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2014 SCHEDULE JUNE 2014 SUN PO Box 240061 • Anchorage, AK 99524-0061 Office: 907.561.2827 • Fax: 907.561.2920 E-Mail: gm@anchoragebucs.com

STAFF

General Manager ....................... Shawn Maltby Baseball Operations.................. Gary Lichtenstein Trainer.............................................. Lynne Young

2014 EVENTS & PROMOTIONS June 8.................. Military Appreciation Night– Pilots/@pilots (Split DH) at 2pm Sponsored by BP

June 9.................. Solidarity Night – Pilots at 7pm June 14 ............... Little League Night – Chinooks at 7pm

Two bikes will be given away. Little Leaguers in uniform get in for free!

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Two Alaska Railroad tickets to Denali will be given away.

July 18-20 ......Scouts Showcase Weekend – Little Leaguers in uniform get in free! July 18 – United Way Night - Pilots at 7pm July 19 – Kids Day - Miners at 7pm. Two Bikes will be given away.

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July 20 – ABL Home Run Derby at 1pm / ABL All-Star Game at 4pm

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July 24 ................ Alaskan Brewing Night – Miners at 7pm. Sample their fine brews! July 28 ................ Fan Appreciation Night – Panners at 7pm

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June 26 ............... Red Robin Night – Oilers at 7pm

July 8 ................... ASRC Night – Pilots at 7pm (1st game of Mayor’s Cup) July 10 ................ 94.7 “The End” Night – Pilots at 7pm (3rd game of Mayor’s Cup)

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June 22 ............... Breast Cancer Awareness Day – Oceanside Waves at 2pm

Two Alaska Railroad tickets to Denali will be given away.

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A festive day/night of Hispanic music, dance, and flavors. Two Alaska Railroad tickets to Seward will be given away.

July 7 ................... Pepsi Night – Chinooks at 7pm. Pepsi samples will be given away.

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June 21 ............... South of the Border Night – Miners at 5pm

Finale of fireworks at midnight after the games.

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LEGION CAMP ALL-STARS 7PM 7PM

@PANNERS @PANNERS DH 5PM 7PM

Proceeds of split the pot and a portion of the gate go to The Special Olympics Alaska

July 3 ................... Alaska USA Night – Panners at 7pm July 4 ................... Independence Day Celebration – Pilots/@pilots (Split DH) at 7pm*

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June 15 ............... Special Olympics/Father’s Day – Miners at 2pm

Wear pink to show your support and get into the game free! Two Alaska Railroad tickets to Seward will be given away. Sponsored by Movin 105.7

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ANNUAL MILITARY APPRECIATION DAY Double Header vs Anchorage Glacier Pilots Sunday, June 8th at 2pm Mulcahy Stadium All Military, retired or active and their families admitted free with Military ID to this event and all Anchorage Bucs Home Games* This Special Baseball Event Will Feature • JBER Joint Color Guard • Military Working Dog Display • Rolling Thunder Veterans Motorcycle Group • “Fallen Warrior” Ceremony w/Bugler • First Pitches By Elite Service Members • The Alaska Military Academy National Anthem Sung By Janine Stang “National Anthem Girl” On A Mission To Perform Our Anthem In All 50 States. Celebrating The 200thAnniversary Of The Star Spangled Banner Come To The Ballgame To Help Honor The Military And Enjoy A Hotdog And Two Highly Competitive Baseball Games *This Military free admission policy is not applicable to the July 4th Fireworks event.

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2014 BUCS IN THE PROS NAME

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MAJORS BELL, HEATH ..............................P ...................ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS ..................................1998 .................... NL CASTRO, JASON..........................C ...................HOUSTON ASTROS ..............................................2006 .................... AL DAVIS, IKE..................................INF ................PITTSBURG PIRATES ...........................................2006 .................... NL FRANCIS, JEFF............................P ...................COLORADO ROCKIES ..........................................2001 .................... NL GOLDSCHMIDT, PAUL .................INF ................ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS ..................................2008 .................... NL LEE, CHEN-CHANG .....................P ...................CLEVELAND INDIANS ..........................................2007 .................... AL PATTERSON, RED........................P ...................LA DODGERS.......................................................2008 .................... NL ROSS, TYSON .............................P ...................SAN DIEGO PADRES ...........................................2006 .................... NL SCHAFER, LOGAN .......................OF .................MILWAUKEE BREWERS .......................................2007 .................... NL SUZUKI, KURT ............................C ...................MINNESOTA TWINS.............................................2003 .................... NL WEAVER, JERED .........................P ...................LOS ANGELES ANGELS OF ANAHEIM....................2002 .................... AL WILSON, C. J. .............................P ...................LOS ANGELES ANGELS OF ANAHEIM....................2000 .................... AL

BUCS RETIRED FROM MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Mike Aldrete (‘86), Don August (‘82,’83), Brant Brown (‘91), David Bush (‘99), Mike Campbell (‘84), Scott Chiamparino (‘86), Brian Dallimore (‘93), Keith Foulke (‘93), Ed Giavanola, (‘89), Matt Ginter (‘97), Jerry Goff (‘84), Greg Gohr (‘89), Ryan Hancock (‘92), Jed Hansen (‘92, ‘93), Chuck Jackson (‘83), Geoff Jenkins (‘93), Bobby Jones (‘90), Kevin Jordan (‘87), Wally Joyner (‘82), Jeff Kent (‘87), Brooks Kieschnick (‘91, 92), Mike Lansing (‘88), Tim Layana (‘85), Kevin Maas (‘86), Mike MacFarlane (‘83), Mike Magnante (‘87), Damon Minor (‘94,’95), Brad Moore (‘85), Willie Morales (‘92), Calvin Murray (‘90,’91), Garrett Olson, (‘04), Chad Orvella (‘01), Al Osuna, (‘86), Bryan Petersen, (‘06), Adam Platt (‘86), Kevin Polcovich, (‘91) Tim Pugh (‘87), Erasmo Ramirez (‘96), Mark Redman (‘94), Matt Ruebel (‘90), Chris Russ (‘97), Kirk Saarloss (‘98), Darryl Scott, (‘84), Anthony Telford (‘86, ‘87), Tom Urbani (‘89), Kevin Wickander (‘85).

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2014 SCOUTS SHOWCASE FRIDAY JULY 18

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Chinooks vs Pilots

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Panners vs Miners

Oilers vs Panners

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Kids Night

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ABL Home Run Derby

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MEET THE LEAGUE

ALASKA BASEBALL LEAGUE 2014 SEASON LEAGUE MAILING ADDRESS .................435 West 10th Avenue, Suite B Anchorage, Alaska 99501 LEAGUE ADMINISTRATION: President: Umpiring........................James Clark – Oilers 1st VP Secretary ..............................Chris Beck – Chinooks 2nd VP Rules and Membership ......Pete Christopher – Miners 3rd VP ................................................Jon Dyson – Pilots 4th VP Marketing .............................Todd Dennis – Panners 5th VP Umpiring/Scheduling .........Shawn Maltby – Bucs League Spokesperson .....................Mike Baxter – (907) 283-6186

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

ANCHORAGE BUCS

ANCHORAGE GLACIER PILOTS

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PENINSULA OILERS

CHUGIAK-EAGLE RIVER CHINOOKS

GM: Shawn Maltby Baseball Operations: Gary Lichtenstein PO Box 240061 Anchorage, Alaska 99524-0061 Office: (907) 561-2827 Fax: (907) 561-2920 E-Mail: gm@anchoragebucs.com Web: www.anchoragebucs.com HC: Tony Cappuccelli, UNLV Field: Mulcahy Field - Turf Infield, Grass Outfield, Lights

GM: Todd Dennis PO Box 71154 Fairbanks, Alaska 99707 Office: (907) 451-0095, (619) 561-4581 Fax: (907) 456-6429, (619) 561-4581 E-Mail: todd@goldpanners.com Web: www.goldpanners.com HC: Mike Grahovac, Concordia University Irvine Field: Growden Memorial Park - Turf Infield, Grass Outfield, No Lights

GM: James Clark 601 S. Main St. Kenai, Alaska 99611 Office: (907) 283-7133 Fax: (907) 283-3390 E-Mail: gm@oilersbaseball.com Web: www.oilersbaseball.com HC: Kyle Richardson, University of Nevada Field: Coral Seymour Memorial Park Grass, No Lights

GM: Jon Dyson 435 W. 10th Ave, Suite A Anchorage, Alaska 99501 Office: (907) 274-3627 Fax: (907) 274-3628 E-Mail: gpilots@alaska.net Web: www.glacierpilots.com HC: Darren Westergard, Skagit Valley College Field: Mulcahy Field -Turf Infield, Grass Outfield, Lights

GM: Pete Christopher PO Box 2690 Palmer, Alaska 99645-2690 Home: (907) 746-4914 / Office (907) 745-6401 Fax: (907) 746-5068 E-Mail: generalmanager@matsuminers.org Web: www.matsuminers.org HC: Ben Taylor, Chandler-Gilbert CC Field: Hermon Brothers Field Grass, No Lights

GM: Chris Beck 651 Taylor Drive Xenia, Ohio 45385 Office: (937) 352-1237 Fax: (937) 352-1245 E-Mail: Chris.beck@athletesinaction.org Web: www.aiabaseball.org HC: Jon Groth, Tyler CC Field: Loretta French Field Grass, No Lights

LEAGUE FACTS: Founded in 1974, 6 teams, 40 league games and approx. 5 non-league games. Season begins play June 8, 2014 and ends July 31st, 2014. NBC member, wood/wood composite bats, Diamond baseball. ROSTER LIMIT: 26 plus exemption for Alaska residents. PLAYER ELIGIBILITY RULE: Open Except for drafted college seniors. PLAYER FORMAT: Regular Season League Champion qualifies for National Baseball Congress World Series if desires. Also, a Round Robin end of season tournament with Championship being 2-out-of-3 for final 2 teams to determine Playoff Champion.

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MEET THE COACHES 2014 ANCHORAGE BUCS

TONY CAPPUCCILLI HEAD COACH Tony Cappuccilli joins for his fourth season with the Anchorage Bucs as head coach. He is currently the assistant baseball coach at UNLV joining them from previous seasons as assistant coach at Irvine Valley College in California. He spent the summer of 2010 coaching in the Cape Cod League, and the summer of 2009 in Germany as an envoy Coach for Major League Baseball.

JOEL PEDRETTI ASSISTANT COACH Joel Pedretti joins the Bucs again for his second season as assistant coach. Joel is entering his second year with Merced College (CA) Blue Devils. After playing for Merced College in 2003-2004 he transferred to the University of Oklahoma where he was on two regional teams and a Super Regional team that was 5 outs from reaching the College World Series. Upon finishing playing, he was an Assistant coach at Merced High for two seasons before moving to Tennessee. Joel lives in Merced, CA.

DAN ELLIS PITCHING COACH Dan Ellis joins the Bucs again for his fourth season as pitching coach. He is currently an assistant coach of the Barons at Fountain Valley High School. After graduating from UC Riverside, Dan signed with the Atlanta Braves organization. Following his playing career, he coached the OCBA Barons and the Irvine Blue Wave.

“You gotta be a man to play baseball for a living, but you gotta have a lot of little boy in you too!” – Roy Campanella

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MEET THE TEAM

2014 ANCHORAGE BUCS ROSTER NUMBER

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PITCHERS 11............Lacosse ..............Trevor............Pitcher...........L/L ......... 5’10”....... 185 ..........JR .............Bryant University ..........................Watervliet, NY 16............Godzak ..............Alex ..............Pitcher...........L/L ......... 5’9”......... 180 ..........SO ............Canisius University ........................Syracuse, NY 17............Lenstrohm .........Peter .............Pitcher...........R/R ......... 6’2”......... 180 ..........JR .............University of Tennessee .................Paradise Valley, AZ 26............Manarino ...........Evan ..............Pitcher...........L/L ......... 6’1”......... 200 ..........JR .............UC Urvine ......................................Mission Viejo, CA 13............Heagarty ...........Ricky .............Pitcher...........R/R ......... 6’4”......... 185 ..........FR.............Austin Peay State ..........................Gallatin, TN 19............Diaz ...................Brandon ........Pitcher...........L/L ......... 6’1”......... 200 ..........SO ............Florida International .....................Pembroke Pines, FL 22............Marks ................Bret...............Pitcher...........R/R ......... 6’3”......... 190 ..........JR .............University of Tennessee .................Roswell, GA 14............Davis ..................Kyle...............Pitcher...........R/R ......... 6’0”......... 190 ..........RSO ..........UC Urvine ......................................Temecula, CA 28............Rogina ...............Cody..............Pitcher...........L/L ......... 5’11”....... 190 ..........SO ............UC Riverside ..................................Rancho Cucamonga, CA 12............Lambert.............Jimmy ...........Pitcher...........R/R ......... 6’1”......... 160 ..........FR.............Fresno State ..................................San Dimas, CA 27............Stewart..............Devon ...........Pitcher...........R/R ......... 6’2”......... 195 ..........JR .............Canisius University ........................Maple Ridge, BC 36............Brijia ..................Sean-Luke .....Pitcher...........R/R ......... 6’0”......... 190 ..........RSSO ........Gonzaga University .......................Reno, NV

CATCHERS 6..............Sanchez .............Mark .............Catcher ..........L/R ......... 5’10”....... 200 ..........SO ............Cal Baptist University ....................Corona, CA 20............West ..................Gage .............Catcher ..........L/R ......... 6’1”......... 210 ..........FR.............Florida State University .................Tallahassee, FL

INFIELDERS 21............Krueger..............Mark .............1B .................L/R ......... 6’5”......... 225 ..........SO ............Utah Valley State ...........................Draper, UT 24............Anderson ...........Josh ..............3B .................R/R ......... 6’0”......... 225 ..........RSJR .........Florida International .....................Scottsdale, AZ 23............Trosclair .............Stefan ...........2B .................R/R ......... 6’2”......... 195 ..........SO ............LSU Eunice/UL Lafayette ...............Sulphur, LA 25............Gridley ...............Mac ...............UTY ...............R/R ......... 6’4”......... 215 ..........JR .............Western Oregon University ...........Anchorage, AK 4..............Copeland ...........Garrett ..........SS/2B ............S/R ......... 5’10”....... 195 ..........FR.............Austin Peay State ..........................Bartlett, TN 2..............Reiten ................Cabe..............UTY ...............R/R ......... 6’0”......... 180 ..........SO ............Gonzaga University .......................Olympia, WA 8..............Palmer ...............Grant ............UTY ...............R/R ......... 5’11”....... 180 ..........RSSO ........UC Irvine .......................................El Suguno, CA

OUTFIELDERS 10............Stone .................Jacob ......... OF....................L/R ......... 6’1”......... 180 ..........FR.............Fresno State ..................................Carlsbad, CA 7..............Youngblood .......Jonathan.... OF....................R/R ......... 6’3”......... 180 ..........JR .............University of Tennessee .................Lexington, KY 15............Butler ................Dylan ......... OF....................R/R ......... 5’11”....... 210 ..........JR .............Louisiana Lafayette .......................Belle Chasse, LA 30............Ware ..................Tyler ........... OF/LHP ............L/L ......... 6’2”......... 200 ..........RSJR .........Texas A&M Corpus Christi ..............Omaha, NE 9..............Crowley .............Andy .......... OF....................L/L ......... 5’8”......... 170 ..........JR .............Cal Baptist University ....................Highland, CA

COACHES/STAFF ................Cappuccilli .........Tony ............Head Coach ......................................................................Irvine Valley College ................Pedretti..............Joel .............Hitting Coach ...................................................................Merced College ................Ellis ....................Daniel .........Pitching Coach .................................................................Orange Coast College ................Young ................Lynne ..........Trainer .............................................................................OPA - Anchorage, AK ................Maltby ...............Shawn ........General Manager .............................................................Anchorage, AK ................Lichtenstein .......Gary ............Director of Baseball Operations........................................Anchorage, AK

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MEET THE PLAYERS 2014 ANCHORAGE BUCS

JOSH ANDERSON Florida International l Third Base Hometown: Scottsdale, AZ Height: 6’ 0” l Weight: 225 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

SEAN-LUKE BRIJIA Gonzaga University l Pitcher Hometown: Reno, NV Height: 6’ 0” l Weight: 190 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

DYLAN BUTLER University of Louisiana Lafayette l Outfielder Hometown: Belle Chasse, LA Height: 5’ 11” l Weight: 210 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

GARRETT COPELAND Austin Peay State l Short Stop/Second Base Hometown: Bartlett, TN Height: 5’ 10” l Weight: 195 Bats: Switch l Throws: Right

“The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they don’t play together, the club won’t be worth a dime.” – Babe Ruth

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MEET THE PLAYERS 2014 ANCHORAGE BUCS

ANDY CROWLEY Cal Baptist University l Outfielder Hometown: Highland, CA Height: 5’ 8” l Weight: 170 Bats: Left l Throws: Left

KYLE DAVIS UC Urvine l Pitcher Hometown: Temecula, CA Height: 6’ 0” l Weight: 190 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

BRANDON DIAZ Florida International l Pitcher Hometown: Pembroke Pines, FL Height: 6’ 1” l Weight: 200 Bats: Left l Throws: Left

ALEX GODZAK Canisius University l Pitcher Hometown: Syracuse, NY Height: 5’ 9” l Weight: 180 Bats: Left l Throws: Left

MAC GRIDLEY Western Oregon University l Utility Hometown: Anchorage, AK Height: 6’ 4” l Weight: 215 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

RICKY HEAGARTY Austin Peay State l Pitcher Hometown: Gallatin, TN Height: 6’ 4” l Weight: 185 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

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MEET THE PLAYERS 2014 ANCHORAGE BUCS

MARK KRUEGER Utah Valley State l First Base Hometown: Draper, UT Height: 6’ 5” l Weight: 225 Bats: Left l Throws: Right

TREVOR LACOSSE Bryant University l Pitcher Hometown: Watervliet, NY Height: 5’ 10” l Weight: 185 Bats: Left l Throws: Left

JIMMY LAMBERT Fresno State l Pitcher Hometown: San Dimas, CA Height: 6’ 1” l Weight: 160 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

PETER LENSTROHM University of Tennessee l Pitcher Hometown: Paradise Valley, AZ Height: 6’ 2” l Weight: 180 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

EVAN MANARINO UC Irvine l Pitcher Hometown: Mission Viejo, CA Height: 6’ 1” l Weight: 200 Bats: Left l Throws: Left

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MEET THE PLAYERS 2014 ANCHORAGE BUCS

BRET MARKS University of Tennessee l Pitcher Hometown: Roswell, GA Height: 6’ 3” l Weight: 190 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

GRANT PALMER UC Irvine l Utility Hometown: El Suguno, CA Height: 5’ 11” l Weight: 180 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

CABE REITEN Gonzaga University l Utility Hometown: Olympia, WA Height: 6’ 0” l Weight: 180 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

CODY ROGINA UC Riverside l Pitcher Hometown: Rancho Cucamonga, CA Height: 5’ 11” l Weight: 190 Bats: Left l Throws: Left

MARK SANCHEZ Cal Baptist University l Catcher Hometown: Corona, CA Height: 5’ 10” l Weight: 200 Bats: Left l Throws: Right

DEVON STEWART Canisius University l Pitcher Hometown: Maple Ridge, BC Height: 6’ 2” l Weight: 195 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

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MEET THE PLAYERS 2014 ANCHORAGE BUCS

JACOB STONE Fresno State l Outfielder Hometown: Carlsbad, CA Height: 6’ 1” l Weight: 180 Bats: Left l Throws: Right

STEFAN TROSCLAIR LSU Eunice/UL Lafayette l Second Base Hometown: Sulphur, LA Height: 6’ 2” l Weight: 195 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

TYLER WARE Texas A&M Corpus Christi l Outfielder/Pitcher Hometown: Omaha, NE Height: 6’ 2” l Weight: 200 Bats: Left l Throws: Left

GAGE WEST Florida State University l Catcher/First Base Hometown: Tallahassee, FL Height: 6’ 1” l Weight: 210 Bats: Left l Throws: Right

JONATHAN YOUNGBLOOD University of Tennessee l Outfielder Hometown: Lexington, KY Height: 6’ 3” l Weight: 180 Bats: Right l Throws: Right

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Anchorage Bucs History 1980: Anchorage Adult League organized. The Cook Inlet Bucs were formed as a non profit baseball club. Bucs, coached by our General Manager Dennis Mattingly, play first game in Fairbanks against the Goldpanners. Bucs finish 7-19. Bucs are still not officially part of Alaska Baseball League, and play ABL teams in exhibition only. 1981: Bucs form a non-profit organization with an active Board of Directors. Bucs officially join the Alaska League. Fairbanks Goldpanners and North Pole Nicks are other members. Despite finishing 19-25 Bucs defeat defending N.B.C. champion Fairbanks four out of five games. 1982: Brigham Young sophomore Wally Joyner joins 1982 Bucs. In first competition against cross-town rival the Anchorage Glacier Pilots, Bucs play one of the most memorable Mulcahy Stadium games in 1980s. Chapman’s , Don August’s no hitter, shutout and victory are spoiled in ninth inning by Mark McGwire’s solo home run, handing Bucs a 1-0 loss. Outfielder Kerry Burns from the University of Arizona sets league record with four Home Runs in one game. Radio coverage begins and the World Famous Chicken is in the yard for his then yearly visit. 1983: Winning record of 32-21 under new manager Jerry McClain from Santa Clara. A winning record earned the Bucs a place in the NBC tournament in Wichita, KS. It was at this tournament that the Bucs set a National Baseball Congress record. The Bucs lost on a bases-loaded walk in the 19th inning and holds the record for the longest game played in NBC history. 1984: Name is officially changed from Cook Inlet Bucs to Anchorage Bucs. Bucs win 24 and lose 18. 1985: Bucs stumble to a record of a 12-39. Seven former Bucs sign professional contracts. 1986: Alaska League expands to eight teams, and in first game against Hawaii Island Movers, Jeff Bloom of Tufts Univ. pitches first no-hitter in Bucs history. 1987: Bucs are 27-21. Nine ex-Bucs are drafted to pro ranks. Infielder, Jeff Kent from Cal Berkley is a star to be. Todd Mayo of Cal-Berkely sets single season stolen base record with 52. Bucs finish second with a 27-18 overall. Bucs feature seven .300-plus hitters in lineup. 1988: Bucs sit out season to regroup financially. Bucs Booster Club is formed. Fourteen former Bucs are taken in the major league draft. 1989: Winning 13 of last 14 and five of six in Hawaii, Bucs capture their first Alaska League pennant. Pitcher Doug Tegtmeier of Nebraska posts a 10-0 record. Catcher Troy Buckley of Santa Clara sets team record 75 RBIs. 1990: Bucs celebrate 10 years by winning Alaska League crown. Bucs win Hawaii International crown. Outfielder Calvin Murray of Texas selected summer player of the year by Baseball America. Bobby Jones of Fresno State sets single-game strikeout record with 17 in loss to Hawaii at Mulcahy Stadium. 1991: Bucs win last 16 games of season to claim third straight Alaska League flag. Calvin Murray rejoins club and establishes Bucs records in stolen base percentage at .853, runs batted in (84), and runs scored (131). Nolan Ryan’s son, Reid Ryan of the University of Texas pitches for Bucs. Kodiak, Alaska’s home grown Pat Floyd leads the Bucs in hitting with a .366 average and nicknamed “Mr. Clutch” hitting .538 with runners in scoring position. Bucs continue their winning ways by winning the Hawaii International Invitational Tournament. University of Texas Brooks Kieschnick breaks club home run record with 16 and earns Alaska Player of the year and Baseball America’s summer Player of the Year. Bucs are chosen to play Team USA Baseball in special non-league series. Team USA takes two out of three to win series.

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Anchorage Bucs History 1992: Bucs place record five players on Baseball America’s All-American squad. A 44-13 record leads to continued # 1 status in the Alaska League. Kieschnick goes 6-0 with 1.26 ERA. Kieschnick wins American Baseball Coaches Association’s Dick Howser Award, and is selected as NCAA player of the year. Texas teammate Braxton Hickman bats .410 with a record 29-game hit streak to earn Alaska player of the Year. Bucs sweep exhibition series with the Moscow Red Devils,the perennial champions of Russia, winning six straight Russian League championships from 1990-1995. 1993: Coach Ed Cheff guides team to fifth consecutive Alaska League Championship and second in his two years. Bucs win Bucs Invitational and the Hawaii International Championship. Bucs win 5th straight Alaska League title. Southern Cal’s Geoff Jenkins hits .421 (2nd all-time high) He leads club with 10 HRs, 67 RBIs, a 19-game hitting streak, 146 total bases , 19 doubles with a record .723 slugging percentage on his way to become third Buc in four years to win Baseball America Summer Player of the Year Honors. Galveston Colorado’s Keith Foulke was the ace of the Bucs pitching staff. Keith finished with a 4-0 record and a sparkling 1.98 ERA. Opposing batters hit only .179 against Keith. 1994: Bucs lose Alaska League title to Fairbanks Goldpanners. Southpaw Mark Redman from the Univ. of Oklahoma pitches 2nd no-hitter in Bucs history. Stanford’s 1st baseman Dusty Allen returns for his third season and leads club with 37 RBIs. Bucs are once again chosen to play Team USA on their return from Japan in non-league series. Team USA with ex-Buc Geoff Jenkins take two out of three to win series. The Anchorage Bucs host the Japan Aichi All-Stars in Bucs Invitational series. 1995: A 23-26 record leads to 2nd place in the Alaska League. TCU pitcher Flint Wallace throws the 3rd no-hitter in Bucs history, and the first against an in-state rival. Bucs continue to serve as international “baseball ambassadors” by hosting the Korean National Team in Invitational Tournament. 1996: Mark O’Brien who began as a fiery former Bucs second baseman takes over the coaching duties of the Bucs and gains first winning season since 1993, while recapturing the Alaska League title. O’Brien who helped the Bucs win Alaska League pennants in 1990, 1991 and 1992 skippered the ‘96 Anchorage Bucs to a 33-21 record and their sixth Alaska League flag. Bucs finish second in Hawaii International Tournament. Bucs provide Alaska Player of the Year, in infielder Andrew Beinbrink. Beinbrink bats .359 with 10 homers and 55 RBI’s combining for a .646 slugging percentage, all team highs. 1997: Season marks the end of Mark O’Brien era with the Bucs. He leaves after his second year as coach and his fifth with the Bucs organization (three at second base). He guides the ‘97 Bucs to an overall 33-18 record to finish in third place in the Alaska League. The Bucs steal 166 bases, setting an Alaska League record. Texas Christian’s Royce Huffman leads club in hitting with .435 average. Southern Cal’s Brad Ticehurst claims home run title with 15. Pitcher Shawn Thompson of TCU goes 6-0, while Wesley Freeman of Oral Roberts goes a 6-2. Season is highlighted by a game with the Colorado Silver Bullets, the only current women’s professional baseball team in America. The Silver Bullets, managed by Phil Niekro, drew a record Mulcahy crowd of 6,525 fans. They saw the Bucs defeat Bullets 7 - 0. Bucs take the championship of their own Wood Bat Invitational, which featured the return appearance of the “Famous Chicken”. The Anchorage Bucs thank the Fairbanks Goldpanners, Mat Su Miners , Bay Area Stars and the San Francisco Seals for their participation in this very successful inaugural Wood Bat Invitational. 1998: The ABL and ABC merge under one Alaska Baseball League. Baum (composite wood) bats are initiated league wide. Under the first year tutelage of Head Coach Mike Oakland, the Bucs shared the ABL Championship with the Kenai Peninsula Oilers, won the Mayor’s Cup for the first time in six years with a sweep of city rival Anchorage Glacier Pilots, captured the second annual Wood Bat Invitational Championship for second time in a row and tied for 11th in the National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita Kansas. The Bucs finished with a 26-15 record and hit 280 as a team. Arizona state stand out utility player Andrew Beeinbrink leads Bucs in batting with a .351 average and 2nd on the club with 25 RBI’s, seven behind Stanfords catcher Damien Alvarado. Cal-State Fullerton’s George Carralejo shined on the mound going 5-2 with a 2.40 E.R.A. Vincent Boyanich, pitcher from Santa Clara had a perfect 4-0 season. The Bucs are the first ABL team to broadcast every game live over the internet via RealAudio on our web site. The Bucs hatch their new mascot, a lovable parrot that has the name of Beekmin. 1999: The Bucs produce an excellent season under Head Coach Mike Oakland, of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, grabbing 2nd place in the ABL and placing four players on the All-ABL Team. All ABL Team designation went to Bryan Anderson of Southwest Texas State at shortstop, Elliot Wheeler of Santa Clara as outfielder, Kurt Koshelnik as utility and Jeff Bruksch of USC as pitcher. The Bucs led the

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Anchorage Bucs History league in stolen bases with 105 with Bobby Womack of San Diego State leading the league with 18 steals. The Bucs won the Wood Bat Invitational for the third year in a row. Invitational awards went to the Bucs’ Bryan Anderson for most outstanding shortstop, Most Valuable Player to Chris Russ of Texas A&M, and most outstanding pitcher awarded to the Bucs’ Russ Morgan of Purdue. The Bucs competed in postseason play in the 65th Annual National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita, Kansas. Seeded 4th out of 32 teams going in, the Bucs took 4th place. All American Honors went to the Bucs’ Designated Hitter, Nick Day and catcher, Damien Alvarado of Stanford. The Bucs were named best defensive team with a staggering .985 fielding percentage and were named best dressed team at the NBC World Series. 1999 is also remembered for the completion and occupation of the newly constructed Bucs’ clubhouse and locker room down the third base line. 2000: The Bucs get off to a slow start and wind up the season with a 22-23 overall record, taking 5th place in the ABL and placing outfielder Nick Blankenship of Santa Rosa Jr. College on the 2000 All-Alaska Team. The Bucs picked up their play during the end of the season and took back the 11th annual Mayor’s Cup from the Anchorage Pilots. The Bucs continued their hot finish by winning their fourth straight Wood Bat Invitational and sixth title in nine years. This 2000 Wood Bat Invitational suffered much rain delays and eventually was shortened. Invitational awards went to the Bucs’ RHP Chris Bradshaw of Texas Christian Univ, third baseman Andy Topham of Stanford Univ. and center fielder Jay Garthwaite of the Univ. of Washington. The Bucs also welcomed Anchorage’s own Borealis Microbrewery, as the Bucs’ official beer served on draft at the ballpark. 2001: The Bucs played under the coaching of Coach Jim Yanko who was a former Glacier Pilot player. With one of the most formidable pitching staffs in Bucs history, they wind up third in the ABL with a 20 and 15 record. Their overall record was an impressive 31 and 19. Many team records were set. A club record 12 shutouts was posted by the Bucs. Bucs pitching staff record an incredible 33 consecutive shutout innings. Jeff Francis leads the staff with a club record ERA of 1.29 and a 7 and 1 record. Al Barbieri returns after 16 years. Barbieri became the oldest player at 42 to get a hit in the ABL. The Bucs win their 2nd consecutive Anchorage Mayor’s Cup and are Co-Champions of the Gillette Wood Bat Invitational. Their 7th title in 9 years. Update: 2001 Bucs pitcher and ABL Player of the year Jeff Frances was a first round selection of the Colorado Rockies. The highest Canadian collegiate drafted ever. 2002: The Bucs played under returning Coach Jim Yanko. Once again despite one of the better pitching staffs in Bucs history, they wind up third in the ABL with a 20 and 15 record. The Bucs overall record was 25 and 24. The Bucs place four players on the All-Alaska Team: Pitcher, Jered Weaver (Long Beach State) - Catcher, Sean Flynn (Texas Pan Am) - Outfielder, Terry Trofholz (TCU), and Utility star Joe Diefenderfer (Santa Clara Univ.). Pitcher Jered Weaver (older brother Jeff currently pitches for the Yankees), throws a no-hitter with 12 strikeouts in a seven inning Wood Bat Tournament game in front of many major league scouts and his dad. Weaver lead the staff with a club record ERA of 1.25 and a 5 and 1 record. Jered Weaver was selected to the 2002 Gillette Wood Bat All-Tournament Team as most outstanding pitcher. Shortstop Jerin Harper (Spokane Falls), and outfielder Marc Zamojc (Univ. of B.C.) also were selected to the All-Tournament Team. The Bucs give up the coveted Anchorage Mayor’s Cup to the Pilots and do not retain the Gillette Wood Bat Championship. 2003: The Bucs season was marred by many early and season ending injuries. The team ended the regular season in last place with a 12 and 22 league record and a 17 and 25 overall record. The Bucs regained the 14th annual Anchorage Mayor’s Cup. The team placed last in the Gillette Wood Bat Invitational. The Bucs place utility player Joe Jacobitz from the University of San Francisco and Georgia Tech’s right handed pitcher Andrew Kown on the All-ABL Squad. A memorable event was that of a single-engine Cessna 207 Skywagon with four people aboard crash-landing just outside the left field fence of Mulcahy Stadium. The pilot and three passengers aboard the plane, were treated at the scene and taken to hospitals. The wreck happened at 8:13 p.m. during the third inning of the game between the Anchorage Bucs and the Fairbanks Goldpanners. As the plane flew over the baseball field, the crowd noticed the plane and started yelling at players on the field to get out of the way. The Bucs’ outfielders scattered. A fitting metaphor for our 2003 season. 2004: Under a new coaching staff which consisted of Head Coach Matt Priess from the University of California, Berkeley, assistant coaches Jason Kelly of Cuesta University and Keith Vorhoff of Northeast Texas CC, the Bucs finished the ABL season in 2nd place with a league record of 21 and 14, and an overall record of 32 and 15. After winning eight of their last nine games, the Bucs awaited the last day of league play to determine the 1st and 2nd place ABL standings. The Bucs then won and retained the 15th annual Anchorage Mayor’s Cup. The Bucs have won four of the last five Cups. The Bucs place third baseman Issac Omura (.350, 19 extra base hits, slug- ging pct. .513, 28 RBIs) from the University of Hawaii, outfielder Brandon Roberts (.363, 31 runs) of Cal Poly, outfielder Travis Becktel (.315, 32 RBIs) of San Jose State and pitcher Garrett Olson (unanimous selection, 7-0, 0.88 ERA) of Cal Poly on the 2004 All-Alaska Baseball Team. Honorable mention went to Bucs closer Jon Wilson who went 4-1 with nine saves and a 1.04 ERA, struck out 26 and walked a mere 3 in 26 innings. Honorable mention also was given to outfielder Truan Mehl of the Univ. of Maryland who hit 293, stole 12 bases and “covered the earth” in center field. Because of their 2nd place ABL finish, the

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Anchorage Bucs History Bucs competed in post-season play in the 70th Annual National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita, Kansas. The Bucs took 7th place out of 46 teams competing, going 6 and 2 in the tournament. NBC’s Most Outstanding pitcher and All - American Honors went to Bucs’ starter Garrett Olson who pitched two games and did not allow an earned run. Olson wound up including his performance at Witchita with a mind staggering ERA of .68. He won every start he made in both the ABL and the NBC Tournament going a perfect 8 - 0. Truan Mehl led the club at the NBC with five extra base hits, a home run, four doubles and scored 6 runs. Brandon Roberts led the NBC with nine stolen bases. The Bucs led the NBC Tournament with 21 stolen bases. Championship. 2004 also found former Buc pitcher Jeff Francis named Baseball America’s Minor League Player of the Year and brought up to the majors with the Colorado Rockies. Buc pitcher Bryan Johnson signed with the Atlanta Braves organization during the 2004 Bucs season. 2005: The Bucs finished the ABL season in a disappointing 4th place with a league record of 14 and 20, and an overall record of 20 and 23. The Bucs retained the 16th annual Mayor’s Cup, having won Five out of the last Six Cups. The 2005 Bucs extended their recruiting areas to Taiwan, placing two Taiwan players on the Team. Both Taiwan players, Pitcher Tseng Sung-Wei and Shortstop Wang Shen-Wei went on to represent Taiwan in the 2006 World Baseball Classic. Former Buc Jeff Francis and current Colorado Rockies Pitcher represented Canada in the 2006 World Baseball Classic. The Bucs place Designated Hitter/ Infielder Jerin Harper (.317 Pct., .482 Slugging Pct., 52 Hits, 4 Home Runs, 28 RBI’s, 26 Runs Scored) from Pacific University and Pitcher Sung-Wei Tseng (1.95 ERA) from Taiwan College on the 2005 AllAlaska Baseball Team. Outfielder, Chris Raber from Coastal Carolina led the Bucs with 22 Steals, and an awesome Stolen Base Pct. of .957. Eighteen former Bucs are taken in the 2005 MLB Draft, with three in the first round. Pitchers, Jered Weaver by Anaheim, Wade Townsend by Tampa Bay and Garret Olson by Baltimore, (in 2009 he was traded to the Seattle Mariners. 2006: The Bucs looked back to their past and hire Mike Garcia who returns as Head Coach of the Team. Garcia had guided the Bucs to three straight ABL titles from 1989 thru ‘91. Also acquired is Pitching Coach Randy Kramer. Kramer pitched four seasons in the Majors with Pittsburgh and Seattle from 1988-1992. Under their guidance, the Bucs finish second in the ABL with a league record of 20-14 and an overall record of 26-19-1. The ABL Title came down to the last game with the Kenai Oilers. The Bucs lose 1-0, giving the title to the Kenai Oilers. The Bucs place five players on the 2006 All-ABL Team: Outfielder and ABL Player of the Year, University of CaliforniaIrvine’s Bryan Peterson (leads league with: .368 Batting Average, 4 Triples and 24 RBI’s), Arkansas-Little Rock’s Third baseman Robert Taylor (who leads league in Doubles with 13 and leads the Bucs with 3 Home Runs and 21 Runs Scored), Southern Illinois Outfielder Kevin Koski (.329 Batting Average, leads league with 34 Runs Scored and 56 Hits, provides Bucs with 24 Base on Balls and 27 Stolen Bases, with 15 RBI’s), Utility Player Jason Castro from Stanford and University of Hawaii Relief Pitcher Darrell Fisherbaugh. Eight former Bucs are taken in the 2006 MLB Draft. Former ‘02 Buc now Angels rookie pitcher Jered Weaver goes 7-0. Weaver is first Rookie since Valenzuela in 1981 to win first seven starts. 2007: The Bucs end up in 5th place with a league record of 13 and 22 and an overall record of 21 and 24. The Bucs place two players on the 2007 All-ABL Team: Sacramento State’s Infielder, Gabe Jacobo (leads league with 38 RBI’s, tied for second in ABL with 5 home runs, 4th on Bucs with a .442 Slugging Percentage, 4th on Bucs with 23 Runs Scored, 4th on Bucs with 44 Hits, ). University of San Francisco’s Outfielder, Kyle Morgan (3rd in the League in Batting with a .354 average, 2nd in ABL in doubles with 11, 5th in Triples with 3). Honorable mention was given to Angelo States First Baseman Clay Calfee (3rd in League in Hits with 54, 1st in League in doubles with 16, 2nd in League in RBI’s with 31). The Bucs post-season included an invitation to the WASABI (Western Association Semi-Pro Amateur Baseball Invitational) in San-Luis Obispo, California. The Bucs won this inaugural Invitational and claimed the Championship. 2008: The Bucs finish in 4th place with a league record of 15 and 20 and an overall record of 21-24. The Bucs place four players on the 2008 All-ABL First Team. Gonzaga second baseman Evan Wells batting .317, leads the Bucs in on base percentage with .516, 43 walks, 20 stolen bases, and runs scored with 33. UC Riverside pitcher Paul Bargas with a 2.40 ERA and 31 strike outs. UC Irvine pitcher Christian Bergman boasting 1.34 ERA and 2nd in the League in strike outs with 34. Designated hitter Paul Goldschmidt from Texas State with a .330 average leading the Bucs with 3 home runs, 28 RBI’s, 60 hits, 92 total bases, 20 doubles and a slugging percentage of .505. Bucs place 3 spots on the 2008 All-ABL 2nd Team, First Baseman and Silver Slugger Paul Goldschmidt and Player of the Year Christian Bergman. In the 2008 MLB draft, a record 21 former or current Bucs are drafted into the majors. Drew Gagnier of the University of Oregon and local pitcher Chad Nading of UNLV combine to throw the sixth no-hitter in the Bucs 28 year history. Former 2007 Buc and 2008 CWS Champs Fresno State sophomore third baseman Tommy Mendonca won the 2008 College World Series most outstanding player award. Former 93’ Buc and Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Geoff Jenkins wins 2008 World Series ring then retires. Future MLB Hall of Famer 87’ Buc Jeff Kent after playing much of his career with the SF Giants retires from the LA Dodgers. Unfortunately, 2008 saw vandals destroy the Bucs’ bus. The engine and batteries were set ablaze, windows shattered and all headlights and signal lights were punched out. No arrest was ever made.

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Anchorage Bucs History 2009: The Bucs finish in a strong 2nd place with a league record of 28 and 17, and an overall record of 31-17 under 1st year Head Coach Thom Dreier. The Bucs place four players on the 2009 All-ABL Team. Texas State third baseman Jason Martinson batting .293, leads the Bucs in hits with 49, runs scored with 35, and 13 stolen bases, 2nd in total bases at 73. Arizona State catcher Austin Barnes leads Bucs in doubles at 11, 2nd in home runs with 4, leading the Bucs with 15 extra-base hits. NC State outfielder Brian Bello leads Bucs in home runs with 6 (2nd in league), total bases at 74, 2nd in runs scored with 33, 2nd in hits at 47, 2nd in stolen bases with 12, tied for RBI’s at 26. Relief Pitcher from Georgia Tech, Kevin Jacob is named Top Pro Prospect with a phenomenal season. In 24 appearances, “the Bringer of Death” as he was known in the dugout, had an incredible .34 ERA with 12 saves, striking out 29 while giving up only 4 walks. On July 21 against AIA Fire, the Bucs complete fist triple play in their history, Arizona State Pitcher Jake Borup, to Pepperdine SS Vincej, to UC Riverside first baseman Brian McConkey! 2010: On Tuesday, April 15th, Bucs General Manager, Dennis Mattingly and Anchorage police find a dead man frozen in the snow in the Bucs dugout. This event foretold the beginning of a bleak season for the Bucs. Bucs initiate newly installed Field Turf infield and foul areas at Mulcahy Stadium. The Bucs finish in 4th place with a league record of 17-27, and an overall record of 22-33-1, under 1st year Head Coach T.J. Bruce. The Bucs place two players on the 2010 All-ABL Team. Nebraska starting pitcher Casey Hauptman, leading the Bucs with 50 innings pitched, a startling 23-3 strikes to base on balls ratio, and possessing a 2.16 ERA. Winthrop relief pitcher Justin Hopper, ends season with a 1.0 ERA in 14 appearances and leads the Bucs in saves with 4. Wake Forest starting pitcher Zach White earns spot on All-ABL 2nd Team with a 2.53 ERA, tops the Bucs in innings pitched with 53.1. Southern Illinois Outfielder Chris Serritella leads Bucs with a .386 slugging percentage, 53 hits, and 71 total bases. Pepperdine infielder, Zach Vincej fronts Bucs in runs scored with 24, 25 doubles, and 15 stolen bases. 2011: The Bucs finish in 4th place with a league record of 16-20, and an overall record of 22-32, under 1st year Head Tony Cappuccilli out of Irvine Valley. The Bucs place seven players on the 2012 All-Star Team. San Jose State Infielder Jake Valdez who led the Bucs in runs scored (25), hits (44), on base percentage (.430), rbi’s (27), walks (43) and stolen bases (18). Hofstra Infielder Logan Davis. Dallas Baptist Boomer Collins who led Bucs in home runs (3) and total Bases (55), 1st in league in triples (3), 3rd in league in stolen bases (10). Pitchers: Georgia Tech’s Conner Kendrick who led the Bucs in wins (4) and ERA (1.16). Texas State Hunter Lemke who led the Bucs in saves (2) and opposing batting average of (.153). Pepperdine Brian Mcilhenny and Texas State Kyle Finnegan. The Bucs top hitter was Matthew Harjung of Missouri Baptist with a batting average of (.327). Seven former Bucs were taken in the 2011 MLB Draft. 2012: The Bucs enter the dawn of a new era with Shawn Maltby as our new General Manager, the second General Manager in Bucs History. The Bucs finish in 2nd place with a league record of 21-19, and an overall record of 25-22, under 2nd year Head Coach Tony Cappuccilli from Irvine Valley. The Bucs set a new ABL Home Run record of a staggering 56 with Cal Baptist Univ. Outfielder Zach Esquerra leading the club with (8). The Bucs place eight players on the 2012 1st and 2nd ABL All-Star Team. Univ. of LouisianaLafayette Utility Player Chase Compton selected as Player of the Year and Silver Slugger. Chase leads the Bucs in Batting avg. (.390), Slugging pct. (.649), On base pct. (.464), Runs scored (36), Hits (60), Doubles (11), Total bases (100), tied Runs batted in (28), triples (4). Univ. of California-San Diego Outfielder Danny Susdorf led Bucs in stolen bases (20), Texas State Pitcher Scott Grist led Bucs in ERA (.183), and tied in wins (4), Univ. of Nevada Pitcher Braden Shipley, selected as Top Prospect leads Bucs in saves (7), and Games finished (15), St. Mary’s Univ. Outfielder Brenden Kalfus led Bucs in total plate appearances (187), Michigan State Pitcher Mike Theodore led Bucs in Innings pitched (48), Univ. of Louisiana-Lafayette Third Baseman Ryan Leonards and UC Riverside Pitcher Ben Doucette. Franklin Pierce Univ. Infielder Zach Mathieu wins ABL Home Run Derby. Bucs tie for Coaching Staff of the Year. Five former Bucs were taken in the 2012 MLB Draft. 2013: The Bucs finish in 2nd place with a league record 0f 20-15 and an overall record of 29-17, under 3rd year Head Tony Cappuccilli of UNLV. The Bucs have 9 players selected for 1st and 2nd All-ABL designation. Including Louisiana Lafayette catcher Michael Strentz who leads Bucs with a .415 Batting Average and 4 HR, St. Marys University infielder Collin Fergurson who leads Bucs with 21 Hits and 19 Runs Scored, Louisiana Lafayette infielder Ryan Leonards leading Bucs with 20 RBIs, Cal Baptist University outfielder Andrew Crowley who leads Bucs with 35 Hits, Gonzaga University pitcher Andrew Sopko, St. Marys University Outfielder/Pitcher Anthony Gonsolin, Texas State Pitcher Trevor Renfro, Cal Baptist Pitcher David Herd and Fresno States Garrett. Mundell who is named ABL Pitcher of the Year with a lead leading 0.63 ERA, Six Former Bucs are selected in the 2013 MLB Draft, including 2011, 2012 Buc, Nevada Reno Pitcher Braden Shipley in Round 1, by the Arizona Diamondbacks. Bucs win the Mayor’s Cup. Brennan Henry stymied the Glacier Pilots’ batters earning a complete-game shutout in game one of the Cup. Starter Garrett Mundell struck out six and allowed only two hits over eight innings, while Anthony Gonsolin closed in out to win the Cup. The Bucs are awarded an Anchorage Press “Pick” in the Best Local Sports Teams Category. 2008 Former Buc, D-Backs Paul Goldscmidt has break out year achieving the 2013 NL Hank Aaron Award, NL Home Run co-Leader, NL RBI Leader, Gold Glove Award and the Silver Slugger Award.

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I, ______________________________ the parent/guardian of ______________________________give permission for my child to participate in the Youth Baseball Camp conducted by the Anchorage Bucs Inc. I understand all registration fees and costs for the clinic are paid by individual and local business sponsorship donations. There is no direct charge or cost to the youth participant. ____Yes ____No I give my child persmission to be photographed as part of his/her participation in the Anchorage Bucs Youth Camps, understanding that photos taken during these sessions will only be used to promote the activities of this camp and may be used on the Bucs’ website. Food Allergies? _____________________________________ Signature:__________________________________________ *Parent’s signature if under 18 years of age

3 ways to register: 1. Mail directly to: 435 W. 10th Ave, Suite B, Anchorage, AK 99501 2. Bring this form with you to the field the day of the camp 3. Register online at www.anchoragebucs.com

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Join the Anchorage Bucs in striking out breast cancer at our 7 th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Night! Sunday, June 22, 2014 2pm Mat-Su Miners vs. Anchorage Bucs Show your support and wear pink to get into the ball game free on Breast Cancer Awareness Day at Mulcahy. Game worn pink hats will be auctioned off during the game. You may pick them up after the 9 th inning.

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The Anchorage Bucs thank ACS for their support and their generosity

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A baseball game is scored by using a special “shorthand”, a combination of letters, numbers, and hand-drawn lines.

PLAYER

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Smith, J.

First fill out the lineup with the players’ names, uniform numbers, 29 and positions. Next sit back and watch the ball game. Look at the partial scorecard below. By reading the position numbers, you’ll see that center fielder, 2nd baseman, catcher, and right fielder are the players who batted in this inning. This scorecard, like others, provides a diamond to represent the playing field.

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Smith singles through the middle infield. A line is drawn from home through the infield to show the path of the ball. Another line is drawn from home to first. Lines are used to show the runner’s progress around the base path. A “1B” is written along the first base line to show that Smith hit a single. Lawson strikes out. “K” is used to show the strikeout and the out number is written in the corner and circled. Henry is up next. During his time at bat, Smith steals 2nd. A line in Smith’s score box is drawn from 1st to 2nd. “SB17” is written to show that he stole 2nd while Henry was at bat.

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Henry draws a walk. Jones is up next and hits into a double play. Henry is forced out at second, Jones at first. As each player moves around the base path, use lines, player numbers, and abbreviations to show how he made it to each base. When the player finally arrives homes, shade in the diamond. It will make it easier to spot the runs.

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2014 Home Team Scorecard # Player

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3rd

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TAKE A SEAT AT MULCAHY Welcome to the new and improved Mulcahy Stadium, home of the Anchorage Bucs. Mulcahy stadium is named after Alaska Railroad conductor Bill Mulcahy. He was active in Little League and the Alaska Baseball League. The Bucs hope you enjoy your 2014 season. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE & FOOD CONSUMPTION The Municipality of Anchorage prohibits alcoholic beverages beyond the stadium walls. You are not permitted to bring alcoholic beverages, glass bottles or food into the Stadium. DO NOT TAKE ALCOHOL OUTSIDE THE STADIUM!

ANIMALS Service dogs are the only animals allowed inside the Mulcahy Stadium with the exception of authorized permission from the Bucs Management.

AUTOGRAPHS Players and coaches will be available to sign autographs after the games behind the Bucs Clubhouse.

CAMERA & VIDEO EQUIPMENT Cameras and video equipment are allowed in the ballpark but flash photography is prohibited during the games.

CONCESSION STAND The concession stand offers the best baseball food in the league. Fans can enjoy the best hotdogs and hamburgers in the North. Ice cold fountain sodas, ice cream, candy, nachos, hot chocolate and coffee are just a few of the taste-tempting items the concession offers.

HANDICAP ACCESS Wheelchair accessible seating is available in the grandstand area, behind home plate.

GATES Gates are open one hour before the scheduled game time.

LOST & FOUND Lost & Found items can be turned into the Anchorage Bucs Souvenir Stand, located to the left of the entrance gates, behind the third base box seats. The Bucs are not responsible for items left after the final game of the season.

LOST PARENTS & FOUND CHILDREN Lost parents or children should go to the Anchorage Bucs Souvenir Stand, located to the left of the entrance gates, behind the third base box seats. We will assist in locating the individual.

RESTROOMS Restroom facilities are located adjacent to the Anchorage Bucs Clubhouse and behind the concession stand.

SMOKING Mulcahy Stadium is a non-smoking facility within the seating areas, food and drink service areas, and entrances.

DISCLAIMER For your safety the Bucs would like to remind you that balls, bats and even players, may leave the field during the course of the game. The Anchorage Bucs and the Municipality are not liable for any damaged or injury caused to you or your vehicle by these potential hazards.

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Be A Part Of The Bucs Family The Anchorage Bucs are looking for new house parents for the 2014 season! See a side of summer baseball you’ve never seen before!

Please call the Bucs Office at 561-2827 if you are interested in this unique opportunity.

Benefits:

• VIP Season tickets for the 2015 Season • Tickets are good for all ABL games (some exclusions apply)

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Be A Part Of The Bucs Family

. . . n u F e Join th ! m a e T e Join th It takes a Volunteer Team ALL YEAR LONG to build a great Anchorage Bucs Team each season! 2014 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

BOOSTER CLUB OFFICERS

President ...................... AnnaBell Stevens 1st Vice President ......... Mike Marchant 2nd Vice President ........ Ray Reynolds Secretary ...................... Lisa Marshall Treasurer ...................... Rick Tuttle Member at Large.......... Shane Mattingly Member at Large.......... Bud Walters Palmatarian ................. Gary Lichtenstein

President ...................... Marcus King 1st Vice President ......... Kim Marchant 2nd Vice President ........ Vera Crews Secretary ...................... Mark Wistoff Treasurer ...................... Robyn Valentine

BOARD MEMBERS Rodney Crews Vera Crews Debbie Fajardo Dino Fajardo

Jeannie Elam Marcus King Kim Marchant Jeff Blake

Diane Owens Steven Packel Marty Pigg Brenda Tuck

Robyn Valentine Jim Anderson

Call the Anchorage Bucs Office at 907-561-2827 to find out more about the Anchorage Bucs Board of Director and Anchorage Bucs Booster Club Opportunities! Anchorage Bucs 2014 61


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