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The 2014 Intro Video

Great work by the production crew on putting together the 2014 Intro Video.  It starts with a 1995 song and works through a lot of old videos and photos to the current day.

Make sure to hit the full screen button and see how many players you can name.

 

 

I’m ready to play now. How about you?

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

Mehring Mile w/ Matt Erickson

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.

Team Intro Video & Snowy Stadium Pictures

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?

From the club level

From the club level

From the camera platform beyond the wall in center.

From the camera platform beyond the wall in center.

Appropriately enough this one is from the Toyota Tundra at the top of the right field berm.

Appropriately enough this one is from the Toyota Tundra at the top of the right field berm.

From the reserved bleacher seats in section 116.

From the reserved bleacher seats in section 116.

Just a random shot of the trees beyond the left field berm.

Just a random shot of the trees beyond the left field berm.

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.

Renovation Update: Episode 18

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???

Admit it. You knew this was where I would start.

Admit it. You knew this was where I would start.

Ladder match!

Ladder match!

Now, to the part of the renovations you want to see:

Inside Suite #2

Inside Suite #2

This old photos are a nice touch:

That's Boog Powell from 1960.

That’s Boog Powell from 1960.

A shot of Goodland Field from left field.

A shot of Goodland Field from left field.

More of a shot of Goodland Field's third base stands.

A shot of Goodland Field’s third base stands.

The club seats are installed!  The Club seats are installed!

The club seats are installed! The club seats are installed!

Inside the club level.

Inside the club level.

By special request, here is the new locker room for the coaching staff.

By special request, here is the new locker room for the coaching staff.

This is the old weight room.  It is now a player lounge.

This is the old weight room. It is now a player lounge.

There's a sign that will grab your attention!

There’s a sign that will grab your attention!

And now, Hilary Bauer’s debut on Renovation Update:

Renovation Update: Episode 17

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.

Some photos:

Inside Suite #1.

Inside Suite #1.

A look from outside Suite #1.

A look from outside Suite #1.

A look at the club level from the end of the third base concourse.

A look at the club level from the end of the third base concourse. Pay no attention to the snowflakes.

My favorite part of this picture is that piece just below the peak of the roof that is shaped like the Timber Rattler logo.

My favorite part of this picture is that piece just below the peak of the roof that is shaped like the Timber Rattler logo.

In the video this week, banquet facility, concessions, restrooms, suites, home radio booth, and ticket windows….not necessarily in that order.

Renovation Update: Episode 16

Pictures first.  Video second.

And since this is where I’ll be spending the majority of my time, I will start with Home Radio:

Renovation 005

The futon is going to go against the far wall.

As I mentioned on twitter: Yes, smart alecks, the windows will open.

As I mentioned on twitter: Yes, smart alecks, the windows will open.

A good photographer is never seen in his pictures.

A good photographer is never seen in his pictures.

Here is what my brothers in sound from around the MWL have in store for them:

Your own door!

Your own door!

The press box has been expanded, too:

Plenty of room!

This looks like the set for one of those old: I’m a Mac. I’m a PC commercials.

Inside a suite on the club level:

I may try to call a game from up here one day this summer.

I may try to call a game from up here one day this summer.

Workers!

A view of the first base stands.

A view of the first base stands from the club seats on the upper level.

Yes. This photo was taken on a different day.  At least the Sun was out when I took this one.

See. The Sun does come out in Wisconsin!

See. The Sun does come out in Wisconsin!

We tried some different camera movements in this video!  Enjoy!

Renovation Update: Episode 15

Just like last week.  Pictures first.  Video second.

If you’ll indulge me, here is my new apartment…I mean, home radio booth.

Home Radio booth

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”.

Inside the main office.

Inside the main office.

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.

Front office entrance.

Front office entrance.

If you look to the left from the same spot, you will see the new team store.

Team store entrance.

Team store entrance.

And here is the view from one of the upstairs camera platforms:

Panorama!

Panorama!

Let’s get this snow out of here!

In the meantime, here is the video:

Video! Renovation Update: Episode 13

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

VIDEO!

Renovation Update (Video & Photos)

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.

Field level

Field level

The left side of an eventual panorama.

The left side of an eventual panorama.

The right side of an eventual panorama...If I can figure out how to do that.

The right side of an eventual panorama…If I can figure out how to do that.

The second door from the right is supposed to be the entrance to the new radio booth.  THIS is all I really care about in the whole construction project. ;)

The second door from the right is supposed to be the entrance to the new radio booth. THIS is all I really care about in the whole construction project. ;)

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.)

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