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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
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
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
We are having our year-end meetings as a front office staff today. I don’t have a lot of time for a post as we have just taken a break for lunch.
We also talked about trying stuff that we have never tried. Here is a video of something that we never tried before this past season.
Consider this the pilot episode of The Mehring Mile. This is an interview with Matt Erickson from a couple of weeks after the team returned from the Bowling Green/Dayton road trip. There wasn’t enough time to do another episode during the season, but I think we will make time to do this more next year.
The joke I heard after this was shown on the video board was that the interview segment should be called Motion Sickness w/ Mehring.
Yeah. We’ll work on that, too.
I am pretty sure that ‘Ive Got You Babe’ was the song that was playing on my clock/radio this morning.
No doubleheader today. But, this team intro video will be played again at the stadium this season…eventually.
Now, the reason you are all here. Snowy Stadium Pictures. When does Andie MacDowell show up so she and I can build a snowman?
I may talk a walk to the pedestrian bridge that crosses Highway 41 later today….I may go see ’42′ today….I may just curl up under my desk and wait for April….It is April? Could’ve fooled me.
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.
Pictures first. Video second.
And since this is where I’ll be spending the majority of my time, I will start with Home Radio:
Here is what my brothers in sound from around the MWL have in store for them:
The press box has been expanded, too:
Inside a suite on the club level:
Yes. This photo was taken on a different day. At least the Sun was out when I took this one.
We tried some different camera movements in this video! Enjoy!
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:
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
Episode 12 is available.
We will start filming again after January 1 so this is the last episode of the new year.
However, I did get over to the site yesterday to take a few photos from the center field.
It is snowing today. No. Check that. It is a CLASS THREE KILLSTORM today. If it lets up by lunch, I may try to get over to the ballpark and take a photo or two to show how the project progressed in a CLASS THREE KILLSTORM! (Editor’s note: Classic Simpson’s quotes never get old.)
Latest renovation photos:
The above scenes were captured for Episode Eight of the Renovation Update. Here is Episode Seven:
Big News. This is Big News in our corner of the sky.
The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers will need to renovate their trophy case inside Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium. Minor League Baseball announced the Midwest League affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers as winners of the National Larry MacPhail Award, which symbolizes the top promotional effort in Minor League Baseball.
“The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers do an exceptional job of not only promoting their club in the community, but also of trying to tie in an element that benefits its residents in their ballpark promotions, as well,” Pat O’Conner, President of Minor League Baseball, said in a release earlier today. “The Timber Rattlers have programs and promotions in place for fans of all ages, including several geared towards improving behavior and lifestyle of area youths.”
“Wisconsin’s use of various social media to promote themselves, especially through their mobile web site that allows fans to interact during games, as well as throughout the off-season, merits their selection as the winner of the 2012 Larry MacPhail Award,” said O’Conner.
The award has been given annually since 1966.
More at the link up top and this link to the MiLB.com story.
Elsewhere on the home page:
Flashback Friday wraps up the Subsidy Saga of 1987. Like I say at the end of the article…”sometimes it is a miracle that professional baseball survived in the Fox Cities.”
From Wednesday, Rafael Neda stepped into The Interrogation Room.
The Timber Rattlers are holding a Holiday card contest. Children 14 & under can enter by designing our 2012 card. Download the sheet right here. Deadline is Monday, November 19th.
Alumni Report for Winter Ball. (Stats Through 11/8 and the slash line is AVG/OBP/SLG for those out of practice)
Arizona Fall League:
Phoenix Desert Dogs:
Khris Davis: 226/348/264; 0HR, 6 RBI
Brock Kjeldgaard: 385/455/846; 4HR, 9RBI
Hunter Morris: 253/302/354; HR, 6RBI
Josh Prince: 403/489/558; HR, 7RBI
Nick Bucci: 5G, 5GS, 2-2, 15.0IP; 15R, 15ER, 5BB, 21K
Kyle Heckathorn: 8G, 0GS, 1-0, 11.1IP, 7R, 5ER, 5BB, 8K
Santo Manzanillo: 3G, 0GS, 0-1, 2.0IP, 7R, 7ER, 4BB, K
Jimmy Nelson: 6G, 5GS, 2-2, 18.0IP, 10R, 8ER, 12BB, 20K
Aguilas del Zulia:
Austin Bibens-Dirkx: 3G, 2GS, 0-0, SAVE, 10.2IP, R, ER, BB, 11K
Bravos De Margarita:
Renee Cortez: 5G, 0GS, 1-1, 7.2IP, 3R, 2ER, 2BB, 4K
Cardenales de Lara:
Edilio Colina: 259/355/259; 0HR, 2RBI
Johan Limonta: 296/321/407; HR, 2RBI
Luis Valbuena: 333/500/462; 0HR, 4RBI
Jose Escalona: 9G, 0S, 0-0, 7.1IP, 3R, 2ER, 5BB, 6K
Ryan Feierabend: 4G, 4GS, 0-0, 23.0IP, 6R, 5ER, 4BB, 14K
Caesar Jimenez: 7G, 0GS, 0-1, 3 SAVES, 6.1IP, 2R, ER, 0BB, 11K
Caribes de Anzategui:
Luis Oliveros: 625/625/875; 0HR, 3RBI
Mike Wilson: 063/250/063; 0HR, RBI
Navegantes del Magallanes:
Sean Halton: 160/263/360; 3HR, 6RBI
Carlos Maldonado: 367/451/733; 6HR, 18RBI
Tiburones de La Guaira:
JC Ramirez: 5G, 0GS, 1-0, 3.1IP, 5R, 4ER, 3BB, 4K
Edward Paredes: 9G, 0GS, 1-0, 6.2IP, R, ER, 4BB, 5K
Juan Sandoval: 6G, 0GS, 0-1, 4.0IP, 9R, 6ER, 3BB, 0K
Estrellas de Oriente:
Juan Diaz: 250/270/361; 0HR, 4RBI
Gigantes del Cibao:
Carlos Peguero: 357/514/714; 3HR, 7RBI
Leones del Escogido:
Taylor Green: 300/333/350; 0HR, 3RBI
Tigres del Licey:
Carlos Triunfel: 222/300/222; 0HR, 3RBI
Sydney Blue Sox:
Craig Anderson: 1G, 1GS, 0-1, 7.0IP, 2R, 2ER, BB, 6K
Cangrejeros de Santruce:
Criollos de Caguas:
*- It was Opening Night on Thursday in Puerto Rico. Just ex-Rattlers who played this week. Stats next week.