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1-Hitters........................................................... 54 1-0 Games ....................................................... 76 2-Year ERA ...................................................... 75 5-Hit Mariners.................................................. 99 17 Wins.......................................................... 118 25 Home Runs............................................... 351 100 RBI Seasons ............................................. 66 200 Hit Seasons, Career ............................... 105 Attendance, Top 10 ....................................... 207 Baseball Museum of the Pacific Northwest .. 341 Batting First at Home .................................... 102 Best Record (by Month) ................................ 199 Birthdays ....................................................... 174 By the Numbers ............................................ 137 Consecutive Records ...................................... 81 Cycle ............................................................... 74 Designated Hitting, Team ................................ 25 Doubleheaders ................................................ 76 Draft, 2011 ..................................................... 334 Draft, All-Time No. 1 Selections .................... 224 Ellis Award ..................................................... 219 Extra Base Hits, 4 in a Game ........................ 231 Futures Game ................................................ 332 Game Ending Hits ......................................... 146 General Managers, History................................ 7 Gold Glove Legacy .......................................... 51 Grand Slams.................................................... 79 Ground Rules ................................................ 342 Hall of Fame .................................................... 77 Hits, All-Time ................................................. 109 Hits, Mariners All-Time (Career) .................... 106 Hits, Mariners All-Time (Single-Season) ........ 112 Hits, Years Leading Majors............................ 108 Hitting Streaks, Mariners Longest ................... 89 Home Run Notes ........................................... 206 Home Runs, Both Sides of the Plate............. 104 Home Runs, by AL & NL Park ......................... 46 Home Runs, Leaders by Position .................. 244 Home Runs, Most in a Game .......................... 97 Home Runs, Opponents at Safeco Field....... 183 Homegrown Mariners ...................................... 48 How the Club Was Built ................................ 156 How To Figure ............................................... 336 Inside-the-Park Home Runs ............................ 99 Interleague Play ............................................. 182 Kingdome Farewell ........................................ 342 Logos Through the Years .............................. 186 Longest Games ............................................... 27 Longtime Mariners........................................... 60 Low Hit Games .............................................. 172 Manager, All-Time Records ............................. 17 Manager, Youngest in Majors .......................... 18 Mariner Moose .............................................. 140 Mariners Care ................................................ 214 Mariners Firsts ............................................... 188 Mariners Hall of Fame, Criteria ........................ 30 Mariners Hall of Fame, Members .................... 11 Mariners.com ................................................ 358 MarinersMedia.com....................................... 205 Minor League All-Stars, 2011 ........................ 223 Minor League All-Time Affiliates .................... 232 Minor League Awards, 2011.......................... 225 Naming the Mariners ..................................... 120 No-Hitters ...................................................... 212 Numerical Roster ........................................... 155 Organizational Standings, 2011 .................... 226 Ownership History ......................................... 168 Pitchers Who Have Batted .............................. 34 Players Who Have Pitched .............................. 34 Postseason Experience ................................. 128 Pre-Game Workout Schedule........................ 339 Quality Start, Definition.................................. 133 Record, 2011 Breakdown.............................. 165 Relief Appearances, Single-Season .............. 101 Roof, Safeco Field ......................................... 338 Rookie Qualifications....................................... 58 Safeco Field, High Batting Average ................ 29 Safeco Field, Inaugural Game Lineup ........... 337 Safeco Field, Low ERA .................................... 29 Save Rule ........................................................ 72 Saves, Consecutive ......................................... 71 Scoreless Streaks, Pitching............................. 83 Season Leaders by Position ........................... 91 SEATTLE Award............................................. 221 Seattle Baseball History ................................ 347 Strikeouts, 4 in Inning .................................... 202 Strikeouts, Single Game Pitching.................... 42 Ticket Information.......................................... 343 Ties ................................................................ 126 Top Prospects ............................................... 151 Triple Plays .................................................... 149 Two-Time Mariners .......................................... 86 United Nations................................................. 60 Walkless Innings, Consecutive ........................ 33 Winning & Losing Streaks ............................. 114 Wins, Rookies with 10 Wins .......................... 193 Youngest Mariners Debuts ............................ 238 Youth Movement ........................................... 125

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AL Club Stats .................................................159 Attendance Information: 2011 .............................................. 173-174 All-Time .................................................207 Award Winners, Mariners ....................... 194-195 Batting: 2011 ......................................................160 35 Season Totals ...................................187 Leaders Year-by-Year ............................189 All-Time Top 10 .....................................192 Behind the Scenes ..................................... 26-29 Broadcasters .......................................... 348-350 Coaches Biographies, MLB........................ 19-25 Day-by-Day, 2011................................... 169-171 Directory, Seattle Mariners ............................. 2-3 Draft, 2011 ......................................................334 Executive Biographies .................................. 6-14 Fielding: 2011 ......................................................161 35 Season Totals ...................................188 Fill Box Index .......................... Inside Front Cover Finishes ..........................................................186 Highlights, 2011 Team ............................ 162-165 Highs & Lows, 2011 ............................... 166-167 Hotels .............................................................336 Japanese Media ..................................... 356-357 Last Time It Happened ........................... 190-191 League Leaders, 2011 AL & NL......................158 Manager’s Biography ................................. 16-18 Minor League: Directory ................................................218 2011 Team Stats ........................... 219-228 Minor League Staff ........................ 229-232 Team Profiles ................................. 233-245 Player Biographies ........................ 246-332 Newspapers, Area Daily .................................355 Opponents.............................................. 176-184 Phone Numbers in Seattle..............................336 Pitching: 2011 ......................................................160 35 Season Totals ...................................187 Leaders Year-by-Year ............................188 All-Time Top 10 .....................................193 Player Biographies ................................... 31-151 Postseason ............................................. 209-216 Promotions Schedule, 2012 ...........................361 Pronunciation Guide ............... Inside Back Cover Public Relations Directory ..................................4 Radio/TV Information .....................................351 Records, Club: Batting ........................................... 196-197 Pitching .................................................198 General ..................................................199 Fielding ..................................................200 Major & AL held by Mariners ......... 201-202 Rookie ...................................................201 Roster: 2012 Spring ................................... 152-155 All-Time ......................................... 203-206 Safeco Field............................................ 337-342 Schedule, 2012 .................................Back Cover Scouting ................................................. 352-353 Seattle Baseball History .................................347 Spring Training Info and Records ........... 344-346 Standings, 2011 Major League Final ..............158 Transactions, 2011 ................................. 171-172 Won-Lost Breakdown: 2011 ......................................................168 All-Time ......................................... 190-191 vs. Each Club ................................ 176-184

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Howard Lincoln, Chairman; John Ellis, Chairman Emeritus; Minoru Arakawa, Chris Larson, Wayne Perry, Frank Shrontz, Rob Glaser Chairman & Chief Executive Officer ...................................................................................................................................................... Howard Lincoln President & Chief Operating Officer ................................................................................................................................................... Chuck Armstrong Chairman Emeritus .......................................................................................................................................................................................... John Ellis Executive Assistant – Chairman, President & Ownership ....................................................................................................................... Teresa Dugger Executive Vice President & GM – Baseball Operations ........................................................................................................................ Jack Zduriencik Assistant General Manager ........................................................................................................................................................................Jeff Kingston Senior Advisor to the General Manager ....................................................................................................................................................Ted Simmons Special Assistant to the GM ......................................................................................... Tony Blengino, Roger Hansen, Joe McIlvaine, Pete Vuckovich Vice President – International Operations ...................................................................................................................................................... Bob Engle Director – Amateur Scouting ................................................................................................................................................................. Tom McNamara Director – Player Development ................................................................................................................................................................... Chris Gwynn Director – Minor League and International Administration ..................................................................................................................... Hide Sueyoshi Director – Team Travel ............................................................................................................................................................................... Ron Spellecy Pro Scouting – Central Supervisor / Special Assistant to the GM .............................................................................................................. Ken Madeja Pro Scouting – Eastern Supervisor ................................................................................................................................................................ Bill Masse Pro Scouting – Western Supervisor .........................................................................................................................................................Duane Shaffer Coordinator – Special Projects International .................................................................................................................................................... Ted Heid Coordinator – Pacific Rim..................................................................................................................................................................................Pat Kelly Director – Latin America Administration ....................................................................................................................................................Martin Valerio Coordinator – Video Advance Scouting ................................................................................................................................................Andrew Percival Executive Administrative Assistant – Baseball Operations ..................................................................................................................... Debbie Larsen Administrator – Scouting ............................................................................................................................................................................Hallie Larson Administrator – Player Development ................................................................................................................................................................ Jan Plein Director, Sports Science & Performance ............................................................................................................................................. Dr. Marcus Elliott Major League Performance Specialists............................................................................................................................. Allen Wirtala, James Clifford Medical Director ...................................................................................................................................................................E. Edward Khalfayan, M.D. Team Physician................................................................................................................................................................................Mitchel Storey, D.O. Athletic Trainers ..................................................................................................................................... Rick Griffin, Takayoshi Morimoto, Rob Nodine Assistant Athletic Trainer – Rehab ................................................................................................................................................................... Matt Toth Clubhouse Manager ....................................................................................................................................................................................... Ted Walsh Assistant Clubhouse Manager .....................................................................................................................................................................Billy Sepich Visiting Clubhouse Manager ................................................................................................................................................................... Henry Genzale Video Coordinator ....................................................................................................................................................................................Jimmy Hartley Assistant Video Coordinator.................................................................................................................................................................... Craig Manning Interpreters ....................................................................................................................................................................Antony Suzuki, Daisuke Sekiba Bullpen Catcher .........................................................................................................................................................................................Jason Phillips Baseball Operations Analyst .....................................................................................................................................................................Wesley Battle Assistant, Player Development.....................................................................................................................................................................Casey Brett Assistant, Baseball Operations .................................................................................................................................................................. Caleb Peiffer Assistant, Video Advance Scouting .................................................................................................................................................... Tom Koch-Weser Assistant, Amateur Scouting ...................................................................................................................................................................... Kenny Wade Assistant, Professional Scouting ..................................................................................................................................................................Jordan Bley

BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS

BASEBALL OPERATIONS

Executive Vice President – Business Operations ....................................................................................................................................... Bob Aylward Vice President – Corporate Business & Community Relations ...................................................................................................................... Joe Chard Director – Corporate Business ...................................................................................................................................................Ingrid Russell-Narcisse Director – Community Relations................................................................................................................................................................. Gina Hasson Manager – Corporate Business ..............................................................................................................................................................Maureen Atkins Manager – Corporate Business ................................................................................................................................................................. Evan Harding Manager – Community Programs ............................................................................................................................................................ Sean Grindley Corporate Business Assistant ........................................................................................................................................................................... Jill Dean Manager – Community Relations ..................................................................................................................................................................... Jeri Baer Coordinator – Community Services ..................................................................................................................................................... Demetrius Grant Coordinator – Community and Client Services ........................................................................................................................................ Korey Traynor Administrative Assistant- Client Services.................................................................................................................................................Toni Sorenson Executive Administrative Assistant .............................................................................................................................................................Judy Vaught Vice President – Sales ........................................................................................................................................................................ Frances Traisman Director – Group Business Development ..................................................................................................................................................Bob Hellinger Director – Ticket Sales .............................................................................................................................................................................. Cory Carbary Senior Manager – Account Management ........................................................................................................................................... Nicholette Larson Manager - Client Sales & Service ................................................................................................................................................................Tami Tomsic Account Managers - Premium Sales........................................Adam Baker, Brett Breece, Al “Moose” Clausen, Derek Goodnature, Jonathan Kelley Account Managers - Season Ticket/Suite Sales ..................................................... Chuck Viltz, Mike Aceto, Jill Dahlen, Billie Potter, Dennis da Silva Account Executives – Group Sales .................................................Morgan Govaars, Alan Just, Ryan Latham, Marc Mahoney, Elizabeth McCloskey Coordinator– Account Management ..........................................................................................................................................................Cecilia Olsen Coordinator – Premium Services...............................................................................................................................................................Alyssa Henke Coordinator – Group Sales ............................................................................................................................................................................ Max Manix Client Sales & Service Associates ..........................................Ben Chertok,Tami Cruise, Jason Diemer, Andrew Horton, Chris Pedlar, Stefanie White Vice President – Communications ....................................................................................................................................................... Randy Adamack Senior Director – Baseball Information ............................................................................................................................................................Tim Hevly Director – Public Information .................................................................................................................................................................... Rebecca Hale Director – Graphic Design ............................................................................................................................................................................Carl Morton Assistant Director – Baseball Information ...................................................................................................................................................... Jeff Evans Manager – Baseball Information...................................................................................................................................................................Kelly Munro Manager – Baseball Information............................................................................................................................................................Fernando Alcalá Manager - Graphic Design ..........................................................................................................................................................................Katie Abram Coordinator – Broadcasting/Marketing ......................................................................................................................................................Carissa Hunt Executive Producer/Engineer, Radio ......................................................................................................................................................... Kevin Cremin Television Director ................................................................................................................................................................................ Mark Engelbrekt Radio/TV Announcers ................................................................................................... Rick Rizzs, Dave Sims, Mike Blowers, Jay Buhner, Ron Fairly Dave Henderson, Ken Levine, Dave Valle, Dan Wilson, Ken Wilson

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COMMUNICATIONS

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Vice President – Marketing......................................................................................................................................................................Kevin Martinez Director – Marketing ................................................................................................................................................................................. Gregg Greene Manager – Game Entertainment & Special Events ............................................................................................................................ Michael Ferguson Manager – Marketing............................................................................................................................................................................. Camden Finney Manager – Marketing............................................................................................................................................................................... Mandy Lincoln Manager – Video Operations ................................................................................................................................................................... Steve Hamada Video Editor .................................................................................................................................................................................................... Nick Pope Multimedia Coordinator ............................................................................................................................................................................. Olav Nossum Public Address Announcer .......................................................................................................................................................................... Tom Hutyler

MARKETING

LEGAL & GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS
Executive Vice President, Legal & Governmental Affairs .........................................................................................................................Bart Waldman Associate General Counsel .................................................................................................................................................................Melissa Mathews Director – Transportation and Neighborhood Relations ............................................................................................................................... Susan Ranf Executive Administrative Assistant ............................................................................................................................................................ Susan Harsh Vice President – Human Resources ....................................................................................................................................................... Marianne Short Director – Compensation & Benefits Administration ................................................................................................................................Shirley Shreve Director – Internal Audit Operations ........................................................................................................................................................ Connie McKay Manager – Human Resources .....................................................................................................................................................................Jeremy Weir Manager – Payroll .................................................................................................................................................................................. Ginger Oldham Manager – Workers Compensation and Liability.................................................................................................................................... Therese Baxter Workers Compensation Assistant .................................................................................................................................................................Linda Race Reception Desk .....................................................................................................................................................................................Bonnie Leathley Human Resources Assistant ......................................................................................................................................................................Tara Bologna

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FINANCE & BALLPARK OPERATIONS
Executive Vice President – Finance & Ballpark Operations ...................................................................................................................... Kevin Mather Vice President – Finance .......................................................................................................................................................................... Tim Kornegay Controller ................................................................................................................................................................................................... Greg Massey Senior Accountant ....................................................................................................................................................................................... Teri Arguello Vault Manager/Sr. Accountant.............................................................................................................................................................Terry Jemtegaard Accounts Payable Supervisor ................................................................................................................................................................... Danny Cifaldi Executive Assistant – Finance .............................................................................................................................................................JuliAnne Smasne Vice President – Ballpark Operations ........................................................................................................................................................Scott Jenkins Senior Director – Ballpark Operations .........................................................................................................................................................Tony Pereira Director – Guest Services ............................................................................................................................................................................. Brent Miller Director – Security ............................................................................................................................................................................Sylvester Servance Director – Event Sales and Marketing ...................................................................................................................................................... Jill Hashimoto Director – Engineering and Maintenance .......................................................................................................................................................Joe Myhra Event Managers............................................................................................................................................................ Michael Hilburn, Christina Shull Assistant – Events ................................................................................................................................................................................... Keshia Caldart Supervisor – Security ............................................................................................................................................................................. Erik Hackmann Manager – Event Services & Tours .............................................................................................................................................................Garrett Cook Coordinator – Facility .................................................................................................................................................................................Amy Swisher Head Groundskeeper ....................................................................................................................................................................... Bob Christofferson Assistant Head Groundskeepers...............................................................................................................................................Tim Wilson, Leo Liebert Building Electricians .....................................................................................................................................Paul Fuller, Dave Gustafson, Randy Smith Building Plumbers ....................................................................................................................................................... Kenny Stanton, Jamie Whittaker Facility Painter ............................................................................................................................................................................................. Claude Beal Roof Operations ....................................................................................................................................................................Vance Akres, Rob Wolford Maintenance Specialist ............................................................................................................................Dennis Cornutt, Chris Corsi, Dave Randolph HVAC Technicians ............................................................................................................ Ron Patton, Chris Hunsaker, Steve Monson, Derek Neligan Concrete Technician ........................................................................................................................................Christopher McDaniels, Matthew Webb Security .........Daryl Chadderdon, Frank Diss, Ed Mumphrey, Mark Oliverio, Zac Price, Louis Newsom, Don Henneke, John Slattery, Charles White Administrative Assistant – Ballpark Operations ......................................................................................................................................... Lisa McLeod Administrative Assistant – Event Services .......................................................................................................................................... Susan Gilbertson Administrative Assistant – Engineering/Maintenance ...............................................................................................................................Margit Pensel Vice President – Information Services ..........................................................................................................................................................David Curry Director – Information Systems ..................................................................................................................................................................... Oliver Roy Director – Database and Applications ...................................................................................................................................................Justin Stolmeier Manager - Systems Administrator...........................................................................................................................................................Ben Nakamura Network Engineer ................................................................................................................................................................................John Crestanello Developer ..........................................................................................................................................................................................Dexter Closterman Manager - Audio & Video Engineering ........................................................................................................................................................ Yezmin Blue Video Maintenance Technician ................................................................................................................................................................. Scott Thomas Audio Supervisor ....................................................................................................................................................................................June Miyamoto Director – Procurement .............................................................................................................................................................................Sandy Fielder Senior Manager – Procurement................................................................................................................................................................. Norma Cantu Manager – Shipping & Receiving ....................................................................................................................................................... Juan Oarbeascoa Office Services Coordinator .............................................................................................................................................................................Jim Reha Procurement Buyer......................................................................................................................................................................................Casey Tager Senior Director – Retail Operations .............................................................................................................................................................. Jim LaShell Director – Retail Merchandising ............................................................................................................................................................Julie McGillivray Director – Retail Stores...............................................................................................................................................................................Doug Orwiler Retail Hard Goods Buyer............................................................................................................................................................................. Shawn Wert Manager – Retail Marketing ....................................................................................................................................................................... Renee Steyh Manager – Distribution Center ............................................................................................................................................................Patrick O’Connor Managers – Team Store.....................................................................Donald Darnbrough, Craig Geffrey, Yuko Iwahashi, Ryan Mahoney, Kelly Walsh Manager - Souvenirs ................................................................................................................................................................................ Mary Beeman Assistant Manager – Team Store.................................................................................................................................................................Jackie Cram Assistant - Merchandising ................................................................................................................................................................................ Paul Cho Assistant - Distribution Center ................................................................................................................................................................. Jordan Seiber Director – Ticketing and Parking Operations ..........................................................................................................................................Malcolm Rogel Director – Ticket Services....................................................................................................................................................................Jennifer Sweigert Manager – Group/Suite Ticket Services ....................................................................................................................................................Steve Belling Ticket Coordinator ...................................................................................................................................................................................Lincoln Loeber

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BALLPARK EVENTS & OPERATIONS

INFORMATION SERVICES

PROCUREMENT

MERCHANDISING

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
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Front Office

Mariners Executive VP & General Manager Jack Zduriencik and Manager Eric Wedge

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OFFICERS
HOWARD LINCOLN
A key player in the formation of the ownership group that saved the Mariners for Seattle in 1992, Howard Lincoln was named Chairman and Chief Executive Officer on Sept. 27, 1999. 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 Lincoln’s life. In addition to his strong support of the Mariners Care Foundation, he is a former chairman of the Children’s Hospital Foundation. He was the Campaign Chair of United Way of King County’s 2003/04 Annual Campaign. Lincoln is also a board member of The Washington Roundtable and serves on the boards of ArtsFund and the Bellevue Boys & Girls Club. 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 General’s 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.

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

CHUCK ARMSTRONG

Chuck Armstrong was named President and Chief Operating Officer of the Seattle Mariners on June 29, 1992. Armstrong was previously president of the Mariners from 1983 to 1989 and 2012 is his 27th season as President of the Mariners. He also served as Interim Athletic Director for the University of Washington in 1991. Armstrong is active in several Major League Baseball committees, including serving on the board of directors of MLB Enterprises, Inc., the 14 member Commissioner’s Special Committee for On-Field Matters, MLB International Committee and the Commissioner’s Ticketing Review Committee. Born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, Armstrong earned a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering in 1964 from Purdue University where he was recognized as Outstanding Senior Man. He graduated from Stanford University Law School in 1967 and then served over three years on active duty in the U.S. Navy. Following his tour in the Navy, Armstrong joined a major Los Angeles law firm in 1970. From 19771980 he was president of a leading national furniture manufacturer and importer. From 1980 to 1983, he served as president and chief executive officer of Arnel Management, an Orange County, CA, real estate investment company. Armstrong and his wife, Susan, make their home in Medina. They have three children: daughters Dorrie (husband Ryan Schneider) and Katherine (husband Mark Hochstetler); and a son, Chuck. The Armstrongs also have three grandchildren: twin granddaughters, Emerson and Mallory, and a granddaughter Audrey. The Armstrongs are active in numerous civic, charitable and educational activities.

President & Chief Operating Officer

JOHN ELLIS

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. Community 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. In June 1999, Ellis was unanimously elected to the MLB Executive Council. He’s currently a member of the International, Ownership and Compensation & Finance Committees of MLB and chair of the BELP II 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 variously 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
JACK ZDURIENCIK
Executive Vice President & General Manager, Baseball Operations Jack Zduriencik (zur-EN-sik) was named Seattle Mariners GMs
as the eighth General Manager in Seattle Lou Gorman .................. 1977-80 Mariners history after being hired on Oct. Dan O’Brien ................... 1981-83 22, 2008. Hal Keller ....................... 1984-85 In his first year on the job, he re-or- Dick Balderson .............. 1986-88 ganized the Mariners Baseball Operations, Woody Woodward ......... 1988-99 Scouting and Player Development staffs, added talent to both the Pat Gillick ...................... 2000-03 Major League and minor league rosters and hired a new manager Bill Bavasi ...................... 2004-08 and coaching staff all resulting in the Mariners vaulting from 61 Jack Zduriencik............2009wins in 2008 to 85 wins in 2009. He was recognized for his accomplishments with the Andrew “Rube” Foster Legacy Award from the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum recognizing the Executive of the Year. His first trade with the Mariners was a three-team, 12-player deal in which Seattle acquired seven players from the New York Mets and Cleveland Indians, including starting center fielder Franklin Gutierrez. His

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moves since that first trade were all built around his goal of accumulating talent in the Mariners Major League and minor league system. In 2010, eight of the Mariners nine minor league affiliates advanced to post-season play, a concrete example of the improved talent level in the organization.
Zduriencik spent nine seasons with the Milwaukee Brewers (1999-2008). He was promoted to Vice President – Special Assistant to the G.M. for Player Personnel on Jan. 15, 2008. He spent the previous two years (2006-2007) as Special Assistant to the G.M./Director of Amateur Scouting after being hired by the Brewers as Director of Scouting on Oct. 25, 1999. He is credited with helping to re-stock the Brewers minor league system with talent through the draft. Following the 2007 season, Zduriencik was named Executive of the Year by Baseball America, becoming the first non-GM to ever win the award. A 27-year veteran in Major League Baseball, Zduriencik worked with four MLB organizations prior to joining the Mariners. In addition to the Brewers, Zduriencik was Director of International Scouting & Special Assistant to the GM for the LA Dodgers in 1999. Zduriencik spent two stints with the New York Mets, beginning his career in New York as an area scout (1983-89), scouting crosschecker (1990, 1994-95), Minor League Operations Director (1996-97) and Special Assistant to the GM (1998). He also worked as the Mets Advance Scout during its playoff runs in 1986 and 1988. Between stints in New York, Zduriencik was Director of Scouting for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1991-93. Prior to beginning his work in Major League Baseball, Zduriencik coached football and baseball at Clairton High School in Pittsburgh from 1977-80 and at Tarpon Springs High School in Florida from 198082. He coached football and baseball at the collegiate level at Austin Peay State University (Clarksville, TN) from 1975-77. Jack and his wife, Debbie, reside in Bellevue, WA. They have one adult daughter, Kimberly, who is a nurse in Pittsburgh. Zduriencik has a bachelor’s degree in education from Cal-State Pennsylvania and a Masters Degree in physical education from Austin Peay State University. He is a member of the Pennsylvania American Legion Hall of Fame and the Lawrence County (PA) Hall of Fame.

JEFF KINGSTON

Jeff Kingston is entering his third full season with the Mariners after being hired as Assistant General Manager on Sept. 17, 2009. Kingston spent the previous nine seasons working with the San Diego Padres. Jeff assists Jack Zduriencik in all player acquisitions, contract negotiations and player evaluations. He is also actively involved with roster, payroll and budget management. 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 November, 2002, a position he held until being hired by the Mariners. Kingston and his wife, Carrie, reside in Mercer Island, WA, with their son Cole. Jeff is a 1999 graduate of Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA, where he earned a degree in Economics.

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BASEBALL OPERATIONS (continued)

BOB ENGLE

Bob Engle was promoted to his current position in September, 2007. He was named Director of International Operations in October, 2004. Bob oversees all aspects of the Mariners international scouting, including spending considerable time each season working in Latin America. All of the Mariners International Scouts report directly to Engle. Bob was originally hired by the Mariners as Sr. Advisor to the VP & GM of Baseball Operations on Jan. 28, 2000. Bob, who helped scout and sign four Cy Young Award winners in his career, was voted the East Coast Scout of the Year in 2011. Prior to joining the Mariners, Engle had spent the previous 24 years with the Toronto Blue Jays. Originally hired in 1976 as the Eastern Scouting Supervisor, he was promoted to Eastern Regional Scouting Director in 1982 and to Director of Scouting in 1990. As Director of Scouting he was responsible for all of the Blue Jays scouting activities, as well as their June draft preparations. Engle was promoted to Assistant General Manager on June 14, 1995 and named Sr. Advisor, Baseball Operations on February 28, 1997. Engle was also responsible for overseeing all the Jays Latin American operations beginning in 1996. He began his career in professional baseball when he was hired as the Midwest scouting supervisor by the Baltimore Orioles in 1974. Engle graduated from Cornwall (PA) High School in 1964. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Hall of Fame (Central PA chapter). After serving three years in the US Army in Karlsruhe, Germany he attended Mesa College (Grand Junction, CO) in 1969-1970, transferring to the University of Colorado, Boulder graduating in 1973. Bob was named to the NJCAA Golden Anniversary Team, JUCO Tournament in May, 2007. Engle and his wife Barbara reside in Tampa, FL. They have three daughters: Melisa, Amy and Jennifer and two grandchildren: Joseph and Sophia.

Vice President, International Operations

TONY BLENGINO

Tony Blengino joined the Mariners front office as a Special Assistant to the General Manager on Nov. 10, 2008. Tony oversees the Mariners statistical analysis for player evaluation on amateur, minor league and Major League players, as well as overseeing the club’s Major League advance scouting staff. Tony works closely with Jack Zduriencik and assists in all aspects of baseball operations. Blengino spent six seasons (2003-08) with the Milwaukee Brewers organization, including the last three years as the assistant scouting director under Zduriencik. In that position, he assisted the scouting director in all aspects of amateur scouting and was responsible for scouting in Canada and the independent leagues. Prior to joining the Brewers in 2003, Blengino was a Certified Public Accountant and served as the CFO of the National Kidney Foundation of Delaware Valley in Philadelphia. He also authored the book “Future Stars,” an annual scouting and statistical review of minor league prospects. He is a member of SABR (Society of American Baseball Research). Blengino graduated from St. Joseph’s University in 1985 with a degree in accounting. A native of Magnolia, NJ, Blengino and his wife, Kathleen, reside in Seattle with their two children: Jessica and Anthony.

Special Assistant to the GM - Baseball Operations

TED SIMMONS

Ted Simmons is in his second year with the Mariners organization in 2012. He spent the previous three seasons as a Major League bench coach with San Diego (2009-2010) and Milwaukee (2008). Simmons was a Major League Scout & Assistant to the GM with the Padres from 2002 through 2007. He spent three prior seasons (1999-2001) with San Diego as the Vice President of Baseball Operations. Simmons spent six seasons with the Cleveland Indians as a Major League Scout and Assistant to the General Manager from 1993-1998. Simmons was Senior Vice President & General Manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1992 and 1993. The Pirates won the NL East in 1992. Simmons began his front office career immediately after the conclusion of his playing career, serving as the Director of Player Development with St. Louis from 1988 to 1991. The former switch-hitting catcher played 21 MLB seasons with St. Louis (1968-80), Milwaukee (198185) and Atlanta (1986-88). He was an eight-time All-Star, posting a career .285 batting average with 248 home runs and 1,389 RBI in 2,456 games. He is fourth all-time in RBI by a switch hitter, trailing only Eddie Murray (1,917), Mickey Mantle (1,509) and George Davis (1,437). Ted and wife Maryanne, reside in St. Louis, MO. He graduated from the University of Michigan in 1996. His hobbies include collecting contemporary art, and he is an Emeritus member of the Print Committee at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Ted and Maryanne have two sons: Jon and Matthew.

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FRONT OFFICE

ROGER HANSEN

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 the last nine seasons (2003-2011) as the Mariners Catching Coordinator, overseeing catching throughout the Seattle minor league system. He was the Mariners Major League bullpen coach in 1992, spending the season as the youngest coach in the Majors. He 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, CA, in 1980.

Special Assistant to the General Manager

JOE McILVAINE

Joe McIlvaine is in his first season with the Mariners after being named to his current position on Sept. 19, 2011. McIlvaine spent the previous 14 seasons with the Minnesota Twins (1998-2011), holding a Special Assistant to the GM title since 2000. With Minnesota he was involved in all facets of scouting, including Major League coverage, minor league and amateur. He was also active in the Twins international scouting, especially in the Dominican Republic. McIlvaine was the New York Mets Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations from July 1993 thru July 1997. He was the Executive Vice President, Baseball Operations & General Manager of the San Diego Padres from October 1990 until moving to the Mets in 1993. Prior to being hired by the Padres, McIlvaine spent a decade (Nov. 1980-Oct. 1990) with the Mets. He served as Director of Scouting, Assistant Vice President, Director of Player Personnel and later Vice President, Baseball Operations. From 1984-90, the Mets finished either first or second, won two NL East Titles, and the 1986 World Series. McIlvaine began his career as a territorial scout for Baltimore from 1974-76. From 1977-78 he scouted the East Coast, South and Latin America for the California Angels, and from 1979-80 he worked with Milwaukee. McIlvaine, who speaks Spanish, graduated with a degree in Philosophy and a minor in Classics, from St. Charles Seminary in Philadelphia. He played five seasons (1969-73) in the Detroit Tigers minor league system as a right-handed pitcher.

Special Assistant to the General Manager

KEN MADEJA

Ken Madeja is in his sixth season as a special assistant to the General Manager, after spending the previous 20 seasons as a scout in the Mariners organization. He focuses on scouting at all levels, pro, amateur and international. In 2011, he took on additional responsibilities as Central Division Supervisor for pro scouting. Madeja began scouting for Seattle in 1988, and has made a specialty of scouting and signing Major League quality pitchers, including J.J. Putz, Derek Lowe, Matt Mantei and Matt Thornton, among others. He was promoted to Midwest Coordinator on Nov. 3, 2005 after serving as an area scout in the Midwest prior to that. Prior to joining the Mariners organization, Madeja was a scout with Detroit for 10 years, where he scouted and signed John Smoltz, Scott Aldred, Chris Hoiles and others. He has signed 16 big league players. Madeja was named the Mariners Scout of the Year in 2003. Madeja played at Wayne State University in Detroit from 1971-74, where he set 10 school hitting records. He is a member of the Wayne State Hall of Fame. He graduated in 1975. He resides in Novi, MI, with his wife Deborah. They have two children, Mark and Lauren, and two grandchildren.

Special Assistant to the GM - Pro/Amateur Scouting

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PETE VUCKOVICH

Pete Vuckovich (voo-koh-vich) is in his first season with the Mariners, after being named to his current position on Sept. 16, 2011. Vuckovich returned to his role of Special Assistant to the General Manager with Pittsburgh in 2001, a position he kept under three different General Managers. He was the the Pirates Major League pitching coach for four seasons from 1997-2000. Pete spent two seasons (1994-95) as a Special Assistant to the GM in Pittsburgh and was promoted to Assistant GM/Director of Player Personnel for the Pirates in 1996. He originally joined the Pirates organization as their minor league pitching coordinator in 1992, a post he held through the 1993 season. Pete worked as an analyst on Milwaukee Brewers telecasts from 1989 to 1991. Vuckovich pitched for 11 seasons in the Major Leagues after being selected by Chicago (AL) in the third round of the 1974 June Draft. He appeared in the Majors with the White Sox (1975-76), Toronto (1977), St. Louis (1978-80) and Milwaukee (1981-86). Vuckovich won the American League Cy Young Award after posting an 18-6, 3.34 mark in 30 starts with the Brewers in 1982. Vuckovich graduated from Conemaugh Valley (PA) high school where he was a three-sport (football, basketball, baseball) star. He played baseball at Clarion (PA) State College where he was all-conference for three seasons and NAIA All-American in 1974. He portrayed Yankees first baseman Clu Heyward in the motion picture Major League.

Special Assistant to the General Manager

CHRIS GWYNN

Chris Gwynn is in his first season as the Mariners Director of Minor League Operations after being hired by Seattle on Nov. 1, 2011, but already in his 28th year of working in Major League Baseball. Chris was the Director of Player Personnel for San Diego in 2010 and 2011 prior to joining Seattle, capping a 15-year run in the Padres baseball operations department. Gwynn worked in scouting for the Padres from 2000-2009, serving as a pro scout (2006-2009), West Coast cross checker on amateur players (2003-2005) and as an area supervisor (2000-2002). He spent 1997-2000 in the San Diego Padres City Program in Los Angeles, Houston and Atlanta, working to uncover talent in traditional inner city schools that normally received minimal exposure. Gwynn played in the Major Leagues with San Diego (1996), Los Angeles (NL, 1994-95, 1987-91) and Kansas City (1992-93) after being a first round (10th overall) selection of the Dodgers in the 1985 Draft. Chris was a two-time All-American (1984 and 1985) at San Diego State. He set the NCAA singleseason record for hits in a season (137) and was a Golden Spikes finalist in 1985. Chris and his wife, Jo Ann, are the parents of two children: Joshua (24) and Maya (20).

Director, Minor League Operations

TOM McNAMARA

Tom McNamara was named Director, Amateur Scouting for the Mariners on Nov. 10, 2008. He is responsible for overseeing the Mariners scouting operation, including preparation for the June Draft. In 2009, Seattle had three of the first 33 picks, including #2 overall selection Dustin Ackley. Eight of the Mariners nine minor league clubs, stocked with McNamara draft picks, advanced to the post-season in 2010. Two picks (Dustin Ackley and Kyle Seager) from his ‘09 draft have already advanced to the Majors. McNamara returned to his baseball roots with the Mariners. He was previously an area scout for the Mariners from 1994-2000, covering the Northeast, and signing, among others, Kevin Gryboski and Brian Sweeney. McNamara also played one season in the Mariners organization, appearing in 50 games for the Bellingham Mariners in 1988. McNamara has 17 years of experience as a full-time scout. He spent the 2008 season as the Milwaukee Brewers East Coast cross checker. He previously served as a pro scout with the San Diego Padres for five seasons (2003-07). As an area scout for the Brewers during the 2001-02 seasons, McNamara scouted and signed three Major Leaguers, including All-Star first baseman Prince Fielder. Following his playing career, McNamara coached at Rockland Community College in Suffern, NY. McNamara is a Pearl River, NY, native. He attended Dominican College in New York and set the NY State College record for stolen bases in a season with 71 in 1988. He was inducted into the Rockland Hall of Fame in January, 2012. McNamara is single, and resides in Seattle.

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FRONT OFFICE

RON SPELLECY

Ron Spellecy is in his 15th 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 club’s travel requirements, travels on every trip and is responsible for Seattle’s spring training camp in Arizona, including the spring training schedule. Spellecy was previously Executive Director of the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority 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 Communications in 1968. He resides in Renton, WA, with his wife, Cynthia. He has two adult sons: Sean and Ryan.

Director, Team Travel

HIDE SUEYOSHI

Hide Sueyoshi is in his fifth season since being promoted to his current position in September, 2007. He joined the Mariners Scouting department in January, 1998. He worked in the International Operations and scouting department of the Orix Baseball Club in Kobe, Japan from 1990-97. A native of Osaka, Japan, his current duties include assisting Bob Engle in international scouting, including the Mariners academies in the Dominican Republic and Venezuela. He also works with Chris Gwynn on all aspects of the Mariners minor league system. Sueyoshi’s duties with Orix included interpreting, working as a liaison between Japan baseball and other countries, and negotiating contracts with foreign players. Sueyoshi graduated from Kinki University in Osaka with a degree in corporate law in 1987 and earned a B.S. in history from the University of Oregon in 1990. He and his wife, Yoko, reside in Bellevue with their three children: sons, Kenta and Tomoya and daughter Rina.

Director, Minor League and International Administration

E. Edward Khalfayan, MD, Medical Director Mitchel Storey, DO, Team Physician
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 a 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. 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.

MARINERS MEDICAL STAFF

MARINERS HALL OF FAME MEMBERS
The four current members of the Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame are Alvin Davis (1997), Dave Niehaus (2000), Jay Buhner (2004) and Edgar Martinez (2007). Randy Johnson and Dan Wilson will be inducted this summer in a ceremony on July 28, 2012. The Mariners Hall of Fame was created to honor the players, staff and other individuals that greatly contributed to the history of the franchise.

Alvin Davis 1997

Dave Niehaus 2000

Jay Buhner 2004

Edgar Martinez 2007

Randy Johnson 2012

Dan Wilson 2012

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EXECUTIVES
BOB AYLWARD
A veteran of over 36 years in Major League Baseball, Bob Aylward joined the Mariners in June, 1997 as Vice President of Business and Sales. He was promoted to Executive Vice President in December of 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 department. He currently serves as the President of the Board of Directors for the non-profit organization Global Health Nexus - Seattle. Aylward also serves on the Metropolitan Seattle Chamber of Commerce and the Seattle Sports Commission Board of Directors. Before the Mariners, Aylward served as business affairs consultant with the Tampa Bay Rays for two years, planning and developing the team’s 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 president 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 University’s graduate program for sports administration. Aylward resides in Mercer Island, with his wife, Elizabeth. They have two daughters, Laura and Caitlin.

Executive Vice President, Business Operations

KEVIN MATHER

Kevin Mather was named the Mariners Vice President of Finance and Administration on July 31, 1996 and promoted to his current position in December, 1999. Mather’s responsibilities include accounting and financial reporting, ticket services, procurement, technology services, concessions and the day-to-day operations of Safeco Field. He also oversees the Mariners five retail locations, as well as “other events” held at Safeco Field. During the 2006 off-season, Kevin was recognized by the Puget Sound Business Journal as a nominee for CFO of the Year. Mather joined the Mariners after serving as VP of Finance for the Minnesota Twins for four and a half years. He started with the Twins as director of finance in November 1989 and was promoted to VP in April of 1992. Before his career in baseball, Mather was with the Certified Public Accounting firm of Deloitte, Haskins & Sells for four years. He spent the previous year with The Bellfonte Company in Minneapolis. A native of Madison, WI, he’s a 1984 graduate of the Univ. of Wisconsin where he received his B.A. degree in accounting and risk/insurance. He’s involved on the Board of Junior Achievement of Washington. Kevin’s hobbies include coaching youth hockey & baseball, the Green Bay Packers and his family. He resides in Issaquah with his wife, Shannon, and three sons: J.P., David and Steven.

Executive VP, Finance & Ballpark Operations

BART WALDMAN

Bart Waldman joined the Mariners front office on Jan. 1, 2006. For the prior 13 seasons, he served as the Mariners principal outside counsel while a partner at the Perkins Coie law firm in Seattle. Bart is responsible for overseeing all of the club’s legal affairs, both in the baseball and business areas, and oversees government relations at the federal, state and local levels and the Mariners relationship with its landlord, the Public Facilities District. Bart was instrumental in the negotiations to build Safeco Field and the Mariners spring training complex in Peoria, AZ. Waldman joined the Perkins Coie law firm in 1978, where he specialized in sports, and labor and employment law. While in private practice, Bart was listed as one of The Best Lawyers in America by that publication 14 consecutive years, and as one of Washington’s “Superlawyers.” A native of Connecticut, Bart graduated from Harvard College in 1970, where he played baseball, and received his law degree in 1978 from Georgetown University, where he was selected for law review. He worked as a speech writer, legislative analyst and lobbyist in Washington, DC from 1970-78. Bart continues to coach and play adult baseball in the Puget Sound Senior Baseball League, and has helped pitch local all-star teams to senior league national championships for the last 7 years. He has also served on the governing bodies of the Downtown Seattle Association and the Seattle Police Foundation Waldman resides in Seattle with his wife, Nancy. They have two daughters, Marcy and Tracy.

Executive VP, Legal & Governmental Affairs

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FRONT OFFICE

Randy Adamack has been with the Mariners for 34 of their 35 seasons and has served as Vice President of Communications since September, 1990. Adamack directs the club’s broadcasting, public information and public relations efforts. Randy was honored with the Fishel Award for Public Relations Excellence in Dec., 2005. The award goes to the “active, non-uniformed representative of Major League Baseball whose ethics, character, dedication, service, professionalism and humanitarianism best represent the standards propounded by Robert O. Fishel.” In 2001, Adamack organized the local efforts for Major League Baseball’s 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.

Vice President, Communications

JOE CHARD

Joe Chard is in his 22nd season with the Mariners, his 11th since being promoted 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 of 1990. He was instrumental in establishing Mariners Care, the club’s 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 players to hospitals, schools and youth organizations throughout the Northwest. Joe was promoted to Director 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, WA, with his wife, LisaJo, and children: AshLee and Creed.

Vice President, Corporate Business & Community Relations

SCOTT JENKINS

Scott Jenkins is entering his sixth season as the Vice President of Ballpark Operations for the Mariners where he is responsible for operating and managing Safeco Field. Scott has helped make Safeco Field a model for sustainable practices and serves as the board chair of the Green Sports Alliance. Previously, Jenkins spent three years with the Philadelphia Eagles, where he opened and managed Lincoln Financial Field. From 1997-2002, Scott served as V.P. of Stadium Operations for the Milwaukee Brewers, where he opened Miller Park. Scott was the Director of Facilities and Events for Athletics at the University of Wisconsin, and was involved in the design and construction of the Kohl Center. A native of Kenosha, WI, Jenkins graduated from Wisconsin in 1986 with a degree in Construction Administration, and earned his Executive MBA from the University of Washington in 2009. While at Wisconsin, he was a 5-time All-American in cross country and track, and was a member of the 1982 and 1985 NCAA National Champion Cross Country teams. He resides in Mercer Island, with his wife, Mary and their children: Andrew, Jacob and Margaret.

Vice President, Ballpark Operations

DAVE CURRY

Dave Curry is in his 15th season with the Mariners, his fifth since being promoted to VP, Information Services in December, 2007. His responsibilities include overseeing all of the technology needs for the Mariners and their facilities, including the data and phone networks, datacenters, computers and applications, PBX and IP phone systems, and the audio and video systems. Curry was originally hired in March, 1998 as the club’s Network Manager to help design and build Safeco Field’s technology infrastructure as well as update the Mariners existing computer environment. He was promoted to Director of Information Services in 2001 and to Sr. Director in 2006. Prior to joining the Mariners, Dave began his career with AccessOne as a network and sales engineer. A native of Seattle, WA, Dave attended the University of Nevada Reno. He resides in Snoqualmie with his wife, Trina and their two children: daughter Delaney and son Deklan.

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TIM KORNEGAY

Tim Kornegay is in his 18th season with the Mariners, his eighth since being promoted to VP, Finance in 2004. His responsibilities include managing the club’s financial reporting, budgeting, banking, tax return and projections. Tim also manages the Mariners relationship with Centerplate, Safeco Field’s concessionaire, and is responsible for the operations of the ticket office and parking garage. Kornegay was originally hired in Feb., 1995 as the club’s 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 & Lybrand’s 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, WA, with his wife, Beth and children Ted and Jane.

Vice President, Finance

KEVIN MARTINEZ

Kevin Martinez is in his 21st season with the Mariners, his 11th since being promoted to Vice President of Marketing in December of 2001. Martinez oversees the Mariners marketing and promotions activities, including branding, advertising, social media, 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 club’s Promotions Manager in 1990. He was promoted to Director of Promotions in 1993. Kevin was the Boston Celtics Director of Promotions & Special 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 Communications at Syracuse University. He is on the Advisory Board for Central Washington University’s Northwest Center for Sports Business. He resides in Seattle.

Vice President, Marketing

MARIANNE SHORT

Marianne Short is in her 14th season with the Mariners, her 11th since being promoted to Vice President of Human Resources in October, 2000. Short was the first female VP in Mariners history. She oversees all aspects of the Mariners human resources, including worker’s compensation, benefits administration, payroll and all hiring decisions for the front office and day of game staff. Marianne was originally hired as Director of Human Resources by the club in October of 1998. Short previously spent 15 years in the human resources department for Macy’s Department Store, including the final four years as its VP of Labor and Employee Relations. A native of Tacoma, WA, Short attended Central Washington University. She serves on the Board for the Seattle Goodwill and the University of Washington (Bothell) Business Advisory Board. She resides in Tacoma with her husband, Jeff. They have two grown children, Shay and Shannon and three grandchildren, Tia, Tally and Torree.

Vice President, Human Resources

FRANCES TRAISMAN
Frances Traisman is in her 17th season with the Mariners, her fifth since being promoted to VP, Sales in December, 2007. Her responsibilities include oversight of all aspects of Mariners ticket sales and customer service, including season tickets, suites, groups and online initiatives. Traisman was originally hired 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 the 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, WA, with her husband, Clifford, and their three sons: Quinn, Leo, Ellis and daughter, Nora.

Vice President, Sales

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RHP Felix Hernandez has combined to go 46-31 with a 2.73 ERA over the last 3 seasons.

THE MANAGER
ERIC WEDGE (22)
POSITION: Manager, former catcher AGE: 44 BORN: 1-27-68 in Ft. Wayne, IN BATTED: Right THREW: Right NAMED MANAGER: Oct. 18, 2010

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2011: • Named the 18th manager (15th fullWEDGE’s RECORD AS time) in Mariners history on Oct. 18, 2010. MANAGER • Posted a 65-97 (.401) mark in debut YEAR CLUB LG W L PCT. FINISH season with Seattle despite having 1998 Columbus S. Atlantic 59 81 .421 4th/3rd 12 players make their MLB debuts, 1999 Kinston * Carolina 79 58 .577 1st/2nd 2000 Akron Eastern 75 68 .524 3rd and playing 18 rookies. International 91 51 .641 1st 2001 Buffalo ** • Rookie pitchers accounted for 2002 Buffalo *** International 87 57 .604 2nd 23 wins, 60 starts and 79 relief 2003 CLEVELAND AL 68 94 .420 4th 2004 CLEVELAND AL 80 82 .494 3rd appearances. 2005 CLEVELAND AL 93 69 .574 2nd • Rookie hitters were responsible for AL 78 84 .481 4th 2006 CLEVELAND 1,352 at-bats, 332 hits, 39 homers 2007 CLEVELAND AL 96 66 .593 1st and 158 RBI. 2008 CLEVELAND AL 81 81 .500 3rd 2009 CLEVELAND AL 65 97 .401 4th • Won his first two games as Manager 2011 SEATTLE AL 65 97 .401 4th (April 1 & 2 at Oakland), just fifth 626 670 .483 -Major League Totals manager in club history to win his Minor League Totals 391 315 .554 *Carolina League playoffs; Named Manager of the Year first two contests. **International League playoffs; Baseball America & I.L. Manager of the Year • Collected career win #600 June 26 ***International League finals; The Sporting News Manager of the Year “at” Florida in Safeco Field. POSTSEASON RECORD • Ejected 4 times during 2011 season. YEAR CLUB SERIES W L PCT. OPPONENT • Inducted into the Cape Cod League 2007 CLEVELAND ALDS 3 1 .750 vs. NYY Hall of Fame in November. CLEVELAND ALCS 3 4 .429 vs. BOS PERSONAL: Eric Michael Wedge… Post-Season Totals 6 5 545 resides in Mercer Island, WA…Eric and his wife, Kate, have a daughter, WEDGE’s MANAGING & Ava Catherine (4/17/2006) and a COACHING CAREER son, Dalton Cash (2/18/2008)… 2011SEATTLE MARINERS Manager attended Northrop High School in 2003-09 CLEVELAND INDIANS Manager Ft. Wayne, IN, and was a member Buffalo (AAA) Manager 2001-02 of its state championship baseball 2000 Akron (AA) Manager 1999 Kinston (A) Manager team in 1983…inducted into the 1998 Columbus (A) Manager Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame in January 2007…inducted into the Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame in October 2008… inducted into the Cape Cod League Hall of Fame in November, 2011…was a first-team All-America catcher at Wichita State University where he was a member of the Shockers 1989 National Championship team…he hit .380 for the Shockers in 1989, led the NCAA in walks and total bases and finished 2nd in runs, RBI, and home runs…Wedge’s performance earned him first-team All-America honors, the Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year award and he was runner-up to Ben McDonald for the Rotary Smith Award for College Baseball Player of the Year…has been very involved in community service in Seattle, including serving as chair of the Mariners Refuse to Abuse campaign, and taking an active part in Mariners Care programs, as well as working in his hometown of Fort Wayne…was very active in Cleveland (participating and donating time at the First Energy Grand Slam Summer Literacy Program, the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, The Providence House, The Woman’s Center of Greater Cleveland, the Cleveland YWCA & the CIC Celebrity Golf Classic, along with several other charitable endeavors). 16

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MANAGERIAL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Owns a career 626-670 (.483) record as a Major League manager in 8 seasons with Seattle (2011-) and Cleveland (2003-09)…counting 5 seasons in the minors is 1,017-985 as a manager (.508)…was 2007 AL Manager of the Year, leading the Indians to Major League-best 96-66 record (tied with BOS)…lost to Boston in 7 games in ALCS…from 2005-08, led the Indians to a 348-300 record (.537), the 7th-best record in the Majors over that span…Indians posted consecutive seasons of double-digit win increases in his first 3 seasons from 2003-05 (68, 80, 93)…the 25game win improvement from 2003-05 was the 2nd-best in MLB over the span…named the Baseball America Minor League Manager of the Year (2001) and The Sporting News Manager of the Year (2002) with AAA Buffalo…made his managerial debut in 1998 with Columbus one year after retiring from baseball. MAJOR LEAGUE MANAGER: Managed seven seasons in the Majors with Cleveland from 2003-2009…compiled a career 561-573 (.495) record in 1,134 games at the helm of the Indians…posted a .500 record in three of seven seasons, including three of last five years…relieved of his duties as Indians manager Sept. 30, 2009, but completed the season (last 6 games)…ranks 5th all-time in Cleveland wins (561) and had the 4th-longest tenure in Indians history…led the Indians to the 2007 ALCS and came within one game of reaching the World Series…named the 2007 AL Manager of the Year, the only Indians skipper to receive the award…Cleveland had the 8th-best winning percentage in the AL with Wedge at the helm…had the 7th-best record in the Majors over 4-year span from 2005-08…in 2009 the Indians were 65-97 (.401) and finished in 4th in the AL Central… season was marred by a slow start and traded defending AL Cy Young Award winner Cliff Lee and All-Star catcher Victor Martinez…in 2008 guided the Indians to an 81-81 (.500) record and 3rd-place finish…in 2007 the Indians posted a Major League-best 9666 record (tied with Boston) and brought home its first Division Championship since 2001 (defeated NYY 3-1)…led the ALCS vs. Boston 3-1, but dropped 3 straight to fall one game short of the World Series…finished 8.0 games ahead of Detroit to win the AL Central…the 96 wins marked the seventh-highest total in franchise history, going 26-9 over the final 35 games…named the American League Manager of the Year by the BBWAA, The Sporting News and Negro League Baseball Museum…one of just four Managers in Indians history to win a playoff series (Speaker, Boudreau & Hargrove)…in 2006 Cleveland finished 6 games under .500 with a 78-84 record, finishing 4th in the AL Central…were 31-20 from Aug. 9-end of the season with a team that finished up the season with 17 rookies…led the Indians to the ninth-highest win total in club history in 2005 with a 93-69 (.574) record, the sixth-best record in MLB…Cleveland narrowly missed the playoffs on the season’s final day…the Indians posted the best record in MLB from July 31-end of the season (39-18)… named runner-up in the AL BBWAA Manager of the Year voting…managed his second full

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MARINERS MANAGERIAL MARKS
Manager Darrell Johnson Maury Wills Rene Lachemann Del Crandall Chuck Cottier * Marty Martinez Dick Williams * Jim Snyder Jim Lefebvre Bill Plummer Lou Piniella Bob Melvin Mike Hargrove John McLaren Jim Riggleman Don Wakamatsu * Daren Brown Eric Wedge
* interim manager

Years 1977-80 1980-81 1981-83 1983-84 1984-86 1986 1986-88 1988 1989-91 1992 1993-2002 2003-2004 2005-7/1/2007 7/2/2007-6/19/2008 6/20/2008-9/28/2008 2009-8/8/10 8/9/2010-10/3/2010 201117

W-L 226-362 26-56 140-180 93-131 98-119 0-1 159-192 45-60 233-253 64-98 840-711 156-168 192-210 68-88 36-54 127-147 19-31 65-97

Pct. .384 .317 .438 .415 .452 .000 .453 .429 .479 .395 .542 .481 .478 .436 .400 .464 .380 .401

WEDGE (continued)
season for the Tribe in 2004 as he led the club to their biggest single season improvement in terms of wins since 1991-92; team was 80-82, 3rd place, 6th best improvement over previous year in MLB…finished sixth in the 2004 AL Manager of the Year voting…named 39th manager of the Cleveland Indians on Oct. 29, 2002…compiled a record 68-94 (.420) in 2003, his first season managing in the big leagues (managed 25 rookies)…became the youngest manager since 1985 in MLB at 35 years, 64 days old on opening day…received votes in the 2003 BBWAA AL Manager of the Year voting (8th place). MINOR LEAGUE MANAGER: Managed in the Indians minor league system for 5 seasons from 1998-2002, compiling a record of 391-315 (.554)…his teams qualified for the playoffs in 3 of 5 seasons…managed the AAA Buffalo Bisons for two seasons (2001-02), guiding the Bisons to consecutive appearances in the International League playoffs and a 178-108 (.622) record…in 2002 he led the Bisons to a record of 87-57 (.604) losing in the IL finals… named The Sporting News Minor League Manager of the Year…in 2001 piloted the Bisons to a modern-day franchise record 91 wins (91-51, .644) and named IL Manager of the Year and Baseball America Triple-A Manager of the Year…in 2000 managed the AA Akron Aeros (Eastern League) to a record of 75-68, just missing the playoffs after forcing a one game playoff at the end of the season…guided A Kinston Indians in 1999 (79-58) to a spot in the Carolina League playoffs and after the season was named Carolina League Manager of the Year…began his managerial career in 1998 at A Columbus (59-81) of the South Atlantic League after concluding his playing career in 1997. PLAYING CAREER: Began his professional career in 1989 after being selected in the 3rd round of the June draft by Boston coming off a National Championship at Wichita State… made his ML debut Oct. 5,1991 with Boston…in 1992 he belted all 5 of his ML homers in 27 games for the Red Sox…selected by Colorado in the November, 1992 expansion draft in the 2nd round…spent most of the 1993 season on the Major League disabled list with an elbow injury…appeared in 9 games at catcher for the Rockies during their inaugural season before signing back with the Red Sox in 1994…made it back to the big leagues for the final time with the Red Sox in 1994…overall spent parts of 4 seasons in the Majors and played professionally for 9 seasons (1989-97)…embarked on his managerial career in 1998 after undergoing 8 surgeries over the course his playing career that ended his career after the 1997 season.

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WEDGE’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB AVG 1989 Elmira .234 New Britain .200 1990 New Britain .227 1991 Winter Haven .238 New Britain .250 Pawtucket .233 BOSTON 1.000 1992 Pawtucket .299 BOSTON .250 1993 Central Valley .304 Colorado Springs .267 COLORADO .182 1994 Pawtucket .286 BOSTON .000 1995 Pawtucket .234 1996 Toledo .235 1997 Scranton-WB .256 Minor Lg Totals .249 AL Totals .240 NL Totals .182 ML Totals .233 G AB R 41 145 20 14 40 3 103 339 36 8 21 2 2 8 0 53 163 24 1 1 0 65 211 28 27 68 11 6 23 6 38 90 17 9 11 2 77 255 44 2 6 0 108 376 52 96 332 61 47 129 25 658 2132 318 30 75 11 9 11 2 39 86 13 H 34 8 77 5 2 38 1 63 17 7 24 2 73 0 88 78 33 530 18 2 20 TB 2B 3B HR RBI 65 6 2 7 22 10 2 0 0 2 107 13 1 5 47 8 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 69 14 1 5 18 1 0 0 0 0 105 9 0 11 40 34 2 0 5 11 16 0 0 3 11 39 6 0 3 13 2 0 0 0 1 144 14 0 19 59 0 0 0 0 0 167 17 1 20 68 148 25 0 15 57 64 8 1 7 36 944 114 6 96 376 35 2 0 5 11 2 0 0 0 1 37 2 0 5 12 SH 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 SF 0 0 5 0 1 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 4 3 26 0 0 0 HB 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 10 0 0 0 BB SO 15 21 5 10 50 54 3 7 0 2 25 26 0 0 32 40 13 18 2 6 16 22 0 4 51 48 1 3 63 96 43 81 22 40 327 453 14 21 0 4 14 25 SB 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 6 0 0 0 CS SLG OBP 1 .448 .306 0 .250 .289 3 .316 .326 0 .381 .333 0 .250 .222 2 .423 .330 0 1.000 1.000 0 .498 .389 0 .500 .370 0 .696 .360 0 .433 .389 0 .182 .182 1 .565 .406 0 .000 .143 3 .444 .345 2 .446 .319 0 .496 .357 12 .443 .347 0 .467 .360 0 .182 .182 0 .430 .340

YOUNGEST MANAGERS IN MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
Manager Mike Matheny Manny Acta Eric Wedge Robin Ventura Joe Girardi Team Birthdate STL 9/22/1970 CLE 1/11/1969 SEA 1/27/1968 CWS 7/14/1967 NYY 10/14/1964 Career Record 0-0 (---) 307-427 (.418) 626-670 (.483) 0-0 (---) 462-348 (.570) 18 Years as MLB Manager 0 5 8 0 5

THE COACHES
MIKE BRUMLEY (29)
POSITION: First Base Coach, baserunning, outfield, former infielder AGE: 49, turns 50 on April 9 BORN: 4-9-62 in Oklahoma City, OK THREW: Right BATTED: Both PERSONAL: Anthony Michael Brumley…attended OKC Southeast High School (197779), graduated BRUMLEY’s MANAGING & Tulsa Union COACHING CAREER High School (‘80).…attended Univ of Texas (Austin) (‘81-83,96), 2010SEATTLE MARINERS Major League First Base Coach 2009 Los Angeles Dodgers Minor League Field Coordinator studied Sport management/ 2008 Los Angeles Dodgers Asst. Minor League Field Coordinator communications…participated Ogden (Rookie) Manager in College World Series (‘812005-07 Texas Rangers Minor League Field Coordinator 2002-04 Salt Lake (AAA) Manager 83), National Champions (‘83), Arkansas Manager 2001 USA baseball (‘82), 27th World 2000 Chicago (AL) Minor League Bunting Instructor Championships - Seuol, Korea South Bend (A) Manager 1999 1998 Tucson (Rookie) Manager (bronze medal)…father, Mike, began Rio Grande Valley (Ind) Manager 1997 12 year professional career 1957, YEAR CLUB LG W L PCT. FINISH with Dodgers, Senators, and Astros. Arizona 24 31 .436 4th 1998 Tucson MANAGING/COACHING 1999 South Bend Midwest 68 71 .489 3rd Texas 66 70 .485 1st 2001 Arkansas* CAREER: Entering his 15th 2002 Salt Lake** PCL 78 66 .542 1st season as a coach and PCL 68 75 .476 3rd 2003 Salt Lake in his 3rd as a big league 2004 Salt Lake PCL 56 88 .389 4th Pioneer 42 33 .560 2nd 2008 Ogden*** coach, all 3 as the Mariners Minor League Totals 402 434 .481 1st base coach…also works *In 2001, was 5-1 in the postseason, defeated Wichita 3-1 in the semifinals; with Seattle’s base runners and defeated Round Rock 2-0 to win the Texas League Championship (halted by 9/11). **In 2002, was 4-3 in the postseason, defeated Oklahoma RedHawks 3-0; lost to outfielders…spent 2009 season the Edmonton Trappers 1-3 in PCL Championship. as Dodgers minor league field ***In 2008 was 1-2 in the postseason, losing to Orem in the first round. coordinator…was Dodgers asst. minor league field coordinator in 2008, and managed Ogden (Rookie)…Texas Rangers minor league field coordinator for 3 seasons (‘05-07)…spent 4 years managing in Anaheim system; managed AAA Salt Lake (2002-04) appearing in PCL Championship Series…led Arkansas (AA) to Texas League Title in 2001…spent 2000 season as a roving minor league instructor with White Sox…was manager in South Bend (A) in 1999 after spending 1998 as manager in Tucson in the Arizona League. PLAYING CAREER: 14-year career, including parts of 8 years at Major League level, with Seattle (‘90), Cubs (‘84-87), Detriot (‘89), Boston (‘83, 90-91), Houston (‘93, 95-96), Oakland (‘94), San Diego (‘88) and Florida (‘94)…played winter ball with San Juan Metros (‘87-88).
YEAR CLUB 1983 Winter Haven 1984 Midland New Britain 1985 Pittsfield 1986 Iowa 1987 Iowa CHICAGO (NL) 1988 Las Vegas 1989 Toledo Detroit 1990 Calgary SEATTLE 1991 Pawtucket BOSTON 1992 Pawtucket BOSTON 1993 Tucson HOUSTON 1994 Tacoma Edmonton OAKLAND 1995 Tucson HOUSTON 1996 Tucson Minor League Totals ML Totals AVG G AB R H TB 2B .314 44 153 25 48 65 6 .216 73 255 37 55 90 11 .231 34 121 14 28 38 6 .276 131 460 66 127 187 23 .225 139 458 74 103 164 21 .254 92 319 44 81 129 20 .202 39 104 8 21 30 2 .315 113 425 77 134 173 16 .231 8 26 4 6 12 2 .198 92 212 33 42 54 5 .321 8 28 4 9 10 1 .224 62 147 19 33 46 5 .269 32 108 25 29 47 2 .212 63 118 16 25 30 5 .263 101 365 50 96 134 16 .000 2 1 0 0 0 0 .353 93 346 65 122 163 25 .300 8 10 1 3 3 0 .265 13 49 11 13 22 4 .289 72 263 43 76 135 20 .240 11 25 0 6 6 0 .261 94 330 56 86 138 20 .056 18 18 1 1 4 0 .234 88 278 40 65 102 11 .271 1135 3984 635 1078 1609 204 .206 295 635 78 131 173 17

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BRUMLEY’s PLAYING RECORD
3B HR RBI 4 1 18 3 6 21 2 0 9 14 3 58 5 10 44 5 6 42 2 1 9 7 3 41 2 0 1 2 1 11 0 0 1 4 0 7 2 4 16 0 0 5 5 4 41 0 0 0 8 0 47 0 0 2 1 1 5 3 11 36 0 0 2 10 4 33 0 1 2 7 4 28 78 57 441 8 3 38 SH SF 2 3 1 1 2 1 2 9 5 4 3 2 1 1 3 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 4 0 3 6 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 2 25 41 12 2 HB 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 12 2

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BB SO SB 16 31 4 48 49 5 18 33 3 74 95 29 63 102 35 35 61 27 10 30 7 56 84 41 3 11 1 14 45 8 1 3 3 10 22 2 24 21 8 10 22 2 37 76 14 0 0 0 44 71 24 1 3 0 7 9 3 29 58 5 1 8 0 41 67 17 0 6 1 40 79 9 536 850 228 46 136 20

CS 3 2 0 7 14 10 1 14 0 4 0 0 4 0 6 0 10 1 1 2 0 6 0 3 82 6

SLG .425 .353 .314 .407 .358 .404 .276 .407 .462 .251 .357 .272 .435 .273 .367 .000 .471 .364 .357 .357 .269 .345 .056 .332 .404 .261

OBP .383 .339 .329 .370 .316 .328 .202 .393 .333 .198 .345 .224 .406 .212 .328 .000 .419 .300 .265 .289 .240 .261 .056 .234 .356 .206

CHRIS CHAMBLISS (40)
POSITION: Hitting Coach, former infielder AGE: 63 BORN: 12-26-48 in Dayton, OH BATTED: Left THREW: Right PERSONAL: C h r i s CHAMBLISS’ COACHING/ Chambliss… MANAGING CAREER resides in 2011SEATTLE MARINERS Major League Hitting Coach Alpharetta, GA 2009-2010 Charlotte (AAA) Manager with his wife, Audry…has one son, 2008 Richmond (AAA) Hitting Coach Russell, who played in the Yankees 2004-2006 CINCINNATI REDS Major League Hitting Coach organization from 1997-99… New York Mets Minor League Hitting Coordinator 2003 graduated from Oceanside (CA) 2002 NEW YORK METS Major League Hitting Coach 2001 Calgary (AAA) Manager High School…earned degree in 1996-2000 NEW YORK YANKEES Major League Hitting Coach physical education and recreation 1993-1995 ST. LOUIS CARDINALS Major League Hitting Coach from Montclair State (NJ) College… Richmond (AAA) Manager 1992 also attended Mira Costa JC and 1991 Greenville (AA) Manager UCLA…cousin of former NBA 1989-90 London (AA) Manager 1988 NEW YORK YANKEES Hitting Coach player Jo Jo White. MANAGING/COACHING CAREER: YEAR CLUB LG W L PCT. FINISH Eastern 63 76 .453 6th 1989 London Entering his 2nd season as the 1990 London^ Eastern 76 63 .547 2nd Mariners hitting coach, his 15th 1991 Greenville^^ Southern 88 56 .611 1st/2nd year as a big league hitting coach, 1992 Richmond Intl. 73 71 .507 3rd overall and his 43rd year in pro 2001 Calgary PCL 72 71 .503 2nd Intl. 67 76 .469 4th 2009 Charlotte ball…worked with 26 different 2010 Charlotte Intl. 67 77 .465 4th hitters at the big league level Minor League Totals 506 490 .508 with Seattle in 2011, including 8 ^EL Manager of the Year ^^SL Manager of the Year rookies…was ML hitting coach with New York (AL, 1988, 1996-2000), St. Louis (1993-95), New York (NL, 2002) and Cincinnati (2004-2006)…won 4 World Titles as Yankees hitting coach…compiled a 506-490 (.508) record as a minor league manager in 7 seasons…spent the 2009-10 seasons as AAA Charlotte manager…hitting coach with Richmond (AAA) in 2008…minor league hitting coordinator for Mets in 2003…managed Calgary (AAA) in 2001…Richmond (AAA) manager in 1992…named Manager of the Year in 1991 (with AA Greenville in the Southern League) and 1990 (with AA London in the Eastern League)…began managing career with London in 1989. PLAYING CAREER: Played 17 seasons in the Majors with Cleveland (1971-74), the Yankees (1974-79, 1988) and Atlanta (1980-86), hitting .279 with 185 home runs and 972 RBI in 2,175 games…Rookie of the Year in 1971 after being drafted by Cleveland in the first round (No. 1 overall) of the 1970 January draft…named to 1976 AL All-Star Team…Gold Glove Award winner at first base in 1978…participated in four ALCS and three World Series, winning consecutive titles with the Yankees in 1977-78…hit game-ending home run in Game 5 of the 1976 ALCS vs. Kansas City, sending Yankees to the World Series.
YEAR CLUB 1970 Wichita 1971 Wichita CLEVELAND 1972 CLEVELAND 1973 CLEVELAND 1974 CLEVELAND NEW YORK (AL) 1975 NEW YORK (AL) 1976 NEW YORK (AL) 1977 NEW YORK (AL) 1978 NEW YORK (AL) 1979 NEW YORK (AL) 1980 ATLANTA 1981 ATLANTA 1982 ATLANTA 1983 ATLANTA 1984 ATLANTA 1985 ATLANTA 1986 ATLANTA 1987 1988 NEW YORK (AL) ML Totals AVG .342 .286 .275 .292 .273 .328 .243 .304 .293 .287 .274 .280 .282 .272 .270 .280 .257 .235 .311 H TB 2B 3B HR RBI 131 185 17 8 7 52 12 21 3 0 2 6 114 169 20 4 9 48 136 185 27 2 6 44 156 223 30 2 11 53 22 26 4 0 0 7 97 137 16 3 6 43 171 244 38 4 9 72 188 283 32 6 17 96 172 267 32 6 17 90 171 239 26 3 12 90 155 242 27 3 18 63 170 265 37 2 18 72 110 163 25 2 8 51 144 233 25 2 20 86 125 215 24 3 20 78 100 141 14 0 9 44 40 56 7 0 3 21 38 52 8 0 2 14 -- Did Not Play -.000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .279 2175 7571 912 2109 3140 392 42 185 972

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CHAMBLISS’ PLAYING RECORD
G 105 13 111 121 155 17 110 150 156 157 162 149 158 107 157 131 135 101 97 AB 383 42 415 466 572 67 400 562 641 600 625 554 602 404 534 447 389 170 122 R 60 8 49 51 70 8 38 66 79 90 81 61 83 44 57 59 47 16 13 SH SF 2 3 0 0 2 0 3 4 1 2 0 0 2 2 4 6 1 3 0 5 1 5 1 5 2 4 2 3 0 6 0 3 0 6 0 1 0 1 0 19 HB 2 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 3 2 5 5 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 27 BB 46 4 40 26 58 5 23 29 27 45 41 34 49 44 57 63 58 18 15

SO 62 8 83 63 76 5 43 50 80 73 60 53 73 41 57 68 54 22 24

SB 14 1 2 3 4 0 0 0 1 4 2 3 7 4 7 2 1 0 0 0 40

CS 5 0 0 4 8 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 3 1 3 7 2 0 2 0 35

SLG .483 .500 .407 .397 .390 .388 .343 .434 .441 .445 .382 .437 .440 .403 .436 .481 .362 .329 .426 .000 .415

OBP .412 .348 .341 .327 .342 .375 .282 .336 .323 .336 .321 .324 .338 .343 .337 .366 .350 .307 .384 .000 .334

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0 1 632 926

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CHAMBLISS (continued)
YEAR CLUB, OPP 1976 NYY vs. KC 1977 NYY vs. KC 1978 NYY vs. KC 1982 ATL vs. STL LCS Totals AVG .524 .059 .400 .000 .286

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
G 5 5 4 3 17 AB 21 17 15 10 63 R 5 0 1 0 6 H 11 1 6 0 18 TB 20 1 6 0 27 2B 3B HR RBI 1 1 2 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 10 SH 0 0 0 0 0 SF 1 0 0 0 1 HB 0 0 0 0 0 BB 0 3 0 1 4

SO 1 4 4 0 9

SB 2 0 0 0 2

CS 0 0 0 0 0

SLG .952 .059 .400 .000 .429

OBP .500 .200 .400 .091 .324

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WORLD SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 1976 NYY vs. CIN 1977 NYY vs. LAD 1978 NYY vs. LAD WS Totals AVG .313 .292 .182 .275 G 4 6 3 13 AB 16 24 11 51 R 1 4 1 6 H 5 7 2 14 TB 6 12 2 20 2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 5 SH 0 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 0 HB 1 0 0 1 BB 0 0 1 1 SO 2 2 1 5 SB 0 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 0 SLG .375 .500 .182 .392 OBP .353 .292 .250 .302

JEFF DATZ (28)
POSITION: Third Base Coach, former catcher AGE: 52 BORN: 11-28-59 in Camden, NJ BATTED: Right THREW: Right PERSONAL: Jeffrey William DATZ’s COACHING / D a t z … re s i d e s MANAGING CAREER in Shingle 2011SEATTLE MARINERS Major League Third Base Coach Springs, CA, with his wife, Stacy… 2010 BALTIMORE ORIOLES Major League Bench Coach graduated from Clearview High 2007-2009 CLEVELAND INDIANS Major League Bench Coach 2006 CLEVELAND INDIANS MLB Third Base Coach (1st half) School in Mullica Hill (NJ) in 1978… MLB Bench Coach (2nd half) was an all-conference selection in 2003-05 CLEVELAND INDIANS Major League First Base Coach baseball, and also played football 2002 CLEVELAND INDIANS MLB Bench Coach (1st half) (quarterback and middle linebacker) MLB Third Base Coach (2nd half) 2000-2001 Cleveland Indians Minor League Field Coordinator and basketball…earned BA in 1998-1999 Buffalo (AAA) Manager Health and Physical Education in 1996-1997 Akron (AA) Manager 1982 from Glassboro State College; 1995 Columbus (A) Manager 1994 Watertown (R) Manager was a four-year starter in baseball Watertown (R) Coach 1993 and helped school to NCAA Div. III National Title in 1979…was NCAA YEAR CLUB LG W L PCT. FINISH NY-Penn 48 26 .649 1st 1994 Watertown Div. III All-American in 1982… 1995 Columbus SAL 80 62 .563 3rd/1st drafted by Cincinnati in 1981 but did 1996 Akron Eastern 71 71 .500 3rd not sign…his father, Bill, was also a 1997 Akron Eastern 51 90 .362 5th 1998 Buffalo* International 81 62 .566 1st catcher at Glassboro State, while his 1999 Buffalo International 72 72 .500 4th brothers (Dave and Rich) also played Minor League Totals 403 383 .513 baseball there. *International League Champions. MANAGING/COACHING CAREER: Jeff is in his second season as the Mariners third base coach but his 11th season as Major League coach, overall…also responsible for catchers and running spring training…spent the 2010 season as Baltimore Orioles bench coach…was on Cleveland big league staff for previous eight years, including as bench coach (2007-2009)…began 2006 season as third base coach before moving to bench coach at mid-season…was first base coach for Tribe from 2003-2005…began first big league season (2002) as bench coach before moving to third base when manager changed…spent 2000-01 seasons as Indians minor league field coordinator…manager in Indians system from 1993-1999, including winning International League Title in 1998 with Buffalo (AAA)…began coaching career with Watertown (R) in 1993…was an area scout in Northern California/Northern Nevada in 1991-92. PLAYING CAREER: Was selected by Houston in the 18th round of the June, 1982, draft… spent seven seasons in the Astros minor league system, including spending all of 1988 at Tucson (AAA)…spent most of 1989 season at Toledo (AAA) before reaching Majors with Detroit where he appeared in seven games…spent final year as a player (1990) with Columbus (AAA). 21

DATZ (continued)
YEAR CLUB 1982 Auburn 1983 Columbus Daytona Beach 1984 Auburn Daytona Beach 1985 Columbus (GA) 1986 Tucson Columbus (GA) 1987 Columbus (GA) 1988 Tucson 1989 Toledo DETROIT 1990 Columbus ML Totals AVG .224 .194 .273 .197 .217 .193 .200 .325 .248 .223 .247 .200 .238 .200 G 36 39 47 24 11 53 2 59 121 60 77 7 28 7

DATZ’s PLAYING RECORD
AB 116 124 143 71 23 150 5 191 408 148 247 10 63 10 R 15 15 17 2 5 16 0 26 55 18 26 0 4 0 H 26 24 39 14 5 29 1 62 101 33 61 2 15 2 TB 42 38 54 14 10 43 1 95 146 46 83 2 19 2 2B 3B HR RBI 4 0 4 15 3 1 3 11 9 0 2 19 0 0 0 8 2 0 1 5 5 0 3 13 0 0 0 0 13 1 6 25 21 0 8 42 7 0 2 11 13 0 3 18 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 BB SO 15 24 6 29 13 21 9 15 3 2 7 20 0 3 20 26 30 69 22 30 16 28 1 1 5 9 1 1 SB 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0

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JAIME NAVARRO (47)
POSITION: Bullpen Coach, former pitcher AGE: 43, turns 44 March 27 BORN: 3-27-68 in Bayamon, Puerto Rico BATTED: Right THREW: Right PERSONAL: NAVARRO’s COACHING Jaime Navarro… resides in CAREER Orlando, FL… 2010 Tacoma (AAA) Pitching Coach has two children: Jaime Jr. and 2009 High Desert (A) Pitching Coach Jaycee Lynn…graduated from 2008 Wisconsin (A) Pitching Coach Miami-Dade Community CollegeNew World Center in 1987…father, Julio, pitched in the Majors with Los Angeles (AL, 1962-64), Detroit (1964-66) and Atlanta (1970). MANAGING/COACHING CAREER: In his second 2nd as the Mariners bullpen coach…in 2011, the Mariners bullpen had 3rd-lowest ERA (3.56) in AL, and allowed the fewest HR (32)…spent previous 3 seasons (2008-2010) as a pitching coach in the Mariners minor league system, advancing from Wisconsin (A), to High Desert (high-A) to Tacoma (AAA). PLAYING CAREER: Selected by Milwaukee in the 3rd round of the June, 1987, draft (also selected by Baltimore in both January and June 1986 draft, but did not sign)…pitched professionally from 1987-2003, and appeared in the Majors with Milwaukee (1989-94, 2000), Chicago-NL (1995-96), Chicago-AL (1997-99) and Cleveland (2000)…prior to coaching career, spent three seasons (2004-2006) pitching in Italy with BBC Grosseto, where his 18 wins and 1.76 ERA helped club win the 2004 Italian League and 2005 European Champions League.
YEAR 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 CLUB Helena Stockton El Paso Denver MILWAUKEE Denver MILWAUKEE MILWAUKEE MILWAUKEE MILWAUKEE MILWAUKEE CHICAGO (NL) CHICAGO (NL) CHICAGO (AL) CHICAGO (AL) CHICAGO (AL) MILWAUKEE CLEVELAND Colo. Springs Buffalo Newark W-L 4-3 15-5 5-2 1-1 7-8 2-3 8-7 15-12 17-11 11-12 4-9 14-6 15-12 9-14 8-16 8-13 0-5 0-1 3-2 1-2 11-9 ERA 3.57 3.09 2.47 3.60 3.12 4.20 4.46 3.92 3.33 5.33 6.62 3.28 3.92 5.79 6.36 6.09 12.54 7.98 5.30 4.44 4.09

NAVARRO’s PLAYING RECORD
G 13 26 11 3 19 6 32 34 34 35 29 29 35 33 37 32 5 7 5 12 25 GS 13 26 11 3 17 6 22 34 34 34 10 29 35 33 27 27 5 2 5 2 25 CG --1 1 1 1 3 10 5 5 0 1 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 SHO SV IP H R ER -- -- 85.2 87 37 34 -- -- 174.2 148 70 60 0 0 76.2 61 29 21 0 0 20.0 24 8 8 0 0 109.2 119 47 38 0 0 40.2 41 27 19 0 1 149.1 176 83 74 2 0 234 237 117 102 3 0 246 224 98 91 1 0 214.1 254 135 127 0 0 89.2 115 71 66 1 0 200.1 194 79 73 1 0 236.2 244 116 103 0 0 209.2 267 155 135 0 1 172.2 223 135 122 0 0 159.2 206 126 108 0 0 18.2 34 31 26 0 0 14.2 20 13 13 0 0 35.2 48 26 21 0 0 26.1 36 16 13 1 0 176.0 194 89 80 -- Did Not Pitch -0 0 28.2 46 27 25 0 0 10.0 11 3 3 0 0 124.2 139 62 55 8 2 2055.1 2313 1206 1078 HR 5 6 3 0 6 1 11 18 14 21 10 19 25 22 30 29 6 3 8 1 18

2001 2002 2003 Oaxaca Louisville Newark ML Totals

HB --1 0 1 0 4 6 6 11 4 3 10 3 7 11 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 1 67

BB 18 74 35 7 32 14 41 73 64 73 35 56 72 73 77 71 18 5 6 10 39

SO --78 17 56 28 75 114 100 114 65 128 158 142 71 74 7 9 20 13 133

WP --5 0 3 2 6 10 6 11 3 1 10 14 18 9 1 0 2 0 7 1 0 5 92

BK --1 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6

1-2 0-1 11-5 116-126

7.85 2.70 3.97 4.72

5 2 17 361

5 2 17 309

0 0 3 32

4 0 11 214

5 14 2 4 26 96 690 1113

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ROBBY THOMPSON (6)
POSITION: Bench Coach, former infielder AGE: 49, turns 50 May 10 BORN: 5-10-62 in West Palm Beach, FL BATTED: Right THREW: Right PERSONAL: THOMPSON’s COACHING Robert Randall Thompson… CAREER resides in 2005 CLEVELAND INDIANS Major League Bench Coach Tequesta, FL, with his wife Brenda… (second half) has four children: Kristeena, 2002 CLEVELAND INDIANS Major League First Base Coach 2000-01 SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS Major League First Base Coach Andrew and twin sons Logan and 1999 San Francisco Giants Minor League Roving Tyler…graduated from Forest Hill Infield Instructor (West Palm Beach) H.S. in 1980, where he played basketball and baseball…graduated from West Palm Beach JC in 1982…also attended Florida. MANAGING/COACHING CAREER: Entering his second season as the Mariners bench coach, and his sixth as a big league coach overall…is also responsible for infielders…was Cleveland bench and infield coach during the second half of the 2005 season…Indians first base & infield coach in 2002…began big league coaching career as San Francisco first base & infield coach in 2001 and 2000…began pro coaching career as Giants roving minor league infield instructor in 1999 …spent eight seasons (2003-2010) as Cleveland Indians Special Assistant to the General Manager. PLAYING CAREER: Selected by Oakland (2nd round, January 1982 draft) and Seattle (6th round, June 1982 draft, secondary phase) but did not sign…was selected by San Francisco with their first selection (No. 2, overall) in the secondary phase of the June, 1983 draft…spent his entire ML career playing second base for the Giants, compiling a career average of .257 with 238 doubles, 39 triples, 119 home runs, 458 RBI and 103 steals in 1,304 games…was the Giants Opening Day starter at second base for 11 straight seasons (1986-96)…was a two-time NL All-Star (1988, 1993)…Gold Glove and Silver Slugger winner in 1993…retired in spring of 1997 after going to Indians camp as a non-roster player.

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THOMPSON’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 CLUB Fresno Fresno Shreveport SAN FRANCISCO SAN FRANCISCO SAN FRANCISCO SAN FRANCISCO SAN FRANCISCO SAN FRANCISCO SAN FRANCISCO SAN FRANCISCO SAN FRANCISCO Phoenix # 1995 SAN FRANCISCO 1996 SAN FRANCISCO ML Totals AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI .259 64 220 33 57 79 8 1 4 23 .249 102 325 53 81 116 11 0 8 43 .261 121 449 85 117 178 20 7 9 40 .271 149 549 73 149 203 27 3 7 47 .262 132 420 62 110 176 26 5 10 44 .264 138 477 66 126 183 24 6 7 48 .241 148 547 91 132 219 26 11 13 50 .245 144 498 67 122 195 22 3 15 56 .262 144 492 74 129 220 24 5 19 48 .260 128 443 54 115 184 25 1 14 49 .312 128 494 85 154 245 30 2 19 65 .209 35 129 13 27 45 8 2 2 7 .364 4 11 2 4 6 2 0 0 1 .223 95 336 51 75 114 15 0 8 23 .211 63 227 35 48 76 11 1 5 21 .257 1304 4612 671 1187 1860 238 39 119 458 SH 5 --18 6 14 9 8 11 7 9 5 0 9 3 99 SF 0 --1 0 5 0 3 1 4 4 1 1 0 0 19 HB 1 --5 8 4 13 6 6 8 7 0 0 4 5 66 BB 18 47 65 42 40 40 51 34 63 43 45 15 2 42 24 439 SO SB 62 4 85 21 101 28 112 12 91 16 111 14 133 12 96 14 95 14 75 5 97 10 32 3 4 1 76 1 69 2 987 103 CS 6 --15 11 5 2 4 7 9 4 1 0 2 2 62 SLG .359 .357 .396 .370 .419 .384 .400 .392 .447 .415 .496 .349 .545 .339 .335 .403 OBP .318 --.328 .338 .323 .321 .299 .352 .333 .375 .290 .429 .317 .301 .329

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
YEAR CLUB 1987 SF vs. STL 1989 SF vs. CHI LCS Totals AVG .100 .278 .184 G 7 5 12 AB 20 18 38 R 4 5 9 H 2 5 7 TB 7 11 18 2B 3B HR RBI 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 3 0 1 3 5 SH 0 1 1 SF 0 0 0 HB 1 0 1 BB 5 3 8 SO 7 2 9 SB 2 0 2 CS 2 0 2 SLG .350 .611 .474 OBP .308 .381 .340

WORLD SERIES RECORD
YEAR CLUB 1989 SF vs. OAK YEAR CLUB 1988 NL, Cincinnati 1993 NL, Baltimore AVG .091 AVG G 4 G AB 11 AB R 0 R H 1 H TB 1 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 2 SH 0 SF 1 HB 0 BB 0 BB SO 4 SO SB 0 SB CS 0 CS SLG .091 SLG OBP .083 OBP

ALL-STAR GAME RECORD
TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB Selected, Did Not Participate Due To Injury Selected, Did Not Participate Due To Injury

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CARL WILLIS (48)
POSITION: Pitching Coach, former pitcher AGE: 51 BORN: 12-28-60 in Danville, VA BATTED: Left THREW: Right PERSONAL: Carl Blake Willis…resides in Durham, NC with wife, Rachel, and three children; daughter Alexandria and sons, Daniel and Bryson…a 1979 graduate of WILLIS’ COACHING Piedmont Academy in Providence, CAREER NC where he played baseball and 2010SEATTLE MARINERS Major League Pitching Coach basketball…earned a bachelors 2010 Seattle Mariners Pitching Coordinator degree in park and recreation CLEVELAND INDIANS Major League Pitching Coach 2003-09 management at the University of North 2001-02 Buffalo Bisons (AAA) Pitching Coach 2000 Akron Aeros (AA) Pitching Coach Carolina-Wilmington…played 4 years 1999 Columbus Redstixx (A) Pitching Coach of baseball for the Seahawks and 1998 Burlington Indians (A) Pitching Coach was inducted into the schools Athletic Watertown Indians (R) Pitching Coach 1997 Hall of Fame in 1998…his uncle, Paul Willis, pitched in the New York Giants system in the 1950s…enjoys all spectator sports, especially ACC basketball & the 2005 NCAA National Champion North Carolina Tarheels. MANAGING/COACHING CAREER: In his third season as the Mariners Major League pitching coach after being named to the position on Aug. 9, 2010…in 2011, Mariners staff was 6th in the AL in ERA (3.90) despite using 9 rookie pitchers (including 60 starts)… hired as Seattle’s minor league pitching coordinator in Nov. 2009…was Cleveland Indians pitching coach from 2003-09…spent the previous 13 seasons as a coach in the Indians organization…worked with AL Cy Young Award winner Felix Hernandez for final two months of 2010 season…also tutored Cy Young Award winners Cliff Lee (2008) and CC Sabathia (2007)…in 2007 the Tribe’s starting rotation posted the lowest ERA (4.19) in American League…spent two years as the pitching coach of AAA Buffalo (2001-02)… served as Pitching Coach at the All-Star Futures Game both in 2001 and 2002…began his tenure in the Indians organization in 1997 as pitching coach at Watertown (R) and followed that up with one-year stints at Burlington (A), Columbus (A) and Akron (AA). PLAYING CAREER: Pitched in big leagues over parts of 12 seasons, compiling a record of 22-16 with a 4.25 ERA in 267 games…was an integral member of the 1991 World Series Champion Minnesota Twins bullpen…“Big Train” pitched for Twins from 1991-95, going 8-3 with a 2.63 ERA in 40 appearances in 1991 (26 ER, 89.0 IP)…pitched 2.0 scoreless IP in G#3 of 1991 World Series at Atlanta…overall was 0-0, 5.14 ERA in 4 World Series outings (7.0 IP, 6 H, 4 ER) after not allowing a run in 5.1 IP (3 G) in ALCS…originally selected by Detroit in the 23rd round of the 1983 June draft…made his Major League debut after only one season in the minors in 1984 with the Tigers…also played in the Reds, White Sox, Twins, Angels and Indians organizations.

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WILLIS’ PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L 1983 Bristol 0-1 Lakeland 3-0 Birmingham 3-1 1984 Evansville 5-3 DETROIT 0-2 CINCINNATI 0-1 1985 CINCINNATI 1-0 Denver 4-4 1986 Denver 1-3 CINCINNATI 1-3 1987 Nashville 6-4 1988 CHICAGO (AL) 0-0 Vancouver 4-4 1989 Edmonton 5-7 1990 Colorado Springs 5-3 1991 Portland 1-1 MINNESOTA 8-3 1992 MINNESOTA 7-3 1993 Portland 0-0 MINNESOTA 3-0 1994 MINNESOTA 2-4 1995 MINNESOTA 0-0 Vancouver 2-2 ML Totals 22-16 ERA 3.38 0 3.98 3.73 7.31 3.72 9.22 4.15 4.68 4.47 3.33 8.25 4.22 3.69 6.39 1.64 2.63 2.72 2.25 3.1 5.92 94.5 4.11 4.25 G 2 4 14 40 10 7 11 37 20 29 53 6 40 36 41 3 40 59 2 53 49 3 20 267 GS 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 10 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 16 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 8 0 8 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 4 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 13 IP 2.2 9.2 20.1 60.1 16 9.2 13.2 78 32.2 52.1 83.2 12 64 112.1 98.2 11 89 79.1 4 58 59.1 0.2 35 390 H 0 6 16 59 25 8 21 82 29 54 97 17 77 137 136 5 76 73 6 56 89 5 40 424 R 1 0 9 26 13 4 18 39 22 29 39 12 36 54 80 4 31 25 2 23 48 7 17 210 ER 1 0 9 25 13 4 14 36 17 26 31 11 30 46 70 2 26 24 1 20 39 7 16 184 BB 4 5 7 20 5 2 5 30 16 32 30 7 16 36 32 0 19 11 1 17 12 5 11 115 SO 3 7 13 27 4 3 6 27 16 24 54 6 44 47 42 0 53 45 2 44 37 0 17 222

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LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP RECORD
YEAR CLUB, OPP 1991 MIN vs. TOR W-L 0-0 ERA 0.00 G 3 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 5.1 H 2 R 0 ER 0 HR 0 BB 0 SO 3

WORLD SERIES RECORD
YEAR CLUB, OPP 1991 MIN vs. ATL W-L 0-0 ERA 5.14 G 4 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 7.0 H 6 R 4 ER 4 HR 2 BB 2 SO 2

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JASON PHILLIPS (62)
POSITION: Bullpen Catcher Jason is in his fourth season as the Mariners Major League bullpen catcher and also works closely with advance scouting reports…spent parts of 7 Major League seasons (2001-07) with the New York Mets, Los Angeles Dodgers and Toronto Blue Jays primarily as a catcher and first baseman…originally selected by the Mets in the 24th round of the 1997 June draft out of San Diego State University. Jason Lloyd Phillips resides in Seattle, WA, with his wife, Molly and her son Andrew…graduated from El Capitan (CA) High School in San Diego…received the National League Rookie of the Year Award in 2003 from the Ted Williams Museum and Hitters Hall of Fame…his father Clyde was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds and Kansas City Royals but did not sign…Jason lived in New Castle, Australia from 1999-2000.

TEAM DESIGNATED HITTING
YEAR 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals AVG. .246 .225 .278 .257 .292 .279 .234 .233 .211 .254 .257 .246 .259 .250 .226 .275 .253 .265 .355 .309 .315 .312 .318 .324 .305 .274 .291 .272 .268 .233 .294 .221 .242 .194 .226 .265 AB 609 583 654 608 435 634 586 596 596 594 573 585 633 608 606 628 597 442 519 596 562 568 556 577 577 583 553 607 575 575 609 589 575 582 558 20,328 R 78 70 82 77 53 83 73 89 94 93 93 79 74 68 62 85 86 55 124 134 107 91 99 110 104 77 93 68 73 65 92 58 67 55 48 2,859 H 150 131 182 156 127 177 137 139 126 151 147 144 164 152 137 173 151 117 184 184 177 177 177 187 176 160 161 165 154 134 179 130 139 113 126 5,384 2B 22 21 20 29 17 34 29 20 20 18 18 29 25 25 26 42 25 22 54 50 34 45 38 32 47 35 30 30 22 21 25 20 30 20 29 1,004 3B 2 1 6 2 1 1 0 0 1 6 2 2 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 0 1 2 45 HR 16 17 29 19 19 24 20 31 39 30 34 24 21 23 14 23 19 19 29 32 26 28 25 38 24 23 24 16 14 17 9 15 24 21 9 795 RBI 64 70 106 71 49 77 74 82 105 89 109 80 96 99 91 88 77 63 113 111 113 102 95 149 131 99 107 80 79 65 60 77 78 60 57 3,067 BB 58 76 42 63 33 60 65 95 101 91 103 89 45 72 73 56 85 48 117 128 119 105 104 101 106 89 104 75 56 50 63 39 74 55 69 2,709 SO 89 106 114 98 85 118 114 127 154 150 122 100 114 102 99 87 92 85 89 105 98 100 113 101 106 112 108 138 96 123 66 118 103 69 180 3,881

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BEHIND THE SCENES
RICK GRIFFIN
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Rick Griffin is in his 30th season as only the second athletic trainer in Mariners history. On April 24, 2008, Rick worked his 4,000th regularseason game with the Mariners; he’s missed only six in his 29 years with the club. He begins the year having worked 4,622 regular-season games, and all 34 post-season 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, Rick went to Japan and lectured to the Japanese Baseball Athletic Trainers Society. Rick will be an athletic trainer for the American League All-Star Team in Anaheim in 2010. It will be his fourth All-Star Game (also: 1987, 1995 & 2001 in Seattle). In December of 1989, he was elected as the AL representative of the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society, a position he held for six years. In October 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. He 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.

Head Athletic Trainer

ROB NODINE

Rob Nodine enters his sixth season as an assistant 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 a Athletic Trainer for the Mariners affiliate in the Cal 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 recently was appointed to the PBATS Executive Board as the A.L. Assistant Athletic Trainer representative. 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 resides in Sammamish with his wife, Jennifer, and daughters McKenna and Shelby.

Assistant Athletic Trainer

TAKAYOSHI MORIMOTO
Assistant Athletic Trainer
“Taka” Morimoto is in his ninth season as an assistant athletic trainer. The Kyoto, Japan, native graduated from the Kansai College of Oriental Medicine in Japan. He worked with the Orix Blue Wave as an Athletic Trainer from 1997-2001. Taka spent the 2002 season working as a trainer with the Peoria Mariners as part of an internship before joining the Mariners in 2004. Morimoto and his wife, Kuniko, reside in Kyoto, Japan in the off-season.

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MATT TOTH

Matt Toth begins his first season in the Majors, but his seventh in the Mariners organization. He will work as a part of the athletic training staff, but his focus will be on rehabilitating injured players. Matt is a graduate of John Carroll (OH) University and has an M.S. in Health and Human Performance from Oregon State. Matt spent the 20092011 seasons as the athletic trainer for (AA) Jackson. He was with (A) Wisconsin in 2008, after spending the 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 Albany, OR, with his wife, Annie, and son Alex in the off-season.

Assistant Athletic Trainer - Rehabilitation

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ALLEN WIRTALA

Allen Wirtala begins his 20th season with the Mariners organization, his 18th overseeing the strength and conditioning of the Mariners Major League roster and staff. He is a graduate of Montana State University with a B.S. in Sports Medicine. Allen served as a student trainer from 1989-92 and worked at the Montana Deaconess Medical Center in 1992. He spent the 1993 and 1994 seasons as a trainer with Seattle’s Midwest League affiliate in Wisconsin. The native of Geyser, Montana, is a Certified Athletic Trainer as well as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He is a member of the Professional Baseball Strength and Conditioning Coaches Society. He also serves as a batting practice pitcher. Allen resides in Seattle with his wife, Lyndie, and daughter Alanna Rose.

Major League Performance Specialist

JAMES CLIFFORD

James Clifford is in his 15th season with the Mariners organization, his first since joining the Major League Staff. Spent the past 14 seasons as Sports Science & Performance Coordinator and was responsible for implementing weight training programs at all levels of Seattle’s minor league system. Had a six-year Minor League career, playing in the minor league systems of the Mariners (1992-97) and Tampa Bay (1998). A Seattle native, he graduated from Ingraham High School in 1988, where he was an all-state selection in football and baseball. Was drafted out of high school by the Mariners in 19th round of 1988 draft, but elected to attend the University of Washington where he starred in baseball and football. 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 squad to its first NCAA postseason appearance since 1959. James resides in Peoria, AZ, with wife Kimberley and daughters Kaelyn, Kennedy and Kinley.

Major League Performance Specialist

LONGEST MARINERS GAMES — INNINGS
INN. 20* 20* 19 18 17 17 16 16 16 16 16 DATE 9/3-4/81 4/13-14/82 8/1/00 6/24/04 5/11/84 7/30/98 5/15/78 4/11/82 5/5/91 9/25/92 5/4/04 OPPONENT at Boston at California vs. Boston at Texas at New York vs. Cleveland at Detroit at Oakland (#1) vs. New York at Texas vs. Minnesota 27 W/L W L W L W L L W W W W SCORE 8-7 3-4 5-4 7-9 4-3 8-9 2-4 6-3 5-4 4-3 4-3 TIME 6:01 6:06 5:34 5:47 5:02 5:23 4:30 5:18 5:31 5:08 4:48

*Suspended games

TED WALSH

Ted Walsh is in his 34th year in professional sports and his 10th with the Mariners. Walsh 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. Walsh started working in professional sports as an equipment room assistant in 1979 with the San Francisco 49ers. He became the 49ers Assistant Equipment Manager in 1986 and held that position until 1996. He was with the 49ers for all five of their Super Bowl victories. While with the 49ers, he designed and marketed the “Quik Cleat” tool for quickly changing the cleats on football shoes. Walsh became the Head Equipment/Clubhouse Manager for the Cleveland Indians in 1997. He served as the AL Equipment/Clubhouse Manager for the 1997 All-Star game. Walsh served as the President of the Major League Equipment Manager’s Association from 2005-2007. He was voted Equipment Manager of the Year in 2007 by his peers. He is currently on the selection committee for the MLB-EMA Scholarship Fund for batboys and clubhouse attendants. Ted, who graduated from Diablo Valley College in 1985, worked the springs of 1982-86 with the Milwaukee Brewers. Ted resides in Seattle with his wife, Cybele, son Davis and daughter Sabina.

Equipment Manager

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BILL SEPICH

Assistant Equipment Manager

“Billy” Sepich begins his 18th season with the Mariners organization, his 10th 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.

MARINERS CLUBHOUSE STAFF

Jeff Bopp
5th Year

Chris DeWitt
5th Year

Pete Fortune
23rd Year

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JIMMY HARTLEY
Jimmy Hartley is in his second season with the Mariners after joining the club in January 2011. He spent the previous five seasons (2006-2010) with the Colorado Rockies, four as the assistant video coordinator for the Colorado Rockies and one as an intern. Jimmy’s responsibilities include recording every Mariners game and other Major League games for scouting and training purposes; videotaping Major League players and pitchers during spring training and the regular season; taping minor league players at spring training; and preparing training, highlight and motivational tapes for the Mariners organization. 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 bachelor’s 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.

Video Coordinator

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BOB CHRISTOFFERSON
Bob Christofferson was hired July 1, 2000 as the Mariners head groundskeeper. 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 Northwest’s 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.

Head Groundskeeper

LOWEST SAFECO FIELD ERA
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Felix Hernandez......................... 3.23 (249 ER, 693.1 IP) Doug Fister .....................................3.42 (87 ER, 228.2 IP) Jamie Moyer.................................3.55 (319 ER, 808.0 IP) Jason Vargas ............................. 3.63 (106 ER, 263.0 IP) Paul Abbott ....................................3.65 (84 ER, 207.0 IP)

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HIGHEST SAFECO FIELD BATTING AVERAGE
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Ichiro.................................................. .326 (1,194x3,668) Jose Vidro ................................................ .303 (136x449) Edgar Martinez ...................................... .293 (380x1,298) Yuniesky Betancourt ............................. .288 (300x1,040) Raul Ibañez ........................................... .285 (452x1,587) 29

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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 player’s 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 player’s positive impact on the Northwest community outside the game of baseball; and 3. A player’s 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 give 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 one’s 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 Mariner’s uniform for at least five years, or b) come close to such election and have spent substantially his entire 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. 30

DUSTIN ACKLEY (13)
POSITION: Infielder AGE: 24 BORN: 2-26-88 in Winston-Salem, NC BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 190 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 105 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2014 ACQUIRED: Mariners first round pick (2nd overall) in the 2009 June draft; signed by Mariners scout Rob Mummau 2011: ACKLEY’s CAREER HIGHS • Hit .273 (91x333) with 16 doubles, 7 MOST HITS: 3 — 5 times; triples, 6 home runs and 36 RBI (.348 last 8/29/11 vs. LAA OBP, .417 SLG) in 90 games during MOST HOME RUNS: 1 — 6 times; his rookie campaign. last 9/4/11 at OAK • Finished 6th in AL Rookie of the Year MOST RBI: 3 — 4 times; last 8/1/11 vs. OAK voting, including one first-place vote. MOST STOLEN BASES: 1 — 2 times; • Despite missing first 69 games of the last 8/23/11 G#2 at CLE season, ranked amongst AL rookies LONGEST HITTING STREAK: in several offensive categories: 10 — 8/28-9/6/11 Walks (1st, 40), Triples (7, 2nd), OnCAREER GRAND SLAMS: base Percentage (.348, 2nd), Batting None Average (.273, 5th), RBI (36, 7th), Extra Base Hits (29, T7th), Hits (91, 8th), Multi-Hit Games (22, 9th) and Slugging Percentage (.417, 9th). • Named Mariners MVP by the Seattle chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America…first rookie to win the award since Ichiro (with Boone) in 2001. • Named to Baseball America’s All-Rookie team, along with Mike Carp and Michael Pineda. • Appeared in 86 games at second base (85 GS), recording .984 FLD% (6 E, 375 TC)…also made 2 starts at DH and appeared in 1 game at first base (7/19 at TOR)…made 71 of 87 starts batting No. 3 in the order. • Led team with 7 triples to rank T8th in the AL…ranked 3rd in rookie club history…first rookie to lead Mariners in triples since Danny Tartabull shared team lead with 6 in 1986. • Recorded at least one hit in 64 of 90 games (reached base safely in 72 of 90)…averaged 1.01 H/G, 6th-best in rookie club history. • Made Major League debut June 17 vs. Philadelphia…singled in first career plate appearance off Roy Oswalt…19th Mariner to record a hit in first career plate appearance. • Hit first MLB HR June 18 vs. Philadelphia (off V. Worley); 5th career plate appearance. • Reached base safely via hit or walk in each of his first 13 games, including a 5- (June 1722) and 6-game (June 25-July 3) hitting streak…2nd-longest streak by a Mariner to begin a career (Alvin Davis - 47 G). • Career-high 10-game hitting streak Aug. 28-Sept. 6 (.432/16x37, 2B, 2 3B, HR). • Began season with Tacoma, batting .303 (82x271) with 57 runs, 17 doubles, 3 triples, 9 home runs, 35 RBI, 55 walks, .421 OBP in 66 games…at the time of his recall, led the PCL in walks (55) & at-bats (271), T1st in games played (66), 3rd in hits (82) & runs (57). PERSONAL: Dustin Michael Ackley (ACK-lee)…resides with wife Justine in Lapeer, MI… son of John and Joy Ackley…older brother, Jordan, played college baseball at Lenoir Rhyne…also has a younger sister…father played in the Boston Red Sox organization… ended his career as the top hitter in North Carolina history with a .412 batting average 2011 AL ROOKIE OF THE (346x840)…helped lead Carolina to three YEAR VOTING consecutive trips to the College World Jeremy Hellickson, TB.............. 102.0 Series…set school record in career hits 1. Mark Trumbo, LAA ..................... 63.0 (346), runs (227) and total bases (544)… 2. Eric Hosmer, KC ......................... 38.0 only player in school history with three 3. Ivan Nova, NYY .......................... 30.0 consecutive 100-hit seasons…started 4. Michael Pineda, SEA .................. 11.0 every game of his college career (207)… 5. Dustin Ackley, SEA ..................... 6.0 posted multiple hits in 107 of 207 career 6. Desmond Jennings, TB ................ 1.0 games (52%)…was a career .410 (55x134) 7. Jordan Walden, LAA..................... 1.0 hitter in 31 postseason games…recorded 31

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ACKLEY (continued)
at least one hit in 26 of 31 postseason ACKLEY AMONGST games…ended career with 22-game NCAA Tournament hitting streak dating 2011 AL ROOKIE LEADERS back to the 2007 CWS (.505/50x99)…was Walks ..............................................40 - 1st a .412 (28x68) hitter in 15 career games at Triples ..............................................7 - 2nd the College World Series…first player in On-Base % ..................................348 - 2nd College World Series history to be named Batting Average ............................273 - 5th to the all-tournament team 3 straight years RBI ..................................................36 - 7th and set CWS record with 28 hits…named Extra Base Hits .............................29 - T7th to College World Series Legends team in Hits .................................................91 - 8th Total Bases ...................................139 - 8th 2010. 2009: Taken 2nd overall (first position player) Multi-Hit Games .............................22 - 9th in the 2009 June Draft…signed to a 5-year Slugging % ...................................417 - 9th Major League contract on Aug. 17 and MARINERS ROOKIE TRIPLES added to the 40-man roster…participated Ruppert Jones, 1977 ....................... 8 in the Instructional League in Peoria, 1. Ichiro Suzuki, 2001 ........................ 8 AZ…played for the Peoria Javelinas in Dustin Ackley, 2011 ....................... 7 the Arizona Fall League…hit .315 (23x73) 3. Danny Tartabull, 1986...................... 6 with 13 runs, 5 doubles, 1 home run and 4. Yuniesky Betancourt, 2005 ............. 5 12 RBI in 20 games…made 17 starts in 5. the outfield…played in the AFL Rising Stars Showcase, starting in center field… participated in the MLB Rookie Career Development workshop in Dallas in January…as a junior at North Carolina, named the ACC Player of the Year and first-team All-ACC… one of five finalists for the Golden Spikes Award…named Rivals.com National Player of the Year…consensus first-team All-American…batted .417 (111x266) with 18 doubles, 4 triples, 22 home runs and 73 RBI…recipient of the 2009 Patterson Medal, the most prestigious award presented to student-athletes at the University of North Carolina. 2010: Split the season between AA West Tenn and AAA Tacoma…combined to bat .267 (134x501) with 33 doubles, 8 triples, 7 home runs, 51 RBI and 10 stolen bases… promoted to Tacoma on July 14 and made AAA debut with the Rainiers July 15 at Reno… went 1-for-5 and homered in first AAA plate appearance…appeared in 52 games for PCL Champion Rainiers…recorded 21 extra base his (12 2B, 4 3B, 5 HR)…hit .273 (9x33) with 2 home runs in 8 post-season games…hit .263 (76x289) with 21 doubles, 4 triples, 2 HR and 28 RBI in 82 games with West Tenn…made the switch to second base prior to spring training…named MVP of the Arizona Fall League…won the AFL batting title with a .424 average (28x66) and also topped the league in on-base percentage (.581), slugging (.758), OPS (1.338) and runs scored (28)…selected to play in AFL Rising Stars Showcase…named AFL Week 4 Player of the Week (.556/10x18, 3 2B, 2 HR, 7 RBI, 8 R)…listed by Baseball America as the No. 2 (Southern League), No. 2 (Arizona Fall League) and No. 5 (Pacific Coast League) prospect…ranked by MLB.com as the No. 5 prospect heading into the 2011 season.

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ACKLEY’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2010 West Tenn Tacoma 2011 Tacoma SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals ML Totals AVG .263 .274 .303 .273 .280 .273 G 82 52 66 90 200 90 AB R 289 42 212 37 271 57 333 39 772 136 333 39 H 76 58 82 91 216 91 TB 111 93 132 139 336 139 2B 3B HR RBI 21 4 2 28 12 4 5 23 17 3 9 35 16 7 6 36 50 11 16 86 16 7 6 36 SH 0 0 3 0 3 0 SF 1 3 1 3 5 3 HB 5 2 1 0 8 0 BB SO 55 41 20 38 55 38 40 79 130 117 40 79 SB 8 2 7 6 17 6 CS 2 1 3 0 6 0 SLG .384 .439 .487 .417 .435 .417 OBP .389 .338 .421 .348 .387 .348

ACKLEY’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Seattle in the first round (2nd overall) of the 2009 June Draft…Signed by Mariners scout Rob Mummau.

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BLAKE BEAVAN (49)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 23 BORN: 1-17-89 in Irving, TX BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-7 WEIGHT: 240 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 88 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with Texas along with Justin Smoak (inf), Josh Lueke (rhp) and Matt Lawson (inf) in exchange for Cliff Lee (lhp) and Mark Lowe (rhp) on July 9, 2010 2011: • Went 5-6 with 4.27 ERA (46 ER, BEAVAN’s CAREER HIGHS 97.0 IP) in 15 starts…recorded 11 quality starts, 6th-most MOST STRIKEOUTS: 4 – 5 times; among AL rookies. last 9/27/11 vs. OAK • One of 4 Mariners rookie starting LOW-HIT GAME: None pitchers during the season… LONGEST WINNING STREAK: also one of 18 rookies and 12 2 — 2 times; last 9/6/16/11 Mariners to make MLB debut. LONGEST LOSING STREAK: • Recorded 1.39 BB/9.0 IP (15 3 — 8/12-9/4/11 BB, 97.0 IP), the lowest singleMOST INNINGS PITCHED: season mark in club history by STARTER: 8.0 — 2 times; last 9/16/11 vs. TEX a pitcher with at least 15 starts RELIEVER: None (J. Moyer is 2nd with 1.61 in 1998)…5th-lowest by a rookie (min. 15 GS) in modern baseball history (since 1901). • Did not walk a batter in 24.1 consecutive innings, Sept. 4-22…T6th-longest streak in club history and the longest by a Mariners rookie starter…first Mariners rookie to not walk a batter in 3 consecutive starts (21.1 total IP) Sept. 9-22. • Became the first pitcher in club history to open a Major League career with 6 consecutive quality starts…Michael Pineda had 5 earlier in season, and Bob Stoddard held the previous record with 3 consecutive QS in 1981…longest streak of quality starts to start a career since Jered Weaver had a string of 9 straight with the Angels in 2006. • Made his Major League debut July 3 vs. San Diego, earning the win allowing 1 run on 3 hits in 7.0 innings…became the first pitcher in club history to win his debut as a starter while throwing at least 7.0 innings and allowing 1 run or fewer… is the first Mariner (and one of only 8 all-time) to toss at least 7.0 innings in a debut since Jim Converse on May 22, 1993 vs. Kansas City. • Tossed 8.0 shutout innings Sept. 16 vs. Texas, becoming the first Mariners rookie to toss at least 8.0 shutout innings since Felix Hernandez (Aug. 9, 2005 vs. MIN)…is just the 5th Mariners rookie in club history to toss 8.0 scoreless innings while not walking a batter (last: Hernandez, Aug. 9, 2005). • Selected from AAA Tacoma on July 3 (Carp optioned, Gimenez to 60-day DL). • Was 5-3, 4.45 ERA (45 ER, 93.0 IP) in 16 starts with Tacoma…went 4-2, 2.93 ERA (14 ER, 43.0 IP) in his last 7 starts before being called up…named Tacoma’s Pitcher of the Year. PERSONAL: Blake William Beavan (BEV-uhn)…resides in Irving, TX with wife Allison… graduated from Irving (TX) High School in May 2007…finished his senior season at 9-2 with a 0.19 ERA (2 ER, 73.0 IP) and 139 strikeouts…tossed an 18-strikeout perfect game against rival Irving MacArthur HS on March 6, 2007…named district MVP by the Fort

2012 MARINERS

CONTROL FREAK
Beavan recorded only 15 walks in his 15 starts (97.0 IP), an average of 1.39 BB/9.0 IP…that is the 5th-lowest by a rookie pitcher in the modern era (min. 15 GS). 1. Bill Burns, 1908 WAS ................. 0.98 2. Josh Towers, 2001 BAL.............. 1.03 3. Bill Swift, 1932 PIT ..................... 1.09 4. Dale Gear, 1901 WAS ................. 1.21 5. Blake Beavan, 2011 SEA .......... 1.39
Min. 15 GS, since 1901

WALKLESS INNINGS
Beavan did not walk a batter in 24.1 consecutive innings from Sept. 4 (2nd inn.)22…T6th-longest streak in club history. 1. Cliff Lee (2010) ........................... 38.0 2. Jamie Moyer (2002) .................... 28.1 3. Glenn Abbott (1983) ................... 26.1 4. Rob Dressler (1980) .................... 26.1 5. Rafael Soriano (2003) ................. 25.1 6. Blake Beavan (2011) ................. 24.1 Tom House (1978) ...................... 24.1

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BEAVAN (continued)
Worth Star-Telegram and district Co-Pitcher of the Year by The Dallas Morning News in ‘07…selected to Baseball America’s 2007 High School All-America Team…named Gatorade’s 2006-07 Texas High School Baseball Player of the Year…appeared in the 2006 Aflac All-American High School Baseball Showcase…earned a silver medal with Team USA in the 2006 World Junior Championship (1-1, 0.00, 14.2 IP, 14 K)…threw a CG shutout against Cuba with 11 strikeouts…selected as Baseball America’s 2006 Youth Player of the Year…originally selected by Texas in the first round (17th overall) of the 2007 June draft. 2007: Participated in the Arizona Instructional League…named the organization’s 8th-best prospect by Baseball America following the season. 2008: Spent his first full professional season at Clinton (A)…posted a 2.37 ERA, 4th-best in the MWL…issued just 1.48 walks-per-9.0 IP, 3rd-best ratio in the MWL…led the LumberKings in wins (10), starts (23), quality starts (10), ERA and innings pitched (121.2). 2009: Split the campaign between A Bakersfield and AA Frisco…combined to go 9-8, 4.14 (75 ER, 163.0 IP) with 85 strikeouts in 27 games/starts…tossed first professional complete game shutout on May 7 vs. San Jose…beginning with the shutout on May 7, went 5-0, 2.55 (14 ER, 49.1 IP) with 30 strikeouts over his last 7 starts with the Blaze… promoted to Frisco on June 11…was 3-1, 2.78 (11 ER, 35.2 IP) over his last 6 starts. 2010: Began season with Frisco in Texas organization…in 11 combined starts in May and June, was 8-2 with a 2.16 ERA (18 ER, 75.0 IP) with 49 strikeouts and just 7 walks…traded to Seattle on July 9 and assigned to AA West Tenn…made 3 starts with the Diamond Jaxx before being promoted to AAA Tacoma on July 31…was 2-2, 6.47 in 7 starts with Tacoma and was 1-0, 4.26 in 2 playoff starts…combined to go 14-8 with 3.90 ERA (73 ER, 168.1 IP) in 27 starts…had the lowest walk rate (1.1 per 9.0 IP) of any AA or AAA starter.

2012 MARINERS

YEAR CLUB 2008 Clinton 2009 Bakersfield Frisco 2010 Frisco West Tenn Tacoma 2011 Tacoma SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals ML Totals

W-L 10-6 5-4 5-5 10-5 2-1 2-2 5-3 5-6 38-25 5-6

BEAVAN’s PLAYING RECORD
ERA 2.37 4.30 4.01 2.78 5.00 6.47 4.45 4.27 3.73 4.27 G 23 12 15 17 3 7 16 15 93 15 GS 23 12 15 17 3 7 16 15 93 15 CG SHO SV IP 0 0 0 121.2 1 0 0 73.1 0 0 0 89.2 0 0 0 110.0 0 0 0 18.0 0 0 0 40.1 0 0 0 93.0 0 0 0 97.0 1 0 0 546.0 0 0 0 97.0 H 105 75 113 100 18 56 118 106 585 106 R 42 44 47 37 11 31 52 46 264 46 ER 32 35 40 34 10 29 46 46 226 46 HR 12 6 4 6 1 6 10 13 45 13

HB 4 5 1 1 2 2 1 3 16 3

BB 20 16 13 12 1 8 20 15 90 15

SO 73 51 34 68 11 22 64 42 323 42

WP 2 2 6 2 1 3 3 4 19 4

BK 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

BEAVAN’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Texas in the first round (17th overall) of the 2007 June draft…signed Aug. 14th, 2007 by Texas scout Jay Eddings. — Acquired by Seattle in a trade along with Justin Smoak (inf), Matt Lawson (inf), and Josh Lueke (rhp) in exchange for Cliff Lee (lhp), Mark Lowe (rhp) and cash considerations, July 9, 2010.

MARINERS PITCHERS WHO HAVE BATTED*
DATE 4/24/87 4/20/90 8/11/90 PITCHER Moore Holman Schooler OPP. at Oak. at Oak. vs. Bos. OPPOSING PITCHER Rodriguez Otto Irvine INN. 9 9 13 RESULT OF AB Reached on FC Reached on Error Grounded Out

MARINERS PLAYERS WHO HAVE PITCHED
Date Player Opp. 6/26/83 Castillo vs. Tor. 5/28/00 Mabry at TB 7/6/08 Burke (L) vs. Det. *Does not include Interleague play. Score 9-17 4-14 1-2 IP 2.2 0.2 1.0 H 8 3 1 R 7 2 1 ER 7 2 1 HR 3 0 0 BB 3 1 0 SO 2 0 0

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SHAWN CAMP (57)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 36 BORN: 11-18-75 in Fairfax, VA BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 205 ML SERVICE: 6 years, 170 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent on February 3, 2012

2012 MARINERS

2011: • Appeared in club-high 67 games with CAMP’s CAREER HIGHS Toronto…made 137 appearances MOST STRIKEOUTS: over last 2 seasons (6th-most among 7 — 6/25/07 vs. CWS (with TB) AL relievers) and 196 over last 3 LOW HIT GAME: None season (3rd-most). LONGEST WINNING STREAK: • Finished the season on a strong note 5 — 9/1-28/11 (with TOR) going 5-1 with a 1.89 ERA (4 ER, LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 19.0 IP) over final 20 appearances. 5 — 2 times; last 5/4-6/25/09 (with TOR) • Went 5-0, 0.93 (1 ER, 9.2 IP) in 12 MOST INNINGS PITCHED: games in September…ended the STARTER: None season allowing 1 run over final 13 RELIEVER: 5.0 — 7/24/04 at CLE (with KC) appearances. • Induced 12 double plays, tops among AL relievers. • Ranked 13th among AL relievers in groundball percentage (66.1% - 123 GB, 63 FB) and groundball-to-flyball ratio (1.95). PERSONAL: Shawn Anthony Camp…resides in Fairfax, VA…married with one child…is a 1994 graduate of Robinson High School…played college baseball at the University of North Alabama and George Mason University…one of four George Mason alumni to play in the Majors: Chris Widger (1995-2005), Mike Draper (1993) and Mike Colangelo (1999, 2001-02). CAREER: Appeared in 432 career Major League games with Kansas City (2004-05), Tampa Bay (2006-07) and Toronto (2008-11)…since his Major League debut in 2004, has recorded a 67.3% groundball rate (884 GB, 430 FB), 11th-best among AL relievers during that stretch…originally selected by San Diego in the 16th round of the 1997 June Draft. 1997: Named to the Pioneer League All-Star Team after leading the league in saves (12), appearances (30), games finished (24) and relief points (38). 1998: With A Clinton posted a 3.1 strikeouts-to-walk ratio in 47 games (55.0 IP) out of the bullpen (62-K, 20-BB). 1999: T5th in the California League with 78 strikeouts with Rancho Cucamonga…also ranked 5th in the league with a 10.64 K/9.0 IP (78 SO, 66.0 IP). 2000: Combined to go 4-3 with 7 saves and a 2.19 ERA in 59 appearances with A Rancho Cucamonga and AA Mobile in the Padres organization. 2001: Appeared with 4 different clubs: AA Mobile, AAA Portland, AA Altoona and AAA Nashville…combined to go 11-2 with a 3.94 ERA in 59 appearances (4 GS)…acquired by Pittsburgh with Shawn Gilbert (of) in exchange for Emil Brown (of) on July 10. 2002: Spent the entire season with AAA Nashville…went 4-1, 3.24 in 39 relief appearances.

THE WORKHORSE
Camp has been one of the more reliable relief pitchers in the American League: Most AL Appearances since 2009: 1. Craig Breslow ....................... 219 2. Brandon League ................. 202 3. Shawn Camp....................... 196 4. Rafael Perez ......................... 195 5. Jesse Crain .......................... 194 Jason Frasor ........................ 194 Jonathan Papelbon .............. 194 35 Most Relief Appearances since 2010: 1. Daniel Bard .............................. 143 2. Craig Breslow .......................... 142 3. Rafael Perez ............................ 141 4. Tony Sipp ................................ 139 5. Jesse Crain ............................. 138 6. Shawn Camp.......................... 137

CAMP (continued)
2003: Was a non-roster invite to spring training with Pittsburgh…posted a combined record of 0-3 with a 4.73 ERA in 51 appearances with Nashville and Altoona. 2004: Ranked 11th in the American League and 18th in the Majors in inherited runners scored percentage (24.2), allowing just 8 of 33 inherited runners to score…made Major League debut on Opening Day vs. Chicago (AL)…collected first Major League win April 24 vs. Minnesota…recorded first career save in his first opportunity June 29 vs. Baltimore… signed with Kansas City as a minor league free agent Oct. 23, 2003. 2005: Compiled a 1-4 record and a 6.43 ERA in 29 appearances with the Royals… designated for assignment on May 26…cleared waivers on June 2 and was outrighted to AAA Omaha…had his contract selected from Omaha on July 25. 2006: Set a Tampa Bay record with 75 appearances in is first full season in the Majors… T2nd in the AL in games pitched and 2nd in wins…set TB record with 7 relief wins. 2007: Made 50 appearances for Tampa Bay before being optioned to AAA Durham July 28…broke the Rays record for most appearances before the All-Star break (45)…allowed opponents to bat .368, highest among ML relievers. 2008: Posted a 4.12 ERA in his first season with Toronto…appeared in 40 games, holding opponents to a .263 average…held right-handers to a .204 batting average (19x93). 2009: Set career-highs in innings pitched (79.2) and strikeouts (58), and recorded his lowest ERA (3.50)…worked at least 2.0 innings in 18 of 59 appearances. 2010: Led Toronto with 70 appearances and 72.1 relief innings…finished with a career-low 2.99 ERA…made 40 of his 70 appearances before the break, posting a 3-1 record with a 2.53 ERA…was 1-2, 3.81 following the All-Star break…induced 9 double plays to lead the club (relievers) and ranked T8th among AL relievers…63% of balls put into play were ground balls, ranking 15th in the AL. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

2012 MARINERS

YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000

CLUB Idaho Falls Clinton Rancho Cuca. Rancho Cuca. Mobile 2001 Mobile Portland Altoona Nashville 2002 Nashville 2003 Nashville Altoona 2004 KANSAS CITY Omaha 2005 KANSAS CITY Omaha 2006 TAMPA BAY 2007 TAMPA BAY Durham 2008 Syracuse TORONTO 2009 TORONTO 2010 TORONTO 2011 TORONTO Minor Lg Totals ML Totals

W-L 2-1 3-5 1-5 1-0 3-3 6-2 1-0 4-0 0-0 4-1 0-1 0-2 2-2 1-1 1-4 3-6 7-4 0-3 0-1 1-0 3-1 2-6 4-3 6-3 30-28 25-26

ERA G 5.51 30 2.62 47 3.95 53 1.45 14 2.43 45 4.44 35 0.00 4 4.24 8 2.12 11 3.24 39 4.98 33 4.34 18 3.92 42 5.32 15 6.43 29 3.86 21 4.68 75 7.20 50 1.17 12 0.00 7 4.12 40 3.50 59 2.99 70 4.21 67 3.55 392 4.40 432

CAMP’s PLAYING RECORD
GS 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 CG SHO SV 0 0 12 0 0 13 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 50 0 0 10 IP 32.2 55.0 66.0 18.2 59.1 48.2 7.0 23.1 17.0 58.1 43.1 29.0 66.2 22.0 49.0 67.2 75.0 40.0 15.1 10.0 39.1 79.2 72.1 66.1 573.1 488.1 H 41 48 68 10 47 46 2 25 11 50 50 26 74 26 69 71 93 63 13 4 40 73 71 79 538 562 R 22 19 37 3 23 24 0 14 4 22 26 14 37 14 40 36 43 33 2 0 18 36 26 36 260 269 ER 20 16 29 3 16 24 0 11 4 21 24 14 29 13 35 29 39 32 2 0 18 31 24 31 226 239

HR 3 0 4 0 4 2 0 3 1 5 2 2 10 2 4 9 9 7 0 0 2 7 8 3 37 50

HB 2 7 1 2 1 6 0 3 0 6 2 4 5 1 4 3 7 3 2 0 2 4 4 6 40 35

BB 14 20 25 5 30 15 1 8 8 15 15 11 16 6 13 22 19 18 2 0 11 29 18 22 197 146

SO 41 62 78 18 53 55 6 19 15 59 36 35 51 21 28 42 53 36 16 13 31 58 46 32 569 335

WP 4 6 7 2 4 2 0 1 0 0 4 2 2 1 3 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 35 13

BK 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1

CAMP’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by San Diego in the 16th round of the 1997 June draft. — Acquired by Pittsburgh along with Shawn Garrett (of) in exchange for Emil Brown (of), July 10, 2001. — Signed by Kansas City as a minor league free agent, Oct. 29, 2003. — Signed by Tampa Bay as a free agent, Jan. 17, 2006. — Signed by Toronto as a free agent, Jan. 8, 2008. — Signed by Seattle as a free agent, Feb. 3, 2012.

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MIKE CARP (20)
POSITION: Outfielder/Infielder AGE: 25, turns 26 June 30 BORN: 6-30-86 in Long Beach, CA BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 210 ML SERVICE: 1 year, 10 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with New York-NL along with Endy Chavez (of), Aaron Heilman (rhp), Jason Vargas (lhp), Ezequiel Carrera (of), Maikel Cleto (rhp), and Franklin Gutierrez (of) from the Indians, in exchange for J.J. Putz (rhp), Sean Green (rhp), Jeremy Reed (of) & Luis Valbuena (inf) on Dec. 10, 2008

2012 MARINERS

2011: • Ranked amongst all-time Mariners CARP’s CAREER HIGHS rookies in home runs (12, T7th), MOST HITS: 5 — 9/20/11 at MIN RBI (46, 9th) and extra base hits MOST HOME RUNS: 2 — 8/15/11 vs. TOR (30, 10th). MOST RBI: 5 — 9/19/11 at CLE • Selected by MLB.com as Mariners MOST STOLEN BASES: None Breakout Player of the Year. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: • Named to Baseball America’s All20 — 7/30-8/21/11 Rookie team, along with Dustin CAREER GRAND SLAMS: Ackley and Michael Pineda. 1 — 9/19/11 at CLE • Listed amongst AL rookie leaders in several offensive categories: Grand Slams (1, T1st), Slugging (.466, 2nd), Batting Average (.276, 4th), RBI (46, 4th), Home Runs (12, T4th), Extra Base Hits (30, 6th) and On-base Percentage (.326, 6th). • Appeared in 79 games at 4 positions: 1B – 34 G/30 GS, LF – 27 G/26 GS, DH – 19 G/GS, RF – 1 G/0 GS. • Batted .286 (73x255) with 15 doubles, 1 triple, 12 home runs and 46 RBI in 64 games following second recall from AAA Tacoma (July 19-end of season)…hit .200 (7x35) in 15 games during first stint (June 8-July 2). • Recorded career-high 20-game hitting streak July 30-Aug. 21 (.363/29x80, 13 R, 5 2B, 4 HR, 19 RBI)…tied for the longest hitting streak by a MLB rookie in 2011 (Freddie Freeman – ATL), and longest hitting streak by an AL rookie since Robb Quinlan had a 21-game streak in 2004…longest by a Mariners rookie since Ichiro had streaks of 21 & 23 games in 2001…became 7th Mariners player (12th time) to record a hitting streak of 20 or more games…joins Ichiro (7x), Joey Cora, Richie Zisk, Dan Meyer, Yuniesky Betancourt and Alex Rodriguez. • Named August AL Rookie of the Month…4th Mariner to receive award (7x) and first position player since Ichiro (4x) in 2001…hit .313 (35x112) with 8 2B, 6 HR, 25 RBI…25 RBI tied rookie club record for any month (Danny Tartabull, July 1986). • Hit .306 (22x72) with a .542 slugging percentage against LHP (4 HR)…8th-highest SLG% in club history by a left-handed batter vs. LHP. • Tied Mariners single-game rookie hits record going 5-for-5 Sept. 20 at Minnesota…joins Rich Amaral (5/17/93 at TEX) and Joe Simpson (8/27/79 at CLE). • Recorded career-high 5 RBI, including first career grand slam Sept. 18 at Cleveland. • Hit go-ahead 2-run home run to break 3-3 tie Aug. 29 vs. LAA (432 ft. into Hit it Here Café)…provided both runs in 2-1 win over Angels on Aug. 31 with 2-out, 2-run double in the 8th inning off Scott Downs. • In 66 games with AAA Tacoma, batted .343 (86x251) with 55 runs, 14 doubles, 21 home runs, 64 RBI, 1.060 OPS…recorded a 22-game hitting streak May 15-June 6 (.433, 42x97, 27 R, 4 2B, 11 HR, 25 RBI). • Named the Pacific Coast League Player of the Week twice, May 9-15 & May 30-June 5. PERSONAL: Christopher Michael Carp…graduated from Lakewood (CA) High School. CAREER: Originally selected by the New York Mets in the 9th round of the 2004 June draft…signed by Mets scout Steve Leavitt. 2004: Made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Mets…ranked 4th in the GCL in doubles (12) and 3rd in games (57)…hit .267 with 30 runs, 4 homers and 26 RBI. 2005: Spent the entire season with A Hagerstown…selected to the South Atlantic League (A) All-Star team…led the SAL in hit by pitches (21). 2006: Spent the entire season with St. Lucie in the Florida State League…selected as the Sterling Organizational Player of the Year as the top player in the Mets’ minor league 37

CARP (continued)
system…ranked 2nd in the Florida State League MARINERS LONG in RBI (88), 2nd in games (137), 3rd in total HITTING STREAKS bases (221) and 4th in hits (141)…hit .350 (7x20) in the post-season to help St. Lucie capture the 1. Ichiro, 2009........................... 27 FSL Championship…played for North Shore in 2. Ichiro, 2007........................... 25 Joey Cora, 1997 ................... 24 3. the Hawaiian Winter League. Ichiro, 2001........................... 23 2007: Played the entire season with AA Binghamton 4. Ichiro, 2004........................... 21 of the Eastern League…compiled a .285 batting 5. Ichiro, 2001........................... 21 average (71x249) with 10 home runs and 42 Richie Zisk, 1982 .................. 21 RBI vs. right-handed pitching…on disabled list Dan Meyer, 1979 .................. 21 May 5-June 18 with a broken finger on his right 9. Mike Carp, 2011 .................. 20 hand…played for the Scottsdale Scorpions in 4 others ................................ 20 the Arizona Fall League. 2008: Set minor league career-highs in batting average (.299), on base percentage (.403), doubles (29), homers (17), and walks (79)…ranked 5th in the Eastern League in on-base percentage…won the Sterling Award as the top player on Binghamton (AA) as awarded by the Mets…named to the Northern Division team for the Eastern League’s All-Star Game July 16 at New Hampshire…also selected to the EL’s Post Season All-Star Team… named the League’s Player of the Week for the period ending April 13th…also named the Eastern League’s Player of the Month for April (.356/36x101, 16 R, 7 2B, 6 HR, 20 RBI). 2009: Spent majority of the season with AAA Tacoma…also had 2 stints with Seattle, June 17-July 3 and Sept. 1-remainder of the season…recalled from Tacoma on June 17 (Bedard DL) and played in 5 games with the Mariners (.375/3x8, 2 R, RBI)…optioned to Tacoma on July 3 (Kelley activated from DL)…made ML debut as pinch-hitter June 17 at San Diego…walked in his first ML plate appearance, becoming 4th player in franchise history to draw a walk in first career trip to the plate (Bob Wells, 7/3/97 at SD; Lee Tinsley, 4/6/93 vs. TOR; Donell Nixon 4/7/87 at CAL)…recorded first career hit June 18 at San Diego…hit first ML home run Sept. 16 vs. Chicago White Sox (off Carrasco). 2010: Appeared in 14 games in 2 stints with the Mariners; including starts at first base (9), left field (1) and DH (1)…left game Sept. 25 at Tampa Bay with partially torn plantar fascia in his right foot…missed the rest of the season…hit a career-high 29 home runs with Tacoma, including 8 in final 12 regular season games…ranked 7th among Triple-A hitters with 29 home runs; 4th in Mariners organization and 14th in all of the minor leagues… recalled from Tacoma on June 7 (M. Sweeney DL)…appeared in 11 games/9 starts at first base…optioned to Tacoma on June 27 (R. Branyan acquired in trade). AWARDS: MLB Rookie of the Month: Aug., 2011…2011 Baseball America All-Rookie team.

2012 MARINERS

CARP’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2004 2005 2006 2007 CLUB GCL Mets Hagerstown St. Lucie Binghamton St. Lucie 2008 Binghamton 2009 Tacoma SEATTLE 2010 Tacoma SEATTLE 2011 Tacoma SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals ML Totals AVG .267 .249 .287 .251 .250 .299 .271 .315 .257 .171 .343 .276 .277 .273 G AB R 57 191 30 89 313 49 137 491 69 97 359 55 1 4 0 134 478 67 110 413 66 21 54 7 110 409 67 13 35 1 66 251 55 79 290 27 801 2909 458 114 381 35 H TB 2B 3B HR RBI 51 75 12 0 4 26 78 149 12 1 19 63 141 221 27 1 17 88 90 139 16 0 11 48 1 1 0 0 0 0 143 225 29 1 17 72 112 184 25 1 15 64 17 25 3 1 1 5 105 211 17 1 29 76 6 7 1 0 0 0 86 163 14 0 21 64 80 135 17 1 12 46 807 1368 152 5 133 501 104 169 22 2 13 51 SH 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 SF 0 5 6 4 0 3 6 1 7 0 3 1 34 2 HB 5 21 25 10 0 6 12 2 6 0 3 3 88 5 BB SO 22 51 35 96 51 107 39 75 0 0 79 88 58 99 8 10 41 93 4 7 28 50 19 81 353 659 31 99 SB 2 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 6 0 16 0 CS 1 2 1 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 2 2 12 2 SLG .393 .476 .450 .387 .250 .471 .446 .463 .516 .200 .649 .466 .470 .444 OBP .358 .358 .379 .337 .250 .403 .372 .415 .328 .256 .411 .326 .369 .334

CARP’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by New York (NL) in the 9th round of the 2004 June draft. — Acquired by Seattle from New York (NL), along with Endy Chavez (of), Aaron Heilman (rhp), Jason Vargas (lhp), Ezequiel Carrera (of) and Maikel Cleto (rhp) from the Mets, and Franklin Gutierrez from the Indians, in exchange for J.J. Putz (rhp), Sean Green (rhp) and Jeremy Reed (of) - to NYM - and Luis Valbuena (inf) - to CLE, Dec. 10, 2008. 38

JOHERMYN CHAVEZ (70)
POSITION: Outfielder AGE: 23 BORN: 1-26-89 in Turmero, Aragua, VZ BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 225 ML SERVICE: None CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with Toronto along with Brandon League (rhp) in exchange for Brandon Morrow (rhp) on Dec. 22, 2009 2011: • Spent entire season with AA Jackson appearing in 126 games. • Ranked 2nd in the Southern League with 18 outfield assist…started a 9-6-5 triple play June 23 at Montgomery. • Most productive month in July collecting 5 home runs and 17 RBI, but hit .200 (19x95). • Collected 4 consecutive multi-hit games April 19-22 (.588/10x17) as part of season-high 5-game hit streak. • Led team with 14 hit-by-pitch and tied for team lead with 4 sacrifice flies. • Hit grand slam July 9 vs. Birmingham. • Homered in back-to-back at-bats July 11 vs. Birmingham. PERSONAL: Johermyn (YOUR-men) Jose Chavez…resides in Turmero, Aragua, VZ. CAREER: Originally signed by Toronto as a non-drafted free agent on July 14, 2005…has combined to bat .265 with 79 home runs in 597 career minor league games. 2006: Began pro career with Pulaski in the Appalachian League, appearing in 36 games. 2007: Finished 4th in the Gulf Coast League in on-base percentage (.389) and 10th in average (.301)…was the recipient of the R. Howard Webster Award for the GCL Blue Jays…named the July (.309, 4 HR, 9 RBI) and August (.342, 2 HR, 10 RBI) Star of the Month. 2008: Appeared in 115 games as a 19-year-old with A Lansing in the Midwest League… recorded season-high 5 RBI April 6 at Fort Wayne (3x5, 2 R, 2 HR, 5 RBI). 2009: Named Lansing’s MVP by the Blue Jays…won team’s Triple Crown, batting .283 (144x508) with 21 home runs and 89 RBI…ranked 2nd in the Midwest League in home runs, 3rd in RBI and 5th in hits (144) and runs (87)…played for Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League (.259, 7x27, 2 2B, HR, 4 RBI). 2010: Spent the entire season with A High Desert…hit .315 (168x534) with 30 doubles, 7 triples, 32 home runs and 96 RBI…recorded 2nd consecutive 20+ home run season, setting a career-high with 32 longballs…among California League leaders, ranked 2nd in home runs (32), runs (109), extra base hits (69) and total bases (308); 3rd in hits (168) and slugging (.577); 5th in RBI (96) and T9th in batting average (.315)…named to Baseball America’s High A All-Star team…recorded 23-game hitting streak July 8-Aug. 3 (.422/38x90, 4 2B, 12 HR, 37 RBI)…named to the California League Post-Season All-Star team…listed by Baseball America as the No. 18 prospect in the California League.

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CHAVEZ’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2006 Pulaski 2007 GCL Blue Jays 2008 Lansing 2009 Lansing 2010 High Desert 2011 Jackson Minor Lg Totals AVG .276 .301 .211 .283 .315 .216 .265 G AB R 36 105 19 50 176 29 115 402 40 134 508 87 136 534 109 126 439 47 597 2164 331 H 29 53 85 144 168 95 574 TB 2B 3B HR RBI 38 9 0 0 18 87 12 2 6 21 130 20 2 7 39 241 22 6 21 89 308 30 7 32 96 158 16 4 13 50 962 109 21 79 313 SH 0 0 1 0 3 4 8 SF 2 1 2 8 3 4 20 HB 8 6 9 13 13 14 63 BB 9 20 25 40 52 49 195 SO 23 50 128 137 131 124 593 SB 1 7 9 10 6 6 39 CS 2 2 5 6 9 9 33 SLG .362 .494 .323 .474 .577 .360 .445 OBP .371 .389 .272 .346 .387 .312 .341

CHAVEZ’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by Toronto as a non-drafted free agent, July 14, 2005. — Acquired by Seattle along with Brandon League (rhp) from Toronto in exchange for Brandon Morrow (rhp), Dec. 22, 2009.

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CHIH-HSIEN CHIANG (5)
POSITION: Outfielder AGE: 24 BORN: 2-21-88 in Taitung, Taiwan BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 195 ML SERVICE: None CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with Boston along with Trayvon Robinson (of) in exchange for Erik Bedard (lhp) and Josh Fields (rhp) on July 31, 2011 2011: • Appeared in 120 games between AA Portland and AA Jackson in the Red Sox and Mariners organizations…combined to bat .302 (136x451) with 79 runs, 44 doubles, 4 triples, 18 home runs and 86 RBI. • Was an Eastern League midseason and postseason All-Star…selected to play for the World squad in the All-Star Futures Game in Phoenix (0x3, R, BB, K). • Named the Topps/Minor League Baseball Eastern League Player of the Year…hit .340 (109x321) with 37 doubles and 18 home runs in 88 games with Portland. • Acquired by Seattle at trade deadline from Boston in exchange for Erik Bedard (lhp) and Josh Field (rhp)…at time of trade ranked 3rd in the minors with 59 extra base hits. • Appeared in 32 games for Jackson, batting .208 (27x130) with 7 doubles and 10 RBI. • Played for Peoria in the Arizona Fall League…hit .263 (20x76) with 1 HR in 20 games. PERSONAL: Chih-Hsien (chee-shin) Chiang (Chang)…resides in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan… his brother, Chih-Tsung Chiang, played for the La New Bears in the Chinese Professional Baseball League in Taiwan…led Chinese Taipei to a silver medal in the 2003 IBAF 16U Baseball World Championship, leading the event in RBI. CAREER: Originally signed by the Red Sox as a non-drafted free agent on Oct. 20, 2005… signed by Red Sox scout Jon Deeble. 2006: Played for the GCL Red Sox and appeared in 3 GCL playoff games…ended the year with short-season Lowell, appearing in 9 games…played for Taiwan’s national teams in several international youth and junior aged competitions. 2007: Spent entire season with A Greenville in the South Atlantic League…hit .262 (93x355) with 27 doubles, 2 triples, 5 home runs and 41 RBI. 2008: Hit .303 (97x320) in 83 games for A Lancaster in the California League…played for Taiwan in the Beijing Olympics, hitting .323 (10x31) in 7 games. 2009: Appeared in 85 games for Salem in the Carolina League…made the transition from second base to the outfield…hit .350 (7x20) with 2 home runs in 5 playoff games…played for Chinese Taipei in the World Baseball Classic (.286/2x7). 2010: Made jump to AA appearing in career-high 121 games with Portland in the Eastern League…hit .323 (40x124) with runners in scoring position.

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CHIANG’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2006 GCL Red Sox Lowell 2007 Greenville 2008 Lancaster 2009 Salem 2010 Portland 2011 Portland Jackson Minor Lg Totals AVG .287 .278 .262 .303 .264 .260 .340 .208 .279 G AB R 33 122 12 9 36 6 97 355 35 83 320 47 85 299 37 121 438 54 88 321 68 32 130 11 548 2021 270 H 35 10 93 97 79 114 109 27 564 TB 2B 3B HR RBI 50 8 2 1 12 19 0 3 1 8 139 27 2 5 41 147 19 2 9 59 124 21 3 6 38 184 35 1 11 65 208 37 4 18 76 34 7 0 0 10 905 154 17 51 309 SH 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 SF 1 1 3 5 2 4 2 2 20 HB 2 0 4 1 3 4 10 3 27 BB SO 4 11 2 9 22 81 18 52 24 48 31 64 25 61 6 30 132 356 SB 2 1 1 2 2 2 6 1 17 CS 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 7 SLG .410 .528 .392 .459 .415 .420 .648 .262 .448 OBP .318 .308 .310 .337 .323 .312 .402 .255 .329

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC
YEAR CLUB 2009 Chinese Taipei AVG .286 G 2 AB 7 R 0 H 2 TB 2 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 SH 0 SF 0 HB 0 BB 1 SO 0 SB 0 CS 0 SLG .286 OBP .375

CHIANG’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by Boston as a non-drafted free agent, Oct. 2, 2005. — Acquired from Boston along with Trayvon Robinson (of) in exchange for Erik Bedard (lhp) and Josh Field (rhp), July 31, 2011. 40

STEVE DELABAR (35)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 28, turns 29 July 17 BORN: 7-17-83 in Fort Knox, KY BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-5 WEIGHT: 220 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 23 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on April 20, 2011

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2011: • Split season between four levels DELABAR’s CAREER HIGHS of Mariners organization: A High MOST STRIKEOUTS: Desert, AA Jackson, AAA Tacoma 2 — 3 times; last 9/28/11 vs. OAK and Seattle Mariners. LONGEST WINNING STREAK: • Was 1-1, 2.57 ERA (2 ER, 7.0 IP) with 1 — 9/14/11 7 strikeouts in 6 relief appearances LONGEST LOSING STREAK: for the Mariners. 1 — 9/22/11-current • Made ML debut Sept. 11 vs. Kansas MOST INNINGS PITCHED: City, striking out Alex Gordon & STARTER: None Melky Cabrera. RELIEVER: 1.2 — 9/25/11 at TEX • Earned first ML win Sept. 14 vs. New York (AL) in Seattle with a scoreless 12th inning. • With AAA Tacoma was 1-1, 0.69 ERA (1 ER, 13.0 IP) with 18 strikeouts in 10 relief appearances. • With AA Jackson was 1-3 with 12 saves and 2.05 ERA (7 ER, 30.2 IP) with 30 strikeouts in 23 relief appearances. • Began season with High Desert, was 1-1 with 3 saves and 4.38 ERA (6 ER, 12.1 IP) with 20 strikeouts in 7 relief appearances. • Signed by the Mariners as a minor league free agent on April 20, 2011…was a substitute teacher in Kentucky prior to signing with Seattle. • Had not pitched above the Single-A level prior to this season, and did not pitch in 2010 recovering from a fractured right elbow. PERSONAL: Steven Edward Delabar…attended Central Hardin High School in Elizabethtown, KY…attended Volunteer State (TN) Junior College. CAREER: Originally selected by San Diego in the 29th round of the 2003 June draft…signed May 5, 2004 by Padres scout Billy Merkel. 2004: Signed with San Diego on May 5 as a draft-and-follow and assigned to the rookielevel Arizona League…ranked 2nd on team with 39 strikeouts…promoted to Eugene in the Northwest League on Aug. 22…made 3 starts going 1-1, 2.65 (5 ER, 17.0 IP). 2005: Spent entire season with Eugene…went 4-6 with 4.76 ERA (40 ER, 75.2 IP)…tied for Northwest League lead in games started (16). 2006: Posted an 8-9 record with a 3.41 ERA (55 ER, 145.0 IP) in 27 starts for A Fort Wayne in the Midwest League…ranked 4th among Padres minor leaguers in strikeouts (118) and 6th in ERA (3.41)…held opposing batters to a .242 average (129x533). 2007: Split the season between Fort Wayne and High-A Lake Elsinore in the California League…pitched exclusively out of the bullpen for Lake Elsinore (2-6, 5.59). 2008: Made 11 relief appearances with Fort Wayne (2-1, 5.27) before being released by the Padres on May 23…on the disabled list April 23-May 16 with a sprained left ankle…played for two independent league teams, Florence (Frontier League) and Brocton (CanAm League). 2009: Appeared in 12 games (3 GS) for Brockton in the CanAm League…went 3-3 with a 3.76 ERA (11 ER, 26.1 IP)…suffered a broken right elbow and was released on June 30. 2010: Did not play professional baseball recovering from a broken right elbow.

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DELABAR’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L 2004 AZL Padres 3-4 Eugene 1-1 2005 Eugene 4-6 8-9 2006 Fort Wayne 2007 Fort Wayne 2-5 Lake Elsinore 2-6 2008 Fort Wayne 2-1 Florence 0-0 Brockton 3-3 2009 Brockton 3-3 2010 2011 High Desert 1-1 Jackson 1-3 Tacoma 1-1 SEATTLE 1-1 Minor Lg Totals 31-43 ML Totals 1-1 ERA 4.37 2.65 4.76 3.41 5.96 5.59 5.27 2.84 3.01 3.76 4.38 2.05 0.69 2.57 3.97 2.57 G 14 3 16 27 21 20 11 4 11 12 7 23 10 6 179 6 GS 6 3 16 27 12 0 0 0 11 3 0 0 0 0 78 0 CG 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Did Not Pitch 0 0 3 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 15 0 0 0 IP 45.1 17.0 75.2 145.0 68.0 29.0 13.2 6.1 68.2 26.1 12.1 30.2 13.0 7.0 551.0 7.0 H 51 13 84 129 63 26 17 6 67 22 12 23 11 5 524 5 R 32 7 45 66 49 21 8 2 25 19 6 10 1 2 291 2 ER 22 5 40 55 45 18 8 2 23 11 6 7 1 2 243 2 HR 1 1 7 8 8 5 0 1 5 3 0 0 0 1 39 1 HB 6 1 15 7 13 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 54 1 BB 21 3 18 65 46 16 5 2 16 12 8 26 6 4 244 4 SO 39 11 59 118 48 33 12 7 43 23 20 30 18 7 461 7 WP 2 0 4 12 6 3 0 4 5 1 3 0 2 0 42 0 BK 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0

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DELABAR’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Anaheim in the 43rd round of the 2002 June draft…did not sign and attended Volunteer State Community College. — Selected by San Diego in the 29th round of the 2003 June draft. — Signed by Seattle as a minor league free agent, April 20, 2011.

SINGLE GAME STRIKEOUT LEADERS
PLAYER Randy Johnson Randy Johnson Randy Johnson Mark Langston Mike Moore Randy Johnson Mark Langston Randy Johnson Mark Langston Felix Hernandez Randy Johnson Erik Hanson Mike Moore Gaylord Perry Randy Johnson Mark Langston Felix Hernandez Mike Moore Freddy Garcia Chris Bosio Paul Abbott Joel Piñeiro SO 19 18 16 16 16 15 15 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 # OF TIMES 2 1 2 1 1 12 1 5 4 2 9 1 1 1 17 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 LAST DONE 8/8/97 vs. CWS 9/27/92 at TEX 7/18/97 vs. KC 5/10/88 at TOR 8/19/88 at NYY (G#1) 7/11/98 vs. ANA 6/25/86 vs. CLE 7/13/97 vs. TEX 5/24/87 vs. TOR 5/22/11 at SD 8/15/97 at BAL (G#1) 5/19/93 at TEX 8/24/88 at BAL (G#2) 4/20/82 vs. CAL 7/28/98 vs. CLE 8/29/84 vs. DET 8/7/11 at LAA 8/14/85 vs. CAL 9/11/02 at TEX 4/18/93 at DET 8/23/99 vs. CLE 5/30/03 at MIN

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CHONE FIGGINS (9)
POSITION: Infielder AGE: 34 BORN: 1-22-78 in Leary, GA BATS: Switch THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-8 WEIGHT: 180 ML SERVICE: 8 years, 145 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2013 with option for 2014 ACQUIRED: Signed as a Major League free agent on Dec. 15, 2009

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2011: • Appeared in 81 games; fewest FIGGINS’ CAREER HIGHS since appearing in 71 his rookie MOST HITS: 6 — 6/18/07 vs. HOU (with LAA) season in 2003: 3B – 80 G/77 GS, MOST HOME RUNS: 1— 33 times; LF – 2 G/1 GS. last 4/1/11 at OAK • On the 15-day disabled list with MOST RBI: 6 — 5/14/04 at BAL (with LAA) a right hip flexor strain Aug. 2MOST STOLEN BASES: 3 — 6 times; Sept. 4…made final appearance last 6/25/10 at MIL of the season Aug. 1 vs. Oakland. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: • Hit leadoff June 10 at Detroit; 15 — 5/13-5/27/09 (with LAA) went 2-for-4 with a double…first CAREER GRAND SLAMS: start in leadoff spot as a Mariner. 1 — 5/14/04 at BAL (with LAA) • Started in left field July 21 at Toronto…first start in OF since Sept. 30, 2007 at Oakland (RF w/LAA) and first GS in LF since Sept. 28, 2006 vs. Oakland. • Went 2-for-5 with a stolen base and a home run on Opening Day, April 1 at Oakland. • Had 4 straight multi-hit games from April 27-April 30. • Reached base safely in 10 consecutive games, June 5-15 (.290/9x31, 3 R, 5 BB). • Recorded season-high 3 hits (3x4, 3 R, 2B, 3 RBI) April 19 vs. Detroit. • Hit .373 (19x51) in 19 spring training games, including a 12-game hitting streak March 9-28 (.485/16x33). • Limited to 11 SB, fewest since 2003 (13)…broke string of 7 consecutive 30-steal seasons. PERSONAL: Desmond DeChone (Chone) Figgins (goes by ‘SHAWN’)…attended Brandon (FL) High School, where he was third-team High School All-American as 1997 senior and first team All-Conference as both a junior and senior…named second team AllConference as sophomore and voted team MVP in 1996…participated in Major League Baseball’s Rookie Career Development seminar in January 2003. CAREER: Reached 40 steals in 5 of last 8 seasons; only Figgins, Juan Pierre (6) and Carl Crawford (6) can make that claim…318 stolen bases since the start of the 2004 season are 4th-most in MLB…left Angels as club’s all-time leader in stolen bases (280) and ranked 7th with .291 career batting average…originally selected by Colorado in the 4th round of the 1997 June draft…signed by Rockies scout Pat Jones. 1997: Made professional debut with Rockies entry in the Arizona Rookie League…led AZL in triples (6) and ranked 3rd in stolen bases (30) and 4th in games played (54). 1998: Ranked 5th in Northwest League in stolen bases (25)…selected to NWL All-Star team. 1999: Set then career-highs in games, at-bats, runs, hits, doubles, sac-hits, walks and strikeouts with Salem in the Carolina League. 2000: Led Carolina League in triples (14), runs (92) and ranked 2nd in hits (145) and atbats (522), 3rd in stolen bases (37) and games (134) and 8th in average (.278)…named to Carolina League All-Star team… selected Carolina League Player of STEALS SINCE 2004 Week (June 15-21). Figgins has recorded 318 stolen bases 2001: Began season with AA Carolina over the last 8 seasons (2004-11), the 4th(Rockies)…acquired by Anaheim in most in the Majors during that span: exchange for OF Kimera Bartee, July 13, 1. Juan Pierre ............................... 389 2001, and assigned to AA Arkansas… 2. Carl Crawford........................... 363 Posted .268 (37x138) average in 39 3. Jose Reyes .............................. 357 games for Travelers. 4. Chone Figgins ........................ 318 2002: Made Major League debut with the 5. Ichiro Suzuki ........................... 302 Angels…had contract selected from 43

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AAA Salt Lake, Aug. 22, and appeared as pinch-runner in 10 of 15 games with Angels (scoring 2 game-winning runs, one go-ahead run)…made Major League debut Aug. 25 at Boston and first Major League start (2B), Sept. 15 vs. Texas…collected first ML hit and RBI (single off Aaron Myette)…played for Scottsdale Scorpions of Arizona Fall League…tabbed by Baseball America as Best Baserunner and Fastest Baserunner of Pacific Coast League…at time of promotion (Aug. 22), was leading Pacific Coast League with 18 triples, 100 runs scored and 39 stolen bases…had 20-game hit streak, June 6-26, batting .383 (31x81). 2003: Split season between Salt Lake and Angels…in three stints with Angels, batted .296 (71x240)…batted .412 (21x51) with RISP…finished month of August with .392 (31x79) average, highest in Majors for month…made 58 starts (CF - 38, 2B - 12, SS - 6, LF - 1, DH - 1). 2004: Spent first full season in majors…hit safely in last 9 games of season (.410/16x39), stretch in which Angels went 7-2 to erase 3-game deficit and win AL West…set Angels club record and finished 2nd in Majors with 17 triples…started at 6 different positions (3B - 81, CF - 36, 2B - 14, SS - 9, LF - 1, RF - 1)…3rd in AL with 34 stolen bases (47 attempts) and posted 7 multi-SB games…went 5-for-6 with 2 runs, a triple, grand slam and 6 RBI, May 14 at Baltimore…HR was first of career. 2005: Selected as Angels co-MVP with Bartolo Colon by teammates (Gene Autry Trophy)… led Majors with 62 stolen bases…ranked 6th in AL in runs and 10th in hits…Registered four hit streaks of at least 10 games, including a pair of 13-game streaks…became the first Angel with 100 runs and 50 stolen bases in same season…started at six different positions (3B - 48, CF - 45, 2B - 36, LF - 13, RF - 7, SS - 1). 2006: Established career bests in home runs (9) and RBI (62)…finished 2nd in AL with 52 stolen bases…hit for cycle, Sept. 16 at Texas, becoming 20th switch-hitter (10th in AL) to accomplish feat in ML history…connected for inside-the-park HR leading off 8th inn. Sept. 29 vs. Oakland…hit walk-off single in 11th inning, Sept. 12 vs. Chicago, 2nd walkoff hit for him in 2006 (also 8/20 vs. SEA)…scored a run in career-high 9 consecutive games, April 21-30…on roster with 26 other MLB players for 10th All-Star Series in Japan during month of November. 2007: Set a career-high with a .330 batting average (146x442), ranking 6th in the AL…was Majors top hitter from May 31-end of season, batting .381 (134x352)…missed 14-games (8/22–9/6) with a sprain and bone bruise in left wrist…also missed first month of season due to fractured index and middle fingers of his right hand suffered in Spring Training… hit career-best .461 (53x115) in June…53 hits in June set an Angels club record for a month (previously Darin Erstad with 48 hits in April, 2000) and his .461 clip for June tied Bengie Molina (May 2000) for best batting average in any month…posted 88 hits in 50game stretch, May 31-July 29, most hits by an Angel in that span in club history…went 6-for-6 June 18 vs. Houston, first player in MLB to go 6-for-6 with a walk-off hit since Jim Northrup with Tigers on Aug. 18, 1969…6 hits tied an AL record for a 9-inning game. 2008: Limited to 116 games due to two DL stints for strained right hamstring…ranked 6th in the AL with 34 stolen bases…collected walk-off single Sept. 14 vs. Seattle (6th in career)…went 4-for-5 Aug. 3 at New York after putting up the same numbers July 31 in same series…first visiting player with a pair of 4-hit games in a series at Yankee Stadium since Wade Boggs did it for Boston in June 1989…on bereavement list July 12-16 (father Charles suffered a mild stroke). 2009: Hit .298 (183x615) with 114 runs, 30 doubles, 7 triples, 5 homers, 54 RBI and 42 stolen bases in team-best 158 games with LAA…led AL with 101 walks, and ranked 2nd in times reaching base (285) and runs scored (114)…also T3rd with 42 stolen bases, T5th in multi-hit games (57), T6th in OBP (.395) and 8th in batting with RISP (.333/45x135)… led the Majors in pitches faced (3,068) and ranked 4th in AL with 4.21 pitches/plate appearance…last-minute addition to the All-Star team in replacement of Evan Longoria (finger infection)…marked first career All-Star selection (DNP)…one of 5 players on the on-line ballot for the 2009 AL All-Star Final Man vote (Brandon Inge won, Figgins was 3rd)…logged career-best 15-game hit streak, May 13-27 (.391, 25x64)…hit a pair of 40+Steal Seasons Since 2004: 1. Juan Pierre ...................................6 Carl Crawford...............................6 3. Chone Figgins ............................5 4. Michael Bourn ..............................4 Ichiro Suzuki ...............................4 Jose Reyes ..................................4 44

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leadoff HR, June 7 at Detroit & July 18 at Oakland…matched career-high (5th time) with 3 stolen bases July 25 vs. Minnesota…tied career-high and led AL with 9 multi-steal games…recorded 1,000th career hit with RBI single in 6th inning Aug. 16 at Baltimore. 2011: T5th in the AL with 42 stolen bases…5th 40+ SB season of his career, 7th straight season with 20+ steals…became the first Mariners player to increase his hit total in every month during a single season (full months only)…16 hits in April; 22 in May; 26 in June; 27 in July; 28 in August and 36 hits in September…hit .235 (75x319) prior to the All-Star break; .286 (81x283) in 74 games following ASG…led team with 74 walks… reached base safely in 136 of 161 games, including 25 straight games Aug. 31-Sept. 27…pair of season-high 9-game hitting streaks; Aug. 1-10 (.441/15x34) and Sept. 7-17 (.459/17x37)…hit only home run July 28 at Chicago (AL) off Mark Buehrle…7th career home run as a right-handed batter, first since July 7, 2006 at Oakland (off Barry Zito)…set club record with at least one stolen base in 7 consecutive games (June 23-30), breaking Julio Cruz’s record set in 1981…stole 300th career base June 26 at Milwaukee in 1st inning…led the Majors with 13 stolen bases in June (13-for-14). POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Appeared in 35 career postseason games, combining to bat .172 (21x122) with 5 doubles, 2 triples, 6 RBI and 4 stolen bases…helped Angels advance to 2009 ALCS…in 2008 DS vs. Red Sox, batted leadoff each game and played third base…in 2007, hit safely in all three games of Division Series loss to Boston…in 2005, struggled in each round of playoffs, hitting .143 (3x21) in DS vs. NYY and .118 (2x17) in ALCS vs. CWS…in 2004, started each game of ALDS vs. Boston hitting leadoff…Hit .143 (2x14) in series (1 HBP, 5 SO, 1 SB) and committed 2 errors…in 2002, served as pinchrunning specialist appearing in 6 of Angels 16 postseason games, scoring 4 runs and going 1-for-2 (2B) at the plate during ALCS. AWARDS: All-Star Game: 2009…honored with 2005 Cool Papa Bell Award by the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum for leading Majors in stolen bases.

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FIGGINS’ PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 CLUB AZL Rockies Portland Salem Salem Carolina Arkansas 2002 Salt Lake ANAHEIM 2003 Salt Lake ANAHEIM 2004 ANAHEIM 2005 LA ANGELS 2006 LA ANGELS 2007 Salt Lake # LA ANGELS 2008 LA ANGELS Salt Lake # 2009 LA ANGELS 2010 SEATTLE 2011 SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals Mariners Totals ML Totals AVG G AB R H TB 2B .280 54 214 41 60 80 5 .283 69 269 41 76 94 9 .239 123 444 65 106 124 12 .278 134 522 92 145 208 26 .220 86 332 41 73 103 14 .268 39 138 21 37 53 12 .305 125 511 100 156 238 25 .167 15 12 6 2 3 1 .312 68 285 55 89 145 14 .296 71 240 34 71 88 9 .296 148 577 83 171 242 22 .290 158 642 113 186 255 25 .267 155 604 93 161 227 23 .357 4 14 3 5 6 1 .330 115 442 81 146 191 24 .276 116 453 72 125 144 14 .200 3 10 2 2 2 0 .298 158 615 114 183 242 30 .259 161 602 62 156 184 21 .188 81 288 24 54 70 11 .273 705 2739 461 749 1053 118 .236 242 890 86 210 254 32 .280 1178 4475 682 1255 1646 180 3B HR RBI *6 1 23 3 1 26 3 0 22 *14 3 48 5 2 25 2 0 12 *18 7 62 0 0 1 *15 4 30 4 0 27 17 5 60 10 8 57 8 9 62 0 0 1 6 3 58 1 1 22 0 0 0 7 5 54 2 1 35 1 1 15 66 18 249 3 2 50 56 33 391 SH SF 0 2 6 1 14 2 6 5 6 2 3 3 6 10 0 0 2 2 6 4 10 2 9 5 5 7 0 0 2 8 2 0 0 0 8 4 17 6 2 2 43 27 19 8 61 38 HB 3 2 3 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 14 3 9 BB 35 24 41 67 40 14 53 0 29 20 49 64 65 1 51 62 2 *101 74 21 306 95 507 SO SB CS 51 30 13 56 25 4 86 27 13 107 37 19 73 27 8 26 7 2 83 39 8 5 2 1 36 16 6 38 13 7 94 34 13 101 *62 17 100 52 16 0 0 1 81 41 12 80 34 13 3 0 0 114 42 17 114 42 15 42 11 6 521 208 74 156 53 21 769 333 117 SLG .374 .349 .279 .398 .310 .384 .466 .250 .509 .367 .419 .397 .376 .429 .432 .318 .200 .393 .306 .243 .384 .285 .368 OBP .386 .345 .306 .358 .306 .329 .364 .167 .379 .345 .350 .352 .336 .400 .393 .367 .333 .395 .340 .241 .346 .309 .352

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2002 ANA vs. NYY 2004 ANA vs. BOS 2005 LAA vs. NYY 2007 LAA vs. BOS 2008 LAA vs. BOS 2009 LAA vs. BOS DS Totals AVG --.143 .143 .231 .333 .000 .185 G 1 3 5 3 4 3 19 AB 0 14 21 13 21 12 81 R 1 0 2 1 2 1 7 H 0 2 3 3 7 0 15 TB 0 2 6 5 10 0 23 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 4 SH 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 SF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HB 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 BB 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 SO 0 5 8 4 6 6 29 SB 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 CS 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 SLG --.143 .286 .385 .476 .000 .284 OBP --.200 .182 .231 .333 .077 .214

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LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2002 ANA vs. MIN 2005 LAA vs. CWS 2009 LAA vs. NYY LCS Totals AVG 1.000 .118 .130 .146 G 3 5 6 14 AB 1 17 23 41 R 2 1 2 5 H 1 2 3 6 TB 1 3 3 7 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 SH 0 2 2 4 SF 0 0 0 0 HB 0 0 1 1 BB 0 1 3 4 SO 0 3 3 6 SB 0 1 0 1 CS 0 0 0 0 SLG OBP 1.000 1.000 .176 .167 .130 .259 .171 .239

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WORLD SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2002 ANA vs. SF AVG --G 2 AB 0 R 1 H 0 TB 0 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 SH 0 SF 0 HB 0 BB 0 SO 0 SB 0 CS 0 SLG --OBP ---

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE 2009 AL, STL AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI DID NOT PLAY SH SF HB BB SO SB CS SLG OBP

FIGGINS’ CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Colorado in the 4th round of the 1997 June draft…Signed by Colorado scout Pat Jones. — Acquired by Anaheim from Colorado in exchange for Kimera Bartee (of), July 13, 2001. — On disabled list March 23-April 30, 2007 with a fractured right finger…included rehab assignment at AAA Salt Lake (4/26-30). — On disabled list May 4-21, 2008 with right hamstring strain. — On disabled list May 30 (retro to May 22)-June 12, 2008…included rehab assignment at AAA Salt Lake (6/9-12). — On the MLB Bereavement List, July 12-16, 2008. — Signed with Seattle as a free agent, Dec. 15, 2009. — On 15-day disabled list Aug. 2-Sept. 4, 2011 with a strained right hip flexor.

MARINERS HOME RUNS BY AMERICAN LEAGUE BALLPARK
Player Ackley Carp Figgins Guillen Gutierrez Jaso Liddi Montero Moore Olivo Peguero Robinson Ryan Saunders Seager Smoak Suzuki Wells BAL 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 BOS 0 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 CWS 0 0 4 8 2 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 CLE 0 2 1 8 19 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 DET 0 0 1 53 3 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 4 3 2 KC 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 LAA 0 1 10 2 2 1 0 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 2 5 0 MIN/ TF 0 0 1/0 4/0 2/1 1/1 1/1 0 0 4/1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1/0 1/1 NY/ NYS 0 0 2/0 6/0 2/2 0 0 3/3 0 3/0 0 0 0 2/2 0 0 5/2 0 OAK 2 0 3 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 SEA/ SF 3 6 2 15/14 13/13 0 0 0 2 19/19 4/4 0 0 6/6 0 10/10 52 6/6 TB 0 0 1 1 2 4 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 TEX 0 2 3 5 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 7 7 0 ML TOR TOTAL 1 6 0 13 0 33 4 124 2 53 1 10 0 3 0 4 0 5 2 129 0 6 0 1 1 12 1 12 0 3 0 28 0 95 0 15

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Player Guillen Gutierrez Jaso Olivo Ryan Smoak Suzuki Wells ARI 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 ATL 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 CHI 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 CIN/ GA COL 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 3/3 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FLA/ MP 0 0 0 19/0 0 0 0 0 HOU 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 LAD 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 MIL 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 NY/ CITI 0 0 0 1/0 2/1 0 0 0 PIT 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 PHI 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 STL/ NB 0 0 0 1/1 3/3 0 1/1 0 SD/ PET 1/0 3 0 3 2/2 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WAS/ NP 2/0 1/0 0 2/1 0 0 0 0

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CHARLIE FURBUSH (41)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher AGE: 25, turns 26 April 11 BORN: 4-11-86 in South Portland, ME BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-5 WEIGHT: 215 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 121 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with Detroit along with Casper Wells (of), Francisco Martinez (inf) and Chance Ruffin (rhp) in exchange for Doug Fister (rhp) and David Pauley (rhp) on July 30, 2011 2011: • Split season between the Mariners FURBUSH’s CAREER HIGHS (11 G/10 GS), Detroit (17 G/2 GS) and MOST STRIKEOUTS: AAA Toledo (10 G/9 GS). 8 — 9/19/11 at CLE • Acquired from Detroit on July LOW-HIT GAME: None 30 along with Casper Wells (of), LONGEST WINNING STREAK: Francisco Martinez (inf) and PTBNL 1 — 4 times; last 9/19/11 (C. Ruffin) in exchange for David LONGEST LOSING STREAK: Pauley (rhp) and Doug Fister (rhp). 5 — 8/20-9/13/11 • Went 3-7, 6.62 ERA (39 ER, 53.0 IP) MOST INNINGS PITCHED: with 41 strikeouts with the Mariners. STARTER: • Was 3-9, 6.83 ERA (45 ER, 59.1 IP) 7.1 — 9/7/11 at LAA with 48 strikeouts as a starter; 1-1, RELIEVER: 2.42 ERA with 19 strikeouts as a 5.0 — 5/27/11 vs. BOS (with DET) reliever. • Struck out career-high 8 batters in W#4 Sept. 19 at Cleveland (5.0,10,6,6,1,8,2 HR). • Tossed career-high 7.1 innings, starting with 7.0 shutout innings, in L#8 Sept. 7 vs. LAA… retired 19 in a row between 1st & 7th innings…in 8th retired first batter then gave up single, walk, 2-run double before leaving game (charged with run after he left game). • Made Mariners debut July 31 in relief, tossing 1.0 IP vs. Tampa Bay (1 H, 1 ER), allowing a solo HR to the first batter faced. • Earned the win in his Major League debut on May 23 vs. Tampa Bay (w/DET), tossing 3.2 scoreless innings in relief (3.2,2,0,0,1,3,HB). • Went 1-3 with a 3.62 ERA (13 ER, 32.1 IP) in 17 games, 2 starts in two stints with Detroit (May 21-July 9 & July 20-30). • Began season with AAA Toledo in the International League…went 5-3, 3.17 ERA (19 ER, 54 IP) in 10 G/9 GS…limited opponents to a .180 average (35x194). • Recorded back-to-back 7.0-inning CG’s April 21 vs. Indianapolis and April 27 at Syracuse…struck out 9 in 1-hit ShO April 27 at Syracuse. PERSONAL: Charles Roderick Furbush…resides in South Portland, ME during the offseason…played college baseball at St. Joseph’s College (2005-06) and LSU (2007)… selected the North Atlantic Conference Co-Player of the Year as a freshman with St. Joseph’s going 7-1 with a 1.75 ERA…went 10-1, 2.89 as a sophomore before transferring to LSU for his junior season…played for Hyannis in the Cape Cod League in 2005-06. CAREER: Originally selected by Detroit in the 4th round of the 2007 June draft…signed by Tigers scout Jim Rough. 2007: Made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Tigers…transferred from the GCL Tigers to A West Michigan on July 17…compiled a 3-0 record, 1.47 ERA (5 ER, 30.2 IP) and 27 strikeouts in 5 appearances (4 GS) in August. 2008: Did not pitch after undergoing Tommy John surgery on his left elbow. 2009: Spent the entire season with Lakeland, finishing 2nd on the staff with 93 strikeouts… selected as the Florida State League Pitcher of the Week for July 27-Aug. 2. 2010: Ranked 2nd among all minor league pitchers with 183 strikeouts between A Lakeland, AA Erie and AAA Toledo…named Florida State League Pitcher of the Week May 24-30 (1-0, 1.93 ERA, 22 K, 2 GS)…also the Tigers Minor League Pitcher of the Month for May going 2-1 with a 1.76 ERA (8 ER, 41.0 IP) and 61 strikeouts in 6 starts…transferred to Erie on June 24…T4th in the Eastern League with 33 strikeouts in 4 starts in July, while he finished 10th with a 3.08 ERA (9 ER, 26.1 IP)…selected to Major League 40-man roster on Nov. 19… named the 26th-best prospect in the Tigers organization by Baseball America. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None. 47

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FURBUSH’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L 2007 GCL Tigers 2-0 West Michigan 4-1 2008 2009 Lakeland 6-7 2010 Lakeland 4-5 Erie 1-0 Toledo 3-4 2011 Toledo 5-3 DETROIT 1-3 SEATTLE 3-7 Minor Lg Totals 25-20 ML Totals 4-10 ERA 2.81 2.17 3.96 3.39 3.24 6.29 3.17 3.62 6.62 3.71 5.48 G 4 8 24 13 5 9 10 17 11 73 28 GS 3 7 23 13 5 9 9 2 10 69 12 CG 0 0 SHO SV IP 0 0 16.0 0 0 45.2 Injured-Did Not Pitch 0 0 0 111.1 0 0 0 77.0 0 0 0 33.1 0 0 0 48.2 2 1 0 54.0 0 0 0 32.1 0 0 0 53.0 2 1 0 386.0 0 0 0 85.1 H 11 40 111 68 31 59 35 36 61 355 97 R 5 14 59 35 12 37 21 18 41 183 59 ER 5 11 49 29 12 34 19 13 39 159 52 HR 2 2 10 7 5 9 7 5 11 42 16 HB 0 2 6 2 1 0 1 3 3 12 6 BB 3 11 32 14 10 16 16 14 16 102 30 SO 23 46 93 109 37 37 61 26 41 406 67 WP 1 3 5 4 0 2 4 0 2 19 2 BK 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 1

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FURBUSH’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Detroit in the 4th round of the 2007 June draft. — Acquired by Seattle from Detroit along with Francisco Martinez (inf), Casper Wells (of) and PTBNL (RHP Chance Ruffin), July 30, 2011.

HOMEGROWN MARINERS
Players born or raised in the state of Washington (30)
PLAYER Jamie Allen Larry Andersen Floyd Bannister Karl Best Bud Black Willie Bloomquist Mike Blowers Mike Campbell Dave Edler Jason Ellison Dave Heaverlo Tom House Brian Hunter Tom Lampkin Tom Niedenfuer Eric O’Flaherty John Olerud Casey Parsons Ken Phelps Erik Plantenberg Robert Ramsay Aaron Sele Richie Sexson Sean Spencer Russ Swan Rick Sweet Matt Tuiasosopo Dave Wainhouse Bob Wells Sean White YEARS 1983 1981-82 1979-82 1983-86 1981 2002-08 1992-95, 97, 99 1987-89 1980-83 2007 1980 1977-78 1999 1999-2001 1989 2006-08 2000-2004 1981 1983-88 1993-94 1999-2000 2000-01, 2005 2005-08 1999 1990-93 1982-83 2008-10 1993 1994-98 2007, 2009-10 WASHINGTON STATE TIE Born in Yakima/Davis (Yakima) HS Raised in Bellevue/Interlake HS/Bellevue CC Raised in Seattle/Kennedy (Burien) HS Born in Aberdeen/Kent-Meridian HS Mark Morris (Longview) HS/Lower Columbia JC Born in Bremerton/South Kitsap HS Bethel HS/Tacoma CC/Univ. of Washington Born in Seattle/Newport (Bellevue) HS Eisenhower (Yakima) HS/WSU South Kitsap High School (Port Orchard) Born in Ellensburg/Moses Lake HS/Central Born in Seattle Fort Vancouver HS Blanchet HS/Edmonds CC Redmond HS/WSU Born in Walla Walla/Walla Walla HS Born in Seattle/Interlake HS/WSU Born in Wenatchee/Gonzaga HS/Gonzaga Univ. Born in Seattle/Ingraham HS/WSU (1 year) Born in Renton/Newport (Bellevue) HS Born in Vancouver/MTN View HS/WSU North Kitsap HS/WSU Prairie High School (Brush Prairie) Born in Seattle/South Kitsap HS/UW Kennewick HS/Spokane Falls CC Born in Longview/Mark Morris HS/Gonzaga Univ. Born in Bellevue/Woodinville HS Mercer Island HS/Washington State Born in Yakima/Eisenhower HS/Spokane Falls CC Mercer Island HS/Univ. of Washington

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FRANKLIN GUTIERREZ (21)
POSITION: Outfielder AGE: 29 BORN: 2-21-83 in Caracas, VZ BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 190 ML SERVICE: 5 years, 80 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2013 with club option for 2014 ACQUIRED: In trade with Cleveland along with Endy Chavez (of), Mike Carp (inf), Aaron Heilman (rhp), Jason Vargas (lhp), Ezequiel Carrera (of), and Maikel Cleto (rhp) from the Mets, in exchange for J.J. Putz (rhp), Sean Green (rhp), Jeremy Reed (of) & Luis Valbuena (inf) on Dec. 10, 2008 2011: GUTIERREZ’s CAREER HIGHS • Appeared in 92 games, making 85 starts in center MOST HITS: 4 — 7/16/07 vs. CWS (with CLE) field…hit .224 (72x322) with MOST HOME RUNS: 2 — 6/18/09 at SD 26 runs, 13 doubles, 1 home MOST RBI: 4 — 5/27/08 vs. CWS (with CLE) run and 19 RBI. MOST STOLEN BASES: 2 — 4 times; • Missed remainder of season last 7/21/11 at TOR after being placed on 60-day LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 13 — 2 times; disabled list Sept. 6 with a last 9/30/09-4/12/10 strained left oblique. CAREER GRAND SLAMS: • Holds the American League 1 – 5/27/08 vs. CWS (with CLE) record for most consecutive errorless chances (786) by an outfielder (passed Darin Erstad, 723 errorless chances, May 30, 2001-Sept. 22, 2002)…has not made an error since Aug. 20, 2009, a span of 279 consecutive games (271 GS)…the MLB record is 938 consecutive errorless chances and 392 consecutive games, both held by Darren Lewis (Aug. 21, 1990-June 29, 1994 with OAK & SF)…AL record for consecutive errorless games by OF is 336 by Rich Amaral. • Did not commit an error in 92 games (244 total chances), his 2nd consecutive season without committing an error. • Hit .282 (35x124) with 12 runs, 8 doubles and 10 RBI over his final 33 games, July 31Sept. 4…began season hitting .187 (37x198) in his first 59 games. • Tied for team lead with 7 outfield assists (with Ichiro) despite appearing in only 92 games. • Hit .248 (40x161) on the road, compared to .199 (32x161) at Safeco Field. • Tied a career-high with 5 consecutive multi-hit games Aug. 8-13 (also: 2009). • On disabled list March 30-May 18 with stomach gastritis…missed first 41 games. • Appeared in 11 games with AAA Tacoma on rehab (.275/11x40, 7 R, 2 2B, 2 3B, 6 RBI). PERSONAL: Franklin Rafael Gutierrez (goo-tee-AIR-ezz) …married (Vivian) and resides in Caracas, Venezuela…his favorite player growing up was Andres Galarraga…signed by Dodgers scout Camilo Pascual on Nov. 18, 2000. CAREER: Appeared in 681 career Major League games with Cleveland (2005-08) and Seattle (2009-current)…won the 2010 AL Gold Glove Award…originally signed by Los Angeles (NL) as a non-drafted free agent, Nov. 11, 2000. 2002: Spent most of year at South Georgia (A) of the South Atlantic League before ending season with 2 games in Las Vegas (AAA)…stole 13 bases in 17 attempts at South Georgia. 2003: In a combined 128 games for Vero Beach (A) and Jacksonville (AA), batted .287 (141x492) with 24 home runs and 80 RBI…named the Dodgers Minor League Player of the Year…rated as the 4th-best prospect in the Florida State League by Baseball America…ranked 2nd in the FSL in slugging % (.513), home runs (20) and PERFECT IN CENTER total bases (218), and 3rd in extra base Gutierrez has not made an error in the hits (53)…represented the World Team in outfield since Aug. 20, 2009, a span of 279 the Futures Game in Chicago…selected games (271 GS) and 786 total chances. to the FSL Postseason All-Star Team and MLB Record, Consecutive Errorless G in OF: the Topps Class A All-Star Team…named 392 Darren Lewis to the FSL Baseball America High Class A AL Record, Consecutive Errorless G in OF: All-Star Team…named FSL Player of the 336 Rich Amaral Week, April 3-13 (.354/17x48, 7 HR, 17 MLB Record, Errorless Games TC in OF: RBI)…named the April FSL Player of the 938 Darren Lewis Month by Topps. 49

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2004: Acquired by the Indians prior to the THE PERFECT SEASON season for Milton Bradley (of)…spent In 2010, Franklin Gutierrez became the most of the season at Akron, but was 5th outfielder in Major League history with limited to 77 combined games at Akron a 1.000 FLD% with a min. 380 TC. and Buffalo (AAA) due to a strained ligament in his right elbow suffered on 1. Franklin Gutierrez, 2010 .....415 TC a HBP…promoted to Buffalo on June 2. Curt Flood, 1966 ................... 396 TC 22 to get regular at-bats as the DH after 3. Darryl Hamilton, 1996 ........... 389 TC experiencing elbow pain…on the DL July 4. Juan Pierre, 2006 .................. 384 TC 2-Sept. 1…participated in the Florida 5. Brett Butler, 1991 .................. 380 TC Instructional League and hit .277 (57x206) in the Venezuelan Winter League. 2005: Split the season between Akron and Buffalo and was added to the big league roster on Aug. 31…started the year in Akron, batting .261 (100x383) with 25 doubles, 2 triples, 11 home runs and 42 RBI…promoted to Buffalo on Aug. 10…made his Major League debut Aug. 31 vs. Detroit as a pinch runner…appeared in 5 games as a pinch runner for the Tribe (2 games in CF) and lined out in his first/only at-bat vs. Kansas City on Sept. 18 …named the 4th-best prospect in the Indians organization by Baseball America and hit .341 (63x185) in the Venezuelan Winter League for Caracas (4 HR, 31 RBI).. 2006: Split the season between Buffalo and the big leagues…was with the Indians from June 16-July 13, Aug. 9-25 and Sept. 5-remainder of the season…collected his first Major League hit on June 17 at Milwaukee (off Dave Bush)…hit first homer Aug. 13 vs. Kansas City (off Andy Sisco)…collected a career-high 4 hits July 7 vs. Baltimore…hit .309 (34x110) with 9 doubles, one home run and 8 RBI in his last 35 games with the Indians leading up to the end of the season (since June 26). 2007: Made 59 starts in right field, 7 starts in left field and 2 starts in center field for the Indians…hit .260 (53x204) with 12 doubles, 9 home runs and 27 RBI in 66 games following the All-Star break…began the year on the 15-day Major League disabled list after injuring his left hamstring running on the bases on March 22. 2008: Set career-highs in nearly every offensive category, including games (134), hits (99), doubles (26), RBI (41) and extra base hits (36)…raised his average from .223 to .248 during the stretch…ranked 16th among all AL outfielders in fielding % (.989, 3 E, 276 TC)…over the last two months of the season hit a combined .313 (46x147) with 12 doubles, 4 home runs and 20 RBI in 47 games…recorded 10-game hitting streak from Sept. 7-16…hit his first career grand slam and drove in a career-high 4 RBI May 27 vs. Chicago (Mark Buehrle)…hit his first career leadoff home run Aug. 6 at Tampa Bay. 2009: Set career highs in games (153), at-bats (565), runs (85), hits (160), home runs (18) and RBI (70)…earned Fielding Bible Award as best fielding center fielder in baseball… hit .335 (55x164) batting average against left-handers, ranking 10th in the AL…hit .317 (90x284) with 51 runs, 12 doubles, 7 home runs, 38 RBI, .386 OBP at home…became just the 9th player in club history to record a season of at least 15 HR and 15 stolen bases…led Major League outfielders with 445 putouts, 3rd with .921 zone rating and had 6 outfield assists…putouts ranked as 4th most by a Mariners outfielder behind Mike Cameron (485 in ‘03) and Ruppert Jones (465 in ’77, 453 in ’79)…hit .301 (108x359) with 57 runs, 18 doubles, 12 HR, 46 RBI and .802 OPS June 23-end of season…career-high 13-game hitting streak June 26-July 10 (.462/24x52)…recorded first career multi-homer game June 18 at San Diego…hit 2-run home run in Mariners debut on Opening Day, April 6 at Minnesota…ranked 2nd in the American League with 13 sacrifice bunts…left game June 10 at Baltimore with a left knee contusion, missing 2 games due to injury. 2010: Earned first AL Gold Glove…set ML record finishing the season with 415 errorless chances in the outfield, besting the previous record (Curt Flood, STL, 396 in 1966)… first Mariners outfielder to finish the season with a 1.000 fielding percentage (min. 108 games)…led Mariners with 64 RBI, T1st in triples (3), 2nd in home runs (12), walks (50), 3rd in steals (25), runs (61), doubles (25)…stole a career-high 25 bases, just the 5th Mariners center fielder with 25+ steals (7x, M. Cameron, 2x; Ichiro, 2x; Ruppert Jones; Henry Cotto)…walk-off 2-RBI single to center on July 21 vs. Chicago (AL). AWARDS: AL Gold Glove: 2010…Fielding Bible Award: 2008 (RF), 2009 (CF). POSTSEASON-EXPERIENCE: Batted .207 (6x29) in 10 post-season games (HR, 4 RBI) in 2007…homered in Game 2 of the ALDS vs. New York in the 11th inning. 50

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GUTIERREZ’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2001 GCL Dodgers 2002 South Georgia Las Vegas 2003 Vero Beach Jacksonville 2004 Akron Buffalo 2005 Akron Buffalo CLEVELAND 2006 Buffalo CLEVELAND 2007 Buffalo CLEVELAND 2008 CLEVELAND 2009 SEATTLE 2010 SEATTLE 2011 Tacoma # SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals Mariners Totals ML Totals AVG .269 .283 .300 .282 .313 .302 .148 .261 .254 .000 .278 .272 .341 .266 .248 .283 .245 .275 .224 .281 .255 .256 G AB R 56 234 38 92 361 61 2 10 2 110 425 65 18 67 12 70 262 38 7 27 4 95 383 70 19 67 10 7 1 2 90 349 63 43 136 21 30 129 29 100 271 41 134 399 54 153 565 85 152 568 61 11 40 7 92 322 26 600 2354 399 397 1455 172 681 2262 290 H TB 2B 3B HR RBI 63 91 16 0 4 30 102 164 18 4 12 45 3 5 2 0 0 2 120 218 28 5 20 68 21 40 3 2 4 12 79 122 24 2 5 35 4 8 1 0 1 3 100 162 25 2 11 42 17 27 6 2 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 97 151 27 0 9 38 37 49 9 0 1 8 44 63 7 0 4 16 72 128 13 2 13 36 99 153 26 2 8 41 160 240 24 1 18 70 139 206 25 3 12 64 11 17 2 2 0 6 72 88 13 0 1 19 661 1068 159 19 70 304 371 534 62 4 31 153 579 864 110 8 53 238 SH SF 2 2 4 6 0 0 4 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 5 0 1 0 0 8 2 2 0 0 0 5 3 4 2 13 2 2 8 0 1 3 2 19 24 18 12 29 17 HB 4 6 0 3 1 9 0 7 1 0 5 0 1 1 8 3 1 0 1 37 5 14 BB 16 31 1 39 7 23 1 30 6 1 49 3 8 21 27 46 50 6 16 217 112 164 SO 39 88 4 111 20 77 11 77 13 0 84 28 20 77 87 122 137 7 56 551 315 507 SB 9 13 0 17 3 6 0 14 2 0 13 0 7 8 9 16 25 0 13 84 54 71 CS 3 4 0 5 3 3 0 4 2 0 8 0 3 3 3 5 3 0 2 35 10 16 SLG .389 .454 .500 .513 .597 .466 .296 .423 .403 .000 .433 .360 .488 .472 .383 .425 .363 .425 .273 .454 .367 .382 OBP .324 .344 .364 .345 .387 .372 .179 .322 .320 .500 .373 .288 .384 .318 .307 .339 .303 .362 .261 .348 .308 .308

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DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2007 CLE vs. NYY AVG .200 G 4 AB 10 R 2 H 2 TB 2 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 SH 0 SF 0 HB 0 BB 2 SO 5 SB 0 CS 0 SLG .200 OBP .333

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2007 CLE vs. BOS AVG .211 G 6 AB 19 R 3 H 4 TB 7 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 1 4 SH 0 SF 0 HB 0 BB 3 SO 6 SB 0 CS 0 SLG .368 OBP .318

GUTIERREZ’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers as a non-drafted free agent, Nov. 11, 2000. — Acquired by Cleveland, along with a player to be named later (Andrew Brown), from the Dodgers in exchange for Milton Bradley, April 4, 2004. — On 15-day disabled list April 1-13, 2007 with a left hamstring strain. — Acquired by Seattle from Cleveland, along with Endy Chavez (of), Mike Carp (inf), Aaron Heilman (rhp), Jason Vargas (lhp), Ezequiel Carrera (of) and Maikel Cleto (rhp) from the Mets, in exchange for J.J. Putz (rhp), Sean Green (rhp) and Jeremy Reed (of) - to NYM - and Luis Valbuena (inf) - to CLE, Dec. 10, 2008. — Signed to 4-year contract extension thru 2013 (with club option for ‘14), Jan. 8, 2010. — On 15-day disabled list March 30-May 18, 2011 with stomach gastritis…included rehab assignment at AAA Tacoma May 2-18. — On 60-day disabled list Sept. 6, 2011-remainder of season with a strained left oblique.

GOLD GLOVE LEGACY
The Mariners had a pair of Gold Glove winners in 2010, Ichiro and Franklin Gutierrez. It marked the 11th time in club history the Mariners had multiple Gold Glove winners and the fourth time to win two of the three OF awards, joining Jay Buhner and Ken Griffey Jr. in 1996 and Ichiro and Mike Cameron in 2001 and 2003. The Mariners had at least one player win a Gold Glove winner in 24 consecutive seasons from 1987-2010. The streak started in 1987 when pitcher Mark Langston became the first Mariner ever to win a Gold Glove. Since 1998, the Mariners have captured 23 Gold Gloves (Ichiro - 10, Boone - 3, Olerud - 3, Griffey Jr. - 2, Cameron - 2, Beltre - 2, Gutierrez - 1). 51

FELIX HERNANDEZ (34)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 25, turns 26 April 8 BORN: 4-8-86 in Valencia, VZ BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 230 ML SERVICE: 6 years, 60 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2014 ACQUIRED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent July 4, 2002; signed by Mariners scouts Bob Engle, Pedro Avila and Emilio Carrasquel 2011: • Ranked amongst AL starters HERNANDEZ’s CAREER HIGHS in several pitching categories: MOST STRIKEOUTS: 13 – 2 times; Complete Games (5, T2nd), last 5/22/11 at SD Strikeouts (222, 4th), Innings LOW-HIT GAME: 1 - 4/11/07 at BOS (233.2, 6th), Starts (33, T6th), LONGEST WINNING STREAK: K/9.0 IP (8.55, 7th), Quality 9 — 8/28/09-4/21/10 Starts (22, T7th), ERA (3.47, LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 16th) and Wins (14, T13th). 5 — 4/27-5/26/08 • Named Mariners MVP pitcher MOST INNINGS PITCHED: by the Seattle chapter of the STARTER: 9.0 — 15 times; last 8/31/11 vs. LAA Baseball Writers Association of America…4th consecutive year RELIEVER: None to win the award. • First pitcher in club history with 3 seasons (2009, 2010, 2011) with at least 30 starts, 200 strikeouts, 200.0 innings and an ERA under 3.50…combined to go 46-31 with a 2.73 ERA (219 ER, 722.0 IP) and 671 strikeouts over the last 3 seasons. • Recorded 3rd consecutive 200-strikeouts season (222 in ‘11, 232 in ‘10, 217 in ‘09)…3rd pitcher in club history with 200 K’s in 3 consecutive seasons: Randy Johnson (5 straight, 1991-95) and Mark Langston (3 straight, 1986-88)…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)…he is the first pitcher since Roger Clemens (1986-88) to record 3 consecutive 200-strikeout seasons through age 25 season (computed on 6/30). • Struck out 1,264 batters, 6th-most most for any pitcher through his age-25 season. • Elected to play in his 2nd All-Star game (also: 2009), but did not participate due to starting final game before break vs. LAA. • Lasted at least 6.0 innings in 30 of 33 starts (22 quality starts)…had string of 30 straight starts of at least 6.0 IP (dating back to 5/13/10) snapped April 16 at Kansas City (5.0 IP), 3rd-longest streak in club history. • Left his final start Sept. 24 at Texas after being hit by a line drive on his right forearm (3.1 IP)…snapped a streak of 23 straight 6.0+ IP starts, May 17-Sept. 18.
Felix has recorded 1,264 strikeouts in 205 career starts, an average of over 6 strikeouts per start…ranks 2nd in strikeouts in the club history, trailing Randy Johnson…also 2nd in club history with 8.19 K/9.0 IP. Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Mariners Pitcher K’s Randy Johnson .................................... 2162 Felix Hernandez.................................. 1264 Jamie Moyer ........................................ 1239 Mark Langston ..................................... 1078 Mike Moore ............................................ 937 Rank 3rd 4th 3rd 4th T10th K/9.0 IP 10.58 8.19 5.33 8.10 5.79

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Category Quality Starts Starts Wins Innings Shutouts

Additional Mariners Rankings…
# 137 205 85 1388.1 4

Next Up Randy Johnson (172) Mike Moore (217) Randy Johnson (130) Mike Moore (1457.0) Fleming/Holman/Young (5)

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• Led AL with 7 starts with 10 or more strikeouts (16 YOUNG GUN in his career). • Recorded three starts with 10+ strikeouts and Felix has recorded 1,264 strikeouts zero walks (5/22 at SD - 13 K, 7/5 at OAK - 10 K, in 205 starts, 6th-most by any pitcher 8/7 at LAA - 12 K) to tie the single-season club through age 25 season: record with Randy Johnson (1995)… only pitcher 1. Bert Blyleven ......................1,546 with multiple (3) starts with 10+ strikeouts and 2. Walter Johnson ...................1,461 zero walks. 3. Dwight Gooden...................1,391 • Earned a CG victory on Opening Day April 1 at 4. Sam McDowell ...................1,384 Oakland (9.0,5,2,2,0,5,HR)…after allowing a 5. Fernando Valenzuela ..........1,274 HR in the first inning (Josh Willingham), retired 6. Felix Hernandez ................1,264 23 of last 26 batters faced…was first OD CG 7. Don Drysdale ......................1,236 since Ben Sheets in 2007 and 9.0 IP CG by an 8. Bob Feller ...........................1,233 AL pitcher since Bartolo Colon in 2002…first AL 9. Christy Mathewson.............1,198 OD performance since Rick Rhoden to record a 10. Frank Tanana ......................1,120 CG win (9.0 IP) with zero walks (4/5/88 NYY vs. Youngest to 1,000 K’s MIN)…only the 10th 9.0 IP CG by an AL pitcher Year Pitcher Age on Opening Day over the last 25 seasons (since 1941 Bob Feller .................. 22.179 1987)…first 9.0 CG win by a Mariners starter on 1974 Bert Blyleven ............. 23.121 Opening Day; previous high IP by a Mariners 1988 Dwight Gooden ......... 23.249 starter on Opening Day was 8.1 by Mike Moore 2010 Felix Hernandez ....... 24.139 (4/4/84 vs. TOR) and Erik Hanson (4/9/91 vs. ANA)…in 4 career Opening Day starts, Felix is 3-0 with a 1.67 ERA (6 ER, 31.2 IP) and 27 strikeouts. • Tied career-high with 13 strikeouts May 22 at San Diego…became the 4th pitcher in club history (6th time) to record 13 or more strikeouts in a game without issuing a walk; first since Randy Johnson on June 24, 1997 vs. Oakland (19 K’s, 0 BB). • Recorded career W#77 June 2 vs. Tampa Bay, setting franchise record for wins by a 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). • Dating back to 1900, is one of just 9 pitchers to record at least 172 starts prior to turning 25, he turned 25 on April 6…he joined Bert Blyleven, Christy Mathewson, Walter Johnson, Larry Dierker, Catfish Hunter, Dwight Gooden, Bob Feller and Hal Newhouser on the exclusive list. • Since his debut in 2005, logged 59 starts allowing 1 or fewer runs in 7.0 or more innings pitched (8 in ‘11)… ranks T5th-most in the Majors behind CC Sabathia (70), Roy Halladay (69), Cliff Lee (61), Roy Oswalt (60) and tied with Chris Carpenter (59). • Has led Mariners in ERA in each of last 5 seasons…first pitcher in Mariners history to lead

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3-YEAR DOMINATION
Over the last 3 seasons Felix has combined to go 46-31 with a 2.73 ERA and 671 strikeouts in 101 starts…he has the lowest ERA by any AL starter since 2009, and his 81 quality starts are the most in baseball: Lowest ERA since 2009 (by AL starter): 1. Felix Hernandez, SEA ............... 2.73 2. Jered Weaver, LAA ..................... 3.03 Justin Verlander, DET ................. 3.06 3. 4. Dan Haren, LAA .......................... 3.09 C.J. Wilson, TEX ......................... 3.09 Quality Starts since 2009 (MLB): 1. Felix Hernandez ........................... 81 2. Jered Weaver................................. 75 3. Roy Halladay ................................. 72 Dan Haren ..................................... 72 Justin Verlander ............................. 72

SINCE HIS DEBUT…
Since his Major League debut Aug. 4, 2005, Felix has been one of the top pitchers in the Majors…the following are rankings by pitchers with at least 100 GS since his debut: Strikeouts: 1. CC Sabathia ............................. 1,330 2. Felix Hernandez ...................... 1,264 3. Dan Haren ................................ 1,258 Justin Verlander ........................ 1,208 4. 5. Javier Vazquez ......................... 1,174 Innings Pitched: 1. CC Sabathia .......................... 1,468.0 2. Dan Haren ............................. 1,436.0 3. Roy Halladay ......................... 1,414.2 4. Felix Hernandez ................... 1,388.1 5. Bronson Arroyo ..................... 1,355.1

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the club in ERA in 5 seasons…old record was MARINERS 1-HITTERS 4 by Randy Johnson (1993-95, 1997). Jim Beattie, 9/27/83, vs. KC PERSONAL: Felix Abraham Hernandez… Mike Trujillo, 9/20/86, vs. KC resides during the off-season in Valencia, VZ Mark Langston, 9/24/88, vs. TEX and Bellevue, WA with wife Sandra…has a Brian Holman, 4/20/90, vs. OAK daughter, Mia, and son, Abraham…graduated Randy Johnson, 8/14/91, vs. OAK from Unidad Educativa Jose Austre in July, Randy Johnson, 5/16/93, vs. OAK 2002…named to the provisional roster for Randy Johnson, 7/16/98, vs. MIN Venezuela for the World Baseball Classic in Gil Meche, 6/13/00, vs. KC (5.0 inn.) 2006 and 2009. Felix Hernandez, 4/11/07, at BOS CAREER: Spent entire pro career in Mariners Jarrod Washburn, 7/6/09, vs. BAL organization…since his ML debut in 2005, ranks T2nd with 1,264 strikeouts and 10th with a 3.24 ERA (min. 700.0 IP). 2002: Pitched with Aguirre in the Venezuelan Summer League. 2003: Started season with short-A Everett…began season 5-0, 0.82 (22 IP, 2 ER, 31 K)… struck out a season-high 10 batters 3 times (July 27, Aug. 13 & Aug. 29)…finished 5th in Northwest League with 73 strikeouts in 55.0 IP (11.9 K/9 IP)…held opponents to a .218 average…made two starts with Wisconsin, striking out 18 batters in 14 innings to end the season…named to the Northwest League All-Star team…named Everett’s Most Valuable Pitcher by the Seattle Mariners…participated in the Mariners 2003 Arizona Instructional League…pitched for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League. 2004: Split season between Inland Empire (A) and San Antonio (AA) finishing a combined 14-4, with a 2.95 ERA and 172 strikeouts…ranked 3rd among all Mariners farmhands and 12th in the minor leagues in strikeouts…allowed 3 or less runs in 22 of 26 starts…began season with Inland Empire, appearing in 16 games, 15 starts…named to Cal League All-Star team…named Cal League pitcher of the week twice, April 12-18 & June 2127…promoted to San Antonio June 30…played for the World Team in the 2004 All-Star Future’s Game…named Seattle Mariners Minor League Pitcher of the Year. 2005: Recorded 10 quality starts in 12 Major League starts…limited opposing batters to a .203 batting average against…did not allow an extra base hit until his 5th ML start (Aug. 30, 30.0 innings, 112 batters faced)…became the first pitcher to begin his Big League career with such a streak since Kip Gross went 121 batters faced without allowing an extra-base hit from April 21, 1990-July 4, 1991…recalled from AAA Tacoma and made ML debut Aug. 4 at Detroit…debut made him just the 3rd 19-year-old to debut as a starting pitcher since 1984 (also: Dwight Gooden, 4/7/84, and Todd Van Poppel, 9/11/91)… debuted as the youngest big league pitcher since Jose Rijo worked as a reliever in 1984… Rijo was 19 years, 54 days old on July 6,1984 (NYY at Minnesota) in a relief appearance… was the youngest player to appear in a Major League game in 2005…also the youngest player to make his ML debut as a starting pitcher since the White Sox Britt Burns on Aug. 5, 1978…recorded first ML win in second career start Aug. 9 vs. Minnesota, tossing 8.0 scoreless innings…struck out 11 batters Aug. 15 vs. Kansas City becoming the first teenager to fan 10 or more in a game since Dwight Gooden did it 15 times in 1984… before Gooden, it was Bert Blyleven in 1970…named PCL Rookie of the Year and PCL Pitcher of the Year with Tacoma…did not pitch June 14-July 10 due to right shoulder bursitis; made 5 appearances out of the bullpen when he returned. 2006: Began the season as the only teenager on an Opening Day roster at 19 years, 360 days…nearly 28 years younger than the oldest player, Julio Franco…Jamie Moyer was the 2nd-oldest player on an Opening Day roster, giving Seattle the oldest and youngest pitchers in MLB…T6th in the AL with 176 strikeouts, most by a Mariner since Freddy AL Strikeout Leaders (2006-11): 1. Justin Verlander ..........1,208 2. Felix Hernandez ........1,187 3. CC Sabathia................1,128 4. A.J. Burnett .................1,038 5. James Shields.............1,027 54 AL ERA Leaders (2006-11): 1. Roy Halladay .................2.90 2. CC Sabathia..................3.25 3. Felix Hernandez ..........3.28 4. Jered Weaver ................3.31 5. Zack Greinke .................3.32

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Garcia’s 181 in 2002…was 3rd in the AL 2010 CY YOUNG AWARD with 8.29 strikeouts per 9.0 innings… Felix Hernandez won the 2010 AL pitched first career shutout Aug. 28, Cy Young Award, earning 21 of the 28 blanking the Angels 2-0; at 1 hour, 51 first-place votes. minutes was shortest game in Safeco Field history. Points 1st 2nd 3rd Pitcher 2007: Led team in strikeouts (165), 2nd F. Hernandez 167 21 2 3 in wins (14) and 3rd in innings (190.1) D. Price 111 4 15 7 despite missing 19 games on 15-day DL… 102 3 10 12 C. Sabathia recorded 12 strikeouts April 2, Opening J. Lester 33 0 0 1 Day vs. Oakland…was the Majors first J. Weaver 24 0 0 2 Opening Day pitcher to strike out at least * 4th and 5th place votes also awarded in 2010 12 batters without allowing a run since Bob Gibson (STL) in 1967…4th pitcher since 1900 to start and win an Opening Day game before his 21st birthday…recorded 9th one-hitter in club history April 11 at Boston… allowed 4 hits and 0 runs in first 2 starts (17.0) for a .075 opponents batting average (4x53)…last time a pitcher threw that many innings while holding his opponents to such a low batting average in his first two starts of a season was in 1970; Nolan Ryan (NYM) threw 17.0 innings and held opponents to 3 hits in 51 at-bats (.059); and Tom Phoebus (BAL) threw 17.0 IP, holding opponents to 4 hits in 53 at-bats (Elias Sports Bureau)… left game April 18 vs. Minnesota with tightness in his right elbow…placed on the 15-day disabled list April 23 (retro 4/19) with right elbow strain; activated May 15…was 2-1, 1.56 ERA prior to DL stint; was 12-6, 4.09 in 26 starts following return from DL…was 8-1, 3.81 (37 ER, 87.1 IP) over final 13 starts (July 27-Sept. 30). 2008: Led the Mariners in wins (9), starts (31), innings (200.2), strikeouts (175), and ERA (3.45)…named Mariners Most Valuable Pitcher by the Seattle Chapter of the BBWAA… among AL pitchers, ranked T8th in ERA (3.45), 9th in strikeouts (175) and 7th in K/9.0 IP (7.8)…had the 2nd-lowest run support average (3.86) in the AL, receiving 2-or-less runs in 17 of 31 starts…recorded his 500th career strikeout June 11 at Toronto (R. Barajas in 8th inning)…among pitchers who debuted since 1900, at 22 years, 64 days, he is was the 6th-youngest to reach 500 career K’s and the youngest since D. Gooden (20 years, 294 days) in 1985…became the first Mariners pitcher to hit a home run in when he hit a grand slam off Johan Santana June 23 at Shea Stadium…became the first pitcher to hit a grand slam off a Cy Young Award winner since Steve Carlton hit one off the Dodgers’ Fernando Valenzuela on May 16, 1984…tied a club record with 3 consecutive starts not allowing an earned run (5/31 vs. DET, 6/6 at BOS & 6/11 at TOR). 2009: Finished 2nd in the AL Cy Young race behind Zack Greinke…won 2009 Seattle Sports Pro Star of the Year award…winner of the Luis Aparicio Award as the best Venezuelan in the Majors…set career-highs in wins (19), starts (34), strikeouts (217) and innings pitched (238.2)…led the AL with a .792 winning percentage…also listed 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 the top 5 in each of the three pitching Triple Crown categories (W-ERA-K)…recorded a quality start in 24 of his last 25 starts, going 15-2 with a 1.98 ERA (40 ER, 182.0 IP) from May 24-end of season… Mariners Quality Starts (Season): 1. Felix Hernandez, 2010 .............30 2. Felix Hernandez, 2009 .............29 Floyd Bannister, 1982 ................25 3. 4. Mark Langston, 1988 .................24 5. Freddy Garcia, 2001 ..................24 Mariners Inning Pitched (Season): 1. Mark Langston, 1987 ............272.0 2. Mike Moore, 1986 .................266.0 3. Mark Langston, 1988 ............261.1 4. Randy Johnson, 1993 ...........255.1 5. Felix Hernandez, 2010 ........249.2 55 Mariners Wins (Season): 1. Jamie Moyer, 2003.....................21 2. Randy Johnson, 1997 ................20 Jamie Moyer, 2001.....................20 4. Felix Hernandez, 2009 .............19 Randy Johnson, 1993 ................19 Mark Langston, 1987 .................19 Mariners ERA (Season): 1. Felix Hernandez, 2010 ..........2.27 2. Randy Johnson, 1997 .............2.28 3. Randy Johnson, 1995 .............2.48 4. Felix Hernandez, 2009 ..........2.49 5. Freddy Garcia, 2001 ...............3.05

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ERA over that stretch was tops in the Majors… 2011 AL LEADERS followed a Mariners loss in 23 of his 34 starts, going 15-4 with a 2.46 ERA (44 ER, 161.0 IP) in Felix ranked amongst AL leaders in sevthose games…etched name in Mariners single- eral pitching categories in 2011: season record book, ranking 3rd in ERA (2.49), Complete Games .......................... 5 - T2nd T4th in wins (19), 4th in winning % (.792), T8th Strikeouts ..................................... 222 - 4th Losses .......................................... 14 - T4th in innings pitched (238.2), 9th in strikeouts (217), Wild Pitches.................................. 12 - T4th 9th in starts (34) and first in wild pitches (17)… Innings ....................................... 233.2 - 6th set Mariners record for wins by RHP…named Hits Allowed ................................. 218 - 6th Starts ............................................ 33 - T6th the AL Pitcher of the Month for June (3-0, 0.94) K/9.0 IP ........................................ 8.55 - 7th and September (6-0, 1.52)…became the first Quality Starts ................................ 22 - T7th player in club history to earn two honors during ERA............................................ 3.47 - 16th the same season…tied for ML lead and set club Wins............................................ 14 - T13th record with 1.99 ERA (28 ER, 126.2 IP) in 18 road starts…led the Majors and set club record with 29 quality starts…won 5 consecutive starts to end the season, posting a 1.88 ERA (8 ER, 38.1 IP)…selected to his first All-Star squad…was 23 years, 97 days on All-Star Tuesday, becoming the 5th-youngest Mariners All-Star and the youngest player in the 2009 Midsummer Classic in St. Louis…retired Orlando Hudson (F9), Albert Pujols (6-3) & Justin Upton (6-3)…tossed CG, 2-hit shutout June 16 at San Diego…allowed singles in the 2nd & 9th…was first career 2-hitter (has one 1-hitter)…recorded career strikeout #600 in 2nd start (106th career start) April 11 at Oakland…at 23 years, 3 days old, became the fastest to reach 600 career strikeouts since Dwight Gooden on May 28, 1986 (21 years, 193 days)…also recorded career K’s #700 and #800 during the season…career-high 22.0 consecutive scoreless innings April 17-May 4…streak ranked T10th-longest in club history…also had a 20.0 scoreless streak June 10-21…went 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER, 8.2 IP) in 2 G/1 GS for Venezuela in the 2009 World Baseball Classic. 2010: Won the AL Cy Young Award, garnering 21 of 28 first-place votes…joins Randy Johnson (1995) as only other Mariner to win the Cy Young…went 13-12 with a 2.27 ERA (63 ER, 249.2 IP), 232 strikeouts and 30 quality starts…named Sporting News AL Pitcher of the Year…named Mariners Most Valuable Pitcher by the Seattle Chapter of the BBWAA for 3rd straight year…set a Mariners club 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 history…became 2nd pitcher in club history to lead the AL in ERA (Randy Johnson, 1995)…led the American League in ERA (2.27), innings pitched (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)…that’s the most in the Majors this season and most since Randy Johnson posted 252 scoreless frames in 1999…allowed 1 or fewer runs in an inning in 236 of 256 innings in which he appeared in (92.2%)…2nd-highest innings total by an AL pitcher over the last 12 seasons; Roy Halladay threw 266.0 innings for Toronto in 2003…5th-most single-season innings total in Mariners history…finished the season with a single-season club record 25 consecutive starts pitching into at least the 7th inning…tallied 232 strikeouts, 2nd-most in the AL (Jered Weaver had 233) and 8thmost in club history…most K’s by a RHP in club history…had lowest run support average in the AL at 3.10…in 12 losses, received 7 total runs of support (runs scored when he was in the game)…Mariners scored 1 or fewer runs in 10 of 34 starts, and 2 or fewer runs 15 times…posted a 1.53 ERA (19 ER, 112.0 IP) in 15 starts following the All-Star break… was T3rd-lowest by an AL starter post-ASG over the last 25 years: R. Clemens (0.97 in ’90), J. Santana (1.21 in ’04), D. Alexander (1.53 in ’87)…was 7-5, 2.88 in 19 starts prior to the All-Star break…recorded a quality start in 30 of 34 starts (6.0 or more IP, 3 or less ER), setting a club record…most quality starts by an AL pitcher since Bret Saberhagen (30 in 1989)…had string of 17 consecutive quality starts snapped Sept. 11 at LAA…led the AL with 15 starts where he allowed 1 or less runs in at least 7.0 innings, most by an AL pitcher since Pedro Martinez (15 in 2000) and Roger Clemens (19 in 1997)…lasted at least 8.0 innings in 16 starts, including an AL leading 5 starts of 8.0 shutout innings…had 13 starts allowing 1 or fewer runs in 8.0 or more IP…recorded 1,000th career strikeout Aug. 25 at Boston (6th inning, D. Ortiz)…at 24 years, 139 days old, became the 4th56

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youngest pitcher in MLB history to reach 1,000 career K’s…went 5-1 with a 0.63 ERA (4 ER, 57.1 IP) in 7 starts against the AL East, including 3-0, 0.35 in 3 starts against the Yankees…threw a 2-hit shutout on June 30, becoming the first pitcher to throw a shutout at new Yankee Stadium…recorded a CG 2-hitter in 1-0 loss Sept. 23 at Toronto; 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 games…posted CGs against the Reds (6/19) and Yankees (6/30), and a 9.0-inning no-decision against the Cubs (6/24)…recorded 4th CG July 10 vs. NYY (9.0,10,1,1,2,9,HR)…was his 3rd consecutive complete game against the Yankees (9/18/09, 6/30/10, 7/10/10), becoming the first pitcher to accomplish this since Jaime Navarro (1990-91 w/MIL)…2nd Mariners pitcher to do so (J. Beattie, 1984)…recorded 4 strikeouts in the top of the 8th inning June 3 vs. Minnesota; became 3rd Mariners pitcher (last: Kaz Sasaki, 4/4/03 at TEX) and 22nd in AL history…made 3rd career Opening Day start April 5 at Oakland (ND, 6.2,3,3,3,6,4). 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 GS…did not allow a run in 8.2 IP… struck out 7 in 4.2 IP in start against Puerto Rico. AWARDS: AL All-Star: 2009, 2011…Cy Young: 2010…Sporting News AL Pitcher of the Year: 2010…AL Pitcher of the Month: June 2009, September 2009…Mariners MVP Pitcher by the Seattle Chapter of the BBWAA (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)…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 Moment of the Year (2010).

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HERNANDEZ’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2003 Everett Wisconsin 2004 Inland Empire San Antonio 2005 Tacoma SEATTLE 2006 SEATTLE 2007 SEATTLE 2008 SEATTLE 2009 SEATTLE 2010 SEATTLE 2011 SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals ML Totals W-L 7-2 0-0 9-3 5-1 9-4 4-4 12-14 14-7 9-11 +19-5 13-12 14-14 30-10 85-67 ERA 2.29 1.93 2.74 3.30 2.25 2.67 4.52 3.92 3.45 2.49 *2.27 3.47 2.59 3.24 AB 24 G GS 11 7 2 2 16 15 10 10 19 14 12 12 31 31 30 30 31 31 34 34 34 +34 33 33 58 48 205 205 CG 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 2 2 6 5 2 18 SHO SV IP H 0 0 55.0 43 0 0 14.0 9 0 0 92.0 85 1 0 57.1 47 0 0 88.0 62 0 0 84.1 61 1 0 191.0 195 1 0 190.1 209 0 0 200.2 198 1 0 238.2 200 1 0 *249.2 194 0 0 233.2 218 1 0 306.1 246 4 0 1388.1 1275 R 17 4 31 23 24 26 105 88 85 81 80 99 99 564 ER 14 3 28 21 22 25 96 83 77 66 63 90 88 500 HR 2 1 5 3 3 5 23 20 17 15 17 19 14 116 HB 8 0 8 4 3 2 6 3 8 8 8 7 23 42 SB 0 BB SO 24 73 3 18 26 114 21 58 48 100 23 77 60 176 53 165 80 175 71 217 70 232 67 222 122 363 424 1264 CS SLG 0 .250 WP 7 0 6 2 2 3 11 7 8 17 14 12 17 72 OBP .160 BK 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 4 5

BATTING AVG CAREER .125 Last Hit - 6/24/11 vs. FLA

R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO 2 3 6 0 0 1 5 4 0 0 1 12 Last Home Run - 6/23/2008 at NYM (Grand Slam off Johan Santana)

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE 2009 AL, St. Louis 2011 AL, Arizona ASG Totals W-L 0-0 0-0 ERA 0.00 0.00 G 1 1 GS 0 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 Did Not Pitch 0 0 0 IP 1.0 1.0 H 0 0 R 0 0 ER 0 0 HR 0 0 HB 0 0 BB 0 0 SO 0 0 WP 0 0 BK 0 0

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

HERNANDEZ’s 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. 57

DANNY HULTZEN (75)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher AGE: 22 BORN: 11-28-89 in Bethesda, MD BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 200 ML SERVICE: None CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 ACQUIRED: Mariners first round selection (2nd overall) in the 2011 June draft; signed by Mariners scout Mike Moriarty 2011: • Enters the season ranked as the No. 16 prospect in baseball by MLB.com…also listed as the No. 3 LHP prospect by the website. • Ranked by Baseball America as the Mariners No. 3 prospect, and the pitcher possessing the best control and changeup. • Played for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League…went 1-0 with 1.40 ERA (3 ER, 19.1 IP) in 6 starts. • Named to the 2011 Arizona Fall League Top Prospects Team. • Was the starting pitcher (West squad) in the Arizona Fall League Rising Stars Game. • Ranked 3rd in the AFL in ERA (1.40) and 5th among starters in opponent avg (.225). • Held opponents to a .225 batting average (16x71), including .118 (2x17) vs. lefty batters. • Allowed 1 run or fewer in all 6 starts, including 3 scoreless starts. • Signed at the draft signing deadline on Aug. 15. • Began the season as the Opening Day starter for the University of Virginia on Feb. 18 (vs. UAB) and had his last AFL start Nov. 12. • As junior at the University of Virginia, went 12-3 with a 1.37 ERA (18 ER, 118.0 IP) with 165 strikeouts in 18 starts…led Virginia to the College World Series. • Finalist for the Golden Spikes and Dick Howser Player of the Year awards…unanimous First-Team All-American…First-Team All-ACC and ACC Pitcher of the Year. • Won the 2011 John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award…batted .309 (42x136) with 11 doubles, 2 triples, 1 home run and 35 RBI. PERSONAL: Daniel Alexander Hultzen (HULT-zen)…played college baseball at the University of Virginia…attended St. Albans School in Washington, DC…named high school FirstTeam All-American by Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball in 2008 (13-0, 0.74 ERA, 140 K, 73.0 IP)…selected by Arizona in 10th round of 2008 MLB Draft. CAREER: Went 32-5 with a 2.08 ERA (74 ER, 320.0 IP) in 51 G/50 GS during his three years at Virginia…holds UVa career record with 32 wins, T14th in ACC history in career wins… broke the Virginia career strikeout record (395)…also ranked 2nd-best in school history in ERA (2.08) and innings pitched (320.0)…averaged 11.1 K/9.0 IP during his career…was a three-time all-ACC selection…two-time ACC Pitcher of the Year (2010 & 2011).

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HULTZEN’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Arizona in the 10th round of the 2008 June draft…did not sign and attended the University of Virginia. — Selected by Seattle in the first round (2nd overall) of the 2011 June draft…signed Aug. 15, 2011 by Mariners scout Mike Moriarty.

ROOKIE QUALIFICATIONS
A player shall be considered a rookie unless, during a previous season or seasons, he has (a) exceeded 130 at bats or 50 innings pitched in the Major Leagues; or (b) accumulated more than 45 days on the active roster of a Major League club or clubs during the period of 25-player limit (excluding time in military service and time on the disabled list).

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HISASHI IWAKUMA (18)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 30, turns 31 April 12 BORN: 4-12-81 in Tokyo, Japan BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 190 ML SERVICE: None CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent on Jan. 5, 2012

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2011: • Made 17 starts for Rakuten, going 6-7 with a 2.42 ERA (32 ER, 119.0 IP)…averaged 7.0 innings and 99.8 pitches per start. • On the disabled list from May 18-July 26 with a sore right shoulder…was 3-2 with a 1.72 ERA at the time of his injury. • Struck out season-high 13 batters in CG shutout April 26 at Seibu. • In first 3 starts, went 3-0 with 2 CG, 27 strikeouts and a 1.37 ERA (4 ER, 26.1 IP). PERSONAL: Hisashi Iwakuma (he-sash-ee e-wah-kuma)…attended Horikoshi High School…played in the 2004 Athens Olympics and 2009 World Baseball Classic… originally selected by Osaka Kintetsu in the fifth round of the 1999 NPB amateur draft… nicknamed “Kuma,” which is Japanese for “Bear.” 2001: Made his NPB debut May 29 vs. Nippon Ham…went 4-2 with a 4.53 ERA (22 ER, 43.2 IP) in 9 appearances (8 GS)…threw CG, 2-hit shutout Sept. 18 vs. Seibu. 2002: Made 23 starts, going 8-7 with 3.69 ERA (58 ER, 141.1 IP) and 131 strikeouts…. 2003: Led the league with 11 complete games…went 15-10, 3.45 with 149 strikeouts in 27 starts…named NPB All-Star. 2004: Opened the season going 12-0, setting a club record for consecutive wins to open a season…starting pitcher in the NPB All-Star Game…led the league in both wins and winning percentage (.882)…pitched in Game 5 of the NPB-MLB Post-Season All-Star Series…earned Best Nine Award…pitched 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 starts…made season debut Aug. 29 vs. Nippon Ham…went 1-2 with a 3.73 ERA (16 ER, 38.2 IP). 2007: Named Rakuten’s Opening Day starter…sidelined with back soreness and a left oblique strain…returned to full strength following the All-Star break…finished the season 5-5, 3.40 in 16 starts…underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow in October. 2008: Named the Pacific League MVP going 21-4, 1.87 ERA in 28 starts…also named a 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 2003…led the league in ERA and winning percentage…allowed just 3 home runs in 201.2 innings. 2009: Named Rakuten’s Opening Day starter for third consecutive season…part of gold medal winning Japan squad in the World Baseball Classic…went 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 career…went 10-9, 2.82 with 4 CG and 153 strikeouts in 28 starts…awarded to Oakland via the posting system, but could not reach agreement during 30-day negotiating period.

IWAKUMA’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2001 KINTETSU 2002 KINTETSU 2003 KINTETSU 2004 KINTETSU 2005 RAKUTEN 2006 RAKUTEN 2007 RAKUTEN 2008 RAKUTEN 2009 RAKUTEN 2010 RAKUTEN 2011 RAKUTEN Japan Totals W-L 4-2 8-7 15-10 *15-2 9-15 1-2 5-5 21-4 13-6 10-9 6-7 107-69 ERA 4.53 3.69 3.45 3.01 4.99 3.72 3.40 1.87 3.25 2.82 2.42 3.25 G 9 23 27 21 27 6 16 28 24 28 17 226 GS 8 23 27 21 27 6 16 28 24 28 17 225 CG 1 2 *11 7 9 2 0 5 5 4 2 48 SHO SV IP H 1 0 43.2 46 0 0 141.1 132 0 0 195.2 201 1 0 158.2 149 0 0 182.1 218 0 0 38.2 43 0 0 90.0 95 2 0 201.2 161 0 0 169.0 179 1 0 201.0 184 1 0 119.0 106 6 0 1541.0 1514 R 28 62 85 57 113 18 47 48 62 68 34 622 ER 22 58 75 53 101 16 34 42 61 63 32 557 HR 3 10 19 13 19 4 6 3 15 11 6 109 HB 3 8 3 8 6 1 2 4 6 12 5 58 BB SO 13 25 42 131 48 149 30 123 40 124 12 16 23 84 36 159 43 121 36 153 19 90 342 1175 WP 1 4 2 0 7 0 0 4 3 1 1 23 BK 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2

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

IWAKUMA’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
2012 MARINERS
— Selected by Kintetsu in the 5th round of Japan’s 1999 amateur draft. — Contract purchased by Rakuten Eagles from Orix Buffaloes, December, 2004. — Signed by Seattle as a free agent, Jan. 5, 2012.

UNITED NATIONS
In 35 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 Australia Belgium Canada Colombia Cuba Dominican Republic Germany Italy Japan Mexico Netherlands Netherlands Antilles Nicaragua Panama Puerto Rico South Korea United States Venezuela Players 2 1 10 2 3 32 1 1 6 7 1 2 1 1 24 2 524 30 Notable Players Ryan Rowland-Smith, Travis Blackley Brian Lesher Michael Saunders, Erik Bedard, Rob Ducey, Ryan Radmanovich Jolbert Cabrera, Emiliano Fruto Yuniesky Betancourt, Diego Segui, Tony Fossas Adrian Beltre, Domingo Ramos, Stan Javier, Jose Mesa Mike Blowers Alex Liddi Ichiro, Kenji Johjima, Kazuhiro Sasaki, Shigetoshi Hasegawa Mario Mendoza, Enrique Romo, Jorge Campillo Greg Halman Wladimir Balentien, Gene Kingsale Dennis Martinez Roberto Kelly Joey Cora, Rey Quinones, Danny Tartabull, Ivan Calderon Cha Seung Baek, Shin-Soo Choo Edgar Martinez, Ken Griffey Jr., Jay Buhner, John Olerud Felix Hernandez, Jose Lopez, Omar Vizquel, Freddy Garcia

LONGTIME MARINERS
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 10 players in club history to play at least 10 seasons in Seattle:
Player Edgar Martinez Jay Buhner Ken Griffey Jr. Dan Wilson Ichiro Jamie Moyer Raul Ibañez Randy Johnson Dave Valle Harold Reynolds Seasons 18 14 13 12 11 11 10 10 10 10 Years 1987-2004 1988-2001 1989-1999, 2009-10 1994-2005 20011996-2006 1996-2000, 2004-2008 1989-1998 1984-1993 1983-1992

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JOHN JASO (27)
POSITION: Catcher AGE: 28, turns 29 Sept. 19 BORN: 9-19-83 in Chula Vista, CA BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 205 ML SERVICE: 2 years, 32 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with Tampa Bay in exchange for Josh Lueke (rhp) and cash considerations on Nov. 27, 2011 2011: JASO’s CAREER HIGHS • Spent his first full season in the Majors, appearing in 89 games for the MOST HITS: Rays, including 67 starts at catch7 — 3 times; last 8/25/10 at LAA (with TB) er…65 of 67 starts were against MOST HOME RUNS: 1 — 10 times; right-handed starters. last 9/9/11 vs. BOS (with TB) • Spent more than a month on the DL MOST RBI: 5 — 6/6/10 at TEX (with TB) with a right oblique strain, July 10MOST STOLEN BASES: 1 — 5 times; Aug. 18…appeared in 6 games on last 6/8/11 at LAA (with TB) rehab with AAA Durham. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: • Hit .224 (55x246) with 5 HR, 27 RBI, 6 — 2 times; last 7/5-17/10 (with TB) 15 doubles and 25 walks. CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None • Started 50 of the team’s 90 games prior to his stint on the DL…missed 33 games before returning Aug. 19. • Hit .233 (55x246) with all 5 of his home runs off right-handed pitching…batted .161 (5x31) off lefties...started only 2 games against LH starters: June 3 at Seattle (Jason Vargas) & Aug 29 at Toronto (Ricky Romero). • Hit leadoff in 6 games after batting leadoff in 45 games in 2010. PERSONAL: John Edward Jaso (JAY-so)…resides in McKinleyville, CA…graduated from McKinleyville (CA) High School, where he was a pitcher, catcher and shortstop for the Panthers…attended Southwestern Junior College…had a scholarship offer to the University of San Diego, but opted to sign to play professionally…avid outdoorsman and traveler. CAREER: Originally selected by Tampa Bay in the 12th round of the 2003 June draft… signed by Rays scout Craig Weissman…named a minor league All-Star in each of his first 5 professional seasons, 2004-08. 2004: Named Hudson Valley’s 2004 Player of the Year…recognized as a New York-Penn League All-Star…appeared in 25 games at catcher, 17 at DH and 14 at first base. 2005: Led Southwest Michigan with a .307 batting average (102x332), 6th in the Midwest League…named MWL midseason and postseason All-Star…rotator cuff surgery ended his season on Aug 7. 2006: Named a California League All-Star with Visalia…ranked 3rd in the Rays organization with a .309 batting average (113x366). …served primarily as the Oaks DH as he continued to recover from a rotator cuff injury…did not appear at catcher until June 12. 2007: Played in 109 games for AA Montgomery en route to the Southern League championship…appeared in all 9 playoff games for the Biscuits and led the league with 8 postseason RBI…named to the SL midseason and postseason All-Star teams… also tabbed as the starting catcher for the Topps Double-A All-Star Team and Baseball America’s AA All-Star Team…ranked 2nd in Southern League and 3rd in Rays organization batting .316 (120x380)…also 3rd in SL with .408 OBP…named Rays minor league Player of the Month for May after hitting .374 with 4 HR, 24 RBI and 10 doubles…in August, hit at a .378 clip with 4 HR and 20 RBI to earn Southern League Player of the Month honors. 2008: Appeared in 5 games for the Rays, starting one at catcher…recalled from AAA Durham Sept. 2…made Major League debut Sept. 6 at Toronto (as a pinch-hitter) and recorded his first ML hit Sept. 15 vs. Boston (off Chris Smith)…combined to bat .273 (107x392) with 20 doubles, 12 home runs and a .391 OBP in 116 games with AA Montgomery and Durham…earned a promotion to Durham shortly after he was named to the Southern League All-Star Team. 61

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2009: Spent the entire 2009 season with Durham as the primary catcher, with the exception of one day in the majors (July 12)…recalled on July 12, the final game before the All-Star break, but did not play…optioned back to Durham on July 17…hit .247 before the AllStar break and .306 after…Baseball America rated him as having the Best Strike-Zone Discipline in the organization entering the year. 2010: Became the 14th rookie all-time to serve as the primary catcher for a team that reached the postseason...hit leadoff while starting at catcher in 41 games...since 1901, only two players in history had started as many games catching and batting leadoff in one season: PIT/OAK Jason Kendall (5 times) and CLE Rollie Hemsley (1939)...marked the most starts in major league history by a rookie catcher batting leadoff...led AL rookies and set a franchise rookie record with 59 walks. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Appeared in 2010 and 2011 ALDS with Tampa Bay (both vs. Texas)…in 2010, appeared in 3 games, batting .300 (3x10) with 1 walk and 1 RBI… started Game 3 with Wade Davis on the mound, making them the first rookie battery in 63 years to start in a postseason victory…appeared in 2 games in 2011 ALDS, including starting G#3.

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JASO’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 CLUB Hudson Valley Hudson Valley SW Michigan Visalia Montgomery Montgomery Durham TAMPA BAY 2009 Durham TAMPA BAY 2010 Durham TAMPA BAY 2011 TAMPA BAY Durham # Minor Lg Totals ML Totals AVG .227 .302 .307 .309 .316 .271 .278 .200 .266 .364 .263 .224 .300 .291 .245 G 47 57 92 95 109 85 31 5 104 AB 154 199 332 366 380 284 108 10 331 H TB 2B 3B HR RBI 35 48 7 0 2 20 60 87 17 2 2 35 102 171 25 1 14 50 113 165 22 0 10 55 120 184 24 2 12 71 77 115 13 2 7 43 30 52 7 0 5 24 2 2 0 0 0 0 88 121 14 2 5 30 DID NOT APPEAR 1 4 5 1 0 0 2 57 89 128 18 3 5 44 26 55 87 15 1 5 27 2 6 8 2 0 0 4 345 635 956 132 9 57 334 85 146 217 33 4 10 71 R 20 34 61 58 62 51 14 2 42 SH 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 5 2 SF 3 1 8 6 5 3 0 0 4 1 3 0 0 31 3 HB 4 3 4 3 4 6 0 0 6 0 2 1 0 30 3 BB 25 22 42 31 59 62 10 0 46 SO 26 32 53 48 49 33 14 2 49 SB 2 1 3 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 4 1 0 12 5 CS 0 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 6 2 SLG .312 .437 .515 .451 .484 .405 .481 .200 .366 .455 .378 .354 .400 .438 .365 OBP .344 .378 .383 .362 .408 .408 .339 .200 .362 .333 .372 .298 .364 .379 .340

3 11 109 339 89 246 6 20 629 2185 203 595

0 2 59 39 25 36 2 3 299 309 84 77

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2010 TB vs. TEX 2011 TB vs. TEX DS Totals AVG .300 .000 .214 G 3 2 5 AB 10 4 14 R 0 0 0 H 3 0 3 TB 3 0 3 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 SH 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 HB 0 0 0 BB 1 0 1 SO 2 1 3 SB 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 SLG .300 .000 .214 OBP .364 .000 .267

JASO’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Tampa Bay in the 12th round of the 2003 June draft…Signed by Rays scout Craig Weissmann. — On 15-day disabled list July 10-Aug. 18, 2011 with a strained right oblique…included rehab assignment at AAA Durham. — Acquired by Seattle from Tampa Bay in exchange for Josh Lueke (rhp) and a PTBNL or cash considerations, Nov. 27, 2011.

JASO’s CATCHING RECORD:
CATCHER 2008 2010 2011 Totals PCT 1.000 .992 1.000 .996 G 3 96 82 181 GS 1 80 67 148 PO 11 611 479 1101 A 1 30 26 57 E 0 5 0 5 TC 12 646 505 1163 DP 0 5 4 9 PB 0 7 4 11 CS 0 9 8 17 SB 0 41 50 91 CS% --18.0% 13.8% 15.7%

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CESAR JIMENEZ (37)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher AGE: 27 BORN: 11-12-84 in Cumana, VZ BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 220 ML SERVICE: 2 years, 70 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on July 2, 2001; signed by Mariners scout Emilio Carrasquel…Re-Signed as a minor league free agent on Dec. 16, 2009. 2011: • Went 1-0 with 5.40 ERA (4 ER, 6.2 JIMENEZ’s CAREER HIGHS IP) in 8 appearances…posted a 1.42 MOST STRIKEOUTS: ERA (1 ER, 6.1 IP) and .167 opponent 4 – 9/10/08 vs. TEX batting average (4x24) over final 7 LOW-HIT GAME: None games. LONGEST WINNING STREAK: • Made season debut Sept. 2 at Oakland 1 — 9/21/11-current (0.1 IP, 2 H, 3 R, 3 ER); first MLB LONGEST LOSING STREAK: appearance since Sept. 28, 2008. 2 – 7/10-8/16/08 • Recorded first career win Sept. 21 at MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Minnesota, 5 years and 10 days (or STARTER: 4.0 – 9/25/06 vs. OAK 1,836 days) after his ML debut on RELIEVER: 4.0 – 7/6/08 vs. DET Sept. 11, 2006. • Selected to Major League roster from AAA Tacoma on Sept. 1. • Went 5-4 with 1 save and a 4.06 ERA (32 ER, 71.0 IP) with 35 BB, 86 K in 43 appearances with Tacoma…opponents hit .259 (71x274). • Missed most of 2009 & 2010 seasons with shoulder injuries. PERSONAL: Cesar (SEH-sar) Enrique Jimenez (hee-MEN-ez)…resides in Cumana, Sucre, VZ…attended Creacion Cantarrana…listed on the provisional roster for Venezuela for the World Baseball Classic in 2006 and 2009. CAREER: Spent entire professional career in Mariners system…originally signed by Seattle as a non-drafted free agent on July 2, 2001. 2001: Took part in the Mariners Fall Instructional League. 2002: Named Venezuelan team’s Most Valuable Pitcher by Mariners organization, going 7-1, 0.83 (6 ER, 65.1 IP) over 11 starts for Aguirre…also pitched in Peoria and Everett, combining to go 2-1, 2.78 (7 ER, 22.2 IP) in 9 relief appearances…participated in 2002 Arizona Instructional League. 2003: Appeared in 28 games (20 starts) for Wisconsin…went 3-0 with a 0.49 ERA and 17 strikeouts in 8 relief appearances…named to the Midwest League All-Star Team…played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League. 2004: Spent season with Inland Empire (A), appearing in 41 games (including 2 starts)…led Inland Empire with a 2.29 ERA, including a 2.11 ERA in relief…struck out a career-high 80 batters in 86.1 innings…held lefties to a .187 average (14x75)…played with Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League. 2005: Started season with San Antonio (AA), going 3-5, 2.62 (20 ER, 68.2 IP) with 4 saves in 45 appearances (1 GS) for the Missions…allowed 3 home runs in 68.2 innings…held lefties to a .220 average…appeared in 4 games in relief with Tacoma (AAA) from July 719…on DL from July 26-Aug. 2 with tendinitis of the left biceps…came back from DL stint to post a 1-1 record, 2.00 ERA (4 ER, 18.0 IP) in 10 August appearances. 2006: Began the season at San Antonio (AA), but ended the campaign with Seattle, appearing in 4 games (one start) with the Mariners…recalled from Tacoma (AAA) on Sept. 8…made Major League debut on Sept. 11 vs. Toronto, pitching 1.0 scoreless inning…made first Major League start Sept. 25 vs. Oakland, allowing 8 hits and 5 runs over 4.0 innings… was 0-2 despite a 2.76 ERA (5 ER, 16.1 IP) in 3 starts at San Antonio from April 8-19… promoted to AAA April 24…tossed a complete-game, one-hitter June 28 at Las Vegas… no-hitter was broken up in the ninth inning…on DL Aug. 3-24 with sore right elbow. 2007: Spent the entire season on the 40-man roster…opened the season on the 60-day disabled list with a fracture of the left elbow…re-instated from the DL on July 9 and optioned to AAA Tacoma…went 2-1 with 2 saves and a 3.51 ERA (10 ER, 25.2 IP) in 63

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16 relief appearances with the Rainiers…limited opponents to a .269 (28x104) average, including .235 (8x34) vs. left-handers…played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League… went 4-0 with one save and a 0.77 ERA (2 ER, 23.1 IP) in 21 appearances. 2008: Started the season at Tacoma (AAA), but finished season with Seattle after being recalled on June 30 when Felix Hernandez went on the DL…tied career-high with 4.0 scoreless innings in Mariners 15-inning game on July 6 vs. Detroit (4.0,0,0,0,2,3)…allowed only 2 earned runs in his first 17.2 innings in relief (1.02 ERA), July 1-Aug. 4…made pair of “spot” starts, Sept. 10 vs. Texas (3.0,1,0,0,2,4) and Sept. 25 vs. LAA (3.2,2,1,1,3,0), but did not figure into either decision…limited right-handed batters to a .203 average (13x64), compared to a .317 average (19x60) vs. lefties. 2009: Spent the entire season on the disabled list with left biceps tendinitis…transferred to the 60-day DL on May 26…had season-ending surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder on Sept. 9, 2009…surgery was performed by Dr. David Altcheck…reinstated from 60-day DL on Oct. 29 and outrighted to Tacoma…re-signed with Seattle on a 2-year minor league contract on Dec. 16, 2009. 2010: Started the season on the minor league disabled list recovering from left shoulder surgery…made season debut with the AZL Mariners July 30…did not allow a run in 3 outings (6.0 IP) in the Arizona League…reinstated from MiLB DL on Aug. 14 and placed on AA West Tenn roster…Went 1-0, 1.00 (1 ER, 9.0 IP) in 7 G/1 GS with the Diamond Jaxx…held opponents to a .212 batting average (7x33)…Combined to limit left-handers to .118 average (2x17) between AZL and West Tenn…pitched for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League (1-1, 2.41, 18.2 IP, 19 K, 17 G).

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JIMENEZ’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L 2002 VZL Mariners 7-1 AZL Mariners 0-0 Everett 2-1 2003 Wisconsin 8-11 2004 Inland Empire 6-7 2005 San Antonio 3-5 Tacoma 0-0 2006 San Antonio 0-2 Tacoma 5-10 SEATTLE 0-0 2007 AZL Mariners # 0-0 Tacoma 2-1 2008 Tacoma 1-3 SEATTLE 0-2 2009 AZL Mariners # 0-1 Tacoma # 0-1 2010 AZL Mariners 0-0 West Tenn 1-0 2011 Tacoma 5-4 SEATTLE 1-0 Minor Lg Totals 40-47 ML Totals 1-2 ERA 0.83 3.38 2.70 2.94 2.29 2.62 9.39 2.76 4.36 14.73 0.00 3.51 3.55 3.41 3.00 4.70 0.00 1.00 4.06 5.40 3.12 5.40 G 11 1 8 28 43 45 4 3 24 4 3 16 29 31 5 8 3 7 43 8 281 43 GS 11 0 0 20 2 1 0 3 19 1 2 0 0 2 4 0 3 1 0 0 66 3 CG 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 SHO SV IP 1 0 65.1 0 0 2.2 0 1 20.0 0 0 125.2 0 6 86.1 0 4 68.2 0 0 7.2 0 0 16.1 1 3 107.1 0 0 7.1 0 0 6.0 0 2 25.2 0 3 38.0 0 0 34.1 0 0 6.0 0 0 7.2 0 0 6.0 0 0 9.0 0 1 71.0 0 0 6.2 2 20 649.2 0 0 48.1 H 37 3 12 134 80 64 9 10 107 13 4 28 37 32 8 10 4 7 71 6 625 51 R 6 2 7 61 28 21 8 5 54 12 0 15 19 13 3 5 0 2 33 4 269 29 ER 6 1 6 41 22 20 8 5 52 12 0 10 15 13 2 4 0 1 32 4 225 29 HR 0 0 2 7 3 3 5 0 8 4 0 2 3 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 37 6 HB 3 0 3 2 5 2 0 1 4 0 1 0 2 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 27 1 BB 12 0 5 46 19 24 1 5 55 4 0 12 8 13 2 5 0 3 35 3 232 20 SO 67 3 25 76 81 54 9 10 66 3 6 23 47 26 8 5 8 9 81 7 578 36 WP 3 0 1 10 6 4 0 1 5 2 0 1 3 2 0 0 1 0 6 2 41 6 BK 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0

JIMENEZ’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by Seattle as a non-drafted free agent, July 2, 2001. — On 60-day disabled list April 1-July 9, 2007 with a fractured left elbow…included rehab assginment at AZL Mariners. — On 60-day disabled list March 29-Oct. 29, 2009 with left elbow tendinitis…included rehab assignments at AZL Mariners and AAA Tacoma.

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SHAWN KELLEY (23)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 27, turns 28 April 26 BORN: 4-26-84 in Louisville, KY BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 220 ML SERVICE: 2 years, 160 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Mariners 13th round selection in the 2007 June draft; signed by Mariners scout Alvin Rittman 2011: KELLEY’s CAREER HIGHS • Did not allow a run in 10 appearances (12.2 IP) coming back from his MOST STRIKEOUTS: 3 — 4 times; second career elbow surgery…had last 9/28/11 vs. OAK partial Tommy John surgery Sept. 1, LOW-HIT GAME: None 2010. LONGEST WINNING STREAK: • Allowed only 10 base runners (7 H, 4 — 5/1-8/7/09 3 BB) in 10 appearances…recorded LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 10 strikeouts, including all 3 batters 2 — 9/6-9/15/09 he faced in final outing Sept. 28 vs. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: Oakland. STARTER: None • Spent first 4 months of the season RELIEVER: 2.1 — 2 times; on the 60-day DL recovering from last 5/30/10 at LAA right elbow surgery. • Made season debut Sept. 2 at Oakland, his first MLB appearance since June 15, 2010. • Reinstated from 60-day disabled list on Aug. 9 and optioned to AAA Tacoma. • Went 1-0 with 1.84 ERA (3 ER, 14.2 IP) in 12 appearances with AAA Tacoma, including 5 rehab appearances. • Had rehab assignments with AA Jackson (May 16-27) and AAA Tacoma (July 27-Aug. 9). • Examined by Dr. James Andrews on May 26 and received a PRP (platelet rich plasma) injection in his right elbow. PERSONAL: Shawn Andrew Kelley…resides during the off-season in Chattanooga with wife, Kelsey, and son Parker…graduated from Ballard (KY) High School in June, 2002… graduated from Austin Peay State University in June, 2007…named 2007 Ohio Valley Conference Pitcher of the Year and named to the 2007 Nashville Regional All-Tournament Team…had “Tommy John” surgery to repair the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow in 2003. CAREER: Has spent his entire professional career in the Mariners organization…originally selected in the 13th round of the 2007 June draft…signed by Mariners scout Alvin Rittman. 2007: Began pro career with Everett, appearing in 3 games in relief…earned first career win June 23 vs. Yakima…promoted to Wisconsin on June 24…earned win in first appearance June 25 at Peoria…placed on the disabled list July 27 and was out for the remainder of the season with a right elbow strain. 2008: Split season between Wisconsin, High Desert and West Tennessee…led all Mariners farmhands with 15 saves…tossed 14.0 consecutive scoreless innings, June 9-July 3, extending his season scoreless streak to a season-high 26.0 innings between High Desert and West Tenn…pitched for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League, going 2-1 with a 3.68 ERA (6 ER, 14.2 IP), and was a perfect 9-for-9 in save opportunities. 2009: Made team out of spring training as a non-roster invitee…made only 61 minor league appearances before MLB debut…41 appearances ranked T10th all-time among Mariners rookie relievers…made Major League debut April 10 at Oakland with scoreless inning, striking out first batter faced (M. Ellis)…first runs allowed of the season, snapping 7.2 scoreless streak (6 G) to start career (April 10-25)…recorded first win May 1 vs. Oakland, striking out 2 in 1.2 scoreless innings…first half interrupted by stint on 15-day DL, May 6-July 2, with a strained left oblique…season-high 4-game win streak, May 1-Aug. 7, including wins in back-to-back outings on Aug. 4 at KC and Aug. 7 vs. TB. 2010: Appeared in 22 games before being placed on the 15-day disabled list with right elbow inflammation on June 25 (retro to 6/16)…had season-ending partial Tommy John surgery on Sept. 1 in Los Angeles (Dr. Lewis Yocum)…at time of injury ranked 3rd on the team in 65

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relief appearances…held opponents scoreless in 15 of 22 appearances…stranded 9 of 14 inherited runners (64%)…was 3-0, 2.14 (5 ER, 21.0 IP) through first 17 appearances… allowed 9 hits and 6 runs in 4.0 innings over final 5 appearances (13.50 ERA)…tied careerhigh with 3 strikeouts; May 22 vs. San Diego & May 30 at LAA…matched career-high with 2.1 IP in game vs. Angels (5/30)…optioned to AAA Tacoma on April 30 (Lee activated from DL)…went 0-0-1, 6.75 (2 ER, 2.2 IP) with the Rainiers…recalled on May 5 (Lowe DL). POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

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KELLEY’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L 2007 Everett 1-0 Wisconsin 1-1 2008 Wisconsin 0-0 High Desert 0-0 West Tenn 3-1 2009 SEATTLE 5-4 AZL Mariners # 0-0 Tacoma # 0-0 2010 SEATTLE 3-1 Tacoma 0-0 2011 Jackson # 0-1 Tacoma 1-0 SEATTLE 0-0 Minor Lg Totals 6-3 ML Totals 8-5 ERA 3.00 2.25 3.52 0.00 2.11 4.50 0.00 0.00 3.96 4.91 0.00 1.84 0.00 1.95 3.66 G 3 9 8 12 29 41 2 1 22 3 3 12 10 82 73 GS 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 IP 3.0 12.0 7.2 12.0 42.2 46.0 2.0 1.0 25.0 3.2 3.0 14.2 12.2 101.2 83.2 H 2 16 10 8 31 45 0 0 26 1 4 11 7 83 78 R 1 4 3 1 12 23 0 0 11 2 3 3 0 29 34 ER 1 3 3 0 10 23 0 0 11 2 0 3 0 22 34 HR 1 1 0 0 2 9 0 0 5 0 0 3 0 7 14 HB 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 4 BB 0 4 2 3 17 9 0 0 12 3 0 6 3 35 24 SO 4 14 12 12 44 41 3 0 26 6 3 15 10 113 77 WP 0 2 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 2 BK 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

KELLEY’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Seattle in the 13th round of the 2007 June draft…Signed by Mariners scout Alvin Rittman. — On 15-day disabled list May 6-July 3, 2009 with a strained left oblique…included rehab assignments to AZL Mariners and Tacoma Rainiers. — On 15-day disabled list June 16, 2010-remainder of season with right elbow inflammation (had season-ending surgery). — On 60-day disabled list March 2-Aug. 9, 2011 recovering from right elbow surgery (partial Tommy John)…included rehab assignments at AA Jackson and AAA Tacoma.

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

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HONG-CHIH KUO (32)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher AGE: 30, turns 31 July 23 BORN: 7-23-81 in Tainan City, Taiwan BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 240 ML SERVICE: 5 years, 114 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent on February 4, 2012

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2011: • Made pair of trips to the disabled list KUO’s CAREER HIGHS in his 7th Major League season with MOST STRIKEOUTS: the Dodgers. 8 — 5 times; last 5/6/08 vs. NYM (with LAD) • Missed 52 games on the DL with a LOW HIT GAME: None left lower back strain (April 14-May 1) LONGEST WINNING STREAK: and an anxiety disorder (May 10-June 3 — 2 times; last 6/4-7/4/10 (with LAD) 19)…made 7 rehab appearances LONGEST LOSING STREAK: with A Rancho Cucamonga and AAA 4 — 4/12-6/14/06 (with LAD) Albuquerque. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: • Limited first batters faced to a .219 STARTER: batting average (7x32) with 10 7.0 — 2 times; last 6/12/07 vs. NYM (with LAD) strikeouts. RELIEVER: 4.1 — 6/1/08 at NYM (with LAD) • Averaged 12.0 strikeouts per 9.0 innings (36 SO, 27.0 IP). • Held right-handed batters to a .204 (11x54) average…held RH batters to a career .216 (161x745) average. PERSONAL: Hong-Chih (hahng-chee) Kuo (kwoh)…resides in Tainan City, Taiwan during the off-season with wife, I-Ching…traveled to Taiwan during Spring Training in 2010 with the Dodgers and took part in numerous events in his home country including a clinic for local youth…was a teammate of Nationals pitcher Chien-Ming Wang at Nan-Ying Vocational High School…became the first Taiwanese high schooler to be signed by a Major League Baseball team. CAREER: Spent his entire career in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization…originally signed by the Dodgers as a non-drafted free agent on June 19, 1999…signed by current Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik and Dodger scout Acey Kohrogi…is 13-17 with 13 saves and a 3.73 ERA in 218 Major League games (14 starts)…averaged 10.62 strikeouts per 9.0 innings in his Major League career, including 10.95 K/9.0 IP in 204 relief appearances…10.95 K/9.0 IP) ranks 13th all-time among relievers with at least 200 appearances. 2000: Made his pro debut April 10 for A San Bernardino…struck out 7 of the 10 batters faced in 3.0 shutout innings…suffered season-ending elbow injury, requiring “Tommy John” ligament replacement surgery. 2001: Returned to action in late June after having not appeared in a pro game in over 14 months…made 7 appearances (6 GS) for the Gulf Coast League Dodgers. 2002: Limited to 7 appearances with the GCL Dodgers and Vero Beach as he continued to rehabilitate injured left elbow. 2003: Spent the entire season recovering from his second Tommy John surgery. 2004: Made season debut June 1 for Columbus, his first appearance since Aug. 29, 2002, following rehabilitation at Extended Spring Training…earned first career win tossing 3.0 shutout innings of relief on June 10 vs. Rome. 2005: Split the minor league season between A Vero Beach and AA Jacksonville…had contract on Sept. 2 and he spent the final month of the regular season with the Dodgers… appeared in 9 games, going 0-1 with a 6.75 ERA…in 28 outings combined with Vero Beach (11 G) and Jacksonville (17 G) went 2-2 with 3 saves and a 1.99 ERA, striking out 86 batters in 54.1 innings…made his Major League debut Sept. 2 at Colorado…held right-handers to .000 average (0x8) with 5 strikeouts. 2006: Made the Dodgers Opening Day roster as a reliever, but was optioned to AAA Las Vegas on April 30…went 3-3 with a 2.61 ERA in 9 starts for Las Vegas and was recalled to the Majors for a third time on Aug. 30…made first ML start Sept. 8 at New York (NL) on Taiwanese Heritage Night…pitched 6.0 scoreless innings and earned his first ML 67

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victory…became just the third Taiwanese pitcher to start a game in Major League history following Colorado’s Chin-hui Tsao and the New York Yankees Chien-Ming Wang…went 1-1, 3.07 (10 ER, 29.1 IP) in 5 starts…struck out a career-high 8 batters twice, Sept. 19 vs. Pittsburgh and Sept. 24 vs. Arizona…pitched for Chinese Taipei in the inaugural World Baseball Classic…started Game 2 of the NL Division Series against the Mets and lost, giving up two runs in 4.1 innings. 2007: Had pair of stints on the disabled list: March 23-May 3 with a left shoulder strain and June 30-end of season with left elbow inflammation…had season-ending surgery on his left elbow on July 25 to remove bone chips and did not pitch again during the season…earned second ML win June 12 vs. New York (NL)…hit a 412-foot home run in that contest becoming the first homer by a Taiwanese player in Major League history… his batting helmet was sent to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown…went 0-1 with a 3.60 ERA in 7 games (5 GS) for AAA Las Vegas. 2008: Bounced back from left rotator cuff and left elbow injuries in 2007 to pitch in a careerhigh 80.0 innings over 42 appearances (3 GS)…recorded a 1.69 ERA (13 ER, 69.1 IP) as a reliever to lead the National League and rank 7th in the Majors…struck out 96 in 80.0 innings, an average of 10.80 K/9.0 IP…limited opposition to a .204 average, including a .194 mark as a reliever…worked 2.0 or more innings in 18 of 39 relief appearances, posting a 0.38 ERA (2 ER, 47.0 IP) in those games…set career-high as a reliever with 8 strikeouts May 6 vs. New York (NL)…was the most strikeouts by a Dodger reliever since Kevin Brown tied a Los Angeles Dodger record with 9 in 4.0 innings Aug. 25, 2002… earned first ML save Aug. 14 vs. Philadelphia…was not on the Dodgers NLDS roster due to lingering elbow pain…did make the NLCS roster, and appeared in 3 games. 2009: Went 2-0 with a 3.00 ERA in 35 games in a season cut short by left elbow soreness… made only 7 appearances through April 29 before going on the disabled list with left elbow soreness May 2 (retro to 4/30)-June 27…transferred to the 60-day DL on July 3… made 28 appearances after being reinstated from the DL, posting a 2.19 ERA (6 ER, 24.2 IP)…limited the opposition to a .198 batting average, including a .152 mark (5x33) by left-handed hitters…retired 27 of 35 first batters faced, a 77.1 percent success rate…was the winning pitcher vs. Colorado Oct. 3, when the Dodgers clinched their second straight National League West Division title…picked up his first postseason win in Game 2 of the NLCS vs. Philadelphia. 2010: Led all Major League relievers in ERA (1.20) and opponent batting average (.139)… selected to play in the All-Star game in Anaheim, and allowed one unearned run in 0.2 IP…became the first All-Star from Taiwan…recorded career-high 12 saves…his 1.200 ERA was the lowest in Dodger history among pitchers with at least 50.0 innings pitched, besting Eric Gagne’s 1.202 ERA in 2003…left-handed hitters batted just .095 (6x63) against him (5 1B, 2B)…allowed only one home run on the season…posted a 0.99 ERA before the All-Star break and a 1.38 mark in the second half…dominated the NL West, going 1-0 with six saves and a 0.33 ERA (1 ER, 27.2 IP)…began the year on the disabled list with a sore left elbow…tossed 18.1 consecutive scoreless innings April 24-June 16. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Appeared in 9 postseason games with the Dodgers in 2006 (NLDS), 2008 (NLCS) and 2009 (NLDS, NLCS)…is 1-1 with a 2.92 ERA (4 ER, 12.1 IP) in postseason play…started Game 2 of the 2006 NLDS vs. the Mets..

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2010 MLB TOP RELIEF PITCHERS
In 2010 with the Dodgers, Hong-Chih Kuo led all Major League relief pitchers in ERA, opponent batting average and opponent slugging percentage: Relief ERA: 1. Hong-Chih Kuo ......1.20 2. Joaquin Benoit ........1.34 3. Billy Wagner.............1.43 4. Chris Perez ..............1.71 5. Rafael Soriano .........1.73 Opponent Average: 1. Hong-Chih Kuo ..... .139 2. Joaquin Benoit ....... .147 Carlos Marmol ........ .147 4. Billy Wagner............ .159 5. Rafael Soriano ........ .163 Opponent Slugging: 1. Hong-Chih Kuo ..... .192 2. Carlos Marmol ........ .199 3. Jonny Venters ......... .241 4. Mariano Rivera ....... .254 5. Billy Wagner............ .255

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YEAR 2000 2001 2002 CLUB San Bernardino GCL Dodgers GCL Dodgers Vero Beach W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 ERA 0.00 2.33 4.50 6.75

KUO’s PLAYING RECORD
G 1 7 3 4 GS 1 6 3 4 CG SHO SV IP 0 0 0 3.0 0 0 0 19.1 0 0 0 6.0 0 0 0 8.0 Injured-Did Not Pitch 0 0 0 6.0 0 0 0 26.0 0 0 3 28.1 0 0 0 5.1 0 0 0 59.2 0 0 1 53.0 0 0 0 20.0 0 0 0 30.1 0 0 1 80.0 0 0 0 30.0 0 0 0 3.0 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 4.0 0 0 12 60.0 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 27.0 0 0 0 4.1 0 0 0 1.2 0 0 4 186.2 0 0 13 292.1 H 0 13 4 11 R 0 5 3 6 ER 0 5 3 6

2003 2004 Columbus 1-0 1-1 2005 Vero Beach Jacksonville 1-1 LOS ANGELES (NL) 0-1 2006 LOS ANGELES (NL) 1-5 Las Vegas 4-3 2007 Las Vegas 0-1 LOS ANGELES (NL) 1-4 2008 LOS ANGELES (NL) 5-3 2009 LOS ANGELES (NL) 2-0 AZL Dodgers # 0-0 Albuquerque # 0-0 Inland Empire # 0-0 2010 LOS ANGELES (NL) 3-2 Inland Empire # 0-0 2011 LOS ANGELES (NL) 1-2 Rancho Cuca # 0-1 Albuquerque # 0-0 Minor Lg Totals 7-8 13-17 ML Totals AVG BATTING CAREER .185 Last Hit - 7/10/08 vs. FLA AB 27

HR 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 3 5 2 3 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 10 18 SO 14

HB 1 2 0 3 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 2 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 11 10 SB 0

BB 0 4 1 2 4 10 11 5 33 22 8 14 21 13 1 1 0 18 0 23 1 1 66 127

SO 7 21 9 8 10 42 44 10 71 63 28 27 96 32 5 1 6 73 3 36 7 3 257 345

WP 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 0 2 1 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 7 14 OBP .214

BK 0 0 0 0

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4.50 3 2.08 11 1.91 17 6.75 9 4.22 28 3.06 23 3.60 7 7.42 8 2.14 42 3.00 35 0.00 3 4.50 2 0.00 4 1.20 56 0.00 2 9.00 40 6.23 5 0.00 2 2.84 94 3.73 218

0 3 0 0 5 9 5 6 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 34 14

8 19 22 5 54 52 18 35 60 21 2 2 3 29 0 24 7 0 161 228

3 7 7 4 30 24 9 26 21 10 0 1 0 8 0 29 3 0 68 128

3 6 6 4 28 18 8 25 19 10 0 1 0 8 0 27 3 0 59 121 BB 1

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB 3 5 10 2 0 1 1 8 0 0 Last Home Run - 6/12/07 vs. NYM (off John Maine)

CS SLG 0 .370

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2006 LAD vs. NYM 2009 LAD vs. STL DS Totals W-L 0-1 0-0 0-1 ERA 4.15 0.00 3.38 G 1 1 2 GS 1 0 1 CG 0 0 0 SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 4.1 1.0 5.1 H 4 2 6 R 2 0 2 ER 2 0 2 HR 0 0 0 HB 0 0 0 BB 2 0 2 SO 4 2 6 WP 1 0 1 BK 0 0 0

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2008 LAD vs. PHI 2009 LAD vs. PHI LCS Totals W-L 0-0 1-0 1-0 ERA 3.00 2.25 2.57 G 3 4 7 GS 0 0 0 CG 0 0 0 SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 3.0 4.0 7.0 H 2 2 4 R 1 1 2 ER 1 1 2 HR 0 1 1 HB 0 0 0 BB 0 0 0 SO 3 6 9 WP 0 0 0 BK 0 0 0

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE 2010 NL, LAA W-L 0-0 ERA 0.00 G 1 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 0.2 H 0 R 1 ER 0 HR 0 HB 0 BB 1 SO 0 WP 0 BK 0

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC
YEAR CLUB 2006 Chinese Taipei W-L 0-0 ERA 16.20 G 2 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 1.2 H 4 R 3 ER 3 HR 0 HB 0 BB 0 SO 3 WP 1 BK 0

KUO’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by Los Angeles (NL) as a non-drafted free agent, June 19, 1999…signed by Dodgers scouts Acey Kohrogi and Jack Zduriencik. — On 15-day disabled list March 23-May 3, 2007 with a left shoulder strain…included rehab assignment at AAA Las Vegas. — On 15-day disabled list June 30, 2007-end of season with left elbow inflammation… transferred to 60-day DL on Sept. 4. — On 15-day disabled list April 30-July 27, 2009 with a left elbow strain…included rehab assignments at AZL Dodgers, A Inland Empire and AAA Albuquerque. — On 15-day disabled list March 26-April 22, 2010 with a sore left elbow…included rehab assignment at A Inland Empire. — On 15-day disabled list April 14-May 1, 2011 with a left lower back strain…included rehab assignment at A Rancho Cucamonga. — On 15-day disabled list May 10-June 19, 2011 with an anxiety disorder…included rehab assignments at A Rancho Cucamonga and AAA Albuquerque. 69

BRANDON LEAGUE (43)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 28, turns 29 March 16 BORN: 3-16-83 in Sacramento, CA BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 210 ML SERVICE: 5 years, 145 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with Toronto along with Johermyn Chavez (of) in exchange for Brandon Morrow (rhp) on Dec. 23, 2009 2011: • Ranked amongst American League LEAGUE’s CAREER HIGHS relievers in games finished (60, 2nd), MOST STRIKEOUTS: 3— 15 times; saves (37, 3rd), games (65, T18th) last 9/16/11 vs. TEX and ERA (2.79, 20th). LOW HIT GAME: None • Selected to play in the 2011 All-Star LONGEST WINNING STREAK: game in Phoenix (1.0,2,1,1,0,1)… 4 — 7/18-8/31/10 pitched the 7th inning in AL 5-1 loss LONGEST LOSING STREAK: to NL. 5 — 2 times; last 9/14/10-5/13/11 • Recorded 37 saves, 4th-most (tied) MOST INNINGS PITCHED: in single-season club history. STARTER: None • Converted 37 of 42 save opps (88.1 RELIEVER: %), 6th-highest percentage in club 4.0 — 8/7/06 vs. BAL (with TOR) history (min. 20 saves). • Saved 37 of the Mariners 67 wins CONSECUTIVE SAVE STREAK: (55.2%), the highest percentage in 14 — 5/18-7/4/11 team history (Guardado, 2005, 36 of 69, 52.1 %). • Went 0-4 with 3 blown saves (10 ER, 3.0 IP) in 4 consecutive appearances May 8-13… first reliever in club history to record a loss in 4 consecutive outings…suffered 3 straight defeats in walk-off fashion: 5/10 at Baltimore, 5/12 at Baltimore, 5/13 at Cleveland. • Posted 1.19 ERA (6 ER, 45.1 IP) over final 47 appearances and was 28-for-30 in save opps following 4 straight blown saves, May 8-13 • Converted 14 straight save opps May 17-July 4, combining to not allow an ER in 20 G (19.2 IP)…6th-longest streak by a Mariners reliever without allowing an ER. • Opened season going 9-for-9 in save opps in first 14 appearances (2.08 ERA, 10 K, 2 BB). • Prior to 2011 had recorded only 8 Major League saves with the Blue Jays and Mariners. PERSONAL: Brandon Paul League…married with three daughters…attended St. Louis High School in Honolulu, HI and graduated in June of 2001…during High School played both baseball and football…in baseball, was a 3-time All-State selection and named the 2001 Gatorade Hawai’i Player of the Year…favorite hobby is surfing. CAREER: Originally selected by Toronto in the 2nd round of the 2001 June draft (59th overall)…career groundball percentage of 75.7 (642 groundballs, 206 flyballs), ranking 5th-best among relievers since his debut in 2004 (min. 150 appearances)…is 45-for-63 in save opportunities during his career (43-for-54 as a Mariner. 2001: Picked up first career win with 5.0 scoreless innings (2 H, 0 BB, 5 SO) for rookie-level Medicine Hat in a victory against Idaho Falls on Aug. 3. 2002: Went 1-0 without allowing an earned run first 3 starts (16 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 2 BB, 12 SO)… posted a 5-0 mark with a 2.08 ERA in 8 games, July 14-Aug. 19…led the league in games started (16) and 4th in innings pitched (85.2). 2003: Went 3-0 with a 1.44 ERA over 4 starts, July 2-20… posted a win in his only postseason start…ranked No. 10 on Baseball America’s listing of the top prospects in the Blue Jays organization following the season.

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2011 AL Saves
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Jose Valverde, DET ....................49 Mariano Rivera, NYY..................44 Brandon League, SEA..............37 Chris Perez, CLE ........................36 Neftali Felix, TEX ........................32 Jordan Walden, LAA ..................32 70

Mariners Single-Season Saves
1. 2. 3. 4. Kazuhiro Sasaki, 2001 ...............45 J.J. Putz, 2007 ...........................40 David Aardsma, 2009 ................38 Brandon League, 2011 .............37 Kazuhiro Sasaki, 2002 ...............37 Kazuhiro Sasaki, 2000 ...............37

LEAGUE (continued)
2004: Had his contract purchased by the Blue Jays on Sept. 20…made his Major League debut Sept. 21 at NYY with 1.1 scoreless innings of relief (1H)…pitched out of a bases load, two out jam…picked up first ML win Sept. 27 at Baltimore with 2.2 scoreless innings (1H, K)…spent the entire minor league season with New Hampshire (AA)…posted a 2-1 record with a save and a 1.50 ERA in four postseason appearances…named as the series MVP of the Eastern League Championship Final. 2005: Worked at least 1.0 IP in 18 of 20 games…collected first win over season Aug. 16 at LAA…opponents batted .267 at Rogers Centre and .329 on the road…was 4-4 with a 5.71 ERA in 19 games (10 starts) at Syracuse (AAA)… was 1-4 with a 7.04 ERA as a starter. Was 3-0 with a 2.12 ERA as a reliever. 2006: Compiled a record of 1-2 with a 2.53 ERA in a career high 33 appearances with Toronto…worked career-high 4.0 innings Aug. 7 vs. Baltimore…did not allow a hit for first career save…recalled from Syracuse (AAA) on July 8 and produced an ERA of 2.52 over final 27 appearances (10 ER, 35.2 IP)…held opponents to a .214 batting average (.276 vs. LH & .178 vs. RH)…owned an ERA of 2.11 (5 ER, 21.1 IP) on the road (.205 OBA)… ranked 3rd on the Club with 12 holds…retired first batter faced 21 of 33 times…began the season with Syracuse…was the Minor League “Star of the Month” for the SkyChiefs in June, going 0-0 (5 saves) with a 1.50 ERA in 10 appearances. 2007: Appeared in only 14 games with the Blue Jays…on the disabled list April 5-July 15 with right shoulder soreness…made 18 rehab appearances split between Dunedin (A), New Hampshire (AA) & Syracuse (AAA)…activated from the DL on July 15…made season debut July 16 at NYY…appeared in 7 games before being placed back on the 15-day DL (strained right oblique) on Aug. 5. 2008: Appeared in 6 games before the All-Star break and 25 after…posted a 1.42 ERA (4 ER, 25.1 IP) in 25 appearances following the All-Star break…tossed 14.2 innings of scoreless ball from July 21-Aug. 23, covering 12 games…held right-handed hitters to a .200 average…collected his first save of the season and 2nd of his career, Aug. 13 at Detroit…made 20 appearances for Syracuse (AAA) recording 2 saves. 2009: Posted career-highs in appearances (67), innings (74.2) and strikeouts (76)…spent entire season with Toronto, marking first time he has not spent time in the minors…led Blue Jays relievers in strikeouts, and ranked 2nd in appearances and innings…recorded 2.33 ground balls to every fly ball, 8th among AL relievers…posted a 2.30 ERA (8 ER, 31.1 IP) and a .194 opponents average (21x108) on grass, compared to a 6.23 ERA and .297 opponents average on turf. 2010: Led all American League relievers in wins (9) and ranked 2nd with 79.0 IP and T10th in appearances (70)…was 6-3, 2.88 in 36 games in Safeco Field compared to 3-4 with 6 saves and a 3.99 ERA on the road…did not allow an earned run in 55 of 70 games… stranded 17 of 26 (65.4%) of inherited runners…worked 2.0+ innings in 9 games and was 2-1, 0.96 (2 ER in 18.2 IP)…had pair of saves: May 11 at Baltimore and June 26 at Milwaukee. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

2012 MARINERS

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

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LEAGUE’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2001 2002 2003 CLUB W-L Medicine Hat 2-2 Auburn 7-2 Charleston WV 2-3 Dunedin 4-3 2004 New Hampshire 6-4 TORONTO 1-0 2005 TORONTO 1-0 Syracuse 4-4 2006 Syracuse 3-2 TORONTO 1-2 2007 GCL Blue Jays # 0-0 Dunedin # 0-0 New Hampshire # 1-1 Syracuse 0-0 TORONTO 0-0 2008 TORONTO 1-2 Syracuse 2-3 2009 TORONTO 3-6 2010 SEATTLE 9-7 2011 SEATTLE 1-5 Minor Lg Totals 31-24 Mariners Totals 10-12 ML Totals 17-22 ERA 4.66 3.15 1.91 4.75 3.38 0.00 6.56 5.71 2.14 2.53 0.00 4.50 3.52 3.00 6.17 2.18 3.93 4.58 3.42 2.79 3.59 3.14 3.70 G 9 16 12 13 41 3 20 19 31 33 1 4 6 11 14 31 20 67 70 65 183 135 303 GS 9 *16 12 12 10 0 0 10 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 71 0 0 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO SV IP 0 0 38.2 0 0 85.2 0 0 70.2 0 0 66.1 0 2 104.0 0 0 4.2 0 0 35.2 0 0 63.0 0 8 54.2 0 1 42.2 0 0 1.0 0 0 6.0 0 0 7.2 0 0 12.0 0 0 11.2 0 1 33.0 0 2 34.1 0 0 74.2 0 6 79.0 0 37 61.1 0 12 544.0 0 43 140.1 0 45 342.2 H 36 80 58 76 92 3 42 78 57 34 1 5 5 12 19 28 36 72 67 56 536 123 321 R 23 42 15 40 44 0 27 44 19 17 0 3 3 9 8 9 19 40 38 25 261 63 164 ER 20 30 15 35 39 0 26 40 13 12 0 3 3 4 8 8 15 38 30 19 217 49 141 HR 3 2 1 3 3 0 8 7 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 8 7 3 22 10 32 HB 4 8 4 6 8 0 2 4 2 3 0 0 0 4 0 3 2 7 2 2 42 4 19 BB 11 23 18 20 41 1 20 18 15 9 0 2 7 6 7 15 10 21 27 10 171 37 110 SO 38 72 61 34 90 2 17 35 43 29 1 6 7 10 7 23 32 76 56 45 429 101 255 WP 2 6 3 8 8 0 5 5 2 0 0 0 2 3 3 2 7 9 7 4 46 11 30 BK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

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ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE 2011 AL, Arizona W-L 0-0 ERA 9.00 G 1 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 1.0 H 2 R 1 ER 1 HR 0 HB 0 BB 0 SO 1 WP 0 BK 0

LEAGUE’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Toronto in the 2nd round (59th overall) in the 2001 June draft. — On disabled list April 5-July 15, 2007 with right shoulder soreness…included rehab assignments at Dunedin (A), New Hampshire (AA) and Syracuse (AAA). — On disabled list Aug. 5-Sept. 4, 2007 with a right oblique strain…included rehab assignments at GCL Blue Jays (R) and New Hampshire (AA). — Acquired by Seattle along with Johermyn Chavez (of) in exchange for Brandon Morrow (rhp), Dec. 22, 2009.

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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ALEX LIDDI (16)
POSITION: Infielder AGE: 23, turns 24 Aug. 14 BORN: 8-14-88 in Sanremo, Italy BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 230 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 23 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on Sept. 9, 2005; signed by Mariners scouts Wayne Norton, Juan Garcia Puig and Mario Mazzotti 2011: • Made his Major League debut Sept. 7 at LIDDI’s CAREER HIGHS LAA starting at third base…became the first graduate of the Major League BaseMOST HITS: 2 — 9/19/11 at CLE ball International European Academy MOST HOME RUNS: 1 — 3 times; to play in the Major Leagues…also the last 9/25/11 at TEX first Italian-born and developed player MOST RBI: to play Major League Baseball, and only 2 — 3 times; last 9/25/11 at TEX the 7th Italian to ever play in MLB (first MOST STOLEN BASES: since Reno Bertoia - 1953-62). 1 — 9/24/11 at TEX • One of 18 rookies to appear on Seattle’s LONGEST HITTING STREAK: roster this season, including one of 12 to 4 — 9/23-26/11 make Major League debut. CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None • Recorded first Major League hit Sept. 9 vs. Kansas City (2B off Jeff Francis). • Hit first Major League home run Sept. 19 at Cleveland (off D. Huff)…first home run by an Italian born player since Aug. 30, 1961 by Reno Bertoia. • Homered in consecutive games Sept. 19 (at CLE) and Sept. 20 (at MIN). • In 138 games with AAA Tacoma, batted .259 (145x559) with 121 R, 32 2B, 3 3B, 30 HR, 104 RBI…named Tacoma’s MVP by both the Rainiers and the Mariners. • One of 4 minor leaguers to record 100 runs and 100 RBI (non-roster invite Vinnie Catricala also on this list)…only player with 100 runs, 100 RBI and 30 home runs…2nd among all minor leaguers in runs scored, T12th in home runs and T14th in extra base hits (65). • Set Rainiers franchise record & ranked 1st in PCL with 121 runs scored…also 1st in PCL in at-bats (559) and games played (138), 3rd in extra base hits (65), home runs (30) and total bases (273), and 4th in RBI (104). • Selected to play on the World Team in the 2011 XM All-Star Futures Game. PERSONAL: Alex Liddi (LID-ee)…attended Istituto Aicardi Agraria… played for Team Italy in the 2009 World Baseball Classic…played for the World Squad in the 2009 (0x1, R, 2 BB), 2010 (0x2) and 2011 (0x3) All-Star Futures Game. CAREER: Spent entire career in the Mariners organization…is the first graduate of the Major League Baseball International European Academy to play in the Major Leagues… also the first Italian-born and developed player to play Major League Baseball, and ITALIAN STALLION only the 7th Italian to ever play in MLB Liddi became the first native Italian to appear (first since Reno Bertoia - 1953-62). 2006: Began pro career with Peoria in in the Major Leagues since Reno Bertoia in the Arizona League, hitting safely in 1962…is the first Italian-born and developed 34 of 47 games…finished T4th in the player to play Major League Baseball, and Arizona League in hits (57) and slugging only the 7th Italian to ever play in MLB: percentage (.500), 5th in extra base hits Home Runs by Italians: Reno Bertoia ....................................27 (22) and T9th in average (.313)…also led 1. 2. Alex Liddi ...........................................3 team with 13 doubles. 2007: Spent season with Wisconsin…led the Games Played by Italians: Reno Bertoia ..................................612 Timber Rattlers in doubles (28), RBI (52), 1. Marino Pieretti ................................220 at-bats (400), games played (113) and 2. Julio Bonetti .....................................46 total bases…41% (39x96) of hits went 3. Lou Polli............................................24 for extra bases (2B-28, 3B-3 and HR-8)… 4. Hank Biasatti ....................................21 recorded a RBI in 6 consecutive games (8 5. 6. Alex Liddi .........................................15 RBI), May 28-June 2. 73

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2008: Spent second season with Wisconsin, appearing in a 125 games…recorded a career-high 5 hits (5x5, 3 R, 2 2B), June 14 at Clinton (G#2)…participated in the Mariners Advance Development League. 2009: Led all minor league players in batting average (.345), while sharing the California League batting title with Colby Clemens…among Mariners farmhands ranked T1st in RBI (104) and 5th in home runs (23)…named California League MVP…named Mariners Minor League Player of the Year…named mid-season and post-season Cal League All-Star… California League Player of the Year by Topps. 2010: Made the jump to Double-A appearing in 134 game at West Tenn…hit .281 (141x502) with 78 runs, 37 doubles, 8 triples, 15 home runs and 92 RBI…named the Mariners West Tenn MVP…also selected as a Southern League Mid-Season All-Star and played in the All-Star Futures Game…led the Southern League with 92 RBI and 60 extra base hits (tied)…also ranked amongst SL leaders in total bases (2nd, 239), strikeouts (2nd, 145) and doubles (T4th, 37)…named Southern League Player of the Week for June 7-13 (.391, 9x23, 2 HR, 7 RBI) and July 19-25 (.360, 9x25, 3B, 5 HR, 12 RBI)…played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League (.218, 24x110, 6 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 12 RBI).

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LIDDI’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2006 AZL Mariners Wisconsin 2007 Wisconsin 2008 Wisconsin 2009 High Desert 2010 West Tenn 2011 Tacoma SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals ML Totals AVG G AB R .313 47 182 31 .184 11 38 4 .240 113 400 41 .244 125 447 65 *.345 129 493 97 .281 134 502 78 .259 *138 *559 *121 .225 15 40 7 .277 697 2621 437 .225 15 40 7 H TB 2B 3B HR RBI 57 91 13 6 3 25 7 8 1 0 0 2 96 154 28 3 8 52 109 161 26 4 6 53 170 293 44 5 23 104 141 239 37 8 15 *92 145 273 32 3 30 104 9 21 3 0 3 6 725 1219 181 29 85 432 9 21 3 0 3 6 SH 0 0 6 1 3 4 2 0 16 0 SF 2 1 4 2 8 2 10 0 29 0 HB 1 0 5 4 8 7 5 1 30 1 BB 12 1 36 42 53 50 61 3 255 3 SO 48 8 123 115 122 145 170 17 731 17 SB 9 0 5 17 10 5 5 1 51 1 CS 2 1 4 5 6 7 1 0 26 0 SLG .500 .211 .385 .360 .594 .476 .488 .525 .465 .525 OBP .355 .200 .308 .313 .411 .353 .332 .295 .344 .295

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC
YEAR CLUB 2009 Italy AVG .375 G 2 AB 8 R 1 H 3 TB 4 2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 0 2 SH 0 SF 1 HB 0 BB 0 SO 4 SB 1 CS 0 SLG .500 OBP .333

LIDDI’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by Seattle as a non-drafted free agent, Sept. 9, 2005…Signed by Mariners scouts Wayne Norton, Juan Garcia Puig and Mario Mozzotti.

THE CYCLE
Adrian Beltre became the fourth player in club history to hit for the cycle Sept. 1, 2008 at Texas…Beltre went 5-for-6 with 5 runs scored…he completed the cycle by hitting a home run in the second inning, single in the fourth and sixth innings, double in the seventh inning and triple in the 8th inning…Beltre also tied a club record with 5 runs scored and became the first player in club history to score 5 runs and record 5 hits in the same game…here is a list of the four Mariners who have hit for the cycle: Jay Buhner: June 23, 1993 vs. Oakland (4x7, 2 R, 4 RBI) Alex Rodriguez: June 5, 1997 at Detroit (4x6, 3 R, 2 RBI) John Olerud: Sept. 16, 2001 at San Diego (4x5, 3 R, 2 RBI) Adrian Beltre: Sept. 1, 2008 at Texas (5x6, 5 R, 3 RBI)

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LUCAS LUETGE (44)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher AGE: 24, turns 25 March 24 BORN: 3-24-87 in Brenham, TX BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 203 ML SERVICE: None CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Selected from Milwaukee in the Major League phase of the Rule 5 Draft on Dec. 8, 2011 2011: • Spent season with AA Huntsville in the Southern League. • Went 1-3 with 3 saves and a 3.13 ERA (24 ER, 69.0 IP)…struck out 69 in 46 games (1 GS). • Limited left-handed hitters to a .175 batting average against (18x103), with 0 home runs allowed and 32 strikeouts. • Allowed just 5 of 30 inherited runners to score. PERSONAL: Lucas Lester Luetge…resides in Industry, TX… 2005 graduate of Bellville (TX) High School where he was an All-State selection and District MVP his junior and senior seasons…attended San Jacinto College (2006-07), posting a 11-3, 3.56 record…played one season at Rice University (2008), going 1-0 with a 6.16 ERA…was drafted twice by the Chicago White Sox, but did not sign (18th round in 2006 & 31st round in 2005). 2008: Made professional debut with rookie-level Helena and West Virginia…named Pioneer League Pitcher of the Week July 21. 2009: Spent entire season with A Brevard County in the Florida State League…went 6-7 with a 4.48 ERA (46 ER, 92.1 IP) in 27 appearances (7 GS)…went 3-3, 3.50 as a starter and 3-4 with 2 saves and a 5.11 ERA in 20 relief appearances. 2010: Split season between Brevard County and AA Huntsville…combined to go 4-3 with a 2.95 ERA (26 ER, 79.1 IP) in 39 appearances (3 GS)…went 1-1, 2.29 in 16 G/1 GS with Brevard County before being promoted to Double-A on June 7…held left-handed hitters to a .158 batting average (9x57).

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LUETGE’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L 2008 Helena 4-0 West Virginia 2-1 2009 Brevard County 6-7 2010 Brevard County 1-1 Huntsville 3-2 2011 Huntsville 1-3 Minor Lg Totals 17-14 ERA 0.00 3.72 4.48 2.29 3.48 3.13 3.43 G 5 8 27 16 23 46 125 GS 1 6 7 1 2 1 18 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 5 IP 14.0 36.1 92.1 35.1 44.0 69.0 291.0 H 5 35 93 36 52 63 284 R 2 16 55 10 25 29 137 ER 0 15 46 9 17 24 111 HR 0 2 6 1 4 3 16 HB 1 0 9 1 2 1 14 BB 5 10 38 10 17 23 103 SO 13 33 75 21 47 69 258 WP 4 4 5 6 6 6 31 BK 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

LUETGE’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Milwaukee in the 21st round of the 2008 June draft. — Acquired by Seattle in the MLB phase of the Rule 5 Draft (3rd pick), Dec. 8, 2011.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

**Mariners 2-year span** J.J. Putz 2006-07 Arthur Rhodes 2001-02 Bill Swift 1990-91 Shigetoshi Hasegawa 2002-03 Felix Hernandez 2009-10

LOWEST 2-YEAR ERA
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FRANCISCO MARTINEZ (66)
POSITION: Infielder AGE: 21, turns 22 on Sept. 1 BORN: 9-1-90 in Edo Miranda, VZ BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 210 ML SERVICE: None CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with Detroit along with Chance Ruffin (rhp), Casper Wells (of) and Charlie Furbush (lhp) in exchange for Doug Fister (rhp) and David Pauley (rhp) on July 30, 2011 2011: • Split season between AA Erie in Detroit organization and AA Jackson in Seattle system. • Made Double-A debut as a 20-year-old, combining to bat .289 (138x477) with 21 doubles, 7 triples, 10 home runs and 69 RBI in 124 games. • Acquired by Seattle from Detroit on July 30 along with Casper Wells (of), Charlie Furbush (lhp) and PTBNL (Chance Ruffin) in exchange for Doug Fister (rhp) and David Pauley (rhp). • Hit .310 (40x129) with 7 doubles, 3 home runs and 23 RBI in 33 games for Jackson. • Ended the season with hits in 10 of last 11 games, batting .378 (17x45) with 2 home runs to raise Jackson batting average from .274 to .310. • Played for Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League…hit .274 (23x84) with 4 doubles, 8 RBI in 24 games. PERSONAL: Francisco Javier Martinez…resides in Edo Miranda, VZ. 2008: Made professional debut with the Tigers entry in the Venezuelan Summer League… among VSL leaders, ranked T2nd in games played (68), 3rd in stolen bases (20) and 4th in batting average (.321) and hits (80)…recorded season-high 11-game hitting streak June 13-25 (.341/14x41). 2009: Spent majority of season with the GCL Tigers…also saw action in 6 games with A Lakeland…led all Gulf Coast League third basemen with 9 double plays. 2010: Hit .271 (98x348) in career-high 89 games with A Lakeland…named the 4th-best prospect in the Tigers organization and 17th-best prospect in the Florida State League following the season by Baseball America…played for Surprise in the Arizona Fall League (.278/15x54).

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MARTINEZ’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2008 VSL Tigers 2009 GCL Tigers Lakeland 2010 Lakeland 2011 Erie Jackson Minor Lg Totals AVG .321 .222 .167 .271 .282 .310 .281 G AB R 68 249 32 43 153 21 6 18 1 89 340 47 91 348 63 33 129 20 330 1237 184 H 80 34 3 92 98 40 347 TB 87 49 3 120 141 62 462 2B 3B HR RBI 4 0 1 23 9 0 2 23 0 0 0 2 17 1 3 29 14 4 7 46 7 3 3 23 51 8 16 146 SH 1 4 0 1 2 2 10 SF 0 3 0 2 2 2 9 HB 2 3 0 3 1 0 9 BB SO 28 28 5 38 0 3 28 71 19 80 4 24 84 244 SB 20 11 1 12 7 3 54 CS 10 1 0 5 8 2 26 SLG .349 .320 .167 .353 .405 .481 .373 OBP .394 .256 .167 .330 .319 .326 .329

MARTINEZ’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by Detroit as a non-drafted free agent, July 2, 2007…signed by Tigers scouts Alejandro Rodriguez and Pedro Chavez. — Acquired by Seattle from Detroit along with Charlie Furbush (lhp), Casper Wells (of) and Chance Ruffin (rhp), July 30, 2011.

1-0 GAMES
The Mariners have been involved in 88 games decided by a 1-0 score… Seattle is 41-47 in those games, last winning a 1-0 game April 21, 2011 vs. Oakland…the Mariners won one 1-0 game in 2011, 3 in 2010 and set a clubrecord with 4 in 2009. 76

DOUBLEHEADERS
The Mariners have played in 70 doubleheaders in club history, last playing a day/night split in Cleveland on Aug. 23, 2011...Seattle has swept 12 doubleheaders (last: Aug. 28, 2004 vs. KC), been swept 17 times (last: July 24, 2007 at TEX) and split 41 doubleheaders.

YOERVIS MEDINA (74)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 23, turns 24 July 27 BORN: 7-27-88 in Puerto Cabello, VZ BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 245 ML SERVICE: None CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Singed as a non-drafted free agent on July 25, 2005; signed by Mariners scouts Bob Engle and Pedro Avila 2011: • Combined to go 1-14 with a 6.18 ERA (90 ER, 131.0 IP) in 25 G/24 GS with A High Desert (20 G/19 GS), R AZL Mariners (1 GS) and AA Jackson (4 GS). • Opened the season with High Desert going 1-13, 6.50 (73 ER, 101.0 IP). • On disabled list May 15-June 11 with a right elbow strain. • Had option transferred to AA Jackson on Aug. 20. • Finished the season making 4 starts with Jackson, going 0-1, 4.68 (13 ER, 25.0 IP). PERSONAL: Yoervis Jose Medina…attended Ambrosio Plaza in Carabobo. 2006: Played for Aguirre in the Venezuelan Summer League, going 3-4 with a save and a 3.60 ERA in 17 games. 2007: Spent second season pitching in the Venezuelan Summer League…went 4-2 with 2 saves and a 3.42 ERA (19 ER, 50.0 IP) in 16 games, 6 starts…allowed 3 runs (2 ER) on 5 hits in complete game loss, July 29. 2008: Finished 3rd season in the VSL, going 4-3 with 5 saves and 1.79 ERA (8 ER, 40.1 IP) in 17 games…limited opponents to a .213 (32x150) average, including a .133 (4x30) clip vs. lefties…tossed 13.1 consecutive scoreless innings, June 27-July 21. 2009: Spent season in the VSL, going 3-4 with 1 save and a 2.65 ERA (20 ER, 68.0 IP) in 15 games (13 GS)…limited opponents to a .192 (46x239) average, while walking 23 and striking out 62…played for La Guaira in the Venezuelan Winter League. 2010: Split the season between R Everett, AAA Tacoma and A Clinton…combined to go 9-2 with a 3.17 ERA (29 ER, 82.1 IP) in 15 starts…averaged 10.3 K/9.0 IP (94 K)…made a spot start with Tacoma July 31 vs. Reno…allowed 3 hits in 5.2 shutout innings…made 6 starts for Clinton, going 5-0, 2.50 (10 ER, 36.0 IP) with 42 strikeouts…went 1-1, 2.21 (5 ER, 20.1 IP) with 15 strikeouts in 3 playoff starts…named the No. 15 prospect in the Northwest League by Baseball America…pitched for La Guaira and Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League.

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MEDINA’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CLUB W-L VSL Mariners 3-4 VSL Mariners 4-2 VSL Mariners 4-3 VSL Mariners 3-4 Everett 3-2 Tacoma 1-0 Clinton 5-0 2011 High Desert 1-13 AZL Mariners 0-0 Jackson 0-1 Minor Lg Totals 24-29 ERA 3.60 3.42 1.79 2.65 4.20 0.00 2.50 6.50 7.20 4.68 3.97 G 17 16 17 15 8 1 6 20 1 4 105 GS 4 6 1 13 8 1 6 19 1 4 63 CG 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 SHO SV 0 1 0 2 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 IP 50.0 50.0 40.1 68.0 40.2 5.2 36.0 101.0 5.0 25.0 421.2 H 56 64 32 46 49 3 30 139 7 23 449 R 28 23 12 22 30 0 10 90 4 13 232 ER 20 19 8 20 19 0 10 73 4 13 186 HR 3 1 1 1 4 0 3 19 1 5 38 HB 9 4 3 4 2 0 2 5 0 2 31 BB 14 19 12 23 15 4 12 38 1 9 147 SO 22 36 36 62 48 4 42 73 9 17 349 WP 6 1 5 3 3 0 3 5 1 2 29 BK 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4

MEDINA’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by Seattle as a non-drafted free agent, July 25, 2005…Signed by Mariners scouts Bob Engle and Pedro Avila.

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JESUS MONTERO (63)
POSITION: Catcher AGE: 22 BORN: 11-28-89 in Guacara, VZ BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 235 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 28 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with New York (AL) along with Hector Noesi (rhp) in exchange for Michael Pineda (rhp) and Jose Campos (rhp) on Jan. 20, 2012 2011: MONTERO’s CAREER HIGHS • Enters season rated as the Mariners No. 1 prospect by Baseball MOST HITS: America…also listed by MLB.com 3 — 2 times; last 9/24/11 vs. BOS (with NYY) as the No. 12 prospect in baseball MOST HOME RUNS: (top catcher). 2 — 9/5/11 vs. BAL (with NYY) • Hit .328 (20x61) with 4 doubles, 4 MOST RBI: 4 — 9/24/11 vs. BOS (with NYY) home runs and 12 RBI in 18 games MOST STOLEN BASES: None with the Yankees...started 3 games LONGEST HITTING STREAK: at catcher and 14 at DH. 6 — 9/3-10/11 (with NYY) • Hit safely in 12 of 18 games…had CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None the highest average in September for any player that debuted during the month (Elias Sports Bureau). • Made his Major League debut Sept. 1 at Boston (0x4)…became the first Yankee to make his Major League debut at Fenway Park in the starting lineup since John Miller on Sept. 11, 1966. • Collected his first Major League hit with a single off Ricky Romero Sept. 3 vs. Toronto • Hit first two ML home runs Sept. 5 vs. Baltimore (2x3, 3 R, 3 RBI, BB). • Became the fourth active player to record at least 18 hits, 4 home runs and 12 RBI through his first 15 Major League games (9/1-24), joining Albert Pujols (2001), Jeff Francoeur (2005) and Mark Reynolds (2007). • Spent the majority of the season with AAA Scranton/WB, batting .288 (121x420) with 18 home runs and 67 RBI in 109 games. • Led all International League catchers with a .997 fielding percentage (2 E, 655 TC) and caught 18-of-88 potential base stealers (20.5%). • Named to the International League’s midseason All-Star team. • Entered the season ranked by Baseball America as the Yankees top prospect and 5th-best prospect in all of Baseball (top catcher)…also tabbed by the publication as the organization’s Best Hitter for Average and Best Power Hitter. PERSONAL: Jesus (heh-SOOS) Alejandro Montero (mahn-TAIR-oh)…resides in Guacara, Venezuela…brother, Jesus Rafael Montero, is a catcher in the St. Louis organization. CAREER: Originally signed by New York (AL) as a non-drafted free agent on Oct. 17, 2006… over the last three seasons has been named by Baseball America as the No. 38 (2009), No. 4 (2010) and No. 3 (2011) rated prospect in baseball. 2007: Made his professional debut with the GCL Yankees, batting .280 with 3 home runs and 19 RBI in 33 games…rated as the Yankees top catching prospect (6th overall) and the organization’s “Best Power Hitter” by Baseball America. 2008: Ranked 8th among minor leaguers with 171 hits…led the Yankees organization in batting average, runs, hits and RBI, while ranking 4th in home runs…named the 7th-best prospect in the South Atlantic League by Baseball America…selected to the midseason All-Star team and the South Atlantic League’s postseason All-Star team as the league’s top catcher…selected to play for the World Team in the All-Star Futures Game…attended spring training as a non-roster invitee, hitting a solo-homer in his only at-bat…tabbed by Baseball America as the No. 2 prospect in the Yankees system following the season. 2009: Combined to bat .337 (117x347) with 17 home runs and 70 RBI in 92 games split between A Tampa and AA Trenton…named to the midseason All-Star teams with both Tampa and Trenton…began the season with Tampa, batting .356 with 8 HR in 48 games… promoted to Trenton on June 3 and hit .317 with 9 HR in 44 games…appeared for the World Team in the 2009 Futures Game during All-Star Weekend…removed defensively 78

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in the third inning Aug. 1 at Altoona after being hit by a pitch while behind the plate, fracturing his middle finger…placed on the disabled list on Aug. 2 and missed the remainder of the season. 2010: Spent the entire season with AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, hitting .289 (131x453) with 34 doubles, 3 triples, 21 home runs and 75 RBI in 123 games…among Yankees farmhands, ranked T2nd in batting average, 2nd in home runs and 4th in RBI…amongst International League leaders, ranked 3rd in extra base hits (58), T3rd in doubles and 5th in slugging percentage (.517) and total bases (234)…named to the IL midseason and postseason All-Star teams…was also named the July Topps Player of the Month after batting .342 (26x76) with 7 doubles, 5 HR, 15 RBI and 18 R in 23 games…caught 30-of-129 (23.3%) of potential base stealers and led all IL catchers in games (109), total chances (785), putouts (703) and assists (76). POSTSEASON: Appeared in one game of 2011 AL Division Series vs. Detroit (G#4)…went 2-for-2 with one RBI and run scored.

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MONTERO’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2007 2008 2009 CLUB GCL Yankees Charleston Tampa Trenton 2010 Scranton/WB 2011 Scranton/WB NEW YORK (AL) Minor Lg Totals ML Totals AVG .280 .326 .356 .317 .289 .288 .328 .308 .328 G AB R 33 107 13 132 525 86 48 180 26 44 167 19 123 453 66 109 420 52 18 61 9 489 1852 262 18 61 9 H 30 171 64 53 131 121 20 570 20 TB 2B 3B HR RBI 45 6 0 3 19 258 34 1 17 87 105 15 1 8 37 90 10 0 9 33 234 34 3 21 75 196 19 1 18 67 36 4 0 4 12 928 118 6 76 318 36 4 0 4 12 SH 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 SF 1 1 1 0 4 3 0 10 0 HB 3 6 2 0 1 4 1 16 1 BB SO 12 18 37 83 14 26 14 21 46 91 36 98 7 17 159 337 7 17 SB 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 CS 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 SLG .421 .491 .583 .539 .517 .467 .590 .501 .590 OBP .366 .376 .406 .370 .353 .348 .406 .366 .406

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2011 NYY vs. DET AVG 1.000 G 1 AB 2 R 1 H 2 TB 2 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 1 SH 0 SF 0 HB 0 BB 0 SO 0 SB 0 CS 0 SLG OBP 1.000 1.000

MONTERO’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by New York (AL) as a non-drafted free agent, Oct. 17, 2006. — Acquired by Seattle along with Hector Noesi (rhp) in exchange for Michael Pineda (rhp) and Jose Campos (rhp), Jan. 21, 2012.

GRAND SLAMS AS A MARINER
Career Grand Slams 12........... Ken Griffey Jr. 9............. Jay Buhner Alvin Davis Edgar Martinez 8............. Richie Sexson 7............. Alex Rodriguez 6............. Raul Ibañez Mike Blowers 4............. Ichiro Suzuki Bret Boone Mike Cameron Paul Sorrento 3............. Tino Martinez Jim Presley Leon Roberts Randy Winn
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Single-Season Slams 5...... Richie Sexson, 2006 4...... Edgar Martinez, 2000 3...... Mike Blowers, 1993 Mike Blowers, 1995 Alvin Davis, 1990 Ken Griffey Jr., 1991 Paul Sorrento, 1996 Alex Rodriguez, 1996 Alex Rodriguez, 1999 Richie Sexson, 2005

ADAM MOORE (10)
POSITION: Catcher AGE: 27, turns 28 May 8 BORN: 5-8-84 in Longview, TX BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 220 ML SERVICE: 1 year, 167 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Mariners 6th round selection in the 2006 June draft; signed by Mariners scout Mark Lummus 2011: MOORE’s CAREER HIGHS • Made Opening Day roster for second consecutive season. MOST HITS: • Appeared in 2 games batting .167 4 — 8/16/10 at BAL (1x6) with a double. MOST HOME RUNS: 1 — 5 times; • Left game April 6 at Texas with inlast 9/7/10 at OAK jured right knee…placed on the 60MOST RBI: 2 — 3 times; last 9/24/10 at TB day DL on April 7 with a torn medial MOST STOLEN BASES: 1 — 10/1/09 vs. OAK meniscus in his right knee. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: • Underwent arthroscopic surgery 6 — 2 times; last 9/21-28/10 April 12 on his right knee to repair a CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None medial meniscus tear. • Played for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League…hit .259 (14x54) with 3 doubles and 8 RBI in 15 games…finished AFL season with an 8-game hitting streak (.393/11x28). PERSONAL: Adam Ross Moore…resides in Peoria, AZ…graduated from Mineola High School in June 2002…three-time All-State selection…hit .517 with a school-record 18 home runs, 49 RBI and 42 runs as a senior…selected to the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association 3A all-state team as a senior…named district MVP as a junior and senior…also earned first team all-district honors as a quarterback and was named basketball team MVP as a senior…played his junior college baseball at Northeast Texas Community College…rated as one of the nation’s top catchers at NTCC…earned first team All-Texas Eastern Athletic Conference honors in two seasons….earned Collegiate Baseball magazine National Player of the Week honors…selected to play in the Texas/New Mexico JUCO All-Start Game…redshirted at University of Nebraska in 2005…attended University of Texas at Arlington…named the 2006 Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year and first-team All-SLC selection. CAREER: Has spent his entire career in the Mariners Organization. 2006: Started pro career with Everett, hitting safely in 12 of 16 games…promoted to Wisconsin on July 8…recorded home runs in back-to-back games Aug. 5-6, including first career home run on Aug. 5 vs. Beloit…hit .294 (25x85) with 12 runs, 5 doubles, 6 home runs and 14 RBI in 23 game in August. 2007: Played in 115 games with High Desert, finishing 3rd in the California League in RBI (102) and slugging percentage (.543)…his 102 RBI were 2nd-most in the Mariners organization, while also finishing 5th with 22 home runs…recorded season-high 13-game hit streak, batting .420 (21x50) with 8 multi-hit games, Aug. 10-24…named High Desert’s Most Valuable Player by the Mariners. 2008: Spent the entire season with West Tennessee (AA)…selected as West Tennessee’s MVP by the Mariners Player Development staff…among all Mariners minor leaguers, ranked T2nd in batting average (.319)…named a Southern League All-Star…among Southern League leaders, ranked 6th in batting average and 6th in doubles…fractured his left thumb in the final playoff game on Sept. 6.

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MOORE’s CATCHING RECORD:
CATCHER 2009 2010 2011 Totals PCT 1.000 .990 1.000 .991 G 6 59 2 67 GS 5 58 2 65 PO 40 372 11 423 A 2 24 1 27 E 0 4 0 4 TC 42 400 12 454 DP 0 1 0 1 PB 1 7 0 8 CS 0 7 0 7 SB 1 35 2 38 CS% 0.0% 16.7% 0.0% 15.6%

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2009: Split minor league season between AA West Tenn and AAA Tacoma, before being selected by Seattle on Sept. 13…made Major League debut at catcher on Sept. 17 vs. Chicago (AL)…caught 14.0 innings, the most in an MLB debut dating back to 1954…the previous high was 12.0 innings by Jackie Moore (DET, 1965), Danny Breeden (CIN, 1969), Ramon Hernandez (OAK, 1999) and Wyatt Toregas (CLE, 2009)…recorded first career hit Sept. 20 vs. NYY (off Joba Chamberlain)…hit first homer Sept. 30 vs. Oakland (off Jeff Gray)…combined to hit .287 (125x435) with 55 R, 24 2B, 12 HR, 56 RBI, .352 OBP between West Tenn and Tacoma…named the Rainiers Player of the Year by the Mariners Player Development staff; also named Rainiers MVP by Tacoma. 2010: Saw action in 60 games, making 58 starts behind the plate, most among Mariners catchers (Johnson – 57, Bard – 35)…recorded a 3.62 Catcher’s ERA, 2nd-best in the AL (min. 50 G) trailing only Kurt Suzuki (3.27)…5th-lowest in club history…recorded pair of career-high 6-game hitting streaks; Aug. 16-23 (.360/9x25) and Sept. 21-28 (.409/9x22)… recorded 2 catcher’s interference April 11 at Texas; first catcher since Mark Salas on April 23, 1986 (MIN vs. SEA) to record 2 CI in a game…on the 15-day DL with a sublexed left fibula, May 16-25…on rehab assignment with AAA Tacoma, June 10-25…returned from rehab assignment at Tacoma, activated from 15-day DL and optioned to Tacoma on June 25…hit .481 (13x27) during rehab with Tacoma…recalled from Tacoma on Aug. 3 and spent the remainder of the season with Seattle.

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MOORE’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2006 Everett Wisconsin 2007 High Desert 2008 West Tenn 2009 West Tenn Tacoma SEATTLE 2010 SEATTLE Tacoma 2011 SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals ML Totals AVG .317 .267 .307 .319 .263 .294 .217 .195 .321 .167 .303 .197 G AB R 16 63 8 44 165 21 115 433 74 119 429 60 27 95 14 91 340 41 6 23 4 60 205 12 36 134 18 2 6 0 448 1659 236 68 234 16 H 20 44 133 137 25 100 5 40 43 1 502 46 TB 2B 3B HR RBI 29 9 0 0 9 71 6 0 7 24 235 30 3 22 102 217 34 2 14 71 39 5 0 3 13 146 19 0 9 43 9 1 0 1 2 58 6 0 4 15 62 8 1 3 15 2 1 0 0 0 799 111 6 58 277 69 8 0 5 17 SH 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 4 1 SF 0 2 9 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 16 2 HB 1 6 8 16 2 1 1 2 1 0 35 3 BB SO 2 10 14 38 41 84 40 77 16 21 26 51 0 7 8 63 7 24 0 2 146 305 8 72 SB 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 3 1 CS 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 SLG .460 .430 .543 .506 .411 .429 .391 .283 .463 .333 .482 .295 OBP .348 .342 .371 .396 .371 .346 .250 .230 .359 .167 .368 .231

MOORE’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Seattle in the 6th round of the 2006 June draft…Signed by Mariners scout Mark Lummus. — On the 15-day disabled list May 16-June 25, 2010 with a sublexed left fibula…included rehab assignment at extended spring training and AAA Tacoma. — On 60-day disabled list April 7, 2011-remainder of season with a torn medial meniscus in his right knee.

CONSECUTIVE RECORDS
Mariners record for Consecutive games with a... Stat Hit Double Triple Home Run RBI Extra Base Hit Multi-Hit Games 27 7 3 3 8 9 10 8 Player Ichiro Jim Presley Ichiro Dan Meyer Ken Griffey Jr. Edgar Martinez Ken Griffey Jr. Desi Relaford Dates May 6-June 3, 2009 May 8-14, 1986 Sept. 25-29, 2006 July 7-10, 1979 July 20-28, 1993 Aug. 12-20, 1995 July 19-29, 1993 Aug. 31-Sept. 9, 2002

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HECTOR NOESI (45)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 25 BORN: 1-26-87 in Esperanza, DR BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 200 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 139 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with New York (AL) along with Jesus Montero (c) in exchange for Michael Pineda (rhp) and Jose Campos (rhp) on Jan. 23, 2012 2011: • Was 2-2 with a 4.47 ERA (28 ER, 56.1 NOESI’s CAREER HIGHS IP, 28ER) in 30 appearances (2 GS) MOST STRIKEOUTS: over 4 stints with the Yankees (4/134 — 4 times; last 8/23/11 vs. OAK (with NYY) 21, 5/13-6/8, 6/12-8/28, 9/6-30). LOW-HIT GAME: None • Among AL rookie relievers (relief LONGEST WINNING STREAK: appearances only), ranked 8th in 2 — 5/18-7/22/11 (with NYY) innings pitched (51.2) and ERA LONGEST LOSING STREAK: (4.01), and 11th in strikeouts (42). 2 — 9/7/11-current • Made 28 relief appearances, going MOST INNINGS PITCHED: 2-1 with a 4.01 ERA (23 ER, 51.2 STARTER: IP)…17 of his 28 relief appearances 2.2 — 9/21/11 vs. TB (with NYY) were scoreless. RELIEVER: • Recalled from Scranton/WB for the 6.0 — 6/7/11 vs. BOS (with NYY) first time April 13-21, but did not appear in a game. • Earned the win in his Major League debut May 18 in 15-inning win at Baltimore…tossed 4.0 scoreless innings of relief (4 H, 4 BB, 4 K)…became the first Yankees pitcher to win his Major League debut in relief while tossing at least 4.0 scoreless innings, and the first in the Majors since Jim Brower for Cleveland (9/5/99). • Made first Major League start Sept. 21 vs. Tampa Bay (G#1). • Began the season with AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre…went 1-1, 3.28 in 6 games (5 GS). PERSONAL: Hector (HEHK-ter) Noesi (noh-eh-SEE) …resides in Mao, Dominican Republic. CAREER: Played for the World Team in the 2010 All-Star Futures Game…originally signed by New York (AL) as a non-drafted free agent on Dec. 3, 2004…compiled career minor league record of 30-18 with a 2.98 ERA in 97 appearances (74 GS). 2005: Made his professional debut with the Yankees Dominican Summer League team, going 5-3 with a 1.60 ERA in 13 games (10 starts). 2006: Limited to just 5 relief appearances with the GCL Yankees…on the DL with a strained right shoulder, June 18-July 31. 2007: Suffered season-ending right elbow strain June 23…limited to only 5 starts with A Charleston…began the season serving a 50-day suspension for violating the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. 2008: Combined to go 3-2 with a 3.33 ERA in 14 appearances (7 GSs) with the GCL Yankees and Staten Island. 2009: Appeared in 26 combined games (20 GS) with Charleston and Tampa…struck out at least 7 batters in 9 of his 20 starts…began the season with 27.1 consecutive scoreless innings over his first 9 appearances (3 starts), striking out 35 and walking only 3…named a South Atlantic League midseason All-Star…on the disabled list from July 19-Aug. 2 with right shoulder tendinitis…made pair of postseason relief appearances for the FSL Champion Tampa squad, including earning the win in Game 1 of the Championship Series at Port Charlotte. 2010: Combined to go 14-7 with a 3.20 ERA in 28 games (27 GS) with A Tampa, AA Trenton and AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre…walked just 28 batters while striking out 153 (5.46 K/ BB Ratio)…led all Yankees minor leaguers in wins and strikeouts (153), and ranked 7th in ERA…named a Florida State League All-Star and FSL Pitcher of the Week honors for April 8-19…promoted to Trenton on May 16…held opponents to 2 runs or less in 12 of 16 starts with the Thunder…collected his first career complete game on June 13 vs. Binghamton and first shutout June 29 at New Brunswick…earned Eastern League Pitcher of the Week honors for week ending June 7…selected to the World Team roster 82

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for the 2010 All-Star Futures Game, tossing 1.0 scoreless inning of relief…following the season, named the 7th-best prospect in the Yankees organization and having the “Best Control” by Baseball America.

NOESI’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2005 2006 2007 2008 CLUB W-L DSL Yankees 5-3 GCL Yankees 0-0 Charleston 1-1 GCL Yankees 2-1 Staten Island 1-1 2009 Charleston 3-4 Tampa 3-0 2010 Tampa 5-2 Trenton 8-4 Scranton/WB 1-1 2011 Scranton/WB 1-1 NEW YORK (AL) 2-2 Minor Lg Totals 30-18 ML Totals 2-2 ERA 1.60 1.29 4.50 3.65 3.00 2.38 3.92 2.72 3.10 4.82 3.28 4.47 2.98 4.47 G 13 5 5 9 5 17 9 8 17 3 6 30 97 30 GS 10 0 5 2 5 11 9 8 16 3 5 2 74 2 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 0 SHO SV 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 IP 50.2 7.0 20.0 24.2 24.0 75.2 41.1 43.0 98.2 18.2 24.2 56.1 428.1 56.1 H 34 5 25 23 20 62 34 35 90 23 28 63 379 63 R 19 1 10 11 12 24 18 14 37 10 11 29 167 29 ER 9 1 10 10 8 20 18 13 34 10 9 28 142 28 HR 2 0 2 2 5 3 3 3 7 1 0 6 28 6 HB 5 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 2 1 2 2 15 2 BB 8 1 8 3 7 11 4 6 18 4 9 22 79 22 SO 36 11 11 24 31 78 40 53 86 14 17 45 401 45 WP 2 0 2 1 3 0 2 5 5 1 2 4 23 4 BK 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 5 0

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NOESI’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by New York (AL) as a non-drafted free agent, Dec. 3, 2004. — Acquired by Seattle along with Jesus Montero (c) in exchange for Michael Pineda (rhp) and Jose Campos (rhp), Jan. 23, 2012.

LONGEST SCORELESS STREAKS IN CLUB HISTORY
Innings 34.0 31.0 29.0 28.2 24.0 24.0 23.0 23.0 22.1 22.0 22.0 22.0 21.0 21.0 20.2 20.2 20.1 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 Pitcher Mark Langston Randy Johnson Randy Johnson Shigetoshi Hasegawa Edwin Nunez Jamie Moyer Freddy Garcia Mike Moore Erik Hanson Felix Hernandez Bill Swift J.J. Putz Chris Bosio Mark Langston Jarrod Washburn Freddy Garcia Gil Meche Felix Hernandez Joel Pineiro Aaron Sele Randy Johnson Erik Bedard Dates Sept. 14-29, 1988 May 23-June 13, 1997 May 20-June 10, 1994 June 1-Aug. 22, 2003 (relief) June 8-July 12, 1988 (relief) June 16-July 6, 2002 Sept. 4-18, 2001 June 24-July 4, 1988 April 24-May 3, 1993 April 17-May 4, 2009 July 26-Aug. 11, 1990 June 4-July 20, 2007 April 18-June 1, 1993 June 23-July 6, 1984 Aug. 23, 2008-April 15, 2009 June 26-July 6, 2001 April 17-May 4, 2003 June 10-21, 2009 June 28-July 11, 2002 July 8-25, 2001 May 11-21, 1993 May 8-31, 2011

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MIGUEL OLIVO (30)
POSITION: Catcher AGE: 33, turns 34 July 15 BORN: 7-15-78 in Villa Vasquez, DR BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 230 ML SERVICE: 8 years, 171 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 with club option for 2013 ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent on January 3, 2011

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2011: OLIVO’s CAREER HIGHS • Led club in home runs (19) & RBI (62); first Mariners catcher ever to MOST HITS: lead team in HR or RBI. 5 — 2 times; last 5/12/10 vs. PHI (with COL) • One of 4 catchers during the MOST HOME RUNS: 2 — 4 times; expansion era (since ‘61) to lead last 6/12/11 at DET their teams in both HR and RBI; MOST RBI: 6 — 9/18/09 at CWS (with KC) joins: J. Romano (CLE - 1962), L. MOST STOLEN BASES: Parrish (DET - 1983, 1984) and V. 2 — 3 times; last 5/26/10 vs. ARI (with COL) Martinez (CLE - 2007). LONGEST HITTING STREAK: • Started 120 of 162 games at 10 — 2 times; last 6/22-7/6/06 (with FLA) catcher (54-66)…ranked 4th in AL CAREER GRAND SLAMS: in Catchers ERA (3.70). 2 — 6/20/03 at CHI, 7/21/11 at TOR • Threw out 25 of 104 (24.0%) of attempted base stealers, including career-high-tying 3 CCS July 5 at Oakland (also: 7/5/03 at TB w/CWS). • Hit 19th HR Sept. 26 vs. Oakland setting club record for HR by a Mariners player with catcher as primary position…18 HR tied club record for catchers; 19 (1 PH HR) is mostever for a Seattle player with catcher as primary position in a single season (previous: 18, Johjima-2006, Wilson-1996). • Single short of hitting for the cycle Sept. 9 vs. Kansas City (3x5, 2B, 3B, HR, 2 R, 2 RBI). • Hit second career grand slam July 21 at Toronto to tie game 5-5…first grand slam since June 20, 2003 at Chicago-NL (with CWS). • Missed 5 games with a strained hamstring June 29-July 4 (suffered June 28 vs. ATL). • Hit 8 home runs in June, T5th in the AL…most by a Mariners catcher in any month in club history (prev: 7, Dan Wilson, April 1996). • Collected fourth career 2-HR game June 12 at Detroit (last: 9/18/09)… homered in 5 of 9 games June 3-12, including 3 straight games (June 3-5) & third career PH homer June 6 vs. TB (also: 6/30/08 at BAL & 6/30/07 vs. ATL). • Collected 21 RBI in 21 games May 20-June 12. • Started 11 consecutive games at catcher April 24-May 6; was longest stretch of consecutive starts in team games since he also had 11 w/SD (Aug. 22-Sept. 2, ‘05). • Mariners winner for the Heart and Hustle Award (MLBPA), 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. PERSONAL: Miguel Eduardo Olivo…he and his wife, Gloria, have 6 children: Miguel Jr., Minaya, Alexandria, Sergio, Alazay and Erica…reside in Oakdale, California…is a second cousin once-removed of Royals infielder Tony Pena, Jr. (second-cousin of Tony Pena, Sr.)…coaches youth and high school players in the Dominican Republic in the offseason. CAREER: Has the most career home runs (129) by a Dominican-born catcher…Tony Pena, Olivo’s second-cousin, is 2nd with 107…appeared in the Major Leagues DOMINICAN HOMERS with the White Sox (2002-04), Mariners Miguel Olivo has hit 129 career home runs, (2004-05, 2011), Padres (2005), Marlins the most by a Dominican-born catcher: (2006-07), Royals (2008-09) and Rockies 1. Miguel Olivo ............................ 129 (2010)…was the Mariners Opening 2. Tony Pena ................................ 107 Day starter in 2005 and 2011…thrown 3. Ronny Paulino ............................ 33 out 173 attempted base stealers, 9thCarlos Santana .......................... 33 most among active catchers…hit 56 5. Tony Eusebio.............................. 30 home runs over the last three seasons, 84

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3rd-most among ML catchers (primary CATCHER HR SINCE 2006 position)…hit 51 of those 56 homers Miguel Olivo has hit 100 home runs over while playing catcher…originally signed the last 6 seasons (since ‘06), T3rd-most by Oakland as a non-drafted free agent, among Major League catchers (primary Sept. 30, 1996. position): 1997: Played for Athletics Dominican Summer League team and hit .271 with Brian McCann .......................... 131 1. 6 home runs and 57 RBI in 63 games. 2. Mike Napoli .............................. 122 1998: Named to Arizona League Post3. Miguel Olivo ............................ 100 season All-Star team after hitting .311 Jorge Posada ........................... 100 with 2 home runs and 23 RBI in 46 5. Victor Martinez ........................... 98 games. 1999: Spent full season at Modesto (A) in the California League…hit .305 with 9 home runs and 52 RBI in 73 games. 2000: Began year with Modesto, but was promoted to Midland (AA), hitting .273 with 6 HR, 45 RBI in 77 games. 2001: Rated by Baseball America as the No. 8 prospect in the White Sox organization… posted career highs in games (93), doubles (23), home runs (14), slugging pct. (.472) and fielding pct. (.988) at Birmingham (AA)…threw out 36.4 pct. (28-of-77) of base runners. 2002: Made MLB debut Sept. 15 at New York (AL) and hit a homer in his first MLB atbat off Andy Pettitte (second player in White Sox history and 83rd in MLB history to hit a homer in first at-bat)…started the season with Birmingham (AA)…led all Double-A catchers with 24 doubles…hit safely in 8 consecutive postseason games, going 9-for29 (.310) with 4 home runs and 9 RBI to earn Southern League Championship Series MVP honors…named by Baseball America as the No. 6 prospect in the SL (No. 1 among position players)…named to SL Mid- and Postseason All-Star teams. 2003: Led all American League rookie catchers in hits (75), doubles (19) and runs (37)… threw out 35.8 pct. (19-of-53) of attempted base stealers, the 3rd-highest mark in the AL…hit first career grand slam June 20 at Chicago-NL (off Shawn Estes)…named to TOPPS All-Rookie team and Baseball Digest’s All-Star Rookie team. 2004: Acquired by Seattle in a mid-season 5-player trade from the White Sox on June 27… hit .270 with 7 home runs and 26 RBI in 46 games for Chicago…made 43 starts with Seattle, 40 with Chicago…made Mariners debut June 29 vs. Texas…on DL from June 30-July 14 after having surgical procedure to remove a kidney stone. 2005: Spent time with Seattle, Tacoma (AAA) and San Diego…combined to hit .217 with 9 home runs and 34 RBI in 91 Major League games…traded to the Padres on July 30… made Padres debut on Aug. 2 as defensive replacement…became the 8th Padre to homer in his first at-bat…also homered the next game, Aug. 4 at Pittsburgh to become the second Padre to homer in each of his first two games with an at-bat. 2006: Hit .263 with 16 home runs, 58 RBI in career-high 127 games with the Marlins… hit .408 (20-f49) in June, tops in the National League…was behind the plate for Anibal Sanchez’s no-hitter on Sept. 6 vs. Arizona…threw out 25-of-73 (34.2 pct.) attempted base stealers; the 2nd-best caught stealing pct. in the National League. 2007: Set then-career highs with 60 RBI and 16 home runs (matched his 2006 total) in his second season with the Marlins…his 32 home runs from 2006-07 ranked T6th among all Major League catchers…hit .340 (18x53) in Interleague games…led all Major League catchers with 4 triples.

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OLIVO’s CATCHING RECORD:
CATCHER 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals PCT 1.000 .988 .991 .983 .991 .986 .988 .990 .990 .988 .989 G 6 113 95 91 124 119 58 103 111 127 947 GS 6 98 83 77 109 111 56 97 107 120 864 PO 31 692 510 505 732 787 378 718 821 835 6009 A 1 39 29 29 65 64 32 47 62 71 439 E 0 9 5 9 7 12 5 8 9 11 75 TC 32 740 544 543 804 863 415 773 892 917 6523 DP 0 5 7 3 11 9 6 5 9 7 62 PB 2 8 13 7 10 16 4 10 10 11 91 CS 1 19 11 12 25 20 12 18 30 25 173 SB 1 34 32 32 48 51 19 56 45 79 397 CS% 50.0% 35.8% 25.6% 27.3% 34.2% 28.2% 38.7% 24.3% 40.0% 24.0% 30.4%

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2008: Spent his first season with the 2011 AL CATCHING LEADERS Royals…threw out 12 of 31 attempted base stealers, a career-high 38.7 Olivo ranked among the top of AL catchers percent (4th-highest in the Majors)…34 (primary position) in several offensive categories: of his 78 hits (43.6%) were for extra Home Runs: Mike Napoli, TEX ........................... 30 bases (22 doubles, 12 home runs)… 1. Carlos Santana, CLE ..................... 27 on the MLB suspended list the first 4 2. J.P. Arencibia, TOR........................ 23 games of the season for an incident 3. Matt Wieters, BAL ......................... 22 at the end of 2007 while he was with 4. Miguel Olivo, SEA ........................ 19 the Marlins…ejected for charging 5. Alex Avila, DET .............................. 19 the mound after being hit by a pitch on Aug. 3 vs. the White Sox…served Games Played (as catcher): 4-game suspension from Aug. 14-17. 1. Alex Avila, DET ............................ 133 Matt Wieters, BAL ....................... 132 2009: Hit career-best 23 home runs in 2. Kurt Suzuki, OAK......................... 129 second season with the Royals… 3. Miguel Olivo, SEA ...................... 127 among MLB players who played 4. J.P. Arencibia, TOR...................... 122 primarily at catcher in 2009, only AL 5. MVP Joe Mauer hit more homers than Olivo (Victor Martinez also hit 23 homers)…set career highs in home runs, RBI, total bases and slugging…hit 19 home runs as a catcher and 4 as a DH…fell one homer shy of equaling Mike Macfarlane’s club record of 20 as a catcher in 1993…named Royals June Player of the Month; his 8 home runs in June were tied with 4 others for the most in the AL while his .692 slugging pct. was the best in the league…played for the Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic. 2010: Appeared in 112 games for Colorado…made 107 starts behind the plate, 3rd-most in his career…set career-highs in batting average (.269), triples (6), walks (27) and runs (55)…T5th among NL catchers with 14 home runs…hit .325 (74x228) with 42 runs, 8 doubles, 5 triples, 11 home runs and 42 RBI prior to the All-Star break…ranked in the top 5 among Major League catchers in batting average (2nd/.325), slugging (2nd/.548), runs (3rd/42), triples (1st/5), home runs (T3rd/11) and RBI (1st/42)…threw out career-high 30 attempted base stealers (out of 75 attempts)…ranked 2nd in the NL and 3rd in the Majors in CCS…caught 2nd career no-hitter April 17 at Atlanta (thrown by Ubaldo Jimenez)… other no-hitter was in 2006 when catching Anibal Sanchez as a member of the Marlins… for each no-hitter umpire Jeff Kellogg was behind the plate…hit 100th career home run April 24 vs. Florida. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Logged one at-bat during 2005 Division Series, Game 2 at St. Louis, while playing for the Padres…hit into a double-play as a pinch-hitter in the 7th inning as the Padres lost, 6-2.

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TWO-TIME MARINERS
In club history, a total of 30 players have spent 2 different stints with the Mariners. Mike Blowers, Norm Charlton & Jeff Nelson are the only players with three separate stints:
Mike Blowers (1992-1995, 1997, 1999) Bret Boone (1992-93, 2001-2005) Russell Branyan (2009, 2010) Norm Charlton (1993, 1995-97, 2001) Bryan Clark (1981-83, 1990) Darnell Coles (1983-85, 1988-90) Larry Cox (1977, 1979-80) Bob Galasso (1977, 1981) Ken Griffey Jr. (1989-1999, 2009-10) Lee Guetterman (1984-87, 1995-96) Raul Ibañez (1996-2000, 2004-08) Mike Jackson (1988-91, 1996) Bill Krueger (1991, 1995) John Mabry (1999-2000, 2003) Larry Milbourne (1977-80, 1984-85) John Moses (1982-87, 1992) Jerry Narron (1980-81, 1987) Jeff Nelson (1992-95, 2001-03, 2005) Joe Oliver (1998, 2000) Miguel Olivo (2004-05, 2011-) Clay Parker (1987, 1992) Dennis Powell (1987-90, 1992-93) Guillermo Quiroz (2006, 2009-10) Denny Stark (1999-2001, 2009) Brian Sweeney (2003, 2010) Bill Swift (1985-91, 1998) Lee Tinsley (1993, 1997) Ron Villone (1995, 2004-2005) Chris Widger (1995-96, 2000) Matt Young (1983-86, 1990)

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OLIVO’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 CLUB DSL Athletics AZL Athletics Modesto Modesto Midland 2001 Birmingham 2002 Birmingham CHICAGO (AL) 2003 CHICAGO (AL) 2004 CHICAGO (AL) SEATTLE Everett # 2005 SEATTLE Tacoma SAN DIEGO 2006 FLORIDA 2007 FLORIDA 2008 KANSAS CITY 2009 KANSAS CITY 2010 COLORADO 2011 SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals Mariners Totals AL Totals NL Totals ML Totals AVG .271 .311 .305 .282 .237 .259 .306 .211 .237 .270 .200 .000 .151 .233 .304 .263 .237 .255 .249 .269 .224 .282 .205 .231 .260 .243 G 63 46 73 58 19 93 106 6 114 46 50 2 54 24 37 127 122 84 114 112 130 484 234 598 398 996 AB 221 164 243 227 59 316 359 19 317 141 160 6 152 90 115 430 452 306 390 394 477 1685 789 1962 1391 3353 R 37 30 46 40 8 45 51 2 37 21 25 0 14 13 16 52 43 29 51 55 54 270 93 233 166 399 H TB 2B 60 97 11 51 74 11 74 126 13 64 100 11 14 19 2 82 149 23 110 172 24 4 8 1 75 114 19 38 70 7 32 62 8 0 0 0 23 42 4 21 36 4 35 56 7 113 189 22 107 183 20 78 136 22 97 191 15 106 177 17 107 185 19 476 773 99 162 289 31 454 808 95 361 605 66 815 1413 161 3B HR RBI 4 6 57 3 2 23 6 9 42 5 5 35 0 1 9 1 14 55 *10 6 49 0 1 5 1 6 27 2 7 26 2 6 14 0 0 0 0 5 18 1 3 21 1 4 16 3 16 58 4 16 60 0 12 41 5 23 65 6 14 58 1 19 62 30 46 291 3 30 94 11 79 258 14 50 192 25 129 450 SH SF 1 8 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 5 3 4 3 0 0 4 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 3 3 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 3 1 8 12 19 1 9 10 14 6 8 16 22 HB 2 4 2 2 0 7 5 0 4 0 3 0 0 1 3 7 2 3 5 1 1 23 4 16 13 29 BB 34 8 21 16 5 37 40 2 19 10 10 0 4 7 4 9 14 7 19 27 20 168 34 91 54 145 SO 36 43 60 53 15 62 66 5 80 29 55 2 49 19 31 103 123 82 126 117 140 356 244 566 374 940 SB 6 2 4 5 0 6 29 0 6 5 2 0 1 8 6 2 3 7 5 7 6 60 9 32 18 50 CS 3 2 5 2 0 3 13 0 4 4 2 0 1 1 1 3 2 0 2 4 5 29 8 18 10 28 SLG .439 .451 .519 .441 .322 .472 .479 .421 .360 .496 .388 .000 .276 .400 .487 .440 .405 .444 .490 .449 .388 .459 .366 .412 .435 .421 OBP .362 .356 .363 .332 .297 .347 .381 .286 .287 .316 .260 .000 .172 .293 .341 .287 .262 .278 .292 .315 .253 .352 .239 .269 .292 .279

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DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2005 SD vs. STL AVG .000 G 1 AB 1 R 0 H 0 TB 0 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 SH 0 SF 0 HB 0 BB 0 SO 0 SB 0 CS 0 SLG .000 OBP .000

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC
YEAR CLUB AVG 2009 Dominican Rep. .273 G 3 AB 11 R 3 H 3 TB 9 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 2 5 SH 1 SF 0 HB 0 BB 0 SO 2 SB 0 CS 0 SLG .818 OBP .273

OLIVO’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by Oakland as a non-drafted free agent, Sept. 30, 1996…Signed by A’s scout Miguel Garcia. — Acquired by Chicago (AL) in exchange for Chad Bradford (rhp), Dec. 7, 2000. — Acquired by Seattle along with Jeremy Reed (of) and Mike Morse (inf) in exchange for Freddy Garcia (rhp), Ben Davis (c) and cash on June 27, 2004. — On 15-day disabled list June 30-July 15, 2004 with kidney stones…included rehab assignment at Everett. — Acquired by San Diego in exchange for Miguel Ojeda (C) and Natanael Mateo (rhp), July 30, 2005. — Signed by Florida as a free agent, Jan. 3, 2006. — On MLB suspended list, March 31-April 5, 2008. — On MLB suspended list, Aug. 14-18, 2008. — On MLB suspended list, July 1-2, 2009. — Signed by Colorado as a free agent, Jan. 4, 2010. — Acquired by Toronto in exchange for cash considerations, Nov. 4, 2010. — Signed by Seattle as a free agent, Jan. 3, 2011.

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CARLOS PEGUERO (4)
POSITION: Outfielder AGE: 25 BORN: 2-22-87 in Hondo Valle, DR BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-5 WEIGHT: 245 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 76 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on January 20, 2005; signed by Mariners scouts Bob Engle and Patrick Guerrero 2011: PEGUERO’s CAREER HIGHS • Hit .196 (28x143) in 46 games over 2 MOST HITS: 2 — 8 times; stints with the Mariners, April 19-24 last 7/9/11 at LAA & May 9-July 18. MOST HOME RUNS: 2 — 6/2/11 vs. TB • Appeared in 46 games, making 43 MOST RBI: starts: LF – 40 G/GS, RF – 3 G/1 GS, 4 — 6/2/11 vs. TB DH – 2 GS. MOST STOLEN BASES: None • Recorded pair of home runs June LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2 vs. Tampa Bay while batting 9th 4 — 5/19-23/11 in the lineup…one of 14 rookies in CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None club history to record a multi-homer game…the 4th player in Mariners history to hit 2 home runs in one game from the 9th spot in the batting order…joins Brian Giles (May 17, 1990 at TOR), Russ Davis (April 8, 1998 vs. NYY) and Michael Saunders (June 30, 2010 at NYY). • Hit first Major League home run May 13 at Cleveland (off F. Carmona). • Recorded first Major League hit April 21 vs. Oakland with infield single in the 3rd inning. • Made first career start April 20 vs. Detroit, going 0-for-4 with 3 strikeouts…made debut previous night as defensive replacement in right field. • Recalled from AAA Tacoma April 19 (Justin Smoak placed on Bereavement List), optioned to Tacoma April 25…recalled from Tacoma May 9, optioned to Tacoma July 18 (INF/OF Mike Carp recalled). • With AAA Tacoma hit .317 (76x240) with 44 runs, 15 doubles, 13 home runs, 47 RBI, .364 on-base percentage and .923 OPS in 57 games. • Had a season-high (in minors) 12-game hitting streak July 28-Aug. 8, batting .389 (21x54) with 9 runs, 4 doubles, 4 home runs with 15 RBI. • On AAA disabled list Aug. 16-Sept. 1 with a right calf strain. • Played for Gigantes del Cibao in the Domincan Winter League…batted .259 (43x166) with 11 home runs and 29 RBI…led the DWL in home runs, runs scored (29), extra base hits (20), and ranked 2nd in slugging (.512), 3rd in RBI and T3rd in doubles (9). PERSONAL: Carlos Angel Peguero (peh-GEHR-oh)…originally signed by Seattle as a nondrafted free agent on Jan. 20, 2005…participated in the Mariners mini camp in 2010. 2005: Played in the Dominican Summer League, hitting .251 (45x179) in 59 games. 2006: Started season with AZL Mariners…led the Arizona League with a .649 slugging percentage and finished T1st in home runs (7), T2nd in triples (7), 2nd in extra base hits (24) and T9th in average (.313)…promoted to Everett on Aug. 8…participated in the Mariners Arizona Instructional League. 2007: Appeared in 79 games with A Wisconsin…recorded season-high 8-game hit streak (.364/12x33), June 11-21…knocked in a career-high 7 RBI, going 3-for-5 with a 2-run double, 3-run double and 3-run homer, June 15 at Cedar Rapids…on the disabled list with a left elbow strain, July 31-remainder of the season…named Wisconsin’s Most Valuable Player by the Mariners…participated in the Mariners 2007 Arizona Instructional League…played for Tigres del Licey in the Dominican Winter League. 2008: Spent season with A High Desert…placed on the disabled list on July 17-remainder of the season, with a sprained left wrist…participated in the Mariners Advance Development League. 2009: Spent season with High Desert (A)…led all Mariners farmhands with 31 home runs, while ranking 3rd in RBI (98)…3-time California League Player of the Week, May 18-24 (.464/13x28, 12 R, 4 2B, 4 HR, 6 RBI), June 8-14 (.400/10x25, 6 R, 2B, 3B, 4 HR, 8 RBI), Aug. 17-23 (.409/9x22, 9 R, 3 2B, 4 HR, 13 RBI)…recorded 4 multi-home run games… 88

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hit home runs in 3 consecutive games twice, June 28-30 (4 HR) and Aug. 20-22 (3 HR)… played for the Tigres del Licey in the Dominican Winter League (.273/3x11, 8 G). 2010: Spent the entire season with AA West Tenn…hit .467 (7x15) in 4 playoff games…Led the Southern League with 23 home runs…ranked 2nd with 21.22 HR/AB…Became the third West Tenn player to hit 3 home runs in a game, April 28 at Mobile…Named the SL Player of the Week for April 19-25 (.333/13x27, 2B, 3 HR, 5 R, 6 RBI)…Selected to play in the All-Star Futures Game for the World Squad (2x4, R, 2B, K)…also named to SL MidSeason All-Star team…Played for the Tigres del Licey in the Dominican Winter League (.253/20x79, 3 HR).

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PEGUERO’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2005 DSL Mariners 2006 AZL Mariners Everett 2007 Wisconsin 2008 High Desert 2009 High Desert 2010 West Tenn 2011 Tacoma SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals ML Totals AVG .251 .313 .204 .263 .299 .271 .254 .317 .196 .274 .196 G AB R 59 179 31 34 134 27 25 93 7 79 297 35 92 371 47 126 491 92 130 488 86 57 240 44 46 143 14 602 2293 369 46 143 14 H TB 2B 3B HR RBI 45 79 8 4 6 30 42 87 10 7 7 30 19 31 4 1 2 9 78 138 21 6 9 50 111 178 25 3 12 74 133 275 21 14 31 98 124 226 23 5 *23 73 76 134 15 2 13 47 28 53 3 2 6 19 628 1148 127 42 103 411 28 53 3 2 6 19 SH 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 SF 2 1 0 1 3 3 1 0 1 11 1 HB 2 2 0 7 1 7 8 3 3 30 3 BB SO 22 66 13 49 2 34 16 97 10 96 42 172 56 178 15 82 8 54 176 774 8 54 SB 1 3 0 4 6 3 7 8 0 32 0 CS 3 2 2 3 4 4 9 0 1 27 1 SLG .441 .649 .333 .465 .480 .560 .463 .558 .371 .501 .371 OBP .337 .380 .221 .315 .317 .335 .340 .364 .252 .332 .252

PEGUERO’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by Seattle as a non-drafted free agent, Jan. 20, 2005…Signed by Mariners scouts Patrick Guerrero and Bob Engle.

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

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TRAYVON ROBINSON (12)
POSITION: Outfielder AGE: 24, turns 25 Sept. 1 BORN: 9-1-87 in Los Angeles, CA BATS: Switch THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 201 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 55 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with Boston along with Chih-Hsien Chiang (of) in exchange for Erik Bedard (lhp) and Josh Fields (rhp) on July 31, 2011 2011: • Acquired by Seattle along with ROBINSON’s CAREER HIGHS outfielder Chih-Hsien Chiang from MOST HITS: Boston on July 31 in exchange for 4 — 8/23/11 G#2 at CLE Erik Bedard (lhp) and Josh Fields MOST HOME RUNS: (rhp)…prior to trade with Seattle, 1 — 2 times; last 9/7/11 at LAA was traded to Boston from the Los MOST RBI: 2 —4 times; last 9/21/11 at MIN Angeles Dodgers in exchange for MOST STOLEN BASES: Tim Federowicz (c), Stephen Fife 1 — 9/5/11 at LAA (rhp) and Juan Rodriguez (rhp). LONGEST HITTING STREAK: • Appeared in only 3 games with 4 — 2 times; last 9/4-7/11 AAA Tacoma before being recalled CAREER GRAND SLAMS: to Seattle on Aug. 5 (Cust DFA). None • Made Major League debut Aug. 5 at LAA, while recording first career hit (a single in the 6th inning of Jered Weaver)…went 1-for-3 and made a home run saving catch off the bat of Torii Hunter that was the No. 1 top play on ESPN’s Sportscenter that night. • Hit first Major League home run Aug. 6 at LAA (2nd MLB game), off Tyler Chatwood. • Went 6-for-9 with 2 runs and 3 doubles in Aug. 23 doubleheader at Cleveland…tied Seattle DH record for hits (6) and doubles (3)…career-high 4 hits in G#2 (4x5, R, 2B, RBI). • Hit .395 (15x38) with 5 runs, 8 doubles and 6 RBI over 10-game stretch, Aug. 10-23. • Recorded the Mariners only hit in 3-1 loss at LAA on Sept. 7…hit a leadoff home run in the 6th to break up Jerome Williams’ no-hit bid and give Seattle a 1-0 lead…it was the fourth time in club history that the Mariners were held to a home run as the only hit in the game and first since Aug. 10, 1988 at California. • Began season with AAA Albuquerque, setting career-highs in home runs (26) and RBI (71)…named AAA All-Star by Baseball America. • Recorded pair of season-high 16-game hitting streaks: April 12-30 (.385/25x65, 13 R, 2B, 4 HR, 19 RBI) and May 27-June 14 (.394/26x66, 11 R, 3 2B, 3B, 6 HR, 17 RBI). PERSONAL: Trayvon Andrew Dwayne Robinson (TRAY-von)…attended Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles, the same high school as former Major Leaguer Darryl Strawberry… is an alumni of Major League Baseball’s RBI program (Reviving Baseball in the Innercities) and took part in a 2007 baseball clinic at the Urban Youth Academy in Compton… attended MLB’s 2011 Rookie Career Development Program in New York. CAREER: Originally selected by the Dodgers in the 10th round of the 2005 June draft… signed by Dodgers scout Bill Bobby Darwin…did not become a switch-hitter until the 2007 season. 2005: Made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Dodgers and hit .296 (34x115) with 3 home runs in 40 games…promoted to Ogden at the end of the GCL season and appeared in 8 games…named by Baseball America as the Fastest Baserunner in the Dodger organization. 2006: Spent majority of the season with the Gulf Coast League Dodgers…also saw action in 3 games for the Vero Beach Dodgers in the Florida State League. 2007: Became a switch-hitter for the first time (natural right-handed batter)…spent season with A Great Lakes in the Midwest League. 2008: Spent the entire season playing center field for A Inland Empire…hit .276 (121x438) with 4 home runs, 20 doubles, 8 triples and 22 stolen bases in 112 games…won the 2008 Dodger Pride Award for the month of July…had strong finish to the season batting .304 (55x181) following the All-Star break. 90

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2009: Batted a career-best .306 (144x470) with 15 home runs and 54 RBI in 117 games for A Inland Empire…ranked 2nd in the California League in stolen bases and 9th in batting average…led club in runs (82), triples (9) and stolen bases (43)…named to the Cal League Mid-Season All-Star team…won two Dodger Pride Awards for Inland Empire for the months of April (.318, 3 HR) and July (.339, 14 SB)…promoted to AA Chattanooga and hit .246 (14x57) with 2 home runs and 10 RBI in 19 games for the Lookouts…played for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League with current Mariners Casper Wells and Dustin Ackley…selected to the Major League 40-man roster on Nov. 18, 2009. 2010: Appeared in career-high 120 games for AA Chattanooga…amongst Southern League leaders, ranked 3rd in OBP (.404), 3rd in steals (38), 3rd in walks (73) and 10th in batting average (.300)…switch-hitter batted .319 (44x138) vs. LHP and .291 (86x296) vs. RHP… selected as a Mid-Season Southern League All-Star, batting .297 (94x317) at the break… Southern League Hitter of the Week for May 24-30 (.286/6x21, 3 HR, 5 RBI)…won the June Dodger Pride Award for Chattanooga, hitting .370 (37x100) with 7 doubles…rated by Baseball America as the No. 13 prospect in the Southern League…also selected by the publication as the Dodgers No. 10 prospect heading into the 2011 season…played for the Phoenix Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League (.250/18x72, HR, 7 RBI)…starting center fielder for the East Rising Stars in the AFL All-Star game. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

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ROBINSON’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2005 GCL Dodgers Ogden 2006 GCL Vero Beach 2007 Great Lakes 2008 Inland Empire 2009 Inland Empire Chattanooga 2010 Chattanooga 2011 Albuquerque Tacoma SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals ML Totals AVG .296 .217 .254 .400 .253 .276 .306 .246 .300 .293 .111 .210 .283 .210 G AB R 40 115 19 8 23 2 39 134 24 3 5 1 110 396 50 112 439 67 117 470 82 19 57 8 120 434 80 100 368 70 3 9 1 44 143 12 671 2450 404 44 143 12 H TB 2B 3B HR RBI 34 54 7 2 3 15 5 8 0 0 1 2 34 51 7 2 2 20 2 2 0 0 0 1 100 123 9 4 2 31 121 169 20 8 4 42 144 235 28 9 15 54 14 25 1 2 2 10 130 190 23 5 9 57 108 207 9 6 26 71 1 1 0 0 0 0 30 48 12 0 2 14 693 1065 104 38 64 303 30 48 12 0 2 14 SH 0 0 2 0 10 8 1 3 8 0 0 3 32 3 SF 0 0 1 0 1 5 4 0 3 0 0 1 14 1 HB 3 0 2 0 4 4 4 0 5 3 0 0 25 0 BB 8 0 16 0 32 33 50 10 73 45 3 8 270 8 SO SB 25 6 9 0 48 5 2 1 119 22 104 22 125 43 18 4 125 38 122 8 4 1 61 1 701 150 61 1 CS 4 0 1 0 9 12 18 2 15 6 0 0 67 0 SLG .470 .348 .381 .400 .311 .385 .500 .439 .438 .563 .111 .336 .435 .336 OBP .357 .217 .340 .400 .314 .328 .375 .358 .404 .375 .333 .250 .358 .250

ROBINSON’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Los Angeles (NL) in the 10th round of the 2005 June draft. — Acquired by Boston from Los Angeles (NL) in exchange for Tim Federowicz (c),Stephen Fife (rhp) and Juan Rodriguez (rhp), July 31, 2011. — Acquired by Seattle from Boston along with Chih-Hsien Chiang (of) in exchange for Erik Bedard (lhp) and Josh Fields (rhp), July 31, 2011.

SEASON LEADERS BY POSITION
POS. C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH BATTING AVERAGE Wilson, .295, 2002 Bochte, .316, 1979 Boone, .331, 2001 E. Martinez, .343, 1992 Rodriguez, .358, 1996 Paciorek, .326, 1981 Ichiro, .351, 2007 Ichiro, .372, 2004 E. Martinez, .356, 1995 HOME RUNS Wilson, 18, 1996 Johjima, 18, 2006 Olivo, 18, 2011 Sexson, 39, 2005 Boone, 37, 2001 Presley, 28, 1985 Rodriguez, 42, 1998 & 99 Ibañez, 33, 2006 Griffey Jr., 56, 1997 & 98 Buhner, 44, 1996 E. Martinez, 37, 2000 91 RBI Wilson, 83, 1996 Sexson, 121, 2005 Boone, 141, 2001 Presley, 107, 1986 Rodriguez, 124, 1998 Ibañez, 123, 2006 Griffey Jr., 147, 1997 Buhner, 138, 1996 E. Martinez, 143, 2000

MAURICIO ROBLES (67)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher AGE: 23 BORN: 3-5-89 in Valencia, VZ BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 215 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 75 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with Detroit along with Luke French (LHP) in exchange for Jarrod Washburn (LHP) on July 31, 2009 2011: • On 60-day disabled list March 30-June 13 recovering from left elbow surgery. • Had surgery March 22 to remove loose bodies from his left elbow…surgery was performed by Mariners Medical Director Dr. Edward Khalfayan in Seattle. • Made only 10 starts combined between A High Desert, AA Jackson and AAA Tacoma… combined to go 1-5 with a 8.91 ERA (32 ER, 32.1 IP) in injury-riddled season. • Made 4 starts with Tacoma going 1-2 with 8.74 ERA (11 ER, 11.1 IP). • Placed on the disabled list Aug. 4 with a left forearm strain and did not pitch the rest of the season. PERSONAL: Mauricio Antonio Robles (ROBE-less)…attended Colegio La California… originally signed as a non-drafted free agent by Detroit on April 1, 2006…signed by Tigers scout German Robles. 2006: Made 14 relief appearances in professional debut with Tigers entry in the Venezuelan Summer League…ranked 4th among all VSL relievers with 11.25 K/9.0 innings. 2007: Returned to VSL Tigers to go 3-6 with 3.26 ERA (25 ER, 69.0 IP) in 14 starts…led the VSL with 10.83 K/9.0 IP, ranked 3rd in strikeouts (83) and 14th in ERA. 2008: Spent full season with A West Michigan…overall went 5-3 with 2.66 ERA (27 ER, 91.1 IP) in 23 appearances (16 starts). 2009: Began season in the Tigers minor league system, appearing in games with West Michigan and A Lakeland…struck out 111 batters in 91.1 innings…traded to Seattle and assigned to High Desert on July 31…won back-to-back games, Aug. 16 at Inland Empire and Aug. 23 vs. Inland Empire, striking out 17 batters over 14.0 scoreless innings…went 1-1 with 3.97 ERA (5 ER, 11.1 IP) in 2 starts in the California League playoffs. 2010: Split the season between AA West Tenn and AAA Tacoma, combining to go 9-7, 3.99 (63 ER, 142.0 IP) in 27 starts…T1st among Mariners minor leaguers (with Michael Pineda) with 154 strikeouts…also 10th with 3.99 ERA…started the season at West Tenn posting 6-6, 4.11 mark in 22 starts…two-time Southern League Pitcher of the Week: May 3-9 (1-0, 2 GS, 15 K) and May 31-June 6 (2-0, 1.54, 2 GS, 14 K)…transferred to Tacoma on Aug. 14…went 3-1, 3.54 (11 ER, 28.0 IP) in 5 starts…also went 1-1, 8.18 in pair of playoff starts for PCL Champion Rainiers…limited AAA hitters to .188 batting average (19x101).

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ROBLES’ PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 CLUB W-L VSL Tigers 0-1 VSL Tigers 3-6 West Michigan 5-3 West Michigan 4-4 Lakeland 4-2 High Desert 3-2 2010 West Tenn 6-6 Tacoma 3-1 2011 High Desert 0-2 Jackson 0-1 Tacoma 1-2 Minor Lg Totals 29-30 ERA 3.38 3.26 2.66 4.63 3.60 2.78 4.11 3.54 12.41 4.15 8.74 3.91 G 14 14 23 11 7 7 22 5 4 2 4 113 GS 0 14 16 11 7 6 22 5 4 2 4 91 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 16.0 69.0 91.1 56.1 35.0 32.1 114.0 28.0 12.1 8.2 11.1 474.1 H 17 60 54 45 34 23 102 19 19 7 7 387 R 7 33 27 29 16 14 58 12 18 4 11 229 ER 6 25 27 29 14 10 52 11 17 4 11 206 HR 0 4 2 6 3 1 10 2 2 1 3 34 HB 0 9 4 1 3 0 6 0 1 1 1 26 BB 16 27 54 27 14 19 51 20 11 8 14 261 SO 20 83 79 71 40 34 120 34 9 6 8 504 WP 4 7 8 2 1 1 6 0 2 1 1 33 BK 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 6

ROBLES’ CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by Detroit as a non-drafted free agent, April 1, 2006…Signed by Detroit scout German Robles. — Acquired in trade with Detroit along with Luke French (lhp) in exchange for Jarrod Washburn (lhp), July 31, 2009. — On 60-day disabled list recovering from left elbow surgery, March 30-June 13, 2011. 92

CHANCE RUFFIN (59)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 23, turns 24 Sept. 8 BORN: 9-8-88 in Philadelphia, PA BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 195 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 66 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with Detroit along with Casper Wells (of), Francisco Martinez (inf) and Charlie Furbush (lhp) in exchange for Doug Fister (rhp) and David Pauley (rhp) on July 30, 2011 2011: • Was 1-0, 4.08 (8 ER, 17.2 IP) in 13 RUFFIN’s CAREER HIGHS relief appearances with Seattle. MOST STRIKEOUTS: • Earned first Major League win Aug. 3 — 9/28/11 vs. OAK 22 at Cleveland with a scoreless 8th LOW-HIT GAME: None inning (1.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 0 SO). LONGEST WINNING STREAK: • Chance (1-0) and his father, Bruce 1 — 8/22/11-current (60-82, 63 SV), are the 30th pair of LONGEST LOSING STREAK: father/sons with at least 1 career win None each in MLB history. MOST INNINGS PITCHED: • Acquired from Detroit on Aug. 17 as STARTER: PTBNL in July 30 trade. None • Selected to Major League roster by RELIEVER: Detroit July 25…made MLB debut 2.0 — 3 times; last 9/28/11 vs. OAK that night at Chicago (AL)…made 2 appearances with Tigers: 0-0, 4.91. • Split minor league season between AA Erie (3-3, 10 SV, 2.12 ERA) & AAA Toledo (0-0, 9 SV, 1.84 ERA) in Tigers system. • Was the 3rd player from the 2010 draft class to appear in the Major Leagues (Chris Sale – CWS, Josh Spence – SD). PERSONAL: Chance Kraig Ruffin…resides in Austin, TX with wife Katie and golden retriever Millie…played college baseball at the University of Texas…went 24-6 with 19 saves and a 2.39 ERA (71 ER, 267.1 IP) in 85 games/28 starts at UT…2008 Big 12 Freshman of the Year…father, Bruce, pitched for 12 years in the Major Leagues with Philadelphia, Milwaukee and Colorado, posting a 60-82 record with 63 saves. CAREER: Originally selected by Detroit in the supplemental first round of the 2010 June draft (48th overall)…signed by Tigers scout Tim Grieve. 2010: Made his pro debut with the Surprise Rafters in the Arizona Fall League, posting a 1-1 record with 4 saves and a 3.86 ERA (4 ER, 9.1 IP) in 10 relief appearances…tabbed by Baseball America as the Tigers 7th-best prospect and rated as having the best slider in the Tigers organization…as a junior at Texas, earned All-Big 12 Conference and Baseball America All-America honors…named the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Stopper of the Year…led the nation in strikeouts per 9.0 innings (13.49) and ranked 2nd in ERA (1.11).

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RUFFIN’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2011 Erie Toledo DETROIT SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals ML Totals W-L 3-3 0-0 0-0 1-0 3-3 1-0 ERA 2.12 1.84 4.91 3.86 2.03 4.08 G 31 13 2 13 44 15 GS 0 0 0 0 0 0 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO SV 0 10 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 IP 34.0 14.2 3.2 14.0 48.2 17.2 H 23 14 5 13 37 18 R 9 4 2 6 13 8 ER 8 3 2 6 11 8 HR 2 1 2 2 3 4 HB 1 0 0 0 1 0 BB 16 6 0 9 22 9 SO 43 17 3 15 60 18 WP 2 1 0 1 3 1 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0

RUFFIN’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Detroit in the supplemental first round (48th overall) in the 2010 June draft… Signed by Detroit scout Tim Grieve. — Acquired by Seattle from Detroit along with Francisco Martinez (inf), Charlie Furbush (lhp) and Casper Wells (of) in exchange for Doug Fister (rhp) and David Pauley (rhp), Aug. 17, 2011…was PTBNL in 7/30/11 trade. 93

BRENDAN RYAN (26)
POSITION: Infielder AGE: 29, turns 30 March 26 BORN: 3-26-82 in Los Angeles, CA BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 195 ML SERVICE: 4 years, 82 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Traded to Seattle by St. Louis for Maikel Cleto (rhp) on December 13, 2010 2011: • Appeared in 123 games at SS RYAN’s CAREER HIGHS (120 GS), 10th in the AL…ranked MOST HITS: T7th in AL SS in double plays (79), 4 — 3 times; last 5/27/10 at SD (with STL) 9th in total chances (572) and MOST HOME RUNS: assists (371). 1 — 12 times; last 9/5/11 at lAA • Led Major League shortstops MOST RBI: 5 — 7/24/11 at BOS in defensive runs saved (18)… MOST STOLEN BASES: combined with Dustin Ackley 2 — 3 times; last 6/27/10 at KC (with STL) for 28 runs saved, the 2nd-best LONGEST HITTING STREAK: double play combo in the Majors 11 — 2 times; last 7/15-27/11 behind Andrus-Kinsler (TEX). CAREER GRAND SLAMS: • Tied 12th in AL with 10 HBP, led 2 — 8/20/09 at SD (with STL) & 7/24/11 at BOS club and set career high. • Did not play after Sept. 17 due to back spasms. • On 15-day DL Aug. 4-19 with sprained AC joint in left shoulder…hit .179 (14x78) with 20 K after return from DL (Aug. 22-Sept. 17). • Matched career high with 11-game hitting streak July 15-27 (.347/17x49, 7 R, 4 2B, 2 HR, 7 RBI)…also had 11G hit streak May 20-31 (.513/20x39). • Recorded career-high 5 RBI, including grand slam, July 24 at Boston. • Went 3-for-6 falling triple short of the cycle July 19 at Toronto…HR#1, first homer since 6/11/10 at ARI (w/STL), snapping string of 173 games and 650 PA (580 AB) without HR. • Finished May batting .384 (28x73), 2nd-best in the AL…set a monthly career-high for hits. • Walk-off RBI single May 6 vs. Chicago (AL); 3rd career walk-off hit (also: 9/19/09 vs. CHI & 7/30/10 vs. PIT). PERSONAL: Brendan Wood Ryan…resides in Los Angeles…graduated in 2000 from Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, CA…earned 3 varsity letters in baseball and was a two-time (1999-2000) All-Conference selection…received All-State honors his senior year (2000) when Notre Dame lost in the State Championship game at Dodger Stadium…was Los Angeles Times “Gold Glove” selection…played baseball at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho (2001-03)…led LCSC to the 2002-03 NAIA World Series title. CAREER: Originally selected by St. Louis in the 7th round of the 2003 June draft…prior to being traded to Seattle had spent his entire professional career in the Cardinals organization…made his Major League debut June 2, 2007 at Houston. 2003: Made professional debut with New Jersey (A)…hit .311 (60x193) with 14 doubles and 4 triples…ranked 7th in the New York-Penn League in batting. 2004: Named the starting shortstop for the Eastern Division at the Midwest League All-Star Game in 2004…captured the Midwest League batting title (.322) and ranked 2nd among STL minor leaguers…30 steals were 4th-most in the Cards minor league system. 2005: Appeared in 49 games Palm Beach (A) in the Florida State League and 43 games for Springfield (AA)…season-high 16-game hitting streak (27x62, .435) from April 11-29. 2006: Limited to 28 games at four stops in the minors due to wrist injury suffered during spring training…hit .310 (39x126) in 28 games with Peoria in the Arizona Fall League (2 HR, 19 R, 20 RBI)…tied for the AFL lead with 39 hits. 2007: Split his season between Memphis (AAA) and Cardinals (AAA)…made Major League debut June 2 at Houston as a defensive sub at shortstop in the 7th inning…grounded out in first plate appearance in the 8th inning…made first start (2B) June 3 at Houston… collected first hit and RBI June 16 at Oakland (off L. DiNardo)…made starts at second base (15), third base (18) and shortstop (17). 94

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2008: Opened the season on the 15-day disabled list with a right oblique strain suffered in spring training…activated from DL on April 23 and made his season debut on April 24 at Pittsburgh (2x3, BB, RBI)…made first career start in the outfield (RF) Aug. 17 at Cincinnati…made appearances at shortstop (40 G), second base (23 G), third base (5 G) and in the outfield (3 G)…optioned to Memphis Aug. 6 and recalled Sept. 2. 2009: Posted the majors best range ratings for shortstops (min. 500 innings), leading in total chances (5.49) and assists (3.84)/ 9 inn…his .984 fielding pct. ranked in top 5 among all shortstops with a minimum of 75 games started…was 3rd among NL shortstops (min. 100 games) in batting with a .301 mark, trailing only H. Ramirez and M. Tejada…led the team with 7 triples and 17 infield hits…on the 15-day disabled list from May 30-June 15 with a left hamstring strain…hit his first career grand slam on Aug. 20 at San Diego (off Tim Stauffer). 2010: Ranked 4th among National League shortstops playing in a career-high 139 games… hit .223 (98x439) with 19 doubles, 3 triples, 2 home runs and 36 RBI…led Major League shortstops with 3.43 assists per game and an .874 zone rating…also 5th in double plays turned and 10th in fielding pct…hit .300 (9x30) with 5 runs, 3 doubles, 1 home run and 5 RBI in 9 games in leadoff spot…traded to Seattle in exchange for Maikel Cleto (rhp) on Dec. 13…signed 2-year contract avoiding arbitration on Dec. 17. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Was the starting shortstop in all 3 games during the 2009 NLDS vs. Los Angeles…doubled in Game 1 for his only hit during the series.

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RYAN’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2003 2004 2005 CLUB New Jersey Peoria Palm Beach Springfield 2006 State College Palm Beach Springfield Memphis 2007 Memphis ST. LOUIS 2008 Palm Beach # Springfield # ST. LOUIS Memphis 2009 ST. LOUIS Memphis # 2010 ST. LOUIS 2011 SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals AL Totals NL Totals ML Totals AVG .311 .322 .303 .273 .235 .429 .302 .154 .272 .289 .250 .368 .244 .238 .292 .000 .223 .248 .292 .248 .259 .256 G AB R 53 193 20 105 426 72 49 188 29 43 154 28 8 34 5 3 14 2 10 43 6 7 26 4 81 323 55 67 180 30 3 12 1 4 19 5 80 197 30 21 80 13 129 390 55 3 11 0 139 439 50 123 436 51 390 1523 240 123 436 51 415 1206 165 538 1642 216 H 60 137 57 42 8 6 13 4 88 52 3 7 48 19 114 0 98 108 444 108 312 420 TB 82 172 77 58 8 7 14 7 110 73 4 13 57 33 156 0 129 142 585 142 415 557 2B 14 21 17 8 0 1 1 0 9 9 1 3 9 5 19 0 19 19 80 19 56 75 3B HR RBI 4 0 13 4 2 59 0 1 16 1 2 9 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 6 5 1 15 0 4 12 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 10 0 3 10 7 3 37 0 0 0 3 2 36 3 3 39 14 11 138 3 3 39 10 9 95 13 12 134 SH SF 1 2 9 9 4 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 1 6 3 0 0 9 3 9 5 22 16 9 5 21 6 30 11 HB 3 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 1 6 0 2 10 13 10 11 21 BB SO 14 25 24 42 15 20 15 19 3 4 0 2 3 6 1 3 25 39 15 19 1 1 1 6 16 31 4 17 24 56 0 5 33 60 34 87 106 189 34 87 88 166 122 253 SB 11 30 8 6 1 1 1 1 17 7 1 1 7 1 14 0 11 13 79 13 39 52 CS 3 7 1 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 1 0 2 0 7 0 4 3 19 3 13 16 SLG .425 .404 .410 .377 .235 .500 .326 .269 .341 .406 .333 .684 .289 .413 .400 .000 .294 .326 .384 .326 .344 .339 OBP .363 .356 .355 .343 .282 .429 .348 .185 .328 .347 .308 .429 .307 .279 .340 .000 .279 .313 .340 .313 .314 .313

YEAR CLUB, OPP 2009 STL vs. LAD

AVG .083

G 3

AB 12

R 0

DIVISION SERIES
H 1 TB 2 2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 0 0 SH 0

SF 0

HB 0

BB 0

SO 2

SB 0

CS 0

SLG .167

OBP .083

RYAN’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by St. Louis in the 7th round of the 2003 June draft. — On 15-day disabled list March 21-April 23, 2008 with a right oblique strain…included rehab assignments at Palm Beach and Springfield. — On 15-day disabled list May 30-June 15, 2009 with a left hamstring strain…included rehab assignment at Memphis. — Acquired by Seattle from St. Louis in exchange for Maikel Cleto (rhp), Dec. 12, 2010. — On 15-day disabled list Aug. 4-19, 2011 with a sprained AC joint in his left shoulder.

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MICHAEL SAUNDERS (55)
POSITION: Outfielder AGE: 25 BORN: 11-19-86 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 215 ML SERVICE: 1 year, 138 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Selected by Seattle in the 11th round of the 2004 June draft; signed by Mariners scout Wayne Norton 2011: SAUNDERS’ CAREER HIGHS • Made Opening Day 25-man roster for the first time in his MOST HITS: 3 — 4 times; career…two stints with Seattle, last 4/19/11 vs. DET April 1-June 2 and Sept. 6-end of MOST HOME RUNS: 2 — 6/30/10 at NYY season. MOST RBI: 4 —6/23/10 vs. ChC • Appeared in 58 games, making MOST STOLEN BASES: 47 starts in the outfield (CF – 1 — 16 times; last 9/22/11 at MIN 46 G/42 GS, LF – 12 G/5 GS)… LONGEST HITTING STREAK: started 20 consecutive team 8 — 7/11-27/10 games in center field (April 23CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None May 17). • Recorded an RBI in each of his first 5 games of the season (April 2-10), tying the Mariners record with John Olerud (2001). • Spent majority of season with AAA Tacoma…named Rainiers Gold Glove award for best defensive player after putting together a .978 fielding percentage over 64 games in the outfield. • Placed on minor league temporary inactive list on June 17, reinstated July 3. • Tied career-high with 5 hits July 30 vs. Las Vegas, going 5-for-5 with 2 runs scored, 2 home runs and season-high 4 RBI (also: 6/6/07 vs. Inland Empire). • Reached base safely via hit or walk in 58 of 64 games…walked 50 times, the most since walking 67 times combined between High Desert and West Tenn in 2007. PERSONAL: Michael Edward Brett Saunders (SAHN-ders)…resides in Castle Rock, CO with wife Jessica…graduated from Lambrick Park Secondary School in Victoria, British Columbia in June, 2004…attended Tallahassee Community College in 2004…played for Team Canada in the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics…honored by Baseball Canada during the 2010 Canada Baseball Awards Banquet…played in the 1999 Little League World Series…also played hockey and lacrosse growing up. CAREER: Has spent his entire professional career in the Mariners organization. 2005: Joined Mariners organization as a draft-and-follow…began pro career with Everett… hit .270 (53x196) with 7 home runs and 39 RBI in 56 games…batted .325 (27x83) with 17 RBI in 24 games in August…participated in 2005 Arizona Instructional League. 2006: Spent season with Wisconsin in the Midwest League…led the team with 22 stolen bases, 8 triples and 48 walks…hit .400 (10x25) during 6-game streak, July 21-27… played with Canada in the Olympic Qualifier games…participated in the Mariners Arizona Instructional League. 2007: Split season between High Desert (A) and West Tennessee (AA), finishing T3rd among all Mariners Minor Leaguers in RBI (84), T4th in stolen bases (29) and 7th in average (.298)…had 38 multi-hit games with High Desert, including 6 three-hit games, 1 four-hit game and 1 five-hit game…recorded season-high 14-game hit streak, hitting .400 (24x60) with 17 runs scored, 9 extra-base hits and 20 RBI, May 6-22…recorded 2 multi-home run games, May 22 vs. Lake Elsinore and June 10 at Stockton…recorded 25 RBI in 28 games in May…named Southern League Player of the Week twice, May 7-13 and June 4-10… promoted to West Tennessee on Aug. 9, hitting safely in 10 of 15 games…placed on the DL with a skull contusion, Aug. 27…member of the World Team in the 2007 MLB Futures Game…represented Canada in the 2007 International Baseball Federation (IBAF) World Cup in Taiwan, Nov. 6-18. 2008: Began season with West Tennessee…recorded 8-game hit streak (.424/14x33), April 12-19 and a season-high 9-game hit streak (.390/16x41), May 2-11…promoted to Tacoma (AAA) on June 19…competed for Team Canada in the Beijing Summer Olympics, 96

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SAUNDERS (continued)
July 28-Aug. 25…hit .286 (8x25) with 5 runs, 2 doubles, 2 home runs and 4 RBi in 7 games…returned to Tacoma and placed on the disabled list on Aug. 27 after having surgery on his right shoulder. 2009: Selected from Tacoma (AAA) on July 25…made Major League debut that night vs. Cleveland (0x4 in start in LF)…appeared in 46 games, including making 34 starts in left field…recorded first Major League hit July 26 vs. Cleveland (single off Cliff Lee)…6 of his 27 hits were bunt singles…became 4th Mariner rookie with at least 6 bunt hits in a season (Ichiro-10, 2001; S. Monahan-7, 1998; J. Reed-6, 2005)…recorded first career extra base hit Aug. 5 at KC (3B)…recorded hits in 5 consecutive at-bats, Sept. 17-23…opened the season on the minor league DL recovering from shoulder surgery (right shoulder); reinstated and assigned to the Tacoma roster on April 30…started 64 games for Tacoma (LF-39, CF-24, RF-1)…scored a run in 22 consecutive games (29 runs total), May 6-31… rated by Baseball America as the Mariners No. 2 prospect heading into the 2010 season… also rated as being the best defensive outfielder in the Mariners organization. 2010: Appeared in 100 games including 85 starts (LF – 74, CF – 11)…among AL rookies ranked 3rd in home runs (10), 7th in RBI (33) & walks (35)…recorded first career multi-HR game June 30 at Yankee Stadium (2x4, 2 HR, 3 RBI)…became 12th rookie in club history to have multi-homer game…first Mariners rookie to record a multi-home run game at Yankee Stadium since Ken Griffey Jr. (5/30/89)…led team with 8 outfield assists despite playing in just 89 defensive games…hit first Major League home run on May 9 (Mothers Day) vs. LAA (off Ervin Santana)…recorded career-high 8-game hitting streak July 11-27 batting .400 (10x25)…recalled to Seattle on May 6 (M. Bradley placed on restricted list)… opened the season with AAA Tacoma, hitting .200 (16x80) with 5 RBI in 21 games. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

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SAUNDERS’ PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2005 2006 2007 CLUB Everett Wisconsin High Desert West Tenn. 2008 West Tenn. Tacoma 2009 Tacoma SEATTLE 2010 Tacoma SEATTLE 2011 SEATTLE Tacoma Minor Lg Totals ML Totals AVG .270 .240 .299 .288 .290 .242 .310 .221 .200 .211 .149 .288 .277 .196 G AB R 56 196 24 104 359 48 108 431 91 15 52 8 67 248 46 24 95 12 64 248 58 46 122 13 21 80 6 100 289 29 58 161 16 64 236 51 523 1945 344 204 572 58 H 53 86 129 15 72 23 77 27 16 61 24 68 539 112 TB 93 124 204 23 120 38 135 34 17 106 35 106 860 175 2B 3B HR RBI 13 3 7 39 10 8 4 39 25 4 14 77 1 2 1 7 18 3 8 30 4 1 3 16 15 2 13 32 1 3 0 4 1 0 0 5 11 2 10 33 5 0 2 8 11 3 7 38 98 26 57 283 17 5 12 45 SH 1 2 5 1 6 1 4 1 1 2 5 2 23 8 SF 2 5 3 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 15 2 HB 2 2 8 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 21 0 BB 27 48 60 7 30 9 25 6 11 35 12 50 267 53 SO 74 103 116 20 66 30 48 40 17 84 56 71 545 180 SB 2 22 27 2 11 1 6 4 4 6 6 10 85 16 CS 7 7 10 1 6 2 3 1 0 3 2 3 39 6 SLG .474 .345 .473 .442 .484 .400 .544 .279 .213 .367 .217 .449 .442 .306 OBP .361 .329 .392 .373 .375 .308 .378 .258 .293 .295 .207 .415 .368 .263

SAUNDERS’ CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Seattle in the 11th round of the June 2004 draft…Signed by Mariners scout Wayne Norton.

MARINERS MOST HOME RUNS IN A GAME
BATTER Mike Cameron Jeff Burroughs Gorman Thomas Jim Presley Mickey Brantley Dan Wilson Ken Griffey Jr. Edgar Martinez Ken Griffey Jr. Edgar Martinez Alex Rodriguez Jose Lopez HR 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 DATE May 2, 2002 at Chicago (AL) Aug. 14, 1981 at Minnesota April 11, 1985 vs. Oakland Sept. 1, 1986 vs. Detroit Sept. 14, 1987 vs. Cleveland April 11, 1996 at Detroit May 24, 1996 vs. New York (AL) July 6, 1996 at Texas April 25, 1997 at Toronto May 18, 1999 vs. Minnesota April 16, 2000 at Toronto Sept. 22, 2010 at Toronto 97

KYLE SEAGER (15)
POSITION: Infielder AGE: 24 BORN: 11-3-87 in Charlotte, NC BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 195 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 85 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Mariners 3rd round selection in the 2009 June draft; signed by Mariners scout Rob Mummau 2011: SEAGER’s CAREER HIGHS • Split season between AA Jackson, MOST HITS: 4 — 8/24/11 at CLE AAA Tacoma, and had pair of stints MOST HOME RUNS: 1 — 3 times; with Mariners, July 7-21 and Aug. last 9/25/11 at TEX 2-end of season. MOST RBI: 2 — 8/16/11 vs. TOR • Appeared in 53 games for the MOST STOLEN BASES: 1 — 3 times; Mariners at 3 positions: 3B – 42 G/38 last 9/24/11 at TEX GS, SS – 10 G/8 GS, 2B – 3 G/GS. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: • Tied Mariners record with 3 doubles 9 — 8/19-28/11 Aug. 24 at Cleveland (22nd player, CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None 24th time) while going 4-for-4…only 3rd rookie with 3 doubles in a game (Alvin Davis - 4/18/84 vs. OAK & Rob Johnson - 7/3/09 at BOS)…only rookie in club history to go 4-for-4 or better with at least three extra base hits in a game. • Went 6-for-9 with 2 doubles, home run and 2 runs scored in Aug. 23 doubleheader at Cleveland…tied Mariners DH record with 6 hits. • Tied club record with 3 consecutive 3-hit games Aug. 23 (G#1&2)-24…combined to go 10-for-13 (.769) in 3-game stretch to raise batting average from .224 to .313. • Selected to Major League roster on July 6 from AAA Tacoma (post-game)…made Major League debut July 7 at LAA (started at 3B). • Recorded first ML hit July 10 at LAA (off D. Haren) to snap 0-for-10 to open career. • Hit first ML home run Aug. 19 at Tampa Bay (off W. Davis)…also homered Aug. 23 at Cleveland (G#2) and Sept. 25 at Texas. • Optioned to AAA Tacoma on July 21 (post-game) and brought back to Major Leagues on Aug. 2…hit .136 (3x22) in 7 games in first stint, and .275 (44x160) in 46 games during second stint. • In 24 games with Tacoma, batted .387 (41x106) with 8 doubles, 2 triples, 3 home runs and 17 RBI…joined Tacoma on June 23. • Opened season with AA Jackson, appearing in 66 games…hit .312 (83x266) with 25 doubles, 1 triple, 4 home runs and 37 RBI…named a Southern League All-Star. PERSONAL: Kyle Duerr Seager…resides in Salisbury, NC with wife Julie…graduated from Northwest Cabarrus (NC) High School in 2006…named First-team High School All-AmericaN…Impact Baseball Co-North Carolina Player of the Year…earned all-state and All-Charlotte Observer honors…played 3 season at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2007-09…named to the first-team All-ACC in 2009…earned 2nd-team AllAmerica honors from the NCBWA, 3rd-team All-America status from Collegiate Baseball and 2nd-team ABCA All-Atlantic Region…won the Walter Rabb Award as the Tar Heels most improved position player during his sophomore season…helped lead UNC to three consecutive trips to the College World Series. 2009: Appeared in 41 games with Clinton, but also appeared in games with AZL Mariners (July 17) and High Desert (Sept. 6-7)…hit safely in 28 of 41 games, including 12 multi-hit games with Clinton. 2010: Appeared in 135 games with High Desert…led all minor leaguers in hits (192) and runs scored (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 2002…named to the CL Mid-Season and Post-Season All Star teams… recorded 50 hits in 28 games in the month of July (50x129, 29 R, 8 2B, 2 3B, 5 HR, 23 RBI)…had career-high 32-game hitting streak June 19-July 27 (.428/59x138, 37 R, 12 2B, 2 3B, 5 HR, 26 RBI), the 2nd-longest in MiLB…reached base safely in 40 consecutive games, June 17-Aug. 3. 98

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SEAGER (continued)

SEAGER’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2009 AZL Mariners Clinton High Desert 2010 High Desert 2011 Jackson Tacoma SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals ML Totals AVG .000 .275 .000 *.345 .312 .387 .258 .328 .258 G AB R H 1 3 0 0 41 153 17 42 2 5 1 0 135 *557 *126 *192 66 266 33 83 24 106 24 41 53 182 22 47 269 1090 201 358 53 182 22 47 TB 0 53 0 280 122 62 69 517 69 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 8 0 1 22 0 0 0 0 40 3 14 74 25 1 4 37 8 2 3 17 13 0 3 13 81 6 22 150 13 0 3 13 SH 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 3 2 SF 0 3 0 7 2 0 2 12 2 HB 0 0 0 5 5 0 2 10 2 BB SO 0 1 22 20 0 0 71 94 26 38 11 12 13 36 130 165 13 36 SB 0 4 0 13 8 3 3 28 3 CS 0 2 0 12 5 1 1 20 1 SLG .000 .346 .000 .503 .459 .585 .379 .474 .379 OBP .000 .360 .000 .419 .381 .444 .312 .401 .312

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SEAGER’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Seattle in the 3rd round (82nd overall) of the 2009 June draft…Signed by Mariners scout Rob Mummau.

MARINERS INSIDE-THE-PARK HOME RUNS
Player Location Date Ruppert Jones vs. New York August 6, 1977 off Sparky Lyle Julio Cruz vs. Chicago June 26, 1978 off Ron Schueler vs. Kansas City May 16, 1979 off Steve Busby Ruppert Jones Ruppert Jones vs. Texas May 19, 1979 off Ferguson Jenkins Mario Mendoza vs. Milwaukee June 22, 1979 off Jim Slaton vs. Baltimore August 25, 1980 off Dave Ford Dan Meyer Julio Cruz vs. California August 8, 1982 off Steve Renko Dave Henderson vs. Oakland August 2, 1983 off Bill Krueger at Kansas City Sept. 5, 1983 off Keith Creel Dave Henderson at Kansas City June 6, 1984 off Charlie Liebrandt Steve Henderson Domingo Ramos vs. Chicago June 15, 1987 off Jim Winn vs. Oakland August 12, 1987 off Gene Nelson Mickey Brantley Ken Griffey Jr. vs. New York May 21, 1989 off Clay Parker vs. Oakland August 4, 1989 off Dave Stewart Mike Kingery Ken Griffey Jr. at Kansas City June 20, 1990 off Kevin Appier vs. Baltimore May 11, 1991 off Jose Mesa Henry Cotto Marc Newfield at Chicago June 21, 1995 off Brian Keyser Dan Wilson vs. Detroit Sept. 10, 1997 off Justin Thompson vs. Detroit May 3, 1998 off Frank Castillo (GSHR) Dan Wilson Randy Winn at Anaheim Sept. 22, 2003 off Gary Glover vs. Boston July 23, 2006 off Mike Timlin Adrian Beltre Willie Bloomquist at Houston June 25, 2007 off Wandy Rodriguez 22 total: 1 in Safeco Field, 15 in the Kingdome, 6 on the road *Al Cowens had an apparent inside-the-park homer on June 17, 1983 at Kansas City, but was called out for missing second base.

5-HIT MARINERS
There have been 43 different occasions in club history that a Mariners has logged a 5-hit game…Mike Carp became the latest Mariners to join the 5-hit club Sept. 20, 2011 at Minnesota…Ichiro has recorded seven 5-hit games during in his 10 seasons as a Mariner…the club record is 6 hits by Raul Ibañez on Sept. 22, 2004 at Anaheim.

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GEORGE SHERRILL (52)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher AGE: 34, turns 35 April 19 BORN: 4-19-77 in Memphis, TN BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 225 ML SERVICE: 6 years, 147 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent on December 30, 2011

2012 MARINERS

2011: • Appeared in 51 games for the SHERRILL’s CAREER HIGHS Braves, going 3-1 with 7 holds and a MOST STRIKEOUTS: 3.00 ERA (12 ER, 36.0 IP). 5 — 7/28/11 vs. PIT (with ATL) • Allowed only 4 of 37 inherited LOW HIT GAME: None runners to score (10.8%), tops LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 3 — 3 times; among qualifying NL relievers. last 5/7/07-4/17/08 (with SEA/BAL) • Held opponents to a .248 batting LONGEST LOSING STREAK: average (33x133), including a lower 3 — 2 times; last 6/15-7/10/08 (with BAL) mark vs. right-handed batters (.236) MOST INNINGS PITCHED: vs. left-handed batters (.256). STARTER: None • Struck out career-high 5 batters in RELIEVER: 2.1 — 7/20/04 vs. BOS 2.0 innings July 28 vs. Pittsburgh… 7th career outing of 2.0+ innings. • Faced only 1 batter in 13 of 51 appearances (6 K’s). • Made last appearance of the season Aug. 26 at New York (NL)…placed on the 15-day disabled list Aug. 31 (retro to 8/27)-Sept. 26 with left elbow inflammation. PERSONAL: George Friederich Sherrill (SHAIR-il)…resides in Murray, UT with wife and son…graduated from Austin Peay State University in May 2000…one of 6 players from Austin Peay to appear in the Major Leagues, including teammate Shawn Kelley. CAREER: Appeared in 440 career games, including 195 with Seattle from 2004-07… has held left-handed batters to a .180 batting average in his career (99x550)…spent 5 seasons playing Independent League baseball prior to signing with Seattle in July 2003… originally signed by Mariners scout Charley Kerfeld. 1999: Began pro career with Evansville in the Independent Frontier League. 2000: Made 13 starts with Evansville, allowing only 71 hits in 75.1 innings. 2001: Pitched for Sioux Falls in Independent Northern League, striking out 61 in 41.1 IP. 2002: Pitched for Winnipeg in the Northern League, striking out 61 in 41.1 innings. 2003: Began season with Winnipeg before signing as a minor league free agent with Seattle on July 2…appeared in 16 games with AA San Antonio with a 0.33 ERA (1 ER, 27.1 IP). 2004: Selected from AAA Tacoma on July 15 after going 4-2, 2.32 with 13 saves in 36 games with Tacoma…13 saves tied for 7th in PCL…had just 9 walks and 62 strikeouts in 50.1 innings…made ML debut July 16 vs. Cleveland…earned first ML win Aug. 11 vs. Minnesota with 1.1 scoreless innings. 2005: Started year with Tacoma, but was recalled May 15…recalled for a second time July 31 and spent remainder of season in Seattle…stranded 23 of 26 inherited runners (88%)…did not allow an earned run in 22 of 29 appearances…limited opposing hitters to a .194 batting average against, and left-handed hitters to a .156 mark. 2006: Pitched in 72 games in first full Major League season…tied (with J.J. Putz) for team lead in appearances…only pitcher in the Majors to work 40.0-or-more innings and not allow a home run…among Mariners pitchers, only right-hander Calvin Jones (1991) worked more innings and gave up no homers…just one of four ML pitchers all-time to make 70-or-more appearances and pitch in 40 or fewer innings…inherited a staff-high 59 runners, ranking 5th in the AL; allowed 14 to score (23.7%), ranking 11th…notched first ML save on April 5 vs. LAA…entered the game to face one batter 28 times (21 retired). 2007: Led the Mariners and ranked T7th in the AL with 73 appearances…T3rd in singleseason club history in appearances…in 2006-07, tied for AL lead with 145 appearances (Scot Shields)…became third pitcher in club history to record back-to-back seasons with 70-or-more appearances…joined Norm Charlton (1996-97) and Arthur Rhodes (200001)…145 appearances in consecutive seasons were 2nd-most in club history (Ed Vande 100

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Berg, 146 in 1982-83)…averaged 11.04 strikeouts/9.0 IP, 4th-best among AL relievers… limited opponents to a .179 (28x156) batting average, 3rd-lowest among AL relievers… lefties batted only .156 (14x90)…led the team and ranked 7th in the AL with 22 holds… faced only one batter (9 strikeouts) in 25 of 73 appearances…retired first batter in 51 of 73 appearances (13 H, 7 BB, 1 HBP, 1 ROE)…inherited 71 runners, 2nd-most in AL behind Boone Logan (78)…stranded 55 of 71 runners (78%). 2008: Acquired by Baltimore from Seattle prior to start of spring training as part of 5-player trade for Erik Bedard…ranked 7th in the AL with 31 saves in first season with Baltimore… set career-highs with 53.1 innings pitched & 58 strikeouts…selected to his first career AllStar team and pitched 2.1 scoreless innings (H, 2K) in the AL’s 4-3, 15-inning win…held left-handed hitters to a .190 average (12x63) and a .534 OPS…posted a 1.89 ERA with 12 saves and 19 strikeouts in 20 games against the 2008 playoffs teams…according to the Elias Sports Bureau, became the 6th pitcher in baseball history (first since Joe Nathan in 2005) to earn a save by striking out the final three batters of the game, all with the bases loaded, when he earned the save over Chicago (NL) on June 24…on the disabled list Aug. 16-Sept. 11 with left shoulder inflammation. 2009: Combined to make 72 appearances with Baltimore and Los Angeles (NL)…overall was 1-1 with 21 saves and a 1.70 ERA (13 ER, 69.0 IP) in 72 appearances…acquired by the Dodgers in exchange for minor leaguers Josh Bell and Steve Johnson on July 30… was 21-for-26 in save opportunities with the Orioles before the trade…made Dodger debut July 31 vs. Atlanta…held left-handers to a .128 batting average (10x78), including .121 (4x33) with LA…appeared in 6 postseason games. 2010: Appeared in team-high 65 games with the Dodgers…limited left-handers to a .192 batting average (14x73)…on the 15-day disabled list May 24-June 8 with back tightness… appeared in 4 rehab games with A Inland Empire and AAA Albuquerque. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Went 1-0 with 2 holds and a 8.31 ERA (4 ER, 4.1 IP) in 6 appearances in the 2009 postseason with the Dodgers.

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SHERRILL’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 CLUB W-L Evansville 2-4 Evansville 3-5 Sioux Falls 4-4 Winnipeg 3-5 Winnipeg 1-0 San Antonio 3-0 4-2 2004 Tacoma SEATTLE 2-1 2005 AZL Mariners 0-0 Tacoma 1-3 SEATTLE 4-3 2006 SEATTLE 2-4 2007 SEATTLE 2-0 2008 BALTIMORE 3-5 2009 BALTIMORE 0-1 LOS ANGELES (NL)1-0 2010 Inland Empire # 0-0 Albuquerque # 0-0 LOS ANGELES (NL)2-2 2011 ATLANTA 3-1 Minor Lg Totals 21-23 Mariners Totals 10-8 AL Totals 13-14 NL Totals 6-3 ML Totals 19-17 ERA 3.15 4.66 2.45 3.07 1.13 0.33 2.32 3.80 0.00 2.28 5.21 4.28 2.36 4.73 2.40 0.65 4.50 0.00 6.69 3.00 2.81 3.65 3.67 3.69 3.68 G 22 13 48 38 16 16 36 21 3 22 29 72 73 57 42 30 2 2 65 51 218 195 294 146 440 GS 4 13 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 23 0 0 0 0 CG 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 SHO SV 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 31 0 20 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 25 0 4 0 55 0 1 0 56 IP 40.0 75.1 58.2 41.0 16.0 27.1 50.1 23.2 4.0 23.2 19.0 40.0 45.2 53.1 41.1 27.2 2.0 1.2 36.1 36.0 340.0 128.1 223.0 100.0 323.0 H 40 71 53 35 8 19 42 24 0 19 13 30 28 47 34 19 3 2 46 33 292 95 176 98 274 R 20 45 20 16 2 2 13 12 0 7 12 19 12 28 11 2 1 0 28 12 126 55 94 42 136 ER 14 39 16 14 2 1 13 10 0 6 11 19 12 28 11 2 1 0 27 12 106 52 91 41 132 HR 3 5 3 6 0 1 4 3 0 0 3 0 4 6 3 1 0 0 4 3 22 10 19 8 27 HB 1 4 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 9 3 6 2 8 BB 18 35 14 13 4 12 9 9 0 6 7 27 17 33 13 11 0 0 24 12 111 60 106 47 153 SO 33 61 45 61 30 31 62 16 5 38 24 42 56 58 39 22 2 3 25 38 371 138 235 85 320 WP 2 4 3 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 10 5 6 3 9 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2

RELIEF APPEARANCES Seattle Single-Season
1. 2. 3. 4. Ed Vande Berg, 1982 .................... 78 Ed Vande Berg, 1985 .................... 76 Mark Lowe, 2009 .......................... 75 George Sherrill, 2007................... 73 Mike Jackson, 1996 ...................... 73 David Aardsma, 2009 .................... 73 101

Lowest all-time opponent batting averages by LHP vs. Left-Handed Batters:

LEFTY vs. LEFTY

1. 2. 3. 4.

B.J. Ryan .................. .179 (125x697) George Sherrill.......... .180 (99x550) Billy Wagner ............. .190 (126x664) Damaso Marte .......... .194 (151x778)

Min. 500 OPP AB; data available since 1974

SHERRILL (continued)

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2009 LAD vs. STL W-L 1-0 ERA 3.86 G 3 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 2.1 H 1 R 1 ER 1 HR 0 HB 1 BB 1 SO 0 WP 0 BK 0

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
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YEAR CLUB, OPP 2009 LAD vs. PHI W-L 0-0 ERA 13.50 G 3 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 2.0 H 2 R 3 ER 3 HR 1 HB 2 BB 3 SO 2 WP 1 BK 0

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE 2008 AL, NYY W-L 0-0 ERA 0.00 G 1 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 2.1 H 1 R 0 ER 0 HR 0 HB 0 BB 0 SO 2 WP 0 BK 0

SHERRILL’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by Mariners as a non-drafted free agent, July 2, 2003. — Acquired by Baltimore along with Adam Jones (of), Chris Tillman (rhp), Kam Mickolio (rhp) and Tony Butler (lhp) from Seattle in exchange for Erik Bedard (lhp), Feb. 8, 2008. — On 15-day disabled list Aug. 16-Sept. 11, 2008 with left shoulder inflammation. — Acquired by Los Angeles (NL) from Baltimore in exchange for Josh Bell (inf) and Steve Johnson (rhp), July 20, 2009. — On 15-day disabled list May 24-June 8, 2010 with back tightness…included rehab appearances at A Inland Empire and AAA Albuquerque. — Signed by Atlanta as a free agent, Dec. 10, 2010. — On 15-day disabled list Aug. 27-Sept. 26, 2011 with left elbow inflammation. — Signed by Seattle as a free agent, Dec. 30, 2011.

BATTING FIRST AT HOME?
On Sept. 26, 2007, the Mariners played the Cleveland Indians at Safeco Field and batted first…due 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 game…Toronto 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 Park…until 1950, when it was formally abolished, the home team had the right to choose whether it batted in the top or bottom of the inning…near 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 soft…the 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 play…due to a schedule conflict in Florida, the series was played at Safeco Field, using National League rules (No DH, FLA batted 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 play…the Marlins and Expos played a pair of games at Chicago’s U.S. Cellular Field Sept. 13-14, 2004 due to a hurricane threat…information courtesy of David Smith/retrosheet.org.

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JUSTIN SMOAK (17)
POSITION: First Baseman AGE: 25 BORN: 12-5-86 in Goose Creek, SC BATS: Switch THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 225 ML SERVICE: 1 year, 116 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with Texas along with Blake Beavan (rhp), Josh Lueke (rhp) and Matt Lawson (inf) in exchange for Cliff Lee (lhp) and Mark Lowe (rhp) on July 9, 2010 2011: SMOAK’s CAREER HIGHS • Played in career-high 123 games in first full season in the Major MOST HITS: Leagues…missed games on the 3 — 8 times; last 9/22/11 at MIN disabled list Aug. 13-Sept. 2 (nonMOST HOME RUNS: 1 — 28 times; displaced nose fracture) and the last 9/26/11 vs. OAK bereavement list April 19-25…also MOST RBI: 5 — 4/27/11 at DET sidelined with a groin strain and left MOST STOLEN BASES: thumb injury during the season. 1 — 5/8/10 vs. KC (with TEX) • Led the Mariners with 24 doubles LONGEST HITTING STREAK: and tied for team lead with 39 extra 14 — 9/23/10-4/4/11 base hits (2B – 24, HR – 15)…2nd 11 — 4/11-29/11 (single-season) with career-high 15 HR. CAREER GRAND SLAMS: None • 10 of 15 home runs gave the Mariners a lead, including game-winning 3-run HR in bottom of 8th inning May 31 vs. Baltimore (Mariners trailed 2-0, won 3-2). • Hit team-high .324 (22x68) with 11 RBI in “Close and Late” situations (7th inning or later, ahead by one run, tied, or with the tying run on base, at bat or on deck)…also led team with 21 go-ahead RBI, 11 game-winning RBI and 27 2-out RBI. • Hit .301 (22x73) with 3 home runs and 11 RBI in 22 games in September…is a.317 (59x123) hitter with 6 HR and 20 RBI in 36 career games in September/October. • Season-high 11-game hitting streak April 11-29 (14x39/.359) with 2 doubles, 4 home runs, 16 RBI…also recorded a hit in first 4 games, extending career-high hitting streak to 14 games (.426/20x47), including final 10 games of 2010…10th time a Mariner has carried over a double-digit hitting streak into the following season. • Hit 12 of 15 home runs in first 59 games (April 1-June 12)…hit 3 homers over last 64 games…HR #13 Sept. 8 vs. Kansas City, snapping 48-game homerless streak. • Appeared in 4 games on rehab assignment with AAA Tacoma, Aug. 29-Sept. 1. PERSONAL: Justin Kyle Smoak…resides in Goose Creek, SC with wife Kristin…older brother David played baseball at Presbyterian College…earned 4 varsity baseball letters at Stratford (SC) High School…2004 & 2005 South Carolina AAAA Player of the Year… his school won state championship his senior year in 2005…high school teammates with Baltimore catcher Matt Wieters…named co-Mr. Baseball for state in 2005…played 3 seasons at the University of South Carolina, starting all 194 games at first base… established USC career records for home runs (62), RBI (207), walks (151) and total bases (485)…batted .333 (246x739) over his college career, including .383 (90x235) with 19 doubles, 23 homers, and 72 RBI in 62 games as a junior…played for 2007 USA Baseball National Team…named top prospect in Cape Cod League in summer 2006. CAREER: Selected by Texas in the first round (11th overall) in the June 2008 draft…also selected in the 16th round of 2005 June draft by Oakland, but did not sign and attended South Carolina. 2008: Played his first game of the year on Feb. 23 vs. East Carolina (with University of South Carolina), and finished on Nov. 20 vs. Phoenix Desert Dogs in Arizona Fall League…hit safely in 20 consecutive games spanning his time with Clinton (Low-A) and 2 clubs in the Arizona Fall League…made his professional debut with Clinton on Aug. 18 at Peoria (1x3, 2B, R, RBI)…combined to bat .353 (18x51) with 2 homers, 4 doubles, one triple, and 3 RBI over 16 games with Surprise and Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League. 2009: Combined to bat .290 (112x386) with 12 home runs, 21 doubles, and 57 RBI in 106 games for AZL Rangers, AA Frisco and AAA Oklahoma City…reached base via hit, walk, or hit by pitch in 98-of-106 games, going consecutive games without getting on base just 103

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once all year: July 18-19…began the year with AA Frisco, batting .328 (60x183) with 6 home runs, 10 doubles, and 29 RBI in 50 games…missed nearly a month on the disabled list with a left oblique strain…voted a Texas League All-Star, but did not appear in the game due to injury…left before end of PCL season to play with Team USA in IBAF 2009 World Cup…voted tournament MVP and named all-tournament for the gold-medal Team USA squad…batted .291 with 9 home runs, 22 RBI, and 16 runs scored…9 home runs were a Team USA World Cup record…named the 2009 IBAF Senior Athlete of the Year, an award which covered all countries in all international play over a two-year period in 2008-09…named winner of the 2009 Richard W. “Dick” Case Award recognizing him as the USA Baseball Athlete of the Year. 2010: Appeared in 100 games with Seattle (30 G) and Texas (70 G)…hit .239 (27x113) with 11 runs, 4 doubles, 5 home runs and 14 RBI with the Mariners…split minor league season between AAA Tacoma (35 G) and AAA Oklahoma City (15 G), batting .279 (51x183) with 13 doubles, 9 home runs and 30 RBI in 50 games…among AL rookies, ranked 2nd in home runs (13), 2nd in RBI (48), 3rd in walks (46) and 3rd in extra base hits (27)…ended season with 10-game hitting streak, Sept. 23-Oct. 3 (.441/15x34, 7 R, 3 2B, 3 HR, 9 RBI)…hit .340 (17x50) with 3 2B, 3 HR and 9 RBI in 14 games following recall from AAA (9/18)…homered in 3 consecutive games Sept. 27-28-29 at Texas; at time became the 4th Mariners rookie (5th time) to homer in 3 straight games…fell triple short of the cycle going 3-for-4 with 2 R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI July 17 at LAA…optioned to AAA Tacoma on July 31…part of PCL champion Rainiers…hit .271 (36x133) with 23 runs, 7 doubles, 7 home runs and 25 RBI in 35 regular season games with the Rainiers…also hit .423 (11x26) with 1 homer, 6 RBI and 11 walks (.595 OBP) in 8 playoff games…hit first Major League home run April 29 vs. Chicago (AL) (off Gavin Floyd)…made Major League debut April 23 vs. Detroit…recorded first hit April 26 vs. Detroit…selected from Oklahoma City (AAA) April 23; hit .300 (15x50) with 2 HR, 5 RBI in 15 games with the RedHawks. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

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SMOAK’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2008 Clinton 2009 Frisco AZL Rangers Oklahoma City 2010 Oklahoma City TEXAS SEATTLE Tacoma 2011 SEATTLE Tacoma # Minor Lg Totals Mariners Totals ML Totals AVG .304 .328 .667 .244 .300 .209 .239 .271 .234 .000 .283 .235 .227 G 14 50 2 54 15 70 30 35 123 4 174 153 223 AB R 56 9 183 30 6 3 197 25 50 10 235 29 113 11 133 23 427 38 11 1 636 101 540 49 775 78 H 17 60 4 48 15 49 27 36 100 0 180 127 176 TB 29 88 12 71 27 83 46 64 169 0 291 215 298 2B 3B HR RBI 3 0 3 6 10 0 6 29 0 1 2 5 11 0 4 23 6 0 2 5 10 0 8 34 4 0 5 14 7 0 7 25 24 0 15 55 0 0 0 0 37 1 24 93 28 0 20 69 38 0 28 103 SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SF 1 2 0 2 0 2 1 2 4 0 7 5 7 HB 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 1 3 1 8 3 3 BB 5 39 1 35 16 38 8 23 55 3 122 63 101 SO 10 35 1 45 8 57 34 32 105 1 132 139 196 SB 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SLG .518 .481 2.000 .360 .540 .353 .407 .481 .396 .000 .458 .398 .385 OBP .355 .449 .714 .363 .470 .316 .287 .377 .323 .267 .401 .316 .316

— Selected in the first round (11th overall) in the 2008 June draft…signed by Texas scout Jim Cuthbert. — Acquired from Texas along with Blake Beavan (rhp), Matt Lawson (inf), Josh Lueke (rhp) in exchange for Cliff Lee (lhp), Mark Lowe (rhp) and cash considerations, July 9, 2010. — On MLB Bereavement List, April 19-25, 2011. — On 15-day disabled list Aug. 13-Sept. 2, 2011 with a non-displaced nose fracture…included rehab assignment at AAA Tacoma.

SMOAK’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS

HOME RUNS FROM BOTH SIDES OF PLATE
The Mariners have had three switch-hitters homer from both sides of the plate during a game… David Segui was the last to accomplish this April 1, 1998 vs. Cleveland.

Player Larry Milbourne Donnie Scott David Segui

Date 7/15/78 vs. CLE 4/29/85 vs. MIL 4/1/98 vs. CLE

HR #1 LH vs. Mike Paxton LH vs. Rollie Fingers LH vs. Jaret Wright 104

HR #2 RH vs. Don Hood RH vs. Ray Searage RH vs. Paul Assenmacher

ICHIRO SUZUKI (51)
POSITION: Outfielder AGE: 38 BORN: 10-22-73 in Kasugai, Aichi prefecture, Japan BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 172 ML SERVICE: 11 years, 0 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent Nov. 18, 2000; signed 5-year extension on July 13, 2007

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ICHIRO’s CAREER HIGHS 2011: • Ranked amongst AL leaders in MOST HITS: 5 — 7 times; several offensive categories: Games last 6/29/08 at SD (161, T1st), At-bats (677, 1st), Stolen MOST HOME RUNS: 2 — 5 times; Bases (40, 3rd), Singles (154, 3rd), last 8/21/10 at NYY Plate Appearances (721, 4th), MultiMOST RBIs: hit Games (59, T5th), Intentional 5 — 2 times; last 8/17/04 at KC Walks (13, T6th) and Hits (184, 9th). MOST STOLEN BASES: • Had string of 10 consecutive 200-hit 4 — 2 times; last 8/4/10 vs. TEX seasons snapped…tied with Pete LONGEST HITTING STREAK: Rose for most 200-hit seasons in a 27 — 5/6-6/3/09 career…led Majors in hits in each of CAREER GRAND SLAMS: 5 previous seasons. 4 — 7/18/03 at KC, 8/15/03 vs. BOS, 8/25/05 • Recorded career-lows in hits (184 at TEX & 4/15/09 vs. LAA – previous low was 206 in ‘05) and batting average (.272 – previous low was .303 in ‘05)…had string of 10 consecutive seasons batting .300 and named an All-Star snapped. • Set Mariners all-time hits record on the 10th anniversary of his Major League debut April 2 at Oakland (debuted 4/2/01)…passed Edgar Martinez with career hit 2,248 on a 9thinning infield single…joins Todd Helton (COL-2,363), Derek Jeter (NYY-3,088) and Michael Young (TEX-2,061) as active players who are their current team’s all-time hits leader. • Hit 4 leadoff home runs, T5th-most in the Majors (6/28 vs. ATL, 8/13 vs. BOS, 8/22 at CLE, 9/8 vs. KC)…36 career leadoff ranks 6th all-time. • Recorded 10 leadoff extra base hits (2B – 5, HR – 4, 3B – 1)…has 129 leadoff XBH in his career (2B – 78, HR – 36, 3B – 15), most among active players and 4th-most dating back to 1974: 1. R. Henderson – 215, 2. C. Biggio – 168, 3. P. Molitor – 130. Career Hit Total • Notched 59 multi-hit games, T5th in the Ichiro has combined for 3,706 hits in his AL…11th season (consecutive) with at Japanese (1,278) and MLB (2,428) career least 50 multi-hit games, ranking 5th-best in 11 seasons with Seattle…his career hit over the last 70 years: 1. P. Rose – 15, 2. total ranks 4th all-time if you add the totals: S. Musial – 14, 3. T. Gwynn – 13, 3. D. Pete Rose ................................ 4,256 Jeter – 13, 5. Ichiro – 11…11 consecutive 1. Ty Cobb.................................... 4,191 50+ multi-hit games ranks 3rd-best 2. Hank Aaron .............................. 3,771 during the same time frame: 1. S. Musial 3. Ichiro ....................................... 3,706 – 14 (1943-57, DNP in ‘45), 2. T. Gwynn – 4. 5. Stan Musial .............................. 3,630 12 (1984-95), 3. Ichiro – 11 (2001-11) • Ranked 3rd in AL with 40 stolen bases (in Career 200-Hit Seasons 47 att.)…5th season with 40+ steals and 11th straight with 25+…only the second 1. Ichiro............................................... 10 player in club history to record back-toPete Rose ........................................ 10 back season with 40+ steals (also: Julio 3. Ty Cobb ............................................. 9 Cruz, 1979-82)…since 2001, is one of 4 players to record at least 5 seasons with Most Hits Since 2001 40+ SB: 1. J. Pierre (9), 2. C. Crawford (7), 1. Ichiro Suzuki .................. 2,428 (.326) T3. Ichiro (5) and C. Figgins (5). 2. Derek Jeter .......................2,080 (.309) • Did not play June 10 at Detroit, snapping 3. Albert Pujols .....................2,073 (.328) string of 255 consecutive games played 4. Michael Young ..................2,061 (.304) dating back to Sept. 1, 2009 (3rd-longest 5. Juan Pierre .......................1,958 (.296) streak in club history).
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• Recorded three double-digit hitting Mariners All-Time Hits streaks (13 G – Aug. 17-30, 11 G – June 11-23, 10 G – Aug. 3-14)…has 40 single- 1. Ichiro....................................... 2,428 season hitting streaks of at least 10 2. Edgar Martinez ........................ 2,247 games in his career…dating back to 1918, 3. Ken Griffey Jr. .......................... 1,843 records show that Ichiro has the 5th- 4. Jay Buhner .............................. 1,255 most (tied) double-digit hitting streaks: 5. Alvin Davis ............................... 1,163 1. Ty Cobb (65), 2. Hank Aaron (44), 3. Al Mariners All-Time Games Simmons (42), 4. Stan Musial (41), 5. Ichiro (40), Derek Jeter (40) and Pete Rose (40). 1. Edgar Martinez ........................ 2,055 • Tied for team lead with 7 OF assists (T14th 2. Ichiro....................................... 1,749 in AL)…recorded 97 career OF assists, 3. Ken Griffey Jr. .......................... 1,685 tied for ML lead since his debut in 2001 4. Jay Buhner .............................. 1,440 (also: Carlos Beltran & Jeff Francoeur). 5. Dan Wilson .............................. 1,251 • Made 10th career Opening Day start (RF), T3rd-most in club history (Edgar - 15, Griffey Jr. - 13, Dan Wilson - 10). • Recorded MLB hit #2,400 Sept. 1 vs. LAA…has 2,428 MLB hits, 8th-most among active players and T109th all-time…3,706 all-time hits counting career in Japan. • Made 10 starts at designated hitter (151 in RF)…hit .341 (14x41) as a DH in 2011, and is a career .361 hitter (56x155) in 36 starts at DH. • Recorded pair of stolen bases June 15 vs. LAA, #400 & #401 in MLB, #600 in pro career (199 SB in Japan). • Recorded season-high 4 hits (3x, last: 9/9 vs. KC)…has 46 career 4+ hit games in his career…since his debut in 2001, leads all players in 4+ hit games (Albert Pujols is 2nd w/37)…1st among all active players with 46 4+ hit games (Ivan Rodriguez is 2nd with 44). • Combined for 3,706 hits in his professional career (MLB – 2,428; Japan – 1,278)…only Pete Rose (4,256), Ty Cobb (4,191) and Hank Aaron (3,771) have more career hits. PERSONAL: Ichiro (ee-chee-row) Suzuki (soo-zoo-kee)…resides in Kobe, Japan with wife Yumiko…graduated from Aikoudai Meiden High School in March 1992…was first Japanese position player to sign with a ML club…was third Japanese player to sign with Mariners: RHP Kazuhiro Sasaki (signed Dec. 18, 1999) and RHP Mac Suzuki (signed Sept. 5, 1993)…helped lead Japan to back-to-back titles in the World Baseball Classic in 2006 and 2009. CAREER: A career .326 (2428x7456) hitter in 1,749 Major League games…has missed only 33 games in 11 seasons with Seattle (1,749 of 1,782); started 1,733 of those games (97%)…since 2001, has recorded the most hits (2,428) and multi-hit games (750)…owns 3 of the top 20 single-season hitting performances in MLB history and 8 of the top 10 in Mariners history…is the Mariners all-time leader in career batting average (.326), hits (2,428), triples (74), at-bats (7,456) and stolen bases (423)…has recorded 40 singleseason hitting streaks of at least 10 games.

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Ichiro has appeared in 1,749 games with the Mariners, and made 1,733 starts…here is a breakdown of starts by batting order and position during his Mariners career: Starts by Batting Order:
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total 1st 152 150 156 150 161 160 161 161 146 162 161 1720 3rd -3 -10 -------13 Total 152 153 156 160 161 160 161 161 146 162 161 1733

ICHIRO IN THE FIELD & IN THE BATTING ORDER
Starts by Position:
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total CF -3 ---38 155 69 ---265 RF 148 146 156 158 158 120 -90 145 160 151 1432

DH 4 4 -2 3 2 6 2 1 2 10 36

Total 152 153 156 160 161 160 161 161 146 162 161 1733

Last Start Batting 3rd — 6/23/04 at TEX

Career DH — .361 (56x155), 3 2B, 2 3B, 3 HR, 13 RBI

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JAPAN: Played 9 years with the Orix Blue Wave in Japan’s Pacific League… 1. Rickey Henderson...................... 81 led the Pacific League in batting average 2. Alfonso Soriano ......................... 54 for a Japanese-record seven consecutive 3. Craig Biggio ............................... 53 seasons…was a 3-time league MVP and 4. Brady Anderson ......................... 44 was named to the Pacific League’s “Best Jimmy Rollins (2) ........................ 37 5. Nine” for seven consecutive years…won 6. Ichiro (4) .................................... 36 seven consecutive Gold Gloves for his solid 7. Bobby Bonds ............................. 35 defense and strong arm in right field. 8. Devon White .............................. 34 1991: Selected by Orix in the 4th round of the Ray Durham ............................... 34 Japanese Draft, in November. 10. Paul Molitor ................................ 33 1992: Hit .366 in 58 minor league games (leadoff HR in 2011) before he was called up to the Orix where he batted .253 in 40 games. Mariners Leadoff HR, Career 1993: Split time between the two clubs, hitting .371 with eight home runs in 48 games 1. Ichiro ......................................... 36 in the minors…batted .188 with a home run 2. Joey Cora..................................... 5 in 64 at-bats with the Blue Wave…hit first 3. Ricky Henderson ......................... 3 pro home run June 12 off Kintetsu’s Hideo 4. Julio Cruz ..................................... 2 Nomo. Jack Perconte .............................. 2 1994: Named Pacific League MVP and won Henry Cotto ................................. 2 his first league batting title…hit .385 with Darren Bragg................................ 2 13 home runs and 54 RBI…set Japanese baseball record with 210 hits in just 130 Mariners Leadoff HR, Season games…led the league with a .445 on-base 1. Ichiro 2002 5 percentage…reached base safely in 69 Ichiro 2005 5 consecutive games from May 21-Aug. 26. 3. Ichiro 2011 4 1995: Led Pacific League with a careerIchiro 2006 4 high 49 stolen bases…named League MVP Ichiro 2007 4 for the second consecutive year…also led 6. Ichiro 2003 3 the league in RBI (80) in addition to batting Ichiro 2004 3 (.342)…set a career-high with 25 home runs. Ichiro 2009 3 1996: Was named league MVP for third Rickey Henderson 2000 3 consecutive year…his .356 average and .422 Joey Cora 1997 3 on-base percentage led the league for the third straight season. 1997: Led the league in average (.345) for the fourth straight season…went a Japaneserecord 216 straight plate appearances without striking out from April 16-June 25…also earned fourth consecutive All-Star appearance and Gold Glove Award. 1998: Batted .358 to lead the league for the 5th time in his Japanese career…won his fifth Gold Glove Award and named to his fifth All-Star Team. 1999: Season was cut short after breaking the ulna bone in his right hand when he was hit by a pitch in late August…led the league in average (.343) for sixth straight season…his .412 on base percentage was tops in the league for the fourth time…named to his sixth All-Star team and won his sixth Gold Glove Award…collected his 1,000th hit on April 20 against Nippon in the Tokyo Dome…hit his 100th home run on July 6 against Seibu. 2000: Notched his Japanese-record seventh consecutive batting title, hitting a careerbest .387 with the Orix Blue Wave… his season was cut short when he THE 200 CLUB strained a right rib cage muscle on Ichiro recorded 200-or-more hits in 10 August 28…came back to play the consecutive seasons, 2001-2010…he is field in the final game of the season… the only player in modern baseball history led the league in on-base percentage (since 1901) to string together as many as 9 for the fifth time in his career with a consecutive 200-hit seasons (has 10)…Willie .460 mark…named to the Pacific Keeler recorded 8 straight from 1894-1901… League “Best Nine” end-of-season only Pete Rose (10) has as many 200-hit All-Star Team for the seventh seasons in a career. consecutive year…won his seventh consecutive Gold Glove Award.

ALL-TIME LEADOFF HR

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2001: Became the first Japanese-born position player to play in the Majors and was voted AL MVP and Rookie of the Year by the BBWAA, becoming just the second player ever to win both awards in the same season (Fred Lynn, 1975)…led the Majors in batting average and stolen bases, the first player to do so since Jackie Robinson (1949)…became just second rookie ever to lead either league in batting, joining Tony Oliva (1964)…set ML rookie record for singles…set AL rookie mark for hits and at bats…set club record with 242 hits, becoming just the third rookie since 1964 to collect 200 hits (Nomar Garciaparra, 1997; Kevin Seitzer, 1987)…his 242 hits were the most in the Majors since 1930…also set club records for most games hit safely (135, tying the ML mark), multi-hit games and infield singles…56 stolen bases led the AL and were 3rd-most in club history…named AL Rookie of the Month for April, May, August and September…23-game hit streak April 22May 18 tied for longest in the Majors (Moises Alou)…made ML debut April 2, starting in right field and going 2x5…was home run short of the cycle in consecutive games, May 12 & 13 in Toronto…had 23-game hit streak April 22-May 18 (44x114/.386)…reached safely in 38 consecutive games before 0x4 June 4 (SF, RBI)…had two hits in the 1st inning June 29…hit 1st lead-off home run July 6 at LA (K. Brown)…batted .347 with a club-record 134 hits in the first half…voted to start All-Star Game; led Majors w/3,373,035 votes; just 6th rookie ever voted to start an All-Star Game (1st since Sandy Alomar in 1990) and first rookie outfielder to start an All-Star Game since Tony Oliva in 1964…started in center field and was 1-for-3 including an infield single off Randy Johnson in the first inning…became the first Major League player with three hit streaks of 15 or more games in a season since 1980 (Cecil Cooper) and the first Major Leaguer with two hit streaks of 20+ games since 1996 (Juan Gonzalez)…collected 200th hit Aug. 28 in team game #132; matching Darin Erstad (2000) as fastest in the Majors to 200 hits since Joe Medwick in 1935 (131 games) and the fastest in the AL since Al Simmons in 1925 (125 games). 2002: Finished among AL leaders in hits (2nd), at bats (3rd), multi-hit games (3rd), triples (T3rd), batting average (4th), stolen bases (T4th), runs (9th) and on-base percentage (10th)…recorded club-record 27 intentional walks…became first Mariner ever with two 200+ hit seasons, and just the 6th player in ML history with 200+ hits in first two ML seasons…set record for most hits in first two ML season with 450…established club record with 5 leadoff home runs…batted third for first time in the Majors June 2-4 (8x14), including 4x5 June 2 at Baltimore…led Majors in All-Star ballotting (2,516,016 votes) for second straight season; was starting right-fielder in All-Star Game (0x2)…homered twice July 13 at Tampa Bay, his first career multi-home run game, including 3rd leadoff home run…started in center field in three straight games, Aug. 17-19 (4x11), his first games in center in regular-season ML game…hit 4th leadoff home run Sept. 9 at Texas…basesloaded walk in 11th inning to end game in 6-5 win Sept. 16 vs. Texas…led Majors with 54 infield hits, including nine bunt hits. 2003: Led Majors with 66 multi-hit games; also ranked among AL leaders in hits (2nd), batting average (7th), runs (T7th), triples (T8th) and stolen bases (5th)…had 12 outfield assists, fourth-most in the AL…hit two home runs June 17 vs. Anaheim, going 4x4 with four runs scored…recorded seven-consecutive multi-hit games July 1-8, going 14x31/.452…led Majors in All-Star balloting for 3rd consecutive season with 2,130,708 votes…hit first career grand slam July 18 at Kansas City. 2004: Established all-time ML singleseason hit record with 262 hits, passing THE HIT KING George Sisler’s mark of 257 hits (1920)… Ichiro became the first player to lead the also established the all-time ML mark for Majors in hits in 5 consecutive seasons most hits over any four-year span, with (2006-10), and has led the Majors in hits 924…previous mark was 918 by Bill Terry in 7 of his 11 seasons with the Mariners… (1929-1932)…his 262 hits were 46 more ties Pete Rose and Ty Cobb for most years than AL runner-up (Michael Young, TEX leading the Majors in hits in a career (see – 216), the largest hit differential ever in list below)…has led the AL in hits in 7 of 11 one league by a first- and second-place seasons (record is 8 by Ty Cobb): finisher…previous mark was 44, by Stan Musial (228) over Dixie Walker (184) in 1. Ichiro.............................................. 7 the NL in 1946…led the Majors, and Ty Cobb .......................................... 7 established a club record with .372 batting Pete Rose ....................................... 7 average…5th Mariner to win a batting title, 108

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and second Mariner to win two batting SINGLE-SEASON HITS titles (Edgar Martinez, 1992, 1995)…set 1. Ichiro Suzuki, 2004 (SEA)....... 262 club record with 80 multi-hit games, the 2. George Sisler, 1920 (STL) ........ 257 most in the Majors during the Division Play 3. Bill Terry, 1930 (NYG) ............... 254 era (1969)…set ML record for most singles Lefty O’Doul, 1929 (PHI) .......... 254 with 225…led Majors with 57 infield hits… Al Simmons, 1925 (PHI) ........... 253 5. had a career-high 5 hits four times (July 6. Chuck Klein, 1930 (PHI) ........... 250 29 at ANA; Aug. 3 at BAL #1; Sept. 4 at Rogers Hornsby, 1922 (STL) .... 250 CWS; Sept. 21 at ANA), becoming just 8. Ty Cobb, 1911 (DET) ................ 248 5th player ever with four 5+-hit games in 9. George Sisler, 1922 (STL) ........ 246 a season…joins Tony Gwynn, 1993; Stan 10. Ichiro Suzuki, 2001 (SEA)....... 242 Musial, 1948; Ty Cobb, 1922; Willie Keeler, 11. Babe Herman, 1930 (BRO) ...... 241 1897…had 50 hits in a month three times Heinie Manush, 1928 (STL) ...... 241 (50 in May, 51 in July, 56 in August)…he 13. Darin Erstad, 2000 (ANA) ......... 240 is the first player with consecutive 50-hit Wade Boggs, 1985 (BOS) ........ 240 months since Joe Medwick in 1936 (50 in 15. Rod Carew, 1977 (MIN) ............ 239 July, 52 in August)…the 56 hits in August 16. Ichiro Suzuki, 2007 (SEA)....... 238 were a club record for hits in a month and Don Mattingly, 1986 (NYY) ....... 238 the most hits in a month by a player since Jeff Heath had 58 hits in August, 1938… became first player with four 50-hit months (also 51 hits in Aug. 2001) in a career since Pete Rose (Aug. 1966; Aug. 1968; July 1973; Sept. 1979)…recorded 36 stolen bases, 2nd in the AL, becoming first Mariner ever with four straight seasons with 30+ stolen bases… reached base safely in 40 consecutive games, April 29-June 13…collected 2,000th hit of pro career (US & Japan) with single in 5th inning May 21 vs. Detroit…matched club record for right fielders with two outfield assists June 12 vs. Montreal…led ML with 704 at bats, just the 3rd player ever with 700 at bats in a season, joining Willie Wilson (705 in 1980) & Juan Samuel (701 in 1984)…led AL (2nd in Majors) with .372 batting average with runners in scoring position (45x121)…left game on Aug. 18 with mild concussion after being hit by a pitch…recorded 200th hit of the season, a home run, on Aug. 26 vs. Kansas City, becoming the fastest player, by date, to reach 200 hits in the Division Play era…200th hit came in team-game #126, the fastest to 200 hits in team games since 1930: Bill Terry (#119) and Chuck Klein (#125)…had 8 hits in 8 at-bats over two games Sept. 21-22…recorded hit #257 & #258 Oct. 1 vs. Texas, both off Ryan Drese, tying and passing George Sisler…final hit, #262, came Oct. 3 vs. Texas, a single to center in the 8th inning off Brian Shouse. 2005: Among the AL leaders in at-bats (679/1st), hits (206/2nd), triples (12/2nd), intentional walks (23/2nd), multi-hit games (60/3rd), batting average vs. LHP (.352/3rd), steals (33/5th), runs (111/T8th) and outfield assists (10/T4th)…one of six AL players (including Raul Ibanez) to play in all 162 games…set new club record with 12 triples (prev: H. Reynolds, 11 in 1988)…collected career hit #1000 on June 14 vs. PHI (single in 1st, off Jon Lieber) to become the third player since 1900 with 1,000 hits in less than 700 games (696); also the third player to collect 1,000 hits in first 5 seasons…plated 500th run June 25 at San Diego in his 707th game…was 1-for-2 with 2 RBI in All-Star Game in Detroit; played center and right field…third career 2-HR game July 30 vs. CLE (first since 6/17/03 vs. ANA)…ended longest slump of career (0x22) Aug. 6 at CWS…hit third career grand slam homer in the 9th inning on Aug. 25 at TEX…hit six home runs in Aug., a career-high monthly total (prev: 4, 8/04 & 5/03)…became third player in ’05 to get three IBB’s in game Sept. 27 (also: Guerrero, Delgado); three intentional walks matched club record. 2006: Recorded his 6th consecutive 200-hit season, named to his 6th consecutive AllStar Game and scored 100 runs for the 6th straight year…led Majors (3rd time) with 224 hits…among the AL leaders in at-bats (695/1st), hits 2007 ALL-STAR MVP (224/1st), multi-hit games Ichiro was named the MVP of the 2007 All-Star Game (71/1st), triples (9/T3rd), in San Francisco…he became the second Mariner to steals (45/3rd), hitting streak earn the award, joining Ken Griffey Jr., who won the (20/3rd), intentional walks award in 1992…Ichiro has been selected to play in the (16/T4th), batting average All-Star game each year since his debut in 2001. (.322/6th), batting average 109

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vs. LHP (.352/3rd), batting average MOST HITS… at night (.333/4th), batting average at home (.339/7th), runs (110/6th), games First 11 Seasons of Career (161/5th), hardest to strikeout (10.6 PA per 1. Ichiro, 2001-2011 .................... 2,428 K/9th), outfield assists (10/T4th) and was 2. Paul Waner, 1926-1936 ............ 2,254 the toughest player in the AL to double- 3. Al Simmons, 1924-1934 .......... 2,188 up (347.5 AB per GIDP)…finished with 39 4. Pete Rose, 1963-1973 ............. 2,152 consecutive stolen bases without a CS, a 5. Kirby Puckett, 1984-1994 ........ 2,135 club record; new single-season AL record 5. Wade Boggs, 1982-1991 ......... 1,965 & longest active streak in Majors…stole 45 bases in 47 attempts (95.7%)…batted .394 11 Consecutive Seasons (95x241) from April 12-June 10 after a 6x34 1. Ichiro, 2001-2011 .................... 2,428 start (.176)…had 18-game hitting streak 2. Paul Waner, 1927-1937 ............ 2,293 (32x77/.416) May 5-24…season-high 20- 3. Willie Keeler, 1894-1904 .......... 2,279 game hitting streak May 30-June 21…was 4. Pete Rose, 1968-1978 ............. 2,265 0-for-3 as starting right fielder in All-Star 5. Pete Rose, 1969-1979 ............. 2,263 Game in Pittsburgh…did not start Aug. 18 for the first time since June 26, 2005 at Looking Ahead…Ichiro is on pace to set San Diego…pinch-hit in the eighth…had records for most hits in the first 12 (2,473 made 209 consecutive starts…played by Paul Waner, 1926-37) and 13 (2,648 by center field for first time since 2002 on Waner, 1926-38) seasons of a career. Aug. 19; started every game he played after that in CF…collected career triple #49 Sept. 27 in the third inning, a club record (prev: 48, Harold Reynolds)…collected hit #200 in 3rd inning Sept. 16 at KC…DNP Sept. 26 for first time since July 10, 2004, ending consecutive games played streak at club-record 396 games. 2007: Finished 2nd in the AL batting race at .351 (238x678) behind Magglio Ordoñez (.363)… became the only active player to record three full seasons hitting .350-or-higher (.350 in 2001, .372 in 2004)…named MVP of All-Star game in San Francisco…went 3-for-3 with the first inside-the-park home run in ASG history…2nd Mariner to win ASG MVP honors (Ken Griffey Jr. - 1992)…first Mariner to homer in an ASG since Alex Rodriguez in 1998 (at Colorado)…4th leadoff hitter in ASG history to be named MVP (Bo Jackson - 1989, Joe Morgan - 1972, Willie Mays - 1968)…also among AL leaders in infield hits (53/1st), stolen bases (37/T4th), runs (111/8th), on-base percentage (.396/9th), hitting streak (25/2nd), intentional walks (13/T3rd), batting average at home (.365/T4th), batting average on the road (.337/5th), RISP batting average (.397/2nd), batting average during the day (.341/ T5th), batting average at night (.355/3rd), batting average vs. RHP (.358/1st), games played (161/T3rd) and toughest to double-up (96.9 AB per GIDP/6th)…238 hits ranked T16th in ML history…became the first player in the modern era (since 1900) to record three seasons of 230-or-more hits…joins Freddy Lindstrom (1928, 1930) and Rogers Hornsby (1921-22) as only players with at least two seasons of 230+ hits…played 1,000th career MLB game May 24 at Tampa Bay…1,414 hits in first 1,000 MLB games ranked 2nd all-time since 1900 (Al Simmons, 1,443)…recorded career-high and club record 25-game hitting streak May 7-June 1 (.411/46x112)…broke old record of 24 games by Joey Cora set in 1997…set AL record with 41st consecutive stolen base on May 3 at Boston…streak ended at 45 consecutive steals (5/17), falling short of ML record of 50 set by Tim Raines… hit 4 leadoff HR (4/15 vs. TEX, 4/17 vs. MIN, 5/25 at KC, 7/6 vs. BAL)…hit in 7 consecutive plate appearances May 13-16…set club record for highest FLD% as CF (.998)…made one error (9/12 vs. OAK) in 433 total chances…signed 5-year contract extension (thru 2012) on July 13. 2008: Tied for the Major League lead with Dustin Pedroia with 213 hits…became the first player to lead the Majors in hits (either outright or tied) in each of three consecutive seasons…tied Lou Gehrig’s modern ML record by recording at least 200 hits and 100 runs in 8 seasons in a career…Ichiro and Willie Keeler (1894-1901) are the only players to achieve this in consecutive seasons…made 8th consecutive trip to the All-Star game, starting in right field and batting leadoff…ted for the AL lead in hits (213), and ranked 7th in batting average (.310), 3rd in multi-hit games (58) and 7th in runs (103)…appeared in all 162 games, making 161 starts (CF-69, RF-90, DH-2)…hit HR#4 July 19 vs. Cleveland, snapping a string of 40 consecutive singles and 136 plate appearances without an extra 110

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base hit…ranked 3rd in the AL with 43 .300 AVG / 25 SB stolen bases (34 prior to All-Star break, Ichiro has recorded 10 seasons with a 9 post-ASG)…recorded his 300th career batting average of at least .300 with 25 or stolen base June 11 at Toronto…career more stolen bases…here are the players SB#291 on May 18 vs. San Diego, with the bulk of seasons during the breaking Julio Cruz’s franchise record… modern era to record 10 or more .300 / 25 recorded 18 SB in May, most in any SB seasons: month of his career…recorded Major League hit #1,800 Sept. 25 vs. LAA… All-Time .300 / 25 SB Seasons: reached the milestone in 1,277 career 1. Ty Cobb ....................................... 13 games, fastest by any player since Al 2. Honus Wagner ............................. 12 Simmons reached the milestone in 1,242 3. Eddie Collins ............................... 11 games…also recorded career hit #1,600 4. Ichiro............................................ 10 (4/8 at BAL) and #1,700 (7/3 vs. DET)… Tris Speaker ................................. 10 reached 3,000 hits for his career (Japan + Mariners) July 29 at Texas…went Consecutive .300 / 25 SB Seasons: 5-for-5 on June 29 at San Diego, tying 1. Ty Cobb ........................ 13 (1907-19) a single-game career-high in hits…7th 2. Honus Wagner ......... 11 (1899-1909) career 5-hit game, T3rd-most by any 3. Ichiro........................10 (2001-2010) player since 1956. Tris Speaker ................. 10 (1909-18) 2009: Recorded his record-breaking 9th consecutive 200-hit season…named to his 9th consecutive All-Star Game (8th as a starter) and won 9th straight Gold Glove…added 3rd career Silver Slugger Award… earned Fielding Bible Award as top fielding right fielder in baseball…set ML record with 5th season of at least 220 hits…Hall of Famers Rogers Hornsby and Jesse Burkett each had 4 seasons of 220+ hits…named to the Sporting News American League All-Star team…led the AL in hits (225), multi-hit games (73), infield hits (59), intentional walks (15) and day batting average (.400)…also ranked 2nd in batting average (.352) and had the longest hitting streak in the AL (27 games)…hit 11 home runs, 2nd-most of his career (15 in ‘05)…31 doubles were 3 shy of career-high (34 in ‘01) and 46 extra base hits were 4th-most in his career…recorded hit #200 in G#2 Set. 13 at Texas with infield single… first player in MLB history to record 9 consecutive 200-hit seasons…tied the AL record for 200-hit seasons in a career with Ty Cobb…tallied career hit #2,000 with leadoff double Sept. 6 at Oakland…reached the milestone in 1,402 career games, 2nd-fastest in history (Al Simmons, 1,390 games)…named to 9th consecutive All-Star game, the longest active streak in the Majors and one shy of Ken Griffey Jr. as the franchise leader in consecutive All-Star selections (1990-99)…8th time to start Midsummer classic in leadoff position, tying the all-time record by Willie Mays and Rod Carew…club-record 27-game hitting streak, May 6-June 3 (.398/47x118)…broke his own record of 25 games set in 2007… was his 7th career 20-game streak, tied with George Sisler for 4th-most 20+ game hitting streaks all-time, just one streak shy of all-time mark of 8 (Keeler, Cobb, Rose)…recorded 22-game home hitting streak, June 6-Aug. 7 (.474/46x97)…longest hitting streak in Safeco Field history and T2nd-longest home hitting streak in club history (H. Reynolds, 25 G, 1991)…held hitless in consecutive games Sept. 26-27, snapping a string of 180 consecutive games without going hitless in back-to-back games…he was previously DECADE HITS LEADER held hitless in consecutive games Aug. 13Ichiro led all players with 2,030 hits during 15, 2008 (last 41 of ‘08, first 139 of ‘09)… the recently completed decade (2000-09), the 180-game streak was the longest since despite not playing the first year of the Doc Cramer in 1934-35 (192 G)…on the decade…Derek Jeter was 2nd on the list disabled list from March 31-April 15 with with 1,940 hits…Ichiro’s 2,030 hits are 3rd- severe fatigue (stomach ulcer)…missed most during a decade in the modern era: first Opening Day, having his string of 197 consecutive games played snapped… 1. Rogers Hornsby, 1920’s........ 2,085 missed 16 games during the season, 2. Pete Rose, 1970’s ................. 2,045 after missing only 16 games in previous 8 3. Ichiro Suzuki, 2000’s ........... 2,030 seasons with the Mariners…has played in 4. Sam Rice, 1920’s .................. 2,010 1,426 games since debut (most in MLB), 5. Paul Waner, 1930’s ............... 1,959 missing only 32 out of a possible 1,458 111

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games…ejected on Sept. 26 at Toronto by Most Hits in a Season (SEA) home plate umpire Brian Runge for arguing 1. Ichiro Suzuki, 2004 ................. 262 balls and strikes for first career ejection… 2. Ichiro Suzuki, 2001 ................. 242 led the Majors in singles (179) for the 8th 3. Ichiro Suzuki, 2007 ................. 238 time in his career (ML record) and 6th 4. Ichiro Suzuki, 2009 ................. 225 straight season…recorded a hit in 60 of 63 Ichiro Suzuki, 2006 ................. 224 5. games, May 6-July 17 (.383/106x277)… 6. Alex Rodriguez, 1996 ............... 215 first player since Joe DiMaggio in 1941 7. Ichiro Suzuki, 2010 ................. 214 (hit in 75 of 78) to record at least one hit 8. Ichiro Suzuki, 2008 ................. 213 in 60 of 63 games…tied career-high with Alex Rodriguez, 1998 ............... 213 7 consecutive multi-hit games (4th time), 10. Ichiro Suzuki, 2003 ................. 212 June 20-27 (.594/19x32)…one off club record held by Desi Reliford (2002)… reached base safely in career-high 43 consecutive games (4/28-G#2-6/14)…streak was T2nd-longest in club history (47 G Alvin Davis, 1984; 43 G - Edgar Martinez, 2001)…belted career leadoff HR #30 Aug. 4 at KC…tied (4/15 vs. LAA) and broke (4/16 vs. LAA) the all-time Japanese hits record with 3,086 career hits, passing Isao Harimoto…hit 28th career leadoff home run in Mariners 1-0 victory over Tampa Bay on April 23…marked the 22nd time in ML history and 2nd in Mariners history for a leadoff homer to stand as the only run in a 1-0 victory (Greg Briley, 6/19/92 at MIN)…recorded 26 steals, fewest season total of his career…recorded SB#20 July 19 at Cleveland, becoming 9th player to steal 20 or more bases in each of his first 9 seasons…made season debut April 15 vs. the Angels, going 2-for-5 with a grand slam…4th career grand slam (first since 8/25/05 at TEX)…became 4th Mariner to hit a grand slam home run in his first game of the season…also: Jay Buhner (6/1/90 vs. DET), Jim Presley (4/8/86 vs. CAL) and Leon Roberts (4/9/78 vs. MIN)…led the AL with 15 intentional walks…3rd time to lead the AL in IBB…recorded only 32 total walks, the fewest by either league’s IBB leader since the stat was first tracked in 1955…previous record: 39, by Garry Templeton in 1984…recorded 3 walk-off hits…first career gameending hit July 28 vs. Toronto, his 1,953rd career hit (came in 91st possible walk-off at-bat)…also had game-ending hits in back-to-back games, Sept. 17 vs. CWS (1B) and Sept. 18 vs. NYY (2-run homer off M. Rivera)…helped lead Japan to the World Baseball Classic title for the second time (also 2006)…batted .273 (12x44) with 7 runs, 2 doubles, one triple and 5 RBI in 9 games…recorded GWRBI with 2-run single in the 10th inning vs. Korea in the Championship. 2010: Recorded his 10th consecutive 200-hit season and named to his 10th consecutive All-Star Game (9th as starter)…won 10th consecutive Gold Glove…tied the AL record with Ken Griffey Jr. and Al Kaline…6th OF and 16th position player with 10 GG in a career…led the Majors in hits (214) for the 5th consecutive season, and 7th time in his career (2001-242, ‘04-262, ‘06-224, ‘07-238, ‘08-213, ‘09-225, ’10-214)…tied ML record with Ty Cobb and Pete Rose as the only players to lead the Majors in hits 7 seasons in a career…is the only player to lead the AL or NL in hits in 5 straight seasons…has led the AL in hits in 7 seasons (record is 8 by Ty Cobb)…recorded 200th hit Sept. 23 at Toronto (G#152)…tied Pete Rose for most 200-hit seasons in a career (10), breaking the AL record of 9 by Ty Cobb…led the AL in hits (214), multi-hit games (69), games (162), infield hits (59), singles (175) and at-bats (680)…also T5th in stolen bases (42) and 7th in batting average (.315)…named American League Player of the Week for Sept. 20-26, his 3rd AL weekly honor (.444/12x27)…started all 162 games (RF – 160, DH – 2), tying Matt Kemp (LAD) for Major League lead…recorded at least one hit in 130 of 162 games…reached base safely in 137 games…notched 10th consecutive season batting at least .300 with 25 steals; 4th player during the modern era (since 1901) to record as many consecutive .300, 25 SB seasons (Ty Cobb – 13, Honus Wanger – 12, Ichiro – 10, Tris Speaker – 10)…named to 10th consecutive All-Star game (0x2), tying Ken Griffey Jr. as the franchise leader in consecutive All-Star selections (1990-99)…9th time to start Midsummer classic in leadoff position, breaking the all-time record set by Willie Mays and Rod Carew…tied careerhigh with 4 stolen bases Aug. 4 vs. Texas (also: 7/20/04 vs. BOS)…recorded 4th career 40-steal season…the 11th player with a 40-steal season at age 35 or older, first since Ricky Henderson in 1997-98…recorded 4 double-digit hitting streaks, including seasonhigh 14-gamer June 29-July 15…recorded MLB hit #2,200 Sept. 1 vs. LAA…recorded the 112

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milestone hit in career game 1,559, becoming the fastest to reach 2,200 hits over the last 65 years…the previous quickest were Stan Musial (1,669 G) and Tony Gwynn (1,693 G)… went 3-for-5 with 2 home runs Aug. 21 at NYY…5th career multi-homer game, first since May 15, 2009 vs. Boston…scored 1,000th career run June 5 vs. LAA…played in 1,500th career game June 26 at Milwaukee…tied career-high with 7 consecutive multi-hit games (5th time), May 8-15…hit .567 (17x30) with 5 extra base hits (2B - 3, 3B - 1, HR - 1) during streak…grounded into a double play in his 3rd at-bat May 2 vs. Texas…first GIDP since his first game of ‘09 (4/15/09), a span of 736 consecutive AB without a GIDP…longest GIDP streak since Tony Womack went 918 AB without a GIDP, May 30, 1997-Aug. 4, 1998…3rd-longest streak of its kind dating back to 1920…previous Mariners records 497 by Ichiro (2002-03) and 475 by David Bell (1999). POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: Started all 10 games in 2001 postseason…set AL Division Series five-game series record with a .600 (12x20) batting average; also stands as the career Division Series record (min. 20 AB)…tied Edgar Martinez’ ALDS 5-game series record with 12 hits…appeared in 2 Japan Series with Orix Blue Wave, won title in 1996. AWARDS: BBWAA MVP: 2001…BBWAA AL Rookie of the Year & Sporting News AL Rookie of the Year in 2001…All-Star Game: 2001 (starter), 2002 (starter), 2003 (starter), 2004 (starter), 2005, 2006 (starter), 2007 (starter, MVP), 2008 (starter), 2009 (starter)… Silver Slugger: 2001, 2007, 2009…Gold Gloves: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010…Sporting News AL All-Star: 2001, 2004, 2007, 2009…voted the Mariners Co-MVP in 2001 and MVP in 2004, 2007 & 2009 by Seattle chapter of BBWAA…voted 2001 Seattle P-I Sports Star of the Year…won the Buck Leonard Legacy Award (2001, 2004), the James “Cool Papa” Bell Legacy Award (2001) and the Larry Doby Legend Award (2001) from the Negro League Baseball Museum…voted Players’ Choice AL Most Outstanding Player in 2004…finalist for the 2007 Hank Aaron Award… Mariners nominee for 2008 Heart and Hustle Award…The Sporting News All-Decade team (2000’s)…Fielding Bible Award: 2006, 2009, 2010…AL Player of the Week: 3 Aug. 8, 2004; June 4, 2006; Sept. 27, 2010.

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ICHIRO’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 1992 Orix ORIX 1993 Orix ORIX 1994 ORIX 1995 ORIX 1996 ORIX 1997 ORIX 1998 ORIX 1999 ORIX 2000 ORIX 2001 SEATTLE 2002 SEATTLE 2003 SEATTLE 2004 SEATTLE 2005 SEATTLE 2006 SEATTLE 2007 SEATTLE 2008 SEATTLE 2009 SEATTLE 2010 SEATTLE 2011 SEATTLE Japan Totals ML Totals * led league AVG .366 .253 .371 .188 .385 .342 .356 .345 .358 .343 .387 *.350 .321 .312 *.372 .303 .322 .351 .310 .352 .315 .272 .353 .326 G 58 40 48 43 130 130 130 135 135 103 105 157 157 159 161 +162 161 161 *162 146 *162 +161 951 1749 AB R 238 42 95 4 186 38 64 4 546 111 524 104 542 104 536 94 506 79 411 80 395 73 *692 127 647 111 679 111 *704 101 *679 111 *695 110 *678 111 *686 103 639 88 *680 74 *677 80 3619 653 7456 1127 H TB 2B 87 110 6 24 29 5 69 119 14 12 17 2 210 300 41 179 285 23 193 273 24 185 275 31 181 262 36 141 235 27 153 213 22 *242 316 34 208 275 27 212 296 29 *262 320 24 206 296 21 *224 289 20 *238 292 22 +213 265 20 *225 297 31 *214 268 30 184 227 22 1278 1889 211 2428 3141 280 3B HR RBI 4 3 16 0 0 5 6 8 23 0 1 3 5 13 54 4 25 80 4 16 84 4 17 91 3 13 71 2 21 68 1 12 73 8 8 69 8 8 51 8 13 62 5 8 60 12 15 68 9 9 49 7 6 68 7 6 42 4 11 46 3 6 43 3 5 47 23 118 529 74 95 605 SH SF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 3 5 3 1 2 3 2 6 1 2 4 2 3 4 2 1 3 1 1 4 0 0 28 33 HB 0 0 1 0 10 18 9 4 7 7 4 8 5 6 4 4 5 3 5 4 3 0 59 47 BB SO SB 23 16 10 3 11 3 25 14 11 2 7 0 51 53 29 68 52 49 56 57 35 62 36 39 43 35 11 45 46 12 54 36 21 30 53 *56 68 62 31 36 69 34 49 63 36 48 66 33 49 71 45 49 77 37 51 65 43 32 71 26 45 86 42 39 69 40 384 333 199 496 752 423 CS 4 2 9 2 7 9 3 4 4 1 1 14 *15 8 11 8 2 8 4 9 9 7 33 95 SLG .462 .305 .640 .266 .549 .544 .504 .513 .518 .572 .539 .457 .425 .436 .455 .436 .416 .431 .386 .465 .394 .335 .522 .421 OBP .421 .276 .448 .212 .446 .434 .425 .417 .415 .417 .466 .381 .388 .352 .414 .350 .370 .396 .361 .386 .359 .310 .424 .370

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ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE AVG 2001 AL, Seattle .333 2002 AL, Milwaukee .000 2003 AL, Chicago .000 2004 AL, Houston .250 2005 AL, Detroit .500 2006 AL, Pittsburgh .000 2007 AL, San Fran. 1.000 2008 AL, New York .333 2009 NL, St. Louis .333 2010 AL, Anaheim .000 ASG Totals .308 G 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 AB 3 2 1 4 2 3 3 3 3 2 26 R 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 H 1 0 0 1 1 0 3 1 1 0 8 TB 1 0 0 2 1 0 6 1 1 0 11 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 SO 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 3 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SLG OBP .333 .333 .000 .000 .000 .667 .500 .250 .500 .500 .000 .000 2.000 1.000 .333 .333 .333 .333 .000 .000 .423 .357

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DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2001 SEA vs. CLE AVG .600 G 5 AB 20 R 4 H 12 TB 13 2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 0 2 SH 0 SF 0 HB 0 BB 1 SO 0 SB 1 CS 2 SLG .650 OBP .619

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2001 SEA vs. NYY AVG .222 G 5 AB 18 R 3 H 4 TB 5 2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 0 1 SH 0 SF 0 HB 0 BB 4 SO 4 SB 2 CS 0 SLG .278 OBP .364

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC
YEAR CLUB 2006 Japan 2009 Japan WBC Totals AVG .364 .273 .312 G 8 9 17 AB 33 44 77 R 7 7 14 H 12 12 24 TB 16 16 32 2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 1 5 2 1 0 5 3 1 1 10 SH 2 0 2 SF 2 0 2 HB 1 0 1 BB 4 0 4 SO 1 2 3 SB 4 1 5 CS 0 0 0 SLG .485 .364 .416 OBP .425 .273 .345

ICHIRO’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Orix in fourth round of Japan’s November, 1991 draft. — Signed by Seattle as a free agent, Nov. 18, 2000. — Re-signed by Seattle to a four-year extension (avoids arbitration), Dec. 18, 2003. — Re-signed by Seattle to a five-year extension, July 13, 2007. — On disabled list April 3 (retro to 3/31)-15, 2009 with severe fatigue (bleeding ulcer).

MARINERS LONGEST WINNING & LOSING STREAKS
Winning Streaks: 15 ........................... May 23-June 8, 2001 10 ................................... April 8-17, 2002 10 ................................ Sept. 12-21, 1996 9 ........................... May 27-June 5, 2003 9 ................................. April 19-28, 2001 8 ........................... June 23-July 1, 2007 8 ....................................May 9-17, 2001 8 ................................ Sept. 12-20, 2000 8 ................................. April 11-18, 1996 8 ................................. April 15-23, 1991 8 .................................June 20-29, 1985 Losing Streaks: 17 .................................... July 6-26, 2011 14 .................................. Sept. 2-18, 1992 12 ................................ Sept. 11-22, 2008 12 ................................. Aug. 16-28, 1989 12 ............................July 26-Aug. 6, 1980 11 ................................. Aug. 10-20, 2006 11 ................................. April 13-26, 1979 10 ...................................June 7-17, 1978 10 ................................. Aug. 20-30, 1981 9 ............... 6 times; last Aug. 8-25, 2007

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CARLOS TRIUNFEL (64)
POSITION: Infielder AGE: 22 BORN: 2-27-90 in Santiago, DR BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 200 ML SERVICE: None CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on Sept. 23, 2006; signed by Mariners scouts Bob Engle and Patrick Guerrero 2011: • Split the season between AA Jackson and AAA Tacoma…combined to bat .281 (142x506) with 52 runs, 28 doubles, 3 triples, 6 home runs and 45 RBI (.332 OBP, .383 SLG). • Set career-highs in games played (132), at-bats (506) and doubles (28). • Hit .281 (111x395) with 22 doubles in 105 games with Jackson…when batting 2nd in the order, hit .318 (35x110) with 2 doubles and 2 home runs. • Recorded season-high 10-game hitting streak, July 26-Aug. 4 (.415/17x41, HR, 5 RBI). • Transferred to Tacoma on Aug. 9 and made Triple-A debut that night at Round Rock. • Hit safely in 20 of 27 games with the Rainiers (.279/31x111)…made starts at shortstop (26 G) and second base (1 G). PERSONAL: Carlos Manuel Triunfel (TRUE-en-fell)…signed with the Mariners as a 16-yearold in 2006…participated in the 2006 Arizona Instructional League. 2007: Made professional debut as a 17-year-old in the Midwest League with A Wisconsin… named to the Midwest League All-Star team, but did not play due to injury…on the disabled list with a right thumb contusion, May 29-July 5…made 3 rehab appearances with Peoria, July 2-5…transferred to A High Desert after completing rehab assignment… recorded career-high 6 hits, all singles, July 30 vs. Inland Empire, becoming just the 2nd Maverick in club history to post 6 hits in a 9-inning…participated in the Mariners Instructional League. 2008: Spent season with High Desert…led team with 30 stolen bases, ranking T3rd among all Mariners farmhands…on the suspend list, May 11-21…on the disabled list with an abdominal strain, June 16-27…named California League Player of the Week, July 2127…recorded a career-high 13-game hit streak (.382/21x55, 20 R, 7 EBH, 10 RBI), July 25-Aug. 8…rated as the No. 15 prospect in the California League by Baseball America… played for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League and was the youngest player in the league…hit .298 (31x104) with 7 doubles in 25 AFL games…played in the AFL Rising Stars Game. 2009: Fractured left tibia 2 games into the season on April 11 at Montgomery…on the disabled list April 11-Aug. 31, including rehab assignment with Peoria Aug. 25-31… returned to play in final 5 games of the season…played for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League. 2010: Appeared in 129 games with AA West Tenn, making 125 starts at shortstop… season-high 10-game hit streak (.350/14x40, 4 R, 2 2B, 3 HR), May 10-20…named to the Southern League All-Star Team.

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TRIUNFEL’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2007 Wisconsin AZL Mariners High Desert 2008 High Desert 2009 West Tenn AZL Mariners 2010 West Tenn 2011 Jackson Tacoma Minor Lg Totals AVG .309 .273 .288 .287 .231 .250 .257 .281 .279 .278 G AB R 43 152 18 3 11 1 50 208 32 108 436 75 7 26 2 4 16 0 129 470 51 105 395 45 27 111 7 476 1825 231 H 47 3 60 125 6 4 121 111 31 508 TB 59 3 74 177 7 5 156 155 39 675 2B 3B HR RBI 8 2 0 14 0 0 0 3 10 2 0 22 20 4 8 49 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 4 12 1 7 42 22 2 6 35 6 1 0 10 80 12 21 183 SH 3 0 3 3 0 0 5 3 1 18 SF 1 2 0 5 0 0 3 0 1 12 HB 3 0 2 5 1 0 7 10 2 30 BB SO 5 23 0 1 12 31 30 52 1 2 0 2 13 54 25 71 2 17 88 253 SB 4 0 3 30 0 1 2 5 1 46 CS 8 0 4 9 0 0 8 7 0 36 SLG .388 .273 .356 .406 .269 .313 .332 .392 .351 .370 OBP .342 .231 .333 .336 .286 .250 .286 .340 .302 .320

TRIUNFEL’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Signed by Seattle as a non-drafted free agent, Sept. 23, 2006…Signed by Mariners scouts Bob Engle and Patrick Guerrero. 115

JASON VARGAS (38)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher AGE: 29 BORN: 2-2-83 in Apple Valley, CA BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 215 ML SERVICE: 4 years, 114 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Traded to Seattle by New York (NL) along with Endy Chavez (of), Aaron Heilman (rhp), Mike Carp (1b), Ezequiel Carrera (of) and Maikel Cleto (rhp), in exchange for J.J. Putz (rhp), Sean Green (rhp) and Jeremy Reed (of) on Dec. 10, 2008

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2011: • Went 10-13 with a 4.25 ERA (95 VARGAS’ CAREER HIGHS ER, 201.0 IP) in 32 starts with 4 complete games and 3 shutouts. MOST STRIKEOUTS: 10 — 9/26/11 vs. OAK • Set career highs in strikeouts LOW-HIT GAME: 3 — 6/19/11 vs. PHI (prev: 116 in 2010), wins (prev: LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 8 in 2010), innings (prev: 192.2 4 — 5/9-6/22/10 in 2010) and starts (prev: 31 in LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 2010). 9 — 8/21/10-4/23/11 • T3rd in AL with 3 shutouts (4 led MOST INNINGS PITCHED: league) and T4th with 4 CG. STARTER: 9.0 — 5x; last 7/1/11 vs. SD • Tossed 3 shutouts over a 6-start RELIEVER: 6.1 — 7/8/06 (2) at NYM (w/FLA) span from June 3-July 1: June 3 vs. TB, June 19 vs. PHI and July 1 vs. SD. • Ranked T3rd in club history with 3 shutouts, behind Randy Johnson (4, 1994) and Dave Fleming (4, 1992)…first Mariners pitcher to have at least 3 shutouts in a season since Freddy Garcia (3, 2001)…tied Mariners record for single-season home shutouts: Mike Moore (1988), Brian Holman (1991) & Dave Fleming (1992) each threw 3 shutouts in one season at the Kingdome. • Tossed a pair of CG shutouts in June: June 3 vs. Tampa Bay & June 19 vs. Philadelphia… became 5th pitcher in club history to post multiple shutouts in a month (Randy Johnson - 4x, Freddy Garcia, Mike Parrott, Mark Langston), and first since Garcia in July 2001. • Had run support average of 3.40, 2nd-lowest in the AL…9-2 when receiving at least 3 runs of support (13 GS). • Received 2 or fewer runs of support in 19 of 32 starts, including 10 of last 15 GS…since start of 2009, has the lowest run support average in AL (3.45); has started 77 games since 2009, and his team has scored 2 runs or less in 49 of them. • Recorded career-high 10 strikeouts in final start of year Sept. 26 vs. Oakland. • Finished season 3-0, 2.03 in final 4 starts Sept. 8-26 (26.2 IP, 6 ER, 5 BB, 23 SO); team was 4-0…followed stretch of 11 starts July 6-Sept. 2 in which was a combined 1-8, 6.49 ERA (44 ER, 61.0 IP)…began year 6-5, 3.57 ERA (17 GS, 113.1 IP, 45 ER), including going 2-2, 2.82 in 5 starts in June. • Recorded 9.0 shutout innings May 12 at Baltimore (9.0,7,0,0,1,4) but recorded a ND in 2-1 loss (12 innings)…joins Tim Belcher (6/4/95 at BOS), Erik Hanson (10.0 IP, 8/1/90 at OAK) & Mike Moore (6/29/88 vs. TEX) as only pitchers in club history with at least 9.0 shutout innings to not earn a win. • Snapped career-high 9-game losing streak with W#1 April 29 at Boston (7.0,8,4,4,2,4,2 HR)…was first win since Aug. 14, 2010 at Cleveland. VARGAS’ SHUTOUTS PERSONAL: Jason Matthew Vargas (VARVargas recorded 3 shutouts (6/3 vs. TB, 6/19 gus)…resides with wife and two children in vs. PHI, 7/1 vs. SD) to rank T3rd in the AL…3 Phoenix, AZ…graduated from Apple Valley shutouts also ranked 3rd-most (tied) in club High School (CA) in 2001…played three history…here is a list of most shutouts in a years at quarterback at Apple Valley… season in club history: second cousin is former Major Leaguer Mariners Single-Season Shutouts: Randy Velarde…is the co-founder of 1. Dave Fleming (1992)........................ 4 Estrella Youth Sports in Goodyear, AZ, a Randy Johnson (1994) .................... 4 non-profit youth program…played college 3. Jason Vargas (2011) ...................... 3 baseball at LSU (2002), Cypress College 9 other pitchers ............................... 3 (2003) and Long Beach State (2004)… 116

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went 1-1, 3.13 in 13 appearances as a freshman at LSU…named the Southern California Junior College Player of the Year in 2003 at Cypress…as a junior at LBSU, went 7-4, 4.14 on the mound and hit .354 with 14 doubles and 5 home runs as a DH. CAREER: Has spent his professional career in the Florida, New York (NL) and Seattle organizations…as a hitter, has compiled a .250 batting average (14x56) with 3 doubles and 3 RBI…originally selected in the 43rd round of the 2001 First Year Player Draft by the Twins, but did not sign to attend LSU. 2004: In his first professional season, split time between Jamestown (A) of the New YorkPenn League and Greensboro (A) of the South Atlantic League…combined to go 5-2 with a 2.09 ERA in 11 starts (14 ER, 60.1 IP). 2005: Broke into the Marlins rotation in July…went 4-5 with a 4.14 ERA as a starter…was 1-0 with a 2.84 ERA in 4 relief outings, limiting opposing hitters to a .143 batting average… picked up his first Major League victory in relief as he tossed 3.0 shutout innings, with no hits and 5 strikeouts July 27 vs. Pittsburgh…made his first start, July 18 at Arizona… went 5.0 innings in a no-decision…picked up his initial victory as a starter, Aug. 5 at Cincinnati…tossed his first complete game, Aug. 21vs. the Dodgers…allowed one run on 6 hits…received one third-place vote for National League Rookie of the Year…as a hitter, he was 8-for-26 (.308) with 2 doubles and 2 RBI…recorded a double in his first big league at-bat against Arizona’s Mike Gosling on July 18…promoted to the Marlins on July 14… compiled a 7-4 record and a 2.50 ERA in 17 starts between Greensboro (A), Jupiter (A) and Carolina (AA). 2006: Began the season in the Marlins starting rotation…optioned to Albuquerque (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League on May 14…recalled from Triple-A on July 6 and optioned back to Albuquerque on July 29…picked up his lone victory against the Padres at home on April 13…went 6.0 innings and gave up 2 hits, 2 runs, with 5 walks and 3 strikeouts… played with Leones del Escogido in the Dominican Winter League. 2007: Had a bone spur removed from his left elbow on Oct. 3, 2007…Mets Medical Director Dr. David Altchek performed the procedure at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan…was recalled from New Orleans (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League on May 17…started that afternoon vs. the Cubs and retired the first nine batters he faced…worked 7.0 innings, allowed 6 hits, 5 runs, with 2 strikeouts and had a no-decision…optioned back to the Zephyrs on May 25…went 9-7, 4.97 (69 ER, 125.0 IP) in 24 starts with New Orleans…ranked 2nd on the Zephyrs’ staff in starts, wins, innings and strikeouts. 2008: Did not pitch in 2008…underwent surgery to repair the labrum in his left hip on March 17…spent the summer rehabing at the Mets minor league complex in Port St. Lucie, FL… pitched for the Peoria Saguaras of the Arizona Fall League…went 1-0 with a 2.10 ERA (6 ER, 25.2 IP) in 9 games (1 GS) in the Fall League…held opponents to a .208 (20x96) average, including .200 (7x35) vs. left-handers. 2009: Set career-highs in appearances (23), starts (14), and innings (91.2)…had 3 stints with the Mariners after missing the entire 2008 season recovering from left hip surgery… was 1-0, 2.87 ERA (5 ER, 15.2 IP) in 9 relief appearances, tossing 2.0 or more innings in 5 games…went 1-1, 2.60 ERA (10 ER, 34.2 IP) in first 6 starts of the season, allowing 3 runs or less in each game, including 5 games of 2 runs or less…Seattle won 4 of those 6 games…in final 8 starts, went 1-5, 7.62 ERA (35 ER, 41.1 IP)…was 1-1, 2.94 ERA (11 ER, 33.2 IP) in 6 starts at Safeco Field…had 1.52 ERA (5 ER, 29.2 IP) in his first 5 home starts before allowing 6 R in his last start July 26 vs. Cleveland…tossed season-high 7.0 innings 3 times: May 22 vs. SF (1 ER), June 20 vs. ARI (1 ER) and Aug. 6 at KC (7 ER, including 5 in the first inning)…earned win in Mariners debut May 3 vs. Oakland by tossing 2.1 innings in 15-inning victory, striking out 4,…first ML appearance since July 3, 2007 and first ML victory since April 13, 2006…started the season with the AAA Tacoma Rainiers. 2010: Named Mariners Unsung Hero by the Seattle chapter of the BBWAA…set careerhighs in wins (9, old was 5 in ‘05), innings (192.2, old was 91.2 in ‘09), games (31, old was 23 in ‘09), starts (31, old was 14 in ‘09) and strikeouts (116, old was 59 in ‘05)…ranked T8th in the AL with 21 quality starts…had the 3rd-lowest run support average among AL starters (3.46)…received 2 or fewer runs of support in 20 of 31 starts…went 7-5, 2.86 (33 ER, 103.2 IP) in 16 home starts…career-high 4-game winning streak May 9-June 22 (4-0, 2.11 in 9 GS, allowing 14 ER in 59.2 IP)…also won 3 consecutive starts Aug. 3-14 (3-0, 2.84)…limited left-handed batters to a .200 average (36x180), 9th-lowest in the AL… tossed at least 7.0+ innings in 12 starts (6-2, 1.68)…lasted at least 6.0+ innings in 24 of 117

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31 starts (77%)…was 9-5 and ranked 10th in the AL in ERA (3.15) through his first 23 starts of the season (through 8/15)…went 0-7, 5.74 (30 ER, 47.0 IP) over final 8 starts… at the All-Star break was 6-4 with a 3.09 ERA (T9th in AL in ERA)…struck out career-high 9 batters July 18 at LAA. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None. AWARDS: Named 2010 Mariners Unsung Hero by Seattle chapter of BBWAA.

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VARGAS’ PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L 2004 Jamestown 3-1 Greensboro 2-1 2005 Greensboro 4-1 Jupiter 2-3 Carolina 1-0 FLORIDA 5-5 1-2 2006 FLORIDA Albuquerque 3-6 2007 New Orleans 9-7 NEW YORK (NL) 0-1 2008 2009 Tacoma 4-3 SEATTLE 3-6 2010 SEATTLE 9-12 2011 SEATTLE 10-13 Minor Lg Totals 28-22 AL Totals 22-31 NL Totals 6-8 ML Totals 28-39 BATTING AVG Career .250 Last Hit - 6/14/09 at COL ERA 1.96 2.37 0.80 3.42 2.84 4.03 7.33 7.43 4.97 12.19 3.14 4.91 3.78 4.25 4.09 4.19 5.81 4.53 G 8 3 5 9 3 17 12 13 24 2 9 23 31 32 74 86 31 117 GS 8 3 5 9 3 13 5 13 24 2 9 14 31 32 74 77 20 97 CG 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 SHO SV IP 0 0 41.1 0 0 19.0 0 0 33.2 0 0 55.1 0 0 19.0 0 0 73.2 0 0 43.0 0 0 69.0 0 0 125.0 0 0 10.1 Injured-Did Not Pitch 0 0 0 51.2 0 0 0 91.2 0 0 0 192.2 4 3 0 201.0 0 0 0 414.0 4 3 0 485.1 1 0 0 127.0 5 3 0 612.1 3B HR RBI 0 0 3 H 35 9 16 47 13 71 50 98 141 17 48 98 187 205 407 490 138 628 SH 2 R 17 5 4 24 6 34 39 60 77 14 19 53 86 105 212 244 87 331 SF HB 0 0 ER 9 5 3 21 6 33 35 57 69 14 18 50 81 95 188 226 82 308 BB 2 HR 2 1 1 6 3 4 9 11 14 4 3 16 18 22 41 56 17 73 SO 14 HB 3 0 2 0 0 4 4 5 3 0 0 3 1 4 13 8 8 16 SB 0 BB 13 2 10 14 7 31 30 28 44 2 15 24 54 59 133 137 63 200 SO 41 17 33 60 25 59 25 51 108 4 46 54 116 131 381 301 88 389 WP 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 3 6 5 3 8 OBP .276 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 4 1 2 5 1 6

AB R H TB 2B 56 4 14 17 3 Last Home Run - None

CS SLG 0 .304

VARGAS’ CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Minnesota in the 43rd round of the 2001 June draft…did not sign and attended Louisiana State University (LSU). — Selected by Florida in the 2nd round (68th overall) of the 2004 June draft…Signed by Marlins scout Robbie Cosaro. — Acquired by the New York Mets, along with Adam Bostick (lhp), from the Marlins in exchange for Henry Owens (rhp) and Matt Lindstrom (rhp), Nov. 20, 2006. — On the 15-Day Disabled List, March 23, 2008-the end of the season, recovering from left hip surgery…transferred to the 60-Day Disabled List on Sept. 1, 2008. — Acquired by Seattle from New York (NL), along with Endy Chavez (of), Aaron Heilman (rhp), Mike Carp (1B), Ezequiel Carrera (of) and Maikel Cleto (rhp), in exchange for J.J. Putz (rhp), Sean Green (rhp) and Jeremy Reed (of), Dec. 10, 2008.

17 WINS
Only 10 pitchers in club history have recorded 17-ormore wins in a single season (16 times)…Randy Johnson and Jamie Moyer have each recorded three seasons with at least 17 victories…Moyer (2001, 2003) and Johnson (1997) are the only 20-game winners in club history:
Wins 21 20 20 19 19 19 18 18 18 Pitcher Jamie Moyer Randy Johnson Jamie Moyer Felix Hernandez Randy Johnson Mark Langston Freddy Garcia Erik Hanson Randy Johnson Year 2003 1997 2001 2009 1993 1987 2001 1990 1995 Wins 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 Pitcher Paul Abbott Dave Fleming Freddy Garcia Mark Langston Mike Moore Jamie Moyer Aaron Sele Year 2001 1992 1999 1984 1985 1997 2000

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CASPER WELLS (33)
POSITION: Outfielder AGE: 27 BORN: 11-23-84 in Grand Rapids, MI BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 210 ML SERVICE: 1 year, 50 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: In trade with Detroit along with Chance Ruffin (rhp), Francisco Martinez (inf) and Charlie Furbush (lhp) in exchange for Doug Fister (rhp) and David Pauley (rhp) on July 30, 2011 2011: • Hit .216 (22x102) with 1 double, 7 WELLS’ CAREER HIGHS home runs and 15 RBI in 31 games MOST HITS: 4 — 9/14/10 at TEX (with DET) with Seattle. MOST HOME RUNS: 1 — 15 times; • Had 7 outfield assists (SEA & last 9/16/11 vs. TEX DET combined) to lead all rookie MOST RBI: 3 — 3 times; outfielders…included pair of assists last 6/3/11 at CWS (with DET) Aug. 29 vs. LAA. MOST STOLEN BASES: • Did not play Sept. 17-end of season 1 — 3 times; last 8/14/11 vs. BOS while battling vertigo like symptoms. LONGEST HITTING STREAK: • Was 3-for-final-45 (.067) over last 15 6 — 8/28-9/3/10 (with DET) games…started Seattle career 19CAREER GRAND SLAMS: for-57 (.333) with 6 HR, 14 RBI in first None 15 games July 31-Aug. 22. • Left game Aug. 17 in 6th after being hit on tip of nose by Brandon Morrow pitch. • Homered in 4 consecutive games Aug. 13-16 to tie Mariners rookie record for consecutive games with HR (Danny Tartabull, 1986)…first Mariner with HR in 4 straight games since a 5-game streak in 1999 (A. Rodriguez). • Made Mariners debut July 31 vs. Tampa Bay (started in LF)…went 1-for-4 with RBI. • Hit safely in 20 of 26 games started with the Tigers (.275/25x91, 9 2B, 4 HR). • Belted his first career leadoff home run on June 22 at Los Angeles (NL). • Recorded career-high 3 hits June 7 at Texas (3x6, R, 2 2B, RBI w/DET). • Optioned to AAA Toledo on July 19…appeared in 7 games, batting .370 (10x27) with 4 runs, 2 doubles, 2 triples, 2 home runs, 6 RBI. • Made Opening Day roster with Detroit for first time in his career. PERSONAL: Casper Charles Wells Jr.…is a 5th generation Casper in his family…native of Schenectady, NY…attended Towson State University (2003-05)…named All-Colonial Athletic Association honors as a sophomore in 2004…selected the CAA Player of the Year after hitting .362 (77x213) with 70 runs, 15 doubles, 4 triples, 18 home runs and 66 RBI in 58 games as a junior in 2005. CAREER: Originally selected by the Tigers in the 14th round of the 2005 June draft…signed by Tigers scout Bill Buck. 2005: Made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Tigers…T2nd in the GCL with 5 triples, 3rd with 19 extra-base hits. 2006: Split the season between A Lakeland and A Oneonta…played in 5 games with Lakeland before he was assigned to Oneonta on May 12…hit .311 (14x45) against lefthanded pitchers and .167 (10x60) versus righties with Oneonta. 2007: Selected to the New York-Penn League’s Mid-Season All-Star squad as he led the league with 11 triples and 38 extra-base hits for Oneonta…ranked 3rd in the New-York Penn League with a .523 slugging percentage and T5th with 9 home runs…saw action in all 3 of Oneonta’s games during the New York-Penn League playoffs. 2008: Split the season between A West Michigan and AA Erie, combining to hit .269 (121x449) with 90 runs, 25 doubles, 6 triples, 27 home runs, 79 RBI and 25 stolen bases in 125 games…earned Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star honors…set Midwest League record with 4 HBP May 2 vs. Quad Cities…promoted to Erie on June 6…hit for the cycle July 29 at Akron, driving in a season-high 5 runs…had 3-homer game Aug. 5 vs. Harrisburg…named Eastern League Player of the Week Aug. 4-10 (.414/12x29, 5 HR)… also named the EL Player of the Month and the Tigers Minor League Player of the Month for August after batting .345 (38x110) with 34 runs, 10 doubles, 4 triples, 10 home runs and 27 RBI in 28 games…named the 13th-best prospect in the Tigers organization following the 119

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season by Baseball America…played for Mesa in the Arizona Fall League (.321/25x78, 6 2B, 8 HR, 23 RBI)…3rd in AFL with 8 HR and 4th with .705 slugging percentage. 2009: Limited to 86 games with AA Erie missing nearly two months of action with a left wrist sprain…tied for the lead among all Eastern League outfielders with 4 double plays… compiled a season-high 16-game hitting streak July 10-28, batting .393 (24x61) with 5 doubles, 2 triples, 5 home runs and 16 RBI…also had a 14-game streak Aug. 20-Sept. 2 (.404/21x52)…saw action in 21 games with Peoria in the Arizona Fall League following the season, hitting .351 (27x77) with 6 doubles, 3 triples, 4 home runs and 25 RBI…amongst AFL leaders, ranked 3rd in RBI (25), 3rd in slugging (.662), T4th in triples (3) and 10th in batting average (.351). 2010: Split the season between AAA Toledo (103 G) and Detroit (36 G)…had two stints with the Tigers…recalled by the Tigers from Toledo on May 14…made his Major League debut May 15 vs. Boston (0x4)…collected his first Major League hit May 19 at Oakland, a single in the 3rd inning off Dallas Braden…belted his first ML home run Sept. 2 at Minnesota, a game-tying solo shot in the 9th inning off Jesse Crain…hit .344 (21x62) with a double, triple, 4 home runs and 10 RBI in 22 games in September…ranked 4th in the International League averaging HR every 18.43 AB (21 HR/387 AB)…also ranked 5th with 6 triples…led International League outfielders with 12 assists and 6 double plays…rated as possessing the best outfield arm in the Tigers organization by Baseball America… played for Escogido in the Dominican Winter League. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE: None.

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WELLS’ PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2005 GCL Tigers 2006 Oneonta Lakeland 2007 Oneonta Lakeland 2008 West Michigan 2008 Erie 2009 Erie 2010 Toledo 2010 DETROIT 2011 DETROIT Toledo SEATTLE Minor Lg Totals ML Totals AVG .220 .229 .152 .265 .500 .240 .289 .260 .233 .323 .257 .370 .216 .252 .263 G AB R 45 141 25 35 105 19 11 33 4 67 260 46 2 2 0 50 179 30 75 270 60 86 311 52 103 387 56 36 93 14 64 113 16 7 27 4 31 102 14 481 1715 296 131 308 44 H 31 24 5 69 1 43 78 81 90 30 29 10 22 432 81 TB 2B 3B HR RBI 65 9 5 5 20 35 8 0 1 14 9 1 0 1 4 136 18 11 9 47 2 1 0 0 0 80 7 0 10 26 159 18 6 17 53 152 18 4 15 41 187 22 6 21 46 50 6 1 4 17 51 10 0 4 12 22 2 2 2 6 44 1 0 7 15 847 104 34 81 257 145 17 1 15 44 SH 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 1 SF 0 1 0 4 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 HB 8 3 3 6 0 9 9 11 9 0 2 0 5 58 7 BB SO 18 59 9 27 4 9 18 64 0 1 22 39 30 66 43 103 34 111 6 19 9 29 3 8 9 42 181 487 24 90 SB 6 1 1 8 0 17 8 8 7 0 1 0 2 56 3 CS SLG 0 .461 1 .333 0 .273 7 .523 0 1.000 5 .447 3 .589 8 .489 8 .483 1 .538 0 .451 0 .815 2 .431 32 .494 3 .471 OBP .341 .305 .300 .323 .500 .351 .376 .369 .309 .364 .323 .433 .310 .342 .330

WELLS’ CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Detroit in the 14th round of the 2005 June draft…Signed by Detroit scout Bill Buck. — Acquired by Seattle from Detroit along with Francisco Martinez (inf), Charlie Furbush (lhp) and PTBNL (RHP Chance Ruffin), July 30, 2011.

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 “I’ve 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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TOM WILHELMSEN (54)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 28 BORN: 12-16-83 in Tucson, AZ BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-6 WEIGHT: 220 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 106 days CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2012 ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Feb. 26, 2010.

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2011: • Went 2-0 with a 3.31 ERA (12 ER, 32.2 IP) WILHELMSEN’s with 30 strikeouts in 25 relief appearances. • Was 2-0, 2.35 ERA (6 ER, 23.0 IP) with 22 CAREER HIGHS strikeouts in 17 relief appearances in his MOST STRIKEOUTS: second stint with Seattle, Aug. 2-end of 4 — 8/23/11 (G#2) at CLE season…recorded a 5.59 ERA (6 ER, 9.2 IP) LOW-HIT GAME: None in 8 relief appearances in his first stint. LONGEST WINNING STREAK: • Tossed 10.1 scoreless innings over 7 relief 2 — 8/15/11-current appearances Aug. 20-Sept. 8. LONGEST LOSING STREAK: • Optioned to AA Jackson on May 17 (postNone game) with plan to be stretched out to a MOST INNINGS PITCHED: starter…went 4-5, 5.49 ERA (37 ER, 60.2 IP) STARTER: None with 40 strikeouts in 14 games, 12 starts. RELIEVER: 3.0 — 2 times; • Made Major League debut April 3 at Oakland last 8/20/11 at TB (1-2-3 inning w/1 K). • Made Mariners Opening Day roster after not pitching above low-A in the minor leagues. PERSONAL: Thomas Mark Wilhelmsen…resides during the offseason in Tucson, AZ with wife Cassie…a 2002 graduate of Tucson (AZ) High School. CAREER: Originally selected by Milwaukee in the 7th round of the 2002 June draft…was out of organized baseball from 2004-08…signed by Seattle as a minor league free agent on Feb. 26, 2010. 2003: Made pro debut with the AZL Brewers and Beloit (A) in the Midwest League… combined to go 5-6 with a 2.84 ERA (29 ER, 92.0 IP) with 67 strikeouts in 17 starts… named the Brewers No. 14 prospect following the season. 2004-08: On the Brewers suspended list in 2004 and did not play from 2005-08. 2009: Returned to play baseball for the first time since 2003 with the Tucson Toros in the independent Golden Baseball League…appeared in 11 games (0-0, 6.17), registering 13 strikeouts in 11.2 innings. 2010: Made three stops in the Mariners organization after not playing on an affiliated minor league team since 2003…combined to go 7-1 with a 2.19 ERA (18 ER, 74.0 IP) in 15 games (12 GS) with the AZL Mariners, Everett and Clinton…finished season with Clinton going 6-1, 2.23 (11 ER, 44.1 IP) in 7 games (6 GS)…Midwest League Pitcher of the Week on Aug. 8 & 16…played for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League.

WILHELMSEN’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L 2003 AZL Brewers 0-1 Beloit 5-5 2009 Tucson (IND) 0-0 2010 AZL Mariners 0-0 Everett 1-0 Clinton 6-1 2011 SEATTLE 2-0 Jackson 4-5 Minor Lg Totals 16-12 ML Totals 2-0 ERA 4.50 2.76 6.17 0.60 3.68 2.23 3.31 5.49 3.47 3.31 G 2 15 11 5 3 7 25 14 57 25 GS 2 15 0 3 3 6 0 12 41 0 CG 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 IP 4.0 88.0 11.2 15.0 14.2 44.1 32.2 60.2 238.1 32.2 H 5 78 15 4 14 33 25 66 215 25 R 2 35 8 1 6 16 13 45 113 13 ER 2 27 8 1 6 11 12 37 92 12 HR 0 6 0 0 1 1 2 8 16 2 HB 1 4 1 1 1 2 2 7 17 2 BB 4 27 4 2 2 15 13 26 80 13 SO 4 63 13 22 14 37 30 40 193 30 WP 0 2 5 2 2 4 6 6 21 6 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

WILHELMSEN’s CAREER TRANSACTIONS
— Selected by Milwaukee in the 7th round of the 2002 June draft…signed by Brewers scout Brian Johnson. — Signed by Seattle as a minor league free agent, Feb. 26, 2010. 121

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VINNIE CATRICALA (72)
POSITION: Infielder/Outfielder AGE: 23 BORN: 10-31-88 in Sacramento, CA BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 220 ML SERVICE: None ACQUIRED: Mariners 10th round selection in the 2009 June draft; signed by Mariners scout Tim Reynolds 2011: Named Mariners Minor League Player of the Year…combined to hit .349 (182x521) with 101 runs scored, 77 extra base hits (2B - 48, 3B - 4, HR - 25) and 106 RBI in 133 games combined between A High Desert and AA Jackson…among full season minor leaguers ranked 2nd in extra base hits, 3rd in hits, T3rd in doubles, T4th in batting average and T9th in RBI…led Mariners farmhands in batting (.349), on-base percentage (.421), slugging (.601), hits (182), doubles (48) and RBI (106)…Cal League Player of the Week for May 9-15…named to the California League All-Star team before being promoted to Jackson on June 30…hit safely in 52 of 62 games, while reaching base safely in 57 games with the Generals, batting .347 (83x239)…named the #15 prospect in the Southern League by Baseball America…also listed by the publication as the Mariners No. 9 prospect. PERSONAL: Vincent David Catricala (cat-rick-AH-la)…graduated from Jesuit High (CA) School in 2006…attended the University of Hawai'i, 2007-09…as a junior hit .349 with 13 doubles, 13 home runs and 44 RBI in 58 games…13 HR were 4th-most in UH singleseason history. 2009: Began pro career with Pulaski and named team MVP by the Seattle Mariners… recorded season-high 13-game hit streak (.370/20x54, 11 R, 4 2B, 5 HR, 11 RBI), July 7-20…2010: Spent season with A Clinton and named starting DH in the Midwest League All-Star game…ranked amongst MWL leaders in several offensive categories, including 1st in HBP (17), 3rd in doubles (41), 4th in extra base hits (58) and 5th in hits (150)… career-high 17-game hit streak, Aug. 11-28 (.471/32x68, 15 R, 7 2B, 3 HR, 16 RBI)… reached base safely in 31 consecutive games Aug. 2-Sept. 1 (.426/52x122)…named MWL Player of the Week, Aug. 23-29 (.467/14x30, 8 R, 4 2B, 2 HR, 10 RBI)…participated in Mariners Instructional League in Peoria.

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CATRICALA's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2009 2010 2011 CLUB Pulaski Clinton High Desert Jackson Minor Lg Totals AVG .301 .302 .351 .347 .322 G AB R 59 219 33 135 496 90 71 282 56 62 239 45 327 1236 224 H 66 150 99 83 398 TB 2B 3B HR RBI 108 14 2 8 40 242 41 0 17 79 162 19 1 14 61 151 29 3 11 45 663 103 6 50 225 SH 1 0 1 0 2 SF 3 8 4 4 19 HB 5 *17 4 9 35 BB SO 18 34 56 112 33 45 24 47 131 238 SB 6 7 8 9 30 CS 1 3 3 1 8 SLG .493 .488 .574 .632 .536 OBP .363 .386 .421 .420 .397

DARREN FORD (7)
POSITION: Outfielder AGE: 26 BORN: 10-1-85 in Vineland, NJ BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-9 WEIGHT: 188 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 127 days ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Dec. 2, 2011 2011: Spent most of season in minor leagues, but did appear in 26 games for the Giants, being used almost exclusively as pinch-runner or late-inning defensive replacement in outfield…made 15 appearances, all in center field, but did not make a start…began season playing in 7 games for AAA Fresno before being recalled April 15…first Major League at-bat April 16 at Arizona after playing in 8 games as defensive replacement in outfield (7 in 2010, 1 in 2011)…collected his first Major League hit April 30 at Washington (off Tyler Clippard)…suffered ankle injury May 22 vs. Oakland, landing on the 15-day DL from May 23-June 20 with a left ankle sprain…optioned to Fresno on June 20 and appeared in just 7 games before landing on MiLB DL with wrist injury…finished his minor league season with AA Richmond, appearing in 23 games and hitting .279 (24x86)… recalled to San Francisco Sept. 2 and appeared in 9 games with Giants. 122

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PERSONAL: Darren Scott Ford…resides in Vineland, NJ…lettered in baseball, football and track at Vineland High School…attended Chipola JC (FL)…father, Ted Ford, played four seasons in the Majors with Cleveland (1970-71, 73) and Texas (1972)…originally selected by Milwaukee in the 18th round of the 2004 June draft…signed by Tony Blengino. 2005: Batted .271 with 4 doubles, 3 triples, 1 home run and 24 RBI in his professionall debut with Helena…ranked 3rd in Pioneer League in runs scored (57)…2006: Played entire season for A West Virginia…ranked 2nd in the South Atlantic League in stolen bases (69) and runs scored (93)…2007: Split time between West Virginia and A Brevard City…combined to bat .278 (138x497) with 22 doubles, 5 triples, 9 home runs, 60 RBI and 67 stolen bases…ranked 4th amongst all minor leaguers in stolen bases.…2008: Split season between Brevard City and A San Jose, combining for 62 stolen bases in 129 games…traded to San Francisco July 20 along with Steve Hammond (lhp) in exchange for Ray Durham (inf)…named Florida State League All-Star…played for Scottsdale Scorpions in the Arizona Fall League…2009: Helped lead San Jose to the California League Championship…California League All-Star…hit .300 (114x380) with 81 runs, 17 doubles, 9 triples, 9 home runs, 50 RBI and team-high 35 stolen bases in 101 games… ranked 4th in the Cal League in stolen bases…earned Giants San Jose Player of Month honors in July and August…named CL League Player of Week for July 6-13…2010: Made Major League debut appearing in 7 September games for the eventual World Series champion Giants…made his Major League debut Sept. 1 vs. Colorado as pinch-runner and scored game-winning run…appeared in 7 games with the Giants, playing 2.0 innings in center field, but did not record an at-bat…was not on the post-season roster…led the Eastern League with 9 triples and ranked 2nd with 37 stolen bases.

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FORD's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2005 2006 2007 CLUB Helena West Virginia West Virginia Brevard County 2008 Brevard County San Jose 2009 San Jose 2010 Richmond SAN FRANCISCO 2011 Fresno SAN FRANCISCO AZL Giants Richmond Minor Lg Totals ML Totals AVG .271 .283 .335 .231 .230 .219 .300 .251 --.211 .286 .375 .279 .267 .286 G AB R 61 236 57 125 491 93 51 224 48 72 273 46 91 343 57 38 128 21 101 380 81 113 463 64 7 0 1 18 71 10 26 14 7 8 24 9 23 86 11 701 2719 497 33 14 8 H TB 2B 3B HR RBI 64 77 4 3 1 24 139 190 24 3 7 54 75 113 15 4 5 33 63 84 7 1 4 27 79 104 13 3 2 27 28 34 4 1 0 7 114 176 17 9 9 50 116 169 20 9 5 40 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 23 2 0 2 7 4 4 0 0 0 0 9 17 0 1 2 6 24 27 3 0 0 2 726 1014 109 34 37 277 4 4 0 0 0 0 SH 3 14 5 5 7 2 3 8 0 0 0 0 2 49 0 SF 2 1 1 3 3 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 15 0 HB 3 4 1 1 2 2 6 5 0 1 1 1 0 26 1 BB SO SB 33 70 18 56 133 69 23 56 31 35 67 36 46 88 48 23 42 14 49 97 35 39 106 37 0 0 2 4 23 10 1 5 7 6 4 2 9 24 6 323 710 306 1 5 9 CS 4 15 10 6 11 1 12 15 1 0 5 1 3 78 6 SLG .326 .387 .504 .308 .303 .266 .463 .365 --.324 .286 .708 .314 .373 .286 OBP .365 .361 .398 .317 .322 .346 .386 .315 --.263 .375 .500 .347 .349 .375

MATT FOX (31)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 29 BORN: 12-4-82 in Columbus, OH BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 192 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 30 days ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Nov. 17, 2011 2011: Appeared in 28 games (21 GS) with AAA Pawtucket…went 10-4 with a 3.96 ERA (57 ER, 129.2 IP)…in 21 starts went 10-3, 4.15 (51 ER, 110.2 IP) and in 7 relief appearances was 0-1, 2.84 (6 ER, 19.0 IP)…led the International League with a .230 opponents batting average (107x466)…threw 2-hit shutout with one walk and 7 strikeouts Aug. 14 at Gwinnett…on the DL Aug. 15-26 with a right shoulder impingement. PERSONAL: Matthew Jacob Fox…resides in Oviedo, FL…graduated from Douglas (FL) High School in 2001…attended the University of Central Florida…was a two-way player (RHP, SS) as a freshman and sophomore…as a junior in 2004 went 14-2, 1.85 with 125 strikeouts and a .191 opponent average…named the Atlantic Sun Pitcher of the Year… also earned Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America first-team All-America honors… originally selected by Minnesota in the supplemental first round (35th overall) of the 2004 June draft…signed by Twins scout Brad Weitzel. 123

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2004: Made pro debut with rookie-level Elizabethton…recorded 32 strikeouts in 26.2 innings…ranked as the No. 11 prospect in the Appalachian League…2005: Missed the entire season recovering from right shoulder surgery…2006: Returned from injury going 4-0 with 2 saves and a 3.79 ERA in 20 G/1 GS with Elizabethton…averaged 10.26 K/9.0 IP (46 K's, 40.1 IP)…2007: Went 7-2 with a 3.50 ERA (32 ER, 82.1 IP) for A Beloit in the Midwest League…began the season in the bullpen, going 3-0, 0.53 (1 ER, 17.0 IP) in 9 appearances…moved to the starting rotation on June 28 and went 4-2 with a 4.27 ERA (31 ER, 65.1 IP) in 13 starts…2008: Ranked 7th in the Florida State League with 3.37 ERA (44 ER, 117.2 IP) with A Fort Myers…split time between bullpen (18 G) and starting rotation (14 GS)…2009: Made AA debut with 28 appearances (26 starts) with New Britain…named to Eastern League's midseason All-Star team…ranked among EL leaders in strikeouts (3rd, 120), ERA (5th, 3.58), opponent average (4th, .250) and innings pitched (5th, 151.0)…2010: Saw first Major League action in September in 3 appearances (1 start) with Twins and Red Sox…spent bulk of season with AAA Rochester, appearing in 35 games (21 GS)…selected from Rochester on Sept. 3 and made his Major League debut that night in a start against Texas…recorded the no-decision allowing 4 hits and 2 runs in 5.2 innings…designated for assignment on Sept. 5 and claimed by Boston on Sept. 9…made 3 relief appearances for the Red Sox (0-0, 10.80).

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FOX's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CLUB Elizabethton W-L 2-1 4-0 7-2 7-7 9-9 6-9 0-0 0-0 10-4 45-32 0-0 ERA 5.40 3.79 3.50 3.37 3.58 3.95 3.18 10.80 3.96 3.76 4.91 G 8 20 22 32 28 35 1 3 28 173 4 GS 5 1 13 14 26 21 1 0 21 101 1 CG 0 Elizabethton Beloit Fort Myers New Britain Rochester MINNESOTA BOSTON 2011 Pawtucket Minor Lg Totals ML Totals SHO SV IP 0 0 26.2 Injured-Did Not Pitch 0 0 2 40.1 0 0 0 82.1 0 0 1 117.2 1 0 0 151.0 0 0 0 123.0 0 0 0 5.2 0 0 0 1.2 1 1 0 129.2 2 1 3 670.2 0 0 0 7.1 H 27 32 75 120 143 124 4 4 107 628 8 R 18 18 35 47 67 61 2 2 58 304 4 ER 16 17 32 44 60 54 2 2 57 280 4 HR 6 1 7 9 12 17 0 0 22 74 0 HB 0 3 4 2 7 2 0 0 2 20 0 BB 8 13 23 33 56 51 1 1 49 233 2 SO 32 46 66 99 120 104 0 0 122 589 0 WP 4 7 1 6 13 7 0 1 12 50 1 BK 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

NICK FRANKLIN (71)
POSITION: Infielder BORN: 3-2-91 in Sanford, FL AGE: 21 THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 180 BATS: Switch ML SERVICE: None ACQUIRED: Mariners first round selection (27th overall) in the 2009 June draft; signed by Mariners scout Chuck Carlson 2011: Began season with A High Desert…recorded a season-high 5 hits May 25 vs. Modesto (5x6, 2 R,HR, 3 RBI)…hit .318 (34x107) with 20 runs scored, 4 doubles, 1 triple, 3 home runs and 9 RBI in 25 games in May…promoted to Jackson on June 23…on disabled list with a concussion, June 27-Aug. 18, including a rehab assignment with Peoria, Aug. 1418…played for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League… went 4-for-5 with 3 runs scored, 2 doubles, 1 home run and 4 RBI to earn MVP honors in the 6th-annual Arizona Fall League Rising Stars…rated by MLB.com as the No. 52 overall prospect and No. 6 shortstop…listed by Baseball America as the Mariners No. 5 prospect. PERSONAL: Nicholas Edward Franklin…graduated from Lake Brantley (FL) High School in June, 2009…selected by the Orlando Sentinel Baseball Player of the Year in 2009… member of the 2007 and 2008 USA Baseball Youth National Team. 2009: Began pro career with the Arizona League Mariners, appearing in 10 games…hit .067 (1x15) in first 4 games, but rebounded to hit .429 over final 6 games (12x28, 4 R, 2 2B, HR, 4 RBI)…promoted to Everett on Sept. 1…hit safely in 5 of 6 games with an at-bat with 3 multi-hit games…2010: Spent majority of season with Clinton, but also appeared in 1 game with West Tenn…named Clinton’s Offensive Player of the Year by the Mariners… named to the Midwest League midseason and postseason All-Star Team…also named the top MiLB shortstop by Baseball America on their postseason All-Star list…was 1 of only 3 players in the minors to record a 20 HR-20 SB season…led the Midwest League in homers, breaking the 49-year old Clinton franchise record for single-season homers… 124

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finished amidst MWL leaders in total bases (3rd, 249), runs (T4th, 89), at-bats per HR ratio (4th, 22.30 AB/HR), slugging (9th, .485) and OPS (10th, .837)…ranked T2nd among all Mariners farmhands with 25 stolen bases…hit .318 (121x381) with 21 home runs, 53 RBI from left side of the plate, compared to .174 (23x132) with 2 home runs and 12 RBI from the right side…participated in Mariners Instructional League in Peoria…named by MLB. com as the No. 38 minor league prospect.

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FRANKLIN's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2009 AZL Mariners Everett 2010 Clinton West Tenn 2011 High Desert Jackson AZL Mariners Minor Lg Totals AVG .302 .400 .281 .667 .275 .325 .091 .288 G 10 6 129 1 64 21 3 231 AB R 43 6 20 4 513 89 3 3 258 50 83 13 11 1 920 165 H 13 8 144 2 71 27 1 265 TB 18 12 249 2 106 40 1 427 2B 3B HR RBI 2 0 1 4 2 1 0 2 22 7 23 65 0 0 0 0 10 5 5 20 3 2 2 6 0 0 0 0 39 15 31 97 SH 0 0 2 0 5 3 1 10 SF 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 3 HB 0 0 7 0 2 0 0 9 BB SO 1 6 1 2 50 123 1 1 31 56 6 18 0 6 90 206 SB 0 1 25 0 13 5 0 44 CS 0 0 10 0 1 3 0 14 SLG .419 .600 .485 .667 .411 .482 .091 .464 OBP .318 .429 .351 .750 .356 .371 .091 .356

STEVE GARRISON (88)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher AGE: 25, turns 26 Sept. 12 BORN: 9-12-86 in Trenton, NJ BATS: Switch THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 195 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 11 days ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Nov. 17, 2011 2011: Spent bulk of season with AA Trenton…recalled from minors on July 19 and made his Major League debut July 25 vs. Seattle (0.2 ShO IP)…optioned back to Trenton on July 29 and designated for assignment on Sept. 11…went 4-8 with a 5.95 ERA (50 ER, 75.2 IP) in 17 G/16 GS with AA Trenton…held left-handed batters to a .259 batting average (21x81), compared to .336 (81x241) vs. right-handers…pair of trips to the minor league DL: May 4-June 25 with left groin strain & Aug. 19-31 with left finger laceration…made one rehab appearance with Staten Island, throwing 5.0 shutout innings on June 21. PERSONAL: Stevenson Nathaniel Garrison…graduated from Hun School in Princeton, NJ…originally selected by Milwaukee in the 10th round of the 2005 June draft…signed by Brewers scout Tony Blengino. 2005: Made professional debut with AZL Brewers…appeared in 11 games (4 GS)…went 2-2 with 2 saves and a 2.86 ERA (11 ER, 34.2 IP)…2006: Spent entire season at A West Virginia…posted 7-6 record with 3.45 ERA in 17 G/16 GS…2007: Split season between the Milwaukee and San Diego organizations…traded to San Diego as part of fourplayer trade for RHP Scott Linebrink…combined to go 10-7 with a 3.25 ERA (53 ER, 146.2 IP) in 27 starts between A Brevard County and A Lake Elsinore…2008: Went 7-7, 3.82 in 24 starts with AA San Antonio…ranked among Texas League starters in K/9.0 IP (7.50), opponent batting average (5th, .249) and ERA (7th, 3.82)…tossed 7.0 hitless innings April 12 vs. Arkansas…named TL Pitcher of the Week on June 23…had season cut short with left shoulder soreness…named the Padres 6th-best prospect by Baseball America…2009: Went 1-2 with 5.56 ERA (21 ER, 34.0 IP) at three different levels in the Padres organization…began the season on the DL recovering from surgery to repair a partially torn rotator cuff…played for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League (2-2, 3.86)…suffered a torn ACL in his right knee on Nov. 14 and had surgery Nov. 25…2010: Limited to 17 combined appearances with AAA Portland, A Lake Elsinore and R AZL Padres…opened season on the DL recovering from right knee surgery…made Triple-A debut June 22 for Portland…suffered a left ankle sprain and landed on the DL July 18… designated for assignment on Sept. 6 and claimed off waivers by New York (AL).

YOUTH MOVEMENT
When this publication went to print, the Mariners have 66 players on the Spring Training Roster (40 roster, 26 non-roster)…of these 66 players, 40 have less then one year of Major League Service Time…RHP Kevin Millwood is the senior member of the roster heading into spring training with 13 years, 109 days of service time in the Majors…52 of the 66 players on the spring roster have less than 5 years of service time. 125

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GARRISON's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2005 2006 2007 CLUB W-L AZL Brewers 2-2 West Virginia 7-6 Brevard County 8-4 Lake Elsinore 2-3 2008 San Antonio 7-7 0-2 2009 AZL Padres Lake Elsinore 0-0 San Antonio 1-0 2010 Lake Elsinore 1-1 Portland 1-3 AZL Padres 0-0 2011 Trenton 4-8 Staten Island 0-0 NEW YORK (AL) 0-0 Minor Lg Totals 33-36 ML Totals 0-0 ERA 2.86 3.45 3.44 2.79 3.82 6.20 1.17 9.00 3.14 8.87 3.00 5.95 0.00 0.00 4.06 0.00 G 11 17 20 7 24 9 2 2 9 5 3 17 1 1 127 1 GS 4 16 20 7 24 9 1 2 3 5 3 16 1 0 111 0 CG 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 SHO SV IP 0 2 34.2 0 0 88.2 1 0 104.2 0 0 42.0 0 0 129.2 0 0 20.1 0 1 7.2 0 0 6.0 0 0 28.2 0 0 22.1 0 0 6.0 0 0 75.2 0 0 5.0 0 0 0.2 1 3 571.1 0 0 0.2 H 39 86 105 32 123 22 5 9 28 34 5 102 4 0 594 0 R 13 38 58 15 59 14 2 6 13 22 2 58 0 0 300 0 ER 11 34 40 13 55 14 1 6 10 22 2 50 0 0 258 0 HR 0 10 6 2 13 1 0 2 1 5 0 12 0 0 52 0 HB 0 3 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 15 0 BB 5 22 28 6 37 5 2 1 10 7 1 20 1 0 145 0 SO 28 77 74 28 108 22 7 3 13 17 8 46 4 0 435 0 WP 5 1 2 1 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 20 0 BK 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

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JARRETT GRUBE (78)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 30 BORN: 11-5-81 in Corunna, IN BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 220 ML SERVICE: None ACQUIRED: Re-signed as a minor league free agent on Oct. 27, 2011 2011: Began season with AA Jackson…recorded 7 consecutive quality starts, going 4-0 with a 3.18 ERA (14 ER, 39.2 IP), April 22-May 26…was the starting pitcher for the North squad in the Southern League All-Star game…promoted to Tacoma on June 29…went 3-0 with 1 save a 2.79 ERA (6 ER, 19.1 IP) in 7 relief appearances, compared to 1-4 with a 5.98 (27 ER, 40.2 IP) in 7 starts with the Rainiers…played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League, going 1-0 with a 3.97 ERA (10 ER, 22.2 IP) in 6 starts. PERSONAL: Jarrett George Grube (GREWBE)…resides in Corunna, IN (population 258)… graduated from DeKalb (IN) High School in June, 2000…attended Vincennes University from 2001-02, breaking the school record with a 172 strikeouts…played college baseball at the University of Memphis in 2003-04…was a first-team All-Conference USA selection as a senior in 2004, leading the league in ERA (2.73) and finishing 2nd with 110 strikeouts… originally selected by Colorado in the 10th round of the 2004 June draft. 2004: Named to the Northwest League All-Star team with Tri-City in his first professional season…first 8 appearances came in relief (2.63 ERA in 13.2 innings)…moved into the rotation on July 19 and started final 9 contests…2005: Went 3-4, 5.49 (35 ER, 57.1 IP) as a starter and 2-1, 6.65 (35 ER, 47.1 IP) in relief with Asheville…on the DL April 25-May 7 with inflammation in his left rib cage…2006: Used primarily as a long reliever, logging 2.0 or more innings in 17 appearances with Modesto…blanked opponents in 27 of 42 games…2007: Pitched the entire season for Tulsa and finished 2nd on the club in both appearances (52) and ERA (2.53) among relievers…named to the Texas League All-Star team as he went 4-2 with a 2.43 ERA (11 ER, 40.2 IP) in 30 appearances prior to the break…played for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League (0-0, 6.00, 7 G)…2008: Pitched the entire season with Tulsa and finished 2nd on the club with 49 appearances… stranded 10 of 16 inherited runners…2009: Split season between Tulsa and Colorado Springs, appearing in a combined 18 games…released by the Rockies on June 22… finished season with Southern Maryland in the independent Atlantic League…2010: Made 8 starts with Southern Maryland (3-3, 2.06) before signing with Seattle as a minor league free agent on June 7…appeared in 2 games with Tacoma before being transferred to West Tenn on June 20…tossed at least 6.0 innings in 11 of 15 starts, while recording 9 quality starts with the Diamond Jaxx…went 5-3 with 3.88 ERA (22 ER, 51.0 IP) in 11 starts for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League.

TIES
In the 35-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. 126

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GRUBE's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 CLUB W-L Tri-City 4-3 Asheville 5-5 Modesto 4-2 Tulsa 7-3 Tulsa 4-3 Colorado Springs 1-2 Tulsa 0-1 S. Maryland 3-1 2010 S. Maryland 3-3 Tacoma 0-0 West Tenn 5-5 2011 Jackson 2-2 Tacoma 4-4 Minor Lg Totals 45-34 ERA 4.24 6.02 3.69 2.53 4.26 6.00 8.44 3.36 2.06 6.23 3.23 3.11 4.95 3.96 G 17 32 42 52 49 13 5 16 8 2 15 14 14 279 GS 9 11 1 0 0 0 0 12 8 1 15 14 7 78 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 IP 57.1 104.2 70.2 67.2 67.2 18.0 5.1 75.0 48.0 8.2 94.2 84.0 60.0 761.2 H 62 119 72 58 70 32 4 90 42 10 85 79 51 774 R 38 76 34 20 34 16 5 30 12 6 37 35 34 377 ER 27 70 29 19 32 12 5 28 11 6 34 29 33 335 HR 4 17 10 4 11 3 0 4 2 2 5 4 10 76 HB 9 14 6 1 2 1 0 2 3 0 2 2 2 44 BB 13 30 17 21 33 7 4 21 15 1 26 20 18 226 SO 55 98 64 61 46 11 9 56 36 4 75 69 51 635 WP 2 5 2 1 6 3 1 4 1 0 6 6 3 40 BK 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4

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CARLOS GUILLEN (8)
POSITION: Infielder AGE: 36, turns 37 Sept. 30 BORN: 9-30-75 in Maracay, VZ BATS: Switch THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 213 ML SERVICE: 13 years, 0 days ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Feb. 1, 2012 2011: Limited to 28 games due to a pair of stints on the disabled list…sidelined March 30-July 16 as he continued to recover from left knee microfracture surgery…appeared in 16 rehab games with A Lakeland, AA Erie and AAA Toledo…made season debut July 16 in start at second base vs. Chicago (AL)…recorded a hit in each of his first 8 games (.357/10x28)…on 15-day disabled list Aug. 13-September 1 with a sore left wrist… appeared in 3 rehab games with Toldo, batting .455 (5x11)…left the game on Sept. 18 at Oakland with a right calf strain and did not see action in Detroit’s final 9 games…was not on Detroit's postseason roster. PERSONAL: Carlos Alfonso Guillen (GEE-in)…resides in Aragua, VZ with wife Amelia, sons Alfonso and Isaac, and daughter Camelia…Tigers recipient of the 2010 Roberto Clemente Award…originally signed by Houston as a non-drafted free agent on Sept. 19, 1992. CAREER: Veteran of 14 Major League seasons with Seattle (1998-2003) and Detroit (2004-2011)…is a career .285 (1331x4673) hitter with 733 runs, 266 doubles, 51 triples, 124 home runs, 660 RBI in 1,305 Major League games…in a 5-season stretch from 2004-2008, selected to three All-Star Games (2004, 2007, 2008) and combined to bat .308 (734x2383) with 157 doubles, 30 triples, 75 home runs and 361 RBI…played for Venezuela during the World Baseball Classic in 2006 and 2009…hit for the cycle Aug. 1, 2006 at Tampa Bay…switch hitter is a career .287 (995x3472) hitter from the left side and .280 (336x1201) from the right side…91 of 124 homers have been hit from the left side. 1993: Made his professional debut with the Dominican Summer League Astros…1994: Missed the entire season following left shoulder surgery…1995: Batted .295 with 17 stolen bases for the Gulf Coast League Astros…named the 4th-best prospect in both the Gulf Coast League and Astros organization following the season by Baseball America…1996: Named to the Midwest League’s All-Star squad with A Quad City…1997: Spent the majority season with AA Jackson before earning a late-season promotion to AAA New Orleans…named the 27th-best prospect in baseball prior to the season by Baseball America…1998: Opened the season with New Orleans in the Astros organization… acquired by Seattle along with Freddy Garcia (rhp) and PTBNL (John Halama) on July 31 in exchange for Randy Johnson (lhp)…assigned to AAA Tacoma following trade… made his Major League debut Sept. 6 vs. Baltimore…recorded a single off Arthur Rhodes in third ML at-bat…hit safely in 9 of his 10 games with the Mariners September 6-17, batting .333 (13x39) with 9 runs scored and 5 RBI… suffered an isolated tear of the posterior cruciate ligament in his left knee making a diving catch in the outfield Sept. 17 at Oakland…1999: Played in 5 games with the Mariners before landing on the disabled list for the remainder of the season with a torn ACL in his right knee on April 11…suffered injury April 10 after tangling with Oakland’s Tony Phillips during a rundown at home plate…underwent surgery on his right knee on April 22, a procedure performed by Dr. Larry Pedegana…played for Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League following the 127

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season…2000: Saw action at both third base and shortstop in his first extended playing time with Seattle…recalled from AAA Tacoma July 5, and started 14 straight games at shortstop July 8-24 while Alex Rodriguez was on the disabled list…hit first career grand slam against New York’s Denny Neagle at Yankee Stadium Aug. 7…finished with a teamhigh .348 batting average (32x92) in 26 games in August…bunted for a base hit and drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the 9th inning in Seattle’s series-clinching 2-1 win over the Chicago (AL) in Game 3 of the American League Division Series…saw action in two games against the Yankees in the American League Championship Series, belting a 2-run home run off Orlando Hernandez in Game 6 at Yankee Stadium…2001: Played in a career-high 140 games…ranked 4th among AL shortstops with a .980 fielding percentage…forced from the game on Aug. 29 at Tampa Bay with a sprained left ankle… missed three games before returning to action as a defensive replacement Sept. 2 at Baltimore…diagnosed with pulmonary tuberculosis on Sept. 28 and missed final 9 games of the season, Sept. 28-Oct. 7…was not on ALDS roster, but returned to see action in 3 games during the ALCS vs. New York (AL)…2002: Posted career-highs in nearly every offensive category, including hits (124), doubles (24), triples (6), home runs (9) and RBI (56)…left the game May 31 at Baltimore with a strained left ring finger; missed 8 games before returning to action on June 9 vs. Chicago (NL)…2003: Batted .276 (107x388) in fifth season with the Mariners…recorded a then-career-high 7-game hitting streak May 17-24 (.480/12x25, 8 R, 2B, 3B, HR, 3 RBI)…left the game June 14 vs. Atlanta with a bruised shin after fouling a ball off his leg in the fifth inning; missed 2 games…hit by a pitch on his left elbow June 18 against Anaheim; missed 2 games…on disabled list July 29-Aug. 23 with an inflamed pelvis…played for Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League.…2004: Acquired by Detroit on Jan. 8 in exchange for Ramon Santiago (inf) and Juan Gonzalez (inf)…selected to the American League’s all-star squad, his first career selection -- did not see action in the game at Houston’s Minute Maid Park…among AL leaders, ranked 3rd in triples (10), 5th in slugging (.542) and 6thin batting average (.318)…among AL shortstops, was 4th in assists per 9 innings (3.26), 6th in fielding percentage (.974) and 9th in double plays (90)…became the first Tigers player to collect 30 doubles, 10 triples, 20 home runs and 10 stolen bases in a season…recorded first career 2-home run game May 31 vs. Kansas City, including inside-the-park HR…earned Tigers Player of the Month honors for May (.343/35x102, 20 R, 6 2B, 4 3B, 4 HR, 17 RBI) and July (.337/35x104, 21 R, 8 2B, 2 3B, 6 HR, 23 RBI)…suffered season-ending knee surgery Sept. 11 vs. Minnesota… diagnosed with a torn right anterior cruciate ligament and underwent surgery Sept. 28 by Dr. Kyle Anderson at Henry Ford Hospital…2005: Battled injuries throughout the season, seeing action in only 87 games…hit .320 (107x334) to raise his batting average for the sixth consecutive season…named Tigers Player of the Month for April (.385/30x78, 16 R, 4 2B, 2 3B, 1 HR, 8 RBI)…ranked 2nd in the AL in April in batting average (.385) and onbase percentage (.467)…was batting .355 (60x169) through June 7 before landing on the disabled list with a pulled left hamstring (6/8-26)…led the AL in batting prior to the All-Star break (.353/79x224)…played for Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League following the season.…2006: Established career highs in games played (153), at-bats (543), runs scored (100), hits (174), doubles (41), walks (71) and stolen bases (20)…named the Tiger of the Year by Detroit’s chapter of the BBWAA…selected to Baseball America’s SecondTeam Major League All-Star squad following the season…among AL leaders, ranked 8th in on-base percentage (.400), 9th in batting average (.320) and T9th in doubles (41)…hit for the cycle Aug. 1 at Tampa Bay…hit .332 (131x395) as a left-handed batter (T3rd in AL) and .291 (43x148) as a right-handed batter…2007: Selected to the AL All-Star squad for the second time in his career…established career-highs with 21 home runs and 102 RBI…T3rd in AL with 9 triples…left the game May 30 at Tampa Bay with a mild left groin

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POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE
Of the 66 players on the Spring Training roster, 14 have appeared in at least one postseason game…number of series noted in parenthesis:
Division Series — Figgins (6), Guillen (2), Gutierrez (1), Heilman (1), Jaso (2), Kuo (2), Kinney (1), Millwood (3), Montero (1), Olivo (1), Ryan (1), Sherrill (1), Suzuki (1) League Championship Series — Figgins (3), Guillen (3), Gutierrez (1), Heilman (1), Kinney (1), Kuo (2), Millwood (2), Perez (1), Sherrill (1), Suzuki (1) World Series — Figgins (1), Guillen (1), Kinney (1), Millwood (1)

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strain; missed 4 games…recorded career-high with a 14-game hitting streak June 9-28 (.444/20x45)…left the game June 10 vs. the New York (NL) with a right hamstring spasm; missed 3 games…collected at least one RBI in 11 consecutive games June 16-28… named AL Player of the Week for June 18-24 (.476/10x21, 8 R, 3 2B, 3 HR, 11 RBI)… collected the 1,000th career hit Aug. 6 vs. Tampa Bay…hit .455 (10x22) with the bases loaded…2008: Selected to the AL All-Star squad for the third time in his career…started in left field June 1 at Seattle -- marked his first start in the outfield during his Major League career…belted 100th career home run on June 7 vs. Cleveland…scored career-high 5 runs July 21 at Kansas City…missed the club’s final 31 games of the season with lower back spasms…played for Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League following the season…2009: Limited to 81 games after missing nearly three months of the season right shoulder inflammation…on disabled list May 5-July 24 with right shoulder inflammation… homered from both sides of the plate Sept. 23 at Cleveland; marked the fourth time in his career to homer from both sides of the plate in the same game…2010: Limited to 68 games due to three separate stints on the disabled list: April 23-May 28 (left hamstring strain), July 25-Aug. 9 (right calf strain), Aug. 17-Oct. 6 (deep contusion in left knee)… connected for a walk-off home run in the 10th inning June 12 vs. Pittsburgh…underwent a surgical cleanup of the degenerative changes and microfracture surgery on his left knee on Sept. 17 by Dr. Russ Warren at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. POSTSEASON: Appeared in 6 postseason series, combining to bat .344 (21x61) with 5 doubles, 1 triples, 2 home runs and 7 RBI in 19 games…batted .571 (8x14) in 4 games of 2006 ALDS vs. New York (AL)…batted .353 (6x17) in 2006 World Series vs. St. Louis… recorded a walk-off bunt single (suicide squeeze) for Seattle in the 9th inning of the sweep-clinching Game 3 in the 2000 ALDS vs. Chicago (AL).

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GUILLEN's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 CLUB DSL Astros AVG .250 G 18 AB 56 R 12 H 14 GCL Astros Quad City Jackson New Orleans 1998 New Orleans Tacoma SEATTLE 1999 SEATTLE 2000 Tacoma SEATTLE 2001 SEATTLE 2002 SEATTLE 2003 Tacoma # SEATTLE 2004 DETROIT 2005 DETROIT 2006 DETROIT 2007 DETROIT 2008 DETROIT 2009 Lakeland # Toledo # DETROIT 2010 Toledo # West Michigan # DETROIT 2011 Lakeland # Erie # Toledo # DETROIT Minor Lg Totals Mariners Totals ML Totals .295 30 105 17 31 .330 29 112 23 37 .254 115 390 47 99 .308 3 13 3 4 .291 100 374 67 109 .228 24 92 8 21 .333 10 39 9 13 .158 5 19 2 3 .299 24 87 19 26 .257 90 288 45 74 .259 140 456 72 118 .261 134 475 73 124 .357 4 14 2 5 .276 109 388 63 107 .318 136 522 97 166 .320 87 334 48 107 .320 153 543 100 174 .296 151 564 86 167 .286 113 420 68 120 .250 5 12 3 3 .571 2 7 2 4 .242 81 277 36 67 .333 5 18 5 6 .333 2 6 0 2 .273 68 253 26 69 .200 4 15 1 3 .250 1 4 0 1 .347 14 49 9 17 .232 28 95 8 22 .282 380 1354 218 382 .264 488 1665 264 439 .285 1305 4673 733 1331 TB 2B 3B HR RBI 22 4 2 0 8 Injured - Did Not Play 45 4 2 2 15 55 7 1 3 17 147 16 1 10 39 5 1 0 0 0 171 18 4 12 51 27 1 1 1 4 16 1 1 0 5 6 0 0 1 3 38 4 1 2 11 114 15 2 7 42 162 21 4 5 53 187 24 6 9 56 12 1 0 2 4 153 19 3 7 52 283 37 10 20 97 145 15 4 5 23 282 41 5 19 85 283 35 9 21 102 183 29 2 10 54 4 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 116 10 3 11 41 12 3 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 106 17 1 6 34 5 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 26 6 0 1 9 35 2 1 3 13 576 68 12 34 163 638 80 16 29 211 2071 266 51 124 660 SH 1 1 0 4 0 6 1 0 1 1 7 7 3 0 5 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 23 28 SF 1 2 3 2 0 4 0 0 0 1 3 6 3 0 5 4 1 4 8 4 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 13 17 44 HB 1 1 0 2 0 5 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 4 3 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 5 22 BB 8 SO 12 SB 0 17 13 6 0 3 1 2 0 4 1 4 4 0 4 12 2 20 13 9 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 45 15 74 CS 0 1 6 5 0 4 2 0 0 1 3 1 5 0 4 5 3 9 8 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 19 13 47 SLG .393 .429 .491 .377 .385 .457 .293 .410 .316 .437 .396 .355 .394 .857 .394 .542 .434 .519 .502 .436 .333 .571 .419 .667 .333 .419 .333 .250 .531 .368 .425 .383 .443 OBP .348 .350 .405 .322 .308 .350 .297 .381 .200 .386 .324 .333 .326 .400 .359 .379 .368 .400 .357 .376 .438 .667 .339 .400 .429 .327 .250 .250 .418 .265 .351 .335 .355 9 17 16 25 38 78 0 4 31 61 9 17 3 9 1 6 12 17 28 53 53 89 46 91 0 1 52 64 52 87 24 45 71 87 55 93 60 67 4 3 2 1 39 56 2 4 1 0 21 41 1 2 0 2 6 10 5 16 139 254 183 312 510 804

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DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2000 SEA vs. CWS 2006 DET vs. NYY DS Totals AVG 1.000 .571 .600 G 1 4 5 AB 1 14 15 R 0 3 3 H 1 8 9 TB 1 14 15 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 3 SH 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 HB 0 0 0 BB 0 2 2 SO 0 1 1 SB 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 SLG OBP 1.000 1.000 1.000 .625 1.000 .647

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LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2000 SEA vs. NYY 2001 SEA vs. NYY 2006 DET vs. OAK LCS Totals AVG .200 .250 .188 .207 G 2 3 4 9 AB 5 8 16 29 R 1 1 1 3 H 1 2 3 6 TB 4 2 4 10 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 SH 0 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 0 HB 0 0 0 0 BB 2 0 1 3 SO 2 1 4 7 SB 0 0 0 0 CS 1 0 0 1 SLG .800 .250 .250 .345 OBP .429 .250 .235 .281

WORLD SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2006 DET vs. STL AVG .353 G 5 AB 17 R 2 H 6 TB 9 2B 3B HR RBI 1 1 0 2 SH 0 SF 0 HB 0 BB 3 SO 4 SB 1 CS 0 SLG .529 OBP .450

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE 2004 AL, Houston 2007 AL, SF 2008 AL, NYY (AL) ASG Totals AVG .000 .333 .200 G 1 1 2 AB 2 3 5 R 0 0 0 H 0 1 1 TB 0 2 2 2B 3B HR RBI Did Not Play 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 SH 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 HB 0 0 0 BB 0 1 1 SO 0 1 1 SB 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 SLG .000 .667 .400 OBP .000 .500 .333

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC
YEAR CLUB 2006 Venezuela 2009 Venezuela WBC Totals AVG .111 .267 .208 G 5 8 13 AB 18 30 48 R 1 6 7 H 2 8 10 TB 3 18 21 2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 5 2 0 3 5 SH 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 HB 0 0 0 BB 4 1 5 SO 4 3 7 SB 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 SLG .167 .600 .438 OBP .273 .290 .283

AARON HEILMAN (46)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 33 BORN: 11-12-78 in Logansport, IN BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-5 WEIGHT: 230 ML SERVICE: 7 years, 62 days ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Jan. 10, 2012 2011: Appeared in 32 games with the Arizona Diamondbacks, going 4-1 with a 6.88 ERA (27 ER, 35.1 IP)…had string of five consecutive 70-appearance seasons snapped…among ML relievers since 2006, ranks 4th in innings pitched (428.2), T7th in appearances (405) and 15th in holds (91)…made 4 appearances before landing on the 15-day disabled list with right shoulder tendinitis (April 14-May 5)…struck out at least one batter in 22 of 32 appearances…recorded 5 holds…allowed 5 of 8 inherited runners to score…released by Arizona on July 19…signed by Philadelphia as a minor league free agent on July 22 and reported to Lehigh Valley…spent time on the 7-day DL with turf toe on his right foot… released by Philadelphia on Aug. 20 and signed with Pittsburgh as a minor league free agent on Aug. 21…was 2-0, 0.00 in 7 appearances for AAA Indianapolis. PERSONAL: Aaron Michael Heilman (HILE-man)…resides in Geneva, IL with wife Kerri, and daughter Elizabeth…1997 graduate of Logansport (IN) High School…graduated in 2001 from the University of Notre Dame as a management information systems and philosophy major…was 43-7 with 12 saves and a 2.49 ERA (109 ER, 393.2 IP) during his UND career… named Big East Pitcher of the Year in 2000 and 2001…as a senior, went 15-0 with 12 complete games, 3 shutouts and a 1.74 ERA in 15 starts en route to earning consensus First-Team All-American honors…originally selected by New York (NL) in the first round (18th overall) in the 2001 June draft…also selected in the 1997 (55th round, NYY) and 2000 (1st round - 31st overall, MIN) drafts, but did not sign. 2001: Made 7 starts in professional debut with A St. Lucie in the Florida State League…went 0-1 with a 2.35 ERA (10 ER, 38.1 IP)…made debut July 28 vs. Daytona, allowing 1 run on 4 hits and 1 walk with 4 strikeouts over 3.0 innings…2002: Combined to go 6-7 with 3.64 ERA in 27 games (24 starts) with AA Binghamton and AAA Norfolk…held opponents to 130

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a .238 average (127x534) with 44 walks and 132 strikeouts…2003: Opened season with Norfolk and made Major League debut with the Mets in June…went 6-4, 3.24 in 16 starts with Norfolk…had contract purchased on June 26 and made ML debut that night vs. Florida (6.0,6,5,1,2,2)…recorded first Major League win July 21 at Philadelphia…2004: Made 26 starts with Norfolk and also started 5 games for the Mets late in the season… recalled by the Mets to start on Aug. 23, suffered a 9-4 loss vs. Padres then was optioned back to Norfolk on Aug. 24…rejoined the Mets on Sept. 8 and made 4 more starts…2005: First full season in the Major Leagues…opened the season as a starter before being converted to a reliever in mid-May…started 7 of his first 8 games before making 45 relief appearances…among NL relievers, ranked 10th with a 2.18 ERA (16 ER, 66.0 IP)… after the All-Star break, led all relievers with a 0.68 ERA (3 ER, 40.0 IP) while holding opponents scoreless in 22 of 26 outings…tossed CG shutout, a one-hitter with 3 walks and 7 strikeouts, in a 4-0 win on April 15 vs. Florida…recorded his first ML save Aug. 17 vs. Pittsburgh…2006: Among NL relievers, ranked 2nd with 27 holds and 5th with 87.0 innings pitched…among ML relievers, ranked 4th in holds and 7th in innings pitched…in September, held opponents scoreless in 10 of 11 outings for a 0.77 ERA (1 ER, 11.2 IP)… went 0-1 with a 3.68 ERA (3 ER, 7.1 IP) while holding opponents scoreless in 4 of 6 games in the NLDS vs. Dodgers and NLCS vs. Cardinals…in Game 7 of the NLCS, suffered the loss, 3-1, after allowing a 2-run home run to Yadier Molina in the ninth inning…had right elbow surgery on Oct. 23 performed by Dr. David Altchek…2007: Set career highs with 81 appearances and a 3.03 ERA…81 outings ranked 2nd in Mets single-season history… among NL relievers, ranked 3rd with 7 wins, 5th with 86.0 innings pitched, T5th with 81 games and T8th with 22 holds…among ML relievers, ranked T4th in wins, T6th in appearances and 8th in innings pitched…allowed only 8 of 29 inherited runners (27.6%) to score…2008: Among NL relievers, ranked 7th with 78 appearances and T12th with 76.0 innings pitched…secured 57th hold April 19 at Philadelphia, surpassing Dennis Cook (56 holds) for the franchise record (since broken by Pedro Feliciano)…traded to Seattle as part of a 3 team, 12-player trade on Dec. 10…2009: In his lone season with the Cubs, held opponents to a .257 (68x265) batting average, including .210 vs. lefties (22x105)… converted lone save with a perfect 10th inning in a 9-8 win Aug. 1 at Florida…2010: Led Arizona with 70 appearances…went 5-8 with a 4.50 ERA (36 ER, 72.0 IP), .260 opponents average, 26 walks and 55 strikeouts…converted career-high 6 saves after being tabbed as the closer for the middle part of the season…led the club with 12 holds and tied Esmerling Vasquez for the most strikeouts among D-backs relief pitchers.

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HEILMAN's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L 2001 St. Lucie 0-1 2002 Binghamton 4-4 Norfolk 2-3 2003 Norfolk 6-4 NEW YORK (NL) 2-7 2004 Norfolk 7-10 NEW YORK (NL) 1-3 2005 NEW YORK (NL) 5-3 2006 NEW YORK (NL) 4-5 2007 NEW YORK (NL) 7-7 2008 NEW YORK (NL) 3-8 2009 CHICAGO (NL) 4-4 2010 ARIZONA 5-8 2011 ARIZONA 4-1 Lehigh Valley 0-0 Indianapolis 2-0 Minor Lg Totals 21-22 ML Totals 35-46 ERA 2.35 3.82 3.28 3.24 6.75 4.33 5.46 3.17 3.62 3.03 5.21 4.11 4.50 6.88 8.38 0.00 3.71 4.40 G 7 17 10 16 14 26 5 53 74 81 78 70 70 32 9 7 92 477 GS 7 17 7 16 13 26 5 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 73 25 CG 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 SHO SV IP 0 0 38.1 0 0 96.2 0 0 49.1 0 0 94.1 0 0 65.1 0 0 151.2 0 0 28.0 1 5 108.0 0 0 87.0 0 1 86.0 0 3 76.0 0 1 72.1 0 6 72.0 0 0 35.1 0 0 9.2 0 1 8.2 0 1 448.2 1 16 630.0 H 26 85 42 99 79 156 27 87 73 72 75 68 73 48 14 3 425 602 R 11 43 18 37 53 88 17 40 37 36 48 34 37 28 9 0 206 330 ER 10 41 18 34 49 73 17 38 35 29 44 33 36 27 9 0 185 308 HR 0 7 3 5 13 15 4 6 5 8 10 9 9 8 1 0 31 72 HB 1 6 1 2 3 10 0 6 3 5 9 1 5 1 0 0 20 33 BB 13 28 16 32 41 66 13 37 28 20 46 34 26 11 6 3 164 256 SO 39 97 35 71 51 123 22 106 73 63 80 65 55 33 8 6 379 548 WP 1 5 0 1 5 5 0 1 5 2 2 4 8 0 1 0 13 27 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2006 NYM vs. LAD W-L 0-0 ERA 3.00 G 3 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 3.0 H 3 R 1 ER 1 HR 1 HB 0 BB 0 SO 1 WP 0 BK 0

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2006 NYM vs. STL W-L 0-1 ERA 4.15 G 3 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 4.1 H 4 R 2 ER 2 HR 1 HB 0 BB 1 SO 5 WP 1 BK 0

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SEAN HENN (39)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher AGE: 30, turns 31 April 23 BORN: 4-23-81 in Fort Worth, TX BATS: Right THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 235 ML SERVICE: 1 year, 113 days ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Nov. 21, 2011 2011: Spent entire season with AAA Las Vegas in the Toronto organization…posted a 2.79 ERA (19 ER, 61.1 IP) in 43 relief appearances…stranded 11 of 15 inherited runners…went 3-for-5 in save opportunities…held LH batters to .218 (17x78) batting average. PERSONAL: Sean Michael Henn…resides in Aledo, TX…attended McLennan Community College (TX)…has Major League service time with New York (AL), San Diego, Minnesota & Baltimore…originally selected by New York (AL) in the 26th round of the 2000 June draft…signed by Yankees scout Mark Batchko. 2001: Made debut with A Staten Island…2002: Missed entire season recovering from left elbow (Tommy John) surgery…2003: Spent majority of season with A Tampa…had two trips to DL, April 3-May 1 with a left elbow strain and June 12-July 19 with a left shoulder strain…2004: Went 6-8 with 4.41 ERA in 27 starts for AA Trenton…led the Eastern League in innings pitched (163.2), T1st in starts (27) and 9th in strikeouts (118)…2005: Began the season with Trenton…allowed just 2 runs in 25.1 innings (4 GS)…made Major League debut May 4 in a start at Tampa Bay…optioned to Columbus following the game… recalled by New York (AL) June 18 and made 2 starts…on the MiLB disabled list July 22-Aug. 4 with tightness in his left forearm…went 7-6 with a 2.66 ERA in 20 minor league starts between Trenton and Columbus…2006: Began season with Columbus…on the DL list April 17-June 13 with a strained left shoulder…moved to the bullpen on July 2 and appeared in four games before landing back on the disabled list July 15-Aug. 15 with strained left groin…recalled by New York (AL) on Sept. 5…pitched for Peoria Saguaros in the Arizona Fall League…2007: Went 2-2 with a 7.12 ERA in 5 stints with the Yankees (April 2-May 15, June 5-22, July 22-Aug. 4, Aug. 15-28, Sept. 9-30)…made the Opening Day roster and tossed a scoreless inning, April 2 vs. Tampa Bay…earned his first Major League win April 19 vs. Cleveland…optioned to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre four times throughout the season…2008: Began season on the DL with left shoulder tendinitis… designated for assignment on April 30 and claimed by San Diego on May 9…appeared in 4 games with the Padres, striking out 9 in 9.1 innings…on the DL June 28-remainder of season with a strained left shoulder…2009: Began the season with AAA Rochester in the Twins organization…appeared in 14 games for the Twins…acquired by Baltimore in exchange for cash considerations on Sept. 9…2010: Spent entire season with AAA Las Vegas in the Toronto organization…finished 3rd on the team with 97.1 IP…in 28 relief outings, posted a 2-1 record with 2 saves and 1.72 ERA.

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HENN's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L ERA 2001 Staten Island 3-1 3.00 2002 2003 Tampa 4-3 3.61 GCL Yankees 1-1 2.25 2004 Trenton 6-8 4.41 2005 Trenton 2-1 0.71 NEW YORK (AL) 0-3 11.12 Columbus 5-5 3.23 2006 Columbus 3-1 4.01 NEW YORK (AL) 0-1 4.82 2007 NEW YORK (AL) 2-2 7.12 Scranton/WB 1-3 3.24 2008 Tampa 0-0 0.00 Scranton/WB 1-0 1.35 SAN DIEGO 0-0 7.71 Portland 0-0 14.21 2009 Rochester 1-1 2.33 MINNESOTA 0-3 7.15 BALTIMORE 0-0 9.00 2010 Las Vegas 3-4 4.73 2011 Las Vegas 3-2 2.79 Minor Lg Totals 33-30 3.67 AL Totals 2-9 7.53 NL Totals 0-0 7.71 ML Totals 2-9 7.56 G 9 GS 8 CG 0 16 16 2 1 27 +27 4 4 3 3 16 16 18 6 4 1 29 1 16 3 3 0 5 0 4 0 9 0 28 0 14 0 6 0 38 9 43 0 234 90 56 5 4 0 60 5 SHO SV IP 0 1 42.0 Injured-Did Not Pitch 0 0 0 72.1 0 0 0 8.0 0 0 0 *163.1 0 0 0 25.1 0 0 0 11.1 1 1 0 86.1 0 0 0 42.2 0 0 0 9.1 0 0 0 36.2 0 0 0 33.1 0 0 0 4.0 0 0 0 6.2 0 0 0 9.1 0 0 0 6.1 0 0 6 38.2 0 0 0 11.1 0 0 0 3.0 0 0 2 97.0 0 0 3 61.1 1 1 12 687.1 0 0 0 71.2 0 0 0 9.1 0 0 0 81.0 H 26 69 5 173 16 18 79 44 11 44 29 5 5 11 10 37 9 6 110 55 663 88 11 99 R 15 31 3 94 2 16 37 19 5 32 12 0 2 8 10 18 9 3 57 21 321 65 8 73 ER 14 29 2 80 2 14 31 19 5 29 12 0 1 8 10 10 9 3 51 19 280 60 8 68 HR 3 3 1 11 1 3 5 1 2 6 1 0 0 1 1 3 2 0 7 3 40 13 1 14 HB 1 1 0 6 0 0 4 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 17 5 0 5 BB 15 37 3 63 9 11 27 20 5 27 9 0 1 9 10 16 8 4 53 29 292 55 9 64 SO 49 52 10 118 21 3 64 33 7 28 30 5 7 9 3 45 9 6 65 61 563 53 9 62 WP 4 7 1 12 2 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 5 4 40 2 1 3 BK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

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RALPH HENRIQUEZ (73)
POSITION: Catcher AGE: 24, turns 25 April 7 BORN: 4-7-87 in Key West, FL BATS: Switch THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 205 ML SERVICE: None ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Dec. 11, 2009 2011: Appeared in 1 game with A High Desert, before transferring to AA Jackson on April 8…promoted to Tacoma on June 30…hit safely 10 of 11 games with 9 multi-hit games, July 5-23 (.426/20x47, 8 R, 4 2B, HR, 9 RBI). PERSONAL: Ralph Manuel Henriquez Jr…resides in Key West, FL…graduated from Key West (FL) High School in June, 2005…originally selected in the second round of the 2005 June draft by the Houston Astros. 2005: Began pro career in Greenville, appearing in 46 games…2006: Spent second season at Greenville, appearing in games at catcher (40) and designated hitter (22)…participated in the Nolan Ryan Houston Astros camp…2007: Appeared in 103 games with Lexington… participated in Houston Astros camp for top prospects…traded New York (NL) in exchange for Josh Appell on Dec. 6, 2007…2008: Split season between Brooklyn and Savannah…recorded a career-high 4 hits with Brooklyn June 22 at Aberdeen (4x5, 2B, RBI)…2009: Spent majority of the season with Brooklyn, but also appeared in games with St. Lucie and Savannah…2010: Split season between A High Desert (May 27-June 7, July 5-Aug. 8, Aug. 11-remainder of season) and AA West Tenn (June 8-July 4, Aug. 9-11)…started season on the disabled list with right knee strain and activated on May 27…combined to throw out 21 of 81 attempted base stealers (25.9%).

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HENRIQUEZ's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2005 Greeneville Greeneville 2007 Lexington 2008 Brooklyn Savannah 2009 St. Lucie Savannah Brooklyn 2010 High Desert West Tenn 2011 High Desert Jackson Tacoma Minor Lg Totals AVG .215 .231 .185 .210 .273 .444 .265 .261 .257 .324 .250 .196 .256 .228 G AB R 46 158 15 62 238 15 103 372 30 20 62 4 9 33 2 6 18 1 9 34 2 48 165 20 31 113 10 11 37 5 1 4 0 42 138 12 37 133 14 425 1505 130 H 34 55 69 13 9 8 9 43 29 12 1 27 34 343 TB 54 81 104 16 13 10 10 59 41 18 2 38 44 490 2B 3B HR RBI 11 3 1 26 11 0 5 37 12 1 7 36 3 0 0 1 2 1 0 3 2 0 0 5 1 0 0 2 8 1 2 16 9 0 1 6 3 0 1 8 1 0 0 0 6 1 1 18 7 0 1 16 76 7 19 174 SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 SF 2 5 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 4 19 HB 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 BB SO 6 46 15 56 21 86 4 15 0 6 1 3 1 5 10 28 3 26 0 5 0 2 12 29 5 17 78 324 SB 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 CS 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 6 SLG .342 .340 .280 .258 .394 .556 .294 .358 .363 .486 .500 .275 .331 .326 OBP .246 .274 .227 .269 .273 .474 .286 .305 .276 .324 .250 .255 .275 .265

LUIS JIMENEZ (79)
POSITION: Designated Hitter/First Baseman AGE: 29, turns 30 May 7 BORN: 5-7-82 in Bobare, VZ BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 280 ML SERVICE: None ACQUIRED: Re-signed as a minor league free agent on Jan. 4, 2012 2011: Combined to bat .294 (113x385) with 16 home runs and 75 RBI in 104 games with AA Jackson (30 G) and AAA Tacoma (74 G)…opened the season on the Jackson disabled list with a right groin strain (April 7-20)…batted .317 (32x101) with 4 homers and 18 RBI in 30 games with the Generals…promoted to Tacoma May 12-July 30…played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League…led the VWL in games played (63), T3rd in home runs (10), 5th in total bases (108) and 9th in batting average (.300/66x220)…won the DWL All-Star Game home run derby. PERSONAL: Luis Antonio Camacaro Jimenez (hee-MEN-ez)…originally signed with Oakland as a non-drafted free agent on Jan. 18, 1999.

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JIMENEZ (continued)
1999: Began professional career with Oakland’s DSL entry…posted 11 RBI in 34 games…2000: Posted 39 walks and .400 OBP in 59 games in second season in the Dominican Summer League…2001: In first season on domestic soil, batted .214 with Oakland's Rookie-level Arizona Summer League club…2002: Signed with Baltimore as a minor league free agent on Oct. 29, 2001…paced Appalachian League with .375 batting average and .597 slugging percentage…named Appalachian League All-Star…2003: Posted a .349 on-base percentage in 53 games for short-season Aberdeen of the New York-Penn League…2004: Selected by Los Angeles (NL) in the minor league portion of the Rule 5 draft on Dec. 14, 2003…hit 20 home runs for A Columbus in the South Atlantic League…2005: Signed with Minnesota as a minor league free agent on Dec. 17, 2004…in only season in Twins chain, hit .306 with 15 homers against opposing righthanded pitchers…2006: Tailed 22 doubles, team-best 17 homers, 70 RBI and a careerhigh 58 walks for AA Portland of the Eastern League…played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League (.306, 4 HR, 24 RBI)…2007: Blasted 23 home runs at 2 levels in Boston organization…22 homers with Bowie ranked 5th in the Eastern League…played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League (.273, 2 HR, 8 RBI)…2008: Signed with Washington as a minor league free agent on Nov. 28, 2007…split season between Harrisburg and Columbus…played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League (.329, 6 HR, 31 RBI)…2009: Appeared in 39 games with the Nippon Ham Fighters in the Japan Pacific League… played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League (.326, 9 HR, 43 RBI)…2010: Played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League…led the league in home runs (12) and walks (57), while also ranking among the league leaders in RBI (40, 2nd), on-base percentage (.475, 2nd) runs scored (36, 4th) and total bases (102, T4th)…did not play during the regular minor league season.

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JIMENEZ's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 CLUB DSL Athletics DSL Athletics AZL Athletics Bluefield Aberdeen Columbus New Britain Portland Pawtucket Bowie 2008 Harrisburg Columbus 2009 Nippon 2010 2011 Jackson Tacoma Minor Lg Totals Japan Totals AVG .212 .285 .214 .375 .244 .288 .278 .276 .148 .328 .260 .330 .231 .317 .285 .283 .231 G 34 59 24 51 53 110 116 115 25 90 77 33 39 AB 104 214 70 176 168 392 431 395 81 320 246 91 121 R 9 45 8 40 17 62 61 74 4 57 35 9 13 H 22 61 15 66 41 113 120 109 12 105 64 30 28 TB 28 91 18 105 53 199 199 186 17 189 114 37 48 2B 3B HR RBI 2 2 0 11 7 4 5 37 1 1 0 12 13 1 8 42 9 0 1 21 24 1 20 75 29 1 16 69 22 2 17 70 2 0 1 7 18 0 22 79 8 0 14 42 4 0 1 10 5 0 5 14 DID NOT PLAY 3 1 4 18 12 1 12 57 154 14 121 550 5 0 5 14 SH 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 SF 2 0 4 1 0 3 0 6 1 5 1 1 0 1 3 28 0 HB 1 2 0 1 1 3 2 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 16 1 BB SO 13 25 39 45 8 23 33 33 26 40 51 104 45 104 58 90 9 21 41 71 35 44 12 22 5 35 18 17 39 55 427 694 5 35 SB 1 3 2 9 7 6 3 9 1 1 3 0 0 2 2 49 0 CS 1 4 0 1 4 2 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 19 0 SLG .269 .425 .257 .597 .315 .508 .462 .471 .210 .591 .463 .407 .397 .485 .461 .461 .397 OBP .300 .400 .280 .474 .349 .372 .349 .371 .231 .399 .351 .404 .268 .417 .370 .371 .268

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MUNENORI KAWASAKI (61)
POSITION: Infielder AGE: 30, turns 31 June 3 BORN: 6-3-81 in Kagoshima, Japan BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 165 ML SERVICE: None ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent on Jan. 11, 2012 2011: Appeared in 144 games for the Fukuoka Softbank Hawks in the Japan Pacific League…helped lead Fukuoka to the Japan Series championship…named a NPB AllStar for the 8th consecutive season…hit .267 (161x603) with 19 doubles, 7 triples and 37 RBI…recorded a .981 FLD% (12 E, 617 TC). PERSONAL: Munenori (moo-neh-noer-ee) Kawasaki (kah-wuh-sah-kee)…selected in the 4th round of the 1999 NPB amateur draft by the Fukuoka Daiei Hawks…played for Japan in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and was a member of the gold medal squad in the 2006 and 2009 World Baseball Classic. 2001: Made his debut with Fukuoka at the Major League level on Oct. 3 vs. Orix…ranked 134

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2nd in the Western League (minors) with 29 stolen bases…2002: Saw action in 36 games at the Major League level…won the Western League batting title batting .367…played for Japan in the IBAF International Cup…2003: Fukuoka's Opening Day shortstop for the first time in his career…helped lead club to Japan Series championship…2004: Tied for Pacific League lead in hits (171) and led the circuit with 42 steals…earned the Best Nine and Golden Glove awards…2005: Hit .271 (108x399) in 102 games…2006: Won the Pacific League Best Nine and Golden Glove awards…received the most fan votes at shortstop for the MLB-NPB All-Star Series held in November…starting shortstop for Japan in the inaugural World Baseball Classic…2007: Limited to a career-low 95 games…hit .329 (126x383)…2008: Hit .366 vs. the Central League to earn Interleague MVP honors…appeared in 99 games battling through an injured left foot…appeared in 3 games for Japan in the Beijing Olympics…2009: Hit .259 (140x540) with 26 doubles, 8 triples and 4 home runs…stole career-high 44 bases…member of Japan's gold medal winning World Baseball Classic squad…2010: Recorded career-highs with 190 hits and 27 doubles…also tied career-high with 4 home runs.

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KAWASAKI's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2001 FUKUOKA 2002 FUKUOKA 2003 FUKUOKA 2004 FUKUOKA 2005 FUKUOKA 2006 FUKUOKA 2007 FUKUOKA 2008 FUKUOKA 2009 FUKUOKA 2010 FUKUOKA 2011 FUKUOKA Japan Totals AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH .000 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .232 36 112 13 26 40 4 5 0 8 6 .294 133 493 78 145 186 17 9 2 51 28 .303 133 564 87 +171 218 19 8 4 45 15 .271 102 399 53 108 138 12 3 4 36 22 .312 115 449 69 140 184 21 7 3 27 27 .329 95 383 57 126 164 12 7 4 43 10 .321 99 424 55 136 167 16 6 1 34 6 .259 143 540 73 140 194 26 8 4 34 43 .316 144 602 74 190 239 27 5 4 53 10 .267 144 603 71 161 197 19 7 1 37 9 .294 1145 4573 631 1343 1727 173 65 27 369 176 SF 0 0 2 3 3 0 1 5 3 0 4 21 HB 0 0 4 3 8 5 4 6 7 7 3 47 BB SO SB CS 1 0 0 0 4 21 3 2 41 74 30 16 48 63 *42 13 26 52 21 10 32 54 24 9 29 46 23 8 16 40 19 9 47 90 44 17 43 86 30 11 36 84 31 10 323 610 267 105 SLG .000 .357 .377 .387 .346 .410 .428 .394 .359 .397 .327 .378 OBP .200 .259 .352 .359 .326 .364 .381 .350 .325 .368 .310 .345

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC
YEAR CLUB 2006 Japan 2009 Japan WBC Totals AVG .259 .429 .294 G 8 5 13 AB 27 7 34 R 6 3 9 H 7 3 10 TB 11 3 14 2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 6 SH 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 HB 0 0 0 BB 2 0 2 SO 1 0 1 SB 2 1 3 CS 0 0 0 SLG .407 .429 .412 OBP .310 .429 .333

JOSH KINNEY (53)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 32, turns 33 March 31 BORN: 3-31-79 in Coudersport, PA BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 215 ML SERVICE: 2 years, 163 days ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Dec. 12, 2011 2011: Spent a majority of the season with AAA Charlotte in White Sox organization…made 13 appearances with the White Sox (0-0, 6.62)…owned a 1.54 ERA (2 ER, 11.2 IP) over his first 8 appearances, compared to a 16.50 ERA (11 ER, 6.0 IP) over his final 5…recorded at least one strikeout in 10 of his 13 appearances…selected from Charlotte on Aug. 19 and made White Sox debut that night vs. Texas…established career highs in IP (3.0) and strikeouts (6) in his first outing since 10/4/09 vs. Milwaukee…went 6-3 with a 2.77 ERA (19 ER, 61.2 IP), 14 saves and 66 strikeouts over 49 games with Charlotte. PERSONAL: Joshua Thomas Kinney (KIN-ee)…resides in Springfield, MO…attended Port Allegany High School and went to college at Quincy University. 2001: Opened professional career with River City in the independent Frontier League… signed by St. Louis as a free agent on June 15…was 3-4 with a 3.86 ERA (20 ER, 46.2 IP) in 30 combined appearances (3 GS) with A New Jersey and A Peoria…2002: Spent the entire season with A Potomac, going 1-3 with a 2.29 ERA (14 ER, 55.0 IP) in 44 outings…ranked 8th among St. Louis minor league relievers in ERA…2003: Was 5-1 with a 1.11 ERA (10 ER, 81.0 IP) over 60 appearances between A Palm Beach and AA Tennessee…2004: Appeared in 57 games between Palm Beach and Tennessee, going 3-9 with a 5.34 ERA (38 ER, 64.0 IP) and 60 strikeouts…led all Cardinals farmhands with 57 135

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appearances…2005: Appeared in 26 games with AA Springfield before being promoted to Memphis…was 5-2 with a 1.29 ERA (6 ER, 42.0 IP) and 11 saves with Springfield and 1-2 with a 7.36 mark (21 ER, 25.2 IP) at Memphis…compiled a 20.0 scoreless IP streak (13 games) from April 13-May 9 with Springfield…2006: Made Major League debut and part of bullpen for World Series champions…had contract purchased by St. Louis on July 2 and made debut July 3 at Atlanta…allowed a HR on first ML pitch to Ryan Langerhans… did not allow a run in 7 postseason relief appearances (6.1 IP)… posted the win in Game 2 of the NLCS vs. New York (NL) with a scoreless 8th inning that featured an inningending double-play…made 2 appearances in the World Series, in Game 2 & 4, totaling 1.0 IP…did not allow a hit, walked two and fanned one in the Fall Classic…elected to participate in the AAA All-Star Game, but could not attend due to his promotion to the Cardinals…2007: Missed the entire season after undergoing “Tommy John” surgery on his right elbow March 13, performed by Dr. George Paletta…suffered a fracture of right elbow during his rehabilitation and had surgery to repair it on Aug. 17…2008: Saw action for the first time since 2006 season after missing the entire 2007 season and most of 2008 recovering from “Tommy John” surgery (3/13/07)…missed exactly 300 games (162 in ‘07 and 138 in ‘08)…appeared in 4 games in a rehab assignment at AA Springfield…2009: Split season between St. Louis and Memphis…made St. Louis Opening Day roster… picked up first Major League win June 27 vs. Minnesota…ranked rd among Memphis relief pitchers with 52 strikeouts and 2nd with 10 holds…2010: Spent the entire season with AAA Memphis in the St. Louis organization (1-4, 1.80, 17 SV)…limited opponents to a .200 (42x210) average, including a .167 (15x90) mark by left-handers…46 of his 56 outings were scoreless…was designated for assignment on July 2.

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KINNEY's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L 2001 River City 1-0 New Jersey 2-0 Peoria 1-4 2002 Potomac 1-3 2003 Palm Beach 3-0 Tennessee 2-1 0-1 2004 Palm Beach Tennessee 3-8 2005 Memphis 1-2 Springfield 5-2 2006 Memphis 2-2 ST. LOUIS 0-0 2007 2008 Springfield # 0-1 ST. LOUIS 0-0 2009 Memphis 3-3 ST. LOUIS 1-0 2010 Memphis 3-4 2011 Charlotte 6-3 CHICAGO (AL) 0-0 Minor Lg Totals 33-34 AL Totals 0-0 NL Totals 1-0 ML Totals 1-0 ERA 1.71 0.00 4.39 2.29 1.52 0.68 4.32 5.50 7.36 1.29 1.52 3.24 7.36 0.00 3.86 8.80 1.80 2.77 6.62 2.78 6.62 4.56 5.12 G 3 3 27 44 31 29 7 50 26 32 51 21 4 7 38 17 56 49 13 450 13 45 58 GS 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO SV IP 0 0 21.0 0 0 5.2 0 0 41.0 0 7 55.0 0 3 41.1 0 2 39.2 0 0 8.1 0 4 55.2 0 0 25.2 0 11 42.0 0 3 71.0 0 0 25.0 Injured-Did Not Pitch 0 0 0 3.2 0 0 0 7.0 0 0 1 44.1 0 0 0 15.1 0 0 17 60.0 0 0 14 61.2 0 0 0 17.2 0 0 62 576.0 0 0 0 17.2 0 0 0 47.1 0 0 0 65.0 H 18 2 47 52 38 19 8 67 40 28 46 17 4 3 43 23 42 49 23 503 23 43 66 R 7 0 24 21 7 4 6 40 21 9 16 9 3 0 21 15 15 22 13 216 13 24 37 ER 4 0 20 14 7 3 4 34 21 6 12 9 3 0 19 15 12 19 13 178 13 24 37 HR 1 0 1 2 0 2 1 6 4 2 2 3 0 0 6 2 4 2 1 33 1 5 6 HB 2 0 7 3 0 0 1 3 2 0 5 1 1 0 6 2 5 5 2 40 2 3 5 BB 7 0 15 23 10 12 6 34 19 12 29 8 0 1 20 11 17 17 7 221 7 20 27 SO 18 5 35 42 35 48 12 48 25 42 76 22 5 8 52 8 51 66 20 560 20 38 58 WP 0 0 4 6 5 1 0 6 4 1 12 0 0 0 7 0 2 6 1 54 1 0 1 BK 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2006 STL vs. SD W-L 0-0 ERA 0.00 G 2 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 2.0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 HR 0 HB 0 BB 1 SO 1 WP 0 BK 0

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2006 STL vs. NYM W-L 1-0 ERA 0.00 G 3 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 3.1 H 3 R 0 ER 0 HR 0 HB 0 BB 1 SO 4 WP 0 BK 0

WORLD SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2006 STL vs. DET W-L 0-0 ERA 0.00 G 2 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 1.0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 HR 0 HB 1 BB 2 SO 1 WP 0 BK 0

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JEFF MARQUEZ (69)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 27, turns 28 Aug. 10 BORN: 8-10-84 in Vacaville, CA BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 190 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 91 days ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Nov. 11, 2011 2011: Split season between Chicago (AL) and New York (AL) organizations, that included stops with four minor league teams…made 3 relief appearances with the Yankees, allowing 5 hits and 1 ER in 4.0 IP without recording a decision (2.25 ERA, 2K)…placed on the 15day disabled list with a sore right shoulder on June 22…transferred to the 60-day DL on Aug. 16…returned from rehab, reinstated from the 60-day disabled list and outrighted to AA Trenton Aug. 24…combined to make 7 rehab starts with the GCL Yankees, A Tampa and Trenton, going 2-1 with a 4.24 ERA (11 ER, 23.1 IP)…made 2 starts with Trenton following DL stint, going 1-0 with a 1.93 ERA (3 ER, 14.0 IP)…began the season with AAA Charlotte (Chicago-AL), going 3-4 with a 3.97 ERA in 9 starts…recalled by Chicago (AL) on May 30, but did not appear in a game…designated for assignment on June 5… claimed by the Yankees off waivers from, signed to a Major League contract and selected to the Yankees 25-man roster on June 8….named to the USA Baseball 2011 World Cup/ Pan Am Team roster…went 1-2 with a 8.56 ERA (13 ER, 13.2 IP) in 3 starts for Team USA. PERSONAL: Jeffrey Joseph Marquez (mahr-KEHZ)…resides in Las Vegas, NV…graduated in 2002 from Will C. Wood High School in Vacaville, CA…attended Sacramento City College…originally selected by New York (AL) in the supplemental first round (41st overall) in the 2004 June draft…signed by Yankees scouts Fay Thompson and Jeff Patterson. 2004: Combined to go 4-4 with a 2.49 ERA (18 ER, 65.0 IP) in 15 games (13 starts) with GCL Yankees and A Staten Island…2005: Went 9-13 with a 3.42 ERA (53 ER, 139.2 IP) in 27 starts with A Charleston (S.C.)…ranked 9th in the South Atlantic League in ERA… named the SAL Pitcher of the Week for the period of July 4-10…2006: Was 7-5 with a 3.61 ERA (37 ER, 92.1 IP) in 18 games (17 starts) with A Tampa…on the DL with a strained right elbow from June 6-July 31…pitched for West Oahu of the Hawaiian Winter League…2007: Led the Eastern League in wins (15) and starts (27) and ranked 10th in ERA (3.65) with AA Trenton…finished 2nd among all Class AA pitchers and T9th overall in the minors in wins…ranked first among all Yankees farmhands in wins and IP, recording the 2nd-most victories in Trenton franchise history…was the starting pitcher in the EL All-Star Game, tossing 1.0 scoreless IP…2008: Went 8-8 with a 4.47 ERA (51 ER, 102.2) in 19 games (18 starts) with AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, GCL Yankees and Trenton… made 9 appearances (5 starts) with the Peoria Javelinas and Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League…acquired by Chicago (AL) on Nov. 13 with Wilson Betemit (inf) and Jhonny Nunez (rhp) in exchange for Nick Swisher (of) and Kanekoa Texeira (rhp)…2009: Limited to 11 starts with AAA Charlotte due to right elbow inflammation…on the disabled list from April 29-June 13…placed on the disabled list for the second time July 20, and missed the remainder of the season…2010: Spent the majority of the season with AAA Charlotte, going 8-9 with a 4.48 ERA (72 ER, 144.2 IP) in 27 games (26 starts)…went 7-1 with a 3.21 ERA (30 ER, 84.0 IP) in 15 starts from April 30-July 21…recalled from Charlotte on July 7…made his Major League debut July 9 vs. Kansas City (2 ER, 1.0 IP)…optioned back to Charlotte on July 10…on the MiLB disabled list from July 28-Aug. 8 with a sprained right ankle.

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BY THE NUMBERS
During the 35 years of Mariners baseball, 68 different uniform numbers have appeared in an official game by either a manager, coach or player…every number from #1-64 has been worn, as well as #00 by Jeffrey Leonard in 1989-90…the highest numbered jersey is #96 (Mac Suzuki)…the most common uniform number has been #27, worn by 22 different players and coaches…ironically Diego Segui (wearing #27) threw out the first pitch in franchise history on April 6, 1977 vs. the California Angels.

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MARQUEZ's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L 2004 GCL Yankees 2-0 Staten Island 2-4 2005 Charleston 9-13 7-5 2006 Tampa GCL Yankees 0-1 *15-9 2007 Trenton 2008 Scranton/WB 6-7 GCL Yankees 1-0 Trenton 1-1 2009 Charlotte 2-8 2010 Charlotte 8-9 CHICAGO (AL) 0-0 2011 Charlotte 3-4 CHICAGO (AL) NEW YORK (AL) 0-0 GCL Yankees # 0-0 Tampa # 1-1 Trenton 2-0 Minor Lg Totals 59-62 ML Totals 0-0 ERA 0.63 3.02 3.42 3.61 3.18 3.65 4.69 5.40 2.93 9.85 4.48 18.00 3.97 2.25 0.00 6.08 2.25 4.10 5.40 G 4 11 27 18 2 27 14 2 3 11 27 1 9 3 2 4 3 164 4 GS 2 11 27 17 2 *27 14 1 3 11 26 0 9 0 2 4 3 159 0 CG 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 SHO SV IP 0 0 14.1 0 0 50.2 0 0 139.2 0 0 92.1 0 0 5.2 0 0 155.1 0 0 80.2 0 0 6.2 0 0 15.1 0 0 45.2 0 0 144.2 0 0 1.0 1 0 47.2 DID NOT APPEAR 0 0 0 4.0 0 0 0 4.0 0 0 0 13.1 0 0 0 20.0 5 1 0 836.0 0 0 0 5.0 H 10 51 138 102 7 166 93 10 12 72 160 2 53 5 1 17 9 901 7 R 1 26 64 56 2 80 51 4 5 51 79 2 27 1 0 9 7 462 3 ER 1 17 53 37 2 63 42 4 5 50 72 2 21 1 0 9 5 381 3 HR 0 2 4 4 1 11 12 0 0 12 14 1 5 0 0 2 2 69 1 HB 1 5 3 3 0 8 4 1 1 2 3 0 6 0 0 3 2 42 0 BB 4 20 61 29 1 44 24 1 7 22 49 0 15 0 2 4 3 286 0 SO 18 36 107 82 8 94 33 6 12 27 89 0 36 2 5 7 11 571 2 WP 0 2 10 2 0 9 1 1 0 5 4 0 1 0 0 2 1 38 0 BK 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0

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KEVIN MILLWOOD (25)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 37 BORN: 12-24-74 in Gastonia, NC BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 230 ML SERVICE: 13 years, 109 days ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Jan. 23, 2012 2011: Made 9 starts for the Rockies after the club signed him as a free agent Aug. 10…spent the first four months of the season in the Yankees and Red Sox organizations…from the day he signed with Colorado (8/10) through the end of the season, led the Rockies in wins (T1st with Matt Belisle), innings pitched (54.1), strikeouts (36) and had the lowest ERA (3.98) among all starters…walked just 8 batters in 54.1 innings pitched (1.33 BB/9.0 IP), 3rd-lowest ratio among NL starters from Aug. 10-end of season…combined to go 7-2, 4.32 in 16 starts with AA Trenton, AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and AAA Pawtucket before signing with the Rockies. PERSONAL: Kevin Austin Millwood…resides in Gainesville, GA…has 2 sons, Kevin Jr. and James Conley…1993 graduate of Bessemer City (NC) High School, where he played baseball, football and basketball, graduating with honors…hobbies include fishing, golf and hunting…winner of Rangers 2007 Jim Sundberg Community Achievement ACTIVE LEADERS Award for his contributions with the Texas Rangers Foundation and Habitat for Innings Pitched: Humanity…donated bulk of cost to build 1. Jamie Moyer* .....................4,020.1 the Kevin Millwood Texas Rangers Ballpark 2. Tim Wakefield ....................3,226.1 as part of Boys & Girls Clubs of Arlington’s 3. Livan Hernandez ................3,121.2 National Semiconductor Sports Complex. 4. Javier Vazquez ...................2,840.0 CAREER: Veteran of 15 Major League 5. Kevin Millwood .................2,559.1 seasons with the Braves (1997-2002), Strikeouts: Phillies (2003-04), Indians (2005), Rangers 1. Javier Vazquez ......................2,536 (2006-09), Orioles (2010) and Rockies 2. Jamie Moyer* ........................2,405 (2011)…originally selected by Atlanta in 3. Tim Wakefield .......................2,156 the 11th round of the 1993 June draft… 4. CC Sabathia..........................2,017 has a career record of 163-140, 4.10 5. Kevin Millwood ....................1,976 (1,167 ER, 2,559.1 IP)…ranks 70th in MLB Games Started: history with 1,976 career strikeouts… Jamie Moyer* ...........................628 among active pitchers, ranks 5th in innings 1. Livan Hernandez ......................474 pitched (2,559.1), strikeouts (1,976) and 2. Tim Wakefield ..........................463 games started (415), 9th in wins (163) 3. 4. Javier Vazquez .........................443 and T12th in complete games (21)…threw Kevin Millwood .......................415 a no-hitter April 27, 2003 against San 5. Francisco with Philadelphia.
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1993: Selected by Atlanta in the 11th round of the 1993 June Draft…made pro debut with GCL Braves…1994: Led Appalachian League relievers with 13.5 K per 9.0 IP…1995: Spent entire season with Macon…went 5-6, 4.63 in 29 G/12 GS…1996: Spent entire season with Durham…ranked 3rd in Carolina League with 139 strikeouts…1997: Began season with AA Greenville…Made 11 starts before being promoted to AAA Richmond on June 11…earned International League Pitcher of the Week honors, July 7-13…went 5-0 with a 1.73 ERA before being recalled by Atlanta on July 12…made ML debut in relief on July 14 vs. Philadelphia and earned the win with 2.0 scoreless innings…named Richmond Braves Pitcher of the Year…had bone spurs removed from right ankle on Oct. 21…1998: First full season in the Majors going 17-8, 4.08 in 31 games (29 GS)… ranked 6th in the NL with 17 wins…toured with MLB All-Stars in Japan, appearing in 2 games…1999: Went 18-7, 2.68 (68 ER, 228.0 IP) in 33 starts…ranked 2nd in NL in ERA, 3rd in the Majors…also ranked among NL leaders in wins (T4th) and strikeouts (T4th, 205)…selected to the NL All-Star team, tossing 1.0 scoreless inning at Fenway Park… tossed 10.0 scoreless innings on Aug. 28 at St. Louis…hit first career homer on Sept. 14 at San Diego…tossed one-hitter to earn win in first postseason appearance in NLDS Game 2 Oct. 6 vs. Houston…at the time was only 5th one-hitter in MLB postseason history…made World Series debut in Game 2 start on Oct. 24 vs. NYY, allowing 5 runs (4 ER) in 2.0 IP…2000: Tied for NL lead with 35 starts…suffered broken nose during indoor batting practice on Aug. 28, but did not miss a start…started Game 3 of the NLDS vs. St. Louis on Oct. 7…2001: Went 7-7, 4.31 in 21 starts with Atlanta…on the disabled list May 7-July 20 with an inflamed right labrum…did not appear in NLDS vs. Houston…tossed 1.0 scoreless inning in NLCS Game 3 Oct. 19 vs. Arizona…2002: Matched career high with 18 wins, T4th in NL…also finished T4th in the NL with 34 starts, and ranked among league leaders in winning percentage (7th, .692), HR/9.0 IP (7th, 0.69), strikeouts (10th, 178) and opponents average (10th, .230)…recorded 8-game win streak, July 31-Sept. 11, 4th-longest in the NL…traded to Philadelphia on Dec. 20 for Johnny Estrada…2003: Tied for NL lead with 3 shutouts…ranked among NL leaders in starts (2nd, 35), complete games (T2nd, 5), innings (3rd, 222.0), strikeouts (6th, 185)…named NL Player of the Week, April 21-27 (2-0, 0.60, 14 K)…started final game at Veterans Stadium on Sept. 28 vs. Atlanta…tossed no-hitter April 27 vs. San Francisco, recording 10 strikeouts and allowing 3 walks in a 1-0 victory…2004: On the disabled list Aug. 6-Sept. 12 with acute tendinitis in his right elbow…2005: Led the AL in ERA in first season with Cleveland, going 9-11, 2.86 (61 ER, 192.0 IP) in 30 starts…T6th in AL Cy Young Award voting…edged Minnesota’s Johan Santana (2.87) by 0.01 to become first AL pitcher to lead the league in ERA in his first AL season since Rick Sutcliffe did so for Cleveland in 1982…earned the ERA crown despite a 9-11 record, becoming the first AL ERA champ to sport a losing record since Cleveland’s Stan Coveleski…St. Louis’ Joe Magrane was the last NL pitcher to lead the league in ERA with a losing record, going 5-9 with a 2.18 ERA in 1988…Magrane was also the last pitcher to earn the ERA title with less than 10 wins…on disabled list May 26-June 15 with a strained right groin…earned 100th career win June 16 vs. Colorado, becoming the 540th pitcher in Major League history to reach the 100-win mark.…2006: Went 16-12, 4.52 (108 ER, 215.0 IP) in his first year with Texas…was his 4th career season with 15+ wins, and 5th time to throw 200+ innings…ranked among AL leaders in starts (T1st, 34), quality starts (4th, 22), complete games (T6th, 2), innings (8th, 215.0), wins (T8th, 16) and strikeout-to-walk ratio (9th, 2.96)…made his Texas debut with his 3rd career Opening Day start April 3 vs. Boston…2007: Went 10-14, 5.16 (99 ER, 172.2 IP) in 31 starts…posted at least 10 wins for 7th time, first Texas pitcher with consecutive 10-win seasons since Kenny Rogers in 2004-05…Endured a pair of DL stints, April 29-May 13 and May 15-31, both with a strained left hamstring…2008: Limited to fewer than 30 starts for the first time since 2004…had pair of stints on the disabled list with a strained right groin, May 11-27 and July 24-Aug. 14…recorded consecutive 9-inning CG wins Aug. 20 vs. Detroit & Aug. 26 at Kansas City…2009: Made 6th career Opening Day start, 4th with Texas…went 1310, 3.67 in 31 starts…recorded 8th 10+ win season of his career…ranked 8th in the AL in ERA…posted a 3.17 ERA (34 ER, 96.2 IP) in 15 starts at Rangers Ballpark, the lowest by a RHP in park history…received 2 of the club’s 6 Player of the Month awards: April (2-2, 2.13 in 5 GS) and June (4-1, 1.30 in 5 GS)…2010: Tied for AL lead with a career-high 16 losses…went 4-16, 4.28 in 31 starts with Baltimore…received the 2nd-lowest run support in 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MILLWOOD's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L 1993 GCL Braves 3-3 0-5 1994 Macon Danville 3-3 5-6 1995 Macon 1996 Durham 6-9 3-5 1997 Greenville Richmond 7-0 ATLANTA 5-3 1998 ATLANTA 17-8 1999 ATLANTA 18-7 2000 ATLANTA 10-13 2001 ATLANTA 7-7 Macon # 0-0 Greenville # 0-1 2002 ATLANTA 18-8 2003 PHILADELPHIA 14-12 2004 PHILADELPHIA 9-6 2005 CLEVELAND 9-11 2006 TEXAS 16-12 2007 TEXAS 10-14 Frisco # 0-0 2008 TEXAS 9-10 Frisco # 0-1 2009 TEXAS 13-10 2010 BALTIMORE 4-*16 2011 Trenton 1-0 Scranton/WB 1-1 Pawtucket 5-1 COLORADO 4-3 Minor Lg Totals 34-35 AL Totals 61-73 NL Totals 102-67 ML Totals 163-140 BATTING AVG CAREER .122 Last Hit - 9/25/11 at HOU ERA 3.06 5.79 3.72 4.63 4.28 4.11 1.93 4.03 4.08 2.68 4.66 4.31 0.00 4.50 3.24 4.01 4.85 *2.86 4.52 5.16 0.00 5.07 2.25 3.67 5.10 0.00 8.00 4.28 3.98 3.97 4.37 3.89 4.10 G GS 12 9 12 4 13 5 29 12 33 20 11 11 9 9 12 8 31 29 33 33 36 +35 21 21 1 1 2 2 35 34 35 35 25 25 30 30 34 +34 31 31 1 1 29 29 1 1 31 31 31 31 1 1 2 2 13 13 9 9 140 91 186 186 237 229 423 415 CG 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 4 10 11 21 SHO SV IP H R ER 0 0 50.0 36 27 17 0 1 32.2 31 31 21 0 1 46.0 42 25 19 0 0 103.0 86 65 53 0 1 149.1 138 77 71 0 0 61.1 59 37 28 0 0 60.2 38 13 13 0 0 51.1 55 26 23 1 0 174.1 175 86 79 0 0 228.0 168 80 68 0 0 212.2 213 115 110 0 0 121.0 121 66 58 0 0 3.0 0 0 0 0 0 10.0 9 6 5 1 0 217.0 186 83 78 +3 0 222.0 210 103 99 0 0 141.0 155 81 76 0 0 192.0 182 72 61 0 0 215.0 228 114 108 0 0 172.2 213 111 99 0 0 5.0 1 0 0 0 0 168.2 220 104 95 0 0 4.0 5 2 1 0 0 198.2 195 88 81 0 0 190.2 223 116 108 1 0 7.0 1 0 0 0 0 9.0 14 8 8 0 0 73.2 79 36 35 0 0 54.1 58 26 24 1 3 614.2 539 327 271 0 0 1137.2 1261 605 552 5 0 1421.2 1341 666 615 5 0 2559.1 2602 1271 1167 BB 21 HR 3 4 4 10 17 8 2 1 18 24 26 20 0 2 16 19 14 20 23 19 0 18 0 26 30 0 3 7 9 60 136 147 283 SO 215 HB 4 2 2 5 8 2 1 2 3 4 3 1 0 0 8 4 7 4 4 8 0 6 0 11 6 0 0 1 0 25 39 32 71 SB 0 BB SO 28 49 32 24 34 56 57 89 58 139 24 61 16 46 21 42 56 163 59 205 62 168 40 84 0 5 3 10 65 178 68 169 51 125 52 146 53 157 67 123 1 3 49 125 2 6 71 123 65 132 4 3 2 7 25 66 8 36 286 564 357 806 430 1170 787 1976 CS SLG 0 .180 WP 5 4 1 10 8 7 2 1 6 5 4 5 0 1 4 2 4 2 6 4 0 2 0 8 7 0 0 4 2 42 29 33 62 OBP .160 BK 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 4

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AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB 467 22 57 84 15 0 4 27 55 0 0 Last Home Run - 9/25/11 at HOU (off Lance Pendleton)

DIVISION SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 1999 ATL vs. HOU 2000 ATL vs. STL 2002 ATL vs. SF DS Totals W-L 1-0 0-1 1-1 2-2 ERA 0.90 7.71 3.27 3.16 G 2 1 2 5 GS 1 1 2 4 CG 1 0 0 1 SHO SV 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 IP 10.0 4.2 11.0 25.2 H 1 4 7 12 R 1 4 4 9 ER 1 4 4 9 HR 1 2 3 6 HB 0 0 0 0 BB 0 3 0 3 SO 9 3 14 26 WP 0 0 1 1 BK 0 1 0 1

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 1999 ATL vs. NYM 2001 ATL vs. ARI LCS Totals W-L 1-0 0-0 1-0 ERA 3.55 0.00 3.29 G 2 1 3 GS 2 0 2 CG 0 0 0 SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 12.2 1.0 13.2 H 13 0 13 R 6 0 6 ER 5 0 5 HR 1 0 1 HB 0 0 0 BB 1 0 1 SO 9 1 10 WP 0 0 0 BK 0 0 0

WORLD SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 1999 ATL vs. NYY W-L 0-1 ERA 18.00 G 1 GS 1 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 2.0 H 8 R 5 ER 4 HR 0 HB 0 BB 2 SO 2 WP 0 BK 0

ALL-STAR GAME
YEAR CLUB, SITE 1999 NL, Boston W-L 0-0 ERA 0.00 G 1 GS 0 CG 0 SHO SV 0 0 IP 1.0 H 1 R 0 ER 0 HR 0 HB 0 BB 0 SO 1 WP 0 BK 0

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. 140

SCOTT PATTERSON (58)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 32, turns 33 June 20 BORN: 6-20-79 in Pittsburgh, PA BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-7 WEIGHT: 225 ML SERVICE: 0 years, 20 days ACQUIRED: Re-signed as a minor league free agent on Dec. 9, 2011 2011: Split season between AA Jackson and AAA Tacoma…led all Mariners minor leaguers with 19 saves (10 w/Jackson, 9 w/Tacoma…combined to go 4-4 with a 3.54 ERA (27 ER, 68.2 IP) between the two levels…struck out 77 and walked only 7 batters, ranking 3rd among minor league relievers with 11.0 K/BB ratio…opened the season with Jackson, going 1-1, 2.53 with 10 saves in 16 appearances…promoted to Tacoma on May 19 and spent the remainder of season with the Rainiers…averaged 10.08 K/9.0 IP (53 SO, 47.1 IP) and recorded a 8.83 K/BB ratio (53 SO, 6 BB) with Tacoma…pitched for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League…went 0-1 with 8 saves and a 1.84 ERA (3 ER, 14.2 IP) in 13 appearances…also pitched for Team USA in the World Cup and Pan Am Games, recording 3 saves and a 1.29 ERA (1 ER, 7.0 IP) in 8 appearances…helped Team USA to a bronze medal in the World Cup and silver medal in the Pan Am Games. PERSONAL: Scott Robert Patterson…graduated from West Allegheny (PA) High School in June, 1997…attended Allegheny College and West Virginia State College…named the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year in 2002. 2002: Made professional debut with Gateway in the independent Frontier League…2003: Posted an 8-3 record with a 2.92 ERA in 20 games (18 GS) with Gateway…2004: Signed with the Mariners as a minor league free agent and participated in spring training… was released on March 31 and re-joined Gateway…went 11-2 with a 4.30 ERA in 20 starts…2005: Split the season between independent teams Gateway (Frontier League) and Lancaster (Atlantic League)…traded to Lancaster on July 12…combined to go 5-3 with 15 saves and a 3.92 ERA in 47 appearances (9 GS)…2006: Opened going 2-0, 0.78 (2 ER, 23.0 IP) with Lancaster before signing with New York (AL) on June 1…made 26 relief appearances for AA Trenton…made 12 relief appearances for Zulia in the Venezuelan Winter League…2007: Spent majority of season with Trenton, appearing in 43 games (3 GS)…was 2-2 with 3 saves and a 1.54 ERA in 20 games for Cardenales de Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League…2008: Made Major League debut, posting a 1.93 ERA (1 ER, 4.2 IP) over 4 games (4.2 IP) with the Yankees and Padres…spent most of the season with AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre…made ML debut June 1 at Minnesota (1.1, 1,1,2,2)… claimed off waivers by San Diego on Sept. 11 and made 3 scoreless appearances for the Padres before being sidelined due to injury…2009: Appeared in career-high 58 games combined between AAA Portland (SD) and AAA Sacramento (OAK)…acquired by the A’s in exchange for cash on Aug. 20…2010: Released by Boston from minor league contract at the end of spring training…made 17 relief appearances with Lancaster (1-1, 8 SV, 2.81) before signing with Seattle on June 8 and assigned to AAA Tacoma…tossed 12.1 scoreless innings (11 G), June 14-July 15…limited opponents to a .228 (29x127) average, while striking out 36 in 33.2 innings…played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League.

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PATTERSON's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 CLUB W-L Gateway 2-2 Gateway 8-3 Gateway 11-2 Lancaster 4-2 Gateway 1-1 2006 Lancaster 2-0 Trenton 0-1 2007 Trenton 4-2 Scranton/WB 0-0 2008 Scranton/WB 2-1 NEW YORK (AL) 0-0 SAN DIEGO 0-0 2009 Portland 3-3 Sacramento 0-1 2010 Lancaster 1-1 2010 Tacoma 2-1 2011 Jackson 1-1 Tacoma 3-3 Minor Lg Totals 44-24 ML Totals 0-0 ERA 3.40 2.92 4.30 4.76 1.65 0.78 2.33 1.09 0.00 3.80 6.75 0.00 4.25 2.08 2.81 2.67 2.53 3.99 3.21 1.93 G 13 20 20 28 19 20 26 43 1 42 1 3 51 7 17 29 16 36 388 4 GS 2 18 20 9 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 52 0 CG 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 SHO SV IP 1 1 42.1 2 0 129.2 0 0 129.2 0 6 73.2 0 9 27.1 0 14 23.0 0 1 38.2 0 2 74.1 0 0 3.0 0 5 47.1 0 0 1.1 0 0 3.1 0 1 55.0 0 0 8.2 0 8 16.0 0 6 33.2 0 10 21.1 0 9 47.1 3 72 771.0 0 0 4.2 H 33 119 127 85 21 13 26 45 0 47 1 1 52 9 14 29 18 47 685 2 R 18 45 67 40 5 2 11 13 0 22 1 0 29 5 5 11 6 21 300 1 ER 16 42 62 39 5 2 10 9 0 20 1 0 26 2 5 10 6 21 275 1 HR 4 6 18 16 4 1 6 1 0 7 0 0 2 2 2 6 1 4 80 0 HB 1 7 1 2 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 19 0 BB 13 24 31 20 8 5 8 15 0 13 2 4 40 4 3 9 1 6 200 6 SO 51 120 120 62 41 31 44 91 1 54 2 5 64 8 18 36 24 53 818 7 WP 1 2 4 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 2 18 1 BK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

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JAMES PAXTON (65)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher AGE: 23 BORN: 11-6-88 in Richmond, BC, Canada BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 220 ML SERVICE: None ACQUIRED: Mariners 4th round selection in the 2010 June Draft; signed by Mariners scouts Brian Williams and Jesse Kapellusch 2011: Combined to go 6-3 with a 2.37 ERA (25 ER, 95.0 IP) in 17 starts with A Clinton and AA Jackson…recorded 131 strikeouts, T2nd-most among Mariners farmhands… among all minor league players with at least 90.0 IP, ranked 2nd averaging 12.41 K/9.0 IP…tallied 6 games with 10+ strikeouts…selected as the No. 8 prospect in the Midwest League…pitched a scoreless inning for the World squad in the All-Star Futures Game… also selected a Midwest League All-Star…made season debut April 27 vs. Peoria…went 3-3, 2.73 (17 ER, 56.0 IP) in 10 starts with Clinton…recorded season-high 13 strikeouts June 16 vs. Quad Cities (6.1,4,1,1,2,13)…made AA debut July 3 vs. Chattanooga…went 3-0, 1.85 (8 ER, 39.0 IP) in 7 starts for Jackson. PERSONAL: James Alston Paxton…native of Ladner, British Columbia, a suburb of Vancouver 22 miles from the border crossing in Blaine, WA…attended Delta Secondary School where he helped win BC’s Best Tournament Championship as a junior and senior…went 7-1 with a 1.70 ERA with 65 strikeouts as a senior…three-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll…pitched for the University of Kentucky from 2007-09… was 11-5 with a 4.91 ERA (81 ER, 148.1 IP) and 168 strikeouts in 55 games (24 starts) for the Wildcats…finished his junior season (2009) ranked 17th in the nation and 4th in the Southeastern Conference with 115 strikeouts…also ranked 3rd in the NCAA averaging 13.22 strikeouts per 9.0 innings…selected by Toronto in the supplemental first round (39th overall) in the 2009 June draft, but did not sign. 2010: Did not immediately sign after being selected in the 4th round of the 2010 June draft… made 4 starts for Grand Prairie in the independent American Association (1-2 4.08 ERA, 18 SO, 7 BB) prior to the 2010 draft.

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YEAR CLUB 2010 Grand Prairie 2011 Clinton Jackson Minor Lg Totals W-L 1-2 3-3 3-0 7-5 ERA 4.08 2.73 1.85 2.64 G 4 10 7 21 GS 4 10 7 21 CG 0 0 0 0 SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 17.2 56.0 39.0 112.2 H 15 45 28 88 R 9 21 10 40 ER 8 17 8 33 HR 1 1 2 4 HB 0 1 1 2 BB 7 30 13 50 SO 18 80 51 149 WP 1 6 3 10 BK 0 0 1 1

OLIVER PEREZ (36)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher AGE: 30, turns 31 Aug. 15 BORN: 8-15-81 in Culiacan, Mexico BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 210 ML SERVICE: 8 years, 34 days ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Jan. 18, 2012 2011: Spent the entire season with AA Harrisburg in the Washington Nationals organization… went 3-5, 3.09 ERA (26 ER, 75.2 IP) with 58 strikeouts in 16 games (15 GS)…appeared in 23 games, all in relief for the Tomateros de Culiacan in the Mexican Winter League…went 0-2 with a 0.63 ERA (1 ER, 14.1 IP) with 19 strikeouts. PERSONAL: Oliver Perez (PEAR-ez)…resides in Paradise Valley, AZ…attended Cobales High School in Culiacan, Mexico…signed first professional contract at the age of 16 with the Leones de Yucatan of the Mexican Summer League in 1998…was a member of the 2002 Caribbean World Series Champion Tomateros de Culiacan…played for Mexico in the 2006 and 2009 World Baseball Classic. 1999: Went 1-2 with 3 saves and a 5.08 ERA 15 G/2 GS with the AZL Padres…2000: Began the season on loan by San Diego to Yucatan of the Mexican League.…sent back to the Padres organization on June 22 and appeared in 5 games with Idaho Falls in the Pioneer League…loaned back to Yucatan on July 18…was 2-2 with a 4.73 ERA (17 ER, 32.1 IP) in 6 starts for Yucatan…2001: Named to the Midwest League’s midseason AllStar squad…went 8-5, 3.46 in 19 starts for Fort Wayne…promoted to Lake Elsinore and made 9 starts (2-4, 2.72)…2002: Earned a victory in his Major League debut June 16 vs. Seattle (5.0,4,2,2,4,7)…at 20 years and 305 days, was the youngest player in the 142

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Majors at the time of his debut…went 4-5, 3.50 in 16 G/15 GS for the Padres…ranked 1st among National League rookie pitchers in opponent batting average (.218), and 4th in ERA at 3.50…2003: Opened season with AAA Portland…struck out a season-high 13 Aug. 3 at Philadelphia…acquired by Pittsburgh on Aug. 26…made his debut with the Pirates on August 30 vs. Atlanta…2004: Spent his first full season in the majors with Pittsburgh…amongst NL pitchers, ranked 4th in strikeouts (239) and 6th in ERA (2.98)… led all ML pitchers with 11.0 K/9.0 IP (239 K/196.0 IP)…struck out 10 or more batters in a game 9 times…struck out a career-high 14 batters Sept. 9 vs. Houston…2005: Pittsburgh's Opening Day starter…went 7-5 with a 5.85 ERA (67 ER, 103.0 IP) in 20 starts…on disabled list June 28-Sept. 3 with a broken left big toe…2006: Opened season with Pittsburgh, going 2-10, 6.63…acquired by New York (NL) on July 31 in exchange for Xavier Nady…made his Mets debut Aug. 26 vs. Philadelphia…struck out season-high 11 batters Sept. 12 at Florida, the most by a Mets pitcher during the season…made two starts during the NLCS vs. St. Louis…scattered 4 hits and allowed one run over 6.0 innings in a no-decision in Game 7…earned a win in Game 4…2007: Won career-high 15 games, going 15-10, 3.56 in 29 starts with th e Mets…pitched at least 7.0 innings in a career-best 5 consecutive starts, May 18-June 3…on the 15-day DL June 27-July 15 with a stiff lower back…2008: Started the final Opening Day at Shea Stadium April 8 vs. Philadelphia…also started the final regular season game at Shea Stadium, Sept. 28 vs. Florida…held left-handed batters to a .158 batting average (28x177), best in the NL… recorded Mets record 17 no-decisions…career-high 15.0 scoreless innings Aug. 3-14… recorded 1,000th career strikeout Sept. 9 vs. Washington…2009: Limited to 14 starts in injury-riddled season…on the DL May 6-July 8 and Aug. 26-remainder of season with patellar tendinitis in his right knee…underwent surgery to remove scar tissue from the patella tendon of his right knee on Sept. 1 performed by Dr. David Altcheck…pitched for Mexico in the World Baseball Classic…went 0-1 with a 9.45 ERA in 2 starts…2010: Began the season in the starting rotation before being moved to the bullpen after his start on May 14 at Florida…limited left-handers to a .214 (9x42) batting average…on the 15-Day DL with patella tendinitis of his right knee June 5-July 20…made 4 rehab starts split between AAA Buffalo and A St. Lucie, going a combined 1-1 with a 3.47 ERA (9 ER, 23.1 IP)…made relief appearance May 19 at Washington, his first out of the bullpen since Sept. 2, 2002.

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PEREZ's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB W-L 1999 AZL Padres 1-2 2000 Idaho Falls 3-1 Leones de Yucatan 3-2 2001 Fort Wayne 8-5 Lake Elsinore 2-4 2002 Lake Elsinore 3-3 Mobile 1-0 SAN DIEGO 4-5 2003 Portland 3-3 SAN DIEGO 4-7 PITTSBURGH 0-3 2004 PITTSBURGH 12-10 2005 PITTSBURGH 7-5 Indianapolis # 0-1 2006 PITTSBURGH 2-10 Indianapolis 1-3 Norfolk 1-2 NEW YORK (NL) 1-3 2007 NEW YORK (NL) 15-10 GCL Mets # 0-0 2008 NEW YORK (NL) 10-7 2009 NEW YORK (NL) 3-4 Buffalo # 0-2 St. Lucie # 0-1 Brooklyn# 1-0 2010 NEW YORK (NL) 0-5 St. Lucie # 1-1 Buffalo # 0-0 2011 Harrisburg 3-5 Minor Lg Totals 28-33 Mexican Lg Totals 3-2 ML Totals 58-69 ERA G 5.08 15 4.07 5 4.36 11 3.46 19 2.72 9 1.85 9 1.17 4 3.50 16 3.02 8 5.38 19 5.87 5 2.98 30 5.85 20 9.90 3 6.63 15 5.63 6 6.05 4 6.38 7 3.56 29 0.00 1 4.22 34 6.82 14 3.86 2 6.00 1 0.00 1 6.80 17 4.63 2 2.31 2 3.09 16 3.47 107 4.36 11 4.63 206 GS 2 5 6 19 9 8 4 15 8 19 5 30 20 3 15 6 4 7 29 1 34 14 2 1 1 7 2 2 15 92 6 195 CG SHO SV IP H 0 0 3 28.1 28 0 0 0 24.1 24 0 0 1 43.1 39 0 0 0 101.1 84 0 0 0 53.0 45 0 0 0 48.2 36 0 0 0 23.0 11 0 0 0 90.0 71 0 0 0 47.2 44 0 0 0 103.2 103 0 0 0 23.0 26 2 1 0 196.0 145 0 0 0 103.0 102 0 0 0 10.0 14 0 0 0 76.0 88 0 0 0 32.0 28 0 0 0 19.1 18 1 1 0 36.2 41 0 0 0 177.0 153 0 0 0 4.0 2 0 0 0 194.0 167 0 0 0 66.0 69 0 0 0 9.1 8 0 0 0 3.0 7 0 0 0 5.0 2 0 0 0 46.1 54 0 0 0 11.2 7 0 0 0 11.2 10 0 0 0 75.2 78 0 0 3 508.0 446 0 0 1 43.1 39 3 2 0 1111.2 1019 R 20 14 24 46 22 13 3 37 20 65 15 71 68 11 64 21 13 26 90 0 100 51 4 6 0 37 6 4 34 237 24 624 ER 16 11 21 39 16 10 3 35 16 62 15 65 67 11 56 20 13 26 70 0 91 50 4 2 0 35 6 3 26 196 21 572 HR 1 1 3 9 4 0 1 13 6 20 2 22 23 3 13 6 4 7 22 0 24 12 1 1 0 9 2 2 10 51 3 167 HB 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 5 4 3 1 9 6 1 3 2 1 3 7 1 11 4 0 0 0 4 1 2 4 22 0 56 BB SO 16 37 9 27 17 37 43 98 25 62 24 66 16 34 48 94 12 48 65 117 12 24 81 239 70 97 12 4 51 61 11 34 12 26 17 41 79 174 0 7 105 180 58 62 9 9 1 3 1 6 42 37 4 14 7 10 27 58 229 543 17 37 628 1126 WP 0 3 1 1 6 0 4 3 1 6 1 2 3 1 4 1 2 1 6 0 9 2 0 1 0 4 1 2 4 27 1 41 BK 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 4

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LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
YEAR CLUB, OPP 2006 NYM vs. STL W-L 1-0 ERA 4.63 G 2 GS 2 CG SHO SV 0 0 0 IP 11.2 H 13 R 6 ER 6 HR 3 HB 1 BB 3 SO 7 WP 0 BK 0

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC
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STEPHEN PRYOR (76)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 22, turns 23 on July 23 BORN: 7-23-89 in Donelson, TN BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 245 ML SERVICE: None ACQUIRED: Mariners 5th round selection in the 2010 June draft; signed by Mariners scout Alvin Rittman 2011: Began season with High Desert…went 1-0 with 4 saves and a 1.53 ERA (3 ER, 17.2 IP) 13 games, June 2-July 12 to lower ERA from 19.29 to 7.67…promoted to Jackson on July 15…held opponents scoreless in 15 of 17 appearances, including only 1 earned run over last 17.1 innings (0.52 ERA), July 26-Sept. 3…played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League, posting a 1-1, 3.38 record in 13 appearances. PERSONAL: Stephen Michael Pryor…resides in Ooltewah, TN…graduated from Friendship Christian (TN) High School in June, 2007…attended Cleveland State Community College in June 2009…originally selected by Texas in the 42nd round of the 2008 June draft, but did not sign…attended Tennessee Tech University. 2010: Began pro career with Everett…allowed 1 run in 18.1 innings in relief, while limiting opponents to a .119 (7x59) batting average…promoted to Clinton on Aug. 2…participated in Mariners Instructional League in Peoria.

PRYOR's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2010 Everett Clinton 2011 High Desert Jackson Minor Lg Totals W-L 0-0 0-2 1-0 2-1 3-3 ERA 0.49 3.71 7.67 1.19 3.60 G 11 12 22 17 62 GS 0 0 0 0 0 CG 0 0 0 0 0 SHO SV 0 4 0 1 0 4 0 6 0 15 IP 18.1 17.0 27.0 22.2 85.0 H 7 17 28 9 61 R 1 12 24 4 41 ER 1 7 23 3 34 HR 0 0 2 0 2 HB 0 1 2 1 4 BB 7 6 26 7 46 SO 26 29 34 27 116 WP 1 3 5 1 10 BK 0 1 0 0 1

GUILLERMO QUIROZ (3)
POSITION: Catcher AGE: 30 BORN: 11-29-81 in Maracaibo, VZ BATS: Switch THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 215 ML SERVICE: 1 year, 165 days ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Dec. 9, 2011 2011: Spent entire season with AAA Tucson in the San Diego organization…hit .240 (60x250) with 18 doubles, 2 triples, 5 home runs and 44 RBI in 76 games…batted .261 (43x165) with 4 home runs prior to the All-Star break, and only .200 (17x85) after…made pro pitching debut in 24-3 loss to Tacoma on June 6 (1.0,3,5,5,4,0,HR); allowed a grand slam to Mike Carp. PERSONAL: Guillermo (gey-AIR-moe) Antonio Quiroz (KEY-rose)…resides in Maracaibo, VZ…originally signed by Toronto as a non-drafted free agent on Sept. 25, 1998. 1999: Led Rookie-level Medicine Hat with 9 home runs…named the 6th-best prospect in Pioneer League by Baseball America…Played for Zulia in the Venezuelan Winter League, batting .236 in 25 games…2000: Split time between Hagerstown (A) and Queens (A), combining to bat .199 (66x332) with 6 homers…2001: Spent the entire season with Charleston (A)…posted the 5th-highest caught-stealing percentage (45%) of any catcher in the South Atlantic League…2002: Spent most of the season with Dunedin (A) before being promoted to Syracuse (AAA) on Aug. 15…named to the Florida State League’s 144

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midseason and postseason All-Star teams…saw action in 16 games after his promotion to Syracuse (.222/10x45)…2003: Ranked 4th in the Eastern League with 20 home runs, 3rd among all catchers in minor league baseball by Baseball America in its annual projections of the top prospects by position, behind Joe Mauer and Jeff Mathis…named as both a midseason and post-season Eastern League All-Star…played in the All-Star Futures Game as a member of the World Team, going 0-for-2…2004: Spent the season at Syracuse before being recalled by Toronto on Sept. 3…voted the best defensive catcher in the International League…on the disabled list May 6-June 29 with a fractured left hand… made his major league debut in a start as the DH on Sept. 4 vs. Oakland, going 2-for-4… recorded his first ML hit in that game on a single off Mark Mulder…made 15 starts, with 13 as catcher and 2 as DH…2005: Split the season between Toronto, Syracuse (AAA) and Dunedin (A) in the Blue Jays organization…on the disabled list from April 7-July 12 with a right shoulder strain…while on the DL also suffered a collapsed lung…made 12 starts for Toronto, 10 at catcher and 2 as DH…2006: Split the season between Seattle, AAA Tacoma and AA San Antonio in the Seattle organization…combined to bat .267 (54x202) with 11 doubles, 6 home runs and 37 RBI in 54 minor league games…saw action in one big league game with the Mariners, making a start on April 9 vs. Oakland, going 0-for-2 with 2 strikeouts…designated for assignment on April 12…played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League…2007: Spent the season at Oklahoma (AAA) before his contract was purchased by Texas on Sept. 3…batted .400 (4x10) with 2 RBI in 9 games for the Rangers…threw out 13 of 68 attempted base stealers (19.1%) at Oklahoma…2008: Played in a career-high 56 games in his first season with the Orioles, logging a career-high 134 at-bats…caught 9 of 39 attempted base stealers (23.1%)…hit his first career HR in G#1 of April 26 doubleheader at CWS, a 2-run shot off John Danks…went 2-for-3 with career-high tying 2 runs scored May 14 vs. Boston…went 1-for-2 with a walk and 2nd HR of the season June 15 vs. Pittsburgh…recorded season-high 3 hits (BB, R and 2 RBI) June 26 at Chicago Cubs and July 27 vs. LAA…2009: Split the season between AA West Tenn, AAA Tacoma and the Mariners…selected from West Tenn on May 26 (Johjima DL)… designated for assignment on June 19 and outrighted to Tacoma June 23…made 4 starts at catcher for the Mariners, recording a hit in each start…batted .286 (4x14) with 2 RBI… signed with Seattle as a minor league free agent on April 18…was in spring training with Baltimore (released on 3/20).

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QUIROZ's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 1999 Medicine Hat 2000 Hagerstown Queens 2001 Charleston WV 2002 Dunedin Syracuse 2003 New Haven 2004 Syracuse TORONTO 2005 Dunedin Syracuse TORONTO 2006 SEATTLE Tacoma San Antonio 2007 Oklahoma TEXAS 2008 BALTIMORE 2009 Tacoma West Tenn SEATTLE 2010 West Tenn Tacoma SEATTLE 2011 Tucson Minor Lg Totals Mariners Totals ML Totals AVG .221 .162 .224 .199 .260 .222 .282 .227 .212 .237 .229 .194 .000 .304 .188 .266 .400 .187 .250 .242 .286 .282 .297 .286 .240 .246 .261 .208 G AB R 63 208 25 43 136 14 55 196 27 82 261 25 111 411 50 13 45 7 108 369 63 76 255 32 17 52 2 11 38 4 25 83 11 12 36 3 1 2 0 38 138 15 16 64 5 71 259 22 9 10 1 56 134 12 13 48 2 47 157 18 4 14 0 68 234 24 28 91 13 2 7 1 76 250 33 944 3243 390 7 23 1 101 255 19 H TB 2B 3B HR RBI 46 80 7 0 9 28 22 29 4 0 1 12 44 68 9 0 5 29 52 85 12 0 7 25 107 173 28 1 12 68 10 17 4 0 1 6 104 191 27 0 20 79 58 103 19 1 8 32 11 13 2 0 0 6 9 16 1 0 2 6 19 40 3 0 6 18 7 9 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 59 8 0 3 28 12 24 3 0 3 9 69 103 16 0 6 33 4 5 1 0 0 2 25 36 5 0 2 14 12 17 2 0 1 6 38 64 9 1 5 25 4 4 0 0 0 2 66 100 17 1 5 35 27 40 5 1 2 11 2 3 1 0 0 0 60 97 18 2 5 44 797 1306 192 7 101 494 6 7 1 0 0 2 53 70 11 0 2 28 SH SF 2 0 3 0 0 1 7 0 2 3 1 0 1 7 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 5 21 28 1 0 2 1 HB 4 4 4 6 9 0 12 3 2 3 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 4 1 0 2 58 0 4 BB SO 18 55 16 44 27 48 29 67 35 91 3 14 45 83 28 54 2 8 2 8 9 19 2 13 0 2 11 29 3 15 15 52 1 2 12 34 0 9 11 25 0 3 21 59 6 16 0 1 20 67 299 755 0 6 17 63 SB 0 0 1 5 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 1 CS 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 9 0 0 SLG .385 .213 .347 .326 .421 .378 .518 .404 .250 .421 .482 .250 .000 .428 .375 .398 .500 .269 .354 .408 .286 .427 .440 .429 .388 .403 .304 .275 OBP .296 .269 .329 .294 .330 .271 .372 .309 .263 .326 .309 .256 .000 .359 .235 .307 .455 .259 .250 .292 .286 .347 .347 .286 .296 .318 .261 .267

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ERASMO RAMIREZ (50)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 21, turns 22 May 2 BORN: 5-2-90 in Rivas, Nicaragua BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 205 ML SERVICE: None ACQUIRED: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on Sept. 1, 2007; signed by Mariners scouts Ubaldo Heredia and Bob Engle 2011: Split season between AA Jackson and AAA Tacoma, going 10-8 with a 4.83 ERA (82 ER, 152.2 IP), while walking 41 and striking out 116 in 26 starts…led all Mariners farmhands with 10 wins…had a 1.42 walks per 9.0 inning (41 BB, 152.2 IP), including only allowing 1 walk over first 5 starts of the season with the Generals and just 2 walks over first 9 starts (60.0 IP)…set a career-high tossing 8.1 innings and also marked 4th time in career to record at least 10 K’s in a game and 2nd-highest total in career on Aug. 14 vs. Iowa (8.1,7,1,1,0,11,HR)…played for Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League, going 2-1 with a 1.48 ERA (5 ER, 30.1 IP) in 6 starts (1 BB, 20 K)…listed by Baseball America as the Mariners No. 13 prospect. PERSONAL: Erasmo Jose Ramirez…named the 2011 Nicaragua Athlete of the Year by the Instituto Nacional de Deportes. 2008: Made professional debut in the Venezuelan Summer League, going 4-1 with a 2.86 ERA (20 ER, 63.0 IP) in 13 games, 11 starts…allowed 2 or less earned runs in 8 of 11 starts…2009: Spent season in the Venezuelan Summer League, leading the league in ERA, wins, strikeouts and innings pitched…named Seattle Mariners Minor League Pitcher of the Year and the VSL Most Valuable Pitcher…also named VSL Most Valuable Player… went 11-1 with 0.51 ERA in 14 games (13 GS)…limited opponents to .174 (54x310) batting average…season-high 7-game win streak (7-0, 0.71 ERA, 4 ER, 51.0 IP), June 23-Aug. 4…struck out 10 batters in back-to-back starts, May 25 and 31…did not allow an earned run in 26.0 consecutive innings over 5 starts, June 12-26…2010: Named Clinton's Pitcher of the Year by the Mariners…ranked 4th among all Mariners farmhands with a 2.97 ERA…named to the MWL Midseason and Post-Season All-Star Team…finished 5th in the league in ERA (2.97), while ranking 2nd in WHIP (1.07), 3rd in inning (151.2), lowest walks per 9.0 inning for starters (1.34), fewest baserunners per 9.0 innings (10.60) and T5th in wins (10)…led team with 14 quality starts…tossed 20.0 consecutive scoreless innings over 4 starts, July 25-Aug. 5…struck out career-high 12 batters over 6.0 IP, Aug. 5 at Quad Cities.

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RAMIREZ's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2008 2009 2010 2011 CLUB W-L VSL Mariners 4-1 VSL Mariners 11-1 Clinton 10-4 Jackson 7-6 Tacoma 3-2 Minor Lg Totals 35-14 ERA 2.86 0.51 2.97 4.73 5.10 3.10 G 13 14 26 19 7 79 GS 11 13 23 19 7 73 CG 1 0 1 0 0 2 SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 IP 63.0 88.0 151.2 110.1 42.1 455.1 H 67 54 142 127 51 441 R 23 10 63 74 27 197 ER 20 5 50 58 24 157 HR 2 1 13 10 4 30 HB 2 7 13 8 2 32 BB 9 5 21 19 13 67 SO 46 80 117 81 35 359 WP 5 4 2 5 0 16 BK 2 0 0 0 0 2

CAREER GAME-ENDING HITS
Player Ackley Carp Figgins Guillen Gutierrez Jaso Liddi Montero Moore Olivo Peguero Robinson Rodriguez Ryan Saunders Seager Smoak Suzuki Wells Hit --5 7 2 ----1 1 -3 3 ---4 -Last 9-14-08 vs. SEA (w/LAA) 6-12-10 vs. PIT (w/DET) 7-21-10 vs. CWS HR ---4 -----1 --1 ----1 -Last

6-12-10 vs. PIT (w/DET)

5-12-10 vs. PHI (w/COL) 5-19-11 vs. LAA 9-14-11 vs. NYY 5-6-11 vs. CWS

5-12-10 vs. PHI (w/COL) 9-14-11 vs. NYY

6-2-10 vs. MIN

9-9-08 vs. NYY

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LUIS RODRIGUEZ (1)
POSITION: Infielder AGE: 31, turns 32 June 27 BORN: 6-27-80 in San Carlos, VZ BATS: Switch THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-9 WEIGHT: 190 ML SERVICE: 5 years, 1 day ACQUIRED: Re-signed as a minor league free agent on Nov. 17, 2011 2011: Two stints with Mariners: Opening Day-June 15 and Aug. 8-end of season…appeared in 44 games with Seattle at four positions: SS – 23 G/21 GS, 3B – 11 G/9 GS, 2B – 7 G/2 GS, 1B – 1 G/0 GS…had pair of walk-off hits: Sept. 14 vs. NYY (solo HR in 12th inning) and April 11 vs. TOR (2-run 1B on 10-pitch at-bat)…tied career-high with 3 extra base hits (2 2B, HR) Sept. 14 vs. NYY, including walk-off solo HR in bottom of 12th inning (off Cory Wade)…game winning sacrifice fly in 10th inning, May 23 at Minnesota…hit HR #1 April 28 at Detroit, a 3-run HR in 8th inning (last: 7/24/09 at WAS w/SD)…hit .290 (9x31) in 7 games at AAA Tacoma…on AAA disabled list with sprained ulnar collateral ligament in right elbow June 18-Aug. 1…appeared in 3 minor league rehab games with rookie-level Everett (.333/3x9, 2 R, 2B, 2 RBI. PERSONAL: Luis Orlando Rodriguez…resides in Tinaco, Cojedes, Venezuela with wife Maria (Leon) and two daughters…1997 graduate of Sixto Sosa High School, Cojedes, VZ. CAREER: Appeared in 407 career Major League games with the Twins (2005-07), Padres (2008-09) and Mariners (2011)…made starts at each infield position during his career: SS – 121 G/99 GS, 2B – 119 G/71 GS, 3B – 107 G/73 GS; 1B – 7 G/1 GS)…originally signed by Minnesota as a non-drafted free agent on June 1, 1997…signed by Twins scout Enrique Brito. 1997: Began his professional career with the Twins Venezuelan Summer League club and hit .308 (33x107) in 51 games…1998: With the GCL Twins, led the club in runs (33), hits (50), doubles (11) and walks (22), 2nd in at-bats (180) and T2nd in games (52)…1999: Batted .270 (117x434) with 20 doubles, 3 homers and 50 RBI in 119 games for Quad City (A) in the Midwest League…2000: Played in 106 contests for Quad City…hit .225 (77x342) with 11 doubles…did not commit an error in 25 consecutive games June 12-July 25…2001: Led Fort Myers (A) in runs (71), hits (127), doubles (21), RBI (64), walks (82) and on-base percentage (.387)…ranked 4th in the Florida State League in walks…2002: Led New Britain (AA) with 61 walks, T4th in the Twins organization…2003: Played in 131 games at Rochester (AAA), ranking 3rd in the International League in at-bats (518), 4th in hits (153) and 10th in average (.295)…finished 4th among Twins minor leaguers in hits…2004: Spent the entire season at Rochester, appearing in 127 games…notched season-high 19-game hit streak May 29-June 19 (.453/34x75)…earned Twins Minor League Player of the Month honors for June, batting .398 (41x103) and scoring 19 runs in 26 games…2005: Reached the Major Leagues for the first time, playing 79 games with Minnesota…began the season at Rochester before being recalled on May 20…made Major League debut as a defensive replacement May 21 vs. Milwaukee…singled off Derrick Turnbow for his first Major League hit, May 22 vs. Milwaukee…hit first ML homer June 26 at Milwaukee (off Victor Santos)…2006: Spent the entire season with the Twins, appearing in 59 games… hit first career pinch-hit home run April 5 at Toronto…2007: Played in 68 games for the Twins, appearing in 3 games at first base, 21 at second base (12 GS) and 38 at third base (25 GS)…made Twins Opening Day roster…optioned to Rochester Aug. 21 recalled Sept. 1…played for the Tigres de Aragua in the Venezuelan Winter League (.257/38x148) in 41 games…2008: Played at Portland (AAA) until a July call-up to San Diego…became the Padres primary shortstop for the season’s final two months…appeared at all four infield positions (SS-52 G/45 GS, 2B-7 G/4 GS, 1B-2 G/1 GS, 3B-1 G)…became San Diego’s shortstop after Khalil Greene went on the disabled list July 31…hit .336 (40x119) over his last 32 games from Aug. 20-end of the season…suffered strained right triceps Sept. 16 and missed 4 games in the field…hit safely in a career-high 7 consecutive games Sept. 4-11, batting .379 (11x29) over that span…2009: Played in 93 games for the Padres, including 55 starts in the middle infield…missed time while on the disabled list with a sprained left ankle (5/14-6/12)…appeared at second base (25 GS), shortstop (30 GS) and third base…started at shortstop on Opening Day…sprained his left ankle on May 13 at Chicago and was placed on the DL 2 days later (retro to 5/14)…was hitting .256 (20x78) at the time of his injury with .396 OBP (20 BB) in 30 games before going on DL…reached base safely via hit or walk in 24 of 30 games…homered April 17 at Philadelphia, his first long ball since July 4, 2007 at NYY as a member of the Twins (286 at-bats between 147

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HR)…2010: Spent entire season with Charlotte (AAA) the White Sox organization… hit .293 (101x345) with 17 doubles, 2 triples, 16 home runs and 56 RBI in 94 games… previous career-highs (MiLB or MLB) for homers was 8 with New Britain (AA) in 2002… ranked 8th in the IL with a .493 SLG%…hit .308 (72x234) as a left-handed hitter and .261 (29x111) from the right side…13 of 16 homers were from the left side…homered in 5 consecutive games July 22-26…saw action at shortstop (44 G), second base (31 G) and third base (10 G)…was one of the last cuts out of spring training by Cleveland…signed with Chicago (AL) as a minor league free agent on April 29.

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RODRIGUEZ’s PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 CLUB VSL Twins GCL Twins Quad City Quad City Ft. Myers New Britain Rochester Rochester Rochester MINNESOTA 2006 MINNESOTA 2007 MINNESOTA Rochester 2008 Portland SAN DIEGO 2009 SAN DIEGO Lake Elsinore # 2010 Charlotte 2011 SEATTLE Tacoma Everett Minor Lg Totals AL Totals NL Totals ML Totals AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF .308 51 107 21 33 41 6 1 0 12 0 7 .278 52 180 33 50 66 11 1 1 15 1 2 .270 119 434 63 117 146 20 0 3 50 13 9 .225 106 342 35 77 92 11 2 0 28 19 2 .274 125 463 71 127 166 21 3 4 64 14 5 .257 129 455 60 117 163 18 2 8 40 32 4 .295 131 518 65 153 195 35 2 1 44 9 3 .286 127 486 73 139 189 33 1 5 52 18 7 .304 40 138 19 42 55 10 0 1 17 2 0 .269 79 175 21 47 67 10 2 2 20 6 3 .235 59 115 11 27 37 4 0 2 6 2 1 .219 68 155 18 34 47 5 1 2 12 2 2 .421 6 19 3 8 9 1 0 0 1 0 0 .302 31 96 10 29 39 5 1 1 8 1 0 .287 64 202 22 58 71 11 1 0 12 7 3 .202 93 208 18 42 54 6 0 2 16 3 3 .286 4 14 1 4 7 0 0 1 1 0 0 .293 94 345 50 101 170 17 2 16 56 4 8 .197 44 117 10 23 39 10 0 2 14 2 2 .290 7 31 3 9 13 1 0 1 3 0 0 .333 3 9 2 3 4 1 0 0 2 0 0 .277 1025 3637 509 1009 1355 190 15 42 393 113 47 .233 250 562 60 131 190 29 3 8 52 12 8 .244 157 410 40 100 125 17 1 2 28 10 6 .238 407 972 100 231 315 46 4 10 80 22 14 HB 0 0 4 5 6 5 3 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 26 5 0 5 BB SO 12 6 22 17 53 49 40 29 82 42 61 44 46 46 53 49 16 14 18 23 14 16 12 14 4 2 10 3 13 13 37 23 0 2 42 35 16 21 2 4 2 1 445 343 60 74 50 36 110 110 SB 5 14 8 4 11 3 6 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 3 1 0 0 57 4 2 6 CS 0 3 4 5 8 2 8 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 2 1 1 41 4 1 5 SLG .383 .367 .336 .269 .359 .358 .376 .389 .399 .383 .322 .303 .474 .406 .351 .260 .500 .493 .333 .419 .444 .373 .338 .305 .324 OBP .357 .353 .348 .314 .387 .349 .354 .353 .381 .335 .315 .281 .522 .368 .326 .319 .286 .364 .299 .333 .455 .356 .309 .322 .314

FORREST SNOW (60)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 23 BORN: 12-30-88 in Seattle, WA BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-6 WEIGHT: 220 ML SERVICE: None ACQUIRED: Mariners 36th round selection in the 2010 June draft; signed by Joe Ross 2011: Split season between Clinton (April 7-June 14), High Desert (June 15-July 23) and Tacoma (July 24-end of season)…finished 4th amongst all Mariners farmhands with 127 strikeouts…after serving as Clinton’s closer in 2010, made move to rotation and was Opening Night starter on April 7 vs. Burlington (3.0,4,4,3,2,4,WP,HB)…tossed first-career complete game April 29 at Wisconsin (G#2), allowing 1 run in 7.0 innings (7.0,5,1,1,1,7,HR)…struck out a career-high 9 batters twice with Tacoma: July 24 at Salt Lake City (6.0,7,3,3,1,9,HR) and Aug. 17 vs. Omaha (7.0,4,1,1,1,9)…played for the Peoria in the Arizona Fall League…led AFL with a 1.10 ERA (2 ER, 16.1 IP), and 2nd in opponent avg (.167) and WHIP (0.80)…listed by Baseball America as the Mariners No. 19 prospect. PERSONAL: Forrest Evans Snow…grew up in Shoreline, WA…father, Fielding, played baseball at San Diego State…graduated from the Lakeside School (Seattle, WA) in June, 2007…named first-team All-Metro League and honorable mention all-state as a junior and senior…played on a Northwest All-Star “Mariners Cup” team that played against a California all-star team…drafted by Seattle in the 44th round of 2007 June draft, but did not sign…attended the University of Washington from 2008-10…went 6-2 in 46 career appearances (12 starts) for the Huskies. 2010: : Began pro career with Everett…tossed 25.1 scoreless innings over 10 appearances… promoted to Clinton on July 28…converted 6 of 7 save opportunities and finished 2nd on the club in that category…participated in Mariners Instructional League. 148

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SNOW's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2010 Everett Clinton 2011 Clinton High Desert Tacoma Minor Lg Totals W-L 0-0 0-1 2-7 2-3 1-2 5-13 ERA 0.00 1.35 3.62 8.10 5.35 4.01 G 10 15 13 6 9 53 GS 0 0 13 6 2 21 CG 0 0 1 0 0 1 SHO SV 0 3 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 IP 25.1 20.0 74.2 33.1 35.1 188.2 H 8 9 62 49 34 162 R 0 3 34 30 21 88 ER 0 3 30 30 21 84 HR 0 1 4 7 4 16 HB 1 1 8 2 1 13 BB 9 7 19 13 10 58 SO 26 26 71 20 36 179 WP 2 1 5 4 2 14 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0

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JESUS SUCRE (2)
POSITION: Catcher AGE: 23, turns 24 April 30 BORN: 4-30-88 in Cumana, VZ BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 225 ML SERVICE: None ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on July 19, 2011 2011: Spent the entire season in the Southern League, but split time between AA affiliates with Atlanta (Mississippi) and Seattle (Jackson) organizations…hit .219 (30x137) in 40 games with Mississippi…released by the Braves on July 14 and signed with Seattle as a minor league free agent on July 19…appeared in 32 games for Jackson, batting .214 (18x84) with 1 home run and 9 RBI…combined to throw out 31 of 60 attempted base stealers (51.7%). PERSONAL: Jesus (heh-SOOS) Marcelo Sucre (SUE-cray)…resides in Cumana, Sucre, VZ…originally signed by Atlanta as a non-drafted free agent on May 20, 2005…signed by Braves scouts Julian Perez, Rolando Petit and Jose Leon. 2005: Appeared in 19 games for the DSL Braves in first professional season…2006: Named the Braves DSL Player of the Year…also selected as the DSL Braves Player of the Month for July (.388,19x49, 10 R, 5 2B, 8 RBI, 6 BB, 0 K) and August (.222, 8x36, 5 R, HR, 5 RBI).…2007: Played the entire season for the GCL Braves and appeared in 40 games, 33 as catcher…made his irst professional appearances at positions other than catcher or DH (appeared in 1 game each at 2B and 3B)…2008: Started 34 games at catcher and hit .182 (28x154) in first full season at Danville…2009: Split time between Single-A affiliates Rome and Myrtle Beach…combined to bat .325 (55x169) with Rome in 45 games…promoted to Myrtle Beach June 25…named Rome’s May Player of the Month for May (.389, 1 HR, 8 2B, 10 RBI)…2010: Began the season with Myrtle Beach before being promoted to AA Mississippi in mid-June…hit safely in 19 of his first 22 games with Mississippi, including 9 multi-hit efforts…combined to bat .253 (85x336) with 7 home runs and 34 RBI between Myrtle Beach and Mississippi…hit career-high 7 home runs.

SUCRE's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 CLUB DSL Braves DSL Braves GCL Braves Danville Rome Myrtle Beach 2010 Myrtle Beach Mississippi 2011 Mississippi Jackson Minor Lg Totals AVG .214 .278 .221 .182 .325 .259 .220 .297 .219 .214 .247 G AB R 19 70 6 35 133 20 40 104 8 44 154 14 45 169 14 53 197 17 48 191 14 38 145 20 40 137 13 32 84 4 394 1384 130 H 15 37 23 28 55 51 42 43 30 18 342 TB 21 50 28 39 73 76 66 62 35 24 474 2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 2 7 8 1 1 16 5 0 0 14 2 0 3 15 15 0 1 18 8 1 5 20 9 0 5 22 11 1 2 12 5 0 0 10 3 0 1 9 66 3 20 143 SH 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 8 SF 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 5 HB 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 7 BB SO 5 10 9 12 7 10 7 24 6 17 8 33 7 26 1 17 6 12 5 7 61 168 SB 0 1 1 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 8 CS 1 1 1 1 4 1 0 2 1 1 13 SLG .300 .376 .269 .253 .432 .386 .346 .428 .255 .286 .342 OBP .276 .331 .265 .222 .352 .286 .251 .301 .255 .258 .281

TRIPLE PLAYS
There have been 19 triple plays involving the Mariners. Seattle has turned 10 triple plays and hit into 9 triple plays... here are the last ones in club history: Last Turned: Aug. 9, 2010 vs. Oakland (5-4-3) Last Hit Into: Sept. 2, 2006 at Tampa Bay (2-6-2) 149

PHILIPPE VALIQUETTE (77)
POSITION: Left-Handed Pitcher AGE: 25 BORN: 2-4-87 in Montreal, QC, Canada BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 205 ML SERVICE: None ACQUIRED: Signed as a minor league free agent on Aug. 23, 2011 2011: Did not pitch due to a season-long back injury…released by Cincinnati on Aug. 22… signed with the Mariners as a minor league free agent on Aug. 23…reported to AAA Tacoma, but did not pitch. PERSONAL: Philippe-Alexandre Valiquette (fih-LEEP vali-KETT)… graduated from Edouard Montpetit High School in Montreal in 2004…helped lead his high school team to Canadian championships in his junior and senior seasons…pitched for the World Team in the 2010 All-Star Futures Game in Anaheim…in 2003 and 2004 played for the Canadian national team and was the club’s Most Valuable Player in 2004…on Team Canada’s roster for the 2009 World Cup tournament in Europe but didn’t participate because of an injury originally selected by Cincinnati in the 7th round of the 2004 June draft…signed by Reds scout Jason Baker. 2005: Opened professional career going 4-6 with 6.33 ERA in 26 games (19 GS) with A Billings and A Dayton…2006: Limited to 12 appearances (9 GS) due to oblique injury…2007: Combined to go 4-3 with 2.81 ERA in 18 relief appearances with Billings and Dayton… named the Reds Most Outstanding Pitcher during the Florida Instructional League…2008: Went 2-3, 3.60 with 3 saves in 47 relief appearances with Dayton and Sarasota…struck out 65 batters in 65.0 innings…pitched for Waikiki in the Hawaiian League…2009: Combined to go 2-2, 2.58 with 9 saves In 44 relief appearances with Sarasota and AA Carolina…missed the last month of the season with a strained left shoulder…pitched for the Peoria Saguaros in the Arizona Fall League…added to Cincinnati's 40-man roster on Nov. 20…2010: Combined to go 4-1, 4.15 in 54 relief appearances for AA Carolina and AAA Louisville…was 5-for-7 in save opportunities…pitched for the World Team in the All-Star Futures Game in Anaheim…pitched for the Peoria Saguaros in the Arizona Fall League…selected to play in the AFL’s Rising Stars Game.

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VALIQUETTE's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2005 Dayton Billings 2006 Dayton 2007 Billings Dayton 2008 Dayton Sarasota 2009 Sarasota Carolina 2010 Carolina Louisville 2011 Minor Lg Totals W-L 2-5 2-1 2-4 3-1 1-2 0-1 2-2 1-1 1-1 2-0 2-1 18-19 ERA 6.30 6.43 7.54 1.77 6.75 3.12 3.92 2.29 2.76 3.99 4.29 4.50 G 19 7 12 11 7 16 31 17 27 25 29 201 GS 16 3 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CG SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 1 Injured-Did Not Pitch 28 0 0 20 IP 64.1 21.0 37.0 40.2 10.2 26.0 39.0 19.2 32.2 29.1 35.2 356.0 H 81 23 52 31 17 25 45 11 25 34 34 378 R 54 16 39 17 9 11 18 5 13 14 19 215 ER 45 15 31 8 8 9 17 5 10 13 17 178 HR 3 1 5 0 1 2 4 2 2 0 2 22 HB 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 6 BB 44 10 21 11 2 10 18 9 20 16 14 175 SO 42 18 24 29 8 32 33 19 27 21 31 284 WP 7 6 4 3 0 2 3 2 4 2 5 38 BK 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 5

TAIJUAN WALKER (68)
POSITION: Right-Handed Pitcher AGE: 19, turns 20 on Aug. 13 BORN: 8-13-92 in Shreveport, LA BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 210 ML SERVICE: None ACQUIRED: Mariners supplemental first round selection (43rd overall) in the 2010 June draft; signed by Mariners scout John Ramey 2011: Named Mariners Pitcher of the Year and Clinton’s Most Valuable Pitcher…limited opponents to a .202 (69x341) average, including a .187 (34x182) vs. right-handed batters… was 0-2 with a 9.95 ERA over his first 2 starts of the season, but went 6-3 with a 2.39 ERA (24 ER, 90.1 IP) over last 16 starts…logged team-best 16.1-consecutive scoreless innings from May 26-June 12, spanning 4 starts…recorded 7 quality starts, including tossing first-career complete game victory July 13 vs. Great Lakes (9.0,2,2,2,1,7,HR)… struck out a season-high 11 batters three times and finished with 113 strikeouts in 96.2 innings…allowed no ER in 6 of his 18 starts…ranked amongst MWL leaders in lowest 150

WALKER (continued)
opponent average (3rd at .202), highest K/9.0 IP ratio for starters (4th at 10.52), fewest baserunners/9.0 IP for starters (5th at 10.33), strikeouts (6th with 113) and WHIP (8th at 1.12) following final start on Aug. 10 vs. Cedar Rapids…ranked 19th in the minors averaging 10.42 K/9.0 IP (113 K, 96.2 IP)…named the top Midwest League prospect in 2011 by Baseball America…participated in the 2011 Mariners Instructional League… ranked by MLB.com as the No. 18 prospect in baseball and No. 8 right-handed pitcher… listed by Baseball America as the Mariners No. 2 prospect. PERSONAL: Taijuan (TIE-wahn) Emmanuel Walker…graduated from Yucaipa (CA) High School in June, 2010…lettered in baseball and basketball in high school. 2010: Began pro career with Peoria in the Arizona League, appearing in 4 games in relief… recorded a win if first professional appearance July 10 at Royals (2.0,0,0,0,0,3)… participated in Mariners Instructional League.

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WALKER's PLAYING RECORD
YEAR CLUB 2010 AZL Mariners 2011 Clinton Minor Lg Totals W-L 1-1 6-5 7-6 ERA 1.29 2.89 2.78 G 4 18 22 GS 0 18 18 CG 0 1 1 SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 7.0 96.2 103.2 H 2 69 71 R 3 33 36 ER 1 31 32 HR 0 4 4 HB 1 3 4 BB 3 39 42 SO 9 113 122 WP 3 6 9 BK 0 2 2

BASEBALL AMERICA TOP PROSPECTS (2007-2012)
2012: Jesus Montero, c 1. 2. Taijuan Walker, rhp 3. Danny Hultzen, rhp 4. James Paxton, lhp 5. Nick Franklin, inf Francisco Martinez, 3b 6. 7. Chance Ruffin, rhp 8. Tom Wilhelmsen, rhp 9. Vinnie Catricala, inf/of 10. Phillips Castillo, of 2011: 1. Dustin Ackley, 2b 2. Michael Pineda, rhp 3. Nick Franklin, ss/2b Taijuan Walker, rhp 4. Guillermo Pimentel, of 5. 6. Mauricio Robles, lhp 7. Johermyn Chavez, of Marcus Littlewood, ss 8. 9. Kyle Seager, inf 10. Dan Cortes, rhp 2010: 1. Dustin Ackley, of/1b 2. Michael Saunders, of 3. Adam Moore, c 4. Phillippe Aumont, rhp 5. Alex Liddi, 3b Carlos Triunfel, inf 6. 7. Michael Pineda, rhp 8. Tyson Gillies, of 9. Nick Franklin, ss 10. Greg Halman, of 2009: 1. Greg Halman, of 2. Michael Saunders, of 3. Phillippe Aumont, rhp Carlos Triunfel, ss/2b 4. 5. Juan Ramirez, rhp 6. Adam Moore, c 7. Mario Martinez, 3b Jharmidy DeJesus, 3b 8. 9. Dennis Raben, of 10. Michael Pineda, rhp 2008: 1. Jeff Clement, c 2. Phillippe Aumont, rhp 3. Chris Tillman, rhp 4. Carlos Triunfel, ss 5. Wladimir Balentien, of Michael Saunders, of 6. 7. Juan Ramirez, rhp 8. Mark Lowe, rhp 9. Ryan Rowland-Smith, lhp 10. Matt Tuiasosopo, 3b 2007: 1. Adam Jones, of 2. Jeff Clement, c 3. Brandon Morrow, rhp Tony Butler, lhp 4. Ryan Feierabend, lhp 5. 6. Wladimir Balentien, of 7. Mark Lowe, rhp Chris Tillman, rhp 8. 9. Yung-Chi Chen, 2b 10. Eric O’Flaherty, lhp

MLB.com TOP PROSPECTS
The Mariners have 5 players ranked in MLB.com's Top 100 heading into the 2012 season: C Jesus Montero (#12) LHP Danny Hultzen (#16) RHP Taijuan Walker (#18) INF Nick Franklin (#52) LHP James Paxton (#77) And the Mariners ranked No. 1 for "Top Prospect Points" with 329 (100 points to the team with the No. 1 prospect, 99 to the team with No. 2 and on down): Seattle ....................... 329 Kansas City................ 290 Pittsburgh .................. 276 Atlanta........................ 267 Arizona ....................... 253

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2012 MARINERS
as of February 10, 2012

2012 SEATTLE MARINERS 40-MAN ROSTER

MANAGER: Eric Wedge (22) COACHES: Bench - Robby Thompson (6); Pitching - Carl Willis (48); Hitting - Chris Chambliss (40); 3B - Jeff Datz (28); 1B - Mike Brumley (29); Bullpen - Jaime Navarro (47); Bullpen Catcher - Jason Phillips (62) EQUIPMENT MANAGER: Ted Walsh ATHLETIC TRAINER: Rick Griffin ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINERS: Rob Nodine, Taka Morimoto, Matt Toth MEDICAL DIRECTOR: Dr. Edward Khalfayan TEAM PHYSICIAN: Dr. Mitchel Storey RESIDENCE Keller, TX Fairfax, VA Elizabethtown, KY 2011 CLUB CLASS W-L ERA G GS CG SV IP H R ER BB SO MLS 0.088 6.170 0.023

NO. PITCHERS (19)

B

T

HT

WT DOB

BIRTHPLACE

49

BEAVAN, Blake

R

R

6-7

240 01/17/89

Irving, TX

57 35

CAMP, Shawn DELABAR, Steve

R R

R R

6-0 6-5

205 11/18/75 220 07/17/83

Fairfax, VA Fort Knox, KY

41 Valencia, VZ Bethesda, MD Sendai City, Japan Cumana, VZ Chattanooga, TN Tainan City, Taiwan Encinitas, CA Industry, TX Moron, VZ Mao, DR Valencia, VZ Austin, TX

FURBUSH, Charlie

L

L

6-5

215 04/11/86

South Portland, ME

South Portland, ME

0.121 6.060 0.000 0.000 2.070 2.160 5.114 5.145 0.000 0.000 0.139 0.000 0.066

34 75 18 37

HERNANDEZ, Felix HULTZEN, Danny IWAKUMA, Hisashi JIMENEZ, Cesar

R L R L

R L R L

6-3 6-3 6-3 5-11

230 200 190 220

04/08/86 11/28/89 04/12/81 11/12/84

Valencia, VZ Bethesda, MD Tokyo, Japan Cumana, VZ

152
Murray, UT Goodyear, AZ Tucson, AZ

23

KELLEY, Shawn

R

R

6-2

220 04/26/84

Louisville, KY

32

KUO, Hong-Chih

L

L

6-2

240 07/23/81

Tainan City, Taiwan

43 44 74

LEAGUE, Brandon LUETGE, Lucas MEDINA, Yoervis

R L R

R L R

6-2 6-4 6-3

210 03/16/83 203 03/24/87 245 07/27/88

Sacramento, CA Brenham, TX Puerto Cabello, VZ

45

NOESI, Hector

R

R

6-3

200 01/26/87

Esperanza, DR

67

ROBLES, Mauricio

L

L

5-10

215 03/05/89

Valencia, VZ

59

RUFFIN, Chance

R

R

6-1

195 09/08/88

Philadelphia, PA

52 38 54

SHERRILL, George VARGAS, Jason WILHELMSEN, Tom

L L R

L L R

6-0 6-0 6-6

225 04/19/77 215 02/02/83 220 12/16/83

Memphis, TN Apple Valley, CA Tucson, AZ

Tacoma SEATTLE TORONTO High Desert Jackson Tacoma SEATTLE Toledo DETROIT SEATTLE SEATTLE U. Virginia Rakuten Tacoma SEATTLE Jackson # Tacoma SEATTLE LOS ANGELES (NL) Albuquerque # Rancho Cuca. # SEATTLE Huntsville High Desert AZL Mariners Jackson Scranton/WB NEW YORK (AL) High Desert Jackson Tacoma Erie Toledo DETROIT SEATTLE ATLANTA SEATTLE SEATTLE Jackson

AAA 5-3 MLB 5-6 MLB 6-3 A 1-1 AA 1-3 AAA 1-1 MLB 1-1 AAA 5-3 MLB 1-3 MLB 3-7 MLB 14-14 NCAA 12-3 NPB 6-7 AAA 5-4 MLB 1-0 AA 0-1 AAA 1-0 MLB 0-0 MLB 1-2 AAA 0-0 A 0-1 MLB 1-5 AA 1-3 A 1-13 R 0-0 AA 0-1 AAA 1-1 MLB 2-2 A 0-2 AA 0-1 AAA 1-2 AA 3-3 AAA 0-0 MLB 0-0 MLB 1-0 MLB 3-1 MLB 10-13 MLB 2-0 AA 4-5

4.45 4.27 4.21 4.38 2.05 0.69 2.57 3.17 3.63 6.62 3.47 1.37 2.42 4.06 5.40 0.00 1.84 0.00 9.00 0.00 6.23 2.79 3.13 6.50 7.20 4.68 3.28 4.47 12.41 4.15 8.74 2.12 1.84 4.91 3.86 3.00 4.25 3.31 5.49

16 15 67 7 23 10 6 10 17 11 33 18 17 43 8 3 12 10 40 2 5 65 46 20 1 4 6 30 4 2 4 31 13 2 13 51 32 25 14

16 15 0 0 0 0 0 9 2 10 33 18 17 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 19 1 4 0 2 4 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 32 0 12

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 12 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0

93.0 97.0 66.1 12.1 30.2 13.0 7.0 54.0 32.1 53.0 233.2 118.0 119.0 71.0 6.2 3.0 14.2 12.2 27.0 1.2 4.1 61.1 69.0 101.0 5.0 25.0 24.2 56.1 12.1 8.2 11.1 34.0 14.2 3.2 14.0 36.0 201.0 32.2 60.2

118 52 106 46 79 36 12 6 23 10 11 1 5 2 35 21 36 18 61 41 218 99 76 26 106 34 71 33 6 4 4 3 11 3 7 0 24 29 0 0 7 3 56 25 63 29 139 90 7 4 23 13 28 11 63 29 19 18 7 4 7 11 23 9 14 4 5 2 13 6 33 12 205 105 25 13 66 45

46 46 31 6 7 1 2 19 13 39 90 18 32 32 4 0 3 0 27 0 3 10 24 73 4 13 9 28 17 4 11 8 3 2 6 12 95 12 37

20 15 22 8 26 6 4 16 14 16 67 23 19 35 3 0 6 3 23 1 1 10 23 38 1 9 9 22 11 8 14 16 6 0 9 12 59 13 26

64 42 32 20 30 18 7 61 26 41 222 165 90 81 7 3 15 10 36 3 7 45 69 73 9 17 11 45 9 6 8 43 17 3 15 38 131 30 40

6.147 4.114 0.106

NO. CATCHERS (4) 27 JASO, John Guacara, VZ Peoria, AZ Oakdale, CA RESIDENCE Lapeer, MI Riverview, FL Sanremo, Italy Edo Miranda, VZ Los Angeles, CA Salisbury, NC Goose Creek, SC Santiago, DR RESIDENCE Cerritos, CA Aragua, VZ Kaohsiung City, Taiwan Boca Raton, FL Santo Domingo, DR Tempe, AZ Castle Rock, CO Kobe, Japan Schenectady, NY

B L

T R

HT 6-2

WT DOB 205 09/19/83

BIRTHPLACE Chula Vista, CA

RESIDENCE McKinleyville, CA

MLS 2.032 0.028 1.167 8.171 MLS 0.105 8.145 0.023 0.000 4.082 0.085 1.116 0.000 MLS 1.010 0.000 0.000 5.080 0.076 0.055 1.138 11.000 1.050

63

MONTERO, Jesus

R

R

6-3

235 11/28/89

Guacara, VZ

10 30

MOORE, Adam OLIVO, Miguel

R R

R R

6-3 6-0

220 05/08/84 230 07/15/78

Longview, TX Villa Vasquez, DR

2011 CLUB TAMPA BAY Durham # Scranton/WB NEW YORK (AL) SEATTLE SEATTLE

CLASS MLB AAA AAA MLB MLB MLB

AVG .224 .300 .288 .328 .167 .224

G AB 89 246 6 20 109 420 18 61 2 6 130 477

R 26 2 52 9 0 54

H 55 6 121 20 1 107

2B 15 2 19 4 1 19

3B 1 0 1 0 0 1

HR 5 0 18 4 0 19

RBI 27 4 67 12 0 62

BB 25 2 36 7 0 20

SO 36 3 98 17 2 140

SB 1 0 0 0 0 6

NO. INFIELDERS (8) 13 ACKLEY, Dustin

B L

T R

HT 6-1

WT DOB 190 02/26/88

BIRTHPLACE Winston-Salem, NC

9 16

FIGGINS, Chone LIDDI, Alex

S R

R R

5-8 6-4

180 01/22/78 230 08/14/88

Leary, GA Sanremo, Italy

66

MARTINEZ, Francisco

R

R

6-2

210 09/01/90

Edo Miranda, VZ

26 15

RYAN, Brendan SEAGER, Kyle

R L

R R

6-2 6-0

195 03/26/82 195 11/03/87

Los Angeles, CA Charlotte, NC

17

SMOAK, Justin

S

L

6-4

225 12/05/86

Goose Creek, SC

64

TRIUNFEL, Carlos

R

R

5-11

200 02/27/90

Santiago, DR

2011 CLUB Tacoma SEATTLE SEATTLE Tacoma SEATTLE Erie Jackson SEATTLE Jackson Tacoma SEATTLE SEATTLE Tacoma # Jackson Tacoma

CLASS AAA MLB MLB AAA MLB AA AA MLB AA AAA MLB MLB AAA AA AAA

AVG .303 .273 .188 .259 .225 .282 .310 .248 .312 .387 .258 .234 .000 .281 .279

G 66 90 81 138 15 91 33 123 66 24 53 123 4 105 27

AB R 271 57 333 39 288 24 559 121 40 7 348 63 129 20 436 51 266 33 106 24 182 22 427 38 11 1 395 45 111 7

H 82 91 54 145 9 98 40 108 83 41 47 100 0 111 31

2B 17 16 11 32 3 14 7 19 25 8 13 24 0 22 6

3B 3 7 1 3 0 4 3 3 1 2 0 0 0 2 1

HR 9 6 1 30 3 7 3 3 4 3 3 15 0 6 0

RBI 35 36 15 104 6 46 23 39 37 17 13 55 0 35 10

BB 55 40 21 61 3 19 4 34 26 11 13 55 3 25 2

SO 38 79 42 170 17 80 24 87 38 12 36 105 1 71 17

SB 7 6 11 5 1 7 3 13 8 3 3 0 0 5 1

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2011 CLUB Tacoma SEATTLE Jackson Portland Jackson Tacoma # SEATTLE Tacoma SEATTLE Albuquerque Tacoma SEATTLE SEATTLE Tacoma SEATTLE DETROIT Toledo SEATTLE CLASS AAA MLB AA AA AA AAA MLB AAA MLB AAA AAA MLB MLB AAA MLB MLB AAA MLB AVG .343 .276 .216 .340 .208 .275 .224 .317 .196 .293 .111 .210 .149 .288 .272 .257 .370 .216 G 66 79 126 88 32 11 92 57 46 100 3 44 58 64 161 64 7 31

NO. OUTFIELDERS (9) 20 CARP, Mike

B L

T R

HT 6-2

WT DOB 210 06/30/86

BIRTHPLACE Long Beach, CA

70 5

CHAVEZ, Johermyn CHIANG, Chih-Hsien

R L

R R

6-3 6-2

225 01/26/89 195 02/21/88

Turmero, VZ Taitung, Taiwan

21

GUTIERREZ, Franklin

R

R

6-2

190 02/21/83

Caracas, VZ

4

PEGUERO, Carlos

L

L

6-5

245 02/22/87

Hondo Valle, DR

12

ROBINSON, Trayvon

S

R

5-10

201 09/01/87

Los Angeles, CA

55

SAUNDERS, Michael

L

R

6-4

215 11/19/86

Victoria, BC

51 33

SUZUKI, Ichiro WELLS, Casper

L R

R R

5-11 6-2

172 10/22/73 210 11/23/84

Kasugai, Japan Grand Rapids, MI

AB 251 290 439 321 130 40 322 240 143 368 9 143 161 236 677 113 27 102

R 55 27 47 68 11 7 26 44 14 70 1 12 16 51 80 16 4 14

H 86 80 95 109 27 11 72 76 28 108 1 30 24 68 184 29 10 22

2B 14 17 16 37 7 2 13 15 3 9 0 12 5 11 22 10 2 1

3B 0 1 4 4 0 2 0 2 2 6 0 0 0 3 3 0 2 0

HR 21 12 13 18 0 0 1 13 6 26 0 2 2 7 5 4 2 7

RBI 64 46 50 76 10 6 19 47 19 71 0 14 8 38 47 12 6 15

BB 28 19 49 25 6 6 16 15 8 45 3 8 12 50 39 9 3 9

SO 50 81 124 61 30 7 56 82 54 122 4 61 56 71 69 29 8 42

SB 6 0 6 6 1 0 13 8 0 8 1 1 6 10 40 1 0 2

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2012 SEATTLE MARINERS NON-ROSTER INVITEES
RESIDENCE Ovideo, FL Ewing, NJ Corunna, IN Geneva, IL Aledo, TX Springfield, MO Las Vegas, NV 2011 CLUB CLASS W-L ERA G GS CG SV IP H R ER BB SO MLS 0.031 0.011 0.000 7.062 1.113 2.163 0.091

NO. PITCHERS (16)

B

T

HT

WT DOB

BIRTHPLACE

31 88

FOX, Matt GARRISON, Steve

R S

R L

6-3 6-1

192 12/04/82 195 09/12/86

Columbus, OH Trenton, NJ

78

GRUBE, Jarrett

R

R

6-4

220 11/05/81

Corunna, IN

46

HEILMAN, Aaron

R

R

6-5

230 11/12/78

Logansport, IN

39 53

HENN, Sean KINNEY, Josh

R R

L R

6-3 6-1

235 04/23/81 215 03/31/79

Fort Worth, TX Coudersport, PA

69

MARQUEZ, Jeff

R

R

6-2

190 08/10/84

Vacaville, CA

25

MILLWOOD, Kevin

R

R

6-4

230 12/24/74

Gastonia, NC

Gainesville, GA

13.109

58 Ladner, BC, CAN Paradise Valley, AZ Ooltewah, TN San Salvador, El Salvador Seattle, WA

PATTERSON, Scott

R

R

6-7

225 06/20/79

Pittsburgh, PA

Freeburg, IL

0.020 0.000 8.034 0.000 0.000 0.000

154
Montreal, QC, CAN Yucaipa, CA RESIDENCE Key West, FL Maracaibo, VZ Cumana, VZ 2011 CLUB A CLASS 6-5 AVG 2.89 G High Desert Jackson Tacoma Tucson Mississippi Jackson A AA AAA AAA AA AA .250 .196 .256 .240 .219 .214 1 42 37 76 40 32

65

PAXTON, James

L

L

6-4

220 11/06/88

Richmond, BC, CAN

36 76

PEREZ, Oliver PRYOR, Stephen

L R

L R

6-3 6-4

210 08/15/81 245 0/7/23/89

Culiacan, MEX Donelson, TN

50

RAMIREZ, Erasmo

R

R

5-11

205 05/02/90

Rivas, Nicaragua

60

SNOW, Forrest

R

R

6-6

220 12/30/88

Seattle, WA

77 68

VALIQUETTE, Philippe WALKER, Taijuan

L R

L R

6-1 6-4

205 02/14/87 210 08/13/92

Montreal, QC, CAN Shreveport, LA

Pawtucket Trenton Staten Island NEW YORK (AL) Jackson Tacoma ARIZONA Lehigh Valley Indianapolis Las Vegas Charlotte CHICAGO (AL) Charlotte NEW YORK (AL) GCL Yankees # Tampa # Trenton Trenton Scranton/WB Pawtucket COLORADO Jackson Tacoma Clinton Jackson Harrisburg High Desert Jackson Jackson Tacoma Clinton High Desert Tacoma Injured - Did Not Pitch Clinton 18 AB 18 R 1 H 0 2B 96.2 3B 69 HR 33 RBI 31 BB 39 SO

AAA AA A MLB AA AAA MLB AAA AAA AAA AAA MLB AAA MLB R A AA AA AAA AAA MLB AA AAA A AA AA A AA AA AAA A A AAA

10-4 4-8 0-0 0-0 5-2 4-4 4-1 0-0 2-0 3-2 6-3 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 1-1 2-0 1-0 1-1 5-1 4-3 1-1 3-3 3-3 3-0 3-5 1-0 2-1 7-6 3-2 2-7 2-3 1-2

3.96 5.95 0.00 0.00 3.11 4.95 6.88 8.38 0.00 2.79 2.77 6.62 3.97 2.25 0.00 6.08 2.25 0.00 8.00 4.28 3.98 2.53 3.99 2.73 1.85 3.09 7.67 1.19 4.73 5.10 3.62 8.10 5.35

28 17 1 1 14 14 32 9 7 43 49 13 9 3 2 4 3 1 2 13 9 16 36 10 7 16 22 17 19 7 13 6 9

21 16 1 0 14 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 2 4 3 1 2 13 9 0 0 10 7 15 0 0 19 7 13 6 2

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

129.2 107 75.2 102 5.0 4 0.2 0 84.0 79 60.0 51 35.1 48 9.2 14 8.2 3 61.1 55 61.2 49 17.2 23 47.2 53 4.0 5 4.0 1 13.1 17 20.0 9 7.0 1 9.0 14 73.2 79 54.1 58 21.1 18 47.1 47 56.0 45 39.0 28 75.2 78 27.0 18 22.2 9 110.1 127 42.1 51 74.2 62 33.1 49 35.1 34

58 58 0 0 35 34 28 9 0 21 22 13 27 1 0 9 7 0 8 36 26 6 21 21 10 34 24 4 74 27 34 30 21

57 50 0 0 29 33 27 9 0 19 19 13 21 1 0 9 5 0 8 35 24 6 21 17 8 26 23 3 58 24 30 30 21

49 20 1 0 20 18 11 6 3 29 17 7 15 0 2 4 3 4 2 25 8 1 6 30 13 27 26 7 19 13 19 13 10

122 46 4 0 69 51 33 8 6 61 66 20 36 2 2 7 11 3 7 66 36 24 53 80 51 58 34 27 81 35 71 20 36 0.000 113 SB

0.000 MLS 0.000 1.165 137 84 13 4 30 18 5 3 0 0 0 1 10 9 6 5 12 7 0 0 0.000

NO. CATCHERS (3)

B

T

HT

WT DOB

BIRTHPLACE

73

HENRIQUEZ, Ralph

S

R

6-1

205 04/07/87

Key West, FL

3

QUIROZ, Guillermo

R

R

6-1

215 11/29/81

Maracaibo, VZ

4 138 133 250

0 12 14 33

1 27 34 60

1 6 7 18

0 1 0 2

0 1 1 5

0 18 16 44

0 12 5 20

2 29 17 67

0 0 0 0

2

SUCRE, Jesus

R

R

6-0

225 04/30/88

Cumana, VZ

0.000

0.000

13.000

MLS

0.000 5.001

MLS

0.127

MLS SB

SB

8 9 13 5 0 0 1 0 1 31 1 0 0

SB

10 7 2 6

2 2

0.000

NUMERICAL ROSTER WITH SERVICE TIME BREAKDOWN
1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 20 21 23 25 26 27 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 41 43 45 46 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 57 57 58 59 60 61 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 88 RODRIGUEZ, Luis* ..................... 5.001 SUCRE, Jesus* ........................... 0.000 QUIROZ, Guillermo*.................... 1.165 PEGUERO, Carlos ...................... 0.076 CHIANG, Chih-Hsien ................. 0.000 FORD, Darren* ............................ 0.127 GUILLEN, Carlos* ..................... 13.000 FIGGINS, Chone ......................... 8.145 MOORE, Adam ........................... 1.167 ROBINSON, Trayvon................... 0.055 ACKLEY, Dustin .......................... 0.105 SEAGER, Kyle ............................. 0.085 LIDDI, Alex .................................. 0.023 SMOAK, Justin ........................... 1.116 IWAKUMA, Hisashi ..................... 0.000 CARP, Mike ................................. 1.010 GUTIERREZ, Franklin ................. 5.080 KELLEY, Shawn .......................... 2.160 MILLWOOD, Kevin*................... 13.109 RYAN, Brendan ........................... 4.082 JASO, John ................................. 2.032 OLIVO, Miguel............................. 8.171 FOX, Matt* .................................. 0.031 KUO, Hong-Chih ......................... 5.114 WELLS, Casper........................... 1.050 HERNANDEZ, Felix ..................... 6.060 DELABAR, Steve......................... 0.023 PEREZ, Oliver* ............................ 8.034 JIMENEZ, Cesar ......................... 2.070 VARGAS, Jason .......................... 4.114 HENN, Sean*............................... 1.113 FURBUSH, Charlie...................... 0.121 LEAGUE, Brandon ...................... 5.145 NOESI, Hector ............................ 0.139 HEILMAN, Aaron* ....................... 7.062 BEAVAN, Blake ........................... 0.088 RAMIREZ, Erasmo* ..................... 0.000 SUZUKI, Ichiro .......................... 11.000 SHERRILL, George ..................... 6.147 KINNEY, Josh* ............................ 2.163 WILHELMSEN, Tom .................... 0.106 SAUNDERS, Michael .................. 1.138 CAMP, Shawn ............................. 6.170 LUETGE, Lucas........................... 0.000 PATTERSON, Scott*.................... 0.020 RUFFIN, Chance ......................... 0.066 SNOW, Forrest*........................... 0.000 KAWASAKI, Munenori* ............... 0.000 MONTERO, Jesus....................... 0.028 TRIUNFEL, Carlos....................... 0.000 PAXTON, James* ........................ 0.000 MARTINEZ, Francisco ................ 0.000 ROBLES, Mauricio ...................... 0.075 WALKER, Taijuan* ....................... 0.000 MARQUEZ, Jeff* ......................... 0.091 CHAVEZ, Johermyn .................... 0.000 FRANKLIN, Nick* ........................ 0.000 CATRICALA, Vinnie*.................... 0.000 HENRIQUEZ, Ralph* ................... 0.000 MEDINA, Yoervis ......................... 0.000 HULTZEN, Danny ........................ 0.000 PRYOR, Stephen* ....................... 0.000 VALIQUETTE, Philippe*............... 0.000 GRUBE, Jarrett* .......................... 0.000 JIMENEZ, Luis* ........................... 0.000 GARRISON, Steve* ..................... 0.011

SO

45 47 56 18 6 2 10 2 16 84 21 4 1

SO

23 5 4 24 4 1 6 9

SO BB

BB

33 24 31 6 0 1 6 0 5 36 16 2 2

BB

18 39

17 55

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RBI

61 45 20 6 0 2 9 0 13 37 14 3 2

RBI

7 0 6 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 15 4 9 24 10 7 9 11 71 14 24 86 18 26 8 23 .211 .286 .375 .279 AAA MLB R AA Fresno SAN FRANCISCO AZL Giants Richmond Vineland, NJ 188 10/01/85 Vineland, NJ 5-9 R R

RBI HR 3B 2B H R AB G AVG CLASS 2011 CLUB RESIDENCE BIRTHPLACE HT T B WT DOB

HR

14 11 5 2 0 0 1 0 3 1 2 1 0

HR

3B

1 3 5 2 0 0 0 0 1 7 0 0 0

3B

2B

19 29 10 3 0 2 6 0 2 19 10 1 1

2B

H

99 83 71 27 1 3 17 1 22 161 23 9 3

H

R

56 45 50 13 1 1 9 0 8 71 10 3 2

R

AB

282 239 258 83 11 15 49 4 95 603 117 31 9

AB

G

71 62 64 21 3 4 14 1 28 144 44 7 3

G

AVG

.351 .347 .275 .325 .091 .200 .347 .250 .232 .267 .197 .290 .333

AVG

CLASS

A AA A AA R A AAA AA MLB NPB MLB AAA R

CLASS

High Desert Jackson High Desert Jackson AZL Mariners Lakeland # Toledo # Erie # DETROIT Fukuoka SEATTLE Tacoma # Everett

2011 CLUB

2011 CLUB

Kagoshima, Japan San Carlos, VZ

220 10/31/88

180 03/02/91

213 09/30/75

165 06/03/81 190 06/27/80

HT

6-3

6-1

6-1

5-10 5-9

HT

T

R

R

R

R R

T

B

B

R

S

S

L S

KAWASAKI, Munenori RODRIGUEZ, Luis

CATRICALA, Vinnie

NO. OUTFIELDERS (1)

NO. INFIELDERS (5)

GUILLEN, Carlos

FRANKLIN, Nick

JIMENEZ, Luis

L

L

6-3

280 0/07/82

WT DOB

WT DOB

Barquisimeto, VZ

Sacramento, CA

BIRTHPLACE

BIRTHPLACE

Sanford, FL

Marcay, VZ

Barquisimeto, VZ

Sacramento, CA

Fukuoka, Japan San Carlos, VZ

Longwood, FL

RESIDENCE

RESIDENCE

Aragua, VZ

Jackson Tacoma

AA AAA

.317 .285

30 74

101 284

17 51

32 81

3 12

1 1

4 12

18 57

FORD, Darren

* Non-Roster Invite

NO. DH (1)

72

71

61 1

79

8

7

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HOW THE 2012 MARINERS WERE BUILT
JUNE FIRST-YEAR PLAYER DRAFT (6)
Player Dustin Ackley Danny Hultzen Shawn Kelley Adam Moore Michael Saunders Kyle Seager Year 2009 2011 2006 2006 2004 2009 Rd 1st 1st 13th 6th 11th 3rd School University of North Carolina University of Virginia Austin Peay University University of Texas-Arlington Lambrick Park Secondary School University of North Carolina

2012 MARINERS

NON-DRAFTED FREE AGENT (6)
Player Felix Hernandez Cesar Jimenez Alex Liddi Yoervis Medina Carlos Peguero Carlos Triunfel Date Signed July 4, 2002 July 2, 2001 Sept. 9, 2005 July 25, 2005 Jan. 20, 2005 Sept. 23, 2006 School / Country Venezuela Venezuela Italy Venezuela Dominican Republic Dominican Republic

MAJOR LEAGUE FREE AGENT (7)
Player Shawn Camp Chone Figgins Hisashi Iwakuma Hong-Chih Kuo Miguel Olivo George Sherrill Ichiro Suzuki Date Signed Feb. 3, 2012 Dec. 8, 2009 Jan. 5, 2012 Feb. 4, 2012 Jan. 3, 2011 Dec. 30, 2011 Nov. 18, 2000 Last Organization Toronto LA Angels Rakuten (Japan) Los Angeles (NL) Colorado Atlanta Orix (Japan)

MINOR LEAGUE FREE AGENT (2)
Player Steve Delabar Tom Wilhelmsen Date Signed April 20, 2011 Feb. 26, 2010 Last Organization Out of affiliated baseball Tucson (Independent)

RULE 5 DRAFT (1)
Player Lucas Luetge Year 2011 Phase MLB Round 1 Last Organization Milwaukee

TRADE (18)
Player
Blake Beavan Mike Carp Johermyn Chavez Chih-Hsien Chiang Charlie Furbush Franklin Gutierrez John Jaso Brandon League Francisco Martinez Jesus Montero Hector Noesi Trayvon Robinson Mauricio Robles Chance Ruffin Brendan Ryan Justin Smoak Jason Vargas Casper Wells Texas New York (NL) Toronto Boston Detroit Cleveland Tampa Bay Toronto Detroit New York (AL) New York (AL) Boston Detroit Detroit St. Louis Texas New York (NL) Detroit

Team

Date

July 9, 2010 Dec. 10, 2008 Dec. 23, 2009 July 31, 2011 July 30, 2011 Dec. 10, 2008 Nov. 27, 2011 Dec. 23, 2009 July 30, 2011 Jan. 23, 2012 Jan. 23, 2012 July 31, 2011 July 31, 2009 Aug. 17, 2011 Dec. 13, 2010 July 9, 2010 Dec. 10, 2008 July 30, 2011

In Exchange For

Cliff Lee (LHP), Mark Lowe (RHP) J.J. Putz (RHP), Jeremy Reed (OF), Sean Green (RHP) -- 3 team, 12-player trade Brandon Morrow (RHP) Erik Bedard (LHP), Josh Fields (RHP) Doug Fister (RHP), David Pauley (RHP) J.J. Putz (RHP), Jeremy Reed (OF), Sean Green (RHP) -- 3 team, 12-player trade Josh Lueke (RHP) Brandon Morrow (RHP) Doug Fister (RHP), David Pauley (RHP) Michael Pineda (RHP), Jose Campos (RHP) Michael Pineda (RHP), Jose Campos (RHP) Erik Bedard (LHP), Josh Fields (RHP) Jarrod Washburn (LHP) Doug Fister (RHP), David Pauley (RHP) Maikel Cleto (RHP) Cliff Lee (LHP), Mark Lowe (RHP) J.J. Putz (RHP), Jeremy Reed (OF), Sean Green (RHP) -- 3 team, 12-player trade Doug Fister (RHP), David Pauley (RHP)

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Dustin Ackley ranked 6th in AL Rookie of the Year voting.

2011 MajoR LEaguE StaNdINgS
aMERICaN LEaguE
EAST NEW YORK TAMPA BAY * BOSTON TORONTO BALTIMORE CENTRAL DETROIT CLEVELAND CHICAGO KANSAS CITY MINNESOTA WON 97 91 90 81 69 WON 95 80 79 71 63 WON 96 86 74 67 LOST 65 71 72 81 93 LOST 67 82 83 91 99 LOST 66 76 88 95 PCT. .599 .562 .556 .500 .426 PCT. .586 .494 .488 .438 .389 PCT. .593 .531 .457 .414 GB 6.0 7.0 16.0 28.0 GB 15.0 16.0 24.0 32.0 GB 10.0 22.0 29.0

NatIoNaL LEaguE
EAST PHILADELPHIA ATLANTA WASHINGTON NEW YORK FLORIDA CENTRAL MILWAUKEE ST. LOUIS * CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH CHICAGO HOUSTON WEST ARIZONA SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES COLORADO SAN DIEGO WON 102 89 80 77 72 WON 96 90 79 72 71 56 WON 94 86 82 73 71 LOST 60 73 81 85 90 LOST 66 72 83 90 91 106 LOST 68 76 79 89 91 PCT. .630 .549 .497 .475 .444 PCT. .593 .556 .488 .444 .438 .346 PCT. .580 .531 .509 .451 .438 GB 13.0 21.5 25.0 30.0 GB 6.0 17.0 24.0 25.0 40.0 GB 8.0 11.5 21.0 23.0

2011 IN REVIEW

WEST TEXAS LA ANGELS OAKLAND SEATTLE *wild card winner

2011 dEPaRtMENtaL LEadERS
BattINg
AMERICAN LEAGUE M. Cabrera, DET C. Granderson, NYY A. Gonzalez, BOS M. Young, TEX J. Ellsbury, BOS M. Cabrera, DET P. Bourjos, LAA A. Jackson, DET J. Bautista, TOR C. Granderson, NYY B. Gardner, NYY J. Bautista, TOR M. Cabrera, DET D. Pedroia, BOS .344 136 213 213 364 48 11 11 43 119 49 .608 .448 25 Batting Average Runs Hits Total Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Stolen Bases Slugging Pct. On Base Pct. Longest Batting Streak NATIONAL LEAGUE J. Reyes, NYM .337 M. Kemp, LAD 115 S. Castro, CHI 207 M. Kemp, LAD J. Votto, CIN J. Reyez, NYM S. Victorino, PHI M. Kemp, LAD M. Kemp, LAD M. Bourn, HOU R. Braun, MIL J. Votto, CIN D. Uggla, ATL 353 40 16 16 39 126 61 .597 .416 33

PItCHINg
AMERICAN LEAGUE J. Verlander, DET J. Verlander, DET J. Shields, TB D. Holland, TEX J. Shields, TB J. Valverde, DET J. Verlander, DET J. Verlander, DET J. Verlander, DET 24 2.41 11 4 4 49 251.0 250 .828 Wins ERA Complete Games Shutouts Saves Innings Pitched Strikeouts Winning Percentage NATIONAL LEAGUE C. Kershaw, LAD 21 I. Kennedy, ARI 21 C. Kershaw, LAD 2.28 R. Halladay, PHI 8 C. Lee, PHI 6 C. Kimbrel, ATL J. Axford, MIL C. Carpenter, STL C. Kershaw, LAD I. Kennedy, ARI 46 46 237.1 248 .840

aWaRd WINNERS
AMERICAN LEAGUE J. Maddon, TB J. Verlander, DET J. Verlander, DET J. Hellickson, TB Manager MVP Cy Young Rookie of the Year NATIONAL LEAGUE K. Gibson, ARI R. Braun, MIL C. Kershaw, LAD C. Kimbrel, ATL

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aMERICaN LEaguE StatIStICS
CLUB TEXAS BOSTON DETROIT KANSAS CITY NEW YORK BALTIMORE LOS ANGELES CHICAGO CLEVELAND TORONTO MINNESOTA OAKLAND TAMPA BAY SEATTLE TOTALS AVG .283 .280 .277 .275 .263 .257 .253 .252 .250 .249 .247 .244 .244 .233 .258 G 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 1134 AB 5659 5710 5563 5672 5518 5585 5513 5502 5509 5559 5487 5452 5436 5421 77586

2011 CLuB BattINg
R 855 875 787 730 867 708 667 654 704 743 619 645 707 556 10036 H 1599 1600 1540 1560 1452 1434 1394 1387 1380 1384 1357 1330 1324 1263 20004 TB 2B 2603 310 2631 352 2412 297 2354 325 2451 267 2306 273 2216 289 2133 252 2184 290 2295 285 1975 259 2010 280 2187 273 1887 253 31644 4005

3B HR 32 210 35 203 34 169 41 129 33 222 13 191 34 155 16 154 26 154 34 186 25 103 29 114 37 172 22 109 411 2271

RBI BB SO SB 807 475 930 143 842 578 1108 102 750 521 1143 49 705 442 1006 153 836 627 1138 147 684 452 1120 81 629 442 1086 135 625 475 989 81 671 494 1269 89 704 525 1184 131 572 440 1048 92 612 509 1094 117 674 571 1193 155 534 435 1280 125 9645 6986 15588 1600

CS 45 42 20 58 46 25 52 53 42 52 39 43 62 40 619

2011 IN REVIEW

CLUB LOS ANGELES TAMPA BAY OAKLAND NEW YORK TEXAS SEATTLE DETROIT CHICAGO BOSTON CLEVELAND TORONTO KANSAS CITY MINNESOTA BALTIMORE TOTALS

W 86 91 74 97 96 67 95 79 90 80 81 71 63 69 1139

L 76 71 88 65 66 95 67 83 72 82 81 91 99 93 1129

ERA 3.57 3.58 3.71 3.73 3.79 3.90 4.04 4.10 4.20 4.23 4.32 4.44 4.58 4.89 4.08

2011 CLuB PItCHINg
G 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 1134 CG 12 15 6 5 10 12 4 6 2 2 7 2 7 3 93 SHO 11 13 12 8 19 10 14 14 13 4 10 6 8 7 149 REL 386 438 460 465 417 351 421 410 444 482 474 420 457 478 6103 SV 39 32 39 47 38 39 52 42 36 38 33 37 32 32 536

IP H R ER 1465.0 1388 633 581 1449.0 1263 614 577 1447.2 1380 679 597 1458.1 1423 657 605 1441.1 1327 677 607 1433.0 1369 675 621 1440.0 1406 711 647 1460.0 1463 706 665 1457.1 1366 737 680 1453.1 1482 760 683 1458.2 1433 761 700 1451.1 1487 762 716 1421.2 1564 804 724 1446.2 1568 860 786 20283.1 19919 10036 9189

HR BB SO 142 476 1058 161 504 1143 136 519 1160 152 507 1222 170 461 1179 145 436 1088 149 492 1115 147 439 1220 156 540 1213 153 463 1024 179 540 1169 163 557 1080 161 480 940 210 535 1044 2224 6949 15655

CLUB TAMPA BAY CHICAGO LOS ANGELES BOSTON KANSAS CITY NEW YORK DETROIT TORONTO CLEVELAND SEATTLE BALTIMORE TEXAS MINNESOTA OAKLAND TOTALS

PCT .988 .987 .985 .985 .985 .983 .983 .982 .982 .982 .982 .981 .980 .979 .983

2011 CLuB FIELdINg
G 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 162 1134 PO 4347 4380 4395 4372 4354 4375 4320 4376 4360 4299 4340 4324 4265 4343 60850 A 1519 1667 1723 1526 1700 1569 1639 1703 1689 1623 1655 1552 1621 1529 22715 E 73 79 93 92 95 102 103 110 110 108 110 114 119 124 1432

TC 5939 6126 6211 5990 6149 6046 6062 6189 6159 6030 6105 5990 6005 5996 84997

DP 138 129 157 120 149 141 148 148 130 152 159 164 153 145 2033

TP 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

PB 5 10 7 32 8 7 8 20 9 11 4 9 12 6 148

CLUB BALTIMORE DETROIT OAKLAND TAMPA BAY CHICAGO SEATTLE CLEVELAND NEW YORK TEXAS TORONTO MINNESOTA BOSTON KANSAS CITY LOS ANGELES TOTALS

2011 CLuB PINCH HIttINg SuMMaRY
AVG AB R H TB .298 57 3 17 23 .289 76 12 22 41 .262 65 9 17 26 .257 113 21 29 36 .242 62 9 15 23 .227 44 2 10 14 .221 68 5 15 24 .203 59 4 12 15 .197 61 8 12 18 .169 59 1 10 12 .169 83 7 14 19 .165 79 15 13 20 .152 33 3 5 9 .145 76 4 11 19 .216 935 103 202 299 2B 3 4 1 4 2 1 6 3 3 2 5 1 1 2 38 3B 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 HR RBI 1 6 5 16 2 15 1 13 2 6 1 6 1 11 0 5 1 12 0 5 0 5 2 7 1 3 2 9 19 119 SH 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 SF 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 7 HP BB IBB SO 1 1 0 13 2 5 1 15 1 7 0 13 1 22 1 33 1 10 2 16 1 4 0 21 1 7 1 22 0 12 5 17 0 4 0 14 1 4 0 20 0 8 0 34 1 7 0 18 0 3 0 13 0 9 0 21 10 103 10 270 SB 2 0 1 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 12

CS DP SLG OBP 0 3 .404 .322 0 2 .539 .345 0 2 .400 .338 0 1 .319 .382 0 2 .371 .356 0 0 .318 .300 1 1 .353 .303 0 2 .254 .338 0 0 .295 .242 0 1 .203 .234 0 0 .229 .242 0 1 .253 .239 0 0 .273 .222 0 1 .250 .230 1 16 .320 .299

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2011 MaRINERS BattINg
PLAYER AVG Ackley .273 Bard .210 RIGHT .125 LEFT .231 Bedard .200 Bradley .218 RIGHT .255 .180 LEFT Carp .276 Cust .213 Figgins .188 RIGHT .147 LEFT .207 Fister .333 Gimenez .203 Gutierrez .224 Halman .230 Hernandez .143 Kennedy .234 Langerhans .173 Liddi .225 Moore .167 Olivo .224 Peguero .196 Peña .209 Pineda .200 Robinson .210 RIGHT .158 LEFT .229 Rodriguez .197 RIGHT .194 LEFT .198 Ryan .248 Saunders .149 Seager .258 Smoak .234 RIGHT .254 LEFT .226 Suzuki .272 Vargas .000 Wells .216 Wilson,J .249 Wilson,M .148 SEATTLE .233 OPPONENTS .251 DH .226 PITCHERS .200 G 90 26 16 28 79 67 81 21 24 92 35 33 114 19 15 2 130 46 22 28 44 44 123 58 53 123 161 32 31 62 8 162 162 162 162 AB 333 81 16 65 5 101 51 50 290 225 288 95 193 6 59 322 87 7 380 52 40 6 477 143 67 5 143 38 105 117 31 86 436 161 182 427 130 297 677 2 102 173 27 5421 5455 558 25 H TB 2B 91 139 16 17 27 4 2 3 1 15 24 3 0 1 1 0 12 22 36 6 13 18 3 9 18 3 27 80 135 17 19 48 74 15 24 54 70 11 14 24 5 40 46 6 1 2 3 1 6 12 16 1 26 72 88 13 7 20 30 2 0 1 1 0 36 89 135 23 6 9 18 0 7 9 21 3 0 1 2 1 54 107 185 19 14 28 53 3 8 14 23 3 0 1 1 0 12 30 48 12 6 9 3 24 39 9 10 23 39 10 6 9 3 17 30 7 51 108 142 19 16 24 35 5 22 47 69 13 38 100 169 24 33 52 7 67 117 17 80 184 227 22 0 0 0 0 14 22 44 1 22 43 51 8 0 4 5 1 556 1263 1887 253 675 1369 2105 253 48 126 186 29 1 5 6 1 R 39 5 3B HR RBI 7 6 36 0 2 11 0 0 2 0 2 9 0 0 0 1 2 13 1 0 5 0 2 8 1 12 46 1 3 23 1 1 15 1 1 9 0 0 6 0 0 1 0 1 6 0 1 19 1 2 6 0 0 0 1 7 38 0 3 6 0 3 6 0 0 0 1 19 62 2 6 19 0 2 8 0 0 0 0 2 14 0 0 4 0 2 10 0 2 14 0 0 1 0 2 13 3 3 39 0 2 8 0 3 13 0 15 55 0 4 13 0 11 42 3 5 47 0 0 0 0 7 15 0 0 11 0 0 3 22 109 534 24 145 639 2 9 57 0 0 1 SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 3 1 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 3 2 0 2 9 5 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 38 31 1 1 SF 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 8 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 5 1 2 4 0 4 4 0 0 2 0 41 41 1 0 HP BB IBB SO SB 0 40 1 79 6 0 5 0 20 0 0 1 0 5 0 4 0 15 0 0 0 1 0 1 13 1 31 4 1 2 1 9 0 11 0 22 3 19 0 81 0 1 44 2 87 0 0 21 1 42 11 0 4 0 17 0 17 1 25 0 0 0 1 0 0 10 0 13 0 1 16 1 56 13 1 2 0 32 5 0 0 0 2 0 1 22 3 67 8 0 11 0 22 0 1 3 0 17 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 20 2 140 6 3 8 2 54 0 2 5 0 20 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 8 0 61 1 0 2 0 13 0 6 0 48 2 16 0 21 1 0 3 0 4 2 13 0 17 10 34 0 87 13 0 12 1 56 6 2 13 0 36 3 3 55 4 105 0 1 13 1 21 2 42 3 84 0 39 13 69 40 0 0 0 0 0 5 9 2 42 2 0 9 0 27 5 0 1 0 7 0 37 435 33 1280 125 51 436 27 1088 110 6 69 8 180 4 0 0 0 6 0 CS GIDP E 0 3 6 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 10 6 0 3 0 6 6 11 4 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 6 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 3 5 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 5 7 11 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 6 1 0 2 0 4 0 0 3 7 15 2 1 0 1 4 6 0 10 7 4 6 7 11 4 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 2 3 0 1 0 40 82 108 46 124 94 3 12 0 0 0 17 SLG .417 .333 .188 .369 .200 .356 .353 .360 .466 .329 .243 .253 .238 .500 .271 .273 .345 .143 .355 .346 .525 .333 .388 .371 .343 .200 .336 .237 .371 .333 .290 .349 .326 .217 .379 .396 .400 .394 .335 .000 .431 .295 .185 .348 .386 .333 .240 OBP .348 .256 .176 .275 .200 .313 .296 .328 .326 .344 .241 .180 .270 .333 .314 .261 .256 .143 .277 .317 .295 .167 .253 .252 .284 .200 .250 .200 .268 .299 .257 .314 .313 .207 .312 .323 .326 .322 .310 .000 .310 .283 .179 .292 .310 .317 .200

2011 IN REVIEW

2011 MaRINERS PItCHINg
PITCHER Beavan Bedard Cortes Delabar Fister Furbush Gray Hernandez Jimenez Kelley Laffey League Lueke Pauley Pineda Ray Ruffin Vargas Vasquez Wilhelmsen Wright SEATTLE OPPONENTS W-L 5-6 4-7 0-2 1-1 3-12 3-7 0-1 14-14 1-0 0-0 1-1 1-5 1-1 5-4 9-10 3-2 1-0 10-13 1-6 2-0 2-3 67-95 95-67 ERA G GS 4.27 15 15 3.45 16 16 5.91 10 0 2.57 6 0 3.33 21 21 6.62 11 10 4.89 24 0 3.47 33 33 5.40 8 0 0.00 10 0 4.01 36 0 2.79 65 0 6.06 25 0 2.15 39 0 3.74 28 28 4.68 29 0 3.86 13 0 4.25 32 32 8.90 7 7 3.31 25 0 3.16 60 0 3.90 162 162 3.12 162 162 CG GF SHO SV IP H R ER HR 0 0 0 0 97.0 106 46 46 13 0 0 0 0 91.1 77 41 35 11 0 3 0 0 10.2 13 7 7 1 0 4 0 0 7.0 5 2 2 1 3 0 0 0 146.0 139 57 54 7 0 0 0 0 53.0 61 41 39 11 0 6 0 1 35.0 39 19 19 3 5 0 0 0 233.2 218 99 90 19 0 1 0 0 6.2 6 4 4 0 0 2 0 0 12.2 7 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 42.2 54 20 19 7 0 60 0 37 61.1 56 25 19 3 0 8 0 0 32.2 34 22 22 2 0 13 0 0 54.1 38 13 13 2 0 0 0 0 171.0 133 76 71 18 0 15 0 0 32.2 33 18 17 2 0 2 0 0 14.0 13 6 6 2 4 0 3 0 201.0 205 105 95 22 0 0 0 0 29.1 46 35 29 13 0 10 0 0 32.2 25 13 12 2 0 19 0 1 68.1 61 26 24 6 12 150 10 39 1433.0 1369 675 621 145 14 148 16 41 1444.1 1263 556 501 109 HB 3 1 1 1 9 3 0 7 0 0 1 2 0 4 5 0 0 4 3 2 5 51 37 BB IBB SO WP 15 0 42 4 30 0 87 5 6 0 3 1 4 1 7 0 32 2 89 3 16 1 41 2 17 2 16 1 67 0 222 12 3 0 7 2 3 1 10 0 16 3 24 2 10 2 45 4 13 1 29 5 16 4 34 0 55 1 173 9 12 2 22 4 9 0 15 1 59 4 131 3 10 0 13 0 13 0 30 6 30 3 48 4 436 27 1088 68 435 33 1280 47 BK 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 6 3

OPP AVG .278 .226 .302 .217 .252 .289 .283 .248 .222 .159 .305 .239 .270 .200 .211 .270 .245 .260 .351 .210 .246 .251 .233

Stats are only for games played with Seattle

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2011 MaRINERS FIELdINg
PItCHERS (21)
PLAYER Beavan Bedard Cortes Delabar Fister Furbush Gray Hernandez Jimenez Kelley Laffey League Lueke Pauley Pineda Ray Ruffin Vargas Vasquez Wilhelmsen Wright PCT 1.000 .900 1.000 .975 1.000 .700 .965 1.000 .000 1.000 .625 1.000 1.000 .962 1.000 .966 .600 .875 .944 G 15 16 10 6 21 11 24 33 8 10 36 65 25 39 28 29 13 32 7 25 60 GS 15 16 0 0 21 10 0 33 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 0 0 32 7 0 0 PO 5 2 2 0 17 1 1 27 0 0 7 1 0 3 8 2 0 4 0 1 10 A 10 7 2 0 22 7 6 28 1 0 9 4 3 7 17 4 0 24 3 6 7 E 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 TC 15 10 4 0 40 8 10 57 1 1 16 8 3 10 26 6 0 29 5 8 18 DP 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 2 TP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PLAYER Ackley Wilson, J. Kennedy Rodriguez Seager

SECoNd BaSE (5)
PCT .984 .990 .993 .952 1.000 G 86 45 34 7 3 GS PO A 85 144 225 38 79 111 34 47 100 2 11 9 3 2 7 E 6 2 1 1 0 TC 375 192 148 21 9 DP 49 28 20 3 0 TP 0 0 0 0 0

tHIRd BaSE (6)
PLAYER Figgins Kennedy Liddi Rodriguez Seager Wilson, J. PCT .941 .965 .971 1.000 .967 1.000 G 80 27 14 11 42 1 GS 77 24 13 9 38 1 PO A 40 134 18 37 9 25 7 10 31 85 2 2 E 11 2 1 0 4 0 TC 185 57 35 17 120 4 DP 11 3 2 3 2 1 TP 0 0 0 0 0 0

2011 IN REVIEW

SHoRtStoP (4)
PLAYER Ryan Rodriguez Wilson, J. Seager PCT .974 .968 .986 .944 G GS PO A 123 120 186 371 23 21 35 57 13 13 28 44 10 8 14 20 E 15 3 1 2 TC 572 95 73 36 DP 79 15 7 6 TP 0 0 0 0

CatCHER (4)
PLAYER Bard Gimenez Moore Olivo PCT .988 1.000 1.000 .988 G GS PO 25 23 156 20 17 111 2 2 11 127 120 835 A 12 9 1 71 E 2 0 0 11 TC 170 120 12 917 DP 2 2 0 7 PB 0 0 0 11

outFIELdERS (13)
PLAYER Bradley Carp Figgins Gimenez Gutierrez Halman Langerhans Peguero Robinson Saunders Suzuki Wells Wilson, M. PCT .964 .927 1.000 -1.000 1.000 1.000 .988 .933 1.000 .985 .983 1.000 G GS PO 26 26 53 28 26 49 2 1 2 3 1 0 92 85 237 35 25 59 17 15 33 43 41 82 41 38 80 56 47 139 151 151 263 24 24 55 7 6 10 A 0 2 0 0 7 0 0 3 3 1 7 4 1 E 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 4 1 0 TC 55 55 2 0 244 59 33 86 89 140 274 60 11 DP 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 5 2 0 TP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FIRSt BaSE (6)
PLAYER Ackley Carp Gimenez Kennedy Rodriguez Smoak PCT 1.000 .993 1.000 .992 1.000 .993 G GS PO 1 0 8 34 30 253 2 2 15 36 23 217 1 0 3 108 107 884 A 0 14 1 24 0 59 E 0 2 0 2 0 7 TC 8 269 16 243 3 950 DP 0 27 5 21 0 87 TP 0 0 0 0 0 0

2011 Pinch Hitters
BATTER Ackley Bradley Carp Cust Gutierrez Halman Kennedy Langerhans Liddi Olivo Peguero Peña Robinson Rodriguez Seager Smoak Wilson,M TOTALS B L S L L R R L L R R L R S S L S R AVG .333 .000 .000 .250 .000 .000 .364 .000 .000 .800 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .227 PA 3 1 4 4 2 1 12 1 1 5 1 2 2 5 3 4 1 52 AB 3 1 2 4 2 1 11 1 1 5 1 2 2 3 3 1 1 44 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 H 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 TB 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 2B 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 RBI 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 6 BB 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 4 SO SLG 1 .333 1 .000 1 .000 3 .250 2 .000 1 .000 3 .455 1 .000 1 .000 0 1.400 0 .000 1 .000 2 .000 1 .000 2 .000 1 .000 0 .000 21 .318 OBP .333 .000 .333 .250 .000 .000 .364 .000 .000 .800 .000 .000 .000 .200 .000 .750 .000 .300

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SEattLE MaRINERS 2011 tEaM HIgHLIgHtS
WINS aNd LoSSES…the Mariners posted a 67-95 (.414) record and placed 4th in the American League West (29.0 games behind division winner Texas)…recorded 95+ losses for 3rd time in last 4 seasons…went 43-48 (.473) prior to the All-Star break and 24-47 (.338) following the Midsummer Classic…posted one winning month during the season (May, 15-11)…also went 13-15 in April and August…posted a 39-45 (.464) record at Safeco Field and 28-50 (.359) record on the road…posted a series record of 20-28-5. YoutH MoVEMENt…the Mariners ended the season with 15 rookies on the 33-man roster: dustin ackley, Blake Beavan, Mike Carp, dan Cortes, Steve delabar, Charlie Furbush, alex Liddi, josh Lueke, Michael Pineda, trayvon Robinson, Chance Ruffin, Kyle Seager, anthony Vasquez, Casper Wells and tom Wilhelmsen…roster also included 14 players under the age of 25 and 18 players with less than 2 years of MLB service time…12 players made their MLB debut in 2011, 4th-most in club history (record is 15 in ‘04), and 18 total rookies saw action during the season. BBWaa aWaRdS…INF dustin ackley was named the Mariners MVP position player, RHP Felix Hernandez the MVP pitcher and SS Brendan Ryan the Unsung Hero in awards presented by the Seattle chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America…the MVP award was the 1st for Ackley, becoming the first rookie to win the award since Ichiro shared the award with Bret Boone in 2001…the Pitcher of the Year award for Hernandez was the fourth in as many seasons. aLL-StaRS aMoNg uS…Mariners pitchers Felix Hernandez (2nd ASG), Brandon League (1st ASG) & Michael Pineda (1st ASG) were elected to play for the AL in the 82nd All-Star Game July 12 in Phoenix… marks the first time since 2003 that the Mariners had multiple pitchers represented in the Midsummer Classic (Moyer, Hasegawa)…Pineda became the second Mariners rookie pitcher to be named to the All-Star roster, joining LHP Matt Young in 1983…Pineda pitched a scoreless 3rd inning with a pair of strikeouts, becoming the first AL All-Star to record 2 or more strikeouts as a rookie since Don Schwall in 1961. tHE WoRKHoRSE…Felix Hernandez became the first pitcher in club history with 3 seasons (2009, 2010, 2011) with at least 30 starts, 200 strikeouts, 200.0 innings and an ERA under 3.50…King Felix has strung together the following impressive seasons: 2009 — 19-5, 2.49, 34 GS, 217 SO, 238.2 IP); 2010 —13-12, 2.27, 34 GS, 232 SO, 249.2 IP; 2011 — 14-14, 3.47, 33 GS, 222 SO, 233.2 IP)…Randy Johnson (1993 & 1995) and Mark Langston (1985 & 1988) are the only other Mariners pitchers to record two such seasons as a Mariner. YouNg guN…Michael Pineda ranked 2nd in the American League averaging 9.11 strikeouts per 9.0 innings (173 K’s, 171.0 IP)…that’s the highest K/9.0 IP by an AL rookie pitcher since Herb Score (CLE, 1955, 9.70)…rookie record for K/9.0 is held by Kerry Wood (12.58 in 1998)…last MLB rookie with higher K/9.0 was Rick Ankiel (9.98 in 2000)…Pineda set the Mariners rookie record for K/9.0 IP, betting the previous mark of 8.16 K/9.0 IP by Mark Langston in 1984 (204 K’s, 225.0 IP)…Pineda’s 173 K’s ranked 2nd in club rookie history behind Langston (204 in 1984). 200.02…Felix Hernandez (233.2) and jason Vargas (201.0) are the first pair of Mariners teammates to both log at least 200.0 innings since Jamie Moyer (202.0) and Ryan Franklin (200.1) in 2004…the Mariners are one of three AL teams with at least 2 pitchers with 200.0 innings pitched for their team: LAA (Haren-WeaverSantana), TB (Shields-Price)…Detroit also has Doug Fister and Justin Verlander, but with Fister recording 146.0 of 216.1 innings with Seattle. 200 PuNCHoutS…Felix Hernandez recorded 222 strikeouts, giving him his 3rd consecutive 200-strikeout season (217 in ‘09, 232 in ‘10)…is the 3rd pitcher in club history with 200 K’s in 3 consecutive season, joining Randy Johnson (5 straight, 1991-95) and Mark Langston (3 straight, 1986-88)…Johnson (7 seasons) and Langston (4 seasons) are the only pitchers in club history ahead of Felix for total 200-strikeout seasons. WaLK-oFF LoSSES…Seattle recorded a club-record 13 walk-off losses, passing the previous record of 12 in 1988 and 2010…tied with the Los Angeles Angels for most walk-off losses in the Majors…only 2 teams since 2000 have recorded 14 walk-off losses in a season (Texas in 2002, San Francisco in 2004)…dropped 15 total games in the opponents final at-bat and held a lead in 33 losses. tEaM LEadER…Miguel olivo tied the club record for home runs as a catcher (18) and set the record for most home runs (19) in a season by a catcher (primary position)…he tied Kenji Johjima (2006) & Dan Wilson (1996) for most HR as a Mariners backstop…also led the team with 62 RBI (Smoak finished 2nd with 55)…Olivo became the first catcher in club history to lead the team in either home runs or RBI…is only the 4th catcher during the expansion era (since ‘61) have led their teams in both HR and RBI: J. Romano (CLE - 1962), L. Parrish (DET - 1983, 1984) & V. Martinez (CLE - 2007).

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MaRINERS tEaM ERa RECoRdS
Mariners recorded a team ERA of 3.90 (621 ER, 1433.0 IP), the 7th-lowest in single-season club history, and 6th-lowest in the AL in 2011…here is a list of top singleseason ERA in club history: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 2001 ............3.54 (576 ER, 1465.0 IP) 1990 ............3.69 (592 ER, 1443.1 IP) 2003 ............3.76 (602 ER, 1441.0 IP) 1991 ............3.79 (616 ER, 1464.1 IP) 2009 ............3.87 (625 ER, 1452.2 IP) 1982 ............3.88 (636 ER, 1476.1 IP) 2011 ........... 3.90 (621 ER, 1433.0 IP) 2010 ............3.93 (628 ER, 1438.0 IP) 1989 ............4.00 (639 ER, 1438.0 IP)

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It HaPPENEd IN 2011… • Close games -- 85 of 162 G (52.5%) were decided by 2 or fewer runs (26-28 in 1-run, 11-20 in 2-run)…28 1-run losses are T6th in club history (record is 31 in 1978). • Walk-off Losses -- Mariners set club record with 13 walk-off losses. • Losing Streak -- Recorded a club-record 17-game losing streak July 6-26. • Youth Movement -- 12 players made MLB debut and 18 rookies appeared during 2011 season. • the King -- Felix Hernandez went 14-14, 3.47 and ranked 4th in the AL with 222 strikeouts…he led the AL with 7 games with double-digits in strikeouts. • Mariners ranked T2nd in the AL with 12 complete games…Felix Hernandez was 2nd with 5. • Brandon League ranked 3rd in the AL with 37 saves, T4th-most in club history…saved 37 of Mariners 67 wins (55.2 %), the highest percentage in team history (Guardado, 2005, 36 of 69, 52.1 %). • Ichiro became the club all-time hits leader (2,428) passing Edgar Martinez (2,247) April 2 at Oakland. • Michael Pineda (April) and Mike Carp (August) were named AL Rookies of the Month. SHutoutS…the Mariners were shut out a club-record 16 times during the season, including 10 times after the All-Star break…led the AL and ranked 2nd in the Majors (SD - 19)…most times an AL team has been shut out since Detroit recorded 17 in 2003…finished the season with back-to-back shutouts, and carries a string of 20.0 consecutive scoreless innings into next season…also set a club record being held scoreless in 30.0 consecutive innings, July 10-16. VaRgaS SHutoutS…jason Vargas notched three shutouts: June 3 vs. Tampa Bay, June 19 vs. Philadelphia & July 1 vs. San Diego…his 3 shutouts are T3rd most in single-season club history behind Randy Johnson (4, 1994) and Dave Fleming (4, 1992)…became the first Mariners pitcher to have at least 3 shutouts in a season since Freddy Garcia (3, 2001)…additionally, all 3 of Vargas’s whitewashes came at Safeco Field, and tying the Mariners record for home shutouts in one season: Mike Moore (1988), Brian Holman (1991) & Dave Fleming (1992) each threw 3 shutouts in one season at the Kingdome. BuLLPEN BaNtER…Mariners relievers ranked 3rd in the American League with a 3.56 ERA (163 ER, 411.2 IP)…was the 5th-lowest bullpen ERA in club history, and lowest since a 3.36 mark in 2003…posted a 3.49 ERA prior to the All-Star break and a 3.63 mark in 68 games following the break…led the AL and ranked 2nd in the Majors for fewest home runs allowed: SF - 26, SEA - 32, SD - 32, LAD - 34, MIL - 34, ATL - 36. CLoSE gaMES…105 of the Mariners 162 games were decided by 3 or fewer runs…combined to play 85 games that were decided by 1 (26-28) or 2 (11-20) runs…also went 9-11 in 3-run decisions…over the last 4 seasons, over half the Mariners games (337 of 648) have been decided by 2 or fewer runs. MaRINERS HIt KINg…Ichiro broke the Mariners all-time hits record April 2 at Oakland, on the 10th Anniversary of his Major League debut (4/2/01)…he recorded career hit #2,248 with a 9th-inning infield single that was also the GWRBI…he broke the record of 2,247 set by Edgar Martinez (1987-2004) who had been the Mariners “Hit King” since April 3, 2001, when he took the top spot from Ken Griffey Jr…Ichiro heads into the 2012 season with 2,428 hits in 1,749 games as a Mariner. 20-SoMEtHINg…Mike Carp recorded a 20-game hitting streak July 30-Aug. 21 (.363/29x80, 13 R, 5 2B, 4 HR, 19 RBI)…he became the 7th Mariners player (12th time) to hit in 20 or more games, joining Ichiro (7x), Joey Cora, Richie Zisk, Dan Meyer, Yuniesky Betancourt and Alex Rodriguez (see list on pg 7)…20 games is tied for 9th longest streak in club history…it was the 3rd-longest hitting streak by a rookie in club history, trailing a 23 & 21-game streak by Ichiro in 2001…Carp’s 20-game streak was also the longest by an AL rookie since Robb Quinlan hit in 21 straight in 2004, and he reached base safely in 30 consecutive games. LoSINg StREaK…Seattle lost a club-record 17 consecutive games July 6-26…was the longest losing streak by any Major League club since KC dropped 19 straight in 2005…prior to 17-game losing streak, the Mariners were 43-43 and just 2.5 games back of first place in the AL West…according to the Elias Sports Bureau Seattle became the 2nd team since 1900 with a losing streak of 15+ games that began with the team at or above the .500 mark at least 50 games into a season…joined the 1944 Brooklyn Dodgers, who were 33-30 before losing 16 straight games. PERFECt IN CENtER…Franklin gutierrez holds the American League record with 786 consecutive errorless chances in the outfield (set record 8/7 at LAA)…Guti has not made an error since Aug. 20, 2009, a span of 284 consecutive games (276 GS)…the MLB record is 938 consecutive errorless chances held by Darren Lewis (Aug. 21, 1990-June 29, 1994 with OAK & SF)…the previous AL record was 734 errorless chances by Darin Erstad (May 30, 2001-Sept. 22, 2002). It HaS to BE NotEd…the Mariners set some unfriendly records during the 2011 campaign, recording the lowest batting average (.233) and most strikeouts (1,280) in club history…1,280 strikeouts ranked 3rd in American League history, trailing only Tampa Bay with 1,324 in 2007 and 1,292 in 2010…also recorded the fewest hits in a full season (1,263), passing the old record of 1,274 in 2010. No dRY INK…Mariners manager Eric Wedge authored a club-record 152 different starting batting lineups, breaking the old mark of 151 set in 2004…did not use the same lineup over the last 41 games of the season… also used 130 different defensive lineups.

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Mariners Opponent 1 60 87 2 62 66 3 83 84

SCoRE BY INNINgS
4 52 98 5 62 74 6 46 66

7 77 87

8 66 67

9 37 37

X 11 9

total 556 675

RECoRd BY HoME RuN… HoME RuNS BY PoSItIoN… P 0

0 26-60 C 21

MaRINER HoME RuNS
1 28-24 2B 10 2 10-10 3 3-0

4 1-1 CF 7

5 0-0 RF 6 dH 9

6 0-0 PH 1

7 0-0 total 109

8 0-0

1B 26

3B 5

SS 5

LF 19

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grand slams (3): Olivo (8th inning, 7/21 at TOR), Ryan (7th inning, 7/24 at BOS) & Carp (3rd inning, 9/19 at CLE) Back-to-back (4): Kennedy & Peguero (6th inning, 5/16 vs. MIN); Kennedy & Olivo (5th inning, 6/3 vs. TB); Carp & Wells (8th inning, 8/15 vs. TOR); Wells & Olivo (2nd inning, 8/16 vs. TOR). Inside-the-park (0): None Pinch-hit (1): Olivo (8th inning, 6/4 vs. TB) Leadoff (4): Ichiro (6/28 vs. ATL, 8/13 vs. BOS, 8/22 at CLE, 9/8 vs. KC) game-ending (1): Rodriguez (9/14 vs. NYY) game-winning in last aB on road (0): None Multi (3): Peguero, 2 (6/2 vs. TB); Olivo, 2 (6/12 at DET); Carp, 2 (8/15 vs. TOR) MuLtI-HIt gaMES: Player Ackley Bard Bradley Carp Cust Figgins Gimenez Gutierrez Halman Kennedy Langerhans Liddi Moore Olivo Peguero Peña Robinson Rodriguez Ryan Saunders Seager Smoak Suzuki Wells Wilson, J. Wilson, M. team 2 17 1 5 11 9 11 2 18 4 16 2 1 -24 8 3 3 2 21 3 9 15 51 6 11 1 254 3 5 -1 4 -1 -3 2 3 ---6 -1 1 1 5 1 2 4 5 ---45 4 ---1 ------------1 ---1 -3 ---6 5 ---1 ----------------------1 total 22 1 6 17 9 12 2 21 6 19 2 1 0 30 8 4 5 3 26 4 12 19 59 6 11 1 306 MuLtI-RBI gaMES: Player Ackley Bard Bradley Carp Cust Figgins Gimenez Gutierrez Halman Kennedy Langerhans Liddi Moore Olivo Peguero Peña Robinson Rodriguez Ryan Saunders Seager Smoak Suzuki Wells Wilson, J. Wilson, M. team 2 6 2 3 9 4 1 1 2 1 8 2 3 -10 4 1 4 1 5 -2 8 7 5 1 1 91 3 4 1 -2 -1 -1 1 1 ---5 ---2 ---3 ----21 4 ---1 ---------1 1 1 ----------4 5+ ---1 --------------1 --1 ----3 total 10 3 3 13 4 2 1 3 2 9 2 3 0 16 5 2 4 3 6 0 2 12 7 5 1 1 119

Name David Aardsma-rhp Erik Bedard-lhp Dan Cortes-rhp Chone Figgins-3b Chris Gimenez-c Franklin Gutierrez-of Franklin Gutierrez-of Shawn Kelley-rhp Matt Mangini-inf Adam Moore-c Chris Ray-rhp Mauricio Robles-lhp Brendan Ryan-ss Justin Smoak-1b Jack Wilson-inf

tYPE 60-Day 15-Day 15-Day 15-Day 60-Day 60-Day 15-Day 60-Day 15-Day 60-Day 15-Day 60-Day 15-Day 15-Day 15-Day

dL dates March 22-end of season June 29 (retro 6/28)-July 29 Aug. 23 (after game #1)-Sept. 7 Aug. 2-Sept. 3 June 29-Aug. 31 Sept. 6 (retro 9/5)-end of season March 30 (retro 3/22)-May 18 March 30-Aug. 9 March 30 (retro 3/22)-April 21 April 8 (retro 4/7)-end of season Aug. 1 (retro 7/30)-Aug. 16 March 30-June 13 Aug. 8 (retro 8/4)-Aug. 18 Aug. 13 -Sept. 1 Aug. 19 (retro to 8/18)-Aug. 31

dISaBLEd LISt

Injury Missed (Record) Left Hip Surgery; Tommy John surgery 67-95 Left Knee Sprain 5-20 Bruised left ankle 4-11 Strained Right Hip Flexor 11-19 Left Oblique Strain 18-38 Strained left oblique 9-13 Stomach Gastritis 17-24 Right Elbow Surgery 49-66 Strained Right Quad 6-13 Torn Medial Meniscus, Right Knee 64-92 Strained Latisimus Dorsi, Right Shoulder 9-7 Left Elbow Surgery 34-32 Sprained AC joint, Left Shoulder 5-7 Non-displaced fracture of the nose 7-12 Severely bruised left heel 3-8

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StaRtS BY BattINg oRdER (team Record): 1 2 3 Ackley -0-1 23-48 ---Bard Bradley --13-14 --1-0 Carp Cust ---1-0 23-24 -Figgins Gimenez ----7-16 0-1 Gutierrez Halman ----0-1 10-15 Kennedy Langerhans --0-2 ---Liddi Moore ------Olivo ---Peguero Peña ---Robinson -0-3 --5-5 -Rodriguez Ryan -27-37 ----Saunders Seager -3-4 ---20-15 Smoak Suzuki 66-95 -----Wells Wilson, J -2-4 ----Wilson, M
4 ---20-30 20-17 --0-1 -3-5 ---15-28 1-0 ------8-13 -0-1 --5 5-7 --1-4 1-5 --10-4 1-1 9-16 ---8-12 2-0 4-0 ---1-2 1-0 20-37 -4-6 -0-1 6 1-0 0-3 -2-6 7-8 --4-6 1-2 13-13 1-2 --23-23 4-6 3-2 0-1 2-4 3-3 -2-4 0-4 -1-3 0-2 0-3 7 1-1 3-3 -0-7 0-1 0-1 0-1 7-13 1-1 3-8 3-2 1-2 -8-5 11-6 1-5 2-4 1-4 4-4 4-4 4-10 1-1 -6-5 4-6 2-1 8 -2-6 -2-2 1-3 9-11 2-3 4-7 1-3 -1-1 3-3 --4-2 1-1 5-5 4-5 12-13 7-8 4-14 --1-3 4-5 -9 -3-4 ---3-6 4-10 3-2 3-11 -1-2 1-3 1-1 -3-4 -9-10 1-1 7-10 7-14 1-2 --1-0 14-11 --

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StaRtS BY PoSItIoN (team Record): 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF C dH Ackley -29-56 ------1-1 -------8-15 0-1 Bard Bradley ----12-14 ---1-0 12-18 ---7-19 ---7-12 Carp Cust --------29-34 ---36-41 0-1 ----Figgins Gimenez 1-1 ---1-0 --4-13 ------35-50 ---Gutierrez Halman ----4-12 2-6 1-0 --7-16 18-16 -8-16 ----5-10 Kennedy Langerhans ----2-1 4-7 0-1 -----5-8 -----Liddi Moore -------1-1 --------54-66 0-2 Olivo ----22-18 -1-0 -2-0 Peguero Peña --------9-8 Robinson ----9-16 7-6 --0-1 -0-2 8-13 5-4 -----Rodriguez Ryan --53-67 ----------1-4 18-24 ---Saunders Seager -1-2 2-6 12-26 -----47-60 -------2-10 Smoak Suzuki ------62-89 -4-6 ----7-8 1-2 3-3 -2-5 Wells Wilson, J -19-19 4-9 1-0 ---------2-2 -0-2 -0-1 Wilson, M SP - Hernandez (17-16), Vargas (15-17), Pineda (12-16), Beavan (6-9), Furbush (3-7), Vasquez (1-6), Fister (5-16), Bedard (8-8)

MaRINERS 2011 RECoRd BREaKdoWN
Overall Record ...............................67-95 Home/Road.......................39-45 / 28-50 Day/Night .........................17-32 / 50-63 Grass/Turf .............................67-89 / 0-6 Series Records........................... 20-28-5 First Game of Series ......................27-26 Second Game of Series ..................20-31 Third Game of Series .....................16-33 Fourth Game of Series .......................4-5 Leading After 6 ................................47-9 Trailing After 6 .................................8-69 Tied After 6 ....................................12-17 Leading After 7 ................................55-7 Trailing After 7 .................................5-78 Tied After 7 ......................................7-10 Leading After 8 ................................56-2 Trailing After 8 .................................2-83 Tied After 8 ......................................8-10 Score First .....................................42-25 Come-from-behind wins ..................... 30 Blown Leads in Loss ........................... 33 Last at-bat W/L (walk-off) ... 17-15 (5-13) Hit a home run ...............................42-35 No home runs ................................25-60 Scoring 4 or more runs ..................46-21 Scoring less than 4 runs ................21-74 Score in 3 or more innings .............40-21 Out-hit opponent............................47-15 Out-hit by opponent .......................13-74 Hits even ...........................................7-6 Lineups Used .................................... 152 Players Used (Pitchers) ................ 47 (21) Safeco Field Roof Open ..................32-31 Safeco Field Roof Closed..................5-10 Safeco Field Roof Moved....................2-4 Northwest Green Jersey...................13-9 Astro Navy Jersey ..............................3-8 Safeco Field Sellouts.....................2 (1-1) April...............................................13-15 May ...............................................15-11 June ..............................................11-16 July .................................................6-20 August ...........................................13-15 September .......................................9-18 October..............................................0-0 Monday ...........................................11-9 Tuesday .........................................10-16 Wednesday ....................................12-13 Thursday ...........................................6-9 Friday ............................................13-13 Saturday ..........................................7-18 Sunday ............................................8-17 1-Run ............................................26-28 2-Run Games ................................11-20 Extra Innings......................................6-5 Average Time of Game (9 inn G) ....... 2:43 Postponements ..... 2 (5/14 & 5/15 @CLE)

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LONGEST WINNING STREAK:......................................................................................................6, May 18-23 LONGEST LOSING STREAK: ...................................................................................................... 17#, July 6-26 MOST RUNS, GAME: Mariners ............................................................................................................. 13, April 19 vs. Detroit Opponents .......................................................................... 13, 2x, last: August 30 vs. Los Angeles (AL) MOST RUNS, INNING: Mariners ......................................................................................... 9, September 19 at Cleveland (3rd) Opponents ................................................................................................ 10, April 8 vs Cleveland (4th) MOST HITS, 9-INNING GAME: Mariners ....................................................................................17, 2x, last: Aug. 23 (G#2) at Cleveland Opponents ...............................................................................................17, 3x, last: July 24 at Boston FEWEST HITS, 9-INNING GAME: Mariners ............................................................................ 1, 2x, last: September 7 at Los Angeles (AL) Opponents ...................................................................................................... 1, July 30 vs. Tampa Bay MOST HITS, INNING: Mariners ............................................................................ 6, 2x, last: September 19 at Cleveland (3rd) Opponents ............................................................................................... 10, April 8 vs. Cleveland (4th) MOST DOUBLES, GAME: Mariners ....................................................................................5, 3x, last: September 20 at Minnesota Opponents .................................................................................... 7, August 23 (game #1) at Cleveland MOST TRIPLES, GAME: Mariners .........................................................................................2, 2x, last: July 27 at New York (AL) Opponents ............................................................................... 2, 3x, last: September 9 vs. Kansas City MOST HOME RUNS, GAME: Mariners ........................................................................................... 4, 2x, last: September 25 at Texas Opponents ........................................................................................ 4, 2x, last: September 25 at Texas MOST STOLEN BASES, 9-INNING GAME: Mariners ................................................................................................................ 4, July 21 at Toronto Opponents ..................................................................................................... 4, September 25 at Texas MOST ERRORS, 9-INNING GAME: Mariners ......................................................................................... 6, September 5 at Los Angeles (AL) Opponents ............................................................................................................. 5, April 1 at Oakland MOST STRIKEOUTS, 9-INNING GAME: Mariners hitters .........................................................................................18, July 26 at New York (AL) Opponents hitters ........................................................................................ 16, August 24 at Cleveland MOST WALKS, 9-INNING GAME: Mariners hitters ..................................................................................... 11, 2x, last: April 19 vs. Detroit Opponents hitters ........................................................................................ 8, September 2 at Oakland MOST LEFT ON BASE, 9-INNING GAME: Mariners ....................................................................................... 14, September 6 at Los Angeles (AL) Opponents ...................................................................................... 11, 5x, last: August 24 at Cleveland LARGEST DEFICIT OVERCOME IN WIN: ....................7, April 11 vs. Toronto (trailed 7-0 after 6.0 inn, won 8-7) LARGEST LEAD GIVEN UP IN LOSS:.........................5, June 21 at Washington (led 5-0 after 6.0 inn, lost 6-5) LARGEST WINNING MARGIN: ..............................................................................10, April 19 vs. Detroit (13-3) LARGEST LOSING MARGIN: ...............................................................................9, April 8 vs. Cleveland (3-12) LONGEST GAME, INNINGS, HOME: .................................................................. 12.0, 2x, last: Sept. 14 vs. NYY LONGEST GAME, INNINGS, ROAD: .............................................................................. 14.0, July 19 at Toronto SHORTEST GAME, 9-INN, HOME:............................................................. 2:04, September 10 vs. Kansas City SHORTEST GAME, 9-INN, ROAD: ......................................................... 2:02, September 7 at Los Angeles (AL) LONGEST GAME, 9-INN, HOME:................................................................................ 3:46, April 11 vs. Toronto LONGEST GAME, 9-INN, ROAD: .......................................................................... 3:17, August 24 at Cleveland LONGEST GAME, EXTRA-INN, HOME: ............................................................. 4:18, May 28 vs. New York (AL) LONGEST GAME, EXTRA-INN, ROAD: .......................................................................... 4:21, July 19 at Toronto LARGEST CROWD, HOME: .................................................................................. 45,727, April 8 vs. Cleveland SMALLEST CROWD, HOME:............................................................................... 11,692, May 31 vs. Baltimore LARGEST CROWD, ROAD:.............................................................................47,090, July 27 at New York (AL) SMALLEST CROWD, ROAD: ...............................................................................8,811, April 14 at Kansas City 166

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2011 MARINERS HIGHS & LOWS (Continued)
LONGEST HITTING STREAK: ................................................................20 games: Mike Carp, July 30-Aug. 21 MOST HITS, GAME: ........................................................................ 5, Mike Carp, September 20 at Minnesota MOST RUNS, GAME: .................................................... 3, 8x, last: Miguel Olivo, September 9 vs. Kansas City MOST DOUBLES, GAME: ..................................................................... 3, Kyle Seager, August 24 at Cleveland MOST TRIPLES, GAME:........................................................... 1, 22x, last: Ichiro, September 20 at Minnesota MOST HR GAME:.........................................................................2, 3x, last: Mike Carp, August 15 vs. Toronto MOST EXTRA BASE HITS, GAME:......................... 3, 3x, last: Luis Rodriguez, September 14 vs. New York (AL) MOST RBI, 9-INNING GAME:............................................... 5, 3x, last: Mike Carp, September 19 at Cleveland MOST RBI, EXTRA-INNING GAME: ................................................3, 2x, last: Greg Halman, July 19 at Toronto MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME: .............................................. 2, 13x, last: Ichiro, September 9 vs. Kansas City GRAND SLAMS (3): .................Ryan, July 24 at Boston, Olivo, July 21 at Toronto; Carp, Sept. 19 at Cleveland

INdIVIduaL BattINg

INdIVIduaL PItCHINg
FEWEST HITS ALLOWED (CG): Mariners ................................................................................3, Jason Vargas, June 19 vs. Philadelphia Opponents ........................................................................... 3, John Danks, August 27 vs. Chicago (AL) MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (Starter): Mariners ...............................................................................13, Felix Hernandez, May 22 at San Diego Opponents ............................................................................ 14, CC Sabathia, July 26 at New York (AL) MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (Reliever): Mariners ....................................................................5, 2x, last: Jamey Wright, August 24 at Cleveland Opponents ....................................................................... 5, Nate Adcock, September 9 vs. Kansas City MOST WALKS, GAME: Mariners .............................................................................5, 7x, last: Jason Vargas, July 20 at Toronto Opponents .............................................................. 5, 2x, last: Andy Sonanstine, June 3 vs. Tampa Bay MOST INNINGS, GAME, STARTER: Mariners ..................................................9.0, 8x, last: Felix Hernandez, August 31 vs. Los Angeles (AL) Opponents ........................................................... 9.0, 8x, last: John Danks, August 27 vs. Chicago (AL) MOST INNINGS, GAME, RELIEVER: Mariners .....................................................................4.0, 2x, last: Jeff Gray, May 29 vs. New York (AL) Opponents ...................................................................................4.0, Luis Perez, August 16 vs. Toronto LONGEST WINNING STREAK:....... 4, 3x: Pineda (April 12-28), Pauley (May 3-28) & Bedard (April 27-June 15) LONGEST LOSING STREAK: .............................................................................. 7, Doug Fister, June 4-July 26 MOST CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS: Starter .......................................................................................................20.0, Erik Bedard, May 8-31 Reliever .............................................................................................18.0, David Pauley, May 8-June 4 # Club Record ^Ties Club Record *Safeco Field Record

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2011 designated Hitters
BATTER Ackley Bard Bradley Carp Cust Kennedy Langerhans Olivo Peguero Peña Robinson Smoak Suzuki Wells Wilson TOTALS B L S S L L L L R L R S S L R R AVG .333 .250 .333 .225 .213 .226 .000 .125 .286 .212 .000 .196 .341 .231 .333 .226 G 2 1 1 19 63 18 1 2 2 21 1 12 10 7 1 AB 6 4 3 71 221 53 0 8 7 66 3 46 41 26 3 558 R 2 0 0 4 19 5 0 0 0 8 1 0 5 4 0 48 H 2 1 1 16 47 12 0 1 2 14 0 9 14 6 1 126 TB 6 1 1 23 73 19 0 1 2 23 0 10 14 12 1 186 2B 1 0 0 7 15 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 29 3B 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 HR 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 9 RBI 2 0 1 6 23 8 0 0 2 8 0 3 1 3 0 57 BB 1 0 1 7 44 3 0 0 0 5 1 2 4 0 1 69 SO SLG 2 1.000 2 .250 1 .333 22 .324 84 .330 14 .358 0 .000 4 .125 2 .286 19 .348 3 .000 11 .217 4 .341 11 .462 1 .333 180 .333 OBP .429 .250 .500 .304 .346 .263 .000 .125 .286 .288 .250 .229 .400 .286 .500 .317

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HOME W-L SEASON 39-45 SHUTOUTS 7-10 SHO-INDIVIDUAL 3-3 EXTRA INNINGS 2-1 ONE-RUN DECISIONS 16-11 TWO-RUN DECISIONS 9-8 VS. LH STARTERS 6-15 VS. RH STARTERS 33-30 GRASS FIELDS 39-45 ARTIFICIAL FIELDS 0-0 DAY GAMES 8-15 NIGHT GAMES 31-30 APRIL 5-8 MAY 10-5 JUNE 6-8 JULY 3-7 AUGUST 8-7 SEPTEMBER 5-9 PRE ALL-STAR GAME 25-23 POST ALL-STAR GAME 14-22 ROAD TOTAL W-L W-L 28-50 67995 3-6 10-16 0-1 3-4 4-4 6-5 10-17 26-28 2-12 11-20 7-13 13-28 21-37 54-67 28-44 67-89 0-6 0-6 9-17 17-32 19-33 50-63 8-7 13-15 5-6 15-11 5-8 11-16 3-13 6-20 5-8 13-15 4-9 9-18 18-25 43-48 10-25 24-47 VS. AL WEST VS. LOS ANGELES VS. OAKLAND VS. TEXAS VS. AL CENTRAL VS. CLEVELAND VS. CHICAGO VS. DETROIT VS. KANSAS CITY VS. MINNESOTA VS. AL EAST VS. BALTIMORE VS. BOSTON VS. NEW YORK VS. TAMPA BAY VS. TORONTO VS. NATIONAL LEAGUE VS. ATLANTA VS. FLORIDA VS. WASHINGTON VS. PHILADELPHIA VS. SAN DIEGO HOME W-L 14-15 5-4 6-4 3-7 5-13 0-3 1-5 1-2 2-2 1-1 14-11 2-1 2-1 3-3 4-3 3-3 6-6 0-3 2-1 0-0 2-1 2-1 ROAD TOTALS W-L W-L 7-21 21-36 2-8 7-12 4-5 10-9 1-8 4-15 15-11 4-2 1-2 5-2 1-3 4-2 3-15 0-3 2-4 1-2 0-3 0-3 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 3-0 20-24 4-5 2-7 6-4 3-5 5-3 17-26 2-4 4-5 4-5 4-6 3-6 9-9 0-3 2-1 0-3 2-1 5-1

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oWNERSHIP aNd MaNagEMENt
Feb. 6, 1976 — Partners Stanley Golub, Danny Kaye, Walter Schoenfeld, Lester Smith, James Stillwell Jr. and James A. Walsh enter into a formal agreement with the A.L. Dick Vertlieb is later named the club’s first Executive Director and Lou Gorman is named Director of Baseball Operations. May 18, 1978 — Lou Gorman is promoted to General Manager. Jan. 17, 1979 — Daniel F. O’Brien is named President and Chief Executive Officer. Nov. 6, 1980 — Lou Gorman resigns to accept a position with the New York Mets. President Dan O’Brien assumes responsibility for baseball operations. Jan. 14, 1981 — George Argyros becomes principal owner of the Mariners, purchasing majority interest in the club. The sale was approved by the League January 29. Oct. 7, 1983 — Hal Keller is promoted from Director of Player Development to Vice President, Baseball Operations and General Manager. Oct. 19, 1983 — Chuck Armstrong is named President. Oct. 8, 1985 — Dick Balderson is named Vice President, Baseball Operations. July 27, 1988 — Woody Woodward is named Vice President, Baseball Operations. Oct. 5, 1989 — The Mariners are purchased by a partnership of Jeff Smulyan, Emmis Broadcasting, Michael Browning and the Morgan Stanley Group, Inc. Smulyan assumes the role of Chairman. Oct. 24, 1989 — Gary Kaseff is named President. July 1, 1992 — The Baseball Club of Seattle, L.P., assumes control of the Mariners. The Board of Directors includes John Ellis (Chairman), Minoru Arakawa, Chris Larson, Howard Lincoln, John McCaw, Frank Shrontz and Craig Watjen. Chuck Armstrong is named President. Sept. 27, 1999 — Howard Lincoln selected Chairman and CEO. John Ellis appointed chairman emeritus. Oct. 25, 1999 — Pat Gillick named Executive Vice President and General Manager of Baseball Operations. Nov. 7, 2003 — Bill Bavasi named Executive Vice President and General Manager of Baseball Operations. June 16, 2008 — Bill Bavasi relieved of GM duties...Lee Pelekoudas named interim General Manager. Oct. 22, 2008 — Jack Zduriencik named Executive VP and General Manager of Baseball Operations. 168

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G 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 DT 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/25 4/26 4/27 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/11 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/23 5/24 5/25 5/26 5/27 5/28 5/29 5/30 5/31 6/1 6/2 6/3 6/4 6/5 6/6 6/7 6/8 6/9 6/10 6/11 6/12 6/13 6/14 6/15 6/16 D/N N N D N N D N N D N N D N N D D N N D N N N D N N D N N D N N N N N D N N N N D D N N N D N N D N N D N N D D N D N N D D N N N N N N D N N N OPP @OAK @OAK @OAK @TEX @TEX @TEX Off Day CLE CLE CLE TOR TOR TOR @KC @KC @KC @KC DET DET DET OAK OAK OAK OAK Off Day @DET @DET @DET @BOS @BOS @BOS Off Day TEX TEX TEX CWS CWS CWS Off Day @BAL @BAL @BAL @CLE @CLE @CLE MIN MIN LAA LAA @SD @SD @SD @MIN @MIN @MIN Off Day NYY NYY NYY BAL BAL BAL TB TB TB TB @CWS @CWS @CWS @DET @DET @DET @DET LAA LAA LAA Off Day W /L W W L L L L L L L W W L L L L W L W L W W L L W W W W W L SCORE 6-2 5-2 1-7 4-6 2-3 3-7 3-12 1-2 4-6 8-7 3-2 3-8 1-5 (8) 6-5 0-7 3-2 3-8 13-3 2-3 1-0 4-0 1-9 2-5 7-3 10-1 7-2 5-4 2-0 2-3 WINNER/LOSER/SAVE HERNANDEZ (1-0)/Breslow Ray (1-0)/Fuentes/League (1) Gonzalez/Fister (0-1) Holland/Bedard (0-1)/Feliz Ogando/Pineda (0-1)/Feliz Wilson/Hernandez (1-1) Carrasco/Vargas (0-1) Masterson/Fister (0-2) Tomlin/Bedard (0-2)/Perez Lueke (1-0)/Camp Pineda (1-1)/ROMERO/League (2) Rzepczynski/Ray (1-1) CHEN/FISTER (0-3) Hochevar/Bedard (0-3)/Soria O’Sullivan/Hernandez (1-2) Pineda (2-1)/Francis/League (3) Scherzer/Lueke (1-1) Fister (1-3)/Coke Porcello/Bedard (0-4)/Valverde Hernandez (2-2)/McCARTHY/League (4) Pineda (3-1)/Ross/League (5) Cahill/Vargas (0-2) Anderson/Laffey (0-1) Hernandez (3-2)/Coke Bedard (1-4)/Verlander Pineda (4-1)/Penny Vargas (1-2)/Jenks/League (6) Fister (2-3)/Lackey/League (7) Papelbon/Wright (0-1) Pauley (1-0)/Strop/League (8) WILSON/Pineda (4-2) Vargas (2-2)/LEWIS/League (9) HERNANDEZ (4-2)/Thornton Floyd/Fister (2-4) Santos/League (0-1) REC. 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 3-7 4-7 4-8 4-9 4-10 4-11 5-11 5-12 6-12 6-13 7-13 8-13 8-14 8-15 9-15 10-15 11-15 12-15 13-15 13-16 14-16 14-17 15-17 16-17 16-18 16-19 POS GA/GB T1 --T1 --2 -1.0 2 -2.0 T2 -3.0 3 -4.0 T3 -4.0 T3 -4.5 4th -5.0 4th -6.0 4th -6.0 4th -5.0 4th -5.0 4th -5.5 4th -6.5 4th -6.5 4th -5.5 4th -6.5 4th -5.5 4th -6.5 4th -5.5 4th -5.0 4th -6.0 4th -7.0 4th -6.5 4th -5.5 4th -5.5 4th -4.5 4th -3.5 4th -3.5 4th -3.5 4th -3.0 4th -2.0 4th -3.0 4th -3.0 4th -3.0 4th -3.0 4th -4.0 4th -3.5 4th -4.5 4th -4.5 4th -5.0 4th -5.0 4th -5.5 4th -5.0 4th -4.5 4th -4.5 4th -4.5 4th -3.5 4th -2.5 4th -1.5 3rd -1.5 3rd -1.5 3rd -1.5 3rd -1.5 3rd -1.5 3rd -0.5 2nd -0.5 T3rd -1.5 3rd -1.5 2nd -0.5 2nd -1.5 2nd -1.5 2nd -1.5 2nd -2.5 2nd -2.5 2nd -2.5 2nd -2.5 2nd -2.5 2nd -2.5 2nd -2.5 2nd -2.5 2nd -1.5 2nd -2.0 2nd -2.0 2nd -1.0 2nd -0.5 CLUBS TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX/LAA LAA LAA TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX/LAA TEX/LAA TEX/LAA TEX/LAA LAA LAA LAA LAA LAA LAA LAA LAA LAA LAA LAA TEX OAK/TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX/LAA TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TIME 2:50 2:58 2:44 2:48 2:36 2:36 3:04 2:44 2:48 3:46 2:19 3:23 1:53 2:55 2:46 2:46 3:34 3:23 2:32 2:17 3:04 3:06 3:05 2:42 3:01 3:09 3:07 3:05 2:39 2:49 2:32 2:26 2:27 2:38 3:09 4:08 2:44 2:52 2:24 2:31 2:24 2:50 2:11 2:32 2:46 2:43 3:40 2:20 2:30 3:04 4:18 2:55 2:46 2:22 2:33 2:48 2:21 2:36 2:55 2:23 2:25 3:06 2:17 2:53 2:23 2:53 2:46 2:22 2:47 ATT 36,067 15,088 22,292 37,618 30,953 25,049 45,731 30,303 21,122 13,087 15,500 12,428 8,811 13,686 22,364 19,424 12,783 12,411 13,339 12,764 17,799 25,356 16,533 18,027 18,153 21,176 37,845 37,901 37,079 12,804 13,910 14,217 31,914 26,294 26,082 11,485 11,561 19,082 33,374 14,889 16,017 16,993 18,386 26,510 34,648 34,705 37,498 37,691 38,860 33,717 37,440 37,308 22,874 11,701 18,053 16,393 24,482 28,846 28,955 23,847 21,337 21,517 22,090 30,511 38,398 31,572 20,238 17,659 19,343

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W 4-3 L 2-5 W 3-1 W 3-2 L 0-6 L 2-5 (10) L 6-7 (13) L 2-4 L 1-2 (12) L 4-5 W 5-2 L 1-2 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 4-1 W 4-0 W 6-1 W 8-7 (10) L 2-4 W 3-0 W 4-3 W 5-4 (12) L 1-7 W 4-3 W 3-2 L 1-2 W 8-2 W 7-0 L 2-3 W 9-6 L 1-3 L 1-5 W 7-4 (10) L 1-4 W 3-2 L 1-8 W 7-3 L 3-6 L 0-4 W 3-1

Accardo/League (0-2) 16-20 Tillman/Hernandez (4-3)/Gregg 16-21 Johnson/League (0-3) 16-22 Sipp/League (0-4) 16-23 PPD -- Rain -- rescheduled as G#1 of DH 8/23 PPD -- Rain -- rescheduled for 9/19 Pineda (5-2)/Baker 17-23 Liriano/Hernandez (4-4)/Capps 17-24 Vargas (3-2)/Weaver/League (10) 18-24 Pauley (2-0)/Downs 19-24 Bedard (2-4)/Latos 20-24 Pineda (6-2)/Richard 21-24 Hernandez (5-4)/Stauffer 22-24 Wright (1-1)/Swarzak/League (11) 23-24 BLACKBURN/Fister (2-5) 23-25 Bedard (3-4)/Duensing/League (12) 24-25 Pauley (3-0)/Ayala/League (13) Pauley (4-0)/Rivera Sabathia/Vargas (3-3) Fister (3-5)/Arrieta/League (14) Ray (2-1)/GUTHRIE/League (15) Johnson/Wright (1-2)/Gregg Hernandez (6-4)/Shields VARGAS (4-3)/Sonnanstine Hellickson/Fister (3-6)/Farnsworth Wright (2-2)/Howell/League (16) Danks/Pineda (6-3)/Santos Humber/Hernandez (6-5) Laffey (1-1)/Santos/League (17) Verlander/FISTER (3-7)/Valverde Ray (3-1)/Penny/League (18) Scherzer/Pineda (6-4) Hernandez (7-5)/Porcello Haren/Vargas (1-4)/Walden WEAVER/Fister (3-8) Bedard (4-4)/Santana/League (19) 25-25 26-25 26-26 27-26 28-26 28-27 29-27 30-27 30-28 31-28 31-29 31-30 32-30 32-31 33-31 33-32 34-32 34-33 34-34 35-34

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G DT 70 6/17 71 6/18 72 6/19 6/20 73 6/21 74 6/22 75 6/23 76 6/24 77 6/25 78 6/26 79 6/27 80 6/28 81 6/29 6/30 82 7/1 83 7/2 84 7/3 85 7/4 86 7/5 87 7/6 88 7/7 89 7/8 90 7/9 91 7/10 7/11 7/12 7/13 92 7/14 93 7/15 94 7/16 95 7/17 7/18 96 7/19 97 7/20 98 7/21 99 7/22 100 7/23 101 7/24 102 7/25 103 7/26 104 7/27 7/28 105 7/29 106 7/30 107 7/31 108 8/1 109 8/2 110 8/3 8/4 111 8/5 112 8/6 113 8/7 114 8/8 115 8/9 116 8/10 8/11 117 8/12 118 8/13 119 8/14 120 8/15 121 8/16 122 8/17 8/18 123 8/19 124 8/20 125 8/21 126 8/22 127 8/23 128 129 8/24 8/25 130 8/26 131 8/27 132 8/28 133 8/29 134 8/30 D/N N N D OPP W /L SCORE WINNER/LOSER/SAVE PHI W 4-2 Pineda (7-4)/Oswalt/League (20) PHI L 1-5 Stutes/Hernandez (7-6) PHI W 2-0 VARGAS (5-4)/Hamels Off Day N @WAS L 5-6 Coffee/Pauley (4-1) N @WAS L 1-2 Lannan/Bedard (4-5)/Storen D @WAS L 0-1 Clippard/Ray (3-2) N @FLA W 5-1 Hernandez (8-6)/Nolasco N @FLA L 2-4 Volstad/Vargas (5-5)/Nunez N @FLA W 2-1 (10) Pauley (5-1)/Choate/League (21) N ATL L 1-3 Beachy/Bedard (4-6)/Kimbrel N ATL L 4-5 Hanson/Pineda (7-5)/Kimbrel D ATL L 3-5 Lowe/Hernandez (8-7)/Kimbrel Off Day N SD W 6-0 VARGAS (6-5)/Moseley N SD L 0-1 Luebke/FISTER (3-9) D SD W 3-1 Beavan (1-0)/Latos/League (22) D @OAK W 2-1 Pineda (8-5)/McCarthy/League (23) N @OAK W 4-3 League (1-4)/Bailey/Wright (1) D @OAK L 0-2 Moscoso/VARGAS (6-6)/Bailey N @LAA L 1-5 WEAVER/Fister (3-10) N @LAA L 3-4 Walden/Pauley (5-2) N @LAA L 3-9 Pineiro/Pineda (8-6) D @LAA L 2-4 Haren/Pauley (5-3)/Walden Off Day All-Star Game @ Arizona (NL 5, AL 1) Off Day N TEX L 0-5 HOLLAND/Vargas (6-7) N TEX L 0-4 Lewis/Fister (3-11)/Feliz N TEX L 1-5 Wilson/Hernandez (8-8) D TEX L 1-3 Harrison/Beavan (1-1)/Feliz Off Day N @TOR L 5-6 (14) Janssen/Wright (2-3) N @TOR L 6-11 Morrow/Vargas (6-8) D @TOR L 5-7 Rauch/Pauley (5-4) N @BOS L 4-7 Lackey/Hernandez (8-9)/Papelbon N @BOS L 1-3 Beckett/Beavan (1-2)/Papelbon D @BOS L 8-12 Wakefield/Pineda (8-7) N @NYY L 3-10 Garica/Vargas (6-9) N @NYY L 1-4 Sabathia/Fister (3-12) D @NYY W 9-2 Hernandez (9-8)/Hughes Off Day N TB L 0-8 Niemann/Bedard (4-7) D TB W 3-2 Pineda (9-7)/Cobb/League (24) D TB L 1-8 Hellickson/Vargas (6-10) N OAK W 8-4 Beavan (2-2)/Cahill N OAK W 4-2 Hernandez (10-9)/Harden/League (25) D OAK W 7-4 Furbush (2-3)/Gonzalez/League (26) Off Day N @LAA L 0-1 (10) Walden/Cortes (0-1) N @LAA W 5-1 Beavan (3-2)/Chatwood D @LAA L 1-2 Santana/HERNANDEZ (10-10)/Walden N @TEX L 2-9 Harrison/Furbush (2-4) N @TEX L 6-7 Feliz/Gray (0-1) N @TEX W 4-3 Vargas (7-10)/Uehara/League (27) Off Day N BOS L 4-6 Lackey/Beavan(3-3)/Papelbon N BOS W 5-4 Hernandez (11-10)/Beckett/League (28) D BOS W 5-3 Furbush (3-4)/WAKEFIELD/League (29) N TOR W 6-5 Wilhelmsen (1-0)/Rauch/League (30) N TOR L 7-13 Perez/Vargas (7-11) N TOR L 1-5 Morrow/Beavan (3-4) Off Day N @TB L 2-3 Cruz/Hernandez (11-11)/Farnsworth N @TB L 0-8 Hellickson/Furbush (3-5) D @TB L 7-8 Hellickson/Cortes (0-2) N @CLE W 3-2 Ruffin (1-0)/C. Perez D @CLE L 5-7 C. Perez/League (1-5) N @CLE W 12-7 Vasquez (1-0)/McAllister/Gray (1) D @CLE W 9-2 Hernandez (12-11)/Tomlin Off Day N CWS L 2-4 Peavy/Furbush (3-6)/Sale N CWS L 0-3 DANKS/Pineda (9-8) D CWS L 3-9 Floyd/Vargas (7-12) N LAA W 5-3 Wilhelmsen (2-0)/Takahashi/League (32) N LAA L 6-13 Williams/Vasquez (1-1) REC. 36-34 36-35 37-35 37-36 37-37 37-38 38-38 38-39 39-39 39-40 39-41 39-42 40-42 40-43 41-43 42-43 43-43 43-44 43-45 43-46 43-47 43-48 POS GA/GB 2nd -0.5 2nd -1.5 2nd -0.5 2nd -1.0 2nd -2.0 2nd -2.0 2nd -2.5 2nd -2.5 2nd -2.5 2nd -1.5 3rd -2.0 3rd -3.0 3rd -4.0 3rd -3.5 3rd -3.5 3rd -3.5 3rd -2.5 3rd -2.5 3rd -2.5 3rd -3.5 3rd -4.5 3rd -5.5 3rd -6.5 3rd -7.5 CLUBS TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX LAA/TEX LAA/TEX LAA/TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TIME ATT 2:26 34,353 3:09 35,838 2:20 45,470 2:57 2:41 2:35 2:39 2:08 3:10 2:38 3:04 2:35 2:25 2:09 2:20 2:29 2:48 2:12 2:27 2:37 2:44 2:34 21,502 21,367 21,161 15,279 16,896 10,925 26,485 21,772 30,521 23,618 22,803 28,004 15,566 11,153 19,491 41,223 40,161 44,111 39,505

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43-49 43-50 43-51 43-52 43-53 43-54 43-55 43-56 43-57 43-58 43-59 43-60 44-60 44-61 45-61 45-62 46-62 47-62 48-62 48-63 49-63 49-64 49-65 49-66 50-66 50-67 51-67 52-67 53-67 53-68 53-69 53-70 53-71 53-72 54-72 54-73 55-73 56-73 56-74 56-75 56-76 57-76 57-77

3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd T3rd T3rd 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 3rd 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th

-8.5 -9.5 -10.5 -11.5 -11.5 -12.5 -12.5 -12.5 -13.5 -14.5 -14.5 -15.5 -15.5 -14.5 -15.0 -15.0 -15.0 -15.0 -14.5 -13.5 -12.5 -13.0 -14.0 -13.0 -14.0 -15.0 -16.0 -15.0 -15.0 -16.0 -16.0 -16.0 -16.0 -17.0 -18.0 -17.5 -18.5 -18.5 -18.5 -18.5 -19.0 -18.0 -17.0 -16.5 -17.5 -17.5 -18.5 -18.0 -19.0

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2:21 2:17 2:55 2:31 4:21 2:42 2:37 2:53 3:15 3:01 2:36 2:27 3:02 2:59 2:24 3:03 3:04 2:52 2:58 3:03 2:33 2:07 2:42 3:12 3:09 3:08 3:03 2:14 2:43 3:18 2:45 2:31 3:07 3:02 3:01 2:50 3:15 3:17 3:06 2:09 2:45 2:40 2:54

25,997 30,551 30,896 30,335 15,957 18,093 23,146 38,048 38,115 37,650 44,365 46,132 47,090 26,623 24,990 20,387 23,348 22,589 29,710 38,727 42,017 38,823 27,771 25,214 30,087 40,689 41,331 45,315 27,017 23,106 26,588 14,884 20,148 17,226 21,582 22,805 22,590 16,037 28,476 30,527 25,640 18,044 16,597

* Games vs. Florida June 24-26 played at Safeco Field. FLA was home team.

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G 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 DT 8/31 9/1 9/2 9/3 9/4 9/5 9/6 9/7 9/8 9/9 9/10 9/11 9/12 9/13 9/14 9/15 9/16 9/17 9/18 9/19 9/20 9/21 9/22 9/23 9/24 9/25 9/26 9/27 9/28 D/N N N N D D N N N N N N D N N N N D D D N N D N N D N N N OPP LAA LAA @OAK @OAK @OAK @LAA @LAA @LAA KC KC KC KC NYY NYY NYY Off Day TEX TEX TEX @CLE @MIN @MIN @MIN @TEX @TEX @TEX OAK OAK OAK W /L W L L L L L W L W W L L L L W SCORE 2-1 3-4 2-9 0-3 5-8 3-7 2-1 1-3 4-1 7-3 2-4 1-2 3-9 2-3 2-1 WINNER/LOSER/SAVE HERNANDEZ (13-11/Haren Santana/Furbush (3-7)/Walden Moscoso/Vargas (7-13) McCARTHY/Pineda (9-9) Cahill/Beavan (3-5)/Bailey Haren/Vasquez (1-2) Hernandez (14-11)/Santana/League (33) Williams/Furbush (3-8)/Walden Vargas (8-13)/Hochevar/League (34) Beavan (4-5)/Francis Paulino/Pineda (9-10)/Soria Teaford/Vasquez (1-3)/Soria Hughes/Hernandez (14-12) Burnett/Furbush (3-9)/Rivera Delabar (1-0)/Wade Beavan (5-5)/Wilson Lewis/Vasquez (1-4)/Feliz Harrison/Hernandez (14-13)/Feliz Furbush (4-9)/Huff Vargas (9-14)/Duensing/League (35) Jimenez (1-0)/Slowey/League (36) Nathan/Delabar (1-1) Harrison/Vasquez (1-5)/Feliz Feldman/Hernandez (14-14) Holland/Furbush (4-10) Vargas (10-13)/McCARTHY/League (37) Cahill/Beavan (5-6) Gonzalez/Vasquez (1-6)/Bailey PRE ASG: 43-48 REC. 58-77 58-78 58-79 58-80 58-81 58-82 59-82 59-83 60-83 61-83 61-84 61-85 61-86 61-87 62-87 63-87 63-88 63-89 64-89 65-89 66-89 66-90 66-91 66-92 66-93 67-93 67-94 67-95 POS GA/GB 4th -18.0 4th -19.0 4th -20.0 4th -20.0 4th -21.0 4th -21.0 4th -21.0 4th -21.0 4th -20.5 4th -20.5 4th -20.5 4th -21.5 4th -22.0 4th -23.0 4th -23.0 4th -23.5 4th -22.5 4th -23.5 4th -24.5 4th -24.0 4th -24.0 4th -24.0 4th -24.0 4th -25.0 4th -26.0 4th -27.0 4th -27.0 4th -28.0 4th -29.0 CLUBS TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TEX TIME 2:15 2:42 2:53 2:23 3:04 2:23 2:48 2:02 2:33 2:59 2:04 2:34 2:49 2:49 3:21 2:37 2:55 2:38 2:27 2:59 2:48 3:00 2:39 2:38 3:13 2:13 2:29 2:22 ATT 18,524 19,468 14,972 19,732 19,384 35,497 36,533 37,459 14,396 14,801 17,902 20,967 22,028 18,307 20,335 17,593 22,171 21,487 15,354 35,995 36,263 37,466 43,874 40,242 43,508 17,067 18,409 20,180

W 4-0 L 6-7 L 0-3 W 12-6 (7) W 5-4 W 5-4 L 2-3 L 3-5 L 3-7 L 5-12 W 4-2 L 0-7 L 0-2

2011 IN REVIEW

FINAL RECORD: 67-95

POST ASG: 24-47

Jan. 3 Jan. 7 Jan. 10 Jan. 13 Jan. 18 Jan. 20 Jan. 25 Jan. 31 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 15 Feb. 27 March 2 March 4 March 12

March 13 March 14

March 17

March 18 March 23

March 25 March 26 March 27

March 28

Miguel Olivo, C, signed as a free agent. Anthony Varvaro, RHP, designated for assignment. Brendan Ryan, INF, signed to 2-year contract. adam Kennedy, INF, signed as minor league free agent. Anthony Varvaro, RHP, claimed off waivers by Atlanta. David Aardsma, RHP, signed to 2011 contract. Brandon League, RHP, signed to 2011 contract. Jason Vargas, LHP, signed to 2011 contract. Jody Gerut, OF, signed as minor league free agent. Nate Robertson, LHP, signed as minor league free agent. Chris Ray, RHP, signed as minor league free agent. Jamey Wright, RHP, signed as minor league free agent. Gabe Gross, RHP, signed as minor league free agent. Manny Delcarmen, RHP, signed as minor league free agent. Ken Griffey Jr. named Special Consultant to the Franchise. Jody Gerut, OF, retired. Aaron Laffey, LHP, acquired from Cleveland in exchange for INF Matt Lawson and cash considerations. James Paxton, LHP, signed to professional contract. Mauricio Robles, LHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Alex Liddi, INF, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Carlos Peguero, OF, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Johermyn Chavez, OF, optioned to AA Jackson. Yusmeiro Petit, RHP, re-assigned to minor league camp. James Paxton, LHP, re-assigned to minor league camp. Yoervis Medina, RHP, optioned to A High Desert. Blake Beavan, RHP, re-assigned to minor league camp. Chris Seddon, LHP, re-assigned to minor league camp. Chaz Roe, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Edward Paredes, LHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Mike Carp, 1B/OF, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Greg Halman, OF, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Dan Cortes, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Manny Delcarmen, RHP, re-assigned to minor league camp. Charlie Haeger, RHP, re-assigned to minor league camp. Chris Smith, RHP, re-assigned to minor league camp. Garrett Olson, LHP, claimed off waivers by Pittsburgh. Dustin Ackley, INF, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Steven Baron, C, re-assigned to minor league camp. Sean Kazmar, INF, re-assigned to minor league camp. Gabe Gross, OF, re-assigned to minor league camp. Fabio Castro, LHP, re-assigned to minor league camp. Jose Flores, RHP, returned to Cleveland (Rule 5). Gabe Gross, OF, granted unconditional release. Matt Tuiasosopo, INF, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Justin Miller, RHP, re-assigned to minor league camp. Royce Ring, LHP, re-assigned to minor league camp. Mike Wilson, OF, re-assigned to minor league camp. Denny Bautista, RHP, re-assigned to minor league camp. Chris Ray, RHP, selected from AAA Tacoma.

Mariners 2011 transactions

Jamey Wright,RHP, selected from AAA Tacoma. Adam Kennedy, INF, selected from AAA Tacoma. Josh Wilson, INF, released. Luke French, LHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Chris Gimenez, C, re-assigned to minor league camp. Josh Bard, C, re-assigned to minor league camp. March 29 Cesar Jimenez, LHP, outrighted to AAA Tacoma. March 30 Ryan Langerhans, OF, selected from AAA Tacoma. Luis Rodriguez, INF, selected from AAA Tacoma. Franklin Gutierrez, OF, placed on 15-day disabled list (retro to 3/22) with stomach gastritis. Matt Mangini, INF, placed on 15-day disabled list (retro to 3/22) with a strained right quad. David Aardsma, RHP, placed on 15-day disabled list (retro to 3/22) recovering from labral left hip surgery. Mauricio Robles, LHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma and placed on the 60-day disabled list (left elbow surgery). Nate Robertson, LHP, re-assigned to minor league camp. Opening Day Roster -- PITCHERS (12) - LH Erik Bedard, RH April 1 Doug Fister, RH Felix Hernandez, LH Aaron Laffey, RH Brandon League, RH Josh Lueke, RH David Pauley, RH Michael Pineda, RH Chris Ray, LH Jason Vargas, RH Tom Wilhelmsen, RH Jamey Wright…CATCHERS (2) - Adam Moore, Miguel Olivo…INFIELDERS (6) - Chone Figgins, Adam Kennedy, Luis Rodriguez, Brendan Ryan, Justin Smoak, Jack Wilson… OUTFIELDERS (4) - Milton Bradley, Ryan Langerhans, Michael Saunders, Ichiro Suzuki…DESIGNATED HITTER (1) - Jack Cust…DISABLED LIST (5) - RHP David Aardsma, RHP Shawn Kelley (60-day), LHP Mauricio Robles (60-day), INF Matt Mangini, OF Franklin Gutierrez

2011 opening day Roster:

Pitchers (12): LH Erik Bedard, RH Doug Fister, RH Felix Hernandez, LH Aaron Laffey, RH Brandon League, RH Josh Lueke, RH David Pauley, RH Michael Pineda, RH Chris Ray, LH Jason Vargas, RH Tom Wilhelmsen, RH Jamey Wright Catchers (2): Adam Moore, Miguel Olivo Infielders (6): Chone Figgins, Adam Kennedy, Luis Rodriguez, Brendan Ryan, Justin Smoak, Jack Wilson outfielders (4): Milton Bradley, Ryan Langerhans, Michael Saunders, Ichiro Suzuki designated Hitters (1): Jack Cust disabled List (5): RHP David Aardsma, RHP Shawn Kelley (60-day), LHP Mauricio Robles (60-day), INF Matt Mangini, OF Franklin Gutierrez

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MARINERS 2011 TRANSACTIONS (Continued)
April 8 April 19 April 21 April 24 April 25 May 2 May 9 Chris Gimenez, C, selected from AAA Tacoma. Adam Moore, C, placed on 60-day disabled list (retro to 4/7) with torn medial meniscus, right knee. Justin Smoak, 1B, placed on Bereavement List. Carlos Peguero, OF, recalled from AAA Tacoma. David Aardsma, RHP, sent on rehab to AAA Tacoma. Matt Mangini, INF, reinstated from DL; optioned to Tacoma. Carlos Peguero, OF, optioned to AAA Tacoma (post-game). Josh Lueke, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma (post-game). Justin Smoak, 1B, returned from Bereavement List. Dan Cortes, RHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Franklin Gutierrez, OF, sent on rehab to AAA Tacoma. David Aardsma, RHP, returned from rehab at AAA Tacoma. Mike Wilson, OF, selected from AAA Tacoma. Carlos Peguero, OF, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Ryan Langerhans, OF, designated for assignment. Milton Bradley, OF, designated for assignment. Ryan Langerhans, OF, clears waivers; accepts assign. to AAA. Jeff Gray, RHP, claimed off waivers from Chicago (AL). Jeff Gray, RHP, activated on 25-man roster Dan Cortes, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Edward Paredes, LHP, optioned transferred to AA Jackson. Shawn Kelley, RHP, sent on rehab to AA Jackson. Milton Bradley, OF, released. Tom Wilhelmsen, RHP, optioned to AA Jackson (post-game) Franklin Gutierrez, OF, returned from rehab assignment at AAA Tacoma and activated from 15-day disabled list. Shawn Kelley, RHP, returned from rehab at AA Jackson. Greg Halman, OF, recalled from AAA Tacoma (post-game) Michael Saunders, OF, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Mike Carp, OF/1B, recalled from AAA Tacoma (post-game). Mike Wilson, OF, optioned to AAA Tacoma (post-game). David Aardsma, RHP, transferred to 60-day DL. Mauricio Robles, LHP, activated from 60-day DL; optioned to High Desert (A). Luis Rodriguez, INF, optioned to AAA Tacoma (post-game). Dustin Ackley, INF, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Chris Gimenez, C, placed on 15-day DL with strained left oblique. Erik Bedard, LHP, placed on 15-day DL with sprained left knee. Josh Bard, C, selected from AAA Tacoma. Jose Yepez, C, selected from AAA Tacoma. Chaz Roe, RHP, designated for assignment. Edward Paredes, LHP, designated for assignment. Edward Paredes, LHP, cleared waivers & outrighted to AA Jackson. Blake Beavan, RHP, selected from AAA Tacoma. Mike Carp, OF/1B, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Chris Gimenez, C, transferred to 60-day DL. Chaz Roe, RHP, cleared waivers & outrighted to AAA Tacoma. Kyle Seager, INF, selected from AAA Tacoma (post-game). Jose Yepez, C, designated for assignment (post-game). Jose Yepez, C, cleared waivers & outrighted to AAA Tacoma. Mike Carp, OF/1B, recalled from AAA Tacoma (post-game). Carlos Peguero, OF, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Josh Lueke, RHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Kyle Seager, INF, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Shawn Kelley, RHP, sent on rehab to AAA Tacoma. Willy Mo Pena, OF, signed to minor league contract. Erik Bedard, LHP, activated from 15-day disabled list. Jack Cust, DH, designated for assignment. Aaron Laffey, LHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Dan Cortes, RHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Charlie Furbush, LHP, acquired in trade from Detroit. Casper Wells, OF, acquired in trade from Detroit. Francisco Martinez, INF, acquired in trade from Detroit. Doug Fister, RHP, traded to Detroit. David Pauley, RHP, traded to Detroit. Trayvon Robinson, OF, acquired from Boston. Chih-Hsien Chiang, OF, acquired from Boston. Erik Bedard, LHP, traded to Boston. Josh Fields, RHP, traded to Boston. Aaron Laffey, LHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Chris Ray, RHP, placed on 15-day disabled list with a strained right shoulder latisimus dorsi. Tom Wilhelmsen, RHP, recalled from AA Jackson. Chone Figgins, 3B, placed on 15-day DL with a right hip flexor strain. Kyle Seager, INF, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Greg Halman, OF, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Trayvon Robinson, OF, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Brendan Ryan, INF, placed on 15-day disabled list with a sprained AC joint in his left shoulder (retro to 8/4). Luis Rodriguez, INF, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Shawn Kelley, RHP, returned from rehab at AAA Tacoma, activated from 60-day disabled list and optioned to AAA Tacoma (post-game). Aug. 12 Aug. 13 Chris Gimenez, C, sent on rehab assignment to AAA Tacoma. Justin Smoak, 1B, placed on the 15-day disabled list with non-displaced fracture of the nose. Wily Mo Pena, OF/DH, selected from AAA Tacoma. Luke French, LHP, designated for assignment. Danny Hultzen, LHP, signed to Major League contact. Chris Ray, RHP, released. Chance Ruffin, RHP, acquired from Detroit as PTBNL in July 30 trade. Aaron Laffey, LHP, designated for assignment. Jack Wilson, INF, placed on 15-day disabled list with a severely bruised left heel (retro to 8/18). Brendan Ryan, INF, activated from 15-day disabled list. Aaron Laffey, LHP, claimed off waivers by New York (AL). Yoervis Medina, RHP, option transferred from A High Desert to AA Jackson. Dan Cortes, RHP, placed on 15-day disabled list with bruised left ankle (post-game G#1). Anthony Vasquez, LHP, selected from AAA Tacoma (postgame G#1) Matt Mangini, INF, released. Justin Smoak, 1B, sent on rehab assignment to AAA Tacoma. Jack Wilson, INF, traded to Atlanta for PTBNL. Cesar Jimenez, LHP, selected from AAA Tacoma. Shawn Kelley, RHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Chris Gimenez, C, returned from rehab assignment at AAA Tacoma & activated from 60-day disabled list. Justin Smoak, 1B, returned from rehab assignment at AAA Tacoma and reinstated from 15-day disabled list. Dan Cortes, RHP, sent on rehab assignment to AAA Tacoma. Chone Figgins, INF, activated from 15-day disabled list. Michael Saunders, OF, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Alex Liddi, INF, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Steve Delabar, RHP, selected from AAA Tacoma. Franklin Gutierrez, OF, placed on 60-day disabled list with a strained left oblique (retro to 9/5). Dan Cortes, RHP, returned from rehab assignment at AAA Tacoma and activated from 15-day disabled list. Roger Hansen promoted to Special Asst. to General Manager. Pete Vuckovich named Special Assistant to the General Manager. Joe McIlvaine named Special Assistant to the General Manager. Luis Caballero, INF, acquired from Atlanta to complete Aug. 31 trade for Jack Wilson. Josh Bard, C, became free agent. Adam Kennedy, INF, became free agent. Wily Mo Peña, DH, became free agent. Jamey Wright, RHP, became free agent. David Aardsma, RHP, outrighted and elected free agency Jeff Gray, RHP, claimed off waivers by Minnesota. Chris Gwynn named Director of Player Development. Luis Rodriguez, INF, outrighted and elected free agency. Anthony Vasquez, LHP, outrighted to AAA Tacoma. Chih-Hsien Chiang, OF, selected to 40-man roster. Francisco Martinez, INF, selected to 40-man roster. Carlos Triunfel, INF, selected to 40-man roster. John Jaso, C, acquired from Tampa Bay in exchange for Josh Lueke (rhp) and a PTBNL or cash considerations. Lucas Luetge, LHP, selected in MLB phase of Rule 5 draft. Chris Gimenez, C, non-tendered 2012 contract. Dan Cortes, RHP, non-tendered 2012 contract. Chris Gimenez, C, signed as free agent. George Sherrill, LHP, signed as free agent.

Aug. 15 Aug. 17 Aug. 19

Aug. 20 Aug. 23

May 11 May 13 May 14

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May 16 May 17 May 18 May 27 June 2 June 7 June 13 June 15 June 16 June 29

Aug. 29 Aug. 31 Sept. 1

Sept. 2 Sept. 3 Sept. 4 Sept. 6

Sept. 8 Sept. 12 Sept. 16 Sept. 19 Sept. 30 Oct. 30

July 1 July 3 July 5 July 6 July 11 July 17 July 21 July 27 July 29 July 30

Oct. 31 Nov. 1 Nov. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 18 Nov. 27 Dec. 8 Dec. 12 Dec. 14 Dec. 30

MaRINERS LoW HIt gaMES
No-Hitters (2): Randy Johnson Chris Bosio 1-Hitters (10): Jim Beattie Mike Trujillo Mark Langston Brian Holman Randy Johnson Randy Johnson Randy Johnson Gil Meche Felix Hernandez Jarrod Washburn 6/2/90 4/22/93 9/27/1983 9/20/1986 9/24/1988 4/20/1990 8/14/1991 5/16/1993 7/16/1998 6/13/2000 4/11/2007 7/6/2009 DET BOS KC KC @TEX @OAK OAK @OAK MIN @KC @BoS BAL

July 31

Aug. 1 Aug. 2

Aug. 4 Aug. 5 Aug. 8 Aug. 9

2-Hitters (indiv): 31x, last Felix Hernandez, 9/23/10 at TOR team 1-Hitters: 2x, last 7/30/11 vs. TB team 2-Hitters: 31x, last 6/24/11 vs. FLA

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2011 MaRINERS HoME attENdaNCE
GAME NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 DATE 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/12 4/13 4/18 4/19 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/23 4/24 5/3 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/8 5/16 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/27 5/28 5/29 5/30 5/31 6/1 6/2 6/3 6/4 6/5 6/13 6/14 6/15 6/17 6/18 6/19 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 7/1 7/2 7/3 7/14 7/15 7/16 7/17 7/29 7/30 7/31 8/1 8/2 8/3 8/12 8/13 DAY Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat Sun Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat Sun Thu Fri Sat Sun Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat D/N N N D N N D N N D N N N D N N N N N D N N N D N N D D N D N N D D N N N N N D N N N N N D N N D N N N D N D D N N D N N OPPONENT Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Toronto Toronto Toronto Detroit Detroit Detroit Oakland Oakland Oakland Oakland Texas Texas Texas Chicago WS Chicago WS Chicago WS Minnesota Minnesota LA Angels LA Angels NY Yankees NY Yankees NY Yankees Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Tampa Bay LA Angels LA Angels LA Angels Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia @Florida @Florida @Florida Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta San Diego San Diego San Diego Texas Texas Texas Texas Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Oakland Oakland Oakland Boston Boston GAME ATTENDANCE 45,731 * 30,303 21,122 13,087 15,500 12,428 12,783 12,411 13,339 12,764 17,799 25,356 16,533 12,804 13,910 14,217 31,914 26,294 26,082 14,889 16,017 16,993 18,386 33,717 37,440 37,308 22,874 11,701 18,053 16,393 24,482 28,846 28,955 20,238 17,659 19,343 34,353 35,838 45,470 * 15,279 16,896 10,925 26,485 21,772 30,521 23,618 22,803 28,004 25,997 30,562 30,896 30,334 26,623 24,990 20,387 23,348 22,589 29,710 40,689 41,331 SERIES TOTAL 97,156 41,015 38,533 SEASON TOTAL 45,731 76,034 97,156 110,243 125,743 138,171 150,954 163,365 176,704 189,468 207,267 232,623 249,156 261,960 275,870 290,087 322,001 348,295 374,377 389,266 405,283 422,276 440,662 474,379 511,819 549,127 572,001 583,702 601,755 618,148 642,630 671,476 700,431 720,669 738,328 757,671 792,024 827,862 873,332 ---899,817 921,589 952,110 975,728 998,531 1,026,535 1,052,532 1,083,094 1,113,990 1,144,324 1,170,947 1,195,937 1,216,324 1,239,672 1,262,261 1,291,971 1,332,660 1,373,991

72,452 40,931 84,290 30,906 35,379 108,465 52,628

2011 IN REVIEW

98,676 57,240 115,661 43,100 78,778 74,425

117,789 72,000 75,647

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2011 MARINERS HOME ATTENDANCE (Continued)
GAME NO 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 DATE 8/14 8/15 8/16 8/17 8/26 8/27 8/28 8/29 8/30 8/31 9/1 9/8 9/9 9/10 9/11 9/12 9/13 9/14 9/16 9/17 9/18 9/26 9/27 9/28 DAY Sun Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed D/N D N N N N N D N N N N N N N D N N N N N D N N N OPPONENT Boston Toronto Toronto Toronto Chicago WS Chicago WS Chicago WS LA Angels LA Angels LA Angels LA Angels Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City NY Yankees NY Yankees NY Yankees Texas Texas Texas Oakland Oakland Oakland GAME ATTENDANCE 45,315 27,017 23,106 26,588 26,476 30,527 25,640 18,044 16,597 18,524 19,468 14,396 14,801 17,902 20,967 22,028 18,307 20,335 17,593 22,171 21,487 17,067 18,409 20,180 SERIES TOTAL 127,335 76,711 82,643 SEASON TOTAL 1,419,306 1,446,323 1,469,429 1,496,017 1,522,493 1,553,020 1,578,660 1,596,704 1,613,301 1,631,825 1,651,293 1,665,689 1,680,490 1,698,392 1,719,359 1,741,387 1,759,694 1,780,029 1,797,622 1,819,793 1,841,280 1,858,347 1,876,756 1,896,936

72,633

2011 IN REVIEW

68,066 60,670 61,251 55,656

* Sellouts (2); Series vs. Florida (June 24-26) were played as visiting team 2011 Attendance Breakdown: Day Game High - 45,470, June 19 vs. Philadelphia; Day Game Low - 12,428, April 13 vs. Toronto; Night Game High - 45,731 vs. Cleveland, April 8; Night Game Low - 11,701 vs. Baltimore, May 31 2011 Monthly Attendance Breakdown: April - 249,156 (19,166 avg); May - 334,546 (22,303 avg); June - 368,408 (26,315 avg); July - 264,214 (26,421 avg); August - 415,501 (27,700 avg); September - 265,111 (18,937 avg)

2012 Seattle Mariners Birthdays
january (5) Blake Beavan.............. 1/17/89 Chone Figgins ............ 1/22/78 Johermyn Chavez....... 1/26/89 Hector Noesi............... 1/26/87 Eric Wedge ................. 1/27/68 February (6) Jason Vargas ................ 2/2/83 Franklin Gutierrez ....... 2/21/83 Chih-Hsien Chiang ..... 2/21/88 Carlos Peguero ........... 2/22/87 Dustin Ackley.............. 2/26/88 Carlos Triunfel............. 2/27/90 March (5) Mauricio Robles............ 3/5/89 Brandon League ......... 3/16/83 Lucas Luetge .............. 3/24/87 Brendan Ryan ............. 3/26/82 Jaime Navarro ............ 3/27/67 april (6) Felix Hernandez............ 4/8/86 Mike Brumley................ 4/9/62 Charlie Furbush .......... 4/11/86 Hisashi Iwakuma ........ 4/12/81 George Sherrill ............ 4/19/77 Shawn Kelley .............. 4/26/84 May (2) Adam Moore ................. 5/8/84 Robby Thompson ....... 5/10/62 june (1) Mike Carp ................... 6/30/86 july (4) Miguel Olivo................ 7/15/78 Steve Delabar ............. 7/17/83 Hong-Chih Kuo........... 7/23/81 Yoervis Medina ........... 7/27/88 august (1) Alex Liddi .................... 8/14/88 September (5) Trayvon Robinson ......... 9/1/87 Francisco Martinez ....... 9/1/90 Chance Ruffin ............... 9/8/88 John Jaso ................... 9/19/83 Jason Phillips ............. 9/27/76 october (1) Ichiro Suzuki ............. 10/22/73 November (8) Kyle Seager ................ 11/3/87 Cesar Jimenez .......... 11/12/84 Shawn Camp ............ 11/18/75 Michael Saunders ..... 11/19/86 Casper Wells............. 11/23/84 Jeff Datz ................... 11/28/59 Danny Hultzen .......... 11/28/89 Jesus Montero .......... 11/28/89 december (4) Justin Smoak .............. 12/5/86 Tom Wilhelmsen ....... 12/16/83 Chris Chambliss ....... 12/26/48 Carl Willis .................. 12/28/60

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Opponents

2011 American League MVP and Cy Young winner Justin Verlander

BALTIMORE ORIOLES
Oriole Park at Camden Yards 333 W. Camden Street Baltimore, MD 21201 (410) 547-6100
Oriole Park Capacity .................................. 45,971 Field Dimensions (L-R) ..................... 333-400-318
Chairman, Owner/CEO.......................... Peter Angelos Executive VP, Baseball Operations ........Dan Duquette Field Manager..................................... Buck Showalter Trainers ..............................Richie Bancells, Brian Ebel Director, Public Relations .....................Monica Barlow Manager, Media Relations............................ Jeff Lantz Travel Coordinator ......................................Kevin Buck

BOSTON RED SOX
Fenway Park Four Yawkey Way Boston, MA 02215 (617) 226-6000
Fenway Park Capacity .......37,067 (d) / 37,495 (n) Field Dimensions (L-R) ..................... 310-390-302
Principal Owner ......................................... John Henry Chairman ...................................................Tom Werner President/CEO...................................... Larry Lucchino Executive VP & General Manager .......Ben Cherington Field Manager.....................................Bobby Valentine Trainers .. Rick Jameyson, Brad Pearson, Masai Takahashi Director, Media Relations ......................... Pam Ganley Manager, Media Relations.......................... Leah Tobin Traveling Secretary ............................Jack McCormick

Seattle vs. Baltimore All-Time
Year 1977-79 1980-89 1990-99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total: Home 5-11 24-33 33-24 4-0 6-0 2-1 4-2 1-2 3-4 2-2 4-2 2-4 3-3 3-0 2-1 98-89 Road 1-15 27-30 24-34 3-3 2-1 2-4 1-2 1-5 0-3 4-2 3-0 0-4 2-1 3-3 0-3 73-110 Totals 6-26 51-63 57-58 7-3 8-1 4-5 5-4 2-7 3-7 6-4 7-2 2-8 5-4 6-3 2-4 171-199

Last Seattle Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 4/19-21/10 6/22-25/00

Year 1977-79 1980-89 1990-99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total:

Seattle vs. Boston All-Time
Home 3-13 28-32 23-31 3-3 2-1 4-2 2-1 3-3 2-1 5-1 4-2 2-4 2-1 2-5 2-1 87-101 Road 5-12 26-34 23-40 2-2 4-2 1-2 0-4 1-2 1-2 1-3 1-2 1-2 2-1 1-2 2-4 71-114

Totals 8-25 54-66 46-71 5-5 6-3 5-4 2-5 4-5 3-3 6-4 5-4 3-6 4-2 3-7 4-5 158-215

OPPONENTS

at BAL 9/7-9/07 never 3-Game: 4-Game:

Last Seattle Sweep
at SEA 6/25-27/07 never

Last Baltimore Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 5/16-18/97 never

at BOS never never

at BAL 5/10-12/11 4/4-7/08 3-Game: 4-Game: Scr. 4-3 3-2 1-2

Last Boston Sweep
at SEA 9/13-15/10 never

2011 Series Scores Seattle lost series, 2-4
Date 5/10 5/11 5/12 Site BAL BAL BAL W-L L L L Scr. 6-7 2-4 1-2 Date 5/30 5/31 6/1 Site SEA SEA SEA W-L W W L

at BOS 7/22-24/11 8/22-25/03

2011 Series Scores Seattle lost series, 4-5
Date 4/29 4/30 5/1 7/22 7/23 Site BOS BOS BOS BOS BOS W-L W W L L L Scr. 5-4 2-0 2-3 4-7 1-3 Date 7/24 8/12 8/13 8/14 Site BOS SEA SEA SEA W-L L L W W Scr. 8-12 4-6 5-4 5-3

vs. Baltimore
At Kingdome – 59-68 At Safeco – 39-21 At Memorial Stadium (thru 1991) – 37-48 At Oriole Park at Camden Yards – 36-62 Total – 171-199

vs. Boston
At Kingdome – 53-73 At Safeco – 34-28 At Fenway Park – 71-114 Total – 158-215

Long Streaks vs. Baltimore
HOME WINNING: 15, 6/2/99-5/24/02 HOME LOSING: 8, 5/1/83-8/31/84 ROAD WINNING: 5, 9/3/90-4/30/91 ROAD LOSING: 14, 5/6/77-7/24/79 OVERALL WINNING: 10, 6/22/00-5/31/01 OVERALL LOSING: 8, 3x, last: 8/3/04-7/15/05

Long Streaks vs. Boston
HOME WINNING: 9, 7/22/06-8/3/07 HOME LOSING: 8, 5/13/77-6/11/78 ROAD WINNING: 5, 6/29/84-5/15/85 ROAD LOSING: 7, 4x, last: 5/18/02-5/28/04 OVERALL WINNING: 5, 7/22/06-8/27/06 OVERALL LOSING: 15, 5/4/77-6/17/78

176

CHICAGO WHITE SOX
U.S. Cellular Field 333 West 35th St. Chicago, IL 60616 (312) 674-1000
U.S. Cellular Field Capacity ....................... 40,615 Field Dimensions (L-R) ..................... 330-400-335
Chairman ............................................. Jerry Reinsdorf Sr. VP/General Manager .......................... Ken Williams VP, Assistant General Manager ................... Rick Hahn Field Manager........................................ Robin Ventura Trainers ............................. Herm Schneider, Brian Ball Sr. Vice President, Communications ........Scott Reifert Director, Media Relations .........................Bob Beghtol Manager, Media Relations.......................... Ray Garcia Manager of Team Travel ...............................Ed Cassin

CLEVELAND INDIANS
Progressive Field 2401 Ontario Street Cleveland, OH 44115 (216) 420-4200
Progressive Field Capacity......................... 43,429 Field Dimensions (L-R) ..................... 325-405-325
Owner & Chief Executive Officer ....Lawrence J. Dolan Owner ..................................................... Paul J. Dolan President ................................................ Mark Shapiro Executive Vice President, GM ..............Chris Antonetti Field Manager............................................Manny Acta Trainers .... Lonnie Soloff, Jeff Desjardins, Michael Salazar Director, Baseball Information .................... Bart Swain Coordinator, Baseball Information....Court Berry-Tripp Director of Team Travel .............................. Mike Seghi

Seattle vs. Chicago All-Time
Year 1977-79 1980-89 1990-99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total: Home 9-12 30-32 35-25 2-4 5-1 2-1 4-2 2-1 1-2 2-1 5-0 1-2 4-2 1-2 1-5 104-92 Road 12-10 22-39 27-34 3-3 2-1 2-4 3-0 0-6 2-4 2-4 2-1 0-3 1-2 0-7 1-2 79-120 Totals 21-22 52-71 62-59 5-7 7-2 4-5 7-2 2-7 3-6 4-5 7-1 1-5 5-4 1-9 2-7 183-212

Seattle vs. Cleveland All-Time
Year 1977-79 1980-89 1990-99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total: Home 6-10 27-33 27-26 2-4 2-1 3-1 3-0 2-4 2-5 1-2 2-2 1-2 0-3 2-2 0-3 80-98 Road 3-12 21-39 25-28 0-3 3-1 1-2 3-3 2-1 1-2 4-2 1-2 4-2 4-3 2-1 4-2 78-103 Totals 9-22 48-72 52-54 2-7 5-2 4-3 6-3 4-5 3-7 5-4 3-4 5-4 4-6 4-3 4-5 158-201

OPPONENTS

Last Seattle Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 8/17-19/07 8/21-24/98

Last Seattle Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 4/22-24/03 never

at CWS 5/2-4/03 8/30-9/1/99

at CLE 8/29-31/08 never

Last Chicago Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 8/26-28/11 6/23-26/94

Last Cleveland Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 4/8-10/11 never

at CWS 4/23-25/10 7/26-29/10

at CLE 8/18-20/00 8/27-30/81

2011 Series Scores Seattle lost series, 2-7
Date 5/6 5/7 5/8 6/6 6/7 Site SEA SEA SEA CWS CWS W-L W L L L L Scr. 3-2 0-6 2-5 1-3 1-5 Date 6/8 8/26 8/27 8/28 Site CWS SEA SEA SEA W-L W L L L Scr. 7-4 2-4 0-3 3-9

2011 Series Scores Seattle lost series, 4-5
Date 4/8 4/9 4/10 5/13 8/22 Site SEA SEA SEA CLE CLE W-L L L L L W Scr. 3-12 1-2 4-6 4-5 3-2 Date 8/23 8/23 8/24 9/19 Site CLE CLE CLE CLE W-L L W W W Scr. 5-7 12-7 9-2 12-6

vs. Chicago
At Kingdome – 71-69 At Safeco – 33-23 At Comiskey (thru 1990) – 37-52 At U.S. Cellular Field – 42-68 Total – 183-212

vs. Cleveland
At Kingdome – 59-66 At Safeco – 21-32 At Cleveland Stadium (thru 1993) – 36-63 At Progressive Field – 42-40 Total – 158-201

Long Streaks vs. Chicago
HOME WINNING: 7, 6/15/92-10/4/92 HOME LOSING: 8, 5/12/93-6/26/94 ROAD WINNING: 5, 10/2/77-9/7/78 ROAD LOSING: 10, 2x, last: 4/29/09-6/7/11 OVERALL WINNING: 7, 8/9/99-9/1/99 OVERALL LOSING: 9, 2x, last: 5/10/94-7/31/94

Long Streaks vs. Cleveland
HOME WINNING: 9, 8/27/92-6/7/94 HOME LOSING: 8, 3/31/98-8/22/99 ROAD WINNING: 6, 7/4/90-7/26/91 ROAD LOSING: 8, 8/27/77-6/16/79 OVERALL WINNING: 8, 7/15/90-7/12/91 OVERALL LOSING: 8, 9/26/86-6/13/87

177

DETROIT TIGERS
Comerica Park 2100 Woodward Ave. Detroit, MI 48201 (313) 471-2000
Comerica Park Capacity ............................ 41,255 Field Dimensions (L-R) ..................... 345-420-330
Owner/Director ........................................Michael Ilitch President/CEO/GM........................ David Dombrowski Field Manager........................................... Jim Leyland Trainers .............Kevin Rand, Steve Carter, Doug Teter Vice President, Communications ......... Ron Colangelo Director, Baseball Media Relations ..........Brian Britten Manager, Baseball Media Relations ....Rick Thompson Traveling Secretary .................................. Tyson Steele

KANSAS CITY ROYALS
Kauffman Stadium One Royal Way Kansas City, MO 64129 (816) 921-8000
Kauffman Stadium Capacity ...................... 37,903 Field Dimensions (L-R) ..................... 330-410-330
Owner/Chief Executive Officer ..................David Glass President ..................................................... Dan Glass Senior VP/Baseball Operations/GM ...... Dayton Moore Field Manager................................................ Ned Yost Trainers .................................Nick Kenney, Kyle Turner VP, Communications & Broadcasting .. Mike Swanson Director, Media Relations ................... David Holtzman Sr. Director, Team Travel ....................... Jeff Davenport

Year 1977-79 1980-89 1990-99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total:

Seattle vs. Detroit All-Time
Home 7-10 31-27 30-25 0-3 3-1 3-0 5-1 1-2 2-1 1-5 2-2 3-4 1-2 4-1 1-2 94-86 Road 6-10 17-39-1 23-33 2-4 2-1 2-2 3-0 3-3 2-4 2-1 2-4 0-3 3-3 1-2 5-2 73-111-1

Totals 13-20 48-66-1 53-58 2-7 5-2 5-2 8-1 4-5 4-5 3-6 4-6 3-7 4-5 5-3 6-4 167-197

Last Seattle Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 7/29-31/03 never

Year 1977-79 1980-89 1990-99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total:

Seattle vs. Kansas City All-Time
Home 5-17 33-32 32-27 5-1 1-2 3-3 2-1 4-1 3-0 3-1 2-1 1-1 2-2 2-4 2-2 100-95 Road 8-13 26-38 23-37 3-3 5-1 3-0 3-3 1-1 4-2 2-2 4-2 1-6 2-3 2-1 1-3 88-115

Totals 13-30 59-70 55-64 8-4 6-3 6-3 5-4 5-2 7-2 5-3 6-3 2-7 4-5 4-5 3-5 188-210

OPPONENTS

at DET 4/26-28/11 8/7-9/98

Last Seattle Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 8/15-17/05 never

Last Detroit Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 4/21-23/06 never

at KC 5/25-27/07 5/25-28/01

at DET 5/20-22/08 8/1-3/80

Last Kansas City Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 7/5-7/10 8/17-20/89 at KC 6/5-7/92 9/15-18/08

2011 Series Scores Seattle won series, 6-4
Date 4/18 4/19 4/20 4/26 4/27 Site SEA SEA SEA DET DET W-L L W L W W Scr. 3-8 13-3 2-3 7-3 10-1 Date 4/28 6/9 6/10 6/11 6/12 Site DET DET DET DET DET W-L W L W L W Scr. 7-2 1-4 3-2 1-8 7-3

2011 Series Scores Seattle lost series, 3-5
Date 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/17 Site KC KC KC KC W-L L L L W Scr. 1-5 5-6 0-7 3-2 Date 9/8 9/9 9/10 9/11 Site SEA SEA SEA SEA W-L W W L L Scr. 4-1 7-3 2-4 1-2

vs. Detroit
At Kingdome – 66-62 At Safeco – 28-24 At Tiger Stadium (thru 1999) – 46-82-1 At Comerica Park – 27-29 Total – 167-197

vs. Kansas City
At Kingdome – 69-74 At Safeco – 31-21 At Kauffman – 88-115 Total – 188-210

Long Streaks vs. Detroit
HOME WINNING: 7, 8/21/01-4/25/03 HOME LOSING: 5, 3x, last: 4/21/06-7/8/06 ROAD WINNING: 6, 8/21/02-4/30/04 ROAD LOSING: 9, 7/26/94-4/10/96 OVERALL WINNING: 8, 4/27/03-4/30/04 OVERALL LOSING: 11, 6/3/80-5/1/81

Long Streaks vs. Kansas City
HOME WINNING: 9, 8/27/04-6/3/06 HOME LOSING: 7, 5/23/78-5/15/79 ROAD WINNING: 7, 6/22/85-6/9/86 ROAD LOSING: 9, 9/17/77-9/26/78 OVERALL WINNING: 10, 6/14/85-9/24/85 OVERALL LOSING: 12, 5/23/78-9/26/78

178

LOS ANGELES ANGELS
Angel Stadium of Anaheim 2000 E. Gene Autry Way Anaheim, CA 92806 (714) 940-2000
Angel Stadium Capacity............................. 45,389 Field Dimensions (L-R): .................... 330-400-330
Owner .........................................Arturo “Arte” Moreno Chairman ...................................................Dennis Kuhl General Manager ...................................... Jerry Dipoto Field Manager........................................ Mike Scioscia Trainers ................................Adam Nevala, Rick Smith VP of Communications ................................Tim Mead Communications Manager ..............................Eric Kay Traveling Secretary ......................................Tom Taylor

MINNESOTA TWINS
Target Field 1 Twins Way Minneapolis, MN 55403 (612) 659-3400
Target Field Capacity.................................. 39,500 Field Dimensions (L-R) ..................... 339-407-328
Chief Executive Officer ...............................Jim Pohlad Chairman, Executive Board...........................Jerry Bell President ...............................................Dave St. Peter Executive VP, General Manager ..................Terry Ryan Field Manager......................................Ron Gardenhire Trainers ..........................Rick McWane, Dave Pruemer Director, Baseball Communications ....... Mike Herman Sr. Manager, Baseball Communications Dustin Morse Director, Team Travel ................................Remzi Kiratli

Year 1977-79 1980-89 1990-99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total:

Seattle vs. Angels All-Time
Home 8-14 29-38 33-27 4-2 7-3 5-4 6-4 3-7 3-6 4-5 3-6 3-7 5-5 2-7 5-4 120-139 Road 10-11 19-41 31-32 4-3 8-1 5-5 5-4 4-6 6-3 5-5 3-7 2-7 4-5 2-8 2-8 110-146

Totals 18-25 48-79 64-59 8-5 15-4 10-9 11-8 7-13 9-9 9-10 6-13 5-14 9-10 4-15 7-12 230-285

Last Seattle Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 9/12-14/05 4/19-22/01

Year 1977-79 1980-89 1990-99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total:

Seattle vs. Minnesota All-Time
Home 10-11 34-27 33-24 5-1 3-0 3-3 1-2 4-2 3-3 2-1 1-5 4-2 2-1 4-3 1-1 110-86 Road 10-12 25-40-1 32-27 4-2 5-1 1-2 5-1 0-3 1-3 1-4 2-1 0-3 3-4 0-3 4-2 93-108-1

Totals 20-23 59-67-1 65-51 9-3 8-1 4-5 6-3 4-5 4-6 3-5 3-6 4-5 5-5 4-6 5-3 203-194-1

OPPONENTS

at LAA 6/9-11/06 7/7-10/05 3-Game: 4-Game:

Last Seattle Sweep
at SEA 7/27-29/01 never

Last Angels Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 6/4-6/10 8/17-20/06

at LAA 9/10-12/10 7/7-10/11

at MIN 7/27-29/01 5/29-6/1/03

Last Minnesota Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: Scr. 5-1 1-2 5-3 6-13 2-1 3-4 3-7 2-1 1-3 at SEA 4/17-19/07 never

2011 Series Scores Seattle lost series, 7-12
Date 5/18 5/19 6/13 6/14 6/15 7/7 7/8 7/9 7/10 8/5 Site SEA SEA SEA SEA SEA LAA LAA LAA LAA LAA W-L W W L L W L L L L L Scr. 3-0 2-1 3-6 0-4 3-1 1-5 3-4 3-9 2-4 0-1 Date 8/6 8/7 8/29 8/30 8/31 9/1 9/5 9/6 9/7 Site LAA LAA SEA SEA SEA SEA LAA LAA LAA W-L W L W L W L L W L

at MIN 7/30-8/1/10 4/25-28/91

2011 Series Scores Seattle won series, 5-3
Date 5/16 5/17 5/23 5/24 Site SEA SEA MIN MIN W-L W L W L Scr. 5-2 1-2 8-7 2-4 Date 5/25 9/20 9/21 9/22 Site MIN MIN MIN MIN W-L W W W L Scr. 3-0 5-4 5-4 2-3

vs. Minnesota
At Kingdome – 75-61 At Safeco – 35-25 At Metropolitan Stadium (thru 1980) – 18-17-1 At Metrodome (thru 2009) – 70-90 At Target Field – 4-5 Total – 203-194-1

vs. Angels
At Kingdome – 68-78 At Safeco – 52-61 At Angel Stadium – 110-146 Total – 230-285

Long Streaks vs. Angels
HOME WINNING: 5, 4x, last: 6/29/00-4/22/01 HOME LOSING: 7, 9/16/04-8/14/05 ROAD WINNING: 12, 4/14/01-4/11/02 ROAD LOSING: 8, 9/10/10-8/5/11 OVERALL WINNING: 8, 10/2/01-4/23/02 OVERALL LOSING: 8, 2x, last: 5/29-7/17/10

Long Streaks vs. Minnesota
HOME WINNING: 7, 7/15/98-9/18/99 HOME LOSING: 7, 5/7/96-4/19/97 ROAD WINNING: 6, 2x, last: 4/16/98-9/15/98 ROAD LOSING: 8, 2x, last: 10/3/90-8/22/91 OVERALL WINNING: 9, 5/23/01-7/4/02 OVERALL LOSING: 7, 4/13/79-7/3/79

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NEW YORK YANKEES
Yankee Stadium One East 161st Street Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 293-4300
Yankee Stadium Capacity .......................... 50,291 Field Dimensions (L-R) ..................... 318-408-314
Managing Gen. Partner/Co-Chair . Harold Z. Steinbrenner General Partner/Co-Chair ........Henry G. Steinbrenner President .......................................Randy Levine, Esq. Senior VP/General Manager................ Brian Cashman Field Manager............................................. Joe Girardi Head Trainer ........................................ Steve Donohue Director, Media Relations ........................... Jason Zillo
Asst. Dir., Media Relations ........ Jason Latimer, Michael Margolis

OAKLAND ATHLETICS
Oakland Coliseum 7000 Coliseum Way Oakland, CA 94621 (510) 638-4900
Oakland Coliseum Capacity....................... 35,067 Field Dimensions (L-R) ..................... 330-400-330
Owner ........................................................ Lewis Wolff President ........................................... Michael Crowley VP and General Manager ...........................Billy Beane Field Manager.............................................Bob Melvin Trainers .............................. Walt Horn, Nick Paparesta Director, Public Relations .............................Bob Rose Manager, Baseball Information ............... Mike Selleck Sr. Manager, Media & Player Relations ....... Kristy Fick Traveling Secretary ............................Mickey Morabito

Traveling Secretary .................................. Ben Tuliebitz

Seattle vs. New York All-Time
Year 1977-79 1980-89 1990-99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total: Home 13-4 20-38 29-29 3-3 1-2 2-4 1-2 2-4 3-4 2-1 2-1 2-1 3-4 1-3 3-3 87-103 Road 2-14 25-30 27-32 3-1 5-1 3-0 3-3 1-2 0-3 1-2 3-4 0-6 1-2 3-3 1-2 78-105 Totals 15-18 45-68 56-61 6-4 6-3 5-4 4-5 3-6 3-7 3-3 5-5 2-7 4-6 4-6 4-5 165-208

Seattle vs. Oakland All-Time
Year 1977-79 1980-89 1990-99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total: Home 9-13 27-34 29-30 2-5 5-4 6-4 7-2 5-4 3-6 2-8 6-4 6-4 8-1 4-6 6-4 125-129 Road 6-15 19-44 21-41 2-4 5-5 5-4 5-5 3-7 3-6 0-9 8-1 3-6 6-4 2-7 4-5 92-163 Totals 15-28 46-78 50-71 4-9 10-9 11-8 12-7 8-11 6-12 2-17 14-5 9-10 14-5 6-13 10-9 217-292

OPPONENTS

Last Seattle Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 8/26-28/96 never

Last Seattle Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 8/1-3/11 8/12-15/91

at NY 5/3-5/02 never

at OAK 9/17-19/07 never

Last New York Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 8/7-9/90 8/5-8/99

Last Oakland Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 8/4-6/06 9/30-10/3/10

at NY 5/23-25/08 never

at OAK 9/2-4/11 9/10-13/92

2011 Series Scores Seattle lost series, 4-5
Date 5/27 5/28 5/29 7/25 7/26 Site SEA SEA SEA NYY NYY W-L W W L L L Scr. 4-3 5-4 1-7 3-10 1-4 Date 7/27 9/12 9/13 9/14 Site NYY SEA SEA SEA W-L W L L W Scr. 9-2 3-9 2-3 2-1

2011 Series Scores Seattle won series, 10-9
Date 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/21 4/22 4/23 4/24 7/4 7/5 7/6 Site OAK OAK OAK SEA SEA SEA SEA OAK OAK OAK W-L W W L W W L L W W L Scr. 6-2 5-2 1-7 1-0 4-0 1-9 2-5 2-1 4-2 0-2 Date 8/1 8/2 8/3 9/2 9/3 9/4 9/26 9/27 9/28 Site SEA SEA SEA OAK OAK OAK SEA SEA SEA W-L W W W L L L W L L Scr. 8-4 4-2 7-4 2-9 0-3 5-8 4-2 0-7 0-2

vs. New York
At Kingdome – 62-67 At Safeco – 25-36 At Old Yankee Stadium (thru 2008) – 73-98 At Yankee Stadium – 5-7 Total – 165-208

vs. Oakland
At Kingdome – 64-76 At Safeco – 61-53 At Oakland Coliseum – 92-163 Total – 217-292

Long Streaks vs. New York
HOME WINNING: 7, 8/19/78-7/11/79 HOME LOSING: 7, 8/23/85-8/29/86 ROAD WINNING: 6, 2x, last: 8/18/01-4/29/03 ROAD LOSING: 10, 2x, last: 9/4/07-7/1/09 OVERALL WINNING: 5, 3x, last: 5/29/95-6/10/95 OVERALL LOSING: 8, 2x, last: 9/4/07-5/25/08

Long Streaks vs. Oakland

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HOME WINNING: 7, 3x, last: 5/3/09-10/1/09 HOME LOSING: 6, 2x, last: 4/7/06-8/6/06 ROAD WINNING: 8, 7/6/07-4/17/08 ROAD LOSING: 16, 8/1/90-5/15/93 OVERALL WINNING: 7, 9/26/08-5/1/09 OVERALL LOSING: 15, 4/7/06-8/16/06

TAMPA BAY RAYS
Tropicana Field One Tropicana Drive St. Petersburg, FL 33705 (727) 825-3137
Tropicana Field Capacity ............................ 34,078 Field Dimensions (L-R) ..................... 315-404-322
Principal Owner ................................. Stuart Sternberg President ..............................................Matt Silverman Exec. VP, Baseball Operations ........ Andrew Friedman Senior VP, Baseball Operations..........Gerry Hunsicker Field Manager...........................................Joe Maddon Trainers ......Ron Porterfield, Paul Harker, Mark Vinson VP, Communications ................................Rick Vaughn Director, Communications ......................... Dave Haller Director, Team Travel .................................. Jeff Ziegler

TEXAS RANGERS
Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 1000 Ballpark Way, Suite 400 Arlington, TX 76011 (817) 273-5222
Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Capacity ............48,194 Field Dimensions (L-R) ............................ 332-400-325 Ownership Group ...............Rangers Baseball Express President & CEO ....................................... Nolan Ryan General Manager ....................................... Jon Daniels Field Manager.................................... Ron Washington Trainers .............................Jamie Reed, Kevin Harmon Executive VP, Communications..................John Blake Sr. Director, Baseball Media Relations ......... Rich Rice Director of Travel .....................................Chris Lyngos

Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total:

Seattle vs. Tampa Bay All-Time
Home 2-3 4-2 4-2 5-1 1-2 3-3 0-3 2-1 5-1 2-2 1-3 4-2 0-3 4-3 37-31 Road 4-2 4-2 5-1 2-1 4-2 1-2 2-2 2-1 1-2 2-1 2-1 1-1 2-4 0-3 32-25

Totals 6-5 8-4 9-3 7-2 5-4 4-5 2-5 4-2 6-3 4-3 3-4 5-3 2-7 4-6 69-56

Year 1977-79 1980-89 1990-99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total:

Seattle vs. Texas All-Time
Home 8-13 32-33 34-27 4-2 8-2 7-3 6-4 5-5 3-6 5-4 8-2 4-5 5-4 3-6 3-7 135-123 Road 10-12 33-32 37-27 3-3 7-3 6-4 4-6 2-7 3-7 3-7 3-6 4-6 3-7 4-6 1-8 123-141 Totals 18-25 65-65 71-54 7-5 15-5 13-7 10-10 7-12 6-13 8-11 11-8 8-11 8-11 7-12 4-15 258-264

OPPONENTS

Last Seattle Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 9/28-30/07 9/16-19/96

Last Seattle Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 8/7-9/06 never

at TB 9/18-20/00 never

at TEX 9/24-26/01 4/12-15/02 at TEX 9/23-25/11 7/23-25/07

Last Texas Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 4/30-5/2/10 7/14-17/11

Last Tampa Bay Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 5/4-6/10 never

at TB 8/19-21/11 never

2011 Series Scores Seattle lost series, 4-6
Date 6/2 6/3 6/4 6/5 7/29 Site SEA SEA SEA SEA SEA W-L W W L W L Scr. 8-2 7-0 2-3 9-6 0-8 Date 7/30 7/31 8/19 8/20 8/21 Site SEA SEA TB TB TB W-L W L L L L Scr. 3-2 1-8 2-3 0-8 7-8

2011 Series Scores Seattle lost series, 4-15
Date 4/4 4/5 4/6 5/3 5/4 5/5 7/14 7/15 7/16 7/17 Site TEX TEX TEX SEA SEA SEA TEX TEX TEX TEX W-L L L L W L W L L L L Scr. 4-6 2-3 3-7 4-3 2-5 3-1 0-5 0-4 1-5 1-3 Date 8/8 8/9 8/10 9/16 9/17 9/18 9/23 9/24 9/25 Site SEA SEA SEA SEA SEA SEA TEX TEX TEX W-L L L W W L L L L L Scr. 2-9 6-7 4-3 4-0 6-7 0-3 3-5 3-7 5-12

vs. Tampa Bay
At Kingdome – 4-4 At Safeco – 33-27 At Tropicana Field – 32-25 Total – 69-56

vs. Texas
At Kingdome – 74-73 At Safeco – 61-50 At Arlington Stadium (thru 1993) – 57- 56 Rangers Ballpark in Arlington – 66-85 Total – 258-264

Long Streaks vs. Tampa Bay
HOME WINNING: 6, 6/20/00-9/3/01 HOME LOSING: 6, 8/27/03-6/3/05 ROAD WINNING: 3, 4x, last: 5/29/02-7/12/02 ROAD LOSING: 4, 5/15/10-9/25/10 OVERALL WINNING: 8, 6/20/00-6/3/01 OVERALL LOSING: 5, 8/8/04-5/27/05

Long Streaks vs. Texas

HOME WINNING: 6, 5x, last: 6/2/07-3/31/08 HOME LOSING: 13, 9/19/90-8/8/92 ROAD WINNING: 10, 6/14/94-9/29/95 ROAD LOSING: 8, 9/20/85-6/8/86 OVERALL WINNING: 8, 6/14/94-5/3/95 OVERALL LOSING: 10, 5/27/78-10/1/78

181

TORONTO BLUE JAYS
Rogers Centre 1 Blue Jays Way, Suite 3200 Toronto, Ontario M5V 1J1 (416) 341-1000
Rogers Centre Capacity ............................. 49,160 Field Dimensions (L-R) ..................... 328-400-328
Vice Chairman, Rogers Communications ...... Phil Lind President, Rogers Media ........................... Keith Pelley President & CEO, Toronto Blue Jays ..... Paul Beeston Sr. VP, Baseball Operations & GM .. Alex Anthopoulos Field Manager............................................ John Farrell Trainers ............................George Poulis, Hap Hudson VP, Communications ............................ Jay Stenhouse Manager, Baseball Information ..............Mal Romanin Director, Team Travel .................................. Mike Shaw

NATIONAL LEAGUE ARIZONA D'BACKS
Chase Field 401 E. Jefferson Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 462-6500
Chase Field Capacity ........................................48,635 Field Dimensions (L-R): ........................... 330-407-335 Managing General Partner ..................... Ken Kendrick General Partner .....................................Mike Chipman General Partner ........................................... Jeff Royer Executive VP & General Manager .......... Kevin Towers Field Manager............................................ Kirk Gibson Trainers ................................................. Ken Crenshaw Director, Player & Media Relations......... Casey Wilcox Manager, Player & Media Relations .Patrick O'Connell Sr. Director, Team Travel ............................ Roger Riley

Seattle vs. Toronto All-Time
Year 1977-79 1980-89 1990-99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total: Home 10-6 25-32 23-32 3-1 3-3 2-1 2-2 1-2 2-1 3-3 3-0 2-1 2-1 1-1 3-3 85-89 Road 10-6 20-37 27-22 5-1 3-0 4-2 1-2 1-5 2-5 1-2 1-5 3-3 1-3 1-2 0-3 80-98

Totals 20-12 45-69 50-54 8-2 6-3 6-3 3-4 2-7 4-6 4-5 4-5 5-4 3-4 2-3 3-6 165-187

OPPONENTS

Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2006 2009 Total:

Seattle vs. Arizona All-Time
Home -2-1 -2-1 -3-0 7-2 Road 1-2 -2-1 -3-0 -6-3 Totals 1-2 2-1 2-1 2-1 3-0 3-0 13-5

Last Seattle Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 6/19-21/09 never

at ARI 6/27-29/06 never

Last Seattle Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 6/29-7/1/07 never

at TOR 5/11-13/01 never

Last Arizona Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA never never

at ARI never never

Last Toronto Sweep
3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 7/5-7/91 never

at TOR 7/19-21/11 never

vs. Arizona
At Safeco – 7-2 At Chase Field – 6-3 Total – 13-5

2011 Series Scores Seattle lost series, 3-6
Date 4/11 4/12 4/13 7/19 7/20 Site SEA SEA SEA TOR TOR W-L W W L L L Scr. 8-7 3-2 3-8 5-6 6-11 Date 7/21 8/15 8/16 8/17 Site TOR SEA SEA SEA W-L L W L L Scr. 5-7 6-5 7-10 1-6

VS. THE NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Mariners finished their 15th year of Interleague play with a 9-9 mark in 2011 and are now 145-121 in the 15 seasons of Interleague play. Seattle was 6-6 at home and 3-3 on the road last season. In 15 seasons, the Mariners have compiled a 8155 record at home and a 64-66 road record versus National League foes. Here’s a closer look at 2011 results: vs. Atlanta vs. Florida vs. Philadelphia vs. San Diego vs. Washington 182 0-3 2-1 2-1 5-1 0-3

vs. Toronto
At Kingdome – 56-70 At Safeco – 29-19 At Exhibition Stadium (thru 6/4/89)– 29-41 At Rogers Centre – 51-57 Total – 165-187

Long Streaks vs. Toronto
HOME WINNING: 5, 6/3/79-4/9/80 HOME LOSING: 4, 2x, last: 9/18/91-7/16/92 ROAD WINNING: 7, 8/16/99-9/5/00 ROAD LOSING: 6, 5/10/85-7/24/85 OVERALL WINNING: 8, 8/16/99-4/16/00 OVERALL LOSING: 9, 5/10/85-7/24/85

COLORADO ROCKIES
Coors Field 2001 Blake Street Denver, CO 80205 (303) 292-0200

NATIONAL LEAGUE LOS ANGELES DODGERS
Dodger Stadium 1000 Elysian Park Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90090 (323) 224-1500
Dodger Stadium Capacity .......................... 56,000 Field Dimensions (L-R) ..................... 330-395-330
Owner & Chairman ...............................Frank McCourt Vice Chairman ............................................Jeff Ingram General Manager ........................................ Ned Colleti Field Manager........................................ Don Mattingly Trainers ...Sue Falsone, Nancy Patterson, Greg Harrell Asst. Director, Public Relations .................. Joe Jareck Coordinator, Public Relations.................. Jon Chapper Director Team Travel...............................Scott Akasaki

Coors Field Capacity.................................. 50,398 Field Dimensions (L-R): .................... 347-415-350
Owner/Chairman & CEO ................Richard L. Monfort Owner/General Partner ................. Charles K. Monfort Executive VP, CBO & GM .................Daniel J. O'Dowd Senior VP & Assistant GM ............... William P. Geivett Field Manager............................................... Jim Tracy Trainers ............................. Keith Dugger, Scott Gehret VP, Communications .....................................Jay Alves Manager, Communications ....................... Nick Piburn Director, Team Travel ...................................Paul Egins

Seattle vs. Colorado All-Time
Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2006 2009 Total: Home 2-0 2-1 -2-1 -2-1 1-2 -9-5 Road 0-2 -2-1 -2-1 --0-3 4-7 Totals 2-2 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 1-2 0-3 13-12

Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2006 2009 Total:

Seattle vs. Los Angeles All-Time
Home 2-0 1-2 -2-1 --5-3 Road 1-1 -0-3 -2-1 2-1 2-1 7-7

Totals 3-1 1-2 0-3 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 12-10

OPPONENTS

Last Seattle Sweep
2-Game: 3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA 6/12-13/97 never never

Last Seattle Sweep
2-Game: 3-Game: at SEA 6/14-15/97 never

at COL never never never

at LAD never never

Last Colorado Sweep
2-Game: 3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA never never never

Last Los Angeles Sweep
2-Game: 3-Game: at SEA never never at LAD never 7/9-11/99

at COL 8/28-29/97 6/12-14/09 never

vs. Los Angeles
At Kingdome – 3-2 At Safeco – 2-1 At Dodger Stadium – 7-7 Total – 12-10

vs. Colorado
At Kingdome – 4-1 At Safeco – 5-4 At Coors Field – 4-7 Total – 13-12

MOST CAREER HOME RUNS BY OPPOSING PLAYERS AT SAFECO FIELD
Rafael Palmeiro Eric Chavez Mark Teixeira Garret Anderson Manny Ramirez Alex Rodriguez Vladimir Guerrero David Ortiz Jason Giambi Gary Matthews Jr. Nick Swisher 17 15 15 14 14 13 13 12 11 11 11 183

ALL-TIME SAFECO FIELD HOME RUN LEADERS
Raul Ibañez Bret Boone Richie Sexson Edgar Martinez Ichiro Suzuki Adrian Beltre John Olerud Alex Rodriguez Jose Lopez Mike Cameron Ken Griffey Jr. 66 62 55 54 52 51 42 39 38 30 29

SAN DIEGO PADRES
PETCO Park 100 Park Boulevard San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 795-5000

NATIONAL LEAGUE SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS
AT&T Park 24 Willie Mays Plaza San Francisco, CA 94107 (415) 972-2000
AT&T Park Capacity ..........................................41,888 Field Dimensions (L-R): ........................... 339-399-309 President & Chief Operating Officer ............ Larry Baer Chairman Emeritus ........................ William H. Neukom Senior Vice President & GM................... Brian Sabean VP of Baseball Operations ..................... Bobby Evans Field Manager.......................................... Bruce Bochy Sr. Director, Media Relations ...............Jim Moorehead Manager, Media Relations.................... Matt Chisholm Coordinator, Team Travel....................................... TBA

PETCO Park Capacity ................................ 42,691 Field Dimensions (L-R) ..................... 336-396-322
Chairman .................................................John Moores Vice Chairman/CEO ................................. Jeff Moorad President & Chief Operating Officer .......Tom Garfinkel Exec. VP/General Manager ......................Josh Byrnes Field Manager.............................................. Bud Black Trainers ....................... Todd Hutcheson, Paul Navarro Director, Communications .......................Warren Miller Coordinator, Media Relations ..................... Josh Ishoo Director Team Travel............................. Brian Prilaman

Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total:

Seattle vs. San Diego All-Time
Home 1-1 1-1 1-2 2-1 2-1 1-2 1-2 2-1 3-0 1-2 2-1 2-1 1-2 2-1 22-18 Road 0-2 1-1 1-2 1-2 2-1 1-2 1-2 1-2 2-1 3-0 3-0 2-1 1-2 3-0 22-18

Totals 1-3 2-2 2-4 3-3 4-2 1-2 2-4 1-2 3-3 5-1 4-2 5-1 4-2 2-4 5-1 44-36

OPPONENTS

Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2006 2009 Total:

Seattle vs. San Francisco All-Time
Home 1-1 -1-2 -2-1 3-0 2-1 9-5 Road 0-2 1-2 -2-1 ---3-5

Totals 1-3 1-2 1-2 2-1 2-1 3-0 2-1 12-10

Last Seattle Sweep
2-Game: 3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA never 6/16-18/06 never

at SF never never never

Last San Francisco Sweep
2-Game: 3-Game: 4-Game: at SEA never never never at SF 6/17-18/97 never never

Last Seattle Sweep
2-Game: 3-Game: at SEA never 5/19-21/06

at SD never 5/20-22/11

Last San Diego Sweep
2-Game: 3-Game: at SEA never never at SD 7/2-3/97 never

vs. San Francisco
At Kingdome – 2-3 At Safeco – 7-2 At Candlestick Park – 1-4 At AT&T Park – 2-1 Total – 12-10

2011 Series Scores Seattle won series, 5-1
Date 5/20 5/21 5/22 Site SD SD SD W-L W W W Scr. 4-1 4-0 6-1 Date 7/1 7/2 7/3 Site SEA SEA SEA W-L W L W Scr. 6-0 0-1 3-1

INTERLEAGUE RECORD
The Mariners have recorded 12 consecutive seasons posting at least a .500 record in Interleague play (since 2000), going 124-92 (.574) during that stretch…their 12 straight seasons is the 2nd-longest streak in the Majors: 1. NYY – 14; 2. SEA – 12; 3. BOS – 9...Mariners are 145-121 all-time in Interleague play, the 6th-best winning percentage in Interleague Play (.545). 184

vs. San Diego
At Kingdome – 2-2 At Safeco – 20-16 At Qualcomm Stadium (thru 2003) – 7-12 At PETCO Park – 15-6 Total – 44-36

History

Edgar Martinez is the Mariners all-time leader in games played, runs, doubles and RBI.

MARINERS YEAR-BY-YEAR
YEAR 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981-1st -2nd 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
# AL Wild Card

PLACE Sixth Seventh Sixth Seventh Sixth Fifth Fourth Seventh Fifth Sixth Seventh Fourth Seventh Sixth Fifth Fifth Seventh Fourth Third First Second First Third Third Second# First Third Second Fourth Fourth Fourth Second Fourth Third Fourth Fourth

W 64 56 67 59 21 23 76 60 74 74 67 78 68 73 77 83 64 82 49 79 85 90 76 79 91 116 93 93 63 69 78 88 61 85 61 67

L 98 104 95 103 36 29 86 102 88 88 95 84 93 89 85 79 98 80 63 66 76 72 85 83 71 46 69 69 99 93 84 74 101 77 101 95

PCT .395 .350 .414 .364

1977-2011
GB 38 35 21 38

CLUB KC KC CAL KC OAK KC CAL CHI KC KC CAL MIN OAK OAK OAK MIN OAK CHI TEX CAL TEX ANA TEX TEX OAK OAK OAK OAK ANA LAA OAK LAA LAA LAA TEX TEX

.368 .442 .469 .370 .457 .457 .414 .481 .422 .451 .475 .512 .395 .506 .438 .545 .528 .556 .472 .488 .562 .716 .574 .574 .389 .426 .481 .543 .377 .525 .377 .414

14.5 6.5 17 39 10 17 25 7 35.5 26 26 12 32 12 2 +1 4.5 +6 11.5 16 .5 +14 10 3 29 26 15 6 39 12 29 29

2011

MANAGER Darrell Johnson Darrell Johnson Darrell Johnson Darrell Johnson (39-65) Maury Wills (Aug. 4, 20-38) Maury Wills (6-18) Rene Lachemann (May 6, 15-18) Rene Lachemann Rene Lachemann Rene Lachemann (26-47) Del Crandall (June 25, 34-55) Del Crandall (59-76) Chuck Cottier (Sept. 1, 15-12) Chuck Cottier Chuck Cottier (9-19) Marty Martinez (May 8, 0-1) Dick Williams (May 9, 58-75) Dick Williams Dick Williams (23-33) Jim Snyder (June 6, 45-60) Jim Lefebvre Jim Lefebvre Jim Lefebvre Bill Plummer Lou Piniella Lou Piniella Lou Piniella Lou Piniella Lou Piniella Lou Piniella Lou Piniella Lou Piniella Lou Piniella Lou Piniella Bob Melvin Bob Melvin Mike Hargrove Mike Hargrove Mike Hargrove (45-33) John McLaren (July 2, 43-41) John McLaren (25-47) Jim Riggleman (June 19, 36-54) Don Wakamatsu Don Wakamatsu (42-70) Daren Brown (Aug. 9, 19-31) Eric Wedge

HISTORY

SEATTlE MARINERS lOgOS AND COlORS THROugH THE YEARS

1977-1980 Mariner blue trident forming a capital “M”

1981-1986 Stylized Mariner blue trident, “M” shape bordered in gold on a star background bordered in blue.

1987-1992 “M’s” bordered in gold on a baseball background.

COlORS

1977-1992 Mariner blue, gold and white 1993- Navy blue, metallic silver and Northwest green

1993“Nautical Compass Rose” in metallic silver & Northwest green with baseball middle, surrounded by reversed type “Seattle Mariners” out of navy blue, bordered by Northwest green & metallic silver rings.

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YEAR 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

AVG. .256 .248 .269 .248 .251 .254 .240 .258 .261 .253 .272 .257 .257 .259 .255 .263 .260 .269 .276 .287 .280 .276 .269 .269 *.288 .275 .271 .270 .256 .272 .287 .265 .258 .236 .233 .263

MARINERS 35 SEASON BATTINg TOTAlS
G AB R H 162 5460 624 1398 160 5358 614 1327 162 5544 711 1490 *163 5489 610 1359 110 3780 426 950 162 5626 651 1431 162 5336 558 1280 162 5546 682 1429 162 5521 719 1410 162 5498 718 1392 162 5508 760 1499 161 5436 664 1397 162 5512 694 1417 162 5474 640 1419 162 5494 702 1400 162 5564 679 1466 162 5494 734 1429 112 3883 569 1045 145 4996 796 1377 161 5668 *993 1625 162 5614 *925 1574 161 5628 859 1553 162 5572 859 1499 162 5497 907 1481 162 5680 *927 *1637 162 5569 814 1531 162 5561 795 1509 162 5722 698 1544 162 5507 699 1408 162 5670 756 1540 162 5684 794 1629 162 5643 671 1498 162 5543 640 1430 162 5409 513 1274 162 5421 556 1263 5547 189907 24957 49910 2B 3B 218 33 229 37 250 52 211 35 148 13 259 33 247 31 244 34 277 38 243 41 282 *48 271 27 237 29 251 26 268 29 278 24 272 24 211 18 276 20 *343 19 312 21 321 28 263 21 300 26 310 38 285 31 290 33 276 20 289 34 266 42 284 22 285 20 280 19 227 16 253 22 9256 1004 HR RBI BB 133 589 426 97 571 522 132 676 515 104 564 483 89 406 329 130 614 456 111 536 460 129 635 519 171 686 564 158 681 572 161 717 500 148 617 461 134 653 489 107 610 596 126 665 588 149 638 474 161 681 624 153 549 372 182 767 549 245 *954 670 *264 *890 626 *234 822 558 *244 825 610 198 869 *775 169 *881 614 152 771 629 139 759 586 136 658 492 130 657 466 172 703 404 153 754 389 124 631 417 160 613 421 101 485 459 109 534 435 5305 23661 18050 SO 769 702 725 727 553 806 840 871 *942 *1148 863 787 838 749 811 841 901 652 871 1052 1110 1081 1095 1073 989 1003 989 1058 986 974 861 890 1093 1184 1280 32114 SB-CS 110-67 123-47 126-52 116-62 100-50 131-82 144-80 116-62 94-34 93-76 174-73 95-61 81-55 105-51 97-44 100-55 91-68 48-21 110-41 90-39 89-40 115-39 130-45 122-56 *174-42 137-58 108-37 110-42 102-47 106-37 81-30 90-32 89-33 142-39 125-40 3864-1738

GIDP 114 112 *158 136 70 113 113 100 147 125 132 135 109 140 139 148 132 87 109 121 126 107 114 129 112 123 130 131 115 117 *154 137 124 110 82 4272

LOB SHO 1081 9 1097 15 1145 7 1095 *14 759 9 1079 6 1034 *15 1184 9 1143 8 1104 13 1081 9 1044 14 1113 9 1227 15 1150 10 1120 14 1200 9 784 3 1033 2 1238 3 1148 4 1189 6 1147 9 1247 5 *1257 4 1239 7 1202 10 1241 12 1076 5 1110 15 1128 7 1151 12 1109 10 1116 15 1083 16 39154 330

YEAR W-L ERA G 1977 64-98 4.83 162 1978 56-*104 4.69 160 67-95 4.58 162 1979 1980 59-*103 4.38 *163 1981 44-65 4.23 110 1982 76-86 3.88 162 1983 60-*102 4.12 162 74-88 4.31 162 1984 74-88 4.68 162 1985 1986 67-*95 4.65 162 1987 78-84 4.49 162 68-93 4.15 161 1988 1989 73-89 4.00 162 77-85 3.69 162 1990 1991 83-79 3.79 162 1992 64-*98 4.55 162 82-80 4.20 162 1993 1994 49-63 4.99 112 79-66 4.50 145 1995 1996 85-76 5.21 161 1997 90-72 4.78 162 76-85 4.93 161 1998 1999 79-83 5.24 162 91-71 4.49 162 2000 2001 *116-46 3.54 162 2002 93-69 4.07 162 93-69 3.76 162 2003 2004 63-99 4.76 162 2005 69-93 4.49 162 2006 78-84 4.60 162 2007 88-74 4.73 162 2008 61-101 4.73 162 2009 85-77 *3.87 162 2010 61-101 3.93 162 2011 67-95 3.90 162 Totals 2589-2956 4.39 5547

MARINERS 35 SEASON PITCHINg TOTAlS
CG 18 28 37 31 10 23 25 26 23 33 39 28 15 21 10 21 22 13 9 4 9 17 7 4 8 8 8 7 6 6 6 4 4 11 12 553 SHO SV IP H AB 1 31 1433.0 1508 5551 4 20 1419.0 *1540 5498 7 26 1438.0 1567 5575 7 26 1457.0 *1565 5639 5 23 *997.0 *1039 3830 11 39 *1476.1 1431 5584 9 39 1418.1 1455 5425 4 35 1442.0 1497 5542 6 30 1432.0 1456 5496 5 27 1439.2 *1590 5626 10 33 1430.2 1503 5533 11 28 1428.0 1385 5408 10 44 1438.0 1422 5480 7 41 1443.1 1319 5420 13 48 1464.1 1387 5486 9 30 1445.0 1467 5519 10 41 1453.2 1421 5483 7 21 984.0 1051 3836 8 39 1289.1 1343 5013 4 34 1431.2 1562 5596 8 38 1447.2 1500 5595 7 31 1424.1 1530 5596 6 40 1433.2 1613 5627 10 44 1441.2 1442 5503 *14 56 *1465.0 1293 5490 12 43 1445.1 1422 5540 15 38 1441.0 1340 5427 7 28 1459.1 1498 5650 7 39 1427.7 1483 5529 6 47 1446.2 1500 5611 12 43 1434.1 1578 5606 4 36 1435.1 1544 5587 10 49 1452.2 1359 5496 10 38 1438.0 1402 5506 10 39 1433.0 1369 5455 288 1264 49387.0 50381 189782 AVG R ER .272 *855 *769 .280 *834 *739 .281 820 731 .278 793 709 .264 *521 *469 .256 712 636 .268 740 649 .270 774 690 .265 818 744 .283 835 744 .272 801 713 .256 744 659 .259 728 639 .243 680 592 .253 674 616 .266 *799 730 .259 731 678 .274 616 546 .268 708 644 .279 895 829 .267 833 769 .273 855 781 .287 905 834 .262 780 720 .236 627 576 .257 699 654 .247 637 602 .265 823 772 .268 751 712 .267 792 739 .281 813 754 .276 811 754 .247 692 625 .255 698 628 .251 675 621 .265 26469 24066 HR *194 *155 165 *159 76 173 145 138 154 171 199 144 114 120 136 129 135 109 149 216 192 196 191 167 160 178 173 212 179 183 147 161 172 157 145 5594

HB BB SO WP *61 578 785 51 *41 567 630 31 33 571 736 43 27 540 703 31 16 360 478 40 25 547 1002 57 40 544 910 49 40 *619 972 47 41 *637 868 61 49 585 944 46 28 497 919 47 36 558 981 50 42 560 897 47 41 606 1064 69 47 628 1003 *82 60 *661 894 61 66 605 1083 57 28 486 763 41 47 591 1068 50 60 605 1000 37 66 598 1207 57 60 528 1156 61 71 684 980 63 38 634 998 43 64 465 1051 40 49 441 1063 42 54 466 1001 35 72 575 1036 45 57 496 892 36 53 560 1067 47 62 546 1020 59 53 626 1016 60 43 534 1043 61 40 452 973 73 51 436 1088 68 1661 19386 33291 1776

HISTORY

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MARINERS 35 SEASON FIElDINg TOTAlS
YEAR PCT G PO A E TC DP TP 1977 .976 162 4299 1807 147 6253 162 1 1978 .978 160 4258 1882 141 6281 174 0 1979 .978 162 4314 1879 140 6333 170 0 1980 .977 *163 4372 1929 149 6450 189 1 1981 .979 110 *2992 1285 91 4368 122 1 1982 .978 162 *4429 1773 139 6341 158 0 1983 .978 162 4255 1858 136 6249 159 0 1984 .979 162 4326 1700 128 6154 141 0 1985 .980 162 4296 1836 122 6254 154 0 1986 .975 162 4319 1837 156 *6312 *191 *2 1987 .980 162 4292 1756 122 6170 150 0 1988 .980 161 4284 1612 123 6019 168 0 1989 .977 162 4314 1777 143 6234 168 0 1990 .979 162 4330 1730 130 6190 152 0 1991 .983 162 4393 1783 110 6286 *187 *2 1992 .982 162 4335 1763 112 6210 170 1 1993 *.985 162 4361 1726 *90 6177 173 0 1994 .977 112 2952 1167 95 4214 102 0 Bold denotes club record * denotes league leader PB 13 6 7 13 9 10 16 17 22 17 *4 16 10 18 24 9 13 8 YEAR PCT G PO A 1995 .980 145 3868 1357 1996 .981 161 4295 1540 1997 .979 162 4343 1572 1998 .979 161 4273 1571 1999 .981 162 4301 1689 2000 .984 162 4325 1629 2001 *.986 162 *4395 1534 2002 .985 162 4336 1515 2003 *.989 162 4323 1450 2004 .983 162 4378 1473 2005 *.986 162 4283 1575 2006 .985 162 4340 1630 2007 .985 162 4303 1656 2008 .984 162 4306 1654 2009 .982 162 4358 1525 2010 .981 162 4314 1657 2011 .982 162 4299 1623 Totals .981 5547 148161 57759 E TC DP TP PB 104 5329 108 1 13 110 5945 155 0 8 126 6041 143 0 *3 125 5969 139 0 11 113 6103 182 0 8 99 6053 176 0 8 *83 6012 137 0 6 88 5939 134 0 7 *65 5838 159 0 12 103 5954 140 0 11 *86 5944 144 0 14 88 6058 150 0 16 90 6049 167 0 8 99 6059 160 0 14 105 5988 150 0 16 110 6081 145 1 16 108 6030 152 0 11 3977 209897 5419 10 414

YEAR-BY-YEAR PITCHINg lEADERS
YEAR 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 WINS Abbott, 12-13 Romo, 11-7 Parrott, 14-12 Abbott, 12-12 Bannister, 9-9 Bannister, 12-13 Caudill, 12-9 1983 Young, 11-15 1984 Langston, 17-10 1985 Moore, 17-10 1986 Langston, 12-14 1987 Langston, 19-13 1988 Langston, 15-11 1989 Bankhead, 14-6 1990 Hanson, 18-9 1991 Holman, 13-14 Johnson, 13-10 1992 Fleming, 17-10 1993 Johnson, 19-8 1994 Johnson, 13-6 1995 Johnson, 18-2 1996 Hitchcock, 13-9 1997 Johnson, 20-4 1998 Moyer, 15-9 1999 Garcia, 17-8 2000 Sele, 17-10 2001 Moyer, 20-6 2002 Garcia, 16-10 2003 Moyer, 21-7 2004 Villone, 8-6 2005 Moyer, 13-7 2006 Hernandez, 12-14 2007 Batista, 16-11 2008 Hernandez, 9-11 2009 Hernandez, 19-5* 2010 Hernandez, 13-12 2011 Hernandez, 14-14 * League Leader ERA (162 IP) Montague, 4.29 Mitchell, 4.23 Parrott, 3.77 Bannister, 3.47 Abbott, 3.95 Beattie, 3.34 Young, 3.27 Langston, 3.40 Moore, 3.46 Moore, 4.30 Langston, 3.84 Langston, 3.34 Bankhead, 3.34 Hanson, 3.24 Krueger, 3.60 Fleming, 3.39 Johnson, 3.24 Johnson, 3.19 Johnson, 2.48* Hitchcock, 5.35 Johnson, 2.28 Moyer, 3.53 Moyer, 3.87 Abbott, 4.22 Garcia, 3.05* Pineiro, 3.24 Moyer, 3.27 Franklin, 4.90 Moyer, 4.28 Meche, 4.48 Hernandez, 3.92 Hernandez, 3.45 Hernandez, 2.49 Hernandez, 2.27* Hernandez, 3.47 INNINGS Abbott, 204 Mitchell, 168 Parrott, 229 Bannister, 218 Abbott, 130 Bannister, 247.0 Young, 203.2 Langston, 225.0 Moore, 247.0 Moore, 266.0 Langston, 272.0 Langston, 261.1 Bankhead, 210.1 Hanson, 236.0 Johnson, 201.1 Fleming, 228.1 Johnson, 255.1 Johnson, 172.0 Johnson, 214.1 Hitchcock, 196.2 Fassero, 234.1 Moyer, 234.1 Moyer 228.0 Sele, 211.2 Garcia, 238.2* Moyer, 230.2 Moyer, 215.0 Moyer, 202.0 Moyer, 200.0 Hernandez, 191.0 Washburn, 193.2 Hernandez, 200.2 Hernandez, 238.2 Hernandez, 249.2* Hernandez, 233.2 GAMES Romo, 58 Romo, 56 Rawley, 48 Heaverlo, 60 Rawley, 48 Vande Berg, 78* Vande Berg, 68 Stanton, 54 Vande Berg, 76 Young, 65 Wilkinson, 56 Jackson, 62 Schooler, 67 Jackson, 63 Jackson, 72 Nelson, 66 Nelson, 71 Ayala, 46 Ayala, 63 Jackson, 73 Ayala, Charlton, 71 Timlin, 70 Mesa, 68 Rhodes, 72 Rhodes, 71 Rhodes, 66 Rhodes, 67 Hasegawa, 68 Putz, 64 Putz, Sherrill, 72 Sherrill, 73 Green, 72 Lowe, 75 League, 70 League, 65 STRIKEOUTS Romo, 105 McLaughlin, 87 Parrott, 127 Bannister, 155 Bannister, 85 Bannister, 209* Beattie, 132 Langston, 204* Moore, 155 Langston, 245* Langston, 262* Langston, 235 Bankhead,140 Hanson, 211 Johnson, 228 Johnson, 241* Johnson, 308* Johnson, 204* Johnson, 294* Hitchcock, 132 Johnson, 291 Johnson, 213 Garcia, 170 Sele, 137 Garcia, 163 Garcia, 181 Pineiro, 151 Moyer, 125 Pineiro, 107 Hernandez, 176 Hernandez, 165 Hernandez, 175 Hernandez, 217 Hernandez, 232 Hernandez, 222 SAVES Romo, 16 Romo, 10 McLaughlin, 14 Rawley, 13 Rawley, 8 Caudill, 26 Caudill, 26 Stanton, 8 Nunez, 16 Young, 13 Nunez, 12 Schooler, 15 Schooler, 33 Schooler, 30 Swift, 17 Schooler, 13 Charlton, 18 Ayala, 18 Ayala, 19 Charlton, 20 Charlton, 14 Timlin, 19 Mesa, 33 Sasaki, 37 Sasaki, 45 Sasaki, 37 Hasegawa, 16 Guardado, 18 Guardado, 36 Putz, 36 Putz, 40 Putz, 15 Aardsma, 38 Aardsma, 31 League, 37

HISTORY

gAME: 4/6/77 vs. California, Kingdome, 7-0 loss BATTER: Dave Collins, 4/6/77 HIT: Jose Baez, 4/6/77 RuN: Dave Collins, 4/8/77 WIN: 7-6 vs. California, 4/8/77, in the Kingdome WINNINg PITCHER: Bill Laxton, 4/8/77 SAVE: John Montague, 4/8/77

MARINERS FIRSTS . . .

RBI: Dan Meyer, 4/8/77 gAME-WINNINg HIT: Larry Milbourne, 4/8/77 HOME RuN: Juan Bernhardt, 4/10/77, off Frank Tanana (Cal.), Kingdome .500 MONTH: August, 1978, 13-13 WINNINg SEASON: 1991, 83-79 DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: 1995, 79-66

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YEAR-BY-YEAR BATTINg lEADERS
YEAR 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 YEAR 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 BATTING AVG. (502 PA) Stanton, .275 Roberts, .301 Bochte, .316 Bochte, .300 Paciorek, .326 Bochte, .297 D. Henderson, Putnam, .269 Perconte, .294 P. Bradley, .300 P. Bradley, .310 P. Bradley, .297 Davis, .295 Davis, .305 E. Martinez, .302 Griffey Jr., .327 E. Martinez, .343* Griffey Jr., .309 Griffey Jr., .323 E. Martinez, .356* Rodriguez, .358* E. Martinez, .330 E. Martinez, .322 E. Martinez, .337 E. Martinez, .324 Ichiro, .350* Ichiro, .321 Ichiro, .312 Ichiro, .372* Ichiro, .303 Ichiro, .322 Ichiro, .351 Ichiro, .310 Ichiro, .352 Ichiro, .315 Ichiro, .272 TRIPLES R. Jones, 8 Reynolds, Roberts, 7 R. Jones, 9 Meyer, Milbourne, 6 J. Cruz, Simpson, 3 Cowens, 8 D. Henderson, 5 Owen, 8 P. Bradley, 8 Owen, Tartabull, 6 P. Bradley, 10 Reynolds, 11 Reynolds, 9 Griffey Jr., 7 Reynolds, 6 Griffey Jr., Vizquel, 4 Felder, 5 Buhner, Griffey Jr., 4 T. Martinez, Wilson, 3 Cora, 6 Cora, 4 Cora, 6 Hunter, 6 Javier, 5 McLemore, 9 Ichiro, 8 Ichiro, 8 Winn, 6 Ichiro, 12 Ichiro, 9 Ichiro, 7 Ichiro, 7 Ichiro, 4 Ichiro, Gutierrez, 3 Ackley, 7 HOME RUNS Stanton, 27 Roberts, 22 Horton, 29 Paciorek, 15 Zisk, 16 Zisk, 21 Putnam, 19 Davis, 27 G. Thomas, 32 Presley, 27 Davis, 29 Balboni, 21 Leonard, 24 Griffey Jr., 22 Buhner, 27 Griffey Jr., 27 Griffey Jr., 45 Griffey Jr., 40* Buhner, 40 Griffey Jr., 49 Griffey Jr., 56* Griffey Jr., 56* Griffey Jr., 48* Rodriguez, 41 Boone, 37 Cameron, 25 Boone, 35 Boone, 24 Sexson, 39 Sexson, 34 Beltre, 26 Beltre, 25 Branyan, 31 Branyan, 15 Olivo, 19 RUNS R. Jones, 85 Roberts, 78 R. Jones,109 J. Cruz, 66 J. Cruz, 57 J. Cruz, 83 Putnam, 58 Perconte, 93 P. Bradley, 100 P. Bradley, 88 P. Bradley, 101 Brantley, 76 Reynolds, 87 Reynolds, 100 E. Martinez, 98 E. Martinez, 100 Griffey Jr., 113 Griffey Jr., 94 E. Martinez, 121* Rodriguez, 141* Griffey Jr., 125* Rodriguez, 123 Griffey Jr., 123 Rodriguez, 134 Ichiro, 127 Ichiro, 111 Boone, Ichiro, 111 Ichiro, 101 Ichiro, 111 Ichiro, 110 Ichiro, 111 Ichiro, 103 Ichiro, 88 Ichiro, 74 Ichiro, 80 RBI Meyer, Stanton, 90 Roberts, 92 Horton, 106 Bochte, 78 Paciorek, 66 Cowens, 78 Putnam, 67 Davis, 116 P. Bradley, 88 Presley, 107 Davis, 100 Davis, 69 Davis, 95 Griffey Jr., 80 Griffey Jr., 100 Griffey Jr., 103 Griffey Jr., 109 Griffey Jr., 90 Buhner, 121 Griffey Jr., 140 Griffey Jr., 147* Griffey Jr., 146 Griffey Jr., 134 E. Martinez, 145* Boone, 141* Boone, 107 Boone, 117 Boone, 83 Sexson, 121 Ibañez, 123 Ibañez, 105 Ibañez, 110 Lopez, 96 Gutierrez, 64 Olivo, 62 WALKS Braun, 80 J. Cruz, 69 R. Jones, 85 Bochte, 72 Bochte, 47 Bochte, 67 S. Henderson, 44 Davis, 97 Davis, 90 Phelps, 88 P. Bradley, 88 Davis, 95 Davis, 101 Davis, 85 E. Martinez, 84 Buhner, 71 Buhner, 100 Buhner, 66 E. Martinez, 116 E. Martinez, 123 Buhner, E. Martinez, 119 E. Martinez, 106 E. Martinez, 97 Olerud, 102 Olerud, 94 Olerud, 98 Olerud, 84 E. Martinez, 58 Sexson, 89 Ibañez, 65 Vidro, 63 Ibañez, 64 Griffey Jr., 63 Figgins, 74 Smoak, 55 HITS Meyer, 159 Reynolds, 160 Horton, 180 Bochte, 156 Paciorek, 132 Bochte, Cowens, 151 D. Henderson, 136 Perconte, 180 P. Bradley, 192 P. Bradley, Presley, 163 P. Bradley, 179 Reynolds, 169 Reynolds, 184 Griffey Jr., 179 Griffey Jr., 179 E. Martinez, 181 Griffey Jr., 180 Griffey Jr., 140 E. Martinez, 182 Rodriguez, 215 Griffey Jr., 185 Rodriguez, 213* Griffey Jr., 173 E. Martinez, 180 Ichiro, 242* Ichiro, 208 Ichiro, 212 Ichiro, 262* Ichiro, 206 Ichiro, 222* Ichiro, 238* Ichiro, 213* Ichiro, 225* Ichiro, 214* Ichiro, 184 STOLEN BASES Collins, 25 J. Cruz, 59 J. Cruz, 49 J. Cruz, 45 J. Cruz, 43 J. Cruz, 46 J. Cruz, 33 Perconte, 29 Perconte, 31 Reynolds, 30 Reynolds, 60* Reynolds, 35 Reynolds, 25 Reynolds, 31 Reynolds, 28 Cotto, 23 Amaral, 19 Griffey Jr., 11 Amaral, 21 Amaral, 25 Rodriguez, 29 Rodriguez, 46 Hunter, 44* R. Henderson, 31 Ichiro, 56* Cameron, Ichiro, 31 Ichiro, 34 Ichiro, 36 Ichiro, 33 Ichiro, 45 Ichiro, 37 Ichiro, 43 Ichiro, 26 Ichiro, Figgins, 42 Ichiro, 40 DOUBLES R. Jones, Stein, 26 Bochte, 25 Bochte, 38 Bochte, 34 Paciorek, 28 Cowens, 39 S. Henderson, 32 Cowens, Davis, 34 P. Bradley, Davis, Presley, 33 Presley, 33 P. Bradley, 38 Quinones, 30 Davis, 30 Reynolds, 36 Griffey Jr., 42 E. Martinez, 46 Griffey Jr., 38 Griffey Jr., 24 E. Martinez, 52* Rodriguez, 54* Cora, Rodriguez, 40 E. Martinez, 46 E. Martinez, 35 Olerud, 45 E. Martinez, 40 Olerud, 39 Winn, 37 Winn, 34 Beltre, Sexson, 36 Sexson, 40 Beltre, 41 Ibañez, 43 Lopez, 42 Ichiro, 30 Smoak, 24

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MARINERS RECORD MONTH-BY-MONTH (1977-2011)
Year 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals March/April 8-16 8-18 8-15 11-10 5-14 11-12 8-16 12-11 9-12 7-14 12-11 10-14 11-15 8-12 10-11 10-11 11-11 10-13 3-1 16-10 16-11 12-15 11-12 13-10 20-5 18-8 17-10 8-15 12-12 11-15 10-10 13-15 13-9 11-12 13-15 386-421 May 13-14 9-15 10-18 12-14 12-16 14-14 12-14 11-16 11-14 11-17 14-12 12-15 14-13 15-14 15-12 11-17 14-15 11-16 16-12 12-14 11-16 14-14 15-12 13-14 20-7 16-11 19-8 11-16 9-18 12-17 16-14 8-20 11-18 8-19 15-11 447-507 June 13-15 10-18 16-12 9-18 4-6 15-10 8-20 14-15 16-11 14-15 13-14 8-19 12-14 16-12 14-13 10-18 13-14 12-15 11-17 14-12 20-7 8-20 13-14 19-8 18-9 17-11 17-10 12-14 12-14 18-8 18-9 10-16 15-10 14-13 11-16 464-467 July 12-16 9-18 11-18 7-19 — 12-14 12-14 12-16 12-16 13-12 10-16 10-16 13-12 15-12 15-12 11-17 13-13 7-18 13-14 16-12 13-13 14-11 11-15 16-12 18-9 15-12 13-14 8-19 12-15 11-13 14-14 10-16 14-13 6-22 6-20 404-503 Aug. 6-22 13-13 12-16 8-21 8-13 10-19 11-18 10-18 11-17 13-16 12-17 14-16 9-20 10-18 13-15 13-14 14-13 9-1 16-13 12-17 15-15 14-14 16-13 11-17 20-9 13-15 14-15 12-16 11-17 11-17 15-13 12-16 15-14 13-14 13-15 429-537 Sept. 10-14 7-21 10-16 12-16 13-15 14-14 9-18 15-12 14-13 9-17 13-14 13-12 13-15 12-15 12-15 6-20 15-13 — 19-8 15-11 15-10 14-11 12-15 18-10 15-6 14-12 13-12 12-19 13-15 14-14 15-14 8-18 14-12 9-18 9-18 425-481 Oct. 2-1 0-1 — 0-5 2-1 0-3 0-2 — 1-5 0-4 4-0 1-1 1-0 1-2 4-1 3-1 2-1 — 1-1 — — — 1-2 1-0 5-1 — — 1-2 0-2 1-0 — — 3-1 0-3 — 34-40 Total 64-98 56-104 67-95 59-103 44-65 76-86 60-102 74-88 74-88 67-95 78-84 68-93 73-89 77-85 83-79 64-98 82-80 49-63 79-66 85-76 90-72 76-85 79-83 91-71 116-46 93-69 93-69 63-99 69-93 78-84 88-74 61-101 85-77 61-101 67-95 2589-2956

HISTORY

THE lAST TIME IT HAPPENED
NO-HITTER: Chris Bosio, April 22, 1993 vs. Bos. (7-0) ONE-HITTER (Individual): Jarrod Washburn, July 6, 2009 vs. BAL. (5-0) ONE-HITTER (Team): Michael Pineda (6.1 IP, 1 H) & Jeff Gray (1.2 IP, 0 H), Brandon League (1.0 IP, 0 H) July 30, 2011 vs. TB. (3-2) TWO-HITTER (Individual): Felix HERNANDEZ, Sept. 23, 2010 at TOR (0-1) TWO-HITTER (Team): Felix Hernandez (8.0 IP, 2 H), Brandon League (1.0 IP, 0 H), June 24, 2011 at. Fla. (5-1) THREE CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS (Individual): Randy Johnson, 1994, May 25 at Oak. (1-0), May 30 at Min. (12-0) & June 4 vs. Tor. (2-0) CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS (Team): April 21-22, 2011 vs. OAK. (1-0), OAK (4-0) BACK-TO-BACK HOME RUNS: Casper Wells & Miguel Olivo, Aug. 16, 2011 vs. TOR. (2nd inning off B. Mills) BACK-TO-BACK-TO-BACK HOME RUNS: Miguel Olivo, Jose Lopez & Hiram Bocachica, Aug. 27, 2004 vs. KC (5th inning off Greinke) GRAND SLAM HOME RUN: Mike Carp, Sept. 19, 2011 at CLE (3rd inning off C. Durbin) INSIDE-THE-PARK HOME RUN (Home): Adrian Beltre, July 23, 2006 vs. Bos. (8th inning off Timlin) INSIDE-THE-PARK HOME RUN (Road): Willie Bloomquist, June 15, 2007 at Hou (6th inning off Rodriguez) LEAD-OFF HOME RUN (Home): Ichiro Suzuki, Sept. 8, 2011 vs. KC (off L. Hochevar) LEAD-OFF HOME RUN (Road): Ichiro Suzuki, Aug. 22, 2011 at CLE (off F. Carmona) PINCH-HIT HOME RUN: Miguel Olivo, June 4 vs. TB (8th inning off J. Peralta) THREE HOME RUNS (Game): Jose Lopez, Sept. 22, 2010 at Tor. (1 off K. Drabek, 1 off B. Tallet, 1 off S. Camp) FOUR HOME RUNS (Game): Mike Cameron, May 2, 2002 at Chi. (1 off Rauch, 3 off Parque) PINCH HIT GRAND SLAM: Ben Broussard, April 21, 2007 at LAA (8th inning off Shields) SIX HITS (Game): Raul ibañez, September 22, 2004 at Ana. BASES LOADED TRIPLE: Dustin Ackley, Aug. 1, 2011 vs. OAK. STEAL OF HOME: Chone Figgins, July 28, 2010 at CWS (1st inning) HITTING FOR THE CYCLE: Adrian Beltre, Sept. 1, 2008 at TEX TWO HITS, SAME INNING: Mike Carp, Sept. 19, 2011 at CLE (3rd inning)

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at on vs. Year Home Road AL East 1977 29-52 35-46 24-48 1978 32-49 24-55 25-45 1979 36-45 31-50 33-51 1980 36-45 23-58 29-55 1981 20-37 24-28 18-33 1982 42-39 34-47 36-48 1983 30-51 30-51 33-51 42-39 32-49 37-47 1984 1985 42-41 32-47 38-46 1986 41-41 26-54 35-49 1987 40-41 38-43 40-44 1988 37-44 31-49 37-47 40-41 33-48 41-43 1989 1990 38-43 39-42 40-44 1991 45-36 38-43 48-36 1992 38-43 26-55 33-51 1993 46-35 36-45 44-40 1994 22-22 27-41 18-31 1995 46-27 33-39 29-26 1996 43-38 42-38 31-30 1997 45-36 45-36 30-25 1998 42-39 34-46 22-33 1999 43-38^ 36-45 24-27 2000 47-34 44-37 35-17 2001 57-24 59-22 33-12 2002 48-33 45-36 25-20 2003 50-31 43-38 18-23 38-44 25-55 13-30 2004 2005 39-42 30-51 17-25 2006 44-37 34-47 25-19 2007 49-33 39-41 25-19 2008 35-46 26-55 15-29 48-33 37-44 21-19 2009 2010 35-46 26-55 17-26 39-45 28-50 17-26 2011 Totals 1404-1370 1185-1586 1006-1215 Bold = .500 or better record ^ 23-19 in Safeco

MARINERS WON-lOST BREAKDOWN (1977-2011)
vs. AL Cent. — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 12-25 28-23 31-30 32-23 32-22 31-25 26-28 31-10 23-18 32-13 19-24 21-26 20-23 23-20 15-28 22-25 18-26 20-24 436-413 vs. AL West 40-50 31-59 34-44 30-48 26-32 40-38 27-51 37-41 36-42 32-46 38-40 31-46 32-46 37-41 35-43 31-47 38-40 19-7 22-17 23-16 21-15 15-21 17-20 19-19 40-18 34-24 33-25 22-36 21-34 19-38 31-26 22-35 31-26 17-40 21-36 1002-1207 vs. NL — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 7-9 7-9 7-11 11-7 12-6 11-7 10-8 9-9 10-8 14-4 9-9 9-9 11-7 9-9 9-9 145-121 Before ASB 41-54 30-58 40-54 35-45 21-36 45-41 30-51 40-48 42-45 39-51 45-43 34-53 42-44 43-41 40-42 36-53 44-44 37-50 34-35 46-39 49-38 37-51 42-45 51-35 63-24 55-33 58-35 32-54 39-48 43-46 49-36 37-58 46-42 35-53 43-48 1443-1573

After ASB Total 23-44 64-98 26-46 56-104 27-41 67-95 24-58 59-103 23-29 44-65 31-45 76-86 30-51 60-102 34-40 74-88 32-43 74-88 28-44 67-95 33-41 78-84 34-40 68-93 31-45 73-89 34-44 77-85 43-37 83-79 28-45 64-98 38-36 82-80 12-13 49-63 45-31 79-66 39-37 85-76 41-34 90-72 39-34 76-85 37-38 79-83 40-36 91-71 53-22 116-46 38-36 93-69 35-34 93-69 31-45 63-99 30-45 69-93 35-38 78-84 39-38 88-74 24-43 61-101 39-35 85-77 26-48 61-101 24-47 67-95 1146-1383 2589-2956

HISTORY

THE lAST TIME IT HAPPENED
OPPONENTS
NO-HITTER: Dwight Gooden, May 14, 1996 at NYY (2-0 win) ONE-HITTER (Individual): Zack Greinke, Aug. 30, 2009 vs. KC (3-0 win) ONE-HITTER (Team): Jerome Williams (8.0 IP, 1 H), Jordan Walden (1.0 IP, 0 H), Sept. 7, 2011 at LAA. (3-1 win) TWO-HITTER (Individual): Justin Duchscherer (9.0 IP), July 8, 2008 at OAK (2-0 win) TWO-HITTER (Team): Gio Gonzalez (8.0 IP, 2 H), Andrew Baily (1.0 IP, 0 H), Sept. 28, 2011 vs. OAK (2-0 win) CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS (Team): Sept. 27 vs. OAK (7-0), Sept. 28, 2011 vs. OAK (2-0) BACK-TO-BACK HR: Asdrubal Cabrera & Carlos Santana, Sept. 19, 2011 at CLE (1st inning off Charlie Furbush) BACK-TO-BACK-TO BACK HR: Laynce Nix, Rod Barajas & Adrian Gonzalez, April 25, 2004 (6th inning off Kevin Jarvis) GRAND SLAM HOME RUN: Yorvit Torrealba, Sept. 25, 2011 at TEX (7th inning off Chance Ruffin) INSIDE-THE-PARK HOME RUN (Home): Tom Goodwin, July 19, 1997 vs. K.C. (8th inning off Wolcott) INSIDE-THE-PARK HOME RUN (Road): Tony Gwynn Jr., June 13, 2010 at SD (3rd inning off Felix Hernandez) PINCH-HIT HOME RUN: Alex Gordon, Aug. 8, 2010 vs. KC (9th inning off David Aardsma) PINCH-HIT GRAND SLAM HOME RUN: Never THREE HOME RUNS (Game): Andre Ethier, June 26, 2009 at LAD (J. Vargas, R. Corcoran, M. Batista) FIVE HITS (Game): Paul Konerko, May 8, 2011 vs. CWS (10 innings) STEAL OF HOME: Ryan Raburn, Aug. 18, 2009 at DET (8th inning, double steal with M. Cabrera, 2nd) HITTING FOR THE CYCLE: Miguel Tejada, Sept. 29, 2001 vs. Oak.

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MARINERS BATTINg All-TIME TOP 10 (1977-2011)
GAMES E. Martinez ..................... 2,055 ICHIRO ........................... 1,749 Griffey Jr. ........................ 1,685 Buhner............................ 1,440 Wilson ............................ 1,251 A. Davis .......................... 1,166 Reynolds......................... 1,155 Ibanez................................ 986 Lopez ................................ 873 Valle .................................. 846 HITS ICHIRO ............................ 2,428 E. Martinez ..................... 2,247 Griffey Jr. ....................... 1,843 Buhner............................ 1,255 A. Davis .......................... 1,163 Wilson ............................ 1,071 Reynolds......................... 1,063 Ibañez................................ 967 A. Rodriguez ...................... 966 Lopez ................................ 897 HOME RUNS Griffey Jr. .......................... E. Martinez ........................ Buhner............................... Rodriguez .......................... A. Davis ............................. Boone ................................ Ibañez................................ Presley .............................. Phelps ............................... Sexson .............................. EXTRA-BASE HITS E. Martinez ........................ Griffey Jr. .......................... Buhner.............................. ICHIRO .............................. A. Rodriguez ...................... A. Davis ............................. Ibañez................................ Boone ................................ Wilson ............................... Beltre................................. BATTING AVERAGE (min. 300 games) ICHIRO ............................. E. Martinez ....................... A. Rodriguez ..................... Bradley ............................ Paciorek ........................... Cora ................................. Griffey Jr. ......................... Bochte .............................. Winn ................................. Zisk .................................. 417 309 307 189 160 143 127 115 105 105 838 788 557 449 396 382 341 326 308 283 AT-BATS ICHIRO ........................... E. Martinez ..................... Griffey Jr. ....................... Buhner............................ A. Davis .......................... Reynolds......................... Wilson ............................ Ibañez............................. Lopez ............................. A. Rodriguez ................... 7,456 7,213 6,317 4,922 4,136 4,090 4,085 3,407 3,374 3,126 514 341 280 231 212 207 200 196 194 189 RUNS E. Martinez ..................... 1,219 ICHIRO ........................... 1,127 Griffey Jr. ....................... 1,113 Buhner............................... 790 A. Rodriguez ...................... 627 A. Davis ............................. 563 Reynolds............................ 543 Ibanez................................ 486 Boone ................................ 467 Wilson ............................... 433 TRIPLES ICHIRO ................................ Reynolds.............................. Griffey Jr. ............................ P. Bradley............................. Owen ................................... Rup. Jones .......................... Cameron.............................. Meyer .................................. Buhner................................. Cora/Ibanez ......................... TOTAL BASES E. Martinez ..................... Griffey Jr. ....................... ICHIRO ........................... Buhner............................ A. Davis .......................... A. Rodriguez ................... Ibanez............................. Wilson ............................ Boone ............................. Reynolds......................... 74 48 30 26 23 20 19 19 19 18

DOUBLES E. Martinez ........................ Griffey Jr. .......................... ICHIRO .............................. Buhner............................... A. Davis ............................. Wilson ............................... Reynolds............................ Ibañez................................ A. Rodriguez ...................... Lopez ................................

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RBI E. Martinez ..................... 1,261 Griffey Jr. ....................... 1,216 Buhner............................... 951 A. Davis ............................. 667 ICHIRO .............................. 605 A. Rodriguez ...................... 595 Ibañez................................ 547 Boone ................................ 535 Wilson ............................... 508 Lopez ................................ 431 WALKS E. Martinez ..................... 1,283 Griffey Jr. .......................... 819 Buhner............................... 788 A. Davis ............................. 672 ICHIRO .............................. 496 Olerud ............................... 418 Reynolds............................ 391 J. Cruz ............................... 330 Ibañez................................ 325 Phelps ............................... 317 SLUGGING PCT. (min. 300 games) A. Rodriguez ..................... Griffey Jr. ......................... Phelps .............................. E. Martinez ....................... Buhner.............................. Boone ............................... Sexson ............................. T. Martinez ........................ Ibanez............................... Zisk ................................. 192

3,718 3,495 3,141 2,445 1,875 1,753 1,580 1,568 1,491 1,410

STRIKEOUTS Buhner............................ 1,375 E. Martinez ..................... 1,202 Griffey Jr. ........................ 1081 ICHIRO .............................. 752 Wilson ............................... 739 Presley .............................. 713 A. Rodriguez ...................... 616 Boone ................................ 610 Cameron ........................... 601 Ibanez................................ 579 STOLEN BASES ICHIRO .............................. 423 J. Cruz ............................... 290 Reynolds............................ 228 Griffey Jr. .......................... 167 A. Rodriguez ...................... 133 P. Bradley........................... 107 Cameron............................ 106 Cotto.................................. 102 Amaral................................. 97 McLemore ........................... 92

.326 .312 .309 .301 .296 .293 .292 .290 .287 .286

.561 .553 .521 .515 .497 .478 .474 .466 .464 .463

MARINERS PITCHINg All-TIME TOP 10 (1977-2011)
WINS Moyer ................................ 145 Johnson............................. 130 HERNANDEZ ....................... 85 Garcia .................................. 76 Langston ............................. 74 Moore .................................. 66 Pineiro ................................. 58 Hanson ................................ 56 Meche ................................. 55 Young .................................. 45 GAMES Nelson ............................... Jackson ............................ Moyer ................................ Rhodes .............................. Putz ................................... Ayala ................................. Swift .................................. Johnson............................. Vande Berg ........................ Charlton............................. 432 335 324 312 308 292 282 274 272 249 LOSSES Moore .................................. Moyer .................................. Johnson............................... Beattie ................................. HERNANDEZ ....................... Langston ............................. Young .................................. G. Abbott.............................. Pineiro ................................. Hanson ................................ STARTS Moyer ................................ Johnson............................. Moore ................................ HERNANDEZ ..................... Langston ........................... Garcia ................................ Pineiro ............................... Beattie ............................... Abbott................................ Hanson .............................. Meche ............................... 96 87 74 72 67 67 66 62 55 54 ERA (min. 300 IP) Putz .................................. HERNANDEZ .................... Nelson .............................. Jackson ............................ Johnson............................ Reed ................................. B. Clark............................. Mateo ............................... Hanson ............................. Bn. Holman ....................... 3.07 3.24 3.26 3.38 3.42 3.49 3.66 3.68 3.69 3.73 56 51 41 30 28 24 21 21 20 19

SHUTOUTS Johnson............................... 19 Langston ............................... 9 Moore .................................... 9 Bannister ............................... 7 Beattie ................................... 6 Moyer .................................... 6 Fleming ................................. 5 Bn. Holman ............................ 5 Young .................................... 5 HERNANDEZ ......................... 4 Garcia .................................... 4 Sele ....................................... 4 WALKS Johnson............................. Langston ........................... Moore ................................ Moyer ................................ HERNANDEZ ..................... Garcia ................................ Beattie ............................... Young ................................ Meche ............................... Pineiro ............................... 884 575 535 524 424 389 369 365 363 327

323 266 217 205 173 169 148 147 146 143 143

COMPLETE GAMES Moore .................................. Johnson............................... Langston ............................. Beattie ................................. G. Abbott.............................. Bannister ............................. Hanson ................................ Honeycutt ............................ Moyer .................................. Young ..................................

SAVES Sasaki ............................... 129 Putz ................................... 101 Schooler .............................. 98 Aardsma .............................. 69 Charlton............................... 67 Guardado ............................. 59 Ayala ................................... 56 Caudill ................................. 52 LEAGUE ................................ 43 Rawley ................................ 36 STRIKEOUTS Johnson.......................... 2,162 HERNANDEZ .................. 1,264 Moyer ............................. 1,239 Langston ........................ 1,078 Moore ................................ 937 Garcia ................................ 819 Hanson .............................. 740 Pineiro ............................... 658 Young ................................ 597 Meche ............................... 575

INNINGS Moyer .......................... 2,093.0 Johnson....................... 1,838.1 Moore .......................... 1,457.0 HERNANDEZ ............... 1,388.1 Langston ..................... 1,197.2 Garcia .......................... 1,096.1 Pineiro ............................ 996.0 Hanson ........................... 967.1 Beattie ............................ 944.2 G. Abbott......................... 904.0 WINNING PCT. (min. 50 decisions) P. Abbott ............ .679 (36-17) Johnson............. .637 (130-74) Moyer ................ .625 (145-87) Garcia ................ .603 (76-50) Sele ................... .585 (38-27) Halama .............. .569 (41-31) HERNANDEZ ..... .559 (85-67) Meche ............... .556 (55-44) Fleming ............. .551 (38-31) Langston ........... .525 (74-67)

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MARINER ROOKIES WITH 10 WINS IN A SEASON
PlAYER Mark Langston Dave Fleming Freddy Garcia Rich DeLucia Matt Young John Halama YEAR 1984 1992 1999 1991 1983 1999 193 RECORD 17-10 17-10 17-8 12-13 11-15 11-10

MVP Award (BBWAA) 1997 — Ken Griffey Jr. 2001 — Ichiro Suzuki Cy Young Award (BBWAA) 1995 — Randy Johnson 2010 — Felix Hernandez AL Manager of the Year (BBWAA) 1995 — Lou Piniella 2001 — Lou Piniella Rookie of the Year (BBWAA) 1984 — Alvin Davis 2000 — Kazuhiro Sasaki 2001 — Ichiro Suzuki ML Player of the Year (AP) 1996 — Alex Rodriguez ML Manager of the Year (AP) 1995 — Lou Piniella Edgar Martinez Award DH of the Year (AL) 1979 — Willie Horton 1995 — Edgar Martinez 1997 — Edgar Martinez 1998 — Edgar Martinez 2000 — Edgar Martinez 2001 — Edgar Martinez All-Star Game Selections 1977 — Ruppert Jones, OF 1978 — Craig Reynolds, SS 1979 — Bruce Bochte, 1B 1980 — Rick Honeycutt, LHP 1981 — Tom Paciorek, OF 1982 — Floyd Bannister, LHP 1983 — Matt Young, LHP 1984 — Alvin Davis, 1B 1985 — Phil Bradley, OF 1986 — Jim Presley, 3B 1987 — Mark Langston, LHP Harold Reynolds, 2B 1988 — Harold Reynolds, 2B 1989 — Jeffrey Leonard, OF 1990 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF Randy Johnson, LHP 1991 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF 1992 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF (MVP) Edgar Martinez, 3B 1993 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF Randy Johnson, LHP 1994 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF Randy Johnson, LHP 1995 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF Randy Johnson, LHP Edgar Martinez, DH Tino Martinez, 1B 1996 — Jay Buhner, OF Ken Griffey Jr., OF Edgar Martinez, DH Alex Rodriguez, SS Dan Wilson, C 1997 — Joey Cora, 2B Ken Griffey Jr., OF Randy Johnson, LHP Edgar Martinez, DH Alex Rodriguez, SS 1998 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF Alex Rodriguez, SS 1999 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF 2000 — Edgar Martinez, DH Alex Rodriguez, SS Aaron Sele, RHP Lou Piniella, coach

MARINERS AWARD WINNERS
2001 — Bret Boone, 2B Mike Cameron, OF John Olerud, 1B Edgar Martinez, DH Ichiro Suzuki, OF Freddy Garcia, RHP Jeff Nelson, RHP Kazuhiro Sasaki, RHP Lou Piniella, coach 2002 — Ichiro Suzuki, OF Freddy Garcia, RHP Kazuhiro Sasaki, RHP 2003 — Ichiro Suzuki, OF Edgar Martinez, DH Jamie Moyer, LHP Shigetoshi Hasegawa,RHP Bret Boone, 2B 2004 — Ichiro Suzuki, OF 2005 — Ichiro Suzuki, OF 2006 — Jose Lopez, 2B Ichiro Suzuki, OF 2007 — J.J. Putz, RHP Ichiro Suzuki, OF 2008 — Ichiro Suzuki, OF 2009 — Ichiro Suzuki, OF Felix Hernandez, RHP 2010 — Ichiro Suzuki, OF 2011 — Felix Hernandez, RHP Michael Pineda, RHP Brandon League, RHP Mariner MVP - Seattle Chapter BBWAA 1977 — Lee Stanton 1978 — Leon Roberts 1979 — Willie Horton 1980 — Bruce Bochte 1981 — Tom Paciorek 1982 — Bill Caudill 1983 — Pat Putnam 1984* — Alvin Davis Mark Langston 1985 — Phil Bradley Mike Moore 1986 — Jim Presley Mark Langston 1987 — Harold Reynolds Mark Langston 1988 — Alvin Davis Mark Langston 1989 — Alvin Davis Scott Bankhead 1990 — Ken Griffey Jr. Erik Hanson 1991 — Ken Griffey Jr. Bill Swift 1992 — Edgar Martinez Dave Fleming 1993 — Ken Griffey Jr. Randy Johnson 1994 — No awards presented 1995 — Edgar Martinez Randy Johnson 1996 — Alex Rodriguez Bob Wells 1997 — Ken Griffey Jr. Randy Johnson 1998 — Ken Griffey Jr. Alex Rodriguez Jamie Moyer 1999 — Ken Griffey Jr. Jamie Moyer 2000 — Alex Rodriguez Kazuhiro Sasaki 2001 — 2002 — 2003 — 2004 — 2005 — 2006 — 2007 — 2008 — 2009 — 2010 — 2011 —

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Unsung Hero - Seattle Chapter BBWAA 1993 — Mike Blowers 1994 — No award presented 1995 — Dan Wilson 1996 — Rich Amaral 1997 — Rob Ducey 1998 — Bill Swift 1999 — David Bell 2000 — Joe Oliver Jose Paniagua 2001 — Mark McLemore 2002 — Desi Relaford 2003 — Julio Mateo 2004 — Jolbert Cabrera 2005 — Willie Bloomquist 2006 — Rafael Soriano 2007 — Sean Green 2008 — Roy Corcoran 2009 — Sean White 2010 — Jason Vargas 2011 — Brendan Ryan AL All-Star Team 1979 — Bruce Bochte, 1B (UPI) 1981 — Richie Zisk, DH (UPI) 1991 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF (UPI) 1993 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF (UPI) Randy Johnson, LHP (UPI) ML All-Star Team 1991 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF (AP) 1994 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF (AP) 1995 — Randy Johnson, LHP (AP) Edgar Martinez, DH (AP) 1996 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF (AP) Alex Rodriguez, SS (AP) 1997 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF (AP) 1998 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF (AP) Alex Rodriguez, SS (AP) Edgar Martinez, DH (AP) 1999 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF (AP) 2000 — Alex Rodriguez, SS (AP) H&B Silver Slugger Award 1991 — Ken Griffey Jr. 1992 — Edgar Martinez 1993 — Ken Griffey Jr. 1994 — Ken Griffey Jr. Edgar Martinez 1996 — Ken Griffey Jr. Alex Rodriguez

* BBWAA selected Player & Pitcher awards

Bret Boone Ichiro Suzuki Freddy Garcia Jamie Moyer John Olerud Joel Pineiro Bret Boone Jamie Moyer Ichiro Suzuki Ron Villone Richie Sexson Eddie Guardado Raul Ibañez J.J. Putz Ichiro Suzuki J.J. Putz Raul Ibañez Felix Hernandez Ichiro Suzuki Felix Hernandez Ichiro Suzuki Felix Hernandez Dustin Ackley Felix Hernandez

HISTORY

1997 —

Ken Griffey Jr. Edgar Martinez 1998 — Ken Griffey Jr. Alex Rodriguez 1999 — Ken Griffey Jr. Alex Rodriguez 2000 — Alex Rodriguez 2001 — Bret Boone Edgar Martinez Ichiro Suzuki 2003 — Bret Boone Edgar Martinez 2007 — Ichiro Suzuki 2009 — Ichiro Suzuki Rawlings Gold Glove Award® 1987 — Mark Langston, LHP 1988 — Mark Langston, LHP Harold Reynolds, 2B 1989 — Harold Reynolds, 2B 1990 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF Harold Reynolds, 2B 1991 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF 1992 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF 1993 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF Omar Vizquel, SS 1994 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF 1995 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF 1996 — Jay Buhner, OF Ken Griffey Jr., OF 1997 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF 1998 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF 1999 — Ken Griffey Jr., OF 2000 — John Olerud, 1B 2001 — Mike Cameron, OF Ichiro Suzuki, OF 2002 — Bret Boone, 2B John Olerud, 1B Ichiro Suzuki, OF 2003 — Bret Boone, 2B Mike Cameron, OF John Olerud, 1B Ichiro Suzuki, OF 2004 — Bret Boone, 2B Ichiro Suzuki, OF 2005 — Ichiro Suzuki, OF 2006 — Ichiro Suzuki, OF 2007 — Ichiro Suzuki, OF Adrian Beltre, 3B 2008 — Ichiro Suzuki, OF Adrian Beltre, 3B 2009 — Ichiro Suzuki, OF 2010 — Ichiro Suzuki, OF Franklin Gutierrez, OF THE SPORTING NEWS AWARDS ML Player of the Year: 1996 — Alex Rodriguez 1997 — Ken Griffey Jr. AL Comeback Player of the Year: 1979 — Willie Horton 1981 — Richie Zisk 1985 — Gorman Thomas 2003 — Gil Meche AL Pitcher of the Year: 1995 — Randy Johnson AL Rookie of the Year: 1984 — Alvin Davis 2001 — Ichiro Suzuki AL Rookie Pitcher of the Year: 1982 — Ed Vande Berg 1984 — Mark Langston 2000 — Kazuhiro Sasaki 2003 — Rafael Soriano

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AL All-Star Team: 1985 — Phil Bradley 1992 — Dave Fleming Ken Griffey Jr. Edgar Martinez 1993 — Ken Griffey Jr. 1994 — Ken Griffey Jr. 1995 — Randy Johnson Edgar Martinez 1996 — Ken Griffey Jr. Alex Rodriguez 1997 — Ken Griffey Jr. Randy Johnson Edgar Martinez 1998 — Ken Griffey Jr. Alex Rodriguez 1999 — Ken Griffey Jr. Jamie Moyer 2000 — Alex Rodriguez 2001 — Bret Boone Edgar Martinez Ichiro Suzuki 2003 — Bret Boone 2004 — Ichiro Suzuki 2007 — Ichiro Suzuki 2009 — Ichiro Suzuki 2010 — Felix Hernandez Manager of the Year: 2001 — Lou Piniella AMERICAN LEAGUE AWARDS Player of the Week: Aug. 7, 1977 — Dan Meyer April 16, 1978 — Bob Stinson April 20, 1980 — Bruce Bochte Aug. 16, 1981 — Tom Paciorek Sept. 27, 1981 — Shane Rawley April 25, 1982 — Todd Cruz May 9, 1982 — Gaylord Perry June 13, 1982 — Gene Nelson Sept. 26, 1982 — Bruce Bochte (2) Mark Langston July 1, 1984 — April 15, 1985 — Phil Bradley Spike Owen July 1, 1985 — May 2, 1988 — Alvin Davis Harold Reynolds Aug. 1, 1988 — Sept. 12, 1988 — Mike Moore Sept. 19, 1988 — Mark Langston (2) April 24, 1989 — Ken Griffey Jr. April 16, 1990 — Ken Griffey Jr. Brian Holman May 28, 1990 — Randy Johnson Sept. 3, 1990 — Ken Griffey Sr. Harold Reynolds May 6, 1991 — Edgar Martinez July 8, 1991 — Aug. 12, 1991 — Ken Griffey Jr. Aug. 17, 1992 — Edgar Martinez April 25, 1993 — Chris Bosio July 25, 1993 — Ken Griffey Jr. May 30, 1994 — Randy Johnson June 25, 1995 — Edgar Martinez July 9, 1995 — Tino Martinez July 30, 1995 — Mike Blowers Sept. 17, 1995 — Jay Buhner Sept. 24, 1995 — Randy Johnson May 26, 1996 — Ken Griffey Jr. June 16, 1996 — Edgar Martinez Aug. 25, 1996 — Alex Rodriguez Sept. 3, 1996 — Alex Rodriguez April 8, 1997 — Ken Griffey Jr. May 27, 1997 — Joey Cora June 9, 1997 — Randy Johnson (3) Sept. 5, 1997 — Ken Griffey Jr. April 5, 1998 — David Segui May 10, 1998 — Ken Griffey Jr.

June 28, 1998 — Alex Rodriguez Ken Griffey Jr. (9) July 5, 1998 — Sept. 5, 1999 — Edgar Martinez April 17, 2000 — Alex Rodriguez (4) May 22, 2000 — Edgar Martinez April 30, 2001 — Kazuhiro Sasaki Aug. 20, 2001 — Mike Cameron May 6, 2002 — Mike Cameron (2) Aug. 5, 2002 — Edgar Martinez (7) Ichiro Suzuki Aug. 8, 2004 — May 7, 2006 — Joel Pineiro June 4, 2006 — Ichiro Suzuki Sept. 24, 2006 — Raul Ibañez Aug. 12, 2007 — Raul Ibañez April 13, 2008 — Raul Ibañez (3) Sept. 26, 2010 — Ichiro Suzuki (3) Player of the Month: June, 1979 — Dan Meyer Ken Griffey Jr. April, 1990 — July, 1992 — Edgar Martinez Aug., 1992 — Edgar Martinez June, 1995 — Edgar Martinez Aug., 1996 — Alex Rodriguez Ken Griffey Jr. (2) April, 1997 — Edgar Martinez May, 2000 — May, 2003 — Edgar Martinez (5) Pitcher of the Month: June, 1982 — Jim Beattie Aug., 1987 — Mark Langston Sept., 1988 — Mark Langston (2) June, 1990 — Randy Johnson July, 1991 — Bill Krueger Sept., 1995 — Norm Charlton June, 1997 — Randy Johnson (2) Sept., 1997 — Jeff Fassero June, 2003 — Freddy Garcia J.J. Putz June, 2007 — June, 2009 — Felix Hernandez July, 2009 — Jarrod Washburn Felix Hernandez (2) Sept., 2009 — June, 2010 — Cliff Lee Rookie of the Month: April, 2001 — Ichiro Suzuki May, 2001 — Ichiro Suzuki Ichiro Suzuki Aug., 2001 — Sept., 2001 — Ichiro Suzuki (4) Aug., 2003 — Rafael Soriano April, 2011 — Michael Pineda Aug., 2011 — Mike Carp NEGRO LEAGUE BASEBALL MUSEUM AWARDS Andrew “Rube” Foster Award (Executive of the Year): 2001 — Pat Gillick 2009 — Jack Zduriencik C.I. Taylor Legacy Award (Manager of the Year): 2001 — Lou Piniella Buck Leonard Legacy Award (AL Batting Title): 2001 — Ichiro Suzuki 2004 — Ichiro Suzuki James “Cool Papa” Bell Award (AL Stolen Base Title): 2001 — Ichiro Suzuki Larry Doby Legend Award (AL Rookie of the Year): 2001 — Ichiro Suzuki Hutch Award: 2003 — Jamie Moyer Roberto Clemente Award: 1991 — Harold Reynolds 2003 — Jamie Moyer 2004 — Edgar Martinez

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MARINERS RECORDS (1977-2011) BATTINg RECORDS
CluB — SEASON
HIGHEST BATTING AVERAGE — .288 in 2001 (162 games) LOWEST BATTING AVERAGE — .233 in 2011 (162 games) MOST PLAYERS BATTING .300 OR OVER, 50 OR MORE GAMES — 4 in 1997, 2001 HIGHEST SLUGGING PCT. — .485 in 1997 (162 games) LOWEST SLUGGING PCT. — .339 in 2010 (162 games) MOST AT-BATS — 5,722 in 2004 (162 games) FEWEST AT-BATS — 5,336 in 1983 (162 games) MOST RUNS — 993 in 1996 (161 games) MOST RUNS, AT HOME — 473 in 1996 (81 games) MOST RUNS, ON ROAD — 520 in 1996 (80 games) MOST RUNS, AGAINST ONE CLUB — 140 vs. Tex., 20 games, 2001 (70 at home, 70 at Tex.) MOST RUNS, ONE MONTH — 191 in May 1999 (27 games) FEWEST RUNS — 513 in 2010 (162 games) MOST OPPONENTS RUNS — 905 in 1999 (162 games) FEWEST OPPONENTS RUNS — 627 in 2001 (162 games) MOST HITS — 1,637 in 2001 (162 games) FEWEST HITS — 1,263 in 2011 (162 games) MOST PLAYERS, 100 OR MORE HITS — 9 in 2001 FEWEST PLAYERS, 100 OR MORE HITS — 3 in 1980 (163 G) MOST PLAYERS, 200 OR MORE HITS — 2 in 2001 MOST ONE-BASE HITS — 1,170 in 2007 (162 games) FEWEST ONE-BASE HITS — 879 in 2011 (162 games) MOST TWO-BASE HITS — 343 in 1996 (161 games) FEWEST TWO-BASE HITS — 211 in 1980 MOST THREE-BASE HITS — 52 in 1979 (162 games) FEWEST THREE-BASE HITS — 16 in 2010 (162 games) MOST HOME RUNS — 264 in 1997 (162 games) MOST HOME RUNS, AT HOME BY MARINERS — 131 in 1997 (81 games) MOST HOME RUNS, AT HOME BY OPPONENTS — 116 in 1996 (81 games) MOST HOME RUNS, AT KINGDOME — 237 in 1996 (81 G) MOST HOME RUNS, AT SAFECO — 164 in 2000 (81 games) MOST HOME RUNS, ON ROAD — 133 in 1997 (81 games) MOST HOME RUNS, ONE MONTH — 58 in May, 1999 (27 games) MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES, ONE OR MORE HOME RUNS — 19, 9/7-9/27/99 (29 home runs) MOST HOME RUNS, CONSECUTIVE GAMES IN WHICH HOME RUNS WERE HIT — 29, 9/7-9/27/99 (19 games) MOST TIMES, TWO OR MORE HOME RUNS BY ONE PLAYER, GAME — 23 in 1996 (161 games) MOST TIMES, THREE OR MORE HOME RUNS BY ONE PLAYER, GAME — 3 in 1996 (161 games) MOST TIMES, FIVE OR MORE HOME RUNS, GAME — 5 in 1999 (162 games) MOST HOME RUNS WITH BASES FILLED — 11 in 1996 (161 games), 2000 (162 games) MOST HOME RUNS, PINCH-HITTERS — 5 in 1994, 1996 MOST PLAYERS, 10 OR MORE HOME RUNS — 9 in 1997 (162 games), 1988 (161 games) MOST PLAYERS, 20 OR MORE HOME RUNS — 6 in 1997 (162 games) MOST PLAYERS, 30 OR MORE HOME RUNS — 3 in 1996 (161 games), 1997 (162 games) MOST PLAYERS, 40 OR MORE HOME RUNS — 2 in 1996 (161 games), 1997 (162 games), 1998 (161 games), 1999 (162 games) MOST HOME RUNS BY TWO PLAYERS — 98 in 1998 (Ken Griffey Jr. 56, Alex Rodriguez 42) (161 games) MOST HOME RUNS BY THREE PLAYERS — 129 in 1996 (Ken Griffey Jr. 49, Jay Buhner 44, Alex Rodriguex 36) (161 games) MOST HOME RUNS AGAINST ONE CLUB — 32, vs. Tex. in 2001 FEWEST HOME RUNS — 97 in 1978 (160 games) MOST TOTAL BASES — 2,741 in 1996 (161 games) FEWEST TOTAL BASES — 1,836 in 2010 (162 games) MOST LONG HITS — 607 in 1996 (161 games); 343 doubles, 19 triples, 245 home runs FEWEST LONG HITS — 344 in 2010 (162 games); 227 doubles, 16 triples, 101 home runs MOST RUNS BATTED IN — 954 in 1996 (161 games) FEWEST RUNS BATTED IN — 485 in 2010 (162 games) MOST PLAYERS, 100 OR MORE RUNS BATTED IN — 4 in 1996 (161 games) MOST BASES ON BALLS — 775 in 2000 (162 games) MOST INTENTIONAL BASES ON BALLS — 73 in 1993 (162 games) FEWEST BASES ON BALLS — 389 in 2007 (162 games) FEWEST INTENTIONAL BASES ON BALLS — 19 in 1987 (162 games) MOST STRIKEOUTS — 1,280 in 2011 (162 games) FEWEST STRIKEOUTS — 702 in 1978 (160 games) MOST SACRIFICE HITS — 106 in 1980 (163 games) FEWEST SACRIFICE HITS — 28 in 1985 (162 games) MOST SACRIFICE FLIES — 72 in 2002 (162 games) FEWEST SACRIFICE FLIES — 29 in 1986 (162 games) MOST HIT BY PITCH — 75 in 1996 (161 games) FEWEST HIT BY PITCH — 19 in 1980 (163 games) MOST GROUNDED INTO DOUBLE PLAY — 158 in 1979 (162 games) FEWEST GROUNDED INTO DOUBLE PLAY — 82 in 2011 (162 games) MOST STOLEN BASES — 174 in 1987, 2001 (162 G) FEWEST STOLEN BASES — 81 in 1989, 2007 (162 G) MOST RUNNERS LEFT ON BASE — 1,257 in 2001 (162G) FEWEST RUNNERS LEFT ON BASE — 1,034 in 1983 (162 games)

CluB — gAME
MOST AT-BATS (9 inn.) — 50, at Min. (6/11/96) MOST RUNS — 22, vs. Det. (4/29/99) MOST RUNS, OPPONENT — 20, at Det. (4/17/93) MOST RUNS, SHUTOUT — 14, at Cal. (8/7/87); vs. Min. (5/15/00); at Bal. (9/16/00) MOST RUNS, SHUTOUT, OPP. — 15, at Min. (7/10/77) MOST RUNS, INNING — 11, vs. Det, 5th inn. (4/29/99) MOST RUNS, INNING, OPPONENT — 11, at Chi., 6th inn. (9/15/83); vs. Tor., 9th inn. (7/20/84) MOST RUNS, BOTH CLUBS — 29, at Chi. (18), Sea. (11) (4/18/00) MOST HITS — 24, at Min. (6/11/96); at Ana. (9/22/04) MOST HITS, OPPONENT — 24, at Chi. (AL) (8/9/00) MOST HITS, INNING — 9, vs. N.Y. 2nd inn. (8/29/86); at Mil., 8th inn. (7/18/91); vs. Tex., 5th inn. (6/28/96) MOST HITS, BOTH CLUBS — 42, Sea. (21) at Bal. (21) (5/17/96) FEWEST HITS — 0, at Cal., Langston-Witt (4/11/90); at NYY, Gooden (5/14/96) MOST DOUBLES — 8, vs. Det. (7/20/88); vs. N.Y. (7/14/94); vs. K.C. (5/11/96 & 5/12/96); vs. Tex. (4/14/99); vs. Atl. (6/20/08) MOST TRIPLES — 3, at Tor. (8/30/79); vs. Det. (5/31/86); vs. Chi. (6/13/86); at Bos. (5/13/87); at SD (6/24/05) MOST HOME RUNS — 7, vs. Oak. (4/11/85); at Mil. (7/31/96); at Ana. (7/5/99); at Chi. (5/2/02) MOST HOME RUNS, OPPONENTS — 8, vs. Cle. (7/16/04) MOST HOME RUNS, BOTH CLUBS — 10, Sea. (4) at Col. (6) (6/9/99) MOST HOME RUNS, INNING — 4, vs. Oak., 3rd inn. (9/21/96); at Chi. 1st inn. (5/2/02) MOST RUNS BATTED IN — 22, vs. Det. (4/29/99) MOST TOTAL BASES — 44, at Tor. (4/16/00) MOST STOLEN BASES — 6-2x, last: vs. Bos. (7/20/04)

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MOST STOLEN BASES, OPPONENT — 8, at Oak. (7/29/89) MOST BASES ON BALLS — 14, vs. Det. (6/15/91) MOST STRIKEOUTS — 20, at Bos. (4/29/86) MOST SACRIFICE HITS — 5, at. Min. (8/1/78) MOST SACRIFICE FLIES — 5-2x, last: vs. KC. (4/15/08) MOST PINCH HIT HOME RUNS — 2, vs. N.Y. (4/27/79) MOST PINCH HIT HOME RUNS, INNING — 2, vs. N.Y., 8th inn. (4/27/79) MOST LEFT ON BASE — 18, at SD. (6/27/08) FEWEST LEFT ON BASE — 0, 9x; last vs. KC (9/10/11) HIGHEST SLUGGING PERCENTAGE — .674, Ken Griffey Jr. (111 G in 1994); .646 Griffey Jr. (157 G in 1997) HIGHEST ON-BASE PERCENTAGE — .479, Edgar Martinez (1995) MOST REACHED BASE ON CATCHER’S INTERFERENCE — 6, Bob Stinson (1978) MOST HOME RUNS, KINGDOME — 30, Ken Griffey Jr. (1998) MOST HOME RUNS, SAFECO — 20, Richie Sexson (2005) MOST HOME RUNS, ROAD — 29, Ken Griffey Jr. (1997) MOST GRAND SLAMS — 5, Richie Sexson (2006) MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES HITTING HOME RUN — 8, Ken Griffey Jr. (7/20-28/93) MOST CONSECUTIVE HITS — 9, Raul Ibanez (9/2223/04) MOST CONSECUTIVE TIMES REACHING BASE SAFELY — 11, Ken Griffey Jr. (4/23-27/89); Raul Ibanez (9/22-23/04) MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED — 293, Edgar Martinez (6/12/94-7/20/96)

CluB — EXTRA-INNINgS
MOST AT-BATS — 80, at Bos. (9/3/81) MOST RUNS — 16, at KC, 11 inn. (9/8/02) MOST RUNS, OPP. — 15, at Cle., 11 inn. (8/5/01) MOST RUNS IN EXTRA INNING — 8, at KC, 11th (9/8/02) MOST RUNS IN AN EXTRA INNING, OPP. — 8, vs. Tex., 11th inning (9/23/91) MOST HITS — 24, at Bos., 20 inn. (9/3/81) MOST HITS, OPPONENT — 24, vs. Min., 11 inn. (9/29/89) MOST HITS, BOTH CLUBS — 47, at Bos. (9/3/81) MOST BASES ON BALLS — 16, vs. Tor., 11 inn. (5/9/02) MOST STRIKEOUTS — 18, vs. Cal., 12 inn. (4/24/78) MOST SACRIFICE HITS –– 5, at Min. 13 inn., (7/13/80) MOST LEFT ON BASE — 22, at Bos. (9/3/81) MOST INN., TWO CONSECUTIVE EX-INNINGS GAMES — 31, 11 inn. at Bal. (9/2/81); 20 inn. at Bos. (9/3/81) MOST CONSECUTIVE EXTRA-INNING GAMES — 4, (9/1619/02)

INDIVIDuAl — gAME
MOST HITS — 6, Raul Ibañez at Ana. (9/22/04) MOST HITS, EXTRA INNINGS — 5, Joe Simpson at Cle., (8/27/79); Dan Meyer at Det. (6/2/80); Jim Essian at Oak., (4/11/82, game 1); Tino Martinez vs. Oak. (6/29/92); Ichiro Suzuki at Ana. (7/29/04); Randy Winn at Det. (8/21/04) MOST AT-BATS — 7, Joey Cora at Min. (6/11/96) MOST AT-BATS, EXTRA INNINGS — 10, Joe Simpson & Bruce Bochte, at Bos. (9/3/81) MOST RUNS — 5, Ken Griffey Jr. vs. N.Y. (5/24/96); Edgar Martinez vs. Min. (5/17/99); Alex Rodriguez at Tor. (4/16/00); Adrian Beltre vs. Tex. (9/1/08) MOST DOUBLES — 3, 23 times; last done by Kyle Seager at Cle. (8/24/11) MOST TRIPLES — 2, 12 times; last done by Carlos Guillen vs. Chi. (5/9/03) MOST HOME RUNS — 4, Mike Cameron at Chi. (5/2/02); 3 HR, 11 times; last done by Jose Lopez at Tor. (9/22/10) MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME RUNS — 4, Mike Cameron at Chi. (5/2/02); 3 HR, Gorman Thomas vs. Oak. (4/11/85); Ken Griffey Jr. vs. N.Y. (5/24/96) MOST HOME RUNS, OPP. — 3, Doug DeCinces at Sea. (9/8/82); Dan Ford at Sea. (7/20/83); Dave Kingman at Sea. (4/16/84); Jose Canseco at Tex. (6/13/94); John Valentin at Bos. 10 inn. (6/2/95); Cal Ripken vs. Bal. (5/28/96); Tino Martinez at Sea. (4/2/97); N. Garciaparra at Bos. (5/10/99); Chris Woodward at Tor. 10 inn. (8/7/02); Victor Martinez at Sea. (7/16/04); Mark Teixeira at Atl. (6/22/08); Andre Ethier at LAD (6/26/09) MOST RBIs — 8, Alvin Davis vs. Tor. (5/9/86); Mike Blowers vs. Bos. (5/24/95); Mike Cameron at NY (8/19/01) MOST STOLEN BASES — 4, Julio Cruz vs. Cle. (5/24/83); Harold Reynolds vs. Min. (6/10/88); Henry Cotto at Tex. (6/23/90); Mark McLemore vs. Bal. (5/30/01); Ichiro Suzuki vs. Bos. (7/20/04) & vs. Tex (8/4/10) MOST WALKS — 5, Tino Martinez at Tor. (4/14/93, 10 innings); Alex Rodriguez vs. KC (4/23/00); Rickey Henderson vs. Tor. (7/30/00); Edgar Martinez at Tex. (6/24/04) (18 inn.) MOST INTENTIONAL WALKS — 3, Ichiro Suzuki vs. Tex. (9/27/05); Edgar Martinez at NYY (5/15/04) MOST STRIKEOUTS — 5, Bill Hall at Oak. (9/5/09); Miguel Olivo at Ana. (7/29/04)

INDIVIDuAl — SEASON
HIGHEST AVERAGE — .372, Ichiro Suzuki (2004) MOST GAMES — 162, Ruppert Jones & Willie Horton (1979); Raul Ibanez (2005, '08), Ichiro (2005, '08, '10) MOST AT-BATS — 704, Ichiro Suzuki (2004) MOST PLATE APPEARANCES — 762, Ichiro Suzuki (2004) MOST RUNS — 141, Alex Rodriguez (1996) MOST HITS — 262, Ichiro Suzuki (2004) MOST MULTI-HIT GAMES — 80, Ichiro Suzuki (2004) MOST TOTAL BASES — 393, Ken Griffey Jr. (1997) MOST DOUBLES — 54, Alex Rodriguez (1996) MOST TRIPLES — 12, Ichiro Suzuki (2005) MOST HOME RUNS — 56, Ken Griffey Jr. (1997 & 1998) MOST RUNS BATTED IN — 147, Ken Griffey Jr. (1997) LONGEST HITTING STREAK — 27, Ichiro Suzuki (2009) LONGEST HITTING STREAK, START OF SEASON — 16, Joey Cora (1998) MOST SACRIFICE HITS — 17, Chone Figgins (2010) MOST SACRIFICE FLIES — 13, Bret Boone (2001); Mike Cameron (2001) MOST BASES ON BALLS — 123, Edgar Martinez (1996) MOST INTENTIONAL BASES ON BALLS — 27, Ichiro Suzuki (2002) MOST STRIKEOUTS — 176, Mike Cameron, (2002) FEWEST STRIKEOUTS (502 PLATE APPEARANCES) — 32, Joey Cora (1996) MOST STOLEN BASES — 60, Harold Reynolds (1987) HIGHEST STOLEN BASE PCT. (min. 20 SB) — 95.7 (45-for47), Ichiro Suzuki (2006) MOST CONSECUTIVE STOLEN BASES — 39, Ichiro Suzuki (2006) (extended to AL record 45 in 2007) MOST HIT BY PITCH — 19, Jose Guillen (2007) HIGHEST PINCH HIT AVERAGE (min. 15 AB) — .667 (10for-15), Henry Cotto (1991) MOST PINCH HITS — 12, Larry Milbourne (1979) MOST GROUNDED INTO DOUBLE PLAYS — 29, Jim Presley (1985) FEWEST GROUNDED INTO DOUBLE PLAYS (100 GAME MIN.) — 1, Ichiro Suzuki in 146 Games (2009) MOST EXTRA-BASE HITS — 93, Ken Griffey Jr. (1997)

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CluB — SEASON

PITCHINg RECORDS
MOST SHUTOUTS LOST — 6, Jamie Moyer (2006) MOST 1-0 SHUTOUTS WON — 1, Floyd Bannister (1979); Rick Honeycutt (1978); Matt Young (1983); Mark Langston (1984); Mike Moore (1983, 1986 & 1988); Dave Fleming (1992); Randy Johnson (1992 & 1994); Ryan Franklin (2004); Cliff Lee (2010) MOST GAMES FINISHED — 65, J.J. Putz (2007) MOST SAVES — 45, Kazuhiro Sasaki (2001) MOST CONSECUTIVE SAVES — 31, J.J. Putz (9/3006-7/20/07) MOST INNINGS — 272.0, Mark Langston (1987) MOST BATTERS FACING PITCHER — 1,152, Mark Langston (1987) MOST RUNS — 145, Mike Moore (1987) MOST EARNED RUNS — 129, Mark Langston (1986) MOST HITS — 279, Mike Moore (1986) MOST CONSECUTIVE EXTRA INN. GAMES — 4, (9/1619/02) MOST BASES ON BALLS — 152, R. Johnson (1991) MOST INTENTIONAL BASES ON BALLS — 16, Mike Parrott (1979), Shane Rawley (1980) MOST STRIKEOUTS — 308, Randy Johnson (1993) MOST STRIKEOUTS, RELIEVER — 111, Bill Caudill (1982) MOST HIT BATTERS — 18, Randy Johnson (1992) MOST WILD PITCHES — 17, Felix Hernandez (2009) MOST BALKS — 11, Rod Scurry (1988) MOST HOME RUNS ALLOWED — 44, Jamie Moyer (2004) LOWEST ERA (STARTER) — 2.27, Felix Hernandez (2010) LOWEST ERA (RELIEVER) — 1.38, J.J. Putz (2007) MOST CONSECUTIVE HITLESS INNINGS — 13.1, John Montague (7/22-30/77) MOST CONSECUTIVE BATTERS RETIRED — 33, John Montague (7/22-30/77) MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT INNINGS (STARTER) — 34.1, Mark Langston (9/14-29/88) MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT INNINGS (RELIEVER) — 28.2, Shigetoshi Hasegawa (6/1-8/22/03) MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT INNINGS (START OF CAREER) — 17.2, Mark Lowe (7/7-8/14/06) MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT APPEARANCES (START OF CAREER) — 13, Tim Davis (4/4-5/9/94); Mark Lowe (7/7-8/14/06) MOST CONSECUTIVE INNINGS, ALLOWING NO HOME RUNS — 86, Shane Rawley (1978-79) MOST CONSECUTIVE GAME APPEARANCES — 7, Ed Vande Berg (4/5-4/13/84)

LOWEST EARNED RUN AVERAGE — 3.54 in 2001 (162 games) HIGHEST EARNED RUN AVERAGE — 5.24 in 1999 (162 games) MOST COMPLETE GAMES — 39 in 1987 (162 games) FEWEST COMPLETE GAMES — 4 in 1996 (161 G), 2000 (162 G), 2008 (162 G), 2009 (162 G). MOST SHUTOUTS — 15 in 2003 (162 games) FEWEST SHUTOUTS — 1 in 1977 (162 games) CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS — 31.0, July 7-13, 1991 MOST SAVES — 56 in 2001 (162 games) FEWEST SAVES — 20 in 1978 (160 games) MOST HITS — 1613 in 1999 (162 games) FEWEST HITS — 1293 in 2001 (162 games) MOST RUNS — 905 in 1999 (162 games) FEWEST RUNS — 627 in 2001 (162 games) MOST EARNED RUNS — 834 in 1999 (162 games) FEWEST EARNED RUNS — 576 in 2001 (162 games) MOST HOME RUNS — 216 in 1996 (161 games) FEWEST HOME RUNS — 114 in 1989 (162 games) MOST HIT BATTERS — 72 in 2004 (162 games) MOST BASES ON BALLS — 684 in 1999 (162 games) FEWEST BASES ON BALLS — 436 in 2011 (162 G) MOST STRIKEOUTS — 1,207 in 1997 (162 games) FEWEST STRIKEOUTS — 630 in 1978 (160 games) MOST WILD PITCHES — 82 in 1991 (162 games) FEWEST WILD PITCHES — 31 in 1978 (160 games) and 1980 (163 games) MOST BALKS — 55 in 1988 (161 games)

CluB — gAME
MOST WALKS — 15, at Milw. (7/17/91) MOST STRIKEOUTS — 21, vs. Clev. 12 inn. (9/28/86), vs. CWS. 12 inn. (3/31/96) MOST WILD PITCHES — 4, vs. CWS. (9/29/84), vs. Balt. (4/9/93), vs. Min. (8/17/08), vs. TB (4/22/09), at Min (9/21/11) MOST BALKS — 4, vs. Det. (7/18/88)

HISTORY

INDIVIDuAl — SEASON
MOST WINS — 21, Jamie Moyer (2003) MOST LOSSES — 19, Matt Young (1985); Mike Moore (1987) HIGHEST WINNING PERCENTAGE — .900, Randy Johnson (1995) MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS — 16, Randy Johnson (8/11/95-5/2/97) MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS, ONE SEASON — 10, Paul Abbott (5/28-8/6/01); Jamie Moyer (7/23-9/24/01) MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS, START OF SEASON — 8, Aaron Sele (2001); Arthur Rhodes (2001) MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS, START OF SEASON, STARTER — 8, Aaron Sele (2001) MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS, START OF SESAON, RELIEVER — 8, Arthur Rhodes (2001) MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS, RELIEVER — 10, Arthur Rhodes (10/1/00-4/9/02) MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES — 16, Mike Parrott (1980) MOST GAMES — 78, Ed Vande Berg (1982) MOST GAMES STARTED — 37, Mike Moore (1986) MOST RELIEF APPEARANCES — 78, Ed Vande Berg (1982) MOST COMPLETE GAMES — 14, Mike Moore (1985); Mark Langston (1987) MOST SHUTOUTS WON — 4, Dave Fleming (1992); Randy Johnson (1994)

INDIVIDuAl — gAME
MOST INNINGS — 11, Mike Moore, vs. Cal. (8/14/85, game 1) FEWEST HITS — 0, Randy Johnson vs. Det. (6/2/90); Chris Bosio vs. Bos. (4/22/93) MOST HITS — 15, Greg Hibbard at Oak. (5/24/94) MOST CONSECUTIVE PERFECT INNINGS, START OF GAME — 8.2, Brian Holman at Oak. (4/20/90) MOST EARNED RUNS — 11, Jaime Moyer at Chi. (8/9/00); Ryan Rowland-Smith at Chi. (7/27/10) MOST HOME RUNS — 5, Chi. vs. Mark Langston (4/19/88); Bos. vs. Jamie Moyer (7/21/06) MOST WALKS — 11, Rick Jones at Tex. (6/18/77) MOST STRIKEOUTS — 19, Randy Johnson vs. Oak. (6/24/97) & vs. CWS. (8/8/97) MOST CONSECUTIVE STRIKEOUTS — 7, Mark Langston vs. Tex. (6/15/84) MOST WILD PITCHES — 4, R.A. Dickey vs. MIN (8/17/08) MOST BALKS — 4, Gene Walter vs. Det. (7/18/88)

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gENERAl RECORDS
CluB — SEASON
MOST WINS, SEASON — 116, 2001 MOST WINS, HOME — 57, 2001 MOST WINS, ROAD — 59, 2001 MOST LOSSES, SEASON — 104, 1978; Home 52, 1977; Road 58, 1980 MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS — 15, (5/23-6/8/01) MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES — 17, (7/6-26/11) MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WON, HOME — 11, (5/206/8/01) MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES LOST, HOME — 11, (8/169/10/89) MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WON, ROAD — 10, (4/817/02) MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES LOST, ROAD — 15, (6/227/28/04) MOST CONSECUTIVE SERIES WON — 29, (8/00-9/23/01) MOST SHUTOUTS WON — 14 in 2001 MOST 1-0 GAMES — Overall: 6 in 2002 (3-3); Won: 4 in 2009; Lost: 4 in 1980, 1989 & 1990 MOST SERIES SWEPT — 16, 2001 BEST HOMESTANDS — 6-0 (4/9-14/85); 6-0 (4/1521/91); 7-1 (9/18-27/95); 6-1 (9/16-22/96); 11-1 (5/29-6/10/01); 10-2 (6.19-7/1/07 MOST WINS, HOMESTAND — 11, (5/29-6/10/01) BEST TRIPS — 10-0 (4/8-17/02); 6-0 (9/15-20/00); 11-1 (5/27-6/8/03); 6-2 (6/4-13/82); 6-2 (5/5-13/87); 4-1 (6/29-7/4/82); 7-2 (4/6-4/15/01); 5-1 (4/24-4/29/01); 5-1 (5/8-5/13/01); 5-1 (5/22-5/28/01); 5-1 (7/187/23/01) WORST TRIP — 0-11 (8/10-20/06); 0-11 (9/11-21/08) LONGEST TRIP — 20 games (7/21-8/11/94) MOST ONE-RUN GAMES — 56 in 1993 (29-27) MOST ONE-RUN WINS — 35 in 2009 MOST ONE-RUN LOSSES — 31 in 1978 BEST RECORD IN ONE-RUN GAMES — 26-12 in 2001 MOST WINS VS. ONE CLUB — 15, vs. Ana. (2001); vs. Tex. (2001) MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS VS. ONE CLUB — 10, vs. K.C. (6/14-9/24/85); vs. Bal. (6/22/00-5/31/01) MOST LOSSES VS. ONE CLUB — 17, vs. Oak. (2006) MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES VS. ONE CLUB — 15, vs. Bos. (1978); vs. Oak (2006) MOST PLAYERS USED, SEASON — 51 in 1999 FEWEST PLAYERS USED, SEASON — 34 in 1978 MOST PITCHERS USED, SEASON — 28 in 1999 MOST ROOKIES USED, SEASON — 19 in 2006

CluB — gAME
LARGEST WINNING MARGIN — 17, Sea. (19) vs. Tex. (2) (5/20/94) LARGEST LOSING MARGIN — 17, Sea. (3) at Det. (20) (4/17/93) LARGEST MARGIN OF COMEBACK— 8 runs, 4/15/97 vs. Ana. (9-1 deficit, won 11-10) OLDEST MARINERS PLAYER — Gaylord Perry, 44 years, 9 months & 7 days on 6/22/83 YOUNGEST MARINERS PLAYER — Edwin Nunez, 18 years, 10 months & 11 days on 4/7/82 YOUNGEST MARINERS BATTERY — Pitcher Edwin Nunez (19 yrs.) & catcher Orlando Mercado (20 yrs.) on 9/19/82 OLDEST MARINERS BATTERY — Pitcher Jamie Moyer (42 yrs.) and catcher Pat Borders (42 yrs.) on 7/27/05 NINE-INNING GAME MOST POSITION PLAYERS USED — 19, vs. Chi. (9/18/80) MOST PITCHERS USED — 8, vs. K.C. (9/20/88) EX-INNING GAME MOST PITCHERS USED — 11, at Tex. (9/25/92)

CluB — lENgTH OF gAME
LONGEST GAME, INNINGS — Home, 19, vs. Bos. (8/1/00); Road, 20, at Bos. (8/3-4/81); at Cal. (4/13-14/82) LONGEST GAME, TIME, 9-INNINGS — Home, 4:26 vs. KC (4/15/08) Road, 4:20 at Bal. (5/17/96) LONGEST GAME, TIME, X-INNINGS — Home, 5:34 vs. Bos., 19 inn. (8/1/00) Road, 6:06 at Cal., 20 inn. (4/13-14/82) SHORTEST GAME, TIME — Home, 1:40 vs. Tor. (7/16/ 80) Road, 1:39 at CWS (4/16/05)

HISTORY

MARINERS BEST RECORD IN…
April: ...................................................................20-5, .800 (2001) May: ....................................................................20-7, .741 (2001) June: ...................................................................20-7, .741 (1997) July: ....................................................................18-9, .667 (2001) August: ............................................ 9-1 (1994); 20-9, .690 (2001) Sept-Oct: ............................................................20-7, .741 (2001)

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FIElDINg RECORDS
CluB — SEASON
HIGHEST FIELDING PERCENTAGE — .989 in 2003 LOWEST FIELDING PERCENTAGE — .975 in 1986 MOST CONSECUTIVE ERRORLESS GAMES — 11 (8/921/93); (8/10-8/21/01) MOST ERRORS — 156 in 1986 FEWEST ERRORS — 65 in 2003 MOST DOUBLE PLAYS —192 in 1986 FEWEST DOUBLE PLAYS — 134 in 2002 MOST TRIPLE PLAYS — 2 in 1986 and 1991 MOST PASSED BALLS — 24 in 1991 FEWEST PASSED BALLS — 3 in 1997 MOST PUTOUTS — 4,429 in 1982 FEWEST PUTOUTS — 4,255 in 1983 MOST ASSISTS — 1,930 in 1980 FEWEST ASSISTS — 1,451 in 2003 MOST CHANCES ACCEPTED — 6,451 in 1980 FEWEST CHANCES ACCEPTED — 5,839 in 2003

FIRST BASE

Putouts — 21, Alvin Davis (5/28/88); X-inn — 22, Alvin Davis (9/9/85) Assists — 5, 5x, last by Justin Smoak (6/18/11); X-inn— 6, David Segui (7/30/98) Errors — 2, 14x, last by Russell Branyan (7/16/09) Dbl. Plays — 5, Bruce Bochte (5/1/80); X-inn — 5, Bruce Bochte (9/3/81)

SECOND BASE

Putouts — 8, 6x, last by Joey Cora (7/23/95)); X-inn — 11, Julio Cruz (9/3/81) Assists — 12, Harold Reynolds (8/27/86) Errors — 3, Joey Cora (6/6/98) Dbl. Plays — 4, 19 times, last by Jose Lopez (6/20/08); X-inn — 5, Julio Cruz (9/3/81)

THIRD BASE

CluB — gAME
MOST DOUBLE PLAYS — 5, at Cal. (5/1/80); at Bos., ex-inn. (9/3/81) MOST DOUBLE PLAYS, OPP. — 5, vs. Min. (4/13/79); at NYY (8/20/88); vs. Oak. (4/21/04); MOST TRIPLE PLAYS — 1, vs. K.C. (4/22/77); at Cle. (5/31/80); vs. Tex. (5/22/81); vs. Mil. (5/13/86); at Oak. (8/12/86); at Tex. (6/1/91); at Tor. (9/10/91); vs. Bal. (8/30/92); vs. Tor. (7/13/95); vs. Oak. (8/9/10) MOST TRIPLE PLAYS, OPP. — 1, at Cal. (7/14/77); vs. Chi. (6/15/86); at Det. (7/3/92, game 2); at Bos. (7/8/94, unassisted); at Det. (8/1/01); at Tex. (4/14/02) MOST ERRORS — 7, at Mil. (6/25/78) MOST ERRORS, OPP. — 6, vs. Oak. (4/9/79); at Mil. (7/12/86); vs. Min. (9/29/89 in 11 inn.) MOST PASSED BALLS — 3, 2x - at Tex. (10/4/80, J. Narron); vs. TB. (8/10/08, J. Clement)

Putouts — 6, 3x, last by Adrian Beltre (4/12/06) Assists — 9, Jim Presley (6/15/85) Errors — 4, Edgar Martinez (5/6/90) Dbl. Plays — 3, 3x, last by Edgar Martinez (7/16/92) X-inn — 3, Willie Bloomquist (4/11/04)

SHORTSTOP

Putouts — 8, Carlos Guillen (4/18/03); X-inn — 9, Mike Morse (6/16/05) Assists — 11, Yuniesky Betancourt (5/28/07); X-inn — 11, Spike Owen (5/11/84) Errors — 3, 5x, last by Jack Wilson (5/4/10) Dbl. Plays — 4, 11x, last: Brendan Ryan (7/22/11)

LEFT FIELD

HISTORY

Putouts — 8, 3x, last by Wladimir Balentien (7/18/09) X-inn — 8, Randy Winn (4/17/03) Assists — 3, Ron Roenicke (8/13/83) Errors — 2, Mackey Sasser (6/13/93) Dbl. Plays — 1, 57x, last by Casper Wells (8/29/11); X-inn — 1, 6x, last by Michael Saunders (5/18/20)

INDIVIDuAl — SEASON
First baseman David Segui (1998) Casey Kotchman (2010) Second baseman .990 Bret Boone (2003) Third baseman .973 Jeff Cirillo (2002) Shortstop .989 Omar Vizquel (1992) Outfielder 1.000 Franklin Gutierrez (2010) Catcher .999 Dan Wilson (2001) Pitcher 1.000 24 times; last: (Horacio Ramirez (2007) MOST OUTFIELD ASSISTS — 17, Dave Henderson (1983) .999

CENTER FIELD

Putouts — 11, Ken Griffey Jr. (6/12/96) X-inn — 12, Ruppert Jones (5/16/78) Assists — 2, 14x, last by Ichiro Suzuki (5/15/07); X-inn — 2, 2x, last by Ken Griffey Jr. (6/14/94) Errors — 2, 4x, last by Ken Griffey Jr. (7/17/89) Dbl. Plays — 1, 87x, last by Casper Wells (9/13/11); X-inn — 1, 11x, last by Ichiro Suzuki (8/1/07)

RIGHT FIELD

INDIVIDuAl — gAME
PITCHERS
Putouts — 5, 2x, last by Felix Hernandez (6/18/11) Assists — 7, Mike Parrott (4/9/80) Errors — 2, 20x, last by Jeff Gray (9/24/11) Dbl. Plays — 3, Tim Belcher (9/1/95)

Putouts — 8, 5x, last by Ichiro Suzuki (8/23/08); X-inn — 9, 2x, Ichiro Suzuki (7/15/06) Assists — 2, 20x, last by Mike Morse (4/5/08); X-inn — 2, 3x, last by Ichiro Suzuki (5/4/04) Errors — 3, Dave Cochrane (6/22/92) Dbl. Plays — 1, many x, last by Ichiro Suzuki (8/13/11); X-inn — 2, Jay Buhner (7/6/92)

CATCHERS

Putouts — 20, Dan Wilson (8/8/97); X-inn — 21, Bob Kearney (9/28/86); Dan Wilson (3/31/96) Assists — 4, 10x, last by Miguel Olivo (9/21/11); X-inn — 4, 2x, last by Miguel Olivo (7/5/11) Errors — 2, 12x, last by Adam Moore (4/11/10) Dbl. Plays — 2, 11x, last by Rob Johnson (8/01/09); X-Inn — 2, 2x, last by Lance Parrish (7/6/92)

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INDIVIDuAl — SEASON BATTINg (Min. of 100 games)

ROOKIE RECORDS
MOST GAMES STARTED — 33, Mark Langston (1984); Dave Fleming (1992); Freddy Garcia (1999) MOST COMPLETE GAMES — 7, Dave Fleming (1992) MOST SHUTOUTS — 4, Dave Fleming (1992) MOST INNINGS PITCHED — 228.1, Dave Fleming (1992) MOST HITS ALLOWED — 225, Dave Fleming (1992) FEWEST HITS ALLOWED — 178, Matt Young (1983) MOST EARNED RUNS — 102, Rich DeLucia (1991) FEWEST EARNED RUNS — 71, Matt Young (1983) MOST BASES ON BALLS — 116, Mark Langston (1984) FEWEST BASES ON BALLS — 60, Dave Fleming (1992) MOST STRIKEOUTS — 198, Mark Langston (1984)

HIGHEST AVERAGE — .350, Ichiro Suzuki (2001) MOST GAMES — 160, Ruppert Jones (1977) MOST AT-BATS — 692, Ichiro Suzuki (2001) MOST RUNS — 127, Ichiro Suzuki (2001) MOST HITS — 242, Ichiro Suzuki (2001) MOST TOTAL BASES — 316, Ichiro Suzuki (2001) MOST DOUBLES — 34, Alvin Davis (1984); Ichiro Suzuki (2001) MOST TRIPLES — 8, Ruppert Jones (1977); Ichiro Suzuki (2001) MOST HOME RUNS — 27, Alvin Davis (1984) MOST RUNS BATTED IN — 116, Alvin Davis (1984) MOST STOLEN BASES — 56, Ichiro Suzuki (2001) MOST BASES ON BALLS — 97, Alvin Davis (1984) MOST STRIKEOUTS — 157, Danny Tartabull (1986) HIGHEST SLUGGING PCT. — .497, Alvin Davis (1984) HIGHEST ON-BASE PCT. — .391, Alvin Davis (1984) LONGEST HITTING STREAK — 23, Ichiro Suzuki (2001)

PITCHINg — RElIEVERS (Min. of 40 Apps.)
LOWEST ERA — 1.53, Rafael Soriano (2003) MOST GAMES WON — 9, Ed Vande Berg (1982); Bill Risley (1994 in 37 apps.) MOST GAMES — 78, Ed Vande Berg (1982) MOST SAVES — 37, Kazuhiro Sasaki (2000) MOST INNINGS PITCHED — 98.2 (114.1 overall), Enrique Romo (1977) MOST HITS ALLOWED — 104, Shane Rawley (1978) FEWEST HITS ALLOWED — 30, Rafael Soriano (2003) MOST EARNED RUNS — 43, Shane Rawley (1978) FEWEST EARNED RUNS — 9, Rafael Soriano (2003) MOST BASES ON BALLS — 50, Brandon Morrow (2007) FEWEST BASES ON BALLS — 9, Shawn Kelley (2009) MOST STRIKEOUTS — 92 (105 overall), Enrique Romo (1977)

PITCHINg — STARTERS (Min. of 200 IP)
LOWEST ERA — 3.27, Matt Young (1983) MOST GAMES WON — 17, Mark Langston (1984); Dave Fleming (1992); Freddy Garcia (1999) MOST GAMES LOST — 15, Matt Young (1983)

BASEBAll RECORDS HElD OR TIED BY MARINERS
MAJOR lEAguE BATTINg
MOST HITS, SEASON, Player — 262, Ichiro Suzuki, (2004) MOST HITS, SEASON, Lefthander — 262, Ichiro Suzuki, (2004) MOST SINGLES, SEASON, Player — 225 Ichiro Suzuki, (2004) MOST SINGLES, SEASON, Lefthander — 225 Ichiro Suzuki, (2004) MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS, 200+ hits - 10, Ichiro Suzuki (2001-2010) MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASON, 150+ singles - 11, Ichiro MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS, LEADING LEAUGE, hits 4, Ichiro Suzuki (2006-11) MOST HOME RUNS WITH NONE ON BASE, INNING — 4, Sea. vs. Oak. (9/21/96); Sea at CWS (5/2/02) TIED MOST HOME RUNS, Player, Game — 4, Mike Cameron at CWS (5/2/02) TIED MOST PLAYERS WITH TWO OR MORE HOME RUNS, GAME — 3, Sea. at Mil. (7/31/96) TIED MOST TIMES AWARDED FIRST BASE ON CATCHER’S INTERFERENCE, GAME — 2, Dan Meyer at Bos. (5/3/77) & Bob Stinson at Balt. (7/24/79 #1) TIED MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES HITTING ONE OR MORE HOME RUNS — 8, Ken Griffey Jr. (7/20-28/93) TIED MOST GRAND SLAMS, TWO CONSECUTIVE GAMES (HOMERING IN EACH GAME) — Mike Blowers, Seattle, May 16, 17, 1993; Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle, April 29, 30, 1999 MOST HOME RUNS BY PINCH HITTERS, GAME — 2, Sea. vs. N.Y. (4/27/79) TIED MOST HOME RUNS BY PINCH HITTERS, INNING — 2, Sea. vs. N.Y., 8th (4/27/79) TIED MOST HOME RUNS, TEAM, SEASON — 264 (1997) MOST HOME RUNS, MONTH - 58, May 1999 TIED HITTING HOME RUNS FROM BOTH SIDES OF PLATE, GAME — Larry Milbourne (7/15/78), Donnie Scott (4/29/85) & David Segui (4/1/98) TIED MOST HOME RUNS IN OPENING GAME OF SEASON, CAREER – 8 – Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle, 1990, 1993, 1995, 1997 (2), 1998, 1999, 2009 TIED MOST HOME RUNS, 2 CONSECUTIVE GAMES - 5, Edgar Martinez (5/17-18/1999) TIED MOST SEASONS BETWEEN 100-RBI SEASONS, CAREER — 12, Willie Horton, 104 in 1966 (Det.) to 106 in 1979 (Sea.) MOST SINGLES, GAME - 6, Raul Ibanez (9/22/04) TIED MOST SACRIFICE FLIES, GAME — 5, Sea. at Oak. (8/7/88); Sea. vs. KC (4/15/08) MOST SAC. FLIES, PLAYER, GAME — 3, Edgar Martinez vs. Cle. (8/3/02); Jose Lopez (4/15/08) TIED MOST HITS, ROOKIE — 242, Ichiro Suzuki (2001) MOST GAMES HIT SAFELY — 135, Ichiro (2001) TIED

HISTORY

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MOST INTENTIONAL BASES ON BALLS, ROOKIE SEASON — 16, Alvin Davis (1984) MOST STRIKEOUTS (BY BATTERS), INNING — 4, Sea. vs. Clev. (Mike Paxton) (7/21/78) TIED MOST STRIKEOUTS, CLUB, 9-INNING GAME — 20, at Bos. (4/29/86) TIED MOST STRIKEOUTS, BOTH CLUBS, 9-INNING GAME — 31, Tex. 18 & Sea. 13 (7/13/97) MOST STRIKEOUTS, CLUB, TWO CONSECUTIVE GAMES — 36, at Bos. (4/29-30/86) FEWEST 1-0 GAMES WON, CLUB, SEASON — 0, 1980, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999 TIED FEWEST 1-0 GAMES LOST, CLUB, SEASON — 0, 1991, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001 & 2005 TIED FEWEST GAMES WON BY ONE RUN, 162-GAME SEASON — 10 (20 lost), 1998 MOST RUNNERS LEFT ON BASE IN A NINE-INNING SHUTOUT DEFEAT — 16, vs. Tor. (5/7/98) HITTING FOR THE CYCLE IN AL & NL – 2 players - John Olerud, New York NL, Sept 11, 1997; Seattle AL, June 16, 2001

MISCEllANEOuS
MOST CLUB GAMES WON, SEASON — 116, 2001 TIED MOST CLUB GAMES WON, APRIL — 20, 2001 TIED

AMERICAN lEAguE
MOST CLUB WINS, SEASON — 116, 2001 MOST CLUB WINS, ROAD — 59, 2001 MOST AT-BATS, ROOKIE — 692, Ichiro Suzuki (2001) MOST HOME RUNS, FIRST TWO MAJOR LEAGUE GAMES — 2, Alvin Davis (4/11-13/84); Kenji Johjima (4/34/06) TIED MOST HR THROUGH MAY 31 — 24, Ken Griffey Jr. (1997) MOST HR THROUGH JUNE 30 — 33, Ken Griffey Jr. (1998) MOST M.L. BALLPARKS, ONE OR MORE HOME RUNS, SEASON — 16, Ken Griffey Jr. (1998) MOST PLAYERS WITH 40 OR MORE HOME RUNS, SEASON — 2, 1996 (Ken Griffey Jr. 46, Jay Buhner 44), 1997 (Ken Griffey Jr. 56, Jay Buhner 40), 1998 (Ken Griffey Jr. 56, Alex Rodriguez 42) & 1999 (Ken Griffey Jr. 48, Alex Rodriguez 42) TIED MOST HITS BY A ROOKIE CATCHER — 147, Johjima 2006 MOST PLAYERS WITH THREE OR MORE HOME RUNS IN A GAME, SEASON — 3 (Dan Wilson, Ken Griffey Jr., Edgar Martinez), 1998 TIED MOST CONSECUTIVE STOLEN BASES - 45, Ichiro Suzuki, April 29, 2006-May 16. 2007 MOST CONSECUTIVE STOLEN BASES, SEASON - 39, Ichiro Suzuki, April 29, 2006-Sept. 30, 2006 MOST PUTOUTS, SEASON, CATCHER - 1051, Dan Wilson (1997) MOST ERRORS, Third Baseman, Game — 4, Edgar Martinez (5/6/90) TIED MOST RUNS, BOTH CLUBS, NINTH INNING — 15, Tor. (11) at Sea. (4), 7/20/84 MOST STRIKEOUTS BY A LEFT-HANDED PITCHER, 9-INNING GAME — 19, Randy Johnson vs. Oak. (6/24/97) & vs. Chi. (8/8/97) MOST BALKS BY ONE PITCHER, 9-INNING GAME — 4, Gene Walter vs. Det. (7/18/88) TIED MOST CONSECUTIVE STRIKEOUTS, CLUB, GAME — 8, at Bos. (4/29/86 - 3 in 4th & 5th, 2 in 6th) FEWEST SHUTOUT GAMES WON OR TIED, SEASON — 1, Sea. (1977) TIED MOST IBB, SEASON — 94, Sea. (1980) MOST YEARS LEADING LEAGUE IN ERRORS, SECOND BASEMAN — 4, Harold Reynolds (1987-1990) TIED MOST TOTAL BASES, GAME – 16 – Mike Cameron, Seattle, May 2, 2002 (4 HR) TIED MOST PLAYERS, 40-OR-MORE HOMERS, SEASON – 2 – Seattle, 1996 (Griffey 49, Buhner 44), 1997 (Griffey 56, Buhner 40), 1998 (Griffey 56, Rodriguez 42), 1999 (Griffey 48, Rodriguez 42) - TIED

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MOST STRIKEOUTS IN ONE INNING — 4, Matt Young at Bos. (9/9/90); Kazuhiro Sasaki at Tex. (4/4/03); Felix Hernandez vs. Min. (6/3/10) TIED FEWEST GRAND SLAMS ALLOWED, CLUB, SEASON — 0, 1987 TIED MOST GRAND SLAMS ALLOWED, SEASON — 4, Mike Schooler (1992) TIED MOST WILD PITCHES IN AN INNING - 4, R.A. Dickey (5th inning) August 17, 2008 TIED MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS, LEADING MLB, WALKS 3, Randy Johnson, 1990-92 TIED

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HIGHEST FIELDING PERCENTAGE, SEASON — .989, 2003 (5839 TC, 65E) TIED FEWEST ERRORS, SEASON — 65, 2003 MOST TOTAL CHANCES BY CENTER FIELDER WITHOUT AN ERROR, SEASON — 415, Franklin Gutierriez (2010) MOST CONSECUTIVE ERORLESS GAMES, FIRST BASE — 350, Casey Kotchman (2010 w/ SEA) MOST CONSECUTIVE ERRORLESS CHANCES, FIRST BASE — 2,980, Casey Kotchman (2010 w/SEA) MOST PUTOUTS BY FIRST BASEMAN, 9-INNING GAME — 22, Alvin Davis vs. N.Y. (5/28/88) TIED MOST ASSISTS BY FIRST BASEMAN, INNING — 3, Jim Maler at Cle. (4/29/82); John Olerud (5/21/02) TIED MOST ASSISTS BY SECOND BASEMAN, 9-INNING GAME — 12, Harold Reynolds vs. Bal. (8/27/86) TIED MOST ASSISTS BY INFIELD, CLUB, 9-INNING GAME — 22, Sea. vs. N.Y. (5/28/88) MOST CAREER ERRORLESS GAMES BY THIRD BASEMAN — 99, Jeff Cirillo, TIED MOST LEFTFIELDERS USED, 9-INNING GAME — 5, Sea. vs. Oak. (9/11/92) TIED

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The Mariners have recorded 3 of the 25 American League instances where a pitcher has struck out 4 pitchers in an inning…Felix Hernandez accomplished this last on 6/3/10 vs. Minnesota, becoming the 9th AL pitchers to K all 4 batters he faced: Pitcher Matt Young Kazuhiro Sasaki Felix Hernandez Date 9/9/90 4/4/03 6/3/10 202 Opp. at BOS at TEX vs. MIN Inning 1st 9th 8th

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AARDSMA, David, rhp (2009-10) ABBOTT, Glenn, rhp (1977-81, 83) ABBOTT, Paul, rhp (1998-02) ACKER, Jim, rhp (1992) * ACKLEY, Dustin, inf (2011-) AGOSTO, Juan, lhp (1992) ALFONZO, Eliezer, c (2010) ALLARD, Brian, rhp (1981) * ALLEN, Jamie, inf (1983) ALLEN, Kim, of (1980-81) ALLEN, Rod, of (1983) AMARAL, Rich, inf (1991-98) ANDERSEN, Larry, rhp (1981-82) ANDERSON, Jim, inf (1980-81) ANDERSON, Rick, rhp (1980) ANTHONY, Eric, of (1994) * ATCHISON, Scott, rhp (2004-05) AUERBACH, Rick, inf (1981) AURILIA, Rich, inf (2004) AYALA, Bobby, rhp (1994-98) AYRAULT, Bob, rhp (1993) BACKMAN, Wally, inf (1993) * BAEK, Cha Seung, rhp (2004, 2006-08) BAEZ, Jose, inf (1977-78) BALBONI, Steve, inf (1988) BALDWIN, James, rhp (2002) * BALENTIEN, Wladimir, of (2007-09) BANKHEAD, Scott, rhp (1987-91) BANNISTER, Floyd, lhp (1979-82) BARD, Josh, c (2010-11) BAROJAS, Salome, rhp (1984-85) BARTON, Shawn, lhp (1992) BATISTA, Miguel, rhp (2007-09) BEAMON, Charlie, inf (1978-79) BEARD, Dave, rhp (1984) BEATTIE, Jim, rhp (1980-86) BEAVAN, Blake, rhp (2011-) BEDARD, Erik, lhp (2007-11) BELCHER, Tim, rhp (1995) BELTRE, ADRIAN, inf (2005-09) BELL, David, inf (1998-2001) BENES, Andy, rhp (1995) BENIQUEZ, Juan, of (1980) BENITEZ, Armando, rhp (2003) BERNAZARD, Tony, inf (1983) BERNHARDT, Juan, int (1977-79) * BEST, Karl, rhp (1983-86) * BETANCOURT, Yuniesky, inf (2005-09) BLACK, Bud, lhp (1981) * BLACKLEY, Travis, lhp (2004) * BLOOMQUIST, Willie, inf (2002-08) BLOWERS, Mike, inf (1992-95, 97, 99) BOCHTE, Bruce, inf (1978-82) BOCACHICA, Hiram, of (2004) * BOHN, T.J., of (2006) BONNELL, Barry, of (1984-86) * BOONE, Bret, inf (1992-93, 2001-05) BORCHARD, Joe, of (2006) BORDI, Rich, rhp (1982) BORDERS, Pat, c (2001-2005) BOSIO, Chris, rhp (1993-96) BOSKIE, Shawn, rhp (1994) BOSLEY, Thad, of (1982) BOURNIGAL, Rafael, inf (1999) BRADLEY, Milton, of (2010-11) * BRADLEY, Phil, of (1983-87) BRADLEY, Scott, c (1986-1992) * BRAGG, Darren, of (1994-96) BRANCH, Roy, rhp (1979) * BRANTLEY, Mickey, of (1986-89) BRANYAN, Russell, info (2009-10) BRAUN, Steve, of (1977-78) * BRILEY, Greg, of (1988-92) BROUSSARD, Ben, inf/of (2006-07) BROWN, Bobby, of (1982) BROWN, Kevin, lhp (1992) BROWN, Mike, rhp (1986-87) BROWN, Tom, rhp (1978) BRUMLEY, Mike, inf (1990) * BUBELA, Jaime, of (2005) BUHNER, Jay, of (1988-2001) BULLING, Terry, c (1981-83) BULLINGER, Jim, rhp (1998) BUNCH, Mel, rhp (1999) * BURBA, Dave, rhp (1990-91) BURKE, Jamie, c (2007-09) BURKE, Steve, rhp (1977-78) BURROUGHS, Jeff, of (1981) BYRNES, Eric, of (2010) CABRERA, Jolbert, inf/of (2004) CAIRO, Miguel, inf (2008) CALDERON, Ivan, of (1984-86) CAMERON, Mike, of (2000-2003) CAMPBELL, Mike, rhp (1987-89) CAMPILLO, Jorge, rhp (2005-07) CARMONA, Rafael, rhp (1995-99) CARP, Mike, inf (2009-) CARRARA, Giovanni, rhp (2003) CASTILLO, Manny, inf (1982-83) CAUDILL, Bill, rhp (1982-83) CEDENO, Domingo, inf (1999) CEDENO, Ronny, inf (2009) CHAMBERS, Al, of (1983-85) CHARLTON, Norm, lhp (93,95-97,2001) CHAVEZ, Endy, of (2009) CHAVEZ, Raul, c (1998) CHICK, Travis, rhp (2006) CHOO, Shin-Soo, of (2005-2006) CHRISTENSEN, John, of (1987) CIRILLO, Jeff, inf (2002-03) CLARK, Bryan, lhp (1981-83, 1990) CLARKE, Stan, lhp (1987) CLAY, Ken, rhp (1981) CLEMENT, Jeff, c (2007-08) CLOUDE, Ken, rhp (1997-99) COCHRANE, Dave, inf/c (1989-92) COLBORN, Jim, rhp (1978) COLBRUNN, Greg, inf (2003) COLEMAN, Vince, of (1995) COLES, Darnell, inf (1983-85,1988-90) COLLINS, Dave, of (1977) COLOME, Jesus, rhp (2010) COMSTOCK, Keith, lhp (1989-91) CONVERSE, Jim, rhp (1993-94) CORA, Joey, inf (1995-98) CORCORAN, Roy, rhp (2008-09) CORDERO, Chad, rhp (2010) CORTES, Dan, rhp (2010-11) COTTO, Henry, of (1988-93) COWENS, AI, of (1982-86) COX, Larry, c (1977, 1979-80) COX, Ted, inf (1980) CRADLE, Rickey, of (1998) CRAIG, Rodney, inf (1979-80) CREEK, Doug, lhp (2002) CRUCETA, Francisco, rhp (2006) CRUZ Jr., Jose, of (1997) CRUZ, Julio, inf (1977-83) CRUZ, Todd, inf (1982-83) CUMMINGS, John, lhp (1993-95) CUST, Jack, dh (2011) DARWIN, Jeff, rhp (1994) DAVEY, Tom, rhp (1999) DAVIS, Alvin, inf (1984-91) DAVIS, Ben, c, (2002-2004) DAVIS, Jason, rhp (2007) DAVIS, Russ, inf (1996-99) DAVIS, Tim, lhp (1994-97) DAVISON, Scott, rhp (1995-96) DECKER, Joe, rhp (1979) DELABAR, Steve, rhp (2011-) DeLEON, Luis, rhp (1989) DELGADO, Luis, of (1977) DeLUCIA, Rich, rhp (1990-93) DIAZ, Alex, of (1995-96) DIAZ, Mario, inf (1987-89) DICKEY, R.A., rhp (2008) * DOBBS, Greg, inf (2004-06) DRAGO, Dick, rhp (1981) DRESSLER, Rob, rhp (1979-80) DUCEY, Rob, of (1997-98) DUNNE, Mike, rhp (1989) EAVE, Gary, rhp (1990) * EDLER, Dave, inf (1980-83) ELLISON, Jason, of (2007) ERARDI, Greg, rhp (1977) ESPINOZA, Alvaro, inf (1997) ESSIAN, Jim, c (1982) EVERETT, Carl, of (2006) FASSERO, Jeff, lhp (1997-99) * FEIERABEND, Ryan, lhp (2006-08) FELDER, Mike, of (1993) FERMIN, Felix, inf (1994-95) FIELDS, Bruce, of (1988-89) FIGGINS, Chone, inf (2010-) FIREOVID, Steve, rhp (1986) * FIROVA, Dan, c (1981-82) FISHER, Brian, rhp (1992) * FISTER, Doug, rhp (2009-11) FITZGERALD, Brian, lhp (2002) * FLEMING, Dave, lhp (1991-95) FOSSAS, Tony, lhp (1998) FOSSE, Ray, c (1977) * FRANKLIN, Ryan, rhp (1999,2001-05) FRENCH, Luke, lhp (2009-10) FREY, Steve, lhp (1995) * FRUTO, Emiliano, rhp (2006) * FUENTES, Brian, lhp (2001) FURBUSH, Charlie, lhp (2011-) GAJKOWSKI, Steve, rhp (1998) GALASSO, Bob, rhp (1977,1981) GARCIA, Freddy, rhp (1999-2004) GARDINER, Mike, rhp (1990) GATES, Brent, inf (1997) GEISEL, Dave, lhp (1984-85) GILES, Brian, inf (1990) GIMENEZ, Chris, c/of (2011) GIPSON, Charles, of (1998-02) GLEATON, Jerry Don, lhp (1981-82) GLINATSIS, George, rhp (1994) GONZALEZ, Wiki, c (2005) GOSSAGE, Rich, rhp (1994) GRANT, Mark, rhp (1992) GRAY, Gary, inf (1981-82) GRAY, Jeff, rhp (2011) GREEN, Nick, inf (2007) GREEN, Sean, rhp (2006-08) GRIFFEY, Ken, of (1990-91) GRIFFEY Jr., Ken, of (1989-99, 09-10) GUARDADO, Eddie, lhp (2004-06) GUETTERMAN, Lee, lhp (1984-87, 95-96) GUEVARA, Giomar, inf (1997-99) GUILLEN, Carlos, inf (1998-2003) GUILLEN, Jose, of (2007) GULDEN, Brad, c (1981) GUNDERSON, Eric, lhp (1992) GUTIERREZ, Franklin, of (2009-) HALAMA, John, lhp (1999-02) HALE, John, of (1978-79) HALL, Bill, inf/of (2009) HALMAN, Greg, of (2010-11) HAMPTON, Mike, lhp (1993) HANNAHAN, Jack, inf (2009) HANSEN, Dave, inf (2004-05) HANSON, Erik, rhp (1988-93) HARIKKALA, Tim, rhp (1995-96) HARRIS, Gene, rhp (1989-92) HARRIS, Jeff, rhp (2005-06) HASEGAWA, Shigetoshi, rhp (2002-05) HASELMAN, Bill, c (1992-94) HEAVERLO, Dave, rhp (1980) HEFFERNAN, Bert, c (1992) HENDERSON, Dave, of (1981-86)

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COTTIER, Chuck (1984-86) CRANDALL, Del (1983-84) HARGROVE, Mike (2005-07) JOHNSON, Darrell (1977-80) LACHEMANN, Rene (1981-83) LEFEBVRE, Jim (1989-91) MARTINEZ, Marty (1986) McLAREN, John (2007-08) MELVIN, Bob (2003-2004) PINIELLA, Lou (1993-2002) PLUMMER, Bill (1992) RIGGLEMAN, Jim (2008) SNYDER, Jim (1988) WAKAMATSU, Don (2009-10) WEDGE, Eric (2011-) WILLIAMS, Dick (1986-88) WILLS, Maury (1980-81) ADAIR, Rick, (2009-10) ALDRETTI, Mike (2004) BARFIELD, Jesse (1998-99) BAYLOR, Don (2005) BEDELL, Howie (1988) BOWA, Larry (2000) BRUMLEY, Mike (2010-) BRYANT, Don (1977-80) BUSBY, Jim (1977-78) CHAMBLISS, Chris (2011-) CHARLTON, Norm (2008) CHAVES, Rafael (2006-07) CLARK, Ron (1991)

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CLINES, Gene (1989-92) COCKRELL, Alan (2009-10) CONNORS, Billy (1987-88) CONTRERAS, Nardi (1997-98) COTTIER, Chuck (1982-84) CUELLAR, Bobby (1995-96) DATZ, Jeff (2011-) DAVIS, Tommy (1981) DIDIER, Bob (1989-90) DUNCAN, Dave (1982) ELIA, Lee (1993-97, 2001-02, 2008) ELLIS, Sammy (1993-94) FUNK, Frank (1980-81, 1983-84) GARCIA, Carlos (2005-07) GOFF, Mike (2005-07) GOMEZ, Orlando (2003-04) GRIFFEY, Ken (1993) HANSEN, Roger (1992) HASSEY, Ron (2005-2006) HECHT, Steve (2009-10) HINES, Ben (1984) HINES, Bruce (2009) HOWARD, Frank (1987-88) JOHNSON, Deron (1985-86) JOHNSON, Lamar (2003) KUNTZ, Rusty (1989-92) LACHEMANN, Rene (2003-04) MAHONEY, Jim (1985-86) MARTINEZ, Marty (1984-86, 92) MAZEROSKI, Bill (1979-80) McLAREN, John (1993-02, 2007) MEJIAS, Sammy (1993-99) MOLITOR, Paul (2004) MOSES, John (2000-03)

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HOME RuN NOTES
IN THE KINGDOME YEAR SEA 1977 75 1978 58 1979 88 1980 74 52 1981# 1982 78 1983 64 1984 68 1985 92 1986 97 1987 103 1988 97 1989 68 49 1990 1991 69 1992 78 1993 74 1994+ 63 101 1995^ 1996 121 142 1997 1998 117 1999‡ 75 Total 1802 OPP 103 93 94 99 53 104 80 82 74 99 115 82 67 60 69 63 66 44 73 116 102 101 59 1825 TOTAL 178 151 *182 *173 *105 182 144 150 166 196 218 *179 135 109 138 141 140 107 174 237 244 218 134 3627 M's SEASON TOTAL 133 97 132 104 89 130 111 129 171 158 161 148 134 107 126 149 161 153 182 245 *264 234 *244 3380 IN SAFECO FIELD YEAR SEA 1999‡‡ 47 2000 92 2001 79 2002 64 69 2003 2004% 71 2005 63 2006 81 2007 77 2008 59 2009 76 2010 35 2011* 57 870 Total OPP 46 72 68 82 89 108 78 86 75 76 80 69 77 1006 TOTAL 93 164 147 146 158 179 141 167 152 135 156 104 132 1874 M's SEASON TOTAL 244* 198 169 152 139 136 130 172 153 124 160 101 109 2087

HISTORY

Most in Major Leagues #110 games ‡42 games +112 games ‡‡39 games ^145 games %82 games *84 games

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ATTENDANCE INFORMATION
YEAR-BY-YEAR
YEAR HOME DATES 1977 1,338,511 76 1978 877,440 78 844,455 80 1979 1980 836,204 80 1981 636,276 56 1982 1,070,404 81 1983 813,537 81 1984 870,372 81 1985 1,128,696 81 1986 1,029,045 81 1987 1,134,255 81 1988 1,022,398 81 1989 1,298,443 81 1990 1,509,727 81 1991 2,147,905 81 1992 1,651,398 81 1993 2,051,853 81 1994 1,104,206 44 1995 1,643,107 73 1996 2,723,850 81 1997 3,192,237 81 1998 2,644,305 81 1999 2,916,346 81 3,150,034 81 2000 2001 3,507,975 81 2002 3,540,482 81 2003 3,269,268 81 2004 2,942,054 81 2005 2,725,549 81 2006 2,481,375 81 2007 2,672,485 81 2008 2,332,530 81 2009 2,196,461 81 2010 2,085,630 81 2011 1,896,936 81 TOTAl 67,285,749 2755 AVg. ROAD DATES 17,612 1,109,194 78 11,249 1,122,624 72 10,556 1,381,572 76 10,453 1,396,912 79 11,362 804,473 51 13,215 1,354,339 77 10,044 1,492,526 81 10,745 1,491,641 81 13,935 1,470,790 81 12,704 1,558,546 78 14,003 1,795,683 80 12,622 1,845,049 78 16,030 1,943,845 79 18,639 2,193,421 80 26,517 2,205,667 80 20,388 2,160,309 80 25,332 2,307,636 81 25,096 1,971,240 67 22,508 1,777,159 72 33,628 2,221,343 79 39,410 2,409,664 80 32,646 2,410,478 78 36,004 2,446,783 80 38,889 2,208,974 80 43,308 2,572,884 81 43,710 2,233,133 81 40,361 2,197,822 80 36,322 2,260,923 80 33,649 2,235,852 81 30,633 2,320,358 81 32,994 2,602,141 79 28,797 2,415,640 81 27,117 2,209,927 79 25,752 2,252,588 81 23,419 2,257,736 81 24,424 68,638,872 2733 AVg. 14,220 15,592 18,179 17,682 15,774 17,589 18,426 19,124 18,158 19,482 22,446 23,654 24,606 27,418 27,571 27,004 28,489 29,421 24,683 28,118 30,121 30,904 30,585 27,612 31,764 27,570 27,473 28,262 27,603 28,648 32,938 29,823 27,974 27,810 27,873 25,112 TOTAl 2,447,705 2,000,064 2,226,027 2,233,116 1,440,749 2,424,743 2,306,063 2,362,013 2,599,486 2,587,591 2,929,938 2,867,447 3,242,288 3,703,148 4,353,572 3,811,707 4,359,489 3,075,446 3,420,266 4,945,193 5,601,901 5,054,783 5,363,129 5,359,008 6,080,859 5,773,615 5,467,090 5,202,977 4,961,401 4,801,639 5,274,626 4,748,170 4,406,388 4,338,218 4,154,672 135,924,621

Top 10 Crowds
Highest – Safeco
1— 2— 3— 4— 5— 6— 7— 8— 9— 10 — 46,596 vs. N.Y. (5/9/04) 46,532 vs. N.Y. (8/14/04) 46,491 vs. N.Y. (5/7/04) 46,454 vs. N.Y. (5/8/04) 46,376 vs. BOS (8/5/07) 46,359 vs. N.Y. (8/13/04) 46,340 vs. CIN (6/22/07) 46,337 vs. TEX (3/31/08) 46,335 vs. N.Y. (8/15/04) 46,325 vs. BOS (7/21/06)

Lowest – Safeco
1— 2— 3— 4— 5— 6— 7— 8— 9— 10 — 11,701 vs. BAL (5/31/11) 12,411 vs. DET (4/19/11) 12,428 vs. TOR (4/13/11) 12,764 vs. OAK (4/21/11) 12,783 vs. DET (4/18/11) 12,804 vs. TEX (5/3/11) 13,087 vs. TOR (4/11/11) 13,339 vs. DET (4/20/11) 13,910 vs. TEX (5/4/11) 14,217 vs. TEX (5/5/11)

Highest – Kingdome
1— 2— 3— 4— 5— 6— 7— 8— 9— 10 — 57,816 vs. Cle. (3/31/98) 57,806 vs. Min. (4/11/94) 57,762 vs. Cal. (4/6/77) 57,574 vs. N.Y. (4/1/97) 57,502 vs. Chi. (3/31/96) 57,408 vs. Bal. (5/18/97) 57,362 vs. N.Y. (8/22/97) 57,356 vs. N.Y. (6/14/97) 57,300 vs. Bal. (5/17/97) 57,285 vs. N.Y. (8/23/97)

2011 HOME CROWDS Safeco Largest: Safeco Smallest:
45,876 vs. OAK (4/11/10) 43,695 vs. BOS (7/24/10) 43,362 vs. CIN (6/18/10) 11,701 vs. BAL (5/31/11) 12,411 vs. DET (4/19/11) 12,428 vs. TOR (4/13/11)

HISTORY

MARINERS HOME ATTENDANCE RECORDS
Season .....................................................................3,540,482 in 2002 Single game (night)................................57,806 vs. Min., April 11, 1994 Single game (day) ................................57,816 vs. Cle., March 31, 1998 Single game (playoff) .......................... 59,579 vs. Bal., October 1, 1997 Doubleheader .......................................41,365 vs. KC, August 28, 2004 Opening Game .....................................57,816 vs. Cle., March 31, 1998 Largest Walk-up ....................................... 23,625 vs. N.Y., May 9, 1981 Largest Day of Game Sale ..................... 30,220 vs. Min., July 29, 1993 Home vs. one club, season .............442,176 vs. Tex. in 2001 (10 dates) 2-Date Series ................................ 114,443 vs. L.A., June 14-15, 1997 3-Date Series ..............................169,086 vs. N.Y., August 22-24, 1997 4-Date Series ..................................183,950 vs. Cle., August 1-4, 2002 5-Date Series ................................... 117,824 vs. Cal., April 6-10, 1977 Smallest Crowd ............................. 3,630 vs. K.C., September 28, 1983 Largest Seattle Baseball Crowd .........59,579, 1997 ALDS Game 1, Oct. 1, 1997

CROWDS BY OPPONENT
Baltimore Boston Chicago Cleveland Detroit Kansas City Los Angeles (AL) Minnesota New York Yankees Oakland Tampa Bay Texas Toronto Arizona Atlanta Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Colorado Florida Houston Los Angeles (NL) Milwaukee New York Mets Philadelphia Pittsburgh St. Louis San Diego San Francisco Washington HOME 57,408 (5/18/97) 57,110 (4/5/97) 57,502 (3/31/96) 57,816 (3/31/98) 57,103 (5/31/97) 49,802 (7/19/97) 57,762 (4/6/77) 57,806 (4/11/94) 57,574 (4/1/97) 56,533 (9/20/96) 46,867 (5/24/98) 56,044 (4/6/92) 56,074 (8/28/93) 45,888 (7/17/01) 45,971 (6/14/03) 46,083 (6/7/02) 46,340 (6/22/07) 55,980 (6/13/97) 24,159 (6/18/08) 34,273 (6/8/04) 57,345 (6/14/97) 56,882 (4/6/96) 45,841 (6/19/05) 27,162 (6/16/05) 24,520 (6/19/07) 45,849 (6/12/02) 45,641 (6/29/03) 48,313 (7/1/97) 43,346 (6/13/04) ROAD 48,199 (7/26/98) 38,115 (7/23/11) 45,646 (9/17/83) 59,671 (6/9/89) 44,207 (5/27/77) 39,447 (6/27/87) 59,860 (4/21/85) 52,279 (4/6/82) 55,593 (6/15/83) 46,786 (4/17/81) 40,212 (5/30/98) 49,103 (7/4/01) 50,527 (8/20/93) 48,488 (6/27/98) 47,158 (6/21/08) 40,163 (6/13/07) 27,908 (6/20/02) 48,422 (8/28/97) 20,519 (6/7/05) 42,019 (6/17/07) 54,213 (8/31/97) 47,119 (5/29/94) 52,154 (6/25/08) 21,145 (6/15/03) 30,217 (6/20/04) 40,269 (6/15/10) 61,065 (6/16/01) 40,930 (6/11/00) 39,108 (6/11/05)

MARINERS ROAD ATTENDANCE RECORDS
Season ................................................................... 2,602,141 in 2007 Single game ................................61,065 at San Diego, June 16, 2001 Smallest crowd.................................... 653 at Oakland, April 17, 1979

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Dan Wilson and Randy Johnson celebrate the Mariners first trip to the postseason

2001 AL DIVISION SERIES
Mariners defeat Indians, 3-2
The Mariners reached the playoffs for the fourth time in seven years after winning an American League record 116 games during the regular season. Seattle defeated the Indians 3-2 in the Division Series to advance to its second ALCS in club history. Edgar Martinez led the way during the Division series, batting .313 (5x16) with 2 home runs and 5 RBI. LHP Jamie Moyer won Games #2&5 to go 2-0, 1.50 during the 5-game series. Game #1: October 9, 2001 at Safeco Field Cleveland 000 301 010 — 5 11 1 Seattle 000 000 000 — 0 6 1 HR - Burks Game #2: October 11, 2001 at Safeco Field Cleveland 000 000 100 — 1 6 0 Seattle 400 010 00X — 5 6 0 HR - Cameron, Martinez, Bell Game #3: October 13, 2001 at Jacobs Field Seattle 100 000 100 — 2 7 3 Cleveland 224 013 05X — 17 19 0 HR - Gonzalez, Lofton, Thome Game #4: October 14, 2001 at Jacobs Field Seattle 000 000 312 — 6 11 0 Cleveland 010 000 100 — 2 5 2 HR - Gonzalez, Martinez Game #5, October 15, 2001 at Safeco Field Cleveland 001 000 000 — 1 4 0 Seattle 020 000 10X — 3 9 1 SP/WP - Colon SP/LP - Garcia

Att: 48,003

SP/LP - Finley SP/WP - Moyer

Att: 48,052

SP/LP - Sele SP/WP - Sabathia

Att: 45,069

SP/WP - Garcia SP/LP - Colon

Att: 45,025

SP/LP - Finley SP/WP - Moyer; S - Sasaki

Att: 47,867

CLUB BATTING
PLAYER Bell,D Boone,B Buhner,J Cameron,M Gipson Jr,C Javier,S Lampkin,T Martin,A Martinez,E McLemore,M Olerud,J Sprague,E Suzuki,I Vazquez,R Wilson,D SEATTLE CLEVELAND AVG .313 .095 .000 .222 .000 .250 .000 .000 .313 .167 .176 .000 .600 .000 .200 .247 .260 G 5 5 2 5 1 4 2 3 5 5 5 1 5 1 5 5 5 AB 16 21 3 18 1 8 2 2 16 18 17 1 20 0 15 158 173 R 2 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 3 0 1 0 4 0 0 16 26 H 5 2 0 4 0 2 0 0 5 3 3 0 12 0 3 39 45 TB 9 2 0 10 0 3 0 0 12 3 3 0 13 0 4 59 71 2B 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 8 9 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 HR 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5 RBI 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 5 3 1 0 2 0 0 16 25 BB 1 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 5 1 3 0 1 0 0 18 13 SO 6 11 1 7 0 1 2 0 2 8 5 0 0 0 5 48 43 SB 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 CS 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 0

POSTSEASON

CLUB PITCHING
PITCHER Abbott,P Charlton,N Garcia,F Halama,J Moyer,J Nelson,J Paniagua,J Rhodes,A Sasaki,K Sele,A SEATTLE CLEVELAND W 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 L 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 ERA 24.00 0.00 3.86 0.00 1.50 0.00 27.00 0.00 0.00 9.00 4.70 3.35 G 1 1 2 2 2 3 2 3 3 1 5 5 GS 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 5 5 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 IP 3.0 1.2 11.2 3.0 12.0 3.0 2.0 2.2 3.0 2.0 44.0 43.0 H 9 0 13 3 8 1 4 1 1 5 45 39 R 8 0 6 0 2 0 6 0 0 4 26 16 ER 8 0 5 0 2 0 6 0 0 2 23 16 HR 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 4 BB 5 0 3 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 13 18 SO 3 2 13 3 10 5 1 1 5 0 43 48

210

2001 AL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Yankees defeat Mariners, 4-1
The Mariners fell short of reaching the first World Series in club history, dropping the ALCS to the Yankees for the second consecutive season. Bret Boone led the Mariners on offense batting .316 (6x19) with 2 home runs. Jamie Moyer capped his excellent postseason earning the win in Game #3 allowing 4 hits and 2 runs in 7.0 innings. Game #1: October 17, 2001 at Safeco Field New York 010 200 001 — 4 9 0 Seattle 000 010 001 — 2 4 0 HR - O’Neill Game #2: October 18, 2001 at Safeco Field New York 030 000 000 — 3 9 1 Seattle 000 200 000 — 2 6 0 HR - Javier SP/WP - Pettitte; S - Rivera SP/LP - Sele

Att: 47,644

SP/WP - Mussina; S - Rivera SP/LP - Garcia

Att: 47,791

Game #3: October 20, 2001 at Yankee Stadium Seattle 000 027 212 — 14 15 0 SP/WP - Moyer New York 200 000 010 — 3 7 2 SP/LP - Hernandez HR - Williams, Olerud, Boone, Buhner Game #4: October 21, 2001 at Yankee Stadium Seattle 000 000 010 — 1 2 0 New York 000 000 012 — 3 4 0 HR - Boone, Williams, Soriano Game #5: October 22, 2001 at Yankee Stadium Seattle 000 000 300 — 3 9 1 New York 004 104 03X — 12 13 1 HR - Williams, O’Neill, TMartinez SP - Abbott; LP - Sasaki SP - Clemens; WP - Rivera

Att: 56,517

Att: 56,375

SP/LP - Sele SP/WP - Pettitte

Att: 56,370

CLUB BATTING
PLAYER Bell,D Boone,B Buhner,J Cameron,M Gipson Jr,C Guillen,C Javier,S Lampkin,T Martin,A Martinez,E McLemore,M Olerud,J Suzuki,I Wilson,D SEATTLE NEW YORK AVG .188 .316 .333 .176 .000 .250 .214 .250 .500 .150 .143 .211 .222 .154 .211 .264 G 5 5 3 5 2 3 5 2 2 5 5 5 5 4 5 5 AB 16 19 6 17 1 8 14 4 2 20 14 19 18 13 171 159 R 1 2 2 3 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 2 3 2 22 25 H 3 6 2 3 0 2 3 1 1 3 2 4 4 2 36 42 TB 3 12 5 5 0 2 6 1 3 4 4 7 5 2 59 70 2B 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 7 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 HR 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 7 RBI 4 6 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 3 1 0 20 24 BB 0 2 1 4 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 2 4 0 18 23 SO 3 2 3 4 0 1 3 2 0 6 2 4 4 1 35 31 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 3 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

POSTSEASON

CLUB PITCHING
PITCHER Abbott,P Charlton,N Garcia,F Halama,J Moyer,J Nelson,J Paniagua,J Pineiro,J Rhodes,A Sasaki,K Sele,A SEATTLE NEW YORK W 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 L 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 1 ERA 0.00 0.00 3.68 13.50 2.57 0.00 12.27 4.50 4.50 54.00 3.60 4.36 3.80 G 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 5 5 GS 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 5 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 IP 5.0 1.2 7.1 2.0 7.0 2.1 3.2 2.0 2.0 0.1 10.0 43.1 45.0 H 0 1 7 3 4 1 7 4 2 2 11 42 36 R 0 0 3 3 2 0 5 1 1 2 8 25 22 ER 0 0 3 3 2 0 5 1 1 2 4 21 19 HR 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 7 5 BB 8 2 4 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 4 23 18 SO 2 2 6 0 5 3 1 5 2 0 5 31 35

211

2000 AL DIVISION SERIES
Mariners defeat White Sox, 3-0
Behind what was then a club-record 91 victories, the Mariners clinched the American League Wild Card berth on the final day of the regular season. The Mariners swept the AL Central champion Chicago White Sox in the Division Series. The Mariners clinched the series sweep on a suicide squeeze bunt by Carlos Guillen in the bottom of the 9th inning to give the Mariners a 2-1 win in the first postseason game at Safeco Field. Game #1: October 3, 2000 at Comiskey Park Seattle 210 000 100 3 — 7 13 0 SP - Garcia; WP - Mesa; S - Sasaki Chicago 022 000 000 0 — 4 9 0 SP - Parque; LP - Foulke HR - Oliver, Durham, Martinez, Olerud Game #2: October 4, 2000 at Comiskey Park Seattle 020 110 001 — 5 9 1 Chicago 101 000 000 — 2 5 1 HR - Buhner Game #3: October 6, 2000 at Safeco Field Chicago 010 000 000 — 1 3 1 Seattle 000 100 001 — 2 6 0 SP/WP - Abbott; S - Sasaki SP/LP - Sirotka

Att: 45,290

Att: 45,383

SP - Baldwin; LP - Wunsch SP - Sele; WP - Paniagua

Att: 48,010

CLUB BATTING
PLAYER Bell,D Buhner,J Cameron,M Guillen,C Henderson,R Ibanez,R Javier,S Martin,A Martinez,E McLemore,M Olerud,J Oliver,J Rodriguez,A Wilson,D SEATTLE CHICAGO AVG .364 .200 .250 1.000 .400 .375 .167 .000 .364 .111 .300 .250 .308 .000 .283 .185 G 3 2 3 1 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 AB 11 5 12 1 5 8 6 1 11 9 10 4 13 3 99 92 R 0 1 2 0 3 2 0 0 2 1 2 1 0 0 14 7 H 4 1 3 1 2 3 1 0 4 1 3 1 4 0 28 17 TB 5 4 3 1 2 3 1 0 8 1 6 4 4 0 42 30 2B 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 HR 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 1 RBI 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 1 2 1 14 6 BB 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 1 12 15 SO 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 13 16 SB 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

CLUB PITCHING
POSTSEASON
PITCHER Abbott,P Garcia,F Mesa,J Paniagua,J Rhodes,A Sasaki,K Sele,A Tomko,B SEATTLE CHICAGO W 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 ERA 1.59 10.80 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.23 0.00 1.93 3.95 G 1 1 2 2 3 2 1 1 3 3 GS 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 3 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 IP 5.2 3.1 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.0 7.1 2.2 28.0 27.1 H 5 6 0 1 0 1 3 1 17 28 R 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 14 ER 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 12 HR 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 BB 3 3 1 2 2 0 3 1 15 12 SO 1 2 2 3 2 5 1 0 16 13

NO-HITTERS
During the 35 years of Mariners baseball, there have been a pair of no-hitters, 10 1-hitters (last: Jarrod Washburn, 7/6/09 vs. BAL) and 30 2-hitters (last: Felix Hernandez, 9/23/10 at TOR)…listed below is the information on the Mariners 2 no-hitters: Pitcher Randy Johnson Chris Bosio Date 6/2/90 4/22/93 Opp. vs. DET vs. BOS Score IP 2-0 9.0 7-0 9.0 212 H 0 0 R 0 0 ER 0 0 BB 6 2 SO 8 4

2000 AL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Yankees defeat Mariners, 4-2
The Mariners dropped the AL Championship Series to the eventual World Series champion New York Yankees in six games. Seattle jumped ahead quickly in the series with a 2-0 win in Game #1, but the Yankees won the next three games to take a 3-1 lead. Seattle held a 4-3 lead after 6 innings in Game #6, before the Yankees clinched the series behind a 6-run 7th inning. Alex Rodriguez hit .409 (9x22) in the series with 2 home runs and 5 RBI and Freddy Garcia recorded both wins going 2-0 with a 1.54 ERA (2 ER, 11.2 IP. Game #1: October 10, 2000 at Yankee Stadium Seattle 000 001 100 — 2 5 0 New York 000 000 000 — 0 6 1 HR - Rodriguez Game #2: October 11, 2000 at Yankee Stadium Seattle 001 000 000 — 1 7 2 New York 000 000 07x — 7 14 0 HR - Jeter Game #3: October 13, 2000 at Safeco Field New York 021 001 004 — 8 13 0 Seattle 100 010 000 — 2 10 1 HR - Williams, TMartinez Game #4: October 14, 2000 at Safeco Field New York 000 030 020 — 5 5 0 Seattle 000 000 000 — 0 1 0 HR - Jeter, Justice Game #5: October 15, 2000 at Safeco Field New York 000 200 000 — 2 8 0 Seattle 100 050 00x — 6 8 0 HR - E. Martinez, Olerud Game #6: October 17, 2000 at Yankee Stadium Seattle 200 200 030 — 7 10 0 New York 000 300 60x — 9 11 0 HR - Guillen, Justice, Rodriguez SP/WP - Garcia; S - Sasaki SP/LP - Neagle

Att: 54,481

SP - Halama; LP - Rhodes SP/WP - Hernandez

Att: 55,317

SP/WP - Pettitte; S - Rivera SP/LP - Sele

Att: 47,827

SP/WP - CLEMENS SP/LP - Abbott

Att: 47,803

SP/LP - Neagle SP/WP - Garcia

Att: 47,802

SP - Halama; LP - Paniagua SP/WP - Hernandez

Att: 56,598

CLUB BATTING
PLAYER Bell,D Buhner,J Cameron,M Gipson Jr,C Guillen,C Henderson,R Ibanez,R Javier,S Martin,A Martinez,E McLemore,M Olerud,J Oliver,J Rodriguez,A Wilson,D SEATTLE NEW YORK AVG .222 .182 .111 .000 .200 .222 .000 .071 .182 .238 .250 .350 .167 .409 .091 .215 .279 G 5 4 6 2 2 3 6 4 4 6 5 6 4 6 4 6 6 AB 18 11 18 0 5 9 9 14 11 21 16 20 6 22 11 191 204 R 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 1 2 2 3 0 4 0 18 31 H 4 2 2 0 1 2 0 1 2 5 4 7 1 9 1 41 57 TB 4 2 2 0 4 3 0 1 4 9 7 13 1 17 1 68 85 2B 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 3 3 0 2 0 12 10 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 5 6 RBI 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 4 2 2 0 5 0 18 31 BB 0 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 2 3 2 2 1 3 1 21 25 SO 0 6 7 0 2 2 2 4 3 5 1 2 1 8 5 48 41 SB 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 4 CS 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

POSTSEASON

CLUB PITCHING
PITCHER Abbott,P Garcia,F Halama,J Mesa,J Paniagua,J Ramsay,R Rhodes,A Sasaki,K Sele,A Tomko,B SEATTLE NEW YORK W 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 L 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 4 2 ERA 5.40 1.54 2.89 12.46 4.15 0.00 31.50 0.00 6.00 7.20 5.37 3.06 G 1 2 2 3 5 2 4 2 1 2 6 6 GS 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 6 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 IP 5.0 11.2 9.1 4.1 4.1 1.2 2.0 2.2 6.0 5.0 52.0 53.0 H 3 10 10 5 4 2 8 3 9 3 57 41 R 3 2 3 6 2 0 7 0 4 4 31 18 ER 3 2 3 6 2 0 7 0 4 4 31 18 HR 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 6 5 BB 3 4 5 3 1 0 4 1 0 4 25 21 SO 3 11 3 3 4 1 5 3 4 4 41 48

213

1997 AL DIVISION SERIES
Orioles defeat Mariners, 3-1
The Mariners captured their second AL West title in three years, reaching the 90-win plateau for the first time in club history. Seattle lost the first two games of the AL Division Series against the Orioles by identical 9-3 scores at the Kingdome. The Mariners bounced back with a 4-2 win in Game #3 at Camden Yards, but dropped the series with a 3-1 loss in Game #4. Center fielder Ken Griffey Jr. was named the AL MVP, but hit .133 (2x15) in the playoff series. Game #1: October 1, 1997 at the Kingdome Baltimore 001 044 000 — 9 13 0 SP/WP - Mussina Seattle 000 100 101 — 3 7 1 SP/LP - Johnson HR—Berroa, Hoiles, Martinez, Buhner, Rodriguez Game #2: October 2, 1997 at the Kingdome Baltimore 010 020 240 — 9 14 0 Seattle 200 000 100 — 3 9 0 HR—Baines, Anderson Game #3: October 4, 1997 at Camden Yards Seattle 001 010 002 — 4 11 0 Baltimore 000 000 002 — 2 5 0 HR—Buhner, Sorrento Game #4: October 5, 1997 at Camden Yards Seattle 010 000 000 — 1 2 0 Baltimore 200 010 00x — 3 7 0 SP/WP - Erickson SP/LP - Moyer

Att: 59,579

Att: 59,309

SP/WP - Fassero SP/LP - Key

Att: 49,137

SP/LP - Johnson SP/WP - Mussina; S - Myers

Att: 48,766

CLUB BATTING
CLUB Amaral Blowers Buhner Cora Ducey Gates Griffey Jr. Kelly Martinez Rodriguez Sheets Sorrento Wilson SEATTLE BALTIMORE AVG .500 .200 .231 .176 .500 .000 .133 .308 .188 .313 .333 .300 .000 .218 .289 G 2 3 4 4 2 2 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 4 4 AB 4 5 13 17 4 4 15 13 16 16 3 10 13 133 135 R 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 2 0 11 23 H 0 1 3 3 2 0 2 4 3 5 1 3 0 29 39 TB 0 1 9 3 2 0 2 7 9 9 1 7 0 48 68 2B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 5 11 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HR 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 6 6 RBI 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 1 3 1 0 1 0 11 23 BB 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 7 16 SO 1 3 6 4 0 0 3 3 3 5 2 3 9 42 27 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

POSTSEASON

CLUB PITCHING
CLUB Ayala Charlton Fassero Johnson Moyer Slocumb Spoljaric Timlin Wells SEATTLE BALTIMORE W 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 L 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 ERA 40.50 0.00 1.13 5.54 5.79 4.50 0.00 54.00 0.00 5.91 2.75 G 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 4 4 GS 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 4 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 IP 1.1 2.1 8.0 13.0 4.2 2.0 1.2 0.2 1.1 35.0 36.0 H 4 2 3 14 5 3 4 3 1 39 29 R 6 0 1 8 3 1 0 4 0 23 11 ER 6 0 1 8 3 1 0 4 0 23 11 HR 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 6 6 BB 3 0 4 6 1 1 0 1 0 16 7 SO 2 1 3 16 2 0 1 1 1 27 42

MARINERS CARE
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1995 AL DIVISION SERIES
Mariners defeat Yankees, 3-2
One of the greatest comebacks in MLB history sent the Mariners to the playoffs for the first time in club history. Seattle was 13 games behind the Angels on Aug. 13, and 7.5 back at the beginning of September, and prevailed in a one-game playoff to earn a trip to the ALDS. After losing the first two games of the ALDS vs. the Yankees, the Mariners "Refused to Lose" winning the final three games to advance to the ALCS. Edgar Martinez hit .571 (12x21) with 2 homers and 10 RBI in the 5-game series, including the game-winning double in the bottom 9th inning to score Ken Griffey Jr. in Game #5. Game #1: October 3, 1995 at Yankee Stadium Seattle 000-101-202 — 6 9 0 New York 002-002-41x — 9 13 0 HR - Boggs, Griffey 2, Sierra SP - Bosio; LP - Nelson SP/WP - Cone

Att: 57,178

Game #2: October 4, 1995 at Yankee Stadium Seattle 001-001-200-001-000 — 5 16 2 SP - Benes; LP - Belcher New York 000-012-100-001-002 — 7 11 0 SP - Pettitte; WP - Rivera HR - Coleman, Sierra, Mattingly, O’Neill, Griffey, Leyritz Game #3: October 6, 1995 at the Kingdome New York 000-100-120 — 4 6 2 SP/LP - McDowell Seattle 000-024-10x — 7 7 0 SP/WP - Johnson; S - Charlton HR - BWilliams 2, TMartinez, Stanley Game #4: October 7, 1995 at the Kingdome New York 302-000-012 — 8 14 1 SP - Kamieniecki; LP - Wetteland Seattle 004-011-05x — 11 16 0 SP - Bosio; WP - Charlton; S - Risley HR - O’Neill, EMartinez 2, Griffey, Buhner Game #5: October 8, 1995 at the Kingdome New York 000-202-000-01 — 5 6 0 Seattle 001-100-020-02 — 6 15 0 HR - Cora, O’Neill, Griffey SP - Cone; LP - McDowell SP - Benes; WP - Johnson

Att: 57,126

Att: 57,944

Att: 57,180

Att: 57,411

CLUB BATTING
CLUB Amaral Blowers Buhner Coleman Cora Diaz Fermin Griffey Jr. Martinez, E Martinez, T Newson Pirkl Rodriguez Sojo Strange Widger Wilson SEATTLE NEW YORK AVG .000 .167 .458 .217 .316 .333 .000 .391 .571 .409 .000 .000 .000 .250 .000 .000 .118 .315 .259 G 0 5 5 5 5 2 3 5 5 5 1 0 1 5 2 2 5 5 5 AB 0 18 24 23 19 3 1 23 21 22 1 0 1 20 4 3 17 200 193 R 0 0 2 6 7 0 0 9 6 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 35 33 H 0 3 11 5 6 1 0 9 12 9 0 0 0 5 0 0 2 63 50 TB 0 3 15 10 10 1 0 24 21 13 0 0 0 5 0 0 2 104 95 2B 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 12 3B 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 HR 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 5 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 11 RBI 0 1 3 1 1 0 0 7 10 5 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 33 32 BB 0 3 2 2 3 1 0 2 6 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 25 32 SO 0 7 4 4 0 1 1 4 2 4 1 0 0 3 1 3 6 41 43 SB 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 CS 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1

POSTSEASON

CLUB PITCHING
CLUB Ayala Belcher Benes Bosio Charlton Hibbard Johnson Nelson Risley Wells SEATTLE NEW YORK W 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 2 L 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 3 ERA 54.00 6.23 5.40 10.57 2.45 — 2.70 3.18 6.00 9.00 5.79 5.94 G 2 2 2 2 4 0 2 3 4 1 5 5 GS 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 5 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 IP 0.2 4.1 11.2 7.2 7.1 0.0 10.0 5.2 3.0 1.0 51.1 50.0 H 6 4 10 10 4 0 5 7 2 2 50 63 R 4 3 7 9 2 0 3 2 2 1 33 35 ER 4 3 7 9 2 0 3 2 2 1 33 33 HR 1 1 3 2 1 0 1 0 2 0 11 11 BB 1 5 9 4 3 0 6 3 0 1 32 25 SO 0 0 8 2 9 0 16 7 1 0 43 41

215

1995 AL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Indians defeat Mariners, 4-2
Following a dramatic 3-2 win over the Yankees in the ALDS, the Mariners took on the Indians in their first trip to the American League Championship Series. Seattle dropped the best-of-7 series 4-2 to the Indians. Jay Buhner hit .304 (7x23) with 3 home runs and 5 RBI in the series, including a game-winning 3-run home run in the top of the 11th inning in Game #3. Game #1: October 10, 1995 at the Kingdome Cleveland 001-000-100 — 2 10 1 Seattle 020-000-10x — 3 7 0 HR - Blowers, Belle Game #2: October 11, 1995 at the Kingdome Cleveland 000-022-010 — 5 12 0 Seattle 000-001-001 — 2 6 1 HR - Ramirez 2, Griffey, Buhner Game #3: October 13, 1995 at Jacobs Field Seattle 011-000-000-03 — 5 9 1 Cleveland 000-100-010-00 — 2 4 2 HR - Buhner 2 Game #4: October 14, 1994 at Jacobs Field Seattle 000-000-000 — 0 6 1 Cleveland 312-001-00x — 7 9 0 HR - Murray, Thome Game #5: October 15, 1995 at Jacobs Field Seattle 001-010-000 — 2 5 2 Cleveland 100-002-00x — 3 10 4 HR - Thome Game #6: October 17, 1995 at the Kingdome Cleveland 000-010-030 — 4 8 0 Seattle 000-000-000 — 0 4 1 HR - Baerga SP/LP - DMartinez SP/WP - Wolcott; S - Charlton

Att: 57,065

SP/WP - Hershiser SP/LP - Belcher

Att: 58,144

SP - Johnson; WP - Charlton SP - Nagy; LP - Tavarez

Att: 43,643

SP/LP - Benes SP/WP - Hill

Att: 43,686

SP/LP - Bosio SP/WP - Hershiser; S - Mesa

Att: 43,607

SP/WP - DMartinez SP/LP - Johnson

Att: 58,489

CLUB BATTING
CLUB Amaral Blowers Buhner Coleman Cora Diaz Fermin Griffey Jr. Martinez, E Martinez, T Rodriguez Sojo Strange Widger Wilson SEATTLE CLEVELAND AVG .000 .222 .304 .100 .174 .429 .000 .333 .087 .136 .000 .250 .000 .000 .000 .184 .257 G 2 6 6 6 6 4 2 6 6 6 1 6 4 3 6 6 6 AB 2 18 23 20 23 7 0 21 23 22 1 20 4 1 16 201 206 R 0 1 5 0 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 23 H 0 4 7 2 4 3 0 7 2 3 0 5 0 0 0 37 53 TB 0 7 18 2 5 4 0 12 2 3 0 7 0 0 0 60 86 2B 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 8 6 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 HR 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 7 RBI 0 2 5 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 10 21 BB 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 4 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 15 25 SO 1 4 8 6 0 1 0 4 5 7 1 2 2 1 4 46 37 SB 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 9 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1

POSTSEASON

CLUB PITCHING
CLUB Ayala Belcher Benes Bosio Charlton Johnson Nelson Risley Wells Wolcott SEATTLE CLEVELAND W 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 L 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 2 ERA 2.45 6.35 23.14 3.38 0.00 2.35 0.00 0.00 3.00 2.57 3.33 1.64 G 2 1 1 1 3 2 3 3 1 1 6 6 GS 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 6 6 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 SV 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 IP 3.2 5.2 2.1 5.1 6.0 15.1 3.0 2.2 3.0 7.0 54.0 55.0 H 3 9 6 7 1 12 3 2 2 8 53 37 R 1 4 6 3 0 6 0 0 1 2 23 12 ER 1 4 6 2 0 4 0 0 1 2 20 10 HR 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 7 5 BB 3 2 2 2 1 2 5 1 2 5 25 15 SO 3 1 3 3 5 13 3 2 2 2 37 46

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Minor Leagues

Mariners 2011 Minor League Pitcher of the Year Taijuan Walker

MINOR LEAGUE SYSTEM
Director, Player Development..............................................................................................................Chris Gwynn Director, Minor League & International Administration .................................................................... Hide Sueyoshi Administrator, Minor League Operations ..................................................................................................Jan Plein Assistant, Player Development .............................................................................................................Casey Brett Field Coordinator.................................................................................................................................. Jack Howell Pitching Coordinator ...............................................................................................................................Rick Waits Rehab Pitching Coordinator ............................................................................................................ Gary Wheelock Catching Coordinator ......................................................................................................................... John Stearns Hitting Coordinators ...................................................................................................... Jose Castro & Lee May Jr. Infield & Baserunning Coordinator .....................................................................................................Darrin Garner Latin America Field Coordinator ........................................................................................................ Jesus Azuaje Latin America Pitching Coordinator ..............................................................................................Nasusel Cabrera Performance Coordinator ...................................................................................................................Danny Garcia Rehab Coordinator ...........................................................................................................................Chris Gorosics Athletic Trainer Coordinator .......................................................................................................... James Southard Mental Training Coach ........................................................................................................................Rafael Colon

MINOR LEAGUE AFFILIATES
AAA Tacoma Rainiers (17th yr.) Pacific Coast League Cheney Stadium 2502 South Tyler Tacoma, WA 98405 253-752-7707 Fax: 253-752-7135 Ashley Roth, Director of Operations Daren Brown, Manager Dwight Bernard, Pitching Coach Jeff Pentland, Coach Tom Newberg, Athletic Trainer CJ Neumann, Athletic Trainer Charlie Kenyon, Performance Coach Eddie Romprey, Clubhouse Manager AA Jackson Generals (6th yr.) Southern League Pringles Park 4 Fun Place Jackson, TN 38305 731-988-5299 Fax: 731-988-5246 Tom Hanson, General Manager Jim Pankovits, Manager Lance Painter, Pitching Coach Cory Snyder, Coach Eduardo Tamez, Athletic Trainer Rob Fumagalli, Performance Coach A High Desert Mavericks (6th yr.) California League Mavericks Stadium 12000 Stadium Way Adelanto, CA 92301 760-246-6287 Fax: 760-246-3197 Kirk Goodman, General Manager Pedro Grifol, Manager Tom Dettore, Pitching Coach Roy Howell, Coach B.J. Downie, Athletic Trainer Daniel Cobian, Performance Coach A Clinton LumberKings (4th yr.) Midwest League Ashford University Field 537 Ballpark Drive Clinton, IA 52732 563-242-0727 Fax: 563-242-1433 Ted Tornow, General Manager Eriberto Menchaca, Manager Andrew Lorraine, Pitching Coach Tommy Cruz, Coach Jake Naas, Athletic Trainer Will Lindholm, Performance Coach A Everett AquaSox (18th yr.) Northwest League Memorial Stadium 3802 Broadway Everett, WA 98201 425-258-3673 Fax: 425-258-3675 Brian Sloan, General Manager Rob Mummau, Manager Rich Dorman, Pitching Coach Andy Bottin, Coach Spyder Webb, Athletic Trainer R Pulaski Mariners (5th yr.) Appalachian League Calfee Park 700 South Washington Ave. Pulaski, VA 24301 540-980-1070 Fax: 540-980-1850 Tom Compton, President Jose Moreno, Manager Nasusel Cabrera, Pitching Coach Rafael Santo Domingo, Coach Jeff Kahn, Athletic Trainer R Peoria Mariners (20th yr.) Arizona League Peoria Sports Complex 15707 North 83rd Avenue Peoria, AZ 85382 623-776-4818 - Training Room 623-776-4819 - Clubhouse Fax: 623-776-4826 Mike Kinkade, Manager Cibney Bello, Pitching Coach Brent Johnson & Scott Steinmann, Coach Randy Roetter, Athletic Trainer Gabe Bourland, Performance Coach Ryan Stiles, Minor League Equipment Manager Sung Kun Yun, Interperter R Dominican Republic Mariners Dominican Summer League Villa Mella, Domincan Republic Patrick Guerrero, Dominican Republic Coord. Martin Valerio, Director of Adminstration Freddy Tiburcio, Field Coordinator Claudio Almonte, Manager Danielin Acevedo, Pitching Coach Francisco Gerez, Manelik Pimentel, Coach Leonardo Jimenez & Jose Geraldino, Trainer R Venezuela Mariners Venezuelan Summer League Aguirre, Carabobo, Venezuela Emilio Carrasquel, Venezuela Coordinator Russell Vasquez, Manager Carlos Hernandez, Pitching Coach Estuar Ruiz & Jose Umbria, Coach Johnny Molina & Luis Fermin, Athletic Trainers Melvin Piedra, Clubhouse Manager

MINOR LEAGUES

218

TACOMA RAINIERS
BATTERS * AckLey, dustin AgudeLo, JoRge # BARd, Josh BoniLLA, LeuRy * cARp, Mike # coLeMAn, tRevoR extRAno, Jetsy giMenez, chRis gutieRRez, FRAnkLin hALMAn, gReg * hAveMAn, BRAndon # henRiquez, RALph * JiMenez, Luis Antonio kAzMAR, seAn * LAngeRhAns, RyAn Liddi, ALex * LiMontA, JohAn Lopez, dAnny * MAngini, MAtt * pegueRo, cARLos penA, WiLy Mo penA, WiLy Mo # RoBinson, tRAyvon # RoBinson, tRAyvon # RodRiguez, Luis * sAundeRs, MichAeL * seAgeR, kyLe # sMoAk, Justin tRiunFeL, cARLos tuiAsosopo, MAtt WiLson, Mike yepez, Jose TEAm TOTAL PITCHERS AARdsMA, dAvid BAutistA, denny BeAvAn, BLAke * cAstRo, FABio coRtes, dAn deLABAR, steve 1 deLcARMen, MAnny FieLds, Josh * FRench, Luke gRuBe, JARRett hAegeR, chARLie * JiMenez, cesAR keLLey, shAWn Lueke, Josh 1 MiLLeR, Justin * pARedes, edWARd pAtteRson, scott RAMiRez, eRAsMo * Ring, Royce * RoBeRtson, nAte * RoBLes, MAuRicio Roe, chAz * seddon, chRis sMith, chRis snoW, FoRRest * vAsquez, Anthony TEAm TOTAL AVG .303 .250 .301 .205 .343 .167 .333 .265 .275 .299 .200 .256 .285 .253 .313 .259 .319 .000 .336 .317 .333 .358 .111 .289 .290 .288 .387 .000 .279 .226 .331 .307 .289 W-L 0-1 1-2 5-3 5-4 1-2 1-1 2-2 0-0 9-9 4-4 2-2 5-4 1-0 2-4 0-0 2-1 3-3 3-2 2-1 6-7 1-2 0-7 9-7 1-1 1-2 4-3 70-74 G 66 2 58 24 66 3 1 13 11 40 16 37 74 127 57 138 108 1 58 57 13 76 3 103 7 64 24 4 27 116 87 48 144 AB 271 8 226 73 251 6 3 49 40 177 35 133 284 462 214 559 407 1 232 240 51 288 9 377 31 236 106 11 111 439 335 153 5153 R 57 1 28 7 55 0 0 8 7 35 3 14 51 50 46 121 58 0 34 44 11 63 1 71 3 51 24 1 7 73 73 30 893 W-L RecoRd: 70-74 H 2B 3B HR 82 17 3 9 2 0 0 0 68 18 0 2 15 0 0 0 86 14 0 21 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 13 1 0 1 11 2 2 0 53 14 1 3 7 1 0 1 34 7 0 1 81 12 1 12 117 29 3 3 67 10 0 16 145 32 3 30 130 20 1 14 0 0 0 0 78 9 1 2 76 15 2 13 17 4 0 4 103 21 3 25 1 0 0 0 109 9 6 26 9 1 0 1 68 11 3 7 41 8 2 3 0 0 0 0 31 6 1 0 99 20 6 14 111 27 0 16 47 6 2 3 1491 284 31 176 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 RBI 35 0 41 5 64 1 0 4 6 15 4 16 57 45 37 104 84 0 41 47 14 77 0 71 3 38 17 0 10 77 49 26 840 BB SO 55 38 0 1 21 39 2 14 28 50 0 2 1 1 7 13 6 7 13 53 2 13 5 17 39 55 36 68 37 63 61 170 44 75 0 1 24 45 15 82 9 13 34 61 3 4 48 126 2 4 50 71 11 12 3 1 2 17 75 132 45 86 24 22 620 1169 R 7 19 52 40 25 1 17 10 115 34 44 33 3 17 1 17 21 27 17 87 11 85 108 14 21 22 848 ER 7 17 46 32 22 1 16 9 102 33 41 32 3 13 1 16 21 24 16 74 11 73 104 14 21 19 768 SB 7 0 0 2 6 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 2 7 3 5 3 0 3 8 0 5 1 9 0 10 3 0 1 11 5 1 89 HR 1 3 10 9 3 0 2 2 30 10 5 3 3 1 0 3 4 4 3 14 3 16 20 3 4 6 162 CS 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 6 6 1 3 0 1 0 0 2 0 6 1 3 1 0 0 2 2 0 34 OBP .421 .250 .359 .227 .411 .286 .500 .357 .362 .358 .256 .275 .370 .311 .416 .332 .382 .000 .399 .364 .443 .440 .333 .374 .333 .415 .444 .267 .302 .341 .418 .414 .368 SLG .487 .250 .407 .205 .649 .167 .333 .347 .425 .441 .314 .331 .461 .348 .584 .488 .477 .000 .409 .558 .647 .712 .111 .552 .419 .449 .585 .000 .351 .394 .555 .431 .459 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 5 E 6 1 5 0 4 0 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 28 2 23 5 8 7 0 1 0 1 2 4 1 0 2 11 4 5 143 WP 2 4 3 2 9 2 1 0 3 3 6 6 0 1 4 1 2 0 1 5 1 11 12 2 2 0 83

ERA G 15.75 5 4.21 24 4.45 16 3.63 24 5.08 32 0.69 10 5.14 18 6.23 9 6.27 26 4.95 14 7.74 9 4.06 43 1.84 12 2.76 30 1.04 6 11.37 11 3.99 36 5.10 7 6.08 27 7.14 18 8.74 4 6.59 33 6.27 28 6.75 13 5.35 9 3.21 8 5.39 144

GS 0 0 16 12 0 0 0 0 26 7 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 18 4 10 25 0 2 8 144

SV IP H 0 4.0 8 2 36.1 27 0 93.0 118 1 79.1 74 3 39.0 43 0 13.0 11 0 28.0 31 0 13.0 11 0 146.1 196 1 60.0 51 0 47.2 53 1 71.0 71 0 14.2 11 11 42.1 34 0 8.2 6 0 12.2 21 9 47.1 47 0 42.1 51 2 23.2 25 0 93.1 135 0 11.1 7 2 99.2 133 0 149.1 180 2 18.2 30 0 35.1 34 0 53.1 51 34 1283.1 1459

HB BB SO 1 4 5 3 22 49 1 20 64 1 34 64 1 29 46 2 6 18 1 12 23 0 13 13 2 61 81 2 18 51 7 42 35 0 35 81 0 6 15 5 12 35 0 5 7 7 13 12 0 6 53 2 13 35 1 11 33 4 38 55 1 14 8 4 38 83 3 69 119 0 12 22 1 10 36 0 18 32 49 561 1075

MINOR LEAGUES

key: * - LeFthAnded hitteR/pitcheR, # - sWitch hitteR

JOHN ELLIS AwARD wINNERS
The Mariners instituted the Ellis Award in 1998 to recognize community involvement by players in their minor league system. In 2011, Mariners minor leaguers were very active in the community bringing the total of hours contributed by the Mariners minor leaguers to over 11,500 in the last 14 years. The 2010 winners were: Individual Award — OF Daniel Carroll & RHP Willy Kesler (High Desert) Team Award — High Desert 219

JACKSON GENERALS
BATTERS Acevedo, JeAn AgudeLo, JoRge BAntz, BRAndon BoniLLA, LeuRy cAtRicALA, vincent chAvez, JoheRMyn * chiAng, chih-hsien * dunigAn, Joseph # FRAnkLin, nick * hAveMAn, BRAndon # henRiquez, RALph * JiMenez, Luis Antonio * LiMontA, JohAn Lo, kuo hui MARtinez, FRAncisco MARtinez-esteve, eddy * McoWen, JAMes noRiegA, gABRieL poythRess, Rich sAvAstAno, scott * seAgeR, kyLe * shAFFeR, JAke sucRe, Jesus sucRe, Jesus * tenBRink, nAte tRiunFeL, cARLos TEAm TOTAL PITCHERS cARRAWAy, AndReW coopeR, dAnieL coRRALes, JoshuA deLABAR, steve FieLds, Josh * giLLheeney, JAMes gRuBe, JARRett hensLey, steven heRnAndez, Moises kAspARek, kenn keLLey, shAWn * LAFRoMBoise, BoBBy MedinA, yoeRvis * MoRAn, BRiAn * pARedes, edWARd pAtteRson, scott * pAxton, JAMes penney, stephen pRyoR, stephen RAMiRez, eRAsMo RichARd, steven * RoBLes, MAuRicio sAvAstAno, scott senA, JAndy stAnton, tAyLoR * vAsquez, Anthony WiLheLMsen, toM TEAm TOTAL AVG .143 .600 .216 .247 .347 .216 .208 .215 .325 .265 .196 .317 .063 .252 .310 .269 .261 .237 .267 .283 .312 .287 .214 .217 .218 .281 .263 W-L 9-5 1-1 0-0 1-3 1-2 1-3 5-2 4-8 4-2 5-5 0-1 3-4 0-1 5-3 1-3 1-1 3-0 5-2 2-1 7-6 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-4 5-7 4-5 68-72 G 3 2 83 21 62 126 32 49 21 67 42 30 4 49 33 15 72 25 122 104 66 120 32 72 64 105 140 AB 7 5 236 73 239 439 130 172 83 211 138 101 16 151 129 52 257 93 450 368 266 442 84 221 211 395 4748 R 0 2 27 16 45 47 11 23 13 30 12 17 3 26 20 8 41 8 50 54 33 57 4 17 30 45 622 W-L RecoRd: 68-72 H 2B 3B HR 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 51 9 0 1 18 0 3 0 83 29 3 11 95 16 4 13 27 7 0 0 37 11 1 7 27 3 2 2 56 6 6 4 27 6 1 1 32 3 1 4 1 0 0 1 38 9 3 4 40 7 3 3 14 4 1 0 67 12 0 4 22 4 0 0 120 28 3 11 104 28 1 10 83 25 1 4 127 22 7 11 18 3 0 1 48 8 0 1 46 9 6 6 111 22 2 6 1248 263 48 104 CG 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 SHO 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 RBI 0 0 20 5 45 50 10 30 6 21 18 18 2 24 23 5 26 7 64 49 37 47 9 19 25 35 576 BB SO 0 0 0 1 32 55 10 15 24 47 49 124 6 30 26 81 6 18 15 42 12 29 18 17 2 6 19 32 4 24 8 14 19 50 3 20 50 82 45 62 26 38 30 83 5 7 11 19 34 60 25 71 468 1008 R 62 8 0 10 11 24 35 57 53 39 3 23 13 31 28 6 10 28 4 74 4 4 1 0 29 50 45 652 ER 56 8 0 7 8 24 29 49 50 31 0 21 13 31 26 6 8 23 3 58 3 4 0 0 25 42 37 557 SB 0 1 0 2 9 6 1 4 5 7 0 2 0 6 3 0 9 1 2 3 8 8 0 0 11 5 93 HR 9 0 0 0 0 6 4 10 10 6 0 6 5 9 5 1 2 1 0 10 1 1 0 0 3 6 8 103 CS 0 0 1 4 1 9 2 2 3 7 0 0 0 1 2 0 3 0 3 2 5 8 1 2 3 7 64 OBP .143 .600 .321 .333 .420 .312 .255 .317 .371 .317 .255 .417 .167 .335 .326 .377 .311 .268 .347 .362 .381 .333 .258 .256 .337 .340 .335 SLG .143 .600 .267 .329 .632 .360 .262 .413 .482 .408 .275 .485 .250 .430 .481 .385 .354 .280 .416 .446 .459 .443 .286 .267 .403 .392 .404 E 0 0 8 9 8 7 1 0 6 3 1 1 3 8 4 1 2 6 10 8 3 4 8 14 29 150

ERA G 3.66 28 4.24 9 0.00 1 2.05 23 2.77 20 5.49 7 3.11 14 4.61 19 6.25 40 4.50 12 0.00 3 3.10 49 4.68 4 4.60 45 5.24 32 2.53 16 1.85 7 4.25 38 1.19 17 4.73 19 3.68 6 4.15 2 0.00 3 0.00 2 4.35 22 3.77 16 5.49 14 4.05 140

GS 21 0 0 0 0 7 14 18 3 12 2 0 4 0 0 0 7 0 0 19 0 2 0 0 3 16 12 140

SV IP H 0 137.2 123 1 17.0 12 0 1.0 0 12 30.2 23 3 26.0 17 0 39.1 35 0 84.0 79 0 95.2 112 0 72.0 94 0 62.0 69 0 3.0 4 0 61.0 62 0 25.0 23 0 60.2 60 1 44.2 50 10 21.1 18 0 39.0 28 2 48.2 49 6 22.2 9 0 110.1 127 0 7.1 9 0 8.2 7 0 2.1 3 1 6.1 3 2 51.2 56 0 100.1 125 0 60.2 66 38 1239.0 1263

HB BB SO 10 25 106 0 7 11 2 0 0 1 26 30 4 19 26 1 19 22 2 20 69 9 38 65 5 29 44 5 26 40 1 0 3 3 24 53 2 9 17 0 22 63 3 24 41 1 1 24 1 13 51 5 24 33 1 7 27 8 19 81 0 3 6 1 8 6 0 2 0 0 1 4 1 16 31 8 19 59 7 26 40 81 427 952

BK WP 2 7 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 6 1 7 0 5 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 2 1 5 0 0 1 3 0 6 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 6 9 71

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MINOR LEAGUES

CONSECUTIVE GAMES wITH RBI
1. Edgar Martinez ...................... 9 (8/12-20, 1995) 2. Adrian Beltre ........................... 8 (7/3-13, 2007) Raul Ibañez ........................... 8 (5/31-6/9, 2006 Edgar Martinez ........................ 8 (6/6-13, 1995) Ken Griffey Jr. ........................ 8 (7/20-28, 1993) Bruce Bochte ........................ 8 (5/18-25, 1979)

220

HIGH DESERT MAVERICKS
BATTERS # ALMonte, denny BARon, steven BAtistA, yidid BoniLLA, LeuRy BRoWning, MAtt cARRoLL, dAnieL cAtRicALA, vincent * ceRione, MAttheW # coLeMAn, tRevoR * dunigAn, Joseph # FRAnkLin, nick gioBBi, AndReW # hAnsen, shAveR # henRiquez, RALph * Jones, JAMes Lo, kuo hui MARcoe, BiLLy MARdeR, JAck MARtinez, MARio * McoWen, JAMes * MoRALes, ALFRedo * MoRRis, tiM noRiegA, gABRieL phiLLips, Anthony pRosciA, steven * RABen, dennis sALoMe, AngeL sAMs, kALiAn schLAndeR, JAke vAn heydooRn, Rudy # veLAsquez, RoBeRto TEAm TOTAL PITCHERS Boyce, tiMothy BuuRsMA, JAson coopeR, dAnieL * czyz, nick deLABAR, steve diAz, ogui * FeRnAndez, Anthony * giLLheeney, JAMes * hesketh, Jon 1 housey, John hudson, Austin * huMe, donALd * JiMenez, Jose kAhn, stephen kAspARek, kenn kesLeR, WiLLy kiRkLAnd, chRis * MARkovitz, JAson MAuReR, BRAndon MedinA, yoeRvis MiLLeR, tRevoR pRyoR, stephen * Reed, nAthAn * RoBLes, MAuRicio senA, JAndy snoW, FoRRest soRce, chRis stAnton, tAyLoR zABLAn, keLi'i TEAm TOTAL AVG .268 .188 .000 .326 .250 .299 .351 .248 .265 .236 .275 .195 .289 .250 .247 .261 .167 .324 .278 .291 .125 .280 .266 .229 .303 .330 .474 .200 .272 .241 .238 .279 W-L 1-0 0-0 5-2 1-6 1-1 2-0 1-1 6-5 3-2 1-0 4-5 0-1 3-2 0-2 0-1 5-3 0-0 3-2 2-4 1-13 0-2 1-0 2-2 0-2 3-4 2-3 8-12 4-5 0-1 59-81 G 128 5 1 32 20 131 71 48 93 33 64 25 54 1 83 11 18 18 109 33 2 6 105 14 44 76 5 20 47 19 8 140 AB 504 16 3 129 76 482 282 157 306 106 258 77 197 4 296 46 54 71 432 127 8 25 383 35 185 309 19 60 158 54 21 4880 R 75 3 0 26 9 117 56 21 40 16 50 8 37 0 42 3 3 11 64 16 4 2 45 7 28 61 5 11 30 6 2 798 W-L RecoRd: 59-81 H 2B 3B HR 135 28 6 24 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 5 1 6 19 2 1 0 144 20 6 18 99 19 1 14 39 9 1 3 81 17 1 6 25 3 0 10 71 10 5 5 15 6 0 1 57 10 6 2 1 1 0 0 73 16 4 5 12 3 1 1 9 0 0 0 23 6 0 2 120 22 3 11 37 7 1 6 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 102 16 6 3 8 1 2 1 56 11 1 12 102 23 3 18 9 1 1 3 12 3 1 6 43 12 0 0 13 6 0 1 5 1 0 0 1363 259 51 158 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 RBI 97 1 0 21 6 57 61 19 50 19 20 10 28 0 29 5 1 12 56 27 2 1 50 3 42 75 5 10 17 10 0 734 BB SO 22 161 1 6 0 2 4 27 4 17 88 157 33 45 19 40 58 62 12 59 31 56 5 22 20 59 0 2 42 92 1 17 1 7 2 12 19 137 7 28 2 1 1 8 18 108 10 12 4 33 28 76 2 3 3 26 27 42 4 21 1 6 469 1344 R 17 17 40 47 6 27 27 73 25 11 57 8 51 36 7 20 22 35 32 90 18 24 30 18 44 30 109 43 22 986 ER 17 12 34 43 6 26 23 64 24 10 43 6 46 29 6 14 18 31 30 73 16 23 23 17 38 30 93 41 20 854 SB 18 0 0 2 1 62 8 7 3 0 13 0 2 0 16 1 0 3 2 2 0 0 4 3 3 2 0 1 4 0 0 157 HR 7 5 8 7 0 8 4 21 6 3 3 1 11 4 2 3 2 7 8 19 4 2 6 2 5 7 17 7 4 183 CS 12 0 0 3 3 14 3 3 2 1 1 0 4 0 3 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 11 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 68 OBP SLG E .298 .490 4 .222 .250 0 .000 .000 .351 .519 14 .288 .303 3 .418 .477 5 .421 .574 9 .355 .376 5 .379 .386 8 .314 .547 1 .356 .411 18 .250 .312 3 .357 .431 6 .250 .500 0 .347 .378 3 .277 .435 1 .224 .167 2 .380 .493 2 .313 .419 26 .326 .504 3 .364 .125 0 .308 .280 0 .307 .363 23 .400 .457 0 .319 .568 11 .387 .599 6 .524 1.105 0 .238 .583 1 .384 .348 2 .293 .407 2 .304 .286 1 .348 .450 175 BK WP 0 1 0 1 0 6 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 6 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 8 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 6 0 5 1 0 0 5 0 6 0 2 1 3 0 4 1 7 0 4 0 4 6 84

ERA G 8.83 10 5.14 12 5.25 33 8.54 10 4.38 7 6.75 22 7.39 7 5.35 20 6.55 13 8.44 6 5.35 40 6.75 2 6.44 45 5.76 24 4.63 2 3.12 28 9.92 10 6.20 30 6.38 9 6.50 20 21.60 2 7.67 22 5.91 7 12.41 4 6.22 10 8.10 6 5.07 27 5.65 11 11.02 12 6.24 140

GS 0 0 0 10 0 0 7 20 4 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 7 19 2 0 7 4 10 6 27 11 0 140

SV IP H 0 17.1 30 0 21.0 24 2 58.1 71 0 45.1 69 3 12.1 12 2 34.2 45 0 28.0 48 0 107.2 119 0 33.0 43 0 10.2 16 5 72.1 95 0 8.0 8 4 64.1 84 2 45.1 48 0 11.2 12 11 40.1 52 1 16.1 29 0 45.0 67 0 42.1 47 0 101.0 139 0 6.2 17 4 27.0 28 0 35.0 43 0 12.1 19 0 55.0 77 0 33.1 49 0 165.0 206 0 65.1 84 0 16.1 26 34 1231.0 1607

HB BB SO 1 3 14 1 7 7 1 19 38 1 15 28 2 8 20 3 17 25 0 13 26 9 28 109 3 9 34 1 7 7 8 25 51 0 6 5 8 26 51 9 19 32 2 1 11 1 13 32 5 11 13 2 16 28 3 11 37 5 38 73 2 5 4 2 26 34 5 12 30 1 11 9 3 20 28 2 13 20 7 43 105 2 13 45 2 11 15 91 446 931

MINOR LEAGUES

key: * - LeFthAnded hitteR/pitcheR, # - sWitch hitteR

THE SEATTLE AwARD
In 1991, the Mariners minor league department established the SEATTLE Award. It is given annually in spring training to the minor league player that exemplifies the qualities of Skill, Effort, Attitude, Tenacity, Teamwork, Loyalty and Enthusiasm. The 2011 recipient was Carlton Tanabe. 221

CLINTON LUMBERKINGS
* BATTERS AgudeLo, JoRge Anston, RoBeRt BARon, steven BLAsh, JABARi BRoWning, MAtt ceRione, MAttheW extRAno, Jetsy hAnsen, shAveR hicks, John LittLeWood, MARcus MARcoe, BiLLy Mcgee, Mike MiLLeR, BRAd MoRBAn, JuLio MoRLA, RAMon MoRRis, tiM phiLLips, Anthony RAMiRez, cARLos RiveRs, kevin RoMeRo, steFen sAMs, kALiAn schLAndeR, JAke tAnABe, cARLton WisWALL, Mickey TEAm TOTAL AVG .195 .243 .197 .218 .229 .200 .176 .220 .309 .158 .000 .283 .415 .256 .170 .252 .199 .231 .249 .280 .237 .130 .219 .240 .238 G 12 56 57 42 55 20 21 31 38 27 1 60 14 80 28 96 100 81 87 116 93 17 48 130 139 AB 41 181 198 124 192 75 68 123 139 95 3 237 53 301 106 337 316 260 281 429 321 54 146 509 4589 W-L RecoRd: 63-76 R H 2B 3B HR 4 8 1 0 0 25 44 11 2 0 17 39 13 0 4 13 27 5 1 3 21 44 9 0 2 6 15 1 0 0 8 12 2 2 1 14 27 3 1 1 21 43 9 2 2 7 15 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 44 67 16 3 4 9 22 4 1 0 44 77 12 7 4 7 18 3 3 0 44 85 12 4 5 36 63 9 0 4 32 60 6 0 5 40 70 12 1 10 62 120 22 4 16 47 76 13 3 18 3 7 2 0 1 13 32 8 1 0 49 122 19 1 10 566 1093 192 37 91 GS 0 0 0 0 0 12 4 7 19 0 0 1 4 7 0 1 6 21 1 10 4 6 5 13 0 0 18 0 139 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 RBI 2 16 20 13 19 5 2 12 26 6 0 29 7 28 7 42 25 25 40 65 56 7 14 57 523 BB SO 5 11 31 34 17 49 38 43 16 29 7 28 7 19 7 26 5 17 10 23 0 2 23 40 4 9 26 99 4 28 34 87 28 77 39 50 34 82 32 69 29 102 7 16 7 46 25 104 435 1090 R 1 25 18 24 22 29 12 24 49 8 4 16 13 39 2 7 16 74 20 21 28 33 32 34 8 7 33 14 613 ER 1 23 14 23 16 25 12 22 39 4 3 11 10 36 0 7 14 62 18 17 19 30 24 30 7 7 31 9 514 SB 2 11 6 5 4 3 2 4 2 0 0 5 1 10 5 21 23 9 7 16 25 0 1 4 166 HR 0 3 2 2 1 3 1 7 6 0 1 2 0 9 0 2 2 8 0 1 2 5 6 4 1 2 4 1 75 CS 0 8 3 2 3 1 0 2 3 1 0 2 0 5 2 6 11 2 2 9 4 0 1 4 71 OBP .306 .363 .266 .401 .307 .282 .291 .258 .331 .236 .000 .351 .458 .315 .196 .331 .280 .337 .332 .342 .301 .230 .272 .281 .311 SLG .220 .326 .323 .347 .307 .213 .309 .285 .446 .211 .000 .426 .528 .382 .255 .356 .266 .312 .406 .462 .464 .222 .288 .340 .356 E 3 3 7 5 8 1 5 5 1 4 0 1 4 3 5 9 14 14 5 15 8 5 4 6 168

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PITCHERS W-L * Anston, RoBeRt 0-0 ARiAs, JonAthAn 5-3 BischoFF, MAttheW 4-3 BLAndFoRd, tyLeR 1-1 BuRgoon, tyLeR 5-5 * ButLeR, tony 3-4 cApps, cARteR 1-1 * eLiAs, Roenis 4-2 * FeRnAndez, Anthony 7-4 * hesketh, Jon 0-1 kesLeR, WiLLy 1-0 * kieL, RyAn 0-2 kiM, seon gi 0-2 kohLscheen, stephen 5-3 * MARkovitz, JAson 1-0 MARtinez, FRAy 0-1 MAuReR, BRAndon 1-3 Mieses, geoRge 4-11 nAvA, Jessie 2-4 * pAxton, JAMes 3-3 * Reed, nAthAn 3-3 * seco, edLAndo 1-0 senA, JAndy 4-5 snoW, FoRRest 2-7 tAyLoR, John 0-2 veRsnik, BenJAMin 0-0 WALkeR, tAiJuAn 6-5 zABLAn, keLi'i 0-1 TEAm TOTAL 63-76

ERA G 9.00 1 3.27 39 3.38 20 9.70 18 2.30 42 3.26 12 6.00 4 5.45 7 2.80 21 3.00 8 1.45 8 3.54 15 4.74 4 4.44 22 0.00 5 7.00 3 3.41 7 4.87 21 3.28 25 2.73 10 3.64 18 5.59 21 4.56 14 3.62 13 3.78 10 4.50 8 2.89 18 3.92 15 3.78 139

SV IP H 0 1.0 0 9 63.1 50 2 37.1 38 0 21.1 32 14 62.2 55 0 69.0 65 0 18.0 19 0 36.1 41 0 125.1 109 1 12.0 9 1 18.2 15 1 28.0 32 0 19.0 25 0 73.0 77 0 8.1 5 0 9.0 14 0 37.0 28 0 114.2 132 4 49.1 49 0 56.0 45 0 47.0 49 0 48.1 53 0 47.1 50 0 74.2 62 1 16.2 12 1 14.0 9 0 96.2 69 2 20.2 22 36 1224.2 1166

HB BB SO 1 3 0 2 38 101 2 10 46 1 19 22 1 15 66 2 30 67 2 10 21 1 18 33 2 42 107 1 12 6 0 0 16 1 14 29 1 5 13 2 33 71 1 3 9 0 5 7 2 14 44 6 36 56 2 25 50 1 30 80 6 17 42 5 28 43 2 17 19 8 19 71 0 8 12 0 6 5 3 39 113 4 10 17 59 506 1166

BK WP 0 0 0 6 1 6 1 2 0 6 1 8 0 1 0 4 2 11 0 1 2 1 0 5 0 2 1 6 0 0 1 0 4 3 3 5 0 6 0 6 0 4 2 6 1 2 0 5 0 1 0 2 2 6 0 3 21 108

key: * - LeFthAnded hitteR/pitcheR, # - sWitch hitteR

MINOR LEAGUES

CONSECUTIVE MULTI-HIT GAMES
1. Desi Relaford .......................... 8 (8/12-20, 1995) 2. Ichiro Suzuki .......................... 7 (5/8-15, 2010) Ichiro Suzuki ........................ 7 (6/20-27, 2009) Ichiro Suzuki ........................ 7 (5/13-20, 2007) Ichiro Suzuki ............................ 7 (7/1-8, 2003) Ichiro Suzuki ........................ 7 (5/11-18, 2001) Joey Cora ............................... 7 (5/18-25, 1997) Ken Griffey Jr. ......................... 7 (8/13-19, 1991)

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CLINTON PLAYOFF STATISTICS
BATTERS * Anston, RoBeRt hicks, John Mcgee, Mike * MiLLeR, BRAd * MoRBAn, JuLio phiLLips, Anthony # RAMiRez, cARLos * RiveRs, kevin RoMeRo, steFen sAMs, kALiAn * WisWALL, Mickey TOTAL-ALL BATTERS PITCHERS ARiAs, JonAthAn BischoFF, MAttheW BuRgoon, tyLeR * ButLeR, tony * FeRnAndez, Anthony nAvA, Jessie tAyLoR, John TOTAL-ALL PITCHERS AVG .000 .571 .444 .111 .200 .333 .200 .000 .500 .000 .125 .257 W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 G 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 ERA 6.75 0.00 18.00 13.50 4.26 0.00 0.00 6.35 AB 4 7 9 9 5 6 5 3 10 8 8 74 G 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 R 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 8 GS 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 pLAyoFF RecoRd: 0-2 H 2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 19 5 1 3 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 1.1 3.0 1.0 4.0 6.1 1.0 0.1 17.0 RBI 0 3 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 8 H 1 0 2 6 7 1 2 19 BB 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 6 R 1 1 2 6 4 0 0 14 SO 0 0 1 2 4 0 0 3 2 4 2 18 ER 1 0 2 6 3 0 0 12 SB 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 HR 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 CS .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 HB 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 OBP SLG .000 .000 .625 1.000 .500 1.111 .200 .222 .200 .200 .500 .667 .200 .200 .250 .000 .500 .800 .000 .000 .125 .250 .313 .473 BB 2 0 1 2 2 0 1 8 SO 3 6 0 4 4 1 0 18 E 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 4

BK WP 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

key: * - LeFthAnded hitteR/pitcheR, # - sWitch hitteR

2011 MARINERS MINOR LEAGUE ALL STARS
ALL-STAR FUTURES GAME: Alex Liddi, 3B James Paxton, LHP World Squad (0x3, K) World Squad (1.0,0,0,0,0,0)

MID-SEASON ALL-STAR SELECTIONS: Tacoma – Pacific Coast League: Josh Lueke (RHP) Jackson – Southern League: Andrew Carraway, RHP; Jarrett Grube, RHP; Kenn Kasparek, RHP; Bobby LaFromboise, LHP; Erasmo Ramirez, RHP; Jake Shaffer, OF; Kyle Seager, INF High Desert – California League: Chris Source, RHP; Vinnie Catricala, INF; Mario Martinez, INF Clinton – Midwest League: James Paxton, LHP POST-SEASON ALL-STAR SELECTIONS: Clinton – Midwest League: Nick Franklin (SS), Erasmo Ramirez (RHP) Everett – Northwest League: Jabari Blash, OF; Jose Campos, RHP Pulaski – Appalachian League: Jamal Austin, OF Dominican Summer League: Janelfry Zorrila, OF – DSL Most Valuable Player 223 MINOR LEAGUES

EVERETT AQUASOX
BATTERS AgudeLo, JoRge BLAsh, JABARi BRAdy, pAtRick BuRgess, JARRett de Jesus, JhARMidy doWd, MichAeL extRAno, Jetsy gonzALez, LARRy LittLeWood, MARcus Lopez, dAnny MeLendRes, nAthAn MoRLA, RAMon pAquette, ethAn RodRiguez, Luis vAn heydooRn, Rudy Wood, JAMes yepez, MARio TEAm TOTAL AVG .211 .292 .284 .220 .299 .228 .192 .246 .206 .247 .285 .263 .238 .333 .161 .260 .332 .257 G 51 57 28 57 58 45 22 36 62 44 46 48 46 3 8 61 66 76 AB 166 195 95 177 201 162 73 126 233 158 165 179 143 9 31 223 262 2598 G 9 3 8 14 5 2 15 16 16 22 12 10 1 9 11 14 15 12 10 5 12 13 76 W-L RecoRd: 37-39 R H 2B 3B HR 32 35 7 0 7 26 57 16 3 11 18 27 4 2 1 22 39 11 2 5 31 60 8 1 4 15 37 4 0 2 11 14 3 2 1 11 31 7 1 1 45 48 13 1 8 14 39 6 0 2 31 47 5 6 1 24 47 5 2 4 14 34 6 1 0 2 3 1 0 0 5 5 4 0 0 33 58 16 1 9 37 87 17 2 0 371 668 133 24 56 GS 0 3 0 14 0 0 0 0 4 0 5 0 0 7 0 14 0 6 10 0 0 13 76 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 SV IP 5 15.0 0 14.0 1 16.1 0 81.1 0 6.2 0 3.2 1 21.1 0 27.1 1 40.1 7 38.2 0 43.2 2 24.2 0 2.0 0 35.2 0 18.0 0 72.1 0 26.1 0 51.0 0 49.2 2 6.1 0 14.0 0 66.2 19 675.0 RBI 22 43 13 24 33 16 8 15 30 17 19 21 11 2 1 34 20 329 H 5 10 29 66 10 2 28 33 37 31 41 28 3 29 23 73 23 46 50 5 21 84 677 BB 11 28 14 21 18 7 7 10 45 10 9 18 18 2 0 23 14 255 R 1 8 14 34 11 0 20 22 24 10 16 6 1 12 15 39 17 27 35 2 11 44 369 SO 43 65 8 68 42 21 14 21 81 26 27 44 30 1 6 77 33 607 ER 0 4 13 21 5 0 18 20 23 9 14 5 1 12 11 35 14 21 26 1 11 40 303 SB 9 10 3 9 3 1 2 1 3 1 11 10 0 0 0 3 5 71 HR 0 1 0 4 1 0 1 3 6 3 4 0 0 1 2 5 7 4 4 0 3 11 60 CS 3 3 3 3 0 0 2 0 3 2 5 5 0 1 0 1 2 33 OBP .283 .393 .381 .300 .374 .272 .286 .301 .337 .291 .341 .332 .351 .455 .161 .329 .368 .332 SLG .380 .574 .400 .390 .408 .290 .329 .341 .373 .323 .406 .380 .294 .444 .290 .462 .412 .391 E 13 5 4 3 14 3 2 2 17 5 3 18 5 1 1 0 5 113

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PITCHERS W-L BischoFF, MAttheW 2-0 * ButLeR, tony 0-2 BuuRsMA, JAson 0-1 cAMpos, Jose 5-5 coLvin, dAvid 0-0 coRRALes, JoshuA 0-0 de hAAs, JeRoen 0-0 diAz, noLAn 2-3 diRocco, Joseph 1-3 gRiFFin, tiM 3-1 * hoBson, cAMeRon 4-2 * hunteR, kyLe 2-0 kittRedge, AndReW 0-0 kohLscheen, stephen 2-0 kRAkoWiAk, MAx 1-1 LAndAzuRi, stephen 5-4 Leigh, BRyAn 1-2 pRies, JoRdAn 4-3 * shipeRs, JoRdAn 1-5 veRsnik, BenJAMin 0-0 Weiss, cody 0-1 * WhitMoRe, Bennett 4-6 TEAm TOTAL 37-39

ERA 0.00 2.57 7.16 2.32 6.75 0.00 7.59 6.59 5.13 2.09 2.89 1.82 4.50 3.03 5.50 4.35 4.78 3.71 4.71 1.42 7.07 5.40 4.04

HB BB SO 0 3 23 0 7 18 1 5 8 4 13 85 0 5 5 0 0 3 2 9 20 2 20 29 0 14 21 3 9 41 0 8 51 1 6 31 0 1 2 0 11 31 3 8 12 7 29 72 1 15 24 7 13 46 2 26 47 1 1 5 1 10 11 3 13 40 38 226 625

BK WP 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 7 0 5 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 3 1 5 0 3 0 7 0 1 0 8 0 4 5 62

key: * - LeFthAnded hitteR/pitcheR, # - sWitch hitteR

MARINERS NO. 1 DRAFT SELECTIONS
Month Jan. June Jan. June Jan. June Jan. June Jan. June Jan. June Jan. June Jan. June Jan. June Jan. June June June June Year 1977 1977 1978 1978 1979 1979 1980 1980 1981 1981 1982 1982 1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1988 1989 Player Paul Givens, lhp Dave Henderson, of Jim Maler, 1b Tito Nanni, of Mike Hood, c Al Chambers, of Don Freeman, ss Darnell Coles, ss Bret McAfee, ss Mike Moore, rhp Wray Bergendahl, rhp Spike Owen, ss Keith Komeiji, c Darrel Akerfelds, rhp Calvin Jones, rhp Bill Swift, rhp Dan Larson, rhp Mike Campbell, rhp James Pritikin, of Patrick Lennon, ss Ken Griffey Jr., of Tino Martinez, 1b Roger Salkeld, rhp Month June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Player Marc Newfield, 1b Shawn Estes, lhp Ron Villone, lhp * Alex Rodriguez, ss Jason Varitek, c Jose Cruz Jr., of Gil Meche, rhp Ryan Anderson, lhp Matt Thornton, lhp Ryan Christianson, c Sam Hays, lhp (rd. 4) Michael Garciaparra, ss John Mayberry, 1b Adam Jones, ss Matt Tuiasosopo, ss (rd.3) Jeff Clement, c Brandon Morrow, rhp Phillippe Aumonte, rhp Josh Fields, rhp Dustin Ackley, inf Taijuan Walker, rhp Danny Hultzen, lhp

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MINOR LEAGUES

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224

PULASKI MARINERS
BATTERS Acevedo, JeAn Austin, JAMAL BRAdy, pAtRick BRito, BRyAn chRistiAn, FRAnkie hAzLett, diLLon heRnAndez, Jose JiMenez, hAssieL LARA, JoRdy MARLette, tyLeR MoRALes, ALFRedo nunez, eFRAin pAoLini, dAnieL piMenteL, guiLLeRMo stRAus, kenneth viLLAsuso, dAvid TEAm TOTAL AVG .300 .335 .281 .227 .176 .243 .202 .174 .257 .156 .266 .291 .284 .265 .150 .240 .258 G 63 55 21 57 23 52 29 18 51 12 39 44 61 65 32 32 68 AB 227 206 64 203 51 177 89 46 175 45 143 148 218 245 107 104 2248 G 11 13 7 16 3 14 11 10 12 17 16 8 19 16 11 6 13 12 9 68 W-L RecoRd: 32-36 R H 2B 3B HR 42 68 12 0 4 35 69 6 2 0 14 18 4 3 0 22 46 7 3 0 7 9 2 0 0 19 43 7 1 1 9 18 1 0 3 4 8 1 0 1 29 45 12 1 8 4 7 2 0 0 17 38 7 0 2 23 43 6 4 6 32 62 17 5 4 33 65 10 0 11 7 16 1 0 4 11 25 5 1 3 308 580 100 20 47 GS 1 2 0 0 1 14 11 1 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 12 6 68 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 SV IP 0 22.1 0 27.2 1 9.1 1 30.2 0 11.0 0 64.0 0 43.1 0 22.1 2 29.2 7 44.0 0 25.2 0 12.2 4 41.0 0 28.1 0 17.2 2 7.0 0 44.2 0 61.0 0 38.2 17 581.0 RBI 42 13 5 14 3 16 10 7 23 2 19 23 26 46 7 14 270 H 22 24 4 41 11 66 52 23 33 40 28 11 30 25 20 4 59 73 35 601 BB 22 22 8 5 7 23 5 6 12 0 18 13 27 15 3 5 191 R 5 15 1 28 4 37 29 6 24 21 19 8 15 29 10 0 45 37 22 355 SO 33 21 9 63 19 45 20 15 51 13 46 47 53 73 31 30 569 ER 2 10 1 21 1 26 24 4 19 20 13 8 14 21 6 0 44 35 19 288 SB 1 20 3 3 0 15 0 0 1 0 0 3 5 4 1 0 56 HR 0 1 1 1 0 2 3 1 2 4 2 2 4 1 1 0 8 7 5 45 CS 3 8 1 4 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 28 OBP .369 .405 .370 .245 .276 .332 .253 .296 .311 .156 .353 .367 .378 .308 .188 .304 .325 SLG .405 .383 .438 .291 .216 .311 .315 .261 .474 .200 .357 .507 .463 .441 .271 .394 .383 E 15 2 1 21 0 11 5 2 8 1 3 2 10 7 5 0 105

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PITCHERS W-L coLvin, dAvid 2-1 coRnWeLL, BenJAMin 1-2 coRRALes, JoshuA 2-0 * doBBs, JeReMy 0-1 * eLiAs, Roenis 1-0 guAipe, MAyckoL 5-6 hidALgo, AMBioRis 1-3 * hunteR, kyLe 1-2 kiM, seon gi 1-2 RAgA, AngeL 2-3 ReedeR, Bo 1-1 RodRiguez, LeonARdo 0-1 sABALA, ReynALdo 1-2 shAnkin, BRett 0-3 shoRe, RoBeRt 0-1 tAyLoR, John 3-0 tAyLoR, Luke 3-2 unsWoRth, dyLAn 6-5 vALdiviA, Jose 2-1 TEAm TOTAL 32-36

ERA 0.81 3.25 0.96 6.16 0.82 3.66 4.98 1.61 5.76 4.09 4.56 5.68 3.07 6.67 3.06 0.00 8.87 5.16 4.42 4.46

HB BB SO 2 8 24 3 11 27 0 4 12 0 17 32 2 3 8 12 20 49 6 22 40 0 3 31 3 20 29 1 8 47 1 12 22 1 11 11 2 17 48 3 18 20 1 7 21 1 1 10 1 29 28 1 10 46 3 15 38 43 236 543

BK WP 1 4 0 7 0 0 0 7 0 0 1 7 0 6 0 1 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 6 2 2 0 3 0 1 1 4 1 0 0 6 6 63

key: * - LeFthAnded hitteR/pitcheR, # - sWitch hitteR

2011 SEATTLE MARINERS MINOR LEAGUE AwARDS
A Most Valuable Player and Pitcher were named at every level of the Mariners minor league system. Here’s a look at the full list: Level AAA AA A A Short-A Rookie Team Tacoma Jackson High Desert Clinton Everett Pulaski AZL Mariners Dominican Venezuelan Player 3B Alex Liddi 3B Vinnie Catricala OF Danny Carroll INF/OF Stefen Romero OF Jabari Blash OF Jamal Austin C Phillips Castillo OF Janelfry Zorrilla 3B Felipe Burin Pitcher RH Blake Beavan RH Andrew Carraway RH Chris Sorce RH Taijuan Walker RH Jose Campos RH Angel Raga RH Mario DeJesus RH Domingo Brazoban RH Isliexel Gonzalez MINOR LEAGUES

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: 3B Vinnie Catricala (High Desert/Jackson) PITCHER OF THE YEAR: RH Taijuan Walker (Clinton) PLAYER DEVELOPMENT STAFF OF THE YEAR: Randy Roetter (AZL Trainer) 225

PEORIA MARINERS
BATTERS * AndReAs, chRis BAtistA, yidid # BuRin, FeLipe cARMichAeL, chRistiAn cAstiLLo, phiLLips # FRAnkLin, nick # guARnAcciA, Luke higgs, tRAvis JiMenez, chARLes JiMenez, hAssieL LAMpe, giLMeR LAWson, ReginALd MARcoe, BiLLy MARtinez, Jose Mcgee, Mike * MoRALes, ALFRedo MoRLA, RAMon pegueRo, MARtin RAMiRez, ivAn RAngeL, RigoBeRto sALoMe, AngeL # susini, noRBeRto # veLAsquez, RoBeRto * zAMARRipA, JAMes TEAm TOTAL AVG .336 .306 .319 .182 .300 .091 .200 .300 .156 .250 .233 .226 .300 .257 .556 .405 .250 .279 .167 .221 .354 .261 .246 .266 .277 G 31 42 41 5 48 3 13 35 14 4 22 42 10 53 2 19 3 43 3 35 17 17 36 35 56 AB 116 144 163 11 170 11 25 70 32 12 73 159 20 187 9 74 12 165 6 113 65 23 130 139 1952 G 20 12 4 11 16 1 1 16 5 12 3 2 3 1 11 8 10 17 16 9 17 11 4 5 2 56 W-L RecoRd: 25-31 R H 2B 3B HR 18 39 9 0 0 26 44 2 1 1 13 52 12 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 36 51 18 5 1 1 1 0 0 0 4 5 0 0 0 13 21 10 0 1 4 5 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 2 9 17 5 1 1 16 36 4 3 1 4 6 2 0 0 26 48 9 2 1 3 5 0 3 0 13 30 7 1 2 1 3 1 0 0 23 46 12 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 11 25 5 0 1 14 23 9 0 0 7 6 0 0 0 15 32 4 0 0 22 37 5 2 0 284 541 116 20 12 GS 0 11 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 7 3 1 0 1 7 5 0 0 1 3 0 4 4 2 2 56 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 SV IP 2 28.2 0 53.1 1 5.0 6 13.0 3 25.0 0 1.0 0 5.0 0 30.1 0 15.0 0 55.0 0 9.0 0 2.0 0 9.0 0 5.0 0 49.2 0 24.2 0 16.1 0 32.1 0 29.0 0 22.0 3 22.0 0 27.1 0 4.0 0 11.0 0 5.2 15 500.1 RBI 12 18 22 0 27 0 0 10 2 4 12 21 2 22 4 12 1 25 1 11 9 1 10 13 242 H 34 62 6 3 26 1 5 36 19 69 14 0 3 7 60 23 15 32 42 27 23 29 3 10 7 556 BB 10 19 19 1 15 0 7 6 7 0 2 5 3 7 0 8 0 6 1 15 3 10 8 13 167 R 19 44 2 1 13 0 3 29 9 42 6 0 0 4 26 19 12 25 24 13 15 27 0 5 10 348 SO 29 18 39 3 61 6 8 13 14 2 20 43 1 59 1 19 2 22 3 29 14 9 18 38 478 ER 18 36 1 0 9 0 3 17 9 32 5 0 0 4 22 16 9 15 19 13 12 24 0 5 7 273 SB 3 13 3 0 8 0 2 1 3 1 1 5 0 4 0 8 1 17 0 5 1 1 6 6 90 HR 3 4 0 0 1 0 1 4 2 5 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 2 0 4 2 0 1 1 37 CS 5 7 3 1 5 0 1 0 1 0 0 4 2 3 2 2 1 5 0 3 0 0 3 3 52 OBP SLG E .398 .414 3 .406 .354 9 .391 .393 7 .250 .455 2 .366 .482 3 .091 .091 2 .375 .200 2 .372 .486 3 .325 .156 0 .357 .750 0 .263 .370 2 .266 .308 4 .440 .400 1 .299 .342 13 .500 1.222 0 .452 .608 1 .250 .333 0 .309 .382 20 .286 .167 0 .328 .292 3 .377 .492 1 .541 .261 4 .300 .277 7 .329 .331 4 .345 .376 105 BK WP 1 5 0 8 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 6 2 8 0 3 0 7 0 4 0 5 0 4 0 9 0 0 0 2 0 3 3 82

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PITCHERS W-L cAtApAno, MAxx 2-2 chen, Min-sih 5-4 coRnWeLL, BenJAMin 0-0 coRRALes, JoshuA 0-1 de Jesus, yunioR 6-3 eLiAs, Roenis 0-0 hensLey, steven 0-0 hoLMAn, dAvid 2-1 huiJeR, LARs 0-1 kAALekAhi, chARLes 3-4 kAspARek, kenn 0-0 kieL, RyAn 0-0 kiM, seon gi 1-0 MedinA, yoeRvis 0-0 MiLLeR, tRevoR 2-2 ogAndo, Jochi 1-4 pLotz, BRAndon 0-0 ReynA, MARcos 2-3 RonnenBeRgh, scott 1-0 sAquiLon, gABe 0-2 sundeRLAnd, ALex 0-2 vALenzA, nick 0-2 veRsnik, BenJAMin 0-0 White, RichARd 0-0 zARAgozA, eRnesto 0-0 TEAm TOTAL 25-31

ERA 5.65 6.08 1.80 0.00 3.24 0.00 5.40 5.04 5.40 5.24 5.00 0.00 0.00 7.20 3.99 5.84 4.96 4.18 5.90 5.32 4.91 7.90 0.00 4.09 11.12 4.91

HB BB SO 2 11 29 7 25 39 1 0 2 0 6 10 1 5 17 0 0 0 0 2 3 6 7 19 1 2 9 4 17 44 2 2 8 0 0 0 0 4 7 0 1 9 2 12 36 2 25 15 2 11 19 0 16 31 0 13 23 0 10 19 0 7 27 0 28 20 0 2 3 2 7 13 2 6 8 34 219 410

key: * - LeFthAnded hitteR/pitcheR, # - sWitch hitteR

2011 MARINERS ORGANIZATIONAL STANDINGS
MINOR LEAGUES
Team Tacoma Jackson High Desert Clinton Everett Pulaski AZL Mariners DSL Mariners VSL Mariners League Pacific Coast Southern California Midwest Northwest Appalachian Arizona Dominican Venezuelan Level AAA AA A A Short-A Rookie Rookie Rookie Rookie won-Lost 70-74 38-32, 1st Half 30-40, 2nd Half 32-38, 1st Half 27-43, 2nd Half 21-46, 1st Half 39-30, 2nd Half 16-22, 1st Half 21-17, 2nd Half 32-36 25-31 45-24 38-34 Standings 2nd 2nd 4th T2nd T4th 8th 2nd 3rd 2nd 3rd 2nd 1st 3rd GB -7.0 -5.0 -12.5 -6.0 -15.0 -21.0 -2.5 -8.0 -1.0 -8.0 -13.0 +2.0 -2.0

226

DSL MARINERS
BATTERS ALcAntARA, isMAeL * BeRRo, noe BReA, ivAn cApRiAtA, ALexAndeR de Jesus, JhARMidy gueRReRo, gABRieL MARceLino, WestLondeR # MARte, keteL MARtinez, WiLton MAtiAs, Luis MinA, diego MoRALes, estARLyn peRez, RAndy sAnchez, MigueL soto, geoRge * WeL, AxeL zoRRiLLA, JAneLFRy TEAm TOTAL PITCHERS Aquino, gRegoRio BRAzoBAn, doMingo cLeto, RAMiRe * coRtoReAL, LeoneL de Jesus, yunioR de LA cRuz, noeL doMinguez, RonALd dRuLLARd, geoRge gARciA, oLiveR gARciA, RigoBeRto gonzALez, yeuRi JuLio, ivAn * MARte, WAndeR * Munoz, Leoncio nunez, JunioR RosARio, enRique tAMARez, ALBeRt toRRes, Jose TEAm TOTAL AVG .148 .214 .222 .253 .000 .236 .253 .259 .170 .238 .206 .230 .257 .221 .232 .267 .321 .242 G 24 46 13 41 1 57 30 62 49 43 35 54 50 32 59 56 66 69 AB 61 126 36 99 4 191 83 220 147 126 68 165 105 86 181 187 224 2119 G 14 17 13 5 10 14 10 7 14 9 9 13 9 13 13 16 6 14 69 W-L RecoRd: 45-24 R H 2B 3B HR 6 9 2 0 2 16 27 4 2 4 3 8 1 0 0 13 25 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 24 45 9 0 1 11 21 3 1 2 44 57 5 3 2 14 25 6 1 1 18 30 1 0 2 16 14 5 0 0 19 38 6 2 1 33 27 4 1 1 8 19 6 0 2 24 42 10 2 4 28 50 13 1 6 50 72 21 2 12 327 512 103 15 41 GS 8 3 3 3 0 2 0 1 0 9 0 12 8 2 5 0 0 13 69 CG 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 SV IP 0 51.0 1 54.2 0 26.1 0 12.2 3 18.1 1 35.2 4 27.0 0 10.1 4 23.2 0 24.2 2 19.1 0 64.1 0 38.1 0 27.0 0 33.1 2 31.1 0 5.2 0 75.1 17 579.0 RBI 6 17 0 15 0 14 9 22 13 12 6 10 7 11 32 26 61 261 H 50 51 35 10 10 31 24 4 17 21 21 64 18 27 39 16 6 57 501 BB 11 14 0 9 0 14 11 26 14 12 9 21 27 17 32 21 24 264 R 43 21 23 6 5 18 5 6 12 19 8 26 4 15 20 11 11 23 276 SO 24 40 12 10 1 29 11 35 29 25 21 20 16 17 41 30 37 399 ER 33 18 19 6 1 15 4 5 7 11 7 20 4 11 16 5 10 18 209 SB 1 5 0 3 0 4 4 16 2 3 1 4 22 3 6 3 13 90 HR 6 3 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 3 1 2 1 2 0 2 26 CS 1 3 0 3 0 3 0 6 2 2 3 4 7 1 9 2 5 51 OBP .278 .322 .222 .339 .000 .288 .340 .341 .262 .317 .325 .328 .451 .343 .345 .349 .405 .338 SLG .279 .373 .250 .354 .000 .298 .386 .336 .245 .294 .279 .309 .343 .360 .376 .444 .594 .362 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 E 1 14 5 9 0 2 0 11 4 4 2 2 4 7 10 5 6 103 WP 5 3 5 4 4 6 1 4 7 2 1 10 10 4 4 5 1 8 84

W-L 3-4 9-2 2-2 0-1 3-1 3-1 2-1 0-1 3-0 0-5 2-0 5-2 2-0 3-0 1-1 2-2 0-0 5-1 45-24

ERA 5.82 2.96 6.49 4.26 0.49 3.79 1.33 4.35 2.66 4.01 3.26 2.80 0.94 3.67 4.32 1.44 15.88 2.15 3.25

HB BB SO 7 34 35 3 12 37 5 15 15 3 8 11 0 3 20 6 17 28 2 7 18 2 14 9 4 23 25 4 14 18 3 5 12 10 17 36 1 15 49 0 15 30 0 19 23 8 12 27 1 11 3 9 26 42 68 267 438

key: * - LeFthAnded hitteR/pitcheR, # - sWitch hitteR

DSL MARINERS PLAYOFF STATISTICS
BATTERS AVG * BeRRo, noe .000 cApRiAtA, ALexAndeR .273 gueRReRo, gABRieL .235 MARceLino, WestLondeR .000 # MARte, keteL .211 MARtinez, WiLton .250 MAtiAs, Luis .364 MinA, diego .000 MoRALes, estARLyn 1.000 peRez, RAndy .308 sAnchez, MigueL .250 soto, geoRge .267 * WeL, AxeL .429 zoRRiLLA, JAneLFRy .211 TOTAL-ALL BATTERS .260 PITCHERS Aquino, gRegoRio BRAzoBAn, doMingo de LA cRuz, noeL doMinguez, RonALd gARciA, oLiveR JuLio, ivAn * Munoz, Leoncio RosARio, enRique toRRes, Jose TOTAL-ALL PITCHERS W-L 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 G AB 3 5 4 11 4 17 1 2 4 19 4 16 3 11 2 3 4 1 3 13 2 4 4 15 4 14 4 19 4 150 ERA 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.45 2.45 5.40 2.70 0.00 4.15 1.80 G 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 4 R 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 3 14 GS 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 4 pLAyoFF RecoRd: 2-2 H 2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 1 0 0 6 3 0 0 4 1 0 0 39 9 1 2 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 6.1 6.0 7.1 3.2 3.2 5.0 3.1 0.1 4.1 40.0 RBI 0 0 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 10 H 5 0 6 1 2 6 3 0 4 27 BB 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 4 1 1 11 R 1 0 1 1 1 3 2 0 2 11 SO 3 2 3 1 4 3 1 1 0 3 2 4 4 4 35 ER 0 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 2 8 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 HR 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 CS 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 HB 1 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 7 OBP SLG E .000 .000 0 .273 .364 0 .235 .294 0 .000 .000 .250 .211 2 .294 .438 2 .462 .545 1 .000 .000 1 1.000 3.000 0 .400 .308 0 .250 1.000 0 .421 .333 0 .500 .643 1 .250 .263 0 .319 .373 11 BB 0 5 2 3 1 1 1 0 4 17 SO 4 3 4 4 2 1 1 1 4 24 BK WP 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 7

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# # # BATTERS BRito, MigueL BuRin, FeLipe cALdeRon, yoRdi coRoneL, RAMon diAz, FRAnkLin FeRnAndez, RAFAeL gonzALez, RicARdo hARt, kenny kALBAkgi, Jose LAMpe, giLMeR MicheL, RAshynoL nieto, ARtuRo okudA, pedRo pALMA, ALexy quevedo, JohAn ugueto, Jesus WAWoe, giAnFRAnco TEAm TOTAL AVG .286 .381 .271 .352 .211 .250 .165 .265 .182 .300 .213 .231 .275 .263 .205 .262 .179 .264 W-L 0-0 4-0 5-2 3-2 6-3 3-4 1-4 3-3 0-0 4-0 1-4 1-5 1-2 0-1 0-1 2-0 4-3 38-34 G 8 41 68 61 46 44 29 59 33 40 59 31 51 55 19 62 36 72 AB 28 160 247 210 128 100 79 181 88 140 197 91 149 179 44 229 78 2328 G 5 16 13 10 14 14 13 13 2 13 17 14 13 4 6 12 20 72 W-L RecoRd: 38-34 R H 2B 3B HR 2 8 2 0 0 29 61 18 2 1 30 67 16 0 7 36 74 14 1 0 19 27 5 0 2 24 25 3 0 0 11 13 3 0 1 38 48 15 1 5 6 16 3 0 2 28 42 8 1 6 32 42 3 2 0 7 21 5 0 0 28 41 6 0 0 27 47 10 1 4 8 9 0 0 0 38 60 15 2 2 13 14 2 0 0 376 615 128 10 30 GS 0 0 11 0 14 12 0 0 2 2 0 10 12 1 6 2 0 72 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 SV IP 0 4.0 3 37.2 0 69.0 0 17.1 0 82.1 0 60.2 0 25.0 1 25.2 0 2.2 2 36.1 2 39.2 1 74.2 0 53.2 0 3.0 0 18.0 0 18.0 8 48.2 17 616.1 RBI 4 38 39 27 16 8 6 24 7 31 18 11 17 24 4 25 8 307 H 6 31 51 26 88 68 30 20 4 27 34 82 54 9 18 20 54 622 BB 3 23 32 14 25 21 12 34 8 24 14 6 37 28 7 36 17 341 R 7 20 22 17 35 35 21 16 1 14 20 42 29 16 8 11 21 335 SO 5 19 62 31 22 9 20 35 23 12 38 11 17 32 8 46 14 404 ER 7 14 20 15 23 31 18 8 0 11 14 32 22 13 4 8 14 252 SB 1 1 14 6 4 9 3 13 1 16 15 2 7 9 0 6 3 110 HR 0 1 2 1 3 6 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 20 CS 1 3 8 3 1 4 0 2 0 3 5 1 8 8 0 2 2 51 OBP .355 .460 .373 .406 .353 .395 .283 .419 .250 .417 .282 .307 .422 .361 .314 .363 .360 .371 SLG .357 .538 .421 .429 .297 .280 .241 .442 .284 .500 .249 .286 .315 .397 .205 .371 .205 .366 E 0 6 28 18 5 12 3 2 4 2 1 1 5 5 3 6 10 128

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ERA 15.75 3.35 2.61 7.79 2.51 4.60 6.48 2.81 0.00 2.72 3.18 3.86 3.69 39.00 2.00 4.00 2.59 3.68

HB BB SO 4 4 3 3 18 26 4 23 35 0 11 13 7 18 56 5 19 40 3 15 12 4 13 8 0 1 3 3 22 27 0 24 29 8 24 32 3 22 28 3 8 3 2 6 8 1 22 8 4 9 30 54 259 361

BK WP 0 1 0 5 1 4 2 5 0 8 1 5 2 5 0 3 0 0 0 6 0 5 0 7 1 4 0 1 0 1 1 8 0 4 8 72

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2011 MARINERS MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS OF THE wEEK
Chris Seddon, LHP Nick Czyz, LHP Mike Carp, INF/OF Vinnie Catricala, INF Brandon Maurer, RHP Mike Carp, INF/OF Kalian Sams, OF Dennis Raben, INF Guillermo Pimentel, INF Reynaldo Sabala, RHP Jose Campos, RHP Kevin Rivers, OF James Paxton, LHP Stephen Kohlscheen, RHP James Gillheeney, LHP Jon Hesketh, LHP Ben Corwell, RHP Tacoma – PCL (April 7-17) High Desert - California League (May 2-8) Tacoma – PCL (May 9-15) High Desert - California League (May 9-15) High Desert - California League (May 23-29) Tacoma – PCL (May 30-June 5) Clinton – Midwest League (May 30-June 5) High Desert - California League (June 6-12) Pulaski – Appalachian League (July 4-10) Pulaski – Appalachian League (July 4-10) Everett – Northwest League (July 11-17) Clinton – Midwest League (July 18-24) Jackson – Southern League (August 1-7) Clinton – Midwest League (August 1-7) Jackson – Southern League (August 29-Sept. 5) High Desert – California League (August 29-Sept. 5) Pulaski – Appalachian League (August 29-Sept. 5) 228

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MINOR LEAGUE STAFF
AZUAJE, Jesus
Latin America Field Coordinator
Born on Jan. 16, 1973…resides in Cabudare Edo, Lara, VZ with wife Glenis and two sons Jesus Alberto and Samuel Alexander…begins his sixth season in the Mariners organization, first as Latin America Field Coordinator…spent two seasons as manager for AZL Mariners (2010-11)…was coach in Clinton in 2009…spent the 2008 season with Pulaski after spending the 2007 season as coach for the Mariners Venezuelan Summer League team…has spent the last 18 seasons as a coach with the Cardenales de Lara in the Venezuelan Winter Leagues…originally signed by the Cleveland Indians as a non-drafted free agent in 1991…was traded to the New York Mets’ organization in 1995 and spent the next four seasons in their minor league system (1995-98)…played the 1999 season on the Brewers double-A affiliate and named to the All-Star team…spent the 2000 season in the International League with Detroit…played in the Independent Atlantic League from 200103…spent the 2004-06 season playing in Italy with the T&A San Marino.

CABRERA, Nasusel

Latin America Pitching Coordinator

Born July 20, 1967…resides in Santo Domingo, DR with wife Milvia…has two children, son Nasusel and daughter Nasmil…begins his sixth season in the Mariners organization, third as the Latin America Pitching Coordinator…will also serve as the Pulaski pitching coach for the third consecutive year in 2011…was pitching coach for the Everett AquaSox in 2008…spent the 2007 season as pitching coach for the Mariners Dominican Summer League affiliate…prior to joining the Mariners organization spent 18 years as a pitching coach in the Dominican Republic…is the pitching coach for Escogido in the Dominican Winter League…spent the 1986-88 season pitching in Oakland minor league organization.

CASTRO, Jose

Hitting Coordinator

Born May 5, 1958…resides in Miami, FL with his wife, Lisa, and two children, Rachel and Matthew…in his 24th season as a professional hitting coach, fifth as Minor League Hitting Coordinator with Seattle…named Staff Member of the Year by the Seattle Mariners after succeeding in several roles during the 2010 season; started as Minor League Hitting Coordinator and took over as the hitting coach at AAA Tacoma on May 9…was interim Major League Hitting Coach from June 20, 2008 through end of season…spent four seasons as a hitting instructor in the San Diego organization (2004-07), including three years at AAA Portland…was a coach at AA Mobile in 2004…served as a coach at the AAA level with the Montreal organization, 2002-03…spent 10 seasons (1992-2001) in the Florida Marlins organization…served as hitting coach at AA Portland (1998-2001) and A Brevard County (1995-97)…also served in the same capacity with AA Portland, (1994), A Kane County (1993) and A Erie (1992)…after retiring in 1989, began coaching career in the Montreal organization at Jamestown in 1990 and Rockford in 1991…originally selected by Philadelphia in the 27th round of the 1977 June draft…ascended as high as Triple-A during stints in the minor leagues with the Phillies, White Sox, Blue Jays, Royals and Expos… graduated in 1977 from Jackson Senior High School in Miami, FL.

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GARNER, Darrin

Infield and Baserunning Coordinator

Born Dec. 19, 1965 Resides in Peoria, AZ with wife Karen and daughters Regan and Katie…begins his 16th season in the Mariners organization, eighth as Infield Coordinator… promoted to Baserunning Coordinator in 2010…spent 2003-2004 as coach with Everett… managed Peoria in 2002…coached in 2000-2001 with Everett…managed 1999 at single-A Lancaster…led Peoria to a 2nd place finish in both 1997 and 1998 in the Arizona League (rookie)…coached 1995-96 seasons at Mariners double-A Port City…was a coach in the Texas Rangers’ farm system from 1992-94…spent six years as an infielder in the Rangers minor league system…was selected by Texas in the first round (secondary phase) of the 1985 June draft…attended Orange Coast J.C. in Los Angeles, CA. 229

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GOROSICS, Chris
Rehab Coordinator
Born June 11, 1974…resides in Peoria, AZ with wife Gabriela and twin daughters Adrianna and Nicole…begins his ninth season in the Mariners organization (2001-06, 2011-current)…in first stint with the Mariners was a trainer with A Appleton (2000-01) and AA San Antonio (2002-06)…spent four seasons in the Texas organization (2007-10)…was Minor League Rehab Coordinator in 2007, trainer for the Spokane Indians in 2008 and spent two seasons as trainer in AA Frisco…graduated from Kent State University with a B.S. in Kinesiology and from St. Peter’s College in New Jersey with a M.A. in Education.

HOwELL, Jack
Field Coordinator
Born Aug. 18, 1961…resides in Tucson, AZ with his wife, Lori…have four children, Joshua, Dallas, Hunter and Haley…spent the 2011 season as the minor league hitting coordinator for the Florida Marlins system…spent nine season with the Arizona Diamondbacks organization, including to seasons as the Major League Hitting Coach (2009-10)…joined the coaching staff on May 8, 2009…served as the Diamondbacks minor league field coordinator from 2005-09 after a season as the minor league hitting coordinator in 2004…was the hitting coach at Triple-A Tucson in 2003…managed at Rookie-Advanced Missoula in 2002…dad an 11-year Major League career from 1985-99 with the Angels, Padres and Astros…hit .239 with 108 home runs and 337 RBI in 941 career games…played four seasons in Japan from 1992-95 and hit 100 home runs, including a league-leading 38 homers in 1992 for the Yakult Swallows…played baseball at the University of Arizona in 1983 after two seasons at Pima Community College (Tucson).

MAY JR., Lee

Hitting Coordinator

Born May 3, 1968…resides in Cincinnati, OH with his wife, Jackqueline…have two daughters-Ashley and Erika and two sons-Jacob and Lee III…spent eight season as a coach the Cleveland Indians organization, including the 2010-11 seasons with the Columbus Clippers…spent 3 seasons as a coach for the Akron Aeros (2007-09)…served as a coach in the Eastern League All-Star game twice (2009 & 2008)…led Akron to the highest batting average (.277) in the Eastern League in 2007…served as the hitting coach of USA Baseball at the World Cup in Holland following the 2005 season…was manager for Lake County (Indians) in 2006, coach for the Kinston Indians (Indians) in 2005, coach for the Burlington Indians in 2004 and coach for Kingsport (Mets) for two season 199697…began career as a scouting supervisor for the New York Met (1993-96)…originally a 1st round selections (21st overall) by the New York Mets in the 1986 draft…played eight season in the minors with the Mets and Kansas City Royals from 1986-1993…Father Lee May Sr. was a three-time All-Star who played 18 Major League seasons with the Reds, Astros, Orioles and Royals from 1965-1982. MINOR LEAGUES

SOUTHARD, Jimmy

Athletic Trainer Coordinator

Born June 9, 1974…resides in Glendale, AZ…enters his first season with the Mariners organization as Athletic Trainer Coordinator…spent three season with the Arizona Diamondback organization (2009-11)…prior to that spent six six years as a trainer in the Tampa Bay Rays organization…was the trainer for Triple-A Durham in 2008, Double-A Montgomery in 2007, Single-A Advanced Visalia from 2004-06, Rookie-level Princeton in 2003 and Single-A Charleston in 2002…named the Minor League Athletic Trainer of the Year as well as the California League Athletic Trainer of the Year by the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society in 2006…previously worked as a trainer with New Mexico State University’s baseball and football programs in 2001-02 as well as serving as the head athletic trainer, teaching athletic training, at Nogales (Ariz.) High School in the fall of 2003…holds a bachelor’s of science degree in physical education from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Ariz. 230

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STEARNS, John

Catching Coordinator

Born Aug. 25, 1951…resides in Port St. Lucie, FL…has three sons Michael (10/27/75), Madden (12/24/77) and Justin (12/18/80)…enters his first season as the Mariners Minor League Catching Coordinator and spending three seasons as a pro scout for the Mariners (2009-11)…enters his 38th season in professional baseball in 2012, serving as a scout, manager, coach, roving catching and hitting instructor, player and ESPN broadcaster… managed Washington's double-A Harrisburg squad in 2006…served as the New York Mets catching coordinator during the 2005 season…managed Norfolk (AAA) in 2004 and Binghamton (AA) in 2003…was the Mets Major League third base coach and catching instructor in 2000 and 2001…member of the Mets scouting department in 1999 and 2002…was a major league scout and a Roving Minor League Instructor for the Baltimore in 1998 and the Orioles first base coach in 1996-97…spent the 1995 season on the coaching staff with the Cincinnati Reds…in 1994 managed the Reds single-A Princeton club to the Appalachian League Championship and was named the league's Manager of the Year… following the 1994 season, managed the Peoria Javelinas to the AFL Championship…was a major league scout for the Reds in 1993 and a member of ESPN's baseball broadcast team in 1992…managed Toronto's Knoxville (AA) club from 1990-91, winning the Northern Division Championship in the Southern League in 1991…in 1989 was a bullpen coach with the New York Yankees…in 1988 was the Houston Astros roving catching and hitting instructor…was an advance scout with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1987…played in 11 major league seasons, hitting .260 with 152 doubles, 46 home runs and 312 RBI in 810 games with Philadelphia (1974) and the New York Mets (1975-84)…was a 4-time NL AllStar (1977, 1979, 1980 and 1982)…originally selected by Philadelphia as the 2nd overall pick in the 1973 First-Year Player Draft…2-sport athlete at University of Colorado…had opportunity to play in the NFL for the Buffalo Bills, but opted for baseball.

wAITS, Rick

Pitching Coordinator

Born May 15, 1952…resides in Tucson with his wife, Annie…have three children, daughter Kathryn, and sons Michael and John…in second season with the Mariners as Minor League Pitching Coordinator…spent 15 years working in the New York Mets Player Development department (1996-2010), including seven seasons as the Minor League Pitching Coordinator (2004-10)…in 2010 the Mets minor leaguers combined for a 471-433 record with a 3.90 ERA…prior to his role as Coordinator, served as Pitching Coach through various levels of the Mets Minor League system, and also served as the Mets Major League Bullpen Coach for the 2003 season…prior to joining the Mets, worked abroad in the Italian Baseball Federation managing for the Rimini Pirates (1987-89) and Parma Angels (199394)…captured four Italian Federation titles, and was named Manager of the Year in 1988… pitched in the Major Leagues over 12 seasons, with Texas (1973), Cleveland (1975-83), and Milwaukee (1983-85)…overall he compiled a 79-92 record with 8 saves and a 4.25 ERA in 317 games (190 starts) in the Majors Leagues…in total, hurled 47 complete games and 10 complete game shutouts…defeated the New York Yankees, 9-2, with a complete-game effort during 1978 regular season finale to force the historic Yankees-Red Sox one-game playoff…drafted by the Washington Senators in the 5th-round of the 1970 amateur draft and made his ML debut a year later on September 17, 1973 with the Texas Rangers.

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MARINERS wITH 4 EXTRA BASE HITS IN A GAME
Player Mike Blowers Ken Griffey Jr. Mike Cameron Adrian Beltre Raul Ibañez Adrian Beltre Date 5/24/1995 7/1/1998 5/2/2002 5/28/2007 6/11/2007 7/6/2007 Opp. BOS COL at CWS at LAA at CLE at OAK AB 5 5 5 5 5 5 R 2 2 4 3 2 2 H 4 4 4 4 4 5 2B 2 3 0 2 1 2 3B 1 0 0 0 1 0 HR 1 1 4 2 2 2 RBI 8 2 4 3 5 3 XBH 4 4 4 4 4 4

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wHEELOCK, Gary

Rehab Pitching Coordinator

Born November 29, 1951…resides in Buckeye, AZ with wife Rosendy…beginning his 29th season as a coach in the Mariners organization, his first as Rehab Pitching Coordinator…spent previous eight seasons as pitching coach with Peoria (2004-11)… was pitching coach at Everett in 2003…spent 1999-2002 as pitching coach at Peoria… was pitching coach at Everett in 1998…tutored Chris Mears to a 9-1, 2.74 record and Mariners Minor League Pitcher of the Year award in 1998…was pitching coach for Everett during the 1996 season, and at Peoria from 1993-95…spent 1992 as pitching coach at San Bernardino in the California League…was pitching coach at Mariners single-A Bellingham club from 1988-91…began coaching career with the San Antonio Dodgers in 1981…served as the Mariners minor league roving pitching instructor from 1983-86…coached with Oklahoma City in 1987, before re-joining the Mariners’ organization in 1988…graduated from Troy H.S. in Fullerton, CA in 1969…earned an A.A. degree from Fullerton J.C. and a B.A. in social science from UC Irvine…led NCAA College Division pitchers with a 17-2 record in 1974…was the California Angels’ sixth round selection in 1974 June draft… became the first player to ever sign a contract with the Mariners on November 17, 1976… career included ML stints with California (1976) and Seattle (1977 and 1980).

ALL-TIME MINOR LEAGUE AFFILIATES
AAA: AA: Tacoma (1995-c), Calgary (1985-94), Salt Lake (1982-84), Spokane (1979-81), San Jose (1978) Jackson/West Tenn (2007-c), San Antonio (2001-06), New Haven (19992000), Orlando (1998), Memphis (1997), Port City (1995-96), Jacksonville (1991-94), Williamsport (1989-90), Burlington (1988), Chattanooga (1983-87), Lynn (1980-82) High Desert (2007-c), Inland Empire (2003-06), San Bernardino (1988-92, 2000-02), Lancaster (1996-2000), Riverside (1993-96), Salinas (1984-87), Bakersfield (1982), San Jose (1979-80), Stocton (1978) Clinton (2009-c), Wisconsin (1995-2008), Appleton (1993-94), Peninsula (1990-92), Wausau (1980-89), Alexandria (1979) Everett (1995-c), Bellingham (1977-94) Pulaski (2008-c), Butte (1984) Peoria (1993-c), Tempe* (1988-92) Dominican (1989-c), Venezuelan (2002-c)

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• Navy Soutache trim on sleeves.

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• Jersey Lettering "AquaSox" centered. OFFICIAL HOME JERSEY Navy letters with aqua outlines. • Batting Practice cap logo on left sleeve. • Navy numbers with aqua outlines 4” high on the front and 8” high on the back

LETTERING – ONE COLOR

Common colors all caps

• White body and sleeves.

AAA TACOMA RAINIERS
BROwN, Daren
Born on June 13, 1967 in Holdenville, OK…resides in Amarillo, TX with wife, Cindy and daughter Chloe Lynn…begins his 12th season in the Mariners organization, sixth season as manager of Tacoma…opened the 2010 season as the manager of the AAA Tacoma Rainiers before being named the Mariners interim manager on Aug. 9…was 19-31 (.38) at the helm of the Mariners…selected to manage the Pacific Coast League in the 2010 AAA All-Star Game in Allentown, PA…managed the Rainiers to the top of the Pacific Coast League standings (61-54) prior to being promoted to Seattle…led the Rainiers to a 283-264 record in 4 seasons (2007-10)…Rainiers won PCL North Division championship in 2009 (74-70); lost to Sacramento in the first round of the PCL Playoffs…managed San Antonio in 2006…spent 2004-05 as manager of Inland Empire…led 66ers to a 77-63 record and was the only team in Mariners organization to play in the postseason in 2004… led the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers to a 69-66 record in 2003…Wisconsin earned a playoff berth with a 38-28 first half and finished 2nd in the division…managed the San Bernardino Stampede in 2001-02…led club to 77-63 overall record in 2002 and first place finish in the first half of the season…spent 1994-2000 with the independent league Amarillo (TX) Dillas…was the club’s manager from 1998-2000, compiling a 203-77 (.725) record which included winning the Texas-Louisiana League Championship in 1999…Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame Baseball Man of the Year in 1999…along with his coaching duties with Amarillo, compiled a 60-24 record as a starting pitcher from 1994-99…named to the league All-Star team from 1995-98 and was named the league’s Most Valuable Pitcher in 1995, 1997 and 1998…spent 1989-93 pitching in the Toronto Blue Jays organization, spending his final two seasons with Double-A Knoxville…finished his pro career with a 90-49 overall record…originally selected by Toronto in the 29th round of the 1989 June draft.

MANAGER

MANAGERIAL RECORD
YEAR 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CLUB LG Amarillo tex-LA (ind.) Amarillo tex-LA (ind.) tex-LA (ind.) Amarillo san Bernardino california san Bernardino california Wisconsin Midwest inland empire california inland empire california san Antonio texas tacoma pcL pcL tacoma pcL tacoma pcL tacoma seAttLe AL 2011 pcL tacoma career MiLB totals Career mLB Totals W 64 63 76 76 77 69 77 58 60 68 80 74 61 19 70 868 19 L 20 21 36 64 63 66 63 82 78 76 64 70 54 31 74 765 31 PCT. .762 .750 .679 .543 .550 .511 .550 .414 .435 .472 .556 .514 .530 .380 .486 .532 .380 FINISH 1st in division 1st in division/won championship 1st in division 4th/1st in division 1st/t2nd in division 2nd/7th in division 2nd/2nd in division 5th/5th in division 4th/4th in division 3rd in division 2nd in division 1st in division 1st in division/won championship* --2nd in division

*named Mariners interim manager on Aug. 9, 2010.

BERNARD, Dwight

Born May 31, 1952…resides on Belle Rive, IL with wife Barbara, son Jason and daughters Jamie and Kelly…begins his ninth season in the Mariners Minor League Organization, his sixth as pitching coach for Tacoma (2006-09, 2011-current)…spent 2010 season as pitching coach for Clinton…was pitching coach with San Antonio in 2005, while spending the 2004 season as pitching coach for Inland Empire…prior to joining the Mariners spent 2003 as Minor League Pitching Coordinator for the Milwaukee Brewers… coached in the Brewers organization from 1998-2002…coached in the Alaskan Summer league in 1997…was Minor League Pitching Coordinator for the Minnesota Twins from 1990-1996…coached in the Twins organization from 1987-89…began coaching in 1986 in the Pittsburgh organization…drafted by the New York Mets in the 2nd round in the 1974 draft…spent most of his career pitching in the minor leagues for New York (197479), Milwaukee (1980-82), Houston (1983-84) and Baltimore (1985)…pitched in the Major Leagues with New York (1978-78) and Milwaukee (1981-82), pitching in the postseason both years with the Brewers. 233

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PENTLAND, Jeff

Born Sept. 18, 1946…resides in Mesa, AZ with wife Elizabeth…has two children, daughter Katie and son Josh…begins his 23rd season in professional baseball, including two season playing minor league baseball…spent the last four years working in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization, including last season as the Major League Hitting Coach… prior to 2010 he served as the Dodgers minor league hitting instructor…served as the hitting coach for the Seattle Mariners from 2005-08…prior to his tenure with the Mariners, was the hitting coach for Kansas City (2002-05) and the Chicago Cubs (1997-2002)… before becoming a Major League coach he served as the minor league hitting coordinator for the New York Mets at the beginning of the 1997 season and from 1992-96 he served the Florida Marlins in different capacities as he was a scout (1992-93) and minor league hitting coach (1993-96)…began his assistant coaching career in the college ranks at Mesa Community College (AZ), Arizona State University and UC-Riverside, winning two National Championships with the Highlanders…also served as the assistant athletic director for Wichita State University…while a college coach, worked with future big leaguers Barry Bonds, Ken Landreaux, Fernando Viña and Mike Devereaux…as a player he spent three seasons in the San Diego Padres' minor league system (1969-71) playing first base, outfield, pitcher and catcher…played under Don Zimmer at Salt Lake City (AAA) in 1970, batting .302 in 98 games and appearing in 20 games as a reliever…despite being lefthanded, Pentland was used as a catcher in 15 games for Lodi (A) in 1971…has both a bachelor's degree and a master's degree from Arizona State University where he was a member of the Sun Devils' 1967 National Championship team…inducted into the ASU Hall of Fame in October 2002.

COACH

NEwBERG, Tom

Born Sept. 30, 1961…resides in Seattle with his wife, Colleen, and three children: daughter Jessa and sons Tucker & Alexander…enters his 26th year as trainer in the Mariners organization, sixth with Tacoma…selected as the athletic trainer for the 2009 AAA All-Star game in Portland spent 17 seasons (1990-2006) as an assistant trainer at the Major League level…joined the Mariners organization in 1987 as trainer of the Salinas Spurs and advanced to AA Vermont in 1988…in 1989, served as the trainer for Calgary in the PCL… received his undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon in 1984…worked with Fleming II Sports Physical Therapy Clinic in Santa Cruz, CA…returned to Eugene and received his master's degree in health education while serving as a graduate assistant trainer with Oregon’s Department of Intercollegiate Athletics…been involved with research studies at the Donald B. Slocum Sports Medicine Laboratory in Eugene, OR…during the 1997 off-season, he traveled to Tokyo as a Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society representative to lecture on athletic health care for the Japanese Baseball Athletic Training Society…following the 1999 season, Tom and Rick Griffin were named the MLB Athletic Training Staff of the Year by the P.B.A.T.S…also honored to serve as the AL certified athletics trainer for the 2001 All-Star Game in Seattle…a member of the Northwest and National Athletic Trainers Associations. MINOR LEAGUES

ATHLETIC TRAINER

NEUMANN, CJ

Born May 19, 1987…resides in Newcastle, WA…begins first year in the Mariners Minor League system as Athletic Trainer for the Rainiers…prior to working in the Mariner’s system worked as a seasonal athletic training intern with the Seattle Seahawks (2011 season), a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer with the Arizona State University Football team (2009 and 2010 seasons), and as an undergraduate athletic training student with the Oregon State University Football Team (2007 and 2008 seasons) and Baseball team (2009 season)…earned a Bachelor's of Science in Exercise and Sport Science from Oregon State University in 2009…earned a Masters of Education from Arizona State University in 2011 …spent the 2011-2012 NFL season working as a seasonal athletic training intern with the Seattle Seahawks…is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association since 2007… Certified Athletic Trainer since 2009.

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER

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AA JACKSON GENERALS
PANKOVITS, Jim
Born on Aug. 6, 1955…resides in North Myrtle Beach, SC…in second year in the Mariners organization and as Manager of AA Jackson…spent 16 years working in the Houston Astros Player Development department, including two seasons as the manager of the Tri-City ValleyCats (2009-10)…in 2010 led the ValleyCats to the New York-Penn League Championship…in addition to his managerial duties, also served as the Astros Minor League Infield Coordinator…managed at various levels in the Astros Minor League system from 1995-1999 and 2006-08…in 2006 led Salem to its first Carolina League Playoff berth since 1988, and was named the league’s Manager of the Year…prior to 2006, served six seasons as Houston’s Minor League Defense Coordinator…also severed as the minor league infield coordinator in 2000…began managerial career managing Boston’s AA club in New Britain (1992-94)…originally drafted by the Astros in the 4th round of the 1976 June Draft…spent parts of five seasons with the Astros, compiling a .250 average in 318 games…also played with the Pittsburgh, Los Angeles (NL) and Boston.

MANAGER

MANAGERIAL RECORD
YEAR CLUB LEAGUE 1992 new Britain eastern 1993 new Britain eastern 1994 new Britain eastern 1995 quad city Midwest Midwest 1996 quad city 1998 Jackson texas 1999 Jackson texas 2006 salem carolina 2007 salem carolina 2008 salem carolina 2009 tri-city new york-penn 2010 tri-city new york-pen 2011 Jackson southern Career Totals W 58 52 59 67 62 68 68 76 79 56 27 36 68 776 L 82 88 81 70 69 72 72 61 60 84 48 34 72 893 PCT. .414 .371 .421 .489 .473 .486 .486 .555 .568 .400 .360 .514 .486 .468 FINISH 8th 8th 8th 2nd 4th - Western div. champs 4th 5th 2nd 2nd 4th in division 4th in division 1st in division 2nd in division

PAINTER, Lance

Born July 21, 1967 in Bedford, England…resides in Gilbert, AZ with wife Kelly and daughters Jordan and Madison and son Jake…begins his seventh season in the Mariners organization, third as pitching coach with Jackson…has also served as pitching coach of Clinton (2009), High Desert (2008) and Wisconsin (2006-07)…pitched professionally from 1990-2003, spending time in the San Diego, Colorado, St. Louis, Toronto and Milwaukee organizations, including 10 years in the Major Leagues…attended the University of Wisconsin…born in England and became naturalized U.S. citizen prior in 1994.

PITCHING COACH

SNYDER, Cory

Born Nov. 11, 1962…resides in Elk Ridge, UT with wife Tina and six children Ashley, Amberly, JC, Taylor, Aubry and Autumn…in second season as a coach in the Mariners Minor system…spent four seasons managing in the independent Golden League (200710)…played in the Major Leagues from 1986 to 1994 with Cleveland, Chicago, Toronto, San Francisco, and Los Angeles Dodgers…prior to his pro-career, was a three-time AllAmerican for BYU…in 1984, was on the first Olympic Baseball team for the United States, which earned a Silver Medal.

COACH

MINOR LEAGUES

TAMEZ, Eduardo

Born Nov. 7, 1976…resides in Corpus Christi, TX with wife Amie and sons Matthew and Elias…begins his fifth season as an athletic trainer in the Mariners Organization, his first with Jackson…spent three season with High Dessert (2008, 2010-2011)…named 2009 Mid-West Athletic Trainer of the Year with Clinton…prior to joining the Mariners, spent three seasons (2005-07) as an athletic trainer in the Rangers organization, his first with the 2005 Northwest League Champions, Spokane and two seasons in Bakersfield…in the summer of 2005, worked a PBATS internship with the Houston Astros…is a 2003 graduate of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi with a B.S. in Kinesiology.

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A HIGH DESERT MAVERICKS
GRIFOL, PEDRO
Born on Nov. 28, 1969…reside in Buckeye, AZ, with his wife Ali and their daughters Lauren (17), Amanda (14) and Camila (8)…is in his 13th season with the Mariners, first as manager with High Desert…spent three seasons as Director of Minor League Operations (2008-11) and three seasons (2006-08) as Coordinator of Instruction (2005-07)…from 2003-2005, managed the Mariners short-A Everett club…was Seattle’s scout in charge of south Florida and Puerto Rico from 2000-2005…played in the minor leagues from 19911999 after being drafted by Minnesota in the sixth round of the 1991 June draft…after spending five seasons in the Twins system, he was selected by the Mets in the 1995 Rule 5 Draft…finished his career with triple-A Norfolk in 1999…graduated from Christopher Columbus High School in Miami, FL, in 1988, where he was selected as the Florida State High School Player of the Year…was a catcher at Florida State University from 1989-91, and appeared in the 1989 and 1991 College World Series, and was First Team All-America in 1991…attained a B.S. degree from Excelsior College/The University of the State of New York in 2001…also a member of the 1987 and 1989 USA Baseball Teams.

MANAGER

MANAGERIAL RECORD
yeAR cLuB 2003 everett 2004 everett 2005 everett Career Totals LeAgue northwest northwest northwest W 32 41 42 115 L 44 35 34 113 pct. .421 .539 .553 .504 Finish 4th in division 2nd in division 3rd in division

DETTORE, Tom

Born Nov. 17, 1947…resides in Florida…begins his fourth season in the Mariners Minor League Organization, third as pitching coach with High Desert…spent the 2009 season as the West Tennessee pitching coach…worked in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization as a Pitching Coordinator (1995-98) and Pitching Coach at rookie league, A, AA, AAA and winter ball (1988-95)…originally drafted by Pittsburgh in the third round of the 1968 Amateur draft (secondary phase) and made ML debut in 1973…went 8-11 with a 5.21 ERA in parts of four seasons (1973-76) in 68 games combined between the Pirates (1968-73) and the Cubs (1974-78).

PITCHING COACH

HOwELL, Roy

MINOR LEAGUES

Born Dec. 18, 1953…resides in Shell Beach, CA…begins his first season in the Mariners Minor League Organization as coach with High Desert…spent the 2011 season as the manager for the Road Warriors Travel team in the Atlantic League…was manager of the San Luis Rattlers in the California Collegiate League (2007-2010)…since 2005 has been a been a private hitting coach…returned to baseball in 2000 and spent six seasons with the San Diego Padres minor league department…spent three seasons a manager at Short-A Eugene (2003-05) and three seasons as manager at Triple-A Portland (2000-02)…selected by Texas in the first round of the 1972 draft out of Lompoc (CA) High School…played in parts of 11 seasons in the Majors with Texas (1974-77), Toronto (1977-80) and Milwaukee (1981-84), batting .261 with 80 homers and 454 RBI in 1,112 games…was an AL All-Star and Toronto's team MVP in 1978…played for Milwaukee in the 1982 World Series.

COACH

DOwNIE, B.J.

Born July 19, 1973…resides in Glendale, AZ, with his son Joseph…begins his first season as trainer for High Desert, after spending the 2011 season with Pulaski…also served as athletic trainer for Clinton in 2010 and as a strength coach and assistant athletic trainer in 2009…also worked as the AZL Mariners trainer in 2001…for six years (200308) worked for Foothills Sports Medicine in Ahwahtuke and Peoria, AZ…trainer in San Francisco organization with AZL Giants (2002) and San Jose (2003)…athletic trainer at Trover Sports Medicine (1997-99) and Advanced Fitness in Seattle, WA (1999-2001)… graduated from Western Oregon University in 1995 with a BS in Physical education… graduated from the University of Oregon in 1997 with a MS in Exercise Science.

ATHLETIC TRAINER

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A CLINTON LUMBERKINGS
MENCHACA, Eddie
Born on Feb. 7, 1981 in El Paso, TX…resides in Phoenix, AZ with wife Lacey and two boys, Jonathan and Anthony…begins his fourth season in the Mariners organization, second as manager of Clinton…led the LumberKings to a playoff spot in 2011 after going 39-30 in the second half of the season…managed the Pulaski Mariners to a 37-28 record in 2010, winning the Appalachian League East; lost to Elizabethton in the first round of the playoffs…was a coach for Pulaski in 2009…spent the 2008 season as coach for the Rookie Arizona League Mariners…played shortstop for seven seasons in the Mariners Minor League system (2001-07), after being signed as a non-drafted free agent on June 24, 2001…attended South Mountain Community College in Phoenix, AZ.

MANAGER

MANAGERIAL RECORD
yeAR cLuB 2010 pulaski 2011 clinton Career Totals LeAgue Appalachian Midwest W 37 63 100 L 28 76 104 pct. .569 .453 .490 Finish 1st in division 6th in division

LORRAINE, Andrew

Born Aug. 11, 1972 in Los Angeles, CA…resides in Scottsdale, AZ with wife Missi and son Mason…begins third year as pitching coach in the Mariners minor league system, his first with Clinton…spent the 2010 season as pitching coach in Pulaski and 2011 season with Everett…pitched in the minor league from 1993-2006…in his six-year major league career, he pitched for California (1994), Chicago-AL (1995), Oakland (1997), Seattle (1998), Chicago-NL (1999-2000), Cleveland (2000), and Milwaukee (2002)…also played for the La New Bears in Taiwan's Chinese Professional Baseball League (2007-08)…was selected out of Hart High School in Newhall, California, by the New York Mets in the 38th round of the 1990 draft, but chose not to sign…after graduating from Stanford was drafted in 1993 in the fourth round by the California Angels.

PITCHING COACH

CRUZ, Tommy

Born Feb. 15, 1951…resides in Arroyo, PR…begins 22nd season in the Mariners organization…spent the 2009-11 season as coach with High Desert…served as the Seattle Mariners batting practice pitcher in 2008…spent the 2007 season as coach with West Tennessee…was coach with Wisconsin from 2005-2006…spent 10 seasons as a coach at Peoria (1995-2004)…spent 1993-94 as club’s roving hitting instructor…began 1992 at Peninsula, then filled a coaching position at Bellingham when the Northwest League season began…coached in 1991 with Mariners’ Tempe club…played professional baseball from 1970-85…had two brief ML stints, with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1973 and Chicago White Sox in 1977…spent last six years of pro career in Japan (1980-86) with Nippon Ham Fighters of the Pacific League, with a career .310 average and 120 home runs…son Cirilo played in the Mariners organization from 1995-99.

COACH

NAAS, Jake

Born June 9, 1986…resides in Tonica, IL with wife Meaghan…begins his third season as a trainer in the Mariners Minor League system, second with Clinton…in 2010 was the trainer for Pulaski in the Appalachian League…prior to joining the Mariners was a Summer Camp athletic trainer intern for the Buffalo Bills in 2008, a student trainer for the University of Illinois football and basketball squads (2008-09) and the Virginia Tech football Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer (2009-2010)…member of the National Athletic Trainers Association since 2007 and certified Athletic Trainer since 2009…received an Associates of Science from Illinois Valley Community College in 2006…graduated from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2009 with a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training…in 2010 received his Masters of Science in Education from Virginia Tech University.

ATHLETIC TRAINER

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SHORT-A EVERETT AQUASOX
MUMMAU, Rob
Born on Aug. 21, 1971…resides in Stephens City, VA with wife Anne and two sons Jake and Sammy and daughter Maria…begins his 11th season in the Mariners organization, first as manager for Everett…managed the Pulaski Mariners in 2008 and 2011…named Appalachian League Manager of the Year, after leading the Mariners to a division title with a 40-27 record in their first year back in the league…since 2001 has also been the ScoutingArea Supervisor for Seattle; currently responsible for the Northeast region…graduated from James Madison University (1990-93) with a B.S. in Sports Management…drafted in the 29th round of the 1993 draft by the Toronto Blue Jays as a shortstop…played in the Toronto organization from 1993-2000, including the last 4 season at triple-A Syracuse as a utility infielder…played in Nashua, NH in 2001 in the Independent Atlantic League.

MANAGER

MANAGERIAL RECORD
yeAR cLuB 2008 pulaski 2011 pulaski Career Totals LeAgue Appalachian Appalachian W 40 32 72 L 27 36 63 pct. .597 .471 .533 Finish 1st in division 3rd in division

DORMAN, Rich

Born Sept. 30, 1978 in Surprise, AZ…resides in Medford, OR…begins his fourth season in the Mariners Minor League Organization, thrid as pitching coach with Everett (2009-10, 2012-current)…spent the 2011 season as the pitching coach for Clinton…attended Western Baptist (OR) College…originally drafted by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the 13th round of the 2000 June draft…in his nine-year minor league career, played with Tampa Bay (200001), Seattle (2002-06, 2008) and Florida (2007)…decided to retire in 2009 and become a coach after arm injuries.

PITCHING COACH

BOTTIN, Andy

Born June 15, 1949…resides on Camano Island, WA with wife Jeni…has two children, daughter Danielle and son Andy and five grandchildren…begins his 18th year as a coach in the Mariners system…spent the 2010-11 seasons as coach for the AZL Mariners… managed the AZL Mariners in a 2009 Arizona League Championship and named 2009 Arizona League Manager of the Year…named 2008 Mariners Player Development Staff Member of the Year…spent 2008 season as manager of the Arizona League Mariners… returning to Peoria after spending 2002-2007 as a coach for the rookie league team…was a coach at Everett from 1995-2001…spent 20 years as a policeman in Seattle, retiring from the force January 15, 1995…played in the New York Yankees system 1967-72 and reached the triple-A level, but his career was cut short by military service in Vietnam…member of both the ASA and USSSA softball Halls of Fame.

COACH

wEBB, Spyder
MINOR LEAGUES

Born July 4, 1953…resides in Florence, SC…enters his 34th season in the Mariners organization, all with the club’s entry in the Northwest League…on June 22, 2008 was honored by the AquaSox for his 30 years of service…received the 2003 Joe Martin Award, given to a member in the Northwest League that has shown exceptional dedication and service…in the offseason, he is head trainer at Francis Marion University in Florence, S.C.

ATHLETIC TRAINER

YOUNGEST MARINERS DEBUT
MINI-MARINERS Edwin Nunez, rhp Alex Rodriguez, if Felix Hernandez, rhp Ken Griffey, Jr., of
Courtesy: Elias Sports Bureau

AGE 18 years, 315 days 18 years, 346 days 19 years, 118 days 19 years, 133 days 238

DEBUT April 7, 1982 July 8, 1994 Aug. 4, 2005 April 3, 1989

ROOKIE PULASKI MARINERS
MORENO, Jose
Born on Feb. 25, 1967…resides in Peoria, AZ with wife Milexa Elena and daughters Arantxa Andreina (01-30-95) and Albani Andreina (02-12-99) and son Andy Jose (07-0202)…begins his 12th season in the Mariners organization…managed High Desert in 2011… led Everett to the 2010 Northwest League Championship for the AquaSox' first title since 1985; finished with 49 wins, most by an Everett club (previous was 44 in 2002) and tied a franchise record equaled by the 1987 Everett Giants…managed Pulaski in 2009 and Everett in 2008…led the Peoria Mariners to a Arizona League Championship with a 37-19 record in 2007…was manager for the Mariners Venezuelan Summer League team from 2001-2006… spent the last five seasons the third base coach with Cardelanes de Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League (2005-09).

MANAGER

MANAGERIAL RECORD
yeAR cLuB LeAgue 2007 peoria Arizona 2008 everett northwest 2009 pulaski Appalachian 2010 everett northwest 2011 high desert california Career Totals W 37 32 28 49 59 205 L 19 44 36 27 81 207 pct. .661 .421 .438 .645 .421 .498 Finish 1st/2nd in division 4th in division 4th in division 1st in division/nWst Lg. championship 4th in division

CABRERA, Nasusel

Bio listed under Mariners Minor League Coordinators.

PITCHING COACH COACH

SANTO DOMINGO, Rafael

Born Nov. 24, 1954…resides in Orocovis, Puerto Rico with wife Gloria Onelia and daughters Sarah and Nora and son David…begins his eighth season in the Mariners organization, his fourth as coach for Pulaski…was a coach for Wisconsin in 2008…spent 2006-2007 season as coach with High Desert and spent the 2005 season as a coach with Peoria…while hitting coach with Inland Empire in 2006, team won California League Championship…also worked as a scout in Puerto Rico for the Mariners…started his professional career with the Cincinnati Reds in 1974 after signing as a non-drafted free agent, signed by scouts George Zuraw and Ramon Conde…named All-Star shortstop in the Eastern League in 1977…made Major League debut in 1979 with the Reds…worked in player development and was an infield and hitting instructor at the Puerto Rico Baseball Academy and High School.

KAHN, Jeff

Born Nov. 27, 1984…resides in North Hollywood, CA…begins his first season as an athletic trainer in the Mariners Minor League system…prior to joining the Mariners was a full-season athletic trainer intern for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2005, a student athletic trainer for Xavier University’s baseball, men’s basketball, men’s soccer and women’s volleyball squads (2002-2006), a graduate assistant athletic trainer for San Diego State University’s baseball and football squads (2006-2009), a staff athletic trainer for San Diego State University’s baseball, men’s tennis, and 18 club sport programs (2009-2012)…member of the National Athletic Trainers Association since 2003 and a Certified Athletic Trainer since 2006…graduated from Xavier University in 2006 with a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training…in 2009 received his Masters of Arts in Kinesiology emphasis in Biomechanics from San Diego State University.

ATHLETIC TRAINER

MINOR LEAGUES

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ROOKIE PEORIA MARINERS
KINKADE, Mike
Born May 6, 1973…resides in Pullman, WA…begins his second season in the Mariners organization, first a manager of the AZL Mariners…rejoined the Mariner organization in 2011 as coach for Everett following his playing days with Tacoma in 2008…spent parts of six-seasons in the Major Leagues from 1998 through 2008 as a utility player, including stints with the Mets (1998-1999), Orioles (2001), and Dodgers (2002-2003)…previous to his professional career, was a standout player at Washington State University…was a thirdteam All-American in 1994, and became the school's leader in career hits with 304, a mark he still holds…following his senior season, was drafted in the ninth round by Milwaukee in the 1995 June Draft.

MANAGER

BELLO, Cibney

Born September 10,1982 in La Guaira, Venezuela…resides in Gilbert, AZ with his wife and children…begins his first season as pitching coach fror the AZL Mariners…originally signed as a non-drafted free agent in 2000 with the Seattle Mariners, Bello spent a total of 8 seasons in the minor league system, ultimately reaching High Desert in 2007…in 2008, Cibney played in the Mexican League, and in 2009 and 2010, he spent various stints within the Can-American and Golden Independent Leagues…in 2011, was a pitching coach intern for the AZL Mariners working under Gary Wheelock.

PITCHING COACH

STEINMANN, Scott

Born on July 17, 1973…Resides in Chandler, AZ with wife Suzy and daughter Alex and son Ben…begins his 17th season in the Mariners organization…managed the AZL Mariners in 2011…was a coach for Everett in 2010…managed the Clinton LumberKings in 2009…managed the West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx to an overall 70-68 record in 2008, tying for first in their division in the first half of the season…spent 2007 as manager for the High Desert Mavericks…was a coach in Peoria in 2006…led Wisconsin to a first place finish in the Midwest League’s Western Division, posting a 39-31 record in the first half and 37-32 in the second half in 2005…lost 2-3 in five-game series in the Midwest League Championships…spent 2003 and 2004 season as manager of the Peoria Mariners…was a coach with San Bernardino in 2002…spent 2000-2001 seasons as a coach at Wisconsin… in 1999, was roving catching instructor at the lower levels of Mariners organization prior to joining Everett as coach in June…originally signed by Seattle as a non-drafted free agent on Aug. 3, 1995…was a catcher in the minors for the Mariners from 1996-98…played for double-A Orlando in 1998…attended Miami of Ohio University.

COACH

JOHNSON, Brent

MINOR LEAGUES

Born May 21, 1982 in Las Vegas, NV…resides in Glendale AZ with wife Amanda and three children Braden, Blake and Beckett…begins third year as coach with Peoria… originally drafted in the 14th round by Seattle in the 2004 June draft…played in the Mariners Minor League system from 2004-2009, reaching as high as AAA Tacoma…graduated from Durango (NV) High School in June, 2000…member of the Nevada state championship team in 1999…received Second Team All-State, First Team All-Conference and All-Division MVP honors…named Sunset Division MVP Player of the Year and MVP of the 2000 All Star Game…attended University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

COACH

ROETTER, Randy

Born March 7, 1959…resides in Phoenix, AZ with wife Venessa and son Randy… begins his 25th season with the Mariners organization, his 11th with Peoria…named 2011 Mariners Player Development Staff Member of the Year…spent 1990-2001 as trainer with the Tacoma Rainiers…named 1995 Minor League Trainer of the Year by the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society…named PCL Trainer of the Year in 1993…was trainer for Williamsport of the Eastern League in 1989…started career in Mariners organization with Wausau in 1988…was Head Athletic Trainer and Director of Intramurals at Thiel College in Greenville, PA from 1986-88…spent 1986 as Asst. Athletic Trainer at Youngstown State… worked as a trainer in the Chicago Cubs system, 1982-85…received Bachelors of Art in 240

ATHLETIC TRAINER

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Education from Youngstown State in 1981 and Master's Degree in Physical Education from Kent State in 1982…member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association…licensed Massage Therapist and a Medical Massage Practitioner…member of NASM-PES, National Strength & Conditioning Association and Certified Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT).

STILES, Ryan

Minor League Equipment Manager

Born October 17, 1973…resides in Peoria, AZ with wife Amanda and sons Luke and Jack…beginning his 10th season as Mariners minor league equipment manager, his 13th season with the Mariners organization…worked three seasons in Mariners Finance department in Seattle…graduated from R.A. Long H.S. in Longview, WA in 1992 where he played football and baseball…graduated from Central Washington University in 1997 with a degree in Physical Education and Health.

ROOKIE DSL MARINERS
GUERRERO, Patrick
Latin America Supervisor and Coordinator of Dominican Republic
Born November 27, 1970…resides in Santo Domingo, DR with wife Janiree and sons Janpatrick and Abraham David…begins 13th season as Latin American Supervisor in the Mariners Minor League organization…from 1996-1998 worked as a full time scout and Latin Supervisor with the Baltimore Orioles…in 1999 was a Latin American Coordinator for the Toronto Blue Jays…originally drafted by Toronto in the 58th round of the 1999 June draft, but did not sign…attended Middle George College and then transferred to University of Tampa and majored in Business Administration.

VALERIO, Martin

Administrative Director of Dominican Republic Operations

Born April 16, 1980…resides in Santo Domingo, DR…begins his second season in the Seattle Mariners organization…started his career in MLB as an assistant in Baseball Operations in 2005…from 2006-07 was a Baseball Operations Coordinator for Latin America…was the Academy Director for the New York Yankees in the Dominican Republic after joining the official bank for MLB to lead all their baseball business and financial education program for the players in MLB academies in the DR…graduated as a lawyer from PUCMM and also has a Master's degree in Corporate Law.

TIBURCIO, Freddy

Dominican Republic Field Coordinator

Born June 24, 1961…begins second season with the Mariners as the Field Coordinator in the Dominican Republic….prior to joining the Mariners, worked in the New York Yankees as a scout and hitting coach…originally signed by the Atlanta Braves in 1980…played six seasons in the Braves Minor League system and also one year in Detroit's system…also played six seasons in Taiwan and one season in Mexico.

MINOR LEAGUES

TAVERAS Jr., Franklin
Scout/Coach
Born September 6, 1974…begins sixth season with the Mariners as Latin America Scout and Coach in the Mariner Minor League system, but second as full-time scout….also worked part-time as a Mariners scout (2005-06)…prior to joining the Mariners, worked as a scout with the Pirates and Mets organizations…originally signed by the Cleveland Indians in 1993…played seven seasons in the Indians Minor League system and also three seasons in the independent leagues with Texas in the Louisiana League…is the son of from Major Leaguer Franklin Taveras. 241

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ALMONTE, Claudio

Born February 26, 1973…resides in Santo Domingo, DR…begins his second season as Manager of the Mariners Dominican Summer League team…prior to joining the Mariners spent two seasons managing the Cardinals Dominican Summer League team (2009-10)… from 2004-2007 as coach in the Minnesota Twins in the DSL…played in the Twins system from 1997-99…his highest level reached was at Quad City in the Midwest League in final season…overall, batted .284 with nine home runs and 100 RBI in 210 career minor league games.

MANAGER

ACEVEDO, Danielin

Born April 2, 1983 in Monte Kristy, DR…resides in Puerto Plata…begins his begins his fifth season as the Mariners DSL pitching coach…originally signed as a non-draft free agent by the Philadelphia Phillies in 1999 and contiued to play until 2006…in 2004 was named the Most Valuable Pitcher for the Arizona League Athletics.

PITCHING COACH

GEREZ, Francisco

Born May 3, 1980 in Santiago, DR…resides in Santiago, DR…begins his eighth season in the Mariners organization as coach in the Dominican Summer League…managed the DSL Mariners in 2009 and 2010…originally signed as a non-drafted free agent by the Mariners on July 27, 2001…played in the Mariners Minor League system from 2001-04.

COACH

PIMENTEL, Manilik

Born on October 19, 1984 in Santo Domingo, DR…resides in Santo Domingo, DR… begins his fourth season as a coach for the Mariners DSL team…played in the Mariners Minor League organization until 2008 after signing as a non-draft free agent in 2003…in 2006 was named the Everett Aquasox MVP by the Seattle Mariners.

COACH

GERALDINO, Jose

Born October 13, 1970…begins his first season as trainer for the Mariners Dominican Summer League team…resides in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic…prior to joining the Mariners spent four season withthe DSL Padres (2008-11)…also works for the Dominican Republic Army as a Second Lieutenant…serves as supervisor of strength and conditioning for judo and baseball…earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science from Florida International University in Miami…did an internship in Cardiovascular Rehabilitation…A two-time Olympian in Judo (2000, 2004), he was named the Dominican Republic Athlete of the Year in 1997.

ATHLETIC TRAINER

JIMENEZ, Leonardo

Born January 27, 1986…begins his fourth season as trainer for the Mariners Dominican Summer League team…started his career with the Minnesota Twins and has worked with several MLB players on their conditioning. MINOR LEAGUES

ATHLETIC TRAINER

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CARRASQUEL, Emilio
Venezuelan Operations Coordinator
Born February 21, 1961 in Caracas, VZ…resides in Barquisimeto, VZ with wife Wendy, daughters Mariemil and Emilmar and son Emilio Jose…begins his 12th season with the Seattle Mariners organization as a Venezuelan Operations Coordinator…also on special assignments in other countries, including Aruba, Brazil, Colombia and Curacao…played four years in the Minor Leagues with the Detroit Tigers organizations (1980-84) and eighth years in the Venezuelan Winter League with Leones del Caracas and Cardenales de Lara… for the last 16 years have served as assistant GM for Cardenales de Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League…has signed multiple Major League players, including Cesar Iz