ALLIANCE BANK STADIUM

Alliance Bank Stadium Information
First Game April 3, 1997 vs. Norfolk Tides (L, 13-6) Seating Capacity 11,071 Parking Capacity 3,600 Dimensions 8’ Wall, LF – 330’ LCF – 385’ CF – 400’ RCF – 350’ RF – 330’ Playing Surface Natural Grass Managed and Owned by County of Onondaga Largest Crowd May 7, 2010, Syracuse vs. Gwinnett – 14,098 STADIUM HISTORY – Construction of Alliance Bank Stadium began in July of 1995 and was completed 15 months later. The $28 million stadium, through the cooperative venture of Onondaga County, the Empire State Development Corporation, the City of Syracuse, the Syracuse Chiefs, and the Toronto Blue Jays, was officially opened on April 2, 1997 at the Stadium Dedication Ceremony. SMOKING POLICY – For the health and comfort of all fans, Onondaga County advises that smoking is prohibited in all seating sections, rest rooms, concourse areas, press box and suites in Alliance Bank Stadium. EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES – Emergency treatment is available at the First Aid Stations located on the concourse level behind section 210 on the third base side. ATM – The stadium ATMs are located next to the Whistlestop Souvenir Store on the main concourse behind Section 203 and next to Stadium Guest Services behind section 202. PUBLIC TELEPHONES – Pay telephones are located in the stadium on the concourse level by the main elevators. Pay telephones are also located outside the stadium Executive Offices to the left of Home Plate Entry. SECURITY OFFICES – The stadium Security Offices are located on the main concourse level behind section 210 next to the First Aid Station on the third base side. SECURITY AT THE GATE – No bags, backpacks, sport/gym bags or other carry luggage will be allowed into Alliance Bank Stadium. Stadium Security and Staff reserves the right to inspect all purses, pocket books, fanny packs, etc. on any person at any time. Fans may carry into the stadium personal belongings such as umbrellas, blankets, etc. STADIUM CONCESSIONS – No food and/or beverages may be brought into Alliance Bank Stadium except for medical reasons. Concession stands are located throughout the stadium to serve your hunger and thirst needs. Ovations is the official concessionaire of Alliance Bank Stadium. Stadium Security and Staff reserves the right to confiscate any food and/or beverages that are brought into Alliance Bank Stadium ALLIANCE BANK STADIUM PRE-GAME SCHEDULE 10:30 12:00 2:00 5:00 8:00 9:30 11:30 2:30 8:45 10:15 12:15 3:15 9:30 11:00 1:00 4:00 9:35 11:05 1:05 4:05 9:45 11:15 1:15 4:15 9:55 11:25 1:25 4:25 10:20 11:50 1:50 4:50 10:26 11:56 1:56 4:56

GAME TIME Chiefs Hitting Visitors Hitting FIELD CREW Chiefs Infield Visitors Infield FIELD CREW Umpires National Anthem

6:00 3:30 4:15 5:00 5:05 5:15 5:25 5:50 5:56

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2012 MEDIA GUIDE TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chiefs Organization 2 2012 SYRACUSE CHIEFS Tony Beasley, Manager 3 Greg Booker, Pitching Coach 4 Troy Gingrich, Hitting Coach 5 Atsushi Toriida, Trainer 5 Players 6-38 2011 REVIEW Game-by-Game Results 39-40 Chiefs Batting Stats 41-42 Chiefs Pitching Stats 43-44 Chiefs Defensive Stats 45 Highs & Lows 46 Attendance 47 SYRACUSE BASEBALL HISTORY Historical Attendance 47 Year-by-Year 48-49 Opening Day Line-ups 50-52 Home Openers 53 All-Time Roster 54-64 Single Game Records 65 Consecutive Game Records 66 Single Season Records 67 All-Time Batting Records 68 .300 Hitters, 5-hit games 69 Home Runs 70 RBI 70 Stolen Bases 71 All-Time Pitching Records 72 Wins/Saves Leaders 73 Low-Hit Games 74 Longest Games 75 WASHINGTON NATIONALS Nationals Club Directory 76 Nationals 2011 Stats 77 Nationals Org. Leaders 78 Nationals 2011 Draft Picks 79 Baseball America Ranks the Nats 79 Affiliation Information 80 Harrisburg Senators 81 Potomac Nationals 82 Hagerstown Suns 83 Auburn Doubledays 84 Gulf Coast Nationals 85 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE International League Office Governor’s Cup 2011 Playoffs Syracuse Playoff History IL Batting/Pitching Records 2011 IL Final Standings 2011 IL Leaders IL Team Stats, Weekly Awards Syracuse IL Awards/All Stars Syracuse vs. the IL Buffalo Bisons Charlotte Knights Columbus Clippers Durham Bulls Gwinnett Braves Indianapolis Indians Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs Louisville Bats Norfolk Tides Pawtucket Red Sox Rochester Red Wings Scranton/WB Yankees Toledo Mud Hens 2011 Thruway Series IL Umpires, Crews, & Schedule MISCELLANEOUS Media Information Radio Affiliations Rules of Interest Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame INDEX OF FILLER Pre-game on-field Schedule 2011 Miscellaneous Info Gold Glove Winners Syracuse Managers Syracuse’s Family Tree Shutouts (Consecutive, DH) Best/Worst Starts 2011 Player of the Week Award Syracuse Road Trip Mileage Stadium Ground Rules 86 86 87 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108-109 110-111 112 113-115 116-118 In-Cover 44 44 49 64 72 80 91 93 109

Copyright 2012 Syracuse Chiefs Baseball Club. All rights reserved. All information is current to March 28, 2012. Entire contents are the property of the Syracuse Chiefs Baseball Club and cannot be reprinted in whole or in part without permission of the Syracuse Chiefs Baseball Club. For additional information, contact John Simone at (315) 474-7833 or via email at baseball@syracusechiefs.com. Contributions by: Jason Benetti, Kevin Brown, Bill Spaulding, John Nolan, Tom Matschiner Photos courtesy of: Glenn Gaston, Washington Nationals and Syracuse Chiefs Cover photo courtesy of: Glenn Gaston

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COMMUNITY BASEBALL CLUB OF CNY, INC.
SYRACUSE CHIEFS
Alliance Bank Stadium One Tex Simone Dr. Syracuse, NY 13208 Telephone: (315) 474-7833 Fax: (315) 474-2658 Web Site: www.syracusechiefs.com Email: baseball@syracusechiefs.com

OFFICERS
Board Chairman President Vice President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Assistant Treasurer Charlie Rich William Dutch Patricia Campbell Alfred Matt Douglas Logan Joseph LaGuardia Jay Wason, Jr.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
J. Patrick Barrett Clarence Dunham William Eberhardt Ronald Gersbacher Al Halstead Neil Katz Anton Kreuzer Crandall Melvin III Frank Mento Stephen A. Rogers Richard Ryan Peter Sala Michael Santaro Robert Scalione Michael Scanlon Frederick Sears Paul Soloman Donald Waful Tex Simone John Simone Don Lehtonen Mike Voutsinas Paul Fairbanks Wendy Shoen Joshua Jones Jason Benetti Kevin Brown BJ Hayes Priscilla Venditti Brandon Massey Ariel Shoen Kevin Barry Eileen Spath Chris Coonrad Ron Gersbacher Jorge Gonzalez Jody Pucello John Stewart Dr. James Tucker Dr. Michael Kernan Dr. John Cannizzaro Dr. Timothy Palma Dr. Michael Roth Dr. Marc Safran Dr. Bill Dutch

FRONT OFFICE
Executive Vice President/COO General Manager Asst. General Manager, Finance Asst. General Manager, Marketing & Promotions Director, Sales Director, Merchandising Director, Ticket Sales Director, Communications Asst. Director, Communications Account Executive Administrative Assistant Operations Assistant Community Relations Assistant Director, Video Asst. Director, Video Ovations (Concessionaire) Team Historian Home Clubhouse Attendant Visitor Clubhouse Attendant Head Groundskeeper Internist Internist Orthopedist Dentist Optometrist Ophthalmologist Podiatrist

HONORARY DIRECTORS
*Phil Allen, *Clayton Andrews, Joel Banowit, *Harold Berman, *William T. Bolton, *Dr. Arthur Colasanti, Mary Cotter, *John Cowmeadow, *Glenn Dawley, *Judge John Farnham, Warren Frank, Caryl Frawley, Linda Gray, *Tom Higgins, Richard Hobert, Phillip Hudson, Walter Ilse, Jr., *Bob Johnson, *Doug Johnson, James Johst, Luke LaPorta, *Charles R. Lee, *Armand Magnarelli, *John E. McAuliffe, *Harry Marley, *Hy Miller, Rev. Charles Mills, *Royal O’Day, Bill Ohlendorf, *Bob Olsen, Richard Planner, *Peter Regitano, *Stephen Rogers, *Anthony Santaro, Erwin Schultz, George Schunck, *Frank Swanson, *John Terry, *John Vanderwege, David Weatherup, *Al Werthheimer, Peter Winkleman, Craig Williams (*Deceased)

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COACHING STAFF

MANAGER

Tony Beasley
Bats: Right Height: 5’8” Throws: Right Weight: 160 Born: 12/05/1966 in Fredericksburg, VA Opening Day Age: 45
Tony Beasley joins the Syracuse Chiefs after 2011 manager Randy Knorr was hired as the Nationals' bench coach. Last season, in his first back with the organization, Beasley steered the Double-A Harrisburg Senators to the Eastern League playoffs. Harrisburg won the league's Western Division and finished the year with a record of 80-62. Beasley spent the three seasons prior to joining the Nationals as a member of the Pittsburgh Pirates' major-league staff, including a stint as the team's third base coach. In his first stint with Washington, Beasley was the third base coach for the Nationals in their second year back in the nation's capital, 2006. Beasley spent five seasons managing in the Pirates' Minor League system. In each of his five seasons, his team qualified for the playoffs. Overall, his record is 452-320, a winning percentage of .585. In 2002, Beasley's Hickory Crawdads--a team featuring Jose Bautista--won the South Atlantic League title. He has three times been selected as a classification's Manager of the Year by Baseball America (Low-A 2002 & 2003, Double-A 2004). Beasley was chosen by the Baltimore Orioles in the 19th round of the 1989 entry draft before being traded by the Orioles to the Pittsburgh Pirates in September of 1991. He played nine years in the Orioles and Pirates organizations. Beasley became a player/coach in 1998 and then retired to become a full-time coach in the Pirates organization in 1999. As a player, he was a 1990 and 1991 Carolina League All-Star and a 1996 Southern League All-Star. Beasley hit .260 in 859 Minor League games with 22 HR and 243 RBI.
MANGERIAL RECORD YR W-L (PCT) Club (Lg) 2001 48-26 (.649) Williamsport (New York-Penn) 2002 83-56 (.597) Hickory (South Atlantic) 2003 82-54 (.603) Hickory (South Atlantic) 2004 85-56 (.603) Altoona (Eastern) 2005 76-66 (.535) Altoona (Eastern) 2011 80-62 (.563) Harrisburg (Eastern) CAREER 454-320 (.587) OTHER COACHING POSITIONS YR Position - Club (Organization) 1999 Hitting Coach - Gulf Coast Pirates (Pirates) 2000 Hitting Coach - Lynchburg (Pirates) 2006 Third Base Coach - Washington Nationals 2008 Hitting Coach - Pittsburgh Pirates 2009 Hitting Coach - Pittsburgh Pirates 2010 Hitting Coach - Pittsburgh Pirates PLAYING CAREER YR CLUB
89 90 91 92 93 95 96 97 98 Erie Frederick Frederick Salem Carolina Carolina Buffalo Carolina Carolina Carolina Calgary Carolina

Finish Co-league champions (Brooklyn) League champions Lost in Semi-Finals Lost in Finals Lost in Semi-Finals Lost in Semi-Finals

League Gulf Coast Carolina NL NL NL NL R
21 17 21 43 13 51 29 7 0 1 27 27

LG
PIO SAL PIO SAL FSL SOU INT SOU MLB MLB INT INT

AVG
.270 .264 .292 .234 .262 .276 .260 .176 .000 .263 .272 .272

G
55 46 26 117 33 116 91 24 3 8 61 61

AB
215 129 106 364 122 392 342 74 1 19 228 228

H
58 34 31 85 32 108 89 13 0 5 62 62

2B
13 4 7 13 6 12 20 4 0 0 13 13

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 6 10 9 6 13 5 0 0 1 11 11 32 21 24 42 23 64 44 4 0 2 27 27 17 6 5 41 6 31 23 10 1 1 17 17 53 46 26 91 21 83 58 18 1 5 38 38 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

Minor League Totals: .271 1170 4022 460 1089 225

7 112 567 368 810

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PITCHING COACH

Greg Booker
Bats: Right Height: 6’6” Throws: Right Weight: 233 Born: 6/22/1960, Lynchburg, VA Opening Day Age: 51
Greg Booker returns to the Chiefs coaching staff for his third year with the team. Booker spent eight seasons in the major leagues as a pitcher with the San Diego Padres (1983-1989), the Minnesota Twins (1989) and the San Francisco Giants (1990)...After leaving the pro ranks, Booker returned to where his pro career started as a coach with the Padres. Working in San Diego from 1997-2003, he oversaw pitchers like Kevin Brown, Trevor Hoffman, Jake Peavy, and Oliver Perez. The team also went to the World Series and faced the Yankees in 1998...Booker recently worked as a scout in the Colorado Rockies organization...He is the son-in-law of former major league manager Jack McKeon...Booker resides in Elon, N.C. in the off-season with his wife Kristi. They have four children, including one who is a player in the Orioles minor league system. YR 1993 1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2004 2005 2010 2011 Position - Club (Organization) Pitching - Kinston (Cleveland) Pitching - Kinston (Cleveland) Pitching - Canton/Akron (Cleveland) Bullpen - San Diego Padres Bullpen - San Diego Padres Bullpen - San Diego Padres Bullpen - San Diego Padres Bullpen/Pitching - San Diego Padres Pitching - San Diego Padres Pitching - San Diego Padres Pitching - San Diego Padres Pitching - Asheville (Rockies) Pitching - Asheville (Rockies) Pitching - Syracuse (Nationals) Pitching - Syracuse (Nationals)
LG
NW CAL PCL MLB PCL MLB MLB PCL PCL MLB MLB MLB MLB PCL MLB PCL MLB

League Carolina Carolina Eastern NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL South Atlantic South Atlantic International International
SV IP H
55 160 120 18 46 67 20 46 148 10 62 68 15 57 11 83 7

PLAYING CAREER YR CLUB
81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 Walla Walla Reno Las Vegas SAN DIEGO Las Vegas SAN DIEGO SAN DIEGO Las Vegas Las Vegas SAN DIEGO SAN DIEGO SAN DIEGO SAN DIEGO Portland MINNESOTA Phoenix SAN FRANCISCO

W-L ERA
2-3 5.26 8-13 6.35 5-6 5.54 0-1 7.72 1-1 5.40 1-1 3.30 0-1 6.85 1-1 5.40 8-9 5.25 1-0 1.64 1-1 3.16 2-2 3.39 0-1 4.26 0-3 6.07 0-0 4.16 2-4 4.58 0-0 13.50

G
11 27 46 6 10 31 17 10 36 9 44 34 11 14 6 49 2

GS
11 27 6 1 7 1 0 7 16 0 0 2 0 11 0 0 0

R
43 133 77 10 34 27 17 34 89 5 29 31 10 35 4 46 3

ER
31 114 63 10 27 21 17 27 75 2 24 24 9 31 4 37 3

BB
35 157 68 9 34 27 17 34 65 4 30 19 10 22 2 36 0

SO
25 81 58 5 16 28 7 16 71 7 17 43 8 23 3 29 1

0 53.0 0 161.2 1 102.1 0 11.2 1 45.0 0 57.1 0 22.1 1 45.0 4 128.2 0 11.0 1 68.1 0 63.2 0 19.0 0 46.0 0 8.2 10 72.2 0 2.0

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: 5-7 3.89 Minor League Totals: 30-42 5.58

161 202

4 87

1 264.0 16 665.0

278 735

136 494

114 412

118 441

119 326

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HITTING COACH

Troy Gingrich
Bats: Left Height: 5’10” Throws: Left Weight: 170 Born: 1/17/1977, West Covina, CA Opening Day Age: 35
Tony Gingrich joins the Chiefs in his ninth season as a coach in the Nationals' farm system. For the last four of those years, Gingrich has mentored the hitters with Washington's Double-A franchise, the Harrisburg Senators. Prior to that stint, Gingrich was the hitting coach at Advanced-A Potomac for three seasons and at Short Season-A Vermont for one campaign. Prior to his retirement as a player in 2004, Gingrich played in 369 games in the Expos' minor league chain. Gingrich lives in San Diego in the off-season with his wife and twin sons.
COACHING CAREER YR Position - Club (Organization) 2004 Hitting - Vermont (Nationals) 2008 Hitting - Harrisburg (Nationals) 2009 Hitting - Harrisburg (Nationals) 2010 Hitting - Harrisburg (Nationals) 2011 Hitting - Harrisburg (Nationals)
PLAYING CAREER YR CLUB
00 01 02 03

League New York-Penn Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern
R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
1 1 3 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 5 12 15 0 29 0 14 4 9 31 37 3 48 0 38 2 16 32 37 10 69 0 63 5 5 13 6 0 12 0 16 2

Vermont Cape Fear Jupiter Harrisburg Brevard County Harrisburg Brevard County Harrisburg

LG

NYP SAL FSL EAS FSL EAS FSL EAS

AVG

.292 .250 .241 .000 .237 .333 .217 .267

16 44 70 13 111 1 94 20

G

AB

65 144 199 34 334 3 318 45

12 21 30 0 46 0 45 5

19 36 48 0 79 1 69 12

3 8 9 0 10 0 14 2

2 3 7 0 8 0 6 1

Minor League Totals:

.231

369 1142 159 264

46

11

6

79 168 232

54

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TRAINER

Atsushi Toriida
Opening Day Age: 37 Years in Professional Baseball: 10
Personal: Atsushi Toriida returns for his second season with the Chiefs staff...Previously, Toriida spent two years as head trainer for Harrisburg...he spent 2008 as the head athletic trainer for Potomac, and served in the same capacity with Hagerstown in 2007 and Savannah in 2006. From 2003-2005, Toriida enjoyed three years as the head athletic trainer for Vermont of the NYPenn League. After receiving his graduate degree from Plymouth State College, Toriida began his career in baseball in 2002 as the assistant trainer for the Rockford River Hawks of the Independent Frontier League. Atsushi and his wife Nana have two children.

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PLAYERS

PITCHER (R)

Erik Arnesen
Bats: Right Height: 6’3” Throws: Right Weight: 260 Born: 3/19/1984 in Princeton, NJ Opening Day Age: 28 Obtained: Selected in 17th round of 2006 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Went to the Eastern League Playoffs with Double-A Harrisburg in 2011 MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Cory Van Allen (Vermont ’06/Hagerstown ’07/Harrisburg ‘09), Justin Maxwell (Vermont ’06), Jerry Browne (Hitting Coach—Hagerstown ’07/Potomac ‘09), Darnell Coles (Manager—Hagerstown ’08), Trent Jewett (Manager—Potomac ’09) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Drafted out of Grove City College, located about an hour north of Pittsburgh…struck out 146 batters in 135 innings and a third in his career at Grove City…went 14-3… attended high school at Timothy Christian in Piscataway, NJ Transactions: N/A YR CLUB
06 07 08 09 10 11 Vermont Hagerstown Hagerstown Potomac Potomac Harrisburg Syracuse Harrisburg Syracuse Harrisburg

LG
NYP SAL SAL CAR CAR EAS INT EAS INT EAS

W-L ERA
1-3 6-7 6-4 4-3 4-1 8-6 6-8 2-2 0-2 8-4 4.56 4.61 3.97 4.46 2.23 3.87 3.95 2.81 3.57 2.43

G
12 24 25 8 6 22 21 13 3 26

GS
8 15 7 7 6 7 18 5 3 16

SV

IP

H
61 119 88 45 37 133 107 36 22 114

R
28 65 37 24 16 59 53 15 7 43

ER
25 48 36 21 8 53 47 13 7 34

BB
11 19 21 8 7 26 31 7 3 24

SO
32 51 75 36 25 91 70 35 15 122

0 49.1 0 93.2 0 81.2 0 42.1 0 32.1 0 123.1 0 107.0 2 41.2 0 17.2 1 126.0

Minor League Totals:

45-40 3.68

160

106

3 715.0

762

347

292

157

552

PITCHER (R)

Mitch Atkins
Bats: Right Height: 6’3” Throws: Right Weight: 230 Born: 10/1/1985 in Browns Summit, NC Opening Day Age: 26 Obtained: Signed as a free agent, February 9, 2012.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Two-time Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Week… 2008 Southern League All-Star with Tennessee… 2007 Florida State League All-Star with Daytona… 2006 Midwest League All-Star with Peoria. MLB info: Appeared in seven games for the Chicago Cubs in 2009 and 2010...also started three games for Baltimore in 2011. Played with/for: Russ Canzler (Arizona Cubs ‘04), Jesus Valdez (Boise ‘05/Peoria ‘06/Daytona ‘07), Alfonso Soriano (Chicago Cubs ’09-’10), Vladimir Guerrero (Baltimore ’11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Did not attend college...drafted out of Northeast Guilford High School…first MLB player drafted out of Guilford County Schools since the 1960s Transactions: Selected in 7th Round of 2004 First-Year Player Draft by Chicago Cubs...signed by Orioles Nov. 15, 2010

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YR CLUB
04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 AZL Cubs Boise Peoria Daytona Tennessee Tennessee Iowa Iowa CHICAGO Iowa CHICAGO Frederick Bowie Norfolk BALTIMORE

LG
AZL NOR MID FSL SOU SOU PCL PCL NL PCL NL CAR EAS INT AL

W-L ERA
2-2 3-6 13-4 8-7 1-1 9-6 8-1 8-12 0-0 8-3 0-0 0-1 1-2 3-7 0-0 7.89 5.03 2.41 3.13 5.54 3.76 4.47 6.58 0.00 3.63 6.30 3.00 3.38 5.44 8.44

G
10 15 25 20 7 18 10 27 2 28 5 2 4 17 3

GS
8 15 25 20 4 18 10 27 0 15 0 2 4 17 3

SV
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

IP
29.2 73.1 138.1 115.0 26.0 110.0 54.1 146.1 2.0 106.2 10.0 9.0 26.2 94.1 10.2

H
42 85 110 99 30 107 48 164 1 98 12 7 21 95 21

R
33 45 47 51 18 58 29 113 0 49 8 3 13 63 10

ER
26 41 37 40 16 46 27 107 0 43 7 3 3 57 10

BB
14 30 53 31 11 27 23 52 0 42 6 0 11 37 3

SO
20 59 127 88 18 88 44 127 0 76 10 14 19 74 7

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

0-0 6.75 64-52 4.39

10 183

3 165

0 22.2 1 929.2

34 906

18 522

17 453

9 331

17 754

PITCHER (L)

Mike Ballard
Bats: Right Height: 6’2” Throws: Left Weight: 180 Born: 2/6/1984 in Norfolk, VA Opening Day Age: 28 Obtained: Signed as a free agent, December 27, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Lost in finals of Texas League Playoffs in 2008…lost to Arkansas Travelers (Angels)…lost in semifinals of Pacific Coast League Playoffs in 2010…lost to Memphis 3-0 MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues. Played with/for: Zach Phillips (Clinton ’07), John Mayberry (Bakersfield ’07), Elvis Andrus (Frisco ’08), Mitch Moreland (Frisco ’09), Chad Tracy (Frisco ’09/Oklahoma City ’10) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Drafted after three seasons at the University of Virginia...same school as Ryan Zimmerman and Brandon Guyer Transactions: Drafted in the 2002 and 2005 First-Year Player Drafts by the Twins (did not sign)...drafted in the 14th round of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft by the Rangers YR CLUB
06 07 08 09 10 11 Spokane Clinton Bakersfield Frisco Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Frisco Oklahoma City Norfolk Bowie

LG

NOR MID CAL TEX PCL PCL TEX PCL INT EAS

W-L ERA
2-7 9-4 5-3 8-3 3-1 1-2 7-6 6-8 2-4 8-3 5.68 3.93 4.99 4.02 6.81 5.14 3.71 5.09 4.91 3.33

18 14 14 17 8 8 20 29 10 17

G

GS

13 14 14 16 8 4 18 18 9 26

SV

0 63.1 0 75.2 0 88.1 0 96.1 0 38.1 0 28.0 0 123.2 0 111.1 0 51.1 0 108.0

IP

78 87 96 113 57 29 134 142 66 89

H

49 41 52 46 30 18 60 72 31 46

R

ER

40 33 49 43 29 16 51 63 28 40

BB

19 14 22 34 7 4 26 33 17 13

SO

41 59 72 72 23 16 80 73 38 112

Minor League Totals:

51-43 4.50

155

130

0 784.1

891

445

392

189

586

OUTFIELDER

Roger Bernadina
Bats: Left Height: 6’2’’ Throws: Left Weight: 200 Born: 6/12/1984 in Curacao, Netherlands Opening Day Age: 27 Obtained: Signed as a non-drafted free agent, November 3, 2001.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: No. 10 prospect in the Expos minor league system in 2004...nicknamed “The Shark” for how he runs down balls in the outfield

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MLB info: Played parts of the last four years with Washington...hit .243 with 7 HR and 27 RBI in 91 games in 2011...played 134 games in 2010, hitting .246 with 11 HR and 47 RBI...has stolen 38 career bases and been caught just eight times Positions played: OF (1,033) Played with/for: Armando Galarraga (GCL Nationals ‘02/Savannah ‘04), Ian Desmond (Savannah ‘05/ Potomac ‘06/Harrisburg ‘08/Syracuse ‘09/Washington ‘09-’11), Tony Batista (Columbus ‘07-’08), Ryan Zimmerman (Washington ‘08-’11), Mike Morse (Syracuse ‘09’-’10/Washington ‘09-’11), Adam Dunn (Washington ‘09’10), Stephen Strasburg (Syracuse ‘10/Washington ‘10-’11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Did not attend college...signed out of the Netherlands at age 17 Transactions: N/A YR CLUB
02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

GCL Expos Savannah Savannah Savannah Potomac Harrisburg Columbus Harrisburg Columbus WASHINGTON GCL Nationals Syracuse WASHINGTON Syracuse WASHINGTON Syracuse WASHINGTON

LG

GCL SAL SAL SAL CAR EAS INT EAS INT MLB GCL INT MLB INT MLB INT MLB

AVG

.276 .237 .240 .233 .270 .270 .167 .323 .351 .211 .250 .167 .250 .377 .246 .250 .243

57 77 129 122 123 97 13 73 47 26 2 5 3 14 134 46 91

G

AB

196 278 450 417 434 371 42 266 191 76 4 18 4 61 414 164 309

22 36 67 64 60 58 6 47 33 10 0 1 1 8 52 26 40

R

54 66 108 97 117 100 7 86 67 16 1 3 1 23 102 41 75

H

2B

7 12 24 15 19 15 3 11 13 1 0 0 1 2 18 9 12

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 3 7 3 3 2 0 7 3 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 2 3 4 7 12 6 6 0 5 4 0 0 0 0 2 11 6 7 18 39 68 54 42 36 1 38 16 2 0 0 0 8 47 14 27 19 19 60 75 56 38 9 31 16 9 0 4 1 6 35 18 22 25 53 113 92 98 80 11 64 37 21 1 5 1 5 93 47 63 1 11 24 35 28 40 0 26 15 4 0 1 1 7 16 14 17

0 4 2 8 11 13 1 9 2 3 0 0 0 2 2 5 3

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

.242 .266

254 803 103 194 32 805 2892 428 770 130

6 29

18 76 67 178 38 55 334 351 631 202

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PITCHER (R)

Austin Bibens-Dirkx
Bats: Right Height: 6’2” Throws: Right Weight: 190 Born: 4/29/1985 in Salem, OR Opening Day Age: 26 Obtained: Signed as a free agent, January 11, 2012.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Lost in first round of the 2009 Midwest League Playoffs MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Luis Valbuena (Wisconsin ’06), Jeff Frazier (High Desert ’07), Anthony Varvaro (High Desert ’08), Josh Harrison (Peoria ’09), Starlin Castro (Tennessee ’10), Marty Pevey (Manager - Peoria ’09) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Drafted out of the University of Portland in Oregon…transferred from Chemeketa Community College in Oregon Transactions: Drafted by Seattle in the 16th round of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft...signed by Cubs Jul. 3, 2009 YR
06 07 08 09 10 11

CLUB
Tacoma Everett Wisconsin High Desert AZL Mariners High Desert Peoria Tennessee Iowa Tennessee Iowa

LG
PCL NOR MID CAL AZL CAL MID SOU PCL SOU PCL

W-L ERA
0-0 0-0 2-2 3-1 0-0 1-1 7-2 5-3 5-4 2-2 4-5 0.00 0.00 1.95 4.42 2.25 7.95 2.04 3.27 4.61 5.40 6.07

G GS SV
1 3 25 31 6 32 12 16 13 5 24 0 0 0 0 6 0 8 16 8 5 17 0 1 4 8 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

IP
2.0 4.0 32.1 38.2 8.0 43.0 70.2 85.1 52.2 25.0 105.1

H
2 1 24 40 5 58 55 59 55 26 125

R ER BB SO
0 0 7 25 2 39 19 34 34 15 75 0 0 7 19 2 38 16 31 27 15 71 1 1 7 20 0 16 9 27 21 9 31 5 6 38 26 10 31 50 68 34 16 75

Minor League Totals:

29-20 4.36

168

60

15467.0 450 250 226 142 359

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INFIELDER

Andres Blanco
Bats: Both Height: 5’10” Throws: Right Weight: 150 Born: 4/11/1984 in San Pablo, Venezuela Opening Day Age: 27 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, December 16, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: 2003 Carolina League All-Star with Wilmington MLB info: Has played in 235 games over six years with Kansas City, the Chicago Cubs, and Texas Positions played: SS (678), 2B (132), 3B (25), OF (1) Played with/for: Zack Greinke (Wilmington ’03, Kansas City ’04-’06), Mike Sweeney (Kansas City ’04-’06), Matt Stairs (Kansas City ’06), Josh Hamilton (Texas ‘10-’11), Nelson Cruz (Texas ‘10-’11), Ian Kinsler (Texas ‘10-’11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Did not attend college…signed out of El Carmen High School as a non -drafted free agent by Kansas City in 2000 Transactions: Traded to Rangers March 27, 2010 for cash...signed by Chicago Cubs Nov. 20, 2007...signed as a non-drafted free agent by Royals in 2000 YR CLUB
01 02 03 04 05 Royals Royals Wilmington Wilmington KANSAS CITY Wichita High Desert Royals Wichita Omaha KANSAS CITY Omaha KANSAS CITY Omaha Royals Iowa Iowa CHI CUBS TEXAS Round Rock TEXAS

LG
DSL GCL CAR CAR AL TEX CAL AZL TEX PCL AL PCL AL PCL AZL PCL PCL NL AL PCL AL

AVG
.298 .249 .308 .244 .317 .247 .500 .320 .189 .254 .215 .237 .241 .196 .000 .285 .304 .252 .277 .227 .224

G
54 52 5 113 19 93 3 7 9 35 26 88 33 28 2 102 64 53 68 6 36

AB
188 193 13 394 60 324 10 25 37 114 79 283 87 97 2 298 230 123 166 22 76

R
39 27 2 61 9 34 0 6 5 14 6 30 9 8 0 30 30 15 17 3 9

H
56 48 4 96 19 80 5 8 7 29 17 67 21 19 0 85 70 31 46 5 17

2B
0 8 1 11 2 10 1 1 0 4 0 9 4 2 0 8 17 8 10 3 3

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
3 0 0 3 2 2 0 0 0 2 1 4 1 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 6 1 0 0 2 16 14 0 25 5 21 3 9 5 9 5 20 9 8 0 36 29 12 13 5 3 28 15 1 44 5 18 0 1 3 10 0 21 5 5 0 15 17 8 11 3 4 23 29 4 50 6 44 1 7 7 23 5 41 14 12 0 31 28 14 24 3 14 9 16 0 13 1 7 1 1 0 2 0 6 0 0 0 9 6 0 0 0 0 12 4 0 7 2 6 2 2 0 0 1 4 1 0 0 3 1 2 2 0 1

06 07 08 09 10 11

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

.255 .260

235 591 65 151 661 2230 289 579

27 75

5 18

3 47 33 77 13 200 181 303

1 70

9 41

INFIELDER

Justin Bloxom
Bats: Switch Height: 6’1” Throws: Right Weight: 205 Born: 4/39/1988 in Phoenix, AZ Opening Day Age: 23 Obtained: Selected in 11th round of 2009 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings: South Atlantic League All-Star in 2010 MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: 1B (110), 3B (77), OF (40) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Played three seasons at Kansas State University where he set the single-season record for putouts

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(Bloxom continued) Transactions: N/A YR
09 10 11

CLUB
Vermont Hagerstown Potomac

LG
NYP SAL CAR

AVG
.228 .309 .259

G
67 104 88

AB
228 418 320

R
31 66 36

H
52 129 83

2B
6 29 20

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
1 4 3 3 11 9 24 70 45 37 27 36 68 77 75 4 10 2 3 5 3

Minor League Totals:

.273

259

966 133 264

55

8

23 139 100 220

16

11

PITCHER (L)

Evan Bronson
Bats: Left Height: 6’3” Throws: Left Weight: 195 Born: 2/13/1987 in Midlothian, VA Opening Day Age: 25 Obtained: Selected in 29th round of 2009 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Earned the win in his only career Triple-A outing with Syracuse last season, throwing 4.1 innings of relief in a victory over Toledo MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Jeff Garber (Manager - Vermont ‘09), Matt LeCroy (Manager - Hagerstown ‘10, Potomac ‘11), Steve Lombardozzi (Potomac ‘10, Syracuse ‘11), Brad Peacock (Potomac ‘10) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended Trinity University… same college as former MLB catcher Jerry Grote...attended high school at The Collegiate School in Richmond, VA Transactions: Selected in the 36th round of 2008 First-Year Player Draft by Milwaukee but did not sign YR CLUB
09 10 11 Vermont Hagerstown Potomac Potomac Harrisburg Syracuse

LG
NYP SAL CAR CAR EAS INT

W-L ERA
3-0 4-2 4-7 5-5 0-0 1-0 0.55 5.40 3.88 3.64 2.25 6.23

G
20 8 21 23 1 1

GS
0 8 16 12 1 0

SV
4 0 0 0 0 0

IP
49.1 43.1 95.0 96.1 4.0 4.1

H
28 59 107 103 5 3

R
7 32 50 43 1 3

ER
3 26 41 39 1 3

BB
3 6 17 28 2 2

SO
38 24 59 55 1 3

Minor League Totals:

17-14 3.48

74

37

4 292.1

305

136

113

58

180

OUTFIELDER

Corey Brown
Bats: Left Height: 6’1’’ Throws: Left Weight: 205 Born: 11/26/1985 in Tampa, FL Opening Day Age: 26 Obtained: Acquired from Athletics with Henry Rodriguez in exchange for Josh Willingham, December 16, 2010.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: First-round draft pick by Oakland in 2007… 2007 Short Season A AllStar outfielder...tied for lead on 2011 Chiefs with 14 HR MLB info: Made major league debut on Sept. 6 against the Los Angeles Dodgers as a pinch-hitter… 0-3 with two strikeouts in three games during 2011 Positions played: OF (476) Played with/for: Chris Carter (Stockton ‘08, Midland ‘09), Trevor Cahill (Stockton ‘08, Sacramento ‘10), Travis Buck (Sacramento ‘10), Jack Cust (Sacramento ‘10), John Halama (Sacramento ‘10), Stephen Strasburg (Syracuse ‘11, Washington ‘11)

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(Brown continued) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended Oklahoma State University...named a two-time Big 12 AllStar outfielder...Big 12 Freshman of the Year in 2005...2005 1st Team Freshman All-American...2007 2nd Team College All-American...attended Plant High School in Tampa...same high school as Hall of Famer Wade Boggs Transactions: Selected by Oakland in 1st round (59th overall) of 2007 First-Year Player Draft… Traded to Nationals in 2010 YR CLUB
07 08 09 10 11

Vancouver Kane County Stockton Midland Midland Sacramento Syracuse WASHINGTON

LG

NOR MID CAL TEX TEX PCL INT MLB

AVG

.268 .270 .260 .268 .320 .193 .235 .000

59 85 49 66 90 41 124 3

G

AB

213 300 196 250 331 135 396 3

31 44 34 46 63 21 50 0

R

57 81 51 67 106 26 93 0

H

2B

18 18 9 20 14 4 18 0

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
4 2 0 4 8 3 3 0 11 14 16 9 10 5 14 0 48 49 34 43 49 20 39 0 37 41 17 27 52 11 47 0 77 96 72 69 93 36 134 2 5 12 4 5 19 3 4 0

3 0 1 2 1 1 7 0

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

000 .264

3 3 0 0 0 514 1821 289 481 101

0 24

0 0 0 2 79 282 232 577

0 52

0 15

PITCHER (R)

Matt Buschmann
Bats: Right Height: 6’3” Throws: Right Weight: 210 Born: 2/13/1984 in St. Louis, MO Opening Day Age: 28 Obtained: Selected in AAA Rule V Draft from Padres, December 8, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Lost in finals of the California League Playoffs in ’07 MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Matt Antonelli (Eugene ’06, Lake Elsinore ‘07, Portland ‘09), David Freese (Lake Elsinore ’07), Blake Tekotte (San Antonio ’10), Guillermo Quiroz (Tucson ’11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Drafted out of Vanderbilt University...same school as Pedro Alvarez and David Price Transactions: Selected in 15th round of 2006 First-Year Player Draft by Padres YR CLUB
06 07 08 09 10 11 Eugene Lake Elsinore Lake Elsinore San Antonio Portland San Antonio Portland San Antonio San Antonio Tucson

LG
NOR CAL CAL TEX PCL TEX PCL TEX TEX PCL

W-L ERA
3-4 1-0 12-6 10-6 3-10 2-1 0-4 2-2 6-1 6-5 3.12 3.55 2.89 2.98 6.18 4.39 9.38 3.46 3.94 7.31

G
15 2 28 27 18 3 4 5 12 20

GS
10 2 25 27 18 3 4 5 7 15

SV

IP

H
54 9 153 137 121 42 27 59 42 129

R
26 5 60 60 74 23 27 29 22 75

ER
21 5 48 49 68 20 25 26 20 72

BB
11 4 26 58 33 10 20 23 19 33

SO
63 5 115 118 53 28 20 74 32 60

0 60.2 0 12.2 0 149.1 0 148.0 0 99.0 0 41.0 0 24.0 0 67.2 0 45.2 0 88.2

Minor League Totals:

45-39 4.32

179

116

0 736.2

773

401

354

237

568

INFIELDER

Seth Bynum
Bats: Right Height: 6’0” Throws: Right Weight: 185 Born: 12/19/1980 in Louisville, KY Opening Day Age: 31 Obtained: Selected in 38th round of 2003 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings: International League All-Star in 2009 with Chiefs...leads Chiefs over the last three seasons with 43 HR

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(Bynum continued) MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: SS (447), 2B (263), 3B (29), 1B (2) Played with/for: Ian Desmond (Savannah ‘04), Ryan Zimmerman (Savannah ’04), Randy Knorr (Manager Savannah ‘05, Potomac ‘07-’08, Syracuse ‘11), John Stearns (Manager - Harrisburg ’08), Mike Morse (Syracuse ‘09-’10), Jerry Browne (Hitting Coach - Syracuse ‘10-’11), Stephen Strasburg (Syracuse ‘10-’11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Started collegiate career at Lincoln Trail Junior College (IL)… Transferred and played two seasons at Indiana University…hit .387 his second year as a Hoosier...Big Ten AllStar SS in 2004 Transactions: N/A YR CLUB
04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 Savannah Brevard County Potomac Savannah Potomac Harrisburg Potomac Harrisburg Potomac Harrisburg Harrisburg Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Auburn

LG
SAL FSL CAR SAL CAR EAS CAR EAS CAR EAS EAS INT INT INT NYP

AVG
.236 .235 .179 .301 .244 .232 .316 .231 .266 .264 .400 .262 .233 .259 .273

G
24 20 35 50 34 72 9 66 50 83 4 134 88 84 6

AB
72 51 84 186 119 203 38 212 177 273 15 465 305 297 22

R

H

2B
2 3 4 13 7 10 6 5 13 16 0 24 20 13 2

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 1 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 1 1 1 5 1 0 0 6 6 15 1 19 14 10 1 3 3 6 29 6 11 5 34 30 49 2 67 52 39 4 9 24 4 20 5 20 29 40 10 39 30 46 0 7 19 44 14 36 28 90 1 1 31 138 35 94 26 83 2 7 0 0 2 6 6 2 0 4 2 1 1 6 13 7 2 0 0 2 1 3 2 0 2 1 3 0 3 1 2 0

11 17 7 12 16 15 32 56 16 29 19 47 2 12 21 49 28 47 50 72 1 6 58 122 42 71 35 77 7 6

Minor League Totals:

.253

759 2519 345 638 138

14

81 340 243 689

54

20

OUTFIELDER

Brett Carroll
Bats: Right Height: 6’0” Throws: Right Weight: 190 Born: 10/3/1982 in Knoxville, TN Opening Day Age: 29 Obtained: Signed as a free agent, December 4, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Double-digit home run totals in four of eight minor league seasons MLB info: Has appeared in 175 games over five seasons for Florida and Milwaukee... Played for Florida from 2007-10 and Milwaukee in 2011 Positions played: OF (399), RF (205), CF (96), LF (50), 3B (33), 2B (10), 1B (5) Played with/for: Hanley Ramirez (Florida ‘07-’10), Dan Uggla (Florida ’07-’10) Josh Willingham (Florida ‘07’09), Scott Olson (Florida ‘07-’09), Prince Fielder (Milwaukee ’10), Ryan Braun (Milwaukee ‘10) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended Middle Tennessee State for three years… Hit 39 career HR over three seasons and became a 2003 Sun Belt Conference All-Star Transactions: Signed by Red Sox, Aug. 5, 2011...signed by Royals, Nov. 16, 2010...drafted by Florida Marlins in 10th round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft

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(Carroll continued) YR CLUB
04 05 06 07 08

09 10 11

Jamestown Greensboro Jupiter Carolina Carolina Albuquerque FLORIDA Albuquerque Marlins Jupiter FLORIDA New Orleans FLORIDA Jupiter FLORIDA New Orleans Nashville MILWAUKEE Pawtucket

LG

NYP SAL FSL SOU SOU PCL NL PCL GCL FSL NL PCL NL FSL NL PCL PCL NL INT

AVG

.251 .243 .241 .231 .270 .314 .184 .418 .250 .169 .059 .233 .234 .294 .221 .281 .000 .229

60 118 59 74 30 88 23 18 2 18 26 27 92 5 .197 70 93 2 24

G

AB

211 412 216 251 100 318 49 67 8 71 17 103 141 17 32 244 335 0 83

27 57 31 29 9 60 10 18 1 10 5 16 18 4 76 32 66 0 10

R

53 100 52 58 27 100 9 28 2 12 1 24 33 5 13 54 94 0 19

H

2B
16 28 12 15 13 21 1 5 1 2 0 3 8 1 15 16 14 0 6

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
1 1 1 3 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 4 0 2 0 1 6 18 8 9 3 19 0 9 0 2 0 5 3 0 0 8 15 0 1 28 54 30 30 12 70 2 23 0 9 1 12 18 0 2 30 51 0 12 15 17 18 18 12 18 3 8 1 6 1 8 11 3 7 22 34 0 8 57 108 48 62 20 69 15 18 1 22 6 23 33 5 6 54 73 3 20 1 10 9 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 29 4 9 0 2

0 10 3 1 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 21 2 3 0 0

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

.203 175 286 46 58 13 .258 686 2436 370 628 153

3 5 28 21 84 16 103 361 188 580

2 43

1 28

OUTFIELDER

Chris Curran
Bats: Left Height: 5’9” Throws: Right Weight: 170 Born: 12/21/1987 in Plymouth, MA Opening Day Age: 24 Obtained: Selected in 22nd round of 2008 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: 2008 Gulf Coast League All-Star after hitting .311. ..Had the second highest batting average in the Gulf Coast League in 2008 MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: CF (233), OF (54), LF (25), RF (1) Played with/for: Steve Lombardozzi (GCL Nationals ‘08, Hagerstown ‘09, Potomac ‘10), Brad Peacock (Hagerstown ‘09, Potomac ‘10), Drew Storen (Hagerstown ‘09), Cole Kimball (Potomac ‘10), Bryce Harper (Hagerstown ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended Miami-Dade College for one year… 51 major leaguers have played for the Sharks including Mike Piazza and Placido Polanco Transactions: Drafted and signed by Nationals in 2008 YR CLUB
08 09 10 11

Nationals Hagerstown Potomac Potomac Nationals Hagerstown Syracuse

LG

GCL SAL CAR CAR GCL SAL INT

AVG

.311 .213 .226 .149 .382 .257 .278

55 122 74 21 8 34 7

G

AB

209 423 239 47 34 101 18

55 49 31 4 7 15 2

R

65 90 54 7 13 26 5

H

2B
8 11 8 1 0 4 0

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
4 5 4 0 2 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 2 0 22 32 17 1 4 12 2 28 25 17 4 3 9 1 36 104 42 13 4 25 6 14 19 10 2 2 8 0

3 8 8 2 0 3 1

Minor League Totals:

.243

321 1071 163 260

32

17

7

90

87 230

55

25

PITCHER (R)

Chad Durbin
Bats: Right Height: 6’2” Throws: Right Weight: 225 Born: 12/3/1977 in Spring Valley, IL Opening Day Age: 34 Obtained: Signed as a Minor League free agent, February 1, 2012.
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(Durbin continued) Professional awards/rankings/notes: Won the World Series with Philadelphia in 2008 MLB info: Has played 12 MLB seasons for Kansas City, Cleveland, Detroit, and Philadelphia Played with/for: Johnny Damon (Kansas City ‘99-’00), Mike Sweeney (Kansas City ‘99-’02), Carlos Beltran (Wilmington ‘08, Kansas City ‘99-’02, Omaha ‘00), C.C. Sabathia (Cleveland ’03-’04), Cliff Lee (Akron ‘03, Buffalo ‘03, Cleveland ‘03-’04, Philadelphia ‘09), Justin Verlander (Detroit ’06-’07), Ivan Rodriguez (Detroit ‘07), Jayson Werth (Philadelphia ‘08-’09), Ryan Howard (Philadelphia ‘08-’09), Jimmy Rollins (Philadelphia ‘08-’09), Chase Utley (Philadelphia ‘08-’09) College/HS notes (w/ famous alumni): Drafted out of Woodlawn High School in the 1996 draft by Kansas City in 3rd round Transactions: Selected by Royals in 3rd round of 1996 First-Year Player Draft...signed with Indians Feb. 17, 2003...claimed on waivers by Diamondbacks Aug. 31, 2004...signed by Nationals Dec. 23, 2004...signed by Tigers Jan. 10, 2006...signed by Phillies Dec. 20, 2007...signed by Indians Mar. 3, 2011 YR CLUB
96 97 98 99 00 01 02 GCL Royals Lansing Wilmington Wichita KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY Omaha Omaha KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY Omaha GCL Royals Wichita Mahoning Valley Akron Buffalo CLEVELAND Buffalo CLEVELAND ARIZONA New Orleans Toledo DETROIT DETROIT PHILADELPHIA Clearwater Lehigh Valley PHILADELPHIA Clearwater PHILADELPHIA CLEVELAND

LG

03

04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

GCL MID CAR TEX AL AL PCL PCL AL AL PCL GCL TEX TEX EAS INT AL INT AL NL PCL INT AL AL NL FSL INT NL FSL NL AL

W-L ERA

3-2 4.26 5-8 4.79 10-7 2.93 8-10 4.64 0-0 0.00 2-5 8.21 4-4 4.46 2-3 3.33 9-16 4.93 0-1 11.88 0-1 10.80 0-0 0.00 0-0 5.06 1-1 2.25 2-0 1.50 3-6 4.60 0-1 7.27 3-3 3.46 5-6 6.66 1-1 8.68 4-5 5.77 11-8 3.11 0-0 1.50 8-7 4.72 5-4 2.87 0-0 0.00 0-0 0.00 2-2 4.39 1-0 0.00 4-1 3.80 2-2 5.53

11 26 26 28 1 16 12 5 29 2 1 3 3 2 3 10 3 9 17 7 26 28 3 36 71 2 1 59 2 64 56

G

GS

8 26 26 27 0 16 12 5 29 2 1 3 1 2 3 10 1 9 8 0 20 28 0 19 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

SV

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0

44.1 144.2 147.2 157.0 2.1 72.1 72.2 27.0 179.0 8.1 1.2 6.0 5.1 12.0 12.0 58.2 8.2 52.0 51.1 9.1 115.1 185.0 6.0 127.2 87.2 3.0 1.0 69.2 3.0 68.2 68.1

IP

34 157 126 154 1 91 75 22 201 13 4 4 5 9 7 51 18 55 63 9 121 169 6 133 81 3 1 56 0 63 86

H

22 85 57 88 0 71 37 11 109 11 2 0 4 4 2 30 12 22 40 10 78 72 1 71 33 0 0 38 0 29 45

R

ER
21 77 48 81 0 66 36 10 98 11 2 0 3 3 2 30 7 20 38 9 74 64 1 67 28 0 0 34 0 29 42

BB

25 53 59 49 1 43 22 6 58 4 0 1 4 3 1 16 3 16 24 11 48 46 0 49 35 1 0 47 0 27 26

SO

43 116 162 122 3 37 53 35 95 5 2 5 6 8 11 64 8 40 38 10 99 149 3 66 63 4 1 62 3 63 59

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: 38-46 5.10 Minor League Totals: 57-57 4.04

364 198

75 183

0 759.1 4 1048.1

821 997

470 514

430 471

328 350

512 923

CATCHER

Jesus Flores
Bats: Right Height: 6’1” Throws: Right Weight: 180 Born: 10/26/1984 in Carupano, Venezuela Opening Day Age: 28 Obtained: Selected in Rule V Draft from Mets, December 7, 2006.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: 2006 Florida State League All-Star with St. Lucie...2004 Gulf Coast League All-Star with Mets MLB info: Has played in 228 games over four seasons with Nationals...Hit first career home run off of Paul Maholm on July 1, 2007 Positions played: C (464), 1B (1) Played with/for: Carlos Gomez (GCL Mets ’04, Hagerstown ‘05), Ryan Zimmerman (Washington ‘07-’09, ’11), Stephen Strasburg (Washington ‘10-’11), Randy Knorr (Manager - Syracuse ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended Rafael Osio Perez High School in Venezuela

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(Flores continued) Transactions: Signed by the New York Mets as a non-drafted free agent in 2002 YR
04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

CLUB

GCL Mets Brooklyn Hagerstown St. Lucie WASHINGTON Columbus WASHINGTON Harrisburg WASHINGTON Injured Syracuse WASHINGTON

LG

FSL NYP SAL FSL NL PCL NL EAS NL INT NL

AVG

.319 .333 .216 .266 .244 .153 .256 .364 .301 .234 .209

45 3 82 120 79 17 90 3 29 56 30

G

AB

141 6 319 429 180 59 301 11 93 209 86

16 1 34 66 21 8 23 1 13 17 5

R

45 2 69 114 44 9 77 4 28 49 18

H

2B
12 0 18 32 9 3 18 0 3 15 6

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 4 1 7 21 4 1 8 0 4 5 1 25 3 42 70 25 7 59 0 15 30 2 8 0 12 28 14 8 15 0 11 5 5 26 1 90 127 48 20 78 1 26 54 27 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

.253 .248

228 660 62 167 36 437 1527 197 378 107

3 4

17 101 45 179 47 227 103 386

0 17

2 10

PITCHER (R)

Jeff Fulchino
Bats: Right Height: 6’5” Throws: Right Weight: 285 Born: 11/26/1979 in Titusville, FL Opening Day Age: 32 Obtained: Signed as a free agent, December 16, 2011.
MLB info: Has pitched in 163 MLB games (all in relief)…made MLB debut June 22, 2006...first MLB win came with Houston on June 7, 2009 against Pittsburgh Played with/for: Dontrelle Willis (Kane County ’02), Josh Willingham (Jupiter ’03/Carolina ‘04/ Albuquerque ‘05), Jason Grilli (Jupiter ’03), Donovan Osborne (Albuquerque ’05), Dean Treanor (Manager— Albuquerque ’05-07), Robert Andino (Albuquerque ’06-07), Brett Carroll (Albuquerque ’07), Val Pascucci (Albuquerque ’07), Mike Aviles (Omaha/Kansas City ’08), Hunter Pence (Houston ’09-11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Drafted out of the University of Connecticut Transactions: Selected by Marlins in 8th round of 2001 First-Year Player Draft...signed by Royals, Feb. 7th, 2008...claimed off waivers by Astros, Dec. 8th, 2008...claimed off waivers by Padres, Sep. 1st, 2011 YR CLUB
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 Utica Kane County Greensboro Jupiter Jupiter Carolina Albuquerque FLORIDA Albuquerque Albuquerque Northwest Omaha KANSAS CITY Round Rock HOUSTON Round Rock HOUSTON HOUSTON Oklahoma City SAN DIEGO

LG

NYP MID SAL FSL FSL SOU PCL NL PCL PCL TEX PCL AL PCL NL PCL NL NL PCL NL

W-L ERA
3-8 3.56 5-5 3.87 1-2 4.01 2-4 4.04 2-2 2.72 6-5 4.47 11-7 5.06 0-0 0.00 6-10 4.50 6-2 5.83 0-0 5.40 3-4 4.84 0-1 9.00 0-0 6.75 6-4 3.40 0-0 0.00 2-1 5.51 1-4 5.18 1-0 0.56 0-0 16.20

14 24 5 17 8 17 29 1 25 16 2 25 12 2 61 4 50 36 17 3

G

GS

13 22 4 16 8 17 29 0 24 16 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

SV

0 60.2 0 132.2 0 24.2 0 78.0 0 43.0 0 90.2 0 153.0 0 0.1 0 140.0 0 88.0 1 3.1 5 61.1 0 14.0 3 4.0 0 82.0 0 4.0 0 47.1 0 33.0 3 16.0 0 1.2

IP

48 114 28 76 39 93 179 0 144 108 3 71 21 3 70 3 53 34 11 3

H

34 67 14 41 17 45 102 0 70 57 2 38 15 3 33 0 30 19 1 3

R

ER

24 57 11 35 13 45 86 0 12 13 0 33 14 3 31 0 29 19 1 3

BB

31 51 7 32 16 37 67 1 56 39 1 27 8 2 27 1 22 18 3 4

SO

33 94 16 47 28 84 101 0 109 55 6 53 12 3 71 2 46 31 15 2

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: 9-10 4.84 Minor League Totals: 46-49 4.37

163 205

0 155

0 178.1 9 899.1

181 920

100 510

96 437

80 370

162 646

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PITCHER (R)

Christian Garcia
Bats: Right Height: 6’4’’ Throws: Right Weight: 175 Born: 8/24/1985 in Coral Gables, FL Opening Day Age: 26 Obtained: Signed as a Minor League free agent, August 1, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Underwent Tommy John surgery in 2006 and again in ‘10 MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Jeff Marquez (GCL Yankees ‘04/’06/’08, Charleston ‘05, Trenton ‘08), Phil Hughes (GCL Yankees ‘04, Charleston ‘05), Ivan Nova (GCL Yankees ‘06, Tampa ‘08, Trenton ‘09), Luis Sojo (Manager Tampa ‘08) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended Gulliver Prep in Coral Gables—same high school as Enrique Iglesias and former Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor Transactions: Selected by the Yankees in the 3rd round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft YR CLUB
04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

GCL Yankees GCL Yankees Charleston GCL Yankees Charleston Injured GCL Yankees Tampa Trenton Trenton Trenton Auburn Syracuse

LG

GCL GCL SAL GCL SAL GCL FSL EAS EAS EAS NYP INT

W-L ERA

3-4 2.84 0-0 4.50 5-6 3.91 0-1 9.53 2-3 3.46 0-2 14.73 4-2 2.90 0-0 3.38 2-0 0.71 1-0 0.00 3-1 2.95 0-0 0.00

13 2 21 5 7 3 10 1 5 1 10 1

G GS SV
6 1 20 3 7 3 10 0 5 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

88.0 6.0 106.0 11.1 41.2 7.1 49.2 5.1 25.1 5.2 18.1 2.0

IP

26 4 102 15 37 19 45 4 15 2 17 0

H

13 4 57 13 19 12 20 2 3 0 6 0

R ER BB SO
12 3 46 12 16 12 16 2 2 0 6 0 17 5 53 4 12 2 17 6 17 1 2 1

47 7 103 15 45 9 60 5 24 3 28 2

Minor League Totals:

20-19 3.61

79

56

316.2 286 149 127 137 348

OUTFIELDER

Bryce Harper
Bats: Left Height: 6’3’’ Throws: Right Weight: 205 Born: 10/16/1992 in Las Vegas, NV Opening Day Age: 19 Obtained: Selected in 1st round (1st overall pick) of 2010 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Rated No. 1 MLB prospect at start of 2011 season…hit .343 with 1 HR and 7 RBI in 35 AB in the 2010 Arizona Fall League…2011 South Atlantic League All-Star with Hagerstown MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: OF (108) Played with/for: Brian Daubach (Manager - Hagerstown ‘11), Marlon Anderson (Hitting Coach - Hagerstown ‘11), Tony Beasley (Manager - Harrisburg ‘11), Troy Gingrich (Hitting Coach - Harrisburg ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended College of Southern Nevada for one year… in 66 games, hit 31 HR with 98 RBI...posted a batting line of .443/.526/.987 (AVG/OBP/SLG)...31 home runs broke previous school record of 12...winner of the 2010 Golden Spikes Award, given to the nation’s best amateur baseball player...attended Las Vegas High School where he was named High School Player of the Year in 2009 Transactions: N/A

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(Harper continued) YR CLUB
11 Hagerstown Harrisburg

LG

SAL EAS

AVG

.318 .256

72 37

G

AB

258 129

49 14

R

82 33

H

2B

17 7

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
1 1 14 3 46 12 44 15 61 26 19 7

5 2

Minor League Totals:

.297

109

387

63 115

24

2

17

58

59

87

26

7

INFIELDER

Jarrett Hoffpauir
Bats: Right Height: 5’9” Throws: Right Weight: 190 Born: 6/18/1983 in Nantchez, MS Opening Day Age: 28 Acquired: Signed as a Minor League free agent, December 14, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Hit for the cycle twice with Triple-A Las Vegas in 2010, on Apr. 25 and May 28...has more walks (377) than strikeouts (293) in his professional career...distant cousin to former MLB player Micah Hoffpauir MLB info: Played in 21 games over 2009 and 2010, with St. Louis and Toronto...first career at-bat came on Jul. 3, 2009… it was a go-ahead two-run single in the top of the 9th inning in a 7-4 St. Louis win Positions played: 2B (759), 3B (59), SS (19), OF (8) Played with/for: Daric Barton (Peoria ‘04), Rick Ankiel (Quad Cities ‘05, Memphis ‘07, St. Louis ‘09), Jason Motte (Palm Beach ‘05, Springfield ‘06-’07, Memphis ‘08, St. Louis ‘09), Jamie Garcia (Springfield ‘07, Memphis ‘08-’09), David Freese (Memphis ‘08-’09), Albert Pujols (St. Louis ‘09), Tony La Russa (Manager - St. Louis ‘09), Chad Mottola (Hitting Coach - Las Vegas ’10) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended the University of Southern Mississippi...one of nine Golden Eagles to play in the major leagues, including Chad Bradford, Kevin Young and Pat Rapp...attended Vidalia High School in Vidalia, LA Transactions: Drafted and signed by St. Louis in 2004… Claimed off waivers by Toronto in 2009… Claimed off waivers by San Diego in 2010… Signed by Nationals in 2011 YR CLUB
04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 New Jersey Peoria Quad Cities Palm Beach Springfield Springfield Memphis Memphis Memphis ST. LOUIS Las Vegas TORONTO Tucson

LG
NYP MID MID FSL TEX TEX PCL PCL PCL NL PCL AL PCL

AVG
.361 .268 .313 .257 .249 .345 .300 .273 .291 .250 .295 .206 .281

G
9 62 61 63 119 61 55 121 108 8 107 13 91

AB
36 231 227 226 393 203 190 410 358 12 431 34 306

R
8 34 27 23 55 23 27 48 53 1 73 1 49

H
13 62 71 58 98 70 57 112 104 3 127 7 86

2B
3 20 16 10 20 16 10 31 22 2 26 1 26

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 6 0 2 3 5 2 0 7 7 4 4 14 0 16 0 5 6 30 28 19 46 33 24 45 53 2 73 0 34 3 29 21 32 54 26 29 49 35 4 58 2 35 2 21 14 26 41 18 21 45 28 2 34 5 36 1 2 5 11 8 3 2 2 4 0 8 0 2 0 4 1 5 6 1 3 4 1 0 3 0 3

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

.217 .285

21 46 2 10 3 857 3011 420 858 200

0 16

0 2 6 7 67 391 371 286

0 48

0 31

OUTFIELDER

Destin Hood
Bats: Right Height: 6’1” Throws: Right Weight: 225 Born: 4/30/1990 in Mobile, AL Opening Day Age: 21 Acquired: Selected in 2nd round of 2008 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Ranked as the Nationals’ No. 6 prospect by Baseball Prospectus

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(Hood continued) MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: OF (328) Played with/for: Justin Bloxom (Hagerstown ‘10, Potomac ‘11), Steve Sousa (Hagerstown ‘10/Potomac ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Drafted directly out of St. Paul’s High School… was also a highly touted football player… Rivals.com gave him a 4-star rating… was offered a spot on the University of Alabama roster as a wide receiver Transactions: N/A YR CLUB
08 09 10 11 GCL Nationals GCL Nationals Vermont Hagerstown Potomac

LG

GCL GCL NYP SAL CAR

AVG

.256 .330 .236 .285 .276

25 25 38 129 128

G

AB

86 88 138 492 463

18 18 12 56 61

R

22 29 34 140 128

H

2B
6 10 4 30 29

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
1 3 1 3 5 0 3 2 5 13 14 24 24 65 83 8 8 11 33 58 19 19 45 119 96 5 3 2 5 21

2 0 1 7 6

Minor League Totals:

.279

345 1267 165 353

79

13

23 210 118 298

36

16

PITCHER (L)

Lee Hyde
Bats: Left Height: 6’2” Throws: Right Weight: 205 Born: 2/14/1985 in Atlanta, GA Opening Day Age: 27 Obtained: Claimed off waivers from Braves, March 23, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Underwent Tommy John surgery on left elbow in 2007 MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Elvis Andrus (Rome ’06), Jordan Schafer (Rome ’06/Mississippi ‘10), Freddie Freeman (Myrtle Beach ’09/Gwinnett ‘10), Jason Heyward (Myrtle Beach ’09), Dave Brundage (Manager—Gwinnett’10), Randy Knorr (Manager—Syracuse ’11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Selected out of Georgia Tech…pitched exclusively as a starter (18 games) in final season, 2005…went to the College World Series Super Regionals in ’05...played with nowBaltimore catcher Matt Wieters Transactions: Signed and drafted by Atlanta in 2006… Claimed off waivers by Nationals in 2011 YR CLUB
06 07 Danville Rome Mississippi Gwinnett GCL Braves Myrtle Beach GCL Braves Myrtle Beach GCL Braves Myrtle Beach Mississippi Mississippi Gwinnett Syracuse

LG
APP SAL SOU INT GCL CAR GCL CAR GCL CAR SOU SOU INT INT

W-L ERA
1-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 3-1 2-1 2-3 2-3 2-0 0.00 3.33 1.80 0.00 1.50 4.50 4.32 0.00 3.00 1.21 4.35 2.95 4.29 5.68

G
3 13 1 1 3 3 6 2 2 17 7 29 22 42

GS
1 0 1 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SV
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 13 1 2

IP
5.0 27.0 5.0 2.0 6.0 6.0 8.1 2.0 3.0 22.1 10.1 39.2 21.0 38.0

H
3 29 2 2 3 6 4 1 0 13 9 42 24 40

R
0 14 1 0 1 3 5 1 1 4 5 20 12 26

ER
0 10 1 0 1 3 4 0 1 3 5 13 10 24

BB
2 8 1 3 1 5 7 2 2 9 4 12 12 26

SO
6 19 4 0 6 6 11 0 4 28 13 35 17 38

08 09 10 11

Minor League Totals:

14-11 3.45

151

8

11 195.2

178

93

75

94

187

18

PITCHER (R)

Waldis Joaquin
Bats: Right Height: 6’4” Throws: Right Weight: 240 Born: 12/25/1986 in La Vega, Dominican Republic Opening Day Age: 25 Obtained: Signed as a Minor League free agent, December 14, 2011.
MLB info: Made MLB debut Aug. 4, 2009 with San Francisco…allowed two hits and a run in 8-1 win at Houston…earned first MLB win Sept. 17, 2011 at Colorado Played with/for: Jesse English (Salem-Keizer ’07/Connecticut ‘09), Madison Bumgarner (Augusta ’08/ Connecticut ‘09/Fresno ’10), Josh Banks (Fresno ’11) Transactions: Signed as an undrafted free agent by San Francisco in 2005 YR CLUB
04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 DSL Giants AZL Giants Injured Salem-Keizer Augusta San Jose Connecticut Fresno SAN FRANCISCO SAN FRANCISCO AZL Giants Fresno Fresno SAN FRANCISCO

LG

DSL AZL NOR SAL CAL EAS PCL NL NL AZL PCL PCL NL

W-L ERA
6-1 1-1 3-0 1-2 0-1 4-5 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-2 1-0

1.61 3.64 2.84 4.33 4.66 2.67 0.00 4.22 9.64 1.50 4.93 3.44 4.26

14 10 15 27 9 36 8 10 4 4 23 35 5

G GS SV
13 5 5 3 4 0 0 0 0 4 5 0 0

0 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0

61.1 29.2 38.0 52.0 19.1 54.0 10.0 10.2 4.2 6.0 34.2 49.2 6.1

IP

51 28 24 49 20 36 5 10 6 3 44 53 6

H

21 17 13 32 13 17 0 5 6 1 24 26 3

R ER BB SO
11 12 12 25 10 16 0 5 5 1 19 19 3 28 10 16 20 11 28 2 7 7 3 22 23 3 44 37 30 49 23 40 16 12 2 7 33 27 3

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: 1-0 5.40 Minor League Totals: 19-14 3.17

19 181

0 39

0 21.2 22 14 13 17 17 8 354.2 313 164 125 163 306

INFIELDER

Josh Johnson
Bats: Switch Height: 5’11” Throws: Right Weight: 170 Born: 1/11/1986 in Tampa, FL Opening Day Age: 26 Obtained: Signed as a Minor League free agent, April 8, 2010.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: 2006 Midwest League All-Star with Burlington MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: 2B (313), SS (219), 3B (159), OF (8) Played with/for: Chris McConnell (Burlington ‘06), Luke Hochevar (Burlington ’06), Steve Lombardozzi (Harrisburg ‘10-’11), Tony Beasley (Manager– Harrisburg ‘11), Bryce Harper (Harrisburg ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Did not attend college...drafted out of Middleton High School...no other player from Middleton has ever advanced above Double-A Transactions: Selected in the 3rd round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft by the Royals

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(Johnson continued) YR CLUB
04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

AZL Royals Burlington AZL Royals Idaho Falls Burlington Wilmington Wilmington Wilmington N’west Arkansas Potomac Harrisburg Harrisburg

LG

AZL MID AZL PIO MID CAR CAR CAR TEX CAR EAS EAS

AVG

.213 .167 .259 .240 .241 .252 .253 .333 .189 .309 .287 .244

53 4 28 37 112 83 118 12 51 26 74 128

G

AB

178 12 112 129 381 262 359 36 132 94 223 447

44 1 29 20 59 28 49 4 26 18 43 70

R

38 2 71 31 92 66 91 12 25 29 64 109

H

2B
5 0 8 5 8 11 13 3 3 8 16 24

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
6 0 2 4 5 2 4 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 2 3 1 3 0 0 2 5 8 22 1 16 26 40 31 38 4 9 11 31 36 55 1 23 25 93 41 85 3 29 17 29 67 38 3 24 25 72 49 76 6 24 17 37 91 23 0 7 3 18 4 14 3 2 3 5 21

13 0 1 6 9 7 12 1 2 1 5 12

Minor League Totals:

.249

726 2365 386 588 104

29

25 265 468 462 103

69

CATCHER

Sandy Leon
Bats: Switch Height: 5’11” Throws: Right Weight: 175 Born: 3/13/1989 in Caracas, Venezuela Opening Day Age: 23 Obtained: Signed as a non-drafted free agent, January 21, 2007.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Ranked as the best defensive catcher in the Nationals system by Baseball America MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: C (316) Played with/for: Stephen Sousa (Hagerstown ’10, Potomac ’11), Destin Hood (Hagerstown ‘10, Potomac ‘11), Justin Bloxom (Hagerstown ‘10, Potomac ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Did not attend college...signed at age 18 Transactions: N/A YR CLUB LG AVG
.202 .189 .218 .247 .249 .251

07 GCL Nationals 08 GCL Nationals 09 Hagerstown Vermont 10 Hagerstown 11 Potomac

GCL GCL SAL NYP SAL PIO

31 26 23 50 98 109

G

AB

94 74 78 166 325 370

10 12 7 16 48 36

R

19 14 17 41 81 93

H

2B
0 0 3 10 10 21

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
1 1 0 1 6 1 0 0 0 2 2 6 11 11 6 18 36 43 17 19 5 24 50 33 15 18 21 29 79 69 0 1 0 1 3 1

0 3 0 1 5 3

Minor League Totals:

.239

337 1107

129 265

45

9

10 125 138 231

6

11

INFIELDER

Steve Lombardozzi
Bats: Switch Height: 6’0” Throws: Right Weight: 170 Born: 9/20/1988 in Fulton, MD Opening Day Age: 23 Obtained: Selected in 19th round of 2008 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: 2009 South Atlantic League All-Star with Hagerstown...Son of former Minnesota Twin Steve Lombardozzi MLB info: Played in 13 games with Washington in 2011 and had 31 AB...was the youngest player on the Nationals last season...first career RBI was an RBI single off of New York Mets starter R.A. Dickey Positions played: 2B (424), SS (21), 3B (4)

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(Lombardozzi continued) Played with/for: Steven Souza (Hagerstown ‘09), Tyler Moore (Hagerstown ‘09), Sandy Leon (Hagerstown ‘09), Tony Beasley (Manager -Harrisburg ‘11), Chris Marrero (Syracuse ‘11/Washington ‘11), Ryan Zimmerman (Washington ‘11), Stephen Strasburg (Syracuse ‘11/Washington ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended St. Petersburg College…one of six Titans to play in the Major Leagues….only major leaguer from Atholton High School Transactions: Drafted and signed by Nationals in 2008 YR CLUB
08 09 10 11 GCL Nationals Hagerstown Potomac Harrisburg Harrisburg Syracuse WASHINGTON

LG
GCL SAL CAR EAS EAS INT NL

AVG
.283 .296 .293 .295 .309 .310 .194

G
48 128 110 27 65 69 13

AB
152 496 440 105 262 294 31

R
23 90 71 19 40 46 3

H
43 147 129 31 81 91 6

2B
4 26 30 5 12 13 1

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
1 7 9 2 7 2 0 0 3 1 5 4 4 0 24 58 38 11 23 29 1 21 62 49 12 18 21 1 32 80 60 15 38 40 4 4 16 20 4 16 14 0 1 7 10 2 3 5 0

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

.194 .298

13 31 3 6 447 1749 289 522

1 90

0 28

0 1 1 4 17 183 183 265

0 74

0 28

CATCHER

Carlos Maldonado
Bats: Right Height: 6’2’’ Throws: Right Weight: 250 Born: 1/3/1979 in Maracaibo, Venezuela Opening Day Age: 33 Obtained: Signed as a free agent, March 20, 2010.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Has played for 14 different teams in 16-year baseball career MLB info: Played 21 games with Pittsburgh in 2006 and ‘07…3-for-11 in 4 games with the Nationals in 2010 Positions played: C (1,029), 1B (10), P (1) Played with/for: Brian Fuentes (Wisconsin ’97), Roy Oswalt (Round Rock ’00), Brad Lidge (Round Rock ’01/ New Orleans ’02), Jason Bay (Pittsburgh ’06/’07), Trent Jewett (Manger – Syracuse ’10), Jim Riggleman (Manager – Washington ’10), Ryan Zimmerman (Washington ’10), Randy Knorr (Manager - Syracuse ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended Perez Bonolches High School in Venezuela Transactions: Signed by Seattle as a non-drafted free agent in 1995…Traded to Houston in 2000…Signed by the Chicago White Sox in 2003…Signed by Pittsburgh in 2004…Signed by Boston in 2009… Signed by Nationals in 2010 YR CLUB
96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 AZL Mariners Wisconsin Wisconsin Everett Tacoma Wisconsin Round Rock Round Rock New Orleans Round Rock Birmingham Birmingham Altoona Altoona Indianapolis PITTSBURGH PITTSBURGH Altoona Indianapolis Indianapolis Pawtucket WASHINGTON Syracuse GCL Nationals Syracuse

LG
AZL MID MID NW PCL MID TEX TEX PCL TEX SOU SOU EAS EAS INT MLB MLB EAS INT INT INT MLB INT GCL INT

AVG
.220 .190 .174 .287 .000 .308 .270 .286 .172 .252 .262 .265 .252 .278 .283 .105 .208 .000 .219 .248 .225 .273 .223 .222 .234

G
29 97 7 42 3 92 116 76 12 47 120 108 82 5 103 8 13 3 46 46 25 4 63 3 38

AB
100 316 23 150 9 302 423 262 29 123 408 388 278 18 336 19 24 6 137 125 80 11 188 9 111

R
10 15 4 19 0 35 46 29 1 13 50 48 27 1 37 0 2 0 14 9 9 1 16 1 11

H
22 60 4 43 0 93 114 75 5 31 107 103 70 5 95 2 5 0 30 31 18 3 42 2 26

2B
0 8 0 10 0 13 24 14 0 8 24 30 14 2 18 0 1 0 4 9 2 0 8 0 9

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 5 4 0 4 6 12 7 0 6 0 2 0 1 3 2 1 3 0 1 18 25 1 24 0 33 52 33 2 20 63 68 34 0 47 0 4 0 19 16 15 3 27 2 12 6 17 2 10 0 43 35 27 1 22 43 52 35 0 36 1 5 0 20 12 10 1 19 1 21 10 33 1 17 1 32 71 55 7 23 50 81 63 6 67 10 8 1 27 23 14 2 45 2 32 0 2 0 1 0 4 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 6 4 2 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

.185 25 54 3 10 1 .255 1163 3821 395 976 197

0 6

3 7 7 20 61 511 412 661

1 18

0 23

21

PITCHER (R)

Jeff Mandel
Bats: Switch Height: 6’3’’ Throws: Right Weight: 200 Born: 4/30/1985 in Houston, TX Opening Day Age: 26 Obtained: Selected in 19th round of 2007 First-Year Player Draft.
MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Ross Detwiler/Craig Stammen (Potomac ’08/Syracuse ‘10-11), Greg Booker (Pitching Coach—Syracuse ‘10-11), Trent Jewett (Manager—Potomac ’09/Syracuse ‘10) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Played four years at Baylor University…Had a 4-0 record on 2005 team that went to the College World Series and finished ranked No. 4 in the country by Baseball America… Played high school baseball at Jersey Village High School in Houston, TX Transactions: N/A YR CLUB
07 08 09 10 11

Vermont Hagerstown Hagerstown Potomac Potomac Harrisburg Harrisburg Syracuse Harrisburg Syracuse

LG

NYP SAL SAL CAR CAR EAS EAS INT EAS INT

W-L ERA
0-0 4-7 4-3 6-6 8-4 4-2 1-4 5-6 0-0 4-4 4.50 6.71 5.21 3.68 3.61 2.94 3.83 4.75 2.25 3.81

1 14 11 17 17 8 7 25 5 43

G

GS

0 13 11 17 17 8 7 15 0 0

SV

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

2.0 6 57 95 99.2 52.0 40.0 94.2 8.0 54.1

IP

2 87 73 103 94 47 37 120 8 67

H

1 49 35 47 52 18 21 62 2 25

R

ER

1 46 33 39 40 17 17 50 2 23

BB

1 17 16 26 31 12 13 33 2 16

SO
1 49 45 58 54 35 27 60 5 48

Minor League Totals:

36-36 4.27

148

88

0 564.2

638

312

268

167

382

INFIELDER

Chris Marrero
Bats: Right Height: 6’3” Throws: Right Weight: 210 Born: 7/2/1988 in Miami, FL Opening Day Age: 22 Obtained: Selected in 1st round (15th overall pick) of 2006 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: 4th in the International League in 2011 in OBP and hits...2009 Carolina League All-Star 1B...2007 Nationals Minor League Player of the Year MLB info: Made MLB debut on Aug. 27, 2011 against Cincinnati...collected first career hit against Cincinnati starting pitcher Mike Leake Positions played: 1B (482), OF (126) Played with/for: Jerry Browne (Hitting Coach—Hagerstown ’07, Syracuse ‘11), Ian Desmond (Potomac ’07, Washington ’11), Trent Jewett (Manager--Potomac ’09), Randy Knorr (Manager - Harrisburg ‘10, Syracuse ‘11), Stephen Strasburg (Washington ‘11), Ryan Zimmerman (Washington ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended Monsignor Pace High School in Miami, FL…Won a state title in 2006…other Major Leaguers from Monsignor Pace High include Alex Fernandez and Gio Gonzalez Transactions: Drafted by Atlanta in 2004 but did not sign...Drafted by Chicago White Sox in 2005 but did not sign… Drafted and signed by Nationals in 2006

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(Marrero continued) YR CLUB
06 07 08 09 10 11

GCL Nationals Hagerstown Potomac Potomac Potomac Harrisburg Harrisburg Syracuse WASHINGTON

LG

GCL SAL CAR CAR CAR EAS EAS INT NL

AVG

.309 .293 .259 .250 .287 .267 .294 .300 .248

22 57 68 70 112 23 121 127 31

G

AB

81 222 255 256 414 75 524 483 109

10 31 40 40 58 9 73 59 6

R

25 65 66 64 119 20 154 145 27

H

2B

9 14 11 15 21 6 28 30 5

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 0 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 14 9 11 16 1 18 14 0 16 53 35 38 65 11 82 69 10 8 14 32 25 42 8 43 58 4 19 39 63 55 97 18 102 97 27 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 0

0 4 0 0 3 1 3 2 0

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

.248 .285

31 109 6 27 5 620 2310 320 658 134

0 7

0 10 4 27 83 369 230 490

0 6

0 13

PITCHER (R)

Rafael Martin
Bats: Right Height: 6’2” Throws: Right Weight: 195 Born: 5/16/1984 in San Fernando, CA Opening Day Age: 27 Obtained: Signed as a non-drafted free agent, February 26, 2010.
MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Chris Marrero (Harrisburg ’10), Danny Espinosa (Harrisburg ’10), Tommy Milone (Harrisburg ’10), Tony Beasley (Manager—Harrisburg ’11), Steve Lombardozzi (Harrisburg ‘10/’11) Transactions: N/A YR CLUB
10 11 Harrisburg Potomac Harrisburg

LG

EAS CAR EAS

W-L ERA
5-4 1-0 4-1 3.61 1.13 1.77

47 6 32

G

GS

0 0 0

SV

0 0 13

67.1 8.0 35.2

IP

55 6 26

H

31 2 8

R

ER

27 1 7

BB

26 2 9

SO
58 10 44

Minor League Totals:

10-5 2.84

85

0

13 111.0

87

41

35

37

112

PITCHER (R)

Yunesky Maya
Bats: Right Height: 5’11” Throws: Right Weight: 170 Born: 8/28/1981 in Pinar del Rio, Cuba Opening Day Age: 30 Obtained: Signed as a non-drafted free agent, July 31, 2010.
Professional awards/rankings: Played for Cuba in 2006 and 2009 World Baseball Classic…left Cuba in 2010 to live in the Dominican Republic for nine months until the U.S. Department of Treasury authorized him to sign with a MLB team MLB info: Made MLB debut against the New York Mets on Sept. 7, 2010...threw first career strikeout in second inning against Angel Pagan Played with/for: Ivan Rodriguez (Washington ’10), Ryan Zimmerman (Washington ’10-’11), Stephen Strasburg (Washington ‘11), Randy Knorr (Manager - Syracuse ‘11) Transactions: Signed by Nationals as a non-drafted free agent in 2010 YR CLUB
10 GCL Nationals Potomac Syracuse WASHINGTON Syracuse WASHINGTON

LG

11

GCL CAR INT NL INT NL

W-L ERA

0-0 1.29 0-1 13.50 1-1 0.87 0-3 5.88 4-9 5.00 1-1 5.23

2 1 2 5 22 10

G GS SV
2 1 2 5 22 5

0 0 0 0 0 0

7.0 4.0 10.1 26.0 129.2 32.2

IP

2 7 8 30 133 40

H

2 6 2 18 73 19

R ER BB SO
1 6 1 17 72 19 2 3 5 11 28 10 5 4 9 12 98 15

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

1-4 5.52 5-11 4.77

15 27

10 27

0 58.2 70 37 0 151.0 151 83

36 80

21 27 38 116

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INFIELDER

Manny Mayorson
Bats: Right Height: 5’10” Throws: Right Weight: 167 Born: 3/10/1983 in Higuey, Dominican Republic Opening Day Age: 29 Acquired: Signed as a Minor League free agent, December 9, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: 2006 Eastern League All-Star with New Hampshire MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: SS (786), 2B (365), 3B (48), 1B (7) Played with/for: Aaron Hill (Dunedin ’03), Dave Bush (Dunedin ‘03), Jayson Werth (Dunedin ’03), Brandon League (Dunedin ’03), Adam Lind (Dunedin ’05), Ricky Romero (New Hampshire ‘07), Jordan DeJong (New Hampshire ’07), Lyle Overbay (New Hampshire ’07), Kyle Drabek (Las Vegas ’11), Laynce Nix (Las Vegas ‘11), Eric Thames (Las Vegas ‘11) Transactions: Signed by Toronto Jul. 5, 1999 as a non-drafted free agent...signed by Florida in 2008...signed by Toronto in 2009 YR CLUB
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 Medicine Hat Charleston (WV) Auburn Dunedin Charleston (WV) Dunedin Dunedin Dunedin New Hampshire New Hampshire Albuquerque Carolina New Orleans New Hampshire Las Vegas New Hampshire Las Vegas Las Vegas

LG

PIO SAL NYP FSL SAL FSL FSL FSL EAS EAS PCL SOU PCL EAS PCL EAS PCL PCL

AVG

.220 .000 .263 .189 .274 .229 .217 .268 .277 .274 .275 .319 .249 .244 .118 .316 .333 .313

56 1 62 18 133 106 90 121 125 116 12 108 97 12 5 54 43 97

G

AB

218 2 247 37 508 363 300 441 477 452 51 373 337 45 17 196 165 335

39 0 28 6 72 39 33 59 48 55 7 47 40 4 2 30 31 57

R

48 0 65 7 139 83 65 118 132 124 14 119 84 11 2 62 55 105

H

2B
2 0 5 0 19 14 8 23 19 25 4 31 11 2 1 12 15 16

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
1 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 3 12 0 18 2 35 30 26 48 55 28 10 39 20 4 2 23 19 54 33 0 21 2 41 25 25 24 21 40 4 29 13 3 2 19 7 31 27 1 19 2 29 36 23 34 44 36 1 20 23 4 1 14 9 25 3 0 25 0 28 6 2 7 12 7 0 21 11 2 1 8 11 16

2 0 13 0 15 7 2 3 11 7 2 13 4 0 0 0 0 8

Minor League Totals:

.270 1256 4564 597 1233 207

14

13 435 330 348 160

87

INFIELDER

Chris McConnell
Bats: Right Height: 5’9” Throws: Right Weight: 170 Born: 12/18/1985 in Philadelphia, PA Opening Day Age: 26 Obtained: Signed as a Minor League free agent, November 23, 2010.
Professional awards/rankings: Rated No. 7 prospect in Kansas City’s system in 2006...2005 All-Star shortstop in the Pioneer League MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: SS (715), 2B (40) Played with/for: Aaron Guiel (Arizona Royals ‘04), Juan Gonzalez (Arizona Royals ‘04), Vance Wilson (Northwest Arkansas ‘09), Tony Beasley (Manager - Harrisburg ‘11), Troy Gingrich (Hitting Coach - Harrisburg ‘11), Bryce Harper (Harrisburg ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Drafted out of Delsea High School in Franklinville, NJ Transactions: Selected in the 9th round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft by the Royals

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(McConnell continued) YR CLUB
04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

Arizona Royals Idaho Falls Burlington Idaho Falls Wilmington Burlington Wilmington Arizona Royals NW Arkansas NW Arkansas Syracuse Harrisburg

LG

ARZ PIO MID PIO CAR MID CAR ARZ TEX TEX INT EAS

AVG

.339 .331 .172 .262 .236 .231 .252 .360 .219 .231 .175 .214

37 70 69 47 66 57 120 7 59 122 57 64

G

AB

124 275 239 183 208 212 461 25 169 359 171 187

22 56 23 25 20 25 46 8 25 44 14 19

R

42 91 41 48 49 49 116 9 37 83 30 40

H

2B

5 17 4 8 9 12 29 4 7 19 9 9

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 8 0 4 2 1 1 0 1 5 1 1 3 6 1 4 3 1 1 1 0 3 1 2 11 39 18 35 20 14 34 4 11 39 10 15 17 31 17 15 16 20 48 5 14 49 13 15 19 34 47 35 43 36 71 3 40 76 41 39 8 7 8 8 6 14 23 0 6 11 3 4

4 6 6 4 4 2 16 0 5 7 3 2

Minor League Totals:

.243

775 2613 327 635 132

24

26 250 260 484

98

59

OUTFIELDER

Jason Michaels
Bats: Right Height: 6’0” Throws: Right Weight: 205 Born: 5/4/1976 in Tampa, FL Opening Day Age: 35 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, December 11, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Six professional seasons with double digit home runs MLB info: Has played in 1,031 games over 11 years... Made his debut with the Phillies in 2001... Has also played in Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Houston Positions played: LF (416), OF (385), CF (172), RF (142), 3B (1) Played with/for: Pete Rose Jr. (Reading ‘00), Randy Wolf (Philadelphia ‘01-05), Vicente Padilla (Philadelphia ‘01-05), Mike Lieberthal (Philadelphia ’01-05), Pat Burrell (Philadelphia ‘01-05), Brett Myers (Philadelphia ‘0205, Houston ‘11), Grady Sizemore (Cleveland ‘07-08), Carlos Lee (Houston ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended the University of Miami... was the MVP of the Coral Gables Regional in the 1997 NCAA Tournament Transactions: Selected in 49th round of 1994 First-Year Player Draft by Padres (did not sign)...selected in 44th round of 1996 First-Year Player Draft by Rays (did not sign)... selected in 15th round of 1997 First-Year Player Draft by Cardinals (did not sign)...selected in 4th round of 1998 First-Year Player Draft by Phillies...traded to Indians Jan. 27, 2006 with Arthur Rhodes...traded to Pirates May 5, 2008 for cash considerations...signed by Astros Dec. 15, 2008 YR
98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

CLUB

Batavia Clearwater Reading PHILADELPHIA SCRANTON/WB SCRANTON/WB PHILADELPHIA Clearwater PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA Buffalo CLEVELAND CLEVELAND CLEVELAND PITTSBURGH HOUSTON HOUSTON Oklahoma City HOUSTON

LG

NYP FSL EAS NL INT INT NL FSL NL NL NL INT AL AL AL NL NL NL PCL NL

AVG

.268 .306 .295 .167 .261 .281 .267 .000 .330 .274 .304 .429 .267 .270 .207 .228 .237 .253 .300 .199

67 122 113 6 109 9 81 4 76 115 105 2 123 105 21 102 102 106 5 89

G

AB

235 451 437 6 418 32 105 14 109 299 289 7 494 267 58 228 135 23 20 156

45 91 71 0 58 3 16 1 20 44 54 1 77 43 3 25 17 47 0 10

R

63 138 129 1 109 9 28 0 36 82 88 3 132 72 12 52 32 14 6 31

H

2B
14 31 30 0 19 2 10 0 11 12 16 0 32 11 4 9 12 1 2 9

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
3 6 4 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 8 0 0 11 14 10 0 17 0 2 0 5 10 4 1 9 7 0 8 4 26 0 2 49 65 74 1 69 7 11 0 17 40 31 1 55 39 9 44 16 12 2 10 40 68 28 0 37 5 13 2 15 42 44 0 43 20 4 23 16 1 2 11 69 103 87 2 126 5 33 4 22 80 45 0 101 50 13 52 38 29 5 31 4 10 7 0 11 1 1 0 0 2 3 0 9 3 1 1 1 0 0 1

2 7 4 0 3 3 1 0 0 2 3 0 5 4 1 0 2 0 0 0

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

.263 1031 2332 332 613 140 .283 431 1614 270 457 98

10 16

59 299 243 496 53 267 182 399

22 33

18 19

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INFIELDER

Tyler Moore
Bats: Right Height: 6’1” Throws: Right Weight: 209 Born: 1/30/1987 in Laurel, MS Opening Day Age: 25 Acquired: Selected in 16th round of 2008 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: 2010 Carolina League MVP with Potomac...ranked as the No. 11 prospect in the Nationals system by Baseball Prospectus MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: 1B (414) Played with/for: Brad Peacock (Vermont ‘08, Hagerstown ‘09, Potomac ‘10, Harrisburg ‘11), Steve Lombardozzi (Hagerstown ‘09, Potomac ‘10, Harrisburg ‘11), Tony Beasley (Manager - Harrisburg ‘11), Troy Gingrich (Hitting Coach - Harrisburg ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended Meridian Community College and Mississippi State University...hit 14 HR in one season with Mississippi State Transactions: Drafted by Nationals in 41st round of 2005 First-Year Player Draft and 33rd round of 2006 FirstYear Player Draft but did not sign YR CLUB
08 09 10 11

Vermont Hagerstown Potomac Harrisburg

LG

NYP SAL CAR EAS

AVG

.200 .297 .269 .270

71 111 129 137

G

AB

265 421 502 519

17 38 78 70

R

53 125 135 140

H

2B
10 30 43 35

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 3 3 4 6 9 31 31 28 87 111 90 13 40 40 30 66 111 125 139 1 2 0 2

1 2 0 0

Minor League Totals:

.265

448 1707 203 453 118

10

77 316 123 441

5

3

INFIELDER

Xavier Nady
Bats: Right Height: 6’2’’ Throws: Right Weight: 215 Born: 11/14/1978 in Carmel, CA Opening Day Age: 33 Obtained: Signed as a free agent, March 18, 2012.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Played for the 2009 World Series champion New York Yankees… nickname is “X” or “X-Man”…full name is Xavier Clifford Nady VI…in 2003, became the first player with a first name starting with the letter “X” to hit a major league home run MLB info: First MLB at-bat came with San Diego in 2000 before he played a single minor league game…hit 20 HR for Pittsburgh in 2007 Positions played: OF (746), 1B (309), 3B (3) Played with/for: Trevor Hoffman (San Diego ’04-05), Carlos Delgado (NY Mets ’06-07), David Wright (NY Mets ‘06-’07), Derek Jeter (NY Yankees ’08-09), Alex Rodriguez (NY Yankees ‘08-’09), Chad Tracy (Chicago Cubs ‘10), Justin Upton (Arizona ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): The 1998 Baseball America College Freshman of the Year at Cal… Named First-Team All-America as a sophomore in ‘99… Three-time PAC 10 All-Star… MVP of Carolina League in 2001 Transactions: Selected in 4th round of 1997 First-Year Player Draft by Cardinals (did not sign)… selected in the 2nd round of the 2000 First-Year Player Draft by Padres… traded to Mets Nov. 18, 2005 for Mike Cameron…traded to Pirates July 31, 2006 for Roberto Hernandez and Oliver Perez...traded to Yankees July 26, 2008 with Damaso Marte for Jeff Karstens, Daniel McCutchen, Ross Ohlendorf and Jose Tabata...signed by Cubs Jan. 8, 2010...signed by Diamondbacks Dec. 17, 2010

26

(Nady Continued) YR CLUB
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

SAN DIEGO Lake Elsinore Lake Elsinore Portland Portland SAN DIEGO Portland SAN DIEGO SAN DIEGO Norfolk NY METS PITTSBURGH PITTSBURGH PITTSBURGH NY YANKEES NY YANKEES Scranton/WB CHI CUBS ARIZONA

LG

NL CAL CAL PCL PCL NL PCL NL NL INT NL NL NL NL AL AL INT NL NL

AVG

1.000 .302 .278 .283 .265 .267 .330 .247 .261 .364 .264 .300 .278 .330 .268 .286 .200 .256 .248

1 137 45 85 37 110 74 34 124 3 75 55 125 89 59 7 2 119 82

G

AB

1 524 169 315 136 371 291 77 326 11 265 203 431 327 228 28 5 317 206

1 96 41 46 19 50 52 7 40 2 37 20 55 50 26 4 0 33 26

R

1 158 47 89 36 99 96 19 85 4 70 61 120 108 61 8 1 81 51

H

2B

0 38 6 12 7 17 19 4 15 1 15 13 23 26 11 4 1 13 11

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 1 3 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 13 10 7 9 22 3 13 0 14 3 20 13 11 0 0 6 4 0 100 37 43 23 39 70 9 43 3 40 23 72 57 40 2 0 33 35 0 62 28 20 12 24 22 5 22 1 19 11 23 25 14 1 1 17 10 0 109 40 60 28 74 42 13 67 3 51 34 101 55 48 6 1 85 46 0 6 2 0 0 6 3 0 2 0 2 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

.275 .297

880 2780 349 764 152 383 1451 256 431 84

6 6

97 393 171 580 78 276 146 283

18 11

8 1

INFIELDER

Tim Pahuta
Bats: Left Height: 6’4’’ Throws: Right Weight: 225 Born: 5/3/1983 in Somerset, NJ Opening Day Age: 28 Obtained: Selected in 18th round of 2005 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Lost in first round of the Eastern League Playoffs with Harrisburg in 2010 and 2011 MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: 1B (226), 3B (188), OF (4) Played with/for: Michael Martinez (Savannah ‘06/Harrisburg ’10), John Lannan (Savannah ’06), Craig Stammen (Savannah ’06), Atahualpa Severino (Savannah ‘08), Danny Espinosa (Potomac ‘09/Harrisburg ’10), Chris Marrero (Harrisburg ’10), Randy Knorr (Harrisburg ’10), Steve Lombardozzi (Harrisburg ’11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Drafted out of Seton Hall University…same school as Mo Vaughn, Matt Morris, Craig Biggio, John Valentin and Jason Grilli Transactions: Drafted by Pittsburgh in 2004 but did not sign… Drafted and signed by Nationals in 2005 YR CLUB
05 06 07 08 09 10 11 GCL Nationals Savannah Injured Hagerstown Potomac Potomac Harrisburg Harrisburg

LG

GCL SAL SAL CAR CAR EAS EAS

AVG

.233 .265 .269 .251 .283 .212 .260

38 77 116 90 39 81 87

G

AB

133 268 405 295 145 283 246

13 37 42 34 19 35 29

R

31 71 109 74 41 60 64

H

2B

8 14 24 16 9 14 11

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
1 7 1 1 3 1 1 3 5 17 8 10 10 15 20 30 73 42 28 37 43 17 23 33 24 10 16 20 35 71 83 80 28 68 75 0 1 1 4 1 4 1

1 0 1 4 2 0 1

Minor League Totals: .254

528 1775 209 450

96

15

68 273 143 440

12

8

27

OUTFIELDER

Xavier Paul
Bats: Left Height: 5’9” Throws: Right Weight: 205 Born: 2/25/85 in Slidell, LA Opening Day Age: 27 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, December 20, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Southern League All-Star in 2007 with Double-A Jacksonville...rated by Baseball America as the Best Defensive Outfielder in Single-A in both 2005 and 2006...named No. 7 prospect in the Los Angeles Dodgers system and Best Outfield Arm in the system in 2004...Rookie League AllStar in 2003 with Ogden MLB info: .246 hitter with 3 HR and 32 RBI in 183 career games with LA Dodgers and Pittsburgh...played a career high 128 games in 2011...121 with Pittsburgh...first MLB hit came on May 10, 2009 against San Francisco’s Jeremy Affeldt Positions played: OF (796) Played with/for: Russell Martin (Ogden ‘03, LA Dodgers ‘09-10), Chad Billingsley (Ogden ‘03, LA Dodgers ‘09 -10), Matt Kemp (Columbus ‘04, Vero Beach ‘05, LA Dodgers ‘09-10), Luis Salazar (Manager - Vero Beach ‘06, Jacksonville ‘07), Andre Ethier (LA Dodgers ‘09-11), Joe Torre (Manager - LA Dodgers ‘09-10), Andrew McCutchen (Pittsburgh ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Drafted out of Slidell High School...selected to Baseball America’s 2 nd Team High School All-American Team...hit .444 for Team USA at the 2003 Pan American Games...named Mr. Baseball in Louisiana in 2003 Transactions: Selected in 4th round of 2003 First-Year Player Draft by LA Dodgers...claimed off waivers by Pirates April 26, 2011 YR CLUB
03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

Ogden Columbus Vero Beach Vero Beach Jacksonville Las Vegas Albuquerque LA DODGERS Albuquerque LA DODGERS LA DODGERS PITTSBURGH

LG

PIO SAL FSL FSL SOU PCL PCL NL PCL NL NL NL

AVG

.307 .262 .247 .285 .291 .316 .328 .214 .325 .231 .273 .254

69 128 85 120 118 115 31 11 57 44 7 121

G

AB

264 465 288 470 422 433 116 14 228 121 11 232

60 69 42 62 64 82 13 3 46 16 0 30

R

81 122 71 134 123 140 38 3 74 28 3 59

H

2B
15 26 15 23 21 28 10 1 20 8 0 6

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
6 6 3 3 2 5 2 0 1 1 0 5 7 9 7 13 11 9 2 1 12 0 0 2 47 72 41 49 50 68 16 1 38 11 0 20 34 56 32 38 48 43 10 2 18 8 0 13 58 127 81 114 112 96 22 4 41 24 5 57 11 10 1 22 17 17 8 0 7 3 0 16

4 7 5 15 9 7 2 1 3 1 0 6

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

.246 .290

183 378 49 93 15 723 2696 438 783 158

6 28

3 32 23 90 70 381 279 651

19 93

8 52

PITCHER (R)

Hassan Pena
Bats: Right Height: 6’2” Throws: Right Weight: 210 Born: 3/25/1985 in Havana, Cuba Opening Day Age: 27 Obtained: Selected in 13th round of 2006 First-Year Player Draft.
MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Jordan Zimmermann (Vermont ’07/Potomac ‘08), Boomer Whiting (Vermont ‘07), Ross Detwiler (Potomac ‘08), Craig Stammen (Potomac ‘08), Luis Atilano (Potomac ‘08), Trent Jewett (Manager— Potomac ‘09), Danny Espinosa (Potomac ‘09/ Harrisburg ‘10), Jeff Mandel (Potomac ‘09/Syracuse ‘11), Tony Beasley (Manager - Harrisburg ’11)

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College/HS notes (w/ famous alumni): Selected out of Palm Beach Community College...converted from catcher to pitcher...defected from Cuba in 2005 Transactions: Drafted and signed by Nationals in 2006 YR CLUB
07 08 09 10 11

Vermont Potomac Hagerstown GCL Nationals Hagerstown Potomac Harrisburg Syracuse Harrisburg

LG

NYP CAR SAL GCL SAL CAR EAS INT EAS

W-L ERA

4-5 4.25 2-2 4.15 2-2 2.08 0-1 2.70 1-0 1.13 2-1 2.39 2-2 4.29 0-4 19.29 2-2 2.73

13 8 6 2 3 12 48 7 40

G

GS

13 8 6 2 3 2 0 0 0

SV

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 10

59.1 43.1 26.0 6.2 16.0 26.1 71.1 7.0 56.0

IP

55 42 24 6 8 16 73 18 42

H

36 25 9 3 2 7 39 15 20

R

ER
28 20 6 2 2 7 34 15 17

BB

33 24 5 3 4 12 30 2 12

SO
62 30 24 3 11 21 64 8 55

Minor League Totals:

15-19 3.78

139

34

12 312.0

284

156

131

125

252

OUTFIELDER

Eury Perez
Bats: Right Height: 6’0 Throws: Right Weight: 180 Born: 5/30/1990 in San Luis, Dominican Republic Opening Day Age: 21 Obtained: Signed as a non-drafted free agent, April 13, 2009.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Gulf Coast League All-Star OF and Most Valuable Player in 2009… Played for the “World” team in 2010 Futures Game MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: OF (301) Played with/for: Matt LeCroy (Manager – Hagerstown ’10, Potomac ’11), Tony Tarasco (Hitting Coach – Hagerstown ’10), Cutter Dykstra (Potomac ’11), Transactions: Signed by Nationals in 2009 YR CLUB
07 08 09 10 11

DSL Nationals DSL Nationals GCL Nationals Hagerstown Potomac

LG

DSL DSL GCL SAL CAR

AVG

.253 .324 .381 .299 .283

31 60 47 131 119

G

AB

158 213 181 438 424

41 51 38 88 54

R

40 69 69 131 120

H

2B

5 9 3 17 9

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
1 2 5 5 2 0 4 3 3 1 14 44 24 42 41 32 32 15 23 22 39 36 20 74 63 15 28 16 64 45

5 6 8 13 15

Minor League Totals: .303

408 1414 272 429

43

15

11 165 124 232 168

47

PITCHER (R)

Ryan Perry
Bats: Right Height: 6’4” Throws: Right Weight: 200 Born: 2/3/1987 in Browns Pomona, CA Opening Day Age: 25 Obtained: Acquired from Tigers in exchange for Collin Balester, December 9, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Named the No. 2 prospect in Detroit’s organization in 2008 MLB info: Played in 149 career games over three seasons with Detroit

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(Perry continued) Played with/for: Miguel Cabrera (Detroit ‘09-‘11), Justin Verlander (Detroit ‘09-’11), Jim Leyland (Manager Detroit ‘09-’11), Phil Nevin (Manager - Toledo ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Played three years at the University of Arizona where he won six games as a junior… was the 21st overall pick in the 2008 draft Transactions: Selected by Tigers in 1st round (21st overall) in 2008 First-Year Player Draft YR CLUB
08 09 10 11 GCL Tigers Lakeland Toledo DETROIT Toledo DETROIT Toledo DETROIT

LG

GCL FSL INT AL INT AL INT AL

W-L ERA
0-0 1-2 1-0 0-1 0-0 3-5 3-0 2-0 0.00 3.86 2.63 3.79 0.00 3.59 3.03 5.35

2 12 8 53 3 60 20 36

G

GS

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SV

0 4 3 0 0 2 7 0

2.0 11.2 13.2 61.2 3.2 62.2 32.2 37.0

IP

0 15 13 56 1 55 24 39

H

0 6 4 30 1 26 12 25

R

ER

0 5 4 26 0 25 11 22

BB

0 7 4 38 4 23 9 21

SO
4 12 12 60 4 45 30 24

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

5-6 4.07 5-2 2.83

149 45

0 0

2 22.2 14 929.2

150 53

81 23

73 20

82 24

129 62

INFIELDER

Carlos Rivero
Bats: Right Height: 6’3” Throws: Right Weight: 200 Born: 5/20/1988 in Barquisimeto, Venezuela Opening Day Age: 23 Acquired: Claimed off waivers from Phillies, December 21, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Led Double-A Reading last season in doubles (36), placed second in hits (135) and third in RBI (66)...went 6-for-12 (.500) with 1 2B and 1 HR against the Nationals’ Double-A affiliate, Harrisburg, in 2011…ranked #10 prospect in Indians’ system in 2009...from Barquisimeto, Venezuela, home to 20 major league players MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: SS (497), 3B (142) Played with/for: Jeanmar Gomez (GCL Indians ‘06, Lake County ‘07, Kinston ‘08, Akron ‘09), Jerad Head (Burlington ‘06, Kinston ‘08, Akron ‘09-10), Carlos Santana (Kinston ‘08, Akron ‘09), Jose Constanza (Akron ‘09), Mike Sarbaugh (Manager - Akron ‘09), Justin Germano (Akron ‘10), Ryne Sandberg (Manager - Lehigh Valley ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Did not attend college in the United States Transactions: Signed by Cleveland as non-drafted free agent in 2006...claimed off waivers by Phillies Nov. 3, 2010 YR CLUB
06 07 08 09 10 11

GCL Indians Burlington Lake County Kinston Akron Akron Reading Lehigh Valley

LG

GCL APP SAL CAR EAS EAS EAS INT

AVG

.284 .212 .261 .282 .242 .232 .275 .185

37 16 115 108 132 110 129 7

G

AB

134 66 436 411 480 406 491 27

17 3 59 46 50 39 70 1

R

38 14 114 116 116 94 135 5

H

2B
6 3 26 27 24 16 36 2

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 0 0 1 2 2 0 1 2 1 7 8 7 6 15 1 22 7 62 64 58 43 66 5 10 5 47 36 50 28 38 1 20 11 84 84 73 81 106 6 0 0 1 1 1 0 5 0

0 1 2 2 0 3 3 0

Minor League Totals:

.258

654 2451 285 632 140

6

47 327 215 465

8

11

30

PITCHER (R)

Tanner Roark
Bats: Right Height: 6’2” Throws: Right Weight: 220 Born: 8/5/1986 in Wilmington, IL Opening Day Age: 25 Obtained: Acquired from Rangers with Ryan Tatusko in exchange for Cristian Guzman, July 20, 2010.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Went team-best 10-0 in 29 games (9 starts) with Advanced-A Bakersfield in 2009...has won 31 games in the last three seasons MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Tommy Hunter (Bakersfield ‘08, Frisco ‘09), Mauro Gomez (Bakersfield ‘08-’09), Mitch Moreland (Bakersfield ‘09/Frisco ‘09), Alexi Ogando (Frisco ‘10), Randy Knorr (Manager - Harrisburg ‘10), Tony Beasley (Manager - Harrisburg ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended University of Illinois...played with future MLB OF Kyle Hudson...graduated from Wilmington High School in Illinois Transactions: Selected in 25th round of 2008 First-Year Player Draft by Rangers YR CLUB
08 09 10 11

AZL Rangers Southern Illinois Bakersfield Bakersfield Frisco Frisco Harrisburg Harrisburg

LG

AZL FRO CAL CAL TEX TEX EAS EAS

W-L ERA

2-1 0.73 0-2 21.41 1-3 3.60 10-0 2.70 1-1 4.58 10-5 4.20 1-1 2.73 9-9 4.69

7 3 12 29 5 22 6 21

G

GS

0 3 2 9 4 17 6 21

SV

0 12.1 0 9.2 1 30.0 0 86.2 0 17.2 0 105.0 0 36.0 0 117.0

IP

9 23 27 68 17 113 35 125

H

2 25 17 27 9 57 13 64

R

ER
1 23 12 26 9 49 10 61

BB

3 9 13 27 7 33 9 39

SO
11 11 37 91 9 75 33 92

Minor League Totals:

34-20 3.74

102

59

1 405.0

189

168

34

131

348

PITCHER (L)

Daniel Rosenbaum
Bats: Right Height: 6’1” Throws: Left Weight: 210 Born: 10/10/1987 in Loveland, OH Opening Day Age: 24 Obtained: Selected in the 22nd round of 2009 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: 2011 Single-A Potomac Nationals Player of the Year...ERA has never been higher than 2.59 at any of his five minor league stops MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Matt LeCroy (Manager - Hagerstown ‘10/Potomac ‘11), Steve Lombardozzi (Potomac ‘10), Brad Peacock (Potomac ‘10), Cole Kimball (Potomac ‘10), Tony Beasley (Manager - Harrisburg ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended Xavier University for two years...alumni include Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Bunning...played one year at Indiana University before transferring to Xavier Transactions: N/A YR CLUB
09 10 11

GCL Nationals Hagerstown Potomac Potomac Harrisburg

LG

GCL FRO CAR CAR EAS

W-L ERA
4-1 2-5 3-2 6-5 3-1

1.95 2.32 2.09 2.59 2.29

11 18 8 20 6

G

GS

8 18 7 19 6

SV

0 37.0 0 101.0 1 43.0 0 132.0 0 39.1

IP

29 95 35 113 27

H

14 40 12 52 14

R

ER
8 26 10 38 10

BB

9 28 13 41 11

SO

38 84 31 108 27

Minor League Totals:

18-14 3.74

63

58

0 352.0

299

132

92

102

288

31

PITCHER (R)

Mike Schultz
Bats: Right Height: 6’7” Throws: Right Weight: 220 Born: 11/28/1979 in Van Nuys, CA Opening Day Age: 32 Obtained: Signed as a Minor League free agent, March 2, 2012.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Pitched in Japan for each of the last four seasons, compiling ERAs between 1.06 and 3.48 in each individual year...tied for second in the Japanese Central League in 2009 with 73 appearances MLB info: Pitched in one game in 2007 with Arizona, inducing a double play from Bengie Molina and striking out Pedro Feliz in a scoreless inning on Apr. 20 against San Francisco Played with/for: Conor Jackson (Yakima ‘03, Lancaster ‘04, El Paso ‘04, Arizona ‘07), Matt Chico (Yakima ‘03, El Paso ‘04, Tennessee ‘05-’06), Dan Uggla (Lancaster ‘03-04, El Paso ‘04, Tennessee ‘05), Sergio Santos (El Paso ‘04), Mark Reynolds (Lancaster ‘04, Tennessee ‘06, Arizona ‘07), Wally Backman (Manager Lancaster ‘04), Garrett Mock (Tennessee ‘06), Chris Young (Tucson ‘06, Arizona ‘07), Colby Lewis (Hiroshima ‘08-09), Jeff Fiorentino (Hiroshima ‘10) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended Loyola Marymount University...alumni include C.J. Wilson and Billy Traber...graduated from Cleveland High School in Reseda, CA...former MLB All-Star Bret Saberhagen also played at Cleveland Transactions: Selected in 9th round of 1997 First-Year Player Draft by Phillies (did not sign)…selected in 2nd round of 2000 First-Year Player Draft by Diamondbacks YR CLUB
00 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

AZL Diamondbacks AZL High Desert CAL Yakima NOR Lancaster CAL Lancaster CAL El Paso TEX Tucson PCL Tennessee SOU Tennessee SOU Tucson PCL Tucson PCL ARIZONA NL Hiroshima JAP Hiroshima JAP Hiroshima JAP Yomiui JAP

LG

W-L ERA
0-1 1-2 1-0 2-2 1-1 0-0 0-1 4-6 1-0 2-4 4-5 0-0 3-4 5-3 0-1 0-0

6.77 3.63 4.71 4.67 3.00 4.61 5.00 3.58 1.54 3.52 3.92 0.00 3.23 2.28 3.48 1.06

2 7 5 9 13 12 7 63 9 49 55 1 47 73 11 19

G

GS

0 7 5 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 7 20 6 19 6

SV

0 0 0 0 2 1 0 6 3 4 4 0 19 1 7 0

2.2 22.1 28.2 44.1 18.0 13.2 9.0 65.1 11.2 53.2 78.0 1.0 53.0 75.0 10.1 17.0

IP

7 15 21 57 19 16 12 70 4 58 85 1 47 57 10 27

H

7 9 16 27 13 7 7 31 2 22 38 0 20 19 5 14

R

ER
2 9 15 23 6 7 5 26 2 21 34 0 19 19 4 10

BB

1 11 10 20 13 13 5 41 4 19 36 0 20 22 2 11

SO
2 16 27 32 18 14 4 68 7 41 50 1 43 72 8 7

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

0-0 1.00 16-22 3.89

1 231

0 22

0 1.0 20 347.0

1 299

0 132

0 92

0 102

1 288

CATCHER

Beau Seabury
Bats: Right Height: 6’1” Throws: Right Weight: 195 Born: 6/13/1985 in Mount Vernon, Washington Opening Day Age: 26 Acquired: Selected in AAA Rule V Draft from Rockies, December 8, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Has played first five seasons in professional baseball in Colorado’s organization...hit .274 with 2 HR and 20 RBI in 31 games at High-A Modesto last season...brother Jaron Seabury played for seven seasons in the minor leagues with the Blue Jays and Brewers MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: C (238)

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(Seabury continued) Played with/for: Jhoulys Chacin (Casper ‘07, Ashville ‘08), Joe Mikulik (Manager - Ashville ‘08-’09), Everth Cabrera (Ashville ‘08), Juan Nicasio (Ashville ‘09, Modesto ‘10) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended the University of Virginia in 2006 and 2007, making the College World Series regionals both years...one of six players drafted from 2007 Virginia team, which included current Tampa Bay OF Brandon Guyer...other Cavaliers alumni include current Nationals 3B Ryan Zimmerman, and Orioles IF Mark Reynolds...attended Skagit Valley College in WA from 2004 to 2005 Transactions: Selected in 37th round of 2004 First-Year Player Draft by Athletics (did not sign)...selected in 13th round of 2007 First-Year Player Draft by Rockies YR CLUB
07 08 09 10 11

Casper Asheville Asheville Modesto Modesto

LG

PIO SAL SAL CAL CAL

AVG

.304 .176 .238 .215 .274

32 51 71 59 31

G

AB

112 170 227 181 106

16 18 15 11 21

R

34 30 54 39 29

H

2B
6 7 11 9 8

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 2 11 14 20 18 20 12 11 23 12 7 39 56 64 52 26 1 3 4 1 0

0 2 4 2 0

Minor League Totals:

.234

244

796

81 186

41

0

7

83

65 237

9

8

PITCHER (L)

Atahualpa Severino
Bats: Left Height: 5’9” Throws: Left Weight: 170 Born: 11/6/1984 in Cotui, Dominican Republic Opening Day Age: 27 Obtained: Signed as a non-drafted free agent, February 13, 2004.
MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Ross Detwiler/Craig Stammen (Potomac ’08, Syracuse ‘10-’11), Greg Booker (Pitching Coach—Syracuse ‘10-11), Stephen Strasburg (Syracuse ‘10-’11, Washington ‘11) Transactions: N/A YR
07 08 09 10 11

CLUB

Nationals Hagerstown Potomac Potomac Harrisburg Syracuse Syracuse WASHINGTON

GCL SAL CAR CAR EAS INT INT NL

LG

W-L ERA
2-0 4-2 0-4 4-0 6-0 6-3 1-2 1-0

0.00 4.05 3.96 2.54 2.78 3.34 4.50 3.86

8 15 26 29 15 54 35 6

G GS SV
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 1 0 13 2 1 1 0

12.1 33.1 38.2 46.0 22.2 67.1 32.0 4.2

IP

14 28 31 35 19 60 37 5

H

2 17 18 14 8 27 17 2

R ER BB SO
1 15 17 13 7 25 16 2 2 17 20 14 14 29 23 1 31 34 31 39 27 46 38 7

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

1-0 3.86 218 29-16 3.09 6

20 0

22376.0 303 142 129 161 400 0 4.2 5 2 2 1 7

CATCHER

Jhonatan Solano
Bats: Right Height: 6’0’’ Throws: Right Weight: 180 Born: 8/12/1985 in Barranquilla, Colombia Opening Day Age: 26 Obtained: Signed as a non-drafted free agent, September 14, 2005.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Added to Nationals’ 40-man roster in 2011 offseason...posted highest single-season average of his career in 2011 (.275)...won the Carolina League Championship with Advanced-A Potomac in 2008…Went 9-for-26 in the postseason (.346), good for seventh in the league…hit a pair of home runs, one of three players with multiple homers in the playoffs...has struck out just once every 8.3 plate appearances in his career MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues

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(Solano continued) Positions played: C (420), 2B (6) Played with/for: John Poppert (Hagerstown ’07), Jesus Flores (Syracuse ‘11), Steve Lombardozzi (Harrisburg ‘10/Syracuse ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): From same town in Colombia as Edgar Renteria Transactions: N/A YR CLUB
06 07 08 09 10 11

Nationals Hagerstown Hagerstown Potomac Harrisburg Syracuse Harrisburg Syracuse

LG

GCL SAL SAL CAR EAS INT EAS INT

AVG
.256 .248 .218 .258 .280 .202 .252 .275

37 83 16 68 26 63 90 78

G

129 298 55 225 93 183 317 255

AB

16 29 6 35 7 17 28 27

R

33 74 12 58 26 37 80 70

H

2B
3 15 2 11 7 11 15 14

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 1 1 6 5 11 38 5 24 11 17 42 33 6 42 6 16 2 9 21 19 15 53 6 30 16 24 28 36 3 0 1 2 0 2 1 1

1 3 1 1 0 1 1 1

Minor League Totals:

.251

461 1555 175 390

78

0

21 181 121 208

10

9

INFIELDER

Steve Souza
Bats: Right Height: 6’4” Throws: Right Weight: 195 Born: 4/24/1989 in Everett, WA Opening Day Age: 22 Acquired: Selected in 3rd round of 2005 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Has stolen at least 18 bases in each of the last three seasons...has hit exactly 11 HR and 56 RBI in the last two seasons MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: 3B (249), 1B (117), SS (66), OF (1) Played with/for: Brad Peacock (GCL Nationals ‘07, Vermont ‘08, Hagerstown ‘08-’09), Atahualpa Severino (GCL Nationals ‘07, Hagerstown ‘08), Tyler Moore (Vermont ’08, Hagerstown ’09) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Drafted straight out of Cascade High School in Everett, WA. Grady Sizemore of the Cleveland Indians also attended Cascade High School Transactions: N/A YR CLUB
07 GCL Nationals 08 Hagerstown Vermont 09 Hagerstown 10 Hagerstown 11 Potomac

LG

GCL SAL NYP SAL SAL CAR

AVG
.194 .266 .189 .237 .231 .228

44 23 48 126 81 122

G

AB

144 79 175 447 303 390

17 14 27 52 49 58

R

28 21 33 106 70 89

H

2B
9 4 7 18 16 17

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 0 0 3 6 2 4 2 5 4 11 11 19 10 25 47 56 56 18 8 24 54 27 75 46 26 54 116 85 131 4 8 14 25 18 25

1 2 7 10 4 9

Minor League Totals:

.226

444 1538

217 347

71

11

37 213 206 458

94

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PITCHER (R)

Craig Stammen
Bats: Right Height: 6’3” Throws: Right Weight: 210 Born: 3/9/1984 in Versailles, OH Opening Day Age: 28 Obtained: Selected in 12th round of 2005 First-Year Player Draft.

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(Stammen continued) Professional awards/rankings/notes: Carolina League Midseason All-Star in 2008 MLB info: First start on May 21, 2009 against Pittsburgh...first win on June 18, 2009 against the Yankees... pitched first complete game on Jul. 11, 2009 against Houston, allowing two runs Played with/for: John Lannan (Vermont ‘05/Savannah ‘06/Potomac ‘07/Columbus ‘07/Washington’09/‘10), Shairon Martis (Savannah ‘06/Potomac ‘06-‘07/Columbus ‘08/Harrisburg ‘08/Syracuse ‘09-‘10/Washington ‘09), Jordan Zimmermann (Potomac ‘08/Harrisburg ‘08/Syracuse ‘09-‘10/Washington ‘09-‘10), Ryan Zimmerman (Washington ‘09-‘10), Stephen Strasburg (Syracuse ‘10/Washington ‘10), Randy Knorr (Manager - Syracuse ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended Versailles High School…Played football, basketball, and baseball for the Tigers…Played three years at the University of Dayton…Atlantic 10 All-Conference pick in 2005 Transactions: Drafted and signed by Nationals in 2005 YR CLUB
05 06 07 08 09 10 11 Vermont Savannah Potomac Potomac Columbus Potomac Harrisburg Columbus Syracuse WASHINGTON Syracuse WASHINGTON Syracuse WASHINGTON

LG

NYP SAL CAR CAR INT CAR EAS INT INT NL INT NL INT NL

W-L ERA

4-5 4.06 6-9 3.58 0-2 5.76 8-6 4.18 0-1 12.27 4-2 2.21 3-1 1.64 1-4 7.33 4-2 1.80 4-7 5.11 2-0 2.25 4-4 5.13 10-7 4.75 1-1 0.87

13 21 7 28 1 15 6 9 7 19 3 35 25 7

G GS SV
7 21 6 22 1 9 6 8 7 19 3 19 24 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

51.0 113.0 29.2 125.0 3.2 69.1 38.1 43.0 40.0 105.2 20.0 128.0 142.0 10.1

IP

62 110 34 156 4 59 22 62 33 112 18 151 163 3

H

36 55 20 79 5 24 8 35 10 67 5 78 80 1

R ER BB SO
23 45 19 58 5 17 7 35 8 60 5 73 75 1 12 29 7 54 3 17 11 16 8 24 3 41 40 4

32 93 16 96 2 62 31 35 14 48 10 85 127 12

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

9-12 4.94 42-39 3.96

61 38 135 114

0244.0 266 146 134 69 145 675.0 723 357 297 200 518

INFIELDER

Chad Tracy
Bats: Left Height: 6’2” Throws: Right Weight: 190 Born: 5/22/1980 in Charlotte, NC Opening Day Age: 31 Acquired: Signed as a free agent, December 20, 2011.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: 2003 Diamondbacks Minor League Player of the Year… 2002 Baseball America Minor League All-Star and Texas League MVP with El Paso… Has hit three doubles in a game nine different times in his career MLB info: Has played in 773 games between 2004-10, with Arizona, Florida, and the Chicago Cubs...Played in the Japanese Major Leagues last season with Hiroshima Positions played: 3B (721), 1B (269), OF (57) Played with/for: Dan Uggla (Yakima ‘01/Florida ‘09), Luis Gonzalez (Arizona ‘04-06), Chad Durbin (Arizona ’04), Roberto Alomar (Arizona ’04), Randy Johnson (Arizona ‘04), Kei Igawa (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre ‘09) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended East Carolina University… one of 92 Pirates to be drafted...Attended West Mecklanberg High School in Charlotte Transactions: Selected in 7th round of 2001 First-Year Player Draft by Diamondbacks… signed by Cubs Jan. 6, 2010...signed by Yankees Jul. 9, 2010...signed by Marlins Aug. 5, 2010

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(Tracy continued) YR CLUB
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10

11

Yakima South Bend El Paso Tucson Tucson ARIZONA ARIZONA ARIZONA Tucson ARIZONA Tucson ARIZONA Reno ARIZONA Iowa Scranton/WB FLORIDA CHICAGO Hiroshima

LG

NOR MID TEX PCL PCL NL NL NL PCL NL PCL NL PCL NL PCL INT NL NL JAP

AVG

.278 .340 .344 .324 .400 .285 .308 .281 .467 .264 .306 .267 .286 .237 .396 .324 .245 .250 .235

10 54 129 133 11 143 145 154 3 76 12 88 10 98 26 18 41 28 40

G

AB

36 215 514 522 40 481 503 597 15 227 49 273 35 257 91 68 102 44 149

2 43 80 91 7 45 73 91 3 30 5 25 4 29 21 14 5 6 10

R

10 73 177 169 16 137 155 168 7 60 15 73 10 61 36 22 25 11 35

H

2B
1 11 39 31 4 29 34 41 2 41 2 16 1 15 8 5 6 2 12

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
0 0 5 4 0 3 4 0 0 18 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 8 10 2 8 27 20 1 2 0 8 0 8 5 6 1 0 1 5 36 74 80 11 53 72 80 4 7 6 39 4 31 18 18 10 5 19 3 19 38 41 8 45 35 54 0 29 1 16 3 26 5 4 6 5 11 5 19 51 52 5 60 78 129 1 43 4 49 8 38 9 6 21 15 34 1 3 2 0 2 2 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 3 2 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

MAJOR LEAGUE Totals: Minor League Totals:

.278 .338

773 2484 304 690 161 406 1585 270 535 104

9 10

79 333 216 433 36 256 122 160

11 8

5 7

OUTFIELDER

Jesus Valdez
Bats: Right Height: 6’2” Throws: Right Weight: 170 Born: 11/2/1984 in San Cristobal, Dominican Republic Opening Day Age: 27 Acquired: Signed as a Minor League free agent, January 5, 2008.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Ranked second on 2011 Chiefs with 62 RBI...member of league champion GCL Nationals in 2009...born in San Cristobal, home to 25 major leaguers, including Jose Guillen, Francisco Liriano, and Jose Rijo MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Positions played: OF (354), RF (189), LF (128), 1B (17), 3B (3) Played with/for: Carlos Marmol (Arizona Cubs ‘03), Jeff Samardzija (Peoria ‘06, Daytona ‘07), Trent Jewett (Manager - Potomac ‘09), Randy Knorr (Manager - Harrisburg ‘10, Syracuse ‘11), Tony Beasley (Manager Syracuse ‘11), Steve Lombardozzi (Harrisburg/Syracuse ‘11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Did not attend college...signed as an undrafted free agent Transactions: Signed by Chicago Cubs as a non-drafted free agent in 2002 YR CLUB
03 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 Arizona Cubs Boise Peoria Daytona Hagerstown Vermont GCL Nationals Potomac Harrisburg Harrisburg Syracuse

LG
ARZ NW MID FSL SAL NYP GCL CAR EAS EAS INT

AVG
.320 .244 .302 .250 .287 .341 .286 .297 .273 .261 .271

G
48 61 130 83 28 23 5 89 139 31 102

AB
175 234 510 288 108 85 14 343 527 111 388

R
20 30 63 36 10 12 5 51 61 7 48

H
56 57 154 72 31 29 4 102 144 29 105

2B
8 13 25 11 6 4 0 20 31 8 19

3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
5 1 1 4 0 1 0 2 4 0 0 0 5 5 1 3 1 3 9 9 2 10 29 38 61 39 13 16 5 55 65 14 62 7 9 22 18 3 12 1 18 28 4 28 31 49 73 40 16 11 1 53 83 25 68 7 4 10 2 0 1 0 6 2 1 3 2 3 6 3 0 0 0 3 2 0 2

Minor League Totals:

.281

742 2789 343 783 145

18

48 397 150 452

36

21

36

PITCHER (L)

Cory VanAllen
Bats: Left Height: 6’3” Throws: Left Weight: 180 Born: 12/24/1984 in Bakersfield, CA Opening Day Age: 27 Obtained: Selected in 6th round of 2006 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Originally drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 3rd round (91st overall) of the 2003 entry draft out of high school…selected four picks after former Chief Kory Casto…went to the Eastern League Playoffs with Double-A Harrisburg in 2011 MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Mike Daniel (Vermont ’06), Marco Estrada/Shairon Martis/Craig Stammen (Potomac ’07), Luis Atilano (Harrisburg ’09), Brad Meyers (Harrisburg ’09), Tony Beasley (Manager Harrisburg ’11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Played at Baylor from 2004 through 2006…made it to the semifinal round of College World Series in 2005…lost to eventual champion Texas 4-3…Baylor had swept the season series with Texas 3-0 prior to the meeting…started in quarterfinals against Tulane and trailed 7-0…Baylor scored eight runs in the final three innings to win 8-7…attended the Clements School in Sugar Land, Texas…same high school as Major-League pitcher Matt Albers Transactions: Selected in the 3rd round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft by LA Dodgers (did not sign) YR CLUB
06 07 08 09 10 11 Vermont Hagerstown Potomac Potomac GCL Nationals Harrisburg Harrisburg Potomac Harrisburg Harrisburg

LG
NYP SAL CAR CAR GCL EAS EAS CAR EAS EAS

W-L ERA
1-4 1-3 3-7 3-0 0-0 3-3 3-5 2-3 0-1 5-4 4.06 3.62 5.49 0.66 0.00 5.13 5.07 4.14 3.24 2.50

G
13 11 13 5 1 10 31 36 8 47

GS
9 11 13 4 1 10 16 0 0 0

SV
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

IP
57.2 54.2 59.0 27.1 4.0 47.1 94.0 41.1 8.1 57.2

H
53 67 78 18 3 64 116 49 7 49

R
29 37 43 6 1 30 56 21 3 19

ER
26 22 36 2 0 27 53 19 3 16

BB
16 6 23 7 0 11 31 8 4 22

SO
41 51 54 19 2 36 69 48 6 71

Minor League Totals:

21-30 4.07

175

64

1 451.1

504

245

204

128

397

PITCHER (R)

Josh Wilkie
Bats: Right Height: 6’2’’ Throws: Right Weight: 190 Born: 7/22/1984 in Clarkesville, TN Opening Day Age: 27 Obtained: Signed as a non-drafted free agent, June 14, 2006.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: Finished first in baserunners per nine innings pitched (9.79), second in walks per nine innings pitched (1.63) and third in games finished (31) in Carolina League with Advanced-A Potomac in 2008… Won the Carolina League Championship with Advanced-A Potomac in 2008…Earned victory in game two of the Championship Series…threw two scoreless innings (9 th and 10th) MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Jhonatan Solano (Hagerstown ‘07/Potomac ‘08/Syracuse ’09-’11), Tim Foli (Manager Syracuse ‘09), Trent Jewett (Manager - Syracuse ‘10), Greg Booker (Pitching Coach - Syracuse ‘10-’11), Stephen Strasburg (Syracuse ‘10-’11) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended George Washington University…went 25-12 with a 2.97 ERA in college…music major…can play the guitar, saxophone, piano and drums…worked last offseason with the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform...attended Chattahoochee High School in Alpharetta, GA Transactions: N/A

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(Wilkie continued)

YR CLUB
06 07 08 09 10 11

Nationals Hagerstown Potomac Harrisburg Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse

LG

GCL SAL CAR EAS INT INT INT

W-L ERA
2-2 3-6 1-2 5-2 2-3 4-4 3-5 4.94 3.49 2.08 2.37 3.22 2.45 3.13

13 47 46 34 17 53 52

G

GS

1 0 0 0 0 1 0

SV

2 11 5 3 2 8 16

27.1 80.0 60.2 49.1 22.1 69.2 60.1

IP

33 86 52 48 19 57 61

H

19 42 14 14 8 22 25

R

ER
15 31 14 13 8 19 21

BB
11 34 12 13 4 22 21

SO
31 70 45 40 25 62 57

Minor League Totals:

20-24 2.95

262

2

47 369.2

356

144

121

117

330

PITCHER (R)

Zech Zinicola
Bats: Right Height: 6’1’’ Throws: Right Weight: 220 Born: 3/2/1985 in Loma Linda, CA Opening Day Age: 27 Obtained: Selected in 6th round of 2006 First-Year Player Draft.
Professional awards/rankings/notes: No. 6 prospect in the Nationals farm system in 2007 MLB info: Has not played in Major Leagues Played with/for: Ian Desmond (Potomac ’06, Harrisburg ’06, ‘08-’09, Syracuse ’09), Justin Maxwell (Vermont ’06, Harrisburg ’08, Syracuse ’09-’10), Tim Raines (Hitting Coach – Harrisburg ’07), Randy Knorr (Manager – Potomac ’08-Syracuse ‘11), Jordan Zimmermann (Potomac ’08, Harrisburg ’08, Syracuse ’09-Syracuse ’10), Trent Jewett (Manager – Syracuse ’10) College/HS notes (w/famous alumni): Attended Arizona State from 2004-06…2nd Team Freshman AllAmerican in 2004…played with future major leaguers, Dustin Pedroia, Colin Curtis, Jeff Larish, Travis Buck, Ike Davis, and Brett Wallace…attended Arlington HS in Riverside, California…MLB albums include Lucas Duda, Bill Murphy, and Nick Neugebauer Transactions: Selected in 43rd round of 2003 First-Year Player Draft by Braves (did not sign) YR
06 07 08 09 10 11

CLUB

Vermont Potomac Harrisburg Harrisburg Potomac Harrisburg Columbus Harrisburg Syracuse Syracuse Harrisburg Harrisburg Syracuse

LG

NYP CAR EAS EAS CAR EAS INT EAS INT INT EAS EAS INT

W-L ERA
0-0 3-0 1-1 0-4 2-0 3-2 3-3 1-1 0-1 0-0 2-3 2-0 1-0

0.00 1.98 2.70 5.46 0.00 2.89 7.53 1.74 7.56 4.30 2.57 2.08 1.98

8 9 10 42 8 15 24 17 26 1 26 11 21

G

GS SV
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 3 5 6 3 6 0 5 0 1 11 4 1

9.0 13.2 10.0 57.2 12.1 18.2 34.2 20.2 33.1 14.2 28.0 13.0 27.1

IP

6 11 11 53 3 22 44 20 47 15 21 11 20

H

0 3 6 35 0 6 30 5 30 7 9 3 6

R ER BB SO
0 3 3 35 0 6 29 4 28 7 8 3 6 1 3 11 36 3 13 17 9 10 5 13 3 10 10 13 8 45 15 13 22 16 31 11 26 15 29

Minor League Totals:

18-15 4.05

228

0

49 293.0 284 140 132 134 254

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SYRACUSE 2011 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS
Date
4/7 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/25 4/26 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/11 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/23 5/24 5/25 5/26 5/27 5/28 5/29 5/30 5/31 6/1 6/2 6/3 6/4 6/5 6/6 6/7 6/8 6/9 6/10 6/11 6/12 6/13 6/14 6/15 6/16 6/17 6/18 6/19 6/20 6/21 @ BUF @ BUF @ LHV @ LHV @ LHV @ LHV VS PAW VS PAW VS PAW VS PAW VS LHV VS LHV @ PAW @ PAW @ PAW @ PAW @SWB @ SWB @ SWB @ SWB @ SWB VS TOL VS TOL VS TOL VS TOL VS TOL VS ROC VS ROC VS ROC VS ROC OFF @ DUR @ DUR @ DUR @ DUR @ NOR @ NOR @ NOR @ NOR VS DUR VS DUR VS DUR VS DUR VS NOR VS NOR VS NOR VS NOR @ ROC @ ROC @ ROC @ ROC OFF VS CHA VS CHA VS CHA VS CHA @ LOU @ LOU @ LOU @ LOU @ IND @ IND @ IND @ IND VS LOU VS LOU VS LOU VS LOU VS SWB VS SWB VS SWB VS SWB OFF @ CHA @ CHA @ CHA @ CHA @ GWI @ GWI

Opp.

Score

W 8-5 L 3-2 (13) W 2-1 (10) W 2-0 L 4-3 PPD PPD W 3-2 (G1, 9) W 4-1 (G2) L 8-2 L 4-2 L 10-6 L 5-1 L 3-1 W 6-3 L 14-0 PPD L 4-2 (G1) W 2-0 (G2) L 3-2 L 2-1 (13) PPD L 6-2 (G1) L 3-1 (G2, 6) L 7-2 L 7-1 W 3-0 L 9-6 W 3-2 PPD L 4-3 L 3-1 L 6-5 (11) L 4-0 W 8-4 W 6-3 W 4-2 L 4-1 L 9-2 W 11-0 PPD Cancelled W 4-3 W 10-4 W 9-4 W 5-4 W 2-0 W 9-3 L 5-0 L 10-4 W 9-1 W 8-7 W 8-3 L 5-3 L 9-4 L 5-1 L 2-1 L 5-1 L 3–1 W 6-4 L 7-2 L 6-4 L 9-2 W 2-1 W 4-3 L 6-4 W 3-2 L 5-4 L 8-3 L 3-1 W 3-2 L 5-2 L 7-6 (11) L 10-9 L 8-2 L 7-1

Win/Loss/Save

Kimball (1-0), Gee (0-1), Wilkie (1) De La Torre (1-0), Chico (0-1) Hyde (1-0), Stutes (0-1), Kimball (1) Milone (1-0), Bonine (0-1), Kimball (2) Zagurski (1-0), Chico (0-2) Carr (1-0), Rice (0-1) Detwiler (1-0), Fox (1-1), Wilkie (2) Pena (1-0), Mock (0-1) Bonine (1-1), Milone (1-1), Mathieson (1) Stutes (2-1), Carr (1-1) Fox (2-1), Martin (0-1), Bowden (2) Weiland (1-1), Maya (0-1), Atchison (1) Detwiler (2-0), Pena (1-1), Kimball (3) Duckworth (2-0), Mock (0-2) Millwood (1-0), Milone 1-2) Stammen (1-0), Mitchell (0-2) Brackman (2-0), Maya (0-2), Whelan (2) Sanit (2-0), Mandel (0-1) Furbush (2-1), Martin (0-2) Ni (3-0), Arnesen (0-1), Gonzalez (1) Below (2-1), Milone (1-3) Wilk (1-2), Stammen (1-1) Maya (1-2), Manship (1-1), Kimball (4) Gibson (1-1, Detwiler (2-1) Balester (1-0), Dumatrait (0-1) Wade (1-0), Wilkie (0-1) Delaney (1-0), Stammen (1-2), Ekstrom (1) Swindle (1-0), Carr (1-2) Baker (1-2), Detwiler (2-2), Bootcheck (1) Meyers (1-0), Spoone (2-1) Milone (2-3), Drese (1-3), Kimball (5) Stammen (2-2), VandenHurk (2-5), Wilkie (3) Patton (1-0), Maya (1-3), Worrell (6) Baker (2-2), Detwiler (2-3) Meyers (2-0), Hall (0-2) Doubleheader Stammen (3-2), George (2-3), Wilkie (4) Carr (2-2), Castillo (1-3) Detwiler (3-3), Hendrickson (0-3), Mandel (1) Balester (2-0), Castillo (1-4) Milone (3-3), Mullins (0-1), Mandel (2) Stammen (4-2), Hacker (1-2) Gibson (2-3), Maya (1-4) Diamond (2-4), Detwiler (3-4) Meyers (3-0), Marquez (3-4) Mandel (1-1), Carter (0-1) Stammen (5-2), Zaleski (0-2) Hernandez (3-5), Martin (0-3), Kinney (2) Klinker (3-1), Detwiler (3-5) Carroll (3-2), Meyers (3-1), Christiani (1) Johnson (3-0), Milone (3-4), Christiani (2) Volquez (1-0), Stammen (5-3) Lincoln (5-5), Martin (0-4), Wood (12) Detwiler (4-5), Leroux (2-2), Mattheus (1) Owens (5-4), Meyers (3-2) Thomas (4-1), Pena (0-1), Wood (13) Cochran (6-1), Arnesen (0-2) Martin (1-4), Hynick (1-5), Mattheus (2) Detwiler (5-5), Reineke (5-3), Wilkie (5) Carroll (5-2), Meyers (3-3), Christiani (7) Milone (4-4), Mitchell (4-5), Balester (1) Schmidt (3-1), Pena (0-2), Flores (1) Wade (3-1), Gorzelanny (0-1), Wordekemper (2) Warren (5-2), Detwiler (5-6), Schmidt (1) Meyers(4-3), Whisler(1-1), Pena (1) Heath (2-2), Milone (4-5), Kinney (6) Kinney (2-2), Pena (0-3) Corley (2-1), Mandel (1-2), Carter (2) Teheran (7-1), Pena (0-4) Shell (1-1), Martin (1-5)

Time Rec.
3:02 4:26 3:25 2:17 3:06 2:37 2:11 3:12 2:22 3:10 2:50 2:42 2:48 2:55 2:05 1:45 2:17 3:48 1:54 1:37 2:43 2:39 2:26 2:47 2:53 2:53 2:45 3:34 2:23 2:44 2:34 2:26 2:37 2:47 2:47 2:39 2:29 3:02 3:15 2:39 2:55 2:23 2:43 2:33 3:04 2:47 3:02 2:39 2:20 2:31 2:48 2:01 3:05 2:51 2:37 2:45 2:01 2:33 3:08 2:38 2:56 2:53 2:29 2:35 2:57 3:53 3:14 2:55 2:35 1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 4-2 5-2 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-7 6-7 6-8 6-9 7-9 7-10 7-11 7-12 7-13 7-14 7-15 8-15 8-16 9-16 9-17 9-18 9-19 9-20 10-20 11-20 12-20 12-21 12-22 13-22 14-22 15-22 16-22 17-22 18-22 19-22 19-23 19-24 20-24 21-24 22-24 22-25 22-26 22-27 22-28 22-29 22-30 23-30 23-31 23-32 23-33 24-33 25-33 25-34 26-34 26-35 26-36 26-37 27-37 27-38 27-39 27-40 27-41 27-42

Pos.
1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 6 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 4 6

-0.5 +1 -0.5 -1.5 -2.0 -2.5 -2.0 -3.0 -3.0 -3.0 -3.0 -4.0 -5.0 -5.5 -7.0 -7.0 -7.0 -7.5 -6.0 -7.0 -7.0 -7.0 -7.0 -7.0 -8.0 -8.0 -8.0 -8.0 -7.0 -6.5 -7.0 -8.0 -8.0 -7.5 -7.5 -7.5 -7.5 -7.0 -7.0 -7.0 -7.0 -7.5 -7.0 -7.0 -7.0 -7.0 -7.0 -7.0 -8.0 -8.0 -9.0 -10.0 -11.0 -10.0 -11.0 -12.0 -12.0 -12.0 -11.5 -12.0 -12.0 -13.0 -13.0 -14.0 -14.0 -13.0 -13.0 -13.0 -14.0 -15.0 -15.0

GB

39

Date
6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 6/30 7/1 7/2 7/3 7/4 7/5 7/6 7/7 7/8 7/9 7/10 7/11 7/12 7/13 7/14 7/14 7/15 7/16 7/17 7/18 7/19 7/20 7/20 7/21 7/22 7/23 7/24 7/25 7/26 7/27 7/28 7/29 7/30 7/31 8/1 8/2 8/3 8/4 8/5 8/6 8/7 8/8 8/9 8/10 8/11 8/12 8/13 8/14 8/15 8/16 8/17 8/18 8/19 8/20 8/21 8/22 8/23 8/24 8/25 8/26 8/26 8/27 8/28 8/29 8/29 8/30 8/31 9/1 9/2 9/3 9/4 9/5

@ GWI @ GWI VS ROC VS ROC @ ROC @ ROC VS IND VS IND VS IND VS IND @ BUF @ BUF VS BUF VS BUF VS PAW VS PAW VS PAW VS LHV VS LHV OFF OFF OFF @ LHV @ LHV @ LHV VS LHV VS LHV VS BUF VS BUF VS BUF VS BUF VS BUF @ SWB @ SWB @ SWB @ SWB VS COL VS COL VS COL VS COL @ TOL @ TOL @ TOL @ TOL OFF @ COL @ COL @ COL @ COL VS BUF VS BUF @ BUF @ BUF VS SWB VS SWB VS SWB VS SWB VS GWI VS GWI VS GWI VS GWI @ PAW @ PAW @ PAW @ PAW VS PAW VS PAW VS ROC VS ROC VS ROC @ LHV @ LHV @ LHV OFF @ BUF @ BUF @ ROC @ ROC VS LHV VS LHV

Opp.

Score

W 12-4 W 4-2 W 10-3 L 6-2 W 9-2 W 11-2 W 8-5 L 7-3 L 3-0 W 5-4 W 6-5 (11) W 10-4 W 4-2 L 11-6 L 2-0 W 8-2 L 5-4 L 6-0 L 5-2

Milone (5-5), Flande (2-4) Stammen (6-3), Cordier (1-4), Wilkie (6) Tatusko (1-0), Mullins (1-4) Waldrop (3-4), Wilkie (0-2) Detwiler (6-6), Diamond (0-2) Milone (6-5), Diamond (4-7) Stammen (7-3), Burres (3-7), Wilkie (7) Gallagher (3-8), Maya (1-5), Thomas (2) Olson (2-0), Meyers (4-4), Jackson (2) Wilkie (1-2), Thomas (5-2) Wilkie (2-2), Lujan (1-2) Stammen (8-3), O’Connor (3-3) Severino (1-0), Thayer (3-1), Zinicola (1) Owen (4-4), Gaudin (0-1) Doubront (1-3), Martin (1-6), Pena (3) Milone (7-5), Duckworth (4-6) Okajima (5-0), Mandel (1-3), Bowden (9) Worley (5-2), Maya (1-6) Brummett (1-2), Gaudin (0-2) ALL STAR BREAK W 3-2 (G1) Martin (2-6), Bass (4-7), Wilkie (8) L 5-2 (G2) Savery (1-0), Tatusko (1-1), Schwimer (7) L 7-6 Edell (2-2), Balester (2-1), Grilli (3) L 8-6 Feierabend (9-5), Peacock (0-1), Schwimer (8) W 8-4 Milone (8-5), Brummett (1-3) PPD W 4-3 (12) Mandel (2-3), Sweeney (3-4) W 7-6 (G1,8) Mandel (3-3), De La Torre (2-2) W 9-5 (G2) Tatusko(2-1), Chacin (0-1) L 5-2 Misch (5-5), Stammen (8-4), Thayer (10) W 8-3 Peacock (1-1), Kontos (2-3) L 5-2 Smith (3-2), Milone (8-6), Whelan (19) L 7-2 Schmidt (4-2), Wang (0-1) L 15-1 Soriano (1-0), Maya (1-7) L 3-0 Germano (1-2), Stammen (8-5) W 2-0 Peacock (2-1), Gomez (10-4), Wilkie (9) W 6-5 Hyde (2-0), Putnam (5-3), Severino (1) W 3-0 Martin (3-6), Martinez (6-5), Hyde (1) L 4-3 (11) Marte (1-0), Wilkie (2-3) L 8-5 Wise (3-1), Wilkie (2-4) W 8-3 Bronson (1-0), Oliver (6-8) W 17-2 Tatusko (3-1), Weber (5-8) L 5-2 L 7-5 L 5-4 L 6-4 W 8-2 W 3-2 W 6-1 L 3-2 W 7-4 W 4-2 PPD Cancelled W 13-4 L 3-1 L 1-0 W 5-2 W 3-1 W 7-4 L 3-2 W 4-2 W 3-1 L 12-4 L 2-0 (G1) L 3-2 (G2) W 4-3 PPD W 4-0 (G1) W 4-0 (G2) W 3-1 W 6-2 W10-9 (10) L 6-3 L 7-4 L 4-1 (6) Martinez (7-5), Maya (1-8), Judy (16) Kluber (6-7), Stammen (8-6), Hagadone(3) Judy (6-2), Severino (1-1) Talbot (1-1), Tatusko (3-2), Judy (17) Milone (9-6), Schwinden (7-6), Martin (1) Wilkie (3-4), O’Connor (4-4) Stammen (9-6), Owen (5-6) Thayer (4-3), Wilkie (3-5) Peacock (3-1), Banuelos (0-1), Martin (2) Mandel (4-3), Kensing (1-1), Wilkie (10) Doubleheader Maya (2-8), Shell (2-3) Teheran (13-2), Tatusko (3-3), Gearrin (4) Hoover (1-1), Severino (1-2), Chapman (2) Milone (10-6), Flande (7-8), Wilkie (11) Meyers (5-4), Weiland (8-9), Mandel (3) Maya (3-8), Doubront (1-5) Pena (9-5), Stammen (9-7), Bowden (16) Peacock (4-1), Rice (4-5), Wilkie (12) Milone (11-6), Tazawa (1-1), Wilkie (13) Doubront (2-5), Tatusko (3-4) Hendricks (3-4), Maya (3-9), Hoey (8) Stuifbergen (1-0), Martin (3-7), James (1) Stammen (10-7), Baldwin (6-13), Wilkie (14) Milone (12-6), Mathieson (2-2) Peacock (5-1), Bass (7-10) Meyers (6-4), Cohoon (4-10), Wilkie (15) Maya (4-9), Owen (6-7) Zinicola (1-0), Stevens (1-2), Wilkie (16) Baldwin (7-13), Mock (0-3), Waldrop (3) Feierabend (10-8), Mandel (4-4), Savery (2) Bump (5-9), Meyers (6-5)

Win/Loss/Save

Time Rec.
3:03 3:06 2:24 2:25 3:00 3:00 3:16 2:56 2:37 3:10 3:48 3:20 2:30 3:27 2:17 2:45 2:59 2:46 2:49

28-42 29-42 30-42 30-43 31-43 32-43 33-43 33-44 33-45 34-45 35-45 36-45 37-45 37-46 37-47 38-47 38-48 38-49 38-50

Pos.
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

2:01 2:05 3:20 3:25 2:53 4:28 3:00 2:33 2:49 3:13 2:47 2:48 3:07 2:14 2:39 3:33 2:36 3:36 3:20 3:13 3:14 2:31 3:11 3:39 2:52 3:06 3:32 2:55 2:51 2:49 2:38 3:19 2:52 2:40 2:58 2:54 2:55 3:02 3:06 2:25 3:17 1:48 1:56 2:51 1:53 2:12 3:00 3:10 4:08 2:41 3:07 1:44

39-50 39-51 39-52 39-53 40-53 41-53 42-53 43-53 43-54 44-54 44-55 44-56 44-57 44-58 45-58 46-58 47-58 47-59 47-60 48-60 49-60 49-61 49-62 49-63 49-64 50-64 51-64 52-64 52-65 53-65 54-65 55-65 55-66 55-67 56-67 57-67 58-67 58-68 59-68 60-68 60-69 60-70 60-71 61-71 62-71 63-71 64-71 65-71 66-71 66-72 66-73 66-74

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

-14.0 -13.0 -12.5 -12.0 -12.0 -12.0 -12.0 -12.0 -12.0 -12.0 -12.0 -12.0 -11.0 -12.0 -12.0 -11.0 -12.0 -13.0 -14.0 -14.0 -14.0 -14.0 -13.5 -14.0 -15.0 -16.0 -15.0 -14.5 -13.5 -13.0 -12.0 -13.0 -12.0 -12.5 -14.0 -15.0 -16.0 -16.0 -15.0 -14.0 -14.0 -14.0 -13.5 -12.5 -12.5 -13.5 -14.5 -14.5 -14.5 -14.5 -14.5 -13.5 -14.5 -14.5 -13.5 -14.0 -14.5 -13.5 -14.5 -14.5 -14.5 -13.5 -12.5 -13.5 -12.5 -12.5 -12.5 -13.0 -14.0 -14.0 -14.0 -13.0 -13.0 -12.5 -11.5 -11.0 -11.0 -12.0 -13.0 -14.0

GB

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2011 CHIEFS BATTING
BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS Ankiel, Rick* .143 2 7 2 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 0 Antonelli, Matt .297 86 300 44 89 19 3 8 30 138 47 59 6 6 Aubrey, Michael* .273 82 227 34 62 12 0 11 35 107 32 30 0 0 Bernadina, Roger* .250 46 164 26 41 9 0 6 14 68 18 47 14 5 Bixler, Brian .314 25 86 17 27 5 0 1 6 35 16 30 4 1 Blanco, Gregor* .203 51 143 28 29 7 2 3 10 49 27 35 15 1 Brown, Corey* .235 124 396 50 93 18 3 14 39 159 47 134 4 7 Bynum, Seth .259 84 297 35 77 13 2 10 39 124 26 83 7 2 Curran, Chris* .278 7 18 2 5 0 1 0 2 7 1 6 0 1 Flores, Jesus .234 56 209 17 49 15 0 5 30 79 5 54 0 0 Fox, Adam .241 29 87 12 21 4 2 2 12 35 5 20 2 1 Frazier, Jeff .226 118 371 37 84 21 0 10 46 135 33 53 1 3 Hulett, Tug* .280 104 346 44 97 25 2 6 49 144 43 67 7 6 Lombardozzi, Steve# .310 69 294 46 91 13 2 4 29 120 21 40 14 5 Maldonaldo, Carlos .234 38 111 11 26 9 0 1 12 38 21 32 0 0 Marrero, Chris .300 127 483 59 145 30 0 14 69 217 58 97 3 2 McConnell, Chris .175 57 171 14 30 9 1 1 10 44 13 41 3 3 Nicol, Sean .333 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Solano, Jhonatan .275 78 255 27 70 14 0 5 33 99 19 36 1 1 Valdez, Jesus .271 102 388 48 105 19 0 10 62 154 28 68 3 2 Valdez, Alex# .156 27 77 8 12 2 1 2 6 22 7 17 2 0 Boomer, Whiting# .175 22 63 7 11 1 0 0 3 12 5 15 3 5 Zimmerman, Ryan .222 2 9 1 2 0 0 0 3 2 0 2 0 0 TEAM TOTAL** .257 140 4626 581 1190 248 20 113 544 1817 481 1011 90 51 * = LH, # = SH ** = Team totals include pitchers hitting statistics TEAM TOTAL (2010) .252 143 4715 595 1190 250 TEAM TOTAL (2009) .263 144 4693 601 1236 240 E 0 11 0 0 1 2 4 9 1 2 2 2 10 0 1 5 6 0 6 3 3 0 0 82

28 110 549 1826 487 1089 161 64 105 27 113 566 1869 390 1019 144 66 117

Pinch-hitters AUBREY BLANCO BYNUM CURRAN FLORES FOX FRAZIER HULETT MALDONADO MARRERO NICOL SOLANO A. VALDEZ J. VALDEZ TOTAL:

AVG .222 .000 .333 .000 .000 .333 .182 .200 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 .333 .209

AB 18 7 3 1 2 6 11 10 2 1 1 1 1 3 67

H HR RBI 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 5 2 1 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 14 3 13

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Multi-Hit Games ANTONELLI AUBREY BERNADINA BIXLER BLANCO BROWN BYNUM CURRAN FLORES FOX FRAZIER HULETT LOMBARDOZZI MALDONADO MARRERO MARTIN MCCONNELL MILONE SOLANO A. VALDEZ J. VALDEZ WHITING ZIMMERMAN

2H 20 10 8 1 4 19 15 5 3 13 21 15 7 34 1 6 2 12 18 3 1

3H 5 4 1 6 2 4 1 3 1 5 12 1 12 1 4 6

4H 5H+ 1 1

Multi-RBI Games

1

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

3

4 1 2

5+ 1

2 2 3 2 3 4

2

1 1

1 1

2

1

1

1 1 1 2

2

1

Syracuse (IL Rank) Average .257 (t-9) At Bats 4626 (14) Runs 581 (13) Hits 1190 (14) Doubles 248 (t-9) Triples 20 (t-12) Home Runs 113 (10) RBI 544 (12) Total Bases 1817 (13) Walks 481 (3) Strikeouts 1011 (5) Stolen Bases 90 (9) Caught Stealing 51 (12) OPS .724 (7)

2011 Team Batting

IL Best (Team) .271 (Durham) 4936 (Louisville) 716 (Columbus) 1318 (Durham) 288 (Louisville) 45 (Indianapolis) 152 (Columbus) 661 (Columbus) 2093 (Louisville) 570 (Columbus) 981 (Indianapolis) 139 (Toledo) 23 (Louisville) .770 (Columbus)

IL Worst (Team) .251 (Norfolk) 4626 (Syracuse) 570 (Buffalo) 1190 (Syracuse) 214 (Gwinnett) 18 (Buffalo) 91 (Indianapolis) 532 (Buffalo) 1778 (Buffalo) 392 (Scranton/WB) 1188 (Charlotte) 52 (Buffalo) 61 (Indianapolis) .695 (Norfolk)

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2011 CHIEFS PITCHING
PITCHERS W-L Arnesen, Erik 0-2 Balester, Collin 2-1 Bronson, Evan* 1-0 Carr, Adam 2-2 Chico, Matt* 0-2 Detwiler, Russ* 6-6 Frazier, Jeff 0-0 Garcia, Christian 0-0 Gaudin, Chad 0-2 Gorzelanny, Tom* 0-1 Hyde, Lee* 2-0 Kimball, Cole 1-0 Mandel, Jeff 4-4 Martin, J.D. 3-7 Martinez, Carlos 0-0 Mattheus, Ryan 0-0 Maya, Yunesky 4-9 Meyers, Brad 6-5 Milone, Tom* 12-6 Mock, Garrett 0-3 Peacock, Brad 5-1 Pena, Hassan 0-4 Rodriguez, Henry 0-0 Romero, J.C.* 0-0 Severino, Atahualpa* 1-2 Slaten, Doug* 0-0 Stammen, Craig 10-7 Strasburg, Stephen 0-0 Tatusko, Ryan 3-4 Wang, Chien-Ming 0-1 Wilkie, Josh 3-5 Zinicola, Zech 1-0 TEAM TOTALS 66-74 *= LHP ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO HB WP 3.57 3 3 0 0 0 17.2 22 7 7 2 3 15 0 0 4.35 28 0 0 0 1 39.1 47 19 19 2 15 46 1 3 6.23 35 1 0 0 0 4.1 3 3 3 0 2 3 0 0 6.63 43 17 0 0 0 19.0 22 14 14 4 12 13 0 2 5.06 8 0 0 0 0 10.2 16 7 6 0 5 8 0 3 4.53 16 16 0 0 0 87.1 98 48 44 4 32 63 1 2 0.00 2 0 0 0 9 1.2 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 4.38 6 2 0 0 0 12.1 17 9 6 0 3 14 1 1 9.00 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 5 4 4 1 1 3 1 0 5.68 42 0 0 0 1 38.0 40 26 24 5 26 38 4 3 0.00 12 0 0 0 5 13.2 8 0 0 0 8 14 0 1 3.81 43 0 0 0 3 54.1 67 25 23 5 16 48 9 2 3.93 30 14 0 0 2 107.2 105 51 47 17 17 72 7 3 27.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.2 7 5 5 1 2 0 0 0 0.00 9 0 0 0 2 10.0 3 0 0 0 3 10 0 0 5.00 22 22 1 0 0 129.2 133 73 72 14 28 98 5 2 3.48 17 16 0 0 0 95.2 110 39 37 8 15 74 7 2 3.22 24 24 0 0 0 148.1 137 55 53 9 16 155 1 3 6.28 16 4 0 0 0 28.2 24 20 20 2 24 32 1 1 3.19 9 9 0 0 0 48.0 36 18 17 5 24 48 2 4 19.29 7 0 0 0 1 7.0 18 15 15 0 2 8 0 0 1.08 6 0 0 0 0 8.1 5 2 1 0 6 9 0 1 1.29 5 0 0 0 0 7.0 3 1 1 0 1 5 0 1 4.50 35 0 0 0 1 32.0 37 17 16 2 23 38 2 1 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 2.2 2 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 4.75 25 24 1 1 0 142.0 163 80 75 18 40 127 1 6 1.80 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 2 1 1 0 0 7 0 0 4.54 23 2 0 0 0 39.2 52 20 20 1 19 28 2 6 6.75 2 2 0 0 0 10.2 15 8 8 2 2 9 1 1 3.13 52 0 0 0 16 60.1 61 25 21 4 21 57 2 1 1.98 21 0 0 0 1 27.1 20 6 6 2 10 29 0 2 4.17 140 140 2 9 33 1216.0 1279 598 563 108 379 1079 48 52

RELIEVERS Balester Bronson Carr Chico Garcia Gaudin Hyde Kimball Mandel Martin Martinez Mattheus Meyers Mock Pena Rodriguez Romero Severino Slaten Stammen Tatusko Wilkie Zinicola

G 28 1 17 8 1 4 42 12 43 16 1 9 1 12 7 6 5 35 3 1 21 52 21

W-L 2-1 1-0 2-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 2-0 1-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-0 3-3 3-5 1-0

IP—ER—ERA 39.1-19-4.35 4.1-3-6.23 19.0-14-6.63 10.2-6-5.06 2.0-0-0.00 5.2-2-3.18 38.0-24-5.68 13.2-0-0.00 54.1-23-3.81 32.1-10-2.78 1.2-5-27.00 10.0-3-0.00 6.0-3-4.50 14.1-5-3.14 7.0-15-19.29 8.1-1-1.08 7.0-1-1.29 32.0-16-4.50 2.2-0-0.00 2.0-2-9.00 33.2-16-4.28 60.1-21-3.13 27.1-6-1.98

SV/OP 1/1 0/0 0/3 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/2 5/5 3/7 2/2 0/0 2/2 0/0 0/0 1/2 0/0 0/0 1/3 0/0 0/0 0/1 16/20 1/2

IR-IRS 16-6 2-0 7-4 8-3 0-0 1-1 27-12 3-2 24-10 4-2 2-2 1-0 0-0 7-0 8-1 0-0 0-0 25-10 0-0 2-1 12-6 25-11 11-3

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Syracuse (IL Rank) ERA 4.17 (9) Hits 1279 (11) Complete Games 2 (t-7) Shutouts* 9 (t-4) Innings Pitched 1216.0 (14) Runs 598 (5) Earned Runs 563 (7) HR Allowed 108 (3) Walks 379 (1) Strikeouts 1079 (7) Saves 33 (12) Hit Batters 48 (t-8) *Includes combined shutouts

2011 Team Pitching

IL Best (Team) 3.33 (Gwinnett) 1113 (Pawtucket) 8 (Scranton/WB) 13 (Scranton/WB) 1280.0 (Louisville) 541 (Gwinnett) 468 (Gwinnett) 101 (Indianapolis) 379 (Syracuse) 1223 (Gwinnett) 47 (Lehigh Valley) 38 (Durham)

IL Worst (Team) 4.76 (Rochester) 1347 (Rochester) 1 (BUF, IND, LOU, PAW) 3 (Buffalo) 1216.0 (Syracuse) 728 (Rochester) 654 (Rochester) 147 (Toledo) 517 (Charlotte) 846 (Norfolk) 20 (Rochester) 79 (Indianapolis)

W-L FLORES 23-24 MALDONADO 12-14 SOLANO 31-36

G/GS 47/47 26/26 74/67

ERA 3.93 4.74 4.30

CHIEFS CATCHERS BOX IP H R/ER BB 409.2 425 187/177 100 218.1 228 116/115 65 584.2 628 294/270 211

SO CS/SBA (pct) 311 15/36 (.416) 205 4/15 (.267) 520 14/53 (.264)

PB 2 1 5

2011 Miscellaneous
Longest Game, Time (extras): Longest Game, Time (9 Inn): Longest Game, Time (8 Inn): Shortest Game, Time (9 Inn): Shortest Game, Time (7 Inn): Longest Game, Innings: Largest Margin of Victory: Largest Comeback Win: Largest Margin of Defeat: Most Runs: Most Runs Allowed: 4:28, 7/19 vs BUF 3:39, 8/6 at COL 3:00, 7/20 vs BUF 2:01, (2x) 1:45, 4/23 at SWB 13, (2x) 11, 5/14 vs DUR 4, (2x) 14 (2x) 17, 8/2 at TOL 15, 7/25 at SWB

SYRACUSE GOLD GLOVE WINNERS
1B 1946 – Charlie Kress 1948 – Ed Shokes 1951 – Ed Shokes 1963 – Bill Roman 1973 – George Kopacz 1976 – Dave Bergman 1979 – Boomer Wells 1986 – Fred McGriff 1990 – Jim Eppard 1991 – Domingo Martinez 1998 – Kevin Witt 2B 2011– Steve Lombardozzi 3B 1942 – Jack Juelich 1943 – Garton Delsavio 1944 – Tony Rodriguez 1946 – Al Rubeling 1947 – Al Rubeling 1953 – Hector Rodriguez 1981 – Dave Baker 1991 – Tom Quinlan 1993 – Tom Quinlan 1997 – Tom Evans 1999 – Casey Blake SS 1947 – Claude Corbitt 1952 – Claude Corbitt 1970 – Frank Baker 1977 – Greg Pryor 1982 – Tony Fernandez 1989 – Luis Sojo 1991 – Eddie Zosky 1998 – Tomas Perez 2000 – Cesar Izturis OF 1948 – Clyde Vollmer 1965 – Mickey Stanley 1971 – Rusty Torres 1975 – Kerry Dineen 1982 – Mitch Webster 1996 – Scott Pose C 1945 – Joe Just 1966 – Jackie Moore 1979 – Ernie Whitt 1996 – Rich Rowland 2001 – Joe Lawrence 2003 – Kevin Cash

*Based on highest qualified fielding percentage by position

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CHIEFS DEFENSIVELY IN 2011
Pos. 1B Player Aubrey, Michael Frazier, Jeff Hulett, Tug Marrero, Chris Antonelli, Matt Bixler, Brian Bynum, Seth Hulett, Tug Lombardozzi, Steve Nicol, Sean Solano, Jhonatan Valdez, Alex Antonelli, Matt Bixler, Brian Bynum, Seth Fox, Adam Frazier, Jeff Hulett, Tug Lombardozzi, Steve Valdez, Alex Zimmerman, Ryan Antonelli, Matt Bixler, Brian Bynum, Seth Hulett, Tug Lombardozzi, Steve McConnell, Chris Ankiel, Rick Antonelli, Matt Aubrey, Michael Bernadina, Roger Bixler, Brian Blanco, Gregor Brown, Corey Curran, Chris Fox, Adam Frazier, Jeff Hulett, Tug Valdez, Jesus Whiting, Boomer Flores, Jesus Maldonado, Carlos Solano, Jhonatan PCT 1.000 1.000 1.000 .996 .965 .962 .977 .981 1.000 1.000 .857 .982 .971 1.000 1.000 .966 1.000 .938 1.000 .895 1.000 .930 1.000 .970 1.000 1.000 .975 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .979 .986 .875 — .985 — .981 1.000 .995 .995 .991 G 4 11 2 125 24 5 23 23 59 1 2 13 41 8 5 24 1 60 1 12 2 19 8 55 5 10 55 2 6 13 46 9 49 125 5 1 88 2 96 23 46 28 73 PO 26 79 6 1104 36 10 32 40 104 2 3 20 19 2 5 12 0 36 2 4 0 14 12 70 5 16 81 4 8 13 67 10 91 273 7 0 132 0 150 28 362 200 510 A 2 3 1 67 74 15 52 61 162 3 3 34 82 4 9 45 2 85 2 13 6 39 14 153 7 33 154 1 0 0 5 0 3 9 0 0 3 0 2 1 23 17 61 E 0 0 0 5 4 1 2 2 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 2 0 8 0 2 0 4 0 7 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 1 0 2 0 3 0 2 1 5 TC 28 82 7 1176 114 26 86 103 266 5 7 55 104 6 14 59 2 129 4 19 6 57 26 230 12 49 241 5 8 13 72 10 96 286 8 0 137 0 155 29 387 218 576 DP 2 6 1 102 14 4 13 14 35 1 0 7 4 0 1 1 0 8 0 1 0 8 2 29 1 8 41 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 3

2B

3B

SS

OF

C

CHIEFS Starts by Position 1B Marrero (124), Frazier (9), Aubrey (4), Hulett (2) 2B Lombardozzi (58), Bynum (23), Antonelli (21), Hulett (21), A. Valdez (10), Bixler (4), Solano (2) SS McConnell (54), Bynum (50), Antonelli (16), Lombardozzi (10), Bixler (6), Hulett (3) 3B Hulett (51), Antonelli (39), Fox (22), A. Valdez (10), Bixler (7), Bynum (5), Zimmerman (2), Lombardozzi (1) LF Frazier (50), Blanco (25), Brown (15), Aubrey (13), Bernadina (12), Whiting (10), Antonelli (4), Bixler (4), Curran (3), Hulett (2), Fox (1) CF Brown (92), Bernadina (26), Blanco (13), Whiting (3), Ankiel (2), Bixler (1) RF J. Valdez (95), Frazier (33), Brown (6), Bernadina (4), Blanco (1) C Solano (66), Flores (47), Maldonado (26) DH Aubrey (43), Hulett (11), Flores (8), Maldonado (6), Frazier (5), Antonelli (3), J. Valdez (3), Brown (1), Bynum (1), Fox (1), Marrero (1), A. Valdez (1)

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2011 TEAM HIGHS & LOWS
Individual Batting
Most At Bats, Game Most Runs, Game Most Hits, Game Most Doubles, Game Most Triples, Game Most HR, Game Most RBI, Game Most Walks, Game Most SB, Game Longest Hitting Streak Consecutive games with HR 7, Bixler, 8/26 vs Buffalo 4, 2 times 5, J. Valdez, 6/22 at GWI 2, 3 times 1, 3 times 4, Aubrey, 5/14 vs. Durham 7, Aubrey, 5/15 vs. Durham 4, Marrero 7/19 vs. Buffalo 2, 4 times 11, Antonelli 2, 3 times

Team Batting
Most Runs, Game Opponent Most Runs, Inning Opponent Most Hits, Game Opponent Fewest Hits, Game Opponent Most Doubles, Game Opponent Most Triples, Game Opponent Most HR, Game Opponent Most Extra-base Hits, Game Opponent Most Walks, Game Opponent Most Strikeouts, Game Opponent Most SB, Game Opponent 17, 8/2 at Toledo 15, 7/25 at Scranton/WB 7, 2 times 9, 4/21 at Pawtucket (3rd inning) 20, 8/2 at Toledo 19, 7/25 at Scranton/WB 0, 7/26 vs. Columbus 1, 7/27 vs. Columbus 6, 2 times 6, 7/5 vs. Buffalo 1 2, 3 times 6, 8/2 at Toledo 3, 5 times 10, 8/2 at Toledo 8, 8/5 at Columbus 11, 7/19 vs. Buffalo 12, 4/21 at Pawtucket 14, 2 times 17, 7/30 at Toledo 3, 3 times 4, 4/17 vs. Lehigh Valley

Individual Pitching (SP=starter)
Fewest Hits allowed, Game (SP) Most Innings, Game Most Strikeouts, Game 1, Peacock 2 times 8.1, Stammen 6/23 @ Gwinnett 11, Milone 5/5 at Durham

Team Pitching
Fewest Hits Allowed, Game Most Strikeouts, Game 1, 7/27 vs COL 17, 7/30 at TOL

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2011 SYRACUSE ATTENDANCE DATA
At Alliance Bank Stadium CLUB (Dates) Buffalo (7) Charlotte (4) Columbus (4) Durham (2) Gwinnett (4) Indianapolis (4) Lehigh Valley (8) Louisville (4) Norfolk (4) Pawtucket (7) Rochester (7) Scranton/WB (6) Toledo (3) Totals (64) On the Road CLUB (Dates) Buffalo (8) Charlotte (4) Columbus (4) Durham (4) Gwinnett (4) Indianapolis (4) Lehigh Valley (6) Attnd. 12,716 10,870 9,678 9,578 9,236 8,255 7,985 7,982 7,748 7,248 Date August 12 June 9 August 27* August 24 August 17 July 4 May 29 July 7 June 13 August 8 AVG 6,039 5,780 6,175 5,483 7,043 6,056 4,933 6,022 3,755 6,844 5,701 7,486 3,309 5,854 AVG 10,227 5,474 9,374 6,535 3,966 9,756 8,933 TOTAL 42,273 23,118 24,698 10,966 28,172 24,225 39,465 24,086 15,019 47,908 39,907 44,915 9,928 374,680 TOTAL 81,815 21,894 37,494 26,141 15,863 39,025 53,600 Largest 8,255 7,985 7,109 6,223 9,236 6,317 6,609 10,870 7,233 9,578 9,678 12,716 4,471 Smallest 4,293 4,743 4,895 4,743 5,875 5,718 2,652 4,021 2,527 4,265 2,918 5,018 2,644

CLUB (Dates) Louisville (4) Norfolk (4) Pawtucket (8) Rochester (8) Scranton/WB (7) Toledo (4) Totals (69)

AVG 7,814 4,715 8,572 7,049 4,866 8,743 7,535

TOTAL 31,257 18,858 68,575 56,391 34,062 34,971 519,946

TOP 10 HOME CROWDS IN 2011 Opponent Promotion Scranton/WB Fireworks presented by Lockheed Martin Louisville Education Day Rochester Fireworks presented by 105.9 FM and TW Cable Pawtucket Advertisers Appreciation Night Gwinnett Onondaga County Public Library Night Buffalo Fireworks presented by 95X and Time Warner Cable Charlotte Fireworks presented by 93Q and Time Warner Cable Pawtucket Everything Irish Night Scranton/WB Post-Standard Newspaper in Education Night Buffalo Noche de Béisbol Latino

* Game started by Stephen Strasburg

HISTORICAL SYRACUSE ATTENDANCE DATA
YEARLY ATTENDANCE SINCE 1961
YEAR 1999 2001 1998 2010 2002 2000 1997 2009 2008 2005 2007 1994 2011 2004 2003 2006 1991 1995 ATTD 446,025# 423,405# 420,488# 416,382# 413,566# 402,450# 400,804# 392,518# 392,028# 382,896# 380,152# 368,971* 374,680# 364,648# 356,303# 347,699# 307,922 300,589 YEAR 1996 1992 1993 1970 1990 1989 1985 1971 1987 1964 1975 1977 1981 1979 1976 1980 1986 1988 ATTD 300,405 276,786 265,486 257,650* 250,048 233,161* 232,073* 216,115* 211,315 208,956* 201,725* 200,302 198,101 196,228* 196,121* 189,250 187,758 184,967 YEAR 1973 1982 1974 1963 1972 1983 1978 1967 1969 1965 1968 1984 1961 1966 1962 ATTD 184,461 184,297 182,082* 180,971* 179,048 163,859 160,427 152,781 152,201* 152,072* 150,295 142,571 126,016 106,669 103,191

MacArthur Stadium total - 6,774,509^ Alliance Bank Stadium total - 5,539,364# ^1961-1996 #1997-present

LARGEST HOME CROWDS SINCE 1961
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 DATE 5/7/10 5/24/10 7/17/93 5/29/10 7/17/67 7/25/67 8/12/11 8/17/95 7/30/10 6/28/95 7/14/01 6/28/01 8/17/99 8/22/72 ATTD 14,098# 13,288# 13,124 13,115# 13,082 13,063 12,716# 12,711 12,674# 12,659 12,455# 12,368# 12,344# 12,322 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 DATE 8/16/61 8/14/09 7/11/98 7/23/94 8/1/08 7/13/01 4/3/97 5/29/94 7/18/94 7/11/94 8/20/94 7/9/63 8/30/94 7/10/95 ATTD 12,321 12,288# 12,255# 12,224 12,208# 12,121# 12,112# 12,112 11,899 11,679 11,485 11,476 11,469 11,455 DATE ATTD 29 5/9/70 11,398 30 6/25/02 11,356# 31 6/29/00 11,295# 32 8/18/99 11,228# 33 6/22/99 11,219# 34 7/13/70 11,144 35 6/27/77 11,100 36 5/5/06 11,012 37 6/9/11 10,870# 38 7/16/81 10,835 39 5/15/99 10,767# 40 6/22/71 10,677 * Includes playoffs # Alliance Bank Stadium

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SYRACUSE BASEBALL YEAR BY YEAR
YR 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 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1918 1917 1916 1915 1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 1909 1908 1907 1906 1905 1904 1903 W-L 66-74 76-67 76-68 69-73 64-80 64-79 71-73 66-78 62-79 64-80 71-73 74-66 73-71 80-62 55-87 67-75 59-82 71-71 59-82 60-83 73-71 62-83 83-62 70-71 68-72 72-67 79-61 58-81 61-78 64-76 60-80 58-81 77-63 50-90 70-70 82-57 76-70 72-64 74-70 64-80 74-70 84-56 75-65 72-75 63-77 54-93 74-73 88-66 80-70 53-99 56-98 56-84 62-74 74-79 79-76 58-95 88-66 82-71 74-79 74-79 77-63 88-65 81-72 64-89 68-84 82-71 78-74 70-83 71-90 81-74 87-67 76-75 59-95 87-67 60-94 19-23^ 64-74 102-66 70-91 74-87 79-83 73-92 64-102 71-96 33-116 28-56& 64-51 81-52 60-60 48-79 61-78 54-82 65-74 78-57 60-78 76-64 61-75 70-65 70-51 91-44 80-54 PCT .471 .531 .528 .485 .444 .448 .493 .458 .440 .444 .493 .529 .507 .577 .387 .472 .418 .500 .418 .420 .507 .428 .572 .496 .486 .518 .564 .417 .439 .457 .429 .417 .550 .357 .500 .590 .521 .529 .514 .444 .514 .600 .536 .490 .450 .367 .503 .571 .533 .344 .364 .400 .446 .484 .510 .379 .571 .536 .484 .484 .550 .575 .549 .418 .447 .536 .513 .458 .441 .523 .565 .503 .383 .565 .390 .452 .464 .607 .435 .460 .488 .442 .386 .425 .221 .378 .557 .609 .500 .378 .439 .397 .467 .577 .435 .543 .449 .519 .579 .674 .597 POS* 4 5 5 7 11 12 8 11 14 10 6 7 8 2 9 7 10 5 10 7 6 6 1 3 6 5 1 7 7 6 7 8 2 8 5 2 4 3 4 8 3 1 3 5 8 8 4 2 3 8 8 5 5 5 4 7 2 3 6 6 3 3 2 7 8 3 3 6 7 5 2 3 7 2 7 DNF 6 2 7 6 6 6 7 6 8 7 3 1 5 7 6 7 6 2 7 4 6 3 2 1 2 MANAGER Randy Knorr Trent Jewett Tim Foli Doug Davis Doug Davis Mike Basso Marty Pevey Marty Pevey Omar Malave Omar Malave Omar Malave Kelly/Queen/Malave Pat Kelly Terry Bevington Garth Iorg Richie Hebner Didier/Torres/Hebner Bob Didier Leyva/Didier Nick Leyva Bob Bailor Bob Bailor Bob Bailor Bob Bailor Doug Ault Doug Ault Doug Ault Jim Beauchamp Jim Beauchamp Jim Beauchamp Bob Humphreys Harry Warner Vern Benson Vern Benson Pete Ward Bobby Cox Bobby Cox Bobby Cox Bobby Cox Frank Verdi Loren Babe Frank Verdi Frank Verdi Blaylock/Verdi Gary Blaylock Frank Carswell Frank Carswell Frank Carswell Swift/Carswell VDMeer/Verdi Verble/Verdi Frank Calo McQln/Torpey/Calo S. Newsome S. Newsome Bruno Betzel Bruno Betzel Bruno Betzel Bruno Betzel Jewel Ens Jewel Ens Jewel Ens Jewel Ens Jewel Ens Jewel Ens Jewel Ens Jewel Ens Bennie Borgman Dick Porter Dick Porter Bottomley/Porter Mike Kelly Liebold/Kelly Nemo Liebold High/Sweeney Mike O’Neill Burt Shotten Burt Shotten Shaughnessy/Myers Frank Shaughnessy Frank Shaughnessy Frank Shaughnessy Madden/Shaughnessy Cummings/McConnell Enzmann/Madden Patsy Donovan Mike O’Neill Mike O’Neill Mike O’Neill Fred Payne Burchell/Payne McCafferty/Burchell Ashenbach/Deal Edward Ashenbach Sandy Griffin Sandy Griffin Sandy Griffin Sandy Griffin Sandy Griffin Sandy Griffin Sandy Griffin GM or Owner John Simone John Simone John Simone John Simone John Simone John Simone John Simone John Simone John Simone John Simone John Simone John Simone John Simone John Simone John Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Tex Simone Don Labbruzzo Don Labbruzzo Don Labbruzzo Don Labbruzzo Don Labbruzzo Don Labbruzzo Don Labbruzzo Don Labbruzzo Don Labbruzzo Joe Reardon Joe Reardon Marty Haske Marty Haske Bill Hoffman, Jr. Bill Hoffman, Jr. Bill Hoffman, Jr. Bill Hoffman Bill Hoffman Bill Hoffman Bill Hoffman Bill Hoffman Bill Hoffman C. Schindler C. Schindler C. Schindler C. Schindler C. Schindler John Corbett John Corbett John Corbett John Corbett John Corbett John Corbett Irvin Wilhelm 174,059 123,214 110,892 99,378 95,236 97,587 115,985 ATTEND. 374,680 416,382 392,518 392,028 380,152 347,699 382,896 364,648 356,303 413,566 423,405 402,450 446,025 420,488 400,804 300,405 300,589 341,820 265,486 276,786 307,922 250,048 226,327 184,967 211,315 187,758 222,725 142,571 163,859 184,596 198,101 189,250 176,548 160,427 200,302 187,195 194,111 174,669 184,461 179,048 209,425 221,520 124,663# 150,295 152,781 106,669 143,875 189,096 169,359 103,191 126,016 30,737+ 53,431 85,191 81,809 83,992 133,013 114,597 106,939 190,255 143,865 196,592 175,861 87,858 90,619 66,831 117,231 109,002 118,244 178,671 171,219 207,745 125,387 171,679 91,390 w/Playoffs (gms)

368,573 (4)

233,161 (2) 232,073 (2)

196,228 (6) 196,121 (5) 201,725 (4) 182,082 (5) 216,115 (2) 257,650 (9) 152,201 (6) 152,072 (3) 208,956 (7) 180,971 (2)

121,652 (9) 141,741 (2) 150,219 (6) 202,259 (6) 288,141 (9) 237,235 (6) 129,494 (9) 164,466 (9) 183,050 (2) 215,745 (2) 206,179 (5)

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YR 1902 1901 1900 1899 1898 1897 1886 1895 1894 1892 1891 1890 1889 1888 1887 1886 1885 1879 1878 1877 1876

W-L 61-55 28-39% 43-84 39-68 52-63 83-50 59-62 62-53 63-56 24-36$ 56-42@ 55-72 63-44 81-30 61-40 46-47 52-37 22-48-1 29-11-1 68-45-3 56-14

PCT .526 .418 .339 .364 .452 .624 .488 .539 .529 .400 .571 .433 .589 .730 .604 .491 .584 .314 .725 .602 .800

POS* 4 7 8 8 6 1 5 4 3 DNF DNF 6 2 1 3 6 1 8 1

MANAGER GM or Owner Sandy Griffin Frank Leonard Wells/Irwin/Taylor/Leonard Whistler/Griffin George Kuntzsch Al Buckenberger Reilly/Kuntzsch Griffin/Reilly Faatz/Kuntzsch/Griffin Faatz/Kuntzsch George Frazier Frazier/Fessenden Jack Chapman Hackett/Chapman Gifford/Simmons Ormsbee/Olin/Gifford Ormsbee/Humphries Dorgan/Holbert/Macullar Rae/Dorgan Marsh/Ryder Hackett/Dorgan

ATTEND.

W/Playoffs (gms)

Paid Attendance began in 1990 *Charlotte and Ottawa added to league in 1993 (10 total teams) Buffalo, Louisville, Indianapolis, and Durham added to league in 1998 (14 total teams) @ Disbanded, 8/25/1891 $ Disbanded, 7/22/1892 % Moved to Brockton (MA), 7/25/1901 & Moved to Hamilton (Ont), 8/6/1918 ^ Moved to Hazelton (PA), 6/16/1929 +Transferred to Allentown (PA), 7/13/1957 # 1969 Fire (55 dates)

All-Time Record (1876-2011): 7989-8271-5 (.491)
LEAGUES Independent Team League Alliance International Association National League New York State League International League American Association Eastern League New York Penn League * Predecessor of International League YEAR 1876 1877 1878, 1888-89* 1879 1885*, 1902-1917 1886-87,1918,1920-27,1934-55,1961-present 1890 1891-92*, 1894-1901*, 1956-57 1928-29

SYRACUSE MANAGERS 1934-2011
MANAGER Hector Torres Robert Swift Mel Queen Terry Bevington Bobby Cox Trent Jewett Tim Foli Doug Ault Dick Porter Loren Babe Nemo Liebold Jewel Ens Bob Bailor Frank Verdi Pete Ward Steve Souchock Skeeter Newsome Pat Kelly Bruno Betzel Bob Didier Frank Carswell Marty Pevey Randy Knorr Richie Hebner Doug Davis Joespeh Torpey Mike Kelly Omar Malave Bennie Borgman Vern Benson Mike Basso Jim Beauchamp Gary Blaylock Bob Humphreys Bill Sweeney Harry Warner Andy High Nick Leyva Red McQuillan Garth Lorg Frank Calo Johnny VanderMeer Gene Verble Jim Bottomley G 1 63 104 145 565 143 144 419 449 144 198 1209 575 688 140 12 308 179 613 191 535 288 140 214 286 86 261 430 153 280 143 418 180 140 76 139 68 235 47 142 89 67 72 21 W 1 36 58 80 304 76 76 219 233 74 101 612 288 344 70 6 153 89 302 94 260 137 66 100 133 40 121 198 70 127 64 183 78 60 32 58 28 96 19 55 34 19 20 6 L 0 27 46 65 261 67 68 200 216 70 97 597 287 344 70 6 155 90 311 97 275 151 74 114 153 46 140 232 83 153 79 235 102 80 54 81 40 139 28 87 55 48 52 15 PCT 1.000 .571 .558 .552 .538 .531 .528 .523 .519 .514 .510 .506 .501 .500 .500 .500 .497 .497 .493 .492 .486 .476 .471 .467 .465 .465 .464 .460 .458 .454 .448 .438 .433 .429 .421 .417 .412 .409 .404 .387 .382 .284 .278 .286 YEAR(S) 1995 1963 2000 1998! 1973-76& 2010 2009 1985-87# 1938-40 1971 1935-36~ 1942-49= 1988-91* 1961-62,68-70,75# 1977 1968 1954-55% 1999-2000 1950-53 1993-94@ 1963-66 2004-05 2011 1995-96 2007-2008 1956 1936-37 2000-03+ 1941 1978-79 2006 1982-84 1967-68 1981 1934 1980 1934 1992-93 1956 1997 1956-57 1962 1961 1938

+ ----- Managed one game - 2000 ! ------ Won Wild Card - 1998 @----- Won I.L. Eastern Division - 1994 * ------ Won I.L. Eastern Division - 1989 & ----- Won Governors Cup - 1976

% ----- Won =------ Won ~------ Won

Governors Cup - 1954 Governors Cup - 1942-43, 1947 Governors Cup - 1935

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SYRACUSE OPENING DAY LINE-UPS 1934-2011
1934 Watwood High Sweeney Sherlock Rosenfield Blair Cihocki Taylor Fussell 1938 Glossup Blackburn Porter Moser Longacre Bottomley Moore McDaniel Gee 1942 Rosen Williams Adams Castle Lukon Shokes Juelich Hartje DeLaCruz 1946 Cassini Sipek Beeler Mele Kress Rubeling Wahl Just Katz 1950 Shokes Corbitt Gillenwater Mele Burns Rubeling Zientara Heyworth Byerly 1954 Tesauro Blaylock Bowman Palys Heyman Tompkins Caballero Waytola Markell 1963 Smith, G Roman Wert Horton Brown,G Kosco Oyler Sullivan Seale CF 3B 1B LF RF 2B SS C P 2B 3B LF RF CF 1B C SS P CF SS 2B RF LF 1B 3B C P 2B LF CF RF 1B 3B SS C P 1B SS CF RF LF 3B 2B C P CF 1B RF LF C 3B 2B SS P 2B 1B 3B RF LF CF SS C P 1935 Dallessandro Toporcer Graham Wera Watwood Shellin Niemiec Savino Coombs 1939 Meyers Harig Jordan Taylor Kroner Longacre McDaniel Heath Gee 1943 Rosen Harrington Sauer Mele Goldstein Rice Stroner Phillips DeLaCruz 1947 Beeler Corbitt Sauer Mele Rubeling West Drews Shokes Predergast 1951 Zientara Babe Weathers Power Gillenwater Shokes Corbitt Baker Hartley 1955 Tompkins DiPippo Buckwalter Blatnick Mierkowicz Command Heyman Pfeiffer Peterson 1964 Scott Smith Roman Northrup Moore Jones Stanley Oyler Hamilton RF 2B LF 3B CF 1B SS C P 3B RF 1B LF 2B CF SS C P CF 2B LF RF 1B C 3B SS P CF SS LF RF 3B C 2B 1B P 2B 3B RF LF CF 1B SS C P 2B 1B CF RF LF 3B C SS P 3B 2B 1B RF C LF CF SS P 1936 Dallessandro James Williams Dahlgren Oana Muruska Kerr Leggett Vandenburg 1940 Parker Juelich Jungman Bottarini Longacre Yount Walters Hall Tising 1944 Rodriquez Cazen Rosen Mele Phalen Fitzgerald Moore Plantz Lisenbee 1948 Donabedian Drews Usher Davis Beeler Shokes Carson West Avrea 1952 Weathers Corbitt Babe Gillenwater Mele Plumbo Zientara Riggan Keegan 1961 Allie Jacobs Valdespino Altobelli Lennon Smith, W Stogoski Miranda McAvoy 1965 Rojas Ryan Stanley Goldy Hopke Brown, I Pavelko Bryant Hamilton LF 2B SS 1B CF RF 3B C P SS 3B RF C LF CF 1B 2B P 3B LF CF RF 1B 2B SS C P SS 2B RF LF CF 1B 3B C P RF SS 3B CF 1B C 2B LF P 2B CF LF 1B RF 3B C SS P 2B 3B CF LF 1B SS RF C P 1937 Glossup Joost Gamble Porter Cazen Campbell Reder Miller Kolp 1941 Clifton Rosen Johnson Hasson Deal Williams Juelich Hartje Kleinhans 1945 Ramos Cazen Rodriquez Gagain Patton Olson Kerns Moore Bebber 1949 Shokes Drews Usher Gillenwater Mele Zientara Meeks LaManno Hetki 1953 Zientara Williams Rodriquez Blatnick Workman Gillenwater Corbitt Drescher Markell 1962 Obregon Asaro Drake Coleman Christopher Zipfel Dotterer Stillwell Mathias 1966 Rojas Comer Campbell Mathews Tuttle Ricciuti Moore Matchick Graham 2B 3B CF RF LF C 1B SS P 2B CF LF 1B RF SS 3B C P 1B LF 3B CF RF 2B C SS P 1B 2B LF CF RF 3B SS C P 2B LF 3B RF 1B CF SS C P SS 3B LF RF CF 1B C 2B P 2B LF 1B CF RF 3B C SS P

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1967 Shopay Kenney Ferraro McDonald Tuttle Rodriquez Parrilla Trail Verbanic 1971 Mitchell Guerrero Torres Soliata Boehmer Bladt Frazier Pena Closter 1975 Pichardo Dineen Velez Parker Bladt Whitfield Deidel Shupe Sawyer 1979 Ramos Cannon Upshaw Ault Pisker Rosado Whitt Iorg Baker, D Wiley 1983 Fernandez Manrique Webster Bell Reynolds Johnson Shepherd Thompson Petralli Eichhorn 1987 Liriano Campusano Ducey Green Hill Thornton Stenhouse Lee Infante Stottlemyre

RF SS 3B 1B CF C LF 2B P

1968 Shopay Galante Lyttle Ranew Boehmer Martz McDonald Mackey Barber 1972 Frazier Bladt Tepedino Sanchez Walton Soliata Pena Baker Pazik 1976 Alston Dineen Bergman Bernhardt Whitfield Parker Zeber Klutts Stearns Beattie 1980 Davis Iorg Moseby Wells Pisker Ault Baker, D Kelly Webster Huffman 1984 Castillo Manrique Leach Thompson Shepherd Woods, A Johnston Schmidt Stenhouse Bomback 1988 Yelding Reyna Ducey Hill Green Berroa Tonucci Myers Shaddy Nunez

LF 2B CF C 3B RF 1B SS P

1969 Lyttle Shopay Munson Demeter Howell Orsino McDonald Galante Baker Cumberland 1973 Zeber Matchick Tepedino Kopacz Velez Bennett Nordhagen Dempsey Stanley Pazik 1977 Murray Alston Bergman Werth Jones Pryor Irwin Ferrer Sherrill Ricks 1981 Cannon Thompson Beamon Wells Baker, D Chapman Tevlin Hernandez Petralli Baker, S 1985 Sharperson Leach Gruber McGriff Keller Holman Allenson McNealy Infante Filer 1989 Felix Heath Green Tolman Walker Hill Sojo Cabrera DeLaCruz Nunez

CF RF C 3B DH 1B LF 2B SS P 2B 3B DH 1B RF LF CF C SS P CF DH LF 1B RF SS C 2B 3B P CF LF DH 1B 3B 2B RF SS C P 2B RF 3B 1B DH LF C CF SS P CF 2B 1B DH LF RF SS C 3B P

1970 Mitchell Blomberg Cox Boehmer Soliata Robinson Baker Pena Closter 1974 Bladt Frazier Whitfield Hart Velez Bennett Deidel Stanley McGregor 1978 Woods Pape Mallory Ewing Alberts Dyes Torres Bowling Kelly Grilli 1982 Webster Fernandez Bell Beamon Adams Hernandez Petralli Manrique Doyle Eichhorn 1986 Lee Thornton Shepherd McGriff Green Johnston Castro Stenhouse Infante Beckwith 1990 DeLaCruz Sojo Bell Sprague Ducey Munoz Whiten Runge Diaz Sanchez

CF RF 3B 2B 1B LF SS C P

CF SS RF 1B 3B LF 2B C P

2B CF RF 3B LF 1B C SS P

RF 2B CF 3B 1B LF C SS P

SS CF 3B 2B RF LF C 1B P

DH CF LF 1B RF 3B 2B SS C P SS 2B RF 1B DH LF 3B C CF P 3B 2B RF 1B CF LF DH SS C P SS 1B CF RF DH LF 3B C 2B P

CF 2B RF DH 1B RF SS 3B C P CF SS LF 1B DH RF C 3B 2B P 2B LF CF 1B RF DH 3B C SS P 1B 2B LF 3B CF DH RF SS C P

SS CF 1B RF LF C DH 2B 3B P SS 2B LF RF 3B DH CF 1B C P 2B CF RF 1B LF DH C SS 3B P

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1991 Zosky Suero Bell Sprague Ducey Williams Pederson Quinlan Martinez Guzman 1995 Sawkiw Butler, Rich Ramos Weinke Lis Bowers Townley Montalvo Diaz Brow 1999 Sanders Martin Witt Lennon Hurst Blake Lopez Brown Woodward Rodriguez 2003 Wise Moriarty Aven Zuniga Fagan Ryan Cash Johnson Alvarez Towers 2007 Adams Olmedo Vento Griffin Barker Roberts Hattig Thigpen Duncan Taubenheim 2011 Whiting Bixler Frazier Marrero Flores Bynum Brown McConnell Maya

SS 2B RF C LF CF DH 3B 1B P LF RF DH 1B 3B CF C 2B SS P CF 2B LF DH RF 3B 1B C SS P RF SS LF 3B 1B DH C CF 2B P 2B SS RF LF 1B 3B DH C CF P LF 3B RF 1B C 2B CF SS P

1992 Davis Zosky Sprague Martinez Knorr Giannelli Quinlan Thompson Schunk Linton 1996 Pose Stewart Amaro Chamberlain Rowland Cairo Boston Turang Perez, T. Flener 2000 Wells Brumfield Lopez Witt Otanez Mottola Abernathy Greene Izturis Bale 2004 Adams Sequea Rios Quiroz Clark Hall Gross Hermansen Williams Bush 2008 Inglett Thigpen Lind Adams Diaz, R Watson Santos Velandia Lydon Purcey

RF SS C 1B DH LF 3B CF 2B P LF CF RF DH C 2B 1B 3B SS P CF LF DH 1B 3B RF 2B C SS P SS 2B CF C 3B LF RF DH 1B P 2B 1B LF RF C DH 3B SS CF P

1993 Butler, Rob Montalvo DelaRosa Perez Giannelli Quinlan O'Halloran Yan Cedeno Linton 1997 Butler, Rich Perez, T. Whitmore Aude Manto Jones Martinez Patzke Roberts Carpenter 2001 Wells Holbert Lopez, L. Balfe Latham Lawrence Liniak Langaigne Perez, J. Daneker 2005 French Hill Nelson Mottola Griffin Alfaro Crozier Singleton Huckaby Downs 2009 Bernadina Cintron Eldred Langerhans Maxwell Casto Patterson Montz Orr Zimmermann

LF SS CF RF 2B 3B C 1B DH P LF SS RF DH 3B 1B C 2B CF P CF 2B 1B DH LF C 3B RF SS P LF SS 2B RF DH 3B 1B CF C P LF SS 1B DH RF 3B CF C 2B P

1994 Butler,Rob Canate Green Perez Daugherty Battle Lis Townley Zosky Flener 1998 Herrera Kelly Sanders Witt Evans Candelaria Costo Delgado Perez, T. Withem 2002 Fleming Hudson Mottola Swann Phelps Burnham Werth Klimek Perez, J. Smith 2006 Lydon Roberts Barker Griffin Hattig Cosby Santos Singleton Mahoney Janssen 2010 Maxwell Bernardina Mench Whitesell Bruntlett Orr Bynum Maldonado Martin

DH CF RF LF 1B 3B 2B C SS P RF 2B CF 1B 3B LF DH C SS P CF 2B RF DH C 1B LF 3B SS P CF 2B 1B LF 3B DH SS RF C P CF LF RF 1B 3B SS 2B C P

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YEAR 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 OPPONENT Montreal Toronto Montreal Buffalo Montreal Toronto Rochester Buffalo Toronto Montreal Rochester Buffalo Toronto Montreal Rochester Buffalo Toronto Buffalo Montreal Ottawa Montreal Toronto Richmond Columbus Atlanta Richmond Columbus Toledo Toledo Louisville Columbus Louisville Tidewater Tidewater Charleston Richmond Richmond Richmond Columbus Tidewater Tidewater Columbus Tidewater Tidewater Tidewater Pawtucket Richmond Tidewater Richmond Toledo Scranton Pawtucket Scranton Scranton Rochester Ottawa Ottawa Rochester Norfolk Ottawa Rochester Pawtucket Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester Ottawa Louisville Rochester Lehigh Valley Pawtucket SCORE W 2-1 W 8-2 L 3-0 L 6-2 W 3-1 W 5-2 L 6-1 L 11-1 W 5-4 W 5-4 W 2-0 W 19-5 L 7-2 L 11-10 L 8-6 W 3-0 L 7-6 W 6-3 L 2-1 W 16-4 W 2-1 L 3-1 L 9-4 L 6-3 L 5-2 L 8-5 L 5-2 L 9-4 L 4-2 L 6-3 L 8-7 W 4-3 W 12-9 L 1-0 L 3-1 L 18-4 L 8-7 L 7-6 W 9-4 L 12-4 W 8-0 L 3-2 L 9-7 W 5-0 L 7-2 L 3-2 W 9-1 W 4-1 L 7-5 L 3-2 W 10-3 L 6-3 L 9-2 W 3-1 L 6-1 W 9-8 (7) L 8-4 L 2-1 L 13-6 W 4-2 W 2-1 W 6-3 L 12-2 W 6-2 W 5-1 L 7-2 L 9-7 L 5-3 W 4-0 W 2-0 L 7-4 W 8-7 W 3-2 WINNER FUSSEL COOMBS Chagnon Harris GEE GEE Gornicki Hutchinson BARRETT DELACRUZ KONSTANTY BEBBER McCrabb Pfund Reeder HETKI Possehl HARTLEY LaSorda MARKWELL OWENS Blake Bethel Smith Humphreys Faul Knoch Stafford Geinor Morehead Ramos KLINE COLSON Strom Dettore Leon Beard Osborn MERSCH Berenguer WILEY Righetti Leach COOPER Terrell Gale FILER BECKWITH Hensley King NUNEZ Bolton Ruffin LINTON Moyer HALL Manuel Harris Lidle SIEVERT BOCHTLER BALE Towers SMITH KERSHNER Guerrier Schoening Bonser TAUBENHEIM PURCEY Gosling PERALTA CARR LOSER Kinney Lucas VANDENBURG PEARCE Cantrell Caldwell TISING KLEINHANS Drake Sherer Trotter Bowman RABE BEBBER SCHULTZ Harris BYERLY Mainaroin KEEGAN Stemple Johnson SANFORD PORTERFIELD GABLER MARENTETTE MUFFET BRUBAKER RAKOW BAHNSEN BARBER TILLOTSON Garmen Hudson GARDNER CLOSTER PAGAN GUIDRY POLINSKY Morlan DARR Pacella GRILLI SCHROM Leary RICCELLI BOMBACK Shields Mitchell GORDON NUNEZ O'Neal SANCHEZ GUZMAN Weston LINTON Mathile BROW CZAJKOWSKI CARPENTER Thurman Coppinger Ohka DANEKER Brea Stull BUSH DOWNS JANSSEN Segovia Bailey GLOVER Wassermann Rice ATT. 4,234 * 2,629 4,503 1,451 7,413 2,870 4,003 4,165 7,202 4,685 4,837 4,058 10,353 8,950 12,025 12,627 8,420 8,004 8,221 8,054 4,588 4,333 8,021 6,778 4,187 4,702 4,568 4,750 4,808 4,735 3,637 6,881 6,224 7,404 6,019 6,406 8,316 4,906 5,348 4,009 3,797 5,213 4,488 1,519 5,006 # 2,827 2,853 5,823 5,793 3,628 2,632 6,059 3,969 6,314 9,003 6,908 3,524 @ 5,236 12,112 10,230 9,316 8,831 8,889 5,886 4,281 5,247 4,947 5,431 5,277 6,465 7,222 7,759 6,554+

*estimated attendance; #snowed out - played 6 days later; @ snowed out - played 2 days later +rained out, played the next day ALL TIME HOME OPENER RECORDS at MacArthur Stadium (1934-96): 22-36, at Alliance Bank Stadium (1997-present): 9-6

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Abbott, David Abernathy, Brent Accardo, Jeremy Adair, Jim Adams, Bobby Adams, Cliff Adams, Glenn Adams, Russ Addington, Tom Adkins, Steve Adriana, Sharnol Aikens, Willie Ainge, Danny Aitken, George Akerfelds, Darrel Alba, Gibson Alberts, Butch Albury, Vic Aldrete, Mike Alfaro, Jason Allenson, Gary Allie, Gair Almanzar, Carlos Alspach, Paul Alston, Dell Altobelli, Joe Alvarez, Jimmy Alvarez, Jose Amaro, Ruben, Jr Anderson, John Anderson, Rick Andrews, Clayton Andrews, Nathan Andujar, Luis Angell, Pete Ankiel, Rick Antinelli, Al Antonelli, Matt Apple, Ray Aquino, Luis Archer, Robert Arlett, Russ Arnesen, Erik Arnold, Jason Arrigo, Gerry Arroyo, Luis Asaro, Tony Atilano, Luis Aubrey, Michael Aude, Rich Ault, Doug Aungust, Russell Aven, Bruce Avrea, James Babe, Loren Backer, Len Bahnsen, Stan Bailes, Scott Bair, Doug Baker, Bill Baker, Chris Baker, Dave Baker, Frank Baker, Jack Baker, Jim Baker, Steve Baldwin, James Bale, John Balester, Collin Balfe, Ryan Bannon, Jeff Banks, Josh Banks, Willie Baptist, Travis Barber, Steve Bard, Josh Barker, Ray Barker, Kevin Barlow, Mike -A2002-03 2000 2008 1938 1942 1963-65 1982 2004, 06-08 1962 1993 1994, 96 1985 1978-80 1957 1993 1985-86 1978-80 1977 1997 2005 1985 1961 1997-98 1962 1976-77 1961 2003 1992 1996 1955 1976 1999-00 1941-42 1996-98 1938-39 2011 1961 2011 1962 1986-87 1945 1937 2010-11 2003-05 1961 1999 1961-62 2009-10 2011 1997 1979-80, 82 1940 2003 1948 1951-52 1936 1967 1993 1988-89, 91 1951 2002-05 1979-82 1969-72 1978 1982-84 1980-81 2006 1999-00 2009-11 2001 2008 2006-08 2001 1994-96 1968 2009 1967 2005-07 1980-82 Barnicle, George Barrett, Charles “Red” Bartleson, Herb Barton, Vince Batiste, Kevin Battle, Howard Bauer, Rick Bayliss, Jonah Beamon, Charles Bearnarth, Larry Beattie, Jim Beauchamp, Kash Bebber, John Bechtold, George Beck, Richard Beckwith, Joe Beeler, Jodie Beirne, Kevin Belcher, Tom Bell, Charlie Bell, Derek Bell, George Bell, Jason Bell, Juan Benard, Marvin Bencomo, Omar Benes, Joe Benge, Ray Benitez, Armando Bennett, Ken Benson, Randy Benson, Wayne Bentfield, Richard Berg, Dave Bergamo, Augie Bergman, Dave Bergmann, Jason Bernadina, Roger Bernhardt, Juan Berroa, Geronimo Bertoia, Reno Birkhofer, Ralph Bisenius, Joe Bixler, Brian Blackburn, James E. Blackburn, Jim Blackburn, Wayne Blackwell, Ewell Bladt, Rick Blair, Clarence Blair, Willie Blake, Casey Blake, Edward Blake, Joe “Ace” Blanche, Al Blanco, Gregor Blanco, Ossie Blanton, Darrell Blatnik, John Blaylock, Marvin Bleazard, David Blohm, Pete Blomberg, Ron Bloomer, Joe Blue, William Boak, Chet Bobeck, Len Bochtler, Doug Boehmer, Len Bogott, Kurt Bohanon, Brian Boles, Howard Bomback, Mark Bongiovanni, Tony Bonikowski, Joe Borders, Pat Boreshi, Frank Borgman, Ben Bormaster, Brian Bosiak, Ted Bosser, Melvin Boston, DJ Bottarini, John 1940 1938, 42 1943 1936 1988 1994-95 2008 2008 1980-82 1962 1975-77 1986 1944-49 1967, 69 1968-69 1986 1945-48 2001 1962 1952-53 1990-91 1982-83 2000-01 1998 2004 1988 1934 1938-39 2008 1973-74 1979-80 1976 1956 2003 1951 1976-77 2009-10 2009-11 1975-76 1988-99 1962 1957 2010 2010-11 1953 1943 1937-38 1942 1970-76 1934 1989-90 1999-00 1949-50 1974 1936 2011 1969 1940 1952-55 1953-54 2001 1990-93 1970-71 1934 1945-46 1961-62 1946 1999 1968, 70-71 1997, 99-00 1996 1956 1981-84 1938, 41-42 1961 1988 1949 1941 2007 1946-48 1945 1996 1939-42

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Bottomley, Jim Botts, Jason Bouchee, Ed Boucher, Denis Bouknight, Kip Bouldin, Carl Bouton, Jim Bouza, Miguel Bovee, Mike Bowers, Brent Bowers, Stewart Bowles, Brian Bowling, Steve Bowman, Bob Boyer, Ron Bradford, Josh Bradley, Don Brady, Bob Brandow, Derek Braun, Steve Breeden, Danny Brideweser, James Brito, Jorge Brito, Tilson Brittain, August Brittain, Calvin Bronson, Evan Brooks, Eric Brow, Scott Brown, Andrew Brown, Chad Brown, Corey Brown, Gates Brown, Issacs Brown, Kevin Brown, Robert Brown, Tim Brown, Tom Brown, Virgil Brubaker, Bruce Brubaker, Wilbur Bruckbauer, Fred Brumfield, Jacob Brunsberg, Arlo Brunswick, Roman Bruntlett, Eric Bryan, Bill Bryant, Don Buchanan, Bob Buckwalter, Harold Budny, Joe Buice DeWayne Burbach, Bill Burgos, Enrique Burke, Jamie Burkhart, Ken Burkhart, William Burmeister, Gerald Burnett, A.J. Burnette, Jim Burnham, Gary Burns, Russell Burnside, Adrian Burpo, George Bush, David Bush, Homer Buskey, Tom Butera, Sal Butland, Wilbur Butler, Rich Butler, Rob Byerly, Bud Bynum, Freddie Bynum, Seth Byrd, Jeff -CCaballero, Ralph Cabrera, Francisco Cabral, Marcos Caffie, Joe Cain, Tim Cairo, Miguel Calderone, Adam Callaghan, Martin Calo, Frank Camp, Shawn Campbell, Bill

1938 2010 1962 1990-91 2004 1962 1967 1937 1999 1995 1936 2001-03 1978 1954-55 1967 1999 1956 1952 1996-97 1980 1969 1953 1997 1995-96 1938 1944 2011 1995 1993-96 2010 1995, 97 2011 1963 1965 1998-00 1935-38 1992-93, 95 1980-81 1937 1964-65 1942 1961 2000 1966 1949 2010 1967 1964-65 1990 1955 1953 1989 1968, 70 1988 2010 1949-50 1941 1950 2006-07 1962 2002-03 1950 2005-06 1946 2004-05 2001 1971, 73, 78-79 1988-89 1950 1994-95, 97 1993-94 1949-50 2009 2009-11 1978 1954-55 1989 2008 1955 1997 1996 2008 1934 1956-57 2008 1937

Campbell, Dave Campbell, John Campusano, Sil Canate, William Candelaria, Ben Cannon, Chip Cannon, Joe Cantrell, Bobby Carey, Andy Carey, Wyman Carlson, Jesse Carlson, Irv Carlucci, Rich Carpenter, Chris Carr, Adam Carrara, Giovanni Carson, Bob Carson, Robert Carter, Arnold Carter, Shannon Casagrande, Tom Cascarella, Joe Casey, Joe Cash, Kevin Cassidy, Scott Cassini, Jack Castellanos, Hugo Castillo, Manny Castillo, Tony Castle, Carmel Castle, Donald Casto, Kory Castro, Jose Cazen, Walt Cecil, Brett Cedeno, Domingo Cerin, Jack Cernich, Joe Cerutti, John Chacin, Gustavo Chamberlain, Wes Chamberlain, Bill Chandler, Ron Chandler, Spurgeon Chapman, Kelvin Chavarria, Ossie Cheadle, Dave Chell, Clyde Chen, Bruce Chiaffredo, Paul Chico, Matt Chrisley, Neil Christopher, Joe Chulk, Vinnie Cicero, Joe Cihocki, Ed Cintron, Alex Clapp, Stubby Clark, Bryan Clark, Howie Clark, Mel Clarke, Stan Clay, Ken Clayton, Larry Clemensen, John Clifton, Herman Clippard, Tyler Closter, Alan Coats, Buck Coco, Pasqual Coffman, Richard Colangelo, Mike Coleman,Choo Choo Coleman, Merle Collum, Jack Colome, Jesus Colson, Lloyd Comer, Wayne Command, Jim Comolli, Mark Conde, Ramon Connell, Terry Connors, Mervyn Cook, Cliff Cook, Earl Coomb, Ray Cooper, Brian Cooper, Don

1965-66 1937 1987-89 1993-95 1998 2008 1979, 81-82 1968 1952 1963 2005, 08 1957 1985-86 1997, 02 2010-11 1995-96 1971 1944, 47 1943, 46-47 1999, 01 1955 1935 2002 2002-03 1998, 01-03 1946 2002 1984 1989, 93 1942 1975 2009 1986-87 1936-37, 42-45 2008 1992-94 1952 1966 1982, 84-86 2004, 06-07 1996 1935 1966 1934 1981 1970-71 1973, 75 1937 2004 2003-04 2010-11 1963-64 1962, 66 2001-04, 06 1935 1934 2009 2004 1984 2003-04, 07 1955 1983-86 1975-77 1966 1940 1941 2009 1968-73 2008 2001-02 1944 2003 1962 1936 1961 2009 1971-72 1966 1954-55 2001-02 1967 1947 1940 1962 1937-38 1934-35 2002 1983, 86

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Corbitt, Claude Cornett, Brad Corrente, David Cosby, Rob Cosgrove, Daniel Costelle, Cosmo Costello, Gene Costo, Tim Conta, Carlo Coulson, Steve Coyle, Rocky Cox, Bobby Cox, Danny Cox, Ronald Crabbe, Bruce Crabtree, Robbie Crabtree, Tim Cradle, Rickey Craft, Harry Crespo, Felipe Croghan, Andy Cronin, Bill Crowell, Jim Crosby, Ken Cross, Jesse Crozier, Eric Cruz Jr., Jose Cruz, Victor Cubillan, Darwin Cuellar, Mike Cueto, Bert Cumberland, Chris Cumberland, John Cummings, Jeremy Cummings, Steve Curnal, Jim Curran, Chris Curtis, Jack Czjakowski, Jim Daal, Omar Dahlgren, Babe Dalesandro, Mark Daley, Phil Dallesandro, Dom Daneker, Pat Daniel, Jake Daniel, Michael Darnell, Bob Darr, Mike Darrow, Darrell Daugherty, Jack Davey, Tom Daviault, Ray Davila, Frank Davie, Jerry Davis, Butch Davis, Frank Davis, Kane Davis, Leonard Davis, Steve Davis, Steve K Dawson, Art Dawson, Luke Day, John Day, Randy Dayley, Ken Deal, Lindsey Dean, Doug Deidel, Jim DeJong, Jordan DeLaCruz, Hector DeLaCruz, Lorenzo DeLaCruz, Tomy Delgatti, Scott DelaRosa, Juan Delgado, Alex Delgado, Carlos Delgado, Ernie DeLosSantos, Eddy Delsavio, Garton Demeter, Steve Demons, Chris Dempsey, Pete Dempsey, Rick DePastino, Joe Desmond, Ian -D-

1947, 49-53, 55 1994-95, 01 2007 2006 1937 1943 1951 1998 2007 1974 1987 1970 1995 1965 1992 2002 1994-95, 97 1996-97 1937 1995-97 1999 1934 2007 1972-73 1992-94 2004-05 1998-99 1978 2000 1961 1961 2002 1967-69 2007 1989-90 1976 2011 1967 1996-97 1997 1936 1998-00 1947 1935-36 2000-01 1945 2009-10 1961 1978 1976 1994 1999 1962 1945 1956 1992 1947-48 2008 2009-10 1980-81 1985-88 1970 1956 1935-36 1987 1991-92 1940-42 1939 1969, 73-75 2006-08 1988-90 1997 1941-43 1974, 76 1993 1998-99 1991, 94-95, 98, 04 1999 2002 1943, 46 1969 2008 1982 1973 2005 2009

Detwiler, Ross DeWillis, Jeff DeWitt, Matt Diaz, Carlos Diaz, Edgar Diaz, Jose Diaz, Robinzon Dickson, Jason Diehl, Greg Dietz, Lloyd DiLauro, Jack Dillard, Don Dillard, Ted Dillinger, John Dimma, Doug Dineen, Kerry Diorio, Ron DiPippo,Larry Dismuke, Jamie Dixon, Tom Dobbek, Dan Dobson, Pat Doman, Roger Dominique, Andy Donabedian, Harry Donnelly, Brendan Donnelly, Ed Dotterer, Dutch, Jr. Dotterer, Tom Douglas, Jack Douglass, Sean Downs, Scott Doyle, Brian Doyne, Cory Dragicevich, Scott Drake, Sam Drescher, William Drews, Frank Ducey, Rob Dudick, John Duey, Kyle Duff, Matt Duffy, Dick Dukes, Elijah Duncan, Chris Duncan, Jeff Durkin, Harry Durrett, Elmer Dustal, Bob Dutton, Roger Dyck, Art Dyes, Andy Dziadkowiec, Andy -EEarle, Rick Eckert, Al Edge, Butch Edwards, Wayne Egan, Dick Eichhorn, Mark Eisenmann, Charles Elia, Lee Elder, Jerry Eldred, Brad Elliot, Harold Ellis, John Ellis, Robert Elser, Byron Emery, Joe English, Jesse Eppard, Jim Erautt, Ed Erautt, Joe Ereu, Willie Erickson, Donald Erickson, Hal Escalara, Nino Escobar, Jose Escobar, Kelvim Espina, Rendy Espinosa, Danny Estalella, Bobby Estes, Doc Estrada, Marco Estrada, Oscar Estrella, Leo Evans, Tom

2009-11 1985 2000-01 1988, 90 1995 1986 2007-08 2001 1975 1940 1964, 66 1965 1967-68 2001 1999 1974-76 1977 1954-55 1996 1982 1961 1964-65 1997 2005 1948 1999-00 1962 1961-62 1962 1953 2004 2005 1977, 82 2009 2003 1962 1952-54 1947-52 1987-91 1945-48 1993-94 2005 1956 2009 2010 2007 1956 1950 1963-66 1968 1953 1978 1990 1973 1934 1978-79 1992 1963-64 1982-85, 88, 00 1951 1969 1957 2009 1934 1968-69 2000 1956 1956 2010 1990 1948 1954-55 1980 1955 1947-48 1951 1986-90 1998 2001-02 2010 2004 1987 2009 1934 2000 1997-98

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Evenhus, Whitey Everts, Clint Ewing, Sam Eyre, Scott Fagan, Shawn Fanovich, Frank Faraci, Joe Farley, Robert Farrell, Richard Fasano, Sal Faul, Bill Faulk, Kelly Felix, Junior Fenderson, John Fernandez, Chico Fernandez, Frank Fernandez, Tony Ferraro, Mike Ferrer, Sergio Fielder, Cecil Fields, Bruce Figueroa, Luis File, Bob Filer, Tom Fillipowicz, Steve Fiore, Mike Fireovid, Steve Fisher, Clarence Fisher, Fritz Fiskland, Ed Fitzgerald, Charles Fitzmaurice, Shaun Fleming, Ryan Flemming, Fred Flener, Huck Fletcher, Darrin Fletcher, Paul Fletcher, Rob Fletcher, Tom Flint, Elbert Flores, Jesus Flores, Neomar Foiles, Hank Fore, Chuck Foster, Larry Fox, Adam Fox, Howard Foytack, Paul Franklin, Jay Franklin, Wilbert Frascatore, John Fraser, Willie Frasor, Jason Frazier, Fred Frazier, Jeff Frederick, Kevin Freed, Roger Freel, Ryan Freeman, Marvin French, Anton French, James Frondorf, Tom Fussell, Fred Gabler, John Gagain, Henry Galante, Matt Gallagher, Doug Gallo, Mike Galloway, Mike Gamble, Lee Ganote, Joe Garate, Victor Garcia, Christian Gardner, Rob Garrison, Webster Garvin, Jerry Gassner, David Gates, Billy Gatta, Daniel Gaudet, Jim Gaudin, Chad Geach, Jeff Gee, Johnny Gehrman, Paul -F-

1974 2009 1978 2001 2003-04 1948 1967 1965 1955 2007 1964 1988 1989 1968 1964 1967, 72 1981-84 1967-68, 73 1977 1986 1991 2006 2000-04 1985, 87 1950 1973 1987 1934-35 1964, 66 1968-70 1944 1968 2000, 02 1956 1994-97 1999 1998 1950 1966 1950 2011 2001 1951 1978-81 1964 2011 1946-47 1964 1962 1965 2001 1991 2004-05 1971-72, 74 2011 2003-04 1980 1998-01 1997 2004-05 1966 1971-72 1934-38 1962 1945 1967-71 1963-64 2008 2003 1937 1994-95 2010 2011 1969-72, 74-75 1989-90 1979, 82 2002-03 1947 1961 1982 2005, 11 1978 1937-39 1938

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Geisel, Dave George, Chris George, James Geraghty, Ben Giannelli, Ray Giannelli, Ray Gibson, Paul Gibson, Robert Giebell, Floyd Giedin, Richard Gillenwater, Carden Gilles, Tom Gilliam, Keith Gilvary, William Girouard, Gary Gladding, Fred Glenn, John Glossop, Albie Glover, Gary Glynn, Ryan Goebel, Walter Goldstein, Leslie Goldy, Purnal Gonzalez, Alberto Gonzalez, Alex Gonzalez, Fernando Gonzalez, Jeremi Good, Andrew Gordon, Don Gorzelanny, Tom Gosling, Mike Gowell, Larry Gozzo, “Goose” Grabowski, Reggie Graham, Art Graham, Aubrey Graham, Wayne Graham, William Grasso, Lewis Graterol, Beiker Gray, Dennis Grayson, Tom Grebeck, Brian Grebeck, Craig Green, Elijah Green, Fred Green, Pumpsie Green, Otis Green, Shawn Greene, Charlie Greene, Todd Greene, Willie Griffin, Earl Griffin, John-Ford Griffith, Leon Griffiths, John Griffore, John Griggs, Hal Grilli, Steve Gronkiewicz, Lee Gross, Don Gross, Gabe Grossman, Jack Gruber, Kelly Grzenda, Joe Guerrero, Mario Guidry, Ron Guiel, Jeff Gunderson, Eric Gura, Larry Gutierrez, Chris Guzman, Joel Guzman, Juan Hadley, Kent Hahn, Richard Haines, Talley Hall, Darren Hall, Irving Hall, Jimmie Hall, Noah Halladay, Roy Haltiwanger, Garrick Hamann, Rob Hambright, Roger Hamel, Clarence Hamilton, Jack -H-

1982 2008 1940 1944 1957 1992-94, 97 1995 1936 1946 1956 1949-54 1989-90 1984-86 1934 1967-68 1963-64 1962 1934, 37-38 1999-00, 09 2004-05 1936-37 1943-44 1963, 65 2009 1994, 00 1974 2007 2007 1985-87, 91 2011 2008 1973-74 1989-90 1935, 38-39, 43-45 1935 1936 1966 1965-66 1936 1998 1995 1972 1998 1999 1965 1962 1965 1986-89 1994 2000 2000 1999 1966 2005-07 1953 1936 1951-52 1961 1978-81 2005-07 1962 2003-05 1934-35 1984-85 1963, 73 1971-72 1975-76 2004 2000 1974 2008 2009 1989, 91-92, 95 1956 1943 2004 1992-94 1938-40 1961 2004 1997-98, 00-01 2001 2002 1972 1935 1964-65

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Hamilton, Joey Hamley, Bob Hamons, Frank Hamric, Rusty Hanlon, Roger Hannon, Jim Hansen, Doug Harig, Charles Harper, Dee Harrington, Mickey Harrington, Roland Harris, DJ Harris, Willie Harrist, Earl Hart, Jim Ray Hartje, Chris Hartley, Art Hassey, Brad Hasson, Gene Hattig, John Hayes, David Hayworth, Myron Hearn, Bernard Hearron, Jeff Heath, Bill Heath, Kelly Heath, Tom Heble, Kurt Hegan, Mike Heinhold, Doug Heinrich, Ed Hemingway, Emil Henderson, Derek Hendricks, Elrod Hendrickson, Mark Henke, Tom Henry, Bill Henry, Butch Henry, Santiago Hentgen, Pat Hermansen, Chad Hernandez, Anderson Hernandez, Guillermo Hernandez, Pedro Hernandez, Rudy Hernandez, Toby Hernandez, Xavier Herrera, Frank Herrera, Javi Herrera, Jose Herrscher, Rick Hetki, John Heving, John Heyman, Lou High, Andy Hill, Aaron Hill, Glenallen Hill, Oliver Hiller, John Hinckle, Lester Hinkle, Gordon Hinske, Eric Hinsley, Jerry Hinton, Rich Hisner, Harley Hobaugh, Ed Hobbie, Glenn Hobson, Clell Hockette, George Hoffer, Bill Holbert, Aaron Holland, John Hollins, Dave Holloman, Bobo Holman, Dale Holmes, Matt Holtgrave, Vern Hood, Charles Hopke, Fred Hopper, Norris Horsford, Jim Horsman, Vince Horton, Willie Houston, Ryan Houtz, William Howard, Dennis Howard, Ben Howell, Dixie

1999-00 1956 1945 1985 1934 1962 1970 1938-40 1984 1966 1942-43, 46 1998-99 2009 1942, 46 1974 1940-42 1949-54 2002, 04, 07 1940-42 2005-07 1934 1950-52 1934 1986 1968 1988-89 1939 1995 1968 1975-77 1946-47 1938 1992-93 1977 2001-03 1985 1967 2001 1997-98 1991-92 2004 2009 1991 1981-82 1962 1980, 83-84 1989 1955, 66 2009 1998 1962 1948-49 1936 1954-55 1934 2005 1987-89 1938 1966 1940-42 1935 2003 1964 1972 1953 1962 1965 1957 1935-37 1956 2001 1985 1999 1952 1984-86 1936-37 1966 1954 1962, 65 2009 1967-68 1996 1963-64 2006-07 1951 1983, 85-86 2006 1943, 46-49

Howell, Lou Hoy, Marc Huckaby, Ken Hudek, John Hudson, Orlando Hudson, Tony Huff, Mike Huffman, Phil Hughes, Tom Hulett, Tug Humphrey, Bill Humphries, Bert Hunt, Allen Hunter, Brian Hyde, Lee Hurst, Jimmy -IInfante, Alex Inglett, Joe Iorg, Garth Iriki, Yasaku Irwin, Dennis Issac, John Ivany, Devin Izturis, Cesar -JJaciuk, Frank Jackson, Zach Jacobs, Lamar James, Bryne James, Chuck James, Justin Janssen, Casey Janzen, Marty Jeltz, Steve Jeroloman, Brian Jeter, Shawn Jiminez,Manuel Johnson, Anthony Johnson, Ben Johnson, Bob Johnson, Dane Johnson, Henry Johnson, Joe Johnson, Lou Johnson, Matt Johnson, Reed Johnson, Roy Johnston, Chris Johnston, Joel Jolly, Dave Jones, Art Jones, Chris Jones, Chris C. Jones, Darryl Jones, Gary Jones, Jack Jones, Jason Jones, Mack Jones, Odell Jones, Ryan Jones, Sherman Joost, Eddie Jordan, Baxter Jordan, Ricardo Jose, Felix Joseph, Ricardo Jova, Maikel Judd, Ralph Juelich, Jack Jungman, Maury Just, Joe Kahny, Len Kalski, Edward Kammeyer, Bob Karlik, Emil Kasheta, Frank Katz, Bob Kazanski, Ted Keegan, Bob Keene, Kurt Kelleher, Frank Keller, Jerry Kellett, Don -K-

1968-69 1962 2002-03, 05 1999 2001-02 1986-87 1994, 96 1978, 80-81 1948 2011 1936 1945 1937 2001 2011 1999 1984-89 2008 1978-80 2007 1976-77 1956-57 2010 2000-01 1962 2005 1961 1936 2010 2007 2006 1996-97 1991 2008 1991 1966 1983-84 1955 1975 1996, 98 1935 1987 1963 1995 2002-03, 07 1940-41 1983-84, 86 1994 1950 1939-40 1990 1999, 01 1977 1969-71 1956 2010 1964 1987 1997 1962 1937 1939 1995 1996 1965 2006 1934 1940-42 1940 1945-47, 49 1939-40 1944-45 1975-77 1957 1967 1944-47 1955 1951-52 2003 1943 1984-85 1936

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Kelly,Pat A. Kelly, Pat Kelly, Pat Kemo, Beau Kendig, Larry Kennedy, Joe Kennedy, Jim Kennedy, John Kenney, Jerry Kensing, Logan Kent, Jeff Kerestes, Mal Kerns, Russell Kerr, John Kershner, Jason Key, Jimmy Kilgus, Paul Killeen, Evans Kimball, Cole Kinaman, Richard Kindl, John Kingrey, Jarrod Kinnard, Ken Kipper, Thornton Kirby, Jim Kleinhans, Ted Klimek, Josh Klimkowski, Ron Kline, Steve Klutts, Mickey Knapp, Chris Kneuper, Ed Knickerbocker, Austin Knorr, Randy Koch, Alan Koch, Billy Kolod, Gary Kolp, Ray Konstanty, Jim Kopacz, George Koplitz, Howie Korhonen, Al Koskie, Corey Kosko, Andrew Koster, Fred Kowitz, Brian Kown, Andrew Krakauskas, Joe Krall, John Kranepool, Ed Kratz, Erik Kraus, Ralph Kremblas, Mike Kress, Charles Krieger, Kurt Krizmanich, Mike Kroner, John Kubski, Gil Kucek, Jack Kunkel, Bill Kvasnak, Mike Lajoie, Bill Lakeman, Al Lamanna, Frank Lamanno, Ray Lambert, Clayton Lambert, Gene Lambin, Chase Lamont, Gene Lancaster, Les Landeck, Arnold Lane, Richard Lang, Don Langaigne, Selwyn Langerhans, Ryan Larrison, Preston Larsen, Erling Lasko, Bob Latham, Chris Laviano, Julius LaVigne, Ed Lawrence, Joe Leach, Rick League, Brandon Leal, Luis -L-

1995 1978-80 1998 2007 1957 2007 1969, 73 1968 1967, 73-75 2009 1992 1956 1945 1936 2003-04 1983 1990 1962 2011 1953 1968 2002-03 1985 1954-55 1957 1938-41 2002 1967-69, 72-73 1969-70 1976-77, 83 1983 1957 1948 1991-92, 95-96 1963 1998-99 1957 1937 1942-44 1973 1963 1946-47 2005 1963 1936 1996 2009-10 1941 1945 1962 2006-08 1945 2001 1946 1953-54 1974 1935, 39 1981 1980-81 1965 1957 1962 1942, 44 1953 1949 1942 1941 2010 1965 1994 1952-53 1949 1938 2000-02 2009 2009 1938 1967-68 2001 1934 1951 2001-02 1984-85 2005-08 1979-80, 85-87

Leatherman, Dan Ledezma, Wilfredo Leek, Randy Lee, Manny LeGault, Steve Legett, Luis Lehman, Alfred Leip, Edgar Leiter, Al Leitz, John Leja, Frank Lemongello, Mark Lennon, Patrick Lennon, Robert Lepcio, Ted Lesher, Brian Lewis, Joe W. Leznick, John Libby, Richard Lidle, Cory Lilly, Ted Lind, Adam Linhart, Carl Liniak, Cole Linton, Doug LiPetri, Angelo Lipski, Bob Liptak, John Liriano, Nelson Lis, Joe Lisenbee, Horace Liska, Adolph Litsch, Jesse Little, Edward Littlefield, John Loane, Robert Loaiza, Estaban Locke, Larry Locklear, Gene Lohrey, John Lolich, Mickey Lombardozzi, Steve Longacre, Edgar Lonnett, Joe Look, Bruce Lopez, Aquilino Lopez, Arturo Lopez, Felipe Lopez, Luis Lopez, Pedro Lora, Ramon Lovenguth, Lynn Loyd, Brian Loynd, Mike Lowrance, Marvin Luebber, Steve Lukasiewicz, Mark Lukish, Tom Lukon, Ed Lumenti, Ralph Luna, Hector Lund, Gordon Lundberg, Spike Lutz, Brent Lydon, Wayne Lynk, Ed Lyon, Brandon Lyons, John Lysander, Rick Lyttle, Jim MacDonald, Mike MacDonald, Rob MacDougal, Mike Mack, Joe Mackey, Joe Madden, Bill Madjeski, Ed Maduro, Jorge Maestri, Hector Magnuson, Jim Magrini, Pete Mahomes, Pat Mahoney, Mike Maksudian, Mike Malave, Omar Maldonado, Carlos -M-

2010 2009 2007 1986-87 1938 1935-37 1938 1940 1990, 92 1944 1961 1979 1998-99 1961 1961 2002 1957 1938 1950-51 2003 2005 2006-08 1956 2001 1990-93, 03 1955 1965-66 1953 1987-88 1994-95 1944 1934 2007-08 1950 1982 1937 2002 1969 1976-77 1943 1963 2011 1938-41 1954-55 1971 2004 1966 2001-02 1998-01 2008, 10 1981-82 1952-55 2000 1990 2010 1979 1997-00, 04 1983-84 1942 1961 2007-08 1969 2005 1995 2006-08 1948 2001-02 1934 1990 1968-69 2007-08 1989-92 2009-10 1938 1968 1967 1949 1970-72 1962 1972-73 1968-69 2007 2006 1991-92 1989 2010-11

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Mallory, Sheldon Malloy, Robert Mandel, Jeff Mangum, Leo Mann, Jim Manrique, Fred Manto, Jeff Manzanillo, Ravelo Manuel, Walt Marcum, Shaun Marentette, Leo Marinette, Frank Markell, Harry Markland, Gene Marquardt, Al Marquis, Jason Marrero, Chris Marshall, Charles Martin, J.D. Martin, Norberto Martinez, Carlos Martinez, Casey Martinez, Domingo Martinez, Michael Martinez, Sandy Martinez, Tippy Martis, Shairon Martz, Tommy Maruska, John Mason, Henry Matchick, Tom Mathews, Nelson Mathias, Carl Matos, Josue Matos, Julius Mattheus, Ryan Mattick, Robert Mattingly, Lawrence Matumoto, Jo Mauney, Sam Maurer, Dave Maxwell, Justin May, Davis Maya, Yunesky Mayo, Jack Mayorson, Manny McAndrews, Don McAvoy, Tom McCall, Larry McClain, Joe McClellan, Matt McClellan, Sean McCloskey, James McConnell, Chris McCormick, Frank McDaniel, Ashley McDevitt, Tom McDonald, Dave McDougal, Julius McElroy, Glenn McElwain, Gene McGowan, Dustin McGregor, Scott McGrew, Alvin McGriff, Fred McGriff, Terry McHenry, Vance McKay, Dave McKeithan, Emmett McKinney, Rich McLain, Denny McLaughlin, Colin McLeod, James McMurtry, Craig McNealy, Derwin Medina, Rafael Meeks, Sam Melago, Joe Mele, Dutch Melendez, Luis Melhuse, Adam Melignano, Carmine Melillo, Kevin Melo, Juan Melton, Bill Mench, Kevin Mengel, Brad Menhart, Paul

1978 1944 2010-11 1936-37 1999 1982-84 1997 1991 1967 2005-06, 08 1963-64, 66 1937 1953-54 1951 1935 2010 2011 1941 2009-11 1999 2011 2001 1991-93 2010 1997 1974-75 2009-10 1967-68 1934-36 1955 1964-66, 72, 76 1966 1962 2005 2004-05 2011 1938 1934 2008 1961 2004 2009-10 1979 2010-11 1954 2001 1956 1961-62 1977, 81 1962 2001-02 1999 1934-35 2011 1937 1938-39 1957 1967-69 1991 1988 1976 2006-07 1974-76 1976 1984-86 1992, 96 1985 1979 1934 1972 1964 1981, 83-88 1940 1987 1985 2000 1949 1956 1942-47, 49-50 1978 1997-99 1951-52 2008 1999 1968 2008, 10 1993 1993, 95

Meola, Emil Meola, Mike Merena, John Mersch, Neil Metcalf, Tom Meyer, Jack Meyers, Brad Meyers, Howard Mezich, Steve Micelotta, Robert Mick, Malcolm Midkiff, Dick Mierkowicz, Ed Milone, Tom Milledge, Lastings Miller, Bill Miller, Eddie Miller, Justin Miller, Robert Miner, George Mirabella, Paul Miranda, Willie Mitchell, Henry Mitchell, Robert E. Mitchell, Robert G. Moates, Dave Mock, Garrett Mole, Fenton Molesworth, Keith Molina, Gustavo Molina, Izzy Monroe, Marshall Montalvo, Rob Montoya, Al Montz, Luke Monzon, Jose Moore, Archie Moore, Balor Moore, Barry Moore, Dee Moore, Ed Moore, Graham Moore, Herb Moore, Jackie Moore, James Moore, Lloyd Moore, Marcus Mooty, Jake Morehead, Seth Morgan, Mike Moriarty, Ed Moriarty, Mike Morland, Mike Morse, Mike Moschitto, Ross Moseby, Lloyd Moser, Arnold Mosquera, Julio Moss, Charlie Mottola, Chad Mrozinski, Ron Mueller, Heine Mulcahy, Hugh Mulligan, Joe Mummau, Rob Munoz, Pedro Munro, Pete Munson, Thurman Murphy, Aloysius Murphy, Bill Murray, Dale Murray, Larry Musselman, Jeff Musselman, Ron Mustaikas, Alex Myers, Greg Myers, Howard -NNagel, William Nakamura, Micheal Nandin, Bob Nanni, Tito Nannini, Mike Navarro, Julio Neal, Blaine Nelson, Bryant Nelson, Bubba

1936, 39 1939 1934-35 1976-77 1965 1954 2011 1938-39 1968 1954-55 1951 1936, 39 1954-55 2011 2009 1951 1937 2002, 04-05 1962 1937-39 1980-81 1961 1962 1986 1969-71 1977 2009-11 1952 1936-37 2009 2001 1935 1991-95 1995 2009 1992-93 1967 1980 1971 1937-38 1938 1938 1944-45 1963-66 1935 1937 1999 1937-39 1955 1983-84 1936 2003 1994 2009-10 1967-69 1980 1937-38 1996-98 1939 2000, 02, 05-07 1954 1934 1950 1935 1996-00 1990 1998-00 1969 1934, 36, 38 2008 1981 1977 1988-89 1984-86 1947-48 1987-90 1938-39 1941-42 2004 1982-84 1985 2005 1964-66, 71 2007 2005 2008

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Nelson, Lynn Neri, Frank Nicol, Sean Nielson, Eric Niemiec, Al Nischwitz, Ron Norbert, Ted Nordhagen, Wayne Norman, Bill Norris, Jody Northrup, Jim Novak, Larry Novoa, Yunior Nunez, Jose Nunn, Mike Nuxhall, Joe -OOana, Prince Obregon, Frank O'Connor, Jack O’Connor, Michael O'Donnell, George O'Halloran, Greg Ohlms, Mark O'Keefe, Rick O'Neal, Robert Okrie, Len Oliva, Angel Olivo, Chi Chi Olmedo, Ray Olsen, Scott Olson, Bruce Olson, Marv O’Neal, Robert Oravetz, Ernie Ordaz, Luis Ormond, Rodney Orr, Pete Orsino, John Osnato, Frank Osteen, Darrel Otanez, Willis Outlaw, Jimmy Owens, Jim Oyler, Ray Pace, Scott Pacheco, Ed Pactwa, Joe Padilla, Jorge Pagan, Dave Page, Joe Palmer, Harold Palmer, Lowell Palys, Stan Pape, Ken Parker, Billy Parker, Clarence Parks, Jack Parrilla, Sam Parris, Steve Parrish, John Partee, Roy Pasely, Kevin Patrick, Brian Patterson, Corey Patterson, Gil Patton, Lloyd Patzke, Jeff Pavelko, Paul Payne, Jerrod Pazik, Mike Peacock, Brad Pearce, Frank Pederson, Stu Pehanick, Al Pelter, Nathan Pena, George Pena, Hassan Pena, Juan Pennington, Brad Peralta, Joel Peraza, Oswald Perez, Benny Perez, Jerson Perez, Modesto -P-

1941-43 1957 2011 2008 1935 1965 1934 1973 1940 1973 1964 1954-55 2009 1988-89 1972 1945 1935-36 1962 1988-89 2009 1961 1993 1993 1982 1952 1953 1961 1967 2007 2009-10 1971 1945 1952 1961-62 2010 2006 2009-10 1969 1936 1971 2000 1937-38 1954-55 1963-64 1996 1972-73 1971-72 2009 1974-75 1952 1945 1974 1954 1978 1974-76 1940 1955 1967 2001-02 2008 1953 1980-81 2003 2009 1976-77 1945 1997 1965 2002 1971-73, 78 2011 1936-37, 39 1988-92 1964 1941 1970-72 2011 2003 1999 2010 1986 1980 2001-02 1956

Perez, Robert Perez, Tomas Perkins, Cecil Perkowski, Harry Perry, Alonzo Person, Robert Peterson, Adam Peterson, Kent Petralli, Geno Pett, Jose Pevey, Marty Pezzulo, John Pfeiffer, John Phalen, Daniel Phelps, Josh Phillips, Damon Phillips, Jason Phillips, Randy Phillips, Tony Pichardo, Nelson Piche, Ron Pickrel, Clarence Pilarcik, Al Pilney, Andy Pirro, Joe Pirtle, Gerald Pisker, Don Plantz, Steve Platt, Mizell Pleis, William Plumbo, Vince Pohle, Ike Polinsky, Bob Politte, Cliff Polivka, Kenneth Pomorski, John Pond, Simon Poole, Mark Poppert, John Porter, Bob Porter, Dick Porterfield, Bob Pose, Scott Post, Wally Poulsen, Ken Powell, Alonzo Powell, Grover Power, Vic Pramesa, John Prendergast, Jim Prince, M.L. Probst, Alan Prokopec, Luke Proly, Mike Pryor, Greg Przybycien, Tony Purcey, David Quantrill, Paul Queen, Jessie Quinlan, Tom Quinn, Terry Quintana, Al Quintana, Luis Quiroz, Guillermo Rabe, Charles Raines, Larry Rajsich, Dave Rakow, Ed Rambert, Elmer “Pep” Ramer, Daniel Ramie, Vern Ramirez, Angel Ramirez, Horacio Ramirez, Ismael Ramos, Domingo Ramos, Jesus Ramos, John Ramos, Wilson Ranew, Merritt Ratliff, Jon Raugh, James Reder, John Redman, Mark Reese, Dana -Q-

1991, 93-95 1996-98 1967-68 1949 1951 1997-98 2004 1950, 54-55 1979, 81-83 1996 1991, 94 1941 1955 1944 2002-03 1940, 43 2006 1994 1998 1975-77 1970 1934 1952 1936 1957 1971-73, 75 1979-80 1944 1951 1961 1952 1999 1976 2003 1946 1937 2003-04 1983-86 2009 1939-40 1937-39 1961 1996 1964 1973 1998 1962 1951 1949 1946-47, 49-50 1974 1998-99 2002 1984 1977 1967 2006, 08 1999 1963 1991-93 1974 2007-08 1977-78 2002, 04-05 1962 1961 1975-77 1965-66 1940 1954 1983 1997 2009 2006, 07 1976, 79-81 1944-45 1995-96 2010 1968 2002 1961 1936-37 2007 1999

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Regan, Phil Rehbein, Herman Reichert, Dan Reid, Scott Reimers, Cameron Relaford, Desi Rellick, Andy Remorenko, Ed Renfroe, Marshall Reniff, Hal Renwick, Tyler Repulski, Rip Reyna, Luis Reynolds, Jeff Reynolds, Ken Rhem, Charles Rhine, Kendall Rhinehart, Bill Ribley, George Riccelli, Frank Riccuiti, Al Rice, Len Richards, Lloyd Richardson, Martin Richardson, Ted Richmond, Don Richmond, Scott Ricketts, Chad Ricks, Ed Riggan, Percy Rios, Alex Rios, Alexis Risley, Bill Risley, George Ritchey, John Rivera, Saul Rivers, Ken Robbe, Fletcher Roberts, Dale Roberts, Lonnell Roberts, Ryan Robertson, Alfred Robertson, Andre Robertson, Jay Robinson, Bill Robinson, John Robinson, Ken Rockett, Pat Rodgers, Tim Rodney, Matt Rodriguez, Ellie Rodriguez, Hector Rodriguez, Henry Rodriguez, Luis Rodriguez, Mike Rodriguez, Nerio Rodriguez, Tony Roettger, Oscar Rogers, Jimmy Rojas, Larry Roland, Jim Rollins, Rich Roman, Bill Romano, Mike Romero, Davis Romero, J.C. Romero, Ricky Romonosky, John Rooney, Pat Rooney, Sean Rosado, Luis Rosario, Francisco Rosen, Goody Rosenfield, Max Ross, Mark Rotblatt, Marv Rowe, Robert Rowland, Rich Rubeling, Al Runge, Paul Russell, Lloyd Ryan, John Ryan, Rob -SSadowski, Bob Sadowski, Ted Sanchez, Alex

1965 1939, 41 2003 1972 2002, 04-05 2005 1956-57 1938 1962 1968-72 2001 1961 1988 1983 1976, 78-79 1935 1997 2010 1962 1982 1966 1943-44 1938-40 1966 1956 1954-55 2008 2002 1974-78 1950-52 2006 2004 1996-97 1962 1956 2009 1988, 90 1950 1967 1997 2006-07 1953 1979 1979-80 1970 1951-53 1997 1980 1984-85 2007 1967-68 1953 2011 1997-98 1998 1999 1942-45 1935 1994-96 1965-66 1966 1961 1963-64 1997-00 2006, 08 2011 2008 1957 1985 2010 1979 2005-06 1940-44 1934 1988-89 1957 1956 1996 1946-50 1990 1938 1963-65 2003 1968 1961 1988-91

Sanchez, Celerino Sanchez, Jesus Sanders, Anthony Sanders, Deion Sanders, Earl Sanders, Robert Sanders, Satch Sandlock, Mike Sandoval, Danny Sandoval, Marco s Sands, Charlie Sandt, Tom Sanford, Jack Sankey, Ben Santiago, Benito Santos, Sergio Sarna, Tom Sauerbeck, Scott Sauer, Hank Savickas, Russ Savino, George Sawkiw, Warren Sawyer, Rick Sax, Oliver Schino, Stan Schmidt, Augie Schmidt, Guenther Schneider, Jeff Schneider, John Schoen, Gerry Schroll, Al Schrom, Ken Schult, Arthur Schultz, Mike Schultz, Richard Schunk, Jerry Scobie, Jason Scott, LeGrant Scott, Mickey Scott, Shawn Scull, Angel Seale, Johnny Secory, Frank Segovia, Zack Segura, Jose Sember, Mike Senteney, Steve Sequea, Jorge Severeid, Henry Severino, Atahualpa Seward, Frank Shaddy, Chris Shanks, Willie Sharperson, Mike Shaw, Bob Shea, John Sheppard, Don Shepherd, Ron Sherlock, John Sherlock, Vince Sherrill, Dennis Shevlin, Jim Shipanoff, Dave Shirley, Bob Shokes, Ed Shopay, Tom Shoup, Ray Shupe, Jack Siebler, Dwight Sielicki, John Sierra, Ruben Sievert, Mark Silverman, Aaron Simmons, Art Simmons, Brian Sinclair, Steve Singleton, Justin Sinton, Bill Sipek, Richard Sisler, Bill Slaten, Doug Small, Aaron Smith, Bob Smith, Brian Smith, David Smith, Forest “Woody” Smith, George Smith, Harold

1972 2004 1998-99, 04-05 2001 1989 1950 1974 1954 2008 2002 1969-70 1978 1954 1939 1998 2006-08 1957 2007 1942-43, 46-47 2006 1935 1995 1974-76 1935 1935 1984 1936 1982-83 2003, 05-07 1970-71 1961 1980-82 1953 1941-43, 46-47, 49 1956 1990-92 2007 1963-64 1969 1991-93 1961 1963-65 1941 2009 1987 1979 1982 2003-04 1938 2010-11 1948 1988 1984 1985-87 1956 1990-92 1994 1983-86 1934 1941 1976-77 1935 1983-84 1988 1942, 47-51 1967-69 1971 1975 1962 1976-77 1997 1996-98 1952 1945 2001 1997-99 2005-06 1946, 57 1946 1944 2010-11 1994-95 1935 1997, 99 2008 1954, 61 1963-65 1944

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Smith, Mike Smith, Willie Snider, Travis Snook, Frank Snyder, Bernie Snyder, Cory Snyder, Gene Sojo, Luis Solano, Danny Solano, Fausto Solano, Jhonatan Soliata, Tony Soriano, Fred Sosa, Jorge Spencer, George Spencer, Leverette Spier, Dale Spognardi, Andy Spoljaric, Paul Spradlin, Jack Sprague, Ed Spring, Jack Springer, Robert Staehle, Marv Stammen, Craig Stange, Lee Stanley, Fred Stanley, Mickey Stanton, Mike Starr, Ray St Claire, Randy Stearns, Bill Steed, Rick Stegman, Dave Stein, Randy Stelmaszek, Rick Stenhouse, Dave Stephens, Gene Stevens, Lee Stevenson, Jason Stewart, Shannon Stickles, Bob Stidfole, Sean Stieb, Dave Stillwell, Ron Stogoski, Ed Storen, Drew Storti, Lindo Stottlemyre, Todd Strange, Mike Strasburg, Stephen Stroner, Milton Stroughter, Steve Suero, William Sullivan, John Sunkel, Tom Swann, Pedro Swart, Charles Sweeney, Bill Sweppinhiser, Kelly Swigart, Oadis Swoboda, Ron Szekely, Joe Taitt, Doug Tallet, Brian Tam, Jeff Tanner, Bill Tatum, Tom Tatusko, Ryan Taubenheim, Ty Taylor, Bob Taylor, Dan Taylor, Ed Taylor, Harry Taylor, Jim Taylor, Johnny Taylor, Kerry Tepedino, Frank Terrell, Walt Terry, Lazaro Tesauro, Joe Tevlin, Creighton Thayer, Greg Thigpen, Curtis Thomas, Ed Thomas, Evan -T-

2002-04 1963-64 2008 1974 1937 1991 1955 1989-90, 93 2004-06 1999 2009, 11 1969-72 1997, 99 2009 1964 1957 1970-71 1934 1993-96 2009-10 1989-92 1954-55 1944-45 1969 2009-11 1961 1973-74 1964-65 1978 1936 1993-94 1974-77 1995 1985 1977 1976 1984, 86-87 1967 1993 1999 1996-97, 2003, 08 1972 2008 1979, 98 1961-62 1961 2010 1941 1987-89 1999 2010-11 1943 1983 1991 1963-65 1941 2002 1944 1934 2006 1940 1973 1990 1934 2006-08 2003 1951 1949 2011 2006-07 1968 1939 1934 1935 1934 1984 2000 1969-73 1993 1956 1954 1980-82 1980 2006-08 1964 2003

Thomas, Stan Thomson, John Thompson, Aaron Thompson, Andy Thompson, Gene Thompson, Marv Thompson, Rich Thompson, Ryan Thompson, Tim Thornton, Lou Thorpe, Tracy Thurman, Corey Thurston, Bill Ticco, Milton Tillotson, Thad Tilmon, Pat Timlin, Mike Timmerman, Tom Tising, Jack Todd, Jackson Todtenhausen, Art Tolar, Kevin Tolleson, Jim Tolman, Tim Tomlin, Dave Tompkins, Ben Tonucci, Norm Toporcer, George Torpey, Joe Torres, Hector Torres, Rusty Tote, Jim Toth, Paul Towers, Josh Townley, Jason Tracy, Jack Trakan, Vince Trail, Chet Trent, Cecil Tressler, Aaron Trlicek, Rick Trowbridge, Robert Tucker, Ollie Tucker, Wayne Tully, Joe Turang, Brian Tuttle, Bill Tyler, John -UUmbria, Jose Upshaw, Willie Upton, Tom Usher, Bob Valdespino, Sandy Valdez, Alex Valdez, Efrain Valdez, Jesus Valdez, Santo Valdivia, Gilberto Vandenburg, Harold VanDerMeer, John VanRemmen, Tom VanRyn, Ben Veal, Inman Velandia, Jorge Velez, Otto Venafro, Mike Vento, Mike Verbanic, Joe Verdi, Frank Verhoeven, John Vermilyea, James Vickers, Ed Vidal, Jose Villone, Ron Virgil, Ozzie Vitter, Jim Vollmer, Clyde Wade, Ben Wade, Scott Wagner, Ryan Wahl, Kermit Wainhouse, Dave -V-

1977 2007 2010 1999-01 1937-38 1977, 81 2001, 03 1992, 97 1983-84 1986-88 2008 2003 1956 1947 1968-70 1995 1992, 95 1963-65 1939-41 1979-80, 82 1966 2005 1956 1989 1981 1954-55 1988 1935 1956 1978 1971-72 1951 1967 2003-04, 06, 09 1994-95 1966 1956 1967 1936 2007 1992 1961 1935 1953 1954-55 1996 1965-67 1944-45 2002-03 1978-80 1952 1948-49 1961 2011 1991 2011 2001-02 1944 1935-36 1937 1956 1998 1963 2008 1973-75, 82 2007 2007, 09 1967, 70-71 1953, 61-62 1982 2005-07 1956 1969-70 2009-10 1989-90 1951 1942, 48 1942 1992 2009 1946, 48 1995

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Walker, Chico Walker, Keith Walker, Pete Walker, Tyler Wall, John Wallace, Dave Wallace, Jim Wallace, Mike Walsh, David Walter, Gene Walters, Ignatius Walters, John Walton, Danny Wang, Chien-Ming Wapnick, Steve Ward, Anthony Ward, Daryle Ward, Duane Ward, Turner Ware, Jeff Warren, Dallas Wasdin, John Waslewski, Gary Waters, Jack Watson, Matt Watwood, John Waytula, Ed Weathers, Charles Weathers, David Weber, Ben Webster, Mitch Wehmeier, Herman Weinke, Chris Welaj, John Wellman, Robert Wells, David Wells, Greg Wells, Kip Wells, Vernon Wera, Julian Wert, Don Werth, Dennis Werth, Jayson West, Dick West, Lacey Westlake, Jim Weston, Mickey Whalen, Bill Wheeler, Rocket Whitaker, Steve White, Harold Whitehead, John Whitehurst, Wally Whiten, Mark Whiteside, Matt Whitesell, Josh Whitfield, Terry Whiting, Boomer Whitmer, Dan Whitmore, Darrell Whitney, Matthew Whitt, Ernie Whittaker, Tim Wiens, Randy Wiesler, Robert Wiggins, Scott Wilborn, Ted Wiley, Mark Wilkie, Josh Williams, Dave Williams, Dibrell Williams, Glenn Williams, Kenny Williams, Marvin Williams, Matt Williams, Norland Williams, Ron Williams, Woody Williams, Woody Willis, Dale Willis, Mike Wills, Frank Wilson, Gary Wilson, John Winchester, Scott Wise, Dewayne Wishnevski, Rob Withem, Shannon

1989 1983 2003 2010 1957 1978 1948 1974 1984, 88 1992 1939-40 1956 1971-72 2011 1989-91 1992-94 2009 1986-87, 95 1991-92 1995-96 1939-40 2003 1972 1962-63 2008 1934-35 1954 1951-54 1992 1995, 06 1980, 82-85 1945, 47 1995-96 1952-53 1949 1986-88 1978-81 2009 1999-01, 08 1935 1963 1977 2002-03 1943, 46-49 1966 1955 1991 1962 1979 1968 1956 1941 1995 1990 2005 2010 1974-76 2010-11 1981-82 1997 2009 1978-79 2004-05 1978 1961 2002-03 1979 1979 2009-11 2009 1936 2002-04 1991 1953-55 1983-85 1953 1956 1941-42, 48 1990-96 1963 1979-81 1988-89, 91 1982 1935 2002 2001, 03 1989-90 1998

Withrow, Ray Witt, Kevin Wittig, John Wood, Andre Woodend, George Wolfe, Brian Woods, Al Woods, Gary Woodson, Dick Woodward, Chris Woop, William Workman, Henry Worthington, Bob Wright, Glen Wright, Jim Wright, Robert -Y-

1966 1998-00 1946 1983 1944 2007-08 1978, 83-84 1978 1974 1998-01 1952-53 1951-53 1962 1935 1981-82 1938

Yan,Julian Yancy, Hugh Yawn, Jimmy Yearout, Mike Yelding, Eric Yennaco, Jay Yepez, Marcos York, Jim York, Mike Young, Cliff Young, Matt Young, Tim Yount, Floyd Yovanovich, Slobowdan Zacher, Martin Zambrano, Victor Zaun, Gregg Zeber, George Zeller, Bart Zientara, Ben Zimmerman, Jordan Zimmermann, Lamar Zimmerman, Ryan Zinicola, Zech Zinker, Edward Zipfel, Bud Zosky, Eddie Zuniga, Tony

1993-94 1975 1969 1988 1988 1998-99 2009 1976 1995 1988 1993 2003 1940 1944-45 1941 2007 2004, 07-08 1973-76 1971 1949-55 2009-10 1940 2011 2009-11 1954-55 1962 1991-94 2003

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SYRACUSE FAMILY TREE The following last names of former Syracuse players are the most commonly shared: Last Name - # Moore - 11 Johnson - 10 Jones - 10 Williams - 10 Brown - 10 Baker - 7 Taylor - 7 Thompson - 7 Rodriguez - 7 Davis - 6 Hernandez - 6 Martinez - 6
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SYRACUSE BASEBALL SINGLE GAME RECORDS (1961-present)
BATTING Hits Doubles Triples 6 Kevin Barker, 5/17/06

3 33 Times Last Three: Ryan Roberts, 6/24/06; John Hattig 6/12/06; Bryant Nelson, 6/2/05 2 37 Times Last Three: Wayne Lydon 5/31/07; Wayne Lydon 7/15/06; Russ Adams, 5/29/06; 4 4 5 5 5 5 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 4 12 11 11 11 16 15 15 15 15 8 8 8 7 6 4 10 10 10 9 9 9 Gene Locklear, 7/14/77 Michael Aubrey, 5/14/11 Danny Walton, 6/11/72 Joe Cannon, 6/14/79 Pat Rockett, 6/28/80 Sil Campusano, 8/25/87 Otto Velez, 5/17/73 Fred Hopke, 8/12/62 Al Woods, 5/9/78 Carlos Delgado, 8/28/94 Tom Evans, 4/14/98 Luis Lopez, 5/18/99 Pedro Swann, 5/12/02 Justin Singleton, 7/28/05 Kevin Barker, 5/17/06 Michael Aubrey, 5/14/11 Wayne Lydon, 8/6/06 Denny McLain, 4/25/64 Dick Eagan, 8/3/63 Bill Faul, 5/31/64 Mike Pazik, 6/14/72 Willie Smith, 8/13/63 Cecil Perkins, 6/16/67 Alan Closter, 6/5/71 Todd Stottlemyre, 9/1/88 Nerio Rodriguez, 6/17/99 Juan Guzman, 4/17/89 (4 IP) Ken Robinson, 5/26/96 (3 IP) Jamie Vermilyea 6/12/06 (4 IP) 11 Times - Last by Jordan De Jong, 8/21/07 (2.2 IP) Bruce Olson, 5/14/71 9 Times - Last by Cameron Reimers, 5/13/02 Johnny Seale, 4/16/63 Steve Grilli, 8/30/78 Colin McLaughlin, 9/1/81 Jack Hamilton, 8/22/65 Mike Darr, 8/20/78 Mike Stanton, 5/6/78

Home Runs Runs

RBI

Stolen Bases PITCHING Innings Pitched

Strikeouts

Strikeouts (Reliever)

Home Runs Allowed Walks

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Patrick Lennon hit two home runs on August 4, 1998, then added three more the next night to set a Syracuse record for most home runs in back-to-back games. Alan Closter holds the Syracuse career record for 10+ strikeout games with 6 from 1968-73. Tippy Martinez holds the record for 10+ strikeout games in a season, accomplishing the feat 5 times in 1975.

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SYRACUSE BASEBALL CONSECUTIVE GAME RECORDS (1961-2009)
BATTING Consecutive Games with… Hit 22 21 Double 5 5 5 5 5 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 7 11 11 11 11 7 7 5 5 4 Robert Perez, 6/1-21/94 Tony Fernandez, 7/31-8/22/82 Satch Sanders, 8/26-9/1/74 Chris Johnston, 8/24-28/86 Sharnol Adriana, 6/13-17/96 Kevin Cash, 8/29-9/1/02 Kevin Cash, 7/2-7/03 Chris Latham, 6/23-25/01 Mack Jones, 7/9-11/64 Glenallen Hill, 8/3-6/89 Lee Stevens, 6/7-14/93 Joe Lis, 8/28-31/94 Felix Jose, 7/1-4/96 Patrick Lennon, 8/4-7/98 John-Ford Griffin, 8/29-9/1/05 Dennis Irwin, 5/2-17/77 15 Times - Last by G. Burnham, 7/22-29/02 Mack Jones, 7/14-23/64 Dave Moates, 7/26-8/5/77 Derek Bell, 6/6-19/91 Felipe Lopez, 7/25-8/7/02 Jim Northrup, 7/4-9/64 Mike Sharperson, 6/11-17/87 Scott Pose, 7/12-15/96 Pete Orr, 7/23-27/09 7 Times - Last by S. Stewart, 6/21-24/96

Triple Home Run

RBI Run Scored

Multiple Hits Stolen Base

PITCHING Consecutive Games with… Win 10 10 Loss 12 11 11 10 6 6 3 2 12 10

Willie Smith, 5/26-8/31/63 Stan Clarke, 6/24-8/23/85 Tom Belcher, 6/25-8/26/62 Larry Bearnarth, 7/8-9/7/62 Chris Baker, 4/11-7/2/04 Ron Klimkowski, 7/11-8/25/69 Julio Navarro, 6/8-7/4/65 Larry McCall, 6/28-7/23/77 Alan Closter, 8/24-9/2/73 7 Times - Last by Scott McGregor, 6/12-17/75 Jackson Todd, 5/25-7/19/82 Travis Baptist, 6/11-8/14/94

Complete Game

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SYRACUSE ALL-TIME SINGLE SEASON RECORDS (1961-present)
BATTING Batting Average Games At Bats Runs Hits Total Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs Runs Batted In Game Winning RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases PITCHING Earned Run Average Games Games Started Complete Games Shutouts Wins Losses Saves Innings Pitched Hits Allowed Home Runs Allowed Walks Strikeouts *last player to accomplish record Derek Bell Jim Northrup George Smith Mack Jones Jim Northrup Robert Perez Mack Jones Kevin Barker Mack Jones Mack Jones John-Ford Griffin Cecil Fielder Rusty Torres Tom Quinlan Eric Yelding Tippy Martinez Brian Bowles Todd Stottlemyre Mark Wiley Mike Morgan Shannon Withem Bill Graham Mike Darr Randy St. Claire Bill Graham Scott McGregor Josh Banks Mike Darr Bill Graham 1991 1964 1964 1964 1964 1995 1964 2006 1964 1964 2005 1986 1971 1991 1988 1976 2001 1987 1979 1984 1998 1965 1978 1994 1964 1974 2006 1978 1964 .346 155 596 109 172 172 336 39 18 39 103 15 99 163 59 2.05 66 34 15 4* 17 16 16 33 213 204 35 141 167

SYRACUSE ALL-TIME SINGLE SEASON RECORDS (1934-55)
BATTING Batting Average Games At Bats Runs Hits Total Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs Runs Batted In Stolen Bases PITCHING Earned Run Average Games Games Started Complete Games Shutouts Wins Losses Innings Pitched Hits Allowed Walks Strikeouts Jimmy Outlaw Babe Dahlgren Walt Cazen Hank Sauer Walt Cazen Hank Sauer Tony Bongiovanni Babe Dahlgren Hank Sauer Hank Sauer Walt Cazen Tom DeLaCruz Duke Markell Bob Katz Bob Katz Bob Keegan Tom DeLaCruz Bob Katz John Bebber Bob Katz Bob Katz John Bebber Jack Meyer 1938 1936 1945 1947 1945 1947 1938 1936 1947 1947 1945 1943 1953 1945 1945 1952 1943 1945 1945 1945 1945 1945 1954 .339 155 620 130 204 362 46 21 50 141 74 1.99 52 43 28 7 21 20 20 278 303 137 173

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SYRACUSE TOP 10 ALL-TIME BATTING LEADERS
GAMES 1087 870 846 737 643 642 629 625 615 578 RUNS 572 471 447 352 348 340 340 337 320 292 DOUBLES 193 138 115 112 104 101 98 96 93 93 Dutch Mele Ed Shokes Rich Bladt Carden Gillenwater Walt Cazen Ben Zientara Frank Drews Al Rubeling Goody Rosen Claude Corbitt Dutch Mele Rick Bladt Ed Shokes Carden Gillenwater Chad Mottola Walt Cazen Goody Rosen Hank Sauer Frank Drews Al Rubeling Dutch Mele Chad Mottola Ed Shokes Rick Bladt Carden Gillenwater Walt Cazen Hank Sauer Goody Rosen Frank Drews Robert Perez AT BATS 3795 2861 2835 2419 2295 2265 2195 2152 2097 2013 HITS 1082 743 726 642 641 632 556 547 547 533 TRIPLES 39 36 35 29 26 26 25 23 21 Dutch Mele Ed Shokes Rich Bladt Carden Gillenwater Chad Mottola Goody Rosen Walt Cazen Al Rubeling Claude Corbitt Frank Drews Dutch Mele Rick Bladt Ed Shokes Carden Gillenwater Walt Cazen Goody Rosen Al Ruebling Hank Sauer Ed Longarce Claude Corbitt Rick Bladt Walt Cazen Dutch Mele Goody Rosen Tom Shopay Al Rubeling Rob Ducey Dom Dallesandro 5 tied

HOME RUNS 111 Dutch Mele 100 Chad Mottola 94 Hank Sauer 73 Kevin Witt 62 John-Ford Griffin 62 Domingo Martinez 61 Rick Bladt 59 Kevin Barker 58 Ed Stokes 56 Carden Gillenwater 56 Al Rubeling AVERAGE (750 + AB’s) .321 Luis Lopez .320 Dom Dallesandro .312 Robert Perez .308 Mickey Klutts .306 Derek Bell .303 Dave Bergman .302 John Kroner .300 Arnie Moser .296 Mike Sharperson .295 Tony Fernandez

RUNS BATTED IN 640 Dutch Mele 359 Chad Mottola 350 Hank Sauer 332 Al Rubeling 326 Ed Shokes 298 Carden Gillenwater 295 Rick Bladt 281 Goody Rosen 255 Jody Beeler 242 Frank Drews STOLEN BASES 140 Walt Cazen 95 Wayne Lydon 92 Alex Infante 70 Ryan Freel 70 Lou Thorton 67 Tony Fernandez 67 Rick Bladt 64 Tom Shopay 59 Eric Yelding 59 Mitch Webster

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SYRACUSE .300 HITTERS (350+ at bats)
YEAR 1934 1934 1935 1935 1936 1936 1936 1937 1937 1938 1938 1939 1939 1944 1945 1947 1947 1949 1952 1953 1954 1955 1963 1964 1964 1968 1969 1969 1970 1971 PLAYER Bill Sweeney John Watwood John Kroner Dom Dallesandro Dom Dallesandro Babe Dahlgren Walt Cazen Frank McCormick Dick Porter Jimmy Outlaw Tony Bongiovanni Baxter Jordan Don Taylor Tony Rodriguez Walt Cazen Hank Sauer Dutch Mele Carden Gillenwater Loren Babe Hector Rodriguez Marv Blaylock Ted Kazinski LeGrant Scott Jim Northrup Mack Jones Mike Hegan Ossie Bianco Frank Tepedino Tony Solita Len Boehmer AVG .335 .312 .323 .317 .321 .318 .306 .322 .304 .339 .321 .306 .306 .306 .329 .336 .315 .300 .305 .302 .303 .307 .300 .312 .317 .304 .340 .300 .308 .326 YEAR 1976 1976 1977 1977 1977 1981 1982 1981 1983 1984 1985 1988 1985 1989 1990 1991 1991 1994 1991 1994 1995 1994 1997 1998 1999 2000 2000 2002 2005 2011 PLAYER Juan Bernhardt Mickey Klutts Dave Moates Dave Bergman Darryl Jones Charlie Beamon Tony Fernandez Glenn Adams Tony Fernandez Mitch Webster Willie Aikens Kelly Heath Alex Infante Glenallen Hill Jim Eppard Derek Bell Domingo Martinez Shawn Green Robert Perez Carlos Delgado Robert Perez Carlos Delgado Rich Butler Tom Evans Luis Lopez Luis Lopez Chad Mottola Orlando Hudson Kevin Barker Chris Marrero AVG .303 .319 .301 .312 .330 .300 .302 .330 .300 .300 .311 .310 .300 .321 .310 .346 .313 .344 .304 .319 .343 .318 .300 .300 .322 .328 .309 .305 .305 .300

5+ HIT GAMES BY SYRACUSE PLAYERS (SINCE 1961)
April 30, 1962 May 13, 1963 July 20, 1964 July 20, 1964 June 29, 1965 May 15, 1967 May 15, 1968 Sept 5, 1968 July 16, 1969 May 20, 1970 June 11, 1972 May 26, 1972 April 22, 1974 June 22, 1975 June 9, 1976 June 29, 1976 May 9, 1978 July 17, 1978 May 21, 1979 May 5, 1980 June 28, 1980 July 28, 1986 July 30, 1986 June 16, 1988 April 26, 1989 April 8, 1990 June 30, 1990 Sept 3, 1991 May 21, 1992 June 19, 1993 June 1, 1994 Aug 11, 1994 July 17, 1996 May 2, 2000 May 9, 2000 Aug 23, 2000 May 19, 2002 Aug 19, 2002 June 25, 2003 May 17, 2006 June 22, 2011 Tony Asaro at Atlanta (5-6, 2-1B, 3-2B) Lou Johnson at Rochester (5-5, 4-1B, 1-2B) Willie Horton at Columbus (5-7, 4-1B, 1-HR) Mack Jones at Columbus (5-5, 4-1B, 1-2B) Don Dillard at Rochester (5-1B) Dave McDonald at Toledo (5-5, 5-1B) Mike Ferraro vs. Richmond (5-6, 3-1B, 2-HR) John Ellis vs. Buffalo (5-5, 4-1B, 1-2B) Bob Mitchell at Louisville (5-6, 3-1B, 1-3B, 1-HR) Rick Bladt vs. Toledo (5-5, 2-1B, 1-2B, 1-3B, 1-HR) Rich McKinney vs. Charleston (5-5, 5-1B) Frank Baker at Rochester (5-6, 4-1B, 1-2B) Jim Deidel at Tidewater (5-6, 4-1B, 1-2B) Rick Bladt vs. Toledo (5-6, 2-1B, 1-3B) George Zeber vs. Richmond (5-6, 2-1B, 3-2B) Juan Bernhardt at Pawtucket (5-5, 2-1B, 3-2B) Al Woods at Toledo (5-6, 2-1B, 3-2B) Gary Woods vs. Rochester (5-6, 2-1B, 3-2B) Joe Cannon at Richmond (5-5, 4-1B, 1-2B) Doug Ault vs. Pawtucket (5-5, 4-1B, 1-HR) Greg Wells vs. Charleston (5-6, 2-1B, 2-2B, 1-HR) Kash Beauchamp vs. Pawtucket (5-7, 4-1B, 1-2B) Chris Johnston at Toledo (5-5, 2-1B, 3-2B) Eric Yelding at Omaha (5-5, 4-1B, 1-2B) Francisco Cabrera at Columbus (5-5, 5-1B) Luis Sojo at Pawtucket (5-9, 3-1B, 2-2B) Mark Whiten at Oklahoma City (5-6, 4-1B, 1-2B) Marty Pevey at Rochester (5-6, 5-1B) Ed Sprague at Pawtucket (5-5, 3-1B, 1-2B, 1-HR) Domingo Martinez vs. Norfolk (5-5, 2-1B, 3-2B) Shawn Green at Scranton (5-5, 4-1B, 1-HR) Robert Perez at Richmond (5-5, 3-1B, 2-2B) Scott Pose vs. Charlotte (5-7, 5-1B) Chad Mottola at Richmond (5-5, 2-1B, 2-2B, 1-3B) Brent Abernathy vs. Charlotte (5-6, 4-1B, 1-2B) Luis Lopez vs. Rochester (5-5, 3-1B, 2-2B) Josh Klimek at Indianapolis (5-5, 3-1B, 2-2B) Felipe Lopez at Buffalo (5-7, 4-1B, HR) Simon Pond vs. Charlotte (5-5, 3-HR, 1B, 2B) Kevin Barker at Ottawa (6-6, 2-2B, 2-HR) Jesus Valdez at Gwinnett (5-6, 3-1B, 2-HR)

MOST HOME RUNS IN ONE GAME – SYRACUSE PLAYERS
HR PLAYER
4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Gene Locklear Michael Aubrey Roy Johnson Hank Sauer Carden Gillenwater Ed Bouchee Fred Hopke Otto Velez Al Woods Rickey Cradle Patrick Lennon Kevin Witt Simon Pond

DATE

July 14, 1977 May 14, 2011 September 2, 1940 June 24, 1947 June 29, 1950 June 20, 1962 August 12, 1962 May 17, 1973 May 9, 1978 September 1, 1996 August 5, 1998 September 5, 1998 June 25, 2003

OPPONENT
Columbus Durham Baltimore Toronto Buffalo Atlanta Atlanta Rochester Toledo Pawtucket Columbus Ottawa Charlotte

STADIUM

Franklin Co. Alliance Bank Municipal Maple Leaf Offerman MacArthur Ponce Deleon Silver Lucas County MacArthur Cooper Stadium P&C Stadium P&C Stadium

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MOST HOME RUNS IN ONE GAME - OPPONENT
HR PLAYER
3 3 3 3 3 3 Anse Moore Vic Correll Jack Baker Reggie Whittemore Scott Wade Brent Clevlen

DATE

July 20, 1946 July 27, 1973 May 21, 1976 August 21, 1983 May 19, 1987 July 23, 2009

OPPONENT
Buffalo Pawtucket Pawtucket Pawtucket Pawtucket Toledo

STADIUM
Offerman MacArthur MacArthur McCoy McCoy Fifth Third

LONG HOME RUNS
CLEARED CENTER FIELD WALL at MacARTHUR STADIUM - 434'
DATE
June 1, 1971 July 7, 1971 June 30, 1973 May 21, 1976 August 4, 1982 June 16, 1985 June 27, 1992 August 29, 1994

PLAYER

Richie Zisk (R) Danny Walton (L) Jim Fuller (R) Jack Baker (R) Mike Young (L) Willie Aikens (L) Domingo Martinez (R) Carlos Delgado (L)

TEAM

Charleston Syracuse Rochester Pawtucket Rochester Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse

PITCHER

Tom Frondorf Mike Garmen Alan Closter Gene McElwain Mark Bomback Tom Rowe Eric Hillman Kevin McGehee

CLEARED CENTER FIELD BATTER’S EYE at ALLIANCE BANK STADIUM – Est. 450’
DATE
June 14, 1997 June 23, 1998 May 18, 1999 June 24, 2005 July 6, 2009 July 16, 2011

PLAYER

Ryan Thompson (R) Patrick Lennon (R) Patrick Lennon (R) Walter Young (L) Elijah Dukes (R) Eric Kratz (R)

TEAM

Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Ottawa Syracuse Lehigh Valley

PITCHER

Tom Thobe Matt Drews Terrell Wade Adrian Burnside Jake Woods Brad Peacock

SYRACUSE PLAYERS WITH 20+ HOME RUNS IN ONE SEASON
YEAR 1946 1947 1947 1948 1948 1949 1949 1952 1952 1954 1954 1954 1961 1964 1964 1969 1971 1972 1973 1976 1977 1981 1984 PLAYER Hank Sauer Hank Sauer Dutch Mele Clyde Vollmer Kermit Wohl Carden Gillenwater Sam Meeks Fenton Mole Henry Workman Marv Blaylock Bob Bowman Joe Lonnett Frank Lega Willie Horton Mack Jones Dave McDonald George Pena Danny Walton Otto Velez Mickey Klutts Gene Locklear Greg Wells Jerry Keller HR 21 50 20 32 20 23 20 22 21 22 20 21 29 28 39 24 22 23 29 24 20 20 28 YEAR 1984 1985 1989 1990 1992 1993 1995 1995 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2002 2004 2005 2005 2005 2007 PLAYER Kelly Gruber Kelly Gruber Glenallen Hill Ed Sprague Domingo Martinez Domingo Martinez Carlos Delgado John Ramos Rich Butler Patrick Lennon Kevin Witt Kevin Witt Casey Blake Chad Mottola Kevin Witt Andy Thompson Josh Phelps Glenn Williams John-Ford Griffin Kevin Barker Chad Mottola John-Ford Griffin HR 21 21 21 20 21 24 22 20 24 27 23 24 22 33 26 22 24 23 30 23 21 26

SYRACUSE PLAYERS WITH 80+ RBI IN ONE SEASON
YEAR 1934 1934 1935 1936 1936 1940 1944 1945 1946 1947 1947 1948 1948 1949 1949 1949 1949 1950 1954 1961 1964 PLAYER Bill Sweeney Max Rosenfield John Kroner Babe Dahlgren Walt Cazen Gene Hasson Dutch Mele Dutch Mele Hank Sauer Hank Sauer Dutch Mele Clyde Vollmer Kermit Wohl Dutch Mele Carden Gillenwater Sam Meeks Bob Usher Carden Gillenwater Bob Bowman Frank Leja Jim Northrup RBI 95 86 112 121 94 83 86 108 90 141 100 104 95 86 84 82 81 97 83 93 92 70 YEAR 1964 1964 1969 1970 1972 1973 1976 1976 1977 1981 1984 1991 1991 1997 1998 2000 2002 2002 2005 2005 2007 PLAYER Mack Jones Willie Horton Dave McDonald Tony Soliata Danny Walton Otto Velez Terry Whitfield Mickey Klutts Gene Locklear Charlie Beamon Jerry Keller Derek Bell Dom. Martinez Rich Butler Patrick Lennon Chad Mottola Gary Burnham Jayson Werth John-Ford Griffin Kevin Barker John-Ford Griffin RBI 102 99 82 87 89 98 89 80 84 95 82 93 83 87 95 102 88 82 103 87 83

SYRACUSE YEARLY STOLEN BASES DATA
YEAR 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 SB 63 87 94 60 55 51 62 43 60 143 71 157 79 63 42 7 36 36 44 54 42 68 36 60 43 47 39 28 87 75 84 69 44 49 87 63 43 CS 20 32 32 21 28 20 34 52 45 46 41 34 43 47 41 ATT PCT 56 64% 92 65% 75 57% 68 69% 67 58% 48 58% 121 72% 127 59% 129 65% 115 60% 85 52% 83 59% 130 67% 110 57% 84 51% YEAR 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 SB 43 71 165 51 43 104 141 83 107 63 102 80 184 178 151 103 102 63 67 108 76 167 81 111 102 136 148 77 75 52 58 66 60 97 144 161 90 CS 41 49 69 33 30 52 52 47 61 32 76 69 88 75 71 60 68 31 66 45 58 74 58 59 37 63 83 36 35 40 25 37 24 32 66 64 51 ATT PCT 84 51% 120 59% 234 71% 84 61% 73 59% 156 67% 193 73% 130 64% 168 65% 95 66% 178 57% 149 54% 272 68% 253 70% 222 68% 163 63% 170 60% 94 67% 133 50% 153 71% 134 57% 241 69% 139 58% 170 65% 139 73% 199 68% 231 64% 113 68% 105 71% 92 57% 83 70% 103 64% 84 71% 129 75% 210 69% 225 72% 141 64%

SYRACUSE PLAYERS - ONE SEASON 20+ STOLEN BASES
YEAR
1936 1943 1945 1946 1954 1967 1967 1969 1977 1977 1978 1980 1981 1981 1981 1982 1983 1982 1985 1985 1985 1986 1987 1987 1987 1987

PLAYER

Walt Cazen Rol. Harrington Walt Cazen Tony Rodriguez Joe Caffie Tom Shopay Jerry Kenney Tom Shopay Dave Bergman Dell Alston Gary Woods Steve Davis Kelvin Chapman Joe Cannon Charlie Beamon Tony Fernandez Mitch Webster Tony Fernandez Alex Infante Derwin McNealy Kelly Gruber Lou Thornton Lou Thornton Nelson Liriano Sil Campusano Glenallen Hill

SB
26 52 74 32 24 25 27 25 29 24 20 24 30 23 22 22 21 35 29 22 20 20 39 36 27 22

YEAR
1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1991 1994 1994 1996 1996 1996 1997 1998 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2006 2008 2009 2010 2010

PLAYER

Alex Infante Eric Yelding Chico Walker Glenallen Hill Derek Bell Derek Bell Howard Battle Alex Gonzalez Shannon Stewart Scott Pose Miguel Cairo Rich Butler Jose Herrera Ryan Freel Chad Mottola Vernon Wells Cesar Izturis Cesar Izturis Ryan Freel Jayson Werth Wayne Lydon Wayne Lydon Justin Maxwell Boomer Whiting Pete Orr

SB
21 59 37 21 20 27 26 23 35 30 27 20 27 30 30 23 21 24 22 24 26 43 35 36 25

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SYRACUSE TOP 10 ALL-TIME PITCHING LEADERS
GAMES 247 189 177 171 167 163 163 162 162 153 LOSSES 61 55 51 48 48 48 48 41 39 37 WALKS 464 365 331 323 316 309 308 294 274 256 Hal Reniff Art Hartley Colin McLaughlin Ken Robinson Gerry Pirtle Brian Bowles Mark Lukasiewicz Alan Closter Lynn Lovenguth Bob Dustal WINS 55 54 50 48 47 46 41 39 37 37 37 INNINGS 929 913 765 765 725 717 709 666 643 635 Dixie Howell Art Hartley Jim Prendergrast Ted Kleinhans Alan Closter Lynn Lovenguth Johnny Gee Fred Fussell Bob Katz Rob Gardner John Beeber Art Hartley Dixie Howell Ted Kleinhans Al Closter Jim Prendergast John Beeber Mike Schultz Doug Linton Lynn Lovenguth Bob Katz

Art Hartley Dixie Howell John Bebber Ted Kleinhans Doug Linton Jim Prendergast Mike Schultz Bob Katz Alan Closter Lynn Lwenguth Dixie Howell John Bebber Ted Kleinhans Art Hartley Lynn Lowenguth Al Closter Colin McLaughlin Mike Schultz Bob Katz Hal Reniff

STRIKEOUTS 583 Alan Closter 453 Doug LInton 403 Dixie Howell 398 Ted Kleinhans 373 Colin McLaughlin 347 Art Hartley 334 Lynn Lovenguth 328 Matt Williams 324 Rob Gardner 313 Hal Reniff SAVES 42 36 34 33 30 29 27 26 26 23 23 Matt DeWitt Hal Reniff Brian Bowles Randy St. Claire Bob Dustal Thad Tillotson Matt Whiteside Don Cooper Josh Wilkie Lee Gronkiewicz Ron Guidry

ERA (250+ IP) 2.15 Red Barrett 2.22 Don Gordon 2.39 Jack Hamilton 2.66 Rick Sawyer 2.69 Arnold Carter 2.75 Tom De La Cruz 2.91 Johnny Gee 2.98 Bob Keegan 2.99 Jim Owens 3.02 Bob Lasko

CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS by Syracuse Pitchers
3 – April 28-30, 1989 vs. Toledo - 11-0 (WP-Sanchez), 2-0 (WP-Hernandez), 1-0 (WP-Cummings) 2 – 30 times since 1961; Last on May 18, 2002 at Indianapolis - 8-0 (WP-Smith), 6-0 (WP-Hendrickson)

DOUBLEHEADER SHUTOUTS by Syracuse Pitchers
July 31, 1964 vs. Jacksonville; 3-0 (WP-Seale), 2-0 (WP-Brubaker) May 23, 1965 vs. Rochester; 1-0 (WP-Brubaker), 2-0 (WP-Navarro) July 3, 1967 at Buffalo; 3-0 (WP-Lasko), 2-0 (WP-Bechtold) June 16, 1970 vs. Toledo; 3-0 (WP-Kline), 2-0 (WP-Spier) August 16, 1986 at Richmond; 9-0 (WP-Hudson), 4-0 (WP-Cooper) May 18, 2002 at Indianapolis; 8-0 (WP-Smith), 6-0 (WP-Hendrickson)

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SYRACUSE PITCHING - WINS/SAVES LEADERS
YEAR 1943 1939 1942 1945 1947 1952 1939 1939 1947 1938 1946 1948 1950 1954 1998 1935 1938 1938 1942 1949 1951 1952 1970 1977 1935 1941 1942 1944 1946 1947 1948 1954 1964 1969 1943 1949 1951 1963 1985 1994 1994 1935 1935 1936 1936 1940 1942 1943 1947 1951 1951 1954 1966 1973 1974 1975 1983 1984 1989 20+ GAME WINNERS PITCHER Tom DeLaCruz Johnny Gee Red Barrett Bob Katz Jim Prendergast Bob Keegan 19 GAME WINNERS Ted Kleinhans Jack Tising Howard Fox 17 GAME WINNERS Johnny Gee Jim Prendergast Millard Howell Bud Byerly Jim Owens Shannon Withem 16 GAME WINNERS Reg Grabowski Red Barrett Ted Kleinhans Nat Andrews John Hetki Bill Miller Bobo Holloman Rob Gardner Larry McCall 15 GAME WINNERS Harry Vandenburg Tom Sunkel Ewell Blackwell Bob Malloy Earl Harrist Herm Wehmeier Ed Erautt Jack Meyer Bruce Brubaker Ron Klimkowski 14 GAME WINNERS Arnold Carter Harry Perkowski John Griffore Willie Smith Stan Clarke Jesse Cross Les Lancaster 13 GAME WINNERS Ray Coombs Harry Vandenburg Fred Fussell Frank Pearce Jack Tising Tom DeLaCruz Millard Howell Millard Howell Art Hartley Bob Keegan Kent Peterson Bill Graham Mike Pazik Scott McGregor Rick Sawyer Mark Bomback Mike Morgan Alex Sanchez W-L 21-11 20-10 20-12 20-20 20-15 20-11 19-12 19-15 19-9 17-11 17-10 17-12 17-12 17-9 17-5 16-11 16-3 16-12 16-12 16-14 16-10 16-7 16-5 16-7 15-7 15-11 15-10 15-7 15-10 15-8 15-7 15-11 15-9 15-7 14-12 14-12 14-10 14-2 14-4 14-11 14-3 13-11 13-7 13-11 13-11 13-16 13-14 13-19 13-15 13-11 13-9 13-8 13-16 13-9 13-10 13-9 13-11 13-11 13-7

YEARLY SAVES LEADERS (1961-present)
YEAR 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1971 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 PITCHER Lee Stange Bob Miller Bob Dustal Julio Navarro Bob Dustal/Johnny Seale John Hiller Ted Dillard Hal Reniff Thad Tillotson Hal Reniff Tom Frondorf Tom Frondorf Joe Grzenda Tippy Martinez Ron Guidry Bob Polinsky Randy Stein Tom Buskey Steve Grilli Ken Schrom Dale Murray Steve Senteney Don Cooper Stan Clarke Tom Henke Luis Aquino Duane Ward Doug Bair Doug Bair/Jorge Nunez Mauro Guzzo Steve Wapnick Rick Trlicek Darren Hall Randy St. Claire Paul Spoljaric Dane Johnson Ken Robinson Carlos Almanzar Steve Sinclair Matt DeWitt Matt DeWitt Brian Bowles Brian Bowles Bob File Matt Whiteside Lee Gronkiewicz Blaine Neal Mike Gosling Logan Kensing Joel Peralta Josh Wilkie League Leaders in Bold SV 8 4 17 11 5 8 5 8 14 13 9 5 18 8 15 13 11 6 12 7 16 13 22 8 18 10 14 14 7 7 20 10 13 33 10 22 17 10 18 15 27 14 14 7 27 17 11 7 17 20 16

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LOW HIT GAMES BY SYRACUSE PITCHERS
NO HIT GAMES DATE July 25, 1937 April 19, 1943 August 8, 1944 April 30, 1946 July 29, 1946 August 6, 1953 August 11, 1953 July 9, 1967 August 31, 1971 June 30, 1972 August 16, 1986 June 1, 1993 June 17, 2000 ONE HIT GAMES DATE July 6, 1961 June 21, 1963 August 18, 1963 August 9, 1964 May 10, 1965 August 6, 1967 August 5, 1969 September 15, 1970 June 20, 1972 June 15, 1973 August 20, 1973 May 29, 1974 June 24, 1974 July 10, 1974 June 16, 1975 June 24, 1975 June 30, 1975 July 27, 1976 April 23, 1981 August 17, 1981 June 29, 1983 June 10, 1984 August 9, 1985 June 6, 1986 August 31, 1988 April 28, 1989 June 2, 1994 July 25, 1994 April 18, 1995 June 6, 1995 June 21, 1995 September 2, 1995 July 20, 1998 April 16, 2002 May 18, 2002 May 19, 2005 July 27, 2011 PITCHER Lloyd Moore T. DeLaCruz/R. Bartleson Horace Lisenbee* Earl Harrist Earl Harrist Duke Markell Art Hartley Stan Bahnsen* Mike Pazik Rich Hinton* D. Cooper/C. McLaughlin* Tim Brown* Leo Estrella (AAA debut)* PITCHER Ted Sadowski Howie Koplitz* Dale Willis* Bruce Brubaker Ray Nischwitz John Cumberland Ron Klimkowski* Rob Gardner Mike Pazik* Alan Closter Dave Pagan* Rick Sawyer Ed Ricks Larry Gura Rick Sawyer Ed Ricks Tippy Martinez Ken Clay* Chuck Fore^ Steve Baker* Matt Williams* John Cerutti Steve Davis/Carlucci/Clarke Stan Clarke/Aquino Colin McLaughlin Alex Sanchez/Buice Jesse Cross Scott Brow Tim Brown/Montoya/Wain Jeff Ware/Gibson/Crabtree Jeff Ware/Crabtree Wally Whitehurst/Steed Roy Halladay* Mike Smith/Kingrey/Ricketts Mark Hendrickson/Bowles* Chad Gaudin Brad Peacock/Balester/Wilkie TEAM Jersey City Baltimore Montreal Buffalo Toronto Toronto Montreal Buffalo (perfect game) Rochester Toledo Richmond Toledo (perfect game) Indianapolis (perfect game) TEAM/PLAYER Rochester/Johnson Toronto/Morton Columbus/Burda Jacksonville/Hughes Jacksonville/Napier Toledo/Redmond Toledo/Torchia Omaha/Alcaraz Richmond/Thornton Tidewater/FritzSYRACUSE Toledo/Vasquez Pawtucket/Rice Pawtucket/Merchant Pawtucket/Torchia Pawtucket/Baker Pawtucket/Merchant Toledo/Naharodney Tidewater/Trapp Richmond/Butler Toledo/Washington Toledo/Wilson Toledo/Mitchell Rochester/Biorkman Toledo/Sanchez Pawtucket/Tremblay Toledo/Carrasco Scranton/Kimberlin Scranton/Jordan Richmond/Olmeda Toledo/Hall Pawtucket/Chamberlain Rochester/Obando Charlotte/Clapinski Pawtucket/Nelson Indianapolis/Christenson Columbus/Hankins Columbus/Gomez

RECENT NO-HIT GAMES IN THE IL
DATE
July 26, 2011 July 6, 2011 May 28, 2010 April 28, 2010 June 18, 2009 September 3, 2006 July 16, 2006 May 15, 2005 August 1, 2004 June 6, 2004 August 10, 2003 May 29, 2002 July 18, 2000 June 17, 2000 June 1, 2000 May 14, 2000 *7 Innings

PITCHER

Justin Germano, Columbus Jeff Manship/Stevens/Waldrop/Hoey, Rochester Todd Redmond, Gwinnett Chris Tillman, Norfolk Carlos Torres, Charlotte Jeremy Cummings, Scranton/WB Jason Hammel, Durham Ian Snell, Indianapolis Tetsu Yofu, Charlotte Robert Ellis, Scranton/WB* Bronson Arroyo, Pawtucket Steve Trachsel, Norfolk* Paxton Crawford, Pawtucket* Leo Estrella, Syracuse* Tomo Ohka, Pawtucket Larry Luebbers, Louisville*

TEAM

Syracuse (perfect game)

Lehigh Valley Louisville Gwinnett Pawtucket Rochester Columbus Norfolk Durham Louisville Buffalo (perfect game) Ottawa Ottawa Indianapolis (perfect gm) Charlotte (perfect game) Charlotte

^6 Innings (Rain)

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SYRACUSE CHIEFS LONGEST GAME

June 19-21, 1985 vs. Pawtucket MacArthur Stadium Pawtucket 3, Syracuse 1 (27 Innings)
PAWTUCKET
Mesh SS Bustabad DH Scheaffer PH Hundhammer 3B Dodson 1B Jurak CF Greenwell LF Miller-Jones 2B Romine RF Malpeso C Total Pawtucket Syracuse

AB 8 9 0 11 10 9 12 11 11 9

R 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

H 2 1 0 3 2 2 1 3 1 3

RBI 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0

SYRACUSE

90 3

18 3

Sharperson 2B Webster RF Leach 1B Aikens DH Poole PR-DH Gruber 3B McHenry 3B Holman LF Stegman PH-LH Allenson C McNealy CF Infante SS Total

AB 9 12 10 4 7 1 10 4 6 12 12 11 98

R 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

H 2 3 1 2 4 0 2 1 2 2 1 2 22

RBI 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

R H E 000 000 100 000 000 000 000 000 002 – 3 18 2 001 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 – 1 22 2

E - Filer, Jurak (2), Sharperson. DP- Pawtucket 1, Syracuse 4, LOB- Pawtucket 21, Syracuse 28. 2B- Aikens, Dodson (2), Allenson, Poole. SB- McNealy (11), Infante (13), Leach (3), Hundhammer (5). S- Mesh (2), Dodson, Malpeso, Scheaffer. GWRBI- Jurak (3). PAWTUCKET Mecerod Herron Mitchell Gncincki Kane Dorsey (W,4-5) SYRACUSE Filer Gordon McLaughlin Carlucci Henke Clarke (L,4-2) IP 7 3.1 2.2 9 1 4 9 4 4 5 2 3 H 6 2 3 6 0 5 5 2 2 3 1 5 R 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 ER 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 BB 2 2 0 5 1 1 2 0 1 1 2 4 SO 3 3 2 8 1 2 3 3 5 3 4 3

HBP- By Mecerod (Leach). WP- Herron, Gncinski. Balk- Dorsey. Time- 7:07. Attendance- 1,233.

MARATHONS IN SYRACUSE BASEBALL HISTORY
Date 6/19-21/85 7/30/80 8/24/66 7/10,12/85 8/26/81 7/24/63 9/1/02 8/28/01 7/9/03 4/10/97 4/12/01 4/10/03 Opponent vs. Pawtucket vs. Richmond vs. Richmond at Columbus at Rochester at Richmond vs. Buffalo vs. Scranton/WB at Columbus vs. Charlotte vs. Scranton/WB vs. Durham Score (Inn) 1-3 (27) 6-12 (22) 5-4 (22) 7-8 (21) 6-4 (17) 7-5 (16) 5-6 (16) 2-3 (16) 3-4 (16) 8-11 (15) 6-8 (15) 1-0 (15) Winner Dorsey Melson CHANDLER Pulido MURRAY CAREY Coste Vosberg Hernandez Darrensbourg Nickle WIGGINS Loser CLARKE GRILLI Britton CERUTTI Torrez Stowe RATLIFF MCCLELLAN LINTON BOGOTT BELL Perisho

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WASHINGTON NATIONALS CLUB DIRECTORY
1500 South Capitol Street, SE Washington, DC 20003 (202) 675-6287 Media Relations: (202) 640-7437 Tickets: 1-888-632-NATS www.nationals.com EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT
COO Lerner Sports Chief Operating Officer Executive Vice President Vice President, Administration Vice President, Government and Municipal Affairs Executive Assistant to Executive Vice President Marketing Project Manager & Executive Assistant to the COO Alan Gottlieb Andrew Feffer Bob Wolfe Elise Holman Gregory McCarthy Cheryl Rampy Britton Stackhouse Miller Mike Rizzo Bob Boone Roy Clark Bryan Minniti Phillip Rizzo Rob McDonald Adam Cromie Aron Weston Samuel Mondry-Cohen Mike Wallace Matt Rosenthal Dan Wallin Andrew Melnick Teddy Jewel Jacob Campbell Dr. Wiemi Douoguih Lee Kuntz Mike McGowan John Hsu Dr. Dennis Cullen John Philbin Tatiana Tchamouroff Kris Kline Bill Singer Johnny DiPuglia Kasey McKeon Deric Ladnier Ron Rizzi Jay Robertson Bob Schaefer Erick Dalton Christopher Rosenbaum Eddie Longosz Doug Harris Mark Scialabba Ryan Thomas John Dever Mike Gazda

BASEBALL OPERATIONS
Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations and GM Assistant GM & VP, Player Development Assistant GM & VP, Player Personnel Assistant GM Senior Advisor to the General Manager Director, Team Travel Director, Baseball Operations Assistant Director, Baseball Operations Baseball Operations Analyst Clubhouse Manager Clubhouse Manager – Visiting Clubhouse Assistant Clubhouse Manager Clubhouse Attendant Assistant, Clubhouse Assistant, Clubhouse Medical Director and Head Team Physician Head Athletic Trainer Assistant Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Team Physician & Internist Strength & Conditioning Coach Massage Therapist Director, Scouting Director, Pro-Scouting Director, International Scouting Director, Player Procurement Special Assistant to the General Manager Special Assistant to the General Manager Special Assistant to the General Manager Special Assistant to the General Manager Coordinator, Advance Scouting & Video Assistant, Advance Scouting Assistant, Scouting Director, Player Development Director, Minor League Operations Asistt. Director , Minor League Operations Sr. Director, Baseball Media Relations Director, Baseball Media Relations

NATIONALS PARK
Nationals Park is located in Southeast Washington, south of the Capitol, along the Capitol Riverfront adjacent to the Navy Yard. The new Nationals Park achieved its goal to become the first major stadium in the United States accredited as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Structure. The park will be equipped with state-of-the-art video and audio technology, including a 4,500 square foot high-definition scoreboard, as well as over 600 linear feet of LED ribbon board along the inner bowl fascia. As fans traverse the Ballpark’s vertical circulation ramps throughout the various levels of the facility, they will witness panoramic views of the riverfront, Navy Yard, the surrounding city landmarks such as the Capitol and the Washington Monument.

First Game Seating Capacity Cost Dimensions

March 30, 2008 vs. Atlanta (W, 3-2) 41,888 More than $611 million LF – 336’ LCF – 377’ CF – 402’ RCF – 370’ RF – 335’

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WASHINGTON NATIONALS FINAL 2011 STATISTICS
PLAYER
R. Ankiel R. Bernadina B. Bixler C. Brown A. Cora I. Desmond D. Espinosa J. Flores J. Gomes J. Hairston A. LaRoche S. Lombardozzi C. Marrero M. Morse L. Nix W. Ramos I. Rodriguez M. Stairs J. Werth R. Zimmerman Team Totals .239 .243 .205 .000 .224 .253 .236 .209 .204 .268 .172 .194 .248 .303 .250 .267 .218 .154 .232 .289 .242

BA

122 91 79 3 91 154 158 30 43 75 43 13 31 146 124 113 44 56 150 101 161

G

380 309 83 3 156 584 573 86 93 213 151 31 109 522 324 389 124 65 561 395 5441

AB

46 91 40 75 9 17 0 0 12 35 65 148 72 135 5 18 11 19 25 57 15 26 3 6 6 27 73 158 38 81 48 104 14 27 4 10 69 130 52 114 624 1319

R

H

20 12 1 0 6 27 29 6 4 11 4 1 5 36 15 22 7 1 26 21 257

2B 3B

0 2 2 0 1 5 5 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 22

9 7 0 0 0 8 21 1 3 4 3 0 0 31 16 15 2 0 20 12 154

HR

RBI BB

37 29 27 22 2 7 0 0 6 12 49 35 66 57 2 5 12 10 24 22 15 25 1 1 10 4 95 36 44 23 52 38 19 10 2 9 58 74 49 41 594 470

96 63 19 2 23 139 166 27 31 30 37 4 27 126 82 76 28 23 160 73 1323

SO

10 17 4 0 2 25 17 0 2 2 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 19 3 106

SB

PITCHER

C. Balester B. Broderick S. Burnett T. Clippard T. Coffey R. Detwiler C. Gaudin T. Gorzelanny L. Hernandez C. Kimball J. Lannan J. Marquis R. Mattheus Y. Maya T. Milone B. Peacock H. Rodriguez A. Severino D. Slaten C. Stammen D. Storen S. Strasburg C. Wang J. Zimmermann Team Totals

1-4 0-1 5-5 3-0 5-1 4-5 1-1 4-6 8-13 1-0 10-13 8-5 2-2 1-1 1-0 2-0 3-3 1-0 0-2 1-1 6-3 1-1 4-3 8-11 80-81

W-L

ERA

4.54 6.57 3.81 1.83 3.62 3.00 6.48 4.03 4.47 1.93 3.70 3.95 2.81 5.23 3.81 0.75 3.56 3.86 4.41 0.87 2.75 1.50 4.04 3.18 3.58

23 11 69 72 69 15 10 30 29 12 33 20 35 10 5 3 59 6 31 7 73 5 11 26 161

G

0 0 0 0 0 10 0 15 29 0 33 20 0 5 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 11 26 161

GS

SV

0 35.2 0 12.1 4 56.2 0 88.1 0 59.2 0 66.0 0 8.1 0 105.0 0 175.1 0 14.0 0 184.2 0 120.2 0 32.0 0 32.2 0 26.0 0 12.0 2 65.2 0 4.2 0 16.1 0 10.1 43 75.1 0 24.0 0 62.1 0 161.1 49 1449.1

IP

38 16 54 48 55 63 12 102 199 8 194 132 26 40 28 7 54 5 26 3 57 15 67 154 1403

H

21 9 24 18 25 26 10 50 98 3 90 58 11 19 11 1 30 2 10 1 24 5 35 62 643

R

18 9 24 18 24 22 6 47 87 3 76 53 10 19 11 1 26 2 8 1 23 4 28 57 577

ER

7 0 6 11 4 7 1 15 16 0 15 8 1 3 2 0 1 1 3 0 8 0 8 12 129

HR BB SO
14 3 21 26 20 20 8 33 46 11 76 39 10 10 4 6 1 5 9 4 20 2 13 31 477

34 4 33 104 46 41 10 95 99 11 106 71 12 15 15 4 7 3 13 12 74 24 25 124 1049

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2011 NATIONALS ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERS
BATTING AVG (min. 2.7 PA/game) Ortega, AUB .314 Gilbert, POT/HAR .313 Ramos, NAT .313 Lombardozzi, HAG .309 RUNS******* Lombardozzi, POT/HAR Perez, HAG Espinosa, HAR/SYR Moore, POT WINS******* Milone, HAR James, HAR/SYR Alaniz, POT/HAR Clegg, HAG/NAT STRIKEOUTS Peacock, HAR/SYR Milone, SYR Martis, HAR Arnesen, HAR/SYR 90 88 80 78 ERA (min. 0.8 IP/team game) Peacock, HAR/SYR 2.39 Rosenbaum, POT/HAR 2.52 Arnesen, HAR/SYR 2.57 Martis, HAR 3.05 HOME RUNS Moore, HAR Rhinehart, HAR Norris, HAR Martinson, HAG

BATTING LEADERS
31 21 20 19

RUNS BATTED IN Moore, HAR Hood, POT Valdez, HAR/SYR Freitas, HAG STOLEN BASES Kobernus, POT Perez, POT Gilbert, POT/HAR Lombardozzi, HAR/SYR

90 83 76 73 53 45 31 30

PITCHING LEADERS

12 10 9 9 177 155 146 137

SAVES Nelo, POT Wilkie, SYR Lehman, POT/HAR Martin, POT/HAR INNINGS PITCHED Milone, SYR Peacock, HAR/SYR Arnesen, HAR/SYR Demny, POT

18 16 13 13 148.1 146.2 143.2 143.2

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK WEEK
May 2 May 9 May 16 May 23 June 6 June 20 June 27 Aug 1 Aug 29

OFFENSIVE PLAYER
Archie Gilbert (HAR) Michael Aubrey (SYR) Destin Hood (POT) Tyler Moore (HAR) Steve Lombardozzi (HAR) Hendry Jimenez (AUB) Bill Rhinehart (HAR) Corey Brown (SYR) Justin Miller (AUB)

WEEK
April 18 May 9 June 27 July 25 Aug 8

PITCHER
Brad Peacock (HAR) Brad Peacock (HAR) Tom Milone (SYR) Tanner Roark ( HAR) Erik Arnesen (HAR)

Aug 22 Shairon Martis (HAR)

MLB.COM HITTER OF THE YEAR: Steve Lombardozzi, SYR/HAR

MLB.COM PITCHER OF THE YEAR: Brad Peacock, SYR/HAR

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NATIONALS DRAFT SELECTIONS - JUNE 2011
RD PLAYER
1 1 5 11 16 23 25 26 29 32 33 41 50 Anthony Rendon Brian Goodwin Matthew Skole Caleb Ramsey Deion Williams Khayyan Norfork Erick Fernandez Shawn Pleffner Sean Cotten Billy Burns Trey Karlen Bryce Ortega Anthony Nix

P
SS OF 3B OF SS 2B IF OF C OF 2B 3B OF

Team

AVG

AB R
272 239 102 40 102 43 38 6 5 12

H
79 67 16 10 25 28 12 61

HR RBI SB
5 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 48 26 7 5 11 18 9 21 2 15 3 5 1 13 5 23

Signed, but did not play Signed, but did not play Auburn .290 Auburn .280 GCL Nats .157 Auburn .250 GCL Nats .245 Signed, but did not play Signed, but did not play Auburn .262 GCL Nats .188 Auburn .314 Signed, but did not play

107 21 64 11 194 43

RD
1 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 12 18 21 22 27 28 30 36 45

PITCHER
Alex Meyer Matt Purke Kylin Turnbull Taylor Hill Brian Dupra Gregory Holt Dixon Anderson Manny Rodriguez Blake Monar Nicholas Lee Todd Simko Travis Henke Bobby Lucas Kenneth Ferrer Bryan Harper Ben Hawkins Richie Mirowski

P
RH LH LH RH RH RH RH RH LH LH LH RH LH RH LH LH LH

Team

W-L

ERA

IP

H

SO

Signed, but did not play Signed, but did not play Signed, but did not play Auburn 0-2 Auburn 4-4 Aub/Hag 1-2 Signed, but did not play Auburn 2-3 GCL/Aub 0-1 GCL Nats 1-0 GCL Nats 1-2 Auburn 4-2 GCL Nats 1-1 GCL Nats 0-1 GCL Nats 0-0 GCL/Aub 2-0 Auburn 1-2

3.16 3.46 3.86 4.65 2.70 4.05 6.75 5.40 1.69 13.50 0.00 2.22 2.59

31.1 32 54.2 52 35.0 31 50.1 10.0 13.1 5.1 28.1 21.1 7.1 2.0 24.1 24.1 55 5 16 9 34 14 16 1 15 24

27 38 25 39 11 15 4 21 29 5 2 26 20

Unsigned (Round, Position): Casey Kalenkosky (13, 1B), Roland Stubbs (14, 1B), Zachary Houchins (15, SS), Esteban Guzman (17, RHP), Hawtin Buchanan (19, RHP), Joshua Laxer (20, RHP, Kyle Ottoson (24, LHP), Joshua Tobias (31, OF), Calvin Drummond (34, LHP), Alex Kreis (35, LHP), Derrick Bleeker (37, LHP), Brett Mooneyham (38, LHP), Peter Verdin (39, OF), Stephen Collum (40, OF), David Kerian (42, SS), Mitchell Morales (43, SS), Matthew Snyder (44, 1B), Tyler Thompson (46, OF), Timothy Montgomery (47, LHP), Michael Bisenius (48, OF), Hunter Cole (49, OF)

BASEBALL AMERICA RANKS THE NATIONALS 1. Bryce Harper - OF 2. Anthony Rendon - 3B 3. Brad Peacock* - RHP 4. A.J. Cole* - RHP 5. Brian Goodwin - OF 6. Alex Meyer - RHP 7. Matt Purke - LHP 8. Sammy Solis - LHP 9. Derek Norris* - C 10. Steve Lombardozzi - 2B/SS
*traded since list was published TOP 10 NATIONALS PROPECTS NATIONALS “BEST TOOLS”
Best Hitter for Average Anthony Rendon Best Power Hitter Bryce Harper Best Strike-Zone Discipline Anthony Rendon Fastest Baserunner Eury Perez Best Athlete Michael Taylor Best Fastball A.J. Cole Best Curveball Brad Peacock Best Slider Alex Morris Best Changeup Tommy Milone Best Control Tommy Milone Best Defensive Catcher Sandy Leon Best Defensive Infielder Steve Lombardozzi Best Infield Arm Deion Williams Best Defensive Outfielder Michael Taylor Best Outfield Arm Bryce Harper

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HISTORY OF WASHINGTON/MONTREAL TRIPLE-A AFFILIATES
Years 2009-Present 2007-2008 2005-2006 2003-2004 1993-2002 1984-1992 1982-1983 1976-1981 1974-1975 1972-1973 1971 1970 1969 Minor League Affiliate Syracuse Chiefs 218-209 (.511) Columbus Clippers 133-153 (.465) New Orleans Zephyrs 136-147 (.481) Edmonton Trappers 142-143 (.498) Ottawa Lynx 658-763 (.463) Indianapolis Indians 701-596 (.540) Wichita Arrows 135-138 (.495) Denver Bears 451-363 (.554) Memphis Blues 152-130 (.539) Peninsula Whips 128-162 (.441) Winnipeg Whips 44-96 (.314) Buffalo Bisons/Winnipeg Whips 52-88 (.371) Vancouver Mounties 71-73 (.493)

HISTORY OF SYRACUSE BASEBALL WHILE WITH MAJOR LEAGUE AFFILIATES
Years 2009-Present 1978-2008 1967-77 1963-66 1962 1961 1956 1954-55 1951-53 1941-50 1940 1937-39 1934-36 1921-27 Major League Affiliate Washington Nationals Toronto Blue Jays New York Yankees Detroit Tigers New York Mets/Wash. Senators Minnesota Twins/Wash. Senators Detroit Tigers Philadelphia Phillies New York Yankees Cincinnati Reds Pittsburgh Pirates Cincinnati Reds Boston Red Sox St. Louis Cardinals Record (pct) 218-209 (.511) 2126-2409 (.469) 806-754 (.517) 296-304 (.493) 53-99 (.349) 56-98 (.364) 62-74 (.446) 153-155 (.497) 228-232 (.496) 756-759 (.499) 71-90 (.441) 244-216 (.530) 206-256 (.446) 533-617 (.463)

SYRACUSE TEAM – Best/Worst starts 6-0, 1970 Syracuse Chiefs 6-0, 1998 Syracuse SkyChiefs 0-6, 1962 Syracuse Chiefs

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HARRISBURG SENATORS (AA) Eastern League
P.O. BOX 15757 Harrisburg, PA 17105 Metro Bank Park (6,187) 717.231.4444 www.senatorsbaseball.com Email: information@senatorsbaseball.com
General Manager Media Relations Manager Pitching Coach Hitting Coach Trainer 2011 Record
BATTERS Ankiel, Rick Antonelli, Matt Coats, Buck Davis, Leonard Fox, Adam Gilbert, Archie Hairston, Jerry Harper, Bryce Ivany, Devin Johnson, Josh King, Stephen Komatsu, Erik Lombardozzi, Steve McConnell, Chris Moore, Tyler Nicol, Sean Norris, Derek Pahuta, Tim Peacock, Brian Perez, Miquel Rahl, Chris Rhinehart, Bill Rodriguez, Ivan Tucker, Jonathan Valdez, Alex Valdez, Jesus TEAM TOTAL PITCHERS Arnesen, Erik Atilano, Luis Barthmaier, Jimmy Bronson, Evan Chico, Matt Davis, Erik Lehman, Pat Mandel, Jeff Martin, Rafael Martinez, Carlos Martis, Shairon Mattheus, Ryan McCoy, Patrick Meyers, Brad Mock, Garrett Peacock, Brad Pena, Hassan Perez, Oliver Rhinehart, Bill Roark, Tanner Rodriguez, Henry Rosenbaum, Daniel Slaten, Doug Strasburg, Stephen Tatusko, Ryan VanAllen, Cory Wang, Chien-Ming Zinicola, Zech TEAM TOTAL AVG .000 .333 .261 .229 .192 .313 .167 .256 .231 .244 .191 .234 .309 .214 .270 .000 .210 .260 .286 .000 .280 .283 .222 .224 .225 .261 .249 W-L 8-4 0-1 5-3 0-0 1-1 5-7 1-2 0-0 4-1 3-4 8-6 2-1 1-2 3-2 0-1 10-2 2-2 3-5 0-0 9-9 0-0 3-1 0-0 1-0 2-4 5-4 2-0 2-0 80-62 G 1 4 9 36 50 98 2 37 51 128 95 31 65 64 137 4 104 87 3 3 117 89 3 75 29 31 142 ERA 2.43 13.50 5.05 2.25 10.93 4.79 3.71 2.25 1.77 5.34 3.05 2.45 4.78 2.48 13.50 2.01 2.73 3.09 0.00 4.69 0.00 2.29 0.00 0.00 5.94 2.50 0.00 2.08 3.61

Randy Whitaker Terry Byrom Matthew LeCroy Paul Menhart Eric Fox Jeff Allred 80-62 (1st, EAS Western)
AB R 4 0 15 3 23 0 144 13 146 13 326 51 6 1 129 14 156 18 447 70 257 18 128 12 262 40 187 19 519 70 3 0 334 75 246 29 7 1 9 0 429 52 276 55 9 2 223 29 89 13 111 7 4590 607 G GS 26 16 2 2 39 2 1 1 10 0 19 18 29 0 5 0 32 0 32 2 23 23 13 0 49 0 6 6 2 2 16 14 40 0 16 15 1 0 21 21 3 1 6 6 1 1 1 1 12 9 47 0 2 2 11 0 142 142 H 2B 0 0 5 1 6 0 33 7 28 8 102 22 1 0 33 7 36 8 109 24 49 11 30 5 81 12 40 9 140 35 0 0 70 17 64 11 2 1 0 0 120 24 78 17 2 1 50 8 20 6 29 8 1143 242 SV 1 0 1 0 1 0 6 0 13 2 0 4 4 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 46 IP 126.0 6.0 67.2 4.0 14.0 94.0 34.0 8.0 35.2 64.0 133.0 14.2 52.2 36.1 7.1 98.2 56.0 75.2 1.0 117.0 4.0 39.1 2.0 6.0 47.0 57.2 11.0 13.0 1225.0 3B HR RBI BB 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 2 2 2 15 4 1 4 21 11 0 12 40 27 0 0 0 2 1 3 12 15 0 3 22 12 3 8 36 67 1 5 23 28 0 1 8 11 7 4 23 18 1 2 15 15 4 31 90 30 0 0 0 1 1 20 46 77 1 15 43 20 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 5 53 23 2 21 59 39 0 0 0 1 3 2 23 19 2 3 14 39 0 2 14 4 39 143 564 436 H R ER 114 43 34 12 9 9 74 42 38 5 1 1 25 22 17 110 60 50 22 14 14 8 2 2 26 8 7 75 40 38 123 53 45 9 4 4 53 32 28 35 10 10 12 11 11 62 25 22 42 20 17 78 34 26 1 0 0 125 64 61 3 0 0 27 14 10 2 0 0 1 0 0 60 33 31 49 19 16 8 0 0 11 3 3 1172 563 492 SO SB 4 0 1 0 2 0 34 4 31 1 35 26 0 0 26 7 36 3 91 21 94 2 22 8 38 16 39 4 139 2 1 0 117 13 75 1 3 0 3 0 100 25 59 1 1 0 30 12 7 20 25 1 1073 150 HB BB 3 24 0 3 6 31 0 2 2 7 3 41 2 4 0 2 3 9 0 16 1 39 1 5 2 16 0 0 0 3 2 23 7 12 4 27 0 0 4 39 0 0 2 11 0 0 1 0 4 26 0 22 0 0 0 3 47 365 CS 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 2 4 12 0 3 3 2 0 0 4 1 0 0 6 1 0 2 1 0 47 SO 122 3 69 1 16 93 34 5 44 36 146 18 53 38 5 129 55 58 1 92 7 27 2 4 40 71 3 15 1187 E 0 0 0 2 2 7 1 3 3 11 15 0 2 12 8 0 8 14 0 0 5 7 0 3 4 0 120

HR 7 0 7 0 3 9 2 0 1 7 9 1 7 2 3 4 5 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 1 96

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POTOMAC NATIONALS (A) Carolina League
P.O. BOX 2148 Woodbridge, VA 22195 G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium (6,000) 703.590.2311 www.potomacnationals.com Email: info@potomacnationals.com
General Manager Media Relations Manager Pitching Coach Hitting Coach Trainer 2011 Record
BATTERS Bloxom, Justin Cuevas, Justino Curran, Chris Dykstra, Cutter Gilbert, Archie Hauge, Rick Higley, J.R. Hood, Destin King, Stephen Kobernus, Jeff Leon, Sandy Lozada, Jose Mayo, Jeremy Nicol, Sean Nieto, Adrian Peacock, Brian Perez, Eury Ramirez, J.P. Rodriguez, Ivan Soriano, Francisco Souza, Steven Walters, Zach Zimmerman, Ryan TEAM TOTAL PITCHERS Bronson, Evan Caldera, Alex Clegg, Mitchell Davis, Erik Demmin, Ryan Demny, Paul Frias, Marcos Gaudin, Chad Holder, Trevor Holland, Neil Lehman, Pat Lozada, Jose Martin, Rafael Martinez, Carlos Mock, Garrett Morrison, Kyle Nelo, Hector Olbrychowski, Adam Peacock, Brian Rosenbaum, Daniel Selik, Cameron Smoker, Josh Solis, Sammy Strasburg, Stephen Testa, Joe Wang, Chien-Ming Weaver, Dean Wort, Rob TEAM TOTAL AVG .259 .323 .149 .212 .316 .357 .234 .276 .250 .282 .251 .256 .167 .156 .200 .237 .283 .223 .333 .229 .228 .293 .400 .252 W-L 5-5 0-1 4-7 0-5 0-0 10-10 3-3 0-0 3-8 4-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-0 5-7 0-0 6-5 4-9 5-2 6-2 0-0 6-2 0-0 1-1 2-2 68-71 G 88 19 21 94 5 4 69 128 21 124 109 99 5 14 2 60 119 85 1 88 122 30 3 139 ERA 3.64 16.71 5.50 6.75 10.03 4.32 2.63 0.00 5.77 2.73 1.72 45.00 1.13 13.50 0.00 4.91 2.40 4.16 0.00 2.59 4.52 2.31 2.72 0.00 1.42 0.00 9.37 4.42 4.00

Josh Olerud Will Flemming Brian Rupp Chris Michalak Marlon Anderson Alan Wood 68-71 (2nd, CAR Northern)
AB 320 65 47 306 19 14 209 463 72 489 370 313 12 45 5 186 424 310 3 284 390 116 10 4472 G 23 3 29 6 8 26 43 1 19 20 13 1 6 4 1 5 36 31 1 20 22 46 10 1 39 1 13 34 139 R H 36 83 7 21 4 7 26 65 2 6 4 5 36 49 61 128 9 18 67 138 36 93 50 80 1 2 8 7 1 1 21 44 54 120 38 69 1 1 48 65 58 89 15 34 0 4 583 1129 GS 12 2 11 6 0 26 4 1 14 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 15 0 19 16 0 10 1 0 1 0 0 139 2B 20 4 1 11 1 2 13 29 6 22 21 22 1 1 0 9 9 14 0 15 17 7 2 227 3B 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 4 1 5 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 3 2 1 0 30 HR 9 2 0 1 0 1 6 13 2 7 6 6 0 0 0 2 1 7 1 6 11 0 0 81 R 43 13 74 26 13 79 23 0 60 9 4 5 2 5 0 5 17 53 0 52 57 16 20 0 13 0 17 21 627 RBI 45 12 1 27 2 4 23 83 6 52 43 34 0 3 0 20 41 29 1 37 56 11 1 531 ER 39 13 54 25 13 69 22 0 56 9 3 5 1 5 0 4 11 47 0 38 46 13 17 0 6 0 17 18 528 BB SO 36 75 2 18 4 13 21 82 2 3 2 1 23 61 58 96 5 1 21 87 33 69 33 69 2 7 6 11 1 2 18 59 22 63 21 57 0 0 55 51 75 131 8 33 1 1 449 1010 HR 9 5 6 2 6 18 6 0 7 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 4 6 4 5 0 1 0 4 3 96 HB 6 0 6 5 2 13 4 0 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 7 8 3 2 0 5 0 3 5 83 SB 2 1 2 12 5 1 5 21 1 53 1 8 0 0 0 7 45 3 0 16 25 7 0 215 BB 28 3 28 16 6 54 28 0 9 9 0 0 2 0 2 5 16 56 1 41 26 37 11 0 24 2 7 27 438 CS 3 0 2 4 0 0 2 6 0 8 3 4 1 0 0 3 15 1 0 4 9 1 0 66 SO 55 6 38 24 9 108 67 0 51 20 11 0 10 0 6 7 35 78 0 108 52 56 53 5 34 2 7 37 879 E 25 8 3 4 0 2 1 1 3 14 10 17 0 1 0 1 5 3 0 16 11 7 1 144

SV IP H 0 96.1 103 0 7.0 16 0 88.1 120 0 33.1 37 0 11.2 16 0 143.2 144 2 75.1 56 0 1.0 0 0 87.1 107 1 29.2 21 7 15.2 9 0 1.0 5 0 8.0 6 0 3.1 7 0 6.0 4 0 7.1 11 18 41.1 32 1 101.2 99 0 1.0 2 0 132.0 113 0 91.2 91 2 50.2 32 0 56.1 61 0 3.0 2 2 38.0 26 0 4.0 1 0 16.1 22 3 36.2 32 36 1187.2 1175

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HAGERSTOWN SUNS (A) South Atlantic League
P.O. Box 230 Hagerstown, Maryland 21740 Municipal Stadium (4,600) 301.791.6266 www.hagerstownsuns.com Email: info@hagerstownsuns.com
General Manager Media Relations Manager Pitching Coach Hitting Coach Trainer 2011 Record
BATTERS Cuevas, Justino Curran, Chris Freitas, David Harper, Bryce Kelso, Blake Keyes, Kevin Leonida, Cole Martinson, Jason Moldenhauer, Russell Moore, Wade Newsome, Brett Nicol, Sean Nieto, Adrian Oduber, Randolph Rogers, Mills Sanchez, Adrian Taylor, Michael Zimmerman, Ryan TEAM TOTAL AVG .243 .257 .288 .318 .293 .263 .240 .252 .174 .206 .273 .304 .255 .301 .215 .262 .253 1.000 .265 G 21 34 123 72 127 85 39 129 14 100 79 57 27 56 77 131 126 1 139 ERA 3.35 6.75 5.34 4.04 2.80 5.56 0.00 5.17 3.30 11.25 4.10 1.13 6.00 5.00 2.48 1.04 6.63 6.97 3.13 0.00 0.31 4.91 4.02 9.95 3.68 6.00 5.40 4.10

Bill Farley Matt Leite Brian Daubach Frank Bravo Mark Harris Jon Kotredes 75-64 (t-4th, SAL Northern)
AB R 74 10 101 15 427 67 258 49 512 81 304 49 129 21 433 64 46 3 315 43 267 34 181 31 98 17 216 31 237 27 538 75 442 64 2 2 4583 683 G GS 31 5 4 0 41 0 20 18 12 5 38 0 1 0 26 25 37 0 6 0 10 10 16 0 10 0 6 0 18 17 34 0 30 1 13 10 20 20 1 0 5 5 4 2 7 7 3 3 30 10 1 1 17 0 139 139 H 2B 18 5 26 4 123 30 82 17 150 17 80 22 31 7 109 22 8 4 65 17 73 13 55 12 25 8 65 6 51 12 141 30 112 26 2 1 1216 253 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 1 1 13 4 22 1 1 2 12 9 25 8 0 13 73 82 87 2 1 14 46 44 61 19 7 2 52 49 53 23 1 17 65 32 80 6 1 2 16 17 45 1 3 19 64 66 144 26 0 0 3 2 9 0 3 3 35 52 86 16 2 6 38 29 78 2 2 2 26 21 28 6 1 3 12 9 31 0 1 5 26 15 64 22 0 0 19 22 65 3 5 3 51 17 71 25 7 13 68 32 120 23 1 0 1 1 0 0 37 105 620 504 1072 183 HR 10 0 7 6 4 14 0 8 3 1 3 2 1 0 1 1 5 4 3 0 0 0 3 1 9 0 4 90 CS E 0 10 3 0 1 6 5 5 7 17 0 6 0 8 6 33 1 2 8 3 1 7 5 14 0 4 2 2 3 11 12 20 12 6 0 0 66 168

PITCHERS W-L Applebee, Paul 7-2 Bates, Colin 0-0 Brown, Sam 4-6 Cole, A.J. 4-7 Demmin, Ryan 5-2 Eusebio, Wilson 1-7 Gaudin, Chad 0-0 Grace, Matthew 12-7 Graham, Ben 4-4 Hanks, Tyler 0-1 Hansen, Bobby 5-1 Holland, Neil 1-0 Holt, Gregory 0-1 Jenkins, Chad 1-0 Jordan, Taylor 9-4 Manno, Christopher 1-3 McCatty, Shane 2-3 McKenzie, Christopher 4-7 Ray, Robbie 2-3 Rogers, Mills 0-0 Selik, Cameron 3-0 Slaten, Doug 0-0 Solis, Sammy 2-1 Strasburg, Stephen 0-1 Swynenberg, Matt 6-3 Wang, Chien-Ming 0-0 Weaver, Dean 2-1 TEAM TOTAL 75-64

SV IP H R ER 2 96.2 86 43 36 1 9.1 10 8 7 3 59.0 76 46 35 0 89.0 87 47 40 0 45.0 33 18 14 5 68.0 75 43 42 0 2.0 2 0 0 0 132.1 169 92 76 8 46.1 46 21 17 1 8.0 16 10 10 0 52.2 54 27 24 1 24.0 21 7 3 1 21.0 23 15 14 0 9.0 7 5 5 0 94.1 90 38 26 12 43.1 20 9 5 1 57.0 71 46 42 0 50.1 58 44 39 0 89.0 71 36 31 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 29.0 23 1 1 0 3.2 5 2 2 0 40.1 39 18 18 0 6.1 9 8 7 0 102.2 103 47 42 0 3.0 4 2 2 3 26.2 27 16 16 38 1208.1 1225 649 551

HB BB SO 2 12 78 0 3 4 5 17 48 2 24 108 2 17 43 5 24 61 0 0 0 6 38 85 5 14 32 0 4 3 3 14 49 5 1 22 4 9 18 1 6 7 6 23 63 6 15 69 6 22 39 3 29 31 12 38 95 0 0 1 1 3 30 0 0 3 2 12 40 1 3 13 3 22 74 1 0 3 3 8 28 84 358 1047

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AUBURN DOUBLEDAYS (A) NY-Penn League
130 N. Division St. Auburn, NY 13021 Leo Pinckney Field at Falcon Park 315.255.2489 www.auburndoubledays.com Email: ddays@auburndoubledays.com
General Manager Media Relations Manager Pitching Coach Hitting Coach 2011 Record
BATTERS Alvarez, Carlos Burns, Billy Bynum, Seth Hughes, Rick Jimenez, Hendry Mayo, Jeremy Miller, Justin Moldenhauer, Russell Montilla, Angelberth Nieto, Adrian Norfork, Khayyan Ortega, Bryce Pena, Wilfri Perez, Miguel Perez, Roberto Ramirez, Andruth Ramsey, Caleb Rogers, Mills Rowe, Connor Skole, Matthew TEAM TOTAL PITCHERS Barrett, Aaron Bates, Colin Demmin, Ryan Dupra, Brian Encarnacion, Pedro Estevez, Wirkin Garcia, Christian Grisz, Benjamin Hanks, Tyler Hawkins, Ben Henke, Travis Hill, Taylor Holt, Gregory Jenkins, Chad Karns, Nathan Kreis, Alex Lopez, Kelvin Medina, Silvio Meyers, Brad Meza, Christian Mirowski, Richie Monar, Blake Rivera, Manuel Rodriguez, Manny TEAM TOTAL AVG .306 .262 .273 .125 .290 .244 .299 .289 .249 .302 .250 .314 .222 .429 .270 .100 .280 .000 .192 .290 .269 W-L 1-2 4-2 3-0 4-4 0-2 6-3 3-1 1-0 0-0 2-0 4-2 0-2 1-1 3-0 3-2 1-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-2 0-0 3-0 2-3 45-30 G 32 32 6 22 54 27 63 51 67 30 15 56 29 2 30 3 64 3 44 72 75 ERA 4.05 2.25 4.15 3.46 9.00 4.01 2.95 1.35 0.00 2.35 5.40 3.16 0.64 3.48 3.44 5.97 3.65 3.38 2.70 5.68 2.59 0.00 2.81 4.65 3.71

Adam Winslow Paul Stanfield Gary Cathcart Sam Narron Luis Ordaz 45-30 (3rd, NYP Pinckney)
AB R H 2B 111 16 34 7 107 21 28 3 22 7 6 2 80 9 10 4 193 32 56 9 86 20 21 5 241 40 72 17 190 20 55 16 261 33 65 12 106 20 32 5 40 5 10 1 194 43 61 15 99 11 22 3 7 0 3 0 115 13 31 6 10 0 1 0 239 38 67 11 9 0 0 0 146 24 28 11 272 43 79 23 2528 395 681 150 G 19 13 5 13 3 14 10 11 4 8 16 9 7 16 8 18 10 1 2 11 14 2 20 14 75 GS 0 7 5 9 3 13 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 8 0 1 0 2 10 0 0 0 12 75 3B 0 2 0 0 6 0 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 18 HR RBI BB SO 1 15 15 24 1 18 12 22 1 4 2 7 0 3 8 36 5 40 23 50 4 13 13 32 7 47 14 67 5 30 21 31 4 29 11 36 4 22 17 34 0 5 3 17 0 21 29 34 1 10 7 20 0 1 0 1 1 15 3 24 0 0 0 7 1 26 28 51 0 1 0 6 2 11 20 59 5 48 42 52 42 359 268 610 HR 2 0 4 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 19 SB 2 13 2 3 5 1 4 1 11 2 5 23 1 0 0 0 15 0 5 2 95 CS 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 4 0 1 1 16 E 12 0 0 3 14 3 4 3 4 3 2 12 2 0 3 0 2 0 1 14 86

SV IP H R ER 9 26.2 16 12 12 2 48.0 44 14 12 0 26.0 21 12 12 0 54.2 52 24 21 0 11.0 14 11 11 0 67.1 72 36 30 1 18.1 17 6 6 4 20.0 11 3 3 0 7.0 5 0 0 0 15.1 11 4 4 1 28.1 34 20 17 0 31.1 32 12 11 1 14.0 8 3 1 1 33.2 21 14 13 0 36.2 27 14 14 2 28.2 35 19 19 0 24.2 22 15 10 0 2.2 4 2 1 0 6.2 5 2 2 0 44.1 46 34 28 0 24.1 24 12 7 0 4.0 0 0 0 2 25.2 20 8 8 0 50.1 55 31 26 23 649.2 596 308 268

HB BB SO 0 20 32 1 11 29 5 8 19 4 14 38 4 6 4 4 22 55 3 2 28 0 6 11 0 1 4 0 8 15 0 9 21 3 3 27 0 5 7 6 30 28 4 27 33 1 19 23 4 13 19 0 1 3 0 0 4 3 17 34 2 11 20 0 2 4 1 10 15 5 18 39 50 263 512

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GULF COAST NATIONALS (R) Gulf Coast League
5600 Stadium Parkway Melbourne, FL 32940 Washington Nationals Baseball Complex 321.633.8119
Manager Pitching Coach Hitting Coach 2011 Record
BATTERS Alvarez, Carlos Ankiel, Rick Cuevas, Justino Curran, Chris Difo, Wilmer Fernandez, Erick Hatcher, Rashad Hughes, Rick Karlen, Trey Martinez, Estarlin Mayo, Jeremy Mesa, Narciso Mozingo, Chad Oduber, Randolph Peguero, Arialdi Perez, Roberto Ramirez, Andruth Ramos, Wander Rodriguez, Johan Schill, Wes Severino, Pedro Soriano, Francisco Valdez, Jean Carlos Williams, Deion TEAM TOTAL AVG .354 .500 .286 .382 .273 .245 .250 .182 .188 .289 .200 .286 .262 .500 .207 .000 .254 .313 .211 .255 .183 .222 .273 .157 .253 G 14 1 2 8 25 28 5 9 27 50 5 40 20 4 42 2 22 43 34 42 32 3 37 30 53 ERA 1.23 3.72 2.95 3.09 4.29 13.50 0.93 0.00 2.00 6.75 3.38 6.75 3.38 6.75 0.00 6.06 4.05 1.69 10.45 2.81 5.40 6.61 0.00 6.75 4.91 4.50 7.45 0.00 6.75 0.00 3.07 3.46 4.35

Tripp Keister Michael Tejera Amaury Garcia 20-33 (4th, GCL East)
AB R H 48 14 17 2 0 1 7 0 2 34 7 13 88 10 24 102 12 25 12 1 3 22 2 4 64 11 12 187 36 54 15 3 3 168 19 48 61 10 16 12 4 6 140 13 29 7 1 0 71 7 18 147 32 46 109 11 23 157 24 40 115 16 21 9 2 2 132 14 36 102 6 16 1811 255 459 G 6 13 9 7 9 7 5 2 4 17 5 4 5 9 10 11 3 5 5 9 2 8 7 3 5 1 10 1 5 1 14 8 53 GS 0 11 2 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 9 0 0 1 5 2 5 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 53 2B 3 0 0 0 4 4 0 1 1 8 0 10 5 2 2 0 2 12 2 5 4 0 4 0 69 3B 1 0 0 2 3 0 1 0 2 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 3 0 25 HR RBI BB SO 0 4 9 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 3 4 0 8 10 8 1 11 5 11 0 1 1 3 0 0 8 11 1 9 11 22 6 28 29 36 1 4 2 7 1 19 8 29 0 7 5 14 0 0 0 4 5 13 14 52 0 1 1 3 0 14 5 4 12 37 19 45 0 10 4 10 0 16 16 19 2 9 10 27 1 1 0 1 1 16 9 23 0 7 8 44 32 219 178 384 HR 0 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 24 SB 5 0 0 2 5 1 0 1 5 11 0 6 2 3 1 0 0 7 8 10 0 1 4 3 75 CS E 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 11 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 6 2 6 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 13 0 0 0 5 4 3 1 4 5 14 0 3 0 0 1 13 1 11 21 111

PITCHERS W-L Arnold, Patrick 1-0 Baez, Gregory 1-3 Chico, Matt 2-1 Davis, Cody 2-0 Encarnacion, Pedro 2-2 Ferrer, Kenneth 0-1 Hanks, Tyler 1-1 Harper, Bryan 0-0 Hawkins, Ben 0-0 Heredia, Inocencio 0-2 Herrera, Mark 0-0 Holder, Trevor 0-1 Karns, Nathan 0-0 King, Brandon 1-4 Lee, Nicholas 1-0 Lucas, Bobby 1-1 Marcelino, Anthony 0-2 McGeary, Jack 0-1 McKenzie, Christopher 1-0 Medina, Silvio 0-4 Meza, Christian 0-0 Mieses, Adalberto 1-2 Mock, Garrett 1-1 Monar, Blake 0-1 Peters, John 2-1 Ramirez, Andruth 0-1 Santana, Andy 2-2 Schill, Wes 0-0 Simko, Todd 1-2 Slaten, Doug 0-0 Smith, Jason 0-0 Williams, Scott 0-0 TEAM TOTAL 20-33

SV IP H R ER 0 7.1 7 3 1 0 48.1 48 20 20 0 21.1 19 8 7 0 11.2 12 5 4 0 35.2 32 25 17 0 7.1 16 12 11 0 9.2 6 5 1 0 2.0 1 0 0 2 9.0 4 2 2 3 21.1 32 19 16 1 5.1 6 4 2 0 6.2 12 8 5 0 18.2 2 0 0 0 35.2 30 27 24 0 13.1 16 10 6 1 21.1 14 7 4 0 10.1 15 17 12 0 16.0 13 6 5 0 13.1 12 9 8 0 32.2 40 27 24 1 7.0 4 0 0 0 18.2 20 16 14 0 7.1 11 5 4 0 6.0 5 5 3 0 9.2 16 11 8 0 1.0 0 2 0 0 16.2 15 12 9 0 0.2 1 0 0 0 5.1 9 12 4 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 29.1 34 22 10 1 13.0 14 5 5 9 463.2 466 304 224

HB BB SO 0 2 6 3 29 41 0 2 14 1 4 11 2 16 29 1 1 5 1 2 12 0 1 2 0 4 11 3 7 24 0 0 3 0 0 4 2 6 26 13 12 26 0 15 15 0 15 29 3 5 8 3 7 12 0 5 16 4 9 36 1 1 8 4 16 10 0 0 8 1 1 7 2 4 2 0 2 0 2 8 14 0 0 0 3 3 4 0 0 1 1 7 18 3 1 12 53 185 414

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INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
55 South High St., Suite 202 Dublin, OH 43017 Phone: (614) 791-9300 Fax: (614) 791-9009 http://www.ilbaseball.com email: office@ilbaseball.com
President Vice President Vice President Corporate Secretary Assistant to the President Office Manager Randy A. Mobley Dave Rosenfield Anthony “Tex” Simone Max B. Schumacher Chris Sprague Gretchen Addison

PRESIDENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
1884 1885 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890-92 1893-1905 1906 1907-10 1911-17 Henry Diddlebock WS Arnold FR Winne Frank T. Gilbert E. Strachen Cox Riley V. Miller Charles D. White Patrick Powers Harry L. Taylor Patrick Powers Ed Barrow 1918 1919 1920-28 1929-36 1936 1937-60 1961-65 1966-76 1977 1978-90 1991John H. Farrell David L. Fultz John C. Toole Charles H. Knappe Warren Giles Frank J. Shaughnessy Thomas Richardson George H. Sisler, Jr. Roy Jackson Harold M. Cooper Randy A. Mobley

THE GOVERNORS’ CUP
After 55 years of service and many homes, the original Governors’ Cup, given annually to the International League’s playoff champion, was given a permanent home in Cooperstown at the Baseball Hall of Fame following the 1988 season. The original trophy which was the oldest rotating trophy at the time of its “retirement” consists primarily of solid silver and has been appraised at more than $3,000. Coupled with the new playoff format, due to the formation of the Triple-A Alliance and retirement of the original Governors’ Cup, a new trophy carrying forth the Governors’ Cup name and tradition was presented to the 1988 league champions. The newest Governors’ Cup is appropriately inscribed as follows: The original Governors’ Cup was created in 1933 and now resides proudly in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, NY. The second rendition of the trophy was created by the directors of the International League to carry on the proud tradition of excellence.

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2011 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE PLAYOFFS Division Series COLUMBUS defeated Durham, 3 games to 0 LEHIGH VALLEY defeated Pawtucket, 3 games to 0 Governors’ Cup Finals COLUMBUS defeated Lehigh Valley, 3 games to 1 SYRACUSE GOVERNORS’ CUP PLAYOFF HISTORY
YEAR 1998 1994 1989 1985 1979 1976 1975 1974 1971 1970 1969 1965 1964 1963 1954 1952 1951 1948 1947 1946 1943 1942 1938 1937 1935 OPPONENT Buffalo Richmond Pawtucket Richmond Columbus Columbus Richmond Richmond Memphis Tidewater Rochester Rochester Richmond Rochester Columbus Tidewater Columbus Louisville Toronto Rochester Buffalo Indianapolis Montreal Toronto Montreal Montreal Rochester Montreal Newark Buffalo Montreal Montreal Baltimore Toronto Newark Jersey City Montreal Toronto Montreal Montreal Newark RESULT L, 3-0 L, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 3-1 L, 3-1 L, 3-1 W, 3-2 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 4-3 W, 3-1 L, 4-3 W, 4-1 L, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 4-1 W, 3-2 L, 4-3 L, 4-1 W, 4-3 L, 4-1 W, 4-3 W, 4-2 L, 3-1 L, 4-3 W, 4-1 L, 4-0 W, 4-3 W, 4-3 W, 4-1 L, 4-3 W, 3-2 W, 4-2 W, 4-2 W, 4-0 W, 4-1 L, 3-2 L, 3-1 W, 4-3 W, 4-0 ROUND Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Semi-Final Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final Semi-Final Semi-Final Championship Semi-Final MANAGER Bevington Didier Didier Bailor Ault Benson Benson Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Babe Verdi Verdi Verdi Verdi Carswell Carswell Carswell Carswell Newsome Newsome Betzel Betzel Betzel Ens Ens Ens Ens Ens Ens Ens Ens Ens Ens Porter Kelly Liebold Liebold

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INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE HISTORY
NOTE: In 1963, minor league baseball experienced a significant shift in operating procedures. Up until that time, most teams were independently run and responsible for acquiring players. In ’63, the emphasis shifted to Player Development Contracts, the agreements under which Major League teams acquire players for their affiliated minor league teams.

BATTING RECORDS
Pre-1963 Since 1963 BA .415, Dan Brouthers, SPR, 1897 .386, Ralph Garr, RMD, 1970 Runs 173, Joe Hauser, BAL, 1930 129, Otis Nixon, COL, 1983 Hits 246, Jack Bentley, BAL, 1921 206, Don Buford, IND, 1963 HRs 63, Joe Hauser, BAL, 1930 42, Phil Hiatt, TOL, 1996 RBI 180, Rip Collins, ROC, 1930 130, Roger Freed, ROC, 1970 SBs 112*, Mike Slattery, TOR, 1887 94, Otis Nixon, COL, 1983 Ks 199, Dave Nicholson, RMD, 1968 199, Dave Nicholson, RMD, 1968 * Total includes taking extra bases on routine plays, such as going from 1B to 3B on hit.

PITCHING RECORDS
PCT Wins Saves Ks ERA Pre-1963 .929, 13-1, Tony Jacobs, RMD, 1954 35, George Stovey, NEW, 1887 37, Mike Draper, COL, 1992 330, Lefty Grove, BAL, 1923 1.31, Urban Shocker, TOR, 1916 Since 1963 1.000, 14-0, Joe Roa, SWB, 2002 18, Fritz Ackley, IND, 1963 Gary Waslewski, TOR, 1966 Dave Roberts, COL, 1968 43, Jonathan Albaladejo, SWB, 2010 208, Tom Phoebus, ROC, 1966 1.45, Pablo Torrealba, RMD, 1975

IL TRIPLE CROWN WINNERS
(Led league in Average, HRs and RBI) Year Player, Team 1921 Jack Bentley, Baltimore 1928 Dale Alexander, Toronto 1935 George Puccinelli, Baltimore 1955 Rocky Nelson, Montreal 1958 Rocky Nelson, Toronto 1959 Frank Herrera, Buffalo 1974 Jim Rice, Pawtucket Avg.-HR-RBI .412 - 24 - 120 .380 - 31 - 144 .359 - 53 - 139 .364 - 37 - 139 .326 - 43 - 120 .329 - 37 - 128 .337 - 25 - 93

TRIPLE CROWN PITCHERS
(Led league in Wins, ERA and Strikeouts) Year Pitcher, Team 1960 Al Cicotte, Toronto 1976 Dennis Martinez, Rochester Wins-ERA-Ks 16 - 1.79 - 158 14 - 2.50 - 140

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2011 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE STANDINGS
Final Standings
North Division Team Pawtucket Lehigh Valley Scranton/WB Syracuse Buffalo Rochester South Division Team Durham Gwinnett Charlotte Norfolk West Division Team Columbus Indianapolis Louisville Toledo W-L 81-61 80-64 73-69 66-74 61-82 53-91 W-L 80-62 78-65 69-74 56-87 W-L 88-56 76-68 73-71 67-77 Pct .570 .556 .514 .471 .427 .368 Pct .563 .545 .483 .392 Pct .611 .528 .507 .465 GB 2.0 8.0 14.0 20.5 29.0 GB 2.5 11.5 24.5 GB 12.0 15.0 21.0 Home 39-32 39-33 34-38 35-33 35-37 32-40 Home 41-31 36-35 38-34 33-38 Home 49-23 37-35 40-32 33-39 Pct .549 .542 .472 .515 .486 .444 Pct .569 .507 .528 .465 Pct .681 .514 .555 .458 Away 42-29 41-31 39-31 31-41 26-45 21-51 Away 39-31 42-30 31-40 23-49 Away 39-33 39-33 33-39 34-38 Pct .592 .569 .557 .431 .366 .292 Pct .557 .583 .437 .319 Pct .542 .542 .458 .472

Team vs. Team
(For wins, read across; losses, read down)

IL Team vs. Columbus Pawtucket Durham Lehigh Valley Gwinnett Indianapolis Scranton/WB Louisville Charlotte Syracuse Toledo Buffalo Norfolk Rochester

Col x 4 3 5 3 8 3 12 2 3 8 3 1 1

Paw 4 x 3 6 4 5 6 3 4 8 4 4 4 6

Dur 5 5 x 4 10 3 3 5 9 1 2 3 10 2

Lhv 3 10 4 x 3 5 9 3 3 6 3 7 3 5

Gwn Ind 5 13 4 3 11 5 5 3 x 4 4 x 3 4 3 12 8 3 4 3 3 9 4 2 7 4 4 3

Swb 5 10 5 7 5 4 x 3 4 5 5 6 5 5

Lou 9 5 3 5 5 10 5 x 4 2 9 4 5 5

Cha 6 4 12 5 13 5 4 4 x 4 3 4 8 2

Syr 5 8 5 10 4 5 9 6 4 x 6 4 1 7

Tol 14 4 6 5 5 12 3 12 5 2 x 4 1 4

Buf 5 11 5 9 4 6 10 4 4 12 4 x 2 6

Nor 7 3 12 5 14 4 3 3 13 7 7 6 x 3

Roc 7 10 6 11 4 5 11 3 6 9 4 10 5 x

2011 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE ATTENDANCE
Total Regular Season Attendance – 6,044,529 (957 games, Per Game Avg.– 6,316) Playoff Attendance – 58,382 (10 games, Per Game Avg.– 5,838) AAA All Star Game at Salt Lake City, UT (Spring Mobile Ballpark) -12,439

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2011 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE LEADERS
BATTING LEADERS
AVERAGE
De Aza, CHA Hermida, LOU Bates, ROC Canzler, DUR .322 .319 .316 .314

RUNS
Thompson, LHV Canzler, DUR Guyer, DUR Gomez, GWN 81 78 78 76

HOME RUNS
Vazquez, SWB Gartrell, GWN Gomez, GWN Head, COL 32 26 24 24

AT BATS
Hague, IND Harris, NOR Gomez, GWN Anderson, PAW 534 516 506 491 165 154 149 145 48 35 27 27

TOTAL BASES
Gomez, GWN Canzler, DUR Hague, IND Vazquez, SWB 264 251 244 235 40 39 37 36 80 76 70 67

RUNS BATTED IN
Gartrell, GWN Vazquez, SWB Pascucci, BUF Gomez, GWN 94 93 91 90 9 9 8 7 171 166 155 149

HITS
Hague, IND Gomez, GWN Canzler, DUR Marrero, SYR

DOUBLES
Canzler, DUR Gallagher, CHA Hague, IND Mesoraco, LOU

TRIPLES
Hernandez, IND Kipnis, COL Thompson, LHV Golson, SWB

STOLEN BASES
Thompson, LHV Carrera, COL Angle, NOR Milledge, CHA

WALKS
Anderson, PAW Pascucci, BUF Nava, PAW Canzler, DUR

STRIKEOUTS
Strieby, TOL Vazquez, SWB Danks, CHA Pascucci, BUF

PITCHING LEADERS
WINS
Teheran, GWN Mitchell, SWB Milone, SYR McAllister, COL 15 13 12 12

LOSSES
Hacker, ROC Diamond, ROC VandenHurk, NOR Baldwin, ROC 14 14 13 13

ERA (Min. 114 IP)
Gomez, COL Teheran, GWN Redmond, GWN Torres, DUR 2.55 2.55 2.92 3.08

GAMES
Thomas, IND Waldrop, ROC Thayer, BUF Gil, LOU 63 56 54 54

GAMES STARTED
Bass, LHV 5 tied with 28 27

COMPLETE GAMES
McAllister, COL Mitchell, SWB 5 tied with 3 3 2

SAVES
Asencio, GWN Judy, COL Whelan, SWB Wood, IND WALKS Torres, DUR Oliver, TOL Brackman, SWB 26 23 23 23 83 80 75

SHUTOUTS
Mitchell, SWB 14 tied with 2 1

STRIKEOUTS
Torres, DUR Milone, SYR Kluber, COL Oliver, TOL INNINGS Redmond, GWN Mitchell, SWB Bass, LHV 156 155 143 143 169.2 161.1 158.1

HR ALLOWED Baldwin, ROC Weber, TOL VandenHurk, NOR

33 28 23

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2011 IL TEAM STATISTICS
TEAM Batting
Durham Louisville Scranton/WB Columbus Indianapolis Toledo Charlotte Gwinnett Syracuse Rochester Lehigh Valley Buffalo Pawtucket Norfolk

AVG HR R
.271 .266 .264 .264 .263 .262 .261 .260 .257 .257 .256 .255 .253 .251 136 146 124 152 91 108 136 123 113 103 117 101 132 119

669 654 612 716 622 586 614 613 581 587 601 570 657 601

BB

444 431 392 570 408 451 460 419 481 465 422 462 544 464

SO

1020 1085 1147 1006 981 1099 1188 1056 1011 983 1102 1005 1036 1138

SB

75 68 92 82 133 139 108 116 90 71 120 52 104 94

TEAM Pitching

Gwinnett Pawtucket Lehigh Valley Scranton/WB Durham Columbus Louisville Indianapolis Syracuse Charlotte Toledo Norfolk Buffalo Rochester

ERA W-L
3.33 3.57 3.68 3.80 3.87 3.94 4.01 4.08 4.17 4.25 4.27 4.34 4.36 4.76 78-65 81-61 80-64 73-69 80-62 88-56 73-71 76-68 66-74 69-74 67-77 56-87 61-82 53-91

SV BB SO
41 42 47 39 44 45 40 42 33 36 37 27 36 20 505 459 401 483 461 417 431 500 379 517 480 512 467 401

1223 1118 1126 997 1135 1142 995 989 1079 1121 1064 846 1013 1009

Team Fielding Scranton/WB Syracuse Pawtucket Charlotte Indianapolis Louisville Rochester Durham Lehigh Valley Toledo Columbus Norfolk Buffalo Gwinnett

PCT .987 .984 .984 .984 .980 .980 .980 .980 .979 .979 .979 .978 .977 .975

G 142 140 142 143 144 144 144 142 144 144 144 143 143 143

PO 3691 3648 3753 3708 3833 3840 3706 3777 3745 3788 3759 3831 3710 3791

A 1324 1429 1336 1333 1456 1495 1419 1340 1484 1395 1358 1430 1378 1257

E 67 82 84 84 108 109 107 107 110 110 109 119 122 129

DP 138 5159 151 112 107 127 121 139 148 138 116 144 117 112

PB 13 12 21 16 10 14 7 8 14 12 10 11 9 16

2011 IL Players of the Week
DATE
April 10 April 17 April 24 May 1 May 8 May 15 May 22 May 29 June 5 June 12 June 19 June 26 July 3 July 10 July 17 July 24 July 31 Aug 7 Aug 14 Aug 21 Aug 28 Sep 5

BATTER

Trevor Plouffe, ROC Jorge Vazquez, SWB Chad Huffman, COL Andy Dirks, TOL Justin Ruggiano, DUR Michael Aubrey, SYR Felipe Lopez, DUR Justin Maxwell, SWB Jeff Larish, LHV Jose Constanza, GWN Brandon Guyer, DUR Lonnie Chisenhall, COL Jason Kipnis, COL Nick Green, NOR Valentino Pascucci, BUF Ryan Lavarnway, PAW Jorge Vazquez, SWB Corey Brown, SYR Chad Huffman, COL Juan Francisco, LOU Mauro Gomez, GWN Mauro Gomez, GWN

PITCHER

Cole Kimball, SYR Alexander Torres, DUR Mike Minor, GWN Julio Teheran, GWN Duane Below, TOL Brian Gordon, LHV Todd Redmond, GWN Kyle Gibson, ROC Mike Minor, GWN Jeanmar Gomez, COL David Huff, COL Julio Teheran, GWN Tom Milone, SYR Matt Zaleski, CHA Brian Matusz, NOR Brandon Duckworth, PAW Justin Germano, COL Matt Moore, DUR Matt Fox, PAW Rick VandenHurk, NOR Paolo Espino, GWN D.J. Mitchell, SWB

Save (3), Win (2), Loss(-2)
PITCHER Asencio, Jairo Judy, Josh Wood, Tim Whelan, Kevin Thayer, Dale Worrell, Mark Bowden, Michael Kinney, Josh Schwimer, Michael Wilkie, Josh Delaney, Rob TEAM Gwinnett Columbus Indianapolis Scranton/WB Buffalo Norfolk Pawtucket Charlotte Lehigh Valley Syracuse Durham W-L-SV 3-2-26 6-2-23 2-0-23 2-3-23 4-3-21 1-6-21 3-3-16 6-3-14 9-1-10 3-5-16 4-2-13

2011 I.L. Relief Points
POINTS 80 77 73 67 65 53 48 48 46 44 43

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SYRACUSE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL AWARD WINNERS (1934-present)
2000 1998 1994 1991 1989 1987 1985 1979 1976 1974 1973 1971 1970 1969 1964 1954 1947 1942 Chad Mottola Shannon Withem John Simone Tex Simone Shawn Green Derek Bell Bob Bailor Frank Cabrera Alex Sanchez Tex Simone Doug Ault Tom Henke Vern Benson Mickey Klutts Tex Simone Scott McGregor Tex Simone Otto Velez Rusty Torres Rob Gardner Tex Simone Frank Verdi Ron Klimkowski Jim Northrup Jim Owens Hank Sauer Red Barrett I.L. Most Valuable Player I.L. Most Valuable Pitcher I.L. Executive of the Year I.L. Executive of the Year I.L. Rookie of the Year I.L. Most Valuable Player, Minor League Player of the Year I.L. & NAPBL Manager of the Year I.L. Rookie of the Year I.L. Most Valuable Pitcher National Association Presidents Trophy I.L. Manager of the Year I.L. Most Valuable Pitcher I.L. & NAPBL Manager of the Year I.L. Most Valuable Player I.L. Executive of the Year I.L. Most Valuable Pitcher I.L. Executive of the Year I.L. Rookie of the Year I.L. Rookie of the Year I.L. Most Valuable Pitcher I.L. Executive of the Year I.L. Manager of the Year I.L. Most Valuable Pitcher I.L. Rookie of the Year I.L. Rookie of the Year I.L. Most Valuable Player I.L. Most Valuable Player

SYRACUSE ALL-STAR SELECTIONS (1934-present)
POST-SEASON 2005 John-Ford Griffin (OF)
2001 2000 1998 1995 1994 1992 1991 1990 1989 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1979 1978 1977 1976 1974 1973 1971 1970 1969 1968 1965 1964 1963 1953 1952 1951 1948 1947 1945 1943 1942 Cesar Izturis (SS), Matt DeWitt (RP) Chad Mottola (OF), Luis Lopez (DH) Shannon Withem (SP) Carlos Delgado (DH), Robert Perez (OF) Alex Gonazalez (SS), Shawn Green (OF), Randy St. Clair (RP) Butch Davis (OF) Derek Bell (OF), Domingo Martinez (1B), Eddie Zosky (SS) Luis Sojo (2B), Mark Whiten (OF) Glenallen Hill (OF), Frank Cabrera (C), Alex Sanchez (SP), Bob Bailor (MGR) Nelson Liriano (2B), Don Gordon (RP) Mike Sharperson (2B) Kelly Gruber (3B), Rick Leach (OF), Willie Aikens (DH), Stan Clarke (SP), Tom Henke (RP), Doug Ault (MGR) Mitch Webster (OF), Jerry Keller (DH) Gino Petralli (C), Tony Fernandez (SS), Don Cooper (RP) Gino Petralli (C), Tony Fernandez (SS) Greg Wells (1B), Dale Murray (RP) Vern Benson (MGR) Al Woods (OF) Greg Pryor (SS), Darryl Jones (OF), Larry McCall (SP) Mickey Klutts (SS), Terry Whitfield (OF) Scott McGregor (SP) Otto Velez (OF) George Pena (C), Len Boehmer (2B) Len Boehmer (2B), Frank Baker (SS), Rob Gardner (SP), Hal Reniff (RP), Frank Verdi (MGR) Ron Klimkowski (SP) Mike Ferraro (3B) Mickey Stanley (OF) Ray Oyler (SS), Mack Jones (OF), Jim Northrup (OF) Willie Smith (SP) Hector Rodriquez (3B) Bob Keegan (SP), Bruno Betzel (MGR) Ed Shokes (1B) Clyde Vollmer (OF) Hank Sauer (OF), Dutch Mele (OF) Walt Cazen (OF) Tom DeLaCruz (SP) Red Barrett (SP)
2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 Tom Milone (SP), Matt Antonelli (SS) Chase Lambin (3B) J.D. Martin (SP), Seth Bynum (2B), Jorge Padilla (OF) David Purcey (SP), Doug Davis (Coach) John-Ford Griffin (OF) Kevin Barker (1B) John-Ford Griffin (OF) Glenn Williams (3B) Kevin Cash (C) Orlando Hudson (2B), Gary Burnham (1B) Matt DeWitt (RP), John Dillinger (SP), Chris Latham (OF) Luis Lopez Jr. (3B), Chad Mottola (OF) Casey Blake (3B), Steve Sinclair (RP) Shannon Withem (SP) Ken Robinson (RP) Huck Flener (SP), Dane Johnson (RP) Howard Battle (3B), Joe Lis (2B), Robert Perez (OF) Alex S. Gonzalez (SS), Robert Perez (OF) Lee Stevens (1B) Butch Davis (OF), Ed Sprague (C) Eddie Zosky (SS) Luis Sojo (SS), Mark Whiten (OF), Bob Bailor (MGR) Francisco Cabrera (C), Glenallen Hill (OF) Geronimo Berroa (OF), Eric Yelding (SS) Gary Woods (CF), Tom Buskey (RP) Larry McCall (SP), Darryl Jones (OF) Bobby Cox (MGR), Bob Polinsky (P), Mickey Klutts (SS), Terry Whitfield (OF), Ron Guidry (SP) Rick Sawyer (P), Terry Whitfield (OF) Scott McGregor (P), Terry Whitfield (OF) Mike Pazik (P), Otto Velez (OF), Jimmy Kennedy (2B) Rick Bladt (OF), Danny Walton (OF) Fred Frazier (2B), Rusty Torres (OF), Alan Closter (P) Tony Soliata (1B), Frank Baker (SS), Rob Gardner (P), Hall Reniff (P), Steve Kline (P) Frank Tepedino (OF), Dave McDonald (1B), Thad Tilloston (RP) Mike Ferraro (3B), Ellie Rodriguez (C) Bill Henry (P), Stan Bahnsen (P), Bill Bryan (1B) Manny Jiminez (OF) Jack Hamilton (P), Mickey Stanley (OF) Frank Carswell (MGR), Bruce Bubaker (P), Mack Jones (OF), Jim Northup (OF), Ray Oyler (SS) Willie Smith (SP), Lou Johnson (OF) Carl Matthias (P) Joe Altobelli (1B)

MID-SEASON

SP=Starting Pitcher; RP=Relief Pitcher

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SYRACUSE vs. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE (1934-present)
CLUB Albany Arkansas Atlanta Baltimore Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Columbus Denver Durham Gwinnett Havana Indianapolis Iowa Jacksonville Jersey City Lehigh Valley Louisville Maine Memphis Montreal G 66 16 81 434 910 279 182 702 14 108 24 44 150 17 142 328 64 234 92 58 483 W 36 11 37 230 430 125 98 312 8 47 12 21 73 11 69 178 38 111 44 36 216 L 30 5 44 204 480 154 84 390 6 61 12 23 77 6 73 150 26 123 48 22 267 PCT .545 .688 .457 .530 .472 .448 .538 .444 .571 .435 .500 .477 .486 .647 .486 .543 .594 .474 .478 .621 .447 CLUB Nashville Newark Norfolk Oklahoma City Omaha Ottawa Pawtucket Peninsula Richmond Rochester Scranton/WB Springfield Toledo Toronto Winnipeg TOTALS G W 20 7 354 169 627 293 16 10 17 3 335 180 708 349 40 21 790 384 1453 667 386 167 87 49 723 361 633 321 40 25 L 13 185 334 6 14 155 359 19 406 786 219 38 362 311 15 PCT .350 .477 .467 .625 .176 .537 .493 .525 .486 .459 .433 .563 .499 .509 .625

10657 5150 5507 .483

SYRACUSE ROAD TRIP TO: BUFFALO CHARLOTTE COLUMBUS DURHAM GWINNETT INDIANAPOLIS LEHIGH VALLEY LOUISVILLE NORFOLK PAWTUCKET ROCHESTER SCRANTON/WB TOLEDO Source: International League Office

MILES 150 743 473 626 940 645 205 676 515 309 87 141 448

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BUFFALO BISONS
275 Washington St. Buffalo, NY 14203 Phone: (716) 846-2000 Fax: (716) 852-6530 Press Box: (716) 846-2215 www.bisons.com Affiliate (1st year): Home Field: Dimensions: Playing Surface: President: General Manager: Manager: Pitching Coach: Hitting Coach: Trainer: PR Director: Flagship Station: Announcers: Visiting Team Hotel: Years in the IL: All time series: New York Mets (2009) Coca Cola Field (18,025) LF - 325’, CF - 404’, RF - 325’ Grass Robert E. Rich, Jr. Mike Buczkowski Wally Backman Mark Brewer George Greer Joe Golia Brad Bisbing WWKB 1520 AM Ben Wagner, Duke McGuire Adam’s Mark Hotel - (716) 845-5116 1886-99, 1901-1971, 1998-present Buffalo leads 480-430 (since 1934)
CHIEFS vs. BUFFALO - 2011 Apr 7 Syracuse 8 BUFFALO 5 (13) Apr 8 BUFFALO 3 Syracuse 2 July 2 Syracuse 6 BUFFALO 5 (11) July 3 Syracuse 10 BUFFALO 4 July 4 SYRACUSE 4 Buffalo 2 July 5 Buffalo 11 SYRACUSE 6 July 19 SYRACUSE 4 Buffalo 3 (12) July 20 SYRACUSE 7 Buffalo 6 July 20 SYRACUSE 9 Buffalo 5 July 21 Buffalo 5 SYRACUSE 2 Aug 8 SYRACUSE 8 Buffalo 2 Aug 9 SYRACUSE 3 Buffalo 2 Aug 10 Syracuse 6 BUFFALO 1 Aug 11 BUFFALO 3 Syracuse 2 Aug 31 Syracuse 3 BUFFALO 1 Sep 1 Syracuse 6 BUFFALO 2

CHIEFS vs. BUFFALO - 2012 Apr 20 at Syracuse Apr 21 at Syracuse Apr 22 at Syracuse May 1 at Buffalo May 2 at Buffalo May 3 at Buffalo May 4 at Buffalo Jul 4 at Syracuse Jul 5 at Syracuse Jul 6 at Syracuse Aug 2 at Buffalo Aug 3 at Buffalo Aug 4 at Buffalo Aug 5 at Buffalo Aug 6 at Syracuse Aug 7 at Syracuse

New York Mets Top 10 Prospects
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Zack Wheeler - RHP Matt Harvey - RHP Brandon Nimmo - OF Jeurys Familia - RHP Cesar Puello - OF Jenrry Mejia - RHP Kirk Nieuwenhuis - OF Michael Fulmer - RHP Reese Havens - 2B Wilmer Flores - SS

Source: Baseball America

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CHARLOTTE KNIGHTS
2280 Deerfield Dr. Fort Mill, SC 29715 Phone: (704) 357-8071 Fax: (704) 329-2155 Press Box: (704) 329-2144 www.charlotteknights.com Affiliate (1st year): Home Field: Dimensions: Playing Surface: President: General Manager: Manager: Pitching Coach: Hitting Coach: Trainer: PR Director: Flagship Station: Announcers: Visiting Team Hotel: Years in the IL: All time series: Chicago White Sox (1999) Knights Stadium (10,000) LF - 326’, CF - 400’, RF - 325’ Grass Don Beaver Dan Rajkowski Joel Skinner Richard Dotson Andy Tomberlin Joe Geck John Agresti WRHI 1340 AM Matt Swierad, Mike Pacheco (home games) Comfort Suites Pineville (704) 540-0559 1993-present Syracuse leads 98-84
CHIEFS vs. CHARLOTTE - 2011 May 26 SYRACUSE 9 Charlotte 1 May 28 SYRACUSE 8 Charlotte 7 May 28 SYRACUSE 8 Charlotte 3 May 29 Charlotte 5 SYRACUSE 3 Jun 16 Syracuse 3 CHARLOTTE 2 Jun 17 CHARLOTTE 5 Syracuse 2 Jun 18 CHARLOTTE 7 Syracuse 6 Jun 19 CHARLOTTE 10 Syracuse 9

CHIEFS vs. CHARLOTTE - 2012 Apr 27 at Syracuse Apr 28 at Syracuse Apr 29 at Syracuse Apr 30 at Syracuse August 27 at Charlotte August 28 at Charlotte August 29 at Charlotte August 30 at Charlotte

Chicago White Sox Top 10 Prospects
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Addison Reed - RHP Nestor Molina - RHP Simon Castro - RHP Trayce Thompson - OF Jake Petricka - RHP Keenyn Walker - OF Jhan Marinez - RHP Tyler Saladino - SS Juan Silverio - 3B Ozzie Martinez - SS

Source: Baseball America

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COLUMBUS CLIPPERS
1155 W. Mound St. Columbus, OH 43223 Phone: (614) 462-5250 Fax: (614) 462-3271 Press Box: (614) 462-7595 www.clippersbaseball.com Affiliate (1st year): Home Field: Dimensions: Playing Surface: President/GM: Manager: Pitching Coach: Hitting Coach: Trainer: PR Director: Flagship Station: Announcers: Visiting Team Hotel: Years in the IL: All time series: Cleveland Indians (2009) Huntington Park (10,100) LF - 325’, CF - 400’, RF - 318’ Grass Ken Schnacke Mike Sarbaugh Ruben Niebla Phil Clark Michael Salazar Joe Santry WMNI 920 AM Scott Leo, Ryan Mitchell Hyatt Regency Columbus - (614) 280-3008 1955-70, 1977-present Columbus leads 390-312
CHIEFS vs. COLUMBUS - 2011 Jul 26 Columbus 3 SYRACUSE 0 Jul 27 SYRACUSE 2 Columbus 0 Jul 28 SYRACUSE 6 Columbus 5 Jul 29 SYRACUSE 3 Columbus 0 Aug 4 COLUMBUS 5 Syracuse 2 Aug 5 COLUMBUS 7 Syracuse 5 Aug 6 COLUMBUS 5 Syracuse 4 Aug 7 COLUMBUS 6 Syracuse 4

CHIEFS vs. COLUMBUS - 2012 May 15 at Columbus May 16 at Columbus May 17 at Columbus May 18 at Columbus May 24 at Syracuse May 25 at Syracuse May 26 at Syracuse May 27 at Syracuse

Cleveland Indians Top 10 Prospects
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Francisco Lindor - SS Dillon Howard - RHP Nick Hagadone - LHP Chen Lee - RHP Luigi Rodriguez - OF Zach McAllister - RHP Tony Wolters - SS Austin Adams - RHP Scott Barnes - LHP Zach Putnam - RHP

Source: Baseball America

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DURHAM BULLS
P.O. Box 507 Durham, NC 27702 Phone: (919) 687-6500 Fax: (919) 687-6560 Press Box: (919) 687-0681 www.durhambulls.com Affiliate (1st year): Home Field: Dimensions: Playing Surface: Vice President: General Manager: Manager: Pitching Coach: Hitting Coach: Trainer: PR Director: Flagship Station: Announcers: Visiting Team Hotel: Years in the IL: All time series: Tampa Bay Rays (1998) Durham Bulls Athletic Park (10,000) LF - 305’, CF - 400’, RF - 327’ Grass George Habel Mike Birling Charlie Montoyo Neil Allen Dave Myers Joe Benge Matt DeMargel The Buzz 620 AM Patrick Kinas, Ken Tanner Marriott at the Civic Center, (919) 768-6038 1998-present Durham leads 61-47
CHIEFS vs. DURHAM - 2011 May 5 DURHAM 4 Syracuse 3 May 6 DURHAM 3 Syracuse 1 May 7 DURHAM 6 Syracuse 5 May 8 DURHAM 4 Syracuse 0 May 13 Durham 9 SYRACUSE 2 May 14 SYRACUSE 11 Durham 0

CHIEFS vs. DURHAM - 2012 May 7 at Syracuse May 8 at Syracuse May 9 at Syracuse May 10 at Syracuse Jun 26 at Durham Jun 27 at Durham Jun 28 at Durham Jun 29 at Durham

Tampa Bay Devil Rays Top 10 Prospects
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Matt Moore - LHP Hak-Ju Lee - SS Chris Archer - RHP Taylor Guerrieri - RHP Alex Colome - RHP Alex Torres - LHP Tim Beckham - SS Enny Romero - LHP Drew Vettleson - OF Mikie Mahtook - OF

Source: Baseball America

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GWINNETT BRAVES
PO Box 490310 Lawrenceville, GA 30049 Phone: (678) 277-0300 Fax: (678) 277-0338 Press Box: (678) 277-0321 www.gwinnettbraves.com Affiliate (1st year): Home Field: Dimensions: Playing Surface: General Manager: Manager: Pitching Coach: Hitting Coach: Trainer: PR Director: Flagship Station: Announcer: Visiting Team Hotel: Years in the IL: All time series: Atlanta Braves (2009) Coolray Field (10,475) LF - 335, CF - 400, RF - 335’ Grass North Johnson Dave Brundage Marty Reed Jamie Dismuke Mike Graus Nick Margiasso WDUN 550 AM Tony Schiavone, Judd Hickinbotham Courtyard by Marriott, (804) 346-0000 2009-present Series tied 12-12
CHIEFS vs. GWINNETT - 2011 Jun 20 GWINNETT 8 Syracuse 2 Jun 21 GWINNETT 7 Syracuse 1 Jun 22 Syracuse 12 GWINNETT 4 Jun 23 Syracuse 4 GWINNETT 2 Aug 16 SYRACUSE 13 Gwinnett 4 Aug 17 Gwinnett 3 SYRACUSE 1 Aug 18 Gwinnett 1 SYRACUSE 0 Aug 19 SYRACUSE 5 Gwinnett 2

CHIEFS vs. GWINNETT - 2012 Jun 22 at Syracuse Jun 23 at Syracuse Jun 24 at Syracuse Jun 25 at Syracuse Aug 23 at Gwinnett Aug 24 at Gwinnett Aug 25 at Gwinnett Aug 26 at Gwinnett

Atlanta Braves Top 10 Prospects
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Julio Teheran - RHP Arodys Vizcaino - RHP Randall Delgado - RHP Andrelton Simmons - SS Sean Gilmartin - LHP Edward Salcedo - SS/3B Tyler Pastornicky - SS Zeke Spruill - RHP Christian Bethancourt - C Brandon Drury - 3B

Source: Baseball America

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INDIANAPOLIS INDIANS
501 W. Maryland St. Indianapolis, IN 46225 Phone: (317) 269-3542 Fax: (317) 269-3541 Press Box: (317) 269-3542 (x288, x289) www.indyindians.com Affiliate (1st year): Home Field: Dimensions: Playing Surface: President: General Manager: Manager: Pitching Coach: Hitting Coach: Trainer: PR Director: Flagship Station: Announcers: Visiting Team Hotel: Years in the IL: All time series: Pittsburgh Pirates (2005) Victory Field (15,500) LF - 320’, CF - 402’, RF - 320’ Grass Max Schumacher Cal Burleson Dean Treanor Tom Filer Jeff Branson Bryan Housand Brian Bosma WNDE 1260 AM Howard Kellman Holiday Inn Express & Suites, (317) 822-6400 1963, 1998-present Indianapolis leads 77-73

CHIEFS vs. INDIANAPOLIS - 2012 Jun 1 at Indianapolis Jun 2 at Indianapolis Jun 3 at Indianapolis Jun 4 at Indianapolis Aug 18 at Syracuse Aug 19 at Syracuse Aug 20 at Syracuse Aug 21 at Syracuse

CHIEFS vs. INDIANAPOLIS - 2011 Jun 3 INDIANAPOLIS 3 Syracuse 1 Jun 5 Syracuse 6 INDIANAPOLIS 4 Jun 5 INDIANAPOLIS 7 Syracuse 2 Jun 6 INDIANAPOLIS 6 Syracuse 4 Jun 28 SYRACUSE 8 Indianapolis 5 Jun 29 Indianapolis 7 SYRACUSE 3 Jun 30 Indianapolis 3 SYRACUSE 0 Jul 1 SYRACUSE 5 Indianapolis 4

Pittsburgh Pirates Top 10 Prospects
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Gerrit Cole - RHP Jameson Taillon - RHP Josh Bell - OF Starling Marte - OF Luis Heredia - RHP Kyle McPherson - RHP Tony Sanchez - C Robbie Grossman - OF Stetson Allie - RHP Jeff Locke - LHP

Source: Baseball America

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LEHIGH VALLEY IRONPIGS
P.O. Box 90220 Allentown, PA 18109 Phone: (610) 435-3001 Fax: (610) 435-3088 Press Box: (610) 841-1317 www.ironpigsbaseball.com Affiliate (1st year): Home Field: Dimensions: Playing Surface: President: General Manager: Manager: Pitching Coach: Hitting Coach: Trainer: PR Director: Flagship Station: Announcers: Visiting Team Hotel: Years in the IL: All time series: Philadelphia Phillies (2008) Coca Cola Park (10,000) LF - 334, CF - 400, RF - 325’ Grass Chuck Domino Kurt Landes Ryne Sandberg Rod Nichols Sal Rende Jason Kirkman Matt Provence ESPN Radio 1230-1320 AM Matt Provence, Jon Schaeffer Staybridge Suites, (610) 443-5000 2008-present Syracuse leads 38-26
CHIEFS vs. LEHIGH VALLEY - 2011 Apr 9 Syracuse 2 LEHIGH VALLEY 1 Apr 10 Syracuse 2 LEHIGH VALLEY 0 Apr 11 LEHIGH VALLEY 4 Syracuse 3 Apr 16 Lehigh Valley 4 SYRACUSE 2 Apr 17 Lehigh Valley 10 SYRACUSE 6 Jul 9 Lehigh Valley 6 SYRACUSE 0 Jul 10 Lehigh Valley 5 SYRACUSE 2 July 14 Syracuse 3 LEHIGH VALLEY 2 July 14 LEHIGH VALLEY 5 Syracuse 2 July 15 LEHIGH VALLEY 7 Syracuse 6 July 16 Lehigh Valley 8 SYRACUSE 6 July 17 SYRACUSE 8 Lehigh Valley 4 Aug 29 Syracuse 4 LEHIGH VALLEY 0 Aug 29 Syracuse 4 LEHIGH VALLEY 0 Sep 4 Lehigh Valley 7 SYRACUSE 4 Sep 5 Lehigh Valley 4 SYRACUSE 1

CHIEFS vs. LEHIGH VALLEY - 2012 Apr 11 at Lehigh Valley Apr 12 at Lehigh Valley Apr 13 at Lehigh Valley May 5 at Lehigh Valley May 6 at Lehigh Valley Jun 9 at Syracuse Jun 10 at Syracuse Jun 11 at Syracuse Jun 12 at Syracuse Jul 28 at Syracuse Jul 29 at Syracuse Jul 30 at Syracuse Jul 31 at Syracuse Aug 10 at Lehigh Valley Aug 11 at Lehigh Valley Aug 31 at Lehigh Valley

Philadelphia Phillies Top 10 Prospects
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Trevor May - RHP Jesse Biddle - LHP Sebastian Valle - C Jonathan Pettibone - RHP Phillippe Aumont - RHP Freddy Galvis - SS Justin DeFratus - RHP Brody Colvin - RHP Jiwan James, OF Maikel Franco - 3B

Source: Baseball America

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LOUISVILLE BATS
401 E. Main St. Louisville, KY 40202 Phone: (502) 212-2287 (BATS) Fax: (502) 515-2255 (BALL) Press Box: (502) 212-2054 www.batsbaseball.com Affiliate (1st year): Home Field: Dimensions: Playing Surface: President: General Manager: Manager: Pitching Coach: Hitting Coach: Trainer: PR Director: Flagship Station: Announcers: Visiting Team Hotel: Years in the IL: All time series: Cincinnati Reds (2000) Louisville Slugger Field (13,131) LF – 325’, CF – 401’, RF – 340’ Grass Gary Ulmer Dale Owens David Bell Ted Power Ryan Jackson Tomas Vera Nick Evans WKRD 790 AM Matt Andrews Galt House Hotel, (502) 568-3497 1968-72, 1998-present Louisville leads 123-111
CHIEFS vs. LOUISVILLE - 2011 May 30 LOUISVILLE 9 Syracuse 4 May 31 LOUISVILLE 5 Syracuse 1 Jun 1 LOUISVILLE 2 Syracuse 1 Jun 2 LOUISVILLE 5 Syracuse 1 Jun 7 Louisville 9 SYRACUSE 2 Jun 8 SYRACUSE 2 Louisville 1 Jun 9 SYRACUSE 4 Louisville 3 Jun 10 Louisville 6 SYRACUSE 4

CHIEFS vs. LOUISVILLE - 2012 May 28 at Louisville May 29 at Louisville May 30 at Louisville May 31 at Louisville June 5 at Syracuse June 6 at Syracuse June 7 at Syracuse June 8 at Syracuse

Cincinnati Reds Top 10 Prospects
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Devin Mesoraco - C Billy Hamilton - SS Yonder Alonso - 1B/OF Yasmani Grandal - C Zack Cozart - SS Daniel Corcino - RHP Robert Stephenson - RHP DiDi Gregorius - SS Todd Frazier - 3B/1B/OF Brad Boxberger - RHP

Source: Baseball America

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NORFOLK TIDES
150 Park Ave Norfolk, VA 23510 Phone: (757) 622-2222 Fax: (757) 624-9090 Press Box: (757) 622-2222 (ext. 112) www.norfolktides.com Affiliate (1st year): Home Field: Dimensions: Playing Surface: President: General Manager: Manager: Pitching Coach: Hitting Coach: Trainer: PR Director: Flagship Station: Announcers: Visiting Team Hotel: Years in the IL: All time series: Baltimore Orioles (2007) Harbor Park (12,067) LF - 333’, CF - 410’, RF - 338’ Grass Ken Young Dave Rosenfield Ron Johnson Mike Griffin Denny Walling Mark Shires Justin Rosenberg ESPN Radio 94.1 FM Bob Socci, Pete Michaud, Tony Mercurio Sheraton Waterside, (757) 622-6664 1969-present Norfolk leads 334-293
CHIEFS vs. NORFOLK - 2011 May 9 Syracuse 8 NORFOLK 4 May 10 Syracuse 6 NORFOLK 3 May 11 Syracuse 4 NORFOLK 2 May 12 NORFOLK 4 Syracuse 1 May 17 SYRACUSE 4 Norfolk 3 May 18 SYRACUSE 10 Norfolk 4 May 19 SYRACUSE 9 Norfolk 4 May 20 SYRACUSE 5 Norfolk 4

CHIEFS vs. NORFOLK - 2012 Jun 30 at Norfolk Jul 1 at Norfolk Jul 2 at Norfolk Jul 3 at Norfolk Jul 20 at Syracuse Jul 21 at Syracuse Jul 22 at Syracuse Jul 23 at Syracuse

Baltimore Orioles Top 10 Prospects
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Dylan Bundy - RHP Manny Machado - SS Jon Schoop - INF Parker Bridwell - RHP L.J. Hoes - OF/2B Nicky Delmonico - 3B/1B Ryan Flaherty - INF/OF Jason Esposito - 3B Xavier Avery - OF Dan Klein - RHP

Source: Baseball America

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PAWTUCKET RED SOX
1 Columbus Avenue Pawtucket, RI 02860 Phone: (401) 724-7300 Fax: (401) 724-2140 Press Box: (401) 724-7305 www.pawsox.com Affiliate (1st year): Home Field: Dimensions: Playing Surface: President: General Manager: Manager: Pitching Coach: Hitting Coach: Trainer: PR Director: Flagship Station: Announcers: Visiting Team Hotel: Years in the IL: All time series: Boston Red Sox (1973) McCoy Stadium (10,031) LF - 325’, CF - 400’, RF - 325’ Grass Mike Tamburro Lou Schwechheimer Arnie Beyeler Rich Sauveur Gerald Perry Jon Jochim Bill Wanless WHJJ 920 AM Aaron Goldstein, Steve Hyder, Mike Logan Comfort Inn, (401) 723-6700 1973-present Pawtucket leads 359-349
CHIEFS vs. PAWTUCKET - 2011 Apr 14 SYRACUSE 3 Pawtucket 2 Apr 14 SYRACUSE 4 Pawtucket 1 Apr 15 Pawtucket 8 SYRACUSE 2 Apr 18 PAWTUCKET 5 Syracuse 1 Apr 19 PAWTUCKET 3 Syracuse 1 Apr 20 Syracuse 6 PAWTUCKET 3 Apr 21 PAWTUCKET 14 Syracuse 0 Jul 6 Pawtucket 2 SYRACUSE 0 Jul 7 SYRACUSE 8 Pawtucket 2 Jul 8 Pawtucket 5 SYRACUSE 4 Aug 20 Syracuse 3 PAWTUCKET 1 Aug 21 Syracuse 7 PAWTUCKET 4 Aug 22 PAWTUCKET 3 Syracuse 2 Aug 23 Syracuse 4 PAWTUCKET 2 Aug 24 SYRACUSE 3 Pawtucket 1 Aug 25 Pawtucket 12 SYRACUSE 4

CHIEFS vs. PAWTUCKET - 2012 Apr 16 at Syracuse Apr 17 at Syracuse Apr 18 at Syracuse Apr 19 at Syracuse Jun 18 at Syracuse Jun 19 at Syracuse Jun 20 at Syracuse Jun 21 at Syracuse Jul 7 at Pawtucket Jul 8 at Pawtucket Jul 16 at Pawtucket Jul 17 at Pawtucket Jul 18 at Pawtucket Jul 19 at Pawtucket Aug 8 at Pawtucket Aug 9 at Pawtucket

Boston Red Sox Top 10 Prospects
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
9. 10.

Will Middlebrooks - 3B Xander Bogaerts - SS Blake Swihart - C Anthony Ranaudo - RHP Bryce Brentz - OF Brandon Jacobs - OF Garin Cecchini - 3B Matt Barnes - RHP
Ryan Lavarnway - C Jackie Bradley - OF

Source: Baseball America

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ROCHESTER RED WINGS
One Morrie Silver Way Rochester, NY 14608 Phone: (585) 454-1001 Fax: (585) 454-1056 Press Box: (585) 454-1001 (x3095) www.redwingsbaseball.com Affiliate (1st year): Home Field: Dimensions: Playing Surface: President: General Manager: Manager: Pitching Coach: Hitting Coach: Trainer: PR Director: Flagship Station: Announcers: Visiting Team Hotel: Years in the IL: All time series: Minnesota Twins (2003) Frontier Field (10,840) LF - 335’, CF - 402’, RF - 322’ Grass Naomi Silver Dan Mason Gene Glynn Bobby Cuellar Tom Brunansky, Riccardo Ingram Tony Leo Chuck Hinkel 1280-AM WHTK, 1040-AM WYSL Josh Whetzel Crown Plaza-Rochester, (585) 546-3450 1885-89, 1891-92, 1895-present Rochester leads 786-667 (since 1934)
CHIEFS vs. ROCHESTER - 2011 May 1 Rochester 9 SYRACUSE 6 May 2 SYRACUSE 3 Rochester 2 May 21 Syracuse 2 ROCHESTER 0 May 22 Syracuse 9 ROCHESTER 3 May 23 ROCHESTER 5 Syracuse 0 May 24 ROCHESTER 10 Syracuse 4 June 25 SYRACUSE 10 Rochester 3 June 25 Rochester 6 SYRACUSE 2 June 26 Syracuse 9 ROCHESTER 2 June 27 Syracuse 11 ROCHESTER 2 Aug 26 Rochester 2 SYRACUSE 0 Aug 26 Rochester 3 SYRACUSE 2 Aug 27 SYRACUSE 4 Rochester 3 Sep 2 Syracuse 10 ROCHESTER 9 Sep 3 ROCHESTER 6 Syracuse 3

CHIEFS vs. ROCHESTER - 2012 Apr 5 at Syracuse Apr 6 at Syracuse Apr 24 at Rochester Apr 25 at Rochester Apr 26 at Rochester May 11 at Syracuse May 12 at Syracuse May 13 at Syracuse May 14 at Syracuse Jul 24 at Rochester Jul 25 at Rochester Jul 26 at Rochester Jul 27 at Rochester Sep 1 at Syracuse Sep 2 at Syracuse Sep 3 at Rochester

Minnesota Twins Top 10 Prospects
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Miguel Sano - 3B/SS Joe Benson - OF Eddie Rosario - 2B/OF Aaron Hicks - OF Oswaldo Arcia - OF Levi Michael - SS/2B Liam Hendricks - RHP Kyle Gibson - RHP Chris Parmelee - OF/1B Brian Dozier - SS/2B

Source: Baseball America

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SCRANTON/WILKES-BARRE YANKEES
P.O. Box 3449 Scranton, PA 18505 Phone: (570) 969-2255 Fax: (570) 963-6564 Press Box: (570) 496-1784 www.swbyankees.com Affiliate (1st year): Home Field: Dimensions: Playing Surface: President: Manager: Pitching Coach: Hitting Coach: Infield Coach: Trainer: PR Director: Flagship Station: Announcers: Visiting Team Hotel: Years in the IL: All time series: New York Yankees (2007) PNC Field (10,310) LF – 330’, CF – 408’, RF – 330’ Grass Kristen Rose Dave Miley Scott Aldred Butch Wynegar Frank Menechino Darren London Mike Vander Woude WICK 1400 AM Mike Vander Woude Radisson Lackawanna Station, (570) 558-3915 1989-present Scranton/WB leads 219-167
CHIEFS vs. SCRANTON/WB - 2011 Apr 23 SCRANTON/WB 4 Syracuse 2 Apr 23 Syracuse 2 SCRANTON/WB 0 Apr 24 SCRANTON/WB 3 Syracuse 2 Apr 25 SCRANTON/WB 2 Syracuse 1 Jun 11 SYRACUSE 3 Scranton/WB 2 Jun 12 Scranton/WB 5 SYRACUSE 4 Jun 13 Scranton/WB 8 SYRACUSE 3 Jun 14 Scranton/WB 3 SYRACUSE 1 Jul 22 Syracuse 8 SCRANTON/WB 3 Jul 23 SCRANTON/WB 5 Syracuse 2 Jul 24 SCRANTON/WB 7 Syracuse 2 Jul 25 SCRANTON/WB 15 Syracuse 1 Aug 12 SYRACUSE 7 Scranton/WB 4 Aug 13 SYRACUSE 4 Scranton/WB 2

CHIEFS vs. SCRANTON/WB - 2012
(all games to be played at Syracuse)

Apr 7 at Syracuse Apr 8 at Syracuse Apr 9 at Syracuse Apr 10 at Syracuse Apr 14 at Scranton/WB Apr 15 at Scranton/WB Jun 14 at Scranton/WB Jun 15 at Scranton/WB

Jun 16 at Scranton/WB Jun 17 at Scranton/WB Jul 12 at Syracuse Jul 13 at Syracuse Jul 14 at Scranton/WB Jul 15 at Scranton/WB Aug 12 at Syracuse Aug 13 at Syracuse

New York Yankees Top 10 Prospects
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Jesus Montero* - C Manny Banuelos - LHP Dellin Betances - RHP Gary Sanchez - C Mason Williams - OF Dante Bichette - 3B Ravel Santana - OF Austin Romine - C J.R. Murphy - C/3B Slade Heathcott - OF

*traded since list was published Source: Baseball America

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TOLEDO MUD HENS
406 Washington St. Toledo, OH 43604 Phone: (419) 725-4367 (HENS) Fax: (419) 725-4368 Press Box: (419) 725-4367 (x149) www.mudhens.com Affiliate (1st year): Home Field: Dimensions: Playing Surface: President/General Manager: Manager: Pitching Coach: Hitting Coach: Trainer: PR Director: Flagship Station: Announcers: Visiting Team Hotel: Years in the IL: All time series: Detroit Tigers (1987) Fifth Third Field (10,300) LF – 320’ CF – 400’ RF – 320’ Grass Joe Napoli Phil Nevin A.J. Sager Leon Durham Matt Rankin Jason Griffin WCWA 1230 AM Fox Sports Radio Jim Weber, Jason Griffin Park Inn Toledo - (419) 321-2098 1889, 1965-present Toledo leads 362-361
CHIEFS vs. TOLEDO - 2011 Apr 27 Toledo 6 SYRACUSE 2 Apr 27 Toledo 3 SYRACUSE 1 Apr 28 Toledo 7 SYRACUSE 2 Apr 29 Toledo 7 SYRACUSE 1 July 30 TOLEDO 4 SYRACUSE 3 July 31 TOLEDO 8 SYRACUSE 5 Aug 1 Syracuse 8 TOLEDO 3 Aug 2 Syracuse 17 TOLEDO 2

CHIEFS vs. TOLEDO - 2012 May 19 at Toledo May 20 at Toledo May 21 at Toledo May 22 at Toledo Aug 14 at Syracuse Aug 15 at Syracuse Aug 16 at Syracuse Aug 17 at Syracuse

Detroit Tigers Top 10 Prospects
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Jacob Turner - RHP Nick Castellanos - 3B Drew Smyly - LHP Casey Crosby - LHP Andy Oliver - LHP Brenny Paulino - RHP Rob Brantly - C Alex Burgos - LHP James McCann - C Avisail Garcia - C

Source: Baseball America

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2011 THRUWAY SERIES
APRIL 7 Syracuse 8, BUFFALO 5 8 BUFFALO 3, Syracuse 2 19 Rochester 3, BUFFALO 1 19 Rochester 2, BUFFALO 0 21 BUFFALO 4, Rochester 2 21 BUFFALO 4, Rochester 1 26 Buffalo 5, ROCHESTER 0 27 ROCHESTER 3, Buffalo 2 28 ROCHESTER 8, Buffalo 6 29 Buffalo 3, ROCHESTER 2 30 SYRACUSE 3, Rochester 0 MAY 1 2 21 22 23 24 AUGUST 1 Buffalo 9, ROCHESTER 6 2 ROCHESTER 7, Buffalo 3 8 SYRACUSE 8, Buffalo 2 9 SYRACUSE 3, Buffalo 2 10 SYRACUSE 6, Buffalo 1 11 Buffalo 3, SYRACUSE 2 26 ROCHESTER 2, Syracuse 0 26 ROCHESTER 3, Syracuse 2 27 Syracuse 4, ROCHESTER 3 28 BUFFALO 3, Rochester 1 29 BUFFALO 6, Rochester 5 31 Syracuse 3, BUFFALO 1 SEPTEMBER 1 Syracuse 6, BUFFALO 2 2 Syracuse 10, ROCHESTER 9 3 ROCHESTER 6, Syracuse 3

Rochester 9, SYRACUSE 6 SYRACUSE 3, Rochester 2 Syracuse 2, ROCHESTER 0 Syracuse 9, ROCHESTER 3 ROCHESTER 5, Syracuse 0 ROCHESTER 10, Syracuse 4

JUNE 24 SYRACUSE 10, Rochester 3 25 Rochester 6, SYRACUSE 2 26 Syracuse 9, ROCHESTER 2 27 Syracuse 11, ROCHESTER 2 JULY 2 Syracuse 6, BUFFALO 5 3 Syracuse 10, BUFFALO 4 4 SYRACUSE 4, Buffalo 2 5 Buffalo 11, SYRACUSE 6 14 BUFFALO 5, Rochester 3 15 BUFFALO 8, Rochester 4 16 ROCHESTER 4, Buffalo 2 17 Buffalo 13, ROCHESTER 4 19 SYRACUSE 4, Buffalo 3 20 SYRACUSE 7, Buffalo 6 20 SYRACUSE 9, Buffalo 5 21 Buffalo 5, SYRACUSE 2

2011 Thruway Series Standings W–L GB Syracuse 21-11 Buffalo 14-18 7 Rochester 13-19 8 PAST CHAMPIONS 1998 - Rochester 1999 - Syracuse 2000 - Buffalo 2001 - Buffalo 2002 - Buffalo 2003 - Rochester 2004 - Buffalo 2005 - Rochester 2006 - Buffalo 2007 - Buffalo 2008 - Rochester 2009 - Rochester 2010 - Syracuse 2011 - Syracuse

THRUWAY CONNECTION Players who played with Syracuse, Buffalo, and Rochester Syracuse 1952–55 1969 1999 1954–55 1997 1954–55 1936–37, 39 1999 1968 1935 1966 1944–45 1942, 48 Buffalo 1956 1955 2000 1959 1997–2000 1945–46, 56 1934 2001-02 1961 1929–31 1965 1937–39 1955–56 Rochester 1952 1964–68 2000 1962 1994–95 1949–51, 53 1935, 42 1996-98 1960 1934 1970 1931 1946

John Blatnik Steve Demeter Dave Hollins Joe Lonnett Jeff Manto Ed Mierkowicz Frank Pearce Nerio Rodriguez Bob Sadowski Oliver Sax Jack Tracy John Tyler Clyde Vollmer

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2012 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE UMPIRES
GERARD ASCANI...Age 29, 5’9”, 160 lbs., resides Metairie, LA. 2nd full year in Triple-A, 9th year overall SEAN BARBER...Age 26, 5’9”, 190 lbs., resides Lakeland, FL. 1st year in Triple-A, 7th year overall CRAIG BARRON...Age 31, 5’10”, 215 lbs., resides Fayetteville, GA. 3rd year in Triple-A, 8th year overall TOBY BASNER...Age 27, 5’10”, 172 lbs., resides Snellville, GA. 3rd year in Triple-A, 9th year overall SETH BUCKMINSTER...Age 30, 6’4”, 210 lbs., resides Fort Worth, TX. 1st year in Triple-A, 7th year overall KELVIN BULTRON...Age 33, 5’10”, 210 lbs., resides Canovanas, PR. 2nd year in Triple-A, 7th year overall JON BYRNE...Age 28, 5’10’’, 143 lbs., resides Thornlie, Australia. 2nd year in Triple-A, 8th year overall. VIC CARAPAZZA...Age 32, 6’0”, 170 lbs., resides Palm Harbor, FL. 4rd full year in Triple-A, 10th year overall TRAVIS CARLSON…Age 27, 6’6”, 215 lbs., resides Lake Harbor, FL. 1st year in Triple-A, 7th year overall JOHN CONRAD...Age 35, 6’0” 195 lbs., resides Wallingford, CT. 3rd year in Triple-A, 9th year overall CHRIS CONROY...Age 37, 6’4”, 230 lbs., resides North Adams, MA. 6th full year in Triple-A, 13th year overall MIKE ESTABROOK...Age 35, 6’0”, 185 lbs., resides Lambertville, NJ. 8th year in Triple-A, 14th year overall MANNY GONZALEZ...Age 32, 6’0”, 210 lbs., resides Valencia, Venezuela. 5th year in Triple-A, 11th year overall JEFF GOSNEY...Age 28, 5’11”, 185 lbs., resides Lakeland, FL. 2nd year in Triple-A, 7th year overall ADAM HAMARI...Age 28, 6’0”, 185 lbs., resides Marquette, MI. 2nd year in Triple-A, 7th year overall ANTHONY JOHNSON...Age 30, 5’9”, 160 lbs., resides McComb, MS. 1st year in Triple-A, 7th year overall WILL LITTLE...Age 28, 5’11”, 170 lbs., resides Fall Branch, TN. 1st year in Triple-A, 6th year overall MARK LOLLO...Age 30, 5’11’’, 205 lbs., resides New Lexington, OH. 4th year in Triple-A, 11th year overall BEN MAY...Age 30, 6’0”, 200 lbs., resides Racine, WI. 1st year in Triple-A, 6th year overall BRAD MEYERS...Age 32, 5’10”, 190 lbs., resides Holland, OH. 2nd full year in Triple-A, 9th year overall ALAN PORTER...Age 34, 5’10”, 200 lbs. resides Warminster, PA. 5th year in Triple-A, 11th year overall DAVID RACKLEY...Age 30, 5’10”, 175 lbs., resides Matthews, NC. 5th full year in Triple-A, 12th year overall JON SAPHIRE...Age 30, 6’3”, 215 lbs., resides Centerville, OH. 1st year in Triple-A, 8th year overall DAVID SOUCY…Age 29, 6’3”, 195 lbs., resides Bluffton, SC. 1st full year in Triple-A, 7th year overall CHRIS WARD...Age 31, 5’11”, 172 lbs., resides Ashland, KY. 3rd year in Triple-A, 9th year overall CHAD WHITSON...Age 30, 6’1”, 185 lbs., resides Dublin, OH. 2nd full year in Triple-A, 8th year overall 108

2011 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE UMPIRE CREWS
Crew #1 Tony Basner - CC Adam Hamari Seth Buckminster Crew #3 Craig Barron – CC Jon Byrne Will Little Crew #5 Manny Gonzalez - CC Chad Whitson David Soucy Ben May Crew #7 Chris Conroy - CC Chris Ward Jeff Gosney Anthony Johnson Crew #2 John Conrad - CC Gerard Ascani Jon Saphire Crew #4 Mark Lollo - CC Kelvin Bultron Sean Barber Crew #6 David Rackley - CC Brad Myers Travis Carlson Rovers: Vic Carapazza, Mike Estabrook, Alan Porter

2011 Schedule of Umpire Crews in Syracuse* April 13-17 Crew # April 26-May 3 Crew # May 13-16 Crew # May 17-20 Crew # May 26-29 Crew # June 7-10 Crew # June 11-14 Crew # June 24-25 Crew # June 28-July 1 Crew # July 4-8 Crew # July 9-10 Crew # July 16-21 Crew # July 26-29 Crew # August 8-9 Crew # August 12-15 Crew # August 16-19 Crew # August 24-27 Crew # September 4-5 Crew #

*Umpire schedule subject to change without notice

ALLIANCE BANK STADIUM GROUND RULES
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Any ball that hits the railing in front of either dugout (including photo pits) and bounces back into play is a live ball.. The top step of the dugout is live. The second step and below is dead. The screen behind home plate is in play. If the ball bounces off one of the steel rods that holds the screen up it is still a live ball. Any ball hit off of the batter’s eye and comes back into play is a home run. Any ball that hits the outfield trivision signs above the out-of-town manual scoreboard (green scoreboard in right/center field) and bounces back into play is a home run. If there is a gap between the stands and the field tarp and the ball gets caught in between, it’s a dead ball. If the ball hits the tarp and bounces back into play it’s a live ball.

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SYRACUSE CHIEFS MEDIA INFORMATION
CREDENTIALS - To obtain credentials for a Syracuse Chiefs home game, please make the request in writing on official letterhead to Jason Benetti, Alliance Bank Stadium, One Tex Simone Dr., Syracuse, NY 13208. Requests should be made at least 24 hours in advance. Credentials can be picked up at the Chiefs Receptionist Window through the main glass doors to the left of Home Plate Entry. Please note that credentials may be used by only the individual that requested their use and can be refused or revoked at any time by any member of the Syracuse Chiefs staff without warning. Only those individuals with current Chiefs press credentials will be allowed in the Press Box. Media credentials are not transferable. PHOTOGRAPHERS - Photographers must work out of stationary photo pit locations designated by club, adjacent to both dugouts; or from seating bowl area of the stadium. All photographers must have credentials. PRESS BOX - The press box is located on the Press Level (4 th level) of Alliance Bank Stadium directly behind home plate and is for the working press only. CLUBHOUSES - The Chiefs clubhouse is located on the stadium Service Level (1st level); entrance is at the third base stair tower. The visitors Clubhouse is located on the first base side of the stadium. Access to the Chiefs clubhouse is open to all media with credentials except 40 minutes prior to game time. The Chiefs clubhouse is open 20 minutes following the game to working press, unless a meeting is in progress at which time members must remain outside until the meeting has concluded or is closed at the manager’s request. There will be no admission to the clubhouse during rain delays. The visitors clubhouse is governed by the visiting club’s manager. Visitors in the clubhouse, including accredited media members, should conduct themselves in a professional manner. TRAINING ROOM – This area is strictly off limits to everyone except Chiefs players and staff. If there is a problem reaching someone, please contact Jason Benetti in the Chiefs office. FIELD - Those holding credentials will be admitted onto the field for pre-game interviews – however interviews must not interrupt pre-game routine (stretching, hitting, running, infield, etc.). Field and dugouts must be cleared of all media 40 minutes prior to game time. MEDIA INFORMATION - Game notes, statistics and rosters are available in the press box, at least two hours prior to game time. Anyone needing notes, stats, or rosters earlier should contact Jason Benetti at the Chiefs office at 474-7833 or jasonbenetti@gmail.com.

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COVERING THE CHIEFS
PRINT POST-STANDARD - Clinton Square, Syracuse, NY 13202; (315) 470-2153; Fax – 315-470-3019; Sports Editor - Charlie Miller TELEVISION STATIONS WSTM, NBC and WTVH, CBS - 1030 James Street, Syracuse, NY 13203 (315) 477-9464; Fax – 315-474-5122; Sports Director - John Evenson, Sports Reporter - Niko Tamurian WSYR, ABC - 5904 Bridge Street, E. Syracuse, NY 13057; (315) 446-3333; Fax – 315-446-9283; Sports Director - Steve Infanti, Sports Reporters - Sal Maneen and Lindsay Liquori YOUR NEWS NOW – 815 Erie Blvd. East, Syracuse, NY 13210; (315) 634-2351; Fax – 315-634-2351; Sports Director - Mark Larson, Sports Reporters - Brian Sandler, Brian Mueller and Alicia Pennisi TIME WARNER CABLE SPORTS – 6005 Fair Lakes Rd, East Syracuse, NY 13057; (315) 634-6200; General Manager - Doug Logan RADIO STATIONS THE SCORE 1260 WNSS – 1064 James St., Syracuse, NY 13203; (315) 472-0200; Fax – 315-472-1146; Program Director- Tom Mitchell, Afternoon Host/Sports Director– Brent Axe NEWSRADIO 570 WSYR - Bridgewater Place, 500 Plum Street, Syracuse, NY 13204; (315) 472-9797; Fax- 315-472-1904 (620 AM) & 315-472-2323 (570 AM); Program Director- Jason Furst ESPN RADIO 97.7FM - 235 Walton Street, Syracuse NY 13202; (315) 4729111

CHIEFS ON TELEVISION
Select Syracuse Chiefs games during the 2012 season will be broadcast live on Time Warner Cable Sports. Check local listings for updated dates. 2012 Broadcast Team (home games): Jason Benetti, Steve Grilli
Televised Games - Home and Away April 5 vs. Rochester - 2:00 PM July 13 vs. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre - 7:00 PM April 6 vs. Rochester - 4:00 PM July 24 @ Rochester - 7:00 PM April 20 vs. Buffalo - 7:00 PM July 25 @ Rochester - 7:00 PM April 21 vs. Buffalo - 2:00 PM July 26 @ Rochester - 11:00 AM April 24 @ Rochester - 7:00 PM July 27 @ Rochester - 7:00 PM April 25 @ Rochester - 7:00 PM August 2 @ Buffalo - 7:00 PM April 26 @ Rochester - 11:30 AM August 3 @ Buffalo - 7:00 PM May 11 vs. Rochester - 7:00 PM August 4 @ Buffalo - 7:00 PM May 12 vs. Rochester - 2:00 PM August 6 vs. Buffalo - 7:00 PM May 13 vs. Rochester - 2:00 PM August 7 vs. Buffalo - 7:00 PM May 14 vs. Rochester - 12:00 PM August 17 vs. Toledo - 7:00 PM June 12 vs. Lehigh Valley - 10:30 AM August 18 vs. Indianapolis - 7:00 PM June 14 vs. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre - 7:00 PM September 1 vs. Rochester - 7:00 PM July 4 vs. Buffalo - 6:30 PM September 2 vs. Rochester - 2:00 PM July 5 vs. Buffalo - 7:00 PM September 3 @ Rochester - 1:00 PM July 6 vs. Buffalo - 7:00 PM July 8 @ Pawtucket - 1:00 PM *Schedule subject to change

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ANNOUNCERS

Jason Benetti, Kevin Brown Jason Benetti, Kevin Brown Jason Benetti, Mike Couzens Bob McElligott, Jason Benetti Bob McElligott, Mark Lukasiewicz, Andrew Ardini Bob McElligott, Mark Lukasiewicz, Dan Bumpus, Brent Axe Bob McElligott, Mark Lukasiewicz, Jason Benetti Bob McElligott, Mark Lukasiewicz, Jason Benetti Bob McElligott, Mark Johnson, Greg Tobben Bob McElligott, Matt Park, Joel Mareiniss Bob McElligott, Joel Mareiniss, Bob Socci Bob McElligott, Joel Mareiniss, Mike Antonellis Ted DeLuca, Bob McElligott, Joel Mareiniss Ted DeLuca, Steve Hyder, Joel Mareiniss Ted DeLuca, Steve Hyder, Joel Mareiniss Ted DeLuca, Steve Hyder, Joel Mareiniss Joe Castellano, Joel Mareiniss Matt Vasgersian, Dan Hoard, Joel Mareiniss Doug Sherman, Dan Hoard, Joel Mareiniss Doug Sherman, Dan Hoard, Joel Mareiniss Dan Hoard, Joel Mareiniss Dan Hoard, Joel Mareiniss Dan Hoard, Joel Mareiniss Dan Hoard, Joel Mareiniss Dan Hoard, Ken Levine Dan Hoard Dan Hoard, Steve Grilli Dan Hoard, Steve Grilli Sean McDonough, Steve Grilli, Dick Grossman Sean McDonough, Greg Papa, Craig Minervini, Gary Mendelow Sean McDonough, Greg Papa, John Gorchow, John Stashower Bob Black, Bob Licht, Tag Watherspoon Bob Black, Bob Licht John Harmon John Harmon John Harmon Tom Pipines John Harmon John Harmon John Harmon John Harmon John Harmon John Harmon, Jack Morse John Harmon, Jack Morse John Harmon, Jack Morse John Harmon, Jack Morse John Harmon, Jack Morse Abe Albright, Jack Morse Abe Albright, John Scott Abe Albright Carl Eilenberg, Marv Albert, Hank Greenwald Carl Eilenberg Al Meltzer Jim Gordon Jim Gordon Red Parton Red Parton Red Parton Red Parton Red Parton Leo Bolley, Herm Carneill Nick Stemmler Nick Stemmler Nick Stemmler Nick Stemmler Nick Stemmler Nick Stemmler Nick Stemmler Nick Stemmler

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RULES OF INTEREST
PLAYER LIMITS: The maximum number of players on the Active Roster of a Class AAA Club shall be 24 from Opening Day through the end of the championship season. QUALIFYING MARKS: To qualify for a league batting title, a player must have a minimum of 383 plate appearances. To qualify for an 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. EARNED RUN AVERAGE: Multiply the number of earned runs by nine; divide that total by the number of innings pitched. SAVE: A pitcher is credited with a save when he meets all three of 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 qualifies under one of the following conditions: (a) he enters the game with a lead of no more than three runs and pitches at least one IP; or (b) he enters the game with the potential tying run either on base, or on deck; or (c) he pitches effectively for at least three innings BLOWN SAVE: When a relief pitcher enters a game in a save situation and departs or the game ends with the save situation no longer in effect because he has given up the lead, he is charged with a “blown save.” SLUGGING PERCENTAGE: Divide the total bases of all hits by the total number of official at bats. ON-BASE PERCENTAGE: Add the total of hits, walks and hit by pitches and divide by the total of at bats, walks, hit by pitches and sacrifice flies. FIELDING PERCENTAGE: Divide the total sum of putouts and assists by the total of putouts, assists and errors. WINNING PERCENTAGE: Divide the number of games won by the total number of games played. CONSECUTIVE GAME HITTING STREAKS: A consecutive game hitting streak shall not be terminated if all of the players’ plate appearances (one or more) result in a base on balls, hit batsman, defensive interference or a sacrifice bunt. The streak shall be terminated if the player has a sacrifice fly and no hits. CONSECUTIVE GAME PLAYING STREAK: A playing streak shall be extended if the player plays one half inning on defense, or if he completes a time at bat by reaching base or by being put out. A pinch running appearance shall not extend the streak. If a player is ejected from a game before he can comply with the requirements of this rule, his streak shall continue. MAGIC NUMBER: Determine the number of games yet to be played, add one, and then subtract the number of games ahead in the loss column of the standings from the closest opponent. DAY OR NIGHT GAME: Any game scheduled to start after 6 PM will be considered a night game. If a game is scheduled to start at 6 PM and is delayed, it will be considered a night game. Both games of a twi-night doubleheader will be considered night games. When a day-night doubleheader is scheduled and separate admissions are charged, they will be counted as one day game and one night game and will not be considered a doubleheader. MAJOR LEAGUE ROOKIE STATUS: Not more than 130 at bats or 50 innings pitched in the major leagues during a previous season or seasons; not more than 45 days on a major league roster during the 25-man player limit (excluding time in military service or on the disabled list). A MAJOR LEAGUE YEAR: A full year of service in the major leagues consists of 172 days.

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WAIVERS: A permission granted from all 30 Major League clubs to assign a Major League player’s contract to another Major League team or a minor league affiliate. Such permission is granted only for a specific period of time. The actual request is filed through the Commissioner’s Office and is not disclosed to the public until the contract is rewarded. PROCEDURES FOR OBTAINING WAIVERS:  May request 7 players on any given business day  The waivers must be requested by 2 PM EST on any business day  Waiver claiming period expires on the second business day after the initial request at 1 PM EST  A Club desiring the assignment of a player on the waiver wire must submit a claim prior to 1 PM EST on the last day of the claiming period  Priority for the waiver claim award is given to the Club with the lowest winning percentage in the player’s league when there are multiple claims submitted for the same player  If only one claim is entered, the claiming Club is eligible to be awarded the player contract  There is no specific limit on the number of claims that may be submitted on a particular day. However, no Club is permitted to exceed the 40-man or the 25-man roster limit.  If a Club is awarded a player on a waiver claim that causes it to exceed the 40-man or 25man roster limit, it must designate a different player for assignment. TYPES OF WAIVERS OUTRIGHT WAIVERS – this type of irrevocable waiver needs to be secured in order to Outright a player. An outright is to assign a player to a club’s minor league affiliate without the right of recall. In other words, to remove a player from the 40-man roster. Also a player who has exhausted his options must clear this type of waiver if the club wishes to assign him to a minor league affiliate. An outright waiver secured is good for the entire waiver period. These waivers are needed from the 31st day of the season through August 31. SPECIAL WAIVERS – also irrevocable, the special waiver is used for the same purpose as an outright waiver. One difference is these waivers are used from September 1 to the 30 th day of the following season. A secured special waiver is good for seven days, as opposed to being good for an entire period like the outright waiver. UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE WAIVER – this irrevocable waiver is used for the purpose of an unconditional release of a player. At the time of the request, the player shall be removed from all player limits. A player may be informed of the clubs intention to release him on a weekend, but the actual waiver process won’t begin until the following business day. If the player has been claimed, he must be informed at the end of the two-day period that his contract has been claimed. The player has five days from the time he was notified of the claim to either accept the assignment or terminate his contract. If the player terminates his contract, he forfeits termination pay. MAJOR LEAGUE WAIVER – this type of revocable waiver is common and it is used to either option a player to a club’s minor league affiliate or assign a player outright to another Major League Club from August 1st to the end of the regular season. A player claimed on this type of waiver may be pulled back by the requesting Club (waiver withdrawal). A claimed player pulled back by the requesting Club may not be assigned and cannot be placed on waivers again (except for unconditional released waiver) for 30 days. When Major League Waivers are asked for a 2nd time in the same period the request shall state that it is irrevocable. ASSIGNMENT OF PLAYER CONTRACTS  When a player with five or more years of major league service is asked by his club to consent to an assignment to a Minor League Club, he has three choices: 1. Accept the assignment 2. Refuse the assignment 3. Elect Free Agency  Any player who has at least three years of MLS and whose contract is assigned outright to a Minor League Club may elect, in lieu of accepting such assignment, to become a free agent.  Any player whose contract is assigned outright to a Minor League Club for second time or any subsequent time in his career may elect, in lieu of accepting such assignment, to become a free agent. Unlike a player with five or more years of MLS, this type of player does not have the option of refusing the assignment. OPTIONAL ASSIGNMENT: To assign a player from the active 25-man roster to a Minor League Club with the right of recall. The player remains on the 40-man roster.

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LIMITS ON OPTIONAL ASSIGNMENTS: An optional assignment of a player contract shall be permitted for not more than three seasons between Major League Clubs and Minor League Clubs; provided that if the player is optioned for less than a total of 20 days in one season, as determined by the date(s) of the optional assignment(s) and recall(s), respectively, the player shall not be charged with an optional transfer in connection with the foregoing limitation. EXCEPTION: Contracts of Major League players who, prior to the commencement of the current season, have been credited with less than five seasons in professional baseball shall be eligible for a fourth optional assignment, without waivers, during that season. For purposes of this Rule 11(c), 90 days or more on the Active List during a championship season shall constitute a “season of service.” While time spent on any Inactive List shall not be counted toward the 90 days required before a season’s service is credited, if a player is placed on the Disabled List after the player has been credited with 60 or more days of service in any particular season, the DL time shall be counted to the player’s credit. No optional assignment shall be permitted for a player unless the player is under contract for service in the season for which the optional agreement is effective. If, prior to an optional assignment, a player had at least three months active service in a Minor League classification, the player may not be optionally assigned to a lower classification unless the player is paid at the salary rate for the higher classification from which the player entered the Major Leagues. RECALL: To add a player from a ML Club’s 40-man roster to the 25-man roster. This player must serve at least 10 days on option in order to be recalled unless he is replacing a player placed on the disabled list. OUTRIGHT ASSIGNMENT: Major to Minor – to assign a player to the Club’s minor league affiliate without the right of recall. The player is removed from the 40-man roster. DESIGNATED FOR ASSIGNMENT: When a Club has reached its 40- and/or 25-man roster limit, and reinstates a player or acquires a new player, it must designate another player for assignment or release a player. If the Club is going to assign the player, it must do so within 10 days. WAIVER PRICES: Major League, Special and Outright Waivers are $20,000 or $25,000, while Unconditional Waivers are $1.00. MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE  Is credited for each day the player appears on an active roster or major league disabled or suspended list.  In the case of a player called up from the minor leagues, is credited beginning with the date he physically reports.  In the case of a player sent down to the minor leagues, is credited through the date of the assignment.  In the case of a player who is unconditionally released, is credited through the date waivers were requested.  In the case of a player designated for release or assignment, is credited after the designation, through the date of the actual assignment or the request for unconditional release waivers.  For a player who appears on his club’s opening day roster, is credited as of the earliest scheduled opener, without regard to the actual opening date of his own club.  Is credited at the rate of 172 days per “year”, though the season is actually 182 days long.  Is not credited during any period or periods of optional assignment totaling 20 days or more during a single season. ROOKIE QUALIFICATION: A player shall be considered a rookie unless, during a previous season or seasons, he has (a) exceeded 130 at bats or 50 innings pitched in the major leagues; or (b) accumulated more than 45 days on the active roster of a major league club or clubs during the period of a 25-man limit (excluding time in military service and time on the disabled list). DISABLED LIST: An injured Minor League Player may be placed on this list during the championship season only. A player on the Disabled List must remain there for a minimum period of seven days before the player can be reinstated to the Active List. A player on the Disabled List does not count against a Club’s Active List limits, but does count against a Club’s Reserve List limits. 115

SYRACUSE BASEBALL WALL OF FAME
The Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame was established in 1998 in conjunction with the 140 th Anniversary of the first organized baseball team in Syracuse. The criteria to be considered for induction are as follows: 1. – First 75 Years of Professional Baseball (1858-1933) 2. – Former Chiefs/SkyChiefs (1934-present) 3. – CNY player or affiliated with professional baseball 4. – Contributor to the game of baseball On August 18, the Class of 2012 will be inducted to the Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame prior to the Chiefs game vs. Indianapolis. This year’s class of inductees includes: Class of 2012 Carlos Delgado is a two-time Major League All-Star who played for the Chiefs during the 199495 seasons. Though his time in Syracuse was limited, Delgado made it count. The first baseman hit 41 HR for the Chiefs in 176 games. He led the Chiefs to the Governors’ Cup finals in ‘94 and was selected as an International League All-Star in ‘95. In the Major Leagues, Delgado hit 473 career home runs. Frank Riccelli is a 1971 Christian Brothers Academy graduate who was a three-time All-CNY First Team pitcher. At CBA, the left-hander once struck out 20 batters in a one-hit effort against Bishop Ludden. The San Francisco Giants’ drafted Riccelli with their 1st Round pick in ’71 (18th overall). He played three Major League seasons with the Giants and Houston Astros. Pitching for Charleston in 1978, Riccelli led the International League with a 2.78 ERA. Riccelli was the Chiefs opening day starter in 1982. Stu Pederson played 473 games in a Syracuse uniform from 1988-92 and was a member of the Chiefs ‘89 International League pennant-winning club. Among the highlights of his Syracuse career was a walk-off grand slam to win the final game of the ‘91 season. That same year on August 25, the Chiefs held “Stu Pederson Night.” He remains one of the all-time Syracuse fan favourites. Scott McGregor pitched for the Chiefs from 1974-76. McGregor earned International League Pitcher of the Year honors in ‘74 and was an IL All-Star selection in ‘76. He went on to play 13 seasons for the Baltimore Orioles, posting a career record of 138-108 and a 3.99 ERA. McGregor pitched in both the ’79 and ’83 World Series. Dan Clark played second base and the outfield for the Syracuse Stars in 1926. That year he set three Syracuse Stars records. Clark played three seasons in the Major Leagues with the Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox, and St. Louis Cardinals. Philip S. Ryder was an instrumental investor in the Syracuse Stars semi-pro franchise. He served as the Stars first president from 1874-1877. Thanks to Ryder, the Stars became a professional team in 1876. Ryder was also involved with the Syracuse baseball booster club for 40 years.

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SYRACUSE BASEBALL WALL OF FAME MEMBERS (Year of Induction) Grover Cleveland Alexander (1998) Mike Barlow (2003) Charles “Red” Barrett (1998) Mike Bragman (2004) Dave Bergman (2003) Rick Bladt (2002) Len Boehmer (2001) Jim Bottomley (1999) Jerry Brooks (2011) Wally Cazen (2002) Cupid Childs (2009) Alan Closter (2006) Jack Corbett (2000) Bobby Cox (2008) Babe Dahlgren (2009) Dominic “Del” Dallessandro (2005) Bill Dinneen (1998) Frank DiPino (2002) Dutch Dotterer (2004) Dutch Dotterer Jr. (2007) Mike Dorgan (2002) Howard Ehmke (2004) Jewel Ens (2000) Tony Fernandez (2003) Jack Fifield (2004) Rob Gardner (1999) Johnny Gee (2001) Carden Gillenwater (2004) Pat Gillick (2008) Dave Giusti (1998) Shawn Green (2010) Sandy Griffin (2003) Steve Grilli (2006) Ron Guidry (2007) John Harmon (2005) Earl Harrist (2010) Anthony Henninger (2002) Thomas W. Higgins (2006) William Hofmann Sr. (2009) Willie Horton (2000) Dixie Howell (2002) Tom Henke (2000) Lou Johnson (2011) John Johnstone (2005) Chris Jones (2010) Mack Jones (1998) Bob Keegan (2006) Billy Kelly (1999) Ted Kleinhans (2008) Mickey Klutts (2004) Joseph Kren (2011) Rick Leach (2009) Dave Lemanczyk (2001) Gene Locklear (2011) John L. “Pepper” Martin (2005) Gus Mancuso (2011) Frank McCormick (2001) Henry McCormick (2003) Fred McGriff (2007) Albert “Dutch” Mele (1999) Thurman Munson (2005) Conny Murphy (2006) Jim Northrup (2001) Jimmy Outlaw (1999) Jim Owens (2005) Red Parton (2003) Geno Petralli (2009) Vic Power (2008) Jim Prendergast (2011) Jon Ratliff (2009) Dick Rockwell (2007) Goody Rosen (2003) Dick Ryan (2010) Hank Sauer (1998) William “Doc” Scanlan (2006) Frank “Wildfire” Schulte (2001) Bob Shawkey (2000) Ed Shokes (2000) Tex Simone (2001) Lawrence Skiddy (1999) Willie Smith (2004) Randy St. Claire (2009) Mickey Stanley (2010) Frank Tepedino (2006) Tommy Thevenow (2008) George “Specs” Torporcer (2007) Otto Velez (2007) Frank Verdi (1999) Don Waful (2010) Jim Walsh (2002) Greg “Boomer” Wells (2008) Terry Whitfield (2008) Vic Willis (2005) George “Hooks” Wiltse (2000)

Syracuse Baseball Wall of Fame Committee: Ron Gersbacher, Tom Leo, John Simone, Tex Simone, Bob Snyder

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