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BRENNAN BOESCH OUTFIELDER Height: 6’6 Weight: 210 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: April 12, 1985 (24) in Santa Monica, CA Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 3rd round of the 2006 draft

Full name: Brennan P. Boesch

2009 SEASON

Spent the entire season with Double-A Erie, hitting .275 (145-527) with 28 HR and 93 RBI in 131 games...had a 10-game hitting streak from May 1-11, hitting .410 (16-39)had 5 RBI on June 9 vs. Portland...had a 13-game hitting streak from July 5-25, hitting .362 (21-58)...smacked 2 HR on August 1 vs. Reading...was named Eastern League Batter of the Week July 20-27...was a mid-season and post-season All-Star with Erie...led all Detroit minor leaguers with 28 HR and 93 RBI...led the Eastern League in at-bats (527), HR (28), outfield assists (15), total bases (269) and extra-base hits (61)...finished 3rd in RBI (93), 3rd in strikeouts (127), 3rd in slugging percentage (.510), 3rd in triples (7), 4th in runs scored (89), and 5th in hits (145)...played with Leones del Escogido in the Dominican Republic following the regular season, hitting .212 (14-66) in 18 games...named the 25th best prospect in the Detroit system following the season by Baseball America.

CAREER

2008: Tied for third in the Florida State League with eight triples. 2007: Tied for 3rd in the Midwest League with 513 at-bats, while he finished 5th with 86 RBI...posted a season-best 12-game hitting streak May 30-June 10, batting .370 (17-46) with two doubles, three home runs and 15 RBI...led the Midwest League with 27 RBI during June...named the 24th-best prospect in the Tigers organization following the season by Baseball America. 2006: Selected to participate in the New York-Penn League’s all-star game...led the league with 54 RBI, while he was 2nd with 292 at-bats and 85 hits, 3rd with 127 total bases and tied for 4th with six triples and 26 extra-base hits...posted an 11-game hitting streak August 13-25, batting .372 (16-43) with seven runs scored, four doubles, a triple and nine RBI...named the 16th-best prospect in the Tigers organization following the season by Baseball America.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended the University of California-Berkeley...honorable mention All PAC 10 conference honors in 2006, hitting .313 with 42 RBI in 54 games...was an all PAC 10 Conference selection in 2005, hitting .355 with 33 RBI in 57 games...attended HarvardWestlake High School (CA)...resides in Los Angeles, CA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Detroit in the 3rd round of the 2006 draft.

BRENNAN BOESCH’S CAREER RECORD

YR TEAM 06 Oneonta 07 W. Michigan 08 Lakeland 09 Erie Minor Lg. Totals

AVG. G AB R .291 70 292 27 .267 126 513 52 .249 111 417 46 .275 131 527 89 .269 438 1749 214

H 85 137 104 145 471

2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 15 6 5 54 21 42 3 19 4 10 86 23 81 15 17 8 7 64 36 90 3 26 7 28 93 33 127 11 77 25 50 297 113 340 32

EDDIE BONINE RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER

Height: 6’5 Weight: 225 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: June 6, 1981 (28) in Columbus, GA Obtained: Selected by Detroit from San Diego in the Rule 5 draft on December 8, 2005 Full name: Eddie Keith Bonine

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2009 SEASON

Made the Tigers roster out of Spring Training, marking the first time he appeared on an Opening Day roster at the major league level…established career-bests with 2.2 innings of relief and four strikeouts on April 13 versus the Chicago White Sox…optioned to Triple-A Toledo on April 24…threw a complete game in a loss on May 19 at Charlotte (allowed two runs in eight innings of work)…compiled a 2.31 ERA (9 ER/35.0 IP) in five starts during May — eighth in the International League with a 2.31 ERA during the month…on Toledo’s temporarily inactive list June 4-22…re-called by Detroit on July 24equaled a career-high with four strikeouts in a spot start for Detroit in the night game of a day-night doubleheader versus the Chicago White Sox...optioned back to Toledo following the game…re-called by Detroit on August 14 — did not appear in a game with the Tigers before being optioned back to Toledo on August 18…joined the Tigers for his fourth stint with the club after being re-called for the remainder of the season on September 1…started three games for the Tigers in September, compiling a 1-1 record and 2.70 ERA (5 ER/16.2 IP)…carried a no-hitter through five innings on September 25 at Chicago’s U.S. Cellular Field against the White Sox-suffered the loss after allowing two unearned runs over 6.2 innings of work…posted a 1-1 record and 2.66 ERA (6 ER/20.1 IP) in five outings (three starts) during September for the Tigers.

CAREER

2008: Spent most of the season pitching for Triple-A Toledo, going 12-4 with an ERA of 4.15 (49 ER/106.1 IP) in 17 games (all starts)...was 8-0 with an ERA of 3.09 in his first eight starts of the year...struck out a season-high eight batters on April 29 at Louisville...had his contract purchased by Detroit on June 14...made his MLB debut on the same day vs. Los Angeles (NL) - earned the win (5.1 IP/9 H/6 ER/0 BB/2 K)...earned his 2nd ML win on June 27 vs. Colorado (8.0 IP/5 H/1 ER/0 BB/2 K)...went 2-1 in 5 starts before being optioned to Double-A Erie for a start on July 14 (took a loss)...promoted back to Toledo on July 21...named IL Pitcher of the Week July 21-28...went 3-2 in 5 more Triple-A starts...placed on the disabled list August 11 (right shoulder strain-torn lat muscle) ending his season...went 13-0 in 16 starts from 7/27/07 to 5/27/08. 2007: Spent the majority of the season with Double-A Erie, going 14-5 with a 3.90 ERA (67 ER/154.2 IP) in 25 games (all starts)...struck out a season-high 7 batters on two occasions with Erie...was 5-0 with a 1.11 ERA from June 23-July 16...went 6.0 or more innings in 19 of his 26 overall starts on the year...made one start for Triple-A Toledo on August 31 at Columbus and earned the win (8.0 IP/7 H/2 ER/1 BB/4 K)...finished the year 2nd in the Eastern League in wins (14), 3rd in innings pitched (154.2), and 1st in BB/9.0 IP (1.34)...established career-highs in wins (15), starts (26), and innings (162.2). 2006: Spent most of the year with Single-A Lakeland, going 4-4 with an ERA of 3.98 (47 ER/106.1 IP) in 41 games (11 starts)...worked out of the bullpen from April 6-June 28 ...worked 2.0 innings or more 9 times...entered rotation - made 11 starts with Lakeland from July 3-August 28...struck out a season-high 9 batters on two occasions ...made a start for Double-A Erie on September 3 and took the loss (6.0 IP/8 H/6 ER/0 BB/2 K). 2005: Spent most of the year with Single-A Lake Elsinore, going 5-6 with an ERA of 6.47 (75 ER/104.1 IP) in 36 games (10 starts)...struck out a season-high 8 batters on August 3...made a relief appearance for Triple-A Portland on September 2 and picked up a win (struck out five of the seven batters he faced). 2004: Started the season with Single-A Fort Wayne, going 2-1 with an ERA of 1.98 in 5 starts from April 8-30...struck out a season-high 9 batters on April 19 versus Beloit ...promoted to Single-A Lake Elsinore in May and went 5-10 with an ERA of 5.53 the rest of the season in 21 starts...struck out six or more batters on 10 occasions on the year. 2003: Spent his first professional season with Single-A Eugene in the Northwest League, going 1-2 with 14 saves and an ERA of 3.78 in 31 games (all relief)...garnered eight saves in nine games from July 3-21...allowed just 1 ER in his final 12 games (14.2 IP)...named to the Northwest League post-season all-star team

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Mountain Ridge High School...attended Glendale Community College (199901)...transferred to Washington State University (2001-02), going 8-8 with a 6.36 ERA named honorable mention for the All-PAC 10 team...transferred to the University of Nevada for the 2002-03 season, going 5-6 with a 5.84 ERA...resides in Glendale, AZ.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally drafted by Arizona in the 20th round of the 2001 draft (did not sign)...drafted by San Diego in the 23rd round of the 2003 draft...selected by Detroit in the minor league phase of the Rule 5 Draft on December 8, 2005.

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EDDIE BONINE’S CAREER RECORD YR 03 04

TEAM Eugene Fort Wayne Lake Elsinore 05 Lake Elsinore Portland 06 Lakeland Erie 07 Erie Toledo 08 Erie Toledo DETROIT 09 Toledo DETROIT Minor Lg. Totals Major Lg. Totals

W-L 1-2 2-1 5-10 5-6 1-0 4-4 0-1 14-5 1-0 0-1 12-4 2-1 4-5 1-1 49-39 3-2

ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 3.78 31 0 0 14 33.1 32 15 14 10 33 1.98 5 5 0 0 27.1 25 11 6 3 31 5.45 21 21 0 0 112.1 121 82 68 39 96 6.47 36 10 0 0 104.1 142 88 75 42 77 0.00 1 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 5 3.98 41 11 0 1 106.1 108 62 47 27 83 9.00 1 1 0 0 6.0 8 6 6 0 2 3.90 25 25 0 0 154.2 159 77 67 24 73 2.25 1 1 0 0 8.0 7 2 2 1 4 2.45 1 1 0 0 3.2 4 2 1 2 1 4.15 17 17 0 0 106.1 107 53 49 18 69 5.40 5 5 0 0 26.2 36 19 16 5 9 4.41 17 17 0 0 102.0 112 54 50 16 51 4.46 10 4 0 0 34.1 40 19 17 12 19 4.52 197 109 0 15 766.1 825 452 385 182 525 4.87 15 9 0 0 61.0 76 38 33 17 28

BROOKS BROWN RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER

Height: 6’3 Weight: 212 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: June 20, 1985 (24) in Statesboro, GA Obtained: Acquired in a trade with Arizona on April 2, 2009

Full name: Brooks Steven Brown

2009 SEASON

Split the season between Double-A Erie and Triple-A Toledo...had a no decision in his first start of the year but then won 5 straight starts with Erie...promoted to Toledo on May 14 and lost his first 6 starts...longest outing of the year was May 30 vs. Charlotte (8.0 IP)...struck out a season-high 5 batters on June 16 at Scranton/WB...lost 6 of his final 7 starts of the year with Toledo.

CAREER

2008: Spent the entire season with Double-A Mobile...named to the Southern League regular season All-Star team despite leading the league with 15 losses...struck out a seasonhigh 8 batters on April 19 at Charlotte in 5.0 innings...from June 29-July 20, went 3-1 in 4 starts with a 0.78 ERA (2 ER/23.0 IP) with 20 strikeouts. 2007: Split the season between Single-A Visalia and Double-A Mobile...made his first start with Visalia on April 7 and would not lose a decision until May 19, a span of 8 games, going 4-0 with a 2.45 ERA...named to the California League’s regular season All-Star team...did not allow a HR until his 13th start (67.0 IP)...held right-handed hitters to a .191 average...promoted to Double-A Mobile on June 23...tossed a season-high 7.0 shutout innings twice (Aug 12 and 24)...struck out a season-high 11 batters and allowed just 2 hits on August 12. 2006: Started his professional career with Single-A Yakima in the Northwest League, going 0-2 with a 3.42 ERA in 13 games (1 start)...held right-handers to a .175 average.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended the University of Georgia...appeared in the College World Series with Georgia in 2006...graduated from Portal (GA) High School where he was also the QB of the football team...struck out a school record 162 batters in 81.0 IP as a senior in high school...resides in Portal, GA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Atlanta in the 21st round of the 2003 draft (did not sign)...drafted by Arizona as a sandwich pick between 1st & 2nd round (34th overall) in the 2006 draft...acquired by Detroit from Arizona on April 9, 2009 for C James Skelton.

BROOKS BROWN’S CAREER RECORD

YR 06 07

TEAM Yakima Visalia Mobile 08 Mobile 09 Erie Toledo Minor Lg. Totals

W-L 0-2 6-3 4-4 6-15 5-0 3-13 24-37

ERA 3.42 2.81 3.66 4.18 2.21 4.71 3.80

G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 13 1 0 0 23.2 23 11 9 12 30 14 14 0 0 80.0 66 30 25 23 74 12 12 0 0 66.1 64 30 27 36 54 26 26 0 0 144.1 152 69 67 67 112 6 6 0 0 36.2 32 9 9 8 13 20 18 0 0 112.2 120 63 59 55 48 91 77 0 0 463.2 457 212 196 201 331

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KORY CASTO THIRD BASE/OUTFIELD Height: 6’0 Weight: 215 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: December 8, 1981 (28) in Salem, OR Obtained: Signed as a free agent on December 22, 2009

Full name: Kory C. Casto

2009 SEASON

Spent the entire season with Triple-A Syracuse, hitting .271 (121-447) in 126 games ...went 4-4 on Opening Day (4/9 vs. Rochester)...went 4-4 on May 1 at Charlotte ...collected 5 RBI on August 1 at Norfolk...went 4-5 on on August 3 at Norfolk...went 4-4 on August 14 vs. Rochester...pitched 2.2 innings vs. Pawtucket on September 6 (4 H/4 ER/4 BB/1 K)...hit .317 (40-126) from August 1 to the end of the year...hit .195 (22113) against left-handers and .296 (99-234) against right-handers ...appeared in games at 1B (21), OF (48) and 3B (59)...played in 25 games with Aguilas Cibaenas in the Dominican Republic following the regular season, hitting .322 (28-87).

CAREER

2008: Enjoyed 3 stints with Washington, batting .215 in a career-best 66 games...started 38 games (20 at 1B, 11 at 3B, 6 in LF, one in RF)...began season with Triple-A Columbus ...displayed advanced discipline at the plate, averaging 4.02 pitches per plate appearance and one walk every 9.6 plate appearances...with father in the stands, made it a special Father’s Day by drilling a tie-breaking 8th-inning pinch-hit 3-run shot off the right-field foul pole as the Nationals completed their first sweep of the season with a 6-2 win at SEA, June 15-was his first career HR...his pinch-hit RBI double in 7th inning snapped 2-2 tie in eventual 4-2 win vs. BAL on June 27...in 33 games with Columbus, hit .308, posted nearly a .400 OBP and tallied 26 RBI...went 17-for-39 (.436) with RISP. 2007: Hit .130 in 16 games during first exposure to the big leagues...was not a member of the Nationals’ Opening Day roster, but was re-called for the 2nd game of the season as Nook Logan came down with an injury...enjoyed 2 stints with Washington...made 12 starts (11 in LF and one at 1B)...in MLB debut, April 3 vs. FLA, went 1-for-4 with a walk...first big-league hit was a 4th-inning lead-off single off Scott Olsen...in first TripleA campaign, batted .246 with 20 doubles, 11 homers and 55 RBI in 114 games with Columbus...started 58 games at 3B, 46 in LF, 5 as the DH and one at 1B...strung together a 10-game hitting streak May 29-June 8, hitting .395 (15-for-38). 2006: Named as the Nationals’ top prospect among position players...playing for Harrisburg of the Double-A Eastern League, hit .272 with 20 home runs and 80 RBI in first exposure above Single-A level and was again named Nationals Minor League Player of the Year...began season at 3B, but begining July 1, shifted to LF...was named EL Rookie of the Year in a poll of league managers, coaches, writers and broadcasters...following season, was rated by Baseball America as owning the EL’s best strike-zone judgement ...ranked among EL leaders in games (first,140), walks (first, 81), runs (2nd, 84), RBI (3rd, 80), OBP (3rd, .379) and home runs (tied for 5th, 20)...ranked among organizational leaders in batting (5th), homers (tied for 2nd) and RBI (first)...hit 2 homers on June 13 at Altoona and Aug. 6 vs. Reading...following the season, hit .302 (16for-53) with 4 doubles, one homer and 9 RBI in 15 games with the Peoria Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League...was named the No. 14 prospect (No. 8 position player) in the AFL, per Baseball America, despite taking a 2-week hiatus to get married. 2005: Garnered Nationals Minor League Player of the Year honors...in first season with Potomac of the Single-A Carolina League, blasted 22 home runs...also recorded 84 walks, nearly triple previous career-high...in just 2nd year as a 3B, was named top defensive 3B in the CL in a survey of league managers...saw error total drop to 16 (35 the year prior) ...ranked among organizational leaders in batting (10th), homers (2nd) and RBI (first with 90)...paced the CL in games (first with 135)...among CL leaders, ranked 3rd in runs (86), hits (145) and walks...ranked 4th in total bags (255), extra-base hits (62) and RBI ...ranked 5th in doubles (36), homers and OBP (.394)...named CL Player of the Month in July (.413, 11 homers, 27 RBI)...garnered CL Player of the Week honors for the period ending July 10 (.519, 3 homers, 7 RBI)...hit walk-off 2-run shot in bottom of 10th, July 19...doubled at least once in 11 straight games, May 15-29....named to Carolina League post-season All-Star team.

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2004: Made highly successful conversion to 3B from the outfield...conversion had a positive impact on offense...ranked 4th in the Single-A South Atlantic League with 35 doubles..blasted 16 homers, 7 of which came in August...posted team-leading 138 hits ...batted .299 with 25 doubles, 14 home runs and 67 RBI the season’s final 3 months... went 2-for-5 with a pair of home runs and 6 RBI, July 24 at Charleston. 2003: Made professional debut, tallying 4 homers and 28 RBI in 71 games for Vermont of the short-season Single-A NewYork-Penn League...spent summer as the Vermont’s corner outfielder...collected first hit, a single, as a pro on June 19 at Oneonta...hit first home run on July 6 vs. Mahoning Valley.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Played collegiately at the University of Portland (communications major)...hit .317 with 40 home runs and 141 RBI during 3-year tenure at UP...ranks 3rd in school history in homers and RBI...earned 2nd-team All-WAC as a junior...a 3rd-round selection, was the highest drafted WAC player in ‘03 First-Year Player Draft...also highest drafted Portland Pilot since LHP Ken Dayley was ATL’s first-round pick in ‘82...lettered in 4 sports at North Marion (OR) High...was named first-team All State and threw a no-hitter as a senior...resides in Salem, OR.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Washington in the 3rd round of the 2003 draft...signed by Detroit as a free agent on December 22, 2009. YR 03 04 05 06 07

TEAM Vermont Savannah Potomac Harrisburg Columbus

KORY CASTO’S CAREER RECORD

AVG. G AB R .239 71 259 26 .286 124 483 67 .290 135 500 86 .272 140 489 84 .246 114 411 56 WASHINGTON .130 16 54 1 08 Columbus .308 33 130 19 WASHINGTON .215 66 163 15 09 Syracuse .271 126 447 57 Minor Lg. Totals .272 743 2719 395 Major Lg. Totals .194 82 217 16

H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 62 14 2 4 28 30 47 1 138 35 4 16 88 31 70 1 145 36 4 22 90 84 98 6 133 24 6 20 80 81 104 6 101 20 2 11 55 54 106 4 7 2 0 0 3 2 17 0 40 5 0 6 26 19 27 1 35 10 0 2 16 19 36 1 121 22 1 8 58 44 85 4 740 156 19 87 425 343 537 23 42 12 0 2 19 21 53 1

SANTO DE LEON THIRD BASE Height: 6’2 Weight: 175 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: November 1, 1983 (26) in Azua, Dominocan Republic Obtained: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on June 17, 2003 Full name: Santo De Leon

2009 SEASON

Split the season between Single-A Lakeland and Double-A Erie...started the year with Erie, hitting .242 (24-99) in 30 games from April 10-May 25...assigned to Lakeland where he improved with a .262 (22-84) average in 26 games from May 29-July 2...promoted to Erie to finish the year...hit .278 (55-198) in the final two months of the season...named Eastern League Batter of the Week for July 13-20.

CAREER

2008: Split the year between Single-A Lakeland and Double-A Erie...started the year with Lakeland, hitting .291 (52-179) in 46 games from April 3-July 17...promoted to Erie and hit .278 (47-169) with 7 HR in 44 games from July 18-September 1...had a 13 game hitting streak from July 24-August 5, hitting .408 (20-49)...saw action in one game with Azucareros in the Dominacn Republic following the regular season. 2007: Spent the entire season with Single-A West Michigan, hitting .261 (104-398) in 109 games...topped all Midwest League 3B with a .929 fielding percentage and 190 assists...posted a 12-game hitting streak from April 22-May 8, batting .320 (16-50). 2006: Spent the year with Single-A Oneonta, hitting .253 (44-174) in 41 games...posted a 10-game hitting streak from July 8-26, batting .300 (15-50). 2005: Appeared in 33 games with Gulf Coast Tigers. 2004: Played in 38 games for the Gulf Coast Tigers. 2003: Started his career with the Domincan League Tigers, appearing in 60 games.

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PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Signed by Ramon Pena...resides is Azua, DR.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally signed by Detroit as a non-drafted free agent on June 17, 2003. YR 03 04 05 06 07 08

TEAM DSL Tigers GCL Tigers GCL Tigers Oneonta W. Michigan Lakeland Erie 09 Lakeland Erie Minor Lg. Totals

SANTO DE LEON’S CAREER RECORD AVG. G AB R H .241 60 199 20 48 .273 38 139 14 38 .239 33 117 15 28 .253 41 174 24 44 .261 109 398 38 104 .291 46 179 19 52 .278 44 169 25 47 .262 26 84 12 22 .266 86 297 32 79 .263 483 1756 199 462

2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 9 3 0 15 9 42 2 8 3 1 15 5 30 1 6 1 4 19 1 22 0 11 0 3 21 2 43 0 18 3 3 44 13 65 10 11 0 4 18 4 30 2 11 1 7 25 7 27 1 5 0 0 5 4 17 0 18 2 7 39 11 67 1 97 13 29 201 56 343 17

ROBINZON DIAZ CATCHER Height: 5’11 Weight: 220 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: September 19, 1983 (26) in Santo Domingo, DR Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent on December 9, 2009

Full name: Robinzon Henrique Diaz

2009 SEASON

Began season with Triple-A Indianapolis...went 7-for-20 (.350) to start the year and was re-called by Pittsburgh on April 21 when Ryan Doumit went on the disabled list...made first of 33 starts with the Pirates on April 26 at San Diego-went 1-for-3 with a two-run single off Jake Peavy...connected off Todd Wellemeyer for first Major League home run on May 7 at Busch Stadium...hit safely in each of his first four starts with Pittsburgh, going 5-for-13 (.385)...had career-high three RBI on June 14 vs. Detroit...produced three straight multi-hit games from July 2-7, going 7-for-11 and raising average from .265 to .303...was optioned to Indianapolis on July 10...homered in back-to-back games with Indy on August 18 & 19...was re-called by Pittsburgh on September 8 for the rest of the year...threw out seven of the 32 runners attempting to steal against him (22%), had two errors and a team-high seven passed balls.

CAREER

2008: Started the season with Triple-A Syracuse...Hit .244 with one HR and 13 RBI in two stints as a Chief...Promoted to Toronto on April 20...Played one game for the Blue Jays recording no hits in four at-bats...Optioned to Syracuse April 25...missed time from May 13-July 17 with a right ankle sprain...traded to Pittsburgh on August 25 for a player to be named later (Jose Bautista)...sent to Triple-A Indianapolis...batted .357 with three RBI in five games with the Indians...promoted to Pittsburgh on September 2...registered two hits and one RBI in six AB as a Pirate. 2007: Began the season with Double-A New Hampshire...hit .316 with 3 HR and 30 RBI in 74 games with the Fisher Cats...was a member of the Eastern League Mid-Season AllStar team (0-1 with 1 RBI)...represtned Toronto in the MLB Futures Game in San Francisco (2-2 with 1 SB)...promoted to Triple-A Syracuse on July 22...played 19 games hitting .338 with 1 HR and 10 RBI as a Chief...ranked 2nd in the organization in batting average (.320)...threw out 32% of potential base stealers on the year...placed on the disabled list (left hand) on August 19, ending his season. 2006: Spent season with Single-A Dunedin...hit a team leading .306 with 3 HR and 44 RBI in 104 games for the Blue Jays...selected as a Florida State League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star...finished 4th in the league in hitting...had 36 multi-hit games including a five-hit game on May 15 at St. Lucie...hit .333 (8-24) in 6 playoff games for Dunedin. 2005: Spent the year with Single-A Dunedin, hitting .294 with 65 RBI in 100 games ...selected as a Florida State League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star...ranked 10th in the league in hitting...struck out just 28 times in 414 plate appearances...produced separate hitting streaks of 10,11, and 12 games from July 1 to end of the season.

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2004: Was selected as a mid-season and post-season all-star in the South Atlantic League while spending entire season with Single-A Charleston...was also selected to play for the World Team at the MLB Futures Game...had a season-high 11-game hitting streak from April 18-May 2, hitting .378 (17-45). 2003: Captured the Appalachian League batting crown, spending the year with Pulaski...also led the league in doubles and ranked in the top five for RBI and slugging (.522)...was named to the post-season all-star team. 2002: Began the year with Single-A Dunedin but was transferred to Medicine Hat in the Pioneer League on June 13...combined to hit .276 in 68 games between the two clubs...struck out just 23 times in 234 plate appeaances. 2001: Played 1B for the Pringamosa Blue Jays of the Dominican Summer League and led the team in batting average, doubles and RBI.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Has been named to four (4) All-Star teams in his career...participated in the 2007 MLB Futures Game in San Francisco...resides in Santo Domingo, DR.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally signed by Toronto as a non-drafted free agent on November 19, 2000...acquired by Pittsburgh from Toronto on August 25, 2008 in exchange for IF Jose Bautista...signed by Detroit as a free agent on December 9, 2009. YR 01 02

ROBINZON DIAZS CAREER RECORD

TEAM DSL Blue Jays Dunedin Medicine Hat Pulaski Charleston Dunedin Dunedin

AVG. G AB R .312 65 253 49 .120 10 25 3 .297 58 192 29 03 .374 48 182 33 04 .287 105 407 62 05 .294 100 388 47 06 .306 104 418 59 07 New Hampshire .316 74 301 33 Syracuse .338 19 65 4 08 GCL Blue Jays .386 15 44 9 Dunedin .320 6 25 3 TORONTO .000 1 4 0 Indianapolis .357 5 14 0 PITTSBURGH .500 2 6 0 09 Indianapolis .262 44 149 18 PITTSBURGH .279 41 129 9 Minor Lg. Totals .302 689 2597 356 Major Lg. Totals .281 44 139 9

H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 79 17 2 2 45 20 19 4 3 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 57 9 0 0 20 13 19 7 68 20 2 1 44 10 14 1 117 20 2 2 42 27 31 10 114 17 6 1 65 15 28 5 128 21 1 3 44 20 37 8 95 17 1 3 30 11 16 5 22 3 0 1 10 1 6 0 17 3 0 2 10 2 4 0 8 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 39 4 0 3 15 9 12 0 36 7 0 1 19 3 9 0 784 139 16 20 345 134 200 41 39 7 0 1 20 3 11 1

BRENT DLUGACH SHORTSTOP Height: 6’4 Weight: 195 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: March 3, 1983 (27) in Fort Smith, AR Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 6th round of the 2004 draft

Full name: Brent P. Dlugach

2009 SEASON

Earned both mid- and post-season all-star honors in the International League with Triple-A Toledo before joining Detroit for his first major league action on September 1...tied for second in the International League with 36 doubles...topped all league shortstops with a .955 fielding percentage and 361 assists...connected for a season-high two home runs with Toledo on April 22 versus Indianapolis...matched the high with two home runs on July 1 at Columbus...compiled a season-high 14-game hitting streak June 16-July 1, batting .345 (19-55) with five doubles, a triple, three home runs and 11 RBI...collected a seasonhigh four RBI on June 23 versus Durham...batted .438 (21-48) with seven doubles and three RBI over a 12-game hitting streak July 9-23...hit .311 (33-106) with 10 doubles, two home runs and 11 RBI in 27 games during July...posted a 12-game hitting streak August 11-23, batting .413 (19-46) with eight doubles, a triple and five RBI...had his contract purchased by Detroit on September 1...made his major league debut as a pinchrunner on September 13 versus Toronto, scoring his first major league run.

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CAREER

2008: Played in just 7 games for the Gulf Coast Tigers in July after recovering from right shoulder surgery. 2007: Played in just 22 games with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League before a right shoulder injury cut his season short...placed on the disabled list on May 18...named the 20th best prospect in the Detroit system following the year by Baseball America. 2006: Spent most of the year with Single-A Lakeland in the Florida State League...hit .343 (36-105) in July...played in two games with Triple-A Toledo in September...played in all 10 of the Toledo post-season games helping them win the International League’s Governors’ Cup...hit .207 (6-29) with a double and 2 RBI in the playoffs...led the Florida State League in strikeouts (144)...also led the league shortstops with 423 assists and 92 double plays...finished 5th in the league in triples (6). 2005: Spent the year Single-A West Michigan in the Midwest League, hitting .283 (138488) with 26 doubles and 61 RBI...selected to the Midwest League’s mid-season All-Star team...had 4 hits on August 11 vs. Wisconsin...led all league shortstops with 663 total chances and 457 assists. 2004: Started his pro career with Single-A Oneonta in the New York-Penn League, hitting .213 (39-183) in 47 games...named the 30th best prospect in the Detroit system following the season by Baseball America.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended the University of Memphis...a second-team Conference USA selection as a junior at Memphis, batting .296 (61-206) with 16 doubles, nine HR, and 37 RBI...signed by Harold Zonder...resides in Germantown, TN.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Detroit in the 6th round of the 2004 draft. YR 04 05 06

TEAM Oneonta W. Michigan Lakeland Toledo 07 Erie 08 GCL Tigers 09 Toledo DETROIT Minor Lg. Totals Major Lg. Totals

BRENT DLUGACH’S CAREER RECORD AVG. G AB R .213 47 183 17 .283 124 488 55 .256 125 465 51 .000 2 6 0 .292 22 72 12 .200 7 15 2 .294 125 466 58 .000 5 3 1 .270 452 1695 195 .000 5 3 1

H 39 138 119 0 21 3 137 0 457 0

2B 3B HR RBI BB 7 2 1 12 8 26 5 5 61 19 24 6 5 52 27 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 1 7 6 2 0 0 2 2 36 4 9 59 39 0 0 0 0 0 99 20 21 193 101 0 0 0 0 0

SO SB 59 5 121 13 144 13 2 0 25 1 4 0 137 5 2 0 492 37 2 0

SCOT DRUCKER RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’1 Weight: 205 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: May 30, 1982 (27) in Miami, FL Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent on July 28, 2008 Full name: Scot Drucker

2009 SEASON

Spent the entire season with Triple-A Toledo, going 8-3 with a 4.78 ERA (60 ER/113.0 IP) in 29 games (16 starts)...struck out a career-high 8 batters on May 11 versus Lehigh Valley...won 5 straight starts from June 6-July 11...longest outing of the year was July 11 vs. Indianapolis (6.2 IP)...ERA on the road was 3.14 (22 ER/63.0 IP) compared to 6.84 (38 ER/50.0 IP) at home...pitched for Peoria in the Arizona Fall League following the regular season (1-1, 7.00 ERA in 7 games-6 starts)...went 0-1 with an 11.74 ERA in 6 games for Leones de Ponce in Puerto Rico in winter ball.

CAREER

2008: Started the season with the Grand Prarie AirHogs (Independent) in the American Association, going 8-3 with a 2.41 ERA in 15 starts...limited opponents to a .224 batting average...ERA was 2nd lowest in the league...signed by Detroit on July 28 and assigned to Double-A Erie in the Eastern League...appeared in nine games (all relief) from July 31August 29...longest outing was 2.1 innings. 2007: Missed the entire season after shoulder surgery.

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2006: Spent the season with Single-A Stockton, going 9-6 with two saves and a 4.78 ERA in 37 games (11 starts)...started the year in the rotation and went 4-5 with a 5.82 ERA before moving to the bullpen on June 16...had two saves in July with a 1.65 ERA (3 ER/ 16.1 IP)...appeared in one playoff game (0.1 IP/0 H). 2005: Started the season with Single-A Kane County in the Midwest League, going 2-3 with a 2.86 ERA with 11 saves in 21 games from April 7-May 24...promoted to Single-A Stockton in the California League on May 26 and went 7-1 in the season’s final three months...moved to the starting rotation on July 24 and made nine starts...longest outing was 8.0 innings on August 3 at Visalia (1st of four straight wins)...struck out a season-high seven batters on August 9 vs. Rancho Cucamonga. 2004: Started his pro career with Vancouver in the Northwest League, appearing in 14 games (all relief)...longest outing was 3.0 innings on July 26 at Spokane...struck out a season-high four batters on August 23 at Yakima...finished 4th in the league in saves (6)...appeared in one playoff game (0.2 IP/0 H/0 ER/1 K).

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Miami Country Day School for three years...attended Westminster Academy in Ft. Lauderdale, FL for his senior year and won the state title in 2000 - also ranked 2nd in the country...attended the University of Florida for two seasons and then transferred to the University of Tennessee for final season of college ball...owns over 150 pairs of Air Jordan sneakers...resides in Miami, FL.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Oakland in the 13th round of the 2004 draft...signed with Grand Prarie (Independent) in the American Association prior to the 2008 season...signed by Detroit on July 28, 2008.

SCOT DRUCKER’S CAREER RECORD YR 04 05

TEAM W-L ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO Vancouver 2-1 3.00 14 0 0 6 21.0 20 8 7 6 18 Kane County 2-3 2.86 21 0 0 11 22.0 22 13 7 9 24 Stockton 7-1 5.51 29 9 0 1 83.1 107 54 51 26 61 06 Stockton 9-6 4.78 37 11 0 2 113.0 135 66 60 29 73 07 DID NOT PITCH - INJURED 08 Grand Prarie 8-3 2.41 15 15 0 0 93.1 78 33 25 20 57 Erie 0-0 3.75 9 0 0 0 12.0 11 5 5 6 7 09 Toledo 8-3 4.78 29 16 0 0 113.0 116 63 60 38 77 Minor Lg. Totals 28-14 4.69 139 36 0 20 364.1 411 209 190 114 260

PHIL DUMATRAIT LEFT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’2 Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Left Born: July 12, 1981 (28) in Bakersfield, CA Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010 Full name: Phillip Anthony Dumatrait

2009 SEASON

Began season on 15-day disabled list, recovering from arthroscopic surgery on left shoulder from 8/8/08...was transferred to 60-day D.L. on May 16...made first rehab appearance as a starter with GCLPirates on July 21...continued rehab with State College and made lone start with Spikes on July 26 vs. Batavia...also made one rehab start with Double-A Altoona on July 31 vs. Trenton and suffered 5-2 loss...made final four rehab appearances with Triple-A Indianapolis from August 6-19...went 0-4 with a 4.50 ERA(14 ER/28.0 IP) in total of seven rehab games (five starts)...was re-called from rehab and reinstated from D.L. on August 21...made first outing with Pittsburgh on August 22 vs. Cincinnati and tossed 1.0 IP of scoreless relief-was his 1st appearance in a Major League game since 7/7/08...surrendered walkoff homer to Andre Ethier on only pitch he threw on September 15 at Los Angeles and suffered blown save and first loss...pitcehd 2.0 scoreless frames on 9/29 at Chicago and 1.0 scoreless inning in final outing on 10/4 at Cincinnati.

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CAREER

2008: Began season in Pittsburgh’s bullpen and made three straight scoreless appearances (5.0ip) to start the year...suffered loss in 15-inning affair vs. Chicago (NL)on April 9...made first start on May 2 at Washington; replaced Matt Morris in rotation after Morris was released on April 27...worked 4.0+ innings, but received a no-decision in Pittsburgh’s 11-4 victory in Washington on May 2; went to the mound with a 6-1 lead before play was halted due to a light failure; when play resumed he allowed three runs in the 4th inning and pitched to one batter in the 5th before giving way to the bullpen...picked up first Major League victory after tossing 5.2 scoreless innings in 3-1 win vs. San Francisco on May 7...issued a career-high seven walks and suffered the loss on May 18 at Chicago (NL) ...picked up second win on May 29 at Cincinnati, striking out a career-high nine batters...was placed on 15-day D.L. on June 22 with bursitis in left shoulder...was reinstated from D.L. on July 7-pitched that night and also snapped 0-for-24 start to his batting career with an RBI-single off Runelvys Hernandez...returned to 15-day D.L. on July 12 due to lingering problems in left shoulder...had arthroscopic surgery on his shoulder on August 8. 2007: Spent majority of season with Triple-A Louisville...ranked 7th in International League in ERA...was Louisville’s Pitcher-of-the-Month in April, going 4-0 with a 0.63 ERA in five starts...posted a 9-5 record and a 3.68 ERA in 18 starts prior to the Triple-A All-Star Game...was re-called by Cincinnati on August 2 and suffered loss while making Major League debut that night at Washington (6 ER/3.1 IP)...went 0-2 with a 14.18 ERA in four starts before being optioned back toLouisville on August 21...made one start for the Bats on August 25 and was re-called by Cincinnati on September 1...made final appearance on September 9 vs. Milwaukee; did not retire a batter and tied a Major League record by giving up home runs to the first three batters of the game (Rickie Weeks, J.J. Hardy, Ryan Braun). 2006: Combined to go 8-11 with a 4.33 in 26 games (25 starts) between Double-A Chattanooga and Triple-A Louisville...began season with Chattanooga and was named Southern League Pitcher-of-the-Week April 24-30...was promoted to Louisville on June 5 and spent remainder of season with the Bats...tossed a 7.0-inning complete game (threehitter) on June 15 at Richmond...participated in the Arizona Fall League and went 2-0 with a 5.59 ERA (12 ER/19.1 IP) in seven games (five starts) with the Phoenix Desert Dogs. 2005: pent majority of season with Double-A Chattanooga...made first three starts for Single-A Sarasota...joined Chattanooga on April 24...ranked 4th in the Southern League with a 3.17 ERA...lost eight of his first nine decisions thru June 17...pitched season-high 8.0 innings in victory vs. Birmingham on June 23...held lefties to a .167 average. 2004: Missed entire season...had “Tommy John” surgery on April 12; surgery was done to repair the torn ulnar collateral ligament in his left elbow and was performed by Dr. Timothy Kremchek. 2003: Combined to go 11-6 with a 3.11 ERA in 28 games (27 starts) between Single-A Sarasota and Single-A Potomac...began season with Sarasota...went 3-1 with one save and a 0.53 ERA (2 ER/34.0 IP) in last six appearances with Sarasota before being traded to the Reds on July 29...recorded lone professional save on June 29 vs. Palm Beach...tossed 7.0 inning complete game on August 16 at Myrtle Beach. 2002: Was named Boston’s Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Year...led all Red Sox minor league pitchers with a 2.88 ERA and ranked 3rd with 124 strikeouts...spent majority of season with Single-A Augusta and tied for 7th among South Atlantic League leaders in ERA...struck out season-high 11 batters on May 10 vs South Georgia...pitched 1.0 scoreless inning in the mid-season All-Star Game on June 18 and struck out the side...tossed lone shutout on July 4 at Columbus...was promoted to Single-A Sarasota on August 2. 2001: Began season with GCL Red Sox...struck out 10 batters on August 18 vs. the GCLOrioles ...was named Gulf Coast League Pitcher-of-the-Week for week of August 1319 after going 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA and 16 strikeouts (0 walks) in two starts...finished season with Lowell in the New York-Penn League...whiffed 10 batters, but lost first start on August 30 vs. New Jersey. 2000: Signed first professional contract on July 10 after being selected by Boston in first round of the June draft...was the 22nd player chosen overall...held opposing batters to a .172 average in his six Gulf Coast League starts, which all came against the GCL Twins.

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PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Is a 1999 graduate of Ridgeview High School in Bakersfield, CA...played one year of baseball at Bakersfield Junir College (2000)...resides in Bakersfield, CA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Boston in the 1st round (22nd overall) of the 2000 draft...acquired by Cincinnati from Boston on July 29, 2003 along with pitcher Tyler Pelland in exchange for RHP Scott Williamson...claimed off waives by Pittsburgh from Cincinnati on October 26, 2007...signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010.

PHIL DUMATRAIT’S CAREER RECORD

YR 00 01

TEAM W-L ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO GCL Red Sox 0-1 1.65 6 6 0 0 16.1 10 6 3 12 12 GCL Red Sox 3-0 2.76 8 8 0 0 32.2 27 10 10 9 33 Lowell 1-1 3.48 2 2 0 0 10.1 9 4 4 4 15 02 Augusta 8-5 2.77 22 22 1 0 120.1 109 44 37 47 108 Sarasota 0-2 3.86 4 4 0 0 14.0 10 9 6 15 16 03 Sarasota 7-5 3.02 21 20 0 1 104.1 74 41 35 59 74 Potomac 4-1 3.35 7 7 0 0 37.2 36 17 14 14 32 04 DNP-INJURED 05 Sarasota 0-0 2.70 3 2 0 0 10.0 8 4 3 3 13 Chattanooga 4-12 3.17 24 24 0 0 127.2 115 58 45 70 101 06 Chattanooga 3-4 3.62 10 10 0 0 49.2 39 24 20 22 45 Louisville 5-7 4.72 16 15 0 0 87.2 104 49 46 36 58 07 Louisville 10-6 3.53 22 22 0 0 125.0 114 57 49 49 76 CINCINNATI 0-4 15.00 6 6 0 0 18.0 39 30 30 12 9 08 PITTSBURGH 3-4 5.26 21 11 0 0 78.2 82 48 46 42 52 09 GCL Pirates 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 4.0 3 0 0 2 2 State College 0-1 3.60 1 1 0 0 5.0 5 4 2 0 4 Altoona 0-1 11.25 1 1 0 0 4.0 9 5 5 0 4 Indianapolis 0-2 4.20 4 2 0 0 15.0 16 11 7 4 5 PITTSBURGH 0-2 6.92 15 0 0 0 13.0 13 11 10 11 7 Minor Lg. Totals 45-48 3.37 152 147 1 1 763.2 688 343 286 346 598 Major Lg. Totals 3-10 7.06 42 17 0 0 109.2 134 89 86 65 68

CASEY FIEN

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’2 Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: October 21, 1983 (26) in Santa Rosa, CA Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 20th round of the 2006 draft

Full name: Casey Michael Fien

2009 SEASON

Spent the majority of the season with Triple-A Toledo, before seeing his first major league action during two separate stints with Detroit...topped the Mud Hens staff with 14 saves...did not allow a run over eight straight outings June 9-29, fanning 16 batters over 11.2 scoreless innings...fanned a season-high five batters for Toledo on July 9 versus Louisville-matched the high with five strikeouts on August 16 at Louisville...had his contract purchased by Detroit on July 25-made his major league debut on July 26 versus the Chicago White Sox, fanning two batters in 2.1 scoreless innings of relief...established a career-high with three strikeouts on July 29 at Texas...optioned to Toledo on August 4...limited right-handed batters to a .218 batting average (29-133) with Toledo...lefties hit .268 (22x82) against him...re-called by Detroit for the remainder of the season on September 1...worked a career-high three innings of relief for Detroit on September 15 versus Kansas City-equaled the high with three innings of relief on October 2 versus the Chicago White Sox...named the 27th best prospect in the Detroit system following the season by Baseball America.

CAREER

2008: Spent most of the year with Double-A Erie with 12 games at Triple-A Toledo...started with Erie and went 3-3 with 12 saves in 40 relief outings...longest outing was 2.1 IP (twice)...struck out a season-high three batters twice...collected 5 saves in 10.2 scoreless innings during June...promoted to Toledo in late July and went 2-0 and converted his lone save chance in 12 relief outings...was 13-16 in save chances on the year...pitched for Mesa in the Arizona Fall League following the season, going 2-0 with 2 saves and an ERA of 1.84 (3 ER/14.2 IP) in 12 relief outings (did not walk a batter).

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2007: Spent the season with Single-A West Michigan in the Midwest League...was 6-6 in save chances...longest outing was 5.0 IP on June 28 vs. Lansing (earned the win)...struck out a season-high five batters three times...went 4-0 with 4 saves and an ERA of 1.21 (4 ER/29.2 IP) in 17 games during June & July...limited right-handed hitters to a .199 (30151) average and lefties hit him at a .294 clip (25-85)...led the league with 11.36 K/9.0 IP and finished 5th with 10.03 baserunners per 9.0 innings...appeared in four playoff games, picking up 3 saves and striking out 13 batters in 7.2 scoreless innings. 2006: Spent his first professional season with Single-A Oneonta in the New York-Penn League...went 1-1 with one save and a 2.74 ERA (13 ER/42.2 IP) in 20 games (all relief) from June 20-September 5...longest outing was 5.0 IP on July 13 vs. Staten Island... struck out a season-high six batters on July 7...did not allow an earned run from July 4-26 (17.0 IP).

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended William Penn College in Oskaloosa, IA in 2003 (6-3, 2.48 ERA)...pitched for Golden West College in Huntington Beach, CA in 2004 (3-2, 2.93 ERA)...pitched for Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 2005 (4.32 ERA in 10 games)...pitched for Anhorage in the Alaska League in the summer of 2005...with Cal Poly in 2006, went 6-5 with a 4.44 ERA (49 ER/99.1 IP) in 30 outings (9 starts)...signed by Tim McWilliam...resides in Buena Park, CA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Detroit in the 20th round of the 2006 draft.

CASEY FIEN’S CAREER RECORD YR 06 07 08

TEAM Oneonta W. Michigan Erie Toledo 09 Toledo DETROIT Minor Lg. Totals Major Lg. Totals

W-L ERA G GS SHO SV IP H 1-1 2.74 20 0 0 1 42.2 39 6-1 3.10 39 0 0 6 61.0 55 3-3 2.96 40 0 0 12 45.2 38 2-0 2.40 12 0 0 1 15.0 14 2-1 3.41 42 0 0 14 58.0 51 0-1 7.94 9 0 0 0 11.1 13 14-6 3.04 153 0 0 34 222.1 197 0-1 7.94 9 0 0 0 11.1 13

R 17 28 16 4 23 11 88 11

ER BB SO 13 8 37 21 10 77 15 12 42 4 4 17 22 15 66 10 6 9 75 49 239 10 6 9

ALFREDO FIGARO RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’0 Weight: 173 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: July 7, 1984 (25) in Samana, DR Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent on March 7, 2005 Full name: Alfredo Figaro

2009 SEASON

Opened the season with Double-A Erie before joining Detroit for his first major league action...named Eastern League Pitcher of the Week April 8-19-earned one win in two starts as he held the opposition scoreless over 12.2 innings...went 2-0 record with a 0.96 ERA (2 ER/18.2 IP) in three starts during April...struck out a season-high 10 batters on June 14 vs. New Hampshire...named Eastern League Pitcher of the Week June 8-14-won both of his starts, posting a 2.51 ERA (4 ER/14.1 IP) and 18 strikeouts...re-called by Detroit on June 20-earned the win in his major league debut that afternoon vs. Milwaukee, fanning seven batters in 5.0 innings...his seven strikeouts marked the most by a Tigers pitcher in his major league debut since Dave Borkowski fanned eight batters in his debut on July 17, 1999 at Houston...sidelined June 28-September 16 with a right wrist sprain-assigned to Erie as part of an injury rehabilitation assignment on August 24 ...worked in relief for the SeaWolves, posting a 1-1 record and 0.75 ERA (12.0IP/1ER) in five outings before his injury rehab was re-called by Detroit on September 8...limited right-handed batters to a .191 batting average (39-204) combined with both teams while lefties hit .309 (51-165) against him...named the 15th best prospect in the Detroit system following the season by Baseball America.

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CAREER

2008: Earned both Midwest League mid and post-season all-star honors with Single-A West Michigan, finishing 3rd in the league with a 2.05 ERA...topped the Midwest League with an .857 winning percentage, while he tied for 3rd with 12 wins...was 3rd among all league starters with a .218 batting average against, while he was 5th with 9.73 baserunners per nine innings...named the ML Pitcher of the Week for April 28-May 4 after winning his only decision in two starts during the week and fanning 20 batters as he allowed just an unearned run in 15.0 innings pitched...posted a 3-0 record, 0.60 ERA (2 ER/30.0 IP) and 29 strikeouts in five starts during April...struck out a season-high 11 batters, tossing a three-hit shutout on May 4 vs. Quad Cities-fired a second three-hit shutout on June 1 at Dayton...compiled a six-game winning streak over an eight-start stretch June 1-July 19...promoted to Single-A Lakeland on July 29...went the distance on August 11 at Clearwater...appeared in two games for Estrellas in the Dominican Winter League following the season. 2007: Assigned to Single-A Lakeland on May 19, he appeared in five games with the club before being transferred to Single-A Oneonta for the remainder of the season on June 17... compiled a four-game winning streak with Oneonta June 29-August 6, posting a 2.41 ERA (11 ER/41.0 IP) over the eight-start stretch...sidelined for the remainder of the season after landing on the disabled list on August 21 with a right elbow strain...limited right-handed batters to a .231 batting average (36-156) between Lakeland and Oneonta ...lefties combined to hit .326 (46-141) against him between the two teams. 2006: Selected to the Gulf Coast League’s post-season all-star squad for his efforts with the GCL Tigers...2nd among all league relievers with a .140 batting average against...did not allow a run over his first 16.0 innings of the season June 20-July 21...took the loss in his only outing during the Gulf Coast League playoffs after allowing two runs in 1.2 innings of relief. 2005: Assigned to the Dominican Summer League Tigers after signing with Detroit as a minor league free agent on March 7...tied for 2nd in the Dominican Summer League with eight wins, while he tied for 4th with 100 strikeouts. 2004: Made his professional debut with the Dominican Summer League Dodgers after signing with Los Angeles as a non-drafted free agent on June 18...released by the Dodgers organization on October 11.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Figaro is the cousin of former Detroit Tigers pitcher Fernando Rodney...resides in Samana, DR

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally signed by Los Angeles (NL) as a non-drafted free agent on June 8, 2004...signed by Detroit as a minor league free agent on March 7, 2005.

ALFREDO FIGARO’S CAREER RECORD YR 04 05 06 07

TEAM DSL Dodgers DSL Tigers GCL Tigers Lakeland Oneonta 08 W. Michigan Lakeland 09 Erie DETROIT Minor Lg. Totals Major Lg. Totals

W-L 0-0 8-2 3-1 0-2 4-2 12-2 0-5 6-3 2-2 33-17 2-2

ERA 9.82 1.87 0.70 4.76 3.38 2.05 4.91 3.60 6.35 2.82 6.35

G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 5 0 0 0 7.1 10 10 8 7 6 14 13 0 1 77.0 51 29 16 31 100 14 4 0 1 38.1 29 7 3 12 31 5 4 0 0 22.2 26 15 12 6 6 11 11 0 0 53.1 56 23 20 16 40 19 19 2 0 123.0 99 35 28 30 96 6 5 0 0 29.1 37 22 16 12 23 16 11 0 0 80.0 67 36 32 23 69 5 3 0 0 17.0 23 13 12 10 16 90 67 2 2 431.0 375 177 135 137 371 5 3 0 0 17.0 23 13 12 10 16

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JEFF FRAZIER OUTFIELD Height: 6’3 Weight: 197 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: August 10, 1982 (27) in Pt. Pleasent, NJ Obtained: Acquired in a trade with Seattle on March 25, 2008 Full name: Jeffrey Michael Frazier

2009 SEASON

Split the season between Double-A Erie and Triple-A Toledo...started with Erie, batting .322 (28-87) in 23 games from April 8-May 7...promoted to Toledo on May 8 where he would remain for the rest of the year...reached base safely in 24 straight games from April 18-May 17...pitched 1.0 inning on July 2 at Columbus (gave up 2 hits and 4 ER)...was named IL Hitter of the Week for July 20-27, hitting .545 (18-33) with 5 HR & 12 RBI...had 4 hits & 6 RBI on July 23 vs. Syracuse...hit a grand slam on August 17 vs. Columbus and then hit another on August 22 at Columbus (both against Chuck Lofgren)...had two nine-game hitting streaks on the year...finished 6th in the Int. League with a .308 batting average...tied for the IL lead with 9 sacrifice flies...finished T2nd among all Detroit minor leaguers with a .311 batting average...had 42 multi-hit games on the season...hit .356 (58-163) against left-handers on the year and .288 (93-323) against righties...hit .353 (83-235) from July 1 to the end of the year.

CAREER

2008: Played most of the season with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League with a late season promotion to Triple-A Toledo...finished 7th in the Eastern League with a .303 batting average...went 4-6 with 5 RBI on Opening Day, April 4 at Bowie (had two more four-hit games with Erie)...hit .354 (34-96) during July...promoted to Toledo on August 30 and went 3-12 at the plate in three games...had 42 multi-hit games on the year. 2007: Split the season between Single-A High Desertand Double-A West Tennessee after being traded from Detroit to Seattle...recorded a career-high 20-game hitting streak from April 21-May 14 with West Tennessee...was with High Desert from June 21-August 13...hit safely in 35 of 44 games at Single-A...had a stretch of six straight multi-hit games from July 20-29. 2006: Spent the entire season with Single-A Lakeland in the Florida State League...hit .354 (17-48) during season-high 11-game hitting streak April 6-17...hit a grand slam on April 29 vs. Clearwater...hit a HR in three straight games April 28-30...named to the Florida State League All-Star team and smacked a two-run HR in the game and was named MVP...smacked 2 HR on August 29 vs. Dunedin...had 28 multi-hit games on the year. 2005: Played the whole year for Single-A West Michigan in the Midwest League...named MWL Player of the Week July 11-17, hitting .481 (13-27) with 10 RBI...in 57 games during July and August, hit .345 (79-229) with 29 doubles, 46 RBI and 42 runs scored...led all Detroit minor leaguers in total bases (243) and doubles (45) and tied Curtis Granderson for the most runs (79)...led the Midwest League in doubles, games played (137) and extra-base hits (61), was 2nd in at-bats (537)and 3rd in hits (154). 2004: Began his professional career with Single-A Oneonta in the New York-Penn League...had a nine-game hitting streak from Juny 27-July 5, hitting .463 (19-41) with nine RBI...placed on the disabled list July 22 (left forearm fracture) ending his season.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Rutgers University...hit .356 and slugged .596 as a freshman in 2002, losing Big East Conference Rookie of the Year honors to Chris Lambert (Boston College)...named to freshman All-American team by Baseball America...as a sophomore in 2003, batted .315 and led the Big East with 19 doubles - named All-Conference...hit .382 (tops in the Big East) and slugged .657 as a junior in 2004 - named All-Conference and was second-team Baseball America All-American...participated in the 1995 Little League World Series with Toms River, NJ...brother (Todd) is a prospect in the Cincinnati Reds farm system...resides in Toms River, NJ.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Detroit in the 3rd round of the 2004 draft...traded to Seattle on February 7, 2007 for RHP Yorman Bazardo...acquired by Detroit from Seattle on March 25, 2008 for future considerations.

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JEFF FRAZIER’ S CAREER RECORD YR 04 05 06 07

TEAM Oneonta W. Michigan Lakeland High Desert West Tenn 08 Erie Toledo 09 Erie Toledo Minor Lg. Totals

AVG. G AB R .304 20 79 15 .287 137 537 79 .228 135 526 61 .329 44 173 20 .245 78 302 29 .303 116 446 55 .250 3 12 0 .322 23 87 11 .308 105 399 52 .280 661 2561 322

H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 24 5 1 1 13 9 11 2 154 45 4 12 81 46 86 16 120 21 1 13 73 37 88 12 57 19 1 4 27 12 14 0 74 12 1 4 30 21 54 0 135 22 1 6 55 31 51 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 28 10 0 1 13 7 13 0 123 24 1 11 54 20 49 1 718 158 10 52 347 183 369 32

LAUREN GAGNIER RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’2 Weight: 215 Bats: Switch Throws: Right Born: February 28, 1985 (25) in Santa Cruz, CA Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 10th round of the 2006 draft Full name: Lauren J. Gagnier

2009 SEASON

Spent most of the year with Single-A Lakeland and also made two starts with Double-A Erie (August 31 & September 5)...threw two complete games with Lakeland (June 25 at Sarasota and July 7 at Clearwater)...struck out 10 batters on June 2 at Palm Beach and then struck out a season-high 13 batters on June 25...in the Florida State League, finished 3rd in strikeouts (123), 3rd in strikeout/9.0 IP (8.44) and 1st in HR allowed (15).

CAREER

2008: Split the season between West Michigan, Lakeland, Erie and Toledo...started the year with West Michigan, making 10 starts from April 6-May 29...struck out 11 batters on April 30 at Wisconsin...promoted to Toledo where he made seven starts from June 3-July 5...struck out eight batters on June 8 vs. Columbus...assigned to Double-A Erie, making four starts from July 10-29...went back to West Michigan, going 0-3 in four starts between August 3-19...finished the year with Lakeland, making two starts (August 24 & 29). 2007: Spent the season with Single-A West Michigan, going 5-11 with a 4.57 ERA in 28 games (22 starts)...struck out a season-high 10 batters on August 17 vs. South Bend...led the Midwest League with 11 losses and 4th with 60 walks. 2006: Started his pro career with Single-A Oneonta in the New York-Penn League, appearing in nine games.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Cal State Fullerton...an All Big West Conference selection in 2006, going 14-5 with a 2.80 ERA (41 ER/131.2 IP) in 21 games (19 starts)...tied for the lead among NCAA Division I pitchers with 14 wins...named as a Third Team All-American by Baseball America...resides in Santa Cruz, CA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Detroit in the 10th round of the 2006 draft.

LAUREN GAGNIER’S CAREER RECORD YR 06 07 08

TEAM Oneonta W. Michigan W. Michigan Lakeland Erie Toledo 09 Lakeland Erie Minor Lg. Totals

W-L ERA 1-1 0.70 5-11 4.57 1-8 4.42 0-0 3.86 2-2 12.91 3-3 5.66 9-10 3.83 1-0 2.03 22-35 4.38

G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 9 1 0 0 25.2 13 2 2 12 21 28 22 0 0 143.2 142 85 73 60 119 14 14 0 0 75.1 71 48 37 33 79 2 2 0 0 11.2 10 7 5 4 6 4 4 0 0 15.1 25 23 22 8 9 7 7 0 0 35.0 38 24 22 22 32 23 22 0 0 134.0 126 65 57 40 123 2 2 0 0 13.1 12 3 3 3 11 89 74 0 0 454.0 437 257 221 182 400

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ENRIQUE GONZALEZ RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 5’10 Weight: 225 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: July 14, 1982 (27) in Bolivar, Venezuela Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010 Full name: Enrique Cesar Gonzalez

2009 SEASON

Spent most of the year with Triple-A Pawtucket with a brief 2 game stint with Boston ...pitched in three games for Venezuela in March at the World Baseball Classic (1-0, 0 ER, 9.2 IP)...won four straight starts April 26-May 12, including back-to-back wins against Toledo...lost five straight starts from May 18-June 8...struck out a season-high eight batters on May 12 at Toledo and then again June 20 at Durham...made two relief outings for Boston (August 8 & 22) both against the Yankees...following the season, went 3-3 with a 5.35 ERA in 14 starts for Tiburones de La Guaira in Venezuela.

CAREER

2008: Began the year with San Diego and made 4 relief appearances, going 1-0 with a 10.80 ERA (4 ER/3.1 IP) before being out-righted to Triple-A Portland on April 15...spent the remainder of season at Portland, going 7-5 with a 4.44 ERA (49 ER/99.1 IP) in 35 games (13 starts)...Went 3-0 with a 2.70 ERA (12 ER/40.0 IP) in relief for Portland compared to 4-5 with a 5.61 ERA (37 ER/59.1 IP) as a starter...made a season-high 7 straight starts from April 26-May 26...was 2-0 with a 1.22 ERA (3 ER/22.1 IP) and 20 strikeouts over his final 10 games of the season (2 starts)...following the season, went 5-2 with a 4.55 ERA (30 ER/59.1 IP) in 13 games (11 starts) for Tiburones de La Guaira of the Venezualen Winter League. 2007: Spent nearly the entire year with Triple-A Tucson, going 8-10 with a 5.15 ERA in 27 starts...made one appearance with Arizona in his lone big league stint from June 16-19, allowing 4 runs (3 earned) in 2.0 innings on June 18 vs. Tampa Bay...ranked 8th in the Pacific Coast League with 118 strikeouts...ranked among club leaders in innings (1st, 153.2), starts (1st) and wins (2nd)...surrendered just 2 long balls over his final 9 starts (50.2 IP), both of which came at Las Vegas on August 22...tossed 22.0 consecutive scoreless innings over parts of 4 starts from July 20-August 6, including a season-high 12 strikeouts in 7.0 scoreless frames on August 1 at Iowa...following the season, played for La Guaria of the Venezuelan Winter League. 2006: Spent most of the season with Arizona, going 3-7 with a 5.67 ERA (67 ER/106.1 IP) in 22 games (18 starts) in 2 tours with the club for his big league debut...started the year with Triple-A Tucson, going 4-3 with a 2.35 ERA (15 ER/57.1 IP) in 9 starts before his May 27 re-call...made his debut at Cincinnati on May 28 and picked up a no-decision despite allowing one run on 3 hits in 6.0 innings...after 2 more games, was optioned to Tucson on June 3...returned to Arizona 4 days later, and after one appearance out of the bullpen, joined the starting rotation until mid-September...following the season, pitched for La Guaria of the Venezuelan Winter League. 2005: Was a mid-season Double-A Southern League All-Star with Tennessee...ranked among league leaders in starts (2nd, 27), strikeouts (3rd, 146), innings (4th, 161.1), wins (5th) and ERA (9th, 3.46)...recorded a 24.2 scoreless innings streak beginning May 6 that included 3 consecutive scoreless starts (23.2 IP) and back-to-back complete game shutouts ...named Arizona’s Minor League Pitcher of the Month for May, going 4-1 with a 2.06 ERA (10 ER/43.2 IP). 2004: Was named Arizona’s Minor League Pitcher of the Year after going 13-6 with a 3.22 ERA (51 ER/142.1 IP) in 42 games (17 starts) with Single-A Lancaster...tied for the league lead in wins and finished 2nd in ERA...began the year in the bullpen before joining the rotation in early June...went 10-2 with a 2.46 ERA (29 ER/106.0 IP) in 17 starts...won 7 straight starts from June 25-August 1 and earned Arizona’s Minor League Pitcher of the Month Award for July, going 5-0 with a 2.45 ERA (9 ER/33.0 IP)...went 1-0 with a 3.55 ERA in 3 playoff games (2 starts). 2003: Tied for 2nd in the Midwest League with 55 appearances as a reliever for Single-A South Bend...held righties to a .194 (30-for-155) average...allowed 8 earned runs over his final 45 games (55.2 IP).

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2002: Spent the bulk of year with short-season Single-A Yakima and Single-A South Bend, going a combined 6-3 with a 2.77 ERA in 15 starts...opened the season with Single-A Lancaster and went 1-4 with a 12.27 ERA (25 ER/18.1 IP) in 5 starts before being reassigned to Yakima...ranked 5th in the Northwest League with a 2.45 ERA (18 ER/66.0 IP)...allowed 2 earned runs or less in 10 of his 11 starts with Yakima and was promoted to South Bend on August 13. 2001: Went 4-12 in 26 starts with Single-A South Bend despite a 4.01 ERA...ranked 3rd in the Midwest League in losses. 2000: Was the youngest pitcher (18 years, 27 days) in the Pacific Coast League when he made his lone Triple-A appearance on September 2, tossing 4.0 scoreless innings in a spot start vs. Fresno. 1999: Led the Dominican Summer League D-Backs with 7 wins, 82 strikeouts and a 1.64 ERA in 12 games (11 starts).

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Signed by Arizona when he was 16-years-old...resides in Bolivar, Venezuela.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally signed by Arizona as a non-drafted free agent on October 30, 1998...claimed off waivers by Washington on on September 17, 2007...claimed off waivers by San Diego on February 5, 2008...signed as a free agent by Boston on December 10, 2008...signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010.

ENRIQUE GONZALEZ’S CAREER RECORD YR 99 00

TEAM DSL D-Backs AZL D-Backs Tucson 01 South Bend 02 Lancaster Yakima South Bend 03 South Bend 04 Lancaster 05 Tennessee 06 Tucson ARIZONA 07 Tucson ARIZONA 08 Portland SAN DIEGO 09 Pawtucket BOSTON Minor Lg. Totals Major Lg. Totals

W-L ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 7-3 1.65 12 11 0 0 71.0 41 21 13 24 82 1-0 1.53 11 0 0 1 17.2 16 13 3 12 17 1-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 4.0 1 0 0 1 1 4-12 4.01 26 26 0 0 146.0 142 81 65 53 92 1-4 12.27 5 5 0 0 18.1 34 27 25 14 11 5-2 2.45 11 11 0 0 66.0 53 27 18 23 57 1-2 3.74 4 4 0 0 21.2 23 16 9 9 20 4-3 2.13 55 0 0 3 72.0 58 22 17 29 63 13-6 3.22 42 17 0 0 142.1 128 64 51 44 110 11-8 3.46 27 27 2 0 161.1 160 76 62 52 146 4-3 2.24 10 10 0 0 60.1 61 22 15 14 35 3-7 5.67 22 18 0 0 106.1 114 71 67 34 66 8-10 5.15 27 27 0 0 153.2 186 105 88 61 118 0-0 13.50 1 0 0 0 2.0 4 4 3 1 0 7-5 4.44 35 13 0 0 99.1 106 58 49 50 82 1-0 10.80 4 0 0 0 3.1 4 4 4 2 1 8-11 5.12 26 23 0 0 139.0 159 85 79 53 99 0-0 4.91 2 0 0 0 3.2 5 2 2 2 1 75-69 3.79 292 174 2 4 1172.21168 617 494 439 933 4-7 5.93 29 18 0 0 115.1 127 81 76 39 68

MICHAEL HOLLIMON SHORTSTOP/SECOND BASE Height: 6’1 Weight: 185 Bats: Switch Throws: Right Born: June 14, 1982 (27) in Dallas, TX Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 16th round of the 2005 draft Full name: Michael T. Hollimon

2009 SEASON

Played with Double-A Erie, hitting .212 (22-104) in 29 games before an injury cut his season short...missed a month early in the season (knee)...had shoulder surgery on July 15labrel repair (Dr. James Andrews)...played exclusively at 3B after playing at shortstop and 2B for the first four professional seasons...had 8 errors in 77 total chances (.896).

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CAREER

2008: Spent most of the season with Triple-A Toledo, hitting .211 (70-331) with 15 HR in 91 games...started the year on the disabled list after suffering a dislocated left shoulder at Spring Training...activated from the DL on April 21...connected on a walk-off gamewinning HR on May 7 vs. Lehigh Valley (10th inning)...belted two HR on May 18 at Columbus...had season-high eight-game hitting streak from May 24-31...contract purchased by Detroit on June 6...made his MLB debut on June 9 vs. Cleveland ...picked up his first MLB hit on June 26 vs. St. Louis (single against Todd Wellemeyer)...first MLB HR came on July 3 at Seattle against Mark Lowe...optioned to Toledo on July 7...hit .154 (19-123) with 51 SO with Toledo after the All-Star break...made 73 starts at 2B for Toledo and 14 at SS...established a career-high with 16 HR...had surgery on September 18, 2008 to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder (performed by Dr. James Andrews). 2007: Spent most of the year with Double-A Erie, hitting .282 (133-471) with 14 HR and 76 RBI...committed just 2 errors in his first 48 games of the year at 2B...best month was June, hitting .343 (35-102) with 5 HR & 26 RBI...had a nine-game hitting streak from August 4-15...hit .315 at home with Erie and .256 on the road...hit .312 (39-125) with runners in scoring position with Erie...promoted to Triple-A Toledo on August 31 and appeared in five games, hitting .211 (4-19)...appeared in all three games with Toledo in the playoffs, going 3-10 at the plate...established career-highs in at-bats (490), runs (93), hits (137), 2B (35), and RBI (78)...played in six games with Team USA following the season, going 1-10 at the plate. 2006: Played for Single-A West Michigan and was selected to both the Midwest League’s mid and post-season all-star squads...led the Midwest League with 13 3B and 6 intentional walks, while he finished 2nd with 77 walks, 3rd with 57 extra-base hits and 5th with a .501 slugging percentage...topped all league SS with 622 total chances and 394 assists...posted a 10-game hitting streak June 1-10...established a Whitecaps record with 3 HR on July 17 at Beloit...hit .314 (33-105) with 24 runs scored, 5 2B, 5 3B, 9 HR and 23 RBI in 29 games during July...led the league with 75 total bases during July, while he tied for the lead with 9 HR...batted .206 (7-34) with 4 HR and 5 RBI in 9 games during the Midwest League playoffs ...named the 15th-best prospect in the Tigers organization following the season by Baseball America. 2005: Started his pro career with Single-A Oneonta in the New York-Penn League, hitting .275 (70-255) with 36 extra-base hits in 72 games...earned NY-Penn League All-Star honors after leading the league with 66 runs scored and 10 triples...topped all league shortstops with a .967 fielding percentage, 112 putouts and 209 assists...named NY-Penn League Player of the Week July 31...named the Detroit Minor League Player of the Month in July, hitting .354 (34-96) with 30 runs scored, eight HR and 27 RBI...set Oneonta club records in runs (66), total bases (142), and HR (13)...named the 22nd best prospect in the Detroit system following the season by Baseball America.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Jesuit College Prep High School in Dallas...played on USA Baseball’s 16-andunder team that won a gold medal at the 1998 Youth Championships...attended the University of Texas in 2002 and hit .262 (55-210) as a freshman...hit .236 (25-106) as a sophomore at Texas in 2003...hit .225 (39-173) as a junior at Texas in 2004...went to Oral Roberts University for his senior season in 2005 and batted .304 (70-230) with 14 HR and 55 RBI in 62 games...was named the Mid-Continent Conference Co-Player of the Year...resides in Dallas, TX.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Los Angeles (NL) in the 32nd round of the 2001 draft (did not sign)...selected by Minnesota in the 49th round of the 2003 draft (did not sign)...selected by Detroit in the 16th round of the 2005 draft.

MICHAEL HOLLIMON’S CAREER RECORD YR 05 06 07

TEAM Oneonta W. Michigan Erie Toledo 08 Toledo DETROIT 09 Erie Minor Lg. Totals Major Lg. Totals

AVG. G AB R .275 72 255 66 .278 128 449 69 .282 127 471 91 .211 5 19 2 .211 91 331 56 .261 11 23 4 .212 29 104 15 .260 452 1629 299 .261 11 23 4

H 2B 3B 70 13 10 125 29 13 133 34 8 4 1 1 70 16 4 6 2 1 22 3 3 424 96 39 6 2 1

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HR RBI 13 53 15 54 14 76 0 2 15 33 1 2 3 21 60 239 1 2

BB 50 77 64 1 45 1 17 254 1

SO 76 124 121 4 109 6 35 469 6

SB 8 19 17 0 7 0 0 51 0


CALE IORG SHORTSTOP Height: 6’2 Weight: 182 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: September 6, 1985 (24) in Toronto, Ontario Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 6th round of the 2007 draft Full name: Garth Cale Iorg

2009 SEASON

Spent the entire season with Double-A Erie in th Eastern League, hitting .222 (109-491) in 129 games...smacked two HR on May 7 at Harrisburg...had a season-high 4 RBI on July 6 at Binghamton...hit .222 (32-144) against left-handed pitching and .222 (77-347) against right-handers...led the Eastern League with 149 strikeouts...had a .957 fielding percentage at shortstop (25 errors in 578 total chances)...led all league shorstops in total chances, putouts (202), assists (351), and double plays (76)...hit .217 (13-60) in 17 games with Peoria in the Arizona Fall League following the regular season.

CAREER

2008: Spent his first full pro season with Single-A Lakeland in the Florida State League, hitting .251 (96-383) with 10 HR, 47 RBI and 22 SB in 99 games...collected a career-high four hits on April 12 at Clearwater...had a career-high four RBI on April 15 vs. Sarasota...was named to the Florida State League All-Star team (went 1-5 in the game with a HR)...also named to the post-season All-Star team...went 0-7 with 6 strikeouts on August 2 at Sarasota...had a .960 fielding percentage at SS (18 errors in 449 total chances). 2007: Started his professional career with eight games with the Gulf Coast Tigers and Single-A Lakeland...appeared in four games with North Shore in the Hawaii Winter League following the season, hitting .176 (3-17)...named the 2nd best prospect and overall best athlete in the Detroit organization following the season by Baseball America.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Is the son of former major leaguer Garth Iorg (Toronto Blue Jays 1978-87)and nephew of Dane...brother Eli is an outfielder in the Houston Astros organization...attended the University of Alabama, hitting .280 (66-236) as a freshman with 11 doubles, three triples, five HR, 38 RBI, and 15 SB in 2005...missed the next two seasons at Alabama while on a Mormon mission in Lisbon, Portugal...named second-team High School All-American by Baseball America after hitting .505 (50-99) with 49 runs scored, nine doubles, five triples, 13 HR, 52 RBI, and 29 SB as a senior at Karns High School...resides in Knoxville, TN.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Tampa Bay in the 16th round of the 2004 draft but did not sign...selected by Detroit in the 6th round of the 2007 draft.

CALE IORG’S CAREER RECORD YR 07

TEAM GCL Tigers Lakeland 08 Lakeland 09 Erie Minor Lg. Totals

AVG. G .182 3 .278 5 .251 99 .222 129 .235 236

AB R 11 1 18 0 383 61 491 57 903 119

H 2B 3B 2 0 0 5 2 0 96 15 7 109 17 3 212 34 10

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HR RBI 0 0 0 5 10 47 11 41 21 93

BB SO SB 1 6 0 1 5 0 35 111 22 32 149 13 69 271 35


BRETT JENSEN RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’7 Weight: 190 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: November 29, 1983 (26) in Humboldt, IA Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 14th round of the 2006 draft Full name: Brett J. Jensen

2009 SEASON

Spent the year with Double-A Erie, going 5-5 with 12 saves and a 3.19 ERA in 43 relief appearances...did not give up an earned run in his first 7 outings of the year (7.2 IP)...longest outing of the year was 3.0 innings (3 times)...struck out a season four batters four different times...was 12-19 in save opportunities on the year...left-handers hit .318 (27-85) against him while right-handers hit just .183 (21-115).

CAREER

2008: Pitched in just 10 games with Double-A Erie...was placed on the disabled list on May 7 with a right elbow strain and missed the rest of the year. 2007: Selected to the Midwest League’s mid-season all-star squad...second in the league with 56 appearances and third with 23 saves. 2006: Selected to participate in the New York Penn League’s all-star game...tied for second in the league with 17 saves and tied for third with 24 games finished

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended the University of Nebraska...broke the school single-season record with 16 saves in 2005 and holds the school record for career saves (31)...was an All-Big 12 Conference selection in 2006, posting a 5-0 record, 2.56 ERA (13 ER/45.2 IP) and 13 saves in 27 outings...in 2005, was a Second-Team All-Big 12 Conference selection, compiling a 3-5 record, 1.96 ERA (10 ER/46.0 IP) and 16 saves in 33 appearances-3rd among all NCAA Division I pitchers with 16 saves...in 2004, finished 1-4 with a 5.29 ERA (19 ER/32.1 IP) and two saves in 20 outings...attended Iowa Central Community College in 2003...resides in Eagle Grove, IA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Baltimore in the 45th round of the 2003 draft (did not sign) ...selected by Washington in the 23rd round of the 2005 draft (did not sign)...selected by Detroit in the 14th round of the 2006 draft. YR TEAM 06 Oneonta 07 W. Michigan 08 Erie 09 Erie Minor Lg. Totals

BRETT JENSEN’S CAREER RECORD W-L ERA G GS SHO SV IP H 1-0 0.67 25 0 0 17 26.2 17 5-1 1.79 56 0 0 23 60.1 52 1-1 4.00 10 0 0 1 9.0 10 5-5 3.19 43 0 0 12 53.2 48 12-7 2.22 134 0 0 53 149.2 127

R 4 12 4 20 40

Don Kelly (photo courtesy of Paul Nelson)

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ER BB SO 2 5 31 12 8 66 4 1 6 19 18 59 37 32 162


DON KELLY INFIELD Height: 6’5 Weight: 205 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: February 15, 1980 (30) in Butler, PA Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2009 Full name: Donald Thomas Kelly

2009 SEASON

Finished second in the International League with a .331 batting average for Triple-A Toledo, while he was third with a .404 on-base percentage...selected to the International League’s post-season all-star squad...drove in a season-high five runs for Toledo on May 2 at Lehigh Valley...compiled a 13-game hitting streak May 19-June 1, batting .490 (25-51) with five doubles, a home run and six RBI...named the International League Player of the Week for May 25-31 after hitting .556 (15-27) with four doubles and five RBI in seven games...named Detroit Minor League Player of the Month for May after batting .365 (38104) with seven doubles, three triples, two home runs and 15 RBI in 29 games-third in the International League with a .365 batting average during the month...had his contract purchased by Detroit Toledo on June 12...hit safely in six of his seven games June 14-21, batting .476 (10-21) with a double and three RBI...collected a career-high three hits on June 20 versus Milwaukee...designated for assignment by Detroit on July 8-had his contract out-righted to Toledo on July 9...finished with a season-high four hits for Toledo on July 23 versus Syracuse-equaled the high for the Mud Hens with four hits on August 22 at Columbus...finished ninth in the International League with a .337 batting average (35104) in 29 games during August-collected six doubles, two triples, three home runs and 14 RBI during the month...had his contract purchased by Detroit for the remainder of the season on September 5-saw action in 12 games with Detroit over the remainder of the season.

CAREER

2008: Spent the year with Triple-A Tucson in the Pacific Coast League, hitting .275 (120436) with 37 extra-base hits in 124 games...had 2 HR & 4 RBI on May 4 at Albuquerque...had 4 RBI on June 14 vs. Colorado Springs...went 5-5 on August 14 at Colorado Springs...had 28 multi-hit games on the year...fanned once every 10.89 plate appearances (2nd best in the PCL)...appeared in games at 1B (1), 2B (63), 3B (23), SS (34), and OF (6). 2007: Started the season on the Pittsburgh Pirates’ Opening Day roster (1 of 2 rookiespitcher Juan Perez)...popped out as a pinch-hitter in his big league debut on Opening Day at Houston on April 2...went 0-3 with a walk and a run scored in his first career start at 2B on April 7 at Cincinnati...singled off San Francisco’s Russ Ortiz for his first major league hit on April 13...appeared in games at SS (18), 2B (13), RF (9), LF (8), 3B (6), and CF (2) while playing at Triple-A Indianapolis. 2006: Hit a combined .250 (111-444) in 124 games between Double-A Erie and Triple-A Toledo...had a season-high 4 RBI on May 17 at Norfolk...had a season-high nine-game hitting streak with Erie August 8-16...appeared in games at SS (62), 2B (40), 1B (10), and 3B (7) on the year. 2005: Started the season with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League, hitting a blistering .345 (106-307) in the first three months of the season...had a 13-game hitting streak with Erie from May 25 to June 5, hitting .469 (23-49)...promoted to Triple-A Toledo on June 30...placed on the disabled list on July 28 (left groin strain)...activated from the disabled list on August 10 and assigned to Double-A Erie...promoted back to Toledo on August 15 where he remained for the rest of the season...hit his first Triple-A HR on August 17 vs. Norfolk...appeared in six post-season games with Toledo, hitting .300 (6-20) with two 2B and seven RBI...set a Toledo modern-era playoff record with four RBI on September 13 vs. Indianapolis...had 47 multi-hit games (36 with Erie/11 with Toledo) on the year...established career-highs in at-bats (489), runs (76), hits (152), 2B (30), HR (10), RBI (67), and SB (18)...led all Detroit minor leaguers in hitting (.311) rated as the best batting prospect in the Eastern League by Baseball America...appeared in 22 games with Mesa in the 2005 Arizona Fall League, hitting .294 (25-85) with 11 RBI. 2004: Appeared in 28 games with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League, hitting .228 (23101)...also played in three games with the Gulf Coast Tigers, going 4-10 at the plate ...missed most of the season to a right shoulder nerve injury.

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2003: Split the season between Double-A Erie and Single-A Lakeland...led all Detroit minor leaguers with a .306 batting average...fanned once every 13.41 plate appearances (13th best in the minors)...earned both mid-season and post-season all-star honors in the Florida State League...tabbed the Detroit minor league player of the month for May (.362 average) and June (.319 average)...named as the 19th best prospect in the Detroit system by Baseball America following the season. 2002: Spent the entire season with Single-A West Michigan, hitting .286 (130-455) in 128 games...selected to the Midwest League’s mid-season all-star squad...toughest batter to fan in the Midwest League and 11th toughest in the minor leagues, striking out once every 13.10 plate appearances...seventh best batting average (.286) among all Detroit minor leaguers...recorded two 10-game hitting streaks with West Michigan. 2001: Spent his first pro season with Oneonta in the New York-Penn League, hitting .286 (75-262) in 67 games...second toughest batter to strike out in the league, fanning once every 18.25 plate appearances...led Oneonta with 41 runs scored and 75 hits.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Mt. Lebanon (PA) High School...attended Point Park (PA) College...is the alltime leading hitter at Point Park, batting .413 and fourth all-time with 74 stolen bases...named a NAIA First Team All-American his junior season (2001)...signed by Lou Laslo...brother-in-law is Neil Walker (Pittsburgh Pirates organization)...resides in Pittsburgh, PA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Detroit in the 8th round of the 2001 draft...signed by Pittsburgh as a free agent on December 12, 2006...signed by Arizona as a free agent on January 31, 2008...signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2009. YR 01 02 03

TEAM Oneonta W. Michigan Lakeland Erie Erie GCL Tigers Erie Toledo Erie Toledo Indianapolis

DON KELLY’S CAREER RECORD

AVG. G AB R .286 67 262 41 .286 128 455 72 .317 87 303 48 .265 22 83 14 04 .228 28 101 17 .400 3 10 2 05 .340 82 329 54 .250 43 160 22 06 .275 58 207 30 .228 66 237 23 07 .247 52 150 20 PITTSBURGH .148 25 27 2 08 Tucson .275 124 436 61 09 Toledo .331 105 372 57 DETROIT .250 31 56 8 Minor Lg. Totals .288 865 3105 461 Major Lg. Totals .217 56 83 10

H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 75 8 3 0 25 25 16 8 130 21 5 1 59 59 40 9 96 17 4 1 38 45 25 15 22 5 1 1 13 15 9 0 23 6 2 0 9 15 13 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 112 22 3 9 54 36 43 10 40 8 0 1 13 13 15 8 57 11 1 0 24 27 23 5 54 14 3 0 19 24 32 18 37 5 2 0 11 18 17 6 4 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 120 24 5 8 55 32 44 2 123 20 6 6 40 43 51 27 14 3 1 0 3 4 10 1 893 161 35 27 360 352 330 112 18 3 1 0 3 7 13 1

RYAN KETCHNER LEFT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’1 Weight: 190 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: April 19, 1982 (27) in Wellsville, NY Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010 Full name: Ryan Patrick Ketchner

2009 SEASON

Was not pitching during the first half of the year...went 1-4 with a 4.66 ERA (20 ER/ 38.2 IP) in 10 (7 starts) with Single-A Lakeland from July 17-August 28...struck out a season-high 7 batters on August 11 vs. Clearwater and then struck out 7 in his next start on August 17 vs. Clearwater...promoted to Triple-A Toledo on September 2 and made two starts with the Mud Hens...threw 7.0 innings on September 2 at Indianapolis and earned the win (5 H/1 ER/2 BB/4 K)...tossed a complete game six-hit shutout at Columbus on September 7 (0 BB/2 K).

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CAREER

2008: Went 7-6 with a 4.75 ERA (61 ER/115.2 IP) in 25 games (20 starts) for Double-A West Tennessee from April 7-August 30...struck out a season-high 7 batters on May 20 vs. Mobile and again on May 30 at Mississippi...had shoulder surgery following the 2008 season. 2007: Went 1-11 with a 5.62 ERA (62 ER/99.1 IP) in 19 games (all starts) with Triple-A Portland from April 6-July 16...his lone win came on June 28 (16th start of the year) ...also struck out a season-high 9 batters in the win at Tacoma. 2006: Did not pitch until mid-July as he rehabbed from surgery...made three appearances for the Gulf Coast Dodgers and was the promoted to Single-A Vero Beach...went 2-1 in 9 relief outings from July 29-August 26...struck out a season-high 5 batters on August 10 at Ft. Myers...made one appearance for Triple-A Las Vegas on August 28 (2.0 IP/2 K). 2005: Missed entire season due to “Tommy John” surgery. 2004: Was selected to the Southern League All-Star team...promoted to Triple-A Las Vegas where he made one start...his combined 2.92 ERA was 2nd among all Dodger minor leaguers. 2003: Was selected to Baseball America’s High Class A All-Star team...pitched a scoreless inning in the California League All-Star game...also named to the California League postseason All-Star team.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended John I Leonard High School (FL)...was born partially deaf and has roughly 10% of his hearing...wears two hearing aids which help him detect vibrations...is a talented lip reader...while in high school, met Curtis Pride, the only deaf player in the modern era to reach the Major Leagues, and has remained in contact with him since...resides in Lantana, FL.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Seattle in the 10th round of the 2000 draft...acquired by Los Angeles (NL) on April 3, 2004 along with RHP Aaron Looper in exchange for IF Jolbert Cabrera and OF Jason Romano...signed with San Diego as a free agent prior to the 2007 season...signed by Seattle as a free agent prior to the 2008 season...signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010. YR 00 01 02

RYAN KETCHNER’S CAREER RECORD

TEAM W-L ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO AZL Mariners 1-2 4.21 9 1 0 0 25.2 22 14 12 3 27 Everett 3-3 2.92 20 5 0 2 52.1 38 19 17 18 58 Wisconsin 3-6 2.59 31 12 0 1 111.0 75 39 32 39 118 Tacoma 0-1 4.76 1 1 0 0 5.2 9 3 3 0 6 03 Inland Empire 14-7 3.45 31 22 2 1 156.2 133 63 60 33 159 04 Jacksonville 8-7 3.02 21 21 0 0 119.1 118 43 40 36 98 Las Vegas 0-0 1.29 1 1 0 0 7.0 5 1 1 0 4 05 DID NOT PLAY - INJURED 06 GCL Dodgers 0-0 0.00 3 2 0 0 6.0 3 0 0 1 8 Vero Beach 2-1 1.45 9 0 0 0 18.2 10 3 3 5 19 Las Vegas 0-0 9.00 1 0 0 0 2.0 4 2 2 1 2 07 Portland 1-11 5.62 19 19 0 0 99.1 110 63 62 37 85 08 West Tenn 7-6 4.75 25 20 0 0 115.2 146 68 61 37 70 09 Lakeland 1-4 4.66 10 7 0 0 38.2 46 26 20 6 33 Toledo 2-0 0.56 2 2 1 0 16.0 11 1 1 2 6 Minor Lg. Totals 42-48 3.65 183 113 3 4 774.0 730 345 314 218 693

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JON KIBLER LEFT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’4 Weight: 215 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: August 10, 1986 (23) in Baltimore, MD Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 30th round of the 2007 draft Full name: Jonathan James Kibler

2009 SEASON

Spent the entire season with Double-A Erie, going 6-9 with a 4.06 ERA (73 ER/161.2 IP) in 27 games (all starts) along with three complete games (1st in the Eastern League)...went 2-2 with a 1.35 ERA during May...came up one out shy of a complete game shutout on May 22 vs. Akron (8.2 IP/7 H/0 ER)...struck out a season-high 7 batters on August 13 at New Britain and then again on August 24 vs. Akron...finished 3rd in the Eastern League in innings pitched (161.2 ), 1st in walks (68), 1st in errors by a pitcher (4) and 10th in ERA (4.06)

CAREER

2008: Named Detroit’s Minor League Pitcher of the Year, leading the Midwest League with 14 wins and a 1.75 ERA for Single-A West Michigan...was selected West Michigan’s Pitcher of the Year...selected to both the Midwest League’s mid- and post-season all-star squads...3rd in the league with 154.1 innings pitched, while he tied for 4th with two complete games...topped all league starters with 8.05 baserunners per nine innings ...finished 2-0 with a 0.56 ERA (1 ER/16.0 IP) and 14 strikeouts in two starts May 12-18 to earn Midwest League Pitcher of the Week honors...named the Midwest League Pitcher of the Week for a second time August 11-17, going 2-0 with a 1.29 ERA (2 ER/14.0 IP) and 14 strikeouts in two starts...earned Tigers Minor League Pitcher of the Month honors for May after compiling a 4-1 record and 1.49 ERA (6 ER/36.1 IP) in five starts ...limited opponents to one earned run-or-fewer in eight straight starts June 27-August 5...compiled a 6-1 record during the stretch, while posting a 0.65 ERA (4 ER/55.2 IP) and 41 strikeouts...fired a two-hit shutout on August 5 at Great Lakes...sidelined August 23-September 3 with left shoulder impingement syndrome...selected the Tigers Minor League Pitcher of the Month for the second time during the season in August, posting a 3-1 record and 1.61 ERA (5 ER/28.0 IP) in four starts...suffered the loss in his only start for West Michigan during the Midwest League playoffs after allowing five runs (one earned) in four innings of work...rated as possessing the best control in the Tigers organization following the season by Baseball America. 2007: Selected by Detroit in the 30th round of the June draft...made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Tigers-tabbed the Gulf Coast League Tigers Pitcher of the Year...transferred to Single-A Oneonta on August 25...did not figure in the decision in his lone start for Oneonta during the New York-Penn League playoffs-fanned nine batters as he allowed one hit in eight shutout innings of work.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Went 11-2 with a 1.63 ERA as a sophomore at Dundalk Community College (MD) in 2006-was named third team NJCAA Division II All-American...was named a third team All-Big 10 selection in 2007, pitching for Michigan State University, going 5-5 with a 4.34 ERA...resides in Freeland, MD.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Detroit in the 30th round of the 2007 draft. YR 07

TEAM GCL Tigers Oneonta 08 W Michigan 09 Erie Minor Lg. Totals

JON KIBLER’S CAREER RECORD

W-L 3-2 0-0 14-5 6-9 23-16

ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2.43 7 5 0 0 29.2 26 10 8 6 23 2.38 2 2 0 0 11.1 8 3 3 3 11 1.75 23 23 1 0 154.1 103 39 30 32 126 4.06 27 27 0 0 161.2 168 85 73 68 87 2.87 59 57 1 0 357.0 305 137 114 109 247

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JEFF LARISH FIRST BASE Height: 6’2 Weight: 200 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: October 11, 1982 (27) in Iowa City, IA Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 5th round of the 2005 draft Full name: Jeffrey David Larish

2009 SEASON

Saw action with the Tigers in two separate stints after making the club’s Opening Day roster out of Spring Training for the first time in his career...optioned to Triple-A Toledo on April 28-hit safely in four of his five games with the Mud Hens before being re-called by Detroit on May 5...homered in three straight games for the Tigers May 1013...optioned back to Toledo on June 6...collected a season-high five hits for Toledo on June 23 versus Durham...hit .400 (14-35) with three doubles, two home runs and seven RBI over a 10-game hitting streak July 21-August 2...sidelined August 27-September 5 with right wrist inflammation...re-called by Detroit on September 5 and placed on the 60-day disabled list for the remainder of the season with right wrist inflammation ...underwent right wrist surgery on September 15, a procedure performed by Dr. Donald Sheridan in Arizona.

CAREER

2008: Spent most of the season with Triple-A Toledo, hitting .250 (96-384) with 21 HR & 64 RBI in 103 games...had a game-winning walk-off triple on April 26 vs. Indianapolis (11th inning)...contract purchased by Detroit on May 28...picked up his first MLB hit on May 30 at Seattle (single against R.A. Dickey)...first MLB HR came on June 6 vs. Cleveland (against Paul Byrd)...optioned to Toledo on June 25...re-called by Detroit on July 10...optioned to Toledo on July 21...re-called by Detroit on August 27...had three 2HR games with Toledo...had two 4-RBI games with Toledo...had 30 multi-hit games (26 with Toledo-4 with Detroit)...made 96 starts at 1B and 21 starts at 3B...committed a total of 7 errors in 937 total chances at 1B (.993)...played with Mesa in the Arizona Fall League following the season, hitting .331 (41-124) with 9 doubles, 6 HR, 29 RBI (2nd in the league), 34 runs (2nd in the league) and an on-base percentage of .410...established careerhighs in games (145), at-bats (488), and hits (123). 2007: Spent the entire season with Double-A Erie, hitting .267 (121-454) with 28 HR & 101 RBI...hit .231 (66-286) before the All-Star break and .327 (55-168) after...had 33 multi-hit games on the year...had 4 RBI on four occasions...had 6 RBI on April 22 vs. Bowie...hit 2 HR on July 12 vs. Bowie...committed just 7 errors in 1,206 total chances at 1B for a .994 fielding percentage...finished 1st in the Eastern League in RBI (101), 1st in HR/AB ratio (16.21), 1st in HR (28), 2nd in walks (87), and3rd in slugging (.515) ...established career-highs in hits (121), total bases (234), HR (28), RBI (101), and walks (87)...was 4-17 at the plate with 1 HR & 8 RBI in 4 playoff games for Erie. 2006: Spent the entire season with Single-A Lakeland, hitting .258 (118-457) with 18 HR & 65 RBI...had 4 RBI on April 23 at Clearwater & July 21 at St. Lucie...hit 2 HR on June 5 versus Clearwater...had 30 multi-hit games on the year...finished 3rd in the Florida State League with 54 extra-base hits and 81 walks, tied for 3rd with 135 games played, 4th with 76 runs scored, and tied for 4th with 34 doubles...topped all league 1B with 1,350 total chances, 1,245 putouts, 92 assists, and 128 double plays...named the 9th best prospect in the Detroit system following the season by Baseball America...rated as the best power hitter and possessing the best strike-zone discipline in the Detroit system following the season by Baseball America. 2005: Started his professional career with the GCL Tigers, hitting .222 (4-18) in 6 games from August 10-16...promoted to Single-A Oneonta and hit .297 (19-64) in 18 games from August 18-September 8...hit home runs in his first three games with Oneonta...named the 9th best prospect and rated as possessing the best strike-zone discipline in the Detroit organization following the season by Baseball America.

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PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended McClintock HS (Tempe, AZ)...attended Arizona State University, where he hit .333 (283-849) with 57 2B, 51 HR, 235 RBI, and 229 runs scored in 223 games from 2002-2005...was named PAC 10 All-Star in 2003 & 2005...named to the College World Series All-Tournament Team in 2005...is second all-time in career HR at ASU with 51 (Bob Horner - 56)...set an ASU single-season record with 4 grand slams in 2003...on June 21, 2005, became just the third player ever to hit 3 HR in a College World Series game...teammates at ASU included Travis Buck, Andre Ethier, Ian Kinsler, and Dustin Pedroia...resides in Tempe, AZ.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally drafted by Chicago (NL) in the 32nd round of the 2001 draft (did not sign) ...selected by Los Angeles (NL) in the 13th round of the 2004 draft (did not sign)...selected by Detroit in the 5th round of the 2005 draft.

JEFF LARISH’S CAREER RECORD YR 05

TEAM GCL Tigers Oneonta 06 Lakeland 07 Erie 08 Toledo DETROIT 09 Toledo DETROIT Minor Lg. Totals Major Lg. Totals

AVG. G AB R H .222 6 18 1 4 .297 18 64 16 19 .258 135 457 76 118 .267 132 454 71 121 .250 103 384 49 96 .260 42 104 12 27 .265 61 211 38 56 .216 32 74 13 16 .261 455 1588 251 414 .242 74 178 25 43

2B 3B HR RBI BB 1 0 0 4 4 3 0 6 13 13 34 2 18 65 81 25 2 28 101 87 20 2 21 64 50 6 0 2 16 7 13 0 6 26 42 3 1 4 7 15 96 6 79 273 277 9 1 6 23 22

SO SB 5 0 6 0 101 9 108 6 109 0 34 2 56 2 25 0 385 17 59 2

MAX LEON SHORTSTOP/2ND BASE Height: 5’11 Weight: 190 Bats: Switch Throws: Right Born: June 27, 1984 (25) in Mexico City, MX Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 50th round of the 2004 draft Full name: Maxwell M. Leon

2009 SEASON

Split the season between Single-A Lakeland (injury rehab), Double-A Erie, and Triple-A Toledo...started the year with Erie, hitting .256 (60-234) in 62 games from April 9-June 21...had 6 RBI on April 23 vs. Harrisburg...was named Eastern League player of the month for April (.356, 4 HR, 19 RBI)...missed 6 weeks due to injury (knee tendonitis)...played in 8 games for Lakeland (August 5-20)...promoted to Toledo for the last 2 weeks of the season, hitting .161 (5-31) in 10 games...hit first career Triple-A HR on September 5 at Columbus ...appeared in games at 1B, 2B, 3B, LF, and RF throughout the year...played in 4 games with Tomateros de Culiacan in Mexico following the regular season.

CAREER

2008: Split the season between Double-A Erie in the Eastern League and Triple-A Toledo ...started the year with Erie, hitting .313 (46-147) in 44 games from April 5-June 5...promoted to Toledo on June 6 and hit .275 (41-149) in 50 games through the end of the season...placed on the disabled list (left shoulder) from July 18-August 4...had 23 multi-hit games on the year...hit right-handed pitchers at a .308 clip (70-227) and hit .246 (17-69) against left-handers...hit .321 (25-78) on the year with runners in scoring position...appeared in games at 1B (2 errors in 58 chances), 2B (1 error in 57 games), 3B (3 errors in 57 chances), SS (8 errors in 157 chances), and OF (0 errors in 30 chances) ...established a career-high with 16 stolen bases...played with Tomateros de Culiacan in the Mexican Winter League following the season, hitting .228 with 3 HR in 35 games. 2007: Spent most of the season with Single-A Lakeland in the Florida State League, hitting .299 (96-321) in 96 games...had 4 RBI on July 14 vs. Daytona...had 4 hits on August 10 vs. Vero Beach...finished the year with a .381 (37-97) month of August...hit right-handers at a .321 clip (76-237) and hit .238 (20-84) against left-handers...was 14-15 in stolen base attempts...promoted to Triple-A Toledo in September and went 2-6 in 2 games...also appeared in 1 playoff game with Toledo (0-2 at the plate)...appeared in 41 games with Tomateros de Culiacan in the Mexican League following the season, hitting .280 (35-125)...appeared in 94 games at 3B, 1 at 2B, and 1 in the OF (committed 22 errors in 274 total chances).

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2006: Started his professional career with Single-A West Michigan in the Midwest League, playing in 12 games from June 1-7...promoted to Double-A Erie and played in 15 games, going 1-15 (lone hit was a HR) at the plate from June 14-24...assigned to Single-A Oneonta in the New York-Penn League and played in 12 games from June 30-July 20, going 9-41 at the plate...finished the year with Gulf Coast Tigers, hitting .184 (9-49) in 17 games from July 21-August 21... appeared in 5 games with Tomateros de Culiacan in the Mexican League in October (0-2 at the plate)...played a total of 32 games at 2B and 1 at 1B on the year (committed 7 errors in 159 total chances).

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended South Mountain Community College (Phoenix, AZ)...signed by Brian Reid...resides in Sonora, Mexico.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Detroit in the 50th round of the 2004 draft.

MAX LEON’S CAREER RECORD YR 06

TEAM GCL Tigers Oneonta W. Michigan Erie 07 Lakeland Toledo 08 Erie Toledo 09 Lakeland Erie Toledo Minor Lg. Totals

AVG. G AB R H .184 17 49 9 9 .220 12 41 6 9 .167 6 12 1 2 .067 6 15 2 1 .299 96 321 50 96 .333 2 6 1 2 .313 44 147 24 46 .275 50 149 16 41 .286 8 28 2 8 .256 62 234 37 60 .161 10 31 2 5 .270 313 1033 150 279

2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 3 0 1 5 6 13 0 0 0 0 2 5 9 0 2 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 3 1 6 0 16 2 1 30 33 41 14 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 5 1 0 17 30 41 8 2 2 0 12 17 33 8 2 1 0 3 4 7 0 11 4 7 31 24 47 6 0 0 1 6 2 4 0 42 10 11 110 124 205 37

RUDDY LUGO RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’0 Weight: 210 Bats: Switch Throws: Right Born: May 22, 1980 (29) in Barahona, DR Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010

Full name: Ruddy Joraider Lugo

2009 SEASON

Spent the entire season with Triple-A Toledo, going 13-9 with a 4.07 (ERA (64 ER/141.2 IP)...pitched a complete game victory on July 30 at Louisville (5.1 IP)...struck out a season-high 8 batters on June 13 vs. Rochester...went 6-0 with a 1.65 ERA (8 ER/43.2 IP) in 7 starts from July 20-August 23.led all Detroit minor leaguers and tied for the IL lead in wins (13)...finished 3rd in the IL with 57 walks...pitched for Toros del Este in the Dominican Republic following the regular season, going 0-1 with an 11.91 ERA in 6 games (5 starts)...established career-highs in wins (13) and innings pitched (141.2).

CAREER

2008: Spent the season with Triple-A New Orleans in the Pacific Coast League, going 7-12 with a 5.36 ERA (80 ER/134.1 IP) in 24 games (all starts)...pitched a 5.0 complete game shutout on April 27 vs. Round Rock...blasted a HR and collected 4 RBI on July 20 vs. Albuquerque...struck out a season-high nine batters twice...pitched 7.0 innings or more nine times...was 3-1 with a 1.08 ERA (3 ER/25.0 IP) in day games...established careerhighs in starts (24) and innings (134.1)...pitched for Azucareros del Este in the Dominican Winter League following the season, going 1-5 with a 5.00 ERA (22 ER/39.2 IP) in 10 games (9 starts) with 21 BB & 25 K.

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2007: Was tied for sixth among American League relievers in victories...his six-game winning streak was the longest active streak in the majors at the end of the year...did not make an error in 38 games and has not made an error in 102 MLB career appearances ...worked 2.0 or more innings nine times during the year...was on Tampa Bay’s Opening Day roster...optioned to Triple-A Durham on May 6 and was designated for assignment on June 12...was claimed off waivers by Oakland from Tampa Bay on June 14 and went 4-0 with a 4.30 ERA in 27 games over three stints with the A’s...went 4-0 with a 2.86 ERA and a .210 opponents batting average against in his final tour with the A’s which began on August 4...sent to Triple-A Sacramento in the Pacific Coast League on June 18...helped the River Cats capture the PCL Title...re-called by Oakland on June 25 and optioned back to Sacramento on June 29...brought back to Oakland on August 4 and finished the year in the majors...tossed a season-high 3.0 innings on August 24 vs. Tampa Bay. 2006: Pitched most of the year for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays with four appearances with Single-A Visalia...led all American League rookies with 64 appearances, tying Estaban Yan’s club rookie record set in 1998...also led all rookies with 85.0 relief innings...finished second among the League’s relief pitchers in ERA...worked 2.0 or more innings 18 times, including a season-high 3.1 innings twice: June 1 at Baltimore and August 12 at Oakland...earned his first big league victory on May 20 vs. Florida...compiled a career-best 13.2 inning scoreless streak over an eight-game stretch from August 4-23 2005: Did not allow an earned run in 22 of his 26 outings for Double-A Montgomery in the Southern League...opponents hit .169 against him during the season. 2004: Led his Single-A Jupiter team in the Florida State League in saves (11)...also pitched in eight games with Double-A Carolina in the Southern League. 2003: Went 4-15 in 41 games (15 starts) with Double-A Round Rock in the Texas League...led the league in losses. 2002: Captured 11 saves at Single-A Vero Beach in the Florida State League and Double-A Jacksonville in the Southern League. 2001: Split the season between Single-A Beloit in the Midwest League (April 25-May 28)and Single-A Wilmington in the South Atlantic League (June 4-September 1) 2000: Pitched with Ogden and led the Pioneer (R) League in starts (16) and finished second in strikeouts (88) and innings pitched (91.2). 1999: Started his pro career with Ogden in the Pioneer League (rookie)...struck out 26 batters in 24.0 innings (6 starts).

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Graduated from Xaverian High School in Brooklyn, NY in 1999...struck out 12 batters and scored the winning run at Shea Stadium on June 15, 1999 to help lead Xaverian to the Catholic High School Athletic Association championship over Iona Prep...is the younger brother of MLB SS Julio Lugo...resides in Kissimmee, FL.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Milwaukee in the 3rd round of the 1999 draft...acquired by the Los Angeles Dodgers as the PTBNL in the February 25, 2001 trade in wich the Dodgers acquired OF Marquis Grissom in exchange for OF Devon White...acquired by the Houston Astros in exchange for OF Daryle Ward on January 25, 2003...signed by Florida as a free agent on April 2, 2004...signed by Tampa Bay as a free agent on April 20, 2005...claimed off waivers by Oakland on June 14, 2007...claimed off waivers by New York (NL) on January 30, 2008...signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 30, 2009...signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010.

Ruddy Lugo - he can do it all (photo courtesy of Paul Nelson)

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YR 99 00 01

TEAM Ogden Ogden Beloit Wilmington Vero Beach Jacksonville Round Rock Jupiter Carolina Visalia Montgomery

RUDDY LUGO’S CAREER RECORD

W-L ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 1-2 7.88 6 6 0 0 24.0 35 23 21 12 26 5-5 3.44 16 16 0 0 91.2 82 48 35 52 88 1-0 0.60 10 0 0 5 15.0 10 1 1 6 20 0-2 3.77 16 0 0 2 31.0 29 14 13 13 23 02 8-2 2.38 22 9 1 1 87.0 68 28 23 26 77 3-1 4.05 11 2 0 1 33.1 34 15 15 13 23 03 4-15 6.01 41 15 0 1 118.1 133 93 79 53 112 04 1-7 5.22 31 0 0 11 39.2 42 31 23 15 33 0-1 4.91 8 1 0 0 14.2 16 10 8 9 6 05 0-0 13.50 1 0 0 0 2.0 7 4 3 1 0 1-1 1.12 26 0 0 2 40.1 25 12 5 23 48 06 TAMPA BAY 2-4 3.81 64 0 0 0 85.0 75 39 36 37 48 Visalia 0-0 6.75 4 0 0 1 4.0 6 4 3 2 5 07 TAMPA BAY 2-0 9.28 11 0 0 0 10.2 17 11 11 13 8 Durham 2-1 1.84 11 0 0 0 14.2 12 5 3 12 7 OAKLAND 4-0 4.30 27 0 0 0 37.2 31 18 18 24 26 Sacramento 3-0 0.45 17 0 0 10 20.0 5 1 1 7 22 08 New Orleans 7-12 5.36 24 24 1 0 134.1 137 84 80 51 105 09 Toledo 13-9 4.07 25 25 0 0 141.2 148 77 64 57 82 Minor Lg. Totals 49-58 4.18 269 98 2 34 811.2 789 450 377 352 677 Major Lg. Totals 8-4 4.39 102 0 0 0 133.1 123 68 65 74 82

LUIS MARTE RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 5’11 Weight: 170 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: August 26, 1986 (23) in San Cristobal, DR Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a non-drafted free agent on November 16, 2005

Full name: Luis Alfredo Marte

2009 SEASON

Spent the season with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League...struck out a season-high seven batters four times...went 7.0 plus innings in seven of his 17 starts...left-handers hit .308 (56-182) against him while right-handers managed a .220 (50-227) average.

CAREER

2008: Selected to the Florida State League’s mid-season all-star squad...tied for 3rd in the Florida State League with 32 strikeouts in April along with a 1.24 ERA...was promoted to Double-A Erie on May 10...sidelined from May 25-July 21 with a right elbow strain...started six games for Mesa in the Arizona Fall League following the regular season, going 2-1 with a 4.15 ERA (8 ER/17.1 IP) with 22 strikeouts. 2007: Threw a complete game on June 22, blanking the GCL Yankees on two hits...appeared in three games with Single-A West Michigan during the Midwest League playoffs, going 1-0 with a 0.90 ERA (1 ER/10 IP) with 15 strikeouts. 2006: Tied for the Dominican Summer League lead with one shutout, while he tied for 3rd with eight wins, and 90 strikouts, tied for 4th with two complete games and tied for 7th with a 1.38 ERA...finished 2nd among all league starters with 12.46 strikeouts per 9.0 innings.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Signed by Ramon Pena...resides in San Cristobal, DR.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally signed by Detroit as a non-drafted free agent on November 16, 2005. YR 06 07

TEAM DSL Tigers GCL Tigers W Michigan 08 GCL Tigers Lakeland Erie Minor Lg. Totals

LUIS MARTE’S CAREER RECORD

W-L ERA G GS SHO SV IP H 8-0 1.38 11 11 1 0 65.0 41 2-0 0.75 2 2 1 0 12.0 8 1-2 2.83 15 2 0 3 35.0 28 0-1 3.60 1 0 0 0 5.0 5 3-2 1.98 7 7 0 0 41.0 29 4-4 5.05 10 10 0 0 57.0 57 18-9 2.72 46 32 2 3 215.0 168

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R 12 1 13 2 11 35 74

ER BB SO 10 15 90 1 1 12 11 11 36 2 0 5 9 11 41 32 26 32 65 64 216


MACAY MCBRIDE LEFT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’0 Weight: 212 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: October 24, 1982 (27) in Augusta, GA Obtained: Acquired in a trade with Atlanta on June 20, 2007 in exchange for LHP Wilfredo Ledezma Full name: Joseph Macay McBride

2009 SEASON

Did not pitch due to injury (“Tommy John” surgery).

CAREER

2008: Made just one start on the year - April 5 vs. Durham (1.0 IP/1 H) and threw just 10 pitches before leaving the game due to injury...underwent “Tommy John” surgery for a torn ligament in his left elbow and missed the rest of the season. 2007: Split the season between the Atlanta and Detroit organizations after being acquired on June 20...made Atlanta’s Opening Day roster for the first time in his career...optioned to Triple-A Atlanta on April 14 after appearing in 5 games with Atlanta (6.00 ERA) ...appeared in seven games with Richmond (5 starts) before being re-called by Atlanta on May 16...compiled a 1.23 ERA (7.1 IP) over his final nine games with Atlanta from May 29-June 19...pitched in 20 games with Detroit after the trade, going 0-1 with a 6.11 ERA...optioned to Triple-A Toledo on August 11...appeared in two playoff games with Toledo (2 ER/2.2 IP). 2006: In his second season with Atlanta, posted a 4-1 record and a 3.65 ERA while leading the club with 71 appearances...suffered a strained left forearm in early March and opened the season on the disabled list...pitched in four rehab games (4.2 IP) at Double-A Mississippi and three games (3.0 IP) at Triple-A Richmond (AAA)...was activated from the 15-day DL on April 30...equaled career-high with three strikeouts in back-to-back outings September 3 at Philadelphia and September 4 at New York (NL)...went 3-0 with a 3.00 ERA after the All-Star break, including a 2-0 record and a 1.08 ERA (1 ER/8.1 IP) in 11 games pitched in the month of August...worked a career-high 2.0 IP five times ...surrendered first career home run in his 58th game and 41.2 IP to Adrian Gonzalez on July 15 at San Diego. 2005: Appeared in 23 games as a rookie with Atlanta, going 1-0 with a 5.79 ERA...opened season at Double-A Mississippi and went 3-1 with a 3.65 ERA...pitched 25 games at Triple-A Richmond and went 1-5 with two saves and a 4.33 ERA...was 1-4 with a 3.65 ERA in 21 relief outings for Atlanta...posted a 1.35 ERA in 12 home games and a 9.82 mark on the road...held left-handed batters to a .172 batting average, while righties hit .433...was first re-called by Atlanta on July 21 when Atlanta traded RHP Kevin Gryboski to Texas...made his ML debut in the 9th inning July 22 at Arizona, fanning Luis Gonzalez for his first career strikeout ...entered July 29 game with one out and bases loaded, but got two outs to claim first career save vs. Pittsburgh...earned his first career win September 11...appeared in one playoff game with Atlanta and threw a scoreless ninth inning in Game 1 of the NLDS (Houston) with a strikeout.2004: Was 1-0 with a 2.91 ERA as a reliever over 43.1 IP at Double-A Greenville, but was 0-7 with a 5.55 ERA in 60.0 innings as a starter...appeared in more than 1.0 inning in 14 of 26 relief appearances, including a 4.0 inning outing July 22 at Carolina...struck out a season-best 10 on May 9 at Carolina...was moved to the bullpen after his start on May 24...went eight straight scoreless outings from June 18-30 (14.1 IP). 2003: Named the Pitcher of the Year at Single-A Myrtle Beach by the Atlanta Braves organization...named Braves’ 7th best prospect by Baseball America...selected to play on the Carolina League All-Star Team...led the Pelicans with a 2.95 ERA (6th in CL) and nine wins (T5th in CL). 2002: Named Most Valuable Pitcher by the South Atlantic League...named Pitcher of the Year at Macon by Atlanta Braves organization...named Braves 5th best prospect by Baseball America ...selected to play on South Atlantic League All-Star Team...led the league with a 2.12 ERA...pitched a complete game shutout on August 2 vs. Charleston (9 IP/5 H/6 K). 2001: The Braves top pick in 2001, went 11-2 with a 1.32 ERA and 160 K as a high school senior...allowed one earned run or less in seven GCL starts.

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PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Screven County High School (Sylvania, GA) - former big leaguer Bucky Dent also from Sylvania...went 11-2 with 161 strikeouts as a senior and was offered a scholarship to the University of Georgia (entered the 2001 draft instead)...received a $1.34 million dollar signing bonus by Atlanta...resides in Sylvania, GA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally drafted by Atlanta in the first round (24th overall) in the 2001 draft...acquired by Detroit from Atlanta, in exchange for LHP Wilfredo Ledezma on June 20, 2007.

MACAY MCBRIDE’S CAREER RECORD YR 01 02 03 04 05

TEAM W-L ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO GCL Braves 4-4 3.76 13 11 0 0 55.0 51 30 23 23 67 Macon 12-8 2.12 25 25 1 0 157.1 119 49 37 48 138 Myrtle Beach 9-8 2.95 27 27 0 0 164.2 164 63 54 49 139 Greenville 1-7 4.44 38 12 0 0 103.1 113 59 51 46 102 Mississippi 3-1 3.65 6 3 0 0 24.2 21 11 10 12 16 Richmond 1-5 4.33 25 1 0 2 43.2 49 27 21 22 47 ATLANTA 1-0 5.79 23 0 0 1 14.0 18 11 9 7 22 06 Mississippi 0-0 9.64 4 2 0 0 4.2 8 5 5 1 6 Richmond 0-0 0.00 3 0 0 0 3.0 1 0 0 1 3 ATLANTA 4-1 3.65 71 0 0 1 56.2 53 28 23 32 46 07 Richmond 1-2 3.13 7 5 0 0 23.0 26 10 8 7 24 ATLANTA 1-0 3.60 18 0 0 0 15.0 14 9 6 15 17 Toledo 1-0 3.38 5 0 0 0 8.0 9 4 3 5 6 DETROIT 0-1 6.11 20 0 0 0 17.2 19 12 12 10 13 08 Toledo 0-0 0.00 1 1 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 09 DID NOT PITCH - INJURED Minor Lg. Totals 32-35 3.24 154 87 1 2 588.1 562 258 212 214 548 Major Lg. Totals 6-2 4.35 132 0 0 2 103.1 104 60 50 64 98

SAM NARRON LEFT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’7 Weight: 200 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: July 12, 1981 (28) in Goldsboro, NC Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010 Full name: Samuel Franklin Narron

2009 SEASON

Attended Spring Training with Milwaukee as a non-roster invitee...spent most of the year with Triple-A Nashville with a brief two-game stint with Double-A Huntsville in July...struck out a season-high seven batters with Huntsville on July 22 vs. Carolina (earned a win)-was also his longest outing (7.2 IP) of the year...lost four straight decsions (3 starts) from July 27-August 12...left-handers hit .375 (21-56) against him and righties hit .317 (83-262)...pitched for Gigantes del Cibao in the Dominican Republic following the regular season (0-2, 4.10 ERA).

CAREER

2008: Split the year between Double-A Huntsville and Triple-A Nashville...started with Huntsville and was promoted to Nashville on May 16...went 8-0 with a 2.73 ERA from April 18-June 3...led all Milwaukee minor leaguers with 15 wins...ranked 10th in the minors with 172.0 innings pitched...tossed three 9.0 inning complete games on the year...pitched for Azucareros del Este in the Dominican Republic following the regular season (0-3, 8.16 ERA). 2007: Spent the whole year with Double-A Huntsville...led the team in innings pitched (151.1) and starts (26)...was 2nd in the Southern League in walks per 9.0 IP (1.56)...went 6.0 or more innings in 17 of his 26 starts...struck out a season-high eight batters on May 18 vs. West Tennessee...pitched a four-hit shutout on August 1 vs. Chattanooga and singled home the game’s only run...went 1-1 with a 5.56 ERA in three games (2 starts) during the Southern League playoffs. 2006: Went 2-4 in 18 games (9 starts) for Single-A Brevard County...didn’t pitch until mid-May while recovering from “Tommy John” surgery...worked season-high 5.0 innings and struck out a season-high seven batters in start on July 18 vs. Dunedin...appeared in one game for Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League following the regular season.

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2005: Missed the entire season after “Tommy John” surgery on May 31 (Dr. William Raasch) 2004: Combined for a 14-2 record and 3.72 ERA (64 ER/155.0 IP) in 30 games (24 starts) split between Double-A Frisco and Triple-A Oklahoma...won his first 11 decisions of the year until a loss on July 8 at Colorado Springs...was named to the Texas League mid-season all-star team...named PCL Pitcher of the Week for June 28-July 3...made his only Major League appearance in a start with Texas vs. Oakland on July 30-did not earn a decision (2.2 IP/5 H/4 ER/4 BB/1 K/3 HR)...won his lone PCL playoff start for Oklahoma on September 10 vs. Iowa. 2003: Spent the year with Single-A Stockton, going 10-4 with a 3.48 ERA in 26 games (14 starts)...went 6-0 with a 2.83 ERA as a reliever...hit in the face by a Dan Conway line drive on May 13 vs. Visalia and missed a month...started two games in the California League playoffs; went 0-2 with a 4.66 ERA in 9.2 innings of work. 2002: Began his professional career with Pulaski after signing on June 11...earned first rpo win on June 26 at Elizabethton...left the team earlt to return to East Carolina and complete his degree.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

He is the grandson of former major league catcher and coach Sam Narron and cousin of catcher and manager Jerry Narron...father (Richard) advanced as far as the Triple-A level while plaing in the NY Mets system...graduated from Eastern Wayne (NC) High School...attended East Carolina University from 2000-02; helped club reach NCAA tournament all three years...graduated magna cum laude with a 3.65 GPA as a biology major/chemistry minor...named North Carolina Collegiate Baseball Player of the Year & First Team All-East Region as a freshman in 2000...went 12-1 in 15 starts as a sophomore to set a single-season school record...in 2002, went 8-3 with a 2.98 ERA to earn spot on All-Conference USA team...named 2002 Conference USA Basevall Scholar-Athlete-ofthe-Year...resides in Goldsboro, NC.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Texas in the 15th round of the 2002 draft...claimed off waivers by Milwaukee on September 24, 2004...signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010. YR 02 03 04

SAM NARRON’S CAREER RECORD

TEAM W-L ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO Pulaski 6-1 3.88 14 9 0 3 69.2 78 34 30 8 50 Stockton 10-4 3.48 26 14 0 0 103.1 107 48 40 19 75 Frisco 6-0 2.36 13 8 0 0 53.1 56 23 14 10 27 Oklahoma 8-2 4.43 17 16 1 0 101.2 123 55 50 24 31 TEXAS 0-0 13.50 1 1 0 0 2.2 5 4 4 4 1 05 DNP - INJURED 06 Brevard County 2-4 3.25 18 9 0 1 55.1 48 21 20 15 46 07 Huntsville 7-9 4.21 27 26 1 0 151.2 176 78 71 26 95 08 Huntsville 6-1 2.77 8 8 0 0 52.0 44 19 16 12 20 Nashville 9-4 4.80 20 18 0 0 120.0 137 67 64 40 58 09 Huntsville 1-0 2.13 2 2 0 0 12.2 11 4 3 2 9 Nashville 1-7 5.62 18 9 0 0 75.1 104 53 47 20 40 Minor Lg. Totals 56-32 4.02 163 119 2 4 795.0 884 402 355 176 451 Major Lg. Totals 0-0 13.50 1 1 0 0 2.2 5 4 4 4 1

LHP Fu-Te Ni (photo courtesy of Lad Strayer)

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FU-TE NI LEFT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’0 Weight: 176 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: November 14, 1982 (27) in Taiwan Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 13, 2009 Full name: Fu-Te Ni

2009 SEASON

Opened his first season of professional baseball in the United States with Triple-A Toledo before he joined etroit for his first action at the major league level...allowed 8.6 percent of inherited runners (3-35) to score, best among all American League relievers...compiled a 0.57 ERA (1 ER/15.2 IP) over a 13-outing stretch with Toledo May 3-June 16...did not allow a run over a 10-outing stretch May 14-June 13, tossing 9.1 scoreless innings...had his contract purchased from Toledo by Detroit on June 28...made his major league debut on June 29 at Oakland, fanning a career-high three batters in 1.2 innings of relief-became the first native of Taiwan to appear at the major league level for the Tigers...equaled the high with three strikeouts on July 5 at Minnesota and August 2 at Cleveland...tossed two scoreless innings of relief on July 5 at Minnesota to establish a career best-matched the best with two innings of relief on August 10 at Boston and August 16 versus Kansas City...posted a 1.59 ERA (2 ER/11.1 IP) over a 10-outing stretch July 23-August 16...did not allow a run over a 13-outing stretch September 5-October 6, tossing 6.2 scoreless innings...limited left-handed batters to a .113 batting average (7-62)...righties hit .289 (13x45) with Ni on the mound...opponents hit .143 (5-35) with runners in scoring position.

CAREER

2008: Spent the regular season with China Trust Whales in the China Professional Baseball League, going 5-12 with a 3.34 ERA ...led the CPBL with 132 strikeouts, 22 more than runner-up Ryokan Kobayashi...Ni was with Taiwan for the 2008 Final Olympic Qualification Tournament, allowing 9 hits and 4 runs (3 earned) in 7.2 IP...he got a nodecision in a 6-5 loss to Team Canada, the tournament champion...Taiwan earned a spot in the 2008 Olympics for their work...in the Olympics, Ni was 1-2 with a 4.09 ERA, striking out 11 in 11.0 IP...he took the loss against Japan and also took the loss against South Korea...Ni earned a win against Team Canada to give Taiwan 5th place. 2007: Began his professional career with the China Trust Whales, going 7-12 with a 3.53 ERA and 125 strikeouts in 112.1 IP...finished 3rd in the CPBL in strikeouts behind Joey Dawley and Lorenzo Barcelo and 5th in WHIP (1.20)...finished 8th in ERA, 0.01 behind former major leaguer Gary Rath...Ni joined the Taiwan national team shortly before the 2007 Baseball World Cup and was the team’s most-used pitcher, appearing in five games, going 0-1 with a 2.84 ERA...he struck out 10 in 6.1 IP...against Japan, the Bronze Medal winners, he struck out 4 in 2.1 IP, allowing no runs in a win...Taiwan finished 8th in the tournament...in the 2007 Asian Championship, Ni compiled a 54.00 ERA and allowed three of four baserunners to reach base.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Pingtung Senior High School...attended the University of Chiayi...in the 2001 World Port Tournament (Rotterdam, Netherlands), Ni allowed 4 hits and 1 earned run in 1.0 IP...is the first player from the CPBL to sign a deal with a major league club...is expected to play for Taiwan in the 2009 World Baseball Classic...resides in Taiwan.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Signed by Detroit on January 13, 2009 with an invite to Major League Spring Training after playing for two seasons in the China Professional Baseball League (CPBL). YR 07 08 09

TEAM China Trust China Trust Toledo DETROIT Minor Lg. Totals Major Lg. Totals Chinese Totals

FU-TE NI’S CAREER RECORD

W-L 5-12 7-12 3-0 0-0 3-0 0-0 12-24

ERA 3.34 3.53 2.60 2.61 2.60 2.61 3.43

G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 25 21 1 4 145.1 170 71 54 35 132 44 14 0 0 122.1 111 56 48 42 125 24 0 0 0 34.2 31 10 10 9 32 36 0 0 0 31.0 20 9 9 11 21 24 0 0 0 34.2 31 10 10 9 32 36 0 0 0 31.0 20 9 9 11 21 69 35 0 4 267.2 281 127 102 77 257

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JONAH NICKERSON RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’1 Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: March 9, 1985 (25) in Casper, WY Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 7th round of the 2006 draft Full name: Jonah S. Nickerson

2009 SEASON

Spent the entire season with Double-A Erie, going 8-12 with a 5.33 ERA (98 ER/165.1 IO) in 28 games (27 starts)...struck out a season-high six batters on May 10 vs. Bowie and again on July 12 vs. Akron...went 7.0 plus in innings pitched in six starts including a complete game win on August 4 vs. New Brittain...right-handers hit .319 (116-364) against him and lefties hit .324 (101-312)...led the Eastern League in innings (165.1), HR allowed (23), hits allowed (217), batters faced (746), runs allowed (108), earned runs allowed (98), hit batters (15)

CAREER

2008: Tied for the lead in the Florida State League with 12 wins, 26 games started and a .750 winning percentage, while he finished 3rd with 146.2 innings pitched...tied for 2nd among all league starters with a .244 batting average against, while he was 4th with 11.29 baserunners per nine innings and 5th with 7.07 strikeouts per nine innings...tabbed the Florida State League Pitcher of the Week for May 12-18 (1-1 record, 1.84 ERA and 13 strikeouts)...posted an eight-game winning streak May 18-August 15, the second longest such streak in the league...tossed a three-hit shutout on May 23 at Jupiter. 2007: Tied for the lead in the Midwest League with two complete games and one shutout ...posted seven straight wins over a nine-game stretch June 25-August 8...shared Midwest League Pitcher of the Week honors for July 23-29 after tossing a two-hit shutout on July 28 at Cedar Rapids...selected the Tigers Minor League Pitcher of the Month for July after compiling a 4-0 record and 1.09 ERA (4 ER/33.0 IP) in five starts...led the league with a 1.09 ERA during July, while he tied for the lead with four wins...named the 22nd-best prospect in the Tigers organization following the season by Baseball America. 2006: Started his pro career with Single-A Oneonta...Named the 25th-best prospect in the Tigers organization following the season by Baseball America.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Oregon State University...finished 9-2 with a 2.13 ERA in 18 starts in 2005, earning All-PAC 10 Conference honors-named Second-Team All-American bu USA Today Sports Weekly...was an All-PAC 10 Conference selection in 2006, going 13-4 with a 2.35 ERA in 19 starts...Second Team All-American selection by Baseball America...tied for 3rd in Division I with 13 wins...named the Most Outstanding Pitcher in the College World Series as Oregon State won the tournament...at a local rally in Oregon City on July 7, 2006, Nickerson was honored with the keys to the city by Mayor Alice Norris, who also proclaimed July 7 as “Jonah Nickerson Day”...graduated from Oregon City High School ...resides in Sherwood, OR.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally drafted by Detroit in the 7th round of the 2006 draft.

JONAH NICKERSON’S CAREER RECORD YR TEAM 06 Oneonta 07 W Michigan 08 Lakeland 09 Erie Minor Lg. Totals

W-L 0-0 11-7 12-4 8-12 31-23

ERA 2.77 4.24 3.99 5.33 4.50

G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 5 0 0 2 13.0 8 4 4 4 12 25 25 1 0 150.2 156 74 71 38 116 27 26 1 1 146.2 138 82 65 43 114 28 27 0 0 165.1 217 108 98 44 75 85 78 2 3 475.2 519 268 238 129 317

RYAN PATTERSON OUTFIELD Height: 5’11 Weight: 205 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: May 2, 1983 (26) in Dallas, TX Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010 Full name: Ryan Marcus Patterson

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2009 SEASON

Spent the year with the Fort Worth Cats in the American Association (independent), hitting .284 (111-391) with 12 HR & 66 RBI in 95 games.

CAREER

2008: Spent the entire season with Double-A New Hampshire in the Eastern League...had four hits in a game four different times...was named player of the week May 26-June 1, hitting .464 (13-28) with 5 HR & 10 RBI...hit 2 HR on May 31 vs. Portland...hit .327 (48-147) against left-handers on the year and .211 (66-313) against right-handers...played 26 games with Phoenix in the Arizona Fall League following the season, hitting .300 (2480). 2007: Split the season between Single-A Dunedin and Double-A New Hampshire...played five games with Dunedin and was then promoted to New Hampshire on May 6...had a season-high five RBI on May 8 vs. New Britain...hit a home rin in three straight games July 1-3. 2006: Split the season between Single-A Dunedin and Double-A New Hampshire...named Howard Webster Award winner for the 2nd straight year (with Dunedin)...became 21st player in Toronto history to win the award twice...participated in the Florida State League All-Star game. 2005: Started his pro career with Single-A Auburn in the NY-Penn League...named as a Howard Webster Award winner (Toronto’s award for best player at each minor league level)...led the league in RBI, extra-base hits, and slugging percentage...participated in the NY-Penn League All-Star game.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended LSU (majored in Communications)...hit 50 HR with 174 RBI in 190 career games with the Tigers...hit .353 (284-805) in three seasons at LSU...is good friends with Hunter Pence of the Astros...earned four letters in baseball (hit .553 as a senior) and three as a running back in football at Rowlett (TX) High School...resides in Metairie, LA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Toronto in the 4th round of the 2005 draft...signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010.

RYAN PATTERSON’S CAREER RECORD

YR 05 06

TEAM Auburn Dunedin

AVG. G AB R .339 71 274 52 .286 84 353 66 New Hampshire .262 48 183 19 07 Dunedin .190 5 21 1 New Hampshire .267 111 446 53 08 New Hampshire .248 121 460 57 09 Fort Worth .284 95 391 61 Minor Lg. Totals .277 535 2128 309

H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 93 23 4 13 65 21 53 5 101 24 0 19 68 21 61 2 48 14 1 6 20 13 49 2 4 2 0 0 1 2 3 0 119 27 0 18 68 23 102 1 114 29 3 17 53 22 83 7 111 27 1 12 66 27 63 11 590 146 9 85 341 129 414 28

RYAN PERRY

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’4 Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: February 13, 1987 (23) in Pomona, CA Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 1st round (21st overall) of the 2008 draft Full name: Ryan Keith Perry

2009 SEASON

Spent the majority of the season working in relief for the Tigers, finishing sixth among all American League rookies with 53 appearances...made his major league debut on April 8 at Toronto, tossing a scoreless inning of relief...compiled a 1.42 ERA (1 ER/6.1 IP) over his first eight outings of the season April 8-26-after allowing four runs (two earned) on April 28 versus the New York Yankees, he posted a 1.42 ERA (2 ER/12.2 IP) over a nineouting stretch April 29-May 25...established a career-high with four strikeouts on May 12 at Minnesota...optioned to Triple-A Toledo on June 8-did not appear in a game with Toledo before being re-called by Detroit on June 12...allowed five runs in 4.1 innings of relief over three outings June 13-20 before being optioned to Toledo on June 21...made eight appearances with Toledo before being re-called by Detroit for the remainder of the season on July 18...posted a 2.13 ERA (3 ER/12.2 IP) and 12 strikeouts over a 10-outing stretch with the Tigers July 23-August 16...compiled a 1.93 ERA (2 ER/9.1 IP) over his final eight outings of the season September 14-October 3...established a career-best with three innings of relief on October 3 versus the Chicago White Sox...limited right-handed batters to a .206 batting average (26-126)...lefties hit .294 (30-102) against him.

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CAREER

2008: Started his professional career with the Gulf Coast Tigers, pitching in two games (July 24 & 26)...worked 2.0 innings and did not allow a hit to the six batters faced (struck out 4)...moved to Single-A Lakeland on July 29 and worked in 12 games during August (all relief)...was 4-5 in save chances...earned his first pro victory on August 1 at Sarasota ...struck out a season-high three batters on August 12 at Clearwater

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Marana (AZ) High School where he lettered in baseball and golf...played shortstop in high school and moved to the mound when he started college...attended the University of Arizona...in three seasons with Arizona, went 9-6 with a 4.78 ERA (76 ER/ 143.0 IP) with 49 BB/125 K in 62 games (15 starts)...was 5-1 with a 1.50 ERA out of the bullpen during his final season at Arizona...signed a $1.48 million dollar signing bonus with Detroit...resides in Marana, AZ.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally drafted by Detroit in the 1st round (21st overall) in the 2008 draft.

RYAN PERRY’S CAREER RECORD YR 08

TEAM GCL Tigers Lakeland 09 Toledo DETROIT Minor Lg. Totals Major Lg. Totals

W-L ERA G GS SHO SV 0-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 1-2 3.86 12 0 0 4 1-0 2.63 8 0 0 3 0-1 3.79 53 0 0 0 2-2 2.96 8 0 0 3 0-1 3.79 53 0 0 0

IP 2.0 11.2 13.2 61.2 27.1 61.2

H 0 15 13 56 28 56

R 0 6 4 30 10 30

ER BB SO 0 0 4 5 7 12 4 4 12 26 38 60 9 11 28 26 38 60

MIKE RABELO CATCHER Height: 6’1 Weight: 200 Bats: Switch Throws: Right Born: January 17, 1980 (30) in New Port Richey, FL Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent January 14, 2010 Full name: Michael Gregory Rabelo

2009 SEASON

Played in only nine games with the Gulf Coast Marlins due to a wrist injury...hit .143 from August 21-30...played in nine games for Licey in the Dominican Republic following the regular season, hitting .222 (6-27).

CAREER

2008: Began the season on the 15-day Disabled List with a left knee sprain...returned from rehab and reinstated from the DL, April 11...batted .200 (6-30) in eight rehab games with single-A Jupiter...homered off Roy Oswalt in his first game after returning to the lineup, April 11 at Houston...tied his career-high with three hits, April 25 at Milwaukee...placed on the 15-day DL, June 23, with a fractured right wrist and missed the remainder of the season...was transferred to the 60-day DL on September 1. 2007: Spent his first full season at the Major League level as Detroit’s back-up catcher ...appeared on an Opening Day roster for the first time in his career...made his first career start behind the plate, April 12 at Toronto...collected first Major League hit on April 28 vs. Minnesota, a single in the sixth inning off of Carlos Silva...connected for his first career home run on September 30 at U.S. Cellular Field vs. the White Sox, a two-run shot against Mike MacDougal...played eight games in the Dominican Winter League where he batted .310 (9-29) with five RBI while playing with the Azucareros del Este. 2006: Split the season between Double-A Erie and Triple-A Toledo, before joining Detroit on September 17...selected to the Eastern League’s mid-season all-star team...promoted to Toledo on July 12...belted a grand slam on August 19 vs. Columbus, establishing seasonhighs with four hits and five RBI...saw action in 7 games during the IL playoffs for Toledo, batting .160 (4-25) with one home run...had his contract purchased by Detroit on September 17...made his MLB debut on September 23 at Kansas City, striking out as a pinch-hitter against Jimmy Gobble...committed just four errors in 639 total chances as a catcher...established career-highs in runs (50), doubles (25), HR (9), and RBI (50). 2005: Spent the entire season with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League, hitting .273 (77282) in 77 games....started the season slowly, hitting.118 ( 4-34) in his first month ...heated up, hitting .305 (43-141) from May 1 to July 31...went 11-18 at the plate in a five game stretch from August 9-13.

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2004: Played the majority of the season with Single-A Lakeland with the exception of a five-game stint with Double-A Erie July 3-10…selected to the Florida State League’s midseason all-star squad…batted .339 (20-59) with 10 RBI in 17 games during April …reached base safely via a hit or walk in 22 consecutive games June 4-July 22 for Lakeland, hitting .345 (29-84) with 10 runs scored, six doubles, 13 RBI and a .402 onbase percentage…drove in a season-best four runs June 23 vs. Jupiter…hit safely in 11 of 12 games August 17-30, batting .381 (16-42). 2003: Led Single-A West Michigan and finished 8th among all Tigers minor leaguers with a .274 batting average…selected to the Midwest League’s mid-season all-star team …topped all league catchers with a .994 fielding percentage and 773 putouts…posted a nine-game hitting streak June 30-July 9, hitting .406 (13-32)...established season-highs with four hits and four RBI at Fort Wayne on July 17...became the first player in Whitecaps history to hit an inside-the-park home run during the game…hit safely in 14of-17 games with an at-bat August 8-28, batting .350 (21-60) with nine runs scored, three doubles, two home runs and nine RBI…equaled a season-best with four hits at Burlington on August 25. 2002: Topped all Midwest League catchers with 813 putouts and 15 errors for West Michigan…snapped a 25-at-bat stretch without a hit over 9 games (June 6-14) by hitting safely in 6 of 7 games June 15-25...posted a season-best six-game hitting streak July 31August 8, batting .417 (10-24)…established a season-high with four RBI July 31 vs Dayton …saw action in 5 games during the Midwest League playoffs, batting .167 (3-18) with a double and two RBI. 2001: Earned New York-Penn League post-season all-star honors after finishing 4th in the league with a .325 batting average…hit safely in 17 of 18 games June 28-July 24, batting .441 ...collected a season-best four hits August 10 at Lowell…had just four errors in 322 total chances.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Ridgewood High in New Port Richey, FL...hit .365 (74-203) with 10 HR and 58 RBI at the University of Tampa in 2001 ...threw out 42.9 % of baserunners attempting to steal that season... resides in New Port Richey, FL.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Boston in the 13th round of the 1998 draft (did not sign)...selected by Detroit in the 4th round of the 2001 draft...traded to Florida on December 5, 2007 (along with Cameron Maybin, Andrew Miller, Dallas Trahern, Eulogio De La Cruz, and Burke Badenhop) in exchange for Dontrelle Willis and Miguel Cabrera...signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010. YR 01 02 03 04

TEAM Oneonta W Michigan W Michigan Lakeland Erie 05 Erie 06 Erie Toledo DETROIT 07 DETROIT 08 Jupiter FLORIDA 09 GCL Marlins Minor Lg. Totals Major Lg. Totals

MIKE RABELO’S CAREER RECORD

AVG. G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB .325 53 194 27 63 4 2 0 32 23 45 1 .195 123 410 42 80 13 1 2 41 42 91 3 .274 123 394 41 108 16 0 5 40 31 62 9 .287 92 327 36 94 20 2 0 38 25 56 3 .100 5 20 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 4 0 .273 77 282 33 77 18 1 2 26 18 42 0 .277 62 213 31 59 13 1 6 28 19 38 2 .270 38 137 19 37 12 0 3 22 11 33 1 .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .256 51 168 14 43 10 2 1 18 6 41 0 .200 8 30 2 6 2 0 0 1 2 8 0 .202 34 109 9 22 1 0 3 10 8 25 0 .143 9 28 3 4 2 0 0 2 6 6 0 .260 599 2064 236 537 101 7 19 234 179 393 19 .234 86 278 23 65 11 2 4 28 14 67 0

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JOSH RAINWATER RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’2 Weight: 220 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: April 9, 1985 (24) in DeRidder, LA Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 4th round of the 2000 draft Full name: Joshua Paul Rainwater

2009 SEASON

Split the season between Double-A Erie and Triple-A Toledo...started the year with Erie and earned the win in relief in first appeaance of the year (April 8 vs. Altoona)...appeared in 22 games with Erie (2 starts)...was named to the Eastern League mid-season All-Star team (did not play in the game due to a promotion to Toledo)...went 1-3 with 3 saves in 17 games (3 starts) with Toledo after being promoted on July 2...saved 3 straight games July 16-20...struck out a season-high 5 batters on two occasions...established a career-high with 39 appearances...pitched with Leones de Ponce in Puerto Rico following the regular season, going 1-1 with 1 save and a 2.80 ERA in 13 games (2 starts).

CAREER

2008: Spent the season with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League, going 10-7 with a 4.09 ERA (60 ER/132.0 IP) in 24 games (23 starts)...struck out a season-high nine batters on July 3 vs. Akron (earned the win)...12 of his 23 starts were “quality” starts...limited righthanded hitters to a .238 average (72-302) while lefties hit him at a .320 clip (63197)...finished 4th in the Eastern League in walks (64)...established career-highs in wins (10), starts (23), innings (132.0), and strikeouts (78)...pitched for Leones de Ponce in the Peurto Rican Winter League following the season helping them win the title and advancing to the Caribbean Series - went 2-0 with a 2.98 ERA (15 ER/45.1 IP) in 16 games (4 starts) with 15 BB & 24 K. 2007: Split the season between Single-A West Michigan in the Midwest League and SingleA Lakeland in the Florida State League...started with West Michigan and went 7-2 with an ERA of 2.32 (11 ER/42.2 IP) in 16 games (4 starts) from April 5-June 14...struck out a season-high seven batters on June 4 vs. Fort Wayne...went 2-2 with an ERA of 3.02 (16 ER/47.2 IP) in 19 games (4 starts) at Lakeland from June 20-August 31...longest outing was 6.0 IP (twice)...ERA as a starter was 4.06 (17 ER/37.2 IP) and 1.71 (10 ER/52.2 IP) as a reliever. 2006: Split the season beCtween Single-A Lakeland in the Florida State League and Single-A West Michigan in the Midwest League...started with Lakeland and went 0-2 with a 6.17 ERA in 5 games (4 starts) from April 10-May 1...went to West Michigan and went 6-4 with a 3.84 ERA in 14 games (10 starts) from May 21-August 7...longest outing of the year was 6.1 IP on July 6 at Lansing...struck out a season-high nine batters on July 28 at Clinton...did not pitch after August 7 due to a sore right elbow. 2005: Did not begin his season until May 23...went 3-7 with a 4.24 ERA in 16 games with Single-A West Michigan from May 23-September 5...longest outing was 8.2 IP on June 13 vs. Lansing (ND)...struck out a season-high 11 batters on July 10 at Clinton (suffered the loss)...started one playoff game for West Michigan and took the loss (6.1 IP/8 H/2 ER/0 BB/5 K). 2004: Pitched in 11 games with Oneonta in the NY-Penn League from June 19-September 3...struck out a season-high 11 batters on August 22 vs. Vermont...finished 2nd in the NYPenn League in walks (35) and 5th in losses (6). 2003: Started his pro career with the Gulf Coast Tigers, pitching in 10 games...struck out a season-high six batters twice...named the 23rd best prospect in the Detroit system following the season by Baseball America.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended DeRidder High School and led the school to its first ever 4-A state championship, tossing a no-hitter in the semi-finals and fanning six of the seven batters he faced to close out the finals...in back-to-back starts, struck out 17 against Barbe High School and 18 vs. defending state champion Elkins High School...signed by Steve Taylor...resides in DeRidder, LA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Detroit in the 4th round of the 2000 draft.

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JOSH RAINWATER’S CAREER RECORD YR 03 04 05 06

TEAM GCL Tigers Oneonta W. Michigan W. Michigan Lakeland 07 W. Michigan Lakeland 08 Erie 09 Erie Toledo Minor Lg. Totals

W-L 1-2 0-6 3-7 6-4 0-2 7-2 2-2 10-7 2-1 1-3 32-36

ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 4.78 10 9 0 0 37.2 41 23 20 20 40 4.22 11 11 0 0 49.0 46 28 23 35 52 4.24 16 16 0 0 80.2 84 45 38 20 75 3.84 14 10 0 0 63.1 69 34 27 12 53 6.17 5 4 0 0 23.1 32 18 16 7 9 2.32 16 4 0 0 42.2 34 16 11 13 39 3.02 19 4 0 0 47.2 45 22 16 21 34 4.09 24 23 0 0 132.0 135 75 60 64 78 2.59 22 2 0 2 41.2 33 15 12 14 32 5.76 17 3 0 3 29.2 34 26 19 11 22 3.98 154 86 0 5 547.2 553 302 242 217 434

WILKIN RAMIREZ OUTFIELD Height: 6’2 Weight: 190 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: October 25, 1985 (24) in Bani, DR Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a non-drafted free agent on February 5, 2003 Full name: Wilkin Emilio Ramirez

2009 SEASON

Finished fifth in the International League with 33 stolen bases as he spent the majority of the season with Triple-A Toledo-saw his first major league action in three separate stints with the Tigers...hit safely in his first nine games of the season with Toledo April 9-17, batting .324 (12-37)...collected a season-high four hits on April 28 versus Columbusmatched the high with four hits on May 16 at Charlotte...belted a season-high two home runs on May 16 at Charlotte...re-called by Detroit on May 19...made his major league debut on May 20 versus Texas-connected for his major league hit, a solo home run in the sixth inning off Matt Harrison...became the first Tigers player to hit a home run in his major league debut since Reggie Sanders (9/1/74)...optioned back to Toledo on May 21...batted .514 (19-37) with two doubles, a triple, two home runs and eight RBI over a nine-game hitting streak July 1-10...hit .352 (38-108) with six doubles, two triples, seven home runs and 21 RBI in 28 games during July-led the International League with 69 total bases during the month...fared better against lefties with Toledo, hitting .304 (41135)...batted .237 (71-299) against right-handed pitchers...re-called by Detroit for the remainder of the season on September 1...collected a career-high two hits on September 10 at Kansas City...named the 8th best prospect in the Detroit system after the season by Baseball America.

OF Wilkin Ramirez (photo courtesy of Paul Nelson)

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CAREER

2008: Spent most of the season with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League, hitting .303 (131-433) in 110 games...finished 7th in the Eastern League with a .303 batting average, 2nd in slugging pct. (.522), and 2nd with 26 stolen bases...started the season with a 9-game hitting streak...promoted to Triple-A Toledo on June 6...appeared in 11 games with Toledo, going 3-36 at the plate (2 hits came in one game - June 8 vs. Columbus)...assigned to Erie on June 20...collected 5 RBI on July 10 at Reading...hit 2 HR with 6 RBI on August 8 at Reading...hit .321 (34-106) in August...had 39 multi-hit games on the year...established career-highs in runs (76), hits (134), 2B (25), 3B (7), HR (19), and RBI (73)...played only seven Dominican winter league games because of symptoms consistent with gastroenteritis - Ramirez was sent home after becoming ill. 2007: Split the season between Single-A Lakeland and Double-A Erie, finishing 3rd among all Detroit minor leaguers with 34 stolen bases...opened the season with Lakeland and finished 5th in the Florida State League with 28 stolen bases...collected a season-high four hits on June 14 vs. Tampa...hit .390 (30-77) with 18 runs scored, 3 2B, 5 HR, 11 RBI and 12 SB in 25 games during June...promoted to Double-A Erie on July 20...appeared in one game with Erie during the Eastern League playoffs, going 2-4...named the 14th-best prospect in the Detroit organization following the season by Baseball America. 2006: Limited to 66 games with Single-A Lakeland after landing on the disabled list on July 20 with a left shin contusion...belted a grand slam on May 20 at Palm Beach, collecting a season-high four RBI - matched the high with four RBI on May 26 vs. Vero Beach...named the 13th-best prospect in the Detroit organization following the season by Baseball America. 2005: Selected to the Midwest League’s mid-season all-star squad with Single-A West Michigan...led the Midwest League with 143 strikeouts, while he tied for 5th with 131 games played...collected a season-best 4 hits on May 15 vs. Fort Wayne...posted a seasonhigh 10-game hitting streak August 11-21...fared better against left-handed pitchers, hitting .306 (37-121)...batted .247 (92-372) with righties on the mound...saw action in all four of West Michigan’s games during the Midwest League playoffs, batting .267 (4-15) with two doubles and three RBI...named the fifth-best prospect and best power hitter in the Detroit organization following the season by Baseball America. 2004: Missed the entire season due to right shoulder surgery...named the 11th-best prospect in the Detroit organization following the season by Baseball America. 2003: Made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Tigers after signing with Detroit as a non-drafted free agent on February 5, 2003...finished 2nd in the Gulf Coast League with seven triples, while he was 4th with 35 RBI, tied for 4th with 51 strikeouts and 5th with 90 total bases...led all Gulf Coast League 3B with 86 assists and 21 errors...collected a season-best 4 hits on July 22 vs. the GCL Phillies...named the 12th best prospect in the Detroit organization following the season by Baseball America.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Played exclusively at 3B for first three professional seasons and then switched to the outfield at the start of the 2007 season...recommended/signed by Ramon Pena...resides in Bani, DR.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally signed by Detroit as a non-drafted free agent on February 5, 2003.

WILKIN RAMIREZ’S CAREER RECORD YR 03 04 05 06 07

TEAM AVG. G AB R GCL Tigers .275 54 200 34 DID NOT PLAY - INJURED W. Michigan .262 131 493 69 Lakeland .225 66 249 31 Lakeland .273 88 319 48 Erie .215 34 121 15 08 Erie .303 110 433 74 Toledo .083 11 36 2 09 Toledo .258 113 434 69 DETROIT .364 15 11 6 Minor Lg. Totals .262 607 2285 342 Major Lg. Totals .364 15 11 6

H 55 129 56 87 26 131 3 112 4 599 4

2B 3B HR RBI BB 6 7 5 35 13

SO SB 51 6

21 10 7 3 24 1 18 0 90 0

143 21 69 8 86 28 38 6 138 26 11 1 143 33 3 0 679 129 3 0

2 4 4 1 7 0 6 1 31 1

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16 8 10 2 19 0 17 1 77 1

65 35 33 10 41 20 14 8 73 43 0 1 51 41 3 1 312 171 3 1


WILL RHYMES SECOND BASE Height: 5’9 Weight: 155 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: April 1, 1983 (27) in Houston, TX Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 27th round of the 2005 draft Full name: William Daniel Rhymes

2009 SEASON

Spent the entire season with Triple-A Toledo, hitting .260 (105-404) with 20 SB in 109 games...went 3-5 with a career-high 5 RBI on Opening Day (April 9 vs. Indianapolis) ...had a nine-game hitting streak from May 26-June 4, hitting .441 (15-34)...had 32 multi-hit games on the year...appeared as the lead-off batter in 66 games...had 3 errors in 282 chances (.989) at 2B.

CAREER

2008: Spent the majority of the season with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League, hitting .306 (158-516) with 60 RBI and 17 SB in 131 games...led the Eastern League with 158 hits, was 3rd in runs scored (76) and 6th in batting average (.306)...promoted to Triple-A Toledo on August 27 and played in six games for the Mud Hens, going 8-25 (.320) at the plate...had a season-high 13-game hitting streak from August 14-28 (last two games were at Toledo)...had 49 multi-hit games on the year (3 with Toledo) including 5 four-hit games...hit .356 (47-132) against left-handers and .291 (119-409) against right-handers ...hit .279 (97-348) before the All-Star break and .358 (69-193) after the break...had 468 at-bats as a 2B and 64 as a SS...hit .397 (50-126) with runners in scoring position and .413 (38-92) with runners on w/2 outs...166 total hits ranked 12th in minor league baseball...played with Mesa in the Arizona Fall League following the season, hitting .287 (31-108)...established career-highs in games (137), at-bats (541), runs (81), hits (166), 2B (21), 3B (8) and RBI (62). 2007: Started the year with Single-A Lakeland in the Florida State League, hitting .304 (99-326) with 24 SB in 88 games from April 5-July 19...put together a season-high 13game hitting streak with Lakeland from June 12-26...hit .345 (70-203) from May 1-June 30...promoted to Double-A Erie in the Eastern League on July 20 and hit .265 (41-155) in 39 games...had 4 RBI on July 2 vs. Harrisburg...had 39 multi-hit games on the year (27 with Lakeland)...played 124 games at 2B and 1 at SS...led the Florida State League in SO/TPA ratio (1/10.13), was 3rd in on-base percentage (.389) and 7th in batting average (.304)...was 3-12 at the plate in 3 playoff games for Erie. 2006: Spent the entire season with Single-A West Michigan in the Midwest League, hitting .261 (132-506) with 23 SB in 126 games...had multi-hit games in five straight games July 21-25 (2,3,2,2,3)...had 33 multi-hit games on the year...finished 2nd in the Midwest League in SO/TPA ratio (1/10.91), 3rd in runs (80) and 5th in at-bats (506)...helped the Whitecaps to a Midwest League championship, hitting .382 (13-34) with 3 SB.

2B Will Rhymes (photo courtesy of Paul Nelson)

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2005: Spent his first pro season with Single-A Oneonta in the New York-Penn League, hitting .328 (82-250) in 61 games...had 25 multi-hit games on the year including 2 fourhit games...finished 2nd in the NY/Penn League in SO/TPA ratio (1/18.60) and 5th in batting average (.328)...was 1-8 at the plate in 2 playoff games for Oneonta.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended the College of William & Mary (2002-05)...hit .352 (221-627) in 167 games at WM with 32 2B, 11 3B, 7 HR, 101 RBI, and 34 SB...named to the All-Colonial Athletic Association team as a Junior and Senior (led the league with a .413 batting average as a senior)...played for Brewster in the Cape Cod League in 2004 (named to All-Star team)...signed by Bill Buck...resides in Sarasota, FL

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally drafted by Detroit in the 27th round of the 2005 draft.

WILL RHYMES’ CAREER RECORD YR 05 06 07

TEAM Oneonta W. Michigan Lakeland Erie 08 Erie Toledo 09 Toledo Minor Lg. Totals

AVG. G AB R .328 61 250 48 .261 126 506 80 .304 88 326 43 .265 39 155 21 .306 131 516 76 .320 6 25 5 .260 109 404 48 .286 560 2182 322

H 82 132 99 41 158 8 105 625

2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 11 3 2 27 25 15 14 19 2 3 39 53 53 23 12 2 4 35 44 38 24 6 0 1 21 6 20 5 21 7 3 60 44 66 17 0 1 0 2 2 4 0 17 6 3 41 36 58 20 86 21 16 225 210 254 103

RYAN ROBERSON FIRST BASE Height: 6’5 Weight: 240 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: August 1, 1983 (26) in Silver Spring, MD Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 30th round of the 2005 draft Full name: Ryan Daniel Roberson

2009 SEASON

Spent the season with Triple-A Toledo, hitting .227 (67-295) in 84 games...started the year with a 13-game hitting streak, hitting .314 (16-51)...was placed on the disabled list on August 12 with a left wrist fracture, ending his season.

CAREER

2008: Spent most of the year with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League with a June stint with Toledo (7 games)...blasted 2 HR with 4 RBI on April 18 at Altoona & again on July 10 at Reading...had a 19-game hitting streak with Erie from May 28-June 26, hitting .417 ( 30-72)...was promoted to Toledo and went 6-25 at the plate in seven games from June 512...named Eastern League Hitter of the Week July 7-14...blasted a grand slam on August 1 vs. Reading...went 5-5 with 5 RBI on August 28 vs. Harrisburg...hit .321 (42-131) with runners in scoring position at Erie...tied for 2nd in the E.L. with 25 HR, 4th with 87 RBI, 3rd in slugging (.507) and 2nd in HR/AB ratio (1/17.60)...committed 14 errors in 1095 total chances (.987) on the year at 1B...established career-highs in nearly every offensive category. 2007: Spent most of the season with Single-A Lakeland in the Florida State League, hitting .268 (98-366) 44 extra-base hits in 100 games...on the disabled list (right thumb fracture) from June 25-August 6...hit .330 (29-88) against left-handers and .248 (69-278) against right-handers on the season...played in seven games with the GCL Tigers from July 30-August 4 (4-17 at the plate)...led all Florida State League 1B with 107 double plays and 14 errors.

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2006: Started the season with Single-A West Michigan in the Midwest League, hitting .233 (31-133) in 34 games from April 6-May 18...was on the disabled list (left wrist sprain) from May 26-August 23...played in four games with the Gulf Coast Tigers from August 15-20 (1-12 at the plate)...played in five games with Single-A Lakeland from August 25September 2 (4-16 at the plate)...committed 5 errors in 274 total chances (.982) at 1B. 2005: Started his professional career with Single-A Oneonta in the New York-Penn League, hitting .284 (56-197) with 7 HR & 47 RBI in 52 games from June 21-September 8...hit a HR and drove in 5 runs in his pro debut on June 21 at Tri-City...committed just 2 errors in 270 total chances at 1B (.993).

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended George Washington University...hit .271 (32-118) as a freshman in 2002...selected All-Atlantic 10 Conference as a sophomore in 2003, hitting .383 (75-196) with 43 runs scored, 14 doubles, eight HR, and 68 RBI (led the conference) in 53 games...in 2004 as a junior, hit .326 (76-233) with 58 runs scored, 14 doubles, 14 HR, 61 RBI and 11 stolen bases in 59 games...an All-Atlantic-10 Conference selection as a senior in 2005, hitting .423 (82-194) with 47 runs scored, 14 doubles, 16 HR, 52 RBI and 16 stolen bases in 53 games...led the A-10 Conference in batting average, hits, on-base percentage (.487), and slugging percentage (.753) - slugging ranked 5th in the country...signed by Bill Buck...resides in Silver Spring, MD

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally drafted by Detroit in the 30th round of the 2005 draft.

RYAN ROBERSON’S CAREER RECORD YR 05 06

TEAM Oneonta W. Michigan GCL Tigers Lakeland 07 Lakeland GCL Tigers 08 Erie Toledo 09 Toledo Minor Lg. Totals

AVG. G AB R H .284 52 197 26 56 .233 34 133 11 31 .083 4 12 2 1 .250 5 16 0 4 .268 100 366 47 98 .235 7 17 2 4 .289 117 440 75 127 .240 7 25 2 6 .227 84 295 27 67 .262 410 1501 192 394

2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 13 2 7 47 14 60 0 5 1 0 13 8 42 3 0 0 0 1 2 6 0 1 0 0 2 1 10 0 28 1 15 51 28 107 3 0 0 0 0 4 5 1 19 1 25 86 34 120 7 2 0 0 1 0 7 0 19 0 7 36 24 89 1 87 5 54 237 115 446 15

1B Ryan Roberson (photo courtesy of Paul Nelson)

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SHAWN ROOF INFIELD Height: 5’10 Weight: 175 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: August 3, 1984 (25) in Louisville, KY Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 33rd round of the 2007 draft Full name: Shawn Patrick Roof

2009 SEASON

Started the year with Single-A Lakeland, going 6-21 at the plate in five games...promoted to Double-A Erie on April 23 where he spent the rest of the season...went 4-5 with five RBI on June 2 vs. Altoona...hit .348 (31-89) at home and .179 (17-95) on the road for the year...appeared in games at 3B (25), 2B (23), SS (12), 1B (4), and OF (2)

CAREER

2008: Split the season between Single-A Lakeland and Double-A Erie...started with Lakeland, hitting .261 in 48 games from April 4-June 23...hit .318 (14-44) in 14 April games...went 4-5 on June 19 vs. Tampa...hit .234 in 42 games with Erie from June 28September 1...appeared in games at SS (40), 2B (30) and 3B (15). 2007: Split the season between the GCL Tigers and Single-A Lakeland...appeared in games at 2B (23), SS (21), OF (7) and 3B (1).

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended the University of Illinois...hit .320 in 37 games as a sophomore...batted .333 in 57 games as a junior...hit .299 with 40 stolen bases in 58 games as a senior...is the son of Gene Roof, Detroit’s minor league roving outfield/baserunning instructor and former Mud Hens Manager...resides in Paducah, KY.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Detroit in the 33rd round of the 2007 draft.

SHAWN ROOF’S CAREER RECORD YR 07

TEAM GCL Tigers Lakeland 08 Lakeland Erie 09 Lakeland Erie Minor Lg. Totals

AVG. G .250 15 .217 37 .261 48 .234 42 .258 8 .261 56 .247 206

AB 40 115 153 124 31 184 647

R H 7 10 7 25 21 40 15 29 5 8 21 48 76 160

2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 1 0 0 5 9 6 5 3 0 0 15 7 27 0 8 0 0 16 20 26 3 3 0 0 8 11 23 1 1 1 0 3 2 5 4 2 3 1 16 12 39 4 18 4 1 63 61 126 17

MATT RUSCH RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 5’11 Weight: 195 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: May 20, 1983 (26) in Schenectady, NY Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a non-drafted free agent on July 18, 2005 Full name: Matthew Andrew Rusch

2009 SEASON

Spent the entire season with Triple-A Toledo, going 2-4 with 1 save and an ERA of 4.86...lone start came on July 25 at Scranton/WB (took the loss-4.0 IP, 8 H, 4 ER, 1 BB, 4 K)...had an ERA of 3.60 (14 ER/35.0 IP) on the road and 6.00 (26 ER/39.0 IP) at home...best month was July (3.24 ERA)...longest relief outing was 3.1 innings (May 28 vs. Norfolk)...was 1-3 in save opportunities.

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CAREER

2008: Split the season between Double-A Erie and Triple-A Toledo...started the year with Erie in the Eastern League and pitched in four games before being promoted to Toledo on April 12...appeared in 26 games with Toledo (all relief), going 3-0 with back-to-back wins on May 19 & 22...struck out a season-high 5 batters on May 22...assigned to Erie on June 25...promoted to Toledo on August 13...assigned to Erie on August 15...promoted to Toledo on August 17...pitched a season-high 5.0 innings on August 25 vs. Richmond to earn the win...issued just 2 walks in 33.2 IP over from June 8 to the end of the season ...established a career-high in games (48). 2007: Spent the entire season with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League, going 6-1 with 3 saves in 40 games (all relief)...longest outing of the year was 3.1 IP on April 16 at Akron...struck out a season-high 4 batters on June 13 at Portland...finished the year strong with an ERA of 1.04 (2 ER/17.1 IP) after the All-Star break...opponents managed just a .173 batting average (9-52) against him with runners in scoring position. 2006: Spent the entire season with Single-A West Michigan in the Midwest League, going 9-3 with a 1.79 ERA (16 ER/80.1 IP) in 39 games (3 starts)...longest outing of the year was 3.0 innings (12 times)...struck out a season-high 5 batters twice...did not allow a HR in his first 27 games (57.0 IP)...finished 2nd among all Midwest League relievers with 0.88 walks per 9.0 innings and 8.07 baseruners per 9.0 innings...appeared in four games (all relief) in the playoffs with 1 save and an ERA of 2.70 (2 ER/6.2 IP) helping West Michigan win the Midwest League Championship. 2005: Started his professional career with the Gulf Coast Tigers, going 1-3 with 1 save in 7 games (6 starts)...earned the save in his pro debut on July 22 at GCL Phillies...longest outing was 7.0 innings on August 24 vs. GCL Yankees...struck out a season-high 4 batters on 3 occasions...promoted to Single-A Oneonta on August 30 and pitched in 2 games ...appeared in 1 game for Oneonta in the NY/Penn League playoffs (4 ER/1.0 IP).

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Mount Olive College in NC...signed by Bill Monbouquette..resides in Schenectady, NY.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally signed by Detroit as a non-drafted free agent on on July 18, 2005.

MATT RUSCH’S CAREER RECORD YR 05

TEAM GCL Tigers Oneonta 06 W. Michigan 07 Erie 08 Erie Toledo 09 Toledo Minor Lg. Totals

W-L 1-3 1-0 9-3 6-1 1-1 3-0 2-4 23-12

ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 3.06 7 6 0 1 35.1 35 18 12 2 16 1.80 2 0 0 0 5.0 6 1 1 0 5 1.79 39 3 0 1 80.1 63 19 16 10 66 3.40 40 0 0 3 53.0 42 20 20 18 55 5.45 22 0 0 1 33.0 39 21 20 8 30 4.24 26 0 0 0 40.1 44 20 19 13 33 4.86 38 1 0 1 74.0 90 45 40 24 48 3.59 174 10 0 7 321.0 319 144 128 75 253

RHP Matt Rusch (photo courtsey of Paul Nelson)

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CODY SATTERWHITE RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’4 Weight: 205 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: January 27, 1987 (23) in Jackson, MS Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 2nd round of the 2008 draft Full name: Cody Allen Satterwhite

2009 SEASON

Spent the year with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League...went 12-15 in save chances on the year...had 14 outings of 2.0 or more innings with longest outing being 3.0 innings (twice)...struck out a season-high four batters on May 9 vs. Bowie...went 2-0 with four saves and an ERA of 0.75 (1 ER/12 IP) in nine July outings...left-handers struggled to a .188 (15-80) against him while right-handers hit .290 (31-107). named the 14th best prospect in the Detroit system following the season by Baseball America.

CAREER

2008: Named the eighth best prospect in the Tigers’ system following the season by Baseball America.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS Attended the University of Mississippi...named the Gatorade High School Player of the Year in Mississippi (2005) at Hillcrest Christian (MS) High School (hit .403 in his high school career while striking out 194 in 111.0 IP)...pitched a no-hitter in his ever varsity start...also lettered in football, basketball and soccer...was named a freshman AllAmerican by Collegiate Baseball Magazine and was named to the Freshman All-SEC team, going 11-2 with 46 strikeouts in 23 games...a 2nd team All-SEC selection as a sophomore...saw action with the USA National Team at the Pan-American Games during the summer of 2007...had 55 strikeouts in 16 games (14 starts) as a junior at Ole Miss...resides in Byram, MS.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selecetd by Cleveland in the 37th round of the 2005 draft (did not sign) ...selected by Detroit in the 2nd round of the 2008 draft.

CODY SATTERWHITE’S CAREER RECORD YR 08

TEAM GCL Tigers Lakeland 09 Erie Minor Lg. Totals

W-L ERA G GS SHO SV 0-0 0.00 3 0 0 1 0-0 4.42 17 0 0 2 4-6 3.47 34 0 0 12 4-6 3.60 54 0 0 15

IP 2.1 18.1 49.1 70.0

H 4 16 46 66

R 0 10 22 32

ER BB SO 0 1 2 9 12 22 19 27 52 28 40 76

JAY SBORZ RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’4 Weight: 210 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: January 24, 1985 (25) in Washington D.C. Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 2nd round of the 2003 draft Full name: John James Sborz

2009 SEASON

Started the year with Double-A Erie, making 14 appearances (1 start) from April 15-June 28...longest outing was 3.1 innings (April 29 and June 2)...struck out a season-high three batters six different times...pitched one game for Single-A Lakeland on May 15 (2.2 IP)...promoted to Triple-A Toledo where he appeared in two games (both relief) on June 30 and July 25....missed five weeks due to an oblique strain...was named the 21st best prospect in the Detroit system following the season by Baseball America,

CAREER

2008: Spent the year with Single-A Lakeland in the Florida State League...all 40 appearances were relief...longest outing was 3.0 innings...struck out a season-high four batters on May 10 vs. Vero Beach...was 7-12 in save opportunities on the year.

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2007: Missed the first three months of the season with a tendon injury...pitched in five games for Single-A Oneonta and five games for the Gulf Coast Tigers. 2006: Pitched in just three games in May for Single-A West Michigan...landed on the disabled list (right shoulder tendonitis) on May 16 and missed the rest of the season. 2005: Started the year with Single-A West Michigan working 21 games (all relief) from April 8-June 19...struck out six batters on April 15 vs. Cedar Rapids...went to Single-A Oneonta and pitched in nine games (seven starts) from June 24-September 6...longest outing was 6.0 innings on August 26 vs. Vermont. 2004: finished 2ns in the Gulf Coast League with 62 strikeouta...led the league with nine HR allowed and 44 walks, while he was 3rd with 60.1 IP...named the 27th best prospect in the Tigers’ system following the season by Baseball America. 2003: Named the ninth best prospect in the Tigers’ system following the season by Baseball America...rated as the eighth best draft-eligible right-handed pitching prospect prior to the draft by Baseball America...

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS Pitched for Team USA Youth at the World Youth Championship in Mexico (2001), winning a gold medal...as a senior at Langley High School (VA), he finished 7-2 with a 0.64 ERA and 133 strikeouts in 66 innings...shared MVP honors with Eric Duncan of Seton Hall Prep in the inaugural All-American Baseball Game (6/9/03), tossing 2.0 scoreless innings and striking out five batters...resides in Great Falls, VA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Detroit in the 2nd round of the 2003 draft.

JAY SBORZ’S CAREER RECORD YR 03 04 05

TEAM GCL Tigers GCL Tigers W Michigan Oneonta 06 W Michigan 07 GCL Tigers Oneonta 08 Lakeland 09 Lakeland Erie Toledo Minor Lg. Totals

W-L 0-2 1-4 1-1 1-3 1-0 1-1 0-0 3-2 0-0 1-2 1-0 10-15

ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 4.85 8 7 0 0 26.0 20 18 14 14 35 4.48 12 12 0 0 60.1 52 32 30 44 62 7.90 21 0 0 0 27.1 36 27 24 23 31 4.34 9 7 0 0 29.0 24 15 14 27 25 5.40 3 0 0 0 5.0 8 3 3 4 4 2.61 5 2 0 0 10.1 9 4 3 2 8 5.40 5 1 0 0 10.0 10 10 6 6 9 2.87 40 0 0 7 53.1 44 22 17 25 48 0.00 1 0 0 0 2.2 1 0 0 1 1 2.52 14 1 0 0 25.0 16 9 7 13 29 2.25 2 0 0 0 4.0 1 1 1 1 5 4.23 120 30 0 7 253.0 221 141 119 160 257

DEIK SCRAM OUTFIELD Height: 6’2 Weight: 180 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: February 1, 1984 (26) in Arkansas City, KS Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 18th round of the 2006 draft Full name: Deik R. Scram

2009 SEASON

Spent the entire season with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League, hitting .252 (111-441) with 20 HR in 121 games...hit 2 HR on April 24 vs. Harrisburg...had an 11-game hitting streak from May 9-24...went 4-5 with 4 runs scored on July 6 at Binghamton...collected 5 RBI on August 8 versus Connecticut...went 4-6 on August 22 versus Akron...finished 3rd in the Eastern League in HR (20), 2nd in triples (8), 4th in strikeouts (121)...was named to the mid-season Eastern League All-Star team-went 1-3 with an RBI double in the game...established career-highs in runs (75), HR (20) and RBI (70).

CAREER

2008: Spent the season with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League, hitting .253 (122-482) with 24 doubles, 13 HR and 69 RBI...blasted two HR including a grand slam on August 7 at Reading...had 33 multi-hit games on the season...finished 4th in the league in strikeouts (127)...established career-highs in at-bats (482), doubles (24), HR (13), and RBI (69).

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2007: Split the season between Single-A West Michigan in the Midwest League and SingleA Lakeland in the Florida State League...started at West Michigan and hit .370 (30-81) in May and .343 (34-99) in June...selected to the Midwest League’s mid-season All-Star team and was named the game’s MVP...promoted to Lakeland on July 20...had a four-game stretch (July 28-August 3) with 13 hits in 18 at-bats, eight runs scored, four extra-base hits, and five RBI...had 36 multi-hit games on the year...hit .376 (53-141) combined on the year leading-off an inning. 2006: Started his pro career with Single-A Oneonta in the New York-Penn League, hitting .281 (66-235) in 59 games from June 20-September 4...hit an impressive .340 (34-100) with runners on base...tied for 4th in the league in triples (6).

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS Attended Cowley County Community College (Wichita, KS) in 2004 (hit .371) & 2005 (hit .458 with 30 SB)...transferred to Oklahoma State University in 2006...named Second-Team All-Big 12 after hitting .363 (61-168) with 37 runs scored, 13 doubles, seven triples, six HR and 35 RBI in 57 games...resides in Arkansas City, KS.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Milwaukee in the 45th round of the 2004 draft (did not sign) ...selected by Detroit in the 18th round of the 2006 draft.

DEIK SCRAM’S CAREER RECORD

YR 06 07

TEAM Oneonta W. Michigan Lakeland 08 Erie 09 Erie Minor Lg. Totals

AVG. G AB R H .281 59 235 30 66 .327 73 266 45 87 .283 41 152 25 43 .253 131 482 70 122 .252 121 441 75 111 .272 425 1576 245 429

2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 12 6 2 29 26 62 3 14 6 2 24 40 54 14 9 4 3 13 17 29 7 24 4 13 69 57 127 14 23 8 20 70 63 121 9 82 28 40 205 203 393 47

ZACH SIMONS RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’3 Weight: 200 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: May 23, 1985 (24) in Mountain Home, ID Obtained: Acquired in a trade with Colorado (4/30/08) Full name: Zachary M. Simons

2009 SEASON

Split the season between Double-A Erie and Triple-A Toledo in hjis first full season with the Tigers...appeared in 31 games for Erie (all relief) from April 9-August 13...struck out a season-high five batters on April 27 vs. Bowie...longest outing was 3.0 innings (3 times)...had a 1.19 ERA (3 ER/22.2 IP) in 14 games during June and July with Erie...appeared in 11 games (all relief), going 3-0 with Toledo from July 21-September 4...pitched in eight games for Bravos de Margarita in Venezuela following the regular season.

CAREER

2008: Opened the season with Single-A Modesto in the Colorado Rockies organization before being acquired by the Tigers in a two-player deal on April 30...worked a seasonhigh 4.0 innings of relief on April 10 vs. Stockton...fanned a season-best five batters on April 26 vs. Visalia...assigned to Single-A Lakeland after being acquired by the Tigers ...posted a 3-1 record, 0.48 ERA (1 ER/18.2 IP) with 25 strikeouts in 14 games May 21July 3...struck out five batters on June 24 vs. Jupiter to equal a season-high ...struck out five again on August 1 at Sarasota...compiled a 1.04 ERA (3 ER/26.0 IP) with 30 strikeouts over his final 16 outings July 14-August 30...limited left-handed batters to a .109 batting average (6-55) with Lakeland...right-handed batters in the Florida State League hit .192 (23-120) against him...finished 0-1 with a 4.85 ERA in 12 outings for Mesa in the Arizona Fall League following the season. 2007: Pitched the entire season in relief with Single-A Asheville, marking the first time he had been used exclusively in relief during his professional career...posted a 0.68 ERA (1 ER/13.1 IP) in eight appearances during May...established season-highs with 4.0 innings of relief and five strikeouts on August 16 at Columbus...compiled a 5-1 record and 2.70 ERA (11 ER/36.2 IP) in 22 outings prior to the all-star break...limited right-handed batters to a .241 batting average (42-174)...lefties hit .300 (27-90) against him...saw action in five games with Waikiki in the Hawaii Winter League following the season, posting an 8.22 ERA and one save.

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2006: Split time between the starting rotation and bullpen for Single-A Asheville ...finished 2-1 with a 1.64 ERA (4 ER/22.0 IP) in four starts during April...went the distance on May 27 vs. Kannapolis. 2005: Made his professional debut with Single-A Tri-City after being selected by the Rockies in the second round of the June draft...tied for 2nd in the Northwest League with six wins and 82.2 innings pitched, while he tied for 4th with 15 games started...tied for 5th in the league with eight home runs allowed...compiled a 2-0 record and 1.25 ERA (3 ER/21.2 IP) in his first four starts June 23-July 8...posted a 3-1 record and 1.77 ERA (7 ER/35.2 IP) in six starts during July to earn Rockies Minor League Pitcher of the Month honors...named the 16th-best prospect in the Northwest League following the season by Baseball America.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Everett Community College in Washington...resides in Glenns Ferry, ID.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Oakland in the 38th round of the 2003 draft (did not sign)...selected by Colorado in the 2nd round of the 2005 draft...acquired by Detroit from Colorado on April 30, 2008 in exchange for RHP Jason Grilli.

ZACH SIMONS’ CAREER RECORD YR 05 06 07 08

TEAM Tri-City Ashville Ashville Modesto Lakeland 09 Erie Toledo Minor Lg. Totals

W-L 6-5 6-9 8-2 1-0 5-2 1-2 3-0 30-20

ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 3.81 15 15 0 0 82.2 75 39 35 23 40 6.29 26 21 0 0 111.2 134 91 78 49 60 4.52 42 0 0 1 69.2 69 37 35 31 62 2.70 7 0 0 0 13.1 12 5 4 9 14 2.36 39 0 0 2 53.1 29 15 14 30 61 2.82 31 0 0 3 51.0 39 21 16 21 50 2.45 11 0 0 1 18.1 15 5 5 4 13 4.21 171 36 0 7 400.0 373 213 187 167 300

JASON STOKES FIRST BASE Height: 6’4 Weight: 225 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: January 23, 1982 (28) in Irving, TX Obtained: Signed as a free agent on January 14, 2010 Full name: Jason F. Stokes

2009 SEASON

Did not play - retired

CAREER

2008: Did not play - retired 2007: Played in just 18 games with Triple-A Sacramento from April 6-May 6 before back injuries cut his season short...had five RBI on April 10 vs. Portland. 2006: Batted .257 with seven HR and 34 RBI in 65 games for Triple-A Albuquerque, despite missing more than two months with three stints on the disabled list...hit .309 with three HR & 13 RBI in first 22 games of the year...on the disabled list May 2-13 with a left shoulder strain...had a season-best nine-game hitting streak April 14-23, hitting .486...had a season-high four hits on April 17 vs. New Orleans...on disabled list May 26June 24 with back strain...had two HR and six RBI on July 8 at Memphis...on the disabled list from July 29-August 23 with a left shoulder strain. 2005: Played in 13 games with Triple-A Albuquerque...missed most of the season with left thumb inflammation...hit a grand slam on April 12 at Omaha. 2004: Earned Southern League Player of the Week honors May 7-13 (.391/4 HR/10 RBI)...placed on the disabled list (left wrist) from June 24-July 8...made his 3rd consecutive league All-Star team with Carolina...earned “Best Pwer” prospect honors in the Southern League according to Baseball America...ranked as Florida’s 4th best prospect following the season by Baseball America. 2003: Led the Florida State League with 89 RBI...was Florida Marlins Minor League Player of the Month in June (.369/6 HR/28 RBI)...had five games of 4 or more RBI including a 7 RBI game on June 5 at St. Lucie...was a member of Baseball America’s High Class A All-Star team as well as a Florida State League All-Star.

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2002: Earned Midwest League MVP Honors with Single-A Kane County, leading the league in batting average (.341), slugging (.645), HE per at-bat (12.93), and HR (27) despite playing just 97 games after having season-ending surgery on his left wrist to remove a cyst...participated in the All-Star Futures Game in Milwaukee...named Sporting News and Topps Minor League Player of the Year...was a Midwest League All-Star. 2001: Primarily played DH at short-season Utica, hitting .231 with six HR in 35 games.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Graduated from Coppell (TX) High School in 2000...named National High School Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior, and was All-State as a junior and senior...his 25 HR as a senior stands as the state’s high school home run record... resides in Coppell, TX.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Florida in the 2nd round of the 2000 draft...acquired by Oakland on March 30, 2007 in exchange for C John Baker...signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010.

JASON STOKES’ CAREER RECORD YR 01 02 03 04

TEAM AVG. G AB R Utica .231 35 130 12 Kane County .341 97 349 73 Jupiter .258 121 462 67 GCL Marlins .250 3 8 1 Carolina .272 106 394 66 05 Albuquerque .283 13 46 12 06 GCL Marlins 1.000 1 3 1 Albuquerque .257 65 237 39 07 Sacramento .186 18 59 10 08 DID NOT PLAY 09 DID NOT PLAY Minor Lg. Totals .275 459 1688 281

H 30 119 119 2 107 13 3 61 11

2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 2 1 6 19 11 48 0 25 0 27 75 47 96 1 31 3 17 89 36 135 6 1 0 1 1 1 3 0 26 0 23 78 42 121 5 1 1 5 15 3 16 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 13 2 7 34 35 85 2 0 0 5 11 9 23 0

465 100

7

92

324 184 527

16

MAXIM ST. PIERRE CATCHER Height: 6’1 Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: April 17, 1980 (29) in Quebec City, Canada Obtained: Signed as a free agent on November 5, 2009 Full name: Maxim St. Pierre

2009 SEASON

Split the season between Triple-A Toledo and Double-A Erie...started the season with Erie, going 3-15 at the plate in four games in April...promoted to Toledo on April 28 when Dane Sardinha went to Detroit...hit .248 (37-149) with 6 HR in 45 games with Toledo from April 28-August 4...hit .405 (17-42) against Triple-A lefties...On July 23 versus Syracuse, hit the 3rd straight Toledo HR following Will Rymes and Brent Clevlen...collected 4 RBI in last game with Toledo on August 4 versus Buffalo.

CAREER

2008: Split the season between Double-A Erie in the Eastern League and Triple-A Toledo ...started with Erie and hit .250 (39-156) in 44 games from April -June 12...went 4-4 on April 26 vs. Altoona...hit .367 (22-60) in April...had 5 RBI on May 21 vs. Bowie... walloped 2 HR on May 31 vs. Altoona...promoted to Toledo on June 21 and hit .213 (32150) in 42 games the rest of the season ...had 4 RBI on June 28 vs. Louisville...went 4-4 on July 3 at Columbus...threw out 28 of 78 potential base stealers (35.90%) on the year...committed just 2 errors on 362 total chances in Toledo (.994) - had 4 errors with Erie. 2007: Traded to Milwaukee from Kansas City prior to the season, limited to just 10 games with Double-A Huntsville in the Southern League...hit .156 (5-32) from April 6-29. 2006: Spent the entire season with Triple-A Toledo, hitting .202 (50-247) in 78 games...was on the disabled list from July 7-18 (chest contusion)...hit .310 (9-29) in August...was 4-12 at the plate in 4 playoff games for Toledo (won IL Governors’ Cup). 2005: Spent the entire season with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League, hitting .278 (100-360) with 5 HR and 46 RBI...got off to a hot start in April, hitting .319 (15-47)...hit .333 (25-75) during July...hit .308 on the road and .241 at home...hit .337 (30-89) with runners in scoring position...had 27 multi-hit games on the season.

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2004: Played in 84 games for Double-A Erie, batting .248 with 8 HR & 33 RBI...led Eastern League catchers with a .996 fielding percentage...homered in consecutive games April 24 and 29...finished April with a .184 average...heated up in July, posting a .327 average for the month...recorded a pair of hits and an RBI for the Southern Division team in the Eastern League all-star game July 14...got a hit in 18 out of 19 straight games July 17-August 11, including a 13-game hitting streak July 24-August 11...hit .312 off of lefthanded pitching, compared to .225 versus righties...threw out 25.7 percent of attempted base stealers. 2003: Spent the entire season with Double-A Erie, batting .236 with 11 HR & 54 RBI in 115 games...hit safely in 13 of his first 16 games April 3-23...had a season-high 10-game hitting streak June 18-29...continued to hit well in July, batting .280 for the month and posting another 10-game hitting streak July 26-August 8...finished with career-highs in runs scored (50) and HR (11). 2002: Began the season with Single-A Lakeland, again earning mid-season all-star honors in the Florida State League...had a season-high eight-game hitting streak April 10-19, batting .429...hit .321 with 12 runs scored and eight RBI in 21 April games...earned a promotion to Double-A Erie in the Eastern League in late June...hit .317 with 8 2B, 3 HR, and 19 RBI in his first 36 games June 21-July 31...promoted briefly to Triple-A Toledo in late August, appearing in one game before returning to Erie...named the best defensive catcher in the Tigers organization after the season by Baseball America. 2001: Played in 99 games for Single-A Lakeland, batting .248 with 43 RBI...hit safely in 14 out of 15 games June 5-25, posting a .385 average in those 16 games...batted .329 in 24 games in June before slumping in the final two months of the season...earned both mid-and post-season all-star honors in the Florida State League...set a career-high with 43 walks. 2000: Spent the entire season with Single-A West Michigan of the Midwest League, earning a spot on the league’s mid-season all-star team...on the disabled list July 4-27 with a fractured right index finger...had a season-high seven-game hitting streak August 22September 3, batting .500...led all Midwest League catchers with a .990 fielding percentage. 1999: Played for Single-A Oneonta of the New York-Penn League, batting .251 in 51 games...posted a .306 average with 11 RBI in 18 August games. 1998: Played again for the GCL Tigers, batting .385 in 31 games. 1997: Began his professional career with the GCL Tigers, batting .244 in 20 games

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Graduated in 1997 from College de Levis High School in Quebec...named best defensive catcher and rated as having the best arm among catchers in the Arizona Fall League after the 2002 season by Baseball America... resides in Albuquerque, NM.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Detroit in the 26th round of the 1997 draft...signed by Kansas City as a free agent on January 24, 2007...acquired by Milwaukee from Kansas City on March 27, 2007 in exchange for RHP Ben Hendrickson...signed by Detroit as a free agent on December 11, 2007...signed by Detroit as a free agent on October 2, 2008..signed by Detroit as a free agent on November 5, 2009.

MAXIM ST. PIERRE’S CAREER RECORD YR 97 98 99 00 01 02

TEAM GCL Tigers GCL Tigers Oneonta W. Michigan Lakeland Lakeland Erie Toledo 03 Erie 04 Erie 05 Erie 06 Toledo 07 Huntsville 08 Erie Toledo 09 Erie Toledo Minor Lg. Totals

AVG. G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB .244 20 41 3 10 1 0 0 3 3 8 2 .385 31 104 18 40 3 0 2 15 15 12 6 .251 51 175 12 44 7 0 1 22 11 29 9 .249 73 229 41 57 10 1 2 28 42 37 2 .248 99 330 42 82 15 0 4 43 43 50 2 .256 55 195 20 50 12 0 4 27 13 30 2 .266 60 207 24 55 9 0 3 28 17 31 0 .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .236 115 399 50 94 16 0 11 54 33 66 2 .248 84 290 31 72 15 0 8 33 25 41 2 .278 95 360 46 100 18 0 5 46 23 55 1 .202 78 247 25 50 14 1 3 31 16 36 0 .156 10 32 3 5 0 0 0 3 4 3 0 .250 44 156 22 39 9 0 6 31 16 23 0 .213 42 150 10 32 4 0 2 16 4 21 0 .224 16 58 8 13 4 0 2 6 3 11 0 .248 45 149 16 37 8 0 6 18 10 15 0 .250 919 3124 371 780 145 2 59 405 278 468 28

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RYAN STRIEBY FIRST BASE Height: 6’5 Weight: 235 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: August 9, 1985 (24) in Seattle, WA Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 4th round of the 2006 draft Full name: Ryan K. Strieby

2009 SEASON

Spent the year with Double-A Erie, hitting .303 (89-294) with 19 HR...had two HR & 4 RBI on Opening Day (April 8 vs. Altoona)...had four RBI games three more times on the year...hit a grand slam on April 26 vs. Harrisburg and again on August 23 at Akron (season-high 5 RBI)...had 29 multi-hit games on the year including a stretch of six straight (May 30-June 4)...hit .362 (17-47) in 12 July games...was named Eastern League Player of the Week July 6-13...was named to the mid-season All-Star team in the Eastern League...had a .993 fielding percentage at 1B (4 errors in 591 chances)...named the 11th best prospect in the Detroit system following the season by Baseball America.

CAREER

2008: Named the Detroit Minor League Player of the Year, as well as being selected Lakeland’s Player of the Year...selected to the Florida State League’s mid-season all-star squad...led the league with 29 home runs, 94 RBI and a home run once every 14.52 atbats, while he was 2nd with 55 extra-base hits and a .563 slugging percentage, 3rd with 237 total bases and tied for 5th with seven triples...hit .310 (35-113) with 13 HR and 33 RBI in 29 games during July to earn Tigers Minor League Player of the Month honors ...sidelined for the remainder of the season after landing on the disabled list on August 12 with a left wrist sprain...named the best power hitter in the Tigers organization following the season by Baseball America. 2007: Selected to the Midwest League’s mid-season all-star squad...tied for the league lead with eight sacrifice flies...topped all league first basemen with a .993 fielding percentage ...named the 28th-best prospect in the Tigers organization following the season by Baseball America. 2006: Played in 61 games with Single-A Oneonta...hit his first professional HR on July 19 at Brooklyn.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Hit .358 with 35 RBI at Edmonds Community College in 2004...batted .450 with 21 doubles, seven HR & 62 RBI at Edmonds in 2005...attended the University of Kentucky in 2006, named the SEC Player of the Year after hitting .347 (78-225) with 59 runs scored, 22 doubles, 20 HR (11th in Division I) and 77 RBI (5th in Division I) in 59 games...selected a first-team All-American by Baseball Americaresides in Brier, WA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Los Angeles (NL) in the 29th round of the 2004 draft (did not sign)...selected by Detroit in the 4th round of the 2006 draft.

RYAN STRIEBY’S CAREER RECORD YR TEAM 06 Oneonta 07 W Michigan 08 Lakeland 09 Erie Minor Lg. Totals

AVG. G AB R H .241 61 224 26 54 .253 123 443 65 112 .278 112 421 65 117 .303 86 294 64 89 .269 382 1382 220 372

2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 9 0 4 25 25 58 1 23 2 16 76 63 78 6 19 7 29 94 46 101 0 18 1 19 58 57 80 2 69 10 68 253 191 317 9

BRAD THOMAS LEFT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’3 Weight: 204 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: October 22, 1977 (32) in Sydney, Australia Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent on December 7, 2009 Full name: Brad Thomas

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2009 SEASON

Pitched with the Hanwha Eagles in Daejeon, South Korea.

CAREER

2008: Pitched with the Hanwha Eagles in Daejeon, South Korea. 2007: Pitched for Triple-A Tacoma...struck out a season-high eight batters on July 12 vs. Fresno. 2006: Pitched with Nippon Ham Fighters in Japan. 2005: Pitched with Nippon Ham Fighters in Japan. 2004: Appeared in just four games (June 3-12) with Triple-A Pawtucket. 2003: Started the year with Triple-A Rochester...disabled with strained left elbow April 18-July 2...season-high eight strikeouts August 9 vs. Ottawa. 2002: Season-high seven strikeouts on August 19 at Iowa...pitched 6.0 plus innings in 15 of 27 starts. 2001: Started the year 5-0 with Double-A New Britain...made MLB debut on May 26 vs. Oakland...went 5-0 from July 2-24...played in Triple-A All-Star game on July 11 at Round Rock...season-high nine strikeouts on September 2 vs. Akron...named to Eastern League post-season All-Star team. 2000: Twins Minor League Player of the Month for April...pitched for World Team at MLB Futures Game...pitched complete game shutout on July 27 vs. Altoona...season-high 11 strikeouts on August 11 vs. New Haven. 1999: Had a season-high nine strikeouts on June 21 at Dunedin...tossed a no-hitter on July 12 vs. Charlotte...pitched 6.0 plus innings in 15 of 27 starts...led league in starts. 1998: Twins Minor League Pitcher of the Week June 5-11...named to the Midwest League All-Star team. 1997: Pitched for Single-A Elizabethton in his first season with the Twins organization. 1996: Was 4th among league relievers with 1.47 walks/9.0 innings.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Played with the Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters in Japan (2005-06)...was a member of the 2006 Japan Series and Asian Series Champions (Nippon)...holds the record for a 98 mph fastball from a left-hander in Japan...played with the Hanwha Eagles in Daejeon, South Korea in 2008 & 2009...was a member of the Australian National Team, competing in the 2000 Sydney Olympics and the 2009 World Baseball Classic...also played soccer in high school...resides in Sydney, Australia.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally signed as a non-drafted free agent by Los Angeles (NL) on July 2, 1995...released on May 9, 1997 due to visa issues...signed as a free agent by Minnesota on May 12, 1997...traded to Boston for future considerations on April 21, 2004...signed by Seattle as a free agent prior to the 2007 season...signed by Detroit as a free agent on December 7, 2009.

BRAD THOMAS’ CAREER RECORD YR 96 97 98 99 00 01

TEAM Great Falls Elizabethton Ft. Wayne Ft. Myers Ft. Myers New Britain New Britain MINNESOTA

02 03

Edmonton Rochester GCL Twins MINNESOTA

W-L ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R 3-2 6.31 11 5 0 0 35.2 48 27 3-4 4.48 14 13 0 0 70.1 78 43 11-8 2.95 27 26 0 0 152.1 146 68 8-11 4.78 27 27 1 0 152.2 182 99 6-2 1.66 12 12 0 0 65.0 62 33 6-6 4.06 14 13 1 0 75.1 80 47 10-3 1.96 19 19 0 0 119.1 91 37 0-2 9.37 5 5 0 0 16.1 20 17 6-12 5.74 28 27 0 0 152.0 175 112 0-3 3.53 15 11 0 0 58.2 68 23 0-0 0.00 2 2 0 0 10.0 6 0 0-1 7.71 3 0 0 0 4.2 6 4 0-1 10.38 4 1 0 0 4.1 6 9 1-5 4.66 38 0 0 1 48.1 54 30 4-1 3.75 40 0 0 1 45.2 50 21 8-6 4.87 34 15 0 2 116.1 138 68

04 Pawtucket 05 Nippon-Japan 06 Nippon-Japan 07 Tacoma 08 Hanwa - Korea 09 Hanwa - Korea Minor Lg. Totals 61-58 4.01 207 171 Major Lg. Totals 0-3 9.89 11 5

2 0

ER BB SO 25 11 28 35 21 53 50 45 126 81 46 108 12 16 57 34 46 66 26 26 97 17 14 6 97 54 97 23 10 50 0 1 12 4 3 2 5 6 1 25 39 51 19 23 43 63 42 100

2 10121080 561 451 324 795 0 23.2 33 26 26 18 8

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CLETE THOMAS OUTFIELD Height: 5’11 Weight: 195 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: November 14, 1983 (26) in Jacksonville, FL Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 6th round of the 2005 draft Full name: Michael Clete Thomas

2009 SEASON

Split the season between Triple-A Toledo and Detroit, seeing action in 102 games during his two stints with the Tigers...re-called by Detroit on May 5-hit .368 (14-38) over his first nine games with the Tigers May 5-15...equaled a career-high with three hits on May 5 versus Minnesota-matched the high four times throughout the rest of the season...belted two home runs on May 30 at Baltimore to establish a career-high...connected for his first career grand slam on June 7 versus the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim-entered the game as a pinch-runner in the fourth inning before hitting the game-winning grand slam in the eighth inning (according to the Elias Sports Bureau, he became just the 5th player since 1970 to hit a go-ahead grand slam in a game he entered as a pinch-runner...optioned to Toledo on June 11...batted .529 (18-34) over an eight-game hitting streak with Toledo June 19-26...collected a season-high four hits with Toledo on June 23 versus Durham...hit .373 (25-67) in 17 games during June...re-called by Detroit for the remainder of the season on July 8...established a career-high with five RBI on July 12 versus Cleveland...belted his first career walk-off home run on August 3 versus Baltimore, a solo shot in the ninth inning off of Danys Baez.

CAREER

2008: Made Detroit’s Opening Day roster...made MLB debut on March 31 vs. Kansas City and picked up first MLB hit (double against Joakim Soria)...optioned to Toledo on April 23...re-called by Detroit on May 29...on the disabled list June 4-18 (sprained ankle) ...blasted 1st MLB HR on July 13 vs. Minnesota (against Nick Blackburn) ...optioned to Toledo on July 17...had 5 RBI on July 19 at Pawtucket including grand slam...placed on the disabled list on August 30 (right elbow strain)...hit .288 (63-219) at home and .223 (42-188) on the road on the year...established career-highs in HR (10) and RBI (54)...underwent right ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction surgery (“Tommy John” surgery) on his right elbow on September 11, a procedure performed by Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, AL - typically a six-month recovery for position players. 2007: Spent the entire season with Double-A Erie, hitting .280 (148-528) with 97 runs and 18 SB...best month was June - .330 (34-103)...had a 10-game hitting streak from June 23-July 3, hitting .541 (20-37)...had 39 multi-hit games on the year...hit .323 (80-248) at home and .243 (68-280) on the road...finished 5th in the Eastern League in triples (6), led the league in runs (97), 4th in hits (148), and 2nd in at-bats (528)...established career-highs in runs (97), hits (148), HR (8), RBI (53), and walks (59). 2006: Spent the entire season with Single-A Lakeland, hitting .257 (136-529) with 34 SB ...started the season with a 12-game hitting streak from April 6-19, hitting .302 (1653)...had a 10-game hitting streak from April 29-May 9, hitting .400 (18-45)...had a 10game hitting streak from June 7-19, hitting .364 (12-33)...had 36 multi-hit games on the year...hit .306 (34-111) with runners in scoring position...had just 3 errors in 332 total chances in the outfield.

OF Clete Thomas (photo courtesy of Lad Strayer)

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2005: Split his first professional season between Onoenta and West Michigan...started with Single-A Oneonta, hitting .386 (27-70) in 18 games from June 21-July 11...collected 5 RBI on July 2 at Lowell...promoted to Single-A West Michigan in July and hit .284 (55194) in 51 games from July 13-September 5...had an 11-game hitting streak from July 24August 3, hitting .357 (15-42)...had a 12-game hitting streak from August 7-19, hitting .380 (19-50)...committed just 1 error in 149 total chances in the outfield.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Played at the University of Auburn from 2003-2005, hitting .317 (225-710) with 160 runs scored and 58 SB in 179 games...resides in Tampa, FL.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally drafted by Minnesota in the 5th round of the 2002 draft (did not sign)...drafted by Detroit in the 6th round of the 2005 draft.

CLETE THOMAS’ CAREER RECORD YR 05 06

TEAM Oneonta W. Michigan Lakeland 07 Erie 08 Toledo DETROIT 09 Toledo DETROIT Minor Lg. Totals Major Lg. Totals

AVG. G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB .386 18 70 19 27 5 1 1 14 12 11 9 .284 51 194 39 55 8 5 0 11 21 37 11 .257 132 529 67 136 30 5 6 40 56 127 34 .280 137 528 97 148 30 6 8 53 59 110 18 .247 76 291 44 72 18 2 9 45 37 88 29 .284 40 116 7 33 9 1 1 9 14 26 2 .291 45 175 27 51 17 1 1 17 26 49 18 .240 102 275 46 66 13 3 7 39 33 77 3 .274 459 1787 293 489 108 20 25 180 211 422 119 .253 142 391 53 99 22 4 8 48 47 103 5

JASON WADDELL LEFT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’2 Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Left Born: June 11, 1981 (28) in Huntington Beach, CA Obtained: Signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010 Full name: Jason Robert Waddell

2009 SEASON

Started the year with the Triple-A Iowa Cubs...made his MLB debut with the Chicago Cubs on May 31 vs. Los Angeles (NL) (1.0 IP/1 H/2 K)...signed by Detroit as a free agent and assigned to Double-A Erie where he pitchd in 11 games during August...allowed just 1 HR on the year (43.2 IP).

CAREER

2008: Went 0-3 with a 3.38 ERA in 44 games with Double-A Connecticut...struck out a career-high 70 batters...struck out a season-high four batters three times...appeared in nine games for Indios de Mayaguez in Puerto Rico following the season. 2007: Went 1-1 with a 1.84 ERA in 30 games with Single-A San Jose...did not allow a HR the entire season (187 batters faced)...did not allow an earned run in the 8th or 9th innings all season (20.2 IP)...went 1-0 with a 0.61 ERA (2 ER/29.2 IP) in 18 home games ...named SF Minor League Player of the Month for July. 2006: Went 1-3 with a 3.70 ERA in 38 games (3 starts) with Double-A Connecticut...recorded first career save on April 12 vs. New Hampshire 2005: Went 5-1 with a 3.40 ERA in 26 games (2 starts) with Single-A San Jose...lefthanded hitters managed just a .169 average (12-71). 2004: Spent the year with Single-A San Jose, going 6-4 with a 4.08 ERA in a career-high 47 games (2 starts)...allowed just 4 HR in a career-high 70.2 innings. 2003: Spent the year with Hagerstown...allowed just 52 hits and 21 walks in 61.1 innings. 2002: Split the year between Salem-Keizer and Single-A Hagerstown. 2001: Started his pro career with Salem-Keizer in the Northwest League.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Has been a member of three minor league title-winning teams (Salem-Keizer in 2001, San Jose Giants in 2005 & 2007)...attended Riverside Community College and the University of New Orleans...resides in Riverside, CA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by San Francisco in the 8th round of the 2001 draft...signed as a free agent by Chicago (NL) on November 21, 2008...signed by Detroit as a free agent on August 18, 2009...signed by Detroit as a free agent on January 14, 2010.

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JASONWADDELL’S CAREER RECORD YR 01

TEAM AZL Giants Salem-Keizer Salem-Keizer Hagerstown Hagerstown San Jose San Jose Connecticut San Jose Connecticut Iowa

W-L 0-1 1-1 02 0-2 0-0 03 4-2 04 6-4 05 5-1 06 1-3 07 1-1 08 0-3 09 0-1 CHICAGO(NL) 0-0 Erie 1-2 Minor Lg. Totals 19-21 Major Lg. Totals 0-0

ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 3.00 1 1 0 0 6.0 8 3 2 0 3 5.46 15 1 0 0 28.0 30 19 17 11 30 5.40 11 2 0 0 20.0 19 12 12 10 13 6.75 4 0 0 0 6.2 6 5 5 1 4 3.52 36 2 0 0 61.1 52 32 24 21 54 4.08 47 2 0 0 70.2 76 39 32 24 60 3.40 26 2 0 0 47.2 42 20 18 15 44 3.70 38 3 0 1 48.2 64 27 20 15 49 1.84 30 0 0 1 44.0 48 14 9 12 50 3.38 44 0 0 2 64.0 47 27 24 36 70 3.25 26 0 0 0 27.2 26 12 10 8 20 5.40 3 0 0 0 1.2 3 1 1 0 2 3.14 11 0 0 2 14.1 11 5 5 4 14 3.65 289 13 0 6 439.0 429 215 178 157 411 5.40 3 0 0 0 1.2 3 1 1 0 2

THAD WEBER RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’2 Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Left Born: September 28, 1984 (25) in Lincoln, NE Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 16th round of the 2008 draft Full name: Thad G. Weber

2009 SEASON

Started the season with Single-A Lakeland, going 4-4 with a 2.13 ERA (16 ER/67.2 IP) in 12 starts from April 10-June 16...threw a complete game on June 11 vs. Sarasota...started 13 games with Double-A Erie from June 23-August 27...threw a nohitter on August 22 vs. Akron (0 BB/1 HB/10 K/88 pitches)...won six of his final seven decisions on the year...made eight relief appearances for Peoria in the Arizona Fall League following the season (1 save/4.50 ERA).

CAREER

2008: Wmes for Indios de Mayaguez in Puerto Rico following the season.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attnded Hutchinson Community College in 2005, hitting .380 with 9 HR & 45 RBI as well as compiling a 4-3 record with a 4.79 ERA...at Hutchinson in 2006, hit .453 with 27 doubles, 6 HR & 63 RBI and went 10-0 with a 2.16 ERA...attended the University of Nebraska in 2007, going 1-2 with a 5.62 ERA with 30 strikeouts in 21 games...a secondteam All-Big 12 Conference selection as a senior in 2008, going 9-5 with a 6.15 ERA with 72 strikeouts in 15 games...resides in Friend, NE.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Cincinnati in the 35th round of the 2007 draft (did not sign) ...selected by Detroit in the 16th round of the 2008 draft.

THADWEBER’’S CAREER RECORD YR 08

TEAM GCL Tigers W Michigan 09 Lakeland Erie Minor Lg. Totals

W-L 0-0 1-4 4-4 7-3 12-11

ERA 0.00 2.56 2.13 4.06 2.92

G GS SHO SV IP H 2 1 0 0 4.0 1 11 11 0 0 56.1 46 12 12 0 0 67.2 54 13 13 1 0 75.1 78 38 37 1 0 203.1 179

R 0 20 19 38 77

ER BB SO 0 0 9 16 11 49 16 11 40 34 18 44 66 40 142

ROBBIE WEINHARDT RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’2 Weight: 205 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: December 8, 1985 (24) in Chicago, IL Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 10th round of the 2008 draft Full name: Robert D. Weinhardt

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2009 SEASON

Started the year with Single-A Lakeland, going 1-1 with three saves and an ERA of 0.85 (3 ER/31.2 IP) in 22 games from April 9-June 27promoted to Double-A Erie and went 01 with two saves and an ERA of 2.30 (8 ER/31.1 IP) in 20 games from June 30September 5...struck out a season-high four batters five different times...allowed just 2 HR in 63.0 innings of work on the year...appeared in 11 games with Peoria in the Arizona Fall League following the season (18.1 IP/29 K)...named the Tigers’ 12th best prospect following the season by Baseball America.

CAREER

2008: Started his pro career with the Gulf Coast Tigers, pitching in three games from June 23-28...went to Single-A Lakeland and went 3-1 with four saves and an ERA of 2.04 (8 ER/35.1 IP) in 21 games from July 3-August 31...named the Detroit Minor League Player of the Month for July, going 2-0 with two saves while striking out 23 batters and allowing one earned run in 17.2 innings...struck out a season-high five batters in his first game with Lakeland on July 3 at Clearwater...gave up just 1 HR in 41.0 innings on the year.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

An all-conference selection as a sophomore at Hill Junior College (Texas) in 2006...went 3-1 with a 4.39 ERA and 47 strikeouts in 21 games as a junior at Oklahoma State University...finished 6-0 with a 3.89 ERA and 70 strikeouts in 25 games as a senior at Oklahoma State...resides in Farmington, MN.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Houston in the 38th round of the 2007 draft (did not sign)...selected by Detroit in the 10th round of the 2008 draft.

ROBBIEWEINHARDT’S CAREER RECORD YR 08

TEAM GCL Tigers Lakeland 09 Lakeland Erie Minor Lg. Totals

W-L ERA G GS SHO SV IP 0-0 0.00 3 0 0 0 5.2 3-1 2.04 21 0 0 4 35.1 1-1 0.85 22 0 0 3 31.2 0-1 2.30 20 0 0 2 31.1 4-3 1.64 66 0 0 9 104.0

H 6 19 24 28 77

R 3 11 5 9 28

ER BB SO 0 2 4 8 11 44 3 10 40 8 16 32 19 39 120

CASPER WELLS OUTFIELD Height: 6’2 Weight: 210 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: November 23, 1984 (25) in Grand Rapids, MI Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 14th round of the 2005 draft Full name: Casper Charles Wells

2009 SEASON

Spent the entire season with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League, hitting .260 (81-311) with 15 HR in 86 games...missed time from April13-June 9 due to a hamate fracture in his left wrist...hit .298 (28-94) with 16 RBI in 26 July games...had a 16-game hitting streak from July 10-28, hitting .393 (24-61)...had a 14-game hitting streak from August 20September 2, hitting .404 (21-52)...had 19 multi-hit games on the year ...played with Peoria in the Arizona Fall League following the regular season, hitting .351 (27-77) with 25 RBI in 21 games...had 5 RBI in a game on October 22...named the 16th best prospect in the Detroit system following the season by Baseball America.

CAREER

2008: Started the year with Single-A West Michigan in the Midwest League, hitting .240 (43-179) with 10 HR in 50 games from April 3-June 5...had two 2-HR games with West Michigan...promoted to Double-A Erie in the Eastern League and played in 75 games from June 6-September 1, hitting .289 (78-270) with 17 HR...hit for the cycle including a grand slam on July 29 at Akron...smacked three HR and drove in five runs on August 5 vs. Harrisburg...hit .345 (38-110) in August with 10 HR & 27 RBI...named Eastern League Hitter of the Week August 4-11...had a season-high four hits on five different occasions (3 with Erie)...appeared in 23 games with Mesa in the Arizona Fall League following the season, hitting .321 (25-78) with 8 HR...established career-highs in nearly every offensive category.

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2007: Spent most of the season with Single-A Oneonta in the NY/Penn League...selected to the mid-season All-Star squad...played in 2 games with Lakeland in late April (went 1-2 at the plate)...had 2 HR and 5 RBI on June 28 vs. Tri-City...collected 4 hits on August 5 at Lowell...led the league with 11 triples and 38 extra-base hits, while he was 3rd with a .523 slugging percentage and 5th with nine HR. 2006: Split the season between Single-A Oneonta in the New York-Penn League and Single-A Lakeland in the Florida State League...started with Lakeland, playing in 5 games in April and May...hit .229 (24-105) with Oneonta from June 20-September 6...played in 6 games with Lakeland in July. 2005: Began his professional careerwith the Gulf Coast Tigers, hitting .220 (31-141) in 45 games from June 24 to August 25...finished 3rd in the league with 19 extra-base hits and led the league in strikeouts (59).

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Played at Towson State University (MD) from 2003-2005...hit .357 (20-56) as a freshman at Towson...hit .337 (65-193) with 41 runs scored, 17 doubles, seven triples, eight HR, and 38 RBI in 51 games to earn All-Colonial Athletic Association honors as a sophomore ...as a junior, was named Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year after hitting .362 (77-213) with 70 runs scored (led the conference), 15 doubles, four triples, 18 HR, and 66 RBI in 58 games...signed by Bill Buck...resides in Schenectady, NY.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by Detroit in the 14th round of 2005 draft.

CASPERWELLS’ CAREER RECORD YR 05 06

TEAM GCL Tigers Oneonta Lakeland 07 Oneonta Lakeland 08 W. Michigan Erie 09 Erie Minor Lg. Totals

AVG. G AB R H .220 45 141 25 31 .229 35 105 19 24 .152 11 33 4 5 .265 67 260 46 69 .500 2 2 0 1 .240 50 179 30 43 .289 75 270 60 78 .260 86 311 52 81 .255 371 1301 236 332

2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 9 5 5 20 18 59 6 8 0 1 14 9 27 1 1 0 1 4 4 9 1 18 11 9 47 18 64 8 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 0 10 26 22 39 17 18 6 17 53 30 66 8 18 4 15 41 43 103 8 80 26 58 205 144 368 49

BRENDAN WISE RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Height: 6’2 Weight: 190 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: January 9, 1986 (24) in Perth, Australia Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 8th round of the 2005 draft Full name: Brendan James Wise

2009 SEASON

Pitched in one game (vs. Mexico) for Team Australia at the World Baseball Classic prior to the start of the season...started the year with Single-A Lakeland, going 4-1 with two saves and an ERA of 4.39 in 21 games (1 start) from April 9-May 17 and then July 9-September 2...pitched for Double-A Erie from May 26-July 4, going 1-1 with two saves and an ERA of 3.32 in 14 games...longest outing of the year was 4.0 innings on July 23 vs. Akron.

CAREER

2008: Split the season between Single-A Lakeland and Double-A Erie...started with Lakeland, going 1-3 with a 4.64 ERA in 18 relief outings from April 4-May 21...promoted to Erie and went 2-1 with a 3.30 ERA in 30 relief outings from May 26August 31...was 4-6 in save chances for the year...did not allow an earned run in May in 11 games (12.0 IP) ...longest outing was 3.0 IP on June 14 vs. New Hampshire...struck out a season-high three batters on July 17 at Akron. 2007: Spent most of the season with Single-A Lakeland in the Florida State League with two appearances for Double-A Erie (June 8 & 10)...with Lakeland, made 31 relief appearances and was 3-4 in save chances...longest outing was 2.0 IP (6 times)...allowed just 4 ER in 26 games (29.1 IP) for a 1.23 ERA with Lakeland from May 17-August 8...limited right-handed batters to a .169 (14-83) average on the year. 2006: Appeared in 16 games (8 starts) for Single-A Oneonta in the New York-Penn League...longest start was 8.0 IP (twice)...struck out a season-high 10 batters in his final start on September 4 at Staen Island. 2005: Started his professional career with the Gulf Coast Tigers and allowed just 9 walks in 57.1 IP...led the league in hit batsmen (13) and finished 2nd in HR allowed (6).

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PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Pratt Community College (KS)...has pitched for Team Australia in the 2006 Intercontinental Cup, the 2007 Baseball World Cup, the 2008 Olympic Qualification Tournament (did not advance to Beijing) and the 2009 World Baseball Classic...resides in Perth, Australia.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Selected by Detroit in the 8th round of the 2005 draft.

BRENDANWISE’S CAREER RECORD

YR 05 06 07

TEAM GCL Tigers Oneonta Lakeland Erie 08 Lakeland Erie 09 Lakeland Erie Minor Lg. Totals

W-L ERA G GS SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2-4 4.87 10 10 0 0 57.1 60 39 31 9 35 3-6 3.46 16 8 0 0 65.0 67 30 25 15 39 1-2 30.12 31 0 0 3 34.2 28 14 12 10 18 1-0 5.40 2 0 0 0 1.2 4 1 1 1 1 1-3 4.64 18 0 0 1 21.1 24 12 11 11 9 2-1 3.30 30 0 0 3 43.2 43 18 16 14 20 1-1 3.32 14 0 0 2 19.0 19 7 7 3 10 4-1 4.39 21 1 0 2 41.0 53 21 20 12 15 15-18 3.90 142 19 0 11 283.2 298 142 123 75 147

DANNY WORTH SHORTSTOP

Height: 6’1 Weight: 185 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: September 30, 1985 (23) in Northridge, CA Obtained: Selected by Detroit in the 2nd round of the 2007 draft Full name: Daniel Weston Worth

2009 SEASON

Started the season with Triple-A Toledo, hitting .212 (32-151) in 41 games from April 10June 14...split time at Toledo between 2B, SS, and 3B...went 4-4 on April 18 at Columbus ...went to Double-A Erie on June 16 where he spent the rest of the year, hitting .239 (68285) in 75 games primarily at 2B...had 4 RBI on July 7 at Altoona...hit .307 (42-137) on the year against left-handers and .194 (58-299) against right-handers.

CAREER

2008: Spent most of the season with Double-A Erie in the Eastern League, hitting .254 (75-295) in 79 games...hit a grand slam on April 10 vs. Binghamton...went 5-5 on April 23 at Harrisburg...had two seven-game hitting streaks (April 7-14 and June 11-18)...hit .301 (28-93) in 24 April games...promoted to Toledo on July 28...placed on the disabled list on July 31 with a sore right shoulder, ending his season. 2007: Started his professional career with Single-A Lakeland in the Florida State League...hit .447 (17-38) over a 10-game stretch July 30-August 10...promoted to Double-A Erie in the Eastern League on August 31...played in all four of Erie’s playoff games, hitting .412 (7-17) with a double and an RBI...named the 8th best prospect and best defensive infielder in the Detroit organization following the season by Baseball America.played for North Shore in the Hawaii Winter League following the season.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Attended Pepperdine University...named second-team All-West Coast Conference as a freshman, hitting .306 (76-248) with 29 runs, 16 doubles, two triples, a home run and 34 RBI in 63 games...honorable mention All-West Coast Conference as a sophomore, hitting .310 (78-252) with 47 runs, 24 doubles, three home runs and 38 RBI...named first-team All-West Coast Conference as a junior, hitting .344 (83-241) with 43 runs, 19 doubles, two triples, three home runs and 36 RBI in 57 games...ranks 2nd all-time at Pepperdine in doubles (59)...played in 183 consecutive games at Pepperdine...resides in Valencia, CA.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Selected by Detroit in the 2nd round of the 2007 draft.

DANNYWORTH’S CAREER RECORD YR 07

TEAM Lakeland Erie 08 Erie Toledo 09 Toledo Erie Minor Lg. Totals

AVG. G .251 51 .429 5 .254 79 .500 1 .212 41 .239 75 .245 252

AB R H 171 22 43 14 4 6 295 44 75 2 0 1 151 9 32 285 33 68 918 112 225

2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 9 2 2 21 18 39 6 2 1 0 4 1 1 1 18 3 5 33 32 59 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 4 11 40 3 17 3 0 24 26 74 4 50 10 7 86 88 213 22

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2009 SEASON RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER YR TEAM AVG. G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 06 Oneonta .291 70 292 27 85 15 6 5 54 21 42 3 07 W. Michigan ....

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