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Rattler Alumni Report – Winter League Games through November 17, 2013

The Arizona Fall League finished its regular season and held its Championship Game.  The Surprise Saguaros – with the assistance of some Timber Rattlers players – won the pennant with a 2-0 victory over the Mesa Solar Sox.

AFL Champions

Surprise had defeated Mesa, 2-0, at Scottsdale Stadium, winning the franchise’s first championship since 1995. But other than center fielder Tyler Naquin’s spontaneous decision to take the official championship picture wearing Jorge Alfaro’s catcher’s mask, the celebration was rather low key. There was some Chipotle, but no trophy — or Champagne — waiting for the Saguaros in the clubhouse.

But none of it mattered to them.

Click that link up top to see David Goforth (’12) get the final out with a called third strike…and also to see Kevin Shackelford get a running start to wind up on top of the victory scrum.  It’s getting to be his signature finishing move.  Like here after the Rattlers beat Clinton in the Western Division Finals back in 2012.

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Here’s a better look at the comparison:

Three Rattlers played in the Championship Game for Surprise:
Mitch Haniger: 0-for-3
Tyler Cravy: 2IP, H, 0R, 0BB, 2K, Hold
David Goforth: IP, 0H, 0R, 0BB, K, Save

To the regular season stats!

Arizona Fall League:
Surprise Saguaros (18-12-1):
Mitch Haniger:  25 games; .280/.354/.480; 4HR, 24 RBI
Jason Rogers: 18 games; .311/.432/.459; 2HR, 8RBI
Tyler Cravy: 10 games, 1 start; 0-1, 2.76 ERA; 16.1IP; 9BB, 16K, 1.29 WHIP
David Goforth: 12 games; 1-1, 4 Saves, 3.75 ERA; 12.0IP; 4BB, 15K, 1.29 WHIP
Kevin Shackelford: 11 games; 1-1, 3.09 ERA; 11.2IP; 4BB, 13K, 1.29 WHIP

Venezuela:
Bravos de Margarita (16-17):
Renee Cortez: 9 games; 1-0, 7.15 ERA; 11.1IP; 8BB, 6K, 1.94 WHIP

Cardenales de Lara (11-20):
Oswaldo Navarro: 24 games; .296/.375/.451; 2HR, 13RBI
Luis Valbuena: 4 games; .316/.350/.368; 0HR, RBI
Jose Escalona: 9 games, 1 start; 0-0, 7.71 ERA; 11.2IP; 6BB, 9K, 1.89 WHIP
Caesar Jimenez: 4 games; 0-1, 6.23 ERA; 4.1IP, 2BB, 4K, 1.38 WHIP
Jose Jimenez: 12 games; 1-0, 3.86 ERA; 4.2IP; BB, 4K, 1.50 WHIP

Leones del Caracas(15-17):
Mike Fiers: 1 game; 0-0, 13.50 ERA; 1.1IP, 0BB, 2K, 1.50 WHIP
Juan Ovalles: 2 games; 0-0, 27.00 ERA; 0.1IP; 0BB, 0K, 9.00 WHIP

Navagantes del Magallanes (19-14):
Carlos Maldonado: 10 games; .233/.385/.267; 0HR, 4RBI

Mexico:
Algodoneros de Guasave (17-15):
Kalian Sams: 19 games; .192/.300/.410; 4HR, 13RBI

Tomateros de Culican (16-15):
Alex Liddi: 25 games; .239/.273/.391; 3HR, 11RBI
Johan Limonta: 4 games; .214/.267/.214; 0HR, 2RBI

Dominican Republic:
Aguilas Cibaenas (15-9):
Edward Paredes: 7 games; 0-1, 7.71; 2.1IP; BB, 2K, 2.14 WHIP
Juan Sandoval: 14 games; 1-0, 2.25 ERA; 12.0IP; BB, 5K, 1.33 WHIP

Estrellas de Oriente (8-16):
Juan Diaz: 18 games; .149/.216/.191; 0HR, 3RBI

Gigantes del Cibao (10-14):
Carlos Peguero: 7 games; .296/.387/.556; 2HR, 7RBI

Leones del Escogido (15-9):
Leury Bonilla: 1 game; 1-for-2

Tigres del Licey (16-9):
Sean Halton: 15 games; .327/.410/.538; HR, 11RBI
Carlos Triunfel: 11 games; .190/.261/.286; 0HR, 0RBI

Puerto Rico:
Cangrejeros de Santurce (4-8):
Jeff Dominguez: 11 games; .156/.289/.219; 0HR, 3RBI
Miguel A. Martinez: 4 games; 0-0, 5.40ERA; 6.2IP, 3BB, 4K; 1.80 WHIP

Criollos de Caguas (7-5):
Efrain Nieves: 3 games, 2 games started; 1-0, 6.75ERA; 9.1IP, 8BB, 12K; 2.04 WHIP

Gigantes de Carolina (7-4):
Justin Souza: 4 games; 1-0, 2 saves, 3 save opportunities, 2.08 ERA; 4.1IP; BB, 2K; 0.92 WHIP

Indios de Mayaguez (6-3):
Martin Maldonado: 3 games; .143/.333/.143; 0 HR, 0 RBI
Rene Rivera: 8 games; .158/.150/.316; HR, 4RBI
Hiram Burgos: 3 games; 0-0, 2.25 ERA; 4.0IP, 4BB, 4K, 2.25 WHIP

Australia:
Sydney Blue Sox (7-3):
Craig Anderson: 3 games, 3 starts; 1-1, 3.71 ERA; 17.0IP, 5BB, 16K; 1.47 WHIP

Rattler Alumni Report – Through Winter League Games of November 10, 2013

The MLB Playoffs are done; the Winter Leagues are in full swing; and Craig Anderson is doing what he does.

Craig Anderson picked up the win for the Sydney Blue Sox in the Australia Baseball League over the weekend. (Joe Vella -SMP Images/ABL Media)

Craig Anderson picked up the win for the Sydney Blue Sox in the Australia Baseball League over the weekend. (Joe Vella -SMP Images/ABL Media)

On the mound for the Sox, Craig Anderson was back to his 2012-13 ABL Pitcher of the Year best, throwing seven strong innings of one-run baseball. Ando scattered five hits, walked two and struck out six on his way to his first win of the season.

Jason Rogers had this story on the Brewers website after a 3-for-4 game last week:

“Just by taking it day by day,” Rogers said. “I know what I can do. I’ve got to work harder because I was a 32nd-round pick. But I know I can play with all these guys.”

Rogers had another multihit game Tuesday, going 3-for-4 with a double in Surprise’s 4-2 victory against Glendale at Surprise Stadium. The Saguaros’ second win in as many days against the Desert Dogs lowered their magic number to clinch the West Division to four with eight games to play.

Rogers’ successful fall is just a continuation of what he started in Hunstville. He hit .270 with a .468 slugging percentage and more than doubled his career home run total.

“The biggest thing was getting in better shape this year, just staying healthy,” Rogers said. “I’ve had problems with that in the past.”

Jason Rogers rounds third and heads for home in this 2011 game. (Photo Credit: Ann Mollica)

Jason Rogers rounds third and heads for home in this 2011 game. (Photo Credit: Ann Mollica)

Arizona Fall League:
Surprise Saguaros (16-10):
Mitch Haniger:  22 games; .284/.360/.477; 3HR, 19 RBI
Jason Rogers: 15 games; .360/.484/.540; 2HR, 8RBI
Tyler Cravy: 9 games, 1 start; 0-1, 2.93 ERA; 15.1IP; 9BB, 14K, 1.37 WHIP
David Goforth: 11 games; 1-1, 4 Saves, 4.09 ERA; 11.0IP; 3BB, 14K, 1.27 WHIP
Kevin Shackelford: 9 games; 1-1, 3.72 ERA; 9.2IP; 3BB, 11K, 1.34 WHIP

Venezuela:
Bravos de Margarita (11-16):
Renee Cortez: 9 games; 1-0, 7.15 ERA; 11.1IP; 8BB, 6K, 1.94 WHIP

Cardenales de Lara (9-16):
Oswaldo Navarro: 20 games; .288/.364/.441; 2HR, 12RBI
Jose Escalona: 7 games, 1 start; 0-0, 7.71 ERA; 9.1IP; 5BB, 7K, 1.82 WHIP
Jose Jimenez: 8 games; 1-0, 5.40 ERA; 3.1IP; BB, 2K, 1.80 WHIP

Leones del Caracas(12-14):
Juan Ovalles: 2 games; 0-0, 27.00 ERA; 0.1IP; 0BB, 0K, 9.00 WHIP

Navagantes del Magallanes (17-10):
Carlos Maldonado: 10 games; .233/.385/.267; 0HR, 4RBI

Mexico:
Algodoneros de Guasave (12-13):
Kalian Sams: 19 games; .192/.300/.410; 4HR, 13RBI

Tomateros de Culican (14-12):
Alex Liddi: 25 games; .239/.273/.391; 3HR, 11RBI

Dominican Republic:
Aguilas Cibaenas (11-7):
Edward Paredes: 5 games; 0-0, 0.00; 1.1IP; BB, 2K, 2.25 WHIP
Juan Sandoval: 11 games; 0-0, 2.16 ERA; 8.1IP; 0BB, 4K, 1.32 WHIP

Estrellas de Oriente (7-13):
Juan Diaz: 16 games; .150/.227/.175; 0HR, 2RBI

Gigantes del Cibao (8-10):
Carlos Peguero: 7 game; .296/.387/.556; 2HR, 7RBI

Leones del Escogido (11-8):
Leury Bonilla: 1 game; 1-for-2

Tigres del Licey (15-5):
Sean Halton: 15 games; .327/.410/.538; HR, 11RBI
Carlos Triunfel: 9 games; .222/.300/.333; 0HR, 0RBI

Puerto Rico:
Cangrejeros de Santurce (3-4):
Jeff Dominguez: 7 games; .200/.310/.280; 0HR, 3RBI
Miguel A. Martinez: 2 games; 0-0, 5.40ERA; 3.1IP, 2BB, K; 1.20WHIP

Criollos de Caguas (3-3):
Efrain Nieves: 2 games, 1 game started; 0-0, 4.15ERA; 4.1IP, 5BB, 6K; 2.08WHIP

Gigantes de Carolina (4-1):
Justin Souza: 2 games; 0-0, 2 saves, 2 save opportunities, 0.00ERA; 2.0IP; 0BB, K; 0.00WHIP

Indios de Mayaguez (2-2):
Rene Rivera: 4 games; .133/.125/.333; HR, 3RBI
Hiram Burgos: 1 game; 0-0, 0.00ERA; 1.0IP, 0BB, K, 1.00WHIP

Australia:
Sydney Blue Sox (4-3):
Craig Anderson: 2 game, 2 starts; 1-1, 2.25 ERA; 12.0IP, 3BB, 8K; 1.25 WHIP

Rattler Alumni Report – Winter League Games through November 3, 2013

Since last week, the World Series ended while the Winter Leagues in Puerto Rico and Australia started.  Plus, Mitch Haniger was scouted and David Goforth pitched in the Arizona Fall League “Fall Stars” game.

David Ortiz wins the World Series, gets a trophy, a truck, and interviewed by Erin Andrews. (Photo Credit: AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

David Ortiz wins the World Series, gets a trophy, a truck, and interviewed by Erin Andrews. (Photo Credit: AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Former Timber Rattler David Ortiz was named the World Series MVP.

Who else could it be?

Red Sox slugger David Ortiz was named MVP of the 2013 World Series Wednesday night following Boston’s 6-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 6.

“This is for you, Boston,” Ortiz said holding the trophy above his head. “You deserve it.”

Ortiz made his case for the award early and often during the series, posting a .688 average (11 for 16) with two home runs, six RBIs, and eight walks. Over one stretch, Ortiz reached base in nine consecutive at bats.

“His performance both on and off the field is something that we’re all very proud of,” said Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig.

Ortiz’s totals could have been even greater had he not been robbed of a grand slam in the second inning of Game 1. Cardinals outfielder Carlos Beltran took away a home run against the bullpen, leaving Ortiz to settle for a sacrifice fly. He would homer later in the game, and again in Game 2.

MLB PLAYOFFS:
BOSTON:
David Ortiz:
ALDS v. TB: 4 games; 5-for-13, 2HR, 3RBI, 5 BBs
ALCS v. DET: 6 games; 2-for-22, HR, 4 RBI
WS v. STL: 6 games; 11-for-16, 2HR, 6RBI, 8 BBs; .688/.760/1.188

Bernie Pleskoff notes that Haniger is “on the fast track”.

I have been watching Haniger regularly in the Arizona Fall League. He was voted the Co-Player of the Week following the first week of play. He and Cubs infielder Kris Bryant had outstanding offensive starts to the season.

Haniger has a wide stance at the plate. His bat is held high, and his hands get through the ball with enough quickness to gain backspin and distance.

At 6-foot-2, 180 pounds, Haniger has excellent proportion to his frame.

Patience and maturity are major components of Haniger’s offensive game. He sees lots of pitches. He knows how to take a walk. He can also foul off pitches, deepening the workload of the pitcher while selecting the right pitch to hit.

When he does swing, he makes good contact.

I noted how Goforth did in the AFL All-Stars Game in this tweet:

TO THE STATS!

Arizona Fall League:
Surprise Saguaros (13-7):
Mitch Haniger:  17 games; .308/.403/.492; 2HR, 16 RBI
Jason Rogers: 13 games; .310/.442/.500; 2HR, 6RBI
Tyler Cravy: 7 games, 1 start; 0-1, 3.86 ERA; 11.2IP; 6BB, 12K, 1.20 WHIP
David Goforth: 8 games; 1-0, 3 Saves, 3.52 ERA; 7.2IP; 3BB, 9K, 0.88 WHIP
Kevin Shackelford: 8 games; 1-1, 4.15 ERA; 8.2IP; 3BB, 10K, 1.50 WHIP

Venezuela:
Bravos de Margarita (9-12):
Renee Cortez: 8 games; 1-0, 5.23 ERA; 10.1IP; 7BB, 6K, 1.65 WHIP

Cardenales de Lara (7-14):
Oswaldo Navarro: 18 games; .291/.361/.436; 2HR, 11RBI
Jose Escalona: 7 games, 1 start; 0-0, 7.71 ERA; 9.1IP; 5BB, 7K, 1.82 WHIP
Jose Jimenez: 7 games; 1-0, 7.71 ERA; 2.1IP; BB, 0K, 2.57 WHIP

Leones del Caracas(12-9):
Juan Ovalles: 2 games; 0-0, 27.00 ERA; 0.1IP; 0BB, 0K, 9.00 WHIP

Navagantes del Magallanes (14-8):
Carlos Maldonado: 10 games; .233/.385/.267; 0HR, 4RBI

Mexico:
Algodoneros de Guasave (11-9):
Kalian Sams: 17 games; .190/.319/.431; 3HR, 11RBI

Tomateros de Culican (9-10):
Alex Liddi: 19 games; .254/.286/.394; 2HR, 9RBI

Dominican Republic:
Aguilas Cibaenas (9-2):
Edward Paredes: 2 games; 0-0, *.**; 0.0IP; 0BB, 0K, *.** WHIP
Juan Sandoval: 7 games; 0-0, 2.84 ERA; 6.1IP; 0BB, 4K, 1.26 WHIP

Estrellas de Oriente (5-9):
Juan Diaz: 12 games; .188/.257/.219; 0HR, 2RBI

Gigantes del Cibao (5-7):
Carlos Peguero: 6 game; .304/.385/.478; HR, 4RBI

Leones del Escogido (8-6):
Leury Bonilla: 1 game; 1-for-4

Tigres del Licey (10-4):
Sean Halton: 12 games; .310/.412/.548; HR, 8RBI
Carlos Triunfel: 8 games; .188/.278/.313; 0HR, 0RBI

Puerto Rico:
Cangrejeros de Santurce (1-1):
Jeff Dominguez: 2 games; 0-for-5
Miguel Martinez: 1 game; 0-0, 7.71ERA; 2.1IP, 2BB, 0K; 1.71WHIP

Criollos de Caguas (0-1):
Efrain Nieves: 1 game; 0-0, 0.00ERA; 1.0IP, 2BB, 0K; 2.00WHIP

GIgantes de Carolina (2-0):
Justin Souza: 1 game; 0-0, 1 save, 0.00ERA; 1.0IP; 0BB, 0K; 0.00WHIP

Indios de Mayaguez (0-1):
Rene Rivera: 1 game; 1-for-4, 0HR, RBI

Australia:
Sydney Blue Sox (3-1):
Craig Anderson: 1 game, 1 start; 0-1, 6.75 ERA; 6.2IP, 3BB, 3K; 2.10 WHIP

Craig Anderson, Sydney Blue Sox (Photo Credit: NewsLocal)

Craig Anderson, Sydney Blue Sox (Photo Credit: NewsLocal)

Rattler Alumni Report – Through Winter League games of October 27, 2013

David Ortiz is off to a hot start for Boston in the World Series. The Winter Leagues in the Caribbean are in full swing and so are some of the Rattlers alumni. Plus, Jason Rogers with a two-homer week in the Arizona Fall League….Let’s take a look at all of the alumni.

David Ortiz slides in with Boston's first run in Game Four.  (Photo Credit: Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

David Ortiz slides in with Boston’s first run in Game Four. (Photo Credit: Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

MLB PLAYOFFS:
BOSTON:
David Ortiz:
ALDS v. TB: 4 games; 5-for-13, 2HR, 3RBI, 5 BBs
ALCS v. DET: 6 games; 2-for-22, HR, 4 RBI
WS v. STL: 4 games; 8-for-11, 2HR, 5RBI, 4 BBs

Jason Rogers as a Timber Rattler in 2011. (Photo Credit: Ann Mollica)

Jason Rogers as a Timber Rattler in 2011. (Photo Credit: Ann Mollica)

Arizona Fall League:
Surprise Saguaros (10-6):
Mitch Haniger:  14 games; .315/.397/.500; 2HR, 13 RBI
Jason Rogers: 10 games; .367/.500/.633; 2HR, 6RBI
Tyler Cravy: 6 games; 0-0, 0.00 ERA; 9.1IP; 4BB, 8K, 0.86 WHIP
David Goforth: 6 games; 1-0, 2 Saves, 1.59 ERA; 5.2IP; 2BB, 6K, 0.88 WHIP
Kevin Shackelford: 6 games; 1-1, 4.50 ERA; 6.0IP; 3BB, 8K, 1.67 WHIP

Venezuela:
Bravos de Margarita (5-10):
Renee Cortez: 6 games; 0-0, 6.75 ERA; 8.0IP; 6BB, 6K, 2.00 WHIP

Cardenales de Lara (4-11):
Oswaldo Navarro: 12 games; .324/.375/.541; 2HR, 10RBI
Jose Escalona: 6 games, 1 start; 0-0, 5.19 ERA; 8.2IP; 3BB, 6K, 1.62 WHIP
Jose Jimenez: 5 games; 1-0, 4.50 ERA; 2.0IP; BB, 0K, 2.50 WHIP

Leones del Caracas(10-6):
Juan Ovalles: 2 games; 0-0, 27.00 ERA; 0.1IP; 0BB, 0K, 9.00 WHIP

Navagantes del Magallanes (11-5):
Carlos Maldonado: 10 games; .233/.385/.267; 0HR, 4RBI

Mexico:
Algodoneros de Guasave (8-6):
Kalian Sams: 12 games; .233/.353/.535; 3HR, 8RBI

Tomateros de Culican (6-8):
Alex Liddi: 14 games; .264/.310/.396; HR, 6RBI

Dominican Republic:
Aguilas Cibaenas (6-1):
Edward Paredes: 2 games; 0-0, *.**; 0.0IP; 0BB, 0K, *.** WHIP
Juan Sandoval: 4 games; 0-0, 3.00 ERA; 3.0IP; 0BB, 2K, 1.67 WHIP

Estrellas de Oriente (3-5):
Juan Diaz: 7 games; .278/.381/.278; 0HR, 2RBI

Gigantes del Cibao (3-4):
Carlos Peguero: 1 game; .400/.400/.400; 0HR, RBI

Tigres del Licey (2-1):
Sean Halton: 7 games; .375/.467/.708; HR, 6RBI
Carlos Triunfel: 4 games; .143/.333/.143; 0HR, 0RBI

Rattler Alumni Report – Through Winter League Games of October 20, 2013

The Dominican Winter League started over the weekend so we add them to the roll this week.  Sean Halton (’10) is playing for Licey in the DWL and is off to a good start over the first three games.

Sean Halton takes a swing for the Timber Rattlers in 2010. (Photo Credit: Sean Halton)

Sean Halton takes a swing for the Timber Rattlers in 2010. (Photo Credit: Sean Halton)

Also, David Ortiz and the Boston Red Sox are moving on to the World Series that starts on Wednesday.

MLB PLAYOFFS:
BOSTON:
David Ortiz:
ALDS v. TB: 4 games; 5-for-13, 2HR, 3RBI, 5 BBs
ALCS v. DET: 6 games; 2-for-22, HR, 4 RBI

Mitch Haniger is playing really well to start the Arizona Fall League:

While Mitch Haniger, the Brewers’ No. 12 prospect, may be just 10 games into the Arizona Fall League season, he’s already made his presence felt in the middle of Surprise’s lineup.

That was never more obvious than in Saturday’s 7-0 win over Glendale. Haniger, who was recently honored as Co-Player of the Week, belted a three-run shot in the top of the first inning, allowing Surprise to cruise to an easy victory.

What made the center fielder’s at-bat against starter Trevor May even more impressive was his ability to battle back from an 0-2 hole.

“I was really able to see all of the pitches he had in that at-bat and really work the count before hitting the home run,” said Haniger.

In just 33 at-bats so far this season, he is hitting .394 with two home runs and 12 RBIs, a staggering pace for this early in the season.

“I’m feeling really good about how I’m swinging the bat right now. Any time you are in this zone, you see the ball better,” Haniger said. “I know for me, everything seems slower.”

Click the link above the block quote for the whole story.

Mitch Haniger with the Timber Rattlers in 2013. (Photo Credit: Ann Mollica)

Mitch Haniger with the Timber Rattlers in 2013. (Photo Credit: Ann Mollica)

To the rest of the STATS!

Arizona Fall League:
Surprise Saguaros (6-4):
Mitch Haniger: 9 games; .394/.475/.667; 2HR, 12 RBI
Jason Rogers: 7 games; .278/.435/.333; 0HR, 3RBI
Tyler Cravy: 4 games; 0-0, 0.00 ERA; 5.1IP; 3BB, 2K, 0.94 WHIP
David Goforth: 4 games; 1-0, 0.00 ERA; 3.2IP; BB, 4K, 0.27 WHIP
Kevin Shackelford: 4 games; 0-1, 6.75 ERA; 4.0IP; 3BB, 5K, 2.00 WHIP

Venezuela:
Bravos de Margarita (2-8):
Renee Cortez: 4 games; 0-0, 6.35 ERA; 5.2IP; 5BB, 3K, 2.12 WHIP

Cardenales de Lara (3-6):
Oswaldo Navarro: 6 games; .214/.214/.214; 0HR, 2RBI
Jose Escalona: 3 games, 1 start; 0-0, 2.84 ERA; 6.1IP; 2BB, 5K, 1.29 WHIP
Jose Jimenez: 4 games; 1-0, 9.00 ERA; 1.0IP; BB, 0K, 4.00 WHIP

Leones del Caracas(6-4):
Juan Ovalles: 2 games; 0-0, 27.00 ERA; 0.1IP; 0BB, 0K, 9.00 WHIP

Navagantes del Magallanes (7-3):
Carlos Maldonado: 8 games; .269/.412/.308; 0HR, 4RBI

Mexico:
Algodoneros de Guasave (5-3):
Kalian Sams: 6 games; .240/.240/.600; 2HR, 5RBI

Tomateros de Culican (4-4):
ALex Liddi: 8 games; .233/.314/.367; HR, 4RBI

Dominican Republic:
Aguilas Cibaenas (2-0):
Juan Sandoval: 1 game; 0-0, 0.00 ERA; 1.0IP; 0BB, 0K, 1.00 WHIP

Estrellas de Oriente (2-0):
Juan Diaz: 2 games; .167/.286/.167; 0HR, 0RBI

Tigres del Licey (2-1):
Sean Halton: 3 games; .444/.500/.778; 0HR, RBI
Carlos Triunfel: 2 games; 0-for-3; 0HR, 0RBI

Rattlers Alumni Report – Games through October 13, 2014

The MLB Playoffs have reached the League Championship Stage and the first few games of the 2013 Arizona Fall League are in the books.  David Ortiz (’96) is the only former Rattler still alive in major league baseball and one former Timber Rattlers player had a big start in the AFL.

Former Timber Rattler David Ortiz takes a curtain call after his grand slam on Sunday. (STAN GROSSFELD/GLOBE STAFF)

Former Timber Rattler David Ortiz takes a curtain call after his grand slam on Sunday. (STAN GROSSFELD/GLOBE STAFF)

In the Caribbean Leagues, Venezuela and Mexico have started; the Dominican Republic starts on October 18; Puerto Rico opens on November 1.  The other foreign winter league is in Australia and they start on October 31.

Before getting to the stats and stuff, a note about a player who is not a former Rattler.  But, since he’s an ex-Brewer, the news of Graeme Lloyd is pretty cool.

Two World Series rings, a silver medal, a host of Australian benchmarks in Major League Baseball, and now, Perth Heat pitching coach Graeme Lloyd can add another honour to his already impressive CV: Sport Australia Hall of Famer.

“I was very excited and thrilled to be inducted into The Sport Australia Hall of Fame. I’m nearly 50 years old and I couldn’t wait to get off the phone to call mum and dad. It was a great feeling,” Lloyd told the ABF upon hearing the news of his induction.

The tall, long-limbed lefty first picked up a baseball at the age of ten and never looked back. A fine junior and senior performer for Australia, Lloyd took his talents to the United States in the late 1980s after signing with the Toronto Blue Jays. Following a five-year stint in the minor leagues, he made his big league debut on 11 April 1993 as a member of the Milwaukee Brewers and became a regular in Major League Baseball.

With Milwaukee, Lloyd was a pioneer along with catcher and fellow Sport Australia Hall of Fame inductee David Nilsson, helping to open the door to the dozens of Australian major leaguers to follow over the last two decades.

“To think that anyone is following in my footsteps because of what I have done is a tremendous feeling of satisfaction.”

Cool.

To the stats!

MLB PLAYOFFS:
BOSTON:
David Ortiz:
ALDS v. TB: 4 games; 5-for-13, 2HR, 3RBI, 5 BBs
ALCS v. DET: 2 games; 1-for-7, HR, 4 RBI

Here’s Big Papi’s Big Grand Slam from Game Two of the ALCS against the Tigers:

Really, really cool!

AFL:
Surprise Saguaros (2-2):
Mitch Haniger (’13): 3 games; 9-for-16; 3 2Bs, HR, 7RBI
Jason Rogers (’12): 3 games; 2-for-7; 2B, 0HR, 0RBI; SB
Tyler Cravy (’12): 2 games; 3IP, H, 0R, 0BB, 0K
David Goforth (’12): 2 games; 2IP, 0H, 0R, 0BB, 0K
Kevin Shackelford (’12): 2 games; 2IP, 3H, 3R, 2ER, 0BB, 3K

Venezuela:
Bravos de Margarita (1-3):
Renee Cortez (’03): 1 games; 1.2IP, 3H, 2R, 2ER, BB, K

Cardenales de Lara (1-3):
Oswaldo Navarro (’05): 2 games; 2-for-8, 0HR, 0RBI
Jose Escalona (’08): 2 games, 1 start; 4.1IP; 3H, R, ER, 2BB, 3K

Navagantes del Magallanes (2-2):
Carlos Maldonado (’99): 2 games; 0-for-5, RUN, RBI

Mexico:
Tomateros de Culiacan (1-0):
Alex Lidd (’08): 1 game; 0-for-4

Rattlers Alumni Report – October 7, 2013

The playoffs are happening right now.

Former Rattler David Ortiz has made his presence felt for the Red Sox:

And – as of now – Ortiz is the only former Timber Rattlers player on an active roster during the 2013 MLB playoffs. Matt Thornton (BOS), Anthony Varvaro (ATL), and Matt Tuiasosopo (DET) were left off the playoff rosters for their respective teams. Jake Odorizzi (TB) was not eligible for the Rays playoff roster.

The playoffs won’t be the only baseball going on this week. Arizona Fall League play kicks off tomorrow. The Brewers prospects will be playing for the Surprise Saguaros.

Photo Credit: Ann Mollica

Jason Rogers will be trading High Fives in the AFL for the next six weeks.

Former Timber Rattlers for the Saguaros this season are:
RHP Tyler Cravy
RHP David Goforth
RHP Kevin Shackelford
OF Mitch Haniger
OF Jason Rogers

Tyler Cravy is headed to the AFL this season, too.

Tyler Cravy is headed to the AFL this season, too.

The Saguaros are made up with prospects from Baltimore, Boston, Cleveland, Texas, and the Brewers. They open the AFL season on Tuesday afternoon against the Peoria Javelinas at home – in this case Surprise Stadium.

Games are played Monday to Saturday with Sunday’s off between October 8 and November 14 with a hitting challenge on October 12, the Rising Stars Game on November 2, and the Championship Game to be held on November 16.

The Winter Leagues in the Caribbean and in Australia won’t be underway for awhile, but we will keep an eye on those for ex-Rattlers, too.

For example, Timber Rattlers trainer Jeff Paxson will be with Licey this year. According to this page, Opening Day there is in eleven days.

Tater Tuesday: Matt Hagen – 2003

Welcome to Tater Tuesday on Rattler Radio. Each Tuesday this off-season we will look at home runs or – as the Great George Scott called them – taters.

Matt Hagen hit 21 home runs in 2003 to tie the franchise record for taters in a single season.

Matt Hagen hit 21 home runs in 2003 to tie the franchise record for taters in a single season.

Matt Hagen was the first Timber Rattlers player to really make a run at breaking Juan Silvestre’s single season home run record.  Silvestre set the record with 21 homers in 1999.  Hagen, a 12th round pick out of Liberty in the 2002 draft, had hit seven homers in 63 games at Everett in his professional debut.  There was some thought that he could hit some home run in 2003.  He hit 18 homers in his final season of college and that was good enough to lead the Big South Conference.

Let’s take a look at Hagen’s record-tying season of taters.

#1 April 9 (Game two) vs. Clinton:  Bottom of the fourth inning.  A solo home run with two outs brought the Rattlers to within 3-2.  Hagen had doubled in the second inning to give the Rattlers a 1-0 lead, but the LumberKings scored three times off TA Fulmer in the top of the fourth to take a lead.  This was Opening Day for the 2003 Timber Rattlers.   It was originally supposed to be game #7 of the season.  Yep. The first six games of the season were postponed or cancelled due to snow and cold.

#2 April 14 at Burlington:  Top of the eighth inning off Kahi Kaanoi.  A three-run home run with one out broke a 1-1 tie.  Hagen had also driven in the first Wisconsin run of the game with an RBI grounder in the fourth inning.  He would drive in all four runs of the 4-2 win over the Bees.

#3 May 5 at Lansing: Top of the second inning off Jae Kuk Ryu.  A three-run home run with one out tied the game 3-3.  But, the Rattlers would lose 10-6.

#4 May 9 vs. Battle Creek: Bottom of the second inning off Jose Garcia.  A solo homer with one out made it 4-0 Wisconsin.  This home run was the second of the inning for the Timber Rattlers.  Rene Rivera had homered earlier in the frame.  The Rattlers went on to an 11-2 win over the Yankees.

#5 May 10 vs. Battle Creek:   Bottom of the seventh inning off Thad Makray.  A three-run home run with two out put Wisconsin up 6-1.  There were two outs and none on in the seventh with the Rattlers holding a 3-1 lead.  Rivera was hit by a pitch.  Makray committed a balk and Carlos Arroyo singled for runners on the corners.  Hagen went deep and the Rattlers picked up a 6-2 win behind a complete game by Fulmer…and a Hagen’s second homer in as many games.

#6 May 12 (Game two) vs. Battle Creek:  Bottom of the fourth inning off Jose Valdez.  A solo homer with one out got the Rattlers to within 4-2.  One thing that you will notice about Hagen’s season is his tendency to hit home runs in bunches.  The game on May 11 was rained out and he didn’t homer in game one on May 12.  This tater was his third in four games against the Yankees.

#7 May 26 at Fort Wayne:  Top of the seventh inning off David Pauley.  A leadoff home run cut into Fort Wayne’s lead and made the score 7-3.  The Rattlers would come all the way back to tie the game on a Gary Harris grand slam later in the seventh.  But, the Wizards – yes, they were still the Wizards – got a run in the seventh and two runs in the eighth to beat the Rattlers 10-7.

#8 May 30 vs. West Michigan: Bottom of the third inning off Ross Koenig.  A grand slam with no outs gave Wisconsin a 9-0 lead.  Koenig came into the game in a tough spot.  The bases were loaded and there were no outs.  A run was already in after starting pitcher Matt Pender had walked Blake Bone with the bases loaded to force in a run and be pulled from the game.  Hagen crushed a 1-1 pitch from Koenig for the bases loaded homer and the Rattlers were on the way to a 12-2 win.  Side note: Bobby Livingston was the starting pitcher in this game and his record went to 9-1.

#9 June 6 vs. Fort Wayne: Bottom of the sixth inning off Brian Whitaker.  A leadoff home run tied the game 1-1.  This game didn’t start until 7:44 due to rain.  It was a scoreless game until Fort Wayne had scored an unearned run in the rain in the top of the sixth.  Whitaker had allowed one hit, but had faced the minimum through the first five innings.  The rain was pouring down harder as Hagen stepped in and lined the first pitch of the sixth inning out of the park to tie the game.  The tarp went on the field after Whitaker retired the next three batters on four pitches.  The game was called after about thirty minutes of steady rain.  Since this was the last meeting of the half between the Rattlers and the Wizards, this game ended in a tie; the only tie in Timber Rattlers history.

#10 June 7 at South Bend: Top of the fourth off Ryan Coffin.  A two-run home run with two outs tied the game 3-3.  The weird thing about this at bat was Bone, who had walked to keep the inning alive, was on first with two outs and moved to second and third on two wild pitches with Hagen at the plate.  Coffin grooved a 3-2 pitch to Hagen and the homer tied the game on the way to a 12-4 Rattlers win.

#11 June 15 at Kane County: Top of the fifth off Bill Murphy.  A two-run home run with one out.  Wisconsin trailed 3-0 before this home run.  Both the Timber Rattlers and the Cougars had already clinched a playoff spot in the first half.  They entered the final day of the first half tied.  The winner would be the first half champion of the Western Division and drop the other team into the Wild Card spot.  The Rattlers would tie the game later in the fifth on an RBI double by Michael Garciaparra.  But, an error led to a three-run bottom of the fifth for the Cougars.  Kane County would win the game 7-3.  There’s something else about this home run that I will touch on at the end of the column.  See if you can figure out that thing is before I tell you.

#12 June 19 vs. Burlington:  Bottom of the seventh off Colt Griffin.  A two-run home run with no outs tied the game 2-2.  Colt Griffin’s story is an interesting one.  This Baseball America story from 2001 is the start. The end…well, just use Google.  In this game, the Rattlers would lose 3-2 in ten innings in the second half opener.  Donnie Murphy drew a lead-off walk in the tenth and scored the go-ahead run.

#13 June 20 vs. Burlington: Bottom of the fourth inning off Kieran Mattison.  A solo homer with two outs.  This made the score 6-1.  The Bees had scored six runs in the top of the first inning.  Wisconsin lost 9-2.

#14 July 6 vs. Clinton: Bottom of the sixth off Omar Beltre.  A two-run home run with two outs.  The Rattlers trailed 6-1 before this homer.  Wisconsin would lose 7-5.

#15 July 8 vs. Dayton: Bottom of the seventh off Joel Barretto.  A solo home run with two outs.  This got the Rattlers to within 6-4.  Unfortunately, that would be the final score as the Rattlers lost to the Dragons at home despite outhitting Dayton 12-7

#16 July 9 vs. Dayton: Bottom of the first inning off Justin Gillman.  A two-run home run with two outs put the Rattlers up 2-0 on the way to a 9-0 win over the Dragons at home.    This makes three home runs in four games for Hagen.

#17 July 23 vs. Peoria: Bottom of the eighth inning off Rich Scalamandre.  A solo homer with one out tied the game 3-3.  This homer may have tied the game, but just like the game against Burlington on June 19, the opponents won the game in extra innings.  Peoria score a run in the tenth for a 4-3 win.

#18 July 24 vs. Peoria: Bottom of the ninth inning off Andy Cavazos.  A leadoff homer tied the game 5-5.  But, history repeated itself again.  The Chiefs scored a run in the top of the tenth and held on for a 6-5 win.

#19 August 2 vs. Quad Cities: Bottom of the sixth inning off Tristan Crawford.  A solo homer with one out pushed Wisconsin’s lead to 11-5.

#20 August 4 (Game one) vs. Quad Cities:  Bottom of the second inning off Josh Gray.  A solo homer with one out put the Rattlers up 1-0.  The Rattlers would win the game 4-2.  The game on August 3 was rained out.  This makes another case of homers in consecutive games for Hagen.

#21 August 9 vs. Beloit:  Bottom of the fifth inning off Jon Huizinga.  A solo homer with one out made the score 7-1 in favor of the Timber Rattlers, who went on to win the game 11-3.  This homer tied Silvestre’s record and it came in game number 115 of the season.  Hagen did not homer again.  The season ended on September 1 with game number 139.  His average dropped from .232 to .220 over the final three weeks of the season.  Hagen drove in five runs over the final 24 games of the season.

Hagen’s Tater Breakdown:
Solo:
12

2-Run: 5
3-Run: 3
Grand Slam: 1

NOTES:
If you noticed that Hagen’s home run on June 15 at Kane County was his final road home run of the season, pat yourself on the back.  Hagen hit 16 home runs at home and five on the road with no road homers in the second half.

I remember Hagen hit a ball at home – for some reason the date August 22 against Burlington sticks in my head – that hit high off the wall in left.  Maybe two feet higher and he would have set the home run record at that time.

As mentioned above, the season ended on September 1.  Hagen was not in the lineup at Kane County that day.  I was a bit surprised by that, but – if I am remembering right – there was a reason for it.  I am recalling Hagen fouling a ball off his knee that knocked him out of a game and caused him to miss a few games down the stretch.

Hagen would make it as high as Inland Empire in 2004 and 2005 before the Mariners let him go and he wrapped up the 2005 season with New Jersey in the Canadian-American Association.  The San Diego Padres signed Hagen for 2006 and he played for both Lake Elsinore and Mobile in the Padres organization.

From there it was on to the independent ranks:  Rockford in the Frontier League in 2007, Somerset (playing for former Fox Cities Foxes pitcher Sparky Lyle) from 2008 through 2011, and Sugar Land in 2012.

Hagen has acted as a Student Assistant Coach at Liberty and is currently on the coaching staff at Four Points Baseball in Austin, Texas.

Tater Tuesday Archives:
Wladimir Balentien – 2004
George Scott – 1975

Rattlers Alumni – 2013 MLB Regular Season

The regular season – except for that tiebreaker game between Detroit Texas and Tampa Bay tonight – of Major League Baseball is done.

Let’s take a look at how the 47 Rattlers – and two Foxes – who played in MLB during the 2013 season did.  This may take a while to load. Where possible, I have added at least one highlight from MLB.com to the Appleton pro baseball alumni.

The 25 hitters stats are: Games; BA/OBP/SLG; HR; RBI

The 24 pitchers stats are: Games; Games Started; W-L; Save; ERA; IP; BB:K

Players in italics are in the tiebreaker game or the playoffs for 2013

Players who made their MLB Debuts in 2013 are in BOLD

Mike McGinnis/Getty Images

Players like Khris Davis & Scooter Gennet (Photo Credit: Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)

HITTERS:
Asdrubal Cabrera (’05) – CLE: 136G; 242/299/402; 14HR, 64RBI

Lorenzo Cain (’09) – KC: 115 G; 251/310/348; 4HR, 46RBI

Shin- Soo Choo (’02) – CIN: 154G; 285/423/462; 21HR, 54RBI

Khris Davis (’10) – MIL: 56G, 279/353/596; 11HR, 27RBI

Greg Dobbs (’02) – MIA: 114G; 228/303/300; 2HR, 22RBI

Scooter Gennett (’10) – MIL: 69G; 324/356/479; 6HR, 21RBI

Carlos Gomez (’12) – MIL; 147G; 284/338/506; 24HR, 73RBI

Sean Halton (’10) – MIL; 42G; 238/291/396; 4HR, 17RBI

Raul Ibanez (’94) – SEA: 124G; 242/306/487; 29HR, 65RBI

Rob Johnson (’05) – STL: 20G; 171/237/257; 0HR, 2RBI

Adam Jones (’04) – BAL: 160G; 285/318/493; 33HR, 108RBI

Brett Lawrie (’09) – TOR: 107G; 254/315/397; 11HR; 46RBI

Alex Liddi (’08) – SEA: 8G; 059/111/118; 0HR, 0RBI

Jonathan Lucroy (’12) – MIL: 147G; 280/340/455; 18HR, 82RBI

Martin Maldonado (’09) – MIL: 67G; 169/236/284; 4HR, 22RBI

Adam Moore (’06) – KC: 5G; 300/364/400; 0HR, 0RBI

David Ortiz (’96) – BOS: 137G; 309/395/564; 30HR, 103RBI

One more from Big Papi:

Carlos Peguero (’07) – SEA: 2G; 333/429/833; 1HR, 1RBI

Josh Prince (’09) – MIL: 8G; 125/222/250; 0HR; 0RBI

Rene Rivera (’03) – SD: 23G; 254/268/328; 0HR, 7RBI

Alex Rodriguez (’94) – NYY: 44G; 244/348/423; 7HR, 19RBI

Michael Saunders (’06) – SEA: 132G; 236/323/397; 12HR, 46RBI

Carlos Triunfel (’07) – SEA: 17G; 136/152/159; 0HR, 2RBI

Matt Tuiasosopo (’05) – DET: 81G; 244/351/415; 7HR, 30RBI

Luis Valbuena (’06) – CHC: 108G; 218/331/378; 12HR, 37RBI

PITCHERS:
Scott Atchison (’99) – NYM:  50G, 0GS; 3-3, 4.37ERA; 45.1IP; 12:28

Phillippe Aumont (’08) – PHI: 22G, 0GS; 1-3, 4.19ERA; 45.1IP; 13:19

Hiram Burgos (’10) – MIL: 6G, 6GS; 1-2, 6.44ERA; 29.1IP, 11:18

Dave Bush (’09) – TOR: 1G, 0GS; 0-0, 15.00ERA; 3,0IP; 1:1

Michael Fiers (’09) – MIL: 11G, 3GS; 1-4, 7.25ERA; 22.1IP; 6:15

Johnny Hellweg (’13) – MIL: 8G, 7GS; 1-4, 6.75ERA; 30.2IP, 26:9

Felix Hernandez (’03) – SEA: 31G, 31GS; 12-10, 3.04ERA; 204.1IP; 46:216

Jeremy Jeffress (’10) – TOR: 10G, 0GS; 1-0, 0.87ERA; 10.1IP; 5:12

Caesar Jimenez (’03) – PHI: 19G, 0GS; 1-1, 3.71; 17.1IP; 10:11

Shawn Kelley (’08) – NYY: 57G, 0GS; 4-2, 4.39ERA; 53.1IP; 23:71

Shaun Marcum (’09) – NYM: 14G, 12GS; 1-10, 5.29ERA; 78.1IP, 21:60

Jimmy Nelson (’11) – MIL: 4G, 1GS; 0-0, 0.90ERA; 10.0IP; 5:8

Eric O’Flaherty (’05) – ATL: 19G, 0GS; 3-0, 2.50ERA; 18.0IP; 5:11

Jake Odorizzi (’10) – TB: 7G, 4GS; 0-1, 1SV, 3.94ERA; 29.2IP; 8:22

Manny Parra (’11) – CIN: 57G, 0GS; 2-3, 3.33ERA; 46.0IP; 15:56

Wily Peralta (’09) – MIL: 32G, 32GS; 11-15, 4.37ERA; 183.1IP; 73:129

JJ Putz (’00) – ARZ: 40G, 0GS; 3-1, 6SV, 2.36ERA; 34.1IP; 17:38

JC Ramirez (’08) – PHI: 18G, 0GS; 0-1, 7.50ERA; 24.0IP; 15:16

Rafael Soriano (’00) – WAS: 68G, 0GS; 3-3, 43SV, 3.11ERA; 66.2IP; 17:51

Caleb Thielbar (’10) – MIN: 49G, 0GS; 3-2, 1.76ERA; 46.0IP; 14:39

Tyler Thornburg (’11) – MIL: 18G, 7GS; 3-1, 2.03ERA; 66.2IP; 26:48

Matt Thornton (’00) – CHW: 40G, 0GS; 0-3, 3.86ERA; 28.0IP; 10:21
Matt Thornton (’00) – BOS: 20G; 0GS; 0-1, 3.52ERA; 15.1IP; 5:9

Chris Tillman (’07) – BAL: 33G, 33GS; 16-7, 3.71ERA; 206.1IP; 68:179

Anthony Varvaro (’07) – ATL: 62G, 0GS; 3-1, 1SV; 2.82ERA; 73.1IP; 25:43

Rattlers Alumni Stats – MiLB

Time to start regular posting again on the blog after a few days away from the keyboard.

Back-to-Work

This week’s alumni post takes a look at the Minor League regular season stats of Rattlers alumni.  There are a lot of former Rattlers on this list.  In an effort to shorten that list a bit, I have made a few ground rules.

The player must not have appeared in a major league game (Except in one case)
The player’s stats will be from his highest level
The player must not be in the Brewers system
If the player spent time with two teams at the same level, both will be included.
Hitters stats will be Games; AVG/OBP/SLG; HR; RBI
Pitchers stats will be Games, Games Started, Record; (SVsif any); ERA; IP; BB:K

If you want to check the stats of the former Brewers with Nashville, Huntsville, or Brevard County, click on the team name.

HITTERS:
Denny Almonte (’08) Triple-A Tacoma: 28G; .163/.212/.315; 3HR, 9RBI

Leury Bonilla (’07) Triple-A Tacoma: 42G; .254/.312/.331; 2HR, 7RBI

Daniel Carroll (’08) Single-A Rome; 36G; .277/.318/.395; 1HR, 17RBI

Jeff Clement (’05): Triple-A Rochester; 123G; .220/.291/.388; 16HR, 70RBI

Juan Diaz (’08): Triple-A Columbus; 122G; .242/.317/.348; 8HR; 45RBI

Joe Dunigan (’08): Triple-A Tacoma; 25G; .193/280/.375; 4HR, 11RBI

Cutter Dykstra (’10): Single-A Potomac; 107G; .283/.413/.388; 4HR, 43RBI

Robbie Garvey (’11): Single-A Rancho Cucamonga; 19G; .255/.415/.294; 0HR, 6RBI

Erik Komatsu (’09): Triple-A Syracuse; 9G; .160/.250/.160; 0HR, 0RBI

Alex Liddi (’08): Triple-A Tacoma; 59G; .263/.322/..454; 11HR; 43RBI
Alex Liddi (’08): Triple-A Norfolk; 49G; .222/.269/.378; 4HR; 22RBI

Carlos Maldonado (’99); Triple-A Syracuse; 14G; .098/.159/.098; 0HR, RBI

Israel Nunez (’08); Triple-A Yucatan; 12G; .308/.333/.385; 0HR, 3RBI
Israel Nunez (’08): Triple-A Campeche; 3G; .250/..400/.250; 0HR, 2RBI

Oscar Ramirez (’00): Triple-A Norte; 38G, .290/.369/.458; 2HR, 13RBI
Oscar Ramirez (’00): Triple-A Minatitlan; 20G; .267/.302/.433; 2HR, 9RBI

Kalian Sams (’07): Triple-A Tuscon; 24G; .160/.263/.260; 1HR, 3RBI

Mike Wilson (’05): Triple-A Tucson; 76G; .291/.354/.455; 7HR; 42RBI

PITCHERS:
Nate Adcock (’08): Triple-A Omaha; 10G; 9GS; 3-4, 7.09ERA; 47.0IP, 23:28
Nate Adcock (’08): Triple-A Reno; 16G; 0GS; 5-2, 6.38ERA; 66.1IP; 27:41

Austin Bibens-Dirkx (’06): Double-A New Hampshire; 12G; 10GS; 3-4, 1.92 65.2IP; 17:57

Ryan Feierabend (’04): Triple-A Round Rock; 24G; 16GS; 6-5, 3.66ERA; 120.1IP; 33:79

Thomas Keeling (’11): Double-A Mississippi; 29G; 0GS; 1-2, 5.68ERA; 25.1IP; 28:17

Brett Lorin (’08): Triple-A Reno; 19G; 0GS; 0-2, 1SV, 3.34ERA; 29.2IP; 11:21

Efrain Nieves (’10): Single-A Dunedin; 7G, 4GS; 2-2, 5.49ERA; 19.2IP; 7:13

Edward Paredes (’08): Double-A Akron; 6G, 0GS; 0-1, 8.10ERA; 6.2IP; 3:12

Michael Pineda (’08): Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre; 6G, 6GS; 1-1, 3.86ERA; 23.1IP; 6:26

Adrian Rosario (’11): Double-A Binghamton; 6G, 0GS; 0-0, 10.13ERA; 8.0IP; 12:9

Ryan Rowland-Smith (’03): Triple-A Pawtucket; 37G, 0GS; 7-0, 1SV, 1.55ERA; 52.1IP; 15:45

Juan Sandoval (’03): Triple-A Durham; 12G, 2GS; 1-1, 3.13ERA; 23.0IP; 5:16

Justin Souza (’08): Triple-A Toledo; 12G, 0GS; 0-1, 10.29ERA; 14.0IP; 8:13

Justin Thomas (’06): Triple-A Sacramento; 16G, 16GS; 3-6, 4.48ERA; 84.1IP; 34:68

Sean White (’07): Triple-A Albuquerque; 34G, 7GS; 6-6, 3.51ERA; 74.1IP; 43:43

Fabian Williamson (’07): Single-A Bakersfield; 7G, 7GS; 1-4, 6.61ERA; 32.2IP; 19:37

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