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									                                                                                                   BRADENTON MARAUDERS
                                                                                                                               GAME NOTES
                                                                                                                        CLASS A-ADVANCED AFFILLIATE
                                                                                                                            PITTSBURGH PIRATES
                                                     June 10, 2011 — 6:35
                                                          Game #61
                                  Bradenton Marauders (25-35) vs. Jupiter Hammerheads (28-32)
                                               Roger Dean Stadium — Jupiter, FL
                                            RHP Brett Lorin vs. LHP Rob Rasmussen

                                   upcoming schedule                                                                           ———last game———
June 11             FTM                  7:00                    Sinkbeil (BRD) vs. Schuld (FTM)                       BRADENTON, FL - The Bradenton Marauders, Class
June 12             @FTM                 1:00                    Irwin (BRD) vs. Ibarra (FTM)                          A-Advanced affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, used a
June 13             @FTM                 7:05                    Baker (BRD) vs. Darnell (FTM)                         pitching gem by Quinton Miller to bet the Jupiter Ham-
June 14             @CHA                 6:30                    Miller (BRD) vs. Kelly (CHA)                          merheads 4-0 at Roger Dean Stadium.

                                                                      HELLO HANLEY
   bradenton vs. jupiter ‘11                 Marlins shortstop Hanley Ramirez becomes the ninth MLB rehabber
                                                                                                                 Miller pitched a career best seven shutout innings,
                                             to face Bradenton in franchise history. Offensive rehabbers have not
                                                                                                                 allowing only five singles and two walks. He earned
             4-4 Even                        faired well against the Marauders, however, going only 3-21 at the  the win to up his record to 4-5 on the year. Duke
4/11 H    W 11-8 Rubinstein 3R-HR            plate. Chase Utley was 1-8 with an RBI single and three strikeouts  Welker and Ryan Beckman threw two perfect innings
4/12 H    W 16-4 23 batters in 3rd & 4th
                                             May 15th and 16th. Ramirez is with Jupiter rehabbing a bad back.    of relief. He pitched into only one jam in the game,
                                             He’s been on the DL since May 30th and it is his first DL stint in his
                                                                                                                 allowing back-to-back singles to lead off the second
4/13 H    L 9-2  Grossman/Santos/Cabrera: 3H career.
                                                                                                                 inning. He recorded three straight outs to follow, in-
4/17 A    L 5-4  Final in 13 innings
                                                                DOUBLE-TRIPLE-DIP                                cluding strikeouts of Jeremy Synan and Miguel Fer-
4/18 A    W13-2 McSwain 11K                  Kelson Brown turned the first triple-play in Marauders history last min.
4/19 A    L 1-0     Miller 6IP, 1R           night. It was the second triple play the Marauders have been a part of
6/8 A     L 4-3     Grossman 3BB, R          this season after hitting in to one at Lakeland May 22nd. The Florida
                                                                                                                       Bradenton followed up Miller's Houdini act with run
6/9 A     W 4-0     Miller 7IP 5H 0R         State League record for most triple plays in a year is two, accom-
                                             plished twice. Lakeland did it in 2002 and the Charlotte Rangers in       support in the third. Calvin Anderson belted his ninth
6/10 A                                       1996. Interestingly enough, the Rangers GCL affiliate also had a          homerun of the season to make it 1-0. It was 2-0 after
6/20 H                                       triple play turned against them in 1996...against the Sarasota White      the fifth when Anderson singled and scored two batters
6/21 H                                       Sox—the team that later became the Bradenton Marauders. There
                                             have been 684 triple plays in MLB history with 10 occurring over the
                                                                                                                       later on a Robbie Grossman knock. Evan Chambers
6/22 H                                       last three seasons.                                                       finished with two hits, including an RBI single in the
8/6 H                                                                                                                  sixth to make it 3-0. The final run scored on a sacrifice
8/7 H                                                                  IRWIN’s THEORY                                  fly from Grossman in the ninth.
                                             With seven shutout innings Monday, Phillip Irwin has now qualified
8/8 H                                        for the league leader’s in ERA. His 2.08 mark is good for second in
8/12 A                                       the FSL, a half run behind Darin Gorski for first. Monday was the         Ramon Cabrera picked up to hits for the Marauders,
8/13 A                                       fourth time in nine starts this season that Irwin has not allowed an      extending his hitting streak to eight games. It's the
8/14 A                                       earned run. He is one of three pitchers in the top ten in ERA who is      second time he's strung together a run that long this
                                             not currently scheduled to appear at the Florida State League all-star    season. Evan Chambers tried to pick up two doubles
                                             game. The others are Charlotte pitchers Merrill Kelly and Kyle Lob-
                                             stein.                                                                    with one in the fifth and a single in the sixth. He was
                                                                                                                       tagged out by centerfielder Jose Duarte, eight unas-
                                                            BACK-to-BACK, BELLY-to-BELLY                               sisted, trying to stretch the latter into a two-bagger.
                                             This spring saw the Pittsburgh Pirates set a Spring Training atten-
     recent transactions                     dance record. The summer may hold the same for the Marauders.
                                             With 11,224 fans in attendance over the last three games, Bradenton
June 10: RHP Kyle McPherson promoted
                                             has now drawn 40,192 fans for the 2011 season. With more than
to Double-A Altoona                          three months left in the season the Marauders are only 11,664 fans
June 8: LHP Donnie Veal promoted to          away from matching last year’s total attendance mark of 51,856.
Double-A Altoona
June 8: LHP Jhonathan Ramos activated                                   START ME UP!                                              pro-nun-see-a-shuns
from Disabled List                           Robbie Grossman has reached base 28 times in 53 games atop the
June 3: INF Chase Lyles Activated from       lineup this season. That means Grossman has started the Marauders         Jarek               -         JA-rek
                                             offense with a leadoff runner in 52.8% of games he’s batted leadoff
Disabled List and transferred to WVa         this year. He’s scored 19 runs in those instances (67.8% of the time)     Rubinstein          -         ROO-ben-steen
May 29: OF Cole White transferred to         and scores a run leading off in 35.8% of the games he bats first.         Adalberto           -         add-all-BERT-oh
Extended Spring Training
May 29: OF David Rubinstein added from       Grossman ranks tied for ninth in the minors in runs total with 52. He     Elevys              -         eh-LAY-vees
Extended Spring Training                     leads St. Lucie’s Matt den Dekker for the Florida State League home-      Lorin               -         LOR-in (like floor)
                                             run title by 11. Grossman is the only player in the top 15 in the minor
May 25: RHP Zach Foster promoted from
                                             leagues who has fewer than 100 total bases. He scored 0.64 runs for       Sinkbeil            -         SINK-bell
Low-A West Virginia
May 25: RHP Vic Black transferred to
                                             every base he racks up this season.                                       Keito Homma         -         KAY-toe HOME-ah
West Virginia                                Through 60 games Grossman is on pace for 119.6 runs this season,          McPherson           -         Mc-FEAR-son
May 25: RHP Vic Black activated from the     assuming he does not miss another game. High Desert’s (Seattle, A+)
Disabled List                                Kyle Seager led the Minors last season with 126 runs scored. No
May 25: LHP Jhonathan Ramos placed on        Pirates Class A-Advanced player has ever scored 100 runs in a sea-
                                             son. The most was 98 by Pat Magness for the Lynchburg Hillcats in
the Disabled List                            2005. Grossman and Quincy Latimore scored 84 runs each in 2010,
May 24: OF Cole White added from Ex-         eighth by a Class A-Advanced Pittsburgh player.




2011 Game Notes                                                                                                                                            Page 1
                                                                                                                             BRADENTON MARAUDERS
                                                                                                                                                              GAME NOTES
                                                                                                                                                     CLASS A-ADVANCED AFFILLIATE
                                                                                                                                                         PITTSBURGH PIRATES
NO-NO, NO…! — Marauders starter Kyle McPherson took a no-hitter into the ninth inning of last night’s game, allowing a solo homerun to Brevard catcher Sean McCraw to break it with one out. McPherson had faced the
minimum to that point, allowing only one runner on his own error in the fourth. Scooter Gennett was then erased on a double play after reaching. The game marks the deepest a Marauders has ever taken a no-hitter in the
team’s brief history. It surpasses the 4.1IP without a hit by Brett Lorin in Lakeland May 23rd. No Marauders pitcher carried a no-hitter beyond the fourth inning in 2010. The no-hitter would have been the first this season in
the Florida State League. Jupiter threw one last year. In an interesting twist, the last FSL solo nine-inning no-hitter was by Brevard County’s Evan Anundsen in 2009. Anundsen pitched in relief Tuesday for the Manatees.
The last No-Hitter by a Pirates prospect was actually by a pair of former/current Marauders. Hunter Strickland and Diego Moreno pitched a no-hitter in 2009 for the Low-A West Virginia Power.

BUT I THOUGHT HE WAS A STARTER? — Bradenton has had incredible success this season when starting pitchers have come out of the bullpen. Last night Nathan Baker entered the game in the fourth inning and
pitched the rest of the way, allowing only one run. Baker has now allowed two runs over his last 16.2IP. Brett Lorin also found considerable success out of the pen this year, throwing five relief outings between starting the
season and currently pitching from the rotation. Lorin’s bullpen ERA is 1.02 and the big reason he made the Florida State League All-Star team. Matt McSwain threw in relief of the rehabbing Joe Beimel on April 8th and
allowed only three hits in five shutout innings and also struck out 11 in six innings of relief at Jupiter on April 18th.

BREAK ME OFF A PIECE OF THAT KIT-KAT BAR — Bradenton is now 2-1 when picking up after a day off. Bradenton beat St. Lucie in Charlotte May 4th, 5-2, weathering the storm against starter Matt Harvey and
beating the bullpen. The Marauders fell to Tampa on May 10th , losing 5-2 and dropping a game in which Jeff Inman pitched for the first time all season. Robbie Grossman is 4-10 with three stolen bases, two runs and three
RBI on restart days to lead Bradenton’s efforts. Jeff Inman pitched the first two games. Had he not gone on the DL, he would have been scheduled to start last night. Kyle McPherson threw eight and one thirds no hit innings
after the May 30th off day.

TRAP-LE PLAY — The triple play turned in the top of the eighth inning Sunday marked the first one for or against the Marauders and the first for Lakeland since 2005. It was just the second triple play in the minors this
season. The Class-A Peoria Chiefs turned one in the seventh inning against the Clinton LumberKings on May 3rd.

TWO...AT LEAST — The fifteen extra base hits on May 20th against Dunedin is a record for most combined extra base hits in a Marauders game. The ten hit by Dunedin were also a record for most by an opposing team or
the Marauders. It eclipses the previous high of seven accomplished by Charlotte back on May 6th. Dunedin had an extra base hit in each of the first six innings Friday and eight of them produced a run. Only two players,
Sean Ochinko and Brad McElroy did not have an extra base hit. Marauders Robbie Grossman and Evan Chambers were the only batters in the game not to reach base while Dumas Garcia and Wes Etheridge for Dunedin were
the only pitchers not to allow runs. They threw in the eighth and ninth innings respectively.

HE WAS A BIG LEAGUER? I HAD NO IDEA — With his day at second base May 15th, Chase Utley becomes the eighth Major League rehabber to play against the Marauders. The good news for Bradenton is that rehab-
bers have not faired well against the team historically. Last season four pitchers combined to allow seven runs in 14.1IP while three batters went just 2-13. Clearwater tossed two rehabbers at the Marauders with Placido
Polanco and Antonio Bastardo. Polanco went 1-4 with a run scored while Bastardo faired very well, striking out two and allowing a hit in one inning of work. Utley went 0-4 with two strikeouts against Jonathan Ramos
Sunday. He was 1-4 with an RBI single on Monday night.

PRETTY, PRETTY PLEASE...DON’T YOU EVER. EVER FEEL — Clearwater starting pitcher Jarred Cosart was almost perfect May 15th . The righty retired the first 18 batters he faced and did not allow a baserunner
until a Robbie Grossman single to leadoff the seventh inning. In a fun twist, the two competed against each other growing up in Texas. There have been eight previous perfect games in Florida State League history with the
last in 2001 by Nick Regilio of the Charlotte Rangers. The last Clearwater no-hitter was by Drew Carpenter in 2007, one month after current Pittsburgh Pirates Jose Veras and Daniel McCutchen combined for a no-no with
Tampa.

DON’T CALL IT A COMEBACK — Mama couldn’t knock out the Marauders Wednesday, April 4th. Trailing 2-0 heading into the 7th inning, Bradenton pulled off a 5 run spot to take the lead. It’s a good thing the Maraud-
ers acted when they did — Bradenton is 0-11 when trailing after seven innings this season. The win was the Marauders second come-from-behind win this year. The previous victory was Bradenton’s last on April 28th. It
was a 6-4 rain shortened game against St. Lucie and Matt Harvey, the same starting pitcher faced last night.

MEET THE METS, BEAT THE METS — St. Lucie entered April 26th’s game at an untouchable 17-2 and having won nine consecutive games. Bradenton apparently forget to read the stat sheet, battering the Mets for 10
runs in the first inning while sending 14 batters to the plate. Both numbers are team records. It marked the most runs St. Lucie had allowed this season. Previously the Mets had given up no more than seven runs and more
than four only five times. They’d allowed three runs or less in 13 of their first 17 games. The first inning output was also the largest against St. Lucie this season with the previous number being two by Charlotte on April
20th. Only four other teams had scored in the first inning against St. Lucie and no other team scored more than once. Finally, starter Collin McHugh lasted only two thirds of an inning and surrendered the first eight runs of
the night. It was the first time a St. Lucie starter not named Kyle Allen went fewer than five innings this season. The eight runs were also equal to the amount of earned runs Mets starters Scott Moviel, Matt Harvey and Jeurys
Famillia had allowed this year combined to that point. The two wins over the Mets May 4th and 5th mark the second time St. Lucie has lost a a game in which Harvey starts, both against the Marauders, and the first losing
decision of the year for Familia. St. Lucie is also now 12-3 on the road in 2011 with all three losses coming at the hands of Bradenton. Four of St. Lucies nine losses have come to the Marauders.

STARTER’S BEWARE — Just eight times in 28 games this season has a team’s opposing starter lasted the mandatory five innings in order to earn a win. The Marauders have made a habit of knocking starters out early, be it
because of success against the pitcher, pitch count or whatever other reason. From 4/23 to 4/30, Palm Beach starter Eric Fornataro was the only pitcher to last at least five innings against Bradenton. He’s done it twice. In the
six games between his work, starters have lasted a combined 17.2 innings (2.9 innings per start) and allowed 30 hits, 29 runs, 15 walks and picked up 24 strikeouts (10 by Darin Gorski Wednesday). On April 28th Mets starter
Matt Harvey made it through only 4.1 innings in his shortest start of the year. The nine hits he allowed were nearly double the previous high against him and the four earned runs were the first earned runs he’d allowed all
season. Harvey had previously only been touched for one unearned run. Jeurys Famillia allowed four runs after having allowed only two all season. Harvey and Famillia’s starts mark just the fifth and sixth time this year a
Mets starter has not made it five innings. Kyle Allen is the owner of three of those, only one of which saw him get hit hard. The other three are against the Marauders..

THE SWEEPEST THING — Bradenton rode a five game winning streak, having swept its first series of the 2011 season against Palm Beach in mid April. Bradenton swept five series in 2010, including the first four games
of the year against Fort Myers and a four game series at Clearwater in May. The Threshers were the North Division’s first place team at the time. Over the course of the three game sweep of Palm Beach the Marauders outhit
the Cardinals 31-18 and outscored them 17-5. Bradenton had several outstanding performances over the course of the series. Aaron Baker hit a game two grand slam and finished with six RBI. Elevys Gonzalez reached base
10 out of 13 trips to the plate. Brett Lorin and Jeff Inman combined to pitch 10 innings without allowing a run on just seven hits and no walks. The Marauders also scored two runs in game three without a hit in the second
inning. Cards starter Shelby Miller issued four walks, hit a batter and threw a myriad of pitches in the dirt to allow runners to advance. On the Flip side the Cardinals dealt the Marauders their first sweep of the season and
second in team history at the start of May. The only other team to sweep Bradenton was, well, Palm Beach from August 9th to August 11th. The series included an August 11th doubleheader sweep.

SOMEBODY HAIL THAT CABBY — Ramon Cabrera started his season on an 11 game hitting streak, hitting in each start this season. Cabrera picked up his first triple and RBI’s in April 22nd’s game, driving home two
runs in the third inning. It is the best start to a season in Cabrera’s career. In 2009 Cabrera began hitting .286 through 15 games with Low-A West Virginia in 2010 and .269 in the Gulf Coast League in 2009.

AND I WONDER, STILL I WONDER — Sunday April 24th’s 2:46 rain delay marks the longest in team history, edging the 2:15 rain delay in game three of last season’s Division Series at Charlotte. The rain, which also
flooded both dugouts, also marks the longest delay of the season in the Florida State League, topping a 30 minute pause in Tampa on April 20th. It has nothing, however, on the longest delay in the league from a year ago.
There was a 3:16 minute delay between St. Lucie and Fort Myers in a game that lasted only through the middle of the seventh.

PUMPKIN AT MIDNIGHT — The biggest difference for the Marauders in their first nine losses this year was late inning play. In those nine losses, Bradenton was outscored 29-7 from the fifth inning on and the bullpen
allowed 25 runs on 43 hits in 34 innings. Offensively over those same games, the Marauders scored just six runs off opponents bullpens on 29 hits over 44 innings. The bullpen’s runs per nine inning average is 6.62 over that
stretch while opponents have twirled a 1.22 mark.

BIG MAC ATTACK —A day after Kyle McPherson pitched the first quality start of the year for a Marauders hurler, Matt McSwain did him one better out of the bullpen. Relieving Jeff Inman with nobody out and a runner on
third in the fourth inning, McSwain proceeded to strike out the next three batters en route to 11 K’s on the night. McSwain’s 11 strikeouts are the most by a Marauders pitcher in a single game, topping Jeff Locke’s 10, also
against Jupiter, on April 21st of last season. He struck out at least two batters in every inning except the eighth. McSwain was one of seven minor league pitcher to strike out 11 batters in a game this season. The leader,
Daytona’s Robert Whitenack, has 12. Palm Beach’s Shelby Miller also has an 11K game and it came at home. That means that two if the seven 11K performances in the minors this season happened at the same ballpark. All
of the 11 strikeout performances have come at the Class A or Class A-Advanced levels.

THE NEVERENDING STORY — April 17th’s 13-inning game marked the longest game in team history. It surpasses the 11 innings the Marauders played against St. Lucie back on June 23rd, 2010. That was a Marauders 3-
2 defeat. Bradenton beat Fort Myers in 11 innings four days prior. The game was also the longest by time in team history. The 3:57 minute length of game surpassed the 3:36 set against St. Lucie on April 16th of last season.
It also set the record for longest extra inning game, beating out the same 3:36 it took to play St. Lucie on April 25th.

NOW WALK IT OUT...NO, REALLY...KEEP WALKING — Through seven games the Marauders drew 47 walks, best in the Florida state League and an average of 6.7 a game. The total was 12 more than Fort Myers, which
is second in the category, and 21 more than St. Lucie and Lakeland, who were third. Individually, Robbie Grossman drew three walks in April 10th’s game. It is the first time he has drawn three walks as a Marauder. He
drew three walks three times in 2009 and his career best is four May 25th of that year against Lake County. His West Virginia team only drew eight walks in the game.

(YEAR OLD) RECORDS ARE MEANT TO BE BROKEN — Five games into the 2011 season the Marauders saw eight records from 2010 fall or be tied, for better or worse. Bradenton’s 10 walks on April 8th equaled a
mark set twice in its inaugural campaign. Charlotte’s nine runs in the fourth inning April 9th were the most by an opposing team in a single inning while the 14-1 final was the biggest discrepancy in a Bradenton loss. On
April 11th the Hammerheads racked up seven doubles, most against the Marauders, while Kyle Jensen had three himself, a record. Other marks equaled or passed this year have been single game individual strikeouts, single
game individual walks and single game individual stolen bases. Chris Snyder’s six RBI on April 8th were one shy of a single game team mark.




2011 Game Notes                                                                                                                                                                                        Page 1A
                                                                #54 Brett Lorin
                                                       6-7, 245 lbs Laguna Niguel, CA
                                                             Trade 2009 Mariners

                                                                         2011 game-by-game
                                          DATE OPP        DEC     GS       CG   IP        H        R       ER          BB   K

          pitcher notes                   4/10    CHA             1             3.0       3        0       0           0    1
                                          4/15    FTM     L       1             4.0       8        5       5           0    5
    Drafted by the Mariners in the 5th
     round in 2008                        4/20    @FTM            1             4.0       4        3       3           4    3
    Pitched collegiately at Long         4/25    PMB     W                     6.0       6        0       0           1    4
     Beach State and Arizona              4/30    @PMB    L                     4.0       5        2       2           2    5
    Acquired in a trade by the Pirates   5/5     STL                           2.2       2        0       0           0    6
     in 2009 with Nathan Adcock,          5/10    @TAM                          2.0       0        0       0           0    3
     Aaron Pribanic, Ronny Cedeno         5/14    CLR     S                     3.0       1        0       0           0    3
     and Jeff Clement for Ian Snell and   5/19    DUN             1             4.2       5        3       2           0    4
     Jack Wilson                          5/23    LAK     W       1             6.0       2        0       0           1    6
    At 6’7’’ is the tallest pitcher in
                                          5/29    @DAY            1             5.0       9        4       4           0    5
     Marauders history
                                          6/4     CHA     L       1             5.0       3        2       2           1    5
    2009 Midwest League All-Star

 THIS SEASON————————
  Moved to bullpen when Phillip
    Irwin joined the team
  Moved back to rotation when Jeff
    Inman went on the DL
  ERA as a reliever is 1.02 com-
    pared to 4.15 when he starts
  Lefties hit only .177 against him
  Named a FSL Mid-Season All-
    Star
  Threw 4.1 of no-hit baseball
    @LAK 5/23




                                                       season highs                             career highs
                                          IP: 6.0 (2x—5/23 @ Lakeland)               IP: 7.1 (5/19/09 vs. Wisconsin)
                                          H: 8 (4/15 vs. Fort Myers)                 H: 8 (3x—4/15 vs. Fort Myers)
                                          K: 6 (2x — 5/23 @ Lakeland)                K: 13 (6/22/08 vs. Boise)
                                          BB: 4 (4/20 vs. Fort Myers)                BB: 6 (8/19/09 vs. Ashville)
                                          ER: 5 (4/15 vs. Fort Myers)                ER: 5 (3x—4/15 vs. Fort Myers)
                                          HR:                                        HR: 2 (4x—4/15 vs. Fort Myers)


                                                      career numbers




2011 Game Notes                                                                                                        Page 2
                                               marauders record when…
                      the marauders when...                                        how close?
    Overall: 25-35                  Commit 0 errors: 8-10         1-run games    2-15
    1st Half: 25-35                 Commit 1 error: 10-10         2-run games    3-5     5-20
    2nd Half:                       Commit 2 errors: 4-7          3-run games    6-4
    Home: 17-12                     Commit 3+ errors: 1-9         4+ run games   14-11   20-15
    Road: 8-23                      Opp. commits 0 errors: 5-16
    Day: 2-3                        Opp. commits 1 error: 8-10
    Night: 23-32                    Opp. commits 2 errors: 7-6
                                    Opp. commits 3+ errors: 3-4                  home or away?
    Doubleheader:
                                                                                 Home           Road   Total
    Vs LH starters: 3-9               record by umpire
    Vs RH starters: 22-26                                         Brevard         4-0                   4-0
                                                 Plate
                                              DeJesus 3-4         Clearwater      2-2                   2-2
    Score 1st: 18-20                         Housman 5-2
    Opp. Scores 1st: 8-15                     Mollica 2-3         Daytona                        0-4    0-4
    Scoring 3+: 25-20                          Woods 1-2
    Scoring 5+: 19-5                           Felter 1-3
                                                                  Dunedin         0-4                   0-4
    Allowing 3+: 8-32                         McCoy 0-1           Lakeland                       1-3    1-3
    Allowing 5+: 4-24                          Lentz 3-3
                                               Bailey 4-2         Tampa                          1-3    1-3
    W/more hits: 21-5                         Mahrley 0-5
                                               Fields 1-3
    W/fewer hits: 4-26
                                               Libka 0-1                         Home           Road   Total
                                               Miller 1-0
    When hit HR: 16-12                      de Brauwere 3-1       Charlotte       2-2            2-4    4-6
    When don’t hit HR: 8-23                    Rivera 0-4         Jupiter         2-1            2-3    4-4
                                               Cosler 0-1
    Leading after 7: 24-6                                         Fort Myers      1-2            1-2    2-4
    Trailing after 7: 0-24                       Bases
    Tied after 7: 0-5                        Housman 3-4          Palm Beach      3-0            0-3    3-3
    Leading after 8: 24-2                     DeJesus 5-2
                                               Woods 2-3          St. Lucie       3-1            1-1    4-2
    Trailing after 8: 0-26
                                              Mollica 1-2
    Tied after 8: 0-7                         McCoy 1-1
    Leading after 9: 25-0                      Felter 2-1                        Home           Road   Total
    Decided in last AB: 0-11                   Bailey 3-3
    Extra innings: 0-2                         Lentz 4-2          April           9-4            3-8   12-12
                                               Fields 0-4         May             5-7           3-13    8-20
    Opp. uses ‘pen 1st: 15-16                 Mahrley 1-4
    Use ‘pen 1st: 10-17                        Libka 0-1          June            3-1            2-2     5-3
    Shutouts: 4-3                              Miller 0-1
                                               Rivera 3-2         July
                                            de Brauwere 0-3
    Off a win: 9-14                            Cosler 0-1         August
    Off a loss: 16-19
                                                                  September
                                                Overall
    Series opener: 7-11                       DeJesus 8-6
    Series ender: 7-9                        Housman 8-6
    1st gm of homestand: 6-0                  Mollica 4-5                        Home           Road   Total
    1st game of road trip: 2-7                 Woods 4-5
                                              McCoy 1-2           Monday          3-0            2-2    5-2
    Last gm of homestand: 2-4
                                               Felter 2-5         Tuesday         3-1            1-2    3-3
    Last gm of roadtrip: 1-4
                                               Lentz 7-5
                                               Bailey 7-5         Wednesday       2-3            0-4    2-7
    Use 3+ relievers: 7-9                      Fields 1-7
    Opp. uses 3+ relievers: 11-12             Mahrley 1-9         Thursday        3-1            3-3    6-4
                                               Libka 0-2
    Complete games: 2-0                        Miller 1-1
                                                                  Friday          2-2            1-4    3-6
                                            de Brauwere 3-5       Saturday        3-3            0-3    3-6
                                               Rivera 3-5
                                               Cosler 0-2         Sunday          2-1            1-5    3-6




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                                                 marauders hi’s and low’s
                  batting (game)            batting (inning)                                       random hi/low
    Most runs: 16 JUP 4/12                  Most runs: 10, 1st STL 4/26               Longest Game (9): 3:17 JUP 4/12
    Opponents: 14 @CHA 4/9                  Opponents: 9, 4th @CHA 4/9                Shortest Game (9): 1:57 @JUP 4/19
    Most hits: 19 BRE 6/3                                                             Longest Game (7):
    Opponents: 19 DUN 5/20
                                                                                      Shortest Game (7):
    Fewest hits: 1 CLR 5/15
    Opponents: 1 BRE 5/31                        pitching (game)                      Longest Game (Rain Short): 1:36 @STL 4/28 (F/5)
                                            Most K: 13 @JUP 4/18                      Shortest Game (Rain Short): 1:36 @ STL 4/28 (F/5)
    Most doubles: 6 BRE 6/1                 Opponents: 16 @DAY 5/26
    Opponents: 9 DUN 5/20                                                             Longest Game (Ex): 3:57 JUP 4/17
                                            Fewest K: 2 CHA 4/10                      Shortest Game (Ex): 3:57 JUP 4/17
    Most triples: 2, @DAY 5/29              Opponents: 1 @CHA 5/8
    Opponents: 2, (2x) CHA 5/7                                                        Longest Game (Inn): 13 innings 4/17 @JUP
                                            Most walks: 5 JUP 4/11
    Most HR: 3 (2x) BRE 6/3                 Opponents: 10 (2x) JUP 4/11
    Opponents: 2 (4x) DUN 5/21
                                                                                      Biggest Win: 13 CHA 4/8
                                            Fewest walks: 0 (2x) @TAM 5/12
                                                                                      Biggest Loss: 13 @CHA 4/9
    Most XBH: 7 (2x), BRE 6/1               Opponents: 0 @JUP 4/19
    Opponents: 10 DUN 5/20                                                            Biggest Comeback: 2-0 vs. STL 5/4 7th Inning
                                            Most HR : 2 (4x) DUN 5/21                 Opponents: 5-0 @DAY 5/27 5th Inning
    Most walks: 10 CHA 4/8                  Opponents: 3 (2x) BRE 6/3
    Opponent: 5 JUP 4/11                                                              Most Errors: 4 (3x) DUN 5/18
                                            Most hits: 19 DUN 5/20                    Opponents: 3 (3x) @TAM 5/11
    Fewest walks: 1 (2x) 5/13 @TAM          Opponents: 19 BRE 6/3                     Fewest E: 0 (15x) CHA 6/5
    Opponent: 0 (2x) @TAM 5/12
                                            Fewest hits: 1 BRE 5/31
    Most K’s: 16 @DAY 5/26                  Opponents: 1 CLR 5/15
                                                                                      Most DP turned: 4 FTM 4/21
    Opponent: 12 JUP 4/17                                                             Opponents: 3 CHA 5/7
                                            Most relievers: 4 (3x) JUP 4/17
    Fewest K’s: 1 @CHA 5/8                  Opponents: 4, (3x) BRE 6/2                Record when leading after final out: 25-0
    Opponents: 2 CHA 4/10
                                            Fewest relievers: 1 (4x) @DAY 5/26
    Most SB: 2 (5x) @LAK 5/22               Opponents: 1 (2x) DUN 5/18                                    delays
    Opponent: 4 @JUP 4/19
                                                                                      4/24     vs. PMB           Rain     2:46
                                                        INDIVIDUAL
                 INDIVIDUAL                 Most K: 11, McSwain @JUP 4/18             4/28     @STL              Rain     0:50
    Most runs: 3,(5x) Grossman CHA 6/6      Opponents: 11, May CLR 5/17               5/6      @CHA              Rain     0:15
    Opponents: 3, (6x) Jackson DUN 5/20
                                            Most walks: 4 (2x), Lorin @FTM 4/20
    Most hits: 4 (4x), Santos BRE 6/3       Opponents: 7, Miller PMB 4/25
    Opponents: 4, (3x) Jackson DUN 5/20
                                            Fewest walks: 0, (13x) McPherson CHA6/5
    Most 2B: 3, Cunningham @FTM 4/22        Opponents: 0 (4x),Montgomery JUP 6/9
    Opponents: 2, (2x) Hanson FTM 4/14
                                            Most hits: 10, (3x) Miller @ DAY 5/27
    Most 3B: 1, Santos BRE 6/3              Opponents: 9, (3x) Feeney LAK 5/23        Red: Denotes franchise high
    Opponents: 1, Lee @CHA 6/5
                                            Fewest hits: 1 (2x) Irwin STL 5/5
    Most HR: 2, Cunningham (2x) STL 4/26    Opponents: 3, (3x) Stillings @FTM 4/20
    Opponents: 1, Lake @DAY 5/27

    Most RBI: 6, Snyder CHA 4/8
    Opponents: 5, Lake @DAY 5/27

    Most walks: 3, (3x) Grossman BRD 6/8
    Opponent: 3, Rosario @PMB 4/30

    Most K’s: 4 (3x),Cunningham @LAK 5/22
    Opponent: 3, Cerda @DAY 5/29

    Most SB: 2, (3x) Santos @CHA 5/6
    Opponent: 3, (2x) Nunez @LAK 5/25




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                                                         marauders hitters
                  of note                                   multi-hit games                                   in a pinch
   Multi-HR Games:                                               2 hits   3 hits 4 hits    5+                    H/AB       HR   RBI
    4/18 vs. JUP, Cunningham                       Anderson        7        1      1             Anderson
    4/26 vs. STL, Cunningham                         Baker        16        1                        Baker
                                                     Brown         2        1                        Brown
   Back-to-back HR:
                                                    Cabrera          9      3                     Cabrera       0-1, IBB
   Grand Slams:                                    Chambers          8      1                    Chambers
    4/24 vs. PMB, Baker off J. Smith           Cunningham         11        6                   Cunningham
                                               B Gonzalez          7                1           B Gonzalez
   Major Hitting Streaks:
    11 — Cabrera — 4/9-4/24                        E Gonzalez     11        4       1           E Gonzalez
    10 — Baker — 4/23-5/2 (16/40, 9RBI)            Grossman       13        3                   Grossman
                                                    Paulino          3      1                     Paulino
   Walk-off Wins:
                                                   Rubenstein        4      6                    Rubenstein
                                                     Santos          6      1       1                Santos
   Triple Plays:                                     White           4                               White
     5/22 @LAK—Top 8th inning—(9-6-5)               Snyder           2      1
     6/8 @JUP—Bottom 5th inning (4-4-3)
                                                          multi-rbi games                         TOTAL         0-1, IBB
                                                                 2 rbi     3 rbi   4 rbi   5+
       we’re going streaking                       Anderson        2         4
      Hitting Streaks       Active     Long          Baker           3              5
         Anderson             1         4            Brown           1
           Baker              4         10          Cabrera          2
           Brown              2         4          Chambers          1
          Cabrera             8         11
                                               Cunningham            7              1      1
         Chambers             1         3
       Cunningham             0         5      B Gonzalez            5
       B. Gonzalez            0         7          E Gonzalez        6      3
       E. Gonzalez            3         5          Grossman          6      1
         Grossman             3         6
                                                    Paulino          1
          Paulino             3         8
        Rubenstein            0         5          Rubenstein        4      2
           Santos             0         3            Santos          2
           White              3         3            White           1
                                                    Snyder           1                     1




           run by inning              1        2        3        4         5        6       7    8        9     EX      TOT
           Opponent                  26       20       25       35        36       37      21   39       25      1      263
           Marauders                 54       39       33       33        46       19      18   16       14      0         264




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                                                                          marauders pitchers
                                   stolen base %                                                                   inherited runners
    Pitcher                SB                 Att.                 CS               Pct. CS              Pitcher             IR       Scored          %
   Alvarado                 1                  1                    0                  0                 Baker               0          0              0
    Baker                   5                  6                    1                16.6               Sinkbeil             2          0              0
    Lopez                   2                  2                                        0
                                                                                                        Beckman              1          0              0
   Erickson                 2                  2                     0                  0
                                                                                                        Erickson             5          1             33
    Inman                   1                  2                     1                 50
   McPherson                7                  9                     2               22.2                Foster              2          0             50
   Beckman                  1                  1                     0                  0                 Veal               3          0              0
    Miller                  9                 12                     3               25.0               McSwain              1          0              0
   Moreno                   5                  5                     0                  0                Leach
   Navarro                  1                  1                     0                  0               Moreno               6          4            66.6
    Ramos                   0                  3                     3                100
                                                                                                         Navarro             7          4             57
   Beckman                  1                  1                     0                100
                                                                                                         Ramos               3          1             33
    Welker                  2                  2                     0                  0
     Lorin                  5                  6                     1               16.6                Lopez               1          1            100
     Irwin                 11                 12                     1                8.3                Welker              4          2            66.6
    Leach                   1                  1                     0                  0                                    39         15           38.4
     Veal                   1                  1                     0                 0
                                                                                                                   go ahead...test me
                           63                   76                  13                  17.1                            CS        SB          Att          %
    *McSwain and Miller and Baker (2) have a start listed that were actually relief appear-
    ances following a rehab. Baker’s QS was actually 6IP of 1R relief of Donnie Veal 6/2
                                                                                                        Cabrera          7        34          41          17.0
                    run support for starters                                                            Paulino          4        24          28          14.2
                            GS*                  R              R/GS              QS                    Snyder           1         2           3          33.3
   McPherson                  11                54                4.9               5                    Scott          0         3            3          0.00
    Beimel                    1                  2                 2                0
    Miller*                   12                44               3.66               2
     Lorin                    7                 18               2.57               0                                   13        63           76         17.1
    Baker*                    10                26                2.6               4
                                                                                                                  catcher numbers
   McSwain*                   2                 11                5.5               0                       G      W         L    INN ER           ERA      PB
    Inman                      6                 8                1.3               0          Cabrera      34     13        21   293 137          4.20      2
     Irwin                    9                 29               3.2                2          Paulino      18      9         8   155 62           3.60      0
                                                                                               Snyder        4      3         1    30 12           3.60      0
           record when pitcher is used
   Alvarado               2-2             Lorin                     5-7                         Scott       3       0         3   25     21        7.56     0
   Ascanio                2-0             McPherson                 5-7
   N. Baker               3-9             McSwain                   3-1
   Beckman                9-6             Q. Miller                 5-7
   Beimel                 1-0             Moreno                    5-10
   Erickson               5-7             Navarro                   1-7
   Foster                 1-1             Ramos                     5-8
   Inman                  6-2             Sinkbeil                  1-6
   Irwin                  5-3             Veal                      1-3
   Leach                  1-3             Welker                    7-9
   Lopez                  3-8


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                                                       position players
  Calvin Anderson                      #45                OF      Ramon Cabrera                       #38               C
  RH: .225           Series: 4-6, HR, RBI                         RH: .330             Series: 3-10
  LH: .200           Last: 3-4, HR, RBI 6/9 @JUP                  LH: .333             Last: 2-5 @JUP 6/9
  2011 Notes:                                                     2011 Notes:
  - Homered and Drove in three 4/10 vs. CHA                       - Is 8-13 against Jupiter this season
  - Homered at Jupiter 4/17                                       - Has hit in 8 straight games
  - Homered to tie game vs. STL 4/27 and win 4/29                 - Three hits, first 2RBI, Triple @FTM 4/21
  - Hit his 4th homer May 26th last season (has four now)
                                                                  - Reached 4x in return from injured toe 5/7 vs. CHA
  - Broke up Harvey perfect game 5/3 vs. STL in 5th
  - Hit 3HR/5 2B on May trip to Lakeland/Daytona                  - 2011 FSL ALL-STAR
  - First Back-to-back games without a K 5/22, 5/23, 5/24 @LAK    -

  Career Notes:                                                   Career Notes:
  - 2009 Sally League All-Star                                    - Hit .269/1/40 at West Virginia in 2010
  - 12th round pick in 2008                                       - Son of Japanese League HR king Alex Cabrera
  - Son of former Steelers DL Fred Anderson                       - Skipped SS State College after hitting .291 in the GCL in ‘09
  - Hit .259/11/73 with the Marauders in 2011



  Aaron Baker                          #30                1B      Evan Chambers                       #53               OF
  RH: .317             Series: 2-8, RBI                           RH: .216           Series: 2-6
  LH: .125             Last: 1-4 @JUP 6/9                         LH: .143           Last: 2-4 @ JUP 6/9
  2011 Notes:                                                     2011 Notes:
  - Two run double broke open game 4/10 vs. CHA                   - Two doubles, RBI vs. CHA 4/10
  - 12 RBI in his first eight games                               - Walked a team record 3x vs. STL 4/26
  - Grand Slam 1st inning vs. Smith 4/24 PMB                      - Broke 1-16 slump with 3-4 day 4/30 @PMB
  - Ended 10 game hitting streak 5/4                              - Scored on collision at home 5/7—first collision of life
  - First triple of the year 5/29                                 - Eventual GW homerun vs. Clearwater 5/16 (two-hit game
  - 2011 FSL ALL-STAR                                             snapped an 0-23 streak)

  Career Notes:                                                   Career Notes:
  - Hit .253/18/79 with West Virginia in 2010                     - Hit .239/12/52 with West Virginia in 2010
  - Drafted in the 11th round in 2009                             - Walked 92 times in 116 games last season
  - 8th all-time with 167 RBI at Oklahoma (1st in 10 years with   - From Lakeland HS in Lakeland, FL—same school as Pirates
  50 RBI in three straight seasons)                               utility man Steve Pearce



  Kelson Brown                         #6                 INF     Jarek Cunningham                    #52               2B
  RH: .269            Series: 3-6, BB                             RH: .289            Series:
  LH: .167            Last: 2-2 @JUP 6/9                          LH: .227            Last: 0-3 CHA 6/5
  2011 Notes:                                                     2011 Notes:
  - Hit in four straight after 0-9 start                          - Missed 4/13 & /14 after being HBP in leg 4/12 vs JUP
  - First two-hit night @TAM 5/13                                 - First seven hits are for extra bases
  - 3-5 with 3 RBI 6/3 vs. BRE                                    - Hit two homers @JUP 4/18
  - Started 4-4-3 Triple Play 6/8 @ Jupiter                       - Hit three doubles (ties franchise high) 4/22 @FTM
  -                                                               - Hit two homers 4/26 vs. STL
  -                                                               - 2011 FSL ALL-STAR

  Career Notes:                                                   Career Notes:
  - Hit .293 in his debut pro season with State College in 2010   - Hit .258/12/49 in 2010 with West Virginia
  - 34th round pick in 2010 out of Linfield College               - Missed 2009 with a left ACL tear
  - College coach was Scott Brosius                               - Injured his knee in high school too — didn’t need surgery
  - 1st Linfield draft pick in more than a decade                 - Drafted in the 18th round in 2008




2011 Game Notes                                                                                                     Page 7
                                                       position players
  Bengie Gonzalez                       #7              SS      Carlos Paulino                     #24               C
  RH: .274            Series: 0-5, R                            RH: .292            Series:
  LH: .208            Last: 0-2 @ JUP 6/9                       LH: .286            Last: 1-3 @CHA 6/5
  2011 Notes:                                                   2011 Notes:
  - Hit in seven straight games (7-23) 4/9 to 4/17              - Snapped 8 game hitting streak 5/3 vs. STL
  - Two run triple vs. STL 4/29 of Familia                      - First two hit game 4/28 @STL
  - First homerun, triple short of cycle 5/20 vs. DUN           - Two run triple 5/20 vs. DUN
  - .285 AVG on 5/24 was highest since August 2009              - Game tying hit off Frank Batista (1st BS) 5/29 @DAY
  -                                                             - Triple shy of the Cycle 6/3 vs. BRE
  -                                                             -

  Career Notes:                                                 Career Notes:
  - Drafted in the 7th Round 2008                               - Batted a career best .291 with SS Jamestown in 2009
  - From the Puerto Rican Baseball Academy High School          - Split 2010 between Low-A Greensboro and A+ Jupiter
  - Hit .236/1/35 in 2010 with West Virginia                    - Doubled and drove in a run in three games with Jupiter
  - Hit .289 in the GCL in 2009                                 - Played first three years of career with the Marlins



  Elevys Gonzalez                       #5              INF     David Rubinstein                   #15               OF
  RH: .296           Series: 3-8, BB                            RH: .272          Series: 1-8
  LH: .383           Last: 1-4 @JUP 6/9                         LH: .410          Last: 1-4 @JUP 6/9
  2011 Notes:                                                   2011 Notes:
  - 5 RBI in two games 4/11 and 4/12 vs JUP                     - 5 RBI in two games 4/11 and 4/12 vs JUP
  - Four hit night @ JUP 4/18                                   - Two homers in 12 games (3 last year)
  - Reached in 20 consecutive games ended 5/7                   - Missed nine game in late April early May with a strained
  - Three RBI 5/31 vs BRE in first game with shaved head        hamstring—went 1-3 in return 5/10 @TAM
  -                                                             - Missed six games end of May with pink eye
  -                                                             -

  Career Notes:                                                 Career Notes:
  - Hit .275/6/31 with West Virginia in 2010                    - 2010 South Atlantic League All-Star
  - Signed out of Venezuela in 2008                             - Drafted in the 11th round in 2008
  - Switch hitter in his third season in America                - 1st Appalachian State All-American in 19 years (3rd team/07)
                                                                - Hit in 18 of his last 19 games in 2010


  Robbie Grossman                       #3              OF      Adalberto Santos                   #10            OF/INF
  RH: .250           Series: 3-6, 2RBI                          RH: .286           Series: 0-4
  LH: .352           Last: 1-4 2RBI @JUP 6/9                    LH: .289           Last: 0-4 @JUP 6/9
  2011 Notes:                                                   2011 Notes:
  - 3RBI 4/8 CHA in Home Opener                                 - Three hit night vs. JUP 4/13
  - 3BB 4/10 vs CHA                                             - First homerun vs. Trevor May CLR 5/17
  - Has scored 21 in his last 24                                - 4-5 with a HR shy of the cycle 6/3 vs. BRE
  - First HR of the season 4/22 @FTM
  - Doubled from each side of the plate 4/25 vs. PMB
                                                                -
  - Leadoff HR 4/29 @STL                                        -
  - Ejected 5/22 @LAK following triple play                     -

  Career Notes:                                                 Career Notes:
  - Youngest regular on the Marauders in 2010 (20 years old)    - Led State College with a .319 average last season
  - Drafted in the 6th round in 2008                            - 3rd time drafted when the Pirates took him 22nd round 2010
  - Signed away from a scholarship at Texas                     - Hit .336 in his final season at Oregon State
  - Hit .245/4/50 with a team high 66 walks in 2010             - Hails from New York, NY




2011 Game Notes                                                                                                   Page 8
                                                           pitchers
  Nate Baker                         #12               LHP      Zachary Foster                      #17               RHP
  RH: .292            RISP: .2824                               RH: 0-2          RISP: 1-2
  LH: .318            Last HR: Rams FTM 4/16                    LH: 1-8          Last HR:
  2011 Notes:                                                   2011 Notes:
  -5.2 IP, 6H, 1R, 1BB, 2K 4/26 vs. STL (W)                     - Marauders debut 6/2 vs. BRE—1IP, 1BB
  - QS @PMB 5/1—no walks over six innings
  - QS @LAK 5/22—only three hits over 6IP, SHO (ND)
  - 6IP, 1R in relief of Veal/ Foster vs BRE 6/2
  - Allowed 5R in his last 4 outings
  -

  Career Notes:                                                 Career Notes:
  - Pirates No. 17 prospect according to Baseball America       - Drafted in the 49th Round by the Pirates in 2008
  - College teammate of Marauders pitcher Phillip Irwin and     - Went 5-4 with a 4.28 ERA in 2010 with West Virginia
  Drew Pomeranz (2010 No. 1 pick to the Indians) at Ole Miss    - 1st player in the 12-year history of the Allegheny Mountain
  - 2-3, 3.02 ERA with Bradenton in nine games in 2010          Collegiate Conference to be drafted



  Ryan Beckman                       #22               RHP      Phillip Irwin                       #48               RHP
  RH: .325            RISP: .458                                RH: .293          RISP: .244
  LH: .242            Last HR:                                  LH: .157          Last HR: Ke Davis 6/1 BRE
  2011 Notes:                                                   2011 Notes:
  - 4Gms, 6IP, 5H, 2 Svs at Low-A West Virginia this season     - Threw 43 pitches over four shutout 4/30 @PMB
  - Promoted from Low-A 4/20                                    - Threw 5 shutout innings for first win vs. STL 5/5
  - 2 perfect innings in his A+ debut 4/22 @FTM                 - Has allowed four runners to 3B his last 19 innings ( two in
  - Finished first 8 gms this year                              one inning)
  - 11 of 15 runs allowed this year are unearned                -
  -                                                             -

  Career Notes:                                                 Career Notes:
  - A regular minor league roster addition in ‘11 MLB Spring    - Called up to the Marauders for the playoffs in 2010
  Training—1.2 innings of no hit ball vs. the Rays              - Played in West Virginia going 6-3, 3.35 ERA, 111K, 20BB
  - 18th Round pick of the Pirates in 2009                      - Drafted out of ole Miss in the 21st round in 2009
  - 21 games with a 4.68 ERA in SS State College last year      - Baseball America’s 31st ranked prospect in the system


  Jason Erickson                     #16               RHP      Brian Leach                         #51               RHP
  RH: .295          RISP: .293                                  RH: 1-7           RISP: 2-6
  LH: .283          Last HR: Sexton 5/6 @CHA                    LH: 2-8           Last HR:
  2011 Notes:                                                   2011 Notes:
  - Loaded bases w/ no outs 5/12 @TAM—allowed no runs           - Sat down the side in order in his first inning back 5/25@LAK
  -                                                             -
  -                                                             -
  -                                                             -
  -                                                             -
  -                                                             -

  Career Notes:                                                 Career Notes:
  - 8-6, 4.27 ERA in 2010 with West Virginia                    - Spent 2010 as starter with Bradenton—went 9-9, 3.85 ERA
  - Played collegiately at Washington                           - Pirates sent him to the prestigious Arizona Fall League in ‘10
  - Played college summer ball for the Mat-Su Miners            - 9.00 ERA in 10 games with Double-A Altoona in ‘11
  - Previously drafted by the Reds in the 45 round              - Selected in the 25th round ‘08 out of Southern Mississippi




2011 Game Notes                                                                                                    Page 9
                                                             pitchers
   Brett Lorin                         #64               RHP      Eliecer Navarro                    #43                LHP
   RH: .320            RISP: .234                                 RH: .302          RISP: .500
   LH: .187            Last HR: Hidalgo 4/15 FTM                  LH: .241          Last HR: 6/3 CHA—Thomas
   2011 Notes:                                                    2011 Notes:
   - 6IP, 6H, 0R, W vs. PMB in relief 4.25                        - 4.1IP, 1R allowed vs DUN 5/18
   - K’d 6 in 2.2IP if relief vs. STL 5/5                         -
   - 2R allowed in 14 innings as a reliever with 18K/3BB          -
   - ERA as a reliever is 1.02—21K in 17.2IP                      -
   - Started for injured Jeff Inman 5/19 vs. DUN                  -
   - Carried no hitter into the 5th in shutout of LAK 5/24        -

   Career Notes:                                                  Career Notes:
   - Acquired from the Mariners in a 2009 trade with Nathan       - 1-2, 3.49 ERA at West Virginia in 2010 (16 games / 6 starts)
   Adcock, Aaron Pribanic, Jeff Clement and Ronny Cedeno for      - Pitched three games at State College in 2010—1st year above
   Jack Wilson and Ian Snell                                      the Gulf Coast League
   - Pitched in 12 gms for Low-A in ‘10, 2-3 with a 5.18 ERA      - Played for Panama in the 2009 World Baseball Classic


                                                                  Jhonathan Ramos                    #44                LHP
                                                                  RH: .303            RISP: .216
                                                                  LH: .268            Last HR: Welch 5/5 STL
                                                                  2011 Notes:
                                                                  - Advanced-A Debut 4/7 @CHA 2.1IP, 1H
                                                                  - Pitched the 9th, 10th, and 11th of 13 inning game @JUP 4/17
                                                                  and got out of a RISP jam in each frame
                                                                  - 4IP, 2H, 6K vs. CLR 5/15
                                                                  - Hit in foot by hard comebacker 5/20 vs. DUN—went on DL
                                                                  -

                                                                  Career Notes:
                                                                  - Split 2010 at State College and West Virginia
                                                                  - Had a 1.62 ERA in 16 games at State College
                                                                  - Had a 6.10 ERA in nine games with West Virginia (2 starts)
                                                                  - Signed as an international free agent in 2006



  Quinton Miller                      #14               RHP       Brett Sinkbeil                     #55                RHP
  RH: .306           RISP: .337                                   RH: 6-13          RISP: 4-15
  LH: .338           Last HR: 6/3 BRE—Morris                      LH: 4-23          Last HR:
  2011 Notes:                                                     2011 Notes:
  - Quality start @ Jupiter 4/19                                  - Promoted to Bradenton on May 19
  -1IP in rain shortened start vs. PMB                            - Released by the Marlins following Spring Training
  - 18 of 42 ER have come against Charlotte                       - 1 Hit allowed combined in four of six outings
  - Career High 7IP 6/9 @ JUP—5H, 0R                              -
  -                                                               -
  -                                                               -

  Career Notes:                                                   Career Notes:
  - Drafted in the 20th round in 2008                             - First round pick of the Marlins in 2006
  - 3-6 with a 5.10 ERA with West Virginia in 2010 (10 gms)       - Pitched with Ross Detwiler at Missouri State
  - 0-1 with 2.70 ERA in four games with State College in 2010    - Made MLB Debut with the ‘Fish in 2010—allowed three runs
  - Split at State College and west Virginia in 2009 as well      on two hits over two innings vs. CHC, PHL, and MIL




2011 Game Notes                                                                                                    Page 10
                                                                transactions
                           transactions                                     Duke Welker                         #32               RHP
  April 7: Calvin Anderson, Gabe Alvarado, Aaron Baker, Nate Baker,         RH: .256           RISP: .313
  Joe Beimel, Victor Black, Kelson Brown, Ramon Cabrera, Evan Cham-
  bers, Tyler Cox, Jarek Cunningham, Jason Erickson, Bengie Gonzalez,       LH: .225           Last HR: Goins DUN 5/21
  Elevys Gonzalez, Robbie Grossman, Jeff Inman, Chase Lyles, Kyle           2011 Notes:
  McPherson, Matt McSwain, Quinton Miller, Diego Moreno, Eliecer            - Three innings of relief, 1ER vs. CHA 4/10
  Navarro, Carlos Paulino, Jhonatan Ramos, David Rubinstein, Adalberto
  Santos, Hunter Strickland, Duke Welker and Cole White added to roster
                                                                            - Worked one perfect inning @PMB 5/2—three groundouts
  April 7: C Chris Snyder added on MLB Rehab                                - Two no-hit innings @ CHA 5/6
  April 10: RHP Brett Lorin added from Extended Spring Training             - Has allowed an earned run his last five outings
  April 10: LHP Joe Beimel promoted to Triple-A Indianapolis                -
  April 10: RHP Fraylin Campos added from Extended Spring Training          -
  April 10: LHP Porfirio Lopez added from Extended Spring Training
  April 10: LHP Eliecer Navarro transferred to Extended Spring Training     Career Notes:
  April 10: RHP Jeff Inman transferred to Extended Spring Training
  April 11: RHP Jose Ascanio added on MLB Rehab
                                                                            - Split 2010 in West Virginia and Bradenton
  April 12: LHP Eliecer Navarro added from Extended Spring Training         - Second round pick in 2007
  April 12: RHP Fraylin Campos transferred to Extended Spring Training      - FSL opponents hit just .182 against him and he controlled his
  April 13: RHP Jeff Inman added from Extended Spring Training              walks as time went on—18 in first 11 gms, five in last nine
  April 13: RHP Gabriel Alvarado transferred to Extended Spring Training
  April 13: C Chris Snyder removed from MLB Rehab
  April 14: Kyle McPherson placed on Inactive List
  April 14: RHP Duke Welker placed on the Disabled List
  April 14: RHP Gabriel Alvarado added from Extended Spring Training
  April 17: Activate RHP Kyle McPherson from the Inactive List
  April 19: Remove RHP Jose Ascanio from MLB Rehab
  April 20: LHP Eliecer Navarro transferred to Extended Spring Training
  April 20: RHP Ryan Beckman added from Extended Spring Training
  April 22: RHP Duke Welker Reinstated from the Disabled List
  April 22: LHP Jhonathan Ramos transferred to Extended Spring Training
  April 23: RHP Gabriel Alvarado transferred to Extended Spring Training
  April 23: LHP Jhonathan Ramos added from Extended Spring Training
  April 25: RHP Phillip Irwin added from Extended Spring Training
  April 25: RHP Jason Erickson transferred to Extended Spring Training
  April 27: RHP Jason Erickson added from Extended Spring Training
  April 27: RHP Matt McSwain promoted to Double-A Altoona
  April 27: C Travis Scott added from Extended Spring Training
  April 27: C Ramon Cabrera transferred to Extended Spring Training
  May 7: C Travis Scott transferred to Extended Spring Training
  May 7: C Ramon Cabrera added from Extended Spring Training
  May 17: RHP Jeff Inman placed on Disabled List
  May 17: LHP Eliecer Navarro added from Extended Spring Training
  May 19: RHP Brett Sinkbeil added from Extended Spring Training
  May 19: LHP Porfirio Lopez transferred to Extended Spring Training
  May 21: OF Cole White transferred to Extended Spring Training
  May 21: RHP Jarryd Sullivan added from Extended Spring Training
  May 22: RHP Jarryd Sullivan transferred to Extended Spring Training
  May 22: LHP Donnie Veal added from Triple-A Indianapolis
  May 23: RHP Brian Leach added from Double-A Altoona
  May 23: RHP Diego Moreno promoted to Double-A Altoona
  May 24: OF Cole White added from Extended Spring Training
  May 24: OF David Rubinstein transferred to Extended Spring Training
  May 25: RHP Zach Foster promoted from Low-A West Virginia
  May 25: RHP Vic Black Transferred to West Virginia
  May 25: RHP Vic Black activated from the Disabled List
  May 25: LHP Jhonathan Ramos placed on the Disabled List
  May 29: OF Cole White transferred to Extended Spring Training
  May 29: OF David Rubinstein added from Extended Spring Training
  June 3: INF Chase Lyles Activated from Disabled List and transferred to
  WVa
  June 8: LHP Donnie Veal promoted to Double-A Altoona
  June 8: LHP Jhonathan Ramos activated from Disabled List
  June 10: RHP Kyle McPherson promoted to Double-A Altoona




2011 Game Notes                                                                                                               Page 11
                                                          first half day-by-day
         Game    Score               Win                Loss              Save                             Homeruns GB Time                                  Notes
   4/7   @CHA     L 3-2        Satow (1-0)      Welker (0-1)                                                                1.0   2:44     Won on Error in 9th
   4/8     CHA   W13-0     McSwain (1-0)        Colome (0-1)                                                 Snyder (1)     1.0   2:42   SnyderHR, 2B, 6RBI
   4/9   @CHA    L14-1       Andujar (1-0)        Miller (0-1)                                                              2.0   3:02       CHA: 9 run fourth
  4/10     CHA    W6-3        Welker (1-0)         Kelly (0-1)     Erickson (1)                         Anderson (1)        2.0   2:16    Anderson: HR, 3RBI
  4/11      JUP  W11-8          Baker (1-0) Montgomery (0-1)        Moreno (1)        Rubinstein (1), Cunningham (1)        1.0   2:41   Snyder: 2-4, 2R, RBI
  4/12      JUP  W16-4         Lopez (1-0) Rasmussen (0-1)                                Cunningham (2), Baker (1)         1.0   3:16   23 batters in 3rd&4th
  4/13      JUP    L9-2      Rosario (1-1)    McSwain (1-1)                                                                 2.0   2:45   Grosmn/Cbrra/Sntos: 3Hits
  4/14     FTM    W8-7         Miller (1-1) Stuifbergen (0-1)       Moreno (2)                                Baker (2)     2.0   2:40       Baker HR, 4RBBI
  4/15     FTM     L9-1     Stillings (1-0)        Lorin (0-1)                                                              3.0   2:31   FTM: 2HR in 1st 2IP
  4/16     FTM     L9-6          Hunt (1-0)    Navarro (0-1)          Pugh (3)                                              4.0   3:02       FTM: 5 Run Sixth
  4/17    @JUP L5-4F/13      Estavez (2-0)    Alvarado (0-1)                                            Anderson (2)        5.0   3:57       Final in 13 innings
  4/18    @JUP   W13-2     McSwain (2-1)          James (0-2)                       Cunningham (3, 4), Rubinstein (2)       4.0   2:48         McSwain: 11K’s
  4/19    @JUP     L1-0    Alvarado (1-0)         Miller (1-2)      Ramos (2)                                               5.0   1:57    Miller: 6IP, 1ER, 5H
  4/20   @FTM      L9-5         Pugh (1-0)        Lopez (1-1)                                                               6.0   3:15    Hanson: Walkoff GS
  4/21   @FTM      L5-4          Hunt (2-0)      Ramos (0-1)         Watts (3)                                              7.0   2:28    Cabrera 3Hits, 2RBI
  4/22   @FTM     W4-0    McPherson (1-0)    Holbrooks (0-3)      Beckman (1)                             Grossman (1)      7.0   2:24     Cunningham 3 2B’s
  4/23     PMB    W5-1     McSwain (3-1)      Fornataro (0-2)                                                               7.0   2:06      Inman 4IP, 1H, 0R
  4/24     PMB    W6-3      Erickson (1-0)         Smith (0-2)    Beckman (2)                                 Baker (3)     6.5   2:35      2:46 Delay Post 1st
  4/25     PMB    W8-1          Lorin (1-1)       Miller (0-2)                                                              7.0   2:47        Lorin 6IP, 6H, 0R
  4/26      STL  W12-6          Baker (2-0)    McHugh (1-1)                                       Cunningham (5, 6)         6.0   2:33        10 run first inning
  4/27      STL    L9-4          Sage (2-0)   Beckman (0-1)                                            Anderson (3)         7.0   2:41      STL 5 runs in ninth
  4/28   @STL     W6-4         Inman (1-0)      Harvey (4-1)                                           Anderson (4)         6.0   1:36     Anderson GW 3R HR
  4/29   @STL      L6-5       Kaplan (1-0)      Moreno (0-1)                           Grossman (2), Cunningham (7)         7.0   2:49    Grossman Leadoff HR
  4/30   @PMB      L2-1    Fornataro (1-2)         Lorin (1-2)      Lyons (1)                                               7.0   2:11        Fornataro 8IP, 1R
   5/1   @PMB      L3-2         Terry (1-2)   Beckman (0-2)        Rondon (1)                                               7.0   2:06          Baker: QS, 0BB
   5/2   @PMB      L5-1        Miller (1-2) McPherson (1-1)                                                                 7.0   2:27    Cunningham 2-4, 2B
   5/4      STL   W5-2       Moreno (1-1)           Cruz (2-1)                                                              6.0   2:14    Harvey Perfect 4.1IP
   5/5      STL   W4-2          Irwin (1-0)     Familia (1-1)       Ramos (1)                          Cunningham (8)       5.0   2:25   Cunningham 2R, 2RBI
   5/6   @CHA    L 12-0      Koronis (2-0)        Miller (1-3)    Espinosa (1)                                              5.0   2:39        CHA: 6-Run fifth
   5/7     CHA    L 6-4         Kelly (2-1)        Baker (2-1)                                                              6.0   2:46   Both teams 3R in 9th
   5/8   @CHA     W6-2    McPherson (2-1)      Lobstein (0-2)                                                Baker (4)      5.5   2:13     McPherson 7IP, 8K
  5/10   @TAM      L5-2      Solbach (2-2)        Inman (1-1)       Whitley (2)                           Anderson (5)      6.0   2:07          Cabrera 2-4, 2B
  5/11   @TAM      L6-4     Quintana (1-0)      Moreno (1-2)       Flannery (1)                                             7.0   2:46        Irwin 5IP, 2H, 1R
  5/12   @TAM    W 6-2         Miller (2-3)        Allen (1-2)                                                              7.0   2:51          White: 2RBI 2B
  5/13   @TAM      L5-2    Marshall (3-4)          Baker (2-2)     Solbach (1)                                              7.0   2:22     E Gonzalez: 3H, 2B
  5/14     CLR    W6-2    McPherson (3-1)    Rodriguez (5-1)         Lorin (1)        E Gonzalez (1), Cunningham (9)        6.5   2:22     McPherson: 6IP, 2R
  5/15     CLR     L1-0       Cosart (4-3)        Inman (1-2)      Friend (14)                                              8.0   2:02     Cosart retired 1st 18
  5/16     CLR    W3-1          Irwin (2-1)   Pettibone (3-3)     Beckman (3)                             Chambers (1)      7.0   2:02       Irwin: 6IP, 4H, 1R
  5/17     CLR     L3-2          May (3-2)        Miller (2-4)     Friend (15)                               Santos (1)     7.0   2:31   Santos reached 3x, HR
  5/18    DUN    L13-3       Jenkins (2-4)         Baker (2-3)                                                              8.0   2:38   Navarro 4.1IP, 3H, 1R
  5/19    DUN      L5-4       Gailey (1-1)      Moreno (1-3)     Etheridge (12)               Baker (5), Grossman (3)       7.0   2:44   GW run after E in 9th
  5/20    DUN   L11-10        Wright (3-1)       Ramos (0-2)     Etheridge (13)                        B Gonzalez (1)       7.0   3:13       15 Extra Base Hits
  5/21    DUN      L6-4      Malone (1-0)       Welker (1-2)     Etheridge (14)                                             8.0   2:36          DUN: HR in 9th
  5/22   @LAK      L4-3      Wesson (6-3)         Miller (2-5)      Faulk (10)                            Anderson (6)      8.0   2:54    LAK turned triple play in 7th
  5/23   @LAK      L5-2         Stohr (1-0)   Beckman (0-3)                                                                 8.0   2:23     LAK: 5R 5th Inning
  5/24   @LAK    W 9-0          Lorin (2-2)      Feeney (3-5)                         Cunningham (10), Anderson (7)         8.0   2:28        Anderson—4Hits
  5/25   @LAK      L4-3    Robowski (1-1)           Veal (0-1)      Faulk (11)                     Cunningham (11)          8.0   2:44         5 of 7 hits EXBH
  5/26   @DAY      L6-4      Ebinger (4-2)     Sinkbeil (0-1)      Batistia (12)             White (1), Chambers (2)        8.0   2:35   Irwin 10K/DAY 16K
  5/27   @DAY      L9-5      Navarro (0-2)      Latham (3-1)        Hatley (1)                             Baker (6)        9.0   2:31           Anderson: 2 2B
  5/28   @DAY      L4-3      Ebinger (5-2)      Welker (1-3)                                 Baker (7), Anderson (8)        9.0   3:06   Cerda—GW R in 9th
  5/29   @DAY     L 6-4       Batista (1-0)       Leach (0-1)                                                               9.0   2:52      Baker/Brown: 3B’s
  5/31     BRE   W 4-1    McPherson (4-1)        Lasker (1-6)                                                               8.0   2:15    McPherson 8.1 No-Hit
   6/1     BRE    W6-5         Irwin (3-0) Heckathorn (4-5)       Beckman (4)                                               8.0   2:51     Six first inning runs
   6/2     BRE   W 5-2          Baker (3-3)        Bucci (4-3)                                                              7.0   2:35    Baker: 6IP, 1R relief
   6/3     BRE W 13-3          Miller (3-5)     Rosario (3-4)                      Paulino (1), Baker (8), Rubinstein (3)   6.0   2:37   Santos/Paulino—1H shy cycle
   6/4     CHA     L8-0         Lorin (2-3)    Lobstein (4-2)                                                               6.0   2:32   CH: Lobstein 7IP, 1H
   6/5   @CHA      L6-1      Colome (3-4)      Sinkbeil (0-1)                                                               6.0   2:31           Baker 2-3, RBI
   6/6   @CHA     W4-0          Irwin (4-0)  Thompson (0-3)                                                                 6.0   2:34        Grossman 3 Runs
   6/8    @JUP     L4-3       Harvey (3-2)       Ramos (0-3)       Ramos (12)                                               6.0   2:36        Grossmna 3BB, R
   6/9    @JUP    W4-0         Miller (4-5) Montgomery(2-3)                                               Anderson (9)      6.0   2:02       Miller 7IP, 5H, 0R
  6/10    @JUP
  6/11     FTM
  6/12   @FTM
  6/13   @FTM
  6/14   @CHA
  6/15     CHA
  6/16   @CHA




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                               second half day-by-day
        Game     Score   Win   Loss      Save           Homeruns GB Time     Notes
 6/20      JUP
 6/21      JUP
 6/22      JUP
 6/23   @FTM
 6/24     FTM
 6/25     FTM
 6/26   @STL
 6/27   @STL
 6/28      STL
 6/29     PMB
 6/30     PMB
  7/1     PMB
  7/2      STL
  7/3      STL
  7/4   @PMB
  7/5   @PMB
  7/6   @PMB
  7/7   @PMB
  7/8     LAK
  7/9     LAK
 7/10     LAK
 7/11     LAK
 7/13   @DUN
 7/14   @DUN
 7/15   @DUN
 7/16   @DUN
 7/17    DAY
 7/18    DAY
 7/19    DAY
 7/20    DAY
 7/21    TAM
 7/22    TAM
 7/23    TAM
 7/24    TAM
 7/25   @CLR
 7/26   @CLR
 7/27   @CLR
 7/28   @CLR
 7/29   @BRE
 7/30   @BRE
 7/31   @BRE
  8/1   @BRE
  8/3     FTM
  8/4     FTM
  8/5     FTM
  8/6      JUP
  8/7      JUP
  8/8      JUP
  8/9   @FTM
 8/10   @FTM
 8/11   @FTM
 8/12    @JUP
 8/13    @JUP
 8/14    @JUP
 8/16     CHA
 8/17   @CHA
 8/18     CHA
 8/19   @STL
 8/20   @STL
 8/21   @STL
 8/23     PMB
 8/24     PMB
 8/25     PMB
 8/26   @STL
 8/27   @STL
 8/28      STL
 8/29      STL
 8/30   @PMB
 8/31   @PMB
  9/1     CHA
  9/2     CHA
  9/3   @CHA
  9/4     CHA



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                                  down (up?) on the farm

             MLB                      Last                          Next
                               L 2-0 vs. Arizona
                                                           7:05 vs. New York (NL)
                               Karstens: 7IP, SHP
                                                               Morton vs. Gee
                              Overall record: 30-31


      international league
                               L 15-2 @ Buffalo
                              Miles Durham: 2 RBI              7:35 @ Buffalo
                               Ford: 0.2 IP relief            Owens vs. Cohoon
                              Overall Record: 30-32

        eastern league

                                 W 5-4 vs. Erie
                                                              7:05 vs. Reading
                              Latimore/Farrell: HR
                                                           McPherson vs. Rosenberg
                              Overall Record: 30-29



      south atlantic league

                                 SUSPENDED                    7:05 @ Lakewood
                              Overall Record: 28-29           Taillon vs. Biddle



      new york-penn league




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