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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.

Alumni Report – Wrap on the Caribbean Series & Australia, Addition to WBC Roster, & Lots of Roster Updates!

Lots to get to in this update.

In case you missed it last week, former Timber Rattlers pitcher Nick Bucci has been added to the Canadian Roster for the World Baseball Classic.  See this post on Rattler Radio for more information on the other Alumni on WBC Rosters.

Caribbean Series:
Mexico defeated the Dominican Republic 4-3 in 18 innings for the CS Championship

In Caribbean Series play since our last update, Efrain Nieves picked up a win as a starting pitcher for Puerto Rico on February 5.  His final stats in the Series: 1-0, 1.50ERA; 2g, 1gs; 6.0IP, 4H, R, ER, 2BB, 3K

Australia:
There were no Rattlers involved in the Claxton Shield Championship Series between Perth and Canberra.  However, in the effort to give some closure, Canberra swept Perth 2-0 in the best-of-three Final.  The Calvary won game two 7-6 and it looked like some fun.

Here endeth the Winter Leagues.

Now, Spring Training starts.

I went through the 40-man rosters and Non-Roster Invitees of all MLB teams to see where former Timber Rattlers (and a few ex-Foxes) are going to be starting their springs.

EX-RATTLERS ON MLB 40-MAN ROSTERS:

NATIONAL LEAGUE:

Milwaukee:
Nick Bucci
Hiram Burgos
Khris Davis
Mike Fiers
Scooter Gennett
Taylor Green
Jim Henderson
Martin Maldonado
Santo Manzanillo
Wily Peralta
Josh Prince
Tyler Thornburg
Photo Credit: WM Glasheen

Photo Credit: WM. Glasheen
Photo Credit: Ann Molica

Atlanta:
Eric O’Flaherty
Anthony Varvaro

Arizona:
JJ Putz

Chicago:
Luis Valbuena

Cincinnati:
Shin-Soo Choo

Miami:
Greg Dobbs

Philadelphia:
Phillppe Aumont

Washington:
Rafael Soriano

AMERICAN LEAGUE:

Baltimore:
Adam Jones
Chris Tillman

Boston:
David Ortiz

Chicago:
Matt Thornton

Cleveland:
Asdrubal Cabrera

Kansas City:
Nathan Adcock
Lorenzo Cain

Minnesota:
Caleb Thielbar
Photo Credit: Ann Mollica

New York:
Michael Pineda
Alex Rodriguez

Tampa Bay:
Jake Odorizzi
Photo Credit: Patrick S. Blood

Toronto:
Jeremy Jeffress
Brett Lawrie
Photo Credit: WM Glasheen

Seattle:
Felix Hernandez
Raul Ibanez
Alex Liddi
Carlos Peguero
Michael Saunders
Carlos Triunfel

EX-RATTLERS AS NON-ROSTER INVITEES:

NATIONAL LEAGUE:

Milwaukee:
Kentrail Davis
Rafael Neda
Hunter Morris
Photo Credit: Ann Mollica

New York:
Scott Atchison

Philadelphia:
Cesar Jimenez
JC Ramirez
Photo Credit: Dennis Hubbard

Saint Louis:
Rob Johnson

San Diego:
Rene Rivera

Washington:
Carlos Maldonado

AMERICAN LEAGUE:

Cleveland:
Edward Paredes

Detroit:
Matt Tuiasosopo

Kansas City:
Adam Moore

Minnesota:
Jeff Clement

Tampa Bay:
Juan Sandoval

Rattler Alumni Report – Aussie Playoff & Caribbean Series Edition

The two former Timber Rattlers in the Australia Baseball League Preliminary Final were on the losing side.  The evergreen Carlos Maldonado was on the winning side in the Venezuelan Championship series and there are a few ex-Rattlers participating in the Caribbean Series that started in Hermosilla, Mexico over the weekend. 

Stats are updated through Sunday.  To see the stats of ex-Rattlers who did not play in the last week, click here and here.

TO THE REPORT!

AUSTRALIA:
The Syndey Blue Sox lost a doubleheader to the Perth Heat in the ABL Preliminary Final to get swept out of the playoffs.  Yep.  Game one was rained out and they played a doubleheader for the playoffs. 

Craig Anderson was the game one starter for Sydney.  He pitched well, but got a no decision.  Chris Snelling played in both games, but left for a pinch runner in the second inning of game two.  According to the play-by-play, Snelling tagged from second and made third base on a flyball to center and was replaced.  I hope he didn’t get hurt again.

SYDNEY BLUE SOX:
Craig Anderson: 6.oIP, 5H, R, 2BB, K, No Decision
Chris Snelling: 2g, 2-for-4, 2B, single, walk

VENEZUELA:
Navagantes Magallanes defeated Cardenales de Lara in the Venezuela Championship Series 4 games to 3 with former Rattler Carlos Maldonado (1997, 1998, 1999) providing a big spark for Magallanes in the deciding game. (Highlights of Game Seven from ESPN Desportes HERE).  Also, Austin Bibens-Dirkx got the call to appear in a game for Magallanes after pitching for Zulia in the Venezuelan regular season.

MAGALLANES:
Carlos Maldonado: 13g, .243/.420/.378; HR, 6RBI
Austin Bibens-Dirkx: 0-0, 15.00ERA; 1g, 1gs; 3.0IP, 7H, 5R, BB, K

LARA:
Oswaldo Navarro: 5g; .125/.222/.500; HR, 3RBI
Luis Valbuena: 23g; .341/.412/.549; 4HR, 21RBI
Jose Escalona: 0-0, 3.38; 5g; 2.2IP, 5BB, K
Cesar Jimenez: 0-0, 0.00; 12g; 10.2IP, 3BB, 13K

The Caribbean series stated over the weekend.  The Dominican Republic is off to a 3-0 start in the four-team, double round robin tournament. Follow the series on this site off the main mlb.com site.

Efrain Nieves has appeared in a game for Puerto Rico.  Austin Bibens-Dirkx is on the roster for Venezuela, but has not appeared in a game yet.

PUERTO RICO:
Efrain Nieves: 1g, IP, 0H, 0R, 0BB, 0K

Rattlers Alumni Report – Through games of 1/27/13

The Australian Baseball League has wrapped their regular season this past weekend.  Sydney (with Craig Anderson and Chris Snelling) face Perth in the preliminary round of the ABL playoffs this weekend.  The winner of that game will play Canberra in the Grand Championship the following weekend.

Game Five of the Championship Series in Venezuela is scheduled for tonight with Magallanes (Carlos Maldonado) and Lara (Luis Valbuena, Oswalso Navarro, and Cesar Jimenez) tied at two wins each through four games.

Australia (Final Regular Season Stats):
Sydney Blue Sox (26-19, 2nd):
Craig Anderson: 8-2, 2.10ERA; 12g, 12gs; 81.1IP; 5BB, 39K
Chris Snelling: 29g, .273/.492/.398; 2HR, 12RBI

Dominican Republic:
Leones del Escogido defeated Aguilas Cibaenas 5-0 in the best-of-nine Championship Series.  Bold Italics = Played last week

Aguilas Cibaenas:
BOBBY! Livingston: 1-0, 0.00ERA; 4g, 3.2IP; BB, 3K
Edward Paredes: 0-0, 0.00ERA; 14g, 6.2IP; 4BB, 4K
Juan Sandoval: 0-2, 1.98ERA; 17g, 13.2IP; 3BB, 9K

Estrellas de Oriente:
Juan Diaz: 6g; .176/.176/.294; 0HR, RBI

Toro del Este:
Carlos Peguero: 2g; .000/.167/.000; 0HR, RBI
Rene Rivera: 11g; .240/.345/.280; 0HR; 0RBI

Puerto Rico:
Crillos de Caguas defeated Indios de Mayaguez 4-2 in the best-of-seven Championship Series

Cangrejeros de Santurce:
Jeff Dominguez: 11g; .279/.354/.349; 2HR, 5RBI
Yadiel Rivera: 8g; .269/.259/.346; 0HR, 2RBI
Miguel Martinez: 0-0, 0.00ERA; 2g, 5.0IP; 0BB, K

Criollos de Caguas:
Efrain Nieves: 0-0, 10.381ERA; 5g, 4.1IP; 3BB, K

Indios de Mayaguez:
Martin Maldonado: 18g; .242/.333/.379; HR, 9RBI

Venezuela:
As mentioned above, Lara and Magallanes are even at two wins each in the Championship Series.

Aguilas del Zulia (5-11):
Austin Bibens-Dirkx: 1-2, 3.06ERA; 4g, 4gs, 17.2IP; 4BB, 13K

Cardenales de Lara (10-6):
Oswaldo Navarro: 4g; .000/.125/.000; 0HR, RBI
Luis Valbuena: 20g; .350/.416/.550; 3HR; 20RBI
Jose Escalona: 0-0, 3.38ERA; 5g, 2.2IP; 5BB, K
Cesar Jimenez: 0-0, 0.00ERA; 7g, 7.2IP; 2BB, 7K

Caribes de Anzoategui (8-8):
Luis Oliveros: 5g; .286/.375/.357; 0HR, 2RBI

Leones del Caracas (7-9):
Justin Thomas: 1-0, 0.96; 10g, 9.1IP; 2BB, 3K

Navagantes del Magallanes (10-6):
Carlos Maldonado: 10g; .179/.368/.214; 0HR, 2RBI

Rattler Alumni Update – Nearing the end of the Winter Leagues

Australia is still in the regular season.  The Dominican Republic’s Championship series is almost over.  Puerto Rico is three games into their Championship Series.  Venezuela appears to have reached the end of the round robin part of their post season.

Australia stats are regular season.  Caribbean League stats are playoffs only.

Australia:
Sydney Blue Sox (24-18)
Craig Anderson: 7-2, 2.18ERA; 11g, 11gs; 74.1IP, 5BB, 37K
Chris Snelling: 26g; .256/.465/.378; 2HR, 11RBI

Chris Snelling with Sydney from The Australian Baseball Digest.

Chris Snelling with Sydney from The Australian Baseball Digest.

Dominican Republic:
Leones del Escogido leads Aguilas Cibaenas 4-0 in the best-of-nine Championship Series

Aguilas Cibaenas:
BOBBY! Livingston: 1-0, 0.00ERA; 4g, 3.2IP; BB, 3K
Edward Paredes: 0-0, 0.00ERA; 13g, 6.2IP; 3BB, 4K
Juan Sandoval: 0-2, 2.25ERA; 16g, 12.0IP; 3BB, 9K

Estrellas de Oriente:
Juan Diaz: 6g; .176/.176/.294; 0HR, RBI

Toro del Este:
Carlos Peguero: 2g; .000/.167/.000; 0HR, RBI
Rene Rivera: 11g; .240/.345/.280; 0HR; 0RBI

Puerto Rico:
Indios de Mayaguez leads Crillos de Caguas 2-0 in the best-of-seven Championship Series

Cangrejeros de Santurce:
Jeff Dominguez: 11g; .279/.354/.349; 2HR, 5RBI
Yadiel Rivera: 8g; .269/.259/.346; 0HR, 2RBI
Miguel Martinez: 0-0, 0.00ERA; 2g, 5.0IP; 0BB, K

Criollos de Caguas:
Efrain Nieves: 0-0, 7.71ERA; 4g, 2.1IP; BB, 0K

Indios de Mayaguez:
Martin Maldonado: 15g; .232/.317/.393; HR, 7RBI

Martin Maldonado gets ready to make the tag at the plate.  From Indios de Mayaguez website

Martin Maldonado gets ready to make the tag at the plate. From Indios de Mayaguez website

Venezuela:
Aguilas del Zulia (5-11):
Austin Bibens-Dirkx: 1-2, 3.06ERA; 4g, 4gs, 17.2IP; 4BB, 13K

Cardenales de Lara (10-6):
Oswaldo Navarro: 3g; .000/.143/.000; 0HR, RBI
Luis Valbuena: 16g; .354/.417/.523; 2HR; 17RBI
Jose Escalona: 0-0, 3.38ERA; 5g, 2.2IP; 5BB, K
Cesar Jimenez: 0-0, 0.00ERA; 6g, 6.2IP; 2BB, 6K

Caribes de Anzoategui (8-8):
Luis Oliveros: 5g; .286/.375/.357; 0HR, 2RBI

Leones del Caracas (7-9):
Justin Thomas: 1-0, 0.96; 10g, 9.1IP; 2BB, 3K

Justin Thomas (63) gets high fives from his Caracas teammates. From Venezolana de Television.

Justin Thomas (63) gets high fives from his Caracas teammates. From Venezolana de Television.

Navagantes del Magallanes (10-6):
Carlos Maldonado: 7g; .200/.407/.250; 0HR, RBI

Rattler Alumni Report (Winter League Playoff Edition)

Australia is still in the regular season, but the Caribbean Winter Leagues have all moved into the playoffs.

At a point in the future, I’ll go back to look at how former Rattlers did in the regular season of the Winter Leagues.  But, for now, here is a playoff update….after checking on Craig Anderson in Australia.

Craig Anderson as a member of the Sydney Blue Sox (SMP Images/Brett Crockford)

Craig Anderson as a member of the Sydney Blue Sox (SMP Images/Brett Crockford)

Australia:
Sydney Blue Sox (18-16 Tied for 2nd):
Craig Anderson: 5-2, 1.94ERA, 9g, 9gs, 60.1IP, 5BBs, 29K

Okay, NOW the playoffs:

Dominican Republic:
Aguilas Cibaenas (6-3 in round robin play):
Edward Paredes: 0-0, 0.00ERA, 6g, 3IP, 0BB, 3K
Juan Sandoval: 0-0, 0.00, 7g, 5IP, BB, 6K

Estrellas de Oriente (2-7 in round robin play):
Juan Diaz: 6g, .176/.176/.176, 0HR, RBI

Toros del Este (4-5 in round robin play):
Carlos Peguero: 2g, .000/.167/.000, 0HR, RBI
Rene Rivera: 7g, .313/.421/.375. 0HR, 0RBI

Puerto Rico:
Cangrejeros de Santurce (1-3)
Jeff Dominguez: 4g, .188/.188/.250, 0HR, 0RBI
Yadiel Rivera: 2g, .250/.250/.250, 0HR, 0RBI

Criollos de Caguas (3-1):
Efrain Nieves: 1g, 0-0, 13.50ERA, .2IP, BB, 0K

Indios de Mayaguez (3-1):
Martin Maldonado: 4g, .214/.313/.286, 0HR, RBI

Venezuela:
Aguilas del Zulia (2-2):
Austin Bibens-Dirkx: 1-0, 0.00ERA, 1g, 1gs, 6.0IP, 2BB, 5K

Luis Valbuena with Lara (LVBP.com)

Luis Valbuena with Lara (LVBP.com)

Cardenales de Lara (2-2):
Luis Valbuena: 4g, .278/.316/.278, 0HR, RBI
Cesar Jimenez: 2g, 0-0, 0.00ERA, 2g, 2IP, BB, 2K

Asdrubal Cabrera is way more excited to be playing for Leones del Caracas than he was in this photograph.

Asdrubal Cabrera is way more excited to be playing for Leones del Caracas than he was in this photograph.

Leones del Caracas (2-2):
Asdrubal Cabrera: 4g, .353/.353/.412, 0HR, 2RBI

Navegantes del Magallanes (2-2):
Carlos Maldonado: 1g, .000/1.000/.000, 0HR, 0RBI*

*That would be two walks in two plate appearances for Carlos Maldonado as a member of the Navegantes del Magallanes in the Venezuelan playoffs.

That time of the year

There is a new Mehring Monday up on the main website.  It takes a look at the career Raul Ibanez and his home runs.

Speaking of Raul Ibanez, some interesting documents were found as the front office prepared to move over to the new office building – 2350 N. Casaloma, Suite 102.  Those documents are the scoresheets and long form boxscores from the first half of the 1994 Appleton Foxes season.  Ibanez, Alex Rodriguez, and a few other future major league players were part of that team.  I am still trying to figure out how to use them on the blog, but keep your eyes open on this space for a little bit more of Appleton Baseball History.

That time of the year – from the title of the post – would refer to the start of the Fall and Winter Leagues.  Arizona Fall, Dominican Winter, and Venezuela Winter have all started within the last week.  Australia and Puerto Rico will start soon.

As of now, 23 former Timber Rattlers have seen action in the three leagues that have begun play. 

ARIZONA FALL LEAGUE:
Phoenix Desert Dogs:
Nick Bucci
Khris Davis
Brockk Kjeldgaard
Santo Manzanillo
Hunter Morris
Jimmy Nelson
Josh Prince

Peoria Javelinas:
Caleb Thielbar

LIGA VENEZUELA DE BEISBOL PROFESIONAL:
Cardenales de Lara:
Edilio Colina
Jose Escalona
Ryan Feireabend
Jose Jimenez
Johan Limonta
Oswaldo Navarro

Navagantes del Magallanes:
Sean Halton
Carlos Maldonado

Bravos de Margarita:
Renee Cortez

Aquilas del Zulia:
Austin Bibens-Dirkx

Caribes de Anzoategui:
Mike Wilson

LIGA DE BEISBOL DOMINICANO:
Aguilas Cibeanes:
Edward Paredes
Juan Sandoval

Leones del Escogido:
Taylor Green

Tigres del Licey:
Carlos Triunfel

No ex-Rattlers playing in the Mexican League that I could find.  I’ll update this list once Puerto Rico and Australia begin play.

Alumni Winter League Stats

Bryan LaHair at the plate during a 2004 game. LaHair hit 15 home runs in Venezuela during the regular season of the winter league.

Australia still has a few weeks left in the regular season.  It appears that Puerto Rico ends their regular season tonight.  Playoffs have started in Venezuela and the Dominican Republic.

Australian Baseball League

Adelaide Bite:
Denny Almonte (’08): 30 games; .347/.412/.669; 10HR, 32RBI

Perth Heat:
James McOwen (’07): 27 games; .318/.397/.445; 1HR, 11RBI

Sydney Blue Sox:
Craig Anderson (’00): 8 games, 8 starts; 2-1, 3.63ERA; 44.2IP, 7BB, 26K

Liga Venezuela Beisbol Profesional

Aguilas del Zulia:
Carlos Maldonado (’99): 40 games; .239/.415/.349; 2HR, 12RBI
Austin Bibens-Dirkx (’06): 14 games, 13 starts; 7-3, 2.19ERA; 78.0IP, 22BB, 51K
Jose Escalona (’08): 23 games; 0-1, 2.63ERA; 13.2IP, 9BB, 8K

Bravos de Margarita:
Edgar Trejo (’09): 8 games; 1-for-10
Renee Cortez (’03): 10 games; 1-2, 3.86ERA; 14IP, 8BB, 5K

Cardenales de Lara:
Johan Limonta (’06): 38 games; .286/.347/.444; 3HR, 16RBI
Oswaldo Navarro (’05): 47 games; .266/.351/.406; 4HR, 18RBI
Michael Saunders (’06): 16 games; .148/.292/.259; 1HR, 4RBI
Luis Valbuena (’06): 60 games; .284/.380/.445; 5HR, 31RBI
Cesar Jimenez (’03): 19 games; 1-4, 6.50ERA; 18.0IP; 10BB, 8K

Caribes de Anzoategui:
Luis Oliveros (’02): 6 games; .235/.350/.235; 0HR, 4RBI
Mike Wilson (’05): 44 games; .216/.379/.424; 9HR, 22RBI

Leones del Caracas:
Asdrubal Cabrera (’05): 17 games; .246/.368/.404; 2HR, 10RBI
Mike Fiers (’09): 6 games, 5 starts; 3-2, 2.22ERA; 28.1IP, 10BB, 18K
Justin Thomas (’06): 9 games; 1-0, 2.70ERA; 6.2IP, 3BB, 0K

Navegantes del Magallanes:
Lorenzo Cain (’09): 9 games; .212/.333/.333; 1HR, 2RBI
Bryan LaHair (’04): 47 games; .272/.404/.592; 15HR, 29RBI

Liga de Beisbol Profesional de Puerto Rico

Criollos de Caguas:
Efrain Nieves (’10): 15 games; 1 start; 1-1, 2.05ERA; 22.0IP; 5BB, 10K

Gigantes de Carolina:
Jeff Dominguez (’06): 39 games; .324/.406/.475; 5HR; 20RBI
Rene Rivera (’03): 18 games; .211/.233/.298; 0HR, 5RBI
BOBBY Livingston (’03): 4 games; 4 starts; 0-2, 2.35ERA; 23.0IP, 6BB, 15K

Indios de Mayaguez:
Martin Maldonado (’09): 35 games; .271/.350/.415; 4HR, 15RBI
Hiram Burgos (’10): 8 games, 6 starts; 1-3, 7.43ERA; 23.0IP, 13BB, 16K

Leones de Ponce:
Ryan Rowland-Smith (’03): 6 games, 5 starts; 0-3, 3.63ERA; 22.1IP, 14BB, 13K

Liga de Beisbol Dominicano

Aguilas Cibaenas:
Edward Paredes (’08): 17 games; 0-1, SAVE; 1.50ERA; 12.0IP, 4BB, 10K
Juan Sandoval (’03): 24 games; 2-1, 1.32ERA; 27.1IP, 10BB, 15K

Estrellas de Oriente:
Juan Diaz (’07): 12 games; .133/.212/.133; 0HR, 0RBI

Gigantes del Cibao:
Daniel Carroll (’08): 9 games; .143/.200/.143; 0HR, 0RBI
Carlos Peguero (’08): 45 games; .259/.342/.512; 11HR, 29RBI
Aquilino Lopez (’00): 11 games, 10 starts; 3-2, 3.44ERA; 36.2IP, 8BB, 23K
Wily Peralta (’09): 6 games, 4 starts; 1-3, 4.68ERA; 25.0IP, 7BB< 21K

Leones del Escogido:
Leury Bonilla (’07): 6 games, 4-for-7, 0HR, RBI
Jorge Sosa (’01): 11 games, 11 starts; 2-4, 3.56ERA; 48.0IP; 16BB, 43K

Tigres del Licey:
Carlos Triunfel (’07): 20 games; .143/.160/.163; 0HR, 2RBI

Alumni in the Winter Leagues (Stats through 12/18/11)

Australian Baseball League:

Adelaide Bite:
Denny Almonte (’08): 24 games; .359/.438/.674; 7HR, 27RBI

Perth Heat:
James McOwen (’07): 19 games; .347/.437/.467; 0HR, 8RBI

Sydney Blue Sox:
Craig Anderson (’00): 7 games, 7 starts; 2-1, 2.52ERA; 39.1IP, 6BB, 23K

Liga Venezuela Beisbol Profesional:

Aguilas del Zulia:
Carlos Maldonado (’99): 32 games; .225/.395/.360; 2HR, 10RBI
Austin Bibens-Dirkx (’06): 12 games, 11 starts; 2-1, 2.20ERA; 65.1IP, 19BB, 41K
Jose Escalona (’08): 17 games; 0-1, 3.18ERA; 11.1IP; 8BB, 5K

Bravos de Margarita:
Edgar Trejo (’08): 6 games; 1-for-7
Renee Cortez (’03): 8 games; 1-1, 2.45ERA; 11.0IP, 7BB, 4K
Ryan Ketchner (’02): 1 game; 0-0, 27.00ERA; 1.0IP, 0BB, 0K

Cardenales de Lara:
Johan Limonta (’06): 30 games; .276/.347/.429; 2HR, 11RBI
Oswaldo Navarro (’05): 42 games; .273/.353/.413; 4HR, 18RBI
Michael Saunders (’06): 16 games; .148/.292/.259; 1HR, 4RBI
Luis Valbuena (’06): 52 games; .269/.372/.414; 4HR, 26RBI
Caesar Jimenez (’03): 17 games; 1-3, 6.61 ERA; 16.1IP, 9BB, 8K

Caribes de Anzoategui:
Luis Oliveros (’02): 6 games; .235/.350/.235; 0HR, 4RBI
Mike Wilson (’05): 44 games; .216/.379/.424; 9HR, 22RBI

Leones del Caracas:
Asdrubal Cabrera (’05): 10 games; .182/.308/.303; 1HR, 4RBI
Mike Fiers (’09): 6 games, 5 starts; 3-2, 2.22ERA; 28.1IP; 10BB, 18K
Justin Thomas (’06): 4 games; 0-0, 2.08ERA; 4.1IP; 2BB, 0K

Navegantes del Magallanes:
Lorenzo Cain (’09): 9 games; .212/.333/.333; 1HR, 2RBI
Bryan LaHair (’02): 39 games; .254/.391/.535; 11HR, 23RBI

Liga de Beisbol Profesional de Puerto Rico:

Criollos de Caguas:
Efrain Nieves (’10): 11 games; 0-1, 4.09ERA; 11.0IP, 4BB, 6K

Gigantes de Carolina:
Jeff Dominguez (’06): 28 games; .320/.395/.500; 5HR, 14RBI
Rene Rivera (’03): 9 games; .276/.323/.414; 0HR, 2RBI
BOBBY Livingston (’03): 2 games, 2 starts; 0-0, 0.90ERA; 10.0IP, 3BB, 8K

Indios de Mayaguez:
Martin Maldonado (’09): 27 games; .299/.379/.494; 4HR, 15RBI
Hiram Burgos (’10): 5 games, 4 starts; 0-2, 9.22ERA; 13.2IP, 6BB, 9K

Leones de Ponce:
Ryan Rowland Smith (’03): 3 games, 2 starts; 0-1, 2.45ERA; 7.1IP, 3BB, 2K

Liga de Beisbol Dominicano:

Aguilas Cibaenas:
Edward Paredes (’08): 16 games; 0-1, 1 SAVE, 1.64ERA; 11.0IP, 4BB, 9K
Juan Sandoval (’03): 23 games; 2-1, 1.37ERA; 26.1IP; 10BB, 15K

Estrellas de Oriente:
Leury Bonilla (’07): 5 games; 1-for-2
Juan Diaz (’08): 12 games; .133/.212/.133; 0HR, 0RBI

Gigantes del Cibao:
Daniel Carroll (’08): 7 games; .077/.143/.077; 0HR, 0RBI
Carlos Peguero (’07): 43 games; .248/.335/.491; 10HR, 28RBI
Aquilino Lopez (’00): 9 games, 8 starts; 2-2, 3.48ERA; 31.0IP; 7BB, 19K
Wily Peralta (’09): 6 games, 4 starts; 1-3, 4.68ERA; 25.0IP, 7BB, 21K

Leones del Escogido:
Jorge Sosa (’01): 10 games, 10 starts; 2-4, 3.52ERA; 46.0IP, 16BB, 40K

Tigres del Licey:
Carlos Triunfel (’07): 17 games; .158/.179/.184; 0HR, 2RBI

Timber Rattlers Alumni in Winter Leagues (Week ending 12/11/11)

Carlos Peguero as a Timber Rattler in 2007. He continues to slug away in Winter Ball this off season. Photo Credit | Wm. Glasheen

 

Daniel Carroll in a Papermakers throwback jersey during the 2008 season. Carroll just made the switch from Puerto Rico to the Dominican Republic in Winter Baseball. He's also played in Venezuela this off season. Photo Credit: Wm. Glasheen

 

Australian Baseball League:

Adelaide Bite:
Denny Almonte (’08): 20 games, .382/.466/.671; 5 HR, 19 RBI

Perth Heat:
James McOwen (’07): 15 games, .367/.449/.517; 0 HR, 7 RBI

Sydney Blue Sox:
Craig Anderson (’00): 6 games, 6 starts, 1-1, 3.03ERA; 32.2IP, 5 BB, 19 K

Liga Venezuela Beisbol Profesional:

Aguilas del Zulia:
Carlos Maldonado (’99): 28 games, .187/.365/.253; 0 HR, 7 RBI
Austin Bibens-Dirkx (’06): 11 games, 10 starts; 5-2, 2.47ERA; 58.1IP, 18BB, 36K
Jose Escalona (’08): 16 games; 0-0, 3.60ERA; 10.0IP, 7BB, 2K

Bravos de Margarita:
Renee Cortez (’03): 6 games; 0-0, 1.93ERA; 9.1IP, 2BB, 4K
Ryan Ketchner (’02): 1 game; 0-0, 27.00ERA; 1.0IP, 0BB, 0K

Cardenales de Lara:
Johan Limonta (’06): 24 games; .250/.319/.405; 2HR, 10 RBI
Oswaldo Navarro (’05): 39 games; .267/.338/.400; 4HR, 17RBI
Michael Saunders (’06): 16 games; .148/.292/.259; 1HR, 4 RBI
Luis Valbuena (’06): 46 games; .265/.372/.426; 4HR, 23 RBI
Caesar Jimenez (’03): 14 games; 1-2, 6.32ERA; 15.2IP, 6BB, 8K

Caribes de Anzoategui
Luis Oliveros (’02): 6 games; .235/.350/.235; 0 HR, 4 RBI
Mike Wilson (’05): 44 games; .216/.379/.424; 9HR, 22 RBI

Leones del Caracas:
Asdrubal Cabrera (’05): 5 games; .200/.400/.267; 0HR; 0 RBI
Mike Fiers (’09):  6 games, 5 starts; 3-2, 2.22ERA; 28.1IP, 10BB, 18K
Justin Thomas (’06): 2 games; 0-0, 0.00ERA; 1.1IP; 1BB, 0K

Navegantes del Magallanes:
Lorenzo Cain (’09): 9 games; .212/.333/.333; 1 HR, 2 RBI
Bryan LaHair (’02): 34 games; .240/.375/.480; 8 HR; 18 RBI

Liga de Beisbol Profesional de Puerto Rico:

Criollos de Caguas:
Efrain Nieves (’10): 9 games; 0-1, 5.19 ERA; 8.2IP; 4BB, 6K

Gigantes de Carolina:
Jeff Dominguez (’06): 23 games; .293/.372/.463; 4HR, 12 RBI
Rene Rivera (’03): 4 games; .333/.385/.500; 0 HR; 0 RBI
BOBBY! Livingston (’03): 1 game, 1 start; 0-0, 0.00ERA; 4.0IP; 1 BB, 3K

Indios de Mayaguez:
Martin Maldonado (’09): 23 games; .329/.388/.548; 4HR, 13 RBI
Hiram Burgos (’10): 4 games, 3 starts; 0-2, 7.59ERA; 10.2IP; 5 BB, 7K

Leones de Ponce:
Ryan Rowland-Smith (’03): 2 games, 1 start; 0-1, 3.86 ERA; 2.1IP, 1 BB, 0K

Liga de Beisbol Dominicano:

Aguilas Cibaenas:
Edward Paredes (’08): 13 games; 0-1, SAVE, 1.86ERA; 9.2IP; 4 BB; 8K
Juan Sandoval (’03): 21 games; 2-1, 1.50ERA; 24.0IP; 7 BB, 14K

Estrellas de Oriente:
Leury Bonilla (’07): 5 games, 1-for-2
Juan Diaz (’08): 12 games, .133/.212/.133; 0HR, 0 RBI

Gigantes del Cibao:
Daniel Carroll (’08): 5 games; .111/.200/.111; 0 HR, 0 RBI
Carlos Peguero (’07): 39 games; .257/.329/.520; 10HR, 26K
Aquilino Lopez (’00): 8 games, 7 starts; 2-2, 4.15 ERA; 26.0IP; 7 BB, 16K
Wily Peralta (’09): 6 games, 4 starts; 1-3, 4.68 ERA; 25.0IP; 7 BB, 21K

Leones del Escogio:
Jorge Sosa (’01): 9 games, 9 starts; 2-4, 3.40ERA; 39.2IP; 14 BB, 33K

Tigres del Licey:
Carlos Triunfel (’07): 14 games; .167/.167/.200; 0HR, 2 RBI

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