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Time to review the 2015 season.
Click this document for the records in certain situations, team highs and lows, individual highs and lows, runs by inning, starts by position, starts by batting order, and various other things of interest.
A few things that stood out:
Wisconsin scored four or fewer runs in 99 out of 139 games.
Wisconsin allowed four or fewer runs in 81 out of 139 games
Wisconsin opponents had nine walkoff wins this season.
The Timber Rattlers were 13-31 in one run games
The Timber Rattlers offense reached double digits in runs one time in 139 games
The only inning in which the Rattlers outscored their opponents was the 5th (55-54)
In the first three innings of games, opponents outscored Wisconsin 232-154
The Timber Rattlers were 8-42 (34 games under .500) against Cedar Rapids, Kane County, and Quad Cities
The Timber Rattlers were 42-47 (Five games under .500) against the rest of the Midwest League
The Timber Rattlers did not have one player drive in more than three runs in a game in 2015
Elvis Rubio started 117 games in right field
Jake Gatewood led the Rattlers in games started at short (51) despite going to Helena for two months.
The Timber Rattlers had 14 different leadoff batters
The Timber Rattlers had 11 different cleanup batters
Carlos Leal batted cleanup 23 times to lead the team
David Denson, Elvis Rubio, & Dustin DeMuth each hit cleanup 22 times
Click on the link up top for the full story. Check my math, too…if you dare!
Here’s the view out my window today:
The renovation project is in full swing. Watch the progress live on the TimberRattlerTV!
Also, I will be taking some time off over the next few weeks. I’ll be posting on an irregular schedule between now and the last week in September, but there will be plenty of posts and information and stuff. Bring on the 2016 season!
Hilary Bauer is the new onfield host for the Timber Rattlers. She took over the tour guide duties for Renovation Update: Episode 18 while I was in Arizona for Spring Training.
The episode is below.
I did manage to get over there for a few pictures on Wednesday. Where to start….where to start???
Now, to the part of the renovations you want to see:
This old photos are a nice touch:
And now, Hilary Bauer’s debut on Renovation Update:
I just want to state that it was snowing when we shot the video and photos on Monday. At the very moment that I write this post, it is not snowing.
A little news. This is my final Renovation Update video. I will be in Arizona from March 21 through March 26. Hilary Bauer, the new onfield host for the Timber Rattlers, will be taking over for Episode 18 as we get closer and closer to completion of this project.
In the video this week, banquet facility, concessions, restrooms, suites, home radio booth, and ticket windows….not necessarily in that order.
I just happened to be over at the stadium today and I saw something wonderful that needed to be shared before we shot the next video update.
The tarp has been taken down from some of the upper level.
We’ll have video and more photos next week. Have a great weekend, everyone! Think Spring!
Just like last week. Pictures first. Video second.
If you’ll indulge me, here is my new apartment…I mean, home radio booth.
This is the new bullpen area. Bullpen as in “area for office workers” not as in “place for pitchers to warm up before entering a game”.
If you look to the right when you are near the front of the stadium, you will see the new entrance to the front office.
If you look to the left from the same spot, you will see the new team store.
And here is the view from one of the upstairs camera platforms:
Let’s get this snow out of here!
In the meantime, here is the video:
This week: Photos AND video!
First the pictures:
Now, the video brings it all together with views of some areas that have not been seen before this episode:
We have video!
Video from the suites. Video from the Club level. Video from the Team Store. Video from the home radio booth. Video from the weight room
I think that we will have video next week!
For now, photos.
Why not start with the shot with the most interest? Let’s go!