January 2014

Jerseys of the Rattlers – 2012 Star Wars

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers have worn many jerseys since 1995. There have been throwbacks, pinks, camouflage, batting practice, sleeveless, the regular ones that were worn for most games, and a few that you may have forgotten. This feature is to take a look at those jerseys.

The fifth Star Wars night in team history was held on June 9, 2012.

This version of the jersey is based on Return of the Jedi.

The unfinished Death Star is the hint.

The unfinished Death Star is the hint.

I’m not sure if this is what the numbers looked like in that movie.

The red numbers stand out from the black jersey.

The red numbers stand out from the black jersey.

The Millennium Falcon in action.

It's the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs.

It’s the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs.

The shortstop’s head was not in the previous picture.  Who was at short for the Rattlers that day?

Adrian Williams at shortstop for that game.

Adrian Williams at shortstop for that game.

Here’s another good action shot from that game.

Use the Force, Brandon.

Use the Force, Brandon Macias.

I don’t have a good shot of the patch on the right sleeve.  But, it looks like Fang is using a lightsaber for a bat.   That seems like a bad idea.

Make A Wish.

Make A Wish.

The Timber Rattlers beat Beloit 4-0 in this Star Wars game.  Tommy Toledo pitched the final 2-2/3 innings to close out the Snappers.

This pitch is about to make the jump to light speed.

This pitch is about to make the jump to light speed.

Almost forgot the annual shot of Darth Vader with the manager.

Matt Erickson is the one wearing the Timber Rattlers Star Wars jersey.

Matt Erickson is the one wearing the Timber Rattlers Star Wars jersey.

There aren’t any jerseys in this photo. I like it because it’s a pretty cool shot.

Yep. Pretty cool shot.

Yep. Pretty cool shot.

Past Posts on Jerseys:

2006 Throwbacks

2007 Throwbacks

2008 Throwbacks

BP Tops 2004-2009

Pinstripes and BP Tops of 1995-1997

Sleeveless 1998-2002

1997 Throwbacks

2012 Military Appreciation

2010 Mother’s Day

2013 Outdoors Night

2008 Stars & Stripes

2009 Star Wars

2008 Star Wars

2010 & 2011 Star Wars

Wild Card Wednesday – Minnesota Twins

If you ever put me under oath, I would most likely admit that the interlocked TC logo and the powder blue jerseys of the Minnesota Twins were pretty, pretty cool.

How many of these guys look like baseball players?

How many of these guys look like baseball players?

In his playing days, Jose Morales was known as Jose “Two Bats” Morales.

Roger Erickson had an odd feeling of deja vu when he posed for his Fleer card.

Roger Erickson had an odd feeling of deja vu when he posed for his Fleer card.

Glenn Adams was the hitting coordinator for the Seattle Mariners when the Timber Rattlers were affiliated with Seattle.  Geoff Zahn!

Come on, Glen! Smile!

Come on, Glenn Borgmann! Smile!

How cool is it that Darrell Jackson’s Fleer card featurs him holding a bat?  Eric Soderholm was the #1 overall pick of the draft that was held in January of 1968.

The 1975 season became known as "The Year Eric wore glasses".

The 1975 season became known as “The Year Eric started to wear glasses”.

I’ll be honest here.  I got Steve Braun and Steve Brye mixed up.  Braun never played for the Brewers.  Brye did.  You can see Brye’s 1975 card up in the top row of the first image.  Johnny Briggs played with the Brewers and went to the Twins during the 1975 season in a trade for Bobby Darwin.  Briggs did not play the 1976 season with the Twins.  Instead, he went to play part of 1976 in Japan.

Brewers represent!

Brewers represent!

Gene Mauch made sure that the 1978 Twins team picture looked perfect.  Ray Miller managed parts of two seasons with Minnesota before being replaced by Tom Kelly.  He has also managed and been a pitching coach for the Baltimore Orioles.  Ron Washington!

Jerry Terrell was the manager of the Burlington Bees in 2000.

Jerry Terrell was the manager of the Burlington Bees in 2000.

That 1976 Dan Ford card is exactly what I was talking about when I said that “the interlocked TC logo and the powder blue jerseys of the Minnesota Twins were pretty, pretty cool.”

"Disco" Dan Ford may have had the most 1970's nickname ever.

“Disco” Dan Ford may have had the most 1970’s nickname ever.

Bert Blyleven with no facial hair looks weird.  Notice the patch on the sleeve of Rod Carew.  That’s the representation of the cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul shaking hands.  Seriously.

Both these players are in Cooperstown.

Both these players are in Cooperstown.

This is my new favorite baseball card…ever.

I love this card.

I love this card.

Past Wild Card Wednesdays:

New York Mets

Seattle Mariners

Toronto Blue Jays

Montreal Expos

Pittsburgh Pirates

New York Yankees

Boston Red Sox

St. Louis Cardinals

Chicago White Sox

Baltimore Orioles

Kansas City Royals

Philadelphia Phillies

Atlanta Braves

Oakland A’s

Tater Tuesday – Sean Peless (2002)

Welcome to Tater Tuesday on the blog. Each week I’ll take a look at home runs or – as the Great George Scott called them – taters. Usually, this will be home runs by a Timber Rattlers player.

Sean Peless led the Rattlers in homers in 2002.  He also hit the only walkoff home run for the team that season.

Sean Peless led the Rattlers in homers in 2002. He also hit the only walkoff home run for the team that season.

Sean Peless was the Opening Night first baseman for the Timber Rattlers.  He had three multi-homer games, hit a walkoff home run, and led the team in homers during the 2002 season.

I do not have full details on his first two-homers, hit during an 8-5 win over the Burlington Bees during the second game of a doubleheader on April 11.   My hockey duties had me driving into Burlington from a playoff series in that night.

HR #1
Date: April 11 – Game 2
Opponent: Burlington Bees
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Brian Bass
Inning: 5th
Outs: ??
Score Before Homer: ???
Type: ???
Score After Homer: ???

HR #2
Date: April 11 – Game 2
Opponent: Burlington Bees
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Rich Zary
Inning: 8th
Outs: ??
Score Before Homer: ???
Type: ???
Score After Homer: ???
Notes: The Rattlers won the game 8-5.  Peless drove in five runs in the game.  I think one of the homers was a two-run shot and the other plated three runs.

HR #3
Date: April 16
Opponent: Quad City River Bandits
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: Joseph Durbin
Inning: 4th
Outs: 2
Score Before Homer: Quad City 2, Wisconsin 1
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 2, Quad City 2

HR #4
Date: April 16
Opponent: Quad City River Bandits
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: Matt Vorwald
Inning: 9th
Outs: 0
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 3, Quad City 3
Type: Two-run
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 5, Quad City 3
Note: This was the walk-off home run.

HR #5
Date: April 18
Opponent: Quad City River Bandits
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: Josmir Romero
Inning: 2nd
Outs: 1
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 1, Quad City 1
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 2, Quad City 1

HR #6
Date: April 23
Opponent: Clinton LumberKings
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: Don Levinski
Inning: 4th
Outs: 2
Score Before Homer: Clinton 3, Wisconsin 0
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Clinton 3, Wisconsin 1

HR #7
Date: April 23
Opponent: Clinton LumberKings
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: David Maust
Inning: 6th
Outs: 2
Score Before Homer: Clinton 4, Wisconsin 1
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Clinton 4, Wisconsin 2

HR #8
Date: May 28
Opponent: Dayton Dragons
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Daylan Childress
Inning: 7th
Outs: 0
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 2, Dayton 2
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 3, Dayton 2

HR #9
Date: June 2
Opponent: South Bend Silver Hawks
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: Matt Wilkinson
Inning: 2nd
Outs: 1
Score Before Homer: South Bend 2, Wisconsin 1
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 12, South Bend 2

HR #10
Date: July 13
Opponent: Quad City River Bandits
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Jim Abbott
Inning: 5th
Outs: 0
Score Before Homer: Quad City 8, Wisconsin 0
Type: Two-run
Score After Homer: Quad City 8, Wisconsin 2

HR #11
Date: July 30
Opponent: Quad City River Bandits
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: Erik Lohse
Inning: 2nd
Outs: 0
Score Before Homer: Quad City 1, Wisconsin 0
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 1, Quad City 1

HR #12
Date: August 23
Opponent: Peoria Chiefs
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Justin Pope
Inning: 5th
Outs: 0
Score Before Homer: Peoria 2, Wisconsin 0
Type: Two-run
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 2, Peoria 2

Tater Tuesday Archives:
Wladimir Balentien – 2004

George Scott – 1975

Matt Hagen – 2003

Khris Davis – 2010

Ron Garth – 2006-2008

2012 Postseason Homers

David Ortiz – 1996

Mike Wilson – 2005

One Homer Rattlers – 2009-2013

One Homer Rattlers – 2000-2008

Juan Silvestre – 1999

Justin Leone – 2000

Shawn McCorkle – 2000

John Castellano – 2001

Rattler Alumni Report – Winter League Games through 1/12/14

We are one week closer to the start of Spring Training for the 2014 season.  But, there is still meaningful baseball going on in the Winter Leagues.

Jason Rogers is playing in the Dominican League Playoffs.

Jason Rogers is playing in the Dominican League Playoffs.

Australia is still in their regular season.  The Caribbean Leagues are in the playoffs.  Let’s take a look!

Australia:
Melbourne Aces (18-20):
Eric Marzec: 10 games; 0-2, 0 saves, 2 save opportunities; 6.39ERA; 12.2IP, 6BB, 16K, 1.50 WHIP

Sydney Blue Sox (19-19):
Craig Anderson: 10 games, 10 starts; 4-4, 3.27 ERA; 66.0IP, 14BB, 38K; 1.39 WHIP

PLAYOFFS:

Dominican Republic Round Robin:

Aguilas Cibaenas (6-8):
Juan Diaz: 8 games, .000/.095/.000; [0-for-19]; 0HR, 0RBI
Edward Paredes: 9 games; 1-0, 2.84 ERA; 6.1IP, 2BB, 7K, 0.95 WHIP
Juan Sandoval: 3 games; 0-0, 0.00 ERA; 1.2IP, 2BB, K; 2.40 WHIP

Leones del Escogido (9-5):
Jason Rogers: 9 games; .148/.219/.185; 0HR, 2RBI

Tigres del Licey (7-7):
Carlos Triunfel: 1 game; 0-for-1

Puerto Rico Round Robin:

Criollos de Caguas (4-4):
Yadiel Rivera: 4 games; .286/.375/.429; 0HR, 0 RBI
Bobby Livingston: 2 games, 2 start; 0-2, 27.00 ERA; 2.0IP, 5BB, 0K, 5.00 WHIP
Efrain Nieves: 1 game, 1 start; 1-0, 0.00 ERA; 5.0 IP, 2BB, 5K, 1.00 WHIP

Indios de Mayaguez (7-1):
Martin Maldonado: 8 games; .222/.382/.370; 0HR, 3RBI

Leones de Ponce (4-4):
Jeff Dominguez: 8 games; .286/.344/.429; 0 HR, 6RBI
Rene Rivera: 8 games; .360/.448/.520; 0 HR, 3 RBI
Joel Pineiro: 2 games, 2 starts; 0-0, 0.73 ERA; 12.1IP, 3BB, 2K, 0.81 WHIP

Venezuela Round Robin:

Aguilas del Zulia (1-7):
Austin Bibens-Dirkx: 1 game, 1 start; 0-0, 7.71ERA; 4.2IP, BB, 3K, 0.86 WHIP

Jerseys of the Rattlers – 2010 & 2011 Star Wars

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers have worn many jerseys since 1995. There have been throwbacks, pinks, camouflage, batting practice, sleeveless, the regular ones that were worn for most games, and a few that you may have forgotten. This feature is to take a look at those jerseys.

Wisconsin hosted their third and fourth Star Wars Nights during the 2010 & 2011 seasons.  These Star Wars Nights were different from the others due to a simple fact.  The team wore the same jersey design both years.

The 2010 Star Wars Night was held on June 12:

The design was based on the armor worn by the Imperial Stormtroopers.

It looks a lot less threatening on a mascot.

It looks a lot less threatening on a mascot.

Here’s a closeup on the logo.  Yes, the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Wisconsin was the sponsor for these.

The snake in the logo even got into the act.

The snake in the logo even got into the act.

Here’s the actual armor.  It’s a lot more intimidating when they aren’t doing the YMCA!

But, you get the general idea.

But, you get the general idea.

Rattlers manager Jeff Isom did not feel like Force Choking someone that day.

Thumbs up indeed!

Thumbs up indeed!

Jake Odorizzi was the starter on that day for the Timber Rattlers.  He allowed four runs on four hits and four walks with no strikeouts over four innings.  The Force was not with him on this day.

Jake Odorizzi on the mound.

Odorizzi on the mound.

Scooter Gennett was the second baseman for the Rattlers.  He went 1-for-5 with a run scored.

Scooter at second!

Scooter at second!

Cutter Dykstra was at third base in this 2010 game.  He also went 1-for-5, but he hit a two-run home run.

This photo looks nothing like Cutter.

This photo looks nothing like Cutter.

The 2011 Star Wars Night was held on June 11 and manager Matt Erickson got into the “Pose with Vader” tradition.

They trusted Matt with a blaster.

They trusted Matt with a blaster.

The 2011 Timber Rattlers who would participate in the All-Star Game at Quad Cities were introduced to the fans before the game.  From left to right that should be: Mike Walker, Austin Ross, Tyler Thornburg, and Chris Dennis.

Mike Walker is hiding from the camera...apparently.

Mike Walker is hiding his face from the camera…apparently.

Robbie Garvey was on First Pitch duties that day.

And that's what the #2 looks like in the Star Wars universe.

And that’s what the #2 looks like in the Star Wars universe.

Past Posts on Jerseys:

2006 Throwbacks

2007 Throwbacks

2008 Throwbacks

BP Tops 2004-2009

Pinstripes and BP Tops of 1995-1997

Sleeveless 1998-2002

1997 Throwbacks

2012 Military Appreciation

2010 Mother’s Day

2013 Outdoors Night

2008 Stars & Stripes

2009 Star Wars

2008 Star Wars

Wild Card Wednesday – Oakland A’s

Wild Card Wednesday returns in 2014 with a look at the Oakland Athletics and their glorious uniforms!

Their Glorious Golden Uniforms!

The Gene Tenace card is from 1972.  The Sal Bando card is from 1976.  Yes. I crossed out A’s and put in Brewers when he signed with Milwaukee on November 19, 1976.

Gene Tenace at the plate and.... WHAMMY!

Gene Tenace at the plate and…. WHAMMY!

I knew that Tony Armas, Wayne Gross, and Dwayne Murphy were with Oakland for awhile…but for that long?

The same guys in four seasons.

The same guys in four seasons.

This series shows the progression of style in both hairdos and facial hair.  Dick Bosman goes from straight hair and clean-shaven in 1976 to a perm and a mustache in 1977.  Jeff Jones and Mike Norris both go from clean-shaven to mustachioed.  Jim Todd goes from mustache to full beard.

Dick Bosman has one pose and he has no problem with that.

Also, Dick Bosman has one pose and he has no problem with that.

This series of cards could be used for a battery in an A’s game in all three seasons shown.

Teammates!

Teammates!

Don’t stare at the Dave McKay cards too long.  You will lose track of time.

Rob

Rob Picciolo was a Brewer!

The 1978 A’s don’t believe in everyone wearing the same uniform for the team photo.  Top Row: Gold-Green-Gold-Green-Gold-Green-Gold-Green-Gold…The coaching staff in the center going with the white jerseys and the guy on the far right is wearing the white hat with the gold jersey….INDIVIDUALS!!!

Check out the Checkered Sports Jacket on the left!

Check out the Checkered Sports Jacket on the left!

Rickey doesn’t have time to do more than one photo shoot a year.

Pretty sure the two cards (Middle & Right) are County Stadium.

Pretty sure the two cards (Middle & Right) were taken at Milwaukee County Stadium.

BILLY BALL!

Posing for baseball cards may have been the least favorite thing that Billy Martin did.

Posing for baseball cards may have been the least favorite thing that Billy Martin did.

Let’s take a look at the back of this card:

I think this covers only about HALF of Billy's managerial jobs.

I think this covers only about HALF of Billy’s managerial jobs.

Past Wild Card Wednesdays:

New York Mets

Seattle Mariners

Toronto Blue Jays

Montreal Expos

Pittsburgh Pirates

New York Yankees

Boston Red Sox

St. Louis Cardinals

Chicago White Sox

Baltimore Orioles

Kansas City Royals

Philadelphia Phillies

Atlanta Braves

Tater Tuesday – John Castellano (2001)

John Castellano led the Timber Rattlers in several offensive categories in 2001.

John Castellano led the Timber Rattlers in several offensive categories in 2001.

Welcome to Tater Tuesday on the blog. Each week I’ll take a look at home runs or – as the Great George Scott called them – taters. Usually, this will be home runs by a Timber Rattlers player.

John Castellano joined the Seattle Mariners organization from the Long Island Ducks of the independent Atlantic League.  He was originally drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 66th round of the 1997 draft.

Castellano was not on the opening day roster of the Timber Rattlers in 2001, but it didn’t take him long to join the team as he played his first game as a Rattler on April 19.  His first appearance was a pinch-hit, two-run double in the bottom of the ninth.

He would lead the team in average (.334), doubles (34), RBI (81), and – as you might expect since he is featured on Tater Tuesday – home runs (14).

HR #1
Date: May 10
Opponent: Cedar Rapids Kernels
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Adam Thomas
Inning: 5th
Outs: 2
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 5, Cedar Rapids 1
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 6, Cedar Rapids 1

HR #2
Date: May 13
Opponent: Dayton Dragons
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Thad Markray
Inning: 5th
Outs: 2
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 4, Dayton 0
Type: Two-run
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 6, Dayton 0

HR #3
Date: May 15
Opponent: Fort Wayne Wizards
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: John Stone
Inning: 17th
Outs: 2
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 2, Fort Wayne 2
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 3, Fort Wayne 2
Note: A walkoff home run to end the second longest game in Timber Rattlers history.

HR #4
Date: June 8
Opponent: Burlington Bees
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Runelvys Hernandez
Inning: 4th
Outs: 0
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 1, Burlington 0
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 2, Burlington 0

HR #5
Date: June 15
Opponent: Michigan Battlecats
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: Juan Campos
Inning: 5th
Outs: 0
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 5, Michigan 0
Type: 3-run
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 8, Michigan 0

HR #6
Date: July 3
Opponent: Kane County Cougars
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Ramon Castillo
Inning: 4th
Outs: 1
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 0, Kane County 0
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 1, Kane County 0

HR #7
Date: July 13
Opponent: Lansing Lugnuts
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Jon Leicester
Inning: 6th
Outs: 1
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 2, Lansing 1
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 3, Lansing 1

HR #8
Date: July 18
Opponent: Peoria Chiefs
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: John Novinsky
Inning: 3rd
Outs: 2
Score Before Homer: Peoria 2, Wisconsin 1
Type: Two-run
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 3, Peoria 2

HR #9
Date: August 14
Opponent: Fort Wayne Wizards
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Travis Devine
Inning: 5th
Outs: 1
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 10, Fort Wayne 3
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 11, Fort Wayne 3

HR #10
Date: August 14
Opponent: Fort Wayne Wizards
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Jeremy Webster
Inning: 6th
Outs: 0
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 15, Fort Wayne 5
Type: Two-run
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 17, Fort Wayne 5
Note: Castellano went 5-for-7 with a pair of homers, a single, two doubles, four runs scored, and six RBI in this game.  He had five hits in his first five at bats, but grounded out and struck out in his final two at bats.

HR #11
Date: August 16
Opponent: Beloit Snappers
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Pete Smart
Inning: 6th
Outs: 2
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 1, Beloit 1
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 2, Beloit 1

HR #12
Date: August 25
Opponent: Peoria Chiefs
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Tyler Johnson
Inning: 5th
Outs: 2
Score Before Homer: Peoria 5, Wisconsin 0
Type: Three-run
Score After Homer: Peoria 5, Wisconsin 3
Note: The Rattlers rallied to win this game 12-7 in eleven innings.

HR #13
Date: September 2
Opponent: Cedar Rapids Kernels
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: Adam Thomas
Inning: 5th
Outs: 1
Score Before Homer: Cedar Rapids 7, Wisconsin 2
Type: Two-run
Score After Homer: Cedar Rapids 7, Wisconsin 4

HR #14
Date: September 2
Opponent: Cedar Rapids Kernels
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: William Morris
Inning: 7th
Outs: 0
Score Before Homer: Cedar Rapids 7, Wisconsin 5
Type: Two-run
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 7, Cedar Rapids 7
Note: Castellano drove in five runs in this game.  The Rattlers would score two more runs in the seventh inning and took that 9-7 lead into the top of the ninth.  But, Cedar Rapids tied the game on a two-out, two-run home run by Mike Eylward.  The Kernels would win the game with three runs in the top of the eleventh.

Tater Tuesday Archives:
Wladimir Balentien – 2004

George Scott – 1975

Matt Hagen – 2003

Khris Davis – 2010

Ron Garth – 2006-2008

2012 Postseason Homers

David Ortiz – 1996

Mike Wilson – 2005

One Homer Rattlers – 2009-2013

One Homer Rattlers – 2000-2008

Juan Silvestre – 1999

Justin Leone – 2000

Shawn McCorkle – 2000

Timber Rattlers Alumni Report – Winter League games through 1/5/14

Here we are with the first post of 2014.  What does the field look like on my first day of work in the New Year?

This is what below zero looks like!

This is what below zero looks like!

Ugh.  I will do you a favor and not take a photo of any temperature gauges to post here.  Let me just say that it is really, really cold.

Instead, a look at the Rattler alumni playing in the winter leagues…where it is much, much warmer.

I thought so.

Most of the active winter leagues have moved on to the playoffs.  The only league still in its regular season is in Australia.  This will be the final report with the regular season stats for the leagues in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela.  Playoff stats for former Rattlers will be added in this week..where applicable.

Venezuela Regular Season:
Aguilas del Zulia (34-29):
Austin Bibens-Dirkx: 3 games, 2 games started; 1-0, 2.38ERA; 11.1IP, 3BB, 4K; 1.32 WHIP

Bravos de Margarita (23-40):
Hunter Morris: 3 games; .091/.091/.091, 0HR, 0RBI
Renee Cortez: 13 games; 1-1, 9.37 ERA; 16.1IP; 10BB, 7K, 2.08 WHIP

Cardenales de Lara (28-34):
Oswaldo Navarro: 33 games; .258/.340/.382; 2HR, 16RBI
Luis Valbuena: 34 games; .311/.440/.467; 4HR, 16RBI
Jose Escalona: 14 games, 2 starts; 0-1, 7.11 ERA; 19.0IP; 13BB, 15K, 1.89 WHIP
Caesar Jimenez: 15 games; 0-3, 6 Saves, 8 Save Opportunities, 3.86 ERA; 16.1IP, 6BB, 15K, 1.29 WHIP
Jose Jimenez: 24 games; 1-1, 6.39 ERA; 12.2IP; 4BB, 12K, 1.34 WHIP

Caribes de Anzoategui (39-24):
Luis Oliveros: 2 games; 0-for-5

Leones del Caracas(34-29):
Mike Fiers: 5 games, 4 starts; 0-1, 11.05 ERA; 7.1IP, 5BB, 11K, 2.45 WHIP
Juan Ovalles: 2 games; 0-0, 27.00 ERA; 0.1IP; 0BB, 0K, 9.00 WHIP

Navagantes del Magallanes (33-30):
Carlos Maldonado: 18 games; .250/.370/.333; HR, 7RBI

Tirburones de La Guaira (32-31):
JC Ramirez: 5 games, 0-1, 8.31ERA; 4.1IP, 6BB, 4K, 3.00WHIP

Mexico:
Algodoneros de Guasave (25-27):
Kalian Sams: 22 games; .192/.300/.410; 4HR, 13RBI

Tomateros de Culican (25-27):
Alex Liddi: 25 games; .239/.273/.391; 3HR, 11RBI
Johan Limonta: 16 games; .164/.215/.197; 0HR, 5RBI

Yaquis de Obregon (27-41):
Rafael Neda: 1 game; 0-for-3

Dominican Republic:
Aguilas Cibaenas (31-19):
Edward Paredes: 11 games; 0-1, 3.86; 4.2IP; BB, 6K, 1.29 WHIP
Juan Sandoval: 24 games; 1-0, 0 saves, 1 save opportunity, 1.99 ERA; 22.2IP; 4BB, 10K, 1.24 WHIP

Estrellas de Oriente (19-31):
Juan Diaz: 28 games; .191/.247/.294; HR, 4RBI

Gigantes del Cibao (22-28):
Carlos Peguero: 7 games; .296/.387/.556; 2HR, 7RBI

Leones del Escogido (31-19):
Leury Bonilla: 1 game; 1-for-2
Jeremy Jeffress: 2 games, 2 games started; 0-1, 5.79ERA; 4.2IP, 6BB, 14K, 1.29 WHIP

Tigres del Licey (29-21):
Sean Halton: 15 games; .327/.410/.538; HR, 11RBI
Carlos Triunfel: 28 games; .176/.228/.2846; HR, 2RBI

Toros del Este (18-32):
Jason Rogers: 13 games; .235/.304/.314; HR, 5RBI

Puerto Rico:
Cangrejeros de Santurce (18-22):
Jeff Dominguez: 38 games; .265/.322/.371; HR, 12RBI
Yadiel Rivera: 2 games; .200/.200/.200; 0HR, RBI
Miguel A. Martinez: 9 games; 0-0, 0 saves, 1 save opportunity; 3.75ERA; 12.0IP, 5BB, 9K; 1.58 WHIP

Criollos de Caguas (14-15):
Bobby Livingston: 3 games, 2 starts, 1-0, 3.72ERA; 9.2IP, 4BB, 4K, 1.14 WHIP
Efrain Nieves: 10 games, 6 starts; 3-1, 3.41ERA; 31.2IP, 17BB, 28K; 1.45 WHIP

Gigantes de Carolina (19-21):
Justin Souza: 11 games; 1-2, 3 saves, 5 save opportunities, 5.73 ERA; 11.0IP; 7BB, 5K; 2.00 WHIP

Indios de Mayaguez (21-19):
Martin Maldonado: 28 games; .271/.354/.329; HR, 11 RBI
Hiram Burgos: 11 games; 8 starts, 2-2, 1.40 ERA; 38.2IP, 12BB, 35K, 0.96 WHIP

Leones de Ponce (21-19):
Rene Rivera (2 teams): 31 games; .171/.216/.232; HR, 9RBI
Joel Pineiro: 5 games, 5 starts 2-0, 3.12 ERA; 26.0IP, 5BB, 11K, 1.08 WHIP

Australia:
Melbourne Aces (17-17):
Eric Marzec: 10 games; 0-2, 0 saves, 2 save opportunities; 6.39ERA; 12.2IP, 6BB, 16K, 1.50 WHIP

Sydney Blue Sox (16-18):
Craig Anderson: 9 games, 9 starts; 4-4, 3.30 ERA; 60.0IP, 13BB, 36K; 1.38 WHIP

PLAYOFFS*:

Dominican Republic Round Robin:

Aguilas (3-5):
Edward Paredes: 6 games; 1-0, 0.00 ERA; 4.0IP, BB, 4K, 0.25 WHIP
Juan Sandoval: 2 games; 0-0, 0.00 ERA; 1.2IP, 2BB, K; 1.80 WHIP

Leones (6-2):
Jason Rogers: 3 games; .200/.250/.200; 0HR, RBI

Tigres (4-4):
Carlos Triunfel: 1 game; 0-for-1

Puerto Rico Round Robin:

Criollos (1-2):
Bobby Livingston: 1 game, 1 start; 0-1, 13.50 ERA; 2.0IP, 3BB, 0K, 3.50 WHIP

Indios (3-0):
Martin Maldonado: 3 games; .091/.231/.091; 0HR, 0RBI

Leones (2-1):
Jeff Dominguez: 3 games; .250/.308/.500; 0 HR, RBI
Rene Rivera: 3 games; .333/.455/.444; 0 HR, 0 RBI
Joel Pineiro: 1 game, 1 start; 0-0, 1.50 ERA; 6.0IP, 3BB, 3K, 0.50 WHIP

*-No active alumni in the Mexico Round Robin or the Venezuela Round Robin.

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