2012

Media Guide

2012 Portland Sea Dogs Schedule
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Table of ConTenTs
Sea Dogs Information Front Office Directory..........................................4 Hadlock Field......................................................5 Ticket & Group Info.............................................6 Promotional Schedule.........................................7 Directions & Parking............................................9 Boston Red Sox Organization Front Office Directory.........................................10 Red Sox Farm System......................................11 Red Sox Baseball America Info.........................12 2011 Red Sox Organizational Leaders.............13 2011 Red Sox Draft Results..............................14 2011 Boston Red Sox Statistics........................15 2011 Pawtucket Red Sox Statistics..................16 2011 Portland Sea Dogs Statistics...................17 2011 Salem Red Sox Statistics.........................18 2011 Greeenville Drive Statistics......................19 2011 Lowell Spinners Statistics........................20 2012 Portland Sea Dogs Field Staff Sea Dogs Manager...........................................21 Sea Dogs Coaching Staff..................................22 Eastern League Eastern League Directory..................................23 Eastern League Policies...................................24 Eastern League Stadium Info...........................25 Eastern League Standings............................26 2011 Eastern League Leaders...........................29 Eastern League Champions..............................30 Eastern League Travel......................................32 Eastern League Umpires..................................33 Eastern League Opponents..............................34 Series Sweeps..................................................40 2011 Sea Dogs Season in Review Season Summary..............................................42 Record When....................................................43 Transactions.....................................................44 Highs & Lows....................................................47 Day-by-Day............................................49 Sea Dogs History & Records Sea Dogs Timeline.............................................51 Sea Dogs “Firsts”..............................................54 Last Time it Happened.......................................55 Position players who have pitched...................55 Pitchers who have it HR’s..................................55 Individual Monthy Leaders................................56 Team Monthly Records......................................57 Yearly Team Leaders.........................................58 Managerial Records..........................................58 Individual Streaks..............................................59 Player of the Week Awards...............................60 Team Awards.....................................................60 Sea Dogs Honors & Awards..............................61 Sea Dogs All-Stars............................................62 Top Performances.............................................63 Single Game Records.......................................64 Franchise Records............................................65 Single Season Records.....................................66 Career Records.................................................67 All-Time Roster..................................................68 Hall of Fame......................................................72 Rehab Assignments..........................................74 Playoff History...................................................75 Playoff Procedures............................................76 Opening Day Lineups........................................77 Attendance History.............................................78 History of Baseball in Maine..............................79 Media Information Sea Dogs Radio Network..................................80 Media Outlets....................................................80 Credential Information.......................................81 Standard Game Times.......................................82 BP & Infield Schedule.........................................82 Sea Dogs’ Media Contacts................................82 How Did You Get That?.....................................83 Hadlock Field Ground Rules.............................84

About the Media Guide
The 2012 Portland Sea Dogs Media Guide was produced by Dan Acheson, Chris Cameron, & Larry Hall. Editorial assistance provided by Mike Antonellis. Statistical information provided by Major League Baseball Advanced Media. Printed by Mailings Unlimited.

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Portland Sea Dogs Class AA- Eastern League Affiliate- Boston Red Sox OFFICE: 207-874-9300 TICKETS: 207-879-9500 FAX: 207-780-0317 E-MAIL: seadogs@seadogs.com STREET ADDRESS MAILING ADDRESS 271 Park Avenue PO Box 636 Portland, Maine 04102 Portland, Maine 04104 Ownership, Management Owned & Operated............................................................Portland Maine Baseball Inc. Chairman.........................................................................................................Bill Burke Treasurer...............................................................................................Sally McNamara President...............................................................................................Charlie Eshbach Executive Vice President & General Manager........................................Geoff Iacuessa Senior Vice President............................................................................John Kamieisha Vice President/ Financial Affairs & Operations..............................................Jim Heffley Assistant General Manager/ Media Relations.........................................Chris Cameron Director, Sales & Marketing/ Promotions...........................................................Liz Riley Director, Ticketing........................................................................................Dave Strong Director, Group Sales/ Video Operations Manager....................................Brian Murphy Group Sales Manager.............................................................................Brayton Chase Sales Director, Tickets..........................................................................Courtney Rague Director, Broadcasting.............................................................................Mike Antonellis Director, Food Service.................................................................................Mike Scorza Assistant Director, Food Service.................................................................Greg Moyes Administrative Assistants: Dan Acheson, Miles Gervais, Larry Hall, Chris Joyce, Matt Peabody, Brendan Porter, Kyle Raynor, Mark Schmidt Radio Broadcaster...................................................................................Mike Antonellis Head Grounds Keeper.............................................................................Rick Anderson Home Clubhouse Manager................................................................Craig Candage Sr. Visiting Clubhouse Managers...........................................................................Nick Fox Director of Gameday Operations/Head Usher......................................Dave McConnell Director of Security......................................................................................Bob Mitchell PA Announcer.............................................................................................Dean Rogers Official Scorer.............................................................................................Thom Hinton Scoreboard Operator...................................................................................Tom Clifford Video/ Audio Assistant..............................................................................Dave Bernard Message Board Operator...........................................................................Mark Rogers 4
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Named After: Edson Hadlock Jr., the baseball coach at Portland High School from 1950-1978. Opened: April 18, 1994 Dimensions Left Field Center Field Right Field Feet 315 400 330 Height 37 feet 8 feet 16 feet Fenway Park 310 feet 37 feet 240 feet 23 feet* Green Plastic Manual 60x60 feet Hadlock Field 315 feet 37 feet 160 feet 12 feet Green Wood Electronic 14x14 feet Seating Capacity: 7,368

“The Maine Monster” Left Field Dimension Height of Wall Length of Wall Height of Screen Color of Wall Material of Wall Hard Scoreboard Citgo Sign

* before screen was removed to add seats
STADIUM EXPANSIONS Year Capacity 1994 6,000 1995 6,500 1998 6,860 2002 6,975 2006 7,368

Addition Section 315--500 additional General Admissions on 3rd base line Sections 201-203 (Upper Box Seats)--added and expanded Picnic Area--115 seats added Right Field-- 393 seats added in U.S. Cellular Pavilion

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Phone: Fax: E-mail:

(207) 879-9500 (207) 879-9520

TiCkeT & Group informaTion
Skybox Rental: $594.00 Skyboxes seat up to 22 people and can be rented out on a per-game basis. Food cost is additional. Picnic Grove: $24.00/person The picnic grove can be rented out on a per game basis to groups of 20 to 350 people. Prices include an all you can eat picnic meal and game ticket. Birthday Parties: $15.00/person Celebrate your child’s birthday at Hadlock Field with Slugger. Prices begin at $15.00 per person. Portland Room: $100.00 The Portland Room is a function room that can be rented out for meetings, dinners or hospitality. Prices begin at $100.00 for the room rental. VIP Program: $150.00 The VIP Program gives fans the chance to honor friends, family members, and coworkers with an on-field ceremony prior to the game. The VIP receives the following: four box seats, a ceremonial first-pitch, PA and Scoreboard Message, a Sea Dogs hat and baseball, four hot dogs, four sodas, and four Sea Dogs Biscuits. Scoreboard Messages: $15.00 Have your name or special message displayed on the Message Center. Rain Check Policy: If less than five innings of one game (4 1/2 innings if the Sea Dogs are ahead) are played, tickets may be exchanged at the Box Office for one ticket of equal or lesser value for any remaining regular season game, based upon availability.

tickets@seadogs.com

Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00- 5:00 PM Saturday 10:00-2:00 PM Game Days: Ticket Office will open at 9:00 AM on all game days and remain open until the 8th inning. Individual Ticket Prices Box Seats RF Pavilion Reserved Seats General Adm. Adult $9.00 $9.00 $8.00 $7.00 Child/Senior $8.00 $8.00 $7.00 $4.00

Discounted Group Rates 20-99 Tickets Adult Child/Senior Reserved GA $7.00 $6.50 $7.00 $3.50 $6.00 $3.00 $5.50 $2.50

100-999 Tickets Adult $7.00 Child/Senior $7.00 1000+ Tickets Adult Child/Senior N/A N/A

Children = 16 and under Senior = 62 and over Children two years and younger do not require a ticket provided they sit on a guardian’s lap.

Season Tickets Box Seat Season Tickets: Annual Contract: $461.50/seat Three Year Contract: $426.00/seat Reserved Seat Season Tickets: Annual Contract: $426.00/seat Three Year Contract: $390.50/seat

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DATE Thu, Apr 12 Fri, Apr 13 Sat, Apr 14 Sun, Apr. 15

Mon, Apr 16 Tue, Apr 17 Wed, Apr 18 Fri, Apr 27 Sat, Apr 28 Sun, Apr 29

Mon, Apr 30 Tue, May 1 Wed, May 2 Thu, May 3 Mon, May 7 Tue, May 8 Wed, May 9 Sun, May 13 Tue, May 15 Fri, May 18 Sat, May 19 Sun, May 20

Sat, May 26 Sun, May 27 Mon, May 28 Tue, Jun 5 Wed, Jun 6 Thu, Jun 7 Fri, Jun 8 Sun, Jun 10 Sun, Jun 17

EVENT SPONSOR Opening Day Fleece Blanket Giveaway U.S. Cellular Read Your Way To Opening Day City of Portland Recreation College Night Sea Dogs Magnet Schedule Giveaway Paul G. White Interior Solutions Hometown Heroes Day Kid’s Club Day HOOD Season Ticket Holder Autograph Session Faith and Family Day Kids Run the Bases Sea Dogs Poster Giveaway Northeast Mobile Health Services Tax Day Tombstone Giveaway Jones, Rich and Hutchins Reading Challenge Day Maine’s Public Universities System Wolf Wednesday Family Deal 99.9 FM The Wolf Mr. Belding Appearance (“Saved by the Bell”) Cumberland County Federal Credit Union Night Teacher Appreciaton Day Most Improved Students NextGen College Investing Plan Most Improved Students NextGen College Investing Plan Crib Club Day at Hadlock Bates/ Colby Baseball Game Kids Run the Bases Red Sox Magnet Schedule Giveaway Sullivan Tire College Fair/ Poetry Contest UMF Kindergarten Graduation Night High School Night of Champions Reading Challenge Day Reading Challenge Day Maine’s Public Universities System Kindergarten Graduation Night Josh Beckett Bobblehead U.S. Cellular All the Hair You Can Spare Akari & 99.9 The Wolf Most Improved Student NextGen College Investing Nurse Appreciation Night American Nurses Assn. of Maine Mother’s Day 5K Road Race (9:15 AM) Intermed Univ. of Maine vs. Boston College (6:00 PM) Fireworks Most Improved Students NextGen College Investing Plan Peanut Free Day in U.S. Cellular Pavilion Maine’s Children’s Cancer Program Day Crib Club Game/ Kids Run the Bases WOXO Day Most Improved Students NextGen College Investing Plan Kid’s Club Day HOOD Most Improved Students Kids Run the Bases Play Catch on the Field (10:00 AM-11:15 AM) Bangor Community Day Bangor Daily New Military Appreciation Day Bark in the Park- “Mike Piazza” Dog Tricks (During the Game) Little League Hit, Throw and Run Finals Leading Women Awards Night Education Day with Activity Book Irving Oil Unum Teacher’s Hall of Fame Night Unum Crib Club Game Kid’s Club Day Hood Maine Lottery Day Father’s Day 5K Road Race (9:15 AM)
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promoTions (ConT.)
DATE Tue, Jun 19 Wed, Jun 20 Thu, Jun 21 Wed, Jun 27 Thu, Jun 28 Fri, Jun 29 Sat, Jun 30 Sun, Jul 1 Mon, Jul 2 Tue, Jul 3 Thu, Jul 12 Fri, July 13 Sun, Jul 15 Mon, Jul 16 Tue, Jul 17 Mon, Jul 23 Tue, Jul 24 Wed, Jul 25 Tue, Jul 31 Wed, Aug 1 Fri, Aug 3 Sat, Aug 4 Sun, Aug 5 Thu, Aug 16 Fri, Aug 17 Sat, Aug 18 Sun, Aug 19 Thu, Aug 23 Fri, Aug 24 Fri, Aug 24 Sun, Aug 26 Fri, Aug 31 Sat, Sep 1 Sun, Sep 2 Mon, Sep 3 EVENT Jacoby Ellsbury Bobblehead Prostate Cancer Awareness Jimmy Buffet Night Beach Towel Giveaway Fireworks Maine Medical Center Night Sea Dogs Team Photo Giveaway Goodwill Clothing Drive Night Flat Screen Friday MDA “Jersey Off Their Back Night” Earnie Bank Giveaway Shawn Thorton Appearance Kids Run the Bases Dustion Pedroia Bobblehead Fireworks ZOOperstars! Flat Screen Friday Halloween at Hadlock L.L. Bean Day at Hadlock Field Kid’s Club Day/ Kids Run the Bases Crib Club Game Christmas in July - Santa Delivers the First Pitch Snow Globe Giveaway Bark in the Park “Mike Piazza” Dog Tricks Webkinz Giveaway Sargent Slaughter (Apperance at Hadlock Field) Fireworks Italian Night Franco-American Night Flat Screen Friday Irish Night Kid’s Jersey Giveaway Crib Club Day/ Kids Run the Bases Play Catch on the Field (10:00 AM-11:15 AM) Greek Night Fireworks Salute to Elvis Flat Screen Friday New England Ford Night L.L. Bean Day & Kid’s Club Day Slugger Bobblehead Flat Screen Friday Maine Lottery Day Kids Run the Bases Sea Dogs Hall of Fame Ceremony/ Unum Flat Screen Friday Sea Dogs Team Card Set Giveaway Field of Dreams/ Scholarship Presentation Kids Club Day Crib Club Game Team Awards Day SPONSOR Irving Oil U.S. Cellular Oxford Networks Maine Credit Union League David Munster’s TV CN Brown Cport Credit Union Asylum Sports Bar & Grill Bath Savings Southern Maine Motors David Munster’s TV
International Cryptozoology Museum

L.L.Bean HOOD

Dead River Co. Planet Dog Northeast Delta Dental U.S. Cellular David Munster’s TV U.S. Cellular

TravelWise David Munster’s TV New England Ford Hood Northeast Delta Dental David Munster’s TV Unum David Munster’s TV NextGen College Investing Plan Hood Irving Oil & Creative Awards

*Military Monday every home game falling on a Monday presented by 106.3 FM The Bone

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DireCTions &iTle paGe T parkinG
Directions: From the South: Take Interstate 295-take exit 5 (Congress Street), merge onto Congress Street and stay left. Make a left at the first set of lights (St. John Street), stay right and merge onto Park Avenue. Hadlock Field will be directly in front of you. From the North: From Interstate 295- take exit 6A (Forest Ave. South), turn right at the first set of lights (go through Deering Oaks Park) and take a right onto Park Avenue. Go approximately 1/3 mile. The stadium is just past the Expo building on your right.

PARKING INFORMATION

Parking: The City of Portland has the following lots available for parking: Fitzpatrick Stadium Portland Expo/ Ice Arena Maine Medical Center Parking Garage Maine Medical Center Lot # 2 located at 995 Congress St. These lots are safe, lighted, and monitored throughout the game.

PARKING RESTRICTIONS FOR 2012

Parking is NOT available on the following streets: Grant (from Deering to Weymouth ) Weymouth Forest Gilman Valley Washburn (Dead End Portion) St. John (between Washburn and Granite) Parking on these streets is limited to one hour, unless you are a resident.

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Fenway Park 4 Yawkey Way Boston, MA 02215 617-267-9440 www.redsox.com
OFFICERS Managing Principal Owner.....................................................................................................John W. Henry Chairman........................................................................................................................Thomas C. Werner Vice Chairman......................................................................................................................David Ginsberg Vice Chairman......................................................................................................................Phillip H. Morse President/Chief Executive Officer..........................................................................................Larry Lucchino BASEBALL OPERATIONS Executive Vice President/General Manager.........................................................................Ben Cherington Senior Vice President/Assistant General Manager....................................................................Mike Hazen Vice President/Assistant General Manager........................................................................Brian O’Halloran Vice President of Player Personnel/Professional Scouting........................................................Allard Baird Senior Advisor/Baseball Operations.............................................................................................Bill James Director of Baseball Information Services...................................................................................Tom Tippett Director of Major League Operations...........................................................................................Zack Scott Director of Player Personnel......................................................................................................David Finley Executive Assistant..........................................................................................................................Erin Cox MINOR LEAGUE OPERATIONS Senior Director of Minor League Operations........................................................................Raquel Ferreira Director of Player Development................................................................................................Ben Crockett Assistant Director, Florida Baseball Operations.....................................................................Ethan Faggett Player Development Consultant............................................................................................Dick Berardino Player Development Consultant............................................................................................Tony Cloninger Player Development Consultant..............................................................................................Dwight Evans Player Development Consultant............................................................................................Tommy Harper Player Development Consultant............................................................................................Frank Malzone Player Development Consultant.........................................................................................Carl Yastrzemski Minor League Equipment Manager.......................................................................................Mike Stelmach SCOUTING Director, Amateur Scouting...................................................................................................Amiel Sawdaye Director, Professional Scouting.................................................................................................Jared Porter Director of International Scouting...........................................................................................Eddie Romero Assistant Director of Amateur Scouting.............................................................................Gus Quattlebaum Advance Scouting Coordinator..............................................................................................Steve Langone Coordinator, Amateur Scouting................................................................................................Jared Banner Assistant, Amateur and International Scouting......................................................................Steve Sanders MEDIA RELATIONS Director of Media Relations.......................................................................................................Pam Ganley Manager, Media Relations...........................................................................................................Leah Tobin Media Relations Specialist.....................................................................................................Abby DeCiccio Manager of Photography...............................................................................................................Mike Ivins Baseball Information Specialist.........................................................................................Jon Shestakofsky Media Relations Coordinator.................................................................................................Peter Cohenno Japanese Media Liaison.....................................................................................................Mikio Yoshimura

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CLUB Pawtucket Red Sox McCoy Stadium (10,000) Ben Mondor Way P.O. Box 2365 Pawtucket, RI 02861-2365 (401) 724-7300 Fax (401) 724-2140 www.pawsox.com LEAGUE International (Triple-A) STAFF Arnie Beyeler-Manager Gerald Perry-Hitting Coach Rick Sauver-Pitching Coach Jon Jochim-Trainer OFFICIALS Mike Tamburro, Pres. Lou Schwechheimer, G.M, Bill Wanless, P.R. pr@pawsox.com

Portland Sea Dogs Hadlock Field (7,368) 271 Park Avenue Portland, ME 04104 (207) 874-9300 Fax (207) 780-0317 www.seadogs.com

Eastern (Double-A)

Kevin Boles-Manager Dave Joppie-Hitting Coach Bob Kipper-Pitching Coach Brandon Henry-Trainer

Charlie Eshbach, Pres. Geoff Iacuessa, G.M. Chris Cameron, P.R. ccameron@seadogs.com

Salem Red Sox Gale Medical Center Field (6,300) 1004 Texas St. Salem, VA 24153 (540) 389-3333 www.salemredsox.com

California (Advanced-A)

Billy McMillon-Manager Rich Gedman-Hitting Coach Kevin Walker-Pitching Coach David Herrera-Trainer

Todd Stephenson, V.P/G.M. Allen Lawrence, Asst. G.M. Dave Cawley, P.R. dcawley@salemsox.com

Greenville Drive Fluor Stadium (5,000) 945 South Maine St. Greenville, SC 29601 (864) 240-4500 www.greenviledrive.com

South Atlantic (Single-A)

Carlos Febles - Manager Darren Fenster-Hitting Coach Dick Such-Pitching Coach Mauricio Elizondo-Trainer

Craig Brown, Pres. Mike deMaine, G.M. Erik Jarinko, P.R. eric@greenvilledrive.com

Lowell Spinners LeLacheur Park (5,000) 450 Aiken St. Lowell, MA 01854 (978) 459-2255 www.lowellspinners.com

New York-Penn (Short-A)

Bruce Crabbe-Manager Nelson Paulino-Hitting Coach Paul Abbott-Pitching Coach TBA-Trainer

Drew Weber, Owner Tim Bawmann, G.M. Jon Boswell, P.R. jboswell@lowellspinners.com

Gulf Coast Red Sox City of Palms Park (7,632) 2201 Edison Ave. Fort Myers, FL 33901 (239) 334-4799

Gulf Coast (Rookie)

George Lombard-Manager Dave Tomlin/ Noah Hall - Coach U.L. Washington-Hitting Coach Walter Miranda/ Goose Gregson-Pitching Coach

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ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW
CLASS Majors Triple-A Double-A High-A Low-A Short-A TEAM Boston Red Sox Pawtucket Red Sox Portland Sea Dogs Salem Red Sox Greenville Drive Lowell Spinners LEAGUE American International Eastern Carolina South Atlantic New York-Penn W 90 81 59 64 78 29 27 338 L 72 61 83 75 62 45 33 359 PCT .556 .570 .415 .460 .557 .392 .450 .485 FINISH* 5th (14) 2th (14) 12th (12) 7th (8) 4th (14) 13th (14) 11th (15) 20th (30) MANAGERS Terry Francona Arnie Beyeler Kevin Boles Bruce Crabbe Billy McMillon Carlos Febles
George Lombard

Rookie Gulf Coast Red Sox Gulf Coast Overall 2011 Minor League Record

*Finish in overall standings (No. of teams in league)
General Manager: Ben Charrington

Farm Director: Ben Crockett

Scouting Director: Amiel Sadaye

Baseball America’s Top 30 Prospects
1. Will Middlebrooks, 3b 16. Drake Britton, lhp 2. Xavier Bogaerts, ss 17. Felix Doubront, lhp 3. Blake Swihart, c 18. Henry Owens, lhp 4. Anthony Ranaudo, rhp 19. Kolbrin Vitek, 3b 5. Bryce Brentz, of 20. Kyle Stroup, rhp 6. Brandon Jacobs, of 21. Jose Vincindo, ss 7. Garin Cecchini, 3b 22. Kyle Weiland, rhp 8. Matt Barnes, rhp 23. Stolmy Pimentel, rhp 9. Ryan Lavarnway, c 24. Oscar Tejeda, 2b 10. Jackie Bradley, of 25. Derrick Gibson, ss 11. Alex Wilson, rhp 26. Alex Hassan, of 12. Jose Iglesias, ss 27. Raul Alcantara, rhp 13. Miles Head, 1b 28. Lars Anderson, 1b 14. Sean Coyle, 2b 29. Christian Vazquez, c 15. Brandon Workman, rhp30. Heiker Meneses, inf 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

TOP PROSPECTS OF THE DECADE

Seung Song, rhp Hanley Ramirez, ss Hanley Ramirez, ss Hanley Ramirez, ss Andy Marte, 3b Daisuke Matsuzaka, rhp Clay Buchholz, rhp Lars Anderson, 1b Ryan Westmoreland, of Jose Iglesias, ss

Baseball America’s Best Tools
Best Hitter for Average Best Power Hitter Best Strike-Zone Discipline Fastest Baserunner Best Athlete Best Fastball Best Curveball Best Slider Best Changeup Best Control Best Defensive Catcher Best Defensive Infielder Best Infield Arm Best Defensive Outfielder Best Outfield Arm 12

Garin Cecchini Bryce Brentz Alex Hassan Felix Sanchez Derrik Gibson Alex Wilson Anthony Ranaudo Alex Wilson Noe Ramirez Keith Couch Christian Vazquez Jose Iglesias Will Middlebrooks Jackie Bradley Che-Hsuan Lin

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*Minimum 250 at-bats Bryce Brentz, Greenville/Salem............................... .306 Bryce Brentz, Greenville/Salem............................... 91 Miles Head, Greenville/Salem.................................. 148 Bryce Brentz, Greenville/Salem............................... 263 Reynaldo Rodriguez, Salem/GCL/Lowell/Portland.............. 39 Sean Coyle, Greenville............................................ 7 Heiker Meneses, Greenville/Portland/Salem........... 7 HR Ryan Lavarnway, Portland/Pawtucket............................... 32 RBI Bryce Brentz, Greenville/Salem................................ 94 Will Middlebrooks, Lowell/Portland/Pawtucket......... 94 BB Lars Anderson, Pawtucket....................................... 80 SO Jeremy Hazelbaker, Salem/Portland....................... 139 SB Felix Sanchez, Greenville........................................ 55 *OBP Alex Hassan, Portland............................................. .404 *SLG Bryce Brentz, Greenville/Salem............................... .574 ______________________________________________________ PITCHING #Minimum 75 innings W Stephen Fife, Portland................................................ 11 L Drake Britton, Salem.................................................. 13 Stolmy Pimentel, Portland/Salem............................... 13 #ERA Alex Wilson, Portland/Pawtucket............................. 3.11 G Blake Maxwell, Pawtucket/Portland........................... 50 GS Miguel Celestino, Greenville..................................... 27 SV Michael Bowden, Pawtucket..................................... 16 Blake Maxwell, Pawtucket/Portland.......................... 16 IP Miguel Celestino, Greenville.................................. 140.2 BB Hunter Cervenka, Greeville/Lowell.......................... 58 SO Robert Coello, Portland/Pawtucket............................ 130 #AVG Kyle Weiland, Portland............................................. .236

BATTING *AVG R H TB 2B 3B

2011 ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERS

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2011 Red Sox Major League Player of the Year:

Jacoby Ellsbury
2011 Red Sox Minor League Player of the Year:

Ryan Lavarnway

2011 Red Sox Minor League Award Winners
PITCHER OF THE YEAR RHP Alex Wilson (POR & PAW) 9-4, 3.05 ERA, 112.0 IP and 99 K in 21 GS @ POR 1-0, 3.43 ERA, 21.0 IP and 24 K in 4 GS @ PAW DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR C Christian Vazquez (GRE) .991 Field% in 97 G @ GRE LATIN PITCHER OF THE YEAR LHP Pedro Reyes (DSL) 5-2, 2.88 ERA, 68.2 IP and 55 K in 14 GS @ DSL LATIN PLAYER OF THE YEAR OF Ynoel Aquero (DSL) .303, 11 2B, 31 RBI, 46 BB, 27 SB in 67 G

CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR OF Bryce Brentz (GRE & SAL) .359, 10 2B, 11 HR, 36 RBI, .647 SLG in 40 G @ GRE .274, 15 2B, 19 HR, 58 RBI, .531 SLG in 75 G @ SAL

C Ryan Lavarnway (POR & PAW) .284, 5 2B, 14 HR, 38 RBI, .510 SLG in 55 G @ POR .295, 18 2B, 18 HR, 55 RBI, .612 SLG in 61 G @ PAW BASE RUNNER OF THE YEAR OF Felix Sanchez (GRE) 81 R, 13 2B, 7 3B, 23 BB, 55 SB in 116 G

When the Red Sox retire a number, the Sea Dogs honor that distinction at Hadlock Field. The following numbers will not be seen on a Red Sox or Sea Dogs Uniform: 1 - Bobby Doerr 4 - Joe Cronin 6 - Johnny Pesky 8 - Carl Yastremski 9 - Ted Williams 14 - Jim Rice 27 - Carlton Fisk Major League Baseball also retired: 42 - Jackie Robinson
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Matt Barnes Blake Swihart Henry Owens Jackie Bradley Williams Jerez Jordan Weems Noe Ramirez Mookie Betts Miguel Pena Cody Kukuk Senquez Golson Travis Shaw Cody Koback Kevin Brahney Deshorn Lake Matty Ott Michael McCarthy Braden Kapteyn Daniel Gossett Michael Forslund Andrew Jones Sikes Orvis Zachary Good Austin Davidson Joe Holtmeyer Jarrett Brown Drew Turocy Taylor Ard Cody Dill Alex Massey Brenden Shepard Matthew Spalding Nick Moore Tyler Wells Kenneth Gaines David Chester Sean Dartnell Carlos Coste Jace Herrera Robert Youngdahl Tyler Poole Corey Vogt Jordan Gross Matthew Marquis Derek O’Dell Brandon Downes Matt Martin Matthew Gedman Johnathan Williamson Samuel Wolff David Sosebee Jadd Schmeltzer John Gorman RHP C LHP OF OF C RHP SS LHP LHP OF 3B OF LHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP 1B LHP IF RHP LHP OF IF RHP RHP RHP RHP 3B OF SS 1B LHP C LHP OF LHP LHP LHP OF 3B OF C 2B OF SS LHP LHP LHP

POS

B/T

R/R S/R L/L L/R L/L L/R R/R R/R L/L L/L R/R L/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R L/L L/R R/R R/L L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R S/R R/R R/R R/R R/L R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R

06/17/1990 04/03/1992 07/21/1992 04/19/1990 05/16/1992 11/07/1992 12/22/1989 10/07/1992 10/24/1990 04/10/1993 07/07/1993 04/16/1990 04/20/1990 08/08/1988 10/29/1993 04/20/1990 11/18/1987 09/28/1989 11/13/1992 02/16/1990 05/01/1989 11/12/1992 06/08/1992 01/03/1993 11/24/1989 12/15/1992 12/26/1988 01/31/1990 12/28/1992 02/01/1993 10/07/1987 10/22/1992 12/09/1992 10/15/1992 09/10/1992 03/31/1989 07/01/1992 05/11/1993 06/16/1993 11/18/1992 09/08/1992 08/05/1989 06/24/1993 2/22/1990 04/17/1992 09/29/1992 10/14/1992 09/26/1988 07/15/1990 04/14/1991 08/25/1993 12/27/1988 02/19/1992

DOB

RD/PK

1/19 1/26 CA/36 CA/40 2/81 3/111 4/142 5/172 6/202 7/232 8/262 9/292 10/322 11/352 12/382 13/412 14/442 15/472 16/502 17/532 18/562 19/592 20/622 21/652 22/682 23/712 24/742 25/772 26/802 27/832 28/862 29/892 30/922 31/952 32/982 33/1012 34/1042 35/1072 36/1102 37/1132 38/1162 39/1192 40/1222 41/1252 42/1282 43/1312 44/1342 45/1372 46/1402 47/1432 48/1462 49/1492 50/1522

08/15/2011 08/15/2011 08/15/2011 08/15/2011 07/12/2011 07/26/2011 08/15/2011 08/15/2011 06/13/2011 08/15/2011 Unsigned 06/13/2011 07/31/2011 06/13/2011 Unsigned 06/23/2011 06/13/2011 06/15/2011 Unsigned Unsigned 06/17/2011 Unsigned 06/28/2011 Unsigned 06/23/2011 Unsigned 06/13/2011 Unsigned Unsigned Unsigned 06/17/2011 Unsigned 07/27/2011 Unsigned Unsigned 06/17/2011 Unsigned 06/17/2011 Unsigned Unsigned Unsigned 06/17/2011 Unsigned 06/29/2011 Unsigned Unsigned Unsigned 06/17/2011 Unsigned Unsigned Unsigned 06/17/2011 Unsigned

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BOSTON RED SOX 90-72

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PAWTUCKET RED SOX 81-61

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PORTLAND SEA DOGS

2011 porTlanD sea DoGs
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SALEM RED SOX
BATTERS Almanzar, Michael Bermudez, Ronald Brentz, Bryce Butler, Dan Dominguez, Drew Escobar, Leonel Frias, Vladimir Garcia, Joantoni Gentile, Zach Gibson, Derrik Hazelbaker, Jeremy Head, Miles Hissey, Peter Kang, James Mailman, David Meneses, Heiker Padron, Jorge Peley, Josue Pichardo, Wilfred
Rodriguez, Reynaldo

64-75
G 61 9 75 91 2 4 24 2 80 128 34 63 97 14 79 26 60 36 23 56 24 39 123 26 102
139

AVG .182 .194 .274 .247 .200 .200 .197 .333 .273 .240 .279 .254 .241 .189 .212 .356 .248 .276 .244 .317 .250 .243 .281 .264 .251
.254

AB 220 31 288 312 5 10 71 6 253 445 122 232 378 37 260 101 226 123 86 202 88 140 473 87 342
4538

R 18 5 48 39 1 0 10 0 33 56 26 27 38 2 27 23 26 17 8 44 13 13 78 14 54
620

H 40 6 79 77 1 2 14 2 69 107 34 59 91 7 55 36 56 34 21 64 22 34 133 23 86
1152

2B 8 3 15 20 0 0 4 0 10 20 9 12 25 1 20 9 12 6 4 24 7 11 22 4 18
264

3B 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 1 5 3 0 1 1 0 2 6 0 2
30

HR 2 0 19 11 0 0 3 0 0 1 5 7 2 0 6 1 2 0 0 9 7 1 3 4 10
93

RBI 15 3 58 66 0 0 13 0 20 30 14 29 41 2 25 13 27 9 6 43 23 15 43 14 39
548

BB 9 2 26 45 1 1 9 0 31 48 20 20 25 3 31 8 21 7 3 27 6 13 45 14 34
449

SO 55 4 80 56 3 2 16 2 42 86 34 56 93 11 70 24 25 27 28 43 32 40 102 16 70
1017

SB 3 1 1 4 0 0 4 0 3 24 12 0 27 1 7 6 0 4 2 7 0 4 12 1 13
136

CS 3 0 1 1 0 0 4 1 2 9 6 2 11 0 3 1 0 1 5 2 1 1 3 0 3
60

SF 1 0 4 5 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 4 0 1 1 2 2 2 5 0 2 4 2 5
44

OBP .223 .265 .336 .350 .429 .273 .313 .333 .366 .321 .389 .328 .297 .268 .297 .416 .317 .311 .272 .397 .298 .303 .350 .365 .322
.328

HBP 3 1 3 7 1 0 3 0 7 6 2 6 7 1 1 3 3 0 1 3 0 0 7 1 4
70

E 10 0 9 3 0 0 2 1 4 19 1 3 1 2 4 2 1 2 0 2 0 3 28 3 3
130

Spring, Matt Valdez, Alex Vitek, Kolbrin Wagner, Mark Wilkerson, Shannon
Team Total

PITCHERS
Balcom-Miller, Chris

W 3 4 7 1 1 5 3 0 0 0 10 1 1 1 2 0 6 6 5 0 6 0 2
64

L 1 3 4 13 0 6 0 0 2 1 7 2 1 0 1 3 4 11 5 2 5 1 3
75

ERA 2.34 4.44 3.26 6.91 1.62 4.09 2.92 18.00 6.86 1.80 3.18 3.35 4.22 2.93 0.92 5.40 4.53 4.50 4.33 5.59 5.31 6.05 3.33
4.16

G 7 27 36 26 12 31 5 1 13 2 25 22 6 36 13 7 11 26 16 5 28 6 31
139

GS 7 0 0 26 0 4 0 0 0 2 25 0 0 0 0 0 10 26 16 2 15 6 0
139

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 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
6

SV 0 2 4 0 8 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 8 4 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2
37

IP
34.2 52.2 91.0 97.2 16.2 83.2 12.1 1.0 19.2 5.0 127.1 40.1 10.2 76.2 39.1 11.2 51.2 130.0 81.0 19.1 115.1 19.1 51.1 1188.1

H 24 54 86 111 15 67 13 1 27 5 112 31 11 64 29 15 50 125 80 18 126 20 42
1126

R 10 31 35 81 5 40 5 2 15 1 53 16 5 30 4 8 29 84 43 12 80 13 19
621

ER 9 26 33 75 3 38 4 2 15 1 45 15 5 25 4 7 26 65 39 12 68 13 19
549

HR 2 5 4 12 0 7 0 1 2 0 8 1 2 5 0 2 8 9 6 3 5 4 6
92

HB 3 2 8 6 0 16 1 0 4 1 6 1 0 2 3 1 8 13 9 1 12 3 2
102

BB 11 26 32 55 5 37 5 1 9 2 51 13 7 20 6 12 16 53 30 10 55 6 12
474

SO 37 46 69 89 24 71 5 0 16 4 80 32 9 61 24 8 35 72 67 8 94 13 56
920

BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1

WP 2 4 8 16 2 8 1 0 0 0 6 5 5 0 0 3 5 11 6 3 7 0 3
95

Batista, Anatanaer Bayer, Jeremiah Britton, Drake Cabral, Cesar Ebert, Tom Flasher, Jordan Gentile, Zach Gleason, Michael Gonzalez, Miguel Hernandez, Chris Herold, Mitch Hose, T.J. Latimer, Will Martin, Chris Neuman, Dennis Pimentel, Stolmy Pressly, Ryan Ranaudo, Anthony Rivera, Manuel Ruiz, Pete Tazawa, Junichi Volz, Kendal
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BATTERS Almanzar, Michael Blair, Carson Bogaerts, Xander Bradley, Jackie Brentz, Bryce Coyle, Sean Dominguez, Drew Escobar, Leonel Garcia, Jose Head, Miles Hedman, Drew
Hernandez, Jayson

2011 Greenville Drive
78-62
HR 2 3 16 1 11 14 1 0 5 15 6 0 17 0 0 1 2 0 0 5 8 0 0 0 0 18
125

AVG .220 .190 .260 .333 .359 .247 .179 .357 .219 .338 .272 .333 .303 .289 .184 .223 .277 .313 .309 .262 .240 .000 .233 .333 .208 .283
.263

G 50 33 72 4 40 106 24 4 52 66 95 1 115 28 25 61 51 13 26 85 107 1 119 2 8 105
140

AB 177 100 265 15 170 384 84 14 215 263 324 3 442 90 76 238 206 48 94 332 387 1 455 9 24 392
4808

R 15 12 38 2 43 77 13 2 21 61 46 1 75 17 9 28 38 6 9 40 43 0 81 1 3 71
752

H 39 19 69 5 61 95 15 5 47 89 88 1 134 26 14 53 57 15 29 87 93 0 106 3 5 111
1266

2B 10 8 14 1 10 27 0 0 6 25 21 0 32 1 2 8 6 4 7 17 23 0 13 1 1 27
264

3B 0 0 2 0 3 7 0 0 2 1 1 0 3 1 0 3 2 0 1 4 3 0 4 0 1 3
41

RBI 31 9 45 3 36 64 6 0 28 53 45 0 80 6 1 31 22 3 5 43 45 0 29 1 1 84
671

BB 6 14 25 0 14 60 5 2 13 30 38 0 43 13 8 7 18 3 2 17 28 0 43 1 5 43
438

SO 38 40 71 3 35 110 26 4 58 53 77 1 123 18 36 69 56 5 23 76 106 1 130 0 12 84
1255

SB 1 0 1 0 2 20 3 0 14 4 9 0 30 4 1 10 17 2 6 15 4 0 55 0 0 1
199

CS 2 0 3 0 2 6 0 0 1 2 5 0 7 4 1 5 5 1 3 6 3 0 10 0 0 1
67

SF 2 1 4 0 0 7 1 0 1 2 2 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 4 0 1 0 0 4
38

OBP .267 .287 .324 .333 .414 .362 .239 .438 .265 .409 .364 .333 .376 .385 .279 .257 .358 .370 .323 .299 .296 .000 .314 .400 .367 .358
.334

HBP 6 0 2 0 2 13 2 0 1 3 10 0 12 1 2 4 8 2 0 2 4 0 11 0 1 5
91

E 4 1 26 0 8 20 0 0 20 4 4 0 4 0 5 2 4 0 1 7 17 0 9 0 3 8
159

Jacobs, Brandon Johnson, Matty Kang, James LeBlanc, Lucas Meneses, Heiker Peley, Joshue Pichardo, Wilfred Ramos, Henry Renfroe, David Reyes, Roberto Sanchez, Felix Shaw, Travis Thompson, Jason Vazquez, Christian
Team Total

PITCHERS Celestino, Miguel Cervenka, Hunter Couch, Keith Dominguez, Drew Erasmus, Justin Flasher, Jordan Gleason, Michael Jones, Andrew Kang, James Lockwood, Taylor Martin, Chris Neuman, Dennis Olmstead, Michael Price, Matthew Ranaudo, Anthony Rau, Garrett Rivera, Manuel Rodriguez, Juan Rosario, Charle Stroup, Kyle Swinson, Scott Wilson, Tyler
Workman, Brandon
Team Total

W 10 0 7 0 4 2 1 1 0 5 4 2 1 0 4 3 5 2 6 6 5 4 6
78

L 6 2 5 0 1 2 0 1 1 8 0 1 0 0 1 4 4 4 1 6 5 3 7
62

ERA 3.84 10.80 3.54 27.00 1.11 4.96 2.88 1.50 27.00 6.00 2.17 5.94 1.59 6.75 3.33 6.14 3.58 5.19 4.66 3.67 3.27 3.03 3.71
3.97

G 27 7 28 1 24 18 14 8 1 39 7 24 18 1 10 27 20 32 31 21 25 9 26
140

GS 27 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 10 0 20 0 1 21 10 6 26
140

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 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
9

SV 0 0 3 0 1 1 5 2 0 3 0 5 4 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 2 0
32

IP
140.2 20.0 137.1 0.1 40.2 32.2 25.0 18.0 0.1 69.0 29.0 33.1 28.1 1.1 46.0 48.1 98.0 59.0 58.0 95.2 85.1 38.2 131.0 1236.0

H 146 22 145 2 37 28 18 11 2 106 16 28 17 3 35 53 84 57 71 101 84 36 128
1230

R 74 24 66 1 9 21 8 3 1 52 7 25 7 1 20 40 43 38 33 44 37 14 67
635

ER 60 24 54 1 5 18 8 3 1 46 7 22 5 1 17 33 39 34 30 39 31 13 54
545

HR 8 2 11 1 2 3 2 0 0 8 1 9 0 0 4 4 16 3 4 6 7 6 10
107

HB 6 2 12 0 1 1 2 1 0 8 3 6 2 0 4 8 5 8 0 4 2 2 5
82

BB 33 18 19 1 11 18 10 2 0 9 6 16 9 1 16 26 23 32 22 26 17 16 33
364

SO 106 18 123 0 36 38 24 15 0 62 28 33 44 1 50 44 98 88 53 75 61 19 115
1131

BK 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
6

WP 17 4 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 5 0 1 3 0 1 3 6 6 4 6 1 3 6
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2011 lowell spinners
29-45

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2012 sea DoGs manaGer KEVIN BOLES Manager

Kevin Boles, 37 years-old, returns for his second season as the Sea Dogs manager. The 2012 season will be his fifth in the Red Sox organization and 12th as a minor league manager. In his first season as the Sea Dogs skipper, he guided the Sea Dogs to a 5983 (.415) record. The team produced a franchise record 17 wins in July establishing new offensive records for runs scored (175), doubles (76), and RBI (158) during the month. The team produced five Eastern League All-Stars and had two players (Tommy Hottovy and Ryan Lavarnway) reach the major leagues Boles spent the off-season managing the Sydney Blue Sox in the Australian Baseball League, where he lead the Blue Sox into the second round of the playoffs. Additionally, Boles coached the World Team in the inaugural Australian Baseball League All-Star Game.

In 2010, Boles guided the Single-A Salem Red Sox to an overall record of 73-65 (.529). He managed the Red Sox Single-A affiliate; the Greenville Drive in 2008 and 2009. In 2009, he led the Drive to a 73-65 record and a first-half division title. He was selected to manage the 2009 South Atlantic League’s Southern Division All-Star Team. Boles also managed in the Twins, Royals, and Marlins organizations. Boles made his managerial debut at the age of 25 in 2000 for the Single-A Utica Blue Sox in the Marlins organization, a team he led into the playoffs with a 40-20 record. In 11 seasons, Boles has compiled a 661-640 (.508) managerial record. Boles, the tenth manager in Sea Dogs history, served as the Sea Dogs’ bullpen catcher in 1997. He was selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 42nd round of the June 1998 draft out of the University of South Florida, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Boles now makes his home in Northport, Washington. His father, John Boles, managed the Florida Marlins in 1996 and from 1999-2001. John Boles is also a member of the Portland Sea Dogs Hall of Fame as he served as the Marlins Director of Player Development and was the architect of the 19951997 Portland Sea Dogs’ playoff teams. Managerial Career- Kevin Boles Year Club League NY-Penn (A) Arizona (R) Midwest (A) Midwest (A) Florida State (A) Florida State (A) South Atlantic (A) South Atlantic (A) Carolina (A) Eastern (AA) Career Totals W 40 27 32 68 69 80 70 70 73 73 59 L 20 47 22 68 71 60 70 69 65 65 83 PCT .657 .365 .593 .500 .493 .571 .500 .504 .529 .529 .415 2000 GCL Marlins (FLA) Gulf Coast (R) 2001 Utica (FLA) 2003 AZL Royals (KC) 2004 Quad City (MIN) 2005 Beloit (MIN) 2006 Ft. Myers (MIN) 2007 Ft. Myers (MIN) 2008 Greenville (BOS) 2009 Greenville (BOS) 2010 Salem (BOS) 2011 Portland (BOS)

661 640 .508

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2012 sea DoGs CoaCHinG sTaff BOB KIPPER Pitching Coach

Bob Kipper, 47, returns for his third consecutive season and fifth overall as the Sea Dogs’ pitching coach. Kipper served as the Sea Dogs’ pitching coach in 2003 and 2004. After leaving the Sea Dogs in 2004, Kipper continued coaching in the Red Sox system including four years as the pitching coach for Single-A Greenville (2005-2006 & 2008-2009) and one season for Single-A Lancaster (2007). In 2002, Kipper served as Boston’s bullpen coach. Kipper has been coaching baseball since 1995. He joined the Red Sox organization in 1999. The lefty pitched eight seasons in the Major Leagues with the California Angels, Pittsburg Pirates, and Minnesota Twins. In 271 Major League games, he posted a 27-37 record with 11 saves and a 4.34 ERA.

DAVE JOPPIE

Dave Joppie, 46, returns for his fifth season as the Sea Dogs’ hitting coach. Under his guidance, the Sea Dogs offense led the Eastern League in runs scored (684) and doubles (298) in 2011. Prior to joining the Sea Dogs in 2008, he spent two seasons as the Red Sox Class High A hitting coach, serving as the Lancaster JetHawks hitting coach in 2007 and with the Wilmington Blue Rocks in 2006. Previously Joppie managed the Single-A team in Kane County (Oakland Athletics) in 2004 and 2005. In 2004 he led the Kane County Cougars to an 83-56 record and the Western Division Championship. He was selected as the Midwest League Manager of the Year and Baseball America’s Class Low A Manager of the Year. Joppie has 16 seasons of professional baseball coaching experience; the 2012 season will be his seventh in the Red Sox organization. Dave resides in Grand Rapids, Michigan with his wife Jennifer and son Casey Ray.

Hitting Coach

BRANDON HENRY

Brandon Henry joins the club as the teams’ athletic trainer. The 2012 season will be Henry’s sixth in the Red Sox organization. Henry has spent the past two seasons as the athletic trainer for the Salem Red Sox. He has also spent a season with the Greenville Drive and two seasons with the Lowell Spinners. With Lowell in 2008, he was named the New York-Penn League Athletic Trainer of the Year. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Xavier (OH) University and a master’s degree from West Virginia University. Previously, he has held athletic training positions with the Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians and the University of Cincinnati men’s soccer and baseball teams. Henry was born in Beckley, West Virginia and resides in Hollywood, Florida.

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EASTERN LEAGUE OF PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL CLUBS, INC. 30 Danforth Street, Suite 208, Portland, Maine 04101 (207) 761-2700 Fax: (207) 761-7064
Website: E-mail: www.easternleague.com elpb@easternleague.com Joe McEacharn Bill Rosario Charlie Eshbach, Chuck Domino

Eastern League Staff: President: Assistant to the President: Vice-President:

League Directors: Greg Agganis, Rick Brenner, Lou DiBella, Bill Dowling, Charlie Eshbach, Joe Finley, Robert Lozinak, Art Matin, Michael Reinsdorf, Brian Shallcross, Craig Stein, Michael Urda. Division Format: Eastern Division-Binghamton, New Britain, New Hampshire, Portland, Reading, Trenton Western Division-Akron, Altoona, Bowie, Erie, Harrisburg, Richmond Roster Limit: Schedule: Opening Date: Closing Date: All-Star Game: Playoffs Begin: 25 142 games, split evenly, home and away April 5 September 3 July 11, 2012 @ Reading September 5

Playoff Format: Top two teams from each division play best-of-five series. Winners meet in best-of-five series for league championship Brand of Baseball: Rawlings ROM-EL League Statistician: MLB Advanced Media Player Eligibility: No Restrictions

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DOUBLEHEADERS: Doubleheaders are usually the result of a rainout or postponement of a nine-inning game. Doubleheaders are rescheduled by the general manager, and will consist of two seven-inning games. There is a break of 20 minutes between games. Generally, a doubleheader slated for a day when the nine-inning game was scheduled for 7:00 will be scheduled to begin one hour earlier. If the doubleheader is scheduled on a day when the regularly scheduled game was to begin at 1:00 or earlier, there may not be a change in the start of the doubleheader scheduled for that day. SUSPENDED GAMES: If a game is suspended before it is an official game, and rescheduled as part of a doubleheader, it will be completed as scheduled (usually as a nine-inning game) and be followed by a seven-inning game. If a game is suspended after it becomes an official game (usually the score is tied) and then rescheduled as part of a doubleheader, it will also be completed as scheduled but the second game will be played as a full nine-inning game. RESCHEDULING GAMES: Postponed or suspended games do not have to be made up the next day, and make up dates do not have to be determined that day. However, if it is the last time the team is visiting a city every effort shall be made to play the game. If it is the last scheduled meeting in that city, the game is made up at the home site of the visiting city (if they still have games left at the visiting team’s home park). When games are suspended in one park and finished in the other team’s park, the game is completed with the original home team reamaining the home team (even in the other team’s park). TIEBREAKERS: If two teams finish tied for first place, then the team with the better headto-head record is named regular season champion and is awarded home field advantage in the playoffs. If two teams finish tied for second place, then a one game playoff would be played to determine the playoff qualifier. The team with the best head-to-head record hosts the game. If two teams split the season series, the team that scored the most runs in the season series earns homefield for the playoff game. If more than two teams are tied for second place, the team with the best combined headto-head record among the tied teams earns the playoff bid.

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STADIUM INFORMATION
Club Akron Altoona Binghamton Bowie Erie Harrisburg New Britain New Hampshire Portland Reading Richmond Trenton Stadium Canal Park
People’s Natural Gas Field

LF 331 325 330 309 213 335 330 326 315 330 330 330

CF 400 400 400 405 400 400 400 400 400 400 402 407

RF 337 325 330 309 328 335 330 330 330 330 330 330

Capacity 9,097 7,210 6,012 10,000 6,000 6,187 6,146 6,500 7,368 9,000 10,500 6,440

NYSEG Prince George’s Jerry Uht Park Metro Bank Park New Britain MerchantsAuto.com Hadlock Field FirstEnergy The Diamond Waterfront Park

2011 ATTENDANCE
Team Reading Richmond New Britain Trenton New Hampshire Portland Harrisburg Altoona Akron Bowie Erie Binghamton Openings 68 67 62 67 67 67 69 68 68 70 67 66 Total 456,957 447,520 363,759 379,501 373,482 369,424 291,248 285,906 266,265 255,832 224,443 209,044 Average 6,720 6,679 5,867 5,664 5,574 5,514 4,221 4,205 3,916 3,655 3,350 3,167 Capacity 9,000 10,500 6,146 6,440 6,500 7,368 6,187 7,210 9,097 10,000 6,000 6,012

The Portland Sea Dogs defeated the Florida Marlins 9-2 in the only exhibition game with a Major League affiliate at Hadlock Field. Gary Knotts got the start for the Sea Dogs, while former Sea Dog A.J. Burnett started for the Marlins. Ross Gload hit for the cycle for Portland earning him Player of the Game honors. Prior to the game, the Sea Dogs and Marlins had a home run derby. The Marlins lineup consisted of Cliff Floyd, Preston Wilson, Kevin Millar, Hall of Famer Tony Perez, and 1987 National League Home Run Champion Andre Dawson. The Sea Dogs sent up Heath Honeycutt, Ross Gload, Chris Norton, hitting coach Jose Castro and manager Rick Renteria. The Sea Dogs prevailed against the potent Marlins lineup with a 17-16 win. Renteria hit five home runs in his team’s final at-bat to pull out the win. Chris Norton’s seven homers was the individual high. www.seadogs.com

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1994 Northern Division Binghamton Mets New Haven Ravens Albany-Colonie Yankees Portland Sea Dogs New Britain Red Sox 1995 Northern Division Portland Sea Dogs New Haven Ravens Norwich Navigators Binghamton Mets Hardware City Rock Cats 1996 Northern Division Portland Sea Dogs Binghamton Mets Norwich Navigators New Haven Ravens Hardware City Rock Cats 1997 Northern Division Portland Sea Dogs Norwich Navigators New Britain Rock Cats Binghamton Mets New Haven Ravens 1998 Northern Division New Britain Rock Cats Binghamton Mets Portland Sea Dogs Norwich Navigators New Haven Ravens 1999 Northern Division Trenton Thunder Norwich Navigators Portland Sea Dogs New Haven Ravens New Britain Rock Cats Binghamton Mets 2000 Northern Division Binghamton Mets New Haven Ravens Norwich Navigators Portland Sea Dogs Trenton Thunder New Britain Rock Cats 2001 Northern Division New Britain Rock Cats Norwich Navigators Portland Sea Dogs Binghamton Mets Trenton Thunder New Haven Ravens 2002 Northern Division Norwich Navigators New Haven Ravens Binghamton Mets New Britain Rock Cats Portland Sea Dogs Trenton Thunder W L 82 59 77 63 71 70 60 81 59 81 W L 86 56 79 63 70 71 67 75 65 77 W L 83 58 76 66 71 70 66 75 61 81 W L 79 63 73 69 70 72 66 76 64 78 W L 83 59 82 60 66 75 66 76 59 83 W L 92 50 78 64 65 77 65 77 59 82 54 88 W L 82 58 82 60 76 66 71 70 67 75 51 91 W L 87 55 83 59 77 65 73 68 67 75 47 95 W L 76 64 74 65 73 68 67 72 63 77 63 77 PCT. .582 .550 .504 .426 .421 PCT .606 .556 .496 .472 .458 PCT. .589 .535 .504 .468 .430 PCT. .556 .514 .493 .465 .451 PCT. .585 .577 .468 .465 .415 PCT. .648 .549 .458 .458 .418 .380 PCT. .586 .577 .535 .504 .472 .359 PCT. .613 .585 .542 .518 .472 .331 PCT. .543 .532 .518 .482 .450 .450 GB ---4.5 11.0 22.0 22.5 GB ---7.0 15.5 19.0 21.0 GB ---7.5 12.0 17.0 22.5 GB ---6.0 9.0 13.0 15.0 GB ---1.0 16.5 17.0 24.0 GB ---14.0 27.0 27.0 32.5 38.0 GB ---1.0 7.0 11.5 16.0 32.0 GB ---4.0 10.0 13.5 20.0 40.0 GB ---1.5 3.5 8.5 13.0 13.0 Southern Division Harrisburg Senators Bowie Baysox Canton-Akron Indians Reading Phillies Trenton Thunder Southern Division Reading Phillies Trenton Thunder Bowie Baysox Canton-Akron Indians Harrisburg Senators Southern Division Trenton Thunder Harrisburg Senators Canton-Akron Indians Reading Phillies Bowie Baysox Southern Division Harrisburg Senators Bowie Baysox Reading Phillies Trenton Thunder Akron Aeros Southern Division Akron Aeros Harrisburg Senators Trenton Thunder Bowie Baysox Reading Phillies Southern Division Erie SeaWolves Harrisburg Senators Reading Phillies Bowie Baysox Akron Aeros Altoona Curve Southern Division Reading Phillies Harrisburg Senators Akron Aeros Altoona Curve Bowie Baysox Erie SeaWolves Southern Division Erie SeaWolves Reading Phillies Akron Aeros Harrisburg Senators Altoona Curve Bowie Baysox Southern Division Akron Aeros Harrisburg Senators Reading Phillies Altoona Curve Bowie Baysox Erie SeaWolves W L 88 51 84 58 69 73 58 82 55 85 W L 73 69 73 69 68 74 67 75 61 80 W L 86 56 74 68 71 71 66 75 54 88 W L 86 56 75 67 74 68 71 70 51 90 W L 81 60 73 69 71 70 71 71 56 85 W L 81 61 76 66 73 69 70 71 69 71 67 73 W L 85 57 76 67 75 68 74 68 65 77 47 94 W L 84 58 77 65 68 74 66 76 63 79 59 82 W L 93 48 79 63 76 66 72 69 55 85 52 89 PCT. .633 .592 .486 .414 .393 PCT. .514 .514 .479 .472 .433 PCT. .606 .521 .500 .468 .380 PCT. .606 .528 .521 .504 .362 PCT. .574 .514 .504 .500 .397 PCT. .570 .535 .514 .496 .493 .479 PCT. .599 .531 .524 .521 .458 .333 PCT. .592 .542 .479 .465 .444 .418 PCT. .660 .556 .535 .511 .383 .369 GB ---5.5 20.5 30.5 33.5 GB ------5.0 6.0 11.5 GB ---12.0 15.0 19.5 32.0 GB ---11.0 12.0 14.5 34.5 GB ---8.5 10.0 10.5 25.0 GB ---5.0 8.0 10.5 11.0 13.0 GB ---9.5 10.5 11.0 20.0 37.5 GB ---7.0 16.0 18.0 21.0 24.5 GB ---14.5 17.5 21.0 37.5 41.0

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W L 79 63 73 68 72 70 70 71 63 78 62 79 W L 84 57 76 66 70 70 69 73 69 73 64 78 W L 76 66 74 68 71 71 70 72 68 74 63 79 PCT. .556 .518 .507 .496 .447 .440 PCT. .596 .535 .500 .486 .486 .451 PCT. .535 .521 .500 .493 .479 .444 PCT. .563 .518 .500 .482 .454 .451 PCT. .585 .497 .490 .489 .447 .430 PCT. .614 .529 .514 .482 .454 .430 PCT. .585 .511 .489 .475 .451 .386 PCT. .585 .560 .496 .489 .465 .310 GB ---5.5 7.0 8.5 15.5 16.5 GB ---8.5 13.5 15.5 15.5 20.5 GB ---2.0 5.0 6.0 8.0 13.0 GB ---6.5 9.0 11.5 15.5 16.0 GB ---12.5 13.5 13.5 19.5 22.0 GB ---12.0 14.0 18.5 22.5 26.0 GB ---10.5 13.5 15.5 19.0 28. 0 GB ---3.5 12.5 13.5 17.0 39.0 Southern Division Akron Aeros Altoona Curve Erie SeaWolves Bowie Baysox Reading Phillies Harrisburg Senators Southern Division Altoona Curve Erie SeaWolves Bowie Baysox Reading Phillies Akron Aeros Harrisburg Senators Southern Division Akron Aeros Altoona Curve Bowie Baysox Reading Phillies Harrisburg Senators Erie SeaWolves Southern Division Akron Aeros Altoona Curve Reading Phillies Bowie Baysox Harrisburg Senators Erie SeaWolves Southern Division Erie SeaWolves Akron Aeros Altoona Curve Bowie Baysox Reading Phillies Harrisburg Senators Southern Division Bowie Baysox Akron Aeros Harrisburg Senators Erie SeaWolves Altoona Curve Reading Phillies Southern Division Akron Aeros Reading Phillies Bowie Baysox Erie SeaWolves Harrisburg Senators Altoona Curve Western Division Altoona Curve Harrisburg Senators Bowie Baysox Akron Aeros Richmond Flying Squirrels Erie SeaWolves W L 88 53 78 63 72 70 69 72 62 79 60 82 W L 85 56 80 62 73 69 64 77 63 78 52 90 W L 84 58 76 66 74 68 69 73 64 78 63 79 W L 87 55 75 64 71 69 67 74 67 75 60 81 W L 81 59 80 61 73 68 72 68 70 71 55 86 W L 84 58 80 62 73 69 68 74 65 77 53 89 W L 89 53 75 67 73 69 71 70 70 72 62 80 W L 82 60 77 65 75 67 71 71 68 73 66 76 PCT. .624 .553 .507 .489 .440 .423 PCT. .603 .563 .514 .454 .447 .366 PCT. .592 .535 .521 .486 .451 .444 PCT. .613 .540 .507 .475 .472 .426 PCT. .579 .567 .518 .514 .496 .390 PCT. .592 .563 .514 .479 .458 .373 PCT. .627 .528 .514 .504 .493 .437 PCT. .577 .542 .528 .500 .482 .465 GB ---10.0 16.5 19.0 26.0 28.5 GB ---5.5 12.5 21.0 22.0 33.5 GB ---8.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 21.0 GB ---10.5 15.0 19.5 20.0 26.5 GB ---1.5 8.5 9.0 11.5 26.5 GB ---4.0 11.0 16.0 19.0 31.0 GB ---14.0 16.0 17.5 19.0 27.0 GB ---5.0 7.0 11.0 13.5 16.0

EastErn LEaguE standings 1994-2011
2006 Northern Division Trenton Thunder Portland Sea Dogs Binghamton Mets NH Fisher Cats Connecticut Defenders New Britain Rock Cats 2007 Northern Division Trenton Thunder Portland Sea Dogs NH Fisher Cats New Britain Rock Cats Connecticut Defenders Binghamton Mets 2008 Northern Division Trenton Thunder Portland Sea Dogs Binghamton Mets Connecticut Defenders New Britain Rock Cats NH Fisher Cats 2009 Northern Division Connecticut Defenders New Britain Rock Cats Trenton Thunder Portland Sea Dogs NH Fisher Cats Binghamton Mets 2010 Eastern Division Trenton Thunder NH Fisher Cats Portland Sea Dogs Reading Phillies Binghamton Mets New Britain Rock Cats W L 80 62 72 67 70 70 68 73 64 77 64 78 W L 83 59 71 72 70 73 69 72 63 78 61 81 W L 86 54 74 66 73 69 68 73 64 77 61 81 W L 83 59 72 69 69 72 67 74 64 78 54 86 W L 83 59 79 62 70 71 69 72 66 76 44 98

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2011 Eastern Division NH Fisher Cats Reading Phillies New Britain Rock Cats Trenton Thunder Binghamton Mets Portland Sea Dogs W L 77 65 74 68 72-70 68-73 65-76 59-83 PCT. .542 .521 .507 .482 .461 .415 GB ---3.0 5.0 8.5 11.5 18.0 Western Division Harrisburg Senators Richmond Flying Squirrels Bowie Baysox Akron Aeros Erie SeaWolves Altoona Curve W L 80-62 76-66 75-66 73-69 67-75 64-77 PCT. .563 .535 .532 .514 .472 .454 GB ---4.0 4.5 7.0 13.0 15.5

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2011 easTern leaGue leaDers
Batting: Avg: .332 Runs: 93 Hits: 178 Doubles: 38 Triples: HR: RBI: SB: 10 31 90 70 Starling Marte, ALT Jamie Johnson, ERI Starling Marte, ALT Corban Joseph, TRN Starling Marte, ALT Juan Perez, RIC Chris Rahl, HAR Tyler Moore, HAR Tyler Moore, HAR Anthony Gose, NH Pitching: ERA: 2.02 Wins: 12 Saves: 35 Losses: 13 CG: SO: Walks: 3 171 77 Eric Surkamp, RIC Austin Hyatt, REA Cory Burns, AKR J.C. Ramirez, REA J.C. Ramirez, REA Austin Hyatt, REA Casey Crosby, ERI

2011 Eastern League All-Star Team 1B Tyler Morre Harrisburg 2B Yangervis Solarte New Britain 3B Will Middlebrooks Portland SS Adeiny Hechavarria New Hampshire OF Chih-Hsien Chiang Portland OF Anthony Gose New Hampshire OF Starling Marte Altoona C Travis D’Arnaud New Hampshire Utility Joshua Satin Binghampton DH Matt Rizzotti Reading RHP Brad Peacock Harrisburg LHP Eric Surkamp Richmond RP Cory Burns Akron Team Batting Reading New Britain Portland Erie Binghampton New Hampshire Altoona Bowie Trenton Akron Harrisburg Richmond .273 .269 .267 .266 .262 .259 .258 .256 .253 .252 .249 .247 Team Pitching: Richmond Harrisburg Bowie New Hampshire Akron Altoona Reading Trenton Erie Binghampton Portland New Britain

Eastern League Most Valuable Player TRAVIS D’ARNAUD - New Hampshire Eastern League Pitcher of the Year BRAD PEACOCK - Harrisburg Eastern League Rookie of the Year STARLING MARTE - Altoona Eastern League Manager of the Year SAL FASANO - New Hampshire

3.46 3.61 3.65 3.70 3.73 3.95 3.96 4.04 4.37 4.47 4.78 4.93

Team Fielding: New Hampshire Akron Richmond Erie Reading New Britain Harrisburg Altoona Bowie Portland Trenton Binghampton

.983 .982 .978 .978 .977 .977 .977 .976 .973 .973 .970 .969

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Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 Regular Season Leader New Hampshire (E) Richmond (W) Trenton (E) Altoona (W) Akron (S) Connecticut (N) Trenton (N) Bowie (S) Trenton (N) Erie (S) Trenton (N) Akron (S) Portland (N) Akron (S) New Hampshire (N) Altoona (S) New Haven (N) Akron (S) Norwich (N) Akron (S) New Britain (N) Erie(S) Binghamton (N) Reading (S) Trenton (N) Erie (S) New Britain (N) Akron (S) Portland (N) Harrisburg (S) Portland (N) Trenton (S) Portland (N) Trenton (S) Reading (S) Binghamton (N) Harrisburg (S) Harrisburg Trenton (S) Canton-Akron Harrisburg Albany-Colonie Albany-Colonie Glens Falls Pittsfield Reading Albany-Colonie Albany-Colonie Reading West Haven Glens Falls Bristol West Haven (1st half) West Haven (2nd half) Bristol (1st half) Reading (2nd half) West Haven (New Eng) Three Rivers (Can-Am) Three Rivers (N) West Haven (S) Reading (1st half) Bristol (2nd half) Bristol (Am) Quebec City (Nat) Pittsfield (Am) Reading (Nat) West Haven (Am) Three Rivers (Nat) Elmira (Am) Three Rivers (Nat) Waterbury York Pittsfield WL 77-65 76-66 83 59 82 60 89 53 83 59 86 54 84 58 83 59 81 59 80 62 87 55 76 66 84 58 84 57 85 56 79 63 88 53 76 64 93 48 87 55 84-58 82 58 85 57 92 50 81 61 83 59 81 60 79 63 86 56 83 58 86 56 86 56 73 69 73 69 82 59 88 51 94 44 73 69 80 58 87 53 79 60 92 48 80 57 87 51 77 59 82 57 81 57 96 44 86 54 83 52 79 60 42 28 41 28 40 29 43 24 86 52 76 62 83 55 80 59 41 20 46 27 74 61 76 64 75 61 76 62 84 56 76 60 78 61 78 59 79 62 89 50 84 55 Pct. .542 .535 .585 .577 .627 .585 .614 .592 .585 .579 .563 .613 .535 .592 .596 .603 .556 .624 .543 .660 .613 .592 .586 .599 .648 .570 .585 .574 .556 .606 .589 .606 .606 .514 .514 .582 .633 .681 .514 .580 .621 .568 .657 .584 .630 .566 .590 .587 .686 .614 .615 .568 .600 .594 .580 .642 .623 .551 .601 .576 .672 .630 .548 .543 .551 .551 .600 .559 .561 .569 .560 .640 .604 Playoff Results New Hampshire defeated Richmond 3-1 Altoona defeated Trenton 3-1. Akron defeated Connecticut 3-1. Trenton defeated Akron 3-1. Trenton defeated Akron 3-1. Portland defeated Akron 3-2. Akron defeated Portland 3-1. New Hampshire defeated Altoona 3-0. Akron defeated New Haven 3-0. Norwich defeated Harrisburg 3-2. New Britain and Reading declared Co-Champions after series is cancelled. New Haven defeated Reading 3-1. Harrisburg defeated Norwich 3-2. Harrisburg defeated New Britain 3-1. Harrisburg defeated Portland 3-1. Harrisburg defeated Portland 3-1. Reading defeated New Haven 3-2 Binghamton defeated Harrisburg 3-1. Harrisburg defeated Canton-Akron 3-2. Binghamton defeated Canton-Akron 3-2. Albany-Colonie defeated Harrisburg 3-0. London defeated New Britain 3-0. Albany-Colonie defeated Harrisburg 3-1. Albany-Colonie defeated Vermont 3-1. Harrisburg defeated Vermont 3-2. Vermont defeated Reading 3-2. Vermont defeated New Britain 3-1. Vermont defeated Waterbury 3-2. New Britain defeated Lynn 3-1. West Haven defeated Lynn 3-0. Bristol defeated Glens Falls 3-2. Holyoke defeated Waterbury 2-1. No playoffs held Bristol defeated Reading 2-0. West Haven defeated Three Rivers 3-0. West Haven defeated Three Rivers 3-0 Bristol defeated Reading 3-0. Thetford Mines defeated Pittsfield 2-0. Reading defeated Pittsfield 3-1. West Haven defeated Three Rivers 3-0. Elmira defeated Three Rivers 3-1. No playoffs held Playoffs cancelled after two games due to weather Reading defeated Pittsfield 3-1.

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Year 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 Regular Season Leader Binghamton (E) Elmira (W) Elmira Pittsfield Elmira Charleston Williamsport Springfield Williamsport Springfield Lancaster Binghamton Schenectady Reading Wilkes-Barre Reading Albany Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Albany Scranton Utica Scranton Utica Hartford Scranton Albany Wilkes-Barre Scranton Scranton Binghamton Elmira Scranton (1st half) Elmira (2nd half) Scranton (1st half) Binghamton (2nd half) Binghamton (1st half) Williamsport (2nd half) Binghamton Wilkes-Barre Harrisburg Wilkes-Barre Binghamton Harrisburg Harrisburg Scranton York Williamsport Williamsport Williamsport W L 82 58 74 65 88 51 85 55 82 58 83 57 83 57 85 54 76 62 85 55 75 57 85 55 84 54 84 53 80 59 101 47 82 54 85 54 90 48 93 47 89 51 90 48 96 43 83 52 99 38 87 51 84 56 87 51 79 60 80 60 84 51 84 51 42 27 44 26 44 23 40 29 41 28 41 27 79 55 78 61 83 56 79 59 83 56 82 54 87 51 84 50 77 55 77 55 87 46 82 42 Pct. .586 .532 .633 .607 .586 .593 .593 .612 .551 .607 .568 .607 .609 .613 .576 .682 .603 .612 .652 .664 .636 .652 .691 .615 .729 .630 .600 .630 .568 .571 .622 .622 .609 .629 .657 .580 .594 .603 .590 .561 .597 .572 .597 .603 .630 .627 .583 .583 .654 .661 Playoff Results Binghamton defeated Elmira 3-1. No playoffs held No playoffs held No playoffs held No playoffs held Elmira defeated Williamsport 3-1. No playoffs held Williamsport and Springfield declared Co-Champions due to weather. Springfield defeated Williamsport 3-1. Binghamton defeated Lancaster 3-2. Reading defeated Albany 3-1. Schenectady defeated Reading 3-0. Allentown defeated Schenectady 3-2. Albany defeated Reading 4-1. Binghamton defeated Reading 4-2. Binghamton defeated Reading 4-1. Scranton defeated Elmira 4-0. Wilkes-Barre defeated Binghamton 4-1. Binghamton defeated Wilkes-Barre 4-3. Scranton defeated Albany 4-0. Utica defeated Albany 4-3. Scranton defeated Hartford 4-1. Albany defeated Wilkes-Barre 4-3. Binghamton defeated Utica 4-2. Elmira defeated Scranton 4-2. Scranton defeated Binghamton 4-1. Elmira defeated Williamsport 4-3. Binghamton defeated Hartford 4-1. Scranton defeated Albany 4-1. Elmira defeated Binghamton 3-2. Elmira defeated Wilkes-Barre 4-1. Scranton defeated Elmira 4-0. Binghamton defeated Scranton 4-3. Williamsport defeated Binghamton 4-2. No playoffs held No playoffs held No playoffs held No playoffs held No playoffs held No playoffs held No playoffs held No playoffs held York defeated Williamsport 3-1. No playoffs held No playoffs held

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Eastern League Hotels
Erie Bel-Aire Clarion Hotel 2800 West 8th Street Erie, PA 16505 814-833-1116 814-838-3242 (fax) Harrisburg Park Inn Harrisburg-West 5401 Carlsile Pike Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 717-697-0321 717-697-5917 New Britain Holiday Inn Express 120 Laning Street Southington, CT 06489 860-276-0736 860-276-9405 (fax) New Hampshire Comfort Inn 298 Queen City Ave Manchester, NH 03102 603-668-2600 603-625-2081 (fax) Akron Akron Ramada Plaza Hotel 20 West Mill Street Akron, OH 44308 330-375-9763 330-434-5525 (fax) Altoona Ramada Inn - Altoona 1 Sheraton Drive Altoona, PA 16601 814-946-1631 814-946-0785 (fax) Binghamton Best Western - Johnson City 569 Harry L. Drive Johnson City, NY 13790 607-729-9194 607-729-2305 (fax) Bowie Best Western Annapolis 2520 Riva Road Annapolis, MD 21401 410-224-2800 410-266-5539 (fax) Portland Doubletree by Hilton 363 Maine Mall Road South Portland, ME 04106 207-775-6161 207-756-6623 (fax) Reading Crowne Plaza Reading 1741 Papermill Rd. Wyomissing, PA 19610 610-376-3811 610-375-7562 (fax) Richmond Comfort Suits 10601 Telegraph Road Glen Allen, VA 23059 804-262-2000 804-612-3262 (fax) Trenton Trenton Marriott 1 West Lafayette St. Trenton, NJ 08608 609-421-4000 609-421-4002 (fax)

EASTERN LEAGUE MILEAGE CHART
AKR AKR ALT BNG BOW ERI HBG NBR NH POR REA RIC TRE X 197 385 361 125 306 531 676 740 353 417 428 ALT 197 X 223 186 199 121 370 514 578 177 263 242 BNG 385 223 X 298 266 182 226 295 403 153 400 178 BOW 361 186 298 X 379 115 328 467 531 134 119 162 ERI 125 199 266 379 X 268 488 575 640 316 449 434 HBG 306 121 182 115 268 X 281 420 484 62 217 125 NBR 531 370 226 328 488 281 X 133 208 237 446 180 NH 676 514 295 467 575 420 133 X 99 378 588 321 POR 740 578 403 531 640 484 208 99 X 443 653 386 REA 353 179 153 134 316 62 237 378 443 X 254 84 RIC 417 263 400 119 449 217 446 588 653 254 TRE 428 242 178 162 434 125 180 321 386 84 273 X

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2012 Eastern League Umpires
(As of January 26, 2012-Subject to Change)

Number 7 5 2 57 18 50 40 8 11 30 27 60 6 3 9 4 38 96

Umpire Joey Amaral Joe Born
Brian De Brauwere

2011 Assignment Eastern League Eastern League Texas League Eastern League Eastern League Eastern League Eastern League Eastern League Eastern League Eastern League Carolina League Eastern League Florida State League Florida State League Eastern League Eastern League Eastern League Eastern League

Resides Columbia, MD Lafayette, IN Hummelstown, PA
Santo Domingo, DR

Total Experience 6 years 6 years 4 years 4 years 7 years 7 years 6 years 7 years 8 years 5 years 4.5 years 4.5 years 5 years 6 years 5 years 5 years 6 years 5.5 years

Ramon De Jesus Andy Dudones Max Guyll Luke Hamilton Joe Hannigan Travis Hatch Tom Honec Kiff Kinkead Sean Lampe Nic Lentz Nick Mahrley Jeff Morrow Tim Rosso Doug Vines Tom Woodring

Uniontown, OH Fort Wayne, IN Goshen, IN Westmont, IL
Ravenswood, Australia

Harrisonburg, VA Wilmington, NC Phoenix, AZ Holland, MI Bartlett, IL Fenton, MO Saddle Brook, NJ Kennesaw, GA Boulder, NV

SEA DOGS NOTES Record Breaking Inning: August 29, 2003 The Sea Dogs had an offensive explosion on August 29, 2003. In the 4th inning against the New Haven Ravens, the Sea Dogs plated 14 runs. Among the Records set by Portland:
• • • • • Tied the Eastern League record for runs in an inning (14), set earlier in the 2003 season by New Britain in a 14-run 3rd inning at Bowie. Set new Eastern League record for hits in an inning (14), extra-base hits in an inning (7), total bases in an inning (28), and batters in an inning (19). Set new franchise records for consecutive batters reaching base (12) and hits in game (22). Kevin Haverbusch set a new franchise record with 5 RBI in one inning. Set new season highs for runs scored (17), extra-base hits (9) and total bases (38) in a game - all are second most in franchise history behind 19 runs, 10 extra-base hits and 44 total bases on May 24, 1997 in a 19-5 win over New Britain.

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AKRON AEROS
300 South Main Street Akron, Ohio 44308 Phone: (330) 253-5151 Fax: (330) 253-3300 www.akronaeros.com TEAM INFORMATION/PERSONNEL Affiliation.....................................Cleveland Indians Stadium..................................................Canal Park Year Opened....................................................1997 Capacity..........................................................9,097 Dimensions..................LF: 331’, CF: 400’, RF: 337’ 2011 Attendance................................266,265 (9th) Years in League......................................1989-2012 League Titles..........................(3) 2003, 2005, 2009 Last Playoff Appearance..................................2009 CEO...................................................Greg Agganis GM.........................................................Jeff Auman Media Contact.......................................Kim Lakner Broadcaster........................Jim Clark/ Ken Carman Flagship Station................FOX SPORTS 1350 AM Manager..............................................Chris Tremie Coach............................................... Rouglas Odor Pitching Coach......................................Tony Arnold Trainer...................................................Chad Wolfe 2012 SEA DOGS VS. AKRON At Portland July 31-August 2 At Akron August 7-9

ALTOONA CURVE
1000 Park Avenue Altoona, PA 16602 Phone: (814) 943-5400 Fax: (814) 943-9050 www.altoonacurve.com TEAM INFORMATION/PERSONNEL Affiliation......................................Pittsburgh Pirates Stadium...................People’s Natural Gas Ballpark Year Opened....................................................1999 Capacity..........................................................7,210 Field Dimensions............LF:325’, CF:405’, RF:325’ 2011 Attendance................................285,906 (8th) Years in League......................................1999-2012 League Titles...................................................2010 Last Playoff Appearance..................................2010 CEO.................................................Robert Lozinak GM...........................................................Rob Egan Media Contact.................................Mike Passanisi Broadcasters...................................Mike Passanisi Flagship Station...................ESPN Radio 1430 AM Manager................................................ P.J. Forbes Hitting Coach..........................................Ryan Long Pitching Coach....................................Jeff Johnson Trainer....................................................Mike Zalno 2012 SEA DOGS VS. ALTOONA At Portland August 14-16 At Altoona June 1-3

SEA DOGS RECORD VS. AKRON 2011 Record.................................................3-3 2011 @ Portland..........................................1-2 2011 @ Akron...............................................2-1 All Time Record..........................................73-83 Playoff Record...............................................4-5 Largest Margin of Victory.................13 (4/15/98) Largest Margin of Defeat.................12 (4/12/94) Notable Alumni: Russell Branyan, Fausto Carmona,
Bartolo Colon, Sean Casey, Wil Cordero, Coco Crisp, Cliff Lee, Victor Martinez, Jhonny Peralta, C.C. Sabathia, Grady Sizemore, Jason Kipnis, Richie Sexson, Manny Ramirez

SEA DOGS RECORD VS. ALTOONA 2011 Record..................................................5-2 2011 @ Portland...........................................2-2 2011 @ Altoona.............................................3-0 All Time Record.........................................39-44 Largest Margin of Victory.....................8 (6/5/11) Largest Margin of Defeat...................10 (8/3/00) Notable Alumni: Bronson Arroyo, Kris Benson, Matt
Capps, Brendan Donnelly, Ryan Doumit, Mike Gonzalez, Pedro Alvarez, Jack Wilson, Jason Schmidt, Zach Duke, Kip Wells

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BINGHAMTON METS
211 Henry Street Binghamton, NY 13901 Phone: (607) 723-6387 Fax: (607) 723-7779 www.bmets.com TEAM INFORMATION/PERSONNEL Affiliation..........................................New York Mets Stadium.......................................................NYSEG Year Opened....................................................1992 Capacity..........................................................6,012 Field Dimensions.........LF: 330’, CF: 400’, RF: 330’ 2011 Attendance..............................209,044 (12th) Years in League......1923-’37, 1940-’63, 1966-’68, 1992-2012 League Titles...............(12) 1929, 1933, 1935, 1940, 1944, Last Playoff Appearance..................................2004 CEO....................................................Michael Urda GM...........................................................Jim Weed Media Contact......................................Tim Heiman Broadcaster..........................................Tim Heiman Flagship Station.............................WNBF 1290 AM Manager..............................................Pedro Lopez Hitting Coach.........................................Luis Natera Pitching Coach.....................................Glen Abbott Trainer...................................................Matt Hunter 2012 SEA DOGS VS. BINGHAMTON At Portland April 12-15, May 18-20, August 23-26 At Binghamton April 19-22, July 26-29
1949, 1952, 1953, 1958, 1967, 1992, 1994

BOWIE BAYSOX
4101 NE Crain Highway Bowie, MD 20716 Phone (301) 805-6000 Fax (301) 464-4911 www.baysox.com TEAM INFORMATION/PERSONNEL Affiliation......................................Baltimore Orioles Stadium...........................Prince George’s Stadium Year Opened....................................................1994 Capacity........................................................10,000 Field Dimensions.........LF: 309’, CF: 405’, RF: 309’ 2011 Attendance..............................255,832 (10th) Years in League......................................1993-2012 League Titles...................................................None Last Playoff Appearance..................................2008 President................................................Ken Young GM.................................................Brian Shallcross Media Contact.......................................Matt Wilson Broadcaster..........................Ben Gordon-Goldstein Flagship Station..............................................None Manager..............................................Gary Kendall Field Coaches.................................Denny Hocking Pitching Coach.............................Kennie Steenstra Trainer...................................................Aaron Scott 2012 SEA DOGS VS. BOWIE At Portland June 5-7 At Bowie June 12-14

SEA DOGS RECORD VS. BINGHAMTON 2011 Record................................................10-10 2011 @ Portland.............................................5-5 2011 @ Binghamton.......................................5-5 All Time Record.......................................162-167 Playoff Record.................................................3-2 Largest Margin of Victory..................11 (4/26/08) Largest Margin of Defeat..................14 (8/15/94) Notable Alumni: Daniel Murphy, Edgardo Alfonzo, Jason Bay, Octavio Dotel, Jason Isringhausen, Scott Kazmir, Rey Ordonez, Jay Payton,Jose Reyes, David Wright, Brian Daubach, Ty Wigginton

SEA DOGS RECORD VS. BOWIE 2011 Record....................................................2-4 2011 @ Portland..............................................2-2 2011 @ Bowie.................................................0-4 All Time Record...........................................81-76 Largest Margin of Victory...................13 (7/27/95) Largest Margin of Defeat.....................14 (8/6/94) Notable Alumni: Eric Bedard, Armando Benitez, Daniel
Cabrera, Jerry Hairston Jr., Jeffrey Hammonds, Jorge Julio, Nick Markakis, Alex Ochoa, Sidney Ponson, Chris Ray, Brian Roberts, Matt Wieters

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ERIE SEAWOLVES
110 East 10th Street Erie, PA 16501 Phone (814) 456-1300 Fax (800) 456-1304 www.seawolves.com TEAM INFORMATION/PERSONNEL Affiliation.............................................Detroit Tigers Stadium............................................Jerry Uht Park Year Opened....................................................1995 Capacity..........................................................6,000 Field Dimensions.........LF: 312’, CF: 400’, RF: 328’ 2011 Attendance..............................224,443 (11th) Years in League......................................1999-2012 League Titles...................................................None Last Playoff Appearance..................................2007 GM...................................................Greg Coleman Media Contact.......................................Greg Gania Broadcaster...........................................Greg Gania Flagship Station............................WFMN 1330 AM

HARRISBURG SENATORS
Metro Bank Park Harrisburg, PA 17101 Phone (717) 231-4444 Fax (717) 231-4445 www.senatorsbaseball.com TEAM INFORMATION/PERSONNEL Affiliation...............................Washington Nationals Stadium.........................................Metro Bank Park Year Opened...................................................1987 Capacity..........................................................6,187 Field Dimensions.........LF: 325’, CF: 400’, RF: 325’ 2011 Attendance................................291,248 (7th) Years in League......................1924-35, 1987-2012
League Titles..................(9) 1927, 1928, 1931, 1987, 1993, 1996-99

Last Playoff Appearance..................................2011 Chairman....................................Michael Reinsdorf GM.................................................Randy Whitaker Media Contact......................................Terry Byrom Broadcaster..........................................Terry Byrom Flagship Station.............................WTKT 1460 AM

Manager.................................................Chris Cron Hitting Coach........................................Jerry Martin Manager.......................................,,......Matt LeCroy Pitching Coach........................................Ray Burris Hitting Coach..............................................Eric Fox Trainer............................................Chris McDonald Pitching Coach...................................Paul Menhart Trainer......................................................Jeff Allred 2012 SEA DOGS VS. ERIE At Portland August 3-5 At Erie August 10-12 2012 SEA DOGS VS. HARRISBURG At Portland June 19-21 At Harrisburg May 29-31

SEA DOGS RECORD VS. ERIE 2011 Record...................................................3-3 2011 @ Portland.............................................2-1 2011 @ Erie...................................................1-2 All Time Record..........................................41-43 Playoff Record................................................3-2 Largest Margin of Victory.................10 (5/17/00) Largest Margin of Defeat...................11 (8/3/04) Notable Alumni: Curtis Granderson, Matt Joyce, John
Lackey, Jair Jurrjens, Jose Guillen, Ramon Ortiz, Fernando Rodney, Justin Verlander, Joel Zumaya, Dimitri Young

SEA DOGS RECORD VS. HARRISBURG 2011 Record...................................................2-5 2011 @ Portland.............................................0-3 2011 @ Harrisburg.........................................2-2 All Time Record..........................................80-87 Playoff Record................................................2-6 Largest Margin of Victory.................10 (6/22/96) Largest Margin of Defeat...................11 (7/3/03) Notable Alumni: Moises Alou, Tony Armas Jr., Michael
Barrett, Milton Bradley, Orlando Cabrera, Cliff Floyd, Brad Fullmer, Mark Grudzielanek, Vladimir Guerrero, Ugueth Urbina, Javier Vasquez, Jose Vidro, Ryan Zimmerman

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NEW BRITAIN ROCK CATS
230 John Karbonic Way New Britain, CT Phone: (860) 224-8383 Fax: (860) 225-6267 www.rockcats.com TEAM INFORMATION/PERSONNEL Affiliation.......................................Minnesota Twins Stadium...................................New Britain Stadium Year Opened....................................................1996 Capacity..........................................................6,146 Field Dimensions.........LF: 330’, CF: 400’, RF: 330’ 2011 Attendance................................363,759 (6th) Years in League......................................1983-2012 League Titles....................................(2) 1983, 2001 Last Playoff Appearance..................................2009 President...............................................Bill Dowling Vice President.........................................Evan Levy Media Contact.....................................Bob Dowling Broadcaster...........................................Jeff Dooley Flagship Station...............................WTIC 96.5 FM Manager...................................................Jeff Smith Hitting Coach..................................Rudy Hernadez Pitching Coach.......................................Stu Cliburn Trainer..............................................Larry Bennese 2012 SEA DOGS VS. NEW BRITAIN At Portland April 16-18, May 25-28, August 17-19, July 14-17 At New Britain April 23-25, May 4-6, August 20-22

NEW HAMPSHIRE FISHER CATS
1 Line Drive Manchester, NH 03101 Phone: (603) 641-2005 Fax: (603) 641-2055 www.nhfishercats.com TEAM INFORMATION/PERSONNEL Affiliation.....................................Toronto Blue Jays Stadium.................Northeast Delta Dental Stadium Year Opened....................................................2005 Capacity..........................................................6,500 Field Dimensions.........LF: 326’, CF: 400’, RF: 306’ 2011 Attendance................................373,482 (4th) Years in League......................1969-’71, 2004-2012 League Titles....................................2 (2004, 2011) Last Playoff Appearance..................................2011 Owner, Managing Partner....................Art Solomon GM......................................................Rick Brenner Media Contact....................................Tom Gauthier Broadcaster...................Tom Gauthier/ Bob Lipman Flagship Station................................WGIR 610 AM Manager................................................Sal Fasano Hitting Coach......................................Jon Nunnally Pitching Coach....................................Tom Signore Trainer...............................................Robert Tarpey 2012 SEA DOGS VS. NEW HAMPSHIRE At Portland May 7-9, June 26-29, July 12-15 At New Hampshire May 21-24, July 4-6, 19-22 August 27-30

SEA DOGS RECORD VS. NEW BRITAIN 2011 Record................................................8-16 2011 @ Portland...........................................5-8 2011 @ New Britain......................................3-8 All Time Record.....................................203-169 Largest Margin of Victory.................14 (5/24/97) Largest Margin of Defeat.................11 (4/27/01) Notable Alumni: Jeff Bagwell, Ellis Burks, Roger
Clemens, Matt Garza, Christian Guzman, Torii Hunter, Francisco Liriano, Joe Mauer, Doug Mientkiewicz, Justin Morneau, David Ortiz, Curt Schilling, John Valentin, Mo Vaughn, Todd Walker

SEA DOGS RECORD VS. NEW HAMPSHIRE 2011 Record................................................11-15 2011 @ Portland............................................5-6 2011 @ New Hampshire................................6-9 All-Time Record........................................105-93 Largest Margin of Victory...................11 (5/6/08) Largest Margin of Defeat...................13 (9/6/04) Notable Alumni: Kyle Drabek, J.P Arencibia, Aaron Hill, Brandon League, Adam Lind, Dustin McGowan, Travis Snyder, Ricky Romero, Todd Helton, Alex Rios, Shawn Marcum

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READING PHILLIES
Route 61 South/ 1900 Centre Ave. Reading, PA 19605 Phone: (610) 373-5868 Fax: (610) 373-9570 www.readingphillies.com TEAM INFORMATION/PERSONNEL Affiliation..................................Philadelphia Phillies Stadium..................................First Energy Stadium Year Opened....................................................1951 Capacity..........................................................9,000 Field Dimensions.........LF: 330’, CF: 400’, RF: 330’ 2011 Attendance...............................456,957 (1st) Years in League......’33-’35, ‘52-’61, ‘63-’65, 1967-2012 League Titles......(5) 1957, 1968, 1973, 1995, 2001 Last Playoff Appearance..................................2011 Managing Partner..................................Craig Stein GM..................................................Scott Hunsicker Media Contact...................................Eric Scarcella Broadcaster.........................................Brian Seltzer Flagship Station..............................ESPN 1240 AM Manager............................................Dusty Wathan Hitting Coach................................Frank Cacciatore Pitching Coach......................................Bob Milacki Trainer...................................................Chris Mudd 2012 SEA DOGS VS. READING At Portland April 27-29, July 16-18, August 31-September 3 At Reading April 5-7, May 14-16

RICHMOND FLYING SQUIRRELS
3001 N. Boulevard Richmond, VA 23230 Phone: (804) 359-3866 Fax: (804) 359-1373

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TEAM INFORMATION/PERSONNEL Affiliation................................San Francisco Giants Stadium..............................................The Diamond Year Opened....................................................1985 Capacity........................................................10,500 Field Dimensions.........LF: 330’, CF: 402’, RF: 330’ 2011 Attendance...............................447,520 (2nd) Years in League......................................2010-2012 League Titles...................................................None Last Playoff Appearance..................................2011 Chief Executive Manager.................Chuck Domino GM....................................................Bill Papierniak Media Contacts......................Anthony Oppermann Broadcaster............................................Jon Laaser Flagship Station...............................WRNL 910 AM Manager........................................Dave Machemer Hitting Coach..........................................Ken Joyce Pitching Coach.................................Ross Grimsley Trainer........................................................LJ Petra 2012 SEA DOGS VS. RICHMOND At Portland June 8-10 At Richmond August 15-17

SEA DOGS RECORD VS. READING 2011 Record...................................................8-9 2011 @ Portland.............................................3-3 2011 @ Reading.............................................5-6 All Time Record..........................................80-94 Largest Margin of Victory.................10 (5/17/11) Largest Margin of Defeat...................10 (8/3/00) Notable Alumni: Marlon Anderson, Dominic Brown,
George Bell, Bob Boone, Larry Bowa, Pat Burrell, Julio Franco, Cole Hamels, Ryan Howard, Mike Lieberthal, Scott Rolen, Jimmy Rollins, Ryne Sandberg, Mike Schmidt, Chase Utley

SEA DOGS RECORD VS. RICHMOND 2011 Record...................................................2-4 2011 @ Portland.............................................1-2 2011 @ Richmond..........................................1-2 All Time Record..............................................4-8 Largest Margin of Victory.....................6 (6/7/11) Largest Margin of Defeat.....................6 (6/8/11) Notable Alumni: (Norwich/Connecticut): Matt Cain, Madison Bumgarner, Nick Johnson, Mike Lowell, Noah Lowry, Ramiro Mendoza, Jonathan Sanchez, Pablo Sandoval, Alfonso Soriano, Shane Spencer

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TRENTON THUNDER
1 Thunder Road Trenton, NJ 08611 Phone: (609) 394-3300 Fax: (609) 394-9666 www.trentonthunder.com TEAM INFORMATION/PERSONNEL Affiliate.......................................New York Yankees Stadium..........................................Waterfront Park Year Opened....................................................1994 Capacity..........................................................6,440 Field Dimensions.........LF: 330’, CF: 407’, RF: 330’ 2011 Attendance................................379,501 (3rd) Years in League......................................1994-2012 League Titles....................................(2) 2007, 2008 Last Playoff Appearance..................................2010 GM...........................................................Will Smith Media Contact...........................................Bill Cook Broadcaster....................................... Jay Burnham Flagship Station..............................WTSR 91.3 FM Manager.............................................Tony Franklin Hitting Coach.........................................Tom Slater Pitching Coach.................................Tommy Phelps Trainer........................................Scott DiFrancesco Sea Dogs Record vs. MLB Organizations Organization Anaheim Baltimore Boston Cleveland Colorado Detroit Minnesota Montreal New York Mets New York Yankees Philadelphia Pittsburgh St. Louis San Francisco Seattle Toronto Washington Record 8-6 81-76 73-78 74-84 47-43 44-40 194-158 55-57 162-167 161-166 80-94 39-44 26-14 79-79 18-25 121-93 25-30

2012 SEA DOGS VS. TRENTON At Portland April 30-May 3, June 30-July 3, July 23-25 At Trenton April 9-11, May 10-13, June 22-25, July 7-9

SEA DOGS RECORD VS. TRENTON 2011 Record.................................................5-12 2011 @ Portland.............................................4-6 2011 @ Trenton..............................................1-6 All Time Record......................................150-164 Playoff Record................................................7-9 Largest Margin of Victory...................12 (7/7/98) Largest Margin of Defeat...................13 (7/3/06)
Notable Alumni: Melky Cabrera, Robinson Cano, Joba Chamberlain, Tony Clark, David Eckstein, Nomar Garciaparra, Scott Hatteberg, Shea Hillenbrand,Trot Nixon, Carl Pavano, Phil Hughes, Kevin Youkilis

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Akron
Total 3 2 4 2 Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost Home/Road Road Home Road Home Home/Road Road Home Road Home Home/Road Road Home Road Home Home/Road Road Home Road Home Home/Road Road Home Road Home Home/Road Road Home Road Home Home/Road Road Home Road Home Home/Road Road Home Road Home Home/Road Road Home Road Home Home/Road Road Home Road Home Last Time June 14-16, 1999 (3-game) June 20-22, 1997 (4-game) May 7-9, 1997 (3-game) Aug.4-6, 2006 (3-game) June 20-21, 2009 (3-game) Last Time July 4-5, 1994 (2-game) ---July 15-17, 1994 (3-game) May 13-15, 1994 (3-game) Last Time June 3-5, 2011 (3-game) Aug 12-14, 2008 (3-game) June 22-24, 2010 (3-game) August 7-9, 2007 (3-game) Last Time April 17-20, 2008 (4-game) July 5-7, 1996 (3-game) April 18-20, 2011 (2-game)
August 19-21, 2011 (3-game)

Albany-Colonie

Total 1 0 1 1 Total 2 3 2 2 Total 4 2 4 8 Total 3 4 3 3 Total 3 2 1 2 Total 3 2 5 2 Total 11 12 10 2 Total 5 3 4 1 Total 2 5 3 5

Altoona

Binghamton

Bowie

August 10-12, 2010 (3-game)

Last Time

June 11-13, 1996 (4-game)

Apr. 29-May 1, 2008 (3-game)

June 10-12, 2011 (2-game) Last Time June 8-10, 2010 (3-game) July 13-16, 2000 (4-game) August 1-3, 2006 (3-game) June 17-19, 2005 (3-game)

Erie

Harrisburg

Last Time June 13-16, 2005 (6-game) Aug 15-17, 2008 (3-game)
July 29-August 1, 2010 (4-game) August 22-24, 2011(3-game)

New Britain

Last Time May 7-9, 2010 (3-game)
April 30-May 2, 2010 (3-game)

May 12-14, 2011 (4-game) April 27-29, 2001 (3-game)

New Hampshire

Last Time July 19-21, 2010 (3-game) Sept. 3-6, 2010 (4-game) June 24-26, 2011 (3-game) Aug 24-26, 2004 (3-game) Last Time July 16-19, 2001 (4-game) May 25-28, 1995 (4-game) July 26-28, 1999 (3-game) June 7-8, 2000 (3-game)

New Haven

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Norwich/CT
Total 5 7 3 1 Total 0 2 4 3 Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost Home/Road Road Home Road Home Home/Road Road Home Road Home Last Time June 2-4, 2006 (3-game) April 14-16, 2008 (3-game) April 7-10, 2005 (4-game) July 26-28, 2002 (4-game) May 27-29, 1997 (3-game) Last Time ---May 25-28, 2007 (4-game)
April 29-May 1, 2011 (3-game)

Reading

July 18-20, 2005 (3-game) June 6-9, 1997 (4-game) Last Time ------------Last Time April 14-17, 2005 (4-game) July 25-27, 2008 (3-game) May 7-9, 2007 (4-game) July 18-20, 1994 (5-game) May 20-22, 2011 (3-game) August 22-25, 2005 (4-game) August 1-2, 2008 (2-game)

Richmond

Total 0 0 0 0 Total 5 6 9 5

Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won/Lost Won Won Lost Lost

Home/Road Road Home Road Home Home/Road Road Home Road Home

Trenton

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2011 season summary
• Despite a franchise worst record of 59-83 the Sea Dogs had plenty of notable accomplishments in 2011. • Portland suffered through a franchise worst month of May with a 6-25 record. • Portland batters ranked 3rd in the league with a .267 batting average, tops in the Red Sox minor league system, and led the Eastern League in runs (684), total bases (1996), doubles (298) and RBI (639). • On June 1st, the Sea Dogs fell behind 9-1 to the New Britain Rock Cats after four innings. The Sea Dogs would rally to score 17 unanswered runs including 10 runs in the final two innings to defeat the Rock Cats 18-9. • The Sea Dogs ended two games in dramatic fashion with walk-off home runs in 2011. On June 29, tied at three, Alex Hassan launched a solo home run in the bottom of the ninth to give the Sea Dogs a 4-3 win over New Britain. Less than a month later, Mitch Dening blasted a solo home run in the bottom of the ninth to defeat the Binghamton Mets 10-9. • Five players were selected to the Eastern League All-Star Game: Chih-Hsien Chiang, Stephen Fife, Alex Hassan, Will Middlebrooks, and Alex Wilson. • Chiang & Middlebrooks also participated in the XM All-Star Futures Game. • The Sea Dogs had a franchise record 17 wins in July and established new records for most runs scored (175), doubles (76), and RBI (158) for the month. Will Middlebrooks had a franchsie record 29 RBI. ChihHsien Chiang alsoset franchise records for the month with a .430 avg, 27 runs scored, 15 doubles, and 74 total bases. • On July 31st three key components of the roster were traded including Chiang, Fife, and catcher Tim Federowicz. • OF Chih-Hsien Chiang was honored as the Topps/ MiLB eastern League Player of the Year. He was named Eastern League Player of the Week for 5/30-6/5, hitting .424 (14-for- 33) with 3 doubles, 1 triple, 3 homers, 8 RBI and 8 runs scored during that span. He was both the June and July Eastern League Player of the Month. He set a team record with 72 career doubles, surpassing former Sea Dog Brandon Moss who set the previous record at 66 (2005-06). The 23 year old also tied Josh Reddick by homering in four straight games. Chiang, who was named the Sea Dogs Most Valuable Player for 2011, hit .340 (109-for-321) with 18 home runs and 76 RBI for Portland in 88 games prior to being traded to the Seattle Mariners on 7/31. • Wilson, named Red Sox Minor League Pitcher of the Year and Sea Dogs Pitcher of the Year, notched a 9-4 record with a 3.05 ERA (38 ER/112.0 IP) in 21 starts for Portland. He was leading the team in innings pitched (112.0) and strikeouts (99) prior to being called up to Triple-A Pawtucket on 8/16. • Eastern League Pitcher of the Week for 6/6-12, Fife allowed just 1 hit, 1 walk and struck out 7 over 6.1 shutout innings in 1 appearance during that span. He ended the season with an 11-4 record and a 3.66 ERA (42 ER/103.1 IP). His 11 wins were the most in the Red Sox farm system and tied for 2nd in the Eastern League. • Hassan ended the year batting .291(132-for-454) with 34 doubles, 13 home runs and 64 RBI and led the team with 126 games, 75 runs, 132 hits and 76 walks. He ranked 5th in the Red Sox organization in batting. • C Ryan Lavarnway hit .284 (59-for-239) with 5 doubles, 14 homers, 38 RBI and 32 walks before being promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket. • Winner of the 2011 Sea Dogs 10th Player Award, INF Jon Hee played at least 10 games at 4 different infield positions (1B, 2B, 3B, SS). The 26-year-old batted .275 (91-for-331) with 26 doubles, 4 home runs, 40 RBI and 33 walks. His 26 doubles were the 3rd most on the team. • RHP Jeremy Kehrt was named the Sea Dogs Citizen of the Year for 2011. He posted a 3-2 record with a 4.64 ERA (40 ER/72.2 IP) in 22 games (6 starts) for Portland. Kehrt volunteered much of his time to the community making numerous appearances at schools to speak with students about the importance of education and living a healthy and active lifestyle. • On August 20th the Sea Dogs took on the Binghamton Mets at Fenway Park. Down 4-2 in the eighth, Milton, Massachusetts native, Alex Hassan blasted a two run homer to tie the game. The Sea Dogs would eventually fall 6-4 in 11 innings. • Chiang and Middlebrooks were both selected to the 2011 Eastern League Year-End All-Star squad.

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2011 reCorD wHen....
Overall Night Games Day Games vs. LHP starter vs. RHP starter When Dogs score first When opp. score first When scoring 4+ runs When scoring <=3 runs Lead after 5th Tied after 5th Trail after 5th Lead after 6th Tied after 6th Trail after 6th Lead after 7th Tied after 7th Trail after 7th Lead after 8th Tied after 8th Trail after 8th Extra Innings Doubleheader gms. Shutouts One-Run Games Two-Run Games Wins in Final AB When hitting a home run When committing an error vs. Eastern Division Binghamton New Britain New Hampshire Reading Trenton vs. Western Division Altoona Akron Bowie Erie Harrisburg Richmond Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday April May June July August September Home W-L 28-41 20-28 8-13 8-15 20-26 18-9 10-32 27-17 1-24 23-7 3-4 2-30 25-5 2-8 1-28 25-2 1-5 1-34 22-1 2-3 0-32 0-3 2-3 3-3 4-7 2-6 4-5 20-19 19-27 22-29 5-5 5-8 5-6 3-3 4-6 6-12 2-2 1-2 0-2 2-1 0-3 1-2 2-6 7-4 4-5 4-6 3-8 4-6 4-6 7-5 4-11 6-7 7-7 3-9 1-3 Away W-L 31-42 22-35 9-7 7-9 24-33 21-12 10-30 27-14 4-28 22-5 5-4 4-33 24-3 2-5 5-34 25-2 1-5 3-35 22-1 0-4 3-31 0-3 5-7 4-8 7-15 5-8 3-9 23-16 13-24 20-35 5-5 3-8 6-9 5-6 1-6 11-9 3-0 2-1 2-2 1-2 2-2 1-2 2-5 7-5 6-5 4-7 3-7 4-9 5-4 1-6 2-14 8-6 10-6 10-8 0-1
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Overall W-L 59-83 42-63 17-20 15-24 44-59 39-21 20-62 54-31 5-52 45-12 8-8 6-63 49-8 4-13 6-62 50-4 2-10 4-69 44-2 2-7 3-63 0-6 7-10 7-11 11-22 7-14 7-14 43-35 32-51 42-62 10-10 8-16 11-15 8-9 5-12 17-21 5-2 3-3 2-4 3-3 2-5 2-4 4-11 14-9 10-10 8-13 6-15 8-15 9-10 8-11 6-25 14-13 17-13 13-17 1-4

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2011 TransaCTions
April 2…Opening Day Roster announced (13 pitchers, 3 catchers, 5 infielders, 4 outfielders). April 7…LHP Kyle Fernandes activated from the disabled list (roster set to 24)…LHP Tommy Hottovy placed on the temporary inactive list. April 11…LHP Kyle Fernandes placed on the disabled list (mild right ankle sprain)…LHP Tommy Hottovy activated from the temporary inactive list. May 1…INF Ryan Dent placed on the disabled list (left hamstring)…INF Vladimir Frias assigned from High-A Salem. May 5…LHP Kyle Fernandes activated from the disabled list…RHP Blake Maxwell promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket. May 14…RHP Miguel Gonzalez assigned from High-A Salem…LHP Tommy Hottovy promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket. May 17…LHP Cesar Cabral assigned from High-A Salem…RHP Miguel Gonzalez promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket. May 21…OF Jeremy Hazelbaker assigned from High-A Salem…OF Cheh-Hsuan Lin promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket. May 24…RHP Brock Huntzinger placed on the disabled list (right finger laceration) retroactive to May 22. May 26…RHP Miguel Gonzalez assigned from Triple-A Pawtucket. May 31…RHP Stephen Fife placed on the disabled list (left foot contusion) retroactive to May 29…RHP Chris Balcom-Miller assigned from High-A Salem…RHP Santo Luis placed on the temporary inactive list. June 1…RHP Blake Maxwell received from Triple-A Pawtucket. June 2…RHP Brock Huntzinger activated from the disabled list (right finger laceration)…RHP Michael Lee placed on the disabled list (right triceps strain) retroactive to May 31. June 3…RHP Santo Luis activated from the temporary inactive list…RHP Stolmy Pimentel placed on the disabled list (right quad contusion) retroactive to June 2. June 5…RHP Santo Luis placed on the temporary inactive list June 7…RHP Stephen Fife activated from the disabled list. June 8…RHP Blake Maxwell promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket. June 10…RHP Blake Maxwell assigned from Triple-A Pawtucket. June 11…INF Drew Dominguez assigned from Low-A Greenville…LHP Kyle Fernandes placed on the disabled list (left quad strain)…INF Will Middlebrooks placed on the disabled list (right triceps strain)…RHP Stolmy Pimentel activated from the disabled list…INF/OF Reynaldo Rodriguez assigned from High-A Salem…INF Will Vazquez retired. June 13…INF Drew Dominguez assigned to Low-A Greenville…C Ryan Lavarnway promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket…C Matt Spring assigned from High-A Salem. June 14…INF Tony Thomas assigned from Triple-A Pawtucket. June 17…RHP Michael Lee assigned to Short-Season A Lowell on a minor league rehabilitation stint. June 18…INF Drew Dominguez assigned from High-A Salem...INF Tony Thomas placed on the disabled list (back).

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June 20…INF Drew Dominguez assigned to Low-A Greenville...RHP Seth Garrison placed on the disabled list (left hip strain) retroactive to June 18. June 21…LHP Kyle Fernandes activated from the disabled list…INF Ryan Khoury assigned to Portland from the Gateway Grizzlies. June 22…RHP Santo Luis activated from the temporary inactive list…RHP Blake Maxwell promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket. June 25…RHP Bobby Jenks on 30-day injury rehab assignment from Boston. June 26…INF Will Middlebrooks assigned to Short-Season A Lowell on a minor league rehabilitation stint. June 27…RHP Santo Luis released by the Boston Red Sox…RHP Junichi Tazawa activated from disabled list (right elbow) by Boston and optioned to Portland. June 28…LHP Cesar Cabral placed on the temporary inactive list…RHP Miguel Gonzalez promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket…RHP Jeremy Kehrt assigned to High-A Salem…RHP Michael Lee activated from the disabled list… RHP Blake Maxwell assigned to Portland…INF Tony Thomas activated from the disabled list. June 29…INF Jorge Padron assigned to High-A Salem…RHP Charlie Rosario promoted from Low-A Greenville. June 30…INF Will Middlebrooks activated from the disabled list...INF Tony Thomas promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket. July 1…RHP Miguel Gonzalez assigned from Triple-A Pawtucket…RHP Charle Rosario assigned to Low-A Greenville. July 3…INF Ryan Khoury promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket. July 4…LHP Cesar Cabral activated from the temporary inactive list. July 5…RHP Caleb Clay assigned to High-A Salem…INF Heiker Meneses assigned from Low-A Greenville. July 7…INF Ryan Dent assigned to Gulf Coast League Red Sox on a minor league rehab assignment. July 9…RHP Caleb Clay assigned from High-A Salem…OF Chih-Hsien Chiang and INF Will Middlebrooks placed on the temporary inactive list (Future’s Game)…INF Ryan Khoury received from Triple-A Pawtucket. July 11…LHP Felix Doubront assigned from Triple-A Pawtucket…RHP Stolmy Pimentel assigned to High-A Salem. July 12…INF Vladimir Frias assigned to High-A Salem. July 13…LHP Felix Doubront promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket…INF Reynaldo Rodriguez placed on the disabled list (appendectomy) retroactive to July 12. July 14…OF Chih-Hsien Chiang and INF Will Middlebrooks activated from the temporary inactive list…INF Ryan Dent completed minor league rehab assignmentwith GCL Red Sox and Lowell. July 17…RHP Miguel Gonzalez placed on the disabled list (right forearm inflammation) retroactive to July 15. July 18…RHP Charle Rosario assigned from Low-A Greenville. July 22…C Matt Spring assigned to High-A Salem….C Mark Wagner received from High-A Salem. July 23…RHP Charlie Haeger signed by the Boston Red Sox as a minor league free-agent and placed on Portland’s temporary inactive list. July 29…RHP Charlie Haeger activated from the temporary inactive list…RHP Charlie Rosario assigned to Low-A Greenville.

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July 31…OF Chih-Hsien Chiang traded to Seattle Mariners and assigned to Double-A Jackson...C Tim Federowicz and RHP Stephen Fife traded to Los Angeles Dodgers…Federowicz assigned to Triple-A Albuquerque and Fife assigned to Double-A Chattanooga. August 2…RHP Josh Fields acquired in a trade with the Seattle Mariners and assigned to Portland…INF Drew Hedman assigned from Low-A Greenville…C Matt Spring assigned from High-A Salem. August 3…C Dan Butler received from High-A Salem…INF Drew Hedman assigned to Low-A Greenville. August 4…RHP Miguel Gonzalez activated from the disabled list...RHP Charlie Haeger placed on the temporary inactive list. August 8…OF Ronald Bermudez received from Triple-A Pawtucket…RHP Charlie Haeger activated from the temporary Inactive list…INF Heiker Meneses assigned to High-A Salem…RHP Junichi Tazawa promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket. August 9…INF Reynaldo Rodriguez assigned to GCL Red Sox on minor league rehab assignment. August 10…RHP Caleb Clay placed on the disabled list (back inflammation) retroactive to August 6. August 11…LHP Cesar Cabral placed on the disabled list (concussion symptoms)…RHP Jeremy Kehrt received from Triple-A Pawtucket. August 16…INF Reynaldo Rodriguez completed minor league rehab assignment and activated from the disabled list… RHP Matt Rusch signed by the Boston Red Sox from the Quebec Capitales of the Can-Am League and assigned to Portland…RHP Alex Wilson promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket. August 17…C Jeff Howell signed by Boston Red Sox from the Lincoln Saltdogs and assigned to Portland …C Matt Spring assigned to High-A Salem. August 19…RHP Chris Martin assigned from High-A Salem…INF Will Middlebrooks promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket. August 22…RHP Miguel Gonzalez placed on the disabled list (right elbow inflammation) retroactive to August 20. August 24…RHP Chris Balcom-Miller and Jon Hee placed on the disabled list (concussion) retroactive to August 23… LHP Will Latimer and INF Alex Valdez assigned from High-A Salem. August 25…LHP Cesar Cabral activated from the disabled list (concussion symptoms). September 1…RHP Caleb Clay activated from the disabled list…LHP Cesar Cabral placed on the disabled list (sinus pressure).

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Individual Batting At-Bats, Game Runs, Game Hits, Game Singles, Game Doubles, Game Triples, Game Home Runs, Game RBI, Game Extra-Base Hits, Game Total Bases, Game Base on Balls, Game Strikeouts, Game Stolen Bases, Game Longest Hitting Streak Longest On-Base Streak Individual Pitching Strikeouts, Game Walks, Game Runs Allowed, Game Earned Runs Allowed, Game Most Hits Allowed, Game Most Innings Pitched, Starter Most Innings Pitched, Reliever Fewest Innings Pitched, Starter Consecutive Scoreless Innings Consecutive Wins, Season Consecutive Losses, Season Team Miscellaneous Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Home Winning Streak Longest Road Winning Streak Longest Home Losing Streak Longest Road Losing Streak Longest Nine-Inning Game, Time Longest Extra-Inning Game, Time Shortest Nine-Inning Game, Time Largest Margin of Victory Largest Margin of Defeat Largest Crowd, Hadlock Field Largest Crowd, Home Largest Crowd, Road Largest Deficit Overcome in Win Largest Lead Surrendered in Loss Comeback Wins * - Team Record 7 4 5 4 2 1 2 6 3 10 3 4 2 16 21 11 5 8 8 11 8.0 5.0 0.2 13.1 3 3 6 7 3 6 6 10 3:41 3:41 1:54* 10 11 7,368 14,515 8,637 8 6 25 Jeremy Hazelbaker, 6-1 at New Britain Alex Hassan, 8-9 vs. Akron (T) Will Middlebrooks, 7-5 at Binghamton #2 2x, last, Middlebrooks, 7-5 at Binghamton #2 23x, last; Mark Wagner, 9-2 vs. New Hampshire 23x, last; Mitch Dening, 9-4 vs. New Hampshire 9x, last; Jeremy Hazelbaker, 8-25 at Reading Jeremy Hazelbaker, 7-11 at New Hampshire 3x, last; Jeff Howell, 8-25 vs. Harrisburg 3x, last; Jeremy Hazelbaker, 8-25 at Reading 4x; Tim Federowicz, 7-4 at Binghamton Jon Hee, 5-5 at Trenton 6x, last; Jeremy Hazelbaker, 8-27 at Reading #1 Chih-Hsien Chiang, July 15-current Chih-Hsien Chiang, May 27-June 17 Brock Huntzinger, 8-21 vs. Binghamton 6x, last; Caleb Clay, 8-3 at Bowie 3x, last; Caleb Clay, 7-25 at Binghamton 2x, last; Stolmy Pimentel, 6-1 at New Britain Stephen Fife, 5-28 vs. Trenton #1 Charlie Haeger, 8-30 at Harrisburg Jeremy Kehrt, 7-15 at New Britain Junichi Tazawa, 6-27 vs. New Britain Blake Maxwell, April 20-June 17 2x, last; Stephen Fife, June 7-19 4x, last; Matt Rusch, August 18-current June 1-7 August 18-24 2x, last; June 28-30 June 1-14 August 19-24 (T) May 11-31 6-1 at New Britain 2x, last; 8-20 vs. Binghamton 5-13 at New Britain 3x, last; 7-24 at New Hampshire 2x, last; 9-3 vs. New Hampshire (T) 4x, Last: 7-28 vs. Altoona 8-20 vs. Binghamton (Fenway Park) 9-1 at Harrisburg (Metro Bank Park Record) 6-1 at New Britain 8-2 at Bowie #1 Last; 8-27 at Reading #2 L – League Record

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2011 Day-by-Day
DATE OPP. RESULT 4/7 vs.REA W,4-3 4/8 vs.REA L, 5-7 4/9 vs.REA L, 5-13 4/10 vs.REA W, 4-6 4/11 vs.TRE L, 2-3(10) 4/12 vs.TRE W, 7-0 4/13 vs.TRE 4/14 @NBR L, 2-6 4/15 @NBR L, 1-2 4/16 @NBR 4/17 @NBR W, 11-6 4/18 @BNG L, 5-6 4/19 @BNG 4/20 @BNG L, 3-5 4/21 vs.NBR W, 5-1 4/22 vs.NBR L, 7-9 4/23 vs.NBR 4/24 OFF DAY 4/25 vs.BNG L, 3-6 4/26 vs.BNG W, 8-2 4/27 vs.BNG W, 9-4(7) 4/28 vs.BNG W, 12-5 4/29 @REA L, 0-2 4/30 @REA L, 2-5 5/1 @REA L, 2-3 5/2 @TRE L, 3-5 5/3 @TRE W, 5-2 5/4 @TRE L, 1-7 5/5 @TRE L, 7-8(11) 5/6 vs.NBR L, 7-10 5/7 vs.NBR W, 15-7 5/8 vs.NBR L, 1-4 5/9 @NHF L, 0-1 5/10 @NHF W, 3-0 5/11 @NHF L, 0-3 5/12 @NBR L, 9-10 5/13 @NBR L, 0-2 5/14 @NBR 1 L, 3-6 (7) 5/14 @NBR 2 L, 0-4 (7) 5/15 @NBR 5/16 OFF DAY 5/17 vs.REA W, 14-4 5/18 vs.REA L, 3-13 5/19 vs.REA 5/20 @TRE L, 1-3 5/21 @TRE L, 3-4 5/22 @TRE L, 1-6 5/23 vs.NHF W, 7-3 5/24 vs.NHF L, 3-8 5/25 vs.NHF L, 1-2 5/26 vs.NHF L, 7-13 5/27 vs.TRE L, 2-4 (7) 5/28 vs.TRE 1 L, 7-8 (7) 5/28 vs.TRE 2 W, 7-5 (7) 5/29 vs.TRE L, 2-5 5/30 vs.TRE L, 4-6 5/31 @NBR 1 L, 0-2 (7) 5/31 @NBR 2 L, 3-5 (7) 6/1 @NBR W, 18-9 6/2 @NBR W, 1-0 6/3 @ALT W, 7-2 6/4 @ALT W, 4-0 6/5 @ALT W, 12-4 6/6 6/7 vs.RIC W, 6-0 6/8 vs.RIC L, 3-9 6/9 vs.RIC L, 2-7 6/10 vs. BOW L, 2-7 6/11 vs. BOW 6/12 vs.BOW 1 L, 7-10 (7) 6/12 vs.BOW 2 6/13 6/14 @ERI W, 5-4 6/15 @ERI L, 3-11 6/16 @ERI L,4-6 6/17 @AKR W, 4-3 6/18 @AKR L, 4-9 6/19 @AKR W, 7-2 6/20 6/21 vs.TRE W, 13-5 WINNER LOSER SAVE Wilson (1-0) Zeid (0-1) Maxwell (1) Hyatt (1-0) Huntzinger (0-1) Edell (1-0) Pimentel (0-1) Cisco (1) Fife (1-0) Kissock (0-1) Maxwell (2) Hernadez (1-0) Luis (0-1) Okamoto (1) Wilson (2-0) Garrison (0-1) Kehrt (1) POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN DOUBLEHEADER ON 5-28 Lanigan (1-1) Huntzinger (0-2) Devries (1) Robertson (1-0) Maxwell (0-1) POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN DOUBLEHEADER ON 5-13 Fife (2-0) Hendriks (0-1) Brooks (1-1) Lee (0-1) Lujan (3) POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN DOUBLEHEADER ON 7-5 Cohoon (1-0) Wilson (2-1) Turgeon (1) Huntzinger (1-2) Lanigan (1-2) Arias (1-0) Pimentel (0-2) Robertson (3) POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN DOUBLEHEADER ON 6-28 Moore (1-0) Fife (2-1) Lee (1-1) Cohoon (1-1) Huntzinger (2-2) Holt (0-1) Wilson (3-1) Carson (1-3) Zeid (1-1) Pimentel (0-3) Aumont (1) Ramirez (4-0) Fife (2-2) De Fratus (2) Hyatt (3-1) Lee (1-2) De Fratus (3) Heyer (2-2) Huntzinger (2-3) Hernadez (3) Wilson (4-1) Garrison (0-4) Maxwell (3) Betances (1-1) Pimentel (0-4) Hernadez (2-2) Ferandes (0-1) Tarsi (1-0) Garrison (0-1) DeVries (7) Luis (1-1) Guerra (2-4) Lanigan (3-2) Clay (0-1) Robertson (4) Hinckley (1-0) Portice (0-1) Fife (3-2) LaMura (2-2) Hottovy (1) Carreno (1-3) Lee (1-3) Farina (5) Steedley (2-1) Huntzinger (2-4) DeVries (8) Lanigan (4-2) Wilson (4-2) Stevens (2) Guerra (3-4) Pimentel (0-5) Mullins (1-0) Gonzalez (0-1) POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN DOUBLE HEADER ON 5-31 ATT. 5,085 3,058 4,036 4,733 2,701 3,225 6,684 4,781 4,628 1,097 1,139 3,499 6,026 3,680 3,690 3,243 2,873 6,152 8,012 6,112 3,395 5,542 3,510 4,390 5,015 6,031 5,614 6,082 3,750 5,504 4,591 7,298 6,070 TIME 2:26 2:51 3:00 2:15 3:22 2:30 2:25 2:27 2:59 2:44 2:19 2:37 3:14 3:04 2:26 2:20 3:00 2:10 3:08 2:38 2:41 2:52 2:24 3:49 3:14 3:09 2:27 2:19 2:32 2:07 3:12 1:54 1:58 1:53 3:37 2:50 2:30 3:10 2:54 2;57 2:43 2:22 3:12 2:17 2:23 2:09 2:26 2:49 1:46 2:08 3:41 2:44 2:53 2:22 2:53 2:35 2:59 2:26 2:59 2:16 2:49 2:47 2:44 2:46 2:56 2:43 3:36 REC. 1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 3-3 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-5 4-5 4-6 4-6 4-7 5-7 5-8 5-8 5-9 6-9 7-9 8-9 8-10 8-11 8-12 8-13 9-13 9-14 9-15 9-16 10-16 10-17 10-18 11-18 11-19 11-20 11-21 11-22 11-23 11-23 12-23 12-24 12-24 12-25 12-26 12-27 13-27 13-28 13-29 13-30 13-31 13-32 14-32 14-33 14-34 14-35 14-36 15-36 16-36 17-36 18-36 19-36 20-36 20-37 20-38 20-39 20-39 20-40 21-40 21-41 21-42 22-42 22-43 23-43 GB ---- 1st ---- 1st 1.0 4th 1.0 2nd 1.0 4th 1.0 3rd 1.5 3rd 2.5 4th 3.5 4th 3.5 4th 3.0 4th 3.0 5th 3.5 5th 4.0 6th 3.0 5th 4.0 5th 4.5 5th 5.0 6th 3.5 5th 3.5 4th 3.5 4th 4.5 4th 5.5 5th 6.5 5th 6.5 5th 5.5 5th 6.0 5th 6.0 6th 7.0 6th 7.0 6th 8.0 6th 8.0 6th 7.0 6th 8.0 6th 8.5 6th 9.0 6th 9.5 6th 10.5 6th 10.5 6th 10.5 6th 11.0 6th 11.5 6th 12.5 6th 13.0 6th 13.5 6th 12.5 6th 13.5 6th 14.5 6th 15.5 6th 16.5 6th 17.0 6th 17.0 6th 18.0 6th 19.0 6th 19.5 6th 19.5 6th 18.5 6th 18.5 6th 17.5 6th 16.5 6th 15.5 5th 14.5 5th 15.0 5th 15.5 5th 16.5 5th 16.0 5th 16.5 5th 16.5 5th 16.5 5th 17.0 5th 17.0 5th 18.0 6th 17.0 5th

Fife (4-2) Hyatt (5-2) 3,287 Brummett (2-1) Cabral (0-1) 3,585 POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN DOUBLE HEADER ON 8-17 Betances (3-1) Wilson (4-2) Schmidt (2) 5,863 Hernadez (4-2) Garrison (0-2) 7,394 Arbiso (3-1) Pimentel (0-6) Schmidt (3) 5,133 Fife (5-2) Stewart (3-3) 4,504 Gonzalez (6-1) Lee (1-4) 3,971 Alvarez (2-0) Cabral (0-2) Farina (6) 5,408 LaMura (3-3) Gonzalez (0-2) 4,535 Banuelos (2-0) Pimentel (0-7) Duff (1) 4,512 Arias (2-0) Fife (5-3) Schmidt (5) Portice (1-1) Arbiso (3-2) 7,368 Hall (4-3) Cabral (0-3) Norton (4) 7,368 Hernandez (5-2) Fernandes (0-2) Schmidt (6) 5,279 Jacobson (2-0) Balcom-Miller (0-1) Robertson (6) Davis (1-1) Gonzalez (0-3) Tarsi (1) 5,082 Cabral (1-3) Pugh (0-1) Fernandes (1) 4,487 Huntzinger (3-4) Hirschfeld (3-3) Maxwell (4) 7,315 Kehrt (1-0) Hughes (3-3) 4,124 Wilson (5-3) Colla (4-2) 4,400 Balcom-Miller (1-1) Pribanic (5-3) 6,193 OFF DAY Fife (6-3) Tanner (1-6) 4,050 Verdugp (4-1) Cabral (1-4) 4,473 Surkamp (4-3) Wilson (5-4) 4,180 Spoone (1-3) Balcom-Miller Viola (1) 5,168 POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN DOUBLE HEADER ON 6-12 Ballard (1-0) Pimentel (0-8) Bascom (1) 6,133 POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN DOUBLE HEADER ON 8-2 OFF DAY Fife (7-3) Waite (2-2) Maxwell (5) 2,869 Turner (2-1) Huntzinger (3-5) 3,875 Waite (3-2) Portice (1-2) Wood (2) 2,361 Garrison (1-2) Adams (0-2) Maxwell (6) 6,319 Espino (4-0) Clay (0-2) 3,196 Fife (8-3) De La Cruz (4-4) 3,650 OFF DAY Huntzinger (4-5) Betances (3-3) 4,901

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DATE OPP. RESULT 6/22 vs.TRE W, 11-4 6/23 vs.TRE L, 2-6 6/24 @NHF L, 3-4 6/25 @NHF L, 5-9 6/26 @NHF L, 3-7 6/27 vs.NBR L, 5-15 6/28 vs.NBR 1 L, 1-2 (9) 6/28 vs.NBR 2 W, 12-5 (7) 6/29 vs.NBR W, 4-3 6/30 vs.NHF W, 10-6 7/1 vs.NHF L, 2-6 7/2 vs.NHF W, 8-4 7/3 vs.NHF W, 5-2 7/4 @BNG L, 6-7 7/5 @BNG 1 W, 6-3 (7) 7/5 @BNG 2 W, 15-5 (7) 7/6 @BNG W, 7-0 (6) 7/7 @BNG L, 4-10 7/8 @NHF W, 8-3 7/9 @NHF W, 6-7 (12) 7/10 @NHF L, 4-5 7/11 @NHF W, 9-5 7/12 OFF DAY 7-13 E.L. ASG 7/14 vs.NBR L, 4-5 7/15 vs.NBR W, 10-6 7/16 vs.NBR L, 4-5 7/17 vs.NBR L, 7-9 7/18 vs.BNG W, 7-4 7/19 vs.BNG L, 2-7 7/20 vs.BNG W, 10-9 7/21 @NHF W, 6-2 7/22 @NHF L, 1-2 7/23 @NHF W, 3-2 7/24 @NHF W, 11-1 7/25 @BNG L, 2-13 7/26 @BNG W, 4-2 7/27 @BNG W, 5-2 7/28 vs.ALT L, 4-7 7/29 vs.ALT W, 6-2 (6) 7/30 vs.ALT L, 1-5 7/31 vs.ALT W, 8-5 8/1 OFF DAY 8/2 @BOW 1 L, 6-7 (8) 8/2 @BOW 2 L, 4-5 8/3 @BOW W, 8-6 8/4 @BOW W, 3-2 8/5 @RIC L, 0-5 8/6 @RIC L, 5-7 8/7 @RIC W, 7-1 8/8 OFF DAY 8/9 vs.AKR W, 9-2 8/10 vs.AKR L, 0-3 8/11 vs.AKR L, 5-13 8/12 vs.ERI L, 2-6 8/13 vs.ERI W, 8-4 8/14 vs.ERI W, 9-5 8/15 OFF DAY 8/16 @REA L, 4-7 8/17 @REA 1 W, 5-4 (7) 8/17 @REA 2 W, 5-3 (7) 8/18 @REA L, 3-8 8/19 vs.BNG L, 1-10 8/20 vs.BNG L, 4-6(11) 8/21 vs.BNG L, 6-7 8/22 vs.HRB L, 1-4 8/23 vs.HRB L, 1-4 8/24 vs.HRB L, 3-9 8/25 @REA W, 8-4 8/26 @REA W, 4-3 8/27 @REA 1 L, 2-6 (7) 8/27 @REA 2 W, 4-2 (7) 8/28 @REA 8/29 @HRB W, 4-2 8/30 @HRB W, 4-1 8/31 @HRB L, 1-2 9/1 @HRB L, 0-10 9/2 vs.NHF W, 6-5 9/3 vs.NHF L, 0-11 9/4 vs.NHF L, 0-7 9/5 vs.NHF L, 3-8 WINNER Wilson (6-4) Banuelos (3-1) Daly (3-0) Uviedo (2-2) Carreno (6-5) Hirschfeld (5-4) Guerra (5-6) Clay (1-3) Maxwell (1-1) Fife (9-3) Carreno (7-5) Tazawa (1-1) Wilson (7-4) Familia (1-2) Fife (10-3) Portice (2-3) Huntzinger (5-7) Moore (6-7) Wilson (8-4) Daly (4-0) Korecky (3-1) Doubront (1-0) Western 8 Albers (1-0) Portice (3-4) Steedley (3-2) Albers (4-0) Cabral (2-4) Moore (7-7) Maxwell (2-2) Balcom-Miller (2-4) Stewart (5-5) Maxwell (3-2) Rosario (1-0) Carson (3-8) Fernandes (1-4) Fife (11-4) McSwain (2-0) Haeger (1-0) McPherson (5-3) Tazawa (2-2) Gambino (4-1) Rivero (2-2) Fields (1-0) Tazawa (3-2) Maday (3-10) Tanner (5-8) Wilson (9-4) Haeger (2-0) Espino (6-0) McFarland (9-6) Gagnier (4-5) Fernandes (2-4) Fields (2-0) LOSER Horne (0-1) Balcom-Miller (1-3) Clay (0-3) Portice (1-3) Huntzinger (4-6) Tazawa (0-1) Fernandes (0-3) Stevens (1-3) Pugh (0-2) Ray (0-2) Huntzinger (4-7) Alvarez (4-4) Stewart (4-4) Balcom-Miller (1-4) McHugh (1-2) Brooks (2-7) Harvey (0-2) Pimentel (0-9) Stewart (4-5) Maxwell (1-2) Portice (2-4) Carreno (7-6) Eastern 3 Tazawa (1-2) Guerra (5-7) Fernandes (0-4) Portice (3-4) Holt (4-7) Lee (1-5) Lujan (0-3) Beck (7-4) Fife (10-4) Pino (2-5) Jenkins (2-4) Huntzinger (5-8) Egbert (0-1) Stoner (4-5) Portice (3-6) Colla (4-8) Huntzinger (5-9) Pribanic (7-9) Maxwell (3-3) Portice (3-7) Cooney (2-1) Egan (0-2) Balcom-Miller (2-5) Lee (1-6) Fitzgerald (8-6) Packer (5-11) Huntzinger (5-10) Balcom-Miller (2-6) Gonzalez (0-4) Brown (2-8) Stohr (0-1) SAVE Korecky (5) ATT. 5,107 5,013 6,813 7,476 8,121 4,285 4,327 5,080 5,160 5,152 6,266 7,368 5,995 TIME 3:09 3:14 2:45 2:51 2:46 3:11 2:41 2:18 2:55 2:53 2:41 2:49 2:29 3:13 2:16 3:03 2:11 2:55 2:57 3:41 2:38 3:09 3:04 3:14 2:55 3:35 3:04 2:52 3:22 2:48 2:25 2:59 2:57 2:56 2:53 2:38 3:04 2:05 2:57 3:15 3:02 2:07 3:31 3:09 2:46 2:51 2:50 2:40 3:33 3:16 2:58 3:21 3:09 3:04 2:38 2:22 3:02 2:54 3:41 3:05 2:35 2:37 3:16 3:30 3:18 2:19 2:30 3:12 2:41 2:30 2:32 3:02 2:47 2:21 2:35 REC. GB 25-43 17.5 5th 25-44 17.5 5th 25-45 18.5 6th 25-46 19.5 6th 25-47 20.5 6th 25-48 20.5 6th 26-49 21.0 6th 26-49 20.0 6th 27-49 19.0 6th 28-49 18.0 6th 28-50 19.0 6th 29-50 18.0 5th 30-50 17.0 5th 30-51 18.0 5th 31-51 17.5 5th 32-51 17.5 5th 33-51 17.0 5th 33-52 16.5 5th 34-52 15.5 5th 34-53 16.5 5th 35-54 17.5 5th 35-54 16.5 5th 35-55 17.0 6th 36-55 17.0 5th 36-56 17.0 6th 36-57 17.0 6th 37-57 16.0 6th 37-58 16.0 6th 38-58 16.0 6th 39-58 15.0 6th 39-59 16.0 6th 40-59 15.0 5th 41-59 14.0 5th 41-60 14.0 6th 42-60 14.0 5th 43-60 13.5 5th 43-61 13.5 5th 44-61 13.0 5th 44-62 14.5 5th 45-62 13.5 5th 45-63 14.0 5th 45-64 15.0 5th 46-64 15.0 5th 47-64 15.0 5th 47-65 16.0 5th 47-66 16.0 5th 48-66 15.0 5th 49-66 14.0 5th 49-67 15.0 5th 49-68 16.0 5th 49-69 17.0 5th 50-69 17.0 5th 51-69 16.0 5th 51-70 16.0 6th 52-70 15.0 5th 53-70 15.0 5th 53-71 16.0 5th 53-72 16.0 6th 53-73 16.0 6th 53-74 16.0 6th 53-75 16.0 6th 53-76 17.0 6th 53-77 18.0 6th 54-77 17.0 6th 55-77 16.0 6th 55-78 15.5 6th 56-78 15.5 6th 57-78 15.0 6th 58-78 15.0 6th 58-79 15.0 6th 58-80 16.0 6th 59-80 15.0 6th 59-81 16.0 6th 59-82 17.0 6th 59-83 18.0 6th

Robertson (9)

Maxwell (7) Cruz (4) Maxwell (8)

2,049 2,042 5,449 5,732 8,417 6,382 Fernandes (2) 6,938

Robertson (10)7,100 5,829 Schuld (1) 7,368 5,890 Maxwell (9) 5,059 6,012 6,809 7,021 Korecky (9) 5,564 7,522 6,902 3,926 Maxwell (10) 3,453 Maxwell (11) 3,670 Dubee (6) 7,368 5,021 7,242 6,781 1,997 1,869 2,510 7,205 Hembree (12) 7,397 7,413 Burns (31) Marte (2) 6,811 5,122 6,584 6,421 7,047 5,830 6,791 5,316 5,488 7,137 14,515 6,568 6,372 7,368 6,225 7,562 9,517 8,840 3,187 3,540 3,537 8,637 5,991 6,594 6,608 4,763 Cooney (9) Cabral (1)

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June 1992: Dan Burke, President and CEO for Capital Cities/ABC, files an application with the Eastern League to establish a franchise in Portland. Burke is one of 13 applicants for the two new Double-A teams as a result of the National League’s expansion. July 7, 1992: The Portland City Council votes 8-1 to support Burke’s effort to bring professional baseball to Portland. September 2, 1992: The Double-A expansion committee announces that Portland is one of four finalists to land one of the two franchises. October 1, 1992: Members of the expansion committee visit Portland. After a day of music, bus tours, balloons,and a tour of Hadlock Field, they depart visibly impressed with the city and its support for a team. Late into the night, the time-and-temperature sign above Congress Street flashes “PLAY BALL!” October 4, 1992: Portland and New Haven, CT are selected as the sites for the two new teams. October 20, 1992: Burke hires Charlie Eshbach, President of the Eastern League, to be President and General Manager of the Portland franchise. March 25, 1993: Portland’s new team is named the “Sea Dogs.” The name was selected from over 600 entries in a “Name the Team” contest. The logo quickly becomes one of the most popular in Minor League baseball. May 3, 1993: The Florida Marlins are announced as the Major League affiliate for the Sea Dogs. May 21, 1993: Ground-breaking ceremonies are held at Hadlock Field to upgrade the facility to Double-A standards. September 16, 1993: Carlos Tosca is named the first manager of the Portland Sea Dogs. February 26, 1994: Fans camp out overnight in 12 degree temperatures to purchase Sea Dogs tickets. The home opener sells out within hours. April 5, 1994: The Slugger Statue is unveiled at Hadlock Field. April 7, 1994: The Sea Dogs play their first game. Charles Johnson’s 14th inning home run gives Portland a dramatic 2-1 victory over the Reading Phillies in Reading, PA. April 18, 1994: The Sea Dogs play their first game in Portland. Kathie Lee Gifford sings the National Anthem. Frank Gifford throws out the ceremonial first pitch. The Sea Dogs are defeated by the Albany-Colonie Yankees 7-6. May 6, 1994: Hadlock Field is formally dedicated. May 7, 1994: Slugger the Sea Dog makes his first appearance and quickly becomes one of the most popular mascots in the state. September 2, 1994: ESPN is prepared to televise the Sea Dogs with Peter Gammons and Jon Miller due to the Major League strike, but the game is cancelled due to rain. Sea Dogs establish a new all-time Eastern League attendance record as 375,197 fans come out to Hadlock Field. December 1994: Sea Dogs President and General Manager Charlie Eshbach is named Eastern League Executive of the Year. July 6, 1995: The Florida Marlins extend their affiliation with the Sea Dogs for an additional two years, extending their Player Development Contract through the 1998 season. September 1995: The Sea Dogs win the Eastern League Northern Division and advance to the playoffs for the first time. Fans camp out overnight to get playoff tickets. Portland is defeated by New Haven in the first round of the playoffs. The Sea Dogs establish a new attendance record as 429,763 fans watch Sea Dogs baseball in 1995. June 6, 1996: Livan Hernandez makes his first appearance for the Sea Dogs. A year later, he is named World Series MVP for the Florida Marlins. June 29, 1996: The Sea Dogs welcome the One Millionth Fan in franchise history. September 11, 1996: The Sea Dogs lose the deciding game of the Eastern League Championship Series at Hadlock Field to the Harrisburg Senators as thousands of fans stand for the entire last half of the ninth inning, applauding the team’s season and effort. August 15, 1997: Wearing 1926 Portland Eskimo replica flannel uniforms, the Sea Dogs emerge from a cornfield in centerfield, making their first ever “Field of Dreams” entrance. The event would become an annual fan favorite event. September 1997: The Sea Dogs win their third straight Northern Division title. Once again the Sea Dogs advance to the Eastern League Championship Series but are defeated by the Harrisburg Senators. For the first time in Minor League Baseball history, five teammates hit 20 or more home runs: Kevin Millar, Ryan Jackson, John Roskos, Mark Kotsay, and Josh Booty.

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August 20, 1998: The Florida Marlins extend their affiliation with the Sea Dogs for another two years, keeping the affiliation intact through the 2000 season. September 6, 1998: The Two Millionth Fan in franchise history is welcomed to Hadlock Field. August 8, 1999: After a three and a half hour rain delay at Hadlock Field, pitchers Brad Penny and Luis Arroyo combine to toss the first no-hitter in franchise history. November 15, 1999: Baseball America selects the Portland Sea Dogs as the winner of the 1999 Double-A Bob Freitas Award. The award is given to recognize sustained excellence in all aspects of the operation, including success at the gate, on the field, and the high caliber of front officepersonnel. June 29, 2000: The Sea Dogs host their major league affiliate, the Florida Marlins, in an exhibition game at Hadlock Field in front of 6,910 fans, the largest crowd in franchise history at the time. The Sea Dogs defeat the Marlins 9-2. April 9, 2001: The Skybox closest to City Hall is renamed the Ganley Box in honor of the Portland CityManager Bob Ganley, who passed away during the off-season. Ganley was instrumental in bringing the Sea Dogs to Portland. His son throws out the ceremonial first-pitch. June 16, 2001: Josh Beckett makes his Double-A debut striking out eight out of the first nine batters he faces in front of a capacity crowd that includes Marlins owner John Henry. July 25, 2001: The Sea Dogs Three Millionth Fan in franchise history is welcomed to Hadlock Field. August 13, 2001: Josh Beckett and relievers Brandon Bowe and Aaron Scheffer combine to toss a no-hitter against the Binghamton Mets in Binghamton. It is the second no-hitter in team history. September 17, 2001: Josh Beckett is named Baseball America’s Minor League Player of the Year. September 18, 2002: The Sea Dogs end their nine year affiliation with the Florida Marlins. Portland begins a new affiliation with the Boston Red Sox. Team colors are changed from teal to Red Sox blue and red. All of the skyboxes at Hadlock Field are renamed in honor of Red Sox greats. October 28, 2002: Construction begins on a likeness of Fenway’s Green Monster in left field. Later nicknamed the Maine Monster, the wall, like it’s counterpart in Boston, is 37 feet high and is complete with Coke Bottle and Citgo Sign. April 10, 2003: After the entire first week of the season is postponed due to snow, the Sea Dogs finally play their first game as a Boston Red Sox affiliate. Portland lost the game 4-1 to theTrenton Thunder, the new affiliate of the New York Yankees. September 2003: The Sea Dogs average a franchise record 6,231 fans per game in 2003. December 4, 2003: The Sea Dogs announce that they will be installing a video board at Hadlock Field for the 2004 season. The video board is named the Ford Board. April 30, 2004: The Sea Dogs welcome the Four Millionth Fan in franchise history. May 14, 2004: The Boston Red Sox announce that they are extending their affiliation with the Sea Dogs for another four years. August 2, 2004: Red Sox top ranked prospect Hanley Ramirez is promoted to the Sea Dogs. August 26, 2004: The Eastern League announces that the Portland Sea Dogs have been selected to host the 2005 Eastern League All-Star Game. September 2004: The Sea Dogs break their all-time franchise attendance record as 434,684 fans come to Hadlock in 2004, surpassing the previous record of 429,763 set in 1995. December 17, 2004: Thousands of fans arrive at Hadlock Field to view the 2004 World Series trophy. July 13, 2005: The Sea Dogs host the 2005 Eastern League All-Star Game. Former President George W. Bush throws out the ceremonial first pitch. A record seven Sea Dogs are selected to the All-Star team and play a key role in the Northern Division’s victory. September 2005: The Sea Dogs win the Eastern League Northern Division and qualify for the playoffs for the first time in eight years. Portland defeats the Trenton Thunder three games to two in the first round of the playoffs to advance to the Eastern League Championship Series. Akron defeats the Sea Dogs three games to one in the championship. Sea Dogs average a franchise record 6,290 fans per game.

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October 3, 2005: Sea Dogs announce plans to expand Hadlock Field. 390 seats will be added above the home bullpen in right field. The seats will be pub-style similar to the “Monster Seats” at Fenway Park. The new seating area will be called the U.S. Cellular Pavilion. October 20, 2005: A new playing surface is installed at Hadlock Field. July 3, 2006: The Sea Dogs welcome their Five millionth fan in franchise history. September, 2006: The Sea Dogs set another attendance record, averaging a franchise record 6,358 fans per game in 2006. September 17, 2006: The Sea Dogs capture their first Eastern League Championship defeating the Akron Aeros three games to two. It is the state of Maine’s first professional baseball championship in 91 years. April 5, 2007: A foot of snow falls on Hadlock Field forcing the postponement of the Sea Dogs opener against the Connecticut Defenders. April 9, 2007: The Sea Dogs present the American Baseball Family Group, a bronze monument to the City of Portland. May 23, 2007: The Sea Dogs face Roger Clemens at Trenton, New Jersey as he prepares to make his return to the Yankees. June 18, 2007: The City of Portland grants the Sea Dogs a 20-year lease extension, paving the way to the construction of a new clubhouse. July 2, 2007: The Boston Red Sox extend their affiliation with the Sea Dogs for an additional four years, through the end of the 2012 season. August 11, 2007: The Sea Dogs play at Fenway Park in front of a combined crowd of 34,746. Portland wins 12-11 on a walk-off double by Jay Johnson. September 1, 2007: Clay Buchholz who spent most of the season with the Sea Dogs throws a no-hitter for the Boston Red Sox against the Baltimore Orioles at Fenway Park. Buchholz becomes the first Red Sox rookie to throw a no-hitter. September 4, 2007: The Sea Dogs clinch their third straight playoff appearance by defeating the New Hampshire Fisher Cats in a one-game playoff at Hadlock Field. September 10, 2007: For the fifth consecutive year, the Porltand Sea Dogs establish a franchise record in attendance at Hadlock Field, averaging 6,483 fans per game. October 28, 2007: Seven former Sea Dogs play key roles in helping the Red Sox win their second World Series in four years; Beckett, Delcarmen, Ellsbury, Lester, Papelbon, Pedroia, and Youkilis. April 16, 2008: The Portland Sea Dogs defeat the Connecticut Defenders 8-7 in a game that took 17 innings and 5 hours and 41 minutes to complete making it the longest game in franchise history. Also adding to the historical significance to the game, Sea Dogs’ outfielder Jay Johnson not only delivered the game winning hit in the bottom of the 17th inning, but also pitched two scoreless innings to earned the win. It is believed the Johnson is the first position player in Minor League Baseball history to deliver the game winning hit and be the winning pitcher. July 21-23, 2008: Boston Red Sox Slugger David Ortiz is assigned to the Portland Sea Dogs to rehab an injured wrist. August 25, 2008: Clay Buchholz makes his first start with the Sea Dogs after being sent down from Boston. Buchholz ironically returns to the Sea Dogs on Clay Buchholz bobblehead doll night commemorating his 2007 no-hitter against Baltimore. August 28, 2008: The Sea Dogs welcome the 6 Millionth Fan in franchise history. August 31, 2008: The Sea Dogs clinch their fourth straight playoff berth, the longest streak in team history. August 8, 2009: Sea Dogs return to Fenway Park as part of the Futures at Fenway event. Jason Place accounts for all three RBI in a 3-2 Sea Dogs victory over Harrisburg, including a two-run homer over the Green Monster in the second inning. Portland is now a perfect 2-0 at Fenway. September 13, 2010: Geoff Iacuessa is named the new Sea Dogs General Manager. Charlie Eshbach stays on as the team President. Bill Burke is named Chairman and Sally McNamara Treasurer. January 21, 2011: Red Sox and Sea Dogs extend Player Development Contract through the 2014 season. July 1, 2012: The Sea Dogs welcome the 7 Millionth Fan in franchise history. October 26, 2012: Sea Dogs Founder and Owner Dan Burke dies.

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Game Home Game All-Star Game Pitch Hit Hit @ Hadlock Run Run @ Hadlock Home Run Home Run @ Hadlock Strikeout (pitching) Win Loss Home Win Home Loss Series Win Series Sweep Extra Inning Game Complete Game Shutout 1-0 Win 1-0 Loss Last at-bat Win Batting Around Multi-HR Inning Rainout (home) Rainout (away) Doubleheader April 7, 1994 @ Reading April 18, 1994 vs. Albany July 13, 2005 7:22 pm on 4/7/94 @ Reading Jesus Tavarez, April 7, 1994 @Reading, single 1st Inning Ramon Martinez, April 18, 1994, single 1st Inning vs. Albany Terry Jorgensen, April 7, 1994 @ Reading 3rd Inning Ramon Martinez, April 18, 1994, 1st Inning vs. Albany Charles Johnson, April 7, 1994 @ Reading, 14th Inning Rick Hirtensteiner, April 18, 1994, 2nd Inning vs. Albany Javier De La Hoya, April 7, 1994 @ Reading April 7, 1994 @ Reading 2-1 April 10, 1994 @ Reading 13-4 April 20, 1994 vs. Albany 9-4 April 18, 1994 vs. Albany 7-6 4/7-4/10/94 @ Reading (3-1) 5/6-5/7/94 vs. Reading (2-0) April 7, 1994 @ Reading (2-1 win in 14 innings) April 12, 1994, Javier De La Hoya, 1-0 loss to Canton May 9, 1994, Joel Adamson, 12-0 victory over New Britain August 9, 1994 @ Canton (Stan Spencer, Tom McGraw, Don Perigny; 4-hitter) April 12, 1994 @ Canton (Carter; 3-hitter) April 26, 1994 @ Binghamton, 1 run top of the 11th, 3-2 win April 23, 1994 vs. Harrisburg July 19, 1994 vs. Trenton, Jesus Tavarez & Chris Sheff off Rich Kelley in the 4th May 8, 1994 vs. Reading April 11, 1994 @ Canton April 12, 1994 @ Canton (1-0 loss & 13-1 loss)

Inaugural Game: April 7, 1994 R H E Portland Sea Dogs 2 11 4 Reading Phillies 1 10 1 14 innings Winning Pitcher: Don Perigny Losing Pitcher: Eric Hill Save: Vic Darensbourg Opening Day Hadlock Field: April 18, 1994 R H E Albany-Colonie Yankees 7 10 2 Portland Sea Dogs 6 11 0 Winning Pitcher: John Sutherland Losing Pitcher: Don Lemon Save: Andy Croghan

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Sea Dogs Complete Game (7): Opponets Complete Game (7): Sea Dogs Complete Game (9): Opponent Complete Game (9): Sea Dogs Shutout: Opponent Shutout: 1-0 Win: 0-1 Loss: Scored 10 Runs in a Game: Allowed 10 Runs in a Game: Sea Dogs No-Hitter: Opponent No-Hitter: Sea Dogs Hit for the Cycle: Sea Dogs Grand Slam: Opponent Grand Slam: Sea Dogs Three Homer Game: Opponent Three Homer Game: Sea Dogs HR, Leadoff Game: Opponent HR, Leadoff Game: Sea Dogs PH Homer: Sea Dogs Back-to-Back Home runs: Sea Dogs Five-Hit Game: Opponent Five-Hit Game: Doubleheader Sweep, Home: Doubleheader Sweep, Road: Doubleheader Loss, Home: Doubleheader Loss, Road: Three Game Sweep, Home: Three Game Sweep, Road: Four Game Sweep, Home: Four Game Sweep, Road: Five Game Sweep, Home: Six Game Sweep, Road: Opp. Three Game Sweep, Home: Opp. Three Game Sweep, Road: Opp. Four Game Sweep, Home: Opp. Four Game Sweep, Road: Opp. Five Game Sweep, Road: Charlie Haeger 7/29/11 vs. Altoona Curve Chris Schwinden 7/2/10 @ Binghamton Mets Charlie Zink 6/19/07 @ Connecticut Defenders Brooks Brown 6/17/10 vs. Erie Sea Wolves 6/7/11 vs Richmond Flying Squirrels (6-0) Win 9/4/11 vs. New Hampshire Fisher Cats (0-7) Loss 6/2/11 @ New Britain Rock Cats 5/9/11 @ New Hampshire Fisher Cats 7/24/11 @ New Hampshire Fisher Cats (11-1) Win 9/3/11 @ New Hampshire Fisher Cats (0-11) Loss Miguel Pinango 7/23/06 vs. Binghamton Mets (7-inning) Cory Keylor 8/4/07 @ Harrisburg Senators Edgardo Baez 8/1/10 @ Harrisburg Randy Rigsby 7/11/02 @ New Haven Ravens Derrick Gibson 7/15/97 vs. New Haven Ravens Ryan Kalish 4/8/10 @ Reading Patrick Dobson 7/28/07 vs. Connecticut Defenders Reid Engel 7/26/09 @ New Hampshire Fisher Cats Ryan Lavarnway & Luis Exposito 8/31/10 vs. Binghamton Wll Middlebrooks 7/5/11 @ Binghamton Kirk Nieuwenhuis 4/20/10 vs. Binghamton 7/8/09 vs Binghamton Mets 8/17/2011 @ Reading Phillies 5/22/10 vs. Trenton 8/2/11 @ Bowie Baysox 4/30-4/2/10 vs. New Britain Rock Cats 6/3-6/5/11 @ Altoona Curve 9/3-9/6/10 vs. New Hampshire Fisher Cats 4/17/-4/20/08 @ Binghamton Mets 7/18-7/20/04 vs. Trenton Thunder 6/13-6/16/05 @ Harrisburg Senators 8/22-8/24/11 vs. Harrisburg Senators 6/24-6/26/11 @ New Hampshire Fisher Cats 6/30-7/3/07 vs. New Hampshire Fisher Cats 5/12-5/14/11 (5/14 DH) @ New Britain Rock Cats 8/31-9/3/07 @ New Britain Rock Cats
Chih-Hsien Chiang 6/25/11 @ New Hampshire Fisher Cats
Josh Beckett (7), Aaron Scheffer (1), Brandon Bowe (1) 8/13/01 @ Bing.

Pitchers Who Have Hit Home Runs Antonio Alfonseca 9/4/95 vs. Reading Bryan Ward 7/14/96 @ New Haven Antonio Castro 7/13/97 @ Reading Brandon Leese 8/15/98 @ Harrisburg

SEA DOGS NOTES
12-10 Win 8-7 Loss 5-4 Loss 4-2 Loss 14-8 Loss 2.0 IP 1H 0R 0ER 1SO 0BB 5-4 Loss 0.0 IP 2H 1R 1ER 0SO 0BB 12-0 Loss 1.0 IP 0H 0R 0ER 1SO 0BB 17-8 Loss 1.0 IP 0H 0R 0ER 0SO 2BB 14-3 Loss 0.2 IP 2H 1R 1ER 0SO 1BB 0-15 Loss 1.1 IP 2H 2R 2ER 0SO 5BB 2-15 Loss 1.0 IP 3H 2R 2ER 0SO 1BB 2-15 Loss 1.0 IP 2H 0R 0ER 0SO 0BB 0-15 Loss 1.0 IP 2H 1R 1ER 0SO 1BB 8-7 Win(17 IN) 2.0 IP 2H 0R 0ER 3SO 1BB 3-15 Loss 1.0 IP 2H 3R 3ER 0SO 0BB 5-8 Loss (9 IN) .01 IP 0H 0R 0ER 0SO 0BB

Position Players Who Have Pitched Chris Malinoski 4/16/94 @ Harrisburg Chris Malinoski 4/17/94 @ Harrisburg Chris Malinoski 6/16/94 @ Albany Pookie Wilson 5/27/97 vs. Norwich Raul Nieves 8/3/04 vs. Erie Raul Nieves 8/25/05 vs. Trenton David Bacani 7/3/06 vs. Trenton Dustin Kelly 7/3/06 vs. Trenton Jay Johnson 7/28/07 vs. Connecticut Jay Johnson 4/16/08 vs. Connecticut Nate Spears 4/20/10 vs. Binghamton Juan Apodaca 6/5/10 vs. Reading (2)

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INDIVIDUAL BATTING
Category Batting Ave. Games At-Bats Runs Hits Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Total Bases Slugging % Walks Strikeouts OBP Stolen Bases SB Attempts Errors April Ellsbury-.455 Kotsay/ Millar-26 Millar-111 Kotsay-33 Millar-40
Millar/Ellsbury-10

May Hastings-.443 Owens-32 Ozuna-124 Milliard-31 Milliard-42 Exposito-13 J. Ramirez-5 Several-8 Millar/Bates- 28 Owens-73 Hastings-.757 Daeges-29 Jones-36 Daeges-.556 Castillo-16 Castillo-22 Hastings-12

June Castillo-.410 Moss/ Sandberg-31 Moss-122 Moss-31 Castillo-43 Gulan-14 Castillo-7 Norton-8 Gload-28 Moss-70 Chiang-.680 Natale-27 Booty-39 Castillo-.492 J. Ramirez-19 J.Ramirez-22 Renteria/A. Gonzalez-10

July Chiang-.430 McGowan/ Sherrod-32 Garcia/ Hooper-128 Chiang-27 McGowan-47 Chiang-15 Lin/Nunez-4 Norton-11 Middlebrooks-29 Chiang-74 Norton .775 Youkilis-25 Sherrod-40 Youkilis-.541 J. Ramirez-14 Castillo-19 Martinez-12

August Tavarez-.397 Several-33 Millar/ McGowan-124 Foster-29 Millar/ Youngbauer-41
Natale/Daeges-12

September Funaro-.600 Several-7 Jimenez/ Still-30 Spears-9 Roneberg/ Jimenez-10 Roneberg-4 Renteria-4 Three tied-3 Kalish-10 Kalish-21 Pinckney-1.000 Navarro-9 Rizzo-11 Funaro-.684 Lin-4 Fulse-5 Wathan-4

H. Ramirez-5 Roskos-7 Millar-28 Millar-68 Crespo-.730 Kotsay-24 Booty-33 Crespo-.542 Castillo-10 Castillo-18 Sandberg-12

Foster/Fulse-4 Several-8 Rizzo-32 Youngbauer-68 Norton-.764 Natale-28 Dunwoody/ Rolison-37 Nava-.486 Hazelbaker-15 J. Ramirez-18 Torres/Ozuna - 11

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Category ERA Wins Losses Appearances Saves Innings Pitched Hits Allowed Runs Allowed ER Allowed BB Allowed Strikeouts HR Allowed Batters Faced Wild Pitches Hit Batsman April Larkin-0.00 Cornelius/ Vaquedano-4 Several-3
Whitten/Chavez-12

May Nelson-0.00 Ward-5 Cunnane-5 Heredia-15 Almonte-8

June Rodgers-0.00 Cunnane-5 Several-4 Pageler-13 Pageler-10 Robertson-44.0 Comer-52 Comer-38 Stevens-27 Zink-27 Buchholz-46 Comer-10 Robertson-174 Mercado-6 Weiland-6

July Scheffer-1.02 Mills-6 Several-4 McClaskey-15 Duvall/Vaughan-6 Saunders-42.0 Meadows-52 Leese-30 Smith-29 Burnett-18 Saunders-45 Vargas-10 Meadows-177 Vaquedano-7 Bump-7

August Stanifer-0.46
Maxwell/Cunnane/ Beckett-5

September Several-0.00 Maxwell-2 Leese/Clay-2 Rhoades-4 Tied-2 Billingsley-14.0 Smith-14
Smith/Wilson-10

Johnson-5 Tied-15 Duvall-10 Meadows-44.0 Several-45 Bump -30 Gabbard-25 Tied-20 Beckett-57 Knotts-10 Valdes-181 Lester-8 Tied-7

Meredith-7 Meadows-34.0 Meadows-36 Press-22 Several-16 Tied-14 Burnett-38 Cunnane-6 Meadows-147 Hansack-7 Smith-5

Adamson-42.0 Bump-53 Burgus-31 Bump-29 Zink-24 Buchholz-51 Ward-11 Adamson-170 Billingsley-8 Several-5

Wilson-10 Tied- 7 Billingsley-13 Jackson-4 Lawson-54 Several-2 Several-1

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TEAM BATTING
Category Batting Ave. Games At-Bats Runs Hits Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Total Bases Slugging % Walks Strikeouts OBP Stolen Bases SB Attempts Errors April .298 - 1997 26 - 1997 929 - 1997 187 - 1997 277 - 1997 57 - 1997 12 - 1995 40 - 1997 174 - 1997 462 - 1997 .497 - 1997 108 - 1997 194 - 2002 .373 - 1998 39 - 2002 52 - 2002 41 - 1994 May .295 - 1997 32 - 2003 1038 - 2003 186 - 1997 296 - 1997 72 - 2008 13 - 1999 51 - 1997 172 - 1997 516 - 1997 .514 - 1997 144 - 2008 233 - 2009 .375 - 2008 37 - 1996 60 - 1996 43 - 1997 June .294 - 1996 31 - 2005 1080 - 2005 168 - 2005 290 - 2005 72 - 2006 14 - 1996 33 - 1997 155 - 2005 461 - '96, '05 .476 - 2006 125 - 2001 216 - 2005 .365 - 1996 47 - 1999 57 - 1999 46 - 2000 July .295 - 1996 32 - 2003 1103 - 2003 175 - 2010 315 - 2003 76 - 2011 14 - 2001 36 - 1998 158 - 2011 486 - 2003 .453 - 1997 127 - 2000 255 - 2001 .362 - 1999 33 - '95, '01 52 - 1996 44 - '98, '02 August .276 - 2010 33 - '96, '03 1111 - 1996 167 - 2000 293 - 1996 70 - 2009 13 - 2000 32 - 2004 152 - 2000 430 - 1996 .445 - 2010 155 - 2007 251 - 1998 .358 - 2007 35 - 1996 56 - 1996 43 - 1999 September .351 - 1997 7 - '98, '09 249 - 2009 39 - 2010 65 - 2009 19 - 2004 3 - ‘11, ‘95 7 - 2009 38 - 2010 96 - 2009 .649 - 1997 50 - 2009 68 - 2009 .438 - 2000 13 - 2010 13 - 2010 9 - 2005

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Category ERA Wins Losses Saves Innings Pit. Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts Home Runs Wild Pitches Hit Batsman

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May 3.08 - 2006 19 - 2003 25 - 2011 10 - 2004 269.0 - 2003 285 - 1997 164 - 1997 140 - 2011 127 - 2010 245 - 2007 35 - '94, '97 21 - 2003 21 - 1999

June 2.95 - 1996 22 - 1996 19 - 2002 12 - '96, '98 274.2 - 2005 305 - 2000 195 - 2000 160 - 2000 120 - 2007 242 - 2005 34 - 1997 20 - 1997 16 - ‘05, ‘11

July 3.06 - 2009 17 - 2011 21 - 2002 9 - '99, '03 279.1 - 2003 313 -1997 177 - 2006 159 - 2006 119 - 1995 265 - 2001 38 - '96, '01, '06 23 - 2003 21 - 2006

August 2.15 - 2001 20 - 1996 21 - 2003 13 - 2002 288.0 - 1996 305 - 2007 170 - 1999 150 - 2004 117 - 1998 282 - 2001 42 - 1997 25 - 1998 22 - 1999

September 2.00 - 1997 5 - 2010
4 - '98, '07, ‘11

2.88 - 2008 20 - 1997 14 - '94, '02 10 - 1995
234.1 - ‘97, ‘08

3 - 1994 68.0 - 2009 65 - 2009 41 - 2011 37 - 2011 31 - 1998 57 - 2004 9 - 1998 7 - 2005 3 - '99, '09

236 - 2002 143 - 1994 120 - 1994 118 - 2002 236 - 2008 26 - '96, '04 18 - 2006 21 - 2006

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YEAR AVERAGE 1994 Terry Jorgensen 1995 Billy McMillon 1996 Kevin Millar 1997 Kevin Millar 1998 Jaime Jones 1999 Nate Rolison 2000 Todd Betts 2001 Kevin Hooper 2002 Jesus Medrano 2003 Kevin Youkilis 2004 Kenny Perez 2005 Chris Durbin 2006 Chad Spann 2007 Bryan Pritz 2008 Zach Daeges 2009 Jorge Jimenez 2010 Ray Chang 2011 Chih-Hsien Chiang YEAR HITS 1994 Terry Jorgensen 1995 Billy McMillon 1996 Todd Dunwoody 1997 Kevin Millar 1998 Bates/Garcia 1999 Julio Ramirez 2000 Pablo Ozuna 2001 Kevin Hooper 2002 Adrian Gonzalez 2003 Jeremy Owens 2004 Brett Roneberg 2005 Brandon Moss 2006 Brandon Moss 2007 Jeff Corsaletti 2008 Aaron Bates 2009 Jorge Jimenez 2010 Nate Spears 2011 Alex Hassan YEAR WINS 1994 Vic Darensbourg 1995 Matt Whisenant 1996 Tony Saunders 1997 Hector Mercado 1998 Tejera/Duncan 1999 Michael Tejara 2000 Brandon Leese 2001 Kevin Olsen 2002 Nate Robertson 2003 Kester/Stevens 2004 Abe Alvarez 2005 Jon Lester 2006 3 Players Tied 2007 Charlie Zink 2008 Michael Bowden 2009 Adam Mills 2010 Stephen Fife 2011 Stephen Fife YEAR WALKS 1994 Vic Darensbourg 1995 Reynol Mendoza 1996 Tony Saunders 1997 Hector Mercado 1998 Brent Billingsley 1999 A.J. Burnett 2000 Gary Knotts 2001 Claudio Vargas 2002 Omar Ortiz 2003 Jorge De La Rosa 2004 Charlie Zink 2005 Kason Gabbard 2006 Jose Vaquedano 2007 Hottovy/ Haigwood 2008 Kris Johnson 2009 Ryne Lawson 2010 Ryne Miller 2011 Brock Huntzinger * Led League .289 .315 .318 .342* .281 .299 .321 .308 .297 .327 .280 .282 .294 .292 .307 .289 .298 .340 136 162* 153 175* 147 148 143 144 135 124 133 135 145 123 126 144 140 132 10 10 13 11 9 13 12 10 10 10 10 11 9 9 9 10 8 11 60 69 62 54 70 71 63 67 70 36 72* 65 68 49 56 57 56 41 HOME RUNS Charles Johnson Billy McMillon Todd Dunwoody Kevin Millar Nate Rolison Chris Norton Ross Gload Abraham Nunez Adrian Gonzalez Jeremy Owens Mike O’Keefe Jared Sandberg Luis Jimenez Andrew Pinckney Bell/Hall Jon Still Rizzo/Spears Chiang/Middlebrooks DOUBLES Clark/Johnson Tim Clark Kevin Millar Kevin Millar Nate Rolison Julio Ramirez Ross Gload Jeff Bailey Adrian Gonzalez Kelly Shoppach Kenny Perez Jeremy West Brandon Moss Jed Lowrie Zach Daeges Jon Still Luis Exposito Chih-Hsien Chiang LOSSES Juelsgaard/Perigny Reynol Mendoza Will Cunnane Gregg Press Brent Billingsley A.J. Burnett Scott Comer Claudio Vargas Robertson/Woodards Tim Kester Abe Alvarez Kason Gabbard Jose Vaquedano Tommy Hottovy Dustin Richardson Ryne Lawson Jeremy Kehrt Brock Huntzinger SAVES Don Perigny Jay Powell Bill Hurst Mike Duvall Mick Pageler Hector Almonte Bobby Rodgers Blaine Neal Brandon Sloan Anastacio Martinez Joe Nelson Jim Mann Edgar Martinez Mike James Beau Vaughan Bryce Cox Jason Rice Blake Maxwell 28* 14 24 32 16 38* 16 17 17 21 19 18 17 14 13 17 20 18 29 34 32 34* 35 30 28 28 34 30 31 32 36* 31 34 40 39 37 9 10 12 11 13 12 10 9 9 10 9 11 8 10 10 12 11 11 11 24* 30* 18 13 23 22 21 8 14 13 12 12 22 16 12 13 15 RBI Charles Johnson Billy McMillon Todd Dunwoody Kevin Millar Nate Rolison Chris Norton Todd Betts Jeff Bailey Adrian Gonzalez Justin Sherrod Brett Roneberg David Murphy Brandon Moss Natale/Johnson/Pinckney Aaron Bates Jon Still Luis Exposito Will Middlebrooks TRIPLES Jesus Tavarez Renteria/Sheff Luis Castillo Randy Winn Amaury Garcia Julio Ramirez Ozuna/Phoenix Abraham Nunez Drew Niles Jeremy Owens Sheldon Fulse Hanley Ramirez Moss/Spann/Ellsbury Jed Lowrie Jeff Corsaletti Ryan Kalish Khoury/Lin/Sheely/Spears Chih-Hsien Chiang ERA Stan Spencer Reynol Mendoza Tony Saunders Hector Mercado Brent Billingsley Michael Tejera Brandon Leese Kevin Olsen Nate Bump Tim Kester Abe Alvarez Jon Lester Devern Hansack Tommy Hottovy Kris Johnson Felix Doubront Kyle Weiland Alex Wilson 80 93 93 131* 83 97 71 66 96 74 77 75 83 64 68 89 94 80 8 7 7 6 6 10 6 9* 8 8 7 7 3 7 4 4 4 4 3.48 3.43 2.63* 3.96 3.74 2.62 3.47 2.68 3.38 3.78 3.59 2.61* 3.26 5.61 3.63 3.35 4.42 3.05 RUNS Terry Jorgensen Ralph Milliard Todd Dunwoody Mark Kotsay Nate Rolison Julio Ramirez Cesar Crespo Abraham Nunez Jesus Medrano Kevin Youkilis Brett Roneberg David Murphy Brandon Moss Jeff Corsaletti Zach Daeges Ryan Kalish Nate Spears Alex Hassan STOLEN BASES Ramon Martinez Edgar Renteria Luis Castillo Randy Winn Amaury Garcia Julio Ramirez Cesar Crespo Abraham Nunez Jesus Medrano Jeremy Owens Sheldon Fulse Hanley Ramirez Jacoby Ellsbury Jeff Corsaletti Iggy Suarez Ryan Kalish Che-Hsuan Lin Jeremy Hazelbaker STRIKEOUTS Vic Darensbourg Reynol Mendoza Tony Saunders Hector Mercado Brent Billingsley Michael Tejera Gary Knotts Claudio Vargas Nate Robertson Tim Kester Abe Alvarez Jon Lester Devern Hansack Clay Buchholz Dustin Richardson Feliz Doubront Kyle Weiland Brock Huntzinger 65 104* 88 103* 80 87 96 75 77 74 67 71 76 93 63 63 104* 75 31 30 51* 35 23 64* 41 26 39 15 29 26 16 20 15 14 26 35 103 120 156* 125 183* 152 113 151 109 128 108 163* 124 116 114 101 120 123

Past Sea Dogs Managers
Manager Carlos Tosca Fredi Gonzalez Lynn Jones Frank Cacciatore Rick Renteria Eric Fox Ron Johnson Todd Claus Arnie Beyeler Record 229-195 79-63 66-75 65-77 148-135 63-77 141-143 148-133 282-283 Percent .540 .556 .468 .458 .523 .450 .496 .527 .499 Year(s) 1994-1996 1997 1998 1999 2000-2001 2002 2003-2004 2005-2006 2007-2010

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lonGesT inDiviDual sTreaks
Longest On-Base Streaks in Sea Dogs History
1. 62 - Kevin Youkilis – May 12-July 28, 2003 (extended streak to 71 games with Pawtucket) 2. 47 - Kevin Millar – July 12-August 30, 1997 (extended streak to 71 games with AAA-Calgary 1998 and 1999) and rehab appearance on May 25, 2002 3. 38 - Jed Lowrie – April 29-June 6, 2007 4. 32 – Zach Daeges – April 9-June 2, 2008 5. 31 - Mark Kotsay - June 21-August 16, 1997 (Minor League games only – was called up to Florida Marlins on July 11 and stayed through July 27) 6. 28 – Fletcher Bates – July 11-August 8, 1998 7. 26 – Jeff Bailey – April 25-May 31, 2004 8. 26 – Matt Erickson – May 4-June 5, 2000 9. 25 – Nate Rolison – April 22-May 24, 1998 10. 24 – Kevin Youkilis – April 10-May 11, 2003

Longest Hit Streaks in Sea Dogs History
21 – Victor Rodriguez – August 12-September 1, 1998 21 – Kevin Millar – July 18-August 9, 1997 20 – Mike Gulan – June 6-June 27, 1998 19 – Quincy Foster – August 18-September 4, 2000 19 – Mark Kotsay – April 21-May 13, 1997 19 – Ralph Milliard – May 5-24, 1995 18 – Brett Roneberg – April 27-May 15, 2004 (longest by Red Sox affiliate)

Longest Scoreless Inning Streaks in Sea Dogs History
24.0 – Kris Johnson – June 15-July 1, 2008 22.1 – Phil Seibel – May 20-June 11, 2006 21.1 – Felix Heredia – April 5-May 23, 1996 21.0 – Clay Buchholz – April 19-May 6, 2007 20.2 – Craig Hansen – August 11, 2005-April 24, 2006

Other Notable Streaks
Consecutive Games with a HR: 4 Chih-Hsien Chiang -- June 3-June 7, 2011 4 Josh Reddick - - April 10- April 14, 2009 Consecutive Wins by a Starter -- Adam Mills, 8 -- June 27-August 6, 2009 Consecutive Batters Struck Out -- Clay Bucholz, 8 -- May 11, 2007 vs Binghamton

Victor Rodriguez – May 11, 1997 vs. Bowie Hayward Cook – April 30, 1998 vs. Binghamton Pablo Ozuna – August 22, 2000 vs. New Haven Quincy Foster – September 1, 2000 vs. Norwich George Lombard – June 24, 2004 at Erie

Inside the Park HR’s in Sea Dogs History

5 – David Murphy – May 21, 2006 vs. New Hampshire 5 – Kevin Haverbusch – August 29, 2003 vs. New Haven 5 – Chris Aguila – August 13, 2002 vs. Trenton

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Eastern League Player of the Week
Billy McMillon (July 24-30,1995) Edgar Renteria (July 31-Aug. 6, 1995) Kevin Millar (April 14-20, 1997) Glenn Reeves (April 28-May 4, 1997) John Roskos (June 9-15, 1997) Kevin Millar (July 28-Aug. 3, 1997) Nate Rolison (April 27-May 3, 1998) Mike Gulan (June 8-14, 1998) Joe Funaro (July 27-Aug. 2, 1998) Joe Funaro (May 31-June 6, 1999) Chris Norton (July 5-11, 1999) Nate Rolison (July 12-18, 1999) Nate Rolison (Aug. 16-22, 1999) Cesar Crespo (April 24-30, 2000) Wynter Phoenix (Aug. 21-27, 2000) Quincy Foster (Aug. 28-Sept 4, 2000) Jesus Medrano (May 6-12, 2002) Jeremy Owens (May 12-18, 2003) John Hattig (May 3-9, 2004) Jared Sandberg (April 7-17, 2005) Brandon Moss (Aug. 29-Sep. 5, 2005) Chad Spann (May 29-June 4, 2006) Brandon Moss (June 19-25, 2006) Jacoby Ellsbury (Aug. 7-13, 2006) Zach Daeges (May.12-18, 2008) Lars Anderson (Aug. 11-17, 2008) Jorge Jimenez (April 9-19, 2009) Aaron Bates (May 4-10, 2009) Aaron Bates (May 25-31, 2009) Anthony Rizzo (Aug. 2-9, 2010) Ryan Lavarnway (Aug. 23-30, 2010) Chih-Hsien Chiang (May 30-June 6, 2011) Jeremy Hazelbaker (Aug. 22-29, 2011)

Eastern League Pitcher of the Week
Marc Valdes (June 13-19, 1994) Vic Darensbourg (Aug. 22-28, 1994) Rey Mendoza (April 17-23, 1995) Rey Mendoza (April 15-21, 1996) Marc Valdes (June 10-16, 1996) Will Cunnane (July 1-7, 1996) Tony Saunders (July 29-Aug. 4, 1996) Gregg Press (May 12-18, 1997) Brian Meadows (July 7-13, 1997) Michael Tejera (June 15-21, 1998) Gary Knotts (July 12-18, 1999) Claudio Vargas (May 14-20, 2001) Kevin Olsen (June 25-July 1, 2001) Josh Beckett (Aug. 13-19, 2001) Hansel Izquierdo (Aug. 20-26, 2001) Justin Wayne (July 22-28, 2002) Chris Smith (May 3-9, 2004) Kason Gabbard (August 9-15, 2004) David Pauley (May 30-June 5, 2005) Jonathan Papelbon (June 27-July 3, 2005) Jon Lester (July 4-10, 2005) Kason Gabbard (May 1-7, 2006) Phil Seibel (May 29-June 4, 2006) Tommy Hottovy (Aug. 28-Sept. 4, 2006) Charlie Zink (June 18-June 24, 2007) Clay Buchholz (June 25- July 1,2007 Justin Masterson (July 9- July 15, 2007) Justin Masterson (April 13-19, 2008) Kris Johnson (April 21-27, 2008) Stephen Fife (Aug. 30-Sept. 6, 2010) Stephen Fife (June 6-13, 2011)

SEA DOGS TEAM AWARDS
As Voted on by the Fans Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 MVP
Chih-Hsien Chiang

Pitcher of the Year Alex Wilson Casey Kelly Felix Doubront Michael Bowden Clay Buchholz Devern Hansack Jon Lester Abe Alvarez Josh Stevens Nate Robertson Kevin Olsen

10th Player Jon Hee Ray Chang Juan Apodaca Mickey Hall Bryan Pritz Barry Hertzler Raul Nieves Joe Kilburg John Nathans Anthony Iapoce Eric Gillespie

Citizen of the Year Jeremy Kehrt Jason Rice Blake Maxwell Iggy Suarez Iggy Suarez Keoni DeRenne Alberto Concepcion Ryan Cameron James Johnson Chris Aguila Ryan Moskau

Anthony Rizzo Jorge Jimenez Zach Daeges Jed Lowrie Brandon Moss David Murphy Brett Roneberg Jeremy Owens Adrian Gonzalez Kevin Hooper

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sea DoGs awarDs
Eastern League Playoff Most Valuable Player Brandon Moss (2006) Eastern League Player of the Month John Roskos (June 1997) Cesar Crespo (April 2000) Josh Beckett (August 2001) Jacoby Ellsbury (April 2007) Justin Masterson (July 2007) Zach Daeges (May 2008) Aaron Bates (May 2009) Chih-Hsien Chiang (June 2011) Chih-Hsien Chiang (July 2011) Eastern League Most Valuable Player Kevin Millar (1997) Eastern League Pitcher of the Year Michael Tejera (1999) Jon Lester (2005) Eastern League Rookie of the Year Mark Kotsay (1997) Eastern League Manager of the Year Carlos Tosca (1996) “Stars-of-Stars” Award Winner Todd Dunwoody (1996, All-Star Game MVP) Eastern League Comeback Player of the Year Alex Gonzalez (1997) Howe Sportsdata All-Teenage Team Edgar Renteria (1995) Felix Heredia (1996) Adrian Gonzalez (2002) Topps Minor League Player of the Month Josh Beckett (August 2001) SportsTicker Minor League Pitcher of the Year Josh Beckett (2001) Baseball America Minor League Player of the Year Josh Beckett (2001) Baseball America Minor League Baseball Manager of the Year Carlos Tosca (1996) Todd Claus (2006)
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Baseball America Eastern League Manager of the Year Fredi Gonzalez (1997) USA Today Minor League Player of the Year Josh Beckett (2001) Sporting News Minor League Player of the Year Josh Beckett (2001) Topps Minor League Player of the Year Josh Beckett (2001) Topps/MiLB Eastern League Player of the Year Chih-Hsien Chiang (2011) At the Yard Magazine’s Diamond in the Rough Award Edgar Martinez (2005) Bob Freitas Award Portland Sea Dogs (1999) John H. Johnson President’s Trophy Charlie Eshbach & Portland Sea Dogs (2000) Eastern League Executive of the Year Charlie Eshbach (1994) Charlie Eshbach (2002) Eastern League Grounds Crew of the Year Portland Sea Dogs (1999)

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Mid-Season All-Star Game Selections
Chih-Hsien Chiang, 2011 Stephen Fife, 2011 Alex Hassan, 2011 Will Middlebrooks, 2011 Alex Wilson, 2011 Ray Chang, 2010 Nate Spears, 2010 Stephen Fife, 2010 Jason Rice, 2010 Lars Anderson, 2009 Jorge Jimenez, 2009 T.J. Large, 2009 Junichi Tazawa, 2009 Bubba Bell, 2008 Michael Bowden, 2008 Jeff Corsaletti, 2008 Zachary Daeges, 2008 Beau Vaughan, 2008 Clay Buchholz, 2007 Jeff Corsaletti, 2007 Jed Lowrie, 2007 Charlie Zink, 2007 Tyler Minges, 2006 Chris Smith, 2006 Chad Spann, 2006 Jeremy West, 2006 Sea Dogs Coaching Staff, 2006 Chris Durbin, 2005 Jon Lester, 2005 Brandon Moss, 2005 Jonathan Papelbon, 2005 Kenny Perez, 2005 Hanley Ramirez, 2005 Jared Sandberg, 2005 Sea Dogs Coaching Staff, 2005 Abe Alvarez, 2004 Jeff Bailey, 2004 Kenny Perez, 2004 Brett Roneberg, 2004 Jorge De La Rosa, 2003 Jeremy Owens, 2003 Kelly Shoppach, 2003 Josh Stevens, 2003 Kevin Youkilis, 2003 Jesus Medrano, 2002 Nate Robertson, 2002 Kevin Olsen, 2001 Brandon Leese, 2000 Todd Betts, 2000 Chris Norton, 1999 Michael Tejera, 1999 Joe Funaro, 1998 Amaury Garcia, 1998 Kevin Millar, 1997 Mark Kotsay, 1997 Todd Dunwoody, 1996 Luis Castillo, 1996 Tim Clark, 1995 Ralph Milliard, 1995 Carlos Tosca (Mgr), 1995

Josh Beckett - Red Sox Jacoby Ellsbury - Red Sox Adrian Gonzalez - Red Sox Eastern League Jon Lester - Red Sox Kevin Youkilis - Red Sox Year End All-Stars Clay Buchholz - Red Sox Chih-Hsien Chiang, 2011 Jon Lester - Red Sox Will Middlebrooks, 2011 Dustin Pedroia - Red Sox Ray Chang, 2010 Hanley Ramirez - Marlins Jon Lester, 2005 Adrian Gonzalez - Padres Dustin Pedroia, 2005 Josh Beckett- Red Sox Hanley Ramirez, 2005 Adrian Gonzalez- Padres Kevin Youkilis, 2003 Jonathan Papelbon-Red Sox Jesus Medrano, 2002 Dustin Pedroia-Red Sox Pablo Ozuna, 2000 Hanley Ramirez-Marlins Julio Ramirez, 1999 Kevin Youkilis-Red Sox Chris Norton, 1999 Ryan Dempster- Cubs Michael Tejera, 1999 Adrian Gonzalez- Padres Alex Gonzalez, 1997 Jonathan Papelbon- Red Sox Kevin Millar, 1997 Dustin Pedroia- Red Sox Mark Kotsay, 1997 Hanley Ramirez- Marlins Lionel Hastings, 1997 Kevin Youkilis- Red Sox Luis Castillo. 1996 Josh Beckett- Red Sox Todd Dunwoody, 1996 Jonathan Papelbon- Red Sox Tony Saunders, 1996 Brad Penny- Dodgers Billy McMillon, 1995 Jonathan Papelbon- Red Sox Jay Powell, 1995 Brad Penny- Dodgers Charles Johnson, 1994 Edgar Renteria- Braves Luis Castillo- Marlins MLB Futures Game Livan Hernandez-Nationals Selections Livan Hernandez- Expos Chih-Hsien Chiang, 2011 Edgar Renteria- Cardinals Will Middlebrooks, 2011 Luis Castillo- Marlins Junichi Tazawa, 2009 Edgar Renteria- Cardinals Clay Buchholz, 2007 Luis Castillo- Marlins Todd Claus (Coach), 2006 Randy Winn- Devil Rays Edgar Martinez, 2006 Charles Johnson- Marlins Todd Claus (Coach), 2005 Ryan Dempster- Marlins Hanley Ramirez, 2005 Edgar Renteria- Cardinals Juan Perez, 2004 Alex Gonzalez- Marlins Ron Johnson (Coach), 2003 Edgar Renteria- Marlins Jorge De La Rosa, 2003 Charles Johnson- Marlins Kevin Youkilis, 2003 A.J. Burnett, 1999 Pablo Ozuna, 1999

Former Sea Dogs Selected to MLB All-Star Games

2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2004 2004 2003 2003 2002 2002 2001 2000 2000 1999 1998 1997

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sea DoGs Top performanCes
NO HITTERS Josh Beckett Brandon Bowe Aaron Scheffer Brad Penny Luis Arroyo CG ONE HITTERS Felix Diaz Jon Lester Nate Bump CG TWO HITTERS Justin Wayne Nate Bump Nate Robertson Bobby Rodgers CG THREE HITTERS Hansel Izquierdo Michael Tejera Gregg Press Hector Mercado Javier De La Hoya GRAND SLAMS Chih-Hsien Chiang Chih-Hsien Chiang Jorge Padron Chih-Hsien Chiang Anthony Rizzo Nate Spears Lars Anderson Lars Anderson Zach Daeges Aaron Bates Andrew Pinckney Bubba Bell Dusty Brown Chad Spann Eric Crozier David Murphy Matt Van Der Bosch Brandon Moss Chad Spann Jared Sandberg Jeff Bailey Brett Roneberg Kevin Haverbusch Justin Sherrod Dustin Brisson Chris Aguila Randy Rigsby Matt Treanor Luke Wilcox Luke Wilcox Bubba Smith Nate Rolison Jaime Jones Chris Norton Nate Rolison Fletcher Bates (7 IP) 8/13/01 vs. Binghamton (1 IP) (1 IP) (6 IP) 8/8/99 vs. Trenton (3 IP) 8/28/07 vs. Trenton 7/11/05 vs. New Hampshire 6/26/00 vs. Binghamton 7/25/02 vs. Bowie 7/21/02 vs. Binghamton 6/20/02 vs. Altoona 7/5/98 vs. New Haven 9/1/01 vs. Altoona 6/16/98 vs. New Haven 8/21/97 vs. Trenton 7/22/97 vs. New Britain 4/11/94 vs. Canton-Akron 6/25/11 vs. New Hampshire 6/5/11 vs. Altoona 5/16/11 vs. New Britain 7/26/10 vs. Binghamton 8/19/10 vs. Altoona 7/8/10 vs. New Britain 8/14/08 vs. Altoona 8/5/08 vs. Reading 7/27/08 vs. Trenton 5/6/08 vs. New Hampshire 4/22/08 vs. New Hampshire 4/17/08 vs. Binghamton 8/4/07 vs. Harrisburg 7/2/07 vs. Binghamton 5/8/07 vs. Trenton 4/30/06 vs. Bowie 4/24/06 vs. Altoona 4/23/06 vs. Harrisburg 9/7/05 vs. Trenton** 7/1/05 vs. Norwich 6/16/05 vs. Harrisburg 8/7/04 vs. New Britain 8/29/03 vs. New Haven 8/11/03 vs. Reading 7/11/03 vs. Norwich 8/13/02 vs. Trenton 7/15/02 vs. Erie 5/6/02 vs. New Britain 8/28/01 vs. New Haven 6/7/01 vs. Akron 4/23/01 vs. New Haven 8/1/99 vs. Norwich 7/20/99 vs. Binghamton 7/11/99 vs. Norwich 7/10/99 vs. Norwich 8/2/98 vs. New Haven Jaime Jones Amaury Garcia Ryan Jackson John Roskos John Roskos Kevin Millar Tim Clark Edgar Renteria Jesus Tavarez 7/29/98 vs. New Haven 5/18/98 vs. Binghamton 7/18/97 vs. Harrisburg 6/10/97 vs. Trenton 4/27/97 vs. Trenton 7/2/96 vs. New Haven 8/18/95 vs. Harrisburg 5/16/95 vs. Reading 7/3/94 vs. New Haven

3 HOME RUN GAME Randy Rigsby 7/11/02 vs. New Haven Alex Gonzalez 5/24/97 vs. New Britain 5 HIT GAME Will Middlebrooks Ryan Kalish Jeff Natale Tyler Minges David Murphy Kenny Perez Sheldon Fulse Joe Kilburg Adrian Gonzalez Luis Castillo 7/05/11 vs. Binghamton 5/29/10 vs. New Britain 7/17/07 vs. New Hampshire 6/18/06 vs. New Hampshire 5/21/06 vs. New Hampshire 6/16/05 vs. Harrisburg 8/29/04 vs. Norwich 6/20/04 vs. Binghamton 5/25/02 vs. Reading 6/28/96 vs. Norwich

HITTING FOR THE CYCLE Cory Keylor 8/4/07 vs. Harrisburg Ross Gload* 6/29/00 vs. Florida Cesar Crespo 6/16/00 vs. Binghamton * Exhibition Game vs. Florida Marlins, does not count in official statistics. ** Playoff Game vs. Trenton, does not count in official statistics.

SEA DOGS NOTES In 18 seasons of play, 187 Sea Dogs have played in the Major Leagues. Four former Sea Dogs tossed big league no-hitters, two captured Rookie of the Year honors, and two were named World Series MVP’s No-Hitters A.J. Burnett Anibal Sanchez Clay Buchholz Jon Lester 5/12/01 vs. San Diego 9/6/06 vs. Arizona 9/1/07 vs. Baltimore 5/19/08 vs. Kansas City

Most Valuable Player Dustin Pedroia 2008 AL MVP Rookie of the Year Hanley Ramirez 2006 NL ROY Dustin Pedroia 2007 AL ROY World Series MVP Livan Hernandez 1997 Marlins Josh Beckett 2003 Marlins Edgar Renteria 2010 Giants

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TEAM
Batting At-Bats Runs Scored Hits RBI Doubles Triples Home Runs Total Bases Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Pitching Innings Pitched Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts Hits Home Runs Wild Pitches Hit Batsman Fielding Putouts Assists Errors Passed Balls Double Plays 59 19* 23 19* 8* 3* 7 49* 17* 21 6* 17 20 * 20 13 23 23 7 6 5 51 23 6* 3 6* vs. Connecticut vs. New Britain vs. Connecticut vs. New Britain vs. New Hampshire vs. Altoona vs. New Britain vs. Harrisburg vs. Connecticut vs. Akron vs. Erie vs. Connecticut vs. Connecticut vs. Connecticut vs. Trenton vs. Bowie vs. New Hampshire vs. Binghamton vs. Harrisburg vs. Binghamton vs. Connecticut vs. Reading vs. Bowie vs. Reading vs. New Haven April 16, 2008 June 20, 2009 April 26, 2009 June 20, 2009 May 30, 2008 August 7, 2007 May 24, 1997 August 4, 2007 April 16, 2008 August 2, 1997 May 11, 2002 April 16, 2008 April 26, 2009 July 29, 2008 July 2, 2006 July 6, 2005 June 2, 2008 August 15, 1997 April 21, 2006 April 13, 2006 April 16, 2008 April 7, 1994 May 30, 1996 August 3, 1997 June 20, 2003

INDIVIDUAL

Batting At-Bats Runs Scored Hits RBI Singles Doubles Triples Home Runs Total Bases Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Pitching Innings Pitched Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts Hits Home Runs Wild Pitches Hit Batsmen Fielding Putouts Assists Errors Passed Balls

8* 5* 5* 7* 5 3* 3 3* 13 5* 5* 4 2* 9* 12* 12 9 13* 18 5 6 4 25 9* 3* 3

Aaron Bates Cesar Crespo Will Middlebrooks Jon Still Jeff Natale Anthony Rizzo Sheldon Fulse Randy Rigsby Alex Gonzalez Derek Wathan Brandon Moss Julio Ramirez Sheldon Fulse Charlie Zink Charlie Zink Charlie Zink Bobby Rodgers Jon Lester Clemente Nunez Bryan Ward Devern Hansack Dave Townsend Alberto Concepcion Wilson Valdez Heath Kelly Ramsey Koeyers

Norwich Norwich Binghamton New Britain New Hampshire Bowie Norwich New Haven New Britain Harrisburg Akron New Britain Binghamton Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut Norwich New Hampshire Canton-Akron Bowie Harrisburg Harrisburg Bowie Trenton Binghamton Reading

August 29, 2008 June 23, 2000 July 5, 2011 July 20, 2009 July 17, 2007 August 3, 2010 August 29, 2004 July 11, 2002 May 24, 1997 August 24, 2001 August 11, 2006 June 10, 1999 August 15, 2005 June 19, 2007 July 29, 2007 July 29, 2007 August 4, 1999 July 11, 2005 August 7, 1996 May 12, 1997 April 21, 2006 July 18, 1997 June 11, 2005 August 21, 2002 August 8, 2002 August 3, 1997

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Team Season Batting Records
Most Games At-Bats Hits Runs Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Average 143 4,890 1,407 824 304 45 191 765 590 1,114 153 .288 Year 2007 1997 1997 1997 2011 1995 1997 1997 2007 2009 1996 1997 Least 139 4,512 1,138 590 213 18 90 540 437 888 54 .244 Year 2006 2002 2002 2001 2001 2009 2006 2001 2002 2006 2008 2001 Complete Games Shutouts Wins Losses Saves Innings Walks Strikeouts ERA

Team Season Pitching Records
Most
14 16 86 83 45 1,257 553 1,141 4.77

Year
2000 2006 1995 2011 1996 2001 2007 2001 2004

Least
0 3 59 56 21 1119.2 356 864 3.24

Year
‘08, ‘10 1994 2011 1995 2011 2002 2001 2000 2001

Franchise Records
Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Game (innings) Longest Game (time) Longest Nine-Inning Game Time Shortest Nine-Inning Game Largest Margin of Victory (regular) Largest Margin of Defeat Most Runs Scored Most Runs Allowed Most Runs (Both Teams Combined) 12 10* 17 5:41 4:09 1:54 18 17 19* 20* 35 April 20-May 7, 1997 July 29-August 8, 2006 April 16, 2008 vs. Connecticut in 8-7 Portland Win April 16, 2008 vs. Connecticut in 8-7 Portland Win May 30, 2008 vs. New Hampshire Win May 13, 2011 @ New Britain July 20, 2009 @ New Britain in 19-1 Portland Win August 19, 2009 vs Reading in 18-1 Loss July 20, 2009 @ New Britain in 19-1 Portland Win April 26, 2009 vs Connecticut in 20-15 Portland Loss April 26, 2009 vs Connecticut in 20-15 Portland Loss

*Feat accomplished more than once. Last occurance listed.

SEA DOGS’ STREAKS
Longest Winning Streaks 12 April 25- May 7, 1997 11 April 12- April 26, 2000 11 April 11- April 24, 1995 10 May 31- June 13, 2006 10 April 7- April 17, 2005 10 August 22- August 31, 2000 Longest Losing Streaks 10 July 29- August 8, 2006 10 April 10- April 19, 1994 9 July 31- August 7, 2003 8 July 21- July 29, 1999 7 Aug. 18- Aug. 24, 2011 7 July 9- July 17, 1994

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sinGle-season reCorDs
BATTING

Minimum 383 Plate Appearances
AVERAGE Kevin Millar (‘97) Kevin Youkilis (‘03) Todd Betts (‘00) Kevin Millar (‘96) Luis Castillo (‘96) HITS Kevin Millar (‘97) Billy McMillon (‘95) Ryan Jackson (‘97) Todd Dunwoody (‘96) Kevin Millar (‘96) STRIKEOUTS Josh Booty (‘97) Jermy Owens (‘03) Abraham Nunez (‘98) Julio Ramirez (‘99) Nate Rolison (‘98) ON-BASE % Kevin Youkilis (‘03) Kevin Millar (‘97) Billy McMillon (‘95) Jeff Natale (07) Two Players Tied .342 .327 .321 .318 .317 175 162 153 153 150 166 161 155 150 150 .487 .423 .423 .417 .416 RBI Kevin Millar (‘97) Ryan Jackson (‘97) Chris Norton (‘99) Adrian Gonzalez (‘02) Luis Exposito (‘10) DOUBLES Jon Still (‘09) Luis Exposito (‘10) 131 98 97 96 94 HOME RUNS Chris Norton (‘99) Kevin Millar (‘97) Charles Johnson (‘94) Ryan Jackson (‘97) Two Players Tied TRIPLES Julio Ramirez (‘99) Abraham Nunez (‘01) Fletcher Bates (‘99) Four Players Tied RUNS SCORED Nate Spears (‘10) Ralph Milliard (‘95) Mark Kotsay (‘97) Cesar Crespo (‘00) Kevin Millar (‘97) STOLEN BASES Julio Ramirez (‘99) Luis Castillo (‘96) Cesar Crespo (‘00) Jesus Medrano (‘02) Two Players Tied 38 32 28 26 24 10 9 9 8

40 39 Chih-Hsien Chiang(‘11) 37 Brandon Moss (‘06) 36 Nate Rolison (‘98) 35 WALKS Billy McMillon (‘95) Jeff Natale (‘07) Kevin Youkilis (‘03) Ralph Milliard (‘95) Nate Spears (‘10) SLUGGING % 96 88 86 86 84

104 104 103 96 94 64 51 41 39 35

Chih-Hsien Chiang (‘11) .648

Chris Norton (‘99) Kevin Millar (‘97) Ryan Jackson (‘97) John Roskos (‘97)

.633 .605 .544 .541

PITCHING

Minimum 114 Innings Pitched
ERA Jon Lester (‘05) Michael Tejera (‘99) Tony Saunders (‘96) Kevin Olsen (‘01) Devern Hansack (‘06) SAVES Bill Hurst (‘96) Jay Powell (‘95) Hector Almonte (‘99) Bobby Rodgers (‘00) Mike James (‘07) STRIKEOUTS Brent Billingsley (‘98) Jon Lester (‘05) Tony Saunders (‘96) Michael Tejera (‘99) Claudio Vargas (‘01) 2.61 2.62 2.63 2.68 3.26 30 24 23 22 22 183 163 156 152 151 WINS Michael Tejera (‘99) Tony Saunders (‘96) Brandon Leese (‘00) Stephen Fife (‘11) Jon Lester (‘05) INNINGS PITCHED Brian Meadows (‘97) Brandon Leese (‘00) Brent Billingsley (‘98) Reynol Mendoza (‘95) Tony Saunders (‘96) APPEARANCES Mick Pageler (‘98) Chad Rhoades (‘09) Felix Heredia (‘96) Mike James (‘07) Dan Chergey (‘95) 13 13 12 11 11 175.2 173.2 171.0 168.0 167.2 60 56 55 55 55 LOSSES Mark Johnson (‘98) Brent Billingsley (‘98) A.J. Burnett (‘99) Will Cunnane (‘96) Ryne Lawson (‘09) WALKS Charlie Zink (‘04) A.J. Burnett (‘99) Omar Ortiz (‘02) Bobby Rodgers (‘99) Brent Billingsley (‘98) 14 13 12 12 12 72 71 70 70 70

WINNING %(min. 10 dec.) Kason Gabbard (‘06) .818 Geoff Duncan (‘98) .818 Livan Hernandez (‘96) .818 Will Cunnane (‘95) .818 Hector Mercado (‘97) .786

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Career sea DoGs reCorDs
BATTING

Minimum 400 Plate Appearances
AVERAGE Kevin Millar (‘96-‘97, ‘02) .328 Kevin Youkilis (‘03) .327 Todd Betts (‘00) .321 Luis Castillo (‘96) .317 Joe Funaro (‘98-’00) .314 HITS Kevin Millar (‘96-‘97, ‘02) 326 Pablo Ozuna(‘99-”00) 284 Ryan Khoury (‘08-’11) 283 Fletcher Bates(‘98-’99) 283 Brandon Moss (‘05-’06)280 STRIKEOUTS Jaime Jones (‘98-’01) 275 Nate Rolison(‘98-’99,’01) 269 Ryan Khoury (‘08-11) 266 Jeff Bailey(‘01,’04-’05) 252 Iggy Suarez (‘06-’09) 242 ON-BASE % Kevin Youkilis (‘03) Billy McMillon (‘95) Todd Betts (‘00) Jeff Natale (‘07-’08) Zach Daeges(‘08) .487 .423 .416 .415 .412 RBI Kevin Millar (‘96-‘97, ‘02) Chris Norton (‘98-’00) Nate Rolison(‘98-’99,’01) Tim Clark (‘94-’95) Jeff Bailey(‘01,’04-’05) DOUBLES 220 159 154 153 150 HOME RUNS Chris Norton (‘98-’00) Kevin Millar (‘96-‘97, ‘02) Jeff Bailey(‘01,’04-’05) Nate Rolison(‘98-’99,’01) John Roskos (‘96-’97) TRIPLES Fletcher Bates (‘98-’99) Pablo Ozuna(‘99-’00) Abraham Nunez(‘00-’01) Drew Niles(‘99-’02) Ryan Khoury (‘08-’11) RUNS SCORED Ryan Khoury (‘08-’11) Kevin Millar (‘96-‘97, ‘02) Brandon Moss(‘05-’06) Jeff Corsaletti (‘07-’08) Nate Rolison(‘98-’99,’01) STOLEN BASES Pablo Ozuna(‘99-’00) Julio Ramirez (‘99) Quincy Foster (‘00-’02) Luis Castillo (‘96) Jesus Medrano (‘02-’04) 54 51 33 33 33 14 13 12 11 10 178 164 163 153 152 66 64 58 51 51

Chih-Hsien Chiang (‘10-’11) 72

Ryan Khoury (‘08-’11) Brandon Moss (‘05-‘06) Kevin Millar (‘96-‘97, ‘02) Tim Clark (‘94-‘95) WALKS Ryan Khoury (‘08-’11) Jeff Corsaletti(‘07-’08) Nate Rolison(‘98-’99,’01) Ryan Khoury (‘08-’10) Jeff Bailey(‘01,’04-’05)

71 67 66 64 168 136 133 131 130

SLUGGING % Chris Norton (‘98-’00) .588 Kevin Millar (‘96-‘97, ‘02) .552 Ryan Jackson (‘97) .544 Chih-Hsien Chiang (‘10-’11) .516 Charles Johnson (‘94-’95).516

PITCHING

Minimum 120 Innings Pitched
ERA Jon Lester (‘05,’07) Marc Valdes (‘94,’96) Tony Saunders (‘96-’97) Geoff Duncan (‘98-’00) Junichi Tazawa (‘09,’11) 2.57 2.59 2.71 2.81 2.98 WINS
Michael Tejera (‘98-’99,’01) 31

Chris Smith (‘04-’07) Charlie Zink (‘03-’07) Bryan Ward (‘95-’97) Two Players Tied

24 22 22 21

LOSSES Nate Bump (‘99-’02)

Bobby Rodgers (‘98-’02) Chris Smith (‘04-’07) Brandon Leese (‘98-’00) WALKS Charlie Zink (‘03-’07)

Kason Gabbard (‘04-’06, ‘09) 23

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SAVES Bill Hurst (‘96-’97) 30 Bobby Rodgers (‘98-’02) 27 Hector Almonte (‘98-’00) 26 3 players tied 24 STRIKEOUTS Michael Tejera(‘98-’99,’01)380 Bobby Rodgers (‘98-’02) 293 Chris Smith (‘04-’07) 292 Bryan Ward (‘95-’97) 264 Nate Bump (‘99-’02) 253

INNINGS PITCHED

Brandon Leese (‘98-’00) Nate Bump (‘99-’02) Chris Smith (‘04-’07) Charlie Zink (‘03-’07)

Michael Tejera (‘98-’99,’01) 403.0

381.2 375.0 369.2 338.0

Bobby Rodgers (‘98-’02) 143 Michael Tejera (‘98-’99,’01) 122 Kyle Jackson (‘05-’08) 117 WINNING %(min. 12 dec.) Hector Mercado (‘97) .786 Tony Saunders (‘96-’97) .765 Antonio Alfonseca (‘95) .750 Tim Hamulack (‘02) .714 Marc Valdes (‘94,’96) .700

Kason Gabbard (‘04-’06, ‘09) 144

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APPEARANCES Scott Henderson (‘99-’01) 124 Bobby Rodgers (‘98-’02) 114 Mike James (‘07-’08) 101 Dan Chergey (‘95-’97) 100 Chad Rhoades (‘08-’09) 97

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Abbott, Jeff Adams, Brian Adamson, Joel Aguila, Chris Aldred, Scott 2001 2003 1994 2001, 2002 2003 Alfonseca, Antonio 1995 Alkire, Jeff 1996 Almanza, Armando 1999 Almanzar, Carlos 2007 Almonte, Hector 1999, 2000 Alvarez, Abe 2004 Alvarez, Jimmy 2004 Alvarez, Jorge 1994 Anderson, Lars 2008-2010 Apodaca, Juan 2008-2010 Aquino, Luis 1994 Arroyo, Luis 1999 Asencio, Miguel 2008 Astacio, Pedro 2004 Aversa, Joe 1996

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Buckley, Jim Bumatay, Mike Bump, Nate Burgus, Travis Burnett, AJ Butler, Daniel

Cabral, Cesar 2011 Cameron, Mike 2010 Cameron, Ryan 2003, 2004 Cames, Aaron 1999 Campo, Mike 2004 Candeleria, Ben 2000-2002 Castillo, Luis 1996 Castro, Nelson 2003 Castro, Ramon 1998 Castro, Tony 1997 Catalanotte, Greg 2003 Chang, Ray 2010 Chapman, Jake 2003 Chauncey, Clint 2004 Chavez, Carlos 1997 B 2002 Bacani, David 2006, 2007 Chavez, Chris 2005 Bailey, Jeff 2001,‘04,’05 Chavez, Dirimo 1994 Bailie, Stefan 2004, 2005 Chavez, Rafael Chergey, Dan 1995-1997 Bajoczky, Tony 2007 Chiang, Chih-Hsien 2010, 2011 Balcolm-Miller, Chris 2011 Christian, Eddie 1994 Bard, Daniel 2008 Christman, Tim 2002 Barnes, John 2007 Bates, Aaron 2007,’08,’09 Clapinski, Chris 1995-1996,’01 1999-2002 Bates, Fletcher 1998, 1999 Clark, Chris 1994, 1995 Beam, Randy 2005, 2006 Clark, Tim Clay, Caleb 2011 Beazley, Travis 2009 Coello, Robert 2010 Beckett, Josh 2001 Comer, Scott 2000 Beckett, Robbie 1996 Bell, Bubba 2007,’08,’09 Concepcion, Alberto 2004-2006 1996-1998 Benz, Jake 1999, 2000 Cook, Hayward Coquillette, Trace 2002, 2003 Berg, Dave 1996 Cornelius, Reid 1997 Bermudez, Ronald 2011 Corsaletti, Jeff 2007, 2008 Betts, Todd 2000 Cox, Bryce 2007-2010 Billingsley, Brent 1998 Crespo, Cesar 2000 Blasi, Blake 2003 Booty, Josh 1997, 1998 Cromer, Brandon 1998 2007 Borowiak, Zach 2003, ‘05-’07, ‘09 Crozier, Eric 2002 Bowden, Michael 2007, 2008 Cueto, Jose 1995, 1996 Bowe, Brandon 2001, 2002 Cunnane, Will Bridges, Donnie 2002 D Brisson, Dustin 2003 Daeges, Zach 2008 Brooks, Conor 2004, 2005 Daniel, Mike 1994 Brooks, Frank 2006 Danielson, Sean 2008 Brown, Dusty 2006, 2007 Darensbourg, Vic 1994 Brown, Jason 2001 De La Hoya, Javier 1994 Brown, Ron 1996 De La Rosa, Jorge 2003 Brown, Tonayne 2003 Delcarmen, Manny 2005, 2010 Buchholz, Clay 2007, 2008 Dempster, Ryan 1998

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2005 2006 1999-2002 1997-1999 1999 2011

Dening, Mitch Dent, Ryan De Renne, Keoni Deschenes, Marc Devey, Phil DeWitt, Scott Diaz, Argenis Diaz, Felix Dina, Allen DiNardo, Lenny Dobies, Andrew Dominique, Andy Dominguez, Drew Donaldson, Bo Doubront, Felix Drumright, Mike Duncan, Geoff Dunwoody, Todd Durbin, Chris Duvall, Mike
Edmondson, Brian

E

2011 2011 2006 2004, 2005 2005 1998 2008, 2009 2007 2002 2004, 2006 2006-2010 2003 2011 2004 2009-2011 2001 1998-2000 1996 2005, 2006 1997 2001 2004

Elhrich, Drew Ellsbury, Jacoby Elmore, Chris Engel, Reid Erickson, Matt Evert, Brett Exposito, Luis Federowicz, Tim Fernandes, Kyle Fesh, Sean Fields, Josh Fife, Stephen Fisher, Pete Fontenot, Joe Fossum, Casey Foster, Quincy Fox, Chad Frederick, Kevin Frias, Vladimir Fulse, Sheldon Funaro, Joe Gabbard, Kason Gamble, Jerome Garcia, Amaury Gardner, Jarrett Garrison, Seth Gassner, Dave Gedman, Matthew Gillespie, Eric Glaser, Eric Gload, Ross

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2003 2009 1999, 2000 2006 2009, 2010 2011 2007-2011 2002 2011 2010-2011 2005 1998 2003 2000-2002 2003 2006 2011 2004, 2005 1998-2000

2006, ‘07, ‘10

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2004-06,’09 2003, 2004 1998 2004 2011 2008 2011 2001 2003, 2004 2000

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Goelz, Jim Goetz, Geoff Gonzalez, Adrian Gonzalez, Alex Gonzalez, Alex Gonzalez, Gabe Gonzalez, Juan Gonzalez, Miguel Goodell, Steve Goodson, Matt Gousha, Sean Granadillo, Tony Grilli, Jason Gulan, Michael 2003 2000-2002 2002 2005 1996, 1997 1997, 1999 1997 2011 1998 2006-2008 1994 2007, 2008 2001 1998 Huntzinger, Brock Hurst, Bill Iapoce, Anthony 2002 Iglesias, Jose 2010 Izquierdo, Hansel 2001, 2002 Jackson, Kyle Jackson, Ryan Jacobsen, Joe James, Mike Jenks, Bobby Jimenez, Jorge Jimenez, Luis Johnson, Charles Johnson, Eric Johnson, James Johnson, Jay Johnson, Kris Johnson, Mark Jones, Hunter Jones, Jaime Jordan, Brantley Jorgensen, Ryan Jorgensen, Terry Juelsgaard, Jarod Kaercher, Matt Kalish, Ryan Kapler, Gabe Katzaroff, Rob Kehrt, Jeremy Kelly, Casey Kelly, Dustin Kelly, Heath Kendrena, Ken Kester, Tim Keylor, Cory Khoury, Ryan Kilburg, Joe Kleinz, Larry Klepacki, Ed Knotts, Gary Koeyers, Ramsey Kotsay, Mark Kottaras, George Kremers, Jimmy Kuilan, Hector Kumagai, Ryo Lambert, Jeremy Lara, Nelson Large, T.J. Larkin, Andy Larson, Ryan

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2011 1996, 1997

J

Haeger, Charlie 2011 Haigwood, Daniel 2007, 2008 Haines, Talley 2005 Hall, Mickey 2008 Hammond, Chris 1994 Hamulack, Tim 2002, 2004 Hancock, Chris 1995 Hansack, Devern 2006 Hansen, Craig 2005, 2006 Harper, Brandon 2000, 2001 Harris, Doug 1996 Hassan, Alex 2011 Hastings, Lionel 1996,’97,’99 Hattig, John 2003, 2004 Haverbusch, Kevin 2003 Haynes, Heath 1997 Hazelbaker, Jeremy 2011 Headley, Justin 2003, 2004 Hebson, Bryan 2004 Hedman, Drew 2011 Hedrick, Justin 2009 Hee, Jon 2011 Heinrichs, Jon 1999 Henderson, Ryan 2000 Henderson, Scott 1999-2001 Henkel, Rob 2002 Heredia, Felix 1996 Heredia, Wilson 1995 Hermida, Jeremy 2010 Hernandez, Livan 1996 Herndon, Junior 2003 Herold, Mitch 2010 Hertzler, Barry 2005-2007 Hirtensteiner, Rick 1994 Holdzkom, Lincoln 2007 Honeycutt, Heath 2000-2002 Hooper, Kevin 2001 Hottovy, Tommy 2006-2011 Howell, Jason 2004 Howell, Jeff 2011

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K

2005-2008 1997 1997, 1998 2007, 2008 2011 2008, 2009 2006 1994, 1995 2004 2003, 2004 2006-2008 2008, 2009 1998 2007, 2008 1998-2001 2005 2002 1994 1994, 1995 2003 2009, 2010 2003, 2006 1995 2010-2011 2010 2004, 2006 2001, 2002 1994 2003 2007 2008-2011 2004 1999 2002 1999, 2000 1997 1997 2006 1995 1998, 1999 2003 2004 2000 2008-2010 1995-96,’99 2004

Lattimer, Will Lavarnway, Ryan Lawson, Ryne Leahy, Pat Lee, Michael Leese, Brandon Lemon, Don Lentz, Richie Leon, Carlos Leonard, Mike Lester, Jon Levan, Matt LeVier, Bret Lin, Che-Hsuan

2009 , 2011 2010, 2011 2008-2010 1994, 1995 2011 1998-2000 1994, 1995 2008, 2009 2003 2006 2005, 2007 2001 2005 2010, 2011 Linares, Juan Carlos 2010 Lobaton, Jose 1999 Lockwood, Mike 2004 Lombard, George 2004 Loop, Derrick 2009 Lopez, Angel 2002 Lopez, Gustavo 2002 Lopez-Cao, Mike 2004 Lowrie, Jed 2007, 2009 Loyd, Brian 2003 Lucca, Lou 1995 Luis, Santo 2010-2011 Mack, Quinn Madera, Sandy Mairena, Oswaldo Malinoski, Chris Mann, Jim Mantei, Matt Martin, Chris 1996 2008 2001 1994 2005 1995, 1997 2011 Martinez, Anastacio 2003 Martinez, Edgar 2004-2006 Martinez, Ramon 1994 Massingale, Matt 2002 Masterson, Justin 2007, 2008 Matsuzaka, Daisuke 2009 Maxwell, Blake 2007, ‘09-’11 McClaskey, Tim 2001 McCurtain, Paul 1998, 20-01 McGowan, Sean 2003, 2004 McGraw, Tom 1994, 1995 McMillon, Billy 1995 Meadows, Brian 1996, 1997 Medrano, Jesus 2002, 2004 Melconian, Alex 2000 Mendoza, Luis 2006 Meneses, Heiker 2011 Mendoza, Reynol 1995, 1996 Mercado, Hector 1997 Meredith, Cla 2005 Middlebrooks, Will 2011

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Millar, Kevin Miller, Ryne Miller, Wade Milliard, Ralph Mills, Adam Minges, Tyler Miniel, Rene Mix, Greg Montalbano, Greg Morales, Steve Moskau, Ryan Moss, Brandon Mull, Blaine Murphy, David Myrow, Brian Nall, T.J. Natale, Jeff Nathans, John Nava, Daniel Navarro, Yamaico Neal, Blaine Negron, Kris Nelson, Joe Newlin, Jim Nicolas, Michael Nieves, Raul Niles, Drew Norris, Joe Norton, Chris Nunez, Abraham Nunez, Clemente O’Halloran, Greg O’Keefe, Mike O’Neill, Doug Olsen, Kevin Ortiz, David Ortiz, Omar Otness, John Owens, Jeremy Ozuna, Pablo 1996-97,’02 2009, 2010 2005 1995-1997 2008, 2009 2006 2003 1995-1997 2003, 2004 1998, 2002 2000, 2001 2005, 2006 1998 2005, 2006 2006 2007 2007, 2008 2003, 2004 2009 2009, 2010 2001 2008 2004 1994 2003 2003-2005 1999-2002 1997 1998-2000 2000, 2001 1996 1994 2004, 2005 1996 2000, 2001 2008 2002 2007-09 2003 1999, 2000 Pearson, Jason Pedroia, Dustin Peeples, Mike Peley, Josue Penny, Brad Perez, Juan Perez, Kenny Perez, Yorkis Perigny, Don Petersen, Bryan Petersen, Matt Pettit, Doug Phoenix, Wynter Pimentel, Stolmy Pinckney, Andrew Place, Jason Plummer, Jarod Polanco, Enohal Portice, Eammon Povich, Chad Powell, Jay Press, Gregg Pritz, Bryan Province, Chris 2005 2005 2002 2010 1999 2003, 2004 2004, 2005 1994 1994 2010 1994 1995 20-01,’09 2011 2007, 2008 2009, 2010 2009 2000 2010, 2011 2007 1995 1997 2006-2008 2009 Rosario, Charle Roskos, John Rozier, Mike Rudolph, Mason Rudrude, Brett Rusch, Matt 2011 1996, 1997 2006 1995 2003 2011 2005 2005 2002 1996, 1997 2001 1999 2004 2003 1994 2006 2010 2004, 2006 2002 2009, 2010 1994-1996 1994 2003 2003 2005- 2007 2003 2002 2002 2001 2004-2007 2003 2009 2002 2005- 2007 2010 1994, 1995 2011 1996 2008 2003, 2004 2009 2005, 2006 2006-2009 1994 2009, 2011 2011 1998-99,’01 2011 1996 2005 1995-1997 1997, 1998 2001, 2002

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Pachot, John 2000 Padgett, Matt 2002 Padron, Jorge 2010, 2011 Pageler, Mick 1998, 1999 Pahucki, Dave 2003, 2005 Paniagua, Salvador 2007 Papelbon, Jonathan 2005 Papelbon, Joshua 2009 Parisi, Mike 1997 Paskievitch, Tom 1994 Pauley, David 2005, 2006 Pearsall, JJ 2002

P

Sanchez, Anibal Sandberg, Jared Santos, Jose Saunders, Tony Scheffer, Aaron Schifano, Tony Schneidmiller, Gary Schrager, Tony Schunk, Jerry Searles, Jon Segovia, Luis Seibel, Phil Sergent, Joe Sheely, Matt Sheff, Chris Sheffield, Gary Sherrod, Justin R Shibilo, Andy Raleigh, Matt 2000 Shoemaker, Scott Ramirez, Hanley 2004, 2005 Shoppach, Kelly Ramirez, Julio 1999 Skinner, John Ramos, Victor 2006 Sloan, Brandon Rector, Bobby 1997-1999 Smith, Bubba Reddick, Josh 2007-09 Smith, Chris Redmond, Mike 1995-96,’98 Smith, Jeff Reese, Nate 1999, 2000 Smoltz, John Reeves, Glenn 1997-1999 Snare, Ryan Renteria, Edgar 1995 Spann, Chad Renteria, Edinson 1994 Spears, Nate Reynoso, Ryne 2010 Spencer, Stanley Rhoades, Chad 2008, 2009 Spring, Matt Rice, Jason 2010 Stanifer, Rob Richards, Mark 1998 Stanley, Jered Richardson, Dustin 2008, 2009 Stevens, Josh Rigsby, Randy 2000, 2002 Still, Jon Rizzo, Anthony 2010 Sturge, Justin Roa, Joe 2001 Suarez, Iggy Robertson, Jason 1996 T Robertson, Nate 2002 Tavarez, Jesus Robertson, Ryan 1998, 1999 Tazawa, Junichi Rodgers, Bobby 1998-2002 Tejeda, Oscar Rodriguez, Reynaldo 2011 Tejera, Michael Rodriguez, Maximo 1996 Thomas, Tony Rodriguez, Victor 1997-1999 Thornton, Paul Rogers, Joe 2004 Tomori, Denney Rojas, Euclides 1995 Torres, Tony Rolison, Nate 1998-99,’01 Townsend, Dave Roneberg, Brett 2001, 2004 Treanor, Matt
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Tucker, Rusty Turpen, Daniel Twomley, Jason Valdes, Marc Valdez, Alex Valdez, Wilson 1994, 1995 2011 2002 Van Der Bosch, Matt 2005, 2006 Vaquedano, Jose 2006-2008 Vardijan, Dan 1998, 1999 Vargas, Claudio 2000, 2001 Vasquez, Carlos 2,008 Vaughan, Beau 2004,07-08 Vazquez, Will 2010, 2011 Villafuerte, Brandon 1998, 1999 Villegas, Felix 2003 Wagner, Mark 2008, 2009, 2011 Wainhouse, David 1995 Waller, Casey 1995 Ward, Bryan 1995-1997 Wathan, Derek 2000, 2001 Wathan, Dusty 2001 Wayne, Justin 2002 Weatherby, Charlie 2003, 2004 Weiland, Kyle 2010 West, Jeremy 2005, 2006 Whisenant, Matthew 1995 White, Derrick 1994 White, Matt 2003 White, Walter 1998 Whitten, Mike 1994 Wilson, Alex 2010, 2011 Wilcox, Luke 2001 Wilson, Josh 2002 Wilson, Pookie 1995-1997 Winn, Randy 1997 Woodards, Orlando 2002 Yarnall, Ed Yaughn, Kip Yockey, Mark Youkilis, Kevin Young, Colin Youngbauer, Scott Zink, Charlie

V

2006 2010 2006

Johnson, Ron Jones, Lynn Renteria, Rick Tosca, Carlos

W

1994..........................................38 1995..........................................35 1996..........................................34 1997..........................................37 COACHES 1998..........................................38 Adams, Ace 2006 1999..........................................36 Andrews, Jeff 2001 2000..........................................35 Arroyo, Fernando 2005 2001..........................................36 Budaska, Mark 2003 2002..........................................47 Burns, Britt 1997 2003..........................................52 Castro, Jose 1994,’99-01 2004..........................................54 Cather, Mike 2007-2009 2005..........................................49 DeMerritt, Marty 1994 2006..........................................50 Gale, Rich 1995, 1996 2007..........................................49 Joppie, Dave 2008-2010 2008..........................................48 Joyce, Kenny 1996 2009..........................................46 Kipper, Bob 2003-’04, ‘10 2010..........................................46 Luebber, Steve 1999, 2000 2011..........................................52 Morman, Russ 2004-2007 Pentland, Jeff 1995 Peterson, Brian 1998 Raleigh, Matt 2002 Rende, Sal 1997, 1998 Signore, Tom 2002

2003, 2004 1998 2000, 2001 1994-1996

Total Number of Players by Year:

Y

Z

1998 1994 1994 2003 2004 2005, 2007 2003-2007

Abraham, Tim Buchheit, Paul Basham, Gene Jaquette, B.J. Jochim, Jon Kennedy, Shane McGowan, Mike Mendez, Josue Pearson, Brad Slagle, Lee Sorensen, Todd Takahashi, Masai Williams, Harold

TRAINERS

1996-1998 2010 2002 2003 2009 2000 1995 2001 2007, 2008 2004 1994 2005, 2006 1999

BOLD= Played in the Majors Total Players in MLB: 187

Beyeler, Arnie Cacciatore, Frank Claus, Todd Fox, Eric Gonzalez, Fredi

MANAGERS

2007-2010 1999 2005, 2006 2002 1997
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sea DoGs Hall of fame

2005 Inductee 1994-1995 Catcher 134 Games, .260 AVG., 28 HR, 80 RBI 1994 Eastern League All-Star Team 1994 Baseball America & USA Today Minor League All-Star 5 Time National League Gold Glove Award Winner Named to 1997 & 2001 Major League All-Star Team

CHARLES JOHNSON

2005 Inductee 1994-1996 Manager Record: 229-195 (.540) 1995 & 1996 Eastern League Northern Division Champions 1995 Double-A All Star Game (Managed the National League Team) 1995 Florida Marlins Carl Barger Player Development Person-of-the-Year 1996 Eastern League Manager of the Year 1996 Baseball America Minor League Manager of the Year 2002-2004 Toronto Blue Jays Manager

CARLOS TOSCA

2006 Inductee 1996, 1997 & 2002 First Base/Outfield 268 Games, .328 AVG., 51 HR, 220 RBI 1997 Eastern League MVP (.342 AVG., 32 HR, 131 RBI) Reached base safely in a Minor League Baseball Record 71 straight games Member of the 2004 World Champion Boston Red Sox

KEVIN MILLAR

2006 Inductee 1986-2000 Portland City Manager His leadership, vision, and determination led to the construction of Hadlock Field and the successful bid to bring the Sea Dogs to Portland.

ROBERT GANLEY

2007 Inductee 1995 Shortstop 135 Games, .268 AVG., 7 HR, 68 RBI, 30 SB 1995 Florida Marlins Minor League Player of the Year Collected World Series Winning Hit for the 1997 Florida Marlins Five Time MLB All-Star Two-Time Gold Glove Award Winner

EDGAR RENTERIA

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2007 Inductee 1997 Manager Record: 79-63 (.556) 1997 Eastern League Northern Division Champions 1997 Baseball America Eastern League Manager of the Year Holds highest career managerial winning percentage (.556) in Sea Dogs history Named Manager of the Florida Marlins in 2007

FREDI GONZALEZ

2008 Inductee 1996-1997 Pitcher 16 Games, 9-2, 4.25 ERA, 97 SO Holds Sea Dogs single season franchise record with .818 winning percentage 1997 World Series MVP Two time Major League Baseball All-Star

LIVAN HERNANDEZ

2008 Inductee Florida Marlins Director of Player Development Made the decision to affiliate with Portland Sea Dogs Architect of the Sea Dogs’ 1995, 1996, & 1997 Northern Division Championship Teams Managed the Florida Marlins 1999-2001

JOHN BOLES

2009 Inductee 1997 Outfield 114 Games, .306 AVG., 103 R, 20 HR, 77 RBI, 17 SB 1997 Eastern League & Double-A All-Star 1997 Eastern League Rookie of the Year Rated the top pospect in the Eastern League in 1997 by Baseball America Led the Eastern League in Run Scored (103) in 1997

MARK KOTSAY

2010 Inductee 1995-1996, & 1998 Catcher 233 Games, .274 AVG., 87 R, 37 2B, 8 HR, 90 RBI Holds Sea Dogs record for most games behind the plate (231) Led Eastern League Catchers in 1995 with 95 putouts MLB Record for Consecutive Errorless Games by a Catcher (253) 13 Year Major League Career with Marlins, Twins & Indians
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MIKE REDMOND

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2010 Inductee Former City Councilor and Mayor of Portland A founding member of Citizens for Portland, Maine Baseball, paving the way for the Sea Dogs to come to Portland in 1994. Served as Eastern League President 1997-2002 Elected to the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999 Serves as legal counsel to the Portland Sea Dogs

BILL TROUBH

2011 Inductee 2001 Pitcher 13 G, 8-1, 1.82 ERA, 74.1 IP, 102 SO 2001 Baseball America, Topps, USA Today and Sporting News Minor League Player of the year, posting a 14-1 record and a 1.54 ERA between Single-A Brevard County and Double-A Portland. Holds Sea Dogs Franchise Record for Most Strikeouts in a Month (57- August 2001). Tossed first 7 innings of combined no-hitter for Sea Dogs on 8/13/01 vs. Binghamton Mets Eastern League Player of the Month for August 2001. 2003 World Series MVP (Florida Marlins) 2007 World Series MVP (Red Sox) Finished 2nd in 2007 A.L. Cy Young Award Voting Three-Time Major League Baseball All-Star (2007,2009 & 2011)

JOSH BECKETT

Luis Aquino* Mike Cameron Manny Delcarmen Lenny DiNardo Jacoby Ellsbury Casey Fossum Chad Fox Chris Hammond* Jeremy Hermida Bobby Jenks* Charles Johnson

SEA DOGS REHAB ASSIGNMENTS
1994 2010 2010 2005,2006 2010 2003 2003 1994 2010 2011 1995 Jed Lowrie* Matt Mantei Daisuke Matsuzaka* Kevin Millar Wade Miller David Ortiz Gary Sheffield John Smoltz* Matt White

2009 1997 2009 2002 2005 2008 1994 2009 2003

* Not at Hadlock Field Norwich 1996 Norwich 1998

Notable Opponents who have done rehab assignments at Hadlock Field: Doc Gooden Norwich 1997 Tim Raines Jason Marquis Harrisburg 2010 Bernie Williams Hideki Matsui Trenton 2006

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sea DoGsaGe TiTle HisTory p playoff
1995 Northern Division Championship
Sea Dogs lost series 1-3

vs New Haven vs Binghamton vs Harrisburg vs Norwich vs Harrisburg vs Trenton vs Akron vs Trenton vs Akron vs Trenton vs Trenton

1996 Northern Division Championship
Sea Dogs won series 3-2

1996 Eastern League Championship
Sea Dogs lost series 1-3

1997 Northern Division Championship
Sea Dogs won series 3-2

1997 Eastern League Championship
Sea Dogs lost series 1-3

2005 Northern Division Championship
Sea Dogs won series 3-2

2005 Eastern League Championship
Sea Dogs lost series 1-3

2006 Northern Division Championship
Sea Dogs won series 3-1

2006 Eastern League Championship
Sea Dogs won series 3-2

2007 Northern Division Championship
Sea Dogs lost series 1-3

2008 Northern Division Championship
Sea Dogs lost 0-3

Sea Dogs Overall Playoff Record 20-27 SEA DOGS NOTES

The following players have played for the Sea Dogs both as a Marlins affiliate and a Red Sox Affiliate: Player Jeff Bailey Trace Coquillette Tim Hamulack Jesus Medrano Brett Roneberg Marlins 2001 2002 2002 2002 2001 Red Sox 2004-05 2004 2004 2004 2004

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Eastern League Playoff Procedures
ELIGIBLE CLUBS The top two clubs in each Division shall be eligible to compete in the Eastern League playoffs. Playoff eligibility is determined by won loss record of each team. In the event a club has played a different number of games, due to postponed or other reasons, standings will be determined by won loss record, with no regard to winning percentage. TIEBREAKERS In the case of ties the following tie- breakers shall be used: 1) In the event of a tie for first place, both teams shall make the playoffs, home field advantage shall be determined by the following tiebreakers, considered in the order in which they are listed: 1) Head to head record versus the tied team(s); 2) Runs scored versus the tied team(s); 3) Intra-division record; 4) coin flip. 2) In the event of a two-way tie for second place, the two teams shall meet in a one game playoff to determine who shall enter the playoffs. The site of the game will be determined by the tiebreakers listed in Section 1. 3) If three or more teams tie for first place, the tiebreakers listed in Section 1 shall be utilized to determine the first place team. In the event of a tie for first place between three teams, the second place team is to be determined from a tie between the two remaining teams by the tiebreaking system listed in Section 2. If the tie for second place is among three or more teams the tie-breaking system listed in Section 1 shall determine the second place team. In the event of three way ties, computation of the applicable tiebreakers will be determined by utilizing the aggregate record of one individual team versus the other two teams with whom the tie involves. PLAYOFF FORMAT 1) The first round shall consist of a best-of-five series with the top two teams in each division playing one another. The first place teams shall host games one, two, and five (if necessary), and the second place teams shall host games three and four (if necessary). 2) The winners of the two first round series shall enter a final playoff series to determine the Eastern League Champion. That series shall be a best of five series. The Northern Division team shall host games one and two in odd numbered years and games three, four (if necessary), and five (if necessary) in even numbered years. The Southern Division team shall host games one and two in even numbered years, and games three, four (if necessary), and five (if necessary) in odd numbered years.

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1994 CF – Jesus Tavarez RF – Eddie Christian 1B – Greg O’Halloran 3B – Terry Jorgensen LF -- Tim Clark C -- Charles Johnson SS-- Edison Renteria 2B – Ramon Martinez P – Javier De La Hoya Won 2-1 @ Reading (14) 1998 LF – Glenn Reeves 2B – Amaury Garcia CF -- Fletcher Bates 1B -- Nate Rolison SS -- Joe Funaro RF -- Jaime Jones C -- Mike Redmond 3B -- Brandon Cromer P -- Ryan Dempster Won 6-2 @ Harrisburg 2002 2B -- Jesus Medrano CF -- Anthony Iapoce 1B -- Adrian Gonzalez 3B -- Heath Honeycutt RF -- Matt Padgett DH -- Jose Santos LF -- Chris Aguila C -- Matt Treanor SS -- Wilson Valdez P -- Nate Robertson Won 9-2 @ New Britain 2006 2B -- David Bacani CF -- David Murphy DH -- Jeremy West 1B -- Luis Jimenez RF -- Brandon Moss C -- Alberto Concepcion SS -- Keoni De Renne 3B -- Chad Spann LF -- Matt Van Der Bosch P -- David Pauley Lost 5-1 @ Connecticut 2010 LF -- Ryan Kalish CF -- Che-Hsuan Lin 2B -- Nate Spears C -- Luis Exposito 1B -- Lars Anderson 3B -- Yamaico Navarro DH -- Chih-Hsien Chiang SS -- Jose Iglesias RF -- Jason Place P -- Felix Doubront Won 10-5 @ Reading 1995 CF – Robbie Katzaroff 2B – Ralph Milliard LF – Billy McMillion 1B –Tim Clark 3B – Lou Lucca RF – Chris Sheff C – Mike Redmond SS – Edgar Renteria P – Andy Larkin
Won 4-3 vs. Binghamton (12)

1996 2B -- Luis Castillo 3B -- Dave Berg CF -- Todd Dunwoody RF -- Chris Sheff 1B -- John Roskos LF -- Doug O’Neill C -- Mike Redmond SS -- Tony Torres P -- Will Cunnane Lost 9-7 @ Reading 2000 2B -- Pablo Ozuna LF -- Cesar Crespo RF -- Jaime Jones 1B -- Ross Gload 3B -- Heath Honeycutt DH -- Wynter Phoenix C -- Brandon Harper SS -- Enohal Polanco CF -- Quincy Foster P -- Scott Comer Lost 13-5 @ New Britain 2004 2B -- Jesus Medrano CF -- Sheldon Fulse 1B -- Mike O’Keefe DH -- Jeff Bailey LF -- Brett Roneberg 3B -- John Hattig RF -- Eric Johnson SS -- Kenny Perez C -- Edgar Martinez P -- Charlie Zink Lost 3-2 @ Altoona 2008 RF -- Sean Danielson 3B -- Tony Granadillo CF -- Bubba Bell 1B -- Aaron Bates LF -- Zach Daeges C -- Mark Wagner DH -- Jay Johnson 2B -- Ryan Khoury SS -- Iggy Suarez P -- Justin Masterson Won 3-0 @ New Britain

1997 LF -- Pookie Wilson 2B -- Victor Rodriguez CF -- Mark Kotsay 1B -- Kevin Millar DH -- John Roskos 3B -- Josh Booty RF -- Glenn reeves C- Ramsey Koeyers SS -- Alex Gonzalez P -- Brian Meadows Lost 2-0 @ Norwich (12) 2001 LF -- Quincy Foster SS -- Derek Wathan CF -- Abraham Nunez 1B -- Charles Smith RF -- Jaime Jones 3B -- Heath Honeycutt C -- Dusty Wathan DH -- Jeff Bailey 2B -- Drew Niles P -- Michael Tejera Won 2-1 vs. Trenton 2005 LF -- Chris Durbin 2B -- Dustin Pedroia SS -- Hanley Ramirez 3B -- Jared Sanberg 1B -- Jeremy West CF -- David Murphy RF -- Brandon Moss C -- Alberto Concepcion DH -- Sheldon Fulse P -- Jonathan Papelbon Won 4-2 vs. Norwich 2009 CF -- Josh Reddick RF -- Bubba Bell 1B -- Lars Anderson LF -- Aaron Bates C -- Mark Wagner DH -- Jon Still 3B -- Jorge Jimenez 2B --Ryan Khoury SS- Argenis Diaz P -- Junichi Tazawa Lost 3-0 vs Connecticut

1999 CF -- Julio Ramirez SS -- Pablo Ozuna 2B -- Matt Erickson DH -- Chris Norton 1B -- Nate Rolison RF -- Fletcher Bates LF -- Jon Heinrichs C -- Ryan Robertson 3B -- Joe Funaro P -- A.J. Burnett Lost 8-6 vs. New Britain 2003 SS -- Nelson Castro 2B -- Carlos Leon 3B -- Kevin Youkillis DH -- Justin Headley RF -- Justin Sherrod C -- Andy Dominique LF -- Tonayne Brown 1B -- Dustin Brisson CF -- Jeremy Owens P -- Jorge De La Rosa Lost 4-1 @ Trenton 2007 CF -- Jacoby Ellsbury LF -- Jeff Corsaletti 1B -- Jeff Natale RF -- Corey Keylor SS -- Jed Lowrie C -- Dusty Brown 3B -- Andrew Pickney DH -- Bryan Pritz 2B -- David Bacani P -- Tommy Hottovy Lost 8-6 vs. New Britain 2011 CF -- Che-Hsuan Lin LF -- Alex Hassan 1B -- Jorge Padron C -- Ryan Lavarnway RF -- Chih-Hsien Chiang 2B -- Oscar Tejeda 3B -- Will Middlebrooks DH -- Tim Federowicz SS -- Ryan Dent P -- Alex Wilson Won 4-3 vs. Reading

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aTTenDanCe
Year 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Openings 69 70 68 69 67 71 67 66 67 65 70 63 63 65 66 66 67 67 Total 375,197 429,763 408,503 397,117 398,800 402,582 370,702 383,022 382,738 405,021 434,684 396,277 400,534 421,368 412,403 404,709 390,772 369,424 Average 5,437 6,139 6,007 5,755 5,952 5,670 5,533 5,803 5,713 6,231 6,210 6,290 6,358 6,483 6,249 6,132 5,832 5,514 Sell Outs 47 48 46 30 23 18 12 23 12 36 15 28 20 24 27 16 10 6

Totals

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6,814,192

5,983

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Regular Season Attendance Records
Category
Largest Home Smallest Home Largest Day (H) Smallest Day (H) Largest Night (H) Smallest Night (H) Series, 4 Dates (H) Series, 4 Dates (R) Series, 3 Dates (H) Series, 3 Dates (R) Series, 2 Dates (H) Series, 2 Dates (R) Largest Road Smallest Road Day/ Night DH Season, Home Season, Road Season, Total 7,368* 2,698 7,368* 2,698 7,368* 2,701 29,321* 36,693 22,104* 32,563 14,736 14,307 14,105 201 12,884 434,684 357,876 773,819

Attendance

*Last Time Occured

08/23/11 04/08/97 05/29/11 04/08/97 08/23/11 04/11/11 05/25-5/28/07 08/6-08/9/98 08/04-08/06/09 08/22-08/24/97 07/17-07/19/08 08/19-08/21/97 08/23/97 06/01/04 6/4/05 2004 2011 2007

Date

Harrisburg Binghamton Trenton Binghamton Harrisburg Trenton Reading Bowie Altoona Bowie Trenton Trenton Bowie Bowie New Britain

Team

Portland ranked 38th out of 176 Minor League Baseball teams in overall attendance in 2011, 7th out of 30 Double-A teams, and 5th in the 12 team Eastern League.

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baseball in porTlanD & maine
Professional baseball in Maine dates back to the last century. Since 1901 and the advent of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues (Minor League Baseball’s governing body), professional baseball has called nine different Maine cities home, stretching from Calais to Old Orchard Beach. The Sea Dogs are Portland’s first entry since 1949, the last season of the Portland Pilots. Below is the summary of Portland’s professional baseball life since 1901 and a listing of other Maine professional baseball sites.

PORTLAND

Year League-Class 1907 Maine State-D 1908 Atlantic Association-D 1913 New England-B 1914 New England-B 1915 New England-B 1916 Eastern-A 1917 Eastern-A 1919 New England-B 1926 New England-B 1927 New England-B 1928 New England-B 1929 New England-B 1930 New England-B 1946 New England-B 1947 New England-B 1948 New England-B 1949 New England-B 1994 Eastern 1995 Eastern 1996 Eastern 1997 Eastern 1998 Eastern 1999 Eastern 2000 Eastern 2001 Eastern 2002 Eastern 2003 Eastern 2004 Eastern 2005 Eastern 2006 Eastern 2007 Eastern 2008 Eastern 2009 Eastern 2010 Eastern 2011 Eastern

Team Name Duffs Duffs Duffs Duffs Duffs Eskimos Eskimos Mariners Mariners Hustlers Gulls Pilots Pilots Pilots Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs Sea Dogs

W L 39 41 63 71 49 70 48 77 42 81 37 51 58 37 27 38 56 54 44 39 64 61 64 14 13 20 99 45 80 78 47 66 57 60 81 86 56 83 58 79 63 66 75 65 77 71 70 77 65 63 77 72 70 69 73 76 66 72 67 71 72 74 66 67 74 70 71 59 83

PCT. .488 .677 .591 .593 .647 .686 .468 .578 .404 .551 .378 .488 .519 .168 .360 .624 .537 .426 .606 .589 .556 .468 .458 .504 .542 .450 .507 .486 .535 .518 .497 .529 .475 .496 .415

GB 11.0 1.0 7.0 11.5 --4.0 19.0 1.0 20.0 11.5 19.0 19.0 5.5 59.5 41.5 7.0 15.5 22.0 ------16.5 27.0 11.5 10.0 13.0 7.0 15.5 --6.5 12.5 12.0 15.5 12.5 18.0

Finish 3rd 2nd* 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 6th 2nd** 7th 2nd 5th 5th 3rd# 8th 7th 3rd 3rd 4th 1st 1st 1st 3rd 3rd 4th 3rd 5th (T) 3rd 4th (T) 2nd (T) 4th 2nd 2nd 4th 3rd 6th

Attendance NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 75,083 117,606 83,100 375,197 429,763 408,503 397,117 398,800 402,582 370,702 383,022 382,738 405,021 434,684 396,277 400,534 421,368 412,403 404,709 390,772 369,424

OTHER MAINE CITIES
City Augusta Bangor Biddeford Calais Lewiston Old Orchard Beach Pine Tree Waterville

Year(s) 1907 1907, 1913, 1966*, 1997*, 2003*, 2004* 1907 1913 1908, 1914, 1915, 1919, 1926-1930 1984-1988 1907 1907* Independent League

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U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network
Broadcasts: All 142 Games (71 Home & 71 Away) plus all playoff games. Radio Broadcaster: Mike Antonellis (Eighth Season with the Sea Dogs and 16th in Minor League Baseball) Network Coverage begins 20 minutes prior to the first pitch on all affiliates. WPEI 95.5/95.9 - FM (Portland)* WOXO 92.7 - FM (South Paris/Oxford) WTBM 100.7 - FM (Rumford/Bethel) WEZR 1240 - AM (Lewiston/Auburn) WKTQ 1450 - AM (South Paris) WTME 780 - AM (Rumford) * Flagship Station

Sea Dogs on the World Wide Web

Listen world wide to all 142 Games (71 Home & 71 Away) plus all playoff games on the internet with Mike Antonellis at:

Sea Dogs Televised Games

For the tenth season, the New England Sports Network (NESN) will provide live coverage of select Portland SeaDogs’ home games in 2012. Broadcast Dates: May 26th vs New Britain @ 1pm Broadcasters: TBA

Sea Dogs Newspaper Coverage

Portland Press Herald/ Maine Sunday Telegram 390 Congress Street Portland, ME 04104 Phone: 207-791-6411 Fax: 207-791-6924 Beat Writer: Kevin Thomas http://www.pressherald.com Biddeford Journal Tribune PO Box 627 Biddeford, ME 04005 1-(888)-429-1535 Beat Writer: Dan Hickling www.journaltribune.com

Other Local Media WCSH TV - 6 (NBC)

1 Congress Square Portland, ME 04101 Phone: 207-828-6666 Fax: 207-828-6630 Sports Reporters: Lee Goldberg

WGME TV - 13 (CBS)

1335 Washington Ave Portland, ME 04103 Phone: 207-797-1313 Fax: 207-878-3505 Sports Reporters: Dave Eid & Evans Boston

425 Congress Street Portland, ME 04103 Phone: 207-775-1800 Fax: 207-782-2165 Sports Reporters: Travis Lee

WMTW TV - 8 (ABC)

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meDiaaGe TiTle p informaTion
CREDENTIAL APPLICATIONS – All news media will be asked to submit a written request for Sea Dogs’ press credentials on their official letterhead. Credentials may be picked up at the Hadlock Field “Will Call” window. SEASON CREDENTIALS – Season credentials will be issued only to those legitimate news gathering organizations who plan to cover the Sea Dogs on a daily basis. No spouses, guests or children of members of the press will be issued credentials. Press passes are not transferable. Credentialed members of the media are prohibited from requesting or accumulating autographs or equipment on the playing field or in the dugout or clubhouse. Any violation of these guidelines could result in immediate revocation of the credential and future access. Only credentials issued by the Sea Dogs, the Eastern League, the BBWAA or the Boston Red Sox will be honored. All credentials must be visible at all times. DAILY CREDENTIALS – Daily credentials will be issued to those legitimate news gathering organizations that do not qualify for season credentials. Any organization that anticipates the need for daily credentials must have a letter on file with the Sea Dogs. Requests may be sent via fax, but those requests must be made at least 48 hours in advance. Daily credentials are subject to the same restrictions as season credentials and any violation could result in immediate revocation of the credential and any future access. PHOTO CREDENTIALS – Credentials will be issued to those photographers on assignment for legitimate news gathering organizations and those representatives of companies licensed by Major League Baseball. Priority in all areas will be granted to news organizations on nightly deadlines. All photographs taken are to be used for news gathering purposes or officially licensed products. Any other use of photographs taken will be considered a violation of existing trademark and copyright restrictions. CLUBHOUSE ACCESS – Access to the Sea Dogs clubhouse both before and after games will be limited to those organizations that are filing stories on a nightly deadline. All media outlets will be asked to do any interviews on the field prior to each game. Clubhouse access will be granted to all media when special situations arise, as determined by the Sea Dogs. Pre-game access to the clubhouse will be determined by the Sea Dogs field staff. The clubhouse will be open to the media no later then 15 minutes after the conclusion of games. Policies regarding access between games of doubleheaders and during rain delays will be determined by the Sea Dogs field manager. Access to the visiting clubhouse is subject to the visiting club’s guidelines. FIELD ACCESS – All credentialed members of the media will be given access to the playing field prior to each game. No media will be allowed in fair territory or beyond first and third base. All non-uniformed personnel must clear the field at the conclusion of visitor’s batting practice unless that individual has credentials expressly for in-game privileges (photo passes, pre-game ceremonies, etc.). LIVE TRANSMISSIONS – Television and radio stations not holding broadcast rights for Sea Dogs’ games will be allowed to transmit live reports prior to and after Sea Dogs games. All live television shots will be arranged by the Sea Dogs and the requesting media member. No live shots will be permitted from the clubhouses. No live transmissions inside the stadium by non-rights holders will be permitted while the rights holders are on the air or while the game is in progress. Radio stations will be permitted to provide “scene setters” and score updates between innings but these reports may not continue once an inning is underway. Any violation of these policies could result in revocation of credentials. ROVING CAMERAS – Roving cameras are permitted at Hadlock Field for Sea Dogs games upon approval of the Sea Dogs. After permission is granted, cameras are permitted to roam public areas. While roving, all photographers must not block any aisles or the view of any fans. Failure to adhere to these guidelines could result in the revocation of roving privileges for both the individual and for the news organization that individual represents.

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PRESS BOX – Admission to the Hadlock Field Press Box will be limited to those individuals with appropriate credentials, working media only will be permitted. These include Sea Dogs season and single-game credentials, BBWAA cards, appropriately identified members of the Sea Dogs, the Eastern League and the Boston Red Sox. No guests are permitted in the Press Box. Seating in the Press Box is limited, priority is given to all media working with nightly deadlines. The Portland Press Herald and the Associated Press have reserved spots throughout the season. PRESS NOTES - Press notes, releases, player statistics, league standings, and other statistics will be available to the media in the press box no later than 45 minutes prior to each scheduled start. Following the game, box scores are available to the media. Any other specific statistics from the game may be obtained by making a request to the Media Relations Department. Please contact the Sea Dogs Media Relations Office if you would like to have any of this material e-mailed to you on a daily basis. Press notes are also available online at www.seadogs.com. INTERVIEW REQUESTS -All interview requests should be scheduled through the Sea Dogs Media Relations Department in advance. Interviews are available before and after Sea Dogs batting practice. Interviews during batting practice may only take place with the manager’s permission and permitting that the interview does not interfere with the subject’s pre-game routine (stretching, hitting, running, fielding, etc.). Pre and post game interviews are available whenever possible. PHOTO & INFORMATION REQUESTS - Any legitimate news gathering agency may submit a request to the Sea Dogs Media Relations department for any photos or various statistics for both past and present players. STANDARD GAME TIMES: April, May: Monday-Friday 6:00PM; Saturday-Sunday 1:00PM June-September: Monday-Friday 7:00PM; Saturday 6:00PM; Sunday 1:00PM BATTING & INFIELD PRACTICE SCHEDULE: Game Time 12:00PM 1:00PM Home Infield Until 9:30 Until 10:30 Home BP 9:30-10:15 10:30-11:15 Visitors BP 10:15-11:00 11:15-12:00 Visitors Infield 11:00-11:15 12:00-12:15 Grounds Crew 11:15-11:55 12:15-12:55 6:00PM Until 3:30 3:30-4:15 4:15-5:00 5:00-5:15 5:15-5:55 7:00PM Until 4:30 4:30-5:15 5:15-6:00 6:00-6:15 6:15-6:55

Practice times are subject to change due to weather, pre-game activities, and the manager’s discretion without notice. SEA DOGS MEDIA RELATIONS CONTACTS: Chris Cameron Assistant GM/Dir. of Media Relations ccameron@seadogs.com Larry Hall Media Relations Assistant lhall@seadogs.com 207-874-9300 207-780-0317-fax Mike Antonellis Director of Broadcasting mantonellis@seadogs.com Dan Acheson Broadcasting Assistant dacheson@seadogs.com

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How DiD you GeT THaT?
Qualifying Marks: To qualify for a minor league batting title, a player must have a minimum of 383 plate appearances. To qualify for earned run average championship, a pitcher must have at least 114 innings pitched. Determining Batting Average: Divide the number of hits by the number of at-bats (at-bats do not include walks, sacrifices, hit by pitches, or times awarded first base on interference or obstruction). Determining Earned Run Average: Divide the number of earned runs by the number of innings pitched and multiply by nine. Determining a Save: A pitcher is credited with a save when he meets the following conditions: 1. He is the last pitcher in a game won by his club. 2. He is not the winning pitcher. 3. He meets one of the following: A. He enters the game with a lead of no more than three runs and pitches at least one inning, or B. He enters the game with the potential tying run either on base, at-bat, on-deck, or C. He pitches effectively for at least three innings in relief. Determining Slugging Percentage: Divide the total bases of all hits by the total times at-bat. Determining Fielding Percentage: Divide the total number of putouts and assists by the total number of putouts, assists, and errors. Determining On-Base Percentage: Divide the number of times reached base by the number of plate appearances (which include at-bats, walks, hit by pitch, and times interfered by catcher). Determining Magic Number: Take the total number of games yet to be played, add one, then subtract the number of games ahead in the loss column of the standing from the closest opponent. Major League Rookie Status: Not more than 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched in the Major Leagues during a previous season or seasons, nor more than 45 days on a Major League roster during the 25-player limit. Consecutive Game Playing Streak: A player streak shall be extended if the player plays during a half inning on defense, or if he completes a time at-bat by reaching base or being put out. A pinchrunning appearance shall not extend a streak. If a player is ejected from a game before he can comply with the requirements of this rule, his streak shall continue.

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HaDloCk fielD GiTle rules paGe T rounD
A-HOME RUNS 1-From the left field foul line to the vertical yellow line left of the message center, the ball must clear the fence to be a home run. A ball hit to the right of the vertical yellow line that is located to the left of the message center and above the billboards is a home run. If a ball strikes any signage and/or any netting above the left field fence, it is considered above the fence and therefore a home run. Any ball hitting the left field wall in fair territory and bouncing out of play is a ground rule double. 2-From the yellow line to the left of the message center to the U.S. Cellular Pavilion is a home run if it clears the bottom fence. 3-From the start of the U.S. Cellular Pavilion to the right field foul pole, a ball must clear all levels of signage to be a home run. B-SCOREBOARD 1-A ball that hits the net in front of the scoreboard is in play. 2-If a ball becomes lodged between the net and the scoreboard, it is a ground rule double. C-DUGOUTS 1-There is a white line around the area where the batboys and photographers sit. If the ball crosses those lines it is a dead ball. 2-If the ball bounces off the lip of the dugout back onto the field then the ball is alive. If it goes into the dugout it is a dead ball. 3-If the ball hits the straight vertical portion of the padding on the dugout it is in play, provided it remains on the field and doesn’t cross the white lines (mentioned above in C-1). 4-If the ball hits the inclined portion of the padding it is a dead ball. D-TARP 1-Draw an imaginary line from the far end of the tarp to the fencing that juts out (section P1). If the ball goes over this line it is a dead ball. 2-A player may not elevate himself onto the tarp to catch a ball but he may lean over it. E-BACKSTOP 1-Once the ball touches the netting on a foul pop, it is a dead ball.

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