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                        Wilmington Blue Rocks (40-39, 4-6) Carolina League Affiliate of the Kansas City Royals
                                                                 vs.
                         Potomac Nationals (34-45, 5-5) Carolina League Affiliate of the Washington Nationals

              Games No. 80/81 -- Road Games No. 43/44 -- Pfitzner Stadium -- Monday, July 4, 2011 -- 5 p.m.
                 BLUE ROCKS BREAKDOWN                                                 Tonight’s Probables
                                                                               WIL: LHP Noel Arguelles (2-3, 2.32)
HOME: 21-16 AWAY: 19-23 STREAK: L 1 LAST 5: 2-3 LAST 10: 4-6                                   vs.
                                                                             POT: RHP Adam Olbrychowski (2-3, 4.76)
RAIN KINGS: Rain delayed and eventually suspended play at Pfitzner Stadium
on Sunday night, with the Wilmington Blue Rocks leading the Potomac Nationals,            THE ROCKS' NOEL: Noel Arguelles defected from Cuba with
4-2. With one out and the bases clear, bright flashes of lightning, booming thunder       Red Sox shortstop prospect Jose Iglesias while at the World Junior
and hard rains began to assault the field and its surrounding area. The teams will        Championships in Edmonton, Canada in July 2008. He then threw
conclude the game at 5 p.m. tonight with a seven-inning affair to follow.                 for 18 months in MLB auditions. Eventually, he signed a five-year,
                                                                                          $7 million contract w/K.C. in Jan. 2010. The Royals rested his arm
PENDING PEBBLES: Ryan Stovall ended an 0-for-8 slide as a Blue Rock this                  for two months, then held him out in 2010 due to the toll of the
season with his fourth-inning double...Whit Merrifield stands 2-for-3 so far in the       auditions & eventual surgery. In 2GS vs. POT, Arguelles is 0-0, 1.00
game with his first triple of the season...It marks his first multi-hit game since June   ERA, .235 BAA. He has not logged a win since May 11 vs. SAL.
23...He entered the night on a 1-for-28 slide...Nick Van Stratten has two hits            Adam Olbrychowski joined the Nationals organization in a trade for
including a double and an RBI in the contest...He has hits in all four of his games       former P-Nat Justin Maxwell with the Yankees in Feb. The Yankees'
with this year's Blue Crew, amassing 6-for-14 performance thus far.                       fifth-round choice in 2007, he struck out New Hampshire's Jonathan
                                                                                          Jaspe to end the 2010 Eastern League Division Series, which his
JOY IN MELVILLE: Tim Melville allowed just one earned run over his 4.1                    Trenton Thunder swept. The former Pepperdine star mostly started
innings before rain delayed and eventually suspended play. He struck out four,            over his first two seasons of pro ball, but shifted to the bullpen in
walked none, and picked off Steven Souza at first base in the second. Once the            2009. He began 2011 in Potomac's 'pen, going 1-2 with a 5.63 ERA
game becomes official, Melville will own a 1.98 ERA over his last five starts. The        in 16 relief appearanes before he joined the rotation on June 14. In
Blue Rocks have won all of the first four and are in line to win the fifth.               3GS, he is 1-1, 3.45 with 16K in 15.2 IP. In 3G vs. WIL - 0-0, 7.71.
STOP, THIEF!: Potomac's Jeff Kobernus singled, drove in a run and stole two                  2011 Regular-Season Series: WIL vs. POT
more bases in the game. The CL All-Star has four swipes in as many attempts on Date Site Result Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher       Save
the series and a league-best 33 on the year. He's 6-for-6 in theft tries against the 4-15 @ Wil W 5-4 Sample (1-0) Wort (0-1)   None
Rocks on the year.                                                                   4-17 @ Wil W 6-0 Mariot (2-0) Holder (0-1) None-7 inn.
                                                                                          4-17   @ Wil   W 6-5    Baez (1-0)        Martinez (0-2)      Herrera (1)-7 inn.
ALL-STAR CENTRAL: Several former Blue Rocks were named Major League
All-Stars yesterday. The list includes Carlos Beltran (Mets), Jacoby Ellsbury             5-13   @ Pot   W 13-4   Melville (3-4)    Selik (0-2)         None
(Red Sox), and Aaron Crow (Royals). A man who rehabbed with last year's Blue              5-14   @ Pot   L 5-4    Weaver (1-0)      Marks (1-2)         None - 8 inn.
Rocks, Alex Gordon (Royals), is among the "final five" vote for the A.L.                  5-15   @ Pot   L 5-4    Lehman (2-0)      Baez (1-1)          None
                                                                                          6-3    @ Wil   L 5-1    Selik (1-4)       Lafferty (1-2)      None
OFF ON THE WRONG FOOT: The Rocks suffered a 14-1 loss in Saturday's                       6-4    @ Wil   L 3-0    Rosenbaum (3-3)   Chapman (0-2)       None
series opener, making for their most lopsided loss since falling by the same final        6-5    @ Wil   L 5-4    Smoker (2-1)      Melville (5-6)      Nelo (2)
score on June 30, 2005 versus Lynchburg.                                                  7-2    @ Pot   L 14-1   Holland (1-0)     E. Pimentel (4-6)   None
                                                                                          7-3    @ Pot
ROSTER MOVEMENT: Glenn Gibson has voluntarily retired. He gave up                         7-4    @ Pot
seven runs on six hits and two dingers in two-thirds of an inning on Saturday as          7-5    @ Pot
his ERA rose from 7.45 to 13.06. Gibson spent most of his first five seasons as a         7-25   @ Wil
pro in the Nationals' farm system, including last season with many of this year's         7-26   @ Wil
P-Nats at Low-A Hagerstown.                                                               7-27   @ Wil
                                                                                          7-28   @ Wil
NOT-SO-GREAT EIGHT: The Blue Crew has lost six of eight overall since start-
                                                                                          8-23   @ Pot
ing the second half 2-0. It has scored just five runs in the six losses and owns the
CL's second-worst run-scoring offense (3.77/g), besting only Kinston (3.65/g).            8-24   @ Pot
                                                                                          8-25   @ Pot
POTOMAC POWER: Potomac entered Saturday night dead last in the CL with 39
homers. That included just four against the Rocks in 10 clashes. With four homers                              Nationals News
in that series opener, the P-Nats doubled their dinger sum against the Blue Crew and NAILS II: Potomac boasts Cutter Dykstra, son of former Phillies
passed Kinston (41) in overall homers. No Wilmington opponent had clubbed four and Mets star, Lenny Dykstra. Listed as an infielder, Dykstra’s
homers in a game since the Pelicans' power display on April 9, 2010 at Coastal Field. playing time has mostly come as the DH. A second-round pick by
                                                                                      the Brewers in ‘08, Dykstra was received in a trade along with cash
MULTIPLICITY: The P-Nats' power surge included two homers by Destin Hood. for former Lynchburg Hillcat/P-Nat Nyjer Morgan in late March.
The team leader in RBIs became the first Wilmington foe to leave the yard twice Dykstra enjoyed a breakout 2010 at .312/.416/.411 and 27 stolen
in a game since Jacob Julius turned the trick for Frederick on July 16, 2010.         bases while teammates with Jake Odorizzi at Low-A Wisconsin.
                                                                                      HEY CUZ: The P-Nats hired a new G.M. this off-season, Josh
                           ~ Upcoming Probables ~                                     Olerud, from the Rockford RiverHawks of the Independent Northern
                                                                                      League. He is the cousin of former MLB star John Olerud, who
Tue:        at Potomac            Wil: RHP Tyler Sample
                                                                     Pot: TBA         spent 17 seasons in the bigs with the Blue Jays, Mariners, Red Sox,
            7:05 p.m.                   (5-5, 4.33)                                   Mets and Yankees.
Wed:        at Salem              Wil: LHP Justin Marks       Sal: RHP Ryan Pressly   ROAD WARRIORS: Last they met at the Pfitz, Potomac entered
            7:05 p.m.                   (4-5, 4.640                 (4-8, 4.52)       the May 13-15 series having played all but three of its prior 27
                                                                                      games on the road. The lengthy road run was not by schedule design,
Thu:        at Salem            Wil: RHP Elisaul Pimentel Sal: RHP Anthony Ranaudo but instead the result of MiLB ruling Pfitzner Stadium’s playing
            7:05 p.m.                   (4-6, 4.07)                 (1-3, 4.41)       surface “unplayable”. In the off-season, a new drainage system was
                                                                                      installed in the outfield, and grass had not completely grown around
Fri:        at Salem              Wil: RHP Tim Melville      Sal: LHP Drake Britton   the area where the system was placed. Wilmington has fallen in six
            7:05 p.m.                   (7-6, 4.12)                 (1-7, 7.26)       straight meetings after winning the first four.
RADIO: Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS-FM                               WEBCAST: wgls.rowan.edu or bluerocks.com                             Wilmington Blue Rocks Game Notes
                                            MEDIA INFORMATION CONTINUED
                            HOME RUN NOTES                                                              EXAMINING THE P-NATS
Blue Rocks                                                                         NAILS PART DEUX?: The Potomac Nationals have a player
2-HR GAMES BY BLUE ROCKS (5 IN 2010/65X BY 59 DIFFERENT PLAYERS)                   whose last name and family lineage is quite familiar to many in
Rey Navarro off Andre Rienzo and Leroy Hunt (6-18-11) vs. W-S                      these parts. Infielder Cutter Dykstra is the son of former Phillies
                                                                                   center fielder Lenny Dykstra. For many years the elder Dykstra was
3-HR GAMES BY BLUE ROCKS (HAS NEVER HAPPENED)                                      a hero in these parts for his magical 1993 season, when he led the
0 in 2011
                                                                                   ragtag Phillies, who finished last in their division the previous sea-
BACK-TO-BACK HOME RUNS (2 IN 2010)                                                 son, to the National League pennant. His cult status soared even
0 in 2011                                                                          higher in recent years when it was revealed that he had turned into
                                                                                   a financial savant. Dykstra, who used to tell people he did not read
LEAD-OFF HOME RUNS (0 IN 2010)                                                     during the season because it was bad for his batting eye, was hailed
Whit Merrifield off Brett Brach (6-7-11) vs. Kin                                   as a genius by many for his ability to pick stocks on the market. His
                                                                                   luck has run out of late, however, as the elder Dykstra was arrested
GRAND SLAM HOME RUNS (2 IN 2010)                                                   earlier this season on bankruptcy fraud charges. Ironically enough,
John Whittleman off Justin Collop (4-24-11) at W-S
                                                                                   that same day Cutter was in the Delaware Valley at Frawley
WALK-OFF HOME RUNS (0 IN 2010)                                                     Stadium with his Potomac teammates preparing to face the Blue
0 in 2011                                                                          Rocks. The younger Dykstra was a second-round pick of the
                                                                                   Milwaukee Brewers out of high school in 2008. He had a miserable
PINCH-HIT HOME RUNS (0 IN 2010)                                                    year in 2009, getting demoted at the midpoint of the season. He
0 in 2011                                                                          bounced back strong in 2010, hitting .312 and scoring 66 runs in
INSIDE-THE-PARK HOME RUNS (0 IN 2010)
                                                                                   100 games for the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. Things were looking
0 in 2011                                                                          up, and then his world was rocked late in spring training when the
                                                                                   Brewers traded Dykstra to Washington in exchange for Nyjer
BLUE ROCKS HOME RUNS (74 IN 2010 / 28 HOME & 46 AWAY)                              Morgan. He is still looking for a defensive position, having shifted
Frederick     2       Potomac 4                                                    between the left and right side of the infield. Upon his trade,
Kinston       7       Salem     4                                                  Washington general manager Mike Rizzo told the press that he
Lynchburg     5       Win-Sal 19                                                   planned on Dykstra spending most of his time at second base, but
Myrtle Beach  3                                                                    did concede that a shift to the outfield was possible. The 21-year-
FRAWLEY               18         ROAD       26
                                                                                   old committed 20 errors in his first two years of full-season pro ball.
                                                                                   ROSENBAUM RARING TO GO: Lefty Danny Rosenbaum
Opponents                                                                          may very well be the best southpaw pitcher in the history of
2-HR GAMES BY OPPONENT (2 IN 2010)                                                 Xavier's baseball program. He helped lead the Musketeers to their
Destin Hood off Elisaul Pimentel and Glenn Gibson (7-2-11) at Pot                  first-ever NCAA regional, and won a game there by fanning nine
3-HR GAMES BY OPPONENT (0 IN 2010)                                                 Sam Houston State hitters. It was not enough to impress pro scouts
0 in 2011                                                                          however, as he slipped to the 22nd round of the 2009 draft, and
                                                                                   signed for a measly $20,000. A far cry from the $15 million fellow
BACK-TO-BACK HOME RUNS (0 IN 2010)                                                 Washington hurler Stephen Strasburg received when he was cho-
0 in 2011                                                                          sen 651 picks earlier. But Rosenbaum has shot up the charts in the
                                                                                   Washington system and entered the season as the 23rd-ranked
BACK-TO-BACK-TO-BACK (0 IN 2010)                                                   prospect on the Nationals farm according to Baseball America. In
0 in 2011                                                                          fact, people inside the organization told that publication in the
LEAD-OFF HOME RUNS (2 IN 2010)                                                     offseason that they felt Rosenbaum was just a solid changeup away
Steve Bumbry off Tim Melville (6-28-11) at Fre                                     from the big leagues. Potomac pitching coach Paul Menhart told
                                                                                   the Washington Post that the biggest reason for his hurler's devel-
GRAND SLAM HOME RUNS (4 IN 2010)                                                   opment has been his willingness to embrace the inner-half of the
Chase Frawley off Tim Melville (5-30-11) at Kin                                    plate. Like most college pitchers facing the old aluminum bats,
                                                                                   Rosenbaum spent most of his time working away against foes at
WALK-OFF HOME RUNS (2 IN 2010)                                                     Xavier. In the pros he has pounded hitters' hands and the results are
Jared Mitchell off Kelvin Herrera (4-23-11, G2) at W-S                             speaking for themselves. Rosenbaum mowed down the Rocks with
PINCH-HIT HOME RUNS (0 IN 2010)                                                    a three-hit CG SHO on June 4 at Frawley Stadium, and in five
0 in 2011                                                                          career starts against Wilmington he is 2-0 with a 1.29 ERA.
INSIDE-THE-PARK HOME RUNS (0 IN 2010)                                              CAN KOBERNUS KEEP HEALTHY?: After getting drafted in
0 in 2011                                                                          the second round in 2009, the sky seemed the limit for Potomac
                                                                                   infielder Jeff Kobernus. Many felt this Cal product, who signed for
HOME RUNS ALLOWED TO (86 IN 2010 / 39 HOME & 47 AWAY)                              a hefty bonus of $705,500, would enjoy a quick path through the
Frederick     7      Potomac 8                                                     Washington system. Injuries have curtailed the ascent over his first
Kinston       7      Salem     4                                                   two seasons. The 22-year-old played just 10 games in his first year
Lynchburg     7      Win-Sal 10                                                    as a pro before succumbing to a knee injury that he had suffered in
Myrtle Beach  8                                                                    college. Assorted minor nicks cost him the first and last month of
FRAWLEY               12         ROAD       39                                     last season. In between though he flashed the promise that earned
Individual Home Runs Vs. Wilmington          Individual Home Runs Vs. Opposition
                                                                                   him all of the accolades in the first place, batting .279 with 18
                                                                                   doubles and 42 RBIs in 74 games for Low-A Hagerstown. Most
Team        Name                No.          Name                 Opponent No.     scouts agree Kobernus will succeed in the long term thanks to his
Kin         Adam Abraham        4            Rey Navarro          W-S         4    passion for the game, which the 21st-ranked prospect in the
MB          Mike Olt            4            John Whittleman      Lyn         3    Washington system (according to Baseball America) inherited
Pot         Destin Hood         3            Tim Ferguson         WS          3
                                                                                   from his father, who spent time in the minors for Oakland.
WS          Ian Gac             3            Nick Francis         WS          3    DESTIN'S DIAMOND DESTINY: Destin Hood faced about as
                                                                                   difficult a decision as any young man can coming out of high
Fre         Tyler Townsend      2            Nick Francis         Kin         2    school in 2008. His options were to play wide receiver at the
Lyn         Adam Milligan       2            Rey Navarro          Kin         2    University of Alabama or sign a baseball contract with the
Pot         Justin Bloxom       2            Jose Bonilla         WS          2    Washington Nationals for $1.1 million. The Mobile, AL native
Sal         Bryce Brentz        2            John Whittleman      WS          2
                                                                                   disappointed many folks back home when he turned down head
                                                                                   coach Nick Saban's scholarship offer and elected to sign with the
                                                                                   Nationals. His skills on the diamond are still very raw. Hood lost
                                                                                   20 pounds entering the 2010 season and improved dramatically on
                                                                                   the defensive end. He is a terror with his athleticism on the base
                                                                                   paths, but he needs to see the breaking ball better at the plate.
                                                                                   Nevertheless, he possesses so much talent, Baseball America has
                                                                                   him ranked as the No. 12 prospect on the Washington farm.
                                                             ~ BLUE ROCKS STARTING PITCHER ~
                                        #45        LHP               Noel Arguelles
                                                   Acquired: Signed as non-drafted free agent on Jan. 5, 2010
                                        Born:              January 12, 1990 in Guira, Cuba                 Age:      21
                                        Resides:           Miami, FL                                       Ht:       6-3          Wt:     223
                                        College:           None                                            Bats:     Left         Throws: Left

                                        2011 Notes:
                                        - Entered the season as a piggyback starter with Michael Mariot
                                        - Apr. 11 at KIN: Four innings of two-hit shutout ball in stateside debut
                                        - Baseball America’s J.J. Cooper had him touching 91 mph w/fastball (sat 88-90), curve at 71-72, and one change
                                        - Threw 40 total pitches in the outing
                                        - Apr. 17 (Gm 1) vs. Pot: Whiffed five in four scoreless frames to start team’s first shutout of year
                                        - Apr. 23 (Gm 1) at W-S: Faced 18 batters, fired 16 first-pitch strikes
                                        - May 28 at MB: Allowed career-worst 3HR; After 3rd HR of night was hit (deep shot to LCF by Mike Olt), he
                                        threw behind the next hitter, Vinny DiFazio, on his second pitch and got ejected (DiFazio also hit HR earlier)
                                        - Piggyback with Mariot was broken up on June 2 turn of rotation as Mariot started for first time
         The Book on Noel

At Home:           2-1, 1.06, 1HR       Miscellaneous Notes:
On the Road:       0-2, 4.56, 5HR
LH Opp Avg:        .235, 1HR            - Pitched for the La Habana Vaqueros in the Cuban National Series prior to defecting
RH Opp Avg:        .243, 5HR            - Competed for the Cuban Junior (18 and under) team in the COPABE “AAA” Pan American Junior
Rocks Record when he pitches: 9-4
Run Support:       4.0/g (52R-13G)      Championships in 2007
ERA:               2.32
                                        - Was the winning pitcher in the gold medal game vs. host Mexico (8IP, 0R, 3H, 5BB, 11K) in a 6-0 Cuba victory
Season-High K’s: 5 (3x-L 5-22 vs. MB)   - Defected from Cuba with Red Sox shortstop prospect Jose Iglesias while at the World Junior Championships
Career-High K’s: same
                                        in Edmonton, Canada in July 2008
Last Win: 5-11-11 vs. SAL
Last Loss: 6-29-11 vs. SAL              - He then threw for 18 straight months in different auditions with major league clubs
                                        - Signed a five-year, $7 million contract with the Kansas City Royals in January of 2010
Most IP, 2011: 6.2 (6-29 vs. SAL)
Most IP, Career: same                   - Royals rested his arm for two months then held him out of 2010 season after inking him to a deal because he
2011 Appearances:                       had thrown so frequently over the previous 18 months.
 Date OPP            G    GS   DEC      ERA    IP H     R ER BB        SO   HR HBP WP Score Upon Exit           Result                   Notes
4-11     at Kin       1    1   ND       0.00   4.0 2    0 0 0           0    0  0   0   Leading, 1-0            W 4-1    Faced 1 over min; 6GO:2FO
4-17 (1) vs. Pot      2    2   ND       0.00   4.0 2    0 0 1           5    0  0   0   Leading, 4-0            W 6-0    First team SHO of year
4-23 (1) at W-S       3    3   ND       1.46   4.1 4    2 2 0           4    0  1   1   Leading, 5-1            W 10-2   Retired 11 str, 18 TBF/16 FPS
4-30 vs. W-S          4    4   Win      1.02   5.1 5    1 0 0           5    0  0   2   Leading, 2-1            W 3-1    First pro win; E5 Batista
5-5      at Fre       5    5   Loss     2.28   6.0 5    4 4 0           4    1  1   0   Trailing, 4-0           L 5-2    All runs on 2-out hits; 10:1 GO:FO
5-11     vs. Sal      6    6   Win      2.15   5.2 4    1 1 1           2    0  0   0   Leading, 3-1            W 3-2    1st run allowed at home all year
5-16      at Sal      7    7   ND       2.43   4.0 7    2 2 1           2    1  0   2   Leading, 6-2            W 7-3    Leadoff man reached in all 4 inn.
5-22 vs. MB           8    8   ND       2.31   5.2 6    1 1 1           5    0  0   0    Tied, 1-1              W 3-1    Completed sweep of MB
5-28     at MB        9    9   Loss     2.84   5.1 7    4 4 1           3    3  0   0   Trailing, 4-0           L 4-0    Ejected; Threw behind DiFazio after HR
6-3      vs. Pot     10   10   ND       2.74   5.0 6    1 1 0           1    0  0   1    Tied, 1-1              L 5-1    First time solo/no piggyback
6-16 vs. W-S         11   11   ND       2.53   4.0 2    0 0 0           3    0  0   0   Leading, 9-0            W 10-5   Game suspended due to rain
6-24 vs. Lyn         12   12   ND       2.28   6.0 3    0 0 0           2    0  1   0   Leading, 2-0            W 4-2    Faced 1 over min thru first 4 IP
6-29     vs. Sal     13   13   Loss     2.32   6.2 6    2 2 0           4    1  0   1   Trailing, 2-0           L 2-0    Longest outing of career




                                                             Career Totals Prior To 2011:
 Year Club                              W-L         ERA      G    GS     SHO CG SV             IP     H     R      ER BB SO HR HBP WP
      None - First Year
      Totals
                   Wilmington Blue Rocks 2011 Regular-Season Breakdown
Record:                                  40-39                Blue Rocks vs. the Carolina League
First Half:                              36-33      Opponent          Record       Home        Road
Second Half:                             4-6
Home:                                    21-16
                                                    Frederick            3-7         2-1         1-6
Road:                                    19-23      Lynchburg            6-7         3-3         3-4
Vs. RH Starters:                         22-22      Potomac              4-6         3-3         1-3
Vs. LH Starters:                         18-17      Vs. North          13-20         8-7        5-13
Day:                                     10-7       Kinston              6-7         2-4         4-3
Night:                                   30-32      Myrtle Beach         4-5         3-0         1-5
One-Run Games:                           11-13      Salem                7-3         3-3         4-0
Two-Run Games:                           10-6       Winston-Salem       10-4         5-2         5-2
Extra-Inning Games:                      1-2        Vs. South          27-19        13-9       14-10
Doubleheaders (W-L-S)                    2-0-2
                                                                                       Italics--Indicates--series complete for 2011
Shutouts:                                5-7
When Leading After 7:                    32-4                     Runners Left On Base
When Trailing After 7:                   4-31              Blue Rocks: 498    Opponents: 477
When Tied After 7:                       4-4                      Double Plays Turned
When Leading After 8:                    31-0              Blue Rocks: 63     Opponents: 53
When Trailing After 8:                   1-33
When Tied After 8:                       2-3        Blue Rocks On...
                                                    Mondays:                    4-6    April: 14-7
When the Rocks Score First:              27-12      Tuesdays:                   6-5    May: 14-15
When the Opponent Scores First:          13-27      Wednesdays:                 8-3    June: 11-16
Games Decided In Last At-Bat:            1-4        Thursdays:                  4-5    July: 1-1
When Scoring 3 Or Less:                  10-34      Fridays:                    7-5    Aug:
When Scoring 4 Or More:                  30-5       Saturdays:                  6-7    Sept:
When The Rocks Have 5 Hits or Less:      5-19       Sundays:                    5-8
When The Rocks Have 10 Hits or More: 18-2           First Game of Series:       13-12
When The Rocks Hit A Home Run:           22-7       Last Game of Series:        11-13
Most Games Above .500:                   11 (1x)    Series Won:                 10
Most Games Below .500:                   1 (2x)     Series Lost:                12
When The Rocks Commit an Error:          17-26      Series Split:               2
When The Rocks Starter Goes 6+ Inn: 20-17           Series Swept:               5-3
Come-From-Behind Victories:              17-15      Rubber Matches:             1-5
After A Win:                             20-19                       2011 Roster (24+2)
After A Loss:                            20-19       Pitchers (11+1)    Catchers (2)    Outfielders (5)
Rainouts:                                5
                                                    Noel Arguelles      Jose Bonilla                Tim Ferguson*
              Walk-Off Wins/Losses                  Ryan Dennick        Ryan Eigsti                 Whit Merrifield*
                                                    Edgar Garcia                                    Yem Prades
        WINS (1)                 LOSSES (4)         Brendan Lafferty                                Carlo Testa
                                                    Michael Mariot      Infielders (6+1)            Nick Van Stratten
DATE OPP SCORE DATE OPP SCORE                       Justin Marks
 5-25 vs. Fre 6-5        4-23 (2) at W-S 3-2 (8)    Tim Melville*       Deivy Batista*
                                                    Dusty Odenbach      Gerard Hall
                         5-6      at Fre 2-1        Bryan Paukovits     Joey Lewis*
                         5-8      at Fre 3-2 (13)   Elisaul Pimentel    Alex McClure*-DL
                                                    Julio Pimentel-DL   Kurt Mertins
                         5-15 at Pot 5-4            Tyler Sample        Ryan Stovall
                                                                        John Whittleman*




                                                                        Names in BOLD were on Opening Day Roster
                                                                        on April 8. Names followed by an asterisk (*)
                                                                        were Opening Day starters on April 8.
                                          Wilmington Blue Rocks 2011 Notes Continued
                     Blue Rocks Pitching Breakdown                                                              Runners Inherited / Scored
                    W L SV ERA        IP                         H   R ER BB SO HR                                   Runners             Inherited
STARTERS            24 28 ----- 3.77 427.0                      429 200 179 109 353 35 Pitcher                       Inherited          Runs Allowed                Pct.
                                                                                                  Baez                     6                         2             .333
RELIEVERS 16 11                 18       3.56      250.0        239 116 99         70 240 16      Barrera                  0                         0              n/a
TOTALS              40 39 18             3.70      677.0        668 316 278 179 593 51            Chapman                  3                         1             .333
                                                                                                  Dennick                  8                         2             .250
        Wilmington Starts of Seven or More Innings (12)                                           Garcia                   3                         2             .667
Pitcher              IP         Date         Opponent                Dec.      Game Result        Gibson                   4                         2             .500
Justin Marks         7.0        5-8          at Fre                  ND        L 3-2 (13)         Herrera                  2                         0             .000
Justin Marks         7.0        5-19         at Sal                  Win       W 1-0              Lafferty                 4                         1             .250
Justin Marks         8.0        5-31         at Kin                  Loss      L 1-0
                                                                                                  Marks                    6                         3             .500
Tim Melville         7.0        4-25         at Lyn                  Win       W 8-1
Jake Odorrizi        7.0        4-29         vs. W-S                 Win       W 4-0              Mariot                   8                         1             .125
Elisaul Pimentel     7.0        5-1          vs. W-S                 Win       W 4-2              Odenbach                 0                         0              n/a
Elisaul Pimentel     8.0        6-4          vs. Pot                 ND        L 3-0              Paukovits                9                         5             .556
Elisaul Pimentel     7.0        6-14 (1)     at Lyn                  Win       W 3-1              Sample                   0                         0              n/a
Elisaul Pimentel     7.0        6-27         at Fre                  Loss      L 2-0
Tyler Sample         8.0        5-20         vs. MB                  Win       W 6-4              Totals                  53                      19               .358
Tyler Sample         7.0        6-11         at W-S                  Win       W 9-4
Tyler Sample         7.0        6-26         at Fre                  Loss      L 6-2
                                Starter Breakdown                                                               Blue Rocks Catching Totals
Starter              Starts     Team Record                  No                Record As          Name                         CS           ATT.          Pct.         PB
                                  In Starts                Decisions            Starter           Jose Bonilla                  18          64            .281         5
Tim Melville               15          9-6                       2                  7-6           Ryan Eigsti                  5            14            .357         1
Jake Odorizzi              15          7-8                       6                  5-4           Juan Graterol                10           33            .303         1
Elisaul Pimentel           14          6-8                       4                  4-6
                                                                                                  Totals                       33           111           .297         7
Noel Arguelles             13          9-4                       8                  2-3
Justin Marks               10          5-5                       2                  4-4                 Blue Rocks Catchers - ERA Breakdown
Tyler Sample               10          4-6                       4                  2-4           Name          Innings Caught          ER               ERA      W        L
Michael Mariot             2           0-2                       1                  0-1
                                                                                                  Jose Bonilla        431.2             178              3.71     29       20
                                                                                                  Ryan Eigsti          88.0             37               3.78      4        7
                                                                                                  Juan Graterol       157.1             63               3.60      7       12
                                                                                                  Totals              677.0             278              3.70     40       39
                                                                     Rocks Bullpen (Last Relief Outing)
Reliever             Date       Opp.         DEC           IP        H         R          ER        BB        K       HR           BF            IR      Scored
Manauris Baez        5-21       vs. MB       ---           1.0       0         0          0         0         0       0            3             0           0
Henry Barrera        6-13       at Lyn       ---           2.0       1         0          0         1         4       0            8             0           0
Kevin Chapman        6-4        vs. Pot      Loss          1.0       5         3          3         0         2       0            7             0           0
Ryan Dennick         6-29       vs. Sal      ---           1.0       0         0          0         0         2       0            3             0           0
Edgar Garcia         7-2        at Pot       ---           0.1       1         0          0         0         0       0            2             2           2
Glenn Gibson         7-2        at Pot       ---           0.2       6         7          7         1         0       2            9             0           0
Brendan Lafferty     6-29       vs. Sal      ---           1.1       2         0          0         0         1       0            6             0           0
Justin Marks         6-26       at Fre       ---           1.0       1         1          1         1         0       0            6             0           0
Michael Mariot       7-2        at Pot       ---           2.1       2         2          2         1         2       0            10            1           0
Dusty Odenbach       6-30       vs. Sal      ---           3.0       1         0          0         1         2       0            11            0           0
Bryan Paukovits      7-1        vs. Sal      Save          2.0       1         0          0         0         2       0            8             0           0
Tyler Sample         7-1        vs. Sal      Hold          2.0       2         0          0         1         1       0            9             0           0

Blue Rocks’ Shutouts (5)                                                                  Opponents’ Shutouts (7)
Date        Opponent/Score      Pitcher(s)                                                Date      Opponent/Score    Pitcher(s)
4-17 (G1)   vs. Pot/6-0         Arguelles (4.0), Mariot (3.0)                             5-28      at MB/4-0         Wieland (7.0), Kiker (1.0), Bell (1.0)
4-29        vs. W-S/4-0         Odorizzi (7.0), Lafferty (1.0+), Chapman (1.0)            5-31      at Kin/1-0        Soto (6.0), Flores (1.2), Guilmet (1.1)
5-19        at Sal/1-0          Marks (7.0), Lafferty (2.0)                               6-4       vs. Pot/3-0       Rosenbaum (9.0)
6-1         at Kin/2-0          Odorizzi (6.0), Sample (2.0), Chapman (1.0)               6-13      at Lyn/5-0        Sims (6.0), Wilson (1.0), Frevert (1.0), Cardenas (1.0)
7-1         vs. Sal/3-0         Marks (5.0), Sample (2.0), Paukovits (2.0)                6-25      vs. Lyn/6-0       Shafer (7.0), Cardenas (1.0), Buchter (1.0)
                                                                                          6-27      at Fre/2-0        Drake (9.0)
                                                                                          6-29      vs. Sal/2-0       Ruiz (7.0), Martin (2.0)
                                    Wilmington Blue Rocks 2011 Notes Continued
                                                           Inning-By-Inning Scoring
                           1    2         3      4        5   6    7   8    9 10 11                       12       13    14        15   16         Totals
    Wilmington            37   27        43     33       31 33 42 34 16 0           2                      0        0                               298
    Opponents             32   50        32     33       33 24 37 52 21 0           1                      0        1                               316
                         Home Run Breakdown (Players In BOLD On The Active Roster)
Hitter              Total Home Away Solo 2 3 GS Last HR Opposing Pitcher, Inn Games/AB Since
Batista              2         1           1         1         0   1       0     June 16        Joe Serafin, 3rd inn. at W-S                   6 / 16
Bonilla              2         1           1         0         2   0       0     April 29       Joe Serafin, 4th inn. vs. W-S                38 / 131
Caseres              0         0           0         0         0   0       0        ---                                                        8 / 28
Eigsti               2         1           1         2         0   0       0     June 10       Cameron Bayne, 4th inn. at W-S                  4 / 15
Ferguson             5         0           5         2         3   0       0     June 11      Santos Rodriguez, 7th inn. at W-S               15 / 48
Francis              7         4           3         5         1   1       0     June 28       Kenny Moreland, 8th inn. at Fre                  0/0
Frost                0         0           0         0         0   0       0        ---                                                        5 / 14
Graterol             1         0           1         1         0   0       0      June 2      Preston Guilmet, 9th inn. at Kin                  1/2
Hall                 0         0           0         0         0   0       0        ---                                                        9 / 27
Lewis                3         1           2         1         2   0       0     June 16        Joe Serafin, 2nd inn. vs. W-S                  6 / 24
McClure              1         1           0         0         1   0       0     April 15      Kyle Morrison, 7th inn. vs. Pot               60 / 214
Merrifield           3         2           1         1         1   1       0     June 23       Andy Russell, 7th inn. vs. Lyn                  9 / 28
Mertins              0         0           0         0         0   0       0        ---                                                         n/a
Navarro              8         4           4         3         4   1       0     June 19        Ryan Buch, 1st inn. vs. W-S                    5 / 22
Ortiz                0         0           0         0         0   0       0        ---                                                        8 / 26
Prades               1         0           1         0         1   0       0     June 10      Cameron Bayne, 3rd inn. at W-S                  15 / 58
Stovall              0         0           0         0         0   0       0        ---                                                         2/7
Testa                1         0           1         1         0   0       0     April 21     Hector Santiago, 4th inn. at W-S               51 / 185
Van Stratten         0         0           0         0         0   0       0        ---                                                        3 / 11
Whittleman           8         3           5         7         0   0       1     June 23      Eliecer Cardenas, 8th inn. vs. Lyn               8 / 24

                     44        18          26        24    15      4       1

Multi-Hit Games                                                                Multi-RBI Games
Hitter     Total           2         3          4          5           6       Hitter    Total               2          3           4        5          6
Batista         7          5         1          1          0           0       Batista             4           3        1           0         0         0
Bonilla         9          7         2          0          0           0       Bonilla             6           6        0           0         0         0
Caseres         0          0         0          0          0           0       Caseres             0           0        0           0         0         0
Eigsti          2          2         0          0          0           0       Eigsti              2           2        0           0         0         0
Ferguson        6          5         1          0          0           0       Ferguson            8           7        1           0         0         0
Francis        16         11         3          1          1           0       Francis             9           6        2           1         0         0
Frost           0          0         0          0          0           0       Frost               1           1        0           0         0         0
Graterol        3          2         1          0          0           0       Graterol            1           1        0           0         0         0
Hall            1          1         0          0          0           0       Hall                0           0        0           0         0         0
Lewis           7          5         2          0          0           0       Lewis               5           5        0           0         0         0
McClure        12          9         3          0          0           0       McClure             2           2        0           0         0         0
Merrifield     22         20         2          0          0           0       Merrifield          6           4        2           0         0         0
Mertins         0          0         0          0          0           0       Mertins             0           0        0           0         0         0
Navarro        22         18         2          2          0           0       Navarro             8           5        3           0         0         0
Ortiz           0          0         0          0          0           0       Ortiz               0           0        0           0         0         0
Prades         11         10         1          0          0           0       Prades              3           3        0           0         0         0
Stovall         0          0         0          0          0           0       Stovall             0           0        0           0         0         0
Testa          15         12         3          0          0           0       Testa               6           6        0           0         0         0
Van Stratten    1          1         0          0          0           0       Van Stratten        0           0        0           0         0         0
Whittleman     15         11         4          0          0           0       Whittleman          6           5        0           0         1         0
                                                     Month-by-Month Team Hitting
Month           G          Rec           Avg        AB   H     R     2B    3B                           HR         RBI           BB     K   SB / ATT
April           21         14-7          .244       671  164   99    39    7                            19         92            65     185 29 / 37
May             29         14-15         .229       933  214   104   56    8                            6          92            91     228 19 / 28
June            27         11-16         .249       856  213   91    41    9                            19         82            82     182 21 / 34
July            1          1-1           .175       57   10    4     2     1                            0          4             7      7    2/2
August
September
                                            Wilmington Blue Rocks 2011 Notes Continued
                                                              Games Started By Position
1B                  2B                 3B                  SS       C          LF                                      CF                RF                 DH
Lewis (35)          Navarro (56)       Batista (38)        McClure (67)        Bonilla (49)       Merrifield (42)      Ferguson (35)     Francis (42)       Testa (21)
Whittleman (35)     Batista (10)       Whittleman (30)     Navarro (8)         Graterol (19)      Ferguson (22)        Prades (24)       Testa (25)         Lewis (15)
Caseres (5)         Merrifield (8)     Frost (5)           Hall (4)            Eigsti (11)        Testa (9)            Merrifield (19)   Prades (8)         Ferguson (10)
Graterol (3)        Hall (5)           Navarro (5)                                                Ortiz (5)            Francis (1)       Van Stratten (3)   Whittleman (10)
Stovall (1)                            Stovall (1)                                                                                       Ortiz (1)          Francis (9)
                                                                                                                                                            Batista (4)
                                                                                                                                                            Navarro (4)
                                                                                                                                                            Caseres (3)
                                                                                                                                                            Bonilla (1)
                                                                                                                                                            Gratrol (1)
                                                                                                                                                            Merrifield (1)

                                                        Batting Order Breakdown (Starts Only)
1                   2                  3                  4          5         6           7                                             8                  9
Merrifield (71)     Testa (44)         Navarro (72)        Francis (47)        Whittleman (45)    Ferguson (38)        Bonilla (35)      Lewis (34)         Batista (46)
Prades (6)          McClure (21)       Francis (3)         Whittleman (30)     Ferguson (18)      McClure (19)         McClure (14)      Graterol (9)       Lewis (9)
Batista (1)         Prades (6)         Van Stratten (3)    Ferguson (1)        Prades (7)         Prades (13)          Graterol (12)     McClure (9)        Frost (5)
Ortiz (1)           Ferguson (4)       Ferguson (1)        Graterol (1)        Caseres (5)        Bonilla (4)          Ferguson (6)      Bonilla (8)        Hall (5)
                    Ortiz (3)                                                  Stovall (2)        Caseres (3)          Lewis (5)         Eigsti (7)         McClure (4)
                    Batista (2)                                                Bonilla (1)        Lewis (2)            Testa (4)         Testa (6)          Eigsti (3)
                                                                               Francis (1)        Graterol (1)         Batista (2)       Hall (4)           Testa (3)
                                                                                                                       Eigsti (1)        Batista (2)        Bonilla (2)
                                                                                                                                                            Ortiz (2)

                                                      Blue Rocks Pinch-Hit Appearances
                  Player                         Avg. AB R        H    2B 3B HR RBI SAC SF                                                        BB        SO
                  Batista                          .000       1         0         0        0         0         0         0        0       0         1       0
                  Lewis                            .000       1         0         0        0         0         0         0        0       0         0       0
                  Ortiz                           1.000       1         0         1        0         0         0         0        0       0         0       0


                                                        Blue Rocks Designated Hitters
                  Player                         Avg. AB R      H    2B 3B HR RBI SAC SF                                                          BB        SO
                  Batista                        .000        17         0         0        0         0         0         0        0       0         0        8
                  Bonilla                        .250         4         0         1        0         0         0         2        0       0         0        2
                  Caseres                        .100        10         0         1        0         0         0         0        0       0         1        5
                  Ferguson                       .212        33         4         7        1         0         0         4        0       0         7        5
                  Francis                        .424        33         7        14        6         1         0         4        0       0         3        2
                  Graterol                       .250         4         0         1        0         0         0         1        0       0         0        1
                  Lewis                          .159        44         6         7        2         0         0         3        0       1         8       15
                  Merrifield                     .250         4         1         1        0         0         0         0        0       0         0        1
                  Navarro                        .133        15         1         2        0         0         1         4        0       0         0        2
                  Testa                          .230        74         8        17        6         0         0         5        2       0         5       24
                  Whittleman                     .194        36         3         7        2         0         1         5        0       0         3       10

                  Totals                         .212        274       30        58        17        1         2         28       2       1        27       75

                                                     Longest Hitting Streaks of the 2011 Season
       Batista                 3 (4-21/4-23); 3 (5-15/5-18); 3 (5-19/5-21)
       Bonilla                 7 (4-23/5-4); 5 (5-8/5-18); 3 (6-14/6-16)
       Caseres
       Eigsti                  2 (6-29/...)
       Ferguson                5 (4-21/4-25); 3 (5-16/5-18); 3 (5-25/5-28); 4 (5-31/6-3); 3 (6-11/6-13); 5 (6-19/6-28)
       Francis                 13 (4-15/4-29); 3 (5-4/5-6); 5 (5-8/5-14); 6 (6-18/6-26)
       Frost                   2 (4-23/...)
       Graterol                2 (5-10/5-11); 2 (5-15/5-16); 2 (5-22/5-23)
       Hall                    3 (6-17/6-25)
       Lewis                   6 (4-8/4-17); 3 (4-18/4-21); 4 (5-31/6-5); 4 (6-10/6-13)
       McClure                 3 (4-12/4-15); 3 (4-23/4-25); 3 (5-3/5-5); 3 (6-18/6-24)
       Merrifield              9 (4-12/4-23); 5 (4-27/5-2); 10 (5-7/5-18); 4 (5-20/5-23); 8 (6-11/6-23)
       Mertins
       Navarro                 7 (4-8/4-15); 5 (4-24/4-30); 4 (5-21/5-24); 7 (5-30/6-5); 6 (6-15/6-23); 3 (6-26/...)
       Ortiz
       Prades                  4 (5-25/5-29); 6 (6-5/6-12); 5 (6-15/6-24); 2 (6-30/...)
       Testa                   3 (5-7/5-10); 6 (5-12/5-18); 6 (5-20/5-25); 3 (6-3/6-7); 3 (6-18/6-23)
       Van Stratten            3 (6-30/...)
       Whittleman              3 (4-15/4-17); 3 (5-8/5-11); 3 (5-13/5-15); 6 (6-15/6-23); 5 (6-28/...)
                                                            BLUE ROCKS HITTERS NOTES
# 9 Jose Bonilla, C                      5-8, 186 Lives: Santiago, Dominican Republic               # 24 Ryan Eigsti, C                  6-2, 195 Lives: Peoria, IL
LG: July 2 at Pot (1-3, BB, K)                       vs. Pot: 6-23, 2-2B, 3RBI, R, 4BB, 5K          LG: June 30 vs. Sal (1-4)                       vs. Pot: 2-3, HR, 2RBI, R, K
Road Trip: 1-3, BB, K                                                                               Road Trip:
Notes: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on September 5, 2006                                      Notes: Graduated from Eureka High School (IL) in 2004...named first team all-state as
2007 Notes:                                                                                         he led Eureka to the Class A state tournament his senior year...attended Bradley Univ...
- Made his professional debut on July 7 for the Surprise Royals (AZL)                               batted .291 as a junior for the Braves....earned Hon. Mention All-MVC honors that
- Appeared in three games getting 5AB                                                               season and was named Academic All-District by ESPN The Magazine...his brother Jake
2008 Notes:                                                                                         plays in the Mets organization...Was drafted in the 15th round of the 2007 draft.
                                                                                                    2007 Notes:
- Earned Surprise Royals Player of the Year honors in 2008                                          - Played in 30 games after being drafted for Idaho Falls; Hit .206 (2-2B, 2HR, 12 RBI)
- Placed in a tie for sixth in the league with 5HRatted .357 on the year, but was even better       2008 Notes:
in clutch situations, hitting .415 (22-for-53) with runners on base, .579 (11-for-19) with run-     - Hit .218 in 105 games for Burlington (MWL)
ners on base and two outs, .429 (15-for-35) with runners in scoring position and .615 (8-for-       - Had career-high 9 home runs and 35 RBIs
13) with runners in scoring position and two outs                                                   2009 Notes:
2009 Notes:                                                                                          - May 12-24: Had a 9G hitting streak where he hit .314 (11-for-35) with 9RBI
- Played in 100G for the Burlington Bees (MWL) hitting .217 with 5HR and 36RBI                      - From that point forward was mired in 36-for-205 (.176) slump
- Equaled career high in dingers, but had 3x as many AB as he did in first 2 seasons combined       - July: Posted the worst batting average among CL regulars (.123)
                                                                                                    - Led the CL in gunning down would-be base stealers (58-of-135, .430)
- Struggled against LHP; hitting just .174, but 70 of his 92 K came against RHP                     2010 Notes:
- Did not hit the ball well in Burlington, batting just .174 at home                                - Began year in Northwest Arkansas; Batted .161 (5-for-31) 2RBI, 0XBH
2010 Notes:                                                                                         - Broke arm in mid-April, missed four months before returning w/AZL Surprise Royals
- Played in 88G for the Burlington Bees (MWL) batting .239 with 4HR, 38RBI, 35R                     - Spent season’s final four weeks with NWA
- Ended the season strong with big August; .305, 6XBH, 3HR, 17RBI                                   2011 Notes:
- Appeared in 1G for the then-Omaha Royals (PCL) getting hit and scoring run                        - Began year on Double-A NWA DL; Apr. 16: Activated & placed on WBR active roster
2011 Notes:                                                                                         - Apr. 17 vs. POT G1: HR in first AB of season; Had just 3HR in 324AB w/WBR in ‘09
- Wilmington is 29-20 (.592) when he starts behind the plate                                        - Has thrown out 5 of 14 (36%) would-be base stealers
- Has thrown out only 18 of 64 (28%) would-be base stealers                                         - May 2: Was sent back to Double-A NWA and placed on DL
                                                                                                    - June 8: Placed on WBR active roster after Juan Graterol sent to Low-A Kane County
- April: Batted just .191 (9-for-47); May: .321 (17-for-53); June: .164 (11-for-67)                 - June 16: Sent to Triple-A Omaha; Appeared in 1G with O-Royals going 0-for-2, 2K
- Since June 16: 11G, hitting just .083 (3-for-36) with 7K; AVG down 35 pts (.255-.220).            - June 29: Returned to the WBR active roster; Is 2-for-8, 2B since return.

# 11 Deivy Batista, IF                 5-8, 176 Lives: Santiago, Dominican Republic                 # 6 Gerard Hall, IF                 5-9, 161 Lives: Washington, DC
LG: July 1 vs. Sal (0-3, K)                           vs. Pot: 5-17, 2-2B, 3RBI, 4R, 5BB, 4K, 1SB   LG: July 2 at Pot (2-4, 3B, R)                   vs. Pot: 2-4, 3B, R
Road Trip:                                                                                          Road Trip: 2-4, 3B, R
Notes: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on March 20, 2007                                         Notes: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on July 21, 2009...attended Old Dominion
2007 Notes:                                                                                         Univ., where he batted .323 and was a 2nd-team All-Colonial Athletic Association selec-
- Spent the season with the Dominican Royals                                                        tion as a junior in '09...Had 10 multi-RBI games and 18 multi-hit games that year....
- Batted .243 with 1HR, 13XBH, 26RBI, 31R in 62G with the D-Royals                                  finished season with a 19-game hitting streak... graduated from Gonzaga College H.S.
2008 Notes:                                                                                         in Washington, D.C. in '06... earned All-Metro honors and was a three-time All-
- Spent the season with the Surprise Royals; Batted .317 with 3HR, 17XBH, 21RBI, 37R in 49G         Conference selection in high school.
                                                                                                    2009 Notes:
- Ranked top 10 in Arizona League in runs (8th), doubles (T-8th), and batting average (9th)         - Made his professional debut with the Burlington Royals (APP)
2009 Notes:                                                                                         - In 2G went 1-for-5 with double, RBI, BB, K for the B-Royals
- Spent the season with the Idaho Falls Chukars (PIO)                                               2010 Notes:
- Batted .262 with career-best 13HR, 27XBH, 56RBI in 61G for Idaho Falls                            - Spent the entire season with the Burlington Bees (MWL)
- Was named the Chukars Player of the Year...led team in HR, RBIs and XBH                           - Batted .224, 3HR, 41RBI, 25-2B, 3-3B, 67R, 55BB, 109K in 120G with Bees
2010 Notes:                                                                                         - Switch hitter batted .203 with 8XBH vs. LHP; Hit .233 with 23XBH vs. RHP
- Spent season w/Burlington Bees; Batted .236, 6HR, 32RBI, 24XBH and 55R in 108G                    - Best offensive month was April (.270 AVG); Worst month was August (.194)
- Struck out just under three times as often as he walked (100K to 34BB)                            - Flexible defensively; Played 68G at SS, 50G at 2B, 1G at 3B
- Had career-high 18SB and was caught only five times.                                              2011 Notes:
2011 Notes:                                                                                         - Began the season in Low-A with the Kane County Cougars
- May 4 vs. LYN: After starting season 2-for-25 at Frawley went 2-for-4, 2B, R in win               - Batted .269 with 15-2B, 4-3B, 0HR, 16RBI, 23BB, 46K in 53G with the Cougars
                                                                                                    - Switch hitter batted .233 with 4XBH vs. LHP; Hit .281 with 15XBH against RHP
- May 15 at POT: Went 4-for-4 with 2B, 2RBI, R; Effort raised his batting average 40 pts            - Big home/road splits; Batted .360 w/11XBH at home and hit .176 w/8XBH on road
- May 19 at SAL: Had Rocks' only hit, but it was a solo HR in 1-0 Wilmington win                    - Made all but one of his defensive starts at SS; Played in only one game at 2B
- Since May 29: 5-47 (.106), 10K; AVG has dropped 38 pts (.240-202).                                - June 16: Added to the WBR active roster
- Batting .276 vs. LHP and just .164 vs RHP; Hitting .239 on road and only .163 at home.            - Has made five starts at 2B and has made four starts at SS with Rocks.
# 22 Joey Lewis, IF                   6-2, 217 Lives: Eatonton, GA                                  # 28 Kurt Mertins, IF                  5-10, 188 Lives: Placentia, CA
LG: July 2 at Pot (1-3, BB, GIDP)                 vs. Pot: 8-27, 2B, 3RBI, 2R, 3BB, 2K              LG:                                                 vs. Pot:
Road Trip: 1-3, BB, GIDP                                                                            Road Trip:
Notes: Selected in the 41st round of the 2009 June draft...graduated from Starr’s Mill              Notes: Selected by Kansas City in 13th round of 2006 June Draft...graduated from El
High, Fayetteville, GA, 2006...batted .506 with 14 home runs and 45 RBI as a senior to              Dorado High School in Placentia, CA...attended College of the Desert in Palm Desert, CA...
earn Louisville Slugger High School All-American status...his team went 28-2 and was                named First-Team All-Foothill Conference in 2006...set single-season program records with
ranked 14th in the country by Baseball America...attended the University of Georgia...              nine triples and 37 steals...holds school career marks with 13 triples and 55 stolen bases.
helped the Bulldogs reach the finals of the College World Series during his sophomore               2007 Notes:
year in 2008...batted .450 with 7RBIs during the six games of the series... batted .282             - Hit .249 with 4 HR, 39 RBIs and 30 SB in 125 G with Low-A Burlington
with 19HR and 58RBI as a junior...the 19 home runs placed him in a tie for sixth on the             - Finished 3rd in Royals organization and 8th in Midwest League in stolen bases (30).
school’s all-time single-season list.                                                               2008 Notes:
2009 Notes:                                                                                         - Spent season with Wilmington; Batted .282 with 3HR, 37XBH, 46RBI in 118G
- Spent the season with Idaho Falls (PIO)                                                           - Went 13-75 (.173) over final 22 games...Saw AVG drop 24 points (.306 to .282)
- Batted .275 with 1HR, 9RBI, 6-2B, 8R, and 25K in 20G and 69AB                                     - Ranked 3rd on team with 28 SB in 33 att
                                                                                                    - June 18-July 9: Season-best 17-game hitting streak (26-66, HR, 6RBI)
2010 Notes:                                                                                         - May 3-June 9: 19-game road on-base streak (6th-longest in CL on season)
- Began the season with the Burlington Bees (MWL)                                                   - Apr. 21: Named Carolina League Player of the Week (9-18, 2-2B, 3B, 2RBI in 5G)
- Batted .243 in 82G and 300AB as a Bee with 6HR, 45RBI, 21-2B, 44BB, 93K, 36R                      2009 Notes:
- Hit .255 with 17-2B, and all 6HR vs. RHP; Batted just .189 with 4-2B, 0HR vs. LHP                 - Spent season with Northwest Arkansas Naturals
- Struggled in July w/Bees; Batted just .188 (9-for-48) with 0HR, 4RBI and 3XBH                     - Batted .275 with 2HR, 33XBH, 57RBI 11/21SB in 126G with Nats
- July 17: Added to the Wilmington Blue Rocks active roster                                         2010 Notes:
- Batted .118 (5-for-17) 0HR vs. LHP; Hit .239 (11-for-46) 2HR vs. RHP                              - Split season between Double-A and Triple-A
- Caught for the first time during his pro career during the final game of the season               - Began season in AA; Batted .311, 4XBH, 9RBI, .384OBP in 22G with Nats
- Batted .206 2HR, 4RBI in 18G with Wilmington                                                      - May 12: Promoted to Triple-A Omaha; Batted .233, 4HR, 19XBH, 27RBI, 50K in 70G
2011 Notes:                                                                                         2011 Notes:
- Apr. 17 vs. POT G2: Season-opening 6G hit streak ended; Batted .292 (7-for-24) during it          - Began the season at Double-A NWA; Batted .254, 3HR, 12XBH, 29RBI in 57G
- Apr. 24 at WS: Had career-high 3 doubles as he went 3-for-5 in Rocks’ 11-10 win                   - Reached safely in 13 of his last 14 games in NWA with hits in 11 of those contests;
                                                                                                    Batted .318 over that stretch
- June 30 vs. SAL: Busted out of 3-for-23 slump with two hits, a double and an RBI.                 - July 2: Added to the WBR active roster.

# 7 Ryan Stovall, IF/OF               5-11, 195 Lives: Keystone Heights, FL                         # 30 John Whittleman, IF              6-2, 195 Lives: Houston, TX
LG: July 2 at Pot (0-4, GIDP)                     vs. Pot: 0-4, GIDP                                LG: July 2 at Pot (1-2, 2BB)                       vs. Pot: 11-34, 7XBH, 6RBI, 6R, 5BB, 6K
Road Trip: 0-4, GIDP                                                                                Road Trip: 1-2, 2BB
Notes: Selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 19th round (572nd overall) in the June             Notes: Acquired in trade for PTBNL from Texas Rangers March 25, 2011...Univ. of Texas
2009 draft...attended Thomas Univerity (NAIA) in Georgia...became the first Night Hawk              signee was originally selected by the Rangers in the second round of the 2005 draft ...was a
to ever be drafted...Named an NAIA All-American as a senior...led his team with a .487              2-year starter at quarterback for Kingwood and holds single-season & career records for
average as a senior with 20HR, 52RBIs, 13-2B, and 14SB...committed 19 errors though in              completions and passing yardage...named to the USA Today all-USA H.S. 2nd team as a senior
only 43G...hit two grand slams in the same game on March 10, which tied an NAIA record...           in 2005...was tabbed by Baseball America as one of the top 200 prospects entering the draft.
also equaled a school-record that afternoon with his 8RBI...transferred from Lee Univerity.         2005 Notes
2009 Notes:                                                                                         - Began his professional career with Arizona Rangers (AZL); .279, 0HR, 35RBI, 51G
- Began the season with the Arizona Rookie League Royals in June                                    2006 Notes
- In 22G with AZL Royals he hit .235 with 3HR, and 15RBI                                            - Mid-season MWL All-Star w/Clinton LumberKings: .227, 9HR, 43RBI, 33XBH, 60BB, 56R
- June 21: Made his professional debut going 2-3 with 2RBIs                                         - Played on U.S. team in Futures Game, hit a HR
- Batted .316 vs left-handers and only .212 vs. righties                                            2007 Notes
- July 21: Promoted to Rookie Advanced Idaho Falls Chukars                                          - Split the season between Clinton and the Bakersfield Blaze (CAL)
- In 37G with the Chukars he hit .323 with 0HR but 13 RBIs with 12 multi-hit games                  - Batted .271 with 14HR, 57RBI, 25-2B, 56R in 95G with the LumberKings
- Sep. 11: Added to the Wilmington Blue Rocks’ postseason roster                                    2008 Notes:
- Appeared in 2 playoff games; Went 0-for-7 with RBI and 2K for Rocks                               - Split the season between Bakersfield and the Frisco RoughRiders (TEX)
2010 Notes:                                                                                         - BAK - .257, 7HR, 59RBI, 81BB, 36-2B, 72R in 118G / FRIS - .258, 1HR, 5RBI in 9G
- Began the season with the Burlington Bees (MWL)                                                   2009 Notes:
                                                                                                    - Batted .224 with 10HR, 57RBI, 28-2B, 80BB with Frisco
- Batted .179 with 8RBI, 7XBH and 21K in 67AB and 17G as a Bee                                      2010 Notes:
- Started the season’s second half & finished campaign w/the Burlington Royals (APP)                - Split season between Bakersfield and Frisco
- Batted .303 with 4HR, 24RBI, 24XBH. 20BB, 41K, 12SB in 61G with B-Royals                          - Hit .248 w/7HR, 23RBI, 6-2B, 33G w/Blaze; Hit .201 w/5HR, 30RBI, 14-2B, 74G w/ Frisco
- July 10-12: Added to Wilmington roster to replace Eric Hosmer (at Futures Game)                   2011 Notes:
- In 3G with Rocks went 3-for-10 with 3B, 2K                                                        - Apr. 24 at WS: Had 5RBIs and went 3-for-4, with 2B, R, BB in 11-10 win
2011 Notes:                                                                                         - May 16: Named CL Player Of Week; Batted .450 (9-for-20) w/8XBH, 5RBI on week
- Began season w/Kane County Cougars (MWL); 57G, hit .307, 8HR, 31RBI, 28XBH                        - 29 of his 61 hits on the season have gone for extra bases
- Made 32 starts at 3B (only 2 since May 22), 10 starts at 1B, 2 starts in LF, 11 starts as DH      - After a 7-for-72 (.097) slump, has gone 15-for-43 (.349) with 8XBH in last 14G
- June 30: Added to the WBR active roster.                                                          - Named replacement starting 3B on CL All-Star team; Went 0-for-2 in game.
                                           BLUE ROCKS HITTERS & BULLPEN NOTES
# 16 Tim Ferguson, OF                6-1, 190 Lives: Beaumont, TX                                 # 13 Whit Merrifield, OF              5-10, 172 Lives: Advance, NC
LG: July 2 at Pot (0-3, BB, K, SB)                vs. Pot: 6-31, 2B, 4RBI, 3R, 4BB, 5K, 2SB       LG: July 2 at Pot (0-3, SF, RBI)                  vs. Pot: 8-33, 3RBI, 4R, 5BB, 3K, 2SB
Road Trip: 0-3, BB, K, SB                                                                         Road Trip: 0-3, SF, RBI
Notes: Drafted in the 10th round of 2010 draft...graduated from West Brook High in                Notes: Selected in ninth round of the 2010 draft...graduated from Davie County High in
Beaumont, TX in 2007...attended the University of Mississippi...batted .294 with 9HR              Mocksville, NC, 2007...batted .464 as a junior and .400 as a senior, earning all-state selec-
and 36RBI while starting all 63 games for Ole Miss in 2010...led the team with                    tions both years...attended the University of South Carolina...batted .326 as a freshman to
                                                                                                  earn SEC All-Freshman honors...batted .340 as a sophomore, playing in all 63 games...
24SB...his father, Chip, played at Rice University...a step brother, Johnny Dishon,               batted .321 with 13HR and 42RBI as a junior, taking honors as the Earnest Brooks
played at LSU and is now in the Milwaukee organization.                                           Co-Male Athlete of the Year...drove in the winning run with an 11th inning single as the
2010 Notes:                                                                                       Gamecocks captured the 2010 College World Series title in the tournament’s final season
- Began his professional career with the Idaho Falls Chukars (PIO)                                at Rosenblatt Stadium...finished sixth in school history with 263 hits and fifth with 197
- Batted .296 with 1HR, 9XBH, 12RBI in 40G with Chukars                                           runs...his mother, Kissy, was a five-time South Carolina state champion in tennis...she
- June 22: Made his pro debut and went 1-for-5                                                    played collegiately at Wake Forest...his father, Bill, was a two-time ACC Player of the
- Aug. 3 at Ogden: Hit his first career home run                                                  Year while at Wake Forest...he later played six years in the minor leagues.
                                                                                                  2010 Notes:
- Aug. 6: Promoted to Burlington (MWL)                                                            - Began his professional career with the Burlington Bees (MWL)
- Batted .172 with 3RBI, 0XBH, 5R in 7G with Bees                                                 - Batted .253 with 5HR, 16XBH, 26RBI, 15BB in 47G for the Bees
- Aug. 7: Made his Low-A debut, going 1-for-3 with RBI, BB, K                                     - Jul. 26: Made his professional debut; Went 2-for-4, 2R, SB
- Split his time evenly between left and center field                                             - Had 5H, scored 5R added 2RBI and 1XBH in first games as a professional
2011 Notes:                                                                                       2011 Notes:
- Went 3-for-12, 2B, 2RBI, 2BB, 4K, CS in season-opening series at MB                             - June 7 vs. KIN: Broke 0-for-28 funk w/WIL's first leadoff HR since 7-14-08 in 8-2 win
- Apr. 21 at WS: Hit first HR of season as Rocks earned a 7-6 come-from-behind win                - T-6th in the CL w/41 runs scored
                                                                                                  - Batting .303 at home but hitting just .225 on the road
- May 8 at FRE: Had a tough day going hitless in six at-bats                                      - Has made 42 starts in LF, 19 starts in CF, 8 starts at 2B and 1 start as DH
- May 13 at POT: Snapped 1-for-25 (.040) slump with two hits, a double, two RBIs                  - Named starting outfielder on CL All-Star team; Went 1-for-4 in game
- Has reached safely in 27 of last 31G w/hits in 20 of the 27, AVG up 34 pts (.169-.203).         - Has just one hit in his last 8G; 1-for-28 (.036), 2RBI, BB, 2K, 2SF, SAC
# 12 Yem Prades, OF                    6-2, 190 Lives: Santo Domingo, DR                          # 44 Carlo Testa, OF                  6-3, 217 Lives: Tallmadge, OH
LG: July 1 vs. Sal (1-4, K)                        vs. Pot: 2-11                                  LG: July 2 at Pot (1-4, 2B, K)                   vs. Pot: 11-26, 4-2B, RBI, 4R, 2BB, 7K, 2SB
Road Trip: 2-11, RBI, 4K, HBP                                                                     Road Trip: 1-4, 2B, K
Notes: Was born in Havana, Cuba on March 8, 1988...defected to the Dominican Republic             Notes: Selected by Kansas City in the 18th round of the 2008 draft...graduated from
on Nov. 18, 2008...was attending the Academic Institute of the Dominican Republic                 Tallmadge (OH) HS, 2005...attended Belmont University in Nashville, TN...batted .387
                                                                                                  with 26SB as a junior...became the first player in Atlantic Sun Conference history to
where he was noticed by scouts...was signed by the Kansas City Royals on April 2,                 earn first team All-Conference honors as a pitcher and position player.
2011...Rene Francisco signed him...came to the U.S. for the first time on May 20, 2011...         2008 Notes:
says the most important thing in his life is his family...his mother, three sisters and three     - Split time between the Burlington Royals and the Idaho Falls Chukars
                                                                                                  - Batted .188 with 1RBI 2XBH in 7G for the B-Royals
brothers are still back in Cuba...he has not seen them since he left Cuba in 2008, but he         - Batted .304 with 5HR 35RBI, 14XBH, 9SB in 51G for the Chukars
has been able to speak with them several times...can play all three outfield positions.           2009 Notes:
2011 Notes:                                                                                       - Spent the entire season in Idaho Falls
- May 22: Was placed on the Wilmington Blue Rocks active roster                                   - Batted a career-best .305 with 6HR, 20RBI in 32 G
                                                                                                  2010 Notes:
- May 22 vs. MB: Made his professional baseball debut; Went 2-for-3 with K, CS                    - Spent the season with the Burlington Bees (MWL)
- May 24 vs. FRE: Had first hitless game of pro career but reached twice (walk & on               - Batted .275 with 12HR, 24-2B, 14-3B, 50RBI, 83R
error) in 3-1 Wilmington win                                                                      - Ranked 2nd in MWL with 14-3B
- May 25 vs. FRE: Scored game-winning run in Rocks' first walk-off win of the season              - Better vs. RHP than LHP; .258 (32-for-124) vs. LHP, .282 (95-for-337) against RHP
                                                                                                  - Played all three outfield positions, playing mostly in LF
- Hit safely in six of his first seven professional games: .346 (9-for-26), 4-2B                  - Batted .311 (28-for-90) in July with 3HR, 10RBI, 13BB and 10XBH.
- June 8 vs. KIN: Registered first stolen base of professional career                             2011 Notes:
- June 10 at W-S: First professional RBIs came on first HR, a two-run shot to LCF                 - Apr. 21 at W-S: Hit first HR of season in two-hit day during Rocks’ 7-6 victory
- June 24 vs. LYN: Had 3 hits and scored game-winning run in eighth inning of 4-2 win             - Batted just .226 with 3XBH in April; Batted .307 with 12XBH in May
                                                                                                  - As two-hole hitter: 43G, .255, 14-2B, 17RBI, 50K, OBP .328, SLG .379
- Has hits in 15 of his last 19 games (24-for-72, .333)                                           - Batting .308 at home and just .209 on the road
- After failing to steal a base in his first 15 games, has five steals over last 16G.             - Since season-high .320 AVG on May 24, hitting .188 (19-for-101), 7XBH, 3RBI, 36K.

# 19 Nick Van Stratten, OF             6-1, 185 Lives: Birmingham, MO
LG: July 2 at Pot (1-4)                            vs. Pot: 1-4
Road Trip: 1-4
Notes: Selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 10th round (No. 287 overall) of the
2006 June draft...graduated from Winnetonka High where he was First-Team All-
Conference...attended St. Louis Community College at Meramec...led the nation in
2006 with 113 hits and 14 triples...also hit .498, which ranked fourth in the NJCAA...
was a two-time First-Team All-Region selection and 2006 region MVP...was offered a
scholarship to play at Central Missouri State, but chose to sign with Royals...Made pro
debut and spent the majority of the season (June 22-Aug. 24) with the Rookie Arizona
League Royals before joining the Rookie-Adv. Idaho Falls Chukars (PIO) (Aug.
31-Sept. 5)...was named the AZL Royals Player of the Year by the organization...tied for
league lead in runs scored, ranked second in hits and tied for second in triples.
2007 Notes:
- Spent the entire season with the Idaho Falls Chukars of the Pioneer League
- Hit .316 (31-for-98) in 24G, with 4-2B, 4-3B, 2HR, 14 RBIs, 7SB and 21R
2008 Notes:
-Was sent from extended spring training to Burlington on June 5 and spent the rest of
his first year of full-season pro ball with the Burlington Bees of the MWL
- Hit .345 in 40 games, with 13-2B, 2-3B, HR, 18 RBIs, and 5SB
2009 Notes:
- Opened year w/Bees batting .318 with 20-2B, HR, 38 RBIs and was 15/21 SBs in 69G
- Hit .341 (63-185) vs. left-handers; Batted .257 (18-70) against righties
- Named to the MWL All-Star Game and named Bees POY by the Royals
- July 18: Promoted to the Advanced-A Wilmington Blue Rocks roster
- Batted .288 with 3HR, 14RBI, 7-2B in 42G with Rocks
- July 28-Aug. 12: Had 12-game hitting streak; batted .381 (16-for-42) over that stretch
2010 Notes:
- Spent the season with the Northwest Arkansas Naturals (TEX)
- Batted .262 with 2HR, 34RBI, 18-2B in 86G for the Nats
2011 Notes:
- Opened year w/AA Northwest Arkansas; Batted .236, 5HR, 27RBI, 17XBH in 68G
- Split time evenly between all three outfield positions.
- June 29: Added to the WBR active roster; Went 2-for-4 with 3B, R, SB in return to Riverfront.
                                                         BLUE ROCKS BULLPEN NOTES
# 29 Ryan Dennick, LHP              6-0, 198 Lives: North Olmsted, OH                            # 27 Edgar Garcia, RHP               6-2, 190 Lives: Las Matas de Farfan, DR
Games: 18               Record: 1-2            SV: 3/4                IR/S: 8/2                  Games: 3                 Record: 0-0            SV: 0/0                 IR/S: 3/2
Last App: June 29 vs. Sal: (1.0IP, 0H, 0R, 0BB, 2K)                                              Last App: July 2 at Pot: (0.1, 1H, 0R, 0BB, 0K, 2IR/2S)
Notes: Selected in the 22nd round of the 2009 June Draft...graduated from North                  Notes: Signed by the Royals on May 25, 2011...released by the Phillies on April 6,
Olmsted (OH) High School in 2005...Began college career at Division III Marietta (OH)            2011...originally signed by Philadelphia in 2004 for $500,000...Phillies started follow-
where he won the 2006 national championship...got the win to propel Marietta to title            ing him as a 14-year-old in the Dominican Republic before inking him to a contract at
game (7.0IP, 2ER)...received an A.A. from Lakeland (OH) Community College in 2007                16-years-old...spent much of his time in Philadelphia system as a top-30 prospect
and a B.A. in interdisciplinary studies from Tennessee Tech in 2009...went 4-2 with a            according to Baseball America.
3.75 ERA for the Golden Eagles in 2009, including 3-0 with a 1.99 ERA in five starts.            2005 Notes:
2009 Notes:                                                                                      - Spent much of his first season in extended spring training; Ended it w/GCL Phils
- Began the season with the Rookie Burlington Royals (APP)                                       - Went 4-4, 3.56 ERA in 10G with GCL Phillies; 55.2IP, 63H, 26R, 42K, 13BB
- Went 1-2 w/2.43 ERA in 14G (1GS) with B-Royals; In 33.1IP, 27H, 12R, 34K, 27BB                 2006 Notes:
- June 26: Made his professional debut; 3IP, 5H, 2R, 1HR, 4K, 0BB                                - Spent season with the Batavia Muckdogs (NYP); 3-5, 2.98ERA, 66.1IP, 46K, 10BB
- Finished the season with Idaho Falls Chukars (PIO)                                             2007 Notes:
- Went 1-1 with a 3.68 ERA in 3G; In 7.1IP, 6H, 3R, 7BB, 6K and .273BAA                          - Split season between Williamsport Crosscutters (NYP) & Lakewood BlueClaws (SAL)
2010 Notes:                                                                                      - With BlueClaws: 20GS, 4-9, 4.12 ERA; Crosscutters: 2GS, 1-0, 2.16 ERA
- Began the season with the Low-A Burlington Bees (MWL)                                          2008 Notes:
- Went 3-4 with 6S and a 4.33 ERA; In 43.2IP, 44H, 22R, 41K, 15BB, .260BAA, 2HR                  - Split the season between the Clearwater Thrashers (FSL) and the Reading Phillies (EL)
- Opened his season in May and really struggled; 0-1, 7.53ERA in 14.1IP and .317BAA              - Clearwater: 14G/13S, 8-2, 3.97 ERA; R-Phils: 11GS, 1-7, 8.22 ERA.
- Bounced back with a strong June; 2-2 with a 2.50ERA, 18IP, 14K, 4BB and .243BAA
- Had his strongest month of the season 0R in 8.1IP, 3H, 11K, 4BB and a .120BAA                  - Was named a mid-season FSL All-Star
- Huge Day/Night splits; Day 6G, 11.88ERA (8.1IP); Night 21G 2.55ERA (35.1IP)                    2009 Notes:
- Aug. 9: Added to the Wilmington Blue Rocks                                                     - Had visa issues entering the season which delayed the start of his campaign
- Aug. 10 vs. WS: Made his Blue Rocks debut: 1IP, 2H, 0R, 0BB, 0K                                - Spent most of the season with Clearwater; 8GS, 1-4, 4.32 ERA
- Aug. 23 at Pot: Earned first Advanced-A win; 3IP, 2H, 0R, 3K                                   2010 Notes:
- Went 2-0 with 4.97 ERA for Rocks; 12.2IP, 17H, 8R, 7ER, 8K, 7BB                                - Spent the season with Clearwater; Went 3-4 with a 4.32 ERA; 93IP, 83K, 33BB
2011 Notes:                                                                                      - Split the season between 'pen & rotation; Made 10 starts and 24 relief appearances
- Has surrendered only 2HR and has 27K with only 5BB in 25IP                                     2011 Notes:
- June 17 vs. WS: Two 2011 firsts - blew save & allowed IR to score.                             - June 17: Added to the Wilmington Blue Rocks active roster.
# 15 Glenn Gibson, LHP                6-4, 195 Lives: Center Moriches, NY                        # 17 Brendan Lafferty, LHP            6-3, 212 Lives: Riverside, CA
Games: 9                  Record: 0-0            SV: 0/0                IR/S: 4/2                Games: 14                Record: 2-2              SV: 1/1                   IR/S: 4/1
Last App: July 2 at Pot: (0.2 IP, 6H, 7R, 1BB, 0K, 2HR)                                          Last App: June 29 vs. Sal: (1.1IP, 2H, 0R, 0BB, 1K)
Notes: Selected by the Washington Nationals out of Center Moriches High School                   Notes: Selected in the 18th round (542nd overall) of the June 2009 Draft...earned a B.A.
(Center Moriches, NY) in the fourth round (121st overall) of the 2006 draft... traded to         in history from UCLA in 2009...selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 47th round
the Rays from the Nationals in exchange for OF Elijah Dukes on December 3, 2007...               of the 2004 draft, but did not sign...selected as the starting pitcher for the North Squad
father, Paul Gibson, pitched eight seasons for the Tigers, Mets and Yankees.                     in the 2008 Northwoods League All-Star Game...named the Bruins’ MVP as a junior in
2006 Notes:
- Made professional debut w/Vermont Lake Monsters (NYP); 3G, 6IP, 2H, 0R, 7K, 0BB                2008...as a senior he allowed only 1HR in 30IP....made a total of 94 appearances at
2007 Notes:                                                                                      UCLA, good for third-most in program history...made only three starts in college...never
- Spent the season with Vermont again                                                            worked longer than five innings in an outing at UCLA.
- Went 4-3 with 3.10 ERA in 12G.; 59IP, 23R, 47H, 58K, 15BB, 3HR                                 2009 Notes:
- Named mid-season NYP All-Star...pitched exclusively as a starter                               - Made his professional debut and spent the season with the Idaho Falls Chukars (PIO)
2008 Notes:
- Spent most of the season with the Columbus Catfish (SAL)                                       - Appeared in 16 G (2 starts) going 4-1 with a 2.85 ERA and 4Sv in 53.2IP
- Went 4-8 with 7.44 ERA in 22G; 78.2IP, 104H, 75R, 65ER, 49K, 41BB, 12HR                        - June 25: Made his pro debut, fanning the only two batters he faced to earn a save
- Split time between ‘pen and the rotation, making 12 starts and 10 relief appearances           - July 30-Aug. 20: Registered 2SV and 3W in five appearances, allowing 4R in 22.2IP
- Finished the season with Hudson Valley, going 0-0 with a 6.65 ERA in 10G                       - Aug. 20: Went a career-high 6IP to get win; 5H, 2R, 1ER, 3K, 2BB
2009 Notes:                                                                                      2010 Notes:
- Spent the season with the Hudson Valley Renegades (NYP)                                        - Began the season with the Burlington Bees
- Went 3-4 with a 4.29 ERA in 14G; 32.2IP, 29R, 25ER, 40H, 19K, 20BB
- Pitched as a reliever in 11 of his 14 appearances                                              - Appeared in 6G, going 1-2, 3.12 ERA and 1SV
2010 Notes:                                                                                      - In 17.1 IP, allowed 14H, 7R, 6ER, with 11K, 5BB, 3HR, and a .265 BAA
- Split season between the Hagerstown Suns (SAL) and Vermont                                     - May 6: Promoted and added to the Wilmington Blue Rocks active roster
- Went 2-1 with an 8.06 ERA in 16G with Suns; 25.2IP, 26R, 23ER, 37H, 28K, 11BB                  - May 6 vs. SAL: Made his Blue Rocks and Advanced-A debut; 3.1IP, 0H, 0R, 1BB, 3K
- Went 1-1 with 4.15 ERA for Vermont                                                             - Went 4-1 w/3.15 ERA in 28G w/Wilmington; 65.2IP, 55H, 28R, 23ER, 57K, 18BB.
2011 Notes:                                                                                      2011 Notes:
- Opened the season on the disabled list (left hip bruise)
- May 10: Placed on the Blue Rocks active roster to replace promoted Kelvin Herrera              - May 19 at SAL: Earned first save since Aug. 8, 2010; 2IP, 1H, 0R, 0BB, 3K
- May 12 vs. SAL: Season debut; Fanned first and last batter he faced in 1-2-3 inning.           - Posted 3.48 ERA in April; Had 1.04 ERA in May; Has 6.08 ERA in June.
# 18 Michael Mariot, RHP               5-11, 184 Lives: Southlake, TX                            # 32 Dusty Odenbach, RHP              6-2, 224 Lives: Webster, NY
Games: 17                 Record: 5-1                SV: 4/4                   IR/S: 8/1         Games: 6                   Record: 2-0              SV: 0/0                    IR/S: 0/0
Last App: July 2 at Pot: (2.1IP, 2H, 2R, 1BB, 2K, 1IR/0S)                                        Last App: June 30 vs. Sal: (3.0IP, 1H, 0R, 1BB, 2K)
Notes: Graduated from Carroll High in Southlake, TX in 2007 after transferring from El           Notes: Selected in the ninth round of the 2009 June draft...graduated from McQuaid
Camino Real High in Woodland Hills, CA...attended the University of Nebraska...named             Jesuit High in Rochester, NY, 2006...was a two-time Rochester City Catholic Player of
First Team Academic All-Big 12 in 2010...was a staple of NU's weekend rotation, going            the Year...was not drafted out of high school...attended the University of Connecticut...
6-6 with a 4.70 ERA over a team-high 95.2IP in 2010...tied or set season bests in strikeouts     helped the Huskies reach the Big East championship in 2007 and 2009...his cousin,
four times in 2010 and had 45K over his last 35.1IP...ranked 10th in the Big 12 in IP, as he     Gardner O’Flynn, played minor league baseball in the Rangers organization.
pitched into the seventh in each of his last 11 starts while averaging 6.2 innings per appear-   2009 Notes:
ance which was second in Big 12...turned in a team-high seven quality starts this season,        - Made his professional debut with the Burlington Royals (APP)
including three against ranked foes...ranked third in the Big 12 in innings pitched in league    - Went 1-0, two saves and a 0.55 ERA in 6G with B-Royals; Had 12K, 5BB in 16.1IP
                                                                                                 - July 24: Made his Low-A debut with the Burlington Bees where he finished the season
games at 62.2 and fifth in strikeouts (55), while pitching into the eighth in six of his nine    - Went 3-1 with a 3.97 ERA in 11 appearances out of bullpen for the Bees
conference starts...as a sophomore in 2009, went 2-2 with a 7.06 ERA in 19 appearances...        - Left-handers hit just .184 against him while right-handers batted .333 off him
worked as both a starter and reliever, fanning 36 over 51.0IP...made eight starts on the year,   2010 Notes:
including the season opener, after working exclusively out of the ‘pen as a freshman.            - Spent the entire season with the Low-A Burlington Bees
2010 Notes:                                                                                      - Went 8-10, 5.21 ERA in 31G for the Bees; In 102IP, 92K, 56BB, 6HR, .289BAA
- Made his professional debut with the Idaho Falls Chukars                                       - Split the season between bullpen and rotation, making 15 starts and 16 relief app.
- Went 2-2 with 3.54 ERA in 15G and seven starts                                                 - As reliever 1-4, 6.26 ERA, 26K, 17BB in 27.1IP; As starter 7-6, 4.82 ERA, 66K, 39BB in 74.2IP
- As reliever 0-2, 5.09 ERA, 17.2IP, 25K, 3BB; As starter 2-0, 2.82 ERA, 38.1IP, 39K, 13BB       - Had a really rough August; Went 3-2 with 7.06 ERA, 21K, 18BB in 29.1IP
- In his first seven pro app. lasted at least 4IP; In his final eight, longest outing was 3IP    - Right-handers hit .315 off him, .411 OBP; Left-handers batted .263. OBP of 341
2011 Notes:                                                                                      - Was awful in day games going 0-4, 8.83 ERA; Was better at night - 8-6, 4.46 ERA
- Entered the season as a piggyback partner w/Noel Arguelles; Mariot always relieved             2011 Notes:
- Apr. 11 at KIN: Only hit allowed was Adam Abraham HR; Got win in relief of Arguelles           - Began the season with Low-A Kane County Cougars
- June 2 at KIN: Piggyback broken up w/Mariot starting, Arguelles bumped until next day          - Went 2-1 with a 2.30 ERA in 14G; In 27.1IP, 28K, 11BB, 20H, 0HR
                                                                                                 - Nine of his 14G w/Cougars lasted at least 2.0 inn.; Longest outing - 3.2IP on May 20
- Named a mid-season Carolina League All-Star                                                    - June 3: Added to the WBR active roster
- Began second half as a straight reliever; No longer in set piggyback with any starter          - June 5 vs. POT: Made his Advanced-A debut; 2IP, 1H, 0R, 0BB, 2K
- June 24 vs. LYN: Put runners at 2nd & 3rd no outs then retired three straight for 3rd save.    - June 15 at LYN: Earned first Advanced-A win; 3IP, 2H, 1R, 1BB, 2K.
# 47 Bryan Paukovits, RHP                6-5, 244 Lives: Lakeside, CA
Games: 15                  Record: 0-1                 SV: 2/2              IR/S: 9/5
Last App: July 1 vs. Sal: (2.0IP, 1H, 0R, 0BB, 2K - Save, 2)
Notes: Signed in 2007 as a draft-and-follow selection...graduated from El Capitan High
in Lakeside, CA, 2005...originally selected by the Royals out of high school in the 46th
round of the 2005 June draft, but did not sign...attended Southwestern College in Chula
Vista, CA in 2005-06...attended San Diego Mesa College in 2006-07...went 8-6 with a
2.27 ERA during his career for Mesa.
2007 Notes:
- Spent season w/Burlington Royals (APP) going 3-4, 4.91 ERA in 13G/11GS
- Never lasted longer than five innings, exiting after the fifth five times
- Aug. 26 vs. BRI: Season-high 7K & win in his final start year; 5IP, 2H, 1R, 0ER, 0BB
2008 Notes:
- Did not pitch due to Tommy John surgery
2009 Notes:
- Spent season w/Idaho Falls Chukars (PIO), going 4-3 w/4.34 ERA in 13G/12GS
- In 56IP allowed 67H, 28R, 27ER, 6HR with 57K, 18BB and .293 BAA
2010 Notes:
- Began the season with the Burlington Bees (MWL)
- Went 3-3 with one save and a 3.32 ERA in 13G/9GS
- Made three of his first appearances out of the bullpen before making six straight starts
- June 26: Was added to the WBR active roster
- Went 0-1 w/12.46 ERA (4.1IP) as a reliever; Went 3-4 with 5.43 ERA (63IP) as starter
- Went 3-5 with 5.88 ERA in 14G/12S for Wilmington; 67.1IP, 83H, 49K, 23BB.
2011 Notes:
- May 24 vs. FRE: Did not allow baserunner in 3.1IP for first save of year, second of career
- Entering 2011, 44 of his 53 career outings had come as a starter
- May 24 - June 13: Tossed 11.2 scoreless inn. over 5G w/9K:1BB; Lowered ERA from 4.41 to 2.57
- June 27 at FRE: Made first app. in 13 days and allowed HR on 2nd pitch; 1IP, 1R, 1H.
                                     Wilmington Blue Rocks 2011 Season Highs & Lows
Blue Rocks Offense                                                            Blue Rocks Miscellaneous Season Highs & Lows
Most Runs, Game:                  13, 1X last (5-13) at Pot
                                                                              Longest Winning Streak:                  7, 2X last (5-16/5-22)
Most Runs, Inning:                8, 1X last (6-23) vs. Lyn
Most Hits, Game:                  18, 1X last (6-11) at W-S                   Longest Winning Streak, Home:            4, 1X last (4-15/4-18)
Fewest Hits, Game:                1, 2X last (6-14, G2) at Lyn
Most Walks, Game (Team):          9, 1X last (6-14, G2) at Lyn                Longest Winning Streak, Road:            5, 1X last (4-11/4-23, G1)
Most Triples, Game (Team):        2, 3X last (6-11) at W-S
Most HRs, Game (Team):            4, 1X last (6-16) vs. W-S
Most SB, Game (Team):             4, 3X last (4-27) at Lyn                    Longest Losing Streak:                   5, 2X last (6-2/6-6)
10 + Hits, Game:                  20X last (6-24) vs. Lyn                     Longest Losing Streak, Home:             4, 1X last (6-3/6-6)
Most Doubles, Game (Indiv.): 3, 1X last Lewis (4-24) at W-S
Most Triples, Game (Indiv.):      1, 25X last Hall (7-2) at Pot               Longest Losing Streak, Road:             6, 1X last (4-26/5-8)
Most HRs, Game (Indiv.):          2, 1X last Navarro (6-18) vs. W-S
Consecutive Games W/ HR:          7, 1X last (4-20/4-26)
Consecutive Games W/O HR: 8, 1X last (4-30/5-7)                               Largest Margin of Victory:               9, 1X last (5-13) at Pot
Most RBIs, Game (Indiv.):         5, 1X last Whittleman (4-24) at W-S
                                                                              Largest Margin of Defeat:                12, 1X last (7-2) at Pot
Most Hits, Game (Indiv.):         5*, 1X last Francis (6-11) at W-S
Most SB, Game (Indiv.):           3, 1X last Frost (4-26) at Lyn
Longest Hitting Streak:           13, 1X last Francis (4-15/4-29)
                                                                              Largest Come-From-Behind Win:            4, 1X last (4-17, G2) vs. Pot
Most Runners LOB, Team:           13, 1X last (6-11) at W-S
Longest Scoreless Innings Streak: 19.2, 1X last (6-3/6-5)                     Largest Fall-From-Ahead Loss:            3, 1X last (5-14) at Pot
Opponents Offense
Most Runs, Game:                  14, 1X last (7-2) at Pot
Most Runs, Inning:                7, 1X last (7-2) at Pot                     Longest Game, Innings:                   13, 1X last (5-8) at Fre
Most Hits, Game:                  18, 1X last (7-2) at Pot                    Longest Game, Time (9 Innings):          3:25, 1X last (4-12) at Kin
Fewest Hits, Game                 3, 3X last (5-10) vs. Sal
Most HRs, Game (Team):            4, 1X last (7-2) at Pot                     Longest Game, Time (Extra Innings):      3:37, 1X last (5-8) at Fre
Most SB, Game (Team):             4, 2X last (4-12) at Kin
                                                                              Shortest Game, Time (9 Innings):         1:58, 1X last (6-28) at Fre
10 + Hits, Game:                  30X last (7-2) at Pot
Most Home Runs, Game (Indiv.): 2, 1X last Hood (7-2) at Pot                   Shortest Game, Time (Overall):           1:42, 1X last (4-27) at Lyn
Most RBIs, Game (Indiv.):         5, 2X last Hood (7-2) at Pot
Most Hits, Game (Indiv.):         4, 7X last Burnette (6-6) vs. Kin
Most SB, Game (Indiv.):           3, 2X last Holt (4-12) at Kin               Most DP Turned, Game:                    3, 6X last (5-21) vs. MB
Most Runners LOB, Team:           14, 1X last (5-8) at Fre
                                                                              Most DP Against, Game:                   3, 2X last (7-2) at Pot
Blue Rocks Individual Pitching
Most Runs Allowed, Game:          9, 1X last Pimentel (5-29) at MB
Most ER Allowed, Game:            9, 1X last Pimentel (5-29) at MB
                                                                              Most Errors, One Game, Player:           2, 2X last McClure (5-6) at Fre
Most Hits Allowed, Game:          12, 1X last Melville (4-19) vs. Kin
Most HRs Allowed, Game:           3, 1X last Arguelles (5-28) at MB           Most Errors, One Game, Team:             4, 3X last (6-23) vs. Lyn
Most Walks Allowed, Game:         4, 3X last Odorizzi (6-12) at W-S
                                                                              Consecutive Games W/ Error:              6, 2X last (6-2/6-7)
Most Strikeouts, Game (Starter): 13, 1X last Odorizzi (5-10) vs. Sal
Most Strikeouts, Game (Reliever): 6, 1X last Marks (5-25) vs. Fre             Consecutive Games W/O Error:             6, 1X last (5-18/5-22)
Most IP, Game for Starter:        8.0, 3X last E. Pimentel (6-4) vs. Pot
Most IP, Game for Reliever:       5.0, 3X last Mariot (5-16) at Sal
Fewest IP, Game for Starter:      2.1, 1X last Sample (4-26) at Lyn           Most Errors, One Game, Opp. Player:      2, 3X last Garcia (5-20) vs. MB
Longest Winning Streak (Dec.): 5, 2X last Odorizzi (4-29/6-7)
Longest Losing Streak (Dec.): 4, 1X last Odorizzi (6-12/...)                  Most Errors, One Game, Opp. Team:        4, 2X last (5-24) vs. Fre
Last time 10+ Strikeouts, Indiv.: 12, Odorizzi (6-18) vs. W-S
Blue Rocks Team Pitching
Fewest Hits Allowed, Game:                    3, 3X last (5-10) vs. Sal       Largest Home Crowd:                      7,154, 1X last (4-15) vs. Pot
Most Runs Allowed, Game:                      14, 1X last (7-2) at Pot        Smallest Home Crowd:                     2,813, 1X last (4-19) vs. Kin
Most Runs Allowed, Inning:                    7, 1X last (7-2) at Pot
Most Hits Allowed, Game:                      18, 1X last (7-2) at Pot        Home Sellouts (6,537):                   1X last (4-15) vs. Pot
10 + Hits Allowed, Game:                      30X last (7-2) at Pot           Largest Road Crowd:                      7,328, 1X last (5-7) at Fre
Most HRs Allowed, Game:                       4, 1X last (7-2) at Pot
Most Strikeouts, Game (9 Innings):            17, 2X last (6-18) vs. W-S      Smallest Road Crowd:                     724, 1X last (4-27) at Lyn
Most Strikeouts, Game (Extra Innings):        10, 1X last (4-9) at MB
Most Walks Allowed, Game:                     9, 1X last (5-8) at Fre
Most SB Allowed, Game:                        4, 2X last (4-12) at Kin        *         Ties Club Record        **     Establishes New Club Record
Longest Scoreless Innings Streak:             14, 1X last (5-18/5-20)         #         Ties Carolina League Record
Consecutive Games Allowing HR:                5, 1X last (6-26/6-30)
Consecutive Games W/O Allowing HR:            6, 1X last (6-17/6-25)          ##        Establishes Carolina League Record
Most Pitchers Used, Game:                     4, 3X last (7-2) at Pot
10 + Strikeouts, Staff:                       18X last (7-1) vs. Sal
Most Consecutive Shutouts:                    0
Opponents Pitching
Most Strikeouts, Game (Team, Extra Innings): 16, 1X last (4-9) at MB

Most Strikeouts, Game (Team, 9 Innings): 16, 2X last (4-31) at Kin

Most Strikeouts, Game (Indiv.):              10, 3X last Soto (5-31) at Kin

10 + Strikeouts, Staff:                      17X last (6-23) vs. Lyn

Last time 10+ Strikeouts, Indiv.:            10, Soto (5-31) at Kin
                                     Blue Rocks 2011 Regular-Season Day-by-Day -- First Half
                                     ROCKS        OPPONENT                                                                       OVERALL            DAILY
Date   OPP.   W/L   SCORE      R    H E LOB     R H E LOB     Winning Pitcher     Losing Pitcher        Save            Record         Pos.   GB     Att.    Time
4-8    MB      L    3-1         1    5 0    6    3 13 1  12   Tufts (1-0)         Melville (0-1)        Kelly (1)       0-1            4th    0.5    5,069 2:38
4-9    MB      W    7-6 (11)    7   10 3   12    6 8 1    7   Herrera (1-0)       Ortiz (0-1)           Chapman (1)     1-1           T-3rd   0.5    2,417 3:16
4-10   MB      L    4-3         3    6 2    6    4 7 1    6   Bell (1-0)          Lafferty (0-1)        Tufts (1)       1-2            4th    0.5    2,363 2:35
4-11   KIN     W    4-1         4    8 0    4    1 3 1    3   Mariot (1-0)        Soto (0-1)            None            2-2           T-1st    --    1,133 2:23
4-12   KIN     W    7-6         7   11 3   10    6 12 2   7   Dennick (1-0)       Sturdevant (0-1)      None            3-2            1st     --      832 3:25
4-13   KIN     W    2-1         2    3 0    1    1 6 1    4   Melville (1-1)      Brach (0-1)           Chapman (2)     4-2            1st     --    2,317 2:16
4-14   OFF     -    --          -    - -    -    - - -    -   SCHEDULED           OFF DAY               --              4-2            1st     --         --  --
4-15   POT     W    5-4         5   10 0   10    4 7 1    3   Sample (1-0)        Wort (0-1)            None            5-2            1st     --    7,154 2:39
4-16   POT     -    --          -    - -    -    - - -    -   POSTPONED           DUE TO RAIN           MOVED TO 4/17   5-2            1st     --         --  --
4-17   POT     W    6-0 (7)     6    9 0    5    0 3 3    4   Mariot (2-0)        Holder (0-1)          None            6-2             --     --         -- 1:43
4-17   POT     W    6-5 (7)     6    8 3    5    5 7 0    4   Baez (1-0)          Martinez (0-2)        Herrera (1)     7-2            1st     --    3,971 2:12
4-18   KIN     W    5-3         5    9 2    8    3 8 1    6   E. Pimentel (1-0)   House (0-1)           Chapman (3)     8-2            1st     --    2,963 2:40
4-19   KIN     L    7-3         3    4 0    5    7 17 1  11   Turek (2-0)         Melville (1-2)        None            8-3            1st     --    2,813 2:56
4-20   KIN     L    4-1         1    6 0    7    4 10 0   7   Sturdevant (2-1)    Sample (1-1)          Flores (1)      8-4            1st     --    5,880 2:30
4-21   W-S     W    7-6         7    7 1    3    6 12 0  10   Marks (1-0)         Santiago (0-1)        Chapman (4)     9-4            1st     --    3,878 2:46
4-22   W-S     -    --          -    - -    -    - - -    -   POSTPONED           DUE TO RAIN           MOVED TO 4/23   9-4            1st     --         --  --
4-23   W-S     W    10-2 (7)   10   10 0    3    2 6 0    4   Mariot (3-0)        Bayne (2-1)           None            10-4           1st     --         -- 1:59
4-23   W-S     L    3-2 (8)     2    5 0    6    3 7 1    6   Kussmaul (3-0)      Herrera (1-1)         None            10-5           1st     --    6,842 2:16
4-24   W-S     W    11-10      11   16 1    8   10 11 0   5   E. Pimentel (2-0)   Collop (0-2)          Dennick (1)     11-5           1st     --    3,123 2:57
4-25   LYN     W    8-1         8   14 0    9    1 8 1    8   Melville (2-2)      Vizcaino (1-2)        None            12-5           1st     --    1,598 2:42
4-26   LYN     L    3-2         2    6 4    7    3 6 0    5   Kempf (1-1)         Paukovits (0-1)       Lowey (2)       12-6           1st     --    1,350 2:02
4-27   LYN     L    5-2 (7)     2    3 1    6    5 8 0    4   Masters (2-0)       Marks (1-1)           Cardenas (2)    12-7           1st     --      724 1:42
4-28   LYN     -    --          -    - -    -    - - -    -   POSTPONED           DUE TO RAIN           MOVED TO 6/14   12-7           1st     --         --  --
4-29   W-S     W    4-0         4    8 0    7    0 5 2    6   Odorizzi (1-0)      Serafin (0-1)         Chapman (5)     13-7           1st     --    5,286 2:27
4-30   W-S     W    2-1         3    6 1    4    1 6 0    7   Arguelles (1-0)     Doyle (0-3)           Mariot (1)      14-7           1st     --    4,685 2:14
5-1    W-S     W    3-1         4    4 0    5    2 4 1    3   Herrera (2-1)       Thompson (1-1)        None            15-7           1st     --    3,977 2:08
5-2    LYN     L    9-1         1    4 2    7    9 16 0   6   Masters (3-0)       Melville (2-3)        None            15-8           1st     --    3,359 2:21
5-3    LYN     L    11-1        1    4 2    5   11 15 1   6   Kempf (2-1)         Sample (1-2)          None            15-9           1st     --    2,933 2:12
5-4    LYN     W    7-3         7   13 1    9    3 10 3   5   Odorizzi (2-0)      Crim (1-3)            None            16-9           1st     --    3,165 2:43
5-5    FRE     L    5-2         2    6 1    6    5 7 0    2   Bascom (1-0)        Arguelles (1-1)       Gleason (5)     16-10          1st     --    2,872 2:11
5-6    FRE     L    2-1         1    5 2    7    2 8 3    7   Petrini (1-0)       Dennick (1-1)         None            16-11          1st     --    5,713 2:40
5-7    FRE     L    3-1         1    5 1    7    3 7 1    5   Tanaka (1-0)        Melville (2-4)        Gleason (6)     16-12          1st     --    7,328 2:05
5-8    FRE     L    3-2 (13)    2   11 0   11    3 11 0  14   Haughian (1-2)      Sample (1-3)          None            16-13         T-1st    --    3,931 3:38
5-9    OFF     -    --          -    - -    -    - - -    -   SCHEDULED           OFF DAY               --              16-13         T-1st    --         --  --
5-10   SAL     W    3-1         3    8 0    7    1 3 1    6   Odorizzi (3-0)      Ruiz (1-2)            Chapman (6)     17-13          1st     --    4,288 2:33
5-11   SAL     W    3-2         3    6 2    5    2 8 1    6   Arguelles (2-1)     Pressly (3-1)         Mariot (2)      18-13          1st     --    3,390 2:29
5-12   SAL     L    5-4         4    9 2    3    5 8 1    6   Hernandez (4-1)     E. Pimentel (2-1)     Cabral (8)      18-14         T-1st    --    4,008 2:29
5-13   POT     W    13-4       13   17 2    9    4 5 4    4   Melville (3-4)      Selik (0-2)           None            19-14         T-1st    --    5,007 2:55
5-14   POT     L    5-4 (8)     4   10 2    7    5 10 3   8   Weaver (1-0)        Marks (1-2)           None            19-15         T-1st    --    4,973 2:20
5-15   POT     L    5-4         4    9 0    7    5 11 0   6   Lehman (2-0)        Baez (1-1)            None            19-16          2nd    1.0    6,396 2:56
5-16   SAL     W    7-3         7   11 2   10    3 10 1   9   Mariot (4-0)        Pressly (3-2)         None            20-16          2nd    1.0    2,717 2:43
5-17   SAL     -    --          -    - -    -    - - -    -   POSTPONED           DUE TO RAIN           MOVED TO 5/18   20-16          2nd    1.5         --  --
5-18   SAL     W    7-1 (7)     7   10 0   10    1 5 3    6   E. Pimentel (3-1)   Bayer (2-1)           None            21-16           --    n/a         -- 2:11
5-18   SAL     W    5-1 (7)     5    4 0    2    1 4 0    4   Melville (4-4)      Britton (1-4)         None            22-16         T-1st    --    2,222 2:08
5-19   SAL     W    1-0         1    1 0    1    0 6 0    8   Marks (2-2)         Balcom-Miller (3-1)   Lafferty (1)    23-16          1st     --    2,616 2:12
5-20   MB      W    6-4         6   12 0   10    4 5 3    3   Sample (2-3)        Kelly (2-2)           Dennick (2)     24-16          1st     --    6,313 2:16
5-21   MB      W    9-3         9   14 0   12    3 10 1   5   Odorizzi (4-0)      Boscan (0-2)          None            25-16          1st     --    5,414 2::26
5-22   MB      W    3-1         3    9 0    4    1 7 2    7   Mariot (5-0)        Wieland (4-3)         None            26-16          1st     --    5,051 2:06
5-23   FRE     L    4-1         1    7 3    8    4 9 0    9   Moreau (4-3)        E. Pimentel (3-2)     Tanaka (1)      26-17          1st     --    3,033 2:49
5-24   FRE     W    3-1         3    8 0    7    1 5 4    4   Melville (5-4)      O’Shea (3-3)          Paukovits (1)   27-17          1st     --    3,391 2:15
5-25   FRE     W    6-5         6    8 1    3    5 10 1   6   Lafferty (1-1)      Gleason (1-2)         None            28-17          1st     --    5,574 2:38
5-26   OFF     -    --          -    - -    -    - - -    -   SCHEDULED           OFF DAY               --              28-17          1st     --         --  --
5-27   MB      L    3-2         2    4 1    4    3 7 0    8   Ortiz (3-1)         Chapman (0-1)         Kelly (6)       28-18          1st     --    2,119 2:56
5-28   MB      L    4-0         0    5 1    7    4 8 1    5   Wieland (5-3)       Arguelles (2-2)       None            28-19          1st     --    2,282 2:20
5-29   MB      L    9-3         3    6 0    7    9 10 2   3   Grimm (1-0)         E. Pimentel (3-3)     None            28-20          1st     --    3,496 2:17
5-30   KIN     L    9-1         1    1 2    4    9 11 0   7   Cook (5-3)          Melville (5-5)        Landis (1)      28-21          2nd    0.5    1,669 2:33
5-31   KIN     L    1-0         0    3 0    7    1 2 0    1   Flores (2-3)        Marks (2-3)           Guilmet (12)    28-22          2nd    0.5    1,670 2:09
6-1    KIN     W    2-0         2    7 0    7    0 5 0   10   Sample (3-3)        Jimenez (1-1)         Chapman (7)     29-22          2nd    0.5    2,380 2:36
6-2    KIN     L    7-6         6    9 4    5    7 15 0  11   Landis (1-0)        Dennick (1-2)         Guilmet (13)    29-23          2nd    1.5    1,559 2:56
6-3    POT     L    5-1         1    7 1    7    5 12 2   8   Selik (1-4)         Lafferty (1-2)        None            29-24          2nd    2.5    6,291 2:26
6-4    POT     L    3-0         0    3 1    4    3 6 1    3   Rosenbaum (3-3)     Chapman (0-2)         None            29-25          2nd    3.5    4,709 2:08
6-5    POT     L    5-4         4    9 1   11    5 10 0   5   Smoker (2-1)        Melville (5-6)        Nelo (2)        29-26          2nd    4.5    6,076 2:53
6-6    KIN     L    11-1        1    4 1    3   11 16 0   9   Pomeranz (2-1)      Sample (3-4)          None            29-27          2nd    5.5    3,901 2:52
6-7    KIN     W    8-2         8    9 1    3    2 12 1   9   Odorizzi (5-0)      Brach (4-4)           None            30-27          2nd    5.5    4,459 2:33
6-8    KIN     L    9-1         1    2 0    3    9 16 0   6   House (3-6)         Marks (2-4)           None            30-28          2nd    6.5    2,944 2:35
6-9    KIN     -    --          -    - -    -    - - -    -   CANCELLED           DUE TO RAIN           --              30-28          2nd    6.0         --  --
6-10   W-S     W    4-1         4    6 1    5    1 6 1    7   Melville (6-6)      Bayne (5-4)           None            31-28          2nd    6.0    6,923 2:27
6-11   W-S     W    9-4         9   18 0   13    4 10 0   5   Sample (4-4)        Serafin (0-5)         None            32-28          2nd    5.0    6,863 2:39
6-12   W-S     L    10-1        1    7 0    9   10 11 0   6   Ballinger (4-0)     Odorizzi (5-1)        Kloess (5)      32-29          2nd    6.0    4,428 2:34
6-13   LYN     L    5-0         0    9 0    8    5 10 0   3   Sims (2-0)          Marks (2-5)           None            32-30          2nd    7.0    1,844 2:07
6-14   LYN     W    3-1 (7)     3    8 0    5    1 4 2    3   Pimentel (4-3)      Masters (4-3)         None            33-30           --     --         -- 1:50
6-14   LYN     L    7-3 (7)     3    1 0    7    7 8 1    3   Hale (1-1)          Mariot (5-1)          Buchter (4)     33-31          2nd    7.5    2,164 2:08
6-15   LYN     W    4-3         4   11 1    8    3 8 2    8   Odenbach (1-0)      Wilson (1-2)          Dennick (3)     34-31          2nd    6.5    1,922 2:59
6-16   W-S     W    10-5       10   17 2    5    5 8 1    5   Sample (5-4)        Serafin (0-6)         None            35-31          2nd    5.5    5,007 2:30
6-17   W-S     L    3-1 (7)     1    6 1    6    3 7 1    7   Collop (1-3)        Odorizzi (5-2)        Thompson (6)    35-32          2nd    5.5    5,651 2:08
6-18   W-S     W    7-2         7   14 0   11    2 8 1    8   Marks (3-5)         Rienzo (1-3)          None            36-32          2nd    4.5    4,512 2:57
6-19   W-S     L    3-2         2    7 2    6    3 11 0  11   Buch (2-3)          E. Pimentel (4-4)     Thompson (7)    36-33          2nd    5.0    5,407 2:32
                                                        ~ END OF THE FIRST HALF OF THE SEASON ~
                               Blue Rocks 2011 Regular-Season Day-by-Day -- Second Half
                                ROCKS      OPPONENT                                                                            OVERALL            DAILY
Date   OPP.   W/L SCORE   R    H E LOB R H E LOB       Winning Pitcher   Losing Pitcher      Save                 Record             Pos    GB      Att. Time
6-23   LYN    W 10-7      10   13 4   10  7 10 2   9   Lafferty (2-2)    Crim (1-6)          None                 37-33, 1-0        T-1st    --    3,342 3:15
6-24   LYN    W 4-2        4   10 0    7  2 9 1    8   Odenbach (2-0)    Hale (1-2)          Mariot (3)           38-33, 2-0         1st     --    5,476 2:34
6-25   LYN     L 6-0       0   3 1     8  6 10 0   4   Shafer (2-0)      Odorizzi (5-3)      None                 38-34, 2-1         1st     --    5,499 2:31
6-26   FRE     L 6-1       2   7 0     6  6 6 0    2   Bundy (7-5)       Sample (5-5)        Gleason (20)         38-35, 2-2        T-1st    --    6,133 2:16
6-27   FRE     L 2-0       0   3 2     4  2 5 0    3   Drake (6-3)       E. Pimentel (4-5)   None                 38-36, 2-3        T-2nd   1.0    3,782 1:58
6-28   FRE    W 5-2        5   8 0     5  2 8 2    8   Melville (7-6)    Moreau (7-6)        Mariot (4)           39-36, 3-3        T-1st    --    3,106 2:38
6-29   SAL     L 2-0       0   5 1     7  2 8 0    6   Ruiz (4-3)        Arguelles (2-3)     Martin (1)           39-37, 3-4        T-1st    --    4,145 2:17
6-30   SAL     L 5-3       3   9 1     6  5 9 0    4   Hernandez (6-5)   Odorizzi (5-4)      Latimer (3)          39-38, 3-5         3rd    1.0    3,555 2:29
7-1    SAL    W 3-0        3   4 3     2  0 7 0   13   Marks (4-5)       Pressly (4-8)       Paukovits (2)        40-38, 4-5        T-2nd   1.0    5,974 2:26
7-2    POT     L 14-1      1   6 0     8 14 18 1   6   Holland (1-0)     E. Pimentel (4-6)   None                 40-39, 5-5         3rd    2.0    6,911 2:41
7-3    POT                                             SUSPENDED         DUE TO RAIN         WILL FINISH ON 7/4
7-4    POT
7-5    POT
7-6    SAL
7-7    SAL
7-8    SAL
7-9    MB
7-10   MB
7-11   MB
7-12   OFF
7-13   FRE
7-14   FRE
7-15   FRE
7-16   FRE
7-17   OFF
7-18   MB
7-19   MB
7-20   MB
7-21   MB
7-22   KIN
7-23   KIN
7-24   KIN
7-25   POT
7-26   POT
7-27   POT
7-28   POT
7-29   KIN
7-30   KIN
7-31   KIN
8-1    OFF
8-2    W-S
8-3    W-S
8-4    W-S
8-5    LYN
8-6    LYN
8-7    LYN
8-8    W-S
8-9    W-S
8-10   W-S
8-11   LYN
8-12   LYN
8-13   LYN
8-14   LYN
8-15   FRE
8-16   FRE
8-17   FRE
8-18   SAL
8-19   SAL
8-20   SAL
8-21   SAL
8-22   OFF
8-23   POT
8-24   POT
8-25   POT
8-26   SAL
8-27   SAL
8-28   SAL
8-29   MB
8-30   MB
8-31   MB
9-1    MB
9-2    OFF
9-3    FRE
9-4    FRE
9-5    FRE
                                                ~ END OF THE SECOND HALF OF THE SEASON ~

								
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