EDITION 04 AUGUST 2ND-AUGUST 4TH VS. VANCOUVER CANADIANS AUGUST 5TH-AUGUST 9TH BOISE HAWKS
In this edition 2010 AQUASOX SCHEDULE
Monday-Saturday: 7:05 p.m.
Monday-Saturday: 7:05 p.m. (except 7/20, 11:05 a.m.) (except 7/20, 11:05 a.m.)
Sunday: 2:05 p.m. (except
Sunday: p.m. 7/18, 4:052:05 p.m.) (except 7/18, 4:05 p.m.)
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BOI= BOISE HAWKS (CHICAGO CUBS)
EUG = EUGENE EMERALDS (SAN DIEGO PADRES)
SK = SALEM-KEIZER VOLCANOES (SAN FRANCISCO GIAN TS)
Tom - Executive Vice President S K =Backemeyer S A L E M - K E I Z ER VOLCANOES (SAN FRANCISCO SPO= SPOKANE INDIANS (TEXAS RANGERS)
S P O = S P O K A N E I NDIANS (TEXAS RANGERS) TRI = TRI-CITY DEVILS (COLORADO ROCKIES) Brian Sloan -DUST General Manager
TRI= T R I - C I T Y D UCANADIANS ST DEVILS (OAKLAND (COLORADO ROCKIES) VAN= VANCOUVER ATHLETICS)
Pat Dillon Director of Corporate Partnerships and Broadcasting VA N= VA N C-O U V E R CANADIANS (OAKLAND ATHLETICS) YAK= YAKIMA BEARS (ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS) YA K = YA K I M A B E ARS (ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS) Teresa Sarsted - Director of Accounting and Player Housing
Todd Holterhoff - Director of Food and Beverage Rick Dooley - Director of Tickets Ryan F OPearman R T I CTicket K EOperations T S C AManager LL: 425-258-3673 Troy Sherry O R - VAccount I S I TExecutive W W W. A Q U A S O X . C O M Katie Crawford - Community Relations Manager
Brian Burroughs - Head Groundskeeper and Operations Manager Katia Nefzger - Office Manager Interns - Tyler Krochmal; Alex Dadisman; Nate Benjamin; Austin Redman; Leah Stevens; Tony Ackerman; Andrew Henningson; Cheyenne Swanson AquaSox Phone: 425-258-3673 AquaSox Website: www.aquasox.com Game Day Printed by: Pacific Copy & Printing Co.
Bark in the Park
Union Solidarity Night
AquaSox Baseball Cap Giveaway* (NECA and IBEW Local 191)
The Wells Fargo Hit a Home Run in Reading
Magic Night, Featuring Bruce Meyers
“Tasty Thursday” Presented by M Pre-Game Live Music
Inflatables Night (Bouncy House Parties & Events) AquaSox Hit a Home Run in Reading, brought to you by Wells Fargo
Post Game Fireworks (Holiday Inn Downtown Everett) The Wells Fargo Hit a Home Run in Reading
Recycled Tote Bag Giveaway*
Appearance by World Series MVP Da Boy Scout Night 8/07
“Tasty Thursday” Presented by Miller Lite
Frogstock (K&H Integrated Print Solut Postgame Fireworks
Go Green Night (Haggen Food & Pharmacy)
Lil’Kinz Giveaway (first 1,000 fans 14 & under) The Wells Fargo Hit a Home Run in Reading
Eco Friendly Water Bottle Giveaway (Safeco Insurance)
The Wells Fargo Hit a Home Run in Reading
The Lost Champion..................................... 7 Rosters..................................................9-11
Opening Night Postgame Fireworks Magnet Schedule Giveaway* (Cascade Rehabilitation Associates & Summit Rehabilitation)
Postgame Jersey Auction benefiting 8/08
Post Game Movie
Pre-Game MONDAYS: 2 forLive $24Music Mondays: Fans can enjoy8/09 2 Upper BoxAppreciation Night (Casca Volunteer tickets, 2Posthot dogs, 2 20 oz.Resort sodas and 2 bags8/20of chips for just 7/02 Game Fireworks (Tulalip Casino) Post Game Fireworks (Comcast) $24! Presented by the Daily Herald. Military Appreciation Night 7/03 Independence Day Celebration PostgameNights: Fireworks AquaSox (NECA and IBEW Localin 191) Silver Slugger fans the Silver Sluggers Club 8/21 Football Night In Everett AquaSox get7/08a great on tickets, a Miller member-only hat andFootball have Giveaway* the “Tastydeal Thursday” Presented by Lite chance to win great prizes every Monday night in the Baseball Pre-Game Live Music 8/22 Mariners Day Bingo game, presented by Tulalip Resort Casino! Seattle Mariners Giveaway* (Seatt 7/09 Post Game Fireworks 2 Annual AquaSox Car Show Buy 1 ticket at any price, get 1 TUESDAYS:Two-For-Tuesdays: 8/24 Faith & Family Night Girl Scout Night Free with a coupon from a local Fred Meyer! 8/28 Ryan Rowland-Smith Bobblehead Gi 7/10 World Cup Celebration KRAFT Singles Tuesday Night Tickets: Buy 1 Ticket, (Alfy’s Get Pizza) 1 Soccer Ball Giveaway* (Sound Transit) to School—Supply Drive Free from KRAFT Singles with purchase. Bring your Back package benefiting 7/11 Mascot wrapper to theMania box office on Tuesdays for a steal of a deal!VOAWW Visit AquaSox Baseball Giveaway* (Boeing) kraftsingles.com for more info! Exclusions apply. 8/29 Pink at the Park Pink Visor Giveaway* (Tulalip Resor 7/18 Post Game MovieThursdays: Bring your appetite every THURSDAYS: Tasty Post Game Jersey Auction, benefi Thursday night (excluding 6/24) for Tasty Thursdays, presented AquaSox Community Fund 7/20 Kids Day by Miller Light. Fans can enjoy $2 12 oz. Miller Light beers, 7/24 Fleece Blanket Giveaway* (Comcast) SEPTEMBER 2010 $2 sodas, $2 hot dogs and $2 peanuts, as well as enjoy live pregame music in the Bullpen BBQ! 7/25 Root Beer Float Day Miller Light Great Taste 9/01 Teacher Appreciation Night, Benefiting the AquaSox Community Fund by Wells Fargo FRIDAYS:Home Postgame Stick around throughPresented the final Run for NWFireworks: Children’s Fund pitch every Friday night (excluding 8/6) when9/02 the AquaSox are Night (Tulalip Reso Fan Appreciation Postgame Fireworks (unless otherwise noted) at home*Allforgiveaways the postgame firework show! awarded to the first 1,000 fans “Tasty Thursday” Presented by Mille SUNDAYS: Webbly’s Future Frogs: Kids 12 and under canLive joinMusic Pre-Game **All promotions are subject to change. the Webbly’s Future Frogs club! Membership benefits include a free ticket to every Sunday home game, and other cool SEASON LONGa T-shirt PROMOTIONS SUNDAY prizes allMONDAY season long! Membership is only $12. Visit aquasox. com for Monday more Night details. TUESDAY THURSDAY 2 for $24 3 Equals Free Visit an Includes 2 Upper Two for Tuesday Thusday SEASON-LONG PROMOTIONS: Kids Run theTasty Bases: Children Haggen Box Tickets, $2 12ozand Miller 1 Upper Box Pharma 2 Hot Dogs,to 2 be like their2 for get the chance favorite AquaSox player Lite or Miller High Tickets with coupon for our 20oz Sodas and run around the bases after every Thursday Sunday home Life, $2 Sodas, from Fred Meyer offer fo 2 Bags of Chips $2 Hot Dogs, and Admiss game (excludes postgame fireworks nights). Presented by the KRAFT Singles $2 Peanuts with the Woodland Park Zoo. Tuesday Night Tickets Farmer of Wash Washington’s Lottery $2 Tickets: Bring any non-winning lottery For more details on season long promotions, visit: www.aquasox.com ticket to the box office and receive a General Admission ticket for just $2 to any 2010 Everett AquaSox Monday-Thursday home game! 3 Equals Free: Visit a local Haggen Food and Pharmacy and purchase any three dairy products to receive a free General Admission ticket to any Sunday AquaSox home game. Presented by Haggen Food and Pharmacy and the Dairy Farmers of Washington. BECU Family Nights: Get Field Box tickets for just $5 (based on availability) August 2, August 8, August 9, August 24 or September 1. Visit www.aquasox.com for even more great promotions and discounts all season long! nd
And if you think “Hotdog” Jones’ Mariner love-fest stops there, well, as they say, you ain’t heard nothin’ yet. Jones has also had two giant foam rubber fingers that say “#1 AquaSox fan” surgically sewn to his arms. “They’re a bit problematic during dinner time, or when, well, you know, but it sure gets me noticed a lot as I walk around Memorial Stadium on a sunny afternoon” said the superfan. An aspiring baseball player himself, Robert’s son Bobby “Little Smokey” Jones couldn’t be happier about the indoor mini-Stadium. “I love it.
We even get to take batting practice inside the house when it’s raining. And if you hit a ball completely through the wall, it counts as a triple!” The Jones family has even gone as far as to hire an organ player when entertaining guests. “It’s kind of weird,” says one friend who wished to remain anonymous. “Every 10 minutes we all had to yell “Charge!” and do The Wave. I mean, have you ever tried doing the wave with just four people?” Needless to say, Robert “Hotdog” Jones has taken fandom to fanatical new heights.
WHY RIDE THE SOUNDER TRAIN? Save money See the ﬁrst pitch Hate parking
The biggest reasons for taking the Sounder Train to Safeco Field for a Mariners game are really stacking up. You’ll not only save a bundle on gas, car maintenance and parking, you can kick back and relax as you glide past all the bumper-to-bumper trafﬁc traveling to and from the game. For schedules, routes and fare information, visit soundtransit.org.
current home stand promotions et ready for the longest and most fun-filled home series of the season for the Sox, as the ballpark on GBroadway will host eight consecutive nights of fun from
Aug. 2nd to Aug. 9th. Along with enjoying exciting baseball from your NWL West Champion Everett AquaSox, fans are encouraged to take advantage of some great promotions and giveaways. From a celebration of everything canine, to the Frogstock tribute to Woodstock, to three nights of giveaways, there’s sure to be a reason for everyone to make it to a Sox game at Everett Memorial Stadium during the homestand. The series kicks off Monday, Aug. 2nd with game one of a three-game series with the Vancouver Canadians. The series marks the first time the Sox will face their division foe from up north in 2010. Tuesday, Aug. 3rd the AquaSox welcome all the four-legged fans to the game as part of Bark in the Park night at Everett Memorial Stadium. Fans are encouraged to bring their dogs to the 7:05 p.m. game, presented by Purina Dog Chow. Visit www.longliveyourdog.com for more information. Wednesday is Union Solidarity Night for the AquaSox, with the first 1,000 fans through the gate receiving a complimentary AquaSox baseball cap, courtesy of NECA Cascade and IBEW Local 191. Come out to the park for another great giveaway on Thursday, Aug. 5, as the Sox begin a five-gamer with the Boise Hawks. The first 1,000 fans receive a free Eco Friendly AquaSox water bottle, courtesy of Safeco Insurance. It’s also Tasty Thursday, presented by Miller Lite, with great food and drink deals including $2 Miller Lite, $2 hot dogs, $2 peanuts and $2 soda. A live pregame musical
performance will take place in the Miller Lite Bullpen BBQ. The Frogs welcome former World Series MVP Dave Stewart to Everett Memorial on Friday, Aug. 6th. Stewart will throw out the ceremonial first pitch and be around during the game to sign autographs and meet with fans. It’s also Go Green Night on the 6th, with the first 1,000 fans receiving a free recycled AquaSox Tote Bag, thanks to Haggen Food & Pharmacy. Local Boy Scouts are also invited to come out to the game as part of Boy Scout Night, complete with a sleepover inside the park for preregistered scouts! Frogstock returns to Everett on Saturday, presented by K&H Integrated Print Solutions. All the free-spirited Sox fans can enjoy the blast-from-the-past atmosphere and special tie-died Frogs uniforms. Guests can bid on the special edition uniforms at the in-game jersey auction, benefiting Camp Erin, and should stick around as another dazzling firework show lights up the night sky following the final out. Experience a postgame movie on the jumbo LED AquaVision board in center field Sunday afternoon after the Sox take on the Hawks in a 2:05 p.m. contest, while also welcoming Friends of the Children as they sponsor a drive for new socks and sweatshirts. The Sox tip their caps to area volunteers on Monday for Volunteer Appreciation Night, presented by Cascade Bank. It’s also Sno-Isle Library night, brought to you by BECU. Don’t miss a minute of all the action at Everett Memorial Stadium this season and help your Western division Champion Everett AquaSox Unleash the !
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2010 AquaSox First-Half Champions BY TYLER KROCHMAL
A Look Back at the 38 Games that Secured the NWL Playoff Berth
he Everett AquaSox have secured a spot in the 2010 NWL Postseason by winning the first half-season, officially clinching the division on Monday, July 19th. The pennant-winning game came in walk-off fashion, as Steven Baron’s RBIsingle in the 10th inning scored Kevin Rivers and set off the celebration. The Northwest League implemented a new playoff format beginning this year, splitting the 76-game season into two 38-game halves. The division leaders at the end of both halves will face off in the Divisional Round, with the winners from the East and West squaring off in the NWL Championship Series beginning Sept. 10th. Along with the heart-pounding division clincher, the AquaSox have experienced a number of astounding, interesting and memorable moments in their first-half journey. Here’s a few of the highlights from the first half of 2010… › AquaSox get off to a franchise-record start, going 7-0 to begin the 2010 season. › Kevin Rivers starts out the season on fire, hitting safely in his first 14 games and being honored as the NWL Player of the Week for June 21-27. › Newly drafted pitchers Forrest Snow, Stephen Pryor and Willy Kesler dominate hitters. Snow goes 25 1/3 innings without allowing a run, Pryor strikes out 22 in his first 15.2 innings with three saves and Kesler is Mr. Clutch, getting the Sox out of a few tight situations, including coming in with bases loaded, no outs on July 11th and not allowing a run to score. › Sox blast three grand slams; two at home. Jimmy Jacquot, Mickey Wiswall and Kevin Mailloux all connect with bases-clearing bombs. › Fred Bello hits two inside-the-park home runs in two days. Bello hit the first Sox inside-theparker in 11 years on July 2nd, then followed up less than 24 hours later with another unconventional long ball. › Frogs endure seven extra-inning games (43), including a 15-inning marathon loss to the Indians on July 8th and a 14-inning win on July 22nd.
› The Frogs roll through the NWL West division, winning the first 12 games against division foes. There’s countless more memorable AquaSox moments from the first half. What are your favorites? As you ponder the first half magic, remember we still have a whole half-season of baseball to go before the NWL Playoffs begin! The AquaSox will host Game 2, and if necessary, Game 3 of the Divisional Round on Sept. 7th and 8th at Everett Memorial Stadium. Both games are scheduled to begin at 7:05 p.m. Don’t miss this historic event in AquaSox history as the team competes in the postseason for the first time since 2002! Secure your spot for the 2010 AquaSox playoff run, hopefully all the way through to the championship, by visiting our box office at 3802 Broadway, calling our office at (425) 258-3673 or going online at www.aquasox. com. The Last Time the Sox made the Playoffs… 2002
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the lost champion BY TYLER KROCHMAL
How the First Baseball Title in Everett was Won More Than 100 Years Ago
s you may know, the last Everett minor league championship came back in 1985, when the Everett Giants went 40-34 to claim the Northwest League crown. That team, however, is not the only champion in the history of Everett minor league baseball. Remember the year 1905? Well, if you do, congratulations on being 105 years old. But if not, then you may not have heard of the Northwestern League, a minor league that operated in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.
Vancouver Horse Doctors (not kidding). Under player/manager Billy Hulen, the Smokestackers finished with an overall record of 60-37, 11 games ahead of the Yankees. Heinie Heitmuller, who later spent two seasons in the majors with the Philadelphia Athletics, led the club with a .304 batting average, while pitcher Hick Belt racked up 18 wins.
The Northwestern League’s first run lasted from 1883-1884, and had teams from Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. The League went dark for a few years before returning to operation from 1886-1887, with teams from Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. After failing once again, the Northwestern League was revived in 1905 as a Class-B league that ran through 1917 before changing its name to the Pacific Coast International League. A Class-B league, along with Class-C and Class-D, are now defunct leagues that operated mainly before the 1960’s. Class-D could be viewed as equivalent to Rookie level baseball today. The Everett Smokestackers was one of four teams competing in the 1905 Northwestern League. The league would eventually grow to six teams in 1907, but in ’05 it was the Smokestackers, the Bellingham Yankees, the Victoria/Spokane Indians and the
The Smokestackers finished in a tie for the first-half season pennant, and ended up winning the league championship after it was decided that if Everett won both halves, it would be given the title. The Everett Smokestackers went under following the ’05 season, meaning the team won a championship in its only year of existence! So as you cheer on your Everett AquaSox, keep in mind the often-overlooked history of baseball in our sprawling coastal city. The Everett Smokestackers and Everett Giants have both won championships; now its time for the AquaSox to give Everett another winner and show the NWL how we Unleash the !
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Pitchers B/T Ht Wt DOB Hometown How Acquired (RD/YR) Arias, Jonathan RHP 6’3” 190 2/8/1988 Nizao, DR NDFA/06 Burgoon, Tyler RHP 5’10” 160 4/25/1989 Defiance, OH 10th/10 Diaz, Ogui RHP 6’0” 190 12/1/1985 Bani, DR NDFA/05 Fernandez, Anthony LHP 6’4” 210 6/8/1990 Santiago, DR NDFA/06 Hudson, Austin RHP 6’4” 175 1/6/1988 Hollywood, FL 27th/09 Kesler, Willy RHP 6’0” 225 8/11/1987 Thornton, CO 18th/10 Kessinger, Chris RHP 6’0” 195 6/5/1986 Sioux Falls, SD 37th/09 Markovitz, Jason LHP 6’3” 200 8/27/1988 Santa Cruz, CA 13th/10 Martinez, Fray RHP 6’3” 175 5/20/1989 Santiago, DR NDFA/05 Medina, Yoervis RHP 6’3” 210 7/27/1988 Puerto Cabello, VZ NDFA/07 Pryor, Stephen RHP 6’4” 235 7/23/1989 Mount Juliet, TN 5th/10 Seco, Edlando LHP 6’2” 180 7/23/1988 Calabozo, VZ NDFA/05 Snow, Forrest RHP 6’6” 210 12/30/1988 Seattle, WA 36th/10 Sorce, Chris RHP 6’0” 190 10/28/1987 Pensacola, FL 26th/09 Thomas, Eric RHP 5’11” 170 10/8/1986 Gainesville, FL 19th/09 Wilhelmsen, Tom RHP 6’6” 197 12/16/1983 Tucson, AZ Free Agent/10 Catchers Baron, Steven R-R 6’0” 200 12/7/1990 Miami, FL 1st/09 Jacquot, Jimmy R-R 6’2” 200 6/15/1988 Swansea, IL NDFA/10 Marcoe, Billy R-R 5’11” 205 6/5/1987 Bellevue, WA 41st/2010 Infielders Bello, Fred R-R 5’11” 175 10/6/1987 Brooklyn, NY 20th/08 Gebbers, Hawkins R-R 6’2” 205 7/29/1986 Brewster, WA 33rd/09 Mailloux, Kevin R-R 6’0” 200 3/5/1986 Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada 45th/09 Phillips, Anthony S-R 5’9” 175 4/11/1990 Bellville, Cape Town, South Africa NDFA/06 Serrano, Terry S-R 6’0” 195 2/6/1987 Caracas, VZ NDFA/03 Sharpley, Evan L-R 6’2” 210 11/4/1986 Marshall, MI 50th/09 Wiswall, Mickey L-R 6’0” 212 11/25/1988 Stoneham, MA 7th/10 Outfielders Anston, Robbie L-L 6’0” 185 4/13/1988 Odessa, FL 26th/10 Britton, Dwight S-R 6’0” 195 7/17/1987 Corn Island, Nicaragua NDFA/03 Rivers, Kevin L-R 6’2” 210 8/24/1988 Bristol, CT NDFA/09 Royster, Ryan L-L 6’1” 170 10/13/1985 Sacramento, CA 13th/08 Field Staff Moreno, Jose Manager Dorman, Rich Pitching Coach Steinmann, Scott Hitting Coach Webb, Spyder Head Athletic Trainer Love, Chris Performance Specialist
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Pitchers B/T Ht Wt DOB Hometown How Acquired (RD/YR) Bowman, Josh R/R 6’2” 195 9/9/1988 St Petersburg, FL 10th/10 Brown, Jacob R/L 6’2” 220 12/28/1986 Forest Hill, MD 26th/10 Christensen, Kyle R/R 6’3” 225 9/18/1988 Long Beach, CA 15th/06 Griffin, A.J. R/R 6’5” 215 1/28/1988 El Cajon, CA 13th/10 Hart, Mike R/R 6’1” 210 2/9/1987 Staten Island, NY 19th/08 Hassebrock, Blake R/R 6’5” 205 7/15/1989 High Point, NC 8th/10 Jimenez, Deyvi R/R 6’3” 205 12/30/1989 Las Matas, DR NDFA/07 Joseph, Jonathan R/R 6’1” 180 5/17/1988 San Pedro de Macoris, DR NDFA/07 Long, Nathan R/R 6’2” 210 2/9/1986 Ft. Worth, TX 26th/09 McDaniel, Dan R/R 6’3” 220 4/18/1988 Hayward, CA 14th/08 Quigley, Ryan L/L 6’4” 220 9/11/1987 Taunton, MA 22nd/09 Ramirez, Anvioris L/L 6’1” 165 3/10/1988 San Cristobal, DR NDFA/05 Tenholder, Daniel R/R 6’2” 198 7/6/1988 Clarksville, TN 19th/09 Thomson, Matthew R/R 6’4” 195 3/22/1988 Santa Rosa, CA 12th/10 Thornton, Zachary R/R 6’6” 220 5/19/1988 Oak Park, CA 23rd/10 Vidal, Pedro R/R 6’3” 194 7/31/1987 San Juan De La Maguana, DR NDFA/06 Catchers Lipkin, Ryan R/R 6’1” 205 10/8/1987 Vacaville, CA 24th/10 Nester, John R/R 6’1” 210 5/28/1989 Huntington, WV 39th/10 Petitti, Daniel R/R 6’1” 190 5/12/1988 Roswell, GA 37th/10 Infielders Castillo, Gernaldo R/R 5’11” 150 7/17/1989 Barquisimeto, VN NDFA/06 Fabiaschi, Michael R/R 5’11” 185 8/17/1988 Torrington, CT 38th/10 Kirby-Jones, A.J. R/R 5’10” 215 10/2/1988 Knoxville, TN 9th/10 Kirkland, Wade R/R 5’10” 180 4/4/1989 Lakeland, FL 11th/10 Leyja, Nino R/R 5’10” 170 10/2/1990 Houston, TX 15th/08 Luis, Marcos R/R 5’11” 180 11/27/1985 Santo Domingo, DR NDFA/04 Thompson, Tony R/R 6’4” 219 12/19/1988 Reno, NV 6th/10 Outfielders Bercume, Jeff L/R 5’9” 185 6/15/1987 Leicester, MA NDFA/10 Hurley, Zachary L/L 6’0” 200 5/27/1987 Lubbock, TX 29th/10 Landaeta, Douglas R/R 6’1” 170 11/25/1988 Cabudare, VZ NDFA/06 Tripp, Jordan R/R 6’4” 215 10/27/1989 La Palma, CA 7th/10 Whitaker, John R/R 6’3” 235 2/8/1989 Grovetown, GA 25th/10 Field Staff Rick Magnante Manager Casey Myers Hitting Coach Craig Lefferts Pitching Coach Chris Borgard Strength/Conditioning Travis Tims Head Trainer
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Pitchers B/T Ht Wt DOB Hometown How Acquired (RD/YR) Carmona, Rogelio R/R 6’3” 210 8/30/1989 Bani, DR NDFA/07 Ebinger, Brent R/L 6’0” 190 6/30/1988 Gallatin, TN 32nd/10 Figueroa, Eduardo R/R 6’1” 185 11/30/1988 Barquisimeto, VZ NDFA/07 Fitzgerald, Dustin R/R 6’4” 210 12/6/1989 Marshall, TX 19th/10 Greathouse, Cameron L/L 6’1” 190 7/29/1990 Columbus, GA 8th/10 Hatley, Marcus R/R 6’5” 190 3/26/1988 Honolulu, HI 39th/06 Jokisch, Eric R/L 6’3” 180 7/29/1989 Virginia, IL 11th/10 Kirk, Austin L/L 6’1” 200 5/22/1990 Owasso, OK 3rd/09 Kurcz, Aaron R/R 6’0” 175 8/8/1990 Las Vegas, NV 10th/10 Loosen, Matthew R/R 6’2” 205 4/10/1989 Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 23rd/10 Mincone, John L/L 6’1” 215 7/23/1989 Dix Hills, NY 11th/09 Mitchell, Tarlandas R/R 5’8” 195 3/9/1990 Nacogdoches, TX 22nd/08 Perez, Marcos L/L 6’1” 175 1/1/1990 Barahona, DR NDFA/06 Quezada, Andres S/R 5’11” 170 3/15/1986 San Jose De Los Llaros, DR NDFA/06 Rojas, Carlos E R/R 6’1” 170 5/22/1990 Caracas, VZ NDFA/07 Serrano, Juan Yasser R/R 5’10” 220 3/3/1988 Villa Clara, Cuba NDFA/10 Sosa, Alvaro L/R 6’0” 181 6/7/1986 Santiago, DR NDFA/04 Catchers Gibbs, Micah S/R 5’11” 223 7/27/1988 Pflugerville, TX 3rd/10 Guevara, Jose R/R 6’1” 180 3/17/1988 Anaco, VZ NDFA/05 Vigurs, Jeff L/R 6’0” 190 3/10/1988 South Windsor, CT 22nd/10 Infielders Alcantara, Arismendy S/R 5’10” 160 10/29/1991 Santo Domingo, DR NDFA/08 Darvill, Wes L/R 6’2” 175 9/10/1991 Langley, Canada 5th/09 Jones, Richard L/R 6’0” 215 1/31/1988 Sumter, SC 9th/09 LePage, Pierre R/R 5’8” 168 2/23/1989 Wolcott, CT 13th/10 Matheus, George R/R 6’0” 170 7/21/1988 Ville De Cura, VZ NDFA/07 May, Brandon R/R 6’1” 205 1/7/1988 Roswell, GA 36th/09 Soto, Elliot R/R 5’9” 160 8/21/1989 Carpentersville, IL 15th/10 Outfielders Huseby, Christopher R/R 6’7” 220 1/11/1988 Duluth, MN 11th/06 Morelli, Jesus R/R 6’3” 180 4/25/1990 Cabello, VZ NDFA/08 Na, Kyung-Min L/L 5’10” 170 12/12/1991 Seoul, South Korea NDFA/10 Ramirez, Alvaro L/L 5’9” 160 4/5/1986 Santiago, DR FA/09 Szczur, Matthew R/R 6’1” 190 7/20/1989 Cape May, NJ 5th/10 Field Staff Jody Davis Manager Ricardo Medina Hitting Coach Jeff Fassero Pitching Coach Gary Van Tol Bench Coach Yi Chang Chiang Strength/Conditioning Aaron Larson Head Trainer
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Martinez Pitcher 39 Fray
Medina Seco Pryor Pitcher 38 Yoervis Pitcher 34 Edlando 45 Stephen Pitcher
Snow Pitcher 30 Forrest
Sorce Pitcher 36 Chris
Thomas Pitcher 21 Eric
Burgoon 13 Tyler Pitcher
Baron catcher 18 Steven
Marcoe Jacquot catcher 19 Billy catcher 16 Jimmy
Mailloux infielder 10 Kevin
Phillips infielder 8 Anthony
Britton OUTfielder 12 Dwight
Kesler Pitcher 35 Willy
Kessinger Pitcher 14 Chris
Diaz Pitcher 23 Ogui
Arias Markovitz Pitcher Pitcher 26 Jonathan 40 Jason
Serrano infielder 2 Terry
Anston OUTfielder 3 Robbie
Sharpley infielder 11 Evan
Bello infielder 1 Fred
Gebbers Wiswall INfielder 9 Hawkins INfielder 17 Mickey
Royster OUTfielder 24 Ryan
Rivers OUTfielder 15 Kevin
2010 EVERETT AQUASOX Scott Steinmann Dorman Moreno pitching coach 22 hitting coach 46 Rich manager 20 Jose
Spyder Webb head athletic trainer
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WEBBLY’S WINDOW Did You Know…? ✮ Everett is closing in on its 1,000th win. At the close of the first half season, the AquaSox (and formerly Everett Giants) had 994 wins as a franchise. ✮ The AquaSox all-time best record came in 2002, when the Sox last made the playoffs. The ’02 club went 44-32, and was only outdone by the 1987 Everett Giants, who went 49-26.
Up, Down, Forwards, Backwards and Diagonally, find some of your favorite AquaSox players jumbled in the puzzle below!
✮ At the conclusion of the first-half season, the AquaSox held the best record in all of Short-Season Single-A at 27-11! This includes all NWL teams and the 14 teams on the east coast in the New York-Penn League. ✮ The AquaSox have already matched their mark in 2009 with three grand slam home runs. Jimmy Jacquot hit the first July 2nd, Mickey Wiswall cracked one July 11th and Kevin Mailloux cleared the bases July 17th. In 2009, Gerardo Avila, Ryan Royster and Ben Billingsley hit the slams.
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