doubles, 3 home runs
and 8 RBIended the season participating in Mariners instructional camp in Peoria, AZ.
ZUNINOs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2012 Everett .373 29 110 29 41 81 10 0 10 35 0 1 4 18 26 1 0 .736 .474
Jackson .333 15 51 6 17 30 4 0 3 8 0 1 0 5 7 0 0 .588 .386
2013 Tacoma # .227 52 203 38 46 97 12 3 11 43 0 4 5 17 66 0 0 .478 .297
SEATTLE .214 52 173 22 37 57 5 0 5 14 0 1 3 16 49 1 0 .329 .290
2014 SEATTLE .199 131 438 51 87 177 20 2 22 60 0 4 17 17 158 0 3 .404 .254
2015 SEATTLE .174 112 350 28 61 105 11 0 11 28 8 2 5 21 132 0 1 .300 .230
Tacoma .317 10 41 7 13 24 2 0 3 8 0 0 2 0 8 0 0 .585 .349
2016 Tacoma .286 79 280 47 80 146 15 0 17 57 0 4 8 35 69 0 1 .521 .376
SEATTLE .207 55 164 16 34 77 7 0 12 31 0 1 6 21 65 0 0 .470 .318
Minor Lg Totals .288 185 685 127 197 378 43 3 44 151 0 10 19 75 176 1 1 .552 .369
ML Totals .195 350 1125 117 219 416 43 2 50 133 8 8 31 75 404 1 4 .370 .262
# MLB Rehab Assignment

ZUNINOs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Oakland in the 29th round of the 2009 June draft but did not sign.
Selected by Seattle in the first round (3rd overall) in the 2012 June draftsigned by
Mariners scout Garrett Ball.
On 15-day disabled list July 26-Sept. 2, 2013 with a fractured left hamate boneincluded
rehab assignment with AAA Tacoma.
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TONY ZYCH (55)
POSITION: Right-handed pitcher
AGE: 26, turns 27 Aug. 7 BORN: 8-7-90 in Hazel Crest, IL
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 190
ML SERVICE: 1 year, 6 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: In minor league trade with Chicago-NL for cash
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considerations on April 2, 2015


PRONUNCIATION: Zych (ZICK)

2016:
The Totals Was 1-0 with a 3.29 ZYCHs CAREER HIGHS
ERA (5 ER, 13.2 IP) with 21 strikeouts MOST STRIKEOUTS:
in 12 relief appearances. 4 2 times, last 10/3/15 vs. OAK
Option - Optioned to AAA Tacoma LOW-HIT GAME: None
on Aug. 24 (post-game)made one LONGEST WINNING STREAK: None
appearance (Aug. 28) before going LONGEST LOSING STREAK: None
on 7-day DL (right shoulder strain). MOST INNINGS PITCHED:
Return - After activation from DL, STARTER: 2.2 9/30/15 vs. HOU
made two appearances with Seattle. RELIEVER: 3.0 10/3/15 vs. OAK
Rehab - Sent on rehab assignment
on Aug. 12 and made appearances with AZL Mariners, AA Jackson & AAA Tacoma before
being activated from the DL on Aug. 23, making 4 rehab games, including 2 starts.
D.L. Transferred to 60-day disabled list on June 24 after originally being placed on the
15-day D.L. with rotator cuff tendinitis in right shoulder on May 3 (retroactive to May 2).
The First First MLB win on April 21 at Cleveland with shutout 9th of 10-7, 10-inning win.
Opener Made his first Opening Day roster.
PERSONAL: Anthony Aaron Zychresides in Monee, ILattended St. Rita of Cascia High
School in Chicagohit .426 with 8 home runs, 33 runs scored and 30 RBI as a senior
second baseman and was 7-2 with a 2.63 ERA and 56 strikeouts on the moundearned
the American Baseball Coaches Association Rawlings High School Gold Glove at second
basealso earned one letter in football as a defensive back and two letters in golf
played college baseball at the University of Louisvillewas a 2009 Collegiate Baseball
Freshman All-American after going 6-2, 2 SV, 3.25 ERA in 21 appearancesplayed for the
2009 USA Baseball Collegiate National TeamCape Cod League All-Star in 2010 with the
Bourne Bravespresented the Russ Ford Award as the Cape Cod Leagues Outstanding
Relief Pitcher and Robert A. McNeece Award as the Outstanding Pro Prospect.
CAREER: Selected twice in June amateur draft by hometown Cubs, in 46th round in 2008
(attended Louisville) and 4th round in 2011signed by Cubs scout Tim Adkins.
2011: Made pro debut with the AZL Cubs and Boise Hawks, appearing in 4 games.
2012: Made 47 appearances with A Daytona and AA Tennessee in his first full professional
seasoncombined to go 5-4, 3.67 ERA (25 ER, 61.1 IP) while recording 6 saves
averaged 9.4 K/9.0 IPpitched for Mesa Solar Sox in the Arizona Fall League following
the season, going 1-0 with 1 save and a 3.86 ERA in 13 appearances.
2013: Spent season with AA Tennesseewent 5-5 with a 3.05 ERA (19 ER, 56.0 IP).
2014: Appeared in 45 games for AA Tennessee in the Southern Leaguewent 4-5, 5.09 ERA
(33 ER, 58.1 IP)went 4-1 with 1 save and 3.77 ERA (13 ER, 31.0 IP) in 23 appearances
on the roadin 22 games at home went 0-4 with 1 save and a 6.59 ERA (20 ER, 27.1 IP)
went 2-for-2 with 2 RBI in only 2 plate appearances.
2015: Was 0-0 with a 2.45 ERA (5 ER, 18.1 IP) with 24 strikeouts in 13 relief appearances with
Seattleselected from AAA Tacoma on Sept. 1 when Major League rosters expanded
tossed 2.0+ innings in 5 of 13 relief outings including career-high 3.0 innings Oct. 3 vs.
Oaklandmade MLB debut becoming last player who has played Major League baseball
listed in the baseball encyclopedia, supplanting Edward (Dutch) Zwilling (CWS, 1910)
began season with AA Jackson, going 0-0 with 5 saves and a 2.16 ERA (4 ER, 16.2 IP)
in 15 relief appearancespromoted to AAA Tacoma on May 16was 1-2 with 4 saves,
3.41 ERA (12 ER, 31.2 IP) in 25 games with Tacomastruck out at least 1 batter in 23 of
25 appearances, including a season-high 4 batters on Aug. 5 vs. Renoaveraged 10.52
SO/9.0 IPacquired from the Cubs on April 2 in exchange for cash considerations after
spending his first four minor league seasons in the Cubs organization.
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ZYCH (continued)
ZYCHs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2011 AZL Cubs 0-0 4.50 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 2 2 1 0 1 1 3 0 0
Boise 0-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0
2012 Daytona 3-3 3.19 27 0 0 0 6 36.2 32 16 13 0 2 7 36 2 0
Tennessee 2-1 4.38 20 0 0 0 0 24.2 26 12 12 1 3 12 28 1 0
2013 Tennessee 5-5 3.05 47 0 0 0 3 56.0 51 30 19 2 1 21 40 2 0

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2014 Tennessee 4-5 5.09 45 0 0 0 2 58.1 75 36 33 3 3 18 35 3 0
2015 Jackson 0-0 2.16 15 0 0 0 5 16.2 11 4 4 0 3 0 18 0 1
Tacoma 1-2 3.41 25 0 0 0 4 31.2 34 12 12 2 2 2 37 4 0
SEATTLE 0-0 2.45 13 1 0 0 0 18.1 17 6 5 1 2 3 24 1 0
2016 SEATTLE 1-0 3.29 12 0 0 0 0 13.2 10 6 5 0 1 10 21 0 0
AZL Mariners # 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 1.0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Jackson # 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0
Tacoma # 0-0 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 3.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 15-16 3.63 188 2 0 0 20 233.0 231 113 94 8 15 71 207 12 1
ML Totals 1-0 2.81 25 1 0 0 0 32.0 27 12 10 1 3 13 45 1 0

ZYCHs CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected by Chicago-NL in the 46th round of the 2008 June Draftdid not sign to attend
Univ. of Louisville.
Selected by Chicago-NL in the 4th round of the 2011 June Draft.
Acquired by Seattle in minor league trade for cash considerations, April 2, 2015.
On disabled list May 3 (retro to May 2)-Aug. 23, 2016 with rotator cuff tendinitis
transferred to 60-day DL June 24included rehab assignments with AZL Mariners, AA
Jackson and AAA Tacoma.

SINGLE GAME STRIKEOUT LEADERS


PLAYER SO # OF TIMES LAST DONE
Randy Johnson 19 2 8/8/97 vs. CWS
Randy Johnson 18 1 9/27/92 at TEX
Randy Johnson 16 2 7/18/97 vs. KC
Mark Langston 16 1 5/10/88 at TOR
Mike Moore 16 1 8/19/88 at NYY (G#1)
Felix Hernandez 15 1 6/8/14 at TB
Randy Johnson 15 12 7/11/98 vs. ANA
Mark Langston 15 1 6/25/86 vs. CLE
Randy Johnson 14 5 7/13/97 vs. TEX
Mark Langston 14 4 5/24/87 vs. TOR
Felix Hernandez 13 3 6/28/12 vs. BOS
Hisashi Iwakuma 13 1 7/30/12 vs. TOR
Randy Johnson 13 9 8/15/97 at BAL (G#1)
Erik Hanson 13 1 5/19/93 at TEX
Mike Moore 13 1 8/24/88 at BAL (G#2)
Gaylord Perry 13 1 4/20/82 vs. CAL

SINGLE-SEASON SAVES Most Wins in First Season


1. Fernando Rodney, 2014.............48 with Mariners
2. Kazuhiro Sasaki, 2001................45 Freddy Garcia, 1999 17
3. J.J. Putz, 2007............................40 Mark Langston, 1984 17
4. David Aardsma, 2009.................38 Aaron Sele, 2000 17
5. Brandon League, 2011...............37 Jeff Fassero, 1997 16
Kazuhiro Sasaki, 2000 & 2002....37 Miguel Batista, 2007 16

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THE INVITED PLAYERS
JONATHAN ARO (48)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 26 BORN: 10-10-90 in La Vega, Dominican Republic
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 235
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 45 days
2017 MARINERS

ACQUIRED: In trade with Wade Miley (lhp) from Boston in exchange for Carson Smith (rhp)
and Roenis Elias (lhp) on Dec. 7, 2015
2016: Appeared in one game, June 20 at Detroit (1 H, 1 BB in 0.2 IP)recalled from AAA
Tacoma June 17-21 (post-game)was 3-2 with 1 save and 2.48 ERA (10 ER, 36.1 IP) with
25 strikeouts in 24 games (1 GS) with AAA Tacomaon minor league, 7-day DL with right
elbow forearm strain July 1-end of yearin first 17 games with Tacoma (thru May), had 1.26
ERA (4 ER, 28.2 IP) with 19 strikeoutsin final 7 games, had 7.04 ERA (6 ER, 7.2 IP).
PERSONAL: Jonathan Arturo Arooriginally signed as non-drafted free agent June 6, 2011.
2011: Made pro debut in DSLposted a 1.82 ERA (6 ER, 29.2 IP) in his last 5 startshad
a 0.96 WHIP, 2nd among DSL Sox qualifiers and had a 9.5 K/BB ratio2012: Spent
season with GCL Red Soxposted 2.42 ERA (6 ER, 22.1) in his final 6 appearances after
posting 7.71 ERA (14 ER, 16.1 IP) in his first 5 outings2013: Posted 2nd-lowest ERA on
Short-A Lowell with 2.14 mark (min. 50 IP)limited opponents to 2 earned runs or fewer
in all 15 appearances2014: Spent majority of season with A Greenville, making 25 relief
outingsnamed South Atlantic League mid-season All-Star and Red Sox Minor League
Relief Pitcher of the Month for Aprilpitched in 7 games (1 GS) for High-A Salem
combined to go 3-3 with 8 saves, a 2.16 ERA (21 ER, 87.1 IP) with 98 strikeoutsled
Greenville in ERA (2.27), WHIP (1.10), opponent AVG (.211) and saves (7), min. 55.0 IP
promoted to Salem July 292015: Was 0-1 with 6.97 ERA (8 ER, 10.1 IP) in 6 relief outings
with Boston in 4 stints (June 25-July 2, July 30-31, Aug. 23-25 & Sept. 8-end) despite no
prior experience above Single-A2015 Lou Gorman Award for overcoming adversity to
reach Majorsselected to Majors June 25 and made debut that night vs. Baltimore (1.1 IP,
2 K)was 3-3 with 2 saves and a 3.04 ERA (25 ER, 74.0 IP) in 34 relief games between AAA
Pawtucket and AA Portlandbegan season with Portland, promoted to Pawtucket May 14.
AROs PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2011 DSL Red Sox 2-2 3.06 9 6 0 0 0 47 41 22 16 1 6 4 38 2 0
2012 GCL Red Sox 3-4 4.66 11 4 0 0 0 38.2 45 21 20 4 0 9 34 5 0
2013 Lowell 5-3 2.14 15 1 0 0 3 54.2 44 17 13 2 2 12 49 1 0
2014 Greenville 1-3 2.28 25 0 0 0 7 67 52 27 17 3 2 22 74 2 0
Salem 2-0 1.8 7 1 0 0 1 20 12 6 4 1 1 7 24 1 0
2015 Portland 3-2 2.82 8 0 0 0 0 22.1 15 12 7 0 1 8 19 0 0
Pawtucket 0-1 3.14 26 0 0 0 2 51.2 43 18 18 2 4 10 53 0 0
BOSTON 0-1 6.97 6 0 0 0 0 10.1 15 8 8 2 0 4 8 0 0
2016 Tacoma 3-2 2.48 24 1 0 0 1 36.1 29 13 10 2 0 10 25 1 0
SEATTLE 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 0.2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 19-17 2.80 125 13 0 0 14 337.2 281 136 105 15 16 82 316 12 0
ML Totals 0-1 6.55 7 0 0 0 0 11.0 16 8 8 2 0 5 8 0 0

NEVIN ASHLEY (10)


POSITION: Catcher
AGE: 32, turns 33 Aug. 14 BORN: 8-14-84 in Vincennes, IN
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 215
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 27 days
ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Jan. 28, 2017
2016: Began season with AAA Las Vegas in New York-NL organization, hitting .240 (40x167)
with 26 runs, 10 doubles, 5 home runs and 28 RBI in 64 gameson 7-day disabled list
April 7-16 with a great toe bruisetraded to Texas in minor league trade on Aug. 31.
PERSONAL: Nevin Robert Ashleyresides in Evansville, INgraduated from North Knox
High School in Bicknell, IN where he played baseball and footballhonor student and a
three-time class presidentplayed baseball at Indiana State University from 2004-2006
was first-team All-Missouri Valley Conference selection in 2006wifes name is Ashley
and goes by Ashley Ashleyshe owns her own photography studio, A2 Photography
originally selected by Tampa Bay in 6th round of 2006 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
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ASHLEY (continued)
2006: Named Appalachian League All-Star, a Topps Rookie All-Star and Baseball America
Rookie All-Star with R-Princetonled Appalachian League in on-base percentage
(.440)2007: Led South Atlantic League catchers in fielding percentage (.992) and
minor league catchers with 20 stolen basesestablished career-highs in home runs, RBI
and stolen basesnamed to South Atlantic League midseason All-Star team2008:
Appeared in 102 games with A Vero Beach hitting .235 (77x327) with 37 runs, 12 doubles,

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1 triple, 4 home runs and 26 RBI2009: Threw out career-high 48 percent (48-of-101) of
basestealers between A Charlotte and AA Montgomerynamed to Florida State League
mid-season All-Star team2010: Led Southern League catchers in fielding percentage
(.992) and threw out 41% (34-of-83) attempted base stealersnot on Tampa Bays ALDS
roster but did travel with club as reserve catchervoted best defensive catcher in Tampa
Bay organization2011: In 112 apps at AA Montgomery and AAA Durham combined to
hit .263 with a career-high 16 doublespromoted to Durham on July 18following the
season played in Dominican Winter League2012: Appeared in 50 games with GCL Rays
and AAA Durhamre-signed as minor league free agent on Nov. 192013: Non-roster
invitee to Spring Training with Cincinnatispent entire season with AAA Louisville2014:
Signed with Pittsburgh on Nov. 29, 2013 with an invite to Major League campspent
entire season with AAA Indianapolis2015: Had contract was selected by Milwaukee
from AAA Colorado Springs on Sept. 8picked up first Major League hit at Miami on
Sept. 9 off Tom Koehlersaw action in 12 games (five starts)hit over .300 in four
months while at Triple-Ahit .325 in April, .333 in May, .349 in July and .328 in August.

ASHLEY's PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2006 Princeton .333 47 153 25 51 73 8 1 4 28 1 1 9 21 40 7 3 .477 .440
2007 Columbus .280 119 429 76 120 185 13 8 12 60 1 7 4 49 92 20 8 .431 .354
2008 Vero Beach .235 102 327 37 77 103 12 1 4 26 1 1 8 49 79 5 6 .315 .348
2009 Charlotte .240 62 200 22 48 67 7 3 2 21 0 3 11 22 47 7 4 .335 .343
Montgomery .212 35 118 10 25 37 7 1 1 15 0 0 3 18 31 0 0 .314 .331
2010 Montgomery .255 92 341 49 87 128 14 3 7 45 1 6 9 34 76 4 2 .375 .333
Durham .167 7 24 2 4 7 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 7 1 0 .292 .200
2011 Montgomery .280 80 279 35 78 115 15 2 6 33 1 2 14 36 66 2 3 .412 .387
Durham .218 32 101 9 22 31 1 1 2 15 2 1 3 5 29 0 1 .307 .273
2012 Durham .245 35 110 18 27 50 6 1 5 13 1 0 4 15 25 1 1 .455 .357
GCL Rays .333 15 45 6 15 21 3 0 1 5 0 0 1 7 6 2 0 .467 .434
2013 Louisville .235 80 238 28 56 89 13 1 6 28 4 2 3 31 59 4 1 .374 .328
2014 Indianapolis .246 70 203 21 50 70 12 1 2 24 2 2 5 22 41 0 0 .345 .332
2015 Colorado Springs
.306 94 337 52 103 149 14 4 8 61 1 4 7 32 72 0 2 .442 .374
MILWAUKEE .100 12 20 2 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 8 0 0 .150 .143
2016 Las Vegas .240 64 167 26 40 65 10 0 5 28 0 3 3 27 45 1 1 .389 .350
Round Rock .100 3 10 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 .100 .250
Minor Lg Totals .261 936 3082 418 804 1191 135 27 66 405 16 32 86 369 718 54 32 .386 .353
ML Totals .100 12 20 2 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 8 0 0 .150 .143

STEVEN BARON (71)


POSITION: Catcher
AGE: 26 BORN: 12-7-90 in Miami, FL
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 205
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 27 days
ACQUIRED: Mariners supplemental first round selection (33rd overall) in the 2009 MLB
First-Year Player Draft
2016: Hit .280 (65x232) with 35 runs, 7 doubles, 1 triple, 3 home runs, 22 RBI, 2 HBP, 34
walks in 67 games with AA Jacksonappeared in 1 game with AAA Tacomarecorded
17 multi-hit contests, including 2 3-hit games: June 9 vs. Pensacola and June 11 at
Mississippihit safely in season-high 8 games, July 12-23 (.393/11x28, 7 R, 2 2B, 2
BB)on 7-day disabled list with right shoulder rotator cuff strain, Aug. 16-Sept. 20.
PERSONAL: Steven Phillip Baronresides in Miami and Seattle during the offseason2009
graduate of John A. Ferguson (FL) High School.
2009: Professional debut with Pulaski in Appalachian Leagueplayed in 30 games (25
starts) at catcher2010: Split season between Clinton and EverettNorthwest League
All-Starthrew out 63 of 138 attempted base stealers (45.6%)led minors in catcher
caught stealing2011: Split season with Clinton and High Desertthree stints on DL,
June 15-24 (right hand contusion), July 2-Aug. 21 (left wrist sprain) & Aug. 27-end of
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season (right shin infection)2012: Appeared in 64 games with Clintonon disabled
list on July 6 for remainder of season with right elbow sprainparticipated in Mariners
Instructional League2013: In High Desert appeared in career-high 86 gamestook part
in Instructional League2014: Split season between High Desert (4/4-7/7) and Jackson
(7/8-8/17)combined to throw out 45.5% of basestealers (6 CS/6 SB w/Jackson & 30
CS/36 SB w/High Desert)on DL on Aug. 18 for remainder of season with strained right
2017 MARINERS

hamstring2015: Appeared in four MLB gamesMLB debut Sept. 9, catching all 9.0
innings of one-hit shutoutfirst Mariners catcher to catch a shutout in his MLB debut
just third catcher since 1914 to catch a 9.0-inning one-hitter in MLB debut; joins Bostons
Russ Gibson (April 14, 1967 at Yankees) & Pittsburghs Walter Schmidt (April 13, 1916
at Cardinals)promoted to AAA Tacoma on June 4hit .277 (51x184) with 27 runs, 12
doubles, 3 home runs, 20 RBI, 10 walks in 53 games with AAA Tacomabegan season
with AA Jackson, batting .243 (26x107) with 17 runs, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 13 RBI, 20
walks in 35 gamesfirst AAA home run and drove in career-high tying 4 RBI July 3 vs.
Las Vegascombined to throw out 27.8% (20 CS, 52 SB)on DL Aug. 18-end of minor
league season with strained right hamstring.

BARON's PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2009 Pulaski .179 30 106 12 19 31 6 0 2 13 0 1 2 7 38 0 0 .292 .241
2010 Clinton .182 45 154 10 28 34 3 0 1 14 1 2 0 10 47 1 1 .221 .229
Everett .253 53 198 18 50 75 12 2 3 22 3 0 2 6 60 1 0 .379 .282
2011 Clinton .197 57 198 17 39 64 13 0 4 20 1 1 2 17 49 6 3 .323 .266
High Desert .188 5 16 3 3 4 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 6 0 0 .250 .222
2012 Clinton .241 64 249 29 60 94 18 2 4 30 3 4 2 13 49 10 1 .378 .280
2013 High Desert .208 86 331 31 69 112 18 5 5 47 1 3 0 18 93 7 0 .338 .247
2014 High Desert .254 39 142 18 36 51 10 1 1 23 0 4 3 10 27 3 1 .359 .308
Jackson .275 21 69 5 19 25 4 1 0 6 0 0 0 7 12 1 1 .362 .342
2015 Jackson .243 35 107 17 26 33 5 1 0 13 1 0 0 20 27 3 0 .308 .362
Tacoma .277 53 184 27 51 72 12 0 3 20 1 1 1 10 38 4 1 .391 .316
SEATTLE .000 4 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .000 .000
2016 Jackson .280 66 232 35 65 83 7 1 3 22 1 0 2 34 54 3 1 .358 .377
Tacoma .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000
Minor Lg Totals .234 554 1982 222 464 676 108 13 26 228 13 17 14 153 499 39 9 .341 .291
ML Totals .000 4 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .000 .000

CHRISTIAN BERGMAN (56)


POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 28 (turns 29 on May 4) BORN: 5-4-88 in Glendale, CA
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 195
ML SERVICE: 2 years, 75 days
ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent on Dec. 1, 2016
2016: Named to Colorado Opening Day rosterin 15 appearances (1 start) Colorado, went
1-3 with a 8.39 ERA (23 ER, 24.2 IP) with 22 strikeoutsmade his lone start, a loss, on
April 16 at Chicago-NL, equaling a career-high with 7 strikeouts (5.0 IP, 4 H, 2 R, BB)
first win on May 5 at San Francisco (2.2 IP, H, 2 K) as relieveron disabled list with a
strained left oblique May 20-July 9optioned to AAA Albuquerque on July 9recalled
on Aug. 16made 10 starts with Albuquerque, going 3-3 with a 3.66 ERA (21 ER, 51.2 IP)
with 33 strikeoutsrecalled for his 4th stint with Colorado on Sept. 2.
PERSONAL: Christian Stanford Bergmanresides in The Woodlands, Texasattended
St. Francis (CA) HS where he pitched, played shortstop and third baseas a senior,
went 10-2 with a 1.54 ERA and hit .3432006 Mission League Most Valuable Player and
All-California Interscholastic Federation first-team memberattended the University of
California, Irvineearned All-Big West first-team honors his sophomore year after going
5-2 with a 1.94 ERA, including a 0.64 ERA in league actionAll- Big West second-team
honors his junior year after going 9-3 with a 3.50 ERA with 66 strikeoutsselected by
Colorado in 24th round of 2010 MLB First-Year Player Draft; signed by scout Jon Lukens.
2010: Pro debut at R Casperwent 1-3 with a 5.91 ERA (21.1 IP, 14 ER) in five starts and
0-1 with a 6.00 ERA (18 ER, 27.0 IP) in nine relief appearances2011: Spent season
with Short-A Tri-CityNorthwest League Post-Season All-Starled Northwest league in
innings (97.1), shutouts (two), complete games (2) and WHIP (0.97) and T1st in wins (7)
carried no-hitter into 6th inning in Game 1 of NWL Semifinal series vs. Boisein Game
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2 of Northwest League Finals, held Vancouver to two runs over 6.0 innings on road in
elimination game13.0 innings and 12 strikeout led NWL in postseason2012: MiLB.
com Organization All-Star, California League Post-Season All-Star and CAL Pitcher of
the Year after going 16-5 with a 3.68 ERA (66 ER, 162.2 IP) over 27 starts with High-A
Modestohis 16 wins were T1st in Minors (T.J. McFarland, AAA Columbus)3rd in
California League in ERA and 5th among Rockies full-season pitchersranked 28th-best

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Rockies prospect by Baseball America2013: Texas League Midseason and Postseason
All-Star after going 8-7 with a 3.37 ERA (64 ER, 171.0 IP) in 27 starts with AA TulsaTexas
League Pitcher of the Week for week ending Aug. 4Baseball America labeled him as
having Best Control in Colorado system following the season2014: MLB debut June
9 vs. Atlanta en route to making 10 startstook loss in MLB debut vs. Atlanta (6.0 IP, 2 R,
2 BB, 4 K)did not issue a walk in six of 10 starts; first Colorado starter to have 5+ games
of zero over their first 10 career starts10 walks in first 10 starts are fewest by Colorado
starter in first 10 startsmissed 51 games with a fractured left thumb June 25-Aug. 24
at AAA Colorado Springs, went 4-4 with a 3.84 ERA (32 ER, 75.0 IP) in 12 startswith
Colorado Springs, had a 26.2 home scoreless innings streak May 3-June 3, the longest
in 27-year history of Sky Soxnamed to Arizona Fall League Rising Stars team after
going 2-0 with a 4.34 ERA (9 ER, 18.2 IP) with 17 strikeouts for Salt River2015: Made
first Opening Day rosteroptioned to AAA Albuquerque June 10recalled June 18...
on 15-day disabled list with right shoulder fatigue June 30-Aug. 1went 3-0 with a 4.10
ERA (24 ER, 52.2 IP) in 26 relief appearances, 0-1 with a 6.89 ERA (12 ER, 15.2 IP) in four
starts2.0+ innings in 18 of 24 relief appearances, T2nd-most in Majors.
BERGMAN's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2010 Casper 1-4 5.96 14 5 0 0 0 48.1 62 39 32 5 1 11 37 4 0
2011 Tri-City 7-5 2.59 15 15 2 2 0 97.1 83 31 28 4 4 11 68 2 0
2012 Modesto 16-5 3.65 27 27 0 0 0 162.2 161 73 66 16 3 37 121 4 0
2013 Tulsa 8-7 3.37 27 27 1 1 0 171.0 162 76 64 25 5 23 111 0 0
2014 ColoradoSprings 5-5 4.21 15 15 0 0 0 92.0 96 48 43 11 2 18 60 1 0
COLORADO 3-5 5.93 10 10 0 0 0 54.2 75 37 36 9 1 10 31 0 0
Tulsa 0-1 3.00 2 2 0 0 0 9.0 8 3 3 1 0 5 5 2 0
2015 COLORADO 3-1 4.74 30 4 0 0 0 68.1 82 36 36 8 0 15 37 4 0
Albuquerque 0-0 0.00 2 2 0 0 0 5.0 2 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 0
2016 COLORADO 1-3 8.39 15 1 0 0 0 24.2 39 24 23 7 0 6 22 0 0
Albuquerque 3-3 3.66 10 10 0 0 0 51.2 52 24 21 8 2 12 33 1 0
Minor Lg Totals 40-30 3.63 112 103 3 3 0 637.0 626 294 257 70 17 119 441 14 0
ML Totals 7-9 5.79 55 15 0 0 0 147.2 196 97 95 24 1 31 90 4 0

NICK HAGADONE (41)


POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 31 BORN: 1-1-86 in Sandpoint, ID
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-5 WEIGHT: 230
ML SERVICE: 3 years, 56 days
ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Jan. 31, 2017
2016: Did not play, recovering from surgery in Feb. 2016 to repair fractured left elbow.
PERSONAL: Nicholas Michael Hagadone (pronounced HAG-ah-donn)he and his wife
Pesarakphorn have a daughter, Haylee, and a son, Oliver...drafted by Seattle in 36th round
of 2004 MLB First-Year Player Draft, did not signgraduated from Sumner (WA) High School
where he played baseball and footballplayed three years at University of Washington
First-Team All-Pac-10 his junior year (2007) after going 6-1 with 11 saves and 2.77 ERA (21
ER, 68.1IP) in 25 games (2 starts)as sophomore in 2006, combined with Tim Lincecum on
no-hitter vs. Santa Clara (final 3.0 innings)selected by Boston in 1st round of 2007 MLB
First-Year Player Draftas 55th overall pick, was fourth-highest selection out of UWfather
played football at Idaho and mother was a volleyball player at Montana State.
2007: With A Lowell set club record with 23.0 consecutive scoreless innings to finish
season2008: Made three starts at A Greenville before being placed on DL on April
19-end of season with left elbow soreness after reconstructive surgeryafter season,
ranked by Baseball America as Boston's No. 3 prospect, the No. 2 pitcher, and as having
the Best Slider in system2009: Split season with A Greenville, A Lake County and
High-A Kinstonassigned to A Lake County after being acquired by Cleveland2010:

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With A Kinston and AA Akron in first full season removed from reconstructive elbow
surgeryentered season as 3rd best prospect in Cleveland system according to Baseball
Americaadded to 40-man roster on Nov. 192011: Spent season as reliever with AA
Akron and AAA Columbus3rd best prospect in Cleveland organization entering season
according to Baseball America6-4 with 2.79 ERA (22 ER, 71.0 IP) in 46 relief outings
at AA & AAArecalled Aug. 26-28 but did not appearrecalled on Sept. 1MLB debut
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on Sept. 1 vs. Oakland (1.2 IP, 2H, 3R, 1 ER)first MLB win on Sept. 24 vs. Minnesota
(1.0 ShO IP)2012: In two stints with Cleveland was 1-0 with 6.39 ERA (18 ER, 25.1
IP) in 27 relief games (April 17-23, April 27-July 7)...in first 17 games had 2.04 ERA (4
ER, 17.2 IP)after his July 6 vs. Tampa Bay outing, suffered self-inflicted injury to left
forearm (broken left radius) that ended seasonhad surgery to repair radius on July 10
(Dr. Thomas Graham)pitched winter ball2013: Split season between Cleveland and
AAA Columbusin 5 stints with Cleveland, posted 5.46 ERA (19 ER, 31.1 IP) in 36 relief
outingswith AAA Columbus fanned 12.8 batters per 9.0IP5th among AL relievers in
inherited runners scoring pct (17.6%, 6 of 34)2014: Split season between Cleveland
and AAA Columbusin four stints with Cleveland (5/3, 6/2-12, 6/25-28, 7/8-end)June
25-end of season, posted 2.14 ERA (5 ER, 21.0 IP)posted 3.77 ERA (12 ER, 28.2 IP)in 23
relief games at AAA Columbus2015: With Cleveland before going on 15-day disabled
list on July 8 (retro. 7/7)-end of season with lower back and elbow sorenesswhile on
rehab with Mahoning Valley, suffered broken bone in left elbow (medial epicondyle)
surgery on July 23 in Pensacola, FL (Dr. James Andrews) to fixate and stabilize bone.
HAGADONE's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2007 Lowell 0-1 1.85 10 10 0 0 0 24.1 14 5 5 1 0 8 33 1 0
2008 Greenville 1-1 0.00 3 3 0 0 0 10.0 5 3 0 0 0 6 12 2 0
2009 Greenville 0-2 2.52 10 10 0 0 0 25.0 13 8 7 0 4 14 32 1 0
Lake County 0-1 2.45 5 5 0 0 0 14.2 8 4 4 0 1 5 21 3 0
Kinston 0-0 5.06 2 2 0 0 0 5.1 5 3 3 0 0 5 6 1 0
2010 Kinston 1-3 2.39 10 10 0 0 0 37.2 28 11 10 2 0 29 45 2 0
Akron 2-2 4.50 19 7 0 0 1 48.0 44 27 24 5 1 34 44 7 0
2011 Akron 2-1 1.59 12 0 0 0 0 22.2 14 4 4 0 0 7 24 1 0
Columbus 4-3 3.35 34 0 0 0 4 48.1 42 27 18 5 0 15 53 1 2
CLEVELAND 1-0 4.09 9 0 0 0 0 11.0 4 6 5 0 1 6 11 2 0
2012 Columbus 0-0 0.00 5 0 0 0 0 7.1 4 0 0 0 0 1 7 0 0
CLEVELAND 1-0 6.39 27 0 0 0 1 25.1 26 18 18 4 0 15 26 2 0
2013 Columbus 2-3 2.51 27 0 0 0 7 32.1 24 9 9 1 0 17 46 0 0
CLEVELAND 0-1 5.46 36 0 0 0 0 31.1 24 21 19 4 0 21 30 3 0
2014 Columbus 3-4 3.77 23 0 0 0 1 28.2 26 16 12 5 1 12 41 1 0
CLEVELAND 1-0 2.70 35 0 0 0 0 23.1 18 7 7 3 0 6 27 0 0
2015 CLEVELAND 0-1 4.28 36 0 0 0 0 27.1 30 16 13 3 0 12 28 2 0
Mahoning Valley # 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 15-21 2.84 161 47 0 0 13 304.2 227 117 96 19 7 153 364 20 2
ML Totals 3-2 4.72 143 0 0 0 1 118.1 102 68 62 14 1 60 122 9 0

DEAN KIEKHEFER (45)


POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 27, turns 28 June 7 BORN: 6-7-89 in Louisville, KY
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 175
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 84 days
ACQUIRED: Claimed off waivers from St. Louis on Nov. 4, 2016
2016: Split season between AAA Memphis and St. Louis, joining Major League club for
five stintsmade Major League debut on May 14 at Los Angeles-NL (1.2 IP, 4 K, HR)
career high 2.0 IP May 24 vs. Chicago-NLdid not surrender a home run in last 18 MLB
appearances (13.0 IP)20 of his 26 outings were scorelesshad 12.1 scoreless innings
to start season (4/8-5/6)his 6 wins at Memphis were T2nd among PCL relievers.
PERSONAL: Dean Allen Kiekhefer (pronounced KEE-keff-ur)resides in LaGrange, KY
attended Oldham County (KY) High Schoolwas drafted in 37th round of 2007 MLB
First-Year Player Draft by Cleveland, but did not sign...played college baseball at the
University of Louisville...started opening game of the 2009 Fullerton NCAA Super Regional
against #3 Cal State-Fullerton in 2009, but took the loss...pitched for Wareham Gateman
in Cape Cod League and earned Francis Tripp Award in 2009 for positive impact to the
organization on and off the fieldselected by St. Louis in 36th round of 2010 MLB First-
Year Player Draft.
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2010: Made 15 appearances and his first pro season at R Johnson City and A Quad
Cities...made one start on Aug. 10 at Peoria (1.0 IP)struck out season-high five at
Bowling Green (7/21) in 2.0 inningsheld left-handed batters to a .148 (8x54) batting
average2011: Appeared in 34 games at A Peoriaheld left-handed hitters to a .141
(9x64) batting average with no extra base hitsstranded 19-of-20 inherited runners
was 8-for-8 in save opportunitiesranked T6th among Cardinals minor leaguers in saves

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(8)...topped Midwest League postseason leaders with four saves and five appearances
had 2nd-best batting average allowed among MWL relievers (.179) and 2nd-lowest
baserunners/9 IP (8.05)2012: Spent season at A Palm Beach, making team-high 46
relief appearances, T5th in Florida State Leagueled team with 14 saves, T7th in FSL
and T4th among Cardinals minor league pitchersled FSL relievers with an 0.45 walks/9
IP ratio and T4th with 35 games finished2013: Began season in AA Springfield, but
spent time with A Palm Beach (25 G) before returning to Springfieldcombined to go 4-5
with 3.43 ERA (23 ER, 60.1 IP) in 36 appearances9th among Cardinals minor league
relievers with seven savesheld left-handed batters at Springfield to a .136 BA (3x22)
with no extra base hitsplayed for Salt River in Arizona Fall League and made nine relief
appearances2014: Began season at AA Springfield before May 15 promotion to AAA
Memphiscombined to go 2-5 with a 2.90 ERA in 55 appearances...led St. Louis minor
leaguers with 55 appearances (T17th in minors) and a 10.33 strikeout to walk ratio7th
among St. Louis minor leaguers with a 1.01 walks+hits/9 IP (WHIP)led Memphis with 10
holdswas 7-for-8 in save opportunities for Springfieldhad 12 consecutive scoreless
appearances 5/22-6/18 for Memphis covering 19.2 IP2015: Spent season with AAA
Memphis, making 49 relief appearances and one startled Memphis and ranked T10th
in PCL with 50 appearancesnamed to PCL Mid-Season All-Star teamled Memphis
relievers in inningsmade nine relief appearances for Surprise in AFL, going 1-1 with
2.93 ERA in 15.1 innings with 14 strikeoutsled AFL in WHIP (0.78) and T7th in saves.
KIEKHEFER's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2010 Johnson City 0-1 6.75 1 0 0 0 0 2.2 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 1 0
Quad Cities 0-0 5.14 14 1 0 0 1 28.0 30 17 16 3 2 9 29 2 0
2011 Quad Cities 4-1 1.26 34 0 0 0 8 57.0 35 8 8 1 4 12 46 0 0
2012 Palm Beach 2-2 2.24 46 0 0 0 14 60.1 61 23 15 3 1 4 41 1 0
2013 Palm Beach 4-3 3.27 25 0 0 0 7 44.0 48 18 16 1 1 8 28 0 0
Springfield 0-2 3.86 11 0 0 0 0 16.1 20 9 7 1 0 1 10 0 0
2014 Springfield 0-2 4.40 15 0 0 0 7 14.1 18 10 7 2 0 1 10 0 1
Memphis 2-3 2.54 40 0 0 0 1 56.2 48 17 16 7 3 5 52 5 0
2015 Memphis 2-1 2.41 50 1 0 0 2 59.2 68 21 16 5 0 7 37 0 0
2016 Memphis 6-1 2.08 29 0 0 0 2 34.2 32 8 8 2 0 8 20 0 0
ST. LOUIS 0-0 5.32 26 0 0 0 0 22.0 24 13 13 2 2 7 14 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 20-16 2.67 265 2 0 0 42 373.2 362 133 111 25 11 55 275 9 1
ML Totals 0-0 5.32 26 0 0 0 0 22.0 24 13 13 2 2 7 14 0 0

MARCUS LITTLEWOOD (72)


POSITION: Catcher
AGE: 24, turns 25 March 18 BORN: 3-18-92 in Salt Lake City, UT
BATS: Switch THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 194
ML SERVICE: None
ACQUIRED: Mariners 2nd round selection in 2010 MLB First-Year Player Draft; signed by
Mariners scout Chris Pelekoudas
2016: Spent majority of season with AA Jackson, but appeared in 8 games with AAA Tacoma
after promotion on Aug. 16overall hit .280 (60x214) with 29 runs, 21 doubles and 24
RBI in 64 games between Jackson and Tacomapromoted to Tacoma on Aug. 16hit
.307 (59x192) with 28 runs, 21 doubles and 23 RBI in 56 games, April 9-Aug. 15reached
base safely in 17 consecutive games, July 22-Aug. 15 (.362/21x58, 13 BB)reached
base safely in 24 of 26 games at home, including final 22 games, May 5-Aug. 15his 22
consecutive on base streak at home was T4th-longest in Southern League and longest by
Jackson playerhit .326 (28x86) with 13 runs, 10 doubles and 7 RBI in 26 home games.
PERSONAL: Marcus Chase Littlewoodgraduated from Pine View (UT) High School in
June, 2010the earliest position player taken in MLB draft history from the state of
Utahnamed Utahs high school player of the year in 2010 (.538. 10 2B, 8 HR, 27 RBI).

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2010: Participated in Mariners Instructional League2011: Began season with A Clinton,
before transfer to Short-A Everett on May 9participated in Mariners Instructional
League converting from shortstop to catcher2012: Spent season with Everettseason-
high 9-game hit streak, Aug. 19-29 (.387/12x31, 6 R, 3 2B, HR, 9 RBI)participated in
Mariners Instructional League2013: Appeared in 60 games with Clintonthrew out
42.6 percent of attempted basestealers (23 CS/54 ATT)on disabled list April 4-15 with
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sprained left foot and May 9-17 with a back strainparticipated in Mariners Instructional
League2014: Began season with Clintonhit 3rd career grand slam to tie game 17-17
with 1 out in bottom of 9th inning as Clinton erased 16-run deficit to defeat Burlington 20-
17 on May 7season-high 14-game hit streak, July 17-Aug. 7 (.377/20x53)promoted
to High Desert on Aug. 182015: Spent season with A Bakersfield and AA Jackson
combined to hit .217 (54x249) with 27 runs, 12 doubles, 9 home runs and 29 RBI in 74
runsbegan season with Bakersfield before transfer to Jackson on May 11.

LITTLEWOOD's PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2011 Clinton .158 27 95 7 15 20 0 1 1 6 0 1 0 10 23 0 1 .211 .236
Everett .206 62 233 45 48 87 13 1 8 30 0 0 1 45 81 3 3 .373 .337
2012 Everett .262 62 214 36 56 93 10 0 9 37 0 0 1 44 72 2 2 .435 .390
2013 Clinton .230 60 213 32 49 78 18 1 3 18 2 1 0 40 58 1 0 .366 .350
2014 Clinton .250 77 292 42 73 115 14 2 8 43 0 3 2 40 58 4 1 .394 .341
High Desert .212 9 33 4 7 13 3 0 1 5 0 0 0 3 8 1 0 .394 .278
2015 Bakersfield .167 16 54 6 9 17 2 0 2 4 0 1 0 12 18 2 0 .315 .313
Jackson .231 58 195 21 45 76 10 0 7 25 1 3 0 22 41 1 2 .390 .305
2016 Jackson .307 56 192 28 59 80 21 0 0 23 0 1 0 32 41 2 0 .417 .404
Tacoma .045 8 22 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 7 0 0 .045 .160
Minor Lg Totals .235 435 1543 222 362 580 91 5 39 192 4 10 4 251 407 16 9 .376 .341

JEAN MACHI (64)


POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 35 BORN: 2-1-82 in El Tigre, Venezuela
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 235
ML SERVICE: 2 years, 154 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent on Jan. 22, 2017
2016: Began season with AAA Iowa in Chicago-NL organization, going 2-1 with 1 save and
a 3.68 ERA (12 ER, 29.1 IP) with 26 strikeouts in 20 gamesdid not issue more than 1
walk in each of his 20 outings, including 11 appearances with 0 free passesreleased by
Chicago-NL on June 9signed by San Francisco on June 17in 28 appearances with
AAA Sacramento, was 2-2 with 12 saves and 3.62 ERA (13 ER, 32.1 IP) with 27 strikeouts.
PERSONAL: Jean Manuel Machi (pronounced ma-CHEE)resides in Carabobo, Venezuela
with wife, Yaniret, and children, Jean Mary and Jean Marcosoriginally signed by
Philadelphia as a non-drafted free agent in February 2000signed by Phillies scout
Jesus Mendez.
2000: Was 2-2 with 4.13 ERA (11 ER, 24.0 IP) in 11 games with VSL Phillies2001: Went 8-3
with 2.86 ERA (18 ER, 56.2 IP) in 14 games with VSL Phillies2002: Combined 4-0 with
0.70 ERA (3 ER, 38.2 IP) between VSL Phillies and GCL Phillies2003: With A Batavia
was 2-4 with 4.78 ERA (17 ER, 32.0 IP) in 8 starts2004: With VSL Phillies was 2-2 with
2.18 ERA (10 ER, 41.1 IP) in nine games2005: Selected by Tampa Bay in Rule 5 Draft
with A Visalia, went 3-11 with 6.03 ERA (65 ER, 97.0 IP), three saves and 106 strikeouts
in 31 games (14 starts)2006: Was 6-1 with 2.64 ERA (21 ER, 71.2 IP) in 49 relief outings
with AA Montgomeryplayed for Magallanes in Venezuelan Winter League2007: Went
2-4 with 3.53 ERA (32 ER, 81.2 IP) in 48 games with AA New Hampshireappeared in 15
games for Magallanes in VWL2008: With AA New Hampshire, was 2-6 with 4.65 ERA (36
ER, 69.2 IP) in 21 games (nine starts)on 7-day disabled list April 25-June 20 with a right
elbow strain...played for Magallanes in VWL2009: Split season between AA Altoona
and AAA Indianapolis, going 3-4 with 12 saves and a 2.79 ERA (12 ER, 51.2 IP) in 41
gameson Altoonas 7-day disabled list May 28-June 28 with right shoulder tendinitis
played for Magallanes in VWLsigned with Pittsburgh as a free agent on February
132010: Spent season with AAA Indianapolis, going 5-5 with a 3.92 ERA (26 ER, 59.2
IP) with 58 strikeoutsplayed for Magallanes in VWL2011: Spent majority of season
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with Diablos Rojos del Mexico of Mexican League on loan from San Franciscowent
3-1 with a 2.30 ERA (14 ER, 54.2 IP) in 48 relief appearancesplayed for Magallanes in
VWL, going 4-2 with a 1.47 ERA (5 ER, 30.2 IP) in 28 gamessigned as minor league free
agent with San Francisco on Feb. 92012: Selected to Majors by San Francisco Sept. 1
from AAA FresnoMLB debut on Sept. 3had 6.75 ERA (5 ER, 6.2 IP) in 8 games with
San Franciscowith AAA Fresno, was 2-1 with 3.97 ERA (25 ER, 56.2 IP) and 15 saves

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in 53 gamesappeared in 16 games for Magallanes in VWL2013: Went 3-1 with a 2.38
ERA (14 ER, 53.0 IP) with 51 strikeouts in 51 relief appearances with San Franciscohad
5 stints in the Majorswent 3-1 with a 0.98 ERA (2 ER, 18.1 IP) with Fresnofirst MLB
win on April 29 at Arizonahad a 1.07 ERA (3 ER, 25.1 IP) after All-Star breakappeared
in 17 games for Magallanes in VWL2014: Went 7-1 with a 2.58 ERA (19 ER, 66.1 IP) in
a team-high 71 relief appearanceshis 7 relief wins ranked 5th among NL relievers and
11th with 0.95 WHIPmade seven postseason appearances2015: Began season with
San Francisco, appearing in 33 gamesdesignated for assignment, July 20...claimed off
waivers by Boston, and appeared in 26 gameswas 2-0 with 4 saves and 5.12 ERA (33
ER, 58.0 IP) in 59 total gameson 15-day disabled list, June 2-23, with a strained left
groinplayed for Magallanes in VWLoutrighted to minors and declared a free agent,
Nov. 6...signed a minor league contract with Chicago-NL on Dec. 29.
MACHI's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2002 GCL Phillies 2-0 1.00 10 2 0 0 1 27.0 11 4 3 0 1 16 22 2 0
2003 Batavia 2-4 4.78 8 8 0 0 0 32.0 30 21 17 1 7 13 19 2 0
2004 DID NOT PLAY
2005 Visalia 3-11 6.03 31 14 0 0 3 97.0 113 76 65 8 10 58 106 16 1
Montgomery 0-0 54.00 1 0 0 0 0 0.2 4 4 4 1 0 1 0 0 0
2006 Montgomery 6-1 2.64 49 0 0 0 16 71.2 68 25 21 2 4 37 68 6 0
2007 NewHampshire 2-4 3.53 48 0 0 0 2 81.2 68 35 32 8 3 24 56 5 2
2008 NewHampshire 2-6 4.65 21 9 0 0 1 69.2 74 37 36 3 3 40 51 1 0
2009 Altoona 2-3 2.08 28 0 0 0 6 34.2 28 12 8 2 0 13 25 5 0
Indianapolis 1-1 2.12 13 0 0 0 6 17.0 8 4 4 1 0 6 12 0 0
2010 Indianapolis 5-5 3.92 58 0 0 0 23 59.2 51 29 26 6 2 32 58 5 0
2011 Fresno 1-1 9.00 3 0 0 0 0 4.0 5 4 4 0 0 0 6 0 0
2012 Fresno 2-1 3.97 53 0 0 0 15 56.2 67 29 25 7 3 17 44 0 0
2012 SAN FRANCISCO 0-0 6.75 8 0 0 0 0 6.2 7 5 5 2 0 1 4 0 0
2013 Fresno 3-1 0.98 16 0 0 0 2 18.1 13 4 2 0 1 3 19 2 0
2013 SAN FRANCISCO 3-1 2.38 51 0 0 0 0 53.0 46 15 14 2 0 12 51 2 0
2014 SAN FRANCISCO 7-1 2.58 71 0 0 0 2 66.1 45 19 19 5 1 18 51 5 1
2015 SAN FRANCISCO 1-0 5.14 33 0 0 0 0 35.0 38 21 20 3 1 14 22 1 0
Sacramento 1-0 0.00 4 0 0 0 0 5.0 3 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 0
BOSTON 1-0 5.09 26 0 0 0 4 23.0 21 14 13 5 0 8 20 2 0
2016 Iowa 2-1 3.68 20 0 0 0 1 29.1 29 13 12 5 1 9 26 1 0
Sacramento 2-2 3.62 28 0 0 0 12 32.1 30 17 13 4 3 8 27 0 1
Minor Lg Totals 36-41 3.85 391 33 0 0 88 636.2 602 314 272 48 38 278 545 45 4
AL Totals 1-0 5.09 26 0 0 0 4 23.0 21 14 13 5 0 8 20 2 0
NL Totals 11-2 3.24 163 0 0 0 2 161.0 136 60 58 12 2 45 128 8 1
ML Totals 12-2 3.47 189 0 0 0 6 184.0 157 74 71 17 2 53 148 10 1

TYLER MARLETTE (73)


POSITION: Catcher
AGE: 24 BORN: 1-23-93 in Oviedo, FL
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 195
ML SERVICE: None
ACQUIRED: Mariners 5th round selection in the 2011 MLB First-Year Player draft; signed
by Mariners scout Rob Mummau
2016: Hit .277 (104x376) with 46 runs, 23 doubles, 1 triple, 15 home runs, 59 RBI, 33 walks
and 6 stolen bases in 98 games between High-A Bakersfield (April 7-Aug. 15) and AA
Jackson (Aug. 16-end of season) recorded 4 multi-home run games: May 18 at High
Desert, May 23 at Lake Elsinore, June 3 at Stockton and July 15 vs. Modestohad one
prior career multi-HR game on April 12 vs. Rancho Cucamongacareer-high 6 RBI on
May 18 at High Desert (2x5, 2 R, 2 HR, 6 RBI)California League Player of the Week, July
4-10 (.607/17x28, 8 R, 6 2B, HR, 8 RBI, 2 BB, SB)first career AA home run in final game
of season on Sept. 4 vs. Chattanoogaon Peoria Javelinas Arizona Fall League Roster.
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PERSONAL: Tyler Christian Marlettegraduated from Hagerty High School (FL)named
to All-Central Florida first team in 2011Most Valuable Player in 2010 Aflac All-American
gamerated by Baseball America as 72nd-best prospect heading into 2011 draft.
2011: Began pro career, appearing in 12 games with Pulaskiparticipated in Mariners
Instructional League2012: Spent majority of season with Pulaskiappeared in 2 games
with Everett (Aug. 29-Sept. 1)participated in Mariners Instructional League2013: With
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A Clinton threw out 37.8% of attempted base stealers (28 CS, 74 ATT), 3rd among catchers
in Midwest Leagueseason-high 15-game hit streak July 20-Aug. 16 (.390/23x59, 10 R,
5 2B, 3B, 4 RBI)participated in Mariners Instructional League2014: Spent majority of
season with High Desertalso appeared in 9 games with Jackson (8/18-31)recorded
hit in 59 of 81 gamesseason-high 4 hits on June 14 vs. Lake Elsinoreseason-high 4
RBI on Aug. 13 at Lancaster2015: Split season between High-A Bakersfield and AA
Jackson, hitting .239 (78x326) with 32 runs, 18 doubles, 2 triples, 8 home runs and 32
RBIbegan season with Bakersfield, April 9-June 3.

MARLETTE's PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2011 Pulaski .156 12 45 4 7 9 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 .200 .156
2012 Pulaski .284 56 208 23 59 88 14 0 5 23 0 0 0 6 46 3 1 .423 .304
Everett .400 2 5 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 .600 .400
2013 Clinton .304 75 270 36 82 121 17 2 6 37 0 0 3 24 53 10 4 .448 .367
2014 HighDesert .301 81 312 51 94 162 23 0 15 49 0 2 1 24 61 9 2 .519 .351
Jackson .250 9 32 3 8 16 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 4 10 0 1 .500 .333
2015 Bakersfield .216 39 148 17 32 54 5 1 5 20 0 0 2 12 35 2 1 .365 .284
Jackson .258 50 178 15 46 70 13 1 3 12 0 0 0 10 31 0 0 .393 .298
2016 Bakersfield .273 83 326 42 89 154 21 1 14 53 0 1 1 30 82 5 3 .472 .335
Jackson .300 15 50 4 15 20 2 0 1 6 0 1 0 3 11 1 0 .400 .333
Minor Lg Totals .276 422 1574 195 434 697 100 5 51 204 0 4 7 113 343 30 13 .443 .326

CODY MARTIN (57)


POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 27, turns 28 September 4 BORN: 9-4-89 in Dos Palos, CA
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 230
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 115 days
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017
ACQUIRED: Claimed off waivers from Oakland on Oct. 19, 2015
2016: Was 1-2 with 3.86 ERA (11 ER, 25.2 IP) with 15 strikeouts in 9 appearances, with 2
starts for Seattlewin #1 in Mariners debut, June 2 at SD (1.0 IP, 1 H)had four stints
with Seattle: June 2-4, July 30-Aug. 7, Aug. 16-22 & Sept. 12-end of season)was 10-7
with 3.62 ERA (46 ER, 114.1 IP) in 25 games including 20 starts for AAA Tacomawas
2-3 with a 2.42 ERA (6 ER, 22.1 IP) with 17 strikeouts in 11 relief appearancesas a
starter, was 9-6 with a 3.97 ERA (51 ER, 115.2 IP) with 111 strikeouts in 22 starts.
PERSONAL: Cody Matthew Martinresides in Dos Palos, Califgraduated from Dos Palos
High Schoolattended Gonzaga University (Wash.) from 2008-11first team All-WCC
and Baseball America First Team All-America at Gonzaga while going 2-1 with 12 saves
and a 0.86 ERA during 2011 season, best ERA in nationsigned by scout Brett Evert.
2011: Named Atlantas 19th-best prospect entering season by Baseball America, and top
slider among Braves farmhandsbegan career at R-Danville before move to A Rome
July 14combined to go 1-0 with 1.08 ERA and nine saves in 22 games with Danville
and Romefirst pro win on Aug. 18 at Asheville2012: Ranked by Baseball America
as Braves 13th-best prospect entering seasonhad 12 wins, T2nd-most in Atlanta
system2013: Entered season as 11th-best prospect in Atlanta organization, according
to Baseball America, which listed his slider as best in Atlanta farm systemwas 6-7 with
3.16 ERA (48 ER, 136.2 IP) in 29 games between Mississippi and Gwinnettled Atlanta
farmhands and set career high with 137 strikeoutsGwinnetts Pitcher of the Month in
June after going 3-0 with 1.69 ERA (7 ER, 37.1 IP) in six startshad 2.95 ERA (40 ER,
122.0 IP) in 22 starts and a 4.41 ERA (8 ER, 16.1 IP) in seven relief games2014: With
AAA Gwinnett, was 7-8 with 3.52 ERA (61 ER, 156.0 IP) in 27 games (26 starts)ranked
among IL leaders in strikeouts (3rd, 142), K/9.0 IP ratio for starters (5th, 8.12 SO/9.0 IP),
starts (T5th, 26), innings (6th, 156.0) and ERA (6th, 3.52)led Gwinnett in wins (T1st),
ERA, starts, quality starts, complete games (1), innings and strikeoutsGwinnett Braves
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Most Outstanding Pitcherentered season as Atlantas 29th-best prospect as rated by
Baseball America, which also rated his slider as best in system2015: Was 2-5 with 7.92
ERA in 25 games, including two starts, with Atlanta and OaklandMLB debut with Atlanta
April 7 at Miami (2.0 ShO IP, 4 K)on Braves Opening Day rosterwent 2-3 with 5.40 ERA
in 21 games over two stints with Atlantatraded to Oakland July 2 for international bonus
slot 53 and went 0-2 with a 14.00 ERA in four games, including two starts, in two stints in

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Septemberwent 1-3 with 2.10 ERA in seven games (6 GS), with AAA Gwinnett and 4-4
with 5.10 ERA in 11 starts with AAA Nashville.
MARTIN's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2011 Danville 0-0 0.00 8 0 0 0 3 9.0 2 0 0 0 0 1 14 0 0
Rome 1-0 1.48 14 0 0 0 6 24.1 18 7 4 2 1 4 35 1 0
2012 Lynchburg 12-7 2.93 22 19 1 1 0 107.1 93 49 35 7 7 34 123 1 0
2013 Mississippi 3-3 2.82 16 11 0 0 0 67.0 63 23 21 3 0 27 71 2 1
Gwinnett 3-4 3.49 13 11 1 0 1 69.2 59 30 27 6 2 31 66 2 0
2014 Gwinnett 7-8 3.52 27 26 1 0 1 156.0 151 66 61 17 7 56 142 0 0
2015 ATLANTA 2-3 5.40 21 0 0 0 0 21.2 24 13 13 4 1 7 24 1 0
Gwinnett 1-3 2.10 7 6 0 0 1 34.1 24 11 8 2 1 9 33 1 0
Nashville 4-4 5.10 11 11 0 0 0 60.0 59 36 34 6 3 31 58 5 0
OAKLAND 0-2 14.00 4 2 0 0 0 9.0 16 14 14 4 1 5 3 1 0
2016 Tacoma 10-7 3.62 25 20 0 0 0 114.1 106 48 46 6 5 33 114 4 0
SEATTLE 1-2 3.86 9 2 0 0 0 25.2 28 11 11 5 1 9 15 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 41-36 3.31 143 104 3 1 12 642.0 575 270 236 49 26 226 656 16 1
AL Totals 1-4 6.49 13 4 0 0 0 34.2 44 25 25 9 2 14 18 1 0
NL Totals 2-3 5.40 21 0 0 0 0 21.2 24 13 13 4 1 7 24 1 0
ML Totals 3-7 6.07 34 4 0 0 0 56.1 68 38 38 13 3 21 42 2 0

ANDREW MOORE (74)


POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 22, turns 23 on June 2 BORN: 6-2-94 in Springfield, OR
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 195
ML SERVICE: None
ACQUIRED: Mariners 2nd round (compensation) selection in 2015 MLB First-Year Player
Draft; signed by Mariners scout Jeff Sakamoto
2016: Went 12-4 with 2.65 ERA (48 ER, 163.0 IP) in 29 starts between High-A Bakersfield
(4/2-5/23) and AA Jackson (5/24-end)limited opponents to .247 (148x600) average
received Jamie Moyer Minor League Pitcher of the Year Award by the Seattle Mariners
led Mariners farmhands in ERA (2.65), 3rd in innings (163.0 IP), T3rd in wins (12) and 5th
in strikeouts (133)allowed 3 runs or less in 25 of his 28 startsstruck out season-high
9 on May 3 at Rancho CucamongaCalifornia League Pitcher of the Week, April 18-
24 (7.0,0,0,0,1,3)promoted to Jackson on May 24among Southern League leaders,
ranked T8th in wins (9) and T18th in innings (108.1)AA debut on May 25 at Montgomery
(ND-3.0 IP, 3 ER)first career shutout Aug. 2 at Montgomeryled Jackson to Southern
League Championship, going 0-0 with 1.20 ERA (2 ER, 15.0 IP) in 2 starts during
playoffsno decision in 3-0 10.0-inning win in game 1 of North Division finals (9.0 IP, 8 K).
PERSONAL: Andrew George Mooregraduated from North Eugene (OR) High School in
2012named the Oregon High School Pitcher of the Year as a sophomore and Junior,
and the 5A State Player of the Year as a seniorplayed 3 seasons at Oregon State
University, 2013-15named a first-team All-Pac-12 selection as a junior in 2015.
2015: Began pro career with Short-A Everettwent 0-1 with a 2.05 ERA (5 ER, 22.0 IP) in 8
starts, compared to 1-0 with 2.12 ERA (4 ER, 17.0 IP) in 6 relief gamesstruck out 5 over
3.0 hitless innings in pro debut on June 22 vs. Eugenefirst career win on July 23 vs.
Spokane in relief (3.0,2,1,0,0,2)issued only 2 walks in 39.0 inningswent 1-0 with 1.88
ERA (5 ER, 24.0 IP) in final 8 games, 4 starts of the season, July 23-Sept. 1, including not
allowing a run over a season-high 12.0 scoreless innings over final 3 games, 2 starts, Aug.
21-Sept. 1...named Mariners #8 prospect by Baseball America entering 2016 season.
MOORE's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2015 Everett 1-1 2.08 14 8 0 0 0 39.0 37 12 9 2 1 2 43 1 0
2016 Bakersfield 3-1 1.65 9 9 0 0 0 54.2 36 14 10 2 0 13 47 1 1
Jackson 9-3 3.16 19 19 1 1 0 108.1 112 41 38 9 1 18 86 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 13-5 2.54 42 36 1 1 0 202.0 185 67 57 13 2 33 176 2 1
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TYLER O'NEILL (70)
POSITION: Outfielder
AGE: 21, turns 22 June 22 BORN: 6-22-95 in Burnaby, BC, Canada
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 205
ML SERVICE: None
ACQUIRED: Mariners 3rd round selection in 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft; signed by
Mariners scout Wayne Norton.
2016: Hit .293 (144x492) with 68 runs, 26 doubles, 4 triples, 24 home runs and 102 RBI in
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130 games with AA Jacksoncareer-high with 102 RBI, leading Mariners farmhands
among Southern League leaders he led in RBI (102), slugging (.508), OPS (.882), extra-
base hits (54), total bases (256) and intentional walks (4)ranked 2nd in home runs (24),
AB/HR (20.50) and on-base percentage (.374), 4th in average (.293), 5th in hits (144),
walks (62), 6th in at-bats (492), T6th in doubles (26) and 8th in runs (68) and games (130)
Southern League Player of the Year by Baseball America and named to Baseball America
Minor League All-Star Team1 of 4 finalists for USA Todays Minor Player of the Year and
1 of 10 players nominated by MiLB for Offensive Player of the YearSouthern League
Postseason All-Star Team and Southern League Most Valuable PlayerSouthern League
Player of the Month for May (.349/38x109, 17 R, 13 2B, 3B, 4 HR, 25 RBI)Southern
League Player of the Week, May 23-29Southern League All-Starrepresented Team
World (Canada) in Futures Gamedrove in all 8 runs, including 2-out walk-off slam in
8-4 win over Pensacola on June 81 of 6 minor leaguers in 2016 to drive in 8+ runs in
gamereached base in first 28 games of season, 4th-longest on-base streak in Southern
League that season, April 7-May 10 (.336/37x110)had hitting streaks of: 10 G (July
22-Aug. 2, June 13-24, April 7-18), 14 G April 23-May 1014-game hit streak, April 23-
May 10; T6th-longest in Southern Leaguehit .306 (114x372) with 20 doubles, 3 triples,
20 home runs, 88 RBI and 40 walks vs. right-handershit .323 (80x248) with runners on
basehit .448 (13x29) with 7 runs, 2 doubles, 3 home runs, 9 RBI in 7 postseason games
to lead Jackson to Southern League Championshipnamed Championship Series MVP
(.429/6x14, 3 R, 2 2B, 3 RBI in 3 G)on Peoria Javelinas Arizona Fall League Roster.
PERSONAL: Tyler Alan ONeillgraduated from Garibaldi Secondary School in June,
2013 named 2013 Rawlings 3rd Team All-America and First Team All-Region (Canada/
Puerto Rico Region)played for Langley Blaze in 2012 and 2013played for Canadian
Junior National Team in 2012member of Team British Columbia that played in 2012
Canada Cup Tournament in London, Ontario, Canada where he was MVP in the Gold
Medal gamehis father, Terry, is a former Mr. Canada.
2013: Began pro career in Arizona Leaguefirst career home run on July 10 vs. AZL
Brewersparticipated in Mariners Instructional League2014: Limited to 57 games with
Clintonon disabled list from May 12-July 31 after fracturing 5th metacarpal on right
handrehab stints with AZL Mariners (1 G) and Everett (3 G) from July 31-Aug. 32015:
Appeared in 106 games with A Bakersfieldmember of Team Canada who won gold
medal in Pan Am Gameswas 1 of 7 players to hit 30+ home runs in minors, finishing
T2nd with 323rd with 12.72 at-bats per home runCalifornia League Post-Season
All-Star Teamnamed by Baseball America as #19 prospect in Cal League following
seasonled California League in home runs (32), HR/AB (1/12.72) and T1st in intentional
walks (3), 6th in RBI (87), 8th in OPS (.874), T8th in extra-base hits (55), 11th in total
bases (227)led Mariners minor leaguers with 87 RBIplayed for Peoria in Arizona Fall
League...named Mariners #4 prospect by Baseball America heading into 2016 season.

O'NEILL's PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2013 AZL Mariners .310 28 100 12 31 45 5 3 1 15 0 0 4 12 27 2 4 .450 .405
2014 Clinton .247 57 219 31 54 102 9 0 13 38 0 1 5 20 79 5 0 .466 .322
AZL Mariners .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .000
Everett .400 3 10 2 4 6 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 .600 .455
2015 Bakersfield .260 106 407 68 106 227 21 2 32 87 0 6 7 29 137 16 5 .558 .316
2016 Jackson .293 130 492 68 144 250 26 4 24 102 0 12 9 62 150 12 2 .508 .374
Minor Lg Totals .276 325 1230 181 339 630 63 9 70 244 0 19 25 124 399 35 11 .512 .349

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MICAH OWINGS (35)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 34, turns 35 Sept. 28 BORN: 9/28/82 in Gainesville, GA
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-5 WEIGHT: 220
ML SERVICE: 5 years, 35 days
ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Oct. 24, 2016
2016: Appeared in 23 games, including 19 starts for the York Revolution in the Independent
Atlantic Leaguehe was 7-6 with a 4.30 ERA (51 ER, 106.2 IP) with 81 strikeouts.

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PERSONAL: Micah Burton Owingsgraduated from Gainesville (GA) High School in 2002
also attended Forsyth Central High School, transferring after sophomore yearplayed at
Georgia Tech University and then Tulane, transferring for his junior seasonnamed ACC
Rookie of the Year in 2003 and Conference USA Player of the Year in 2005pitched and
played first base for the Team USA club that won silver medal in 2003 Pan Am Games.
originally selected by Arizona in 3rd round of 2005 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
2005: Pro debut with High-A Lancaster and went 1-1 with 2.45 ERA in 16 relief games2006:
Arizona Minor League Pitcher of Year after going 16-2 with 3.33 ERA (60 ER, 162.0 IP) in
27 starts between AA Tennessee and AAA Tucsonled organization in wins, T1st with
130 strikeouts, 8th in ERA2007: Was 8-8 with 4.30 ERA in 29 games (27 starts) during
rookie seasonwon National League Silver Slugger Awardled NL pitchers with four
home runs and 15 RBIamong rookie pitchers was 5th in quality starts (14) and 5th in
strikeouts (106) and innings (152.2)won MLB debut on April 6 at Washington (5.0 ShO
IP, 6 K)on disabled list April 20-May 3 with right hamstring strainfirst career complete
game May 24 vs. Astrosfirst MLB home run off Byung-Hyun Kim, July 26 vs. Florida
Arizona single-game records for pitchers with four hits, two home runs, six RBI and four
runs on Aug. 18 at Atlanta; first pitcher in 50 seasons to collect 11 total bases2008:
Split season between Arizona and Cincinnati organizationssent to Cincinnati as PTBNL
on Sept. 12 (Adam Dunn trade)drove in 3 runs, including two game-winning hits in four
pinch-hit appearances2009: Made 26 appearances (19 starts) for Cincinnaticareer-
high 5.2 innings of relief in 16.0-inning, 6-5 loss at San Diego on May 16on DL July
27-Aug. 19 with right shoulder injury2010: Split season between Cincinnati and AAA
Louisvilleopened season with Cincinnati before being optioned on July 21DFA'd on
Aug. 16accepted outright to Louisville2011: Made 33 appearances (four starts) with
Arizonacareer-high eight-game win streak by winning all eight decisionswent 3-0 as
starter and 5-0 out of bullpenwin in Game 4 of NLDS vs. Milwaukee (2.0 ShO IP)2012:
Appeared in 6 games before being placed on 15-day DL with strained right forearm,
before being transferred to 60-day DL May 8-end of season2013: Made 8 appearances
with AZL Brewers and AA Huntsvillebegan season in Washington organization before
release on June 30spent time on minor league DL with both organizations2014:
Made two appearances with Jacksonville in Miami organization before being placed on
minor league disabled list June 10-end of season2015: Did not play organized baseball.
OWINGS' PITCHING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2005 Lancaster 1-1 2.45 16 0 0 0 0 22.0 17 6 6 0 0 4 30 0 0
2006 Tennessee 6-2 2.91 12 12 0 0 0 74.1 66 24 24 4 6 17 69 2 0
Tucson 10-0 3.70 15 15 1 0 0 87.2 96 40 36 4 5 34 61 5 0
2007 ARIZONA 8-8 4.30 29 27 2 1 0 152.2 146 81 73 20 14 50 106 5 0
Tucson 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 4 0 0 0 0 1 7 0 0
2008 ARIZONA 6-9 5.93 22 18 0 0 0 104.2 104 73 69 14 12 41 87 4 0
Tucson 0-0 4.09 2 2 0 0 0 11.0 8 5 5 3 4 6 9 1 0
2009 CINCINNATI 7-12 5.34 26 19 0 0 1 119.2 126 75 71 18 6 64 68 1 0
Louisville 1-0 0.87 2 2 0 0 0 10.1 8 1 1 1 1 7 5 0 0
2010 CINCINNATI 3-2 5.40 22 0 0 0 0 33.1 28 20 20 3 3 25 35 1 1
Louisville 0-0 2.21 8 5 0 0 0 20.1 20 5 5 1 6 10 13 0 0
2011 Reno 3-1 4.85 7 7 0 0 0 39.0 41 23 21 5 2 9 27 0 0
ARIZONA 8-0 3.57 33 4 0 0 0 63.0 56 27 25 8 2 23 44 3 0
2012 SAN DIEGO 0-2 2.79 6 0 0 0 0 9.2 8 4 3 1 1 5 7 0 0
2013 AZL Brewers 1-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 3.0 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0
Huntsville 0-0 0.00 6 0 0 0 0 6.0 3 0 0 0 0 1 11 0 0
2014 Jacksonville 1-1 5.40 2 2 0 0 0 8.1 12 5 5 2 1 3 10 0 0
2015 DID NOT PLAY
2016 York 7-6 4.30 23 19 0 0 0 106.2 108 57 51 10 7 38 81 6 2
Minor Lg Totals 23-5 3.23 73 46 1 0 0 287.0 276 109 103 20 25 93 246 8 0
ML Totals 32-33 4.86 138 68 2 1 1 483.0 468 280 261 64 38 208 347 14 1

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OWINGS' HITTING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
Minors Lg Totals .274 165 340 44 93 154 23 4 10 50 4 2 4 16 119 2 0 .453 .312
ML Totals .283 183 205 27 58 103 14 2 9 35 3 2 1 8 72 0 0 .502 .310

MAX POVSE (76)


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POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher


AGE: 23, turns 24 Aug. 23 BORN: 8-23-93 in Raleigh, NC
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-8 WEIGHT: 220
ML SERVICE: None
ACQUIRED: In four-player trade with Atlanta along with Rob Whalen (rhp) in exchange for
Alex Jackson (of) and a player to be named later (Tyler Pike, lhp) on Nov. 28, 2016
2016: Went 9-6 with 3.36 ERA (59 ER, 158.0 IP) in 26 starts between High-A Carolina and
AA Mississippicombined to limit opponents to .250 (150x599) average, while striking
out a career-high 139began season with Carolina (4/9-7/8) and was named to Carolina
League All-Star team, going 5-5 with a 3.71 ERA (36 ER, 87.1 IP) in 15 startsafter
promotion to Mississippi on July 9, ranked 2nd in Southern League in innings (70.2) and
8th in WHIP (1.03)was 4-1 with 2.93 ERA (23 ER, 70.2 IP) in 11 starts with Mississippi.
PERSONAL: Max Povse (pronounced POVE-see)resides in Cary, NCplayed baseball at
the University of North Carolina - Greensboroselected by Atlanta in 3rd round of 2014
MLB First-Year Player Draft; signed by Atlanta scout Billy Best.
2014: With R-Danville had a 3.42 ERA (18 ER, 47.1 IP)in Top-10 among Atlanta starting
farmhands in average against (3rd, .235), WHIP (3rd, 1.12) and ERA (6th, 3.42)was
4-0 with a 2.33 ERA (7 ER, 27.0 IP) over final five starts2015: Split season between A
Rome and High-A Carolina, combining to go 5-5 with a 4.15 ERA (36 ER, 78.0 IP) over 17
startswent 4-2 with a 2.56 ERA (17 ER, 59.2 IP) in 12 starts with Rome, before promotion
to Carolina on June 25ended year in Top-10 among Atlanta starting farmhands in
opponents average (T5th) and WHIP (8th, 1.24)made five starts with Carolina before
being placed on disabled list on July 21-end of season with a right shoulder strainalso
on disabled list with Rome from April 23-May 8 with right shoulder tendinitis.
POVSE's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2014 Danville 4-2 3.42 12 11 0 0 0 47.1 42 19 18 1 2 11 37 2 0
2015 Rome 4-2 2.56 12 12 0 0 0 59.2 50 23 17 2 3 16 50 0 3
Carolina 1-3 9.33 5 5 0 0 0 18.1 24 20 19 0 3 7 10 3 0
2016 Carolina 5-5 3.71 15 15 0 0 0 87.1 89 44 36 5 2 17 91 3 4
Mississippi 4-1 2.93 11 11 0 0 0 70.2 61 25 23 4 6 12 48 6 0
Minor Lg Totals 18-13 3.59 55 54 0 0 0 283.1 266 131 113 12 16 63 236 14 7

TYLER SMITH (13)


POSITION: Infielder
AGE: 25, turns 26 July 1 BORN: 7-1-91 in Long Beach, CA
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 195
ML SERVICE: None
ACQUIRED: Mariners 8th round selection in 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft; signed by
Mariners scout Joe Ross
2016: Hit .268 (105x392) with 42 runs, 20 doubles, 5 home runs, 37 RBI in 114 games with
AAA Tacomahit .309 (38x123) with 9 doubles, 2 home runs, 10 RBI and 6 walks vs. left-
handed pitchers, compared to .249 (67x267) vs. rightiesrecorded 22 multi-hit contests,
including two season-high 4-hit games: July 31 vs. Albuquerque and Aug. 4 at El Paso...
first career AAA home run on May 3 vs. Salt Lakein 61 road games, hit .308 (69x224)
with 24 runs, 15 doubles, 1 home run and 17 RBIin 53 home games, hit .214 (36x168)
from July 31-Aug. 27, hit safely in 18 of 25 games with 10 multi-hit games, batting .347
(34x98) with 10 runs, 6 doubles, 1 home run, 15 RBI, 1 walks and 2 stolen bases.
PERSONAL: Tyler Douglas Smithgraduated from Thousand Oaks (CA) High School in
June, 2009graduated from Oregon State University in 2013.

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2013: Began pro career with PulaskiAppalachian League Player of the Yearled Mariners
farmhands with .320 average, 3rd in Appy League in average and 5th in on-base
percentage (.394)recorded hit in 40 of 52 games, including reaching base safely in 46
recorded 18 multi-hit games, including a season-high 5 hits on July 12 at Johnson City
season-high 9-game hit streak with 6 multi-hit games from July 29-August 4 (.457/16x35,
7 R, 7 2B, 3B, 8 RBI)participated in Mariners Instructional League2014: Began

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season with High Desertseason-high 12-game hit streak May 19-31 (.434/23x53, 11
R, 4 2B, HR, 4 RBI, 7 BB, 3 SB)recorded 39 multi-hit games, including a season-high
4 hits on June 12 vs. Lake Elsinorepromoted to Jackson on Aug. 11reached base
safely via a hit or walk in 18 of 20 games2015: With AA Jackson hit .271 (120x443)
with 40 runs, 24 doubles, 2 triples, 3 home runs, 32 RBI, 3 HBP, 61 walks and 10 stolen
basesamong Southern League leaders in sacrifice hits (T1st, 11), hits (T12th, 120), TPA
(13th, 520), on-base (14th, .361), doubles, (T14th, 24), walks (15th, 61) and at-bats (T15th,
443)Southern League Player of the Week, May 4-10, hitting .455 (10x22)reached
base safely in 27 straight games, Aug. 4-Sept. 3; longest on base streak on team and
5th-longest in Southern Leagueon 7-day DL with left oblique strain, April 22-May 4.
SMITH's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2013 Pulaski .320 52 200 33 64 92 16 3 2 34 2 4 9 18 32 12 5 .460 .394
2014 HighDesert .286 108 423 81 121 181 19 7 9 44 3 2 7 57 81 11 7 .428 .378
Jackson .271 20 70 12 19 27 3 1 1 4 0 0 1 16 13 1 1 .386 .414
2015 Jackson .270 120 441 39 119 156 24 2 3 31 11 1 3 60 85 10 4 .354 .360
2016 Tacoma .268 114 392 42 105 140 20 0 5 37 2 2 4 20 68 6 2 .357 .309
Minor Lg Totals .280 414 1526 207 428 596 82 13 20 150 18 9 24 171 279 40 19 .391 .360

PETER TAGO (75)


POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 24, turns 25 July 5 BORN: 7-5-92 in Harbor City, CA
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 215
ML SERVICE: None
ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Nov. 16, 2016
2016: Spent season with Birmingham, going 6-4 with 7 saves and a 4.37 ERA (29 ER, 59.2
IP) with 78 strikeoutsled the club in relief appearances (38) and saves (7)set career-
bests in wins, strikeouts and strikeouts per 9.0 innings (11.77)his 11.77 strikeouts
per 9.0 innings were 2nd-best in the Southern League behind Jackson's Ryne Harper
(12.57)on 7-day disabled list Aug. 15-Sept. 6 with right elbow biceps strain.
PERSONAL: Peter Clem Tago and his wife Lindsey have a son, Kingston and they reside in
Phoenix, AZ2010 graduate of Dana Hills (CA) High SchoolCalifornia Powerade Player
of the Year and High School All-American after his senior seasonowns and operates
Optimum Peak Performance, a sports training facility in San Juan Capistrano, Calif
selected by Colorado in 1st round of 2010 First-Year Player Draftsigned by Jon Lukens.
2010: Did not play after being selected in MLB First-Year Player Draft2011: Debut with A
AshevilleT2nd on Asheville with 19 starts and 3rd with 90.1 IPentered season rated
by Baseball America as No. 5 Prospect in Colorado organization2012: Spent entire
season with Tri-City, making 14 startsrated by Baseball America as 29th-best prospect
in Colorado system2013: Combined to go 3-7 with 7.39 ERA (55 ER, 67.0 IP) and 44
strikeouts over 18 games (12 GS) between Short-A Tri-City and Rookie Grand Junction
started season with Tri-City and made two starts before transfer to Grand Junction (16
appearances/10 starts)2014: Made 43 relief appearances with A Modestofinished 14
games and struck out 482015: With Chicago-AL organization, was 3-1 with 15 saves
and 2.71 ERA (20 ER, 66.1 IP) and 73 strikeouts over 42 relief appearances between
A Kannapolis, A Winston-Salem and AA Birminghamaveraged 9.9 K/9.0 IPopened
season with Kannapolis before promotion to Winston-Salem on May 4struck out 11.97
batters per 9.0 IP (47 K, 35.1 IP) with Winston-Salemtransferred to Birmingham on July
25converted all six of his save chances with Birmingham10 games with Glendale in
Arizona Fall League, going 0-0 with a save and 2.79 ERA (3 ER, 9.2 IP) with six strikeouts
pitched for Lara in Venezuelan Winter League, striking out 15 in 10 appearances.

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TAGO (continued)
TAGO's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2011 Asheville 3-5 7.07 19 19 0 0 0 90.1 88 74 71 10 11 72 58 16 1
2012 Tri-City 2-7 5.47 14 14 0 0 0 72.1 68 48 44 4 10 39 37 11 0
2013 Tri-City 0-2 9.00 2 2 0 0 0 9.0 5 11 9 0 2 10 6 6 0
Grand Junction 3-5 7.14 16 10 0 0 0 58.0 77 58 46 4 10 37 38 16 1
2014 Modesto 0-6 6.00 43 0 0 0 0 60.0 64 51 40 4 7 47 48 16 1
2017 MARINERS

2015 Kannapolis 0-1 3.75 7 0 0 0 1 12.0 10 5 5 1 2 2 10 1 0


Winston-Salem 2-0 2.80 23 0 0 0 8 35.1 33 11 11 1 2 18 47 6 0
Birmingham 1-0 1.89 12 0 0 0 6 19.0 6 5 4 0 2 9 16 2 0
2016 Birmingham 6-4 4.37 38 0 0 0 7 59.2 47 32 29 3 7 33 78 9 1
Minor Lg Totals 17-30 5.61 174 45 0 0 22 415.2 398 295 259 27 53 267 338 83 4

DYLAN UNSWORTH (69)


POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 24, turns 25 Sept. 23 BORN: 9-23-92 in Durban, South Africa
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 190
ML SERVICE: None
ACQUIRED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent September 15, 2009; signed by Mariners
scouts Wayne Norton and Phillip Biersteker
2016: Went 3-1 with 1.16 ERA (6 ER, 46.2 IP) with 35 strikeouts in 9 starts with AA Jackson
named Southern League Pitcher of the Week, May 2-8, after going 2-0 with 0.93 ERA (2
ER, 19.1 IP) with 15 strikeoutsnamed to Southern League All-Star team (DNP-injured)...
selected to World Team (South Africa) for 2016 MLB All-Star Futures Game (DNP-injury)...
on disabled list May 21-June 4 and June 8-end of season with left hamstring strain.
PERSONAL: Dylan Chowles Unsworthattended Milnerton High School, South Africa.
2010: AZL Mariners Pitcher of the Year9th among all Mariners farmhands with 3.93
ERA2011: Made 12 starts for Pulaski, leading team with 6 wins2012: With Everett led
Northwest League in innings, T3rd in wins and 4th in strikeoutshad 8 quality starts
struck out a season-high 9 batters on July 14 vs. Tri-Cityplayed for South Africa in
World Baseball Classic qualifier2013: Limited to 11 starts with Clinton due to injury
did not allow a walk over 62.0 innings, April 8-Aug. 29among all minor league pitchers
(min. 50.0 IP), finished 2nd allowing only 2 walksfirst career 7.0-inning complete game
on April 14 vs. Cedar Rapids (7.0,8,2,2,1,2)season-high 9.0-inning no decision on April
28 at Fort Wayneon disabled list with right elbow strain, June 8-Aug. 29appeared
in 3 rehab games with AZL Mariners, Aug. 9-23participated in Mariners Instructional
League2014: Made 26 starts with High Deserton disabled list with a right forearm
contusion April 23-30 and a right shoulder strain from Aug. 12-24among starters in
California League, ranked 1st in fewest walks per 9.0 innings (1.43) and 4th in strikeouts
per 9.0 innings (8.97)went 1-1 with a 3.34 ERA (13 ER, 35.0 IP) over final 9 starts (7/11-
9/1)struck out a career-high 12 batters in win on June 20 at Modesto3rd among
Mariners farmhands with 119 strikeouts2015: Split season between AA Jackson (4/9-
7/8) and High-A Bakersfield (7/9-end of season)on the 7-day disabled list with a right
elbow strain, Aug. 4-13.

UNSWORTH's PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2010 AZL Mariners 2-5 3.93 11 10 0 0 0 50.1 71 27 22 1 1 1 44 2 0
2011 Pulaski 6-5 5.16 12 12 0 0 0 61.0 73 37 35 7 1 10 46 0 1
2012 Everett 7-2 3.90 14 14 0 0 0 85.1 76 40 37 9 5 19 67 0 3
2013 Clinton 4-1 2.32 11 11 1 0 0 66.0 58 18 17 2 0 2 46 1 0
AZL Mariners 0-0 4.50 3 3 0 0 0 6.0 4 3 3 1 1 0 10 0 0
2014 HighDesert 6-9 5.90 26 26 0 0 0 119.0 153 87 78 17 6 19 119 3 1
2015 Jackson 4-7 4.34 13 13 0 0 0 66.1 78 39 32 6 2 13 51 2 1
Bakersfield 1-3 3.32 11 5 0 0 0 40.2 40 19 15 4 1 4 44 1 0
2016 Jackson 3-1 1.16 9 9 1 1 0 46.2 42 9 6 2 2 7 35 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 33-33 4.07 110 103 2 1 0 541.1 595 279 245 49 19 75 462 9 6

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SEBASTIAN VALLE (54)
POSITION: Catcher
AGE: 26, turns 27 July 24 BORN: 7-24-90 in Los Mochis, Mexico
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 205
ML SERVICE: None
ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Dec. 1, 2016
2016: With AA Trenton hit .202 (46x228) with 25 runs, 11 doubles, 4 home runs and 18 RBI
in 68 gamesmade 56 starts at catcher and 6 starts at first baseon 7-day disabled list

2017 MARINERS
April 7-22 with a right oblique strain.
PERSONAL: Sebastian Vallepronounced VAH-yehhas one daughter, Ivannaoriginally
signed by Philadelphia as a non-drafted free agent on Oct. 10, 2006played for Mexico
in 2013 World Baseball Classic (1x3, R)appeared in the 2011 All-Star Futures Game.
2007: Made professional debut with DSL Phillies, hitting .284 (50x176) with 29 runs, 13
doubles, 2 home runs and 25 RBI with a .398 on-base mark in 54 games2008: Hit
.281 (47x167) with 27 runs, 15 doubles, 2 home runs and 18 RBI in 48 games with GCL
Philliesplayed for Los Mochis of Mexican Winter League2009: Split season between
Lakewood and Short-A Williamsport, combining to hit .269 (94x349) with 41 runs, 27
doubles, 6 triples, 7 home runs and 55 RBI in 95 gameshit .307 (59x192) with 25 runs,
15 doubles, 5 triples, 6 home runs and 40 RBI for Crosscutters earning a spot on New
York-Penn League Mid-Season All-Star teamfinished 3rd in NYPL in slugging (.531)
and 5th in battingtransferred to Lakewood on Sept. 3hit .238 (5x21) with 1 home run
and 5 RBI in six SAL playoff gamesfollowing the season, appeared in 52 games for
Los Mochis of the MWL2010: Spent season with A Lakewood, hitting .255 (114x447)
with 51 runs, 28 doubles, 16 home runs and 74 RBI in 117 games to earn South Atlantic
League Post-Season All-Star honorshit 3 home runs in seven postseason games to
lead Lakewood to SAL Championshipranked by Baseball America as Philadelphia's
No. 6 prospect following the seasonafter season, played in 53 games for Los Mochis of
the MWL2011: In 91 games at A Clearwater, hit .284 (99x348) with 34 runs, 19 doubles,
5 home runs and 40 RBIFlorida State League Mid-Season and Postseason All-Star
teamsplayed for World Team in 2011 All-Star Futures Game in Phoenix (1x2, R, 2B,
RBI)caught all 23 innings Clearwaters 2-1 loss on May 23 at Jupiterfollowing the
season, ranked by Baseball America as Philadelphia's No. 3 prospect and Best Defensive
Catcher, as well as the FSLs No. 12 prospectplayed in 32 games for Los Mochis of
MWLadded to Philadelphia's 40-man roster Nov. 182012: Split season with Reading
and Lehigh Valley, hitting .253 (98x388) with 38 runs, 15 doubles, 17 home runs and
58 RBI in 105 gamesEastern League Mid-Season All-Starpromoted to Lehigh Valley
on Aug. 1labeled by Baseball America as Best Defensive Catcher in Philadelphia
organizationplayed for Los Mochis of MWL2013: With Reading, hit .203 (72x354)
with 38 runs, 15 doubles, 12 home runs and 41 RBI in 98 gameshit .304 (42x138)
in 46 games for Los Mochis of MWLDFA'd by Philadelphia on Dec. 182014: Split
season between AA Reading and AAA Lehigh Valley and hit .238 (57x240) with 21 runs,
11 doubles, 5 home runs and 32 RBI in 75 gamesbegan season with Reading and hit
.257 (29x113) over three stintscombined to throw out 24-of-50 (48.0%) attempted base
stealersplayed for Los Mochis of MWLsigned by Pittsburgh as minor league free
agent Nov. 182015: With AA Altoona, hitting .279 (69x247) with 27 runs, 21 doubles, 4
home runs and 26 RBI in 70 gamesplayed in 37 games for Los Mochis of MWL.

VALLE's PLAYING RECORD


YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2007 DSL Phillies .284 54 176 29 50 71 13 1 2 25 3 1 5 29 26 4 4 .403 .398
2008 GCL Phillies .281 48 167 27 47 68 15 0 2 18 0 2 4 12 31 0 0 .407 .341
2009 Lakewood .223 45 157 16 35 52 12 1 1 15 0 1 5 16 37 1 2 .331 .313
Williamsport .307 50 192 25 59 102 15 5 6 40 0 4 0 10 41 0 0 .531 .335
2010 Lakewood .255 117 447 51 114 192 28 1 16 74 2 6 3 27 101 3 2 .430 .298
2011 Clearwater .284 91 348 34 99 137 19 2 5 40 0 2 2 13 84 0 0 .394 .312
2012 Reading .261 83 310 31 81 135 13 1 13 45 1 7 0 11 83 0 2 .435 .280
Lehigh Valley .218 22 78 7 17 31 2 0 4 13 0 2 0 2 31 0 1 .397 .232
2013 Reading .203 98 354 38 72 127 15 2 12 41 3 2 1 19 88 1 1 .359 .245
2014 Reading .257 37 113 4 29 36 4 0 1 10 1 1 0 5 19 0 0 .319 .286
Lehigh Valley .220 38 127 17 28 47 7 0 4 22 2 2 0 4 33 0 0 .370 .241
2015 Altoona .279 70 247 27 69 102 21 0 4 26 3 0 1 22 56 1 2 .413 .341
2016 Trenton .202 68 228 25 46 69 11 0 4 18 1 2 0 13 72 0 0 .303 .243
Minor Lg Totals .253 821 2944 331 746 1169 175 13 74 387 16 32 21 183 702 10 14 .397 .299

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PAT VENDITTE (61)
POSITION: Switch-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 31, turns 32 June 30 BORN: 6-30-85 in Omaha, NE
BATS: Right THROWS: Switch HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 185
ML SERVICE: 1 year, 17 days
ACQUIRED: In trade from Toronto in exchange for a player to be named later, Aug. 6, 2016.
2016: Went 0-0 with a 5.73 ERA (14 ER, 22.0 IP) with 19 strikeouts in 15 combined relief
appearances with Toronto and Seattlewent 0-0 with a 6.08 ERA (9 ER, 13.1 IP) with
2017 MARINERS

12 strikeouts in 7 relief appearances with Seattlemade 5 relief appearances with AAA


Tacoma, going 1-0 with a 1.08 ERA (1 ER, 8.1 IP) with 11 strikeouts...acquired from
Toronto in exchange for a player to be named on Aug. 6...posted 5.19 ERA (5 ER, 8.2 IP)
with 7 strikeouts and 4 walks in 8 relief appearances with Torontoin 25 games, including
2 starts, with AAA Buffalo, was 2-1 with 4.37 ERA (17 ER, 35.0 IP) with 52 strikeouts.
PERSONAL: Patrick Michael Venditteresides in Omaha, NEattended Central High
School (NE) and was named second team All-Nebraska, team MVP and a Lincoln Journal
Star Academic All-Star in 2004ambidextrous pitcher uses a six-finger glove with two
thumb holesis a natural right-hander, but has thrown with both arms since age 3
caused Professional Baseball Umpire Corporation (PBUC) to create new rule regarding
ambidextrous pitchers on July 2, 2008, that states a pitcher must visually indicate to the
umpire, batter and runner(s) which way he will begin pitching to the battergraduated
from Creighton University in 2008 (majored in Marketing)All American honors from
Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball in 2007Missouri Valley Conference
Tournament Most Outstanding Player and Collegiate Baseballs national Player of the
Week after leading Creighton to its first-ever Tournament title in 2007selected by New
York-AL in 45th round of 2007 MLB First Year Players Draft but did not sign.
2008: Went 1-0 with 0.83 ERA (3 ER, 32.2 IP) in 30 relief games with A Staten Island,
converting all 23 save oppsled league in saves and was 2nd in gamesnamed to
New York-Penn League Midseason All-Star teamMiLBs Best Short-Season Reliever
of the Year at close of season2009: Combined to go 4-2 with 22 saves and a 1.87
ERA (14 ER, 67.1 IP) with 87 strikeouts in 49 relief appearances with A Charleston and
A Tampanamed to South Atlantic Leagues Midseason All-Star teampromoted to
Tampa on June 27went 2-0 with 2 saves and a 2.21 ERA (9 ER, 36.2 IP) in 21 outings
made 5 postseason relief appearances for Florida State League championsappeared
in 7 games for Zulia of Venezuelan Winter League2010: Was 5-2 with 6 saves and 1.93
ERA (16 ER, 74.2 IP) in 49 relief appearances with A Tampa and AA Trentonstruck
out a career-high 89 batters (10.73 K/9.0)with A Tampa, went 4-1 with a 1.73 ERA
(14 ER, 72.2 IP) in 41 gamesranked 2nd in opponents average (.187) and 4th in K/9.0
(10.53)promoted to AA Trenton on Sept. 12011: Spent entire season with AA Trenton
and went 3-7 with 3.40 ERA (34 ER, 90.0 IP) in 51 relief appearancescareer highs in
strikeouts (88) and innings (90.0)had 10 game, 21.0 scoreless innings streak from May
5 to June 3after season, made 32 relief appearances for Mexicali of the Mexican Pacific
Winter League and went 3-1 with a 2.34 ERA (11 ER, 42.1 IP)2012: Missed most of
season after going on disabled list April 30 with a right shoulder strainmade 7 relief
appearances with AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and was 1-1 with 2.77 ERA (4 ER, 13.0
IP)2013: Began season on disabled list after having surgery to repair right labrum9-
game rehab assignment with the Yankees 2 affiliates in Gulf Coast League and was 0-1
with 3.65 ERA (5 ER, 12.1 IP)reinstated from DL on Aug. 3 and assigned to A Tampa
promoted to AA Trenton on Aug. 13 and went 1-2 with 3.97 ERA (5 ER, 11.1 IP) in 8 relief
outingsmade 3 playoff appearances for Trenton, including 1.2 perfect innings on Sept.
12 at Harrisburg in clinching gamepitched for Mochis of the MPWLprior to season,
made 4 scoreless relief appearances for Italy in World Baseball Classic2014: Began
season with AA Trenton and went 0-1 with 1 save and 0.82 ERA (2 ER, 22.0 IP) in 15
relief appearanceswas promoted to AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on May 17 and went
2-5 with a 3.36 ERA in 26 games, including 2 starts2015: Combined 2-2 with 2.83 ERA
(23 ER, 73.1 IP) in 52 appearances/1 GS with Oakland, AAA Nashville and A Stockton
MLB debut with Oakland on June 5, 2015 at Boston (2.0,1,0,0,0,1)...went 2-2 with a 4.40
ERA (14 ER, 28.2 IP) in 26 relief appearances in two stints with Oaklandfirst switch-
pitcher to appear in MLB game since Greg Harris (Sept. 28, 1995)first full-time switch-
pitcher in modern era (since 1900)on 15-day disabled list on June 11 with strained right
shoulder...went 1-0 with 1.55 ERA (7 ER, 40.2 IP) in 23 games with AAA Nashville.

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VENDITTE (continued)
VENDITTE's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2008 StatenIsland 1-0 0.83 30 0 0 0 23 32.2 13 5 3 2 0 10 42 1 0
2009 Charleston 2-2 1.47 28 0 0 0 20 30.2 24 8 5 1 0 2 40 0 0
Tampa 2-0 2.21 21 0 0 0 2 36.2 37 11 9 1 0 9 47 0 0
2010 Tampa 4-1 1.73 41 0 0 0 6 72.2 49 17 14 2 2 14 85 0 0
Trenton 1-1 9.00 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 4 2 2 0 0 1 4 0 0

2017 MARINERS
2011 Trenton 3-7 3.40 51 0 0 0 0 90.0 80 37 34 7 3 31 88 5 1
2012 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 1-1 2.77 7 0 0 0 0 13.0 11 4 4 1 1 6 12 0 0
2013 GCL Yankees2 0-0 2.84 4 2 0 0 0 6.1 3 2 2 0 0 0 8 0 0
GCL Yankees1 0-1 4.50 5 4 0 0 0 6.0 9 5 3 0 0 1 5 1 0
Tampa 0-1 1.80 4 0 0 0 0 5.0 2 1 1 0 1 4 4 1 0
Trenton 1-2 3.97 8 0 0 0 0 11.1 13 5 5 1 0 3 13 1 1
2014 Trenton 0-1 0.82 15 0 0 0 1 22.0 11 3 2 2 0 5 30 0 0
Scranton/Wilkes-Barre
2-5 3.36 26 2 0 0 0 56.1 54 21 21 4 1 17 53 3 2
2015 Nashville 1-0 1.55 23 1 0 0 0 40.2 27 8 7 2 2 15 40 1 2
OAKLAND 2-2 4.40 26 0 0 0 0 28.2 22 14 14 3 0 12 23 0 0
Stockton 0-0 4.50 3 0 0 0 0 4.0 3 2 2 2 0 0 5 0 0
2016 Buffalo 2-1 4.37 25 2 0 0 0 35.0 39 17 17 3 3 13 52 0 0
TORONTO 0-0 5.19 8 0 0 0 0 8.2 11 8 5 1 1 4 7 0 0
Tacoma 1-0 1.08 5 0 0 0 0 8.1 7 1 1 0 0 3 11 0 0
SEATTLE 0-0 6.08 7 0 0 0 0 13.1 13 10 9 4 1 7 12 0 0
Minor Lg Totals 21-23 2.51 298 11 0 0 52 472.2 386 149 132 28 13 134 539 13 6
ML Totals 2-2 4.97 41 0 0 0 0 50.2 46 32 28 8 2 23 42 0 0

KYLE WALDROP (44)


POSITION: Outfielder
AGE: 25 BORN: 11-26-91 in Fort Myers, FL
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 216
ML SERVICE: 44 days
ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Dec. 20, 2016
2016: Hit .227 (5x22) with 1 run, 1 double and 1 RBI in 15 games with the Reds...pinch hit
and singled off Blake Treinen for his first Major League hit on June 4 vs. Washington...
made his first career ML start (left field) on June 14 at Atlanta...designated for assignment
Sept. 2...cleared waivers and outrighted to Louisville on Sept. 4...in 96 games with
Louisville, hit .252 (82x325) with 37 runs, 21 doubles, 5 home runs and 27 RBI.
PERSONAL: Graduated from Riverdale (FL) HS in 2010...selected by Cincinnati in the 12th
round of the 2010 MLB First-Year Player Draft...signed by Reds scout Greg Zunino.
2010: Made his pro debut with AZL Reds, batting .214 (6x28) with 1 run, 1 double and 1
RBI in 7 games2011: Appeared in 68 games with rookie-level Billings, where he hit .273
(76x278) with 38 runs, 22 doubles, 9 triples, 5 home runs and 29 RBI2012: Spent the
season with A Daytonhit .284 (118x416) with 59 runs, 21 doubles, 6 triples, 8 home
runs and 50 RBI in 117 gamesMidwest League Player of the Week (5/23-5/29)2013:
Batted .258 (130x504) with 66 runs, 32 doubles, 4 triples, 21 home runs, 54 RBI and
20 steals in 129 games with advanced-A Bakersfieldhis 21 home runs ranked 2nd
among all Reds minor leaguershit safely in 14 consecutive games, July 26-Aug. 10,
batting .370 (20x54) with 11 runs, 4 doubles, 6 home runs and 14 RBI2014: Named
Cincinnati's Minor League Hitter of the YearMVP for the Cal League All-Star Game
Southern League Player of the Week (8/18-24)began the season at advanced-A
Bakersfield, where he hit .359 (92x256) with 54 runs, 20 doubles, 1 triple, 6 home runs,
32 RBI and 11 steals in 65 gamespromoted to AA Pensacola on June 18in 66 games
with Pensacola, hit .315 (73x232) with 27 runs, 17 doubles, 3 triples, 8 home runs and 35
RBI hit .300 (24x80) in 19 games in the Arizona Fall Leaguenamed to the AFL Rising
Stars Teamadded to the Reds 40-man roster on Nov. 20.2015: Attended his first ML
spring training campbegan the season with AA Pensacola, where he hit .277 (67x242)
with 21 runs, 13 doubles, 3 triples, 6 home runs and 31 RBI in 67 gamesSouthern
League All-Star and Home Run Derby participantpromoted to AAA Louisville on June
24started in right field for Team USA in the Futures Game, going 1-for-4 with 1 run
recalled by Cincinnati on July 31made his ML debut as a pinch hitter on Aug. 2 vs.
Pittsburghoptioned to Louisville on Aug. 4, where he finished the season, batting .185
(38x205) with 8 runs, 6 doubles, 1 home run and 13 RBI in 55 games.

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WALDROP's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP
2010 AZL Reds .214 7 28 1 6 7 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 9 0 0 .241 .250
2011 Billings .273 68 278 38 76 131 22 9 5 29 1 1 3 10 65 4 4 .305 .471
2012 Dayton .284 117 416 59 118 175 21 6 8 50 7 4 4 38 77 10 6 .346 .421
2013 Bakersfield .258 129 504 66 130 233 32 4 21 54 0 2 2 32 121 20 8 .304 .462
2014 Bakersfield .359 65 256 54 92 132 20 1 6 32 2 5 3 22 56 11 2 .409 .516
2017 MARINERS

Pensacola .315 66 232 27 73 120 17 3 8 35 1 2 0 17 44 3 4 .359 .517


2015 Pensacola .277 67 242 21 67 104 13 3 6 31 0 3 2 12 61 2 2 .313 .430
Louisville .185 55 205 8 38 47 6 0 1 13 0 1 0 7 54 0 1 .211 .229
CINCINNATI .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .000
2016 Louisville .252 96 325 37 82 118 21 0 5 27 0 4 4 20 58 4 2 .300 .363
CINCINNATI .227 15 22 1 5 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 5 0 1 .261 .273
Minor Lg Totals .274 670 2486 311 682 1067 153 26 60 272 11 22 18 159 545 54 29 .320 .429
ML Totals .217 16 23 1 5 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 6 0 1 .250 .261

RYAN WEBER (59)


POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher
AGE: 26, turns 27 Aug. 12 BORN: 8-12-90 in St. Petersburg, FL
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 180
ML SERVICE: 0 years, 97 days
ACQUIRED: Claimed off waivers from Atlanta on Nov. 2, 2016
2016: Was 1-1 with a 5.45 ERA (22 ER, 36.1 IP) in 16 games (2 starts) with Atlanta, striking
out 23in 26 games, including 5 starts, with AAA Gwinnett last season, Weber was 2-3
with a 2.76 ERA (19 ER, 62.0 IP) with 41 strikeouts and 14 walks.
PERSONAL: James Ryan Weberresides in St. Petersburg, FLattended St. Petersburg
College (FL) for one yearstarred at Clearwater Central Catholic (FL) HSselected by
Atlanta in 22nd round of 2009 MLB First-Year Player Draft; signed by Buddy Hernandez.
2009: Pro debut with GCL Braves, posting 1.74 ERA (2 ER, 10.1 IP) in 7 games2010:
Promoted to Rome after going 3-2 with a 2.81 ERA at R Danvillefirst professional win
on June 23 at Princeton2011: Began season in Rome and moved to Lynchburg on
April 21had two stints on DL (6/6-7/8; 7/23-end)2012: Had 4.91 ERA in 35 games (16
starts) between A Rome and High-A LynchburgRome Braves Pitcher of the Month for
June (3-2, 3.41 ERA, 29.0 IP, 23 K)2013: Began with High-A Lynchburgteam-leading
5.40 K/BB (81 K/15 BB)2014: Appeared in 32 games with AA Mississippiin 19 relief
games, posted 2-0 record and 2.11 ERA in 42.2 inningsas starter was 3-6 with 6.25
ERA in 13 startson DL, Aug. 18-end of season with right elbow strain2015: Selected
to Majors Sept. 8 after splitting season with AA Mississippi and AAA Gwinnettmade five
starts for Atlanta, going 0-3 with 4.76 ERA (15 ER, 28.1 IP)MLB debut in start on Sept. 8
at Philadelphia, taking loss (6.0 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 1 ER, BB, 2 K)struck out career-best 10 on
Oct. 1 vs. Washingtonbegan year with AA Mississippi before move to AAA Gwinnett for
one start on May 17, then returned to AAA for good on May 27was a combined 6-5 with
a 2.35 ERA in 38 games, nine startsbegan year in bullpen for Mississippi before making
three startsmade six starts at Gwinnett, going 3-2 with a 3.03 ERA (10 ER, 29.2 IP).
WEBER's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK
2009 GCL Braves 0-0 1.74 7 0 0 0 2 10.1 8 2 2 0 0 0 13 0 0
2010 Rome 2-5 5.13 18 6 0 0 0 59.2 74 45 34 5 2 14 39 2 0
Danville 3-2 2.81 8 6 0 0 0 41.2 32 14 13 4 3 3 36 1 0
2011 Rome 2-0 2.68 13 6 0 0 2 43.2 36 15 13 2 4 8 32 1 2
Lynchburg 0-0 3.00 2 0 0 0 0 6.0 6 2 2 0 0 3 3 0 0
2012 Rome 5-5 5.88 16 11 0 0 0 72.0 86 52 47 4 4 16 54 0 0
Lynchburg 2-4 3.38 19 5 0 0 2 45.1 50 20 17 1 3 7 40 1 0
2013 Lynchburg 6-5 3.84 22 15 1 0 0 93.2 90 50 40 6 11 15 81 0 0
GCL Braves 0-1 12.00 2 1 0 0 0 3.0 5 4 4 1 0 0 2 1 0
2014 Mississippi 5-6 4.54 32 13 0 0 0 101.0 129 59 51 7 1 16 62 1 2
2015 Mississippi 0-2 2.73 11 3 0 0 1 26.1 23 8 8 1 0 1 24 0 0
Gwinnett 6-3 2.21 27 6 0 0 3 73.1 60 18 18 7 3 9 35 2 0
ATLANTA 0-3 4.76 5 5 0 0 0 28.1 25 15 15 3 2 6 19 0 0
2016 Gwinnett 2-3 2.76 26 5 0 0 1 62.0 65 21 19 1 4 14 41 4 0
ATLANTA 1-1 5.45 16 2 0 0 0 36.1 46 22 22 7 2 5 23 1 0
Minor Lg Totals 33-36 3.78 203 77 1 0 11 638.0 664 310 268 39 35 106 462 13 4
ML Totals 1-4 5.15 21 7 0 0 0 64.2 71 37 37 10 4 11 42 1 0

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NO. PITCHERS (13) B-T HT WT DOB BIRTHPLACE RESIDENCE 2016 CLUB CLASS W-L ERA G GS CG SV IP H R ER BB SO MLS
48 ARO, Jonathan R-R 6-0 235 10/10/1990 La Vega, DR La Vega, DR Tacoma AAA 3-2 2.48 24 1 0 1 36.1 29 13 10 10 25 0.045
SEATTLE MLB 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0.2 1 0 0 1 0
56 BERGMAN, Christian R-R 6-1 195 05/04/1988 Glendale, CA The Woodlands, TX COLORADO MLB 1-3 8.39 15 1 0 0 24.2 39 24 23 6 22 2.075
Albuquerque AAA 3-3 3.66 10 10 0 0 51.2 52 24 21 12 33
41 HAGADONE, Nick L-L 6-5 230 01/01/1986 Sandpoint, ID Auburn, WA NONE -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
45 KIEKHEFER, Dean L-L 6-0 175 06/07/1989 Louisville, KY LaGrange, KY Memphis AAA 6-1 2.08 29 0 0 2 34.2 32 8 8 8 20 0.084
ST. LOUIS MLB 0-0 5.32 26 0 0 0 22.0 24 13 13 7 14
64 MACHI, Jean R-R 6-0 235 02/01/1982 El Tigre, VZ Carabobo, VZ Iowa AAA 2-1 3.68 20 0 0 1 29.1 29 13 12 9 26 2.154
Sacramento AAA 2-2 3.62 28 0 0 12 32.1 30 17 13 8 27
57 MARTIN, Cody R-R 6-3 230 09/04/1989 Dos Palos, CA Dos Palos, CA Tacoma AAA 10-7 3.62 25 20 0 0 114.1 106 48 46 33 114 0.115
SEATTLE MLB 1-2 3.86 9 2 0 0 25.2 28 11 11 9 15
74 MOORE, Andrew R-R 6-0 195 06/02/1994 Springfield, OR Eugene, OR Bakersfield High-A 3-1 1.65 9 9 0 0 54.2 36 14 10 13 47 0.000
Jackson AA 9-3 3.16 19 19 1 0 108.1 112 41 38 18 86
35 OWINGS, Micah R-R 6-5 220 09/28/1982 Gainesville, GA Dahlonega, GA York IND 7-6 4.30 23 19 0 0 106.2 108 57 51 38 81 5.035
76 POVSE, Max R-R 6-8 220 08/23/1993 Raleigh, NC Cary, NC Carolina High-A 5-5 3.71 15 15 0 0 87.1 89 44 36 17 91 0.000
Mississippi AA 4-1 2.93 11 11 0 0 70.2 61 25 23 12 48
75 TAGO, Peter R-R 6-3 215 07/05/1992 Harbor City, CA Phoenix, AZ Birmingham AAA 6-4 4.37 38 0 0 7 59.2 47 32 29 33 78 0.000
69 UNSWORTH, Dylan R-R 6-1 190 09/23/1992 Durban, South Africa Cape Town, South Africa Jackson AA 3-1 1.16 9 9 1 0 46.2 42 9 6 7 35 0.000
61 VENDITTE, Pat R-S 6-1 185 06/30/1985 Omaha, NE Omaha, NE Buffalo AAA 2-1 4.37 25 2 0 0 35.0 39 17 17 13 52 1.017
TORONTO MLB 0-0 5.19 8 0 0 0 8.2 11 8 5 4 7
Tacoma AAA 1-0 1.08 5 0 0 0 8.1 7 1 1 3 11
SEATTLE MLB 0-0 6.08 7 0 0 0 13.1 13 10 9 7 12
67 WEBER, Ryan R-R 6-1 180 08/12/1990 St. Petersburg, FL St. Petersburg, FL Gwinnnnett AAA 2-3 2.76 26 5 0 1 62.0 65 21 19 14 41 0.097
ATLANTA MLB 1-1 5.45 16 2 0 0 36.1 46 22 22 5 23

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NO. CATCHERS (5) B-T HT WT DOB BIRTHPLACE RESIDENCE 2016 CLUB CLASS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB MLS
10 ASHLEY, Nevin R-R 6-1 215 08/14/1984 Vincennes, IN Evansville, IN Las Vegas AAA .240 64 167 26 40 10 0 5 28 27 45 1 0.027
Round Rock AAA .100 3 10 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0
71 BARON, Steven R-R 6-0 205 12/07/1990 Miami, FL Miami, FL Jackson AA .280 66 232 35 65 7 1 3 22 34 54 3 0.027
Tacoma AAA .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
72 LITTLEWOOD, Marcus S-R 6-3 194 03/18/1992 Salt Lake City, UT American Fork, UT Jackson AA .307 56 192 28 59 21 0 0 23 32 41 2 0.000
Tacoma AAA .045 8 22 1 1 0 0 0 1 3 7 0
73 MARLETTE, Tyler R-R 5-11 195 01/23/1993 Oviedo, FL Oviedo, FL Bakersfield High-A .273 83 326 42 89 21 1 14 53 30 82 5 0.000
Jackson AA .300 15 50 4 15 2 0 1 6 3 11 1
54 VALLE, Sebastian R-R 6-1 205 07/24/1990 Los Mochis, Mexico Los Mochis, Mexico Trenton AA .202 68 228 25 46 11 0 4 18 13 72 0 0.000

NO. INFIELDERS (1) B-T HT WT DOB BIRTHPLACE RESIDENCE 2016 CLUB CLASS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB MLS
13 SMITH, Tyler R-R 6-0 195 07/01/1991 Long Beach, CA Thousand Oaks, CA Tacoma AAA .268 114 392 42 105 20 0 5 37 20 68 6 0.000

NO. OUTFIELDERS (2) B-T HT WT DOB BIRTHPLACE RESIDENCE 2016 CLUB CLASS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB MLS
70 ONEILL, Tyler R-R 5-11 205 06/22/1995 Burnaby, BC, Canada Maple Ridge, BC, Canada Jackson AA .293 130 492 68 144 26 4 24 102 62 150 12 0.000
44 WALDROP, Kyle L-L 6-3 190 11/26/1991 Ft. Myers, FL Ft. Myers, FL Louisville AAA .252 96 325 37 82 21 0 5 27 20 58 4 0.044
CINCINNATI MLB .227 15 22 1 5 1 0 0 1 1 5 0

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NO. PITCHERS (22) B-T HT WT DOB BIRTHPLACE RESIDENCE 2016 CLUB CLASS W-L ERA G GS CG SV IP H R ER BB SO MLS
53 ALTAVILLA, Dan R-R 5-11 200 09/08/1992 McKeesport, PA McKeesport, PA Jackson AA 7-3 1.91 43 0 0 16 56.2 40 15 12 22 65 0.037
SEATTLE MLB 0-0 0.73 15 0 0 0 12.1 11 1 1 1 10
31 CISHEK, Steve R-R 6-6 217 06/18/1986 Falmouth, MA Jupiter, FL SEATTLE MLB 4-6 2.81 62 0 0 25 64.0 44 21 20 21 76 5.143
Everett # Short-A 0-1 13.5 2 2 0 0 2.0 5 3 3 0 5
62 CURTIS, Zac L-L 5-9 192 07/04/1992 Panama City Beach, FL Rogersville, AL Visalia A 1-0 5.23 8 0 0 2 10.1 12 8 6 5 22 0.071
ARIZONA MLB 0-1 6.75 21 0 0 0 13.1 13 10 10 13 10
Mobile AA 0-1 3.20 19 0 0 4 19.2 17 7 7 6 30
39 DIAZ, Edwin R-R 6-3 165 03/22/1994 Humacao, PR Naguabo, PR Jackson AA 3-3 2.21 16 6 0 1 40.2 32 13 10 7 54 0.121
SEATTLE MLB 0-4 2.79 49 0 0 18 51.2 45 16 16 15 88
38 FIEN, Casey R-R 6-2 212 10/21/1983 Santa Rosa, CA Temecula, CA MINNNESOTA MLB 1-0 7.90 14 0 0 0 13.2 21 12 12 3 12 4.118
Oklahoma City AAA 1-0 4.35 8 0 0 1 10.1 11 5 5 2 13
LOS ANGELES-NL MLB 0-1 4.21 25 0 0 0 25.2 24 12 12 7 23
AZL Dodgers Rookie 0-0 0.00 2 2 0 0 3.0 1 0 0 0 4
Rancho Cucamonga A 0-0 4.50 2 0 0 0 2.0 4 1 1 0 3
68 FRY, Paul L-L 6-0 190 07s/26/1992 Pontiac, MI Waterford, MI Tacoma AAA 3-1 2.78 48 1 0 0 55.0 48 23 17 31 65 0.000
49 GALLARDO, Yovani R-R 6-2 205 02/27/1986 Penjamillo, Mexico Fort Worth, TX BALTIMORE MLB 6-8 5.42 23 23 0 0 118.0 126 74 71 61 85 9.108
Frederick # High-A 0-0 9.00 1 1 0 0 3.0 7 3 3 2 4
Norfolk # AAA 1-0 3.60 2 2 0 0 10.0 5 4 4 4 10
34 HERNANDEZ, Felix R-R 6-3 225 04/08/1986 Valencia, VZ Bellevue, WA SEATTLE MLB 11-8 3.82 25 25 0 0 153.1 138 76 65 65 122 11.060
Everett Short-A 0-0 7.36 1 1 0 0 3.2 6 3 3 2 6
Tacoma AAA 1-0 1.59 1 1 0 0 5.2 5 1 1 1 7
32 HESTON, Chris R-R 6-3 195 04/10/1988 Palm Bay, FL Scottsdale, AZ SAN FRANCISCO MLB 1-1 10.80 4 0 0 0 5.0 9 6 6 6 3 1.140
Sacramento AAA 2-9 4.54 15 14 0 1 81.1 82 42 41 32 53
AZL Giants Rookie 0-0 0.00 2 2 0 0 6.2 7 0 0 2 7
San Jose A 0-0 6.23 1 1 0 0 4.1 5 3 3 3 1
18 IWAKUMA, Hisashi R-R 6-3 210 04/12/1981 Tokyo, Japan Sendai City, Japan SEATTLE MLB 16-12 4.12 33 33 0 0 199.0 218 95 91 46 147 5.000
37 MIRANDA, Ariel L-L 6-2 190 01/10/1989 Havana, Cuba Miramar, FL Norfolk AAA 4-7 3.93 19 19 0 0 100.2 95 47 44 31 87 0.061

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BALTIMORE MLB 0-0 13.50 1 0 0 0 2.0 4 3 3 0 4
SEATTLE MLB 5-2 3.54 11 10 0 0 56.0 43 25 22 18 40
60 OVERTON, Dillon L-L 6-2 172 08/17/1991 Clinton, OK Weatherford, OK Nashville AAA 13-5 3.29 21 20 1 0 125.2 132 50 46 31 105 0.033
OAKLAND MLB 1-3 11.47 7 5 0 0 24.1 48 31 31 7 17
65 PAXTON, James L-L 6-4 220 11/06/1988 Ladner, BC, Canada Kirkland, WA Tacoma AAA 4-3 3.73 11 11 0 0 50.2 43 24 21 15 53 2.151
SEATTLE MLB 6-7 3.79 20 20 0 0 121 134 62 51 24 117
47 PAZOS, James R-L 6-2 235 05/05/1991 Gilbert, AZ Gilbert, AZ Scranton/Wilkes-Barre AAA 2-2 2.63 23 0 0 1 27.1 19 8 8 19 41 0.067
Staten Island Short-A 0-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 3.2 3 0 0 1 6
NEW YORK-AL MLB 1-0 13.50 7 0 0 0 3.1 7 5 5 1 3
25 RZEPCZYNSKI, Marc L-L 6-2 220 08/29/1985 Oak Lawn, IL Phoenix, AZ OAKLAND MLB 1-0 3.00 56 0 0 0 36.0 38 14 12 24 37 6.132
WASHINGTON MLB 0-0 1.54 14 0 0 0 11.2 8 3 2 5 9
58 SCRIBNER, Evan R-R 6-3 190 07/19/1985 New Milford, CT Scottsdale, AZ Bakersfield # A 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 2 3.142
AZL Mariners # Rookie 0-1 21.60 2 1 0 0 1.2 5 4 4 0 3
Jackson # AA 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 1 1
Tacoma # AAA 0-0 3.86 4 0 0 0 4.2 5 2 2 2 8
SEATTLE MLB 0-0 0.00 12 0 0 0 14.0 5 0 0 2 15
59 SIMMONS, Shae R-R 5-11 190 09/03/1990 Cape Girardeau, MO Jackson, MO Gwinnett AAA 0-0 1.50 12 4 0 1 12.0 7 2 2 9 14 2.111
Rome A 0-0 0.00 4 3 0 0 3.1 2 3 0 1 4
GCL Braves R 0-0 6.00 3 3 0 0 3.0 2 2 2 2 5
ATLANTA MLB 0-0 1.35 7 0 0 0 6.2 6 1 1 0 3
33 SMYLY, Drew L-L 6-3 190 06/13/1989 Little Rock, AR Dallas, TX TAMPA BAY MLB 7-12 4.88 30 30 0 0 175.1 174 103 95 49 167 4.154
40 VIEIRA, Thyago R-R 6-2 210 01/07/1993 Sao Paulo, Brazil Tatui, Sao Paulo, Brazil Bakersfield A 1-0 2.84 34 0 0 8 44.1 37 19 14 18 53 0.000
50 VINCENT, Nick R-R 6-0 185 07/12/1986 Ponway, CA San Diego, CA SEATTLE MLB 4-4 3.73 60 0 0 3 60.1 53 26 25 15 65 3.067
Everett # Short-A 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 3
63 WHALEN, Rob R-R 6-2 225 01/31/1994 Stroudburgs, PA Kissimmee, FL Mississippi AA 7-5 2.49 18 18 0 0 101.1 87 35 28 37 94 0.061
Gwinnett AAA 0-1 1.93 3 3 0 0 18.2 12 4 4 7 18
ATLANTA MLB 1-2 6.57 5 5 0 0 24.2 20 20 18 12 25
55 ZYCH, Tony R-R 6-3 190 08/07/1990 Hazel Crest, IL Monee, IL SEATTLE MLB 1-0 3.29 12 0 0 0 13.2 10 6 5 10 21 1.006
AZL Mariners # Rookie 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 1.0 0 1 0 1 0
Jackson # AA 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 1 2
Tacoma # AAA 0-0 0.00 3 0 0 0 3.0 0 0 0 0 6
NO. CATCHERS (3) B-T HT WT DOB BIRTHPLACE RESIDENCE 2016 CLUB CLASS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB MLS

7 GOSEWISCH, Tuffy R-R 5-11 200 08/17/1983 Freeport, IL Phoenix, AZ Reno AAA .342 58 199 33 68 13 1 9 26 15 30 0 2.154