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NEW JERSEY JACKALS BASEBALL THE STARTING LINEUP Yogi Berra Stadium............................................3 Alumni Update.............................................. 4-5 Can-Am League............................................. 6-7

2011 NEW JERSEY JACKALS Manager Joe Calfapietra....................................8 Coaching Staff....................................................9 Roster and Pronunciations..............................10 Player Bios................................................. 11-33

2010 RECAP FRANCHISE HISTORY 2010 Season in Review....................................34 2010 Statistics.................................................35 2010 Game-by-Game Results.................... 36-37

FRANCHISE HISTORY AND RECORDS Year-by-Year Results........................................38 Opening Day Records......................................38 Record vs Current & Former Opponents.........38 Postseason History..........................................39 Jackals Award Winners.............................. 40-41 Year-by-Year Batting Leaders...........................42 Year-by-Year Pitching Leaders..........................43 Batting Records................................................44 Pitching Records..............................................45 Miscellaneous Records....................................45 Career Batting Top 10......................................46 Career Pitching Top 10.....................................47 Jackals Timeline......................................... 48-53 Retired Numbers....................................... 54-55 Jackals All-Time Roster.............................. 56-57

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BROADCAST INFORMATION You can listen to every pitch of the 2011 Jackals season online at jackals.com through Stretch Internet. For home games, the live webcast will also be broadcast in-stadium on 88.1 FM. Broadcasts begin ten minutes prior to first pitch with Jackals’ pregame. Cody Chrusciel returns for his fourth season as the Jackals Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations, handling play-by-play duties for all home and away broadcasts. A Wayne, N.J. native, Chrusciel earned degrees in broadcast journalism and radio/television/film from Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J. before completing his masters in sport management at the University of Massachusetts. In addition to his time with the Jackals, Chrusciel has previously worked in broadcasting and multi-media in the athletic department at Army (the United States Military Academy), the video services department with the Philadelphia Phillies, and the public relations and broadcasting department of the ECHL’s Trenton Devils. Matt Sutor joins the Jackals as the team’s Broadcasting and Media Assistant for the 2011 season. Sutor, 21, will be a senior this fall at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. At Marist, he is studying communication with a dual concentration in sports communication and journalism. At Marist, Matt has worked extensively with the radio station, WMAR, serving as a sports talk show host, reporter, and play-by-play and color commentator for Red Foxes soccer, basketball, softball, and baseball games. In addition, he works with the campus television station as a play-by-play and color commentator for basketball games, as well as a panelist for the talk show “Red Fox Rumble.” A native of Clinton, N.J., Matt supports the New York Yankees, Giants, Rangers, Knicks, and NY/NJ Red Bulls in his free time.

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS The 2011 New Jersey Jackals Media Guide is a publication of the New Jersey Jackals media relations department. It was written, designed, and edited by Cody Chrusciel. Photography provided by the New Jersey Jackals, NJ Sports Media, and Cody Chrusciel. Editorial assistance provided by Matt Sutor.

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In the summer of 1996 a unique public/private venture was formed. The objective: construct a baseball stadium and ice arena, which would benefit both Montclair State University and the surrounding communities. The answer: a partnership utilizing university property, with funding of all construction costs by Floyd Hall Enterprises. Upon completion, FHE founder and chairman Floyd Hall donated both facilities to the university and FHE was granted a long-term lease to operate both the stadium and the arena. The ice skating arena opened in March of 1998 with two NHL size rinks, an off-ice training area, meeting rooms, concession parties.

YOGI BERRA STADIUM

YOGI BERRA STADIUM Location............................... Little Falls, NJ Opened..............................................1998 Capacity............................................3,784 Jackals All-Time at Home............. 332-248 Jackals All-Time on the Road....... 290-300 Down the Lines............................ 308 feet Power Alleys................................ 368 feet Center Field................................. 398 feet NOTE: Home and road records entering 2011.

stand, pro shop, and facilities for birthday

Yogi Berra Stadium opened in June of 1998 and serves as the home to the New Jersey Jackals professional baseball team in the Can-Am League and to the Montclair State University Red Hawks. The stadium, which is flanked by the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center on its first-base side, has quickly earned the reputation as the home of champions as the Jackals have won four championships in 13 years and the Red Hawks won the Division III NCAA Championship title in 2000. In addition, Yogi Berra Stadium hosted the 2000 Northern League All-Star Game and was home to the New Jersey Pride of Major League Lacrosse during their inaugural season in 2001. Numerous special event have also been held at the venue, including WDHA’s Rock the Park concerts and a Willie Nelson/Bob Dylan concert. Yogi Berra Stadium has played host to the ABC/WPLJ Charity Game since 2004. All dimensions on the field end in the number 8 to honor Yogi Berra, who wore #8 for the New York Yankees.

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ALUMNI REPORT

CRAIG BRESLOW

JOHN LINDSEY

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RAUL VALDES

2010 marked a banner year for the New Jersey Jackals organization. Craig Breslow, who has been pitching in the majors since 2005, was joined by John Lindsey and Raul Valdes, who each made their major league debuts last summer. Since 2006, 22 Jackals have been sold to major league organizations, including six since the end of the 2009 season. At the conclusion of 2010, the Jackals boasted three alumni in the major leagues – more than any other independent organization. ALUMNI NEWS AND NOTES

ARGENIS REYES

STUART POMERANZ

JON HUNTON

JORDAN NEWTON

TIMO PEREZ

SHAWN RIGGANS

JACKALS SOLD SINCE 2006 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

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Jordan Newton Argenis Reyes Michael L. Jones Myron Leslie Stuart Pomeranz Craig Maddox Rob Semerano Sandy Madera Jemel Spearman Tom Atlee Guillermo Reyes Mike Vicaro Rusty Tucker Hunter Davis Jaime Cerda Brad Voyles Jason Wylie Alex Fernandez Raul Valdes John Lindsey Isaac Pavlik Sandy Madera

PIT BOS BOS NYY COL ATL NYY BOS WAS MIL ARZ COL MIL TB SEA FLA PHI PIT NYM LAD CHI (NL) BAL

While Breslow is the only former Jackal to begin 2011 in the majors, several former Jackals are making their marks in affiliated baseball as the season gets underway. Craig Breslow, currently in his third year working out of the Oakland A’s bullpen, enters his sixth season overall at the major league level. In 2010, Breslow appeared in over 70 big league contests for the second straight season, posting a 4-4 record and a 3.01 ERA in 75 outings for the Oakland Athletics. In five professional seasons, the workhorse left-handed specialist owns a 2.87 ERA over 228 games. After earning his first trip to the majors last September, John Lindsey returns to the Los Angeles Dodgers Triple-A affiliate, the Albuquerque Isotopes, in 2011. Last season with Albuquerque, Lindsey won the Pacific Coast League batting title when he hit .353 with 25 home runs and 97 RBIs. The Hattiesburg, Miss., native spent parts of the 2005 and 2006 seasons with New Jersey, where he batted .315 with 19 home runs in 125 games. Raul Valdes, a Cuban defector, begins the 2011 season in the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds starting rotation after signing with the St. Louis Cardinals during the offseason. With the New York Mets in 2010, Valdes appeared in 38 games out of the bullpen, going 3-3 with a 4.91 ERA. Valdes was also lights out with Triple-A Buffalo in 2010, posting a 3.00 ERA with a 4-to-1 strikeout-to-walk ratio while working primarily as a starter. Valdes also appeared in seven major league spring training games for the Cardinals. Outfielder Timo Perez, a Detroit Tigers’ farmhand, enters 2011 with the Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens. Perez, an eight-year major league veteran, joined the Jackals late in the 2009 season and hit .337 in 21 games. Stuart Pomeranz, a 6-foot-7 right-hander, begins 2011 in the Dodgers system with the Double-A Chattanooga Lookouts. After posting an ERA of 6.50 as a starter with the Jackals in 2009, the former second round draft pick of the Cardinals resurrected his career last season at Double-A Tulsa by moving to the bullpen and striking out 53 batters in 49 innings to compliment a 3.67 ERA. Pomeranz also appeared in three major league spring training games with the Dodgers this season, compiling a 3.86 ERA. A member of the 2010 Jackals, Shawn Riggans begins 2011 with the Double-A Huntsville Stars after signing with the Milwaukee Brewers over the winter. Riggans, who played 64 major league games over four seasons with Tampa Bay (2006-2009), batted .328 with 26 RBIs in 34 games with New Jersey last year. First baseman Chris Garcia, who joined the Jackals late in the 2009 season, takes the field with the Single-A Rome Braves to start the season. Garcia spent the past two seasons in the independent ranks with the Jackals and Shreveport-Bossier Captains of the American Association.

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FROM THE JACKALS TO THE MAJORS CRAIG BRESLOW

For the second straight season, Breslow appeared in over 70 big league contests in 2010, posting a 4-4 record and a 3.01 ERA in 75 outings for the Oakland Athletics. In five professional seasons, the workhorse left-handed specialist owns a 2.87 ERA over 228 games. Now 30, Breslow, whom the Wall Street Journal dubbed the “Smartest Man in Baseball” in 2009, capped the 2010 season by being named The Sporting News’ “Smartest Athlete”. The Connecticut native graduated from Yale University in 2002 with a 3.5 grade-point average while majoring in molecular biophysics and biochemistry. Breslow spent part of 2004 with New Jersey, going 3-1 with a 4.10 ERA in 19 games for the Northeast League Champion Jackals before eventually playing in the Major Leagues for the San Diego Padres, Boston Red Sox, Minnesota Twins, Cleveland Indians, and Oakland A’s. After 16 minor league seasons, John Lindsey earned his first call to the major leagues on September 6, 2010 when he joined the Los Angeles Dodgers. Lindsey collected his first MLB hit against the Astros on September 12.

JOHN LINDSEY

Lindsey, a 33-year-old first baseman, made national headlines when he was called up to the major leagues for the first time in his career during his 16th professional season on September 6, 2010. At the time, he was the longest-tenured active minor league player without major league experience. Lindsey, who was a 13th round pick by the Rockies out of high school in the 1995 draft, won the Triple-A Pacific Coast League batting title when he hit .353 with 25 home runs and 97 RBIs for the Albuquerque Isotopes. With the Dodgers, Lindsey appeared in 11 games and went 1-for-12 at the plate. He recorded his first major league at-bat on September 9 at Houston when he flew out to deep center field before lacing a single three days later against the Astros to notch his first major league hit. Unfortunately, Lindsey’s season was cut a few days short when he fractured his left hand after getting hit by a 92-mile-perhour fastball from Diamondbacks pitcher Daniel Hudson on September 25 at Arizona. Over the past four seasons – all at the Triple-A level - Lindsey has belted 89 homers. Lindsey also slugged a two-run home run during a Dodgers spring training game in March 2010. During his two-year tenure with New Jersey (2005-06), the Hattiesburg, Miss. native batted .315 with 19 home runs in 125 games.

RAUL VALDES

Raul Valdes returned to Yogi Berra Stadium on June 21, 2010 to throw out the first pitch prior to the Jackals game against the Worcester Tornadoes.

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Valdes, a Cuban defector, produced another feel-good story, earning his first trip to the majors on April 22, 2010 when he was promoted from Triple-A Buffalo to the New York Mets at age 32. Valdes, who tried to defect and failed five times before finally succeeding in 2003, tossed three shutout innings against Philadelphia on May 25 to notch his first career save. In total, Valdes appeared in 38 games out of the Mets bullpen in 2010, going 3-3 with a 4.91 ERA. Valdes was also lights out with Buffalo, posting a 3.00 ERA with a 4-to-1 strikeout-to-walk ratio while working primarily as a starter. With New Jersey in 2006, Valdes went 7-3 with a 2.81 ERA in 17 games (12 starts) before rising through the Mets’ minor league system.

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BROCKTON ROX

PITTSFIELD COLONIALS

Location: Brockton, MA Stadium (Opened): Campanelli Stadium (2002) Dimensions: 340-404-320 Stadium Capacity: 4,759 President: Chris Carminucci Field Manager: Bill Buckner Website: www.brocktonrox.com

Location: Pittsfield, MA Stadium (Opened): Wahconah Park (1919) Dimensions: 310-374-305 Stadium Capacity: 3,500 General Manager: Jamie Keefe Field Manager: Jamie Keefe Website: www.pittsfieldcolonials.com

NEWARK BEARS

QUÉBEC LES CAPITALES

Location: Newark, NJ Stadium (Opened): Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium (1999) Dimensions: 302-394-323 Stadium Capacity: 6,200 General Manager: Mike Torrez Field Manager: Tim Raines Website: www.newarkbears.com

Location: Quebec City, QC Stadium (Opened): Le Stade Municipal (1939) Dimensions: 315-385-315 Stadium Capacity: 4,800 General Manager: Alex Harvey Field Manager: Pat Scalabrini Website: www.capitalesdequebec.com

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ROCKLAND BOULDERS

Location: Little Falls, NJ Stadium (Opened): Yogi Berra Stadium (1998) Dimensions: 308-398-308 Stadium Capacity: 3,784 General Manager: Larry Hall Field Manager: Joe Calfapietra Website: www.jackals.com

Location: Pomona, NY Stadium (Opened): Ramapo Ballpark (2011) Dimensions: 323-403-313 Stadium Capacity: 4,750 Executive Vice President: Shawn Reilly Field Manager: Dave LaPoint Website: www.rocklandboulders.com

NEW YORK FEDERALS

WORCESTER TORNADOES

Field Manager: Skip Nathanson Website: www.nystateleague.com

Location: Worcester, MA Stadium (Opened): Hanover Insurance Park at Fitton Field (1905) Dimensions: 361-417-307 Stadium Capacity: 3,000 General Manager: Jorg Bassiacos Field Manager: Ed Riley Website: www.worcestertornadoes.com

The New York Federals will play as a road team in 2011 under the direction of the New York State League.

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Commissioner: Miles Wolff President/COO: Dan Moushon Director of Umpires: Kevin Winn Administrative Assistant: Jason Deans

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CAN-AM LEAGUE

2011 NEW JERSEY JACKALS MEDIA GUIDE CAN-AM LEAGUE HISTORY The history of the Can-Am League dates back to 1936 when Brockville, Ogdensburg, Oswego, Ottawa, Perth and Watertown/Massena were part of the Class C league. The association continued until the 1942 season, but due to World War II the league folded only to resurrect at the start of the 1946 season featuring teams from the cities of Amsterdam, Gloversville-Johnstown, Oneonta, Pittsfield, Rome, Quebec, Schenectady and Trois Rivieres. The second installment of the Can-Am League ended its run after the 1951 season. On October 6, 2004, the Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball, or CanAm League for short, was reborn with the Bangor Lumberjacks, Brockton Rox, Elmira Pioneers, New Haven County Cutters, New Jersey Jackals, North Shore Spirit, Worcester Tornadoes, and Les Capitales de Quebec as the charter members. In 2006, Elmira and the 2005 road team, Grays, were replaced with the newcomers Sussex Skyhawks and the Nashua Pride. The following year the league expanded to ten teams with the additions of the Atlantic City Surf and the rebirth of the road team Grays. Following the 2007 season, the New Haven County Cutters and North Shore Spirit decided not to operate. Ottawa, a member of the Can-Am from 1936-39, replaced the Grays, giving the league eight teams. In 2010, Pittsfield, a member of the Can-Am from 1941-42 and 1946-51, replaced the New Hampshire club.

2010 CAN-AM LEAGUE STANDINGS Âť OVERALL GP W Quebec Les Capitales 94 57 Brockton Rox 93 54 Pittsfield Colonials 93 48 New Jersey Jackals 92 42 Worcester Tornadoes 93 42 Sussex Skyhawks 91 35

L 37 39 45 50 51 56

PCT .606 .581 .516 .457 .452 .385

GB 0.0 2.5 8.5 14.0 14.5 20.5

FIRST HALF GP W L PCT GB Quebec Les Capitales 47 30 17 .638 0.0 Brockton Rox 47 27 20 .574 3.0 Sussex Skyhawks 46 25 21 .543 4.5 Pittsfield Colonials 47 20 27 .426 10.0 New Jersey Jackals 46 19 27 .413 10.5 Worcester Tornadoes 47 19 28 .404 11.0

For the 2011 season, the Newark Bears join the circuit after spending the past 13 seasons in the Atlantic League while the league also welcomes the expansion Rockland (NY) Boulders. The Sussex (NJ) Skyhawks will not operate in 2011. Their place with be taken by the New York Federals, a road team that will be run by the New York State League with players from that league and other selected professional players.

SECOND HALF GP W L PCT GB Pittsfield Colonials 46 28 18 .609 0.0 Brockton Rox 46 27 19 .587 1.0 Quebec Les Capitales 47 27 20 .574 1.5 New Jersey Jackals 46 23 23 .500 5.0 Worcester Tornadoes 46 23 23 .500 5.0 Sussex Skyhawks 45 10 35 .222 17.5

CAN-AM LEAGUE ROSTER RULES

PAST LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

The roster limit for a Can-Am League club is 22 players. An additional two players may be on the disabled list during the regular season. Of those 22 players, a maximum of four may be veterans and minimum of five must be rookies. The remaining players will be designated limited service players and of those LS players only six (6) may be LS-4. During the pre-season, a maximum of 27 players may be under contract at any one time without regard to classification. The 22 active player roster must be met three days before the start of the regular season.

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Quebec Capitales Quebec Capitales Sussex Skyhawks Nashua Pride Quebec Capitales Worcester Tornadoes

DEFINITIONS Year of Service: A year of service for Can-Am League players is 75 official at bats or more in a National Association or independent league or leagues, or 30 innings or more pitched in a National Association or independent league or leagues, in any season prior to the present calendar year. For independent and short season/rookie league service, the first two years of service equals one National Association year. For foreign players, the classification and salary level will be determined by the league office. Rookie: A player with less than one year of service. LS-1: A player with less than two years of service. LS-2: A player with less than three years of service. LS-3: A player with less than four years of service. LS-4: A player with less than five years of service. One of the six LS-4 players may be LS-5. LS-5: A player with less than 6 years of service. Veteran: A player with six or more years of service. If a player has six or more years of service but has not reached the age of 26 by September 1 of that season, he will be considered an LS-4. If he has not reached the age of 24 by September 1 of that season, he will be considered an LS-3. Eric Gagne, the 2003 National League Cy Young Award Winner with the Los Angeles Dodgers, started 17 games for the Quebec Capitales in 2009.

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JACKALS MANAGER JOE CALFAPIETRA

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JOE CALFAPIETRA

FIELD MANAGER - NINTH SEASON

Joe Calfapietra, the longest-tenured manager in the Can-Am League, returns to the Jackals’ dugout for his ninth season as the team’s field manager in 2011. It will mark his 12th year as a professional manager. Calfapietra earned his 500th career managerial victory in dramatic fashion on August 26, 2010 when New Jersey defeated Quebec 1-0 on a Carlos Sosa walk-off double in the bottom of the ninth inning, which preserved an Isaac Pavlik complete-game shutout. In 2009, Calfapietra was named the Can-Am League Manager of the Year after guiding the Jackals to the league’s first-half title and a playoff appearance. He also garnered Manager of the Year honors in 2004 when he led the Jackals to a Northeast League championship. Calfapietra, 40, began his coaching career with the Northern League’s Duluth-Superior Dukes in 1994 before spending the 1995 and 1996 seasons with the Aberdeen Pheasants of the Prairie League. In 1997, Calfapietra joined manager Ed Ott’s coaching staff with the Allentown Ambassadors as Director of Baseball Operations. Calfapietra was named the Ambassadors manager in 2000 at the age of 29, making him the youngest manager in Northern League history. After posting an 85-90 managerial record in two seasons with the Ambassadors, Calfapietra left Allentown after five years to guide the expansion Gary SouthShore RailCats in their inaugural season in 2002. Calfapietra led Gary, which played its entire schedule on the road while waiting for its ballpark to be constructed, to a 35-55 team record and was named the Northern League Manager of the Year. Calfapietra joined the Jackals in 2003 and earned his second Manager of the Year award in 2004 when he led New Jersey past the North Shore Spirit for the Northeast League title. The Royersford, PA native played at Eastern College in Saint Davids, PA, where he was a two-time Division III All-American selection at first base. When he was not drafted out of college, Calfapietra turned to coaching and earned his Master’s Degree in Education. He has spent time collegiately as an assistant coach at Eastern College, a volunteer assistant at St. Joseph’s University, and as the hitting coach and recruiting coordinator at Villanova University.

CALFAPIETRA’S PROFESSIONAL COACHING RESUME RECORD W/ NEW JERSEY: 386-352 CAREER MANAGERIAL RECORD: 506-497

MANAGERIAL CAREER 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

New Jersey Jackals New Jersey Jackals New Jersey Jackals New Jersey Jackals New Jersey Jackals New Jersey Jackals New Jersey Jackals New Jersey Jackals Gary SouthShore Railcats Allentown Ambassadors Allentown Ambassadors

42-50 55-39* 43-51 49-44 43-48 48-44 54-39* 52-37 35-55* 43-47 42-43

COACHING CAREER 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

Allentown Ambassadors Allentown Ambassadors Allentown Ambassadors Aberdeen Pheasants Aberdeen Pheasants Duluth-Superior Dukes

* indicates Manager of the Year honors

QUICK FACTS: JOE CALFAPIETRA • •

Last name is pronounced cal-fuh-pee-A-tra Spent three years on the staff of former Jackals hitting coach and Sussex Skyhawks manager Ed Ott when Ott was the manager in Allentown. Only two current independent managers have been at their team’s helm longer than Calfapietra: Doug Simunic (entering his 16th season with FargoMoorhead RedHawks of the American Association) and Sparky Lyle (entering his 14th season with the Somerset Patriots of the Atlantic League) Was inducted into the Gary SouthShore Railcats Hall of Fame in 2009.

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YEARS

Joe Calfapietra 2003-2010 George Tsamis 2001-2002 Kash Beauchamp 1998-2000

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REGULAR SEASON Win % POSTSEASON CHAMPIONSHIPS

386-352 107-72 129-124

.523 .597 .510

9-15 18-8 8-3

1 (2004) 2 (2001, 2002) 1 (1998)

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ED OTT

COACH - FOURTH SEASON

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Returns to the Jackals coaching staff after managing the Sussex Skyhawks in 2010… Spent three seasons as a coach with the Jackals (2007-09)… Was previously the manager of the Allentown Ambassadors for 4 1/2 seasons (1997-99 and 2002-03), earning Northeast League Manager of the Year honors in 1998 and 1999… Was drafted by Pittsburgh in the 23rd round in 1970 and spent eight seasons in the major leagues as a catcher and outfielder.. Helped the Pirates defeat the Orioles in the 1979 World Series, scoring the winning run in Game 2… Was traded to the California Angels prior to the 1981 season, but was limited to 75 games due to a rotator cuff injury… Was Barry Bonds first minor league manager with Single-A Prince William in 1985... Spent seven seasons coaching at the major league level, serving as the Astros first base coach and bench coach under Art Howe from 1989-93 and the Tigers bullpen coach from 200102 under Phil Garner… Born 7/11/51 in Muncy, PA (59 years old on opening day).

ANI RAMOS

COACH - 14TH SEASON

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Has been with the Jackals as a coach since their inception in 1998... Entering his 14th season with New Jersey in 2011... Is the only member of the organization in uniform for each of the team’s first 13 seasons... Sports four Jackals championship rings... Prior to his time with the Jackals, played for Ramapo College and was a coach on the 1984 Roadrunners squad that won the NCAA Division III national championship... Has also coached at Montclair State University and managed the Clifton Phillies in the Met League for two years... Was born in Cuba and raised in Passaic, NJ.

ANGEL FLORES

COACH - FIRST SEASON

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Was with the Jackals as a catcher during spring training... Accepted a spot on the coaching staff on May 25... In 2010 with New Jersey, batted .248 with 15 RBIs in 34 games... Spent five seasons in the Detroit Tigers’ minor league system, reaching as high as Triple-A Toledo, before signing with the Jackals in 2010... Was behind the plate for the first nine-inning no-hitter in the New York-Penn League in 51 years, hurled by Oneonta’s Guillermo Moscoso against the Batavia Muckdogs on July 15, 2007... Over six professional seasons, owns a .215 average with five home runs in 209 games... Hometown of Manati, Puerto Rico (pronounced man-uh-TEE) has also produced Ivan Rodriguez and Carlos Beltran.

ERIC WAMSLEY

HEAD TRAINER - SECOND SEASON Returns to the Jackals for his second season as the team’s head trainer in 2011... Is a graduate of Dominican College... Has been a New York State Licensed Massage Therapist for the past ten years... In the offseason, works with Felix Festa Middle School in Rockland County as their medical specialist... Resides in New City, N.Y.

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2011 OPENING DAY ROSTER NO. PITCHERS 5 Bobby Gagg 7 Isaac Pavlik 10 James Leverton 16 Jared Locke 21 Steve Fox 26 Stephen Clyne 27 A.J. Wideman 30 Mike Pontius 31 Jeff Gogal 32 Chris Vasami 40 Philip Bartleski

B R R R R R R R R R R R

NO. CATCHERS 17 Chris Anderson 23 Myron Leslie

T R L L L R R L R L R R

HT WT 6’0” 215 5’8” 165 6’2” 210 6’6” 240 6’6” 215 6’2” 205 5’10” 190 6’2” 235 6’2” 195 6’4” 245 6’7” 240

BORN 12/29/86 5/19/80 5/13/86 8/14/84 11/10/85 9/22/84 6/8/85 10/26/87 6/10/82 3/7/85 4/22/83

2011 NEW JERSEY JACKALS MEDIA GUIDE AGE 24 31 25 26 25 26 25 22 28 25 28

PREVIOUS CLUB Brooklyn Cyclones New Jersey Jackals Tennessee Smokies Sussex Skyhawks Lowell Spinners St. Lucie Mets New Jersey Jackals New Jersey Jackals Jacksonville Suns New Jersey Jackals Tampa Yankees

RESIDES Hamburg, N.J. Ramsey, N.J. Flower Mound, Texas Inman, S.C. Washington Twp., N.J. Madisonville, La. Mississauga, Ontario Wentzville, Mo. Loxley, Ala. Mamaroneck, N.Y. Tampa, Fla.

STATUS ROOKIE VETERAN LS-2 LS-2 ROOKIE LS-2 LS-4 LS-1 LS-4 ROOKIE

B T HT WT BORN AGE PREVIOUS CLUB R R 6’0” 215 10/27/85 25 Rome Braves S R 6’3” 220 5/2/82 29 Trenton Thunder

RESIDES Spring Valley, Calif. Riverside, Fla.

STATUS LS-1 VETERAN

NO. INFIELDERS 2 Argenis Reyes 13 Dan Betteridge 15 Mike DeJesus 20 Mike Jones 22 Nick Giarraputo 25 Kris Sanchez

B S R L L R L

T R R R R R L

HT WT 5’10” 180 6’1” 180 5’10” 185 6’3” 280 6’4” 210 6’2” 230

BORN 9/25/82 12/28/87 7/16/83 6/14/85 5/29/88 1/9/84

AGE 28 23 27 25 22 27

PREVIOUS CLUB Columbus Clippers New Jersey Jackals New Jersey Jackals Myrtle Beach Pelicans Sussex Skyhawks Sussex Skyhawks

RESIDES Santiago, DR Turnersville, N.J. Manalapan, N.J. Moreno Valley, Calif. Calabasas, Calif. Cambridge, Ohio

STATUS VETERAN ROOKIE LS-4 LS-5 LS-3 LS-2

NO. OUTFIELDERS 9 Chris White 18 Leonard Davis 19 Jeremy Slayden

B S L L

T R R R

HT WT 5’11” 195 5’9” 215 6’0” 200

BORN 11/12/87 12/24/83 7/28/82

AGE 23 27 28

PREVIOUS CLUB Toledo Mud Hens Syracuse Chiefs Reading Phillies

RESIDES Lompoc, Calif. Hanford, Calif. Murfreesboro, Tenn.

STATUS LS-3 VETERAN LS-3

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE COACHING STAFF 44 Joe Calfapietra Field Manager 14 Ed Ott Pitching Coach 1 Ani Ramos Coach Eric Wamsley Head Trainer Wally Brackett Clubhouse Manager

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Joe Calfapietra................. cal-fuh-pee-A-tra Mike DeJesus............................ de-HEY-zeus Nick Giarraputo.......... gee-ah-ruh-PEW-tow Jared Locke............................................ lock Ani Ramos............................on-ee RAY-mos Argenis Reyes............................arr-HEY-niss Chris Vasami.............................vuh-SOM-ee Eric Wamsley.............................. WOMS-lee 2010 CAN-AM LEAGUE ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR

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BOBBY GAGG

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER

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Height: 6’0” Weight: 215 Opening Day Age: 24 Bats: Right Throws: Right Status: Rookie Born: 12/29/1986 Resides: Hamburg, N.J. College: Coastal Carolina University Drafted: not drafted Experience: second season (first with Jackals) Notes: Was signed by the New York Mets as a non-drafted free agent in 2009… Was released by the Mets in April 2010… Did not play professionally in 2010… Father, Robert, was a 13th round draft pick by the New York Yankees in 1974 as a pitcher and infielder… Was a four-year letterwinner at Wallkill Valley High School in Hamburg, NJ... Went 12-1 with a 0.84 earnedrun average his senior year... Had 135 strikeouts in 2005 while helping Wallkill to a Group II State Championship... Also hit .475 with seven home runs and 57 runs-batted-in his senior season... Earned First Team All-Sussex County Interscholastic League and All-West Jersey his junior season… Pitched for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox in the Cape Cod League in 2007, going 3-0 with a 2.64 ERA in seven games (four starts) while playing with teammates Buster Posey (the fifth overall pick in 2008 by the San Francisco Giants) and Gordon Beckham (the eighth overall pick in 2008 by the Chicago White Sox). 2009 w/ GCL Mets, Kingsport Mets, and Brooklyn Cyclones: Played for three different teams within the Mets minor league system in a 27-day span… Made his professional debut on July 3 in the rookie-level Gulf Coast League… Was promoted to rookie-level Kingsport in the Appalachian League on July 10… Earned a call up to Short-A Brooklyn on July 30. College Career: Played four seasons at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, SC… Finished his career at Coastal with a 26-10 record and a 3.37 ERA… Posted nearly a three-to-one strikeout-to-walk ratio over his college career (227 strikeouts, 76 walks)… Went 16-3 combined during his freshman and sophomore seasons… Ranks fourth in Chanticleers history in innings pitched (339), sixth in starts (46), tied for sixth in wins (26) and 14th in ERA (3.37)… As a senior in 2009, went 4-4 with a 5.35 ERA… Withdrew from classes during the fall 2008 semester due to personal reasons and was reinstated for the spring 2009 semester… As a junior in 2008, was named the Big South Preseason Pitcher of the Year and proceeded to go 6-3 with a 3.28 earned-run average in 14 starts… Had 54 strikeouts compared to just 10 walks in 85 innings and was an All-Big South First Team selection despite tearing his oblique late in the season… As a sophomore in 2007, was a Second Team All-America selection by Collegiate Baseball, was named the Big South Pitcher of the Year, and was on the First Team All-Big South. Went 12-2 with a 2.57 earned-run average and 84 strikeouts in 112 innings as the Big South’s only 12 game winner. YR CLUB LG Class W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IB SO WP BK AVG AGAINST 09 Mets GULF R 0-0 .000 0.00 3 0 0 0 2 0 7.0 4 24 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 1 .167 Kingsport APPY R 0-1 .000 1.80 5 0 0 0 5 1 5.0 6 21 23 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 7 0 0 .286 Brooklyn NYP A 2-0 1.000 2.25 8 0 0 0 5 1 12.0 10 43 49 3 3 1 0 1 1 4 0 11 0 1 .233 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS 2 .667 16 0 12 24.0 88 6 1 1 6 24 2 1 1.50 0 0 2 20 97 4 1 1 0 0 .227

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ISAAC PAVLIK

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Height: 5’8” Weight: 165 Opening Day Age: 31 Bats: Right Throws: Left Status: Veteran Born: 5/10/1980 in Belleville, N.J. Resides: Ramsey, N.J. College: Seton Hall University Drafted: 2002, 10th round (Colorado Rockies) Experience: 10th season (seventh with Jackals) Notes: Is the longest-tenured player on New Jersey’s roster, entering his seventh season with the team in 2011... Enters 2011 as the Jackals all-time leader in games pitched (130)... Is the Can-Am League’s all-time leader in appearances (155)... Also enters 2011 ranked second in Can-Am League career innings pitched (637.2) behind John Kelly (645)... Is a six-time Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week... Durable southpaw had lasted at least five innings in 33 straight starts before leaving with an injury in first inning vs Quebec on 7/24/09. That streak began in 2007... Has tossed 100+ innings in each of his last six seasons... Is 0-18 at the plate in his professional career after popping out on 7/3/09 at Worcester in his most recent at-bat... Teaches at a private school in Passaic, NJ during the offseason. 2010 w/ New Jersey: Finished ninth in the Can-Am League with a 3.73 ERA and led the Jackals with seven wins... Began the season working out of the bullpen… Two shutout innings at Sussex on May 27 marked first relief appearance since 8/25/08… Earned the win in a spot start on June 6 at Brockton after hurling five scoreless innings following four consecutive relief appearances to start the season… Was moved back into the starting rotation full-time on June 24… Won six of his first eight starts overall… 10 earned runs and 14 hits allowed on July 4 at Pittsfield were all career-highs with New Jersey (Pavlik had allowed 11 hits twice and seven earned runs three times during his six-year Jackals’ tenure). Regular-season ERA would have been 2.99 if not for that outing... During three-start span (July 17-28), surrendered just two runs (a 0.79 ERA) while posting a 17-to-1 strikeout-to-walk ratio In 22 2/3 innings... Was responsible for both of New Jersey’s complete-game shutouts in 2010... Tossed his eighth career complete game shutout with New Jersey on July 22 at Sussex in 2-0 win. For that performance, which included seven strikeouts and no walks, Pavlik was named Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week for the fifth time in his career on July 26…. Just over a month later, was named league Pitcher of the Week once again after tossing a complete-game, three-hit shutout on August 26 vs. Quebec. New Jersey won that contest 1-0 on a walk-off double by Carlos Sosa in the bottom of the ninth inning as Jackals skipper Joe Calfapietra notched his 500th career managerial victory... In his lone playoff start on September 11 vs Quebec, allowed just two earned runs in 7.2 innings in Jackals’ season-ending loss at Yogi Berra Stadium. 2009 w/ New Jersey: Led the Jackals with 18 starts... Was fifth in Can-Am League strikeouts (75) third in shutouts (1), ninth in ERA (3.66) and second in complete games (3)... 2008 w/ New Jersey: Tied the Jackals single-season record with 20 starts and pitched at least five innings in each outing... Was third in Can-Am League innings pitched (135.2) and games started (20), and eighth in ERA (3.65)... 2006 w/ New Jersey and West Tennessee: Began the season with New Jersey, but had his contract purchased by Chicago Cubs where he finished the season at Double-A West Tennessee, going 2-1 with a 3.29 ERA in 10 games (6 starts) for the Diamond Jaxx... 2005 w/ New Jersey: was second in the Can-Am League with 102 strikeouts and third with 3.02 ERA. w/ Colorado Rockies Organization (2002-2004): Was named the rookie-level Northwest League’s All-Star left-handed relief pitcher in 2002 with the Tri-City Dust Devils. College Career: Was primarily a closer during his four years at Seton Hall University... Is the Pirates career leader in appearances (84) and saves (22)... As a senior in 2002, led the Pirates with eight saves and a 2.85 ERA while making 21 of his 28 appearances in relief. YR 02 03 04

CLUB LG Class W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IB SO WP BK AVG AGAINST Tri-City NWST A 5-1 .833 1.13 27 0 0 0 13 1 32.0 26 112 131 6 4 0 6 3 0 10 1 32 5 0 .232 Visalia CAL A 3-3 .500 4.94 51 0 0 0 20 1 54.2 65 225 254 33 30 1 3 2 5 19 0 50 3 1 .289 Visalia CAL A 1-1 .500 8.61 23 0 0 0 8 0 23.0 35 103 116 26 22 2 0 0 1 12 0 19 2 0 .340 Bangor NEL IND 1-3 .250 3.73 24 5 0 0 8 4 50.2 43 185 218 25 21 2 4 2 2 25 2 56 3 0 .232 05 New Jersey CAN IND 7-5 .583 3.09 28 12 2 0 7 3 102.0 100 399 437 42 35 6 8 0 2 28 2 100 7 1 .251 06 New Jersey CAN IND 6-2 .750 2.86 12 9 1 1 1 0 72.1 65 276 297 29 23 4 1 2 1 17 0 65 0 0 .236 West Tenn SOU AA 2-1 .667 3.38 9 6 0 0 0 0 40.0 43 155 174 19 15 3 4 1 0 14 0 35 0 0 .277 07 New Jersey CAN IND 8-5 .615 3.97 26 16 0 0 2 0 113.1 129 460 504 71 50 11 8 1 6 29 1 93 1 0 .280 08 New Jersey CAN IND 8-7 .533 3.65 21 20 1 0 0 0 135.2 144 518 553 57 55 7 3 6 3 23 0 82 1 0 .278 09 New Jersey CAN IND 6-6 .500 3.66 18 18 3 1 0 0 110.2 103 421 450 57 45 2 2 5 5 17 0 75 1 0 .245 10 New Jersey CAN IND 7-6 .538 3.73 25 15 2 2 3 0 103.2 115 415 444 50 43 5 4 3 6 16 0 78 2 0 .277 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS 54 .574 264 9 62 838.0 3269 415 43 25 210 685 2 40 3.68 101 4 9 868 3578 343 43 31 6 25 .266

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JAMES LEVERTON

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Height: 6’2” Weight: 210 Opening Day Age: 25 Bats: Right Throws: Left Status: LS-2 Born: 5/13/1986 in Garland, Texas Resides: Flower Mound, Texas College: Texas Tech University Drafted: 2008, eighth round (Chicago Cubs) Experience: fourth season (first with Jackals) Notes: Was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the eighth round in 2008 following his junior season at Texas Tech... 35 of his first 41 career games were as a starter, but all 49 appearances in 2010 came in relief... Attended high school in Rockwall, Texas. 2010 w/ Peoria Chiefs, Daytona Cubs, and Tennessee Smokies: Combined to go 10-1 with a 2.75 ERA in 49 relief appearances at three levels in the Cubs system... Began the season in extended spring training and joined Peoria on April 17... With Peoria, recorded either a win or a save in each of his first seven games to begin the season... Was a Single-A Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star with Peoria... Was promoted to Advanced-A Daytona on June 15... Was promoted to Double-A Tennessee in late-August. 2009 w/ Daytona Cubs: Started 25 games... Finished fourth in the Advanced-A Florida State League with 61 walks and third with 14 home runs allowed. College Career: Played three seasons at Texas Tech University (2006-08) prior to being drafted by the Cubs following his junior season... Was primarily a position player as a freshman and sophomore before shifting to the mound for his junior season... As a freshman in 2006, played 56 games and hit .285 with five home runs and 35 RBIs while starting 48 contests (26 at first base, 22 in the outfield)... As a sophomore in 2007, hit .290 with three home runs and 25 RBIs as the Red Raiders starting first baseman en route to being named an Honorable Mention All-Big 12 selection while making four relief appearances and allowing seven runs in 3.1 innings on the mound... As a junior in 2008, recorded only 27 at-bats but made 31 relief appearances, going 2-3 with a 3.86 ERA and allowing just 27 hits in 32.2 innings. YR 08 09 10

CLUB LG Class W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IB SO WP BK AVG AGAINST Boise NWST A 1-3 .250 4.61 15 10 0 0 0 0 54.2 50 200 238 30 28 1 5 2 4 27 2 38 3 0 .250 Daytona FSL A 9-11 .450 4.35 26 25 0 0 0 0 122.0 115 455 528 71 59 14 3 4 5 61 3 75 6 1 .253 Peoria MID A 5-1 .833 2.60 19 0 0 0 15 4 27.2 23 101 115 11 8 1 0 9 0 25 1 0 .228 Daytona FSL A 4-0 1.000 2.80 26 0 0 0 12 5 35.1 36 139 154 12 11 3 1 11 3 28 2 0 .259 West Tenn SOU AA 1-0 1.000 3.18 4 0 0 0 1 0 5.2 5 20 23 2 2 0 0 3 0 4 1 0 .250 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS 20 .571 90 0 28 245.1 915 126 19 111 170 1 15 3.96 35 0 9 229 1085 108 10 8 13 .250

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JARED LOCKE

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Height: 6’6” Weight: 240 Opening Day Age: 26 Bats: Right Throws: Left Status: LS-2 Born: 8/14/1984 in Spartanburg, S.C. Resides: Inman, S.C. College: Newberry College Drafted: not drafted Experience: sixth season (first with Jackals) 2010 w/ Sussex Skyhawks: Set a Can-Am League record with 49 appearances, eclipsing the previous mark of 48 set by Andy Weimer of the New Haven County Cutters in 2007... 49 appearances were seven more than any other league hurler in 2010… Went 6-8 with a 3.93 ERA while allowing 51 hits in 52.2 innings with 50 strikeouts and 24 walks… Held left-handed hitters to a .198 batting average compared to .333 against righties… In July, went just 1-5 but posted a 2.45 ERA while holding opponents to a .222 batting average in 14 games… Pitched well against New Jersey, compiling a team-best 2.16 ERA in 11 outings against the Jackals… With the bases loaded, allowed just one hit in seven at-bats (a .143 average). Career Highlights: Originally signed as a non-drafted free agent by the Texas Rangers in 2006… Signed with the Frontier League’s Traverse City Beach Bums after being released by Texas in June 2007… With Traverse City in 2007, posted a stretch from July 16th through August 19th where he pitched 17.2 innings without surrendering an earned run… Had his contract purchased by the Philadelphia Phillies on 2/25/08 after attending a tryout camp, but re-signed with the Beach Bums on 5/7/08 after being released by Philadelphia during spring training... With the Beach Bums, played under Jackals coach Jon Cahill, who served as Traverse City’s manager in 2007 and 2008… Appeared in 93 games with Traverse City over three seasons… Locked made six seven for the rookie-level Arizona League Rangers in his first professional season in 2006, but hasn’t started a game since. Case of Mistaken Identity: Went undrafted following his senior season at Division II Newberry College in 2006, but received a phone call from the Texas Rangers the day after the draft (June 8). As Locke explained, during that phone call the Rangers noted “We saw that J. Locke (Jeffrey Locke, who was taken 51st overall by the Atlanta Braves) had been drafted, and so we dropped your name off our watch list. Are you sure you didn’t get drafted?” College Career: Pitched collegiately at Division II Newberry College in Newberry, SC... During junior and senior seasons, went 2-11 in 31 games (17 starts) with an 8.66 ERA for the Indians, who finished with a 9-45-1 record his senior year. YR CLUB LG Class W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IB SO WP BK AVG AGAINST 06 Rangers ARIZ R 3-4 .429 4.56 14 7 0 0 0 0 47.1 50 182 214 29 24 2 4 1 5 22 0 40 6 0 .275 07 Clinton MID A 0-2 .000 7.71 7 0 0 0 3 0 9.1 11 38 46 12 8 2 0 0 0 8 0 9 2 0 .289 Traverse Cy FRON IND 1-1 .500 3.42 21 0 0 0 5 2 23.2 19 87 105 11 9 2 1 0 0 17 1 25 1 0 .218 08 Traverse Cy FRON IND 3-1 .750 3.55 38 0 0 0 10 3 50.2 38 174 211 21 20 2 5 3 2 27 3 52 2 0 .218 09 Traverse Cy FRON IND 0-3 .000 5.83 34 0 0 0 12 1 41.2 48 167 194 35 27 2 5 4 1 17 0 38 4 0 .287 10 Sussex CAN IND 6-8 .428 3.93 49 0 0 0 22 2 52.2 51 196 229 27 23 4 4 4 1 24 5 50 5 0 .260 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS 13 .406 163 0 52 225.1 844 135 14 12 115 214 0 19 4.43 7 0 8 217 999 111 19 9 9 20 .257

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STEVE FOX

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER

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Height: 6’6” Weight: 215 Opening Day Age: 25 Bats: Right Throws: Right Status: Rookie Born: 11/10/1985 in Washington Township, N.J. Resides: Washington Township, N.J. College: N/A Drafted: not drafted Experience: third season (first with Jackals) Notes: Was released by the Boston Red Sox in March after one season in their organization... Spent his rookie season in 2009 with the Sussex Skyhawks before the Red Sox purchased his contract in October 2009... Pitched at Bergen Catholic High School in Oradell, N.J. where he went 7-2 with a 0.89 ERA as a senior in 2004 and earned All-New Jersey parochial first team honors... Attended Hofstra University but never gained eligibility and did not play baseball... Full name is Stephen MacDonald Fox. 2010 w/ Lowell Spinners, Greenville Drive, and Salem Red Sox: Spent the majority of the season with Single-A Short-Season Lowell... In July, appeared in one game for Single-A Greenville (allowed five hits and three earned runs in 1.2 innings against the Savannah Sand Gnats on July 16) and one game for Advanced-A Salem... In 18 games overall, went 4-2 with a 5.25 ERA. 2009 w/ Sussex Skyhawks: Was signed by Sussex out of an Indy Pro Showcase tryout camp ... In his first season of professional baseball, pitched in 19 games for the Skyhawks with an 0-3 record with an earned run average of 3.98... Struck out 42 batters and walked 22 in 40 2/3 innings pitched... Posted a lower ERA each month as the season progressed... Compiled a 1.90 ERA in his final 10 outings over August and September... Allowed just one home run... Held right-handed hitters to a .231 batting average (left-handers batted .321)... 60 percent of batters retired were via groundout... Following the 2009 season, was named the ninth-best independent league prospect by Baseball America... Had his contract purchased by the Boston Red Sox in October... According to Baseball America’s J.J. Cooper: “As you would expect for a pitcher with no college experience and little coaching, Fox was not a refined product when he arrived in Sussex. A month into the season he had a 9.72 ERA. But Skyhawks pitching coach Brooks Carey worked at getting Fox to stop opening up so early in his delivery (which caused him to leave the ball up) and to stop falling off to first base on his follow-through. Once he got his delivery closed up and started striding towards home plate, Fox didn’t allow an earned run in his final nine innings of work (while striking out nine) and he had a 1.90 ERA with 29 strikeouts in 24 innings over the final two months of the season.” YR CLUB LG Class W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IB SO WP BK AVG AGAINST 09 Sussex CAN IND 0-3 .000 3.98 19 0 0 0 7 0 40.2 43 156 184 25 18 1 2 2 2 22 1 42 2 0 .276 10 Lowell NYP A 4-2 .667 4.96 16 0 0 0 4 1 45.1 41 179 202 27 25 6 1 17 0 43 8 0 .229 Greenville SAL A 0-0 .000 16.20 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 5 12 12 4 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 .417 Salem CARO A 0-0 .000 0.00 1 0 0 0 1 0 1.0 1 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .250 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS 4 .444 37 0 12 88.2 351 56 7 2 39 89 0 5 4.67 0 0 1 90 402 46 2 3 1 11 .256

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STEPHEN CLYNE

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER

Height: 6’2” Weight: 205 Opening Day Age: 26 Bats: Right Throws: Right Status: LS-2 Born: 09/22/1984 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Resides: Madisonville, La. College: Clemson University Drafted: 2007, third round (New York Mets) Experience: fifth season (first with Jackals) Notes: Selected by the New York Mets out of Clemson University in the third round (123rd overall) of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft... Spent first four professional seasons in Mets minor league system before being released in July 2010... Has never started a game at the professional level... In his career, has allowed just five home runs in 164.1 innings (roughly one every 32 innings)... As a high school freshman, pitched a perfect game and was a member of the Florida state runner-up team at American Heritage School... As a high school senior, set single-season school records for wins (11) and ERA (0.34)... Grew up in Parkland, Fla. 2010 w/ St. Lucie Mets: Was released in July after allowing 31 baserunners in 14 innings for Advanced-A St. Lucie in the Florida State League. In 10 games, went 1-1 with a 3.86 ERA. Career Highlights: Began the 2009 season at Advanced-A St. Lucie and was promoted to Double-A Binghamton in May before being sent back to St. Lucie in July. College Career: Spent five seasons at Clemson University... After redshirting as a freshman in 2003, underwent “Tommy John” surgery, which was performed by Dr. James Andrews, and did not pitch at Clemson in 2004... In three seasons with the Tigers, appeared in 66 games (all in relief) and went 8-3 with a 2.84 ERA and five saves... As a senior in 2007, led the Tigers in appearances (31) and ERA (2.58)... had a scoreless-inning streak of 31.1 innings pitched that included his last 15.1 innings pitched of 2006 and his first 16.0 innings pitched of 2007; it was just behind the school record of 32.2 innings pitched... Helped Clemson reach the College World Series as a junior in 2006... Graduated from Clemson in May 2007 with a degree in management. YR CLUB LG Class W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IB SO WP BK AVG AGAINST 07 Brooklyn NYP A 1-1 .500 2.05 20 0 0 0 15 8 26.1 21 98 123 9 6 0 1 0 5 19 1 30 4 0 .214 08 St. Lucie FSL A 1-3 .250 5.92 27 0 0 0 12 2 38.0 36 145 166 30 25 3 1 2 3 15 3 23 3 0 .248 Brooklyn NYP A 2-2 .500 2.82 17 0 0 0 13 9 22.1 19 78 93 9 7 1 2 1 0 12 2 23 1 0 .244 09 St. Lucie FSL A 3-1 .750 1.27 26 0 0 0 16 2 35.1 21 117 138 6 5 0 2 1 1 17 2 29 3 0 .179 Binghamton EAST AA 1-0 1.000 7.31 17 0 0 0 5 0 28.1 45 123 143 23 23 1 0 0 0 20 0 17 1 1 .366 10 St. Lucie FSL A 1-1 .500 3.86 10 0 0 0 4 0 14.0 16 55 73 8 6 0 6 9 0 11 6 1 .291 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS 9 .529 117 0 65 164.1 616 85 5 4 92 133 2 8 3.94 0 0 21 158 736 72 6 15 8 18 .256

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AJ WIDEMAN

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Height: 5’10” Weight: 190 Opening Day Age: 25 Bats: Right Throws: Left Status: LS-4 Born: 6/8/1985 in Mississauga, Ontario Resides: Mississauga, Ontario College: N/A Drafted: 2003, 11th round (Montreal Expos) Experience: ninth season (third with Jackals) Notes: Was traded from the Washington Nationals to the Toronto Blue Jays in 2005 in exchange for outfielder Tyrell Godwin, who reached the majors with Washington later that year... Had signed on to play at the University of Arkansas before signing with the Expos out of high school following the 2003 draft... Younger brother, Jordan, is a catcher in the Cincinnati Reds system who was selected by the Reds in the 11th round of the 2007 draft. 2010 w/ New Jersey: Was New Jersey’s opening-day starter on May 27 at Sussex... Left July 15 start vs Brockton with an injury after retiring the side in order in the top of the fourth inning. Soon after, was placed on the inactive list with a tear in his left lat. Returned to the mound on August 28 after missing 42 games... Earned the win in his second start back and final start of the regular season, allowing one run in 5.2 innings on September 3 at Quebec. 2009 w/ New Jersey: Named the Can-Am League Pitcher of the Year after leading the league in wins (10-1) and ERA (2.51) and finishing second with 81 strikeouts... Was the Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month for June and July... Lost a perfect game with one out in the bottom of the eighth inning on June 23 at Quebec. Career Highlights: In 2007, led all Toronto farmhands in wins (11), ranking third in the Florida State League in wins and third in BB/9 IP (1.67). His 18 home runs allowed were the secondmost in the Advanced-A league... In 2005, was second in the Single-A Midwest League with 21 home runs surrendered... Pitched for Team Canada for the 2005 Baseball Senior World Cup, going 1-0 with a 6.75 ERA and picking up a victory over the South African national team... Also pitched for Team Canada in the 2008 Final Olympic Qualification Tournament... In 2004, would have trailed only Anibal Sanchez in ERA in the New YorkPenn League had Wideman had enough innings to qualify. YR 03 04 05 06 07

CLUB LG Class W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IB SO WP BK AVG AGAINST Expos GULF R 2-4 .333 2.01 10 8 0 0 1 1 40.1 37 149 163 13 9 1 0 3 4 7 0 37 2 0 .248 Vermont NYP A 3-1 .750 1.81 10 10 0 0 0 0 44.2 26 150 167 9 9 0 1 2 1 13 0 38 0 2 .173 Lansing MID A 7-10 .412 4.91 27 27 0 0 0 0 143.0 135 540 594 84 78 21 0 6 10 38 0 121 3 2 .250 Lansing MID A 1-4 .200 5.00 11 10 0 0 1 0 45.0 53 178 202 30 25 2 1 1 4 18 0 39 6 0 .298 Lansing MID A 3-0 1.000 3.74 4 4 0 0 0 0 21.2 25 83 93 11 9 1 1 0 0 9 0 17 1 0 .301 Dunedin FSL A 11-5 .688 3.61 22 22 1 0 0 0 134.2 136 508 543 57 54 18 2 2 6 25 0 84 2 0 .268 08 N.Hampshire EAST AA 3-8 .273 6.39 13 11 0 0 0 0 63.1 85 267 304 59 45 10 2 5 1 29 1 25 1 0 .318 Dunedin FSL A 7-5 .583 4.40 14 12 0 0 0 0 73.2 88 293 319 39 36 4 3 2 2 19 1 39 1 0 .300 09 New Jersey CAN IND 10-1 .909 2.51 18 18 0 0 0 0 114.2 90 421 446 37 32 5 2 1 4 18 0 81 0 0 .214 10 New Jersey CAN IND 4-5 .444 4.88 11 11 0 0 0 0 59.0 78 245 274 41 32 6 3 3 5 18 0 41 1 0 .318 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS 51 .542 140 1 2 740.0 2834 380 68 25 194 522 4 43 4.00 133 0 1 753 3105 329 15 37 2 17 .266

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MIKE PONTIUS

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER

Height: 6’2” Weight: 235 Opening Day Age: 23 Bats: Right Throws: Right Status: LS-1 Born: 10/26/1987 in O’Fallon, Mo. Resides: Wentzville, Mo. College: N/A Drafted: 2006, 43rd round (Cleveland Indians) Experience: fifth season (second with Jackals) Notes: Before signing with the Cleveland Indians, was set to go to college at Division II Central Missouri State... Was a football player in high school who decided his senior year he wanted to commit to playing baseball... Played for the Wentzville Holt High School Indians before being drafted by the Cleveland Indians... Grandfather, Tom Pontius, played briefly for the Green Bay Packers. 2010 w/ New Jersey: Appeared in a Jackals franchise record 42 games; the previous high was 41, set by Justin Garza (‘07) and Seth Overbey (‘09)... Recorded back-to-back wins in a pair of extra-inning victories over Brockton on July 26 and 27 at Yogi Berra Stadium, tossing 3.2 shutout frames w/ one hit... Walked four of five batters he faced on June 18 vs Quebec to raise his ERA from 0.93 to 4.50 in his 10th outing of the season. 2009 w/ Lake County Captains and Kinston Indians: Pitched just five games for the Advanced-A Kinston Indians and Rookie-level Arizona League Indians due to injury. 2008 w/ Lake County Captains and Kinston Indians: Posted the lowest batting average against (.144) of any South Atlantic League reliever. In 33 innings, allowed just 16 hits and struck out 39 batters with a 0.82 ERA. Had two stints with the Single-A Lake County Captains divided by one with the Advanced-A Kinston Indians. Began the season with the Captains by stringing together 21 1/3 shutout innings over nine relief appearances (April 3-May 4) all of them at least two innings long...twice stuck out five batters in a game in this span. Moved up to Kinston on 5/8/08. Returned to Lake County in mid-August. 2007 w/ GCL Indians and Lake County Captains: Made his professional debut after signing with Cleveland in August 2006 following the MLB draft. YR CLUB LG Class W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IB SO WP BK AVG AGAINST 07 Indians GULF R 0-0 .000 2.89 7 0 0 0 6 2 9.1 11 39 41 4 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 13 0 0 .282 Lake County SAL A 0-3 .000 5.84 13 0 0 0 3 0 24.2 22 95 110 22 16 3 0 2 1 12 1 27 2 0 .232 08 Lake County SAL A 1-1 .500 0.82 16 0 0 0 7 2 33.0 16 111 127 4 3 0 1 0 0 15 0 39 2 0 .144 Kinston CARO A 4-1 .800 6.26 25 0 0 0 4 0 41.2 42 161 207 34 29 4 2 2 3 39 0 42 7 0 .261 09 Kinston CARO A 1-0 1.000 2.45 2 0 0 0 0 0 3.2 3 13 19 1 1 0 1 0 0 5 0 4 2 0 .231 Indians ARIZ R 0-0 .000 6.00 3 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 3 12 15 2 2 1 0 0 0 3 0 4 1 0 .250 10 New Jersey CAN IND 3-3 .500 5.81 42 0 0 0 10 2 48.0 44 176 224 34 31 4 6 3 1 38 1 55 4 0 .238 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS 9 .529 108 0 30 163.1 607 101 13 7 113 184 0 8 4.68 0 0 6 141 743 85 11 5 2 18 .232

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JEFF GOGAL

LEFT-HANDED PITCHER

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Height: 6’2” Weight: 195 Opening Day Age: 28 Bats: Right Throws: Left Status: LS-4 Born: 6/10/1982 in Belleville, N.J. Resides: Loxley, Ala. College: Montclair State University Drafted: 2004, 12th round (Florida Marlins) Experience: seventh season (first with Jackals) Notes: Former Montclair State University hurler returns to Yogi Berra Stadium after spending six seasons in the Florida Marlins system... Was released by the Marlins in April 2011 following spring training... Has spent parts of four seasons at the Double-A level... Attended Kearny High School in Kearny, N.J., where he was an honorable mention selection for USA Today’s All-USA high school baseball team as a senior in 2000. 2010 w/ Jupiter Hammerheads, New Orleans Zephyrs, and Jacksonville Suns: Pitched at three levels in the Florida Marlins system, combining to go 2-1 with a 2.20 ERA in 37 games while allowing just 31 hits in 40 innings.... Began the season at Advanced-A Jupiter before being called up to New Orleans for his Triple-A debut... Finished the season at Double-A Jacksonville. w/ Florida Marlins Organization (2004-2010): Appeared in one major league spring training game with the Marlins in 2009 and turned in one scoreless inning.... Appeared in just four minor league contests in 2009... Was a Double-A Southern League Mid-Season All-Star in 2008 for the Carolina Mudcats, when he appeared in a career-high 47 games with a 2.93 ERA... In 2007 with the Jupiter Hammerheads, finished second among Advanced-A Florida State League relievers with a .174 opponent average while striking out over 11 batters per nine innings. College Career: Pitched at Division III Montclair State University, where he was a four-year member of the Red Hawks starting rotation... In his college career, went 27-6 with 10 complete games and five shutouts... Is Montclair State’s career leader in games started (45) and shutouts (5) while ranking third in strikeouts (292) and fourth in wins (27)... As a junior in 2003, was named a Third-Team ABCA Division III All-American and followed that success up by going 3-1 with a 0.66 ERA for the Falmouth Commodores in the Cape Cod League... As a freshman in 2001, helped lead the Red Hawks to an appearance in the Division III Baseball Championship after going 7-1 during the season and proceeded to fire a complete-game shutout in the World Series in a 1-0 blanking of Salisbury University. YR CLUB LG Class W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IB SO WP BK AVG AGAINST 04 Jamestown NYP A 1-4 .200 4.56 11 11 0 0 0 0 51.1 62 203 235 36 26 7 7 4 5 16 0 53 0 0 .305 05 Jupiter FSL A 2-4 .333 5.69 13 10 0 0 2 0 61.2 83 258 280 40 39 4 1 2 8 11 0 49 2 0 .322 Greensboro SAL A 2-1 .667 3.10 9 0 0 0 2 0 20.1 15 73 81 7 7 3 0 0 2 6 0 19 0 0 .205 07 Jupiter FSL A 4-3 .571 2.27 35 1 0 0 9 0 47.2 30 172 196 15 12 2 4 0 7 13 0 58 2 0 .174 Carolina SOU AA 0-0 .000 10.13 2 0 0 0 1 0 2.2 5 12 16 3 3 0 0 0 2 2 1 5 0 0 .417 08 Carolina SOU AA 6-2 .750 2.93 47 0 0 0 9 1 58.1 55 225 256 29 19 6 3 1 3 24 2 62 0 0 .244 09 Jacksnville SOU AA 0-0 .000 8.10 4 0 0 0 0 0 3.1 4 14 18 3 3 0 0 0 1 3 0 2 0 0 .286 10 Jupiter FSL A 1-0 1.000 1.46 22 0 0 0 8 1 24.2 19 95 103 4 4 0 0 7 0 26 1 0 .200 New Orleans PCL AAA 0-0 .000 0.00 3 0 0 0 1 0 3.2 2 11 13 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 .182 Jacksnville SOU AA 1-1 .000 4.26 12 0 0 0 3 0 12.2 9 44 49 6 6 1 1 2 0 10 0 0 .205 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS 17 .531 158 0 35 286.1 1107 143 23 7 86 286 0 15 3.74 22 0 2 284 1234 119 15 29 3 5 .257

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CHRIS VASAMI

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER

Height: 6’4” Weight: 245 Opening Day Age: 26 Bats: Right Throws: Right Status: Rookie Born: 3/7/1985 in Port Chester, N.Y. Resides: Mamaroneck, N.Y. College: Elon University Drafted: 2007, 39th round (Colorado Rockies) Experience: fifth season (second with Jackals) Notes: Was drafted as a catcher and infielder by the Colorado Rockies in 2007, but made the transition to the mound with the Newark Bears and New Jersey Jackals in 2010. 2010 w/ Newark Bears and New Jersey: Began the season with the independent Newark Bears in the Atlantic League, where he pitched for the first time in his career.... Signed with New Jersey on July 23 and earned his first professional win in his Jackals’ debut that day at Sussex when he allowed one run in 3 2/3 innings in relief of spot starter Lou Fernandez in an 8-4 New Jersey win... Made his first professional start on July 30 vs Pittsfield... Tossed seven shutout innings on August 4 in a 15-2 Jackals win vs Sussex... Fanned a season-high six batters on August 10 vs Quebec... Made six of his seven starts with New Jersey at Yogi Berra Stadium. w/ Colorado Rockies Organization (2007-2009): Spent his first three professional seasons in the Colorado Rockies system after being drafted by Colorado as a catcher and corner infielder... Batted .256 with four home runs over three seasons in the Rockies system. College Career: As a freshman in 2004, played at the University of Notre Dame before transferring to Elon University for his final three seasons... Was a two-way player all four years in college, appearing in 20 games on the mound while batting .309 with 24 home runs during his career.

YR CLUB LG Class W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IB SO WP BK AVG AGAINST 10 Newark ATL IND 0-0 .000 7.65 14 0 0 0 4 0 20.0 27 83 101 21 17 4 1 2 1 14 0 14 0 0 .325 New Jersey CAN IND 3-1 .750 4.63 8 7 0 0 0 0 44.2 47 175 199 24 23 5 1 1 3 19 0 26 1 0 .269 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS 3 .750 22 0 4 64.2 258 45 9 3 33 40 0 1 5.61 7 0 0 74 300 40 2 4 0 1 .287

CAREER BATTING RECORD YR Club LG CLASS POS AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI GW SH SF HB BB IB SO SB CS GDP SLUG OBP TPA 07 Casper PIO R 1B .259 24 81 7 21 33 4 1 2 17 0 0 2 2 4 0 20 1 1 8 .407 .303 89 08 Tri-City NWST A 1B-3B .252 34 119 15 30 43 5 1 2 16 0 2 1 4 7 0 27 0 3 4 .361 .313 133 09 Tri-City NWST A 1B-PH .333 2 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 .333 .500 4 10 Newark ATL IND .000 6 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 2 .000 .000 18 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS .235 221 52 9 4 0 3 11 54 4 .348 244 66 23 77 2 36 2 7 0 1 14 .289

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PHILIP BARTLESKI

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER

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Height: 6’7” Weight: 230 Opening Day Age: 28 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 4/22/1983 in Lynchburg, Va. Resides: Tampa, Fla. College: Oklahoma City University Drafted: not drafted Experience: fifth season (first with Jackals) Notes: Was acquired from the Grand Prairie AirHogs of the American Association on May 9 in exchange for future considerations... Signed with Grand Prairie on May 5... Was released by the New York Yankees on March 27 following minor league spring training... Wears a size 15 shoe... Attended Charlottesville Covenant School in Charlottesville, Va., for high school. 2010 w/ Tampa Yankees: Spent the entire season with the Advanced-A Tampa Yankees in the Florida State League, marking his third consecutive season spent primarily with Tampa... Tossed a career-high 69.1 innings w/ New York Yankees Organization (2007-2010): Spent the first four seasons of his career in the Yankees’ system after signing as a nondrafted free agent on May 23, 2007. College Career: Played three seasons at NAIA Oklahoma City University after spending his freshman season at Division I William and Mary... As a senior in 2007, went 10-1 with a 3.29 ERA and led the Stars with 15 starts after undergoing Tommy John Surgery... As a junior in 2006, went 2-0 with a 6.11 ERA in nine games (three starts)... As a sophomore in 2005, made four starts and went 2-2 with a 2.82 ERA before suffering a season-ending injury, helping lead the Stars to the NAIA National Championship... As a freshman and The College of William and Mary in 2004, went 4-2 with a 5.61 ERA in 21 games (five starts)... Graduated from OCU in 2007 with a degree in kinesiology.

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CLUB LG Class W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IB SO WP BK AVG AGAINST Staten Ilnd NYP A 1-1 .500 4.03 13 0 0 0 4 1 22.1 22 81 97 14 10 0 4 0 4 8 0 19 1 0 .272 Tampa FSL A 2-1 .667 1.64 29 0 0 0 8 1 55.0 34 190 220 10 10 2 1 2 1 26 3 60 1 0 .179 Yankees GULF R 0-0 .000 4.50 1 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 2 7 9 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 .286 Staten Ilnd NYP A 0-0 .000 0.00 2 0 0 0 1 0 4.0 1 13 14 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 0 0 .077 Tampa FSL A 4-1 .800 2.86 16 0 0 0 5 1 28.1 23 108 120 9 9 2 0 1 3 8 2 30 0 0 .213 Trenton EAST AA 0-1 .000 12.00 2 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 6 14 16 4 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 .429 10 Tampa FSL A 3-3 .500 4.54 37 0 0 0 15 3 69.1 82 277 305 41 35 8 3 17 0 57 4 0 .296 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS 10 .588 100 0 33 184.0 690 79 12 61 176 0 7 3.38 0 0 6 170 781 69 12 5 6 .246

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ARGENIS REYES

INFIELDER

Height: 5’10” Weight: 180 Opening Day Age: 28 Bats: Switch Throws: Right Status: Veteran Born: 9/25/1982 in Santiago, Dominican Republic Resides: Santiago, Dominican Republic College: N/A Drafted: signed as a nondrafted free agent Experience: ninth season (second with Jackals) Notes: First name is pronounced arr-HEY-niss... Enters his second stint with the Jackals after having his contract purchased by the Boston Red Sox on July 2, 2010... Originally signed as a nondrafted free agent by the Cleveland Indians in 2001... Played two seasons in the Dominican Summer League before making his minor league debut in 2003... Following the 2009 season, played for the Leones del Escogido of the Dominican Winter League, where he was teammates with former Jackals Abraham Nunez and Alex Fernandez. Former Jackal Timo Perez lead the league in batting (.356). 2010 w/ New Jersey, Pawtucket Red Sox, and Columbus Clippers: Began the season with the Jackals... Had his contract purchased by the Boston Red Sox on July 2...Played 14 games with Triple-A Pawtucket before being traded to the Cleveland Indians on August 5 along with catcher Juan Apodaca for future considerations... Finished the season at Triple-A Columbus, where he played 16 games at four different positions (7 at 3B, 6 at 2B, 1 at SS, 1 in LF)... Served as New Jersey’s starting second baseman and committed just two errors in 33 games (a .988 fielding percentage) while batting .480 as a leadoff hitter (12-for-25)... Went to spring training with the Los Angeles Dodgers but was released on March 31, 2010. Major League Highlights: Spent parts of 2008 and 2009 at the major league level with the New York Mets... Made his MLB debut on July 3, 2008 and batted .218 in 49 games that season... In 2009, went 2-for-17 in nine games during two stints (6/24 to 7/1 and 7/9 to 7/12) with both hits coming as a left-handed batter... Is errorless in 114 major league chances... Teamed with Mets’ shortstop Jose Reyes in 2008 to form the majors’ first double play combo to share the same surname since Eric and Michael Young for the Texas Rangers in 2006. Minor League Highlights: In 2009 with Triple-A Buffalo, hit .306 (56-for-183) in 51 home games to win the Jimmy Griffin Hometown Hero Award, honoring the player who performs the best in home games in front of Buffalo’s fans... In 2007, was fourth in the Double-A Eastern League with 27 stolen bases for the Akron Aeros... In 2006, finished fourth in the Advanced-A Carolina League in triples (6), fourth in runs (71), third in hits (137) and second in at-bats (516) for the Kinston Indians... With the Lake County Captains In 2005, was a Single-A South Atlantic League Mid-Season All-Star... Was a Short-A New York-Penn League Post Season All-Star in 2004 after ranking fourth in stolen bases (27), fifth in SO/TPA (1/9.64), fifth in average (.312) and first in runs (53), hits (101), games (73) and at-bats (324). YR 03 04 05

Club LG CLASS POS AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI GW SH SF HB BB IB SO SB CS GDP SLUG OBP TPA Burlington APPY R 2B .278 39 151 26 42 44 2 0 0 9 0 1 1 3 7 1 23 14 1 3 .291 .321 163 Mahoning Vy NYP A OF-2B .312 73 324 53 101 112 11 0 0 20 0 0 3 5 15 2 36 27 9 4 .346 .349 347 Lake County SAL A 3B-2B .322 71 317 51 102 132 14 5 2 36 0 3 2 1 16 1 36 16 6 4 .416 .354 339 Kinston CARO A 2B .257 52 202 23 52 61 4 1 1 13 0 5 1 1 8 0 38 8 3 7 .302 .288 217 06 Kinston CARO A 2B-3B .266 130 516 71 137 171 16 6 2 58 0 10 8 4 48 2 73 24 6 14 .331 .328 586 07 Akron EAST AA 2B .278 125 467 65 130 168 21 4 3 32 0 11 1 1 23 0 56 27 8 14 .360 .313 503 08 New Orleans PCL AAA 2B .283 81 311 41 88 101 11 1 0 22 0 7 3 1 31 1 47 13 6 2 .325 .347 353 New York NL MAJ 2B-PH .218 49 110 13 24 27 0 0 1 3 0 5 0 2 4 0 20 2 0 2 .245 .259 121 09 Buffalo INT AAA 2B-SS .282 101 379 43 107 143 19 4 3 31 0 5 1 2 29 3 46 10 3 9 .377 .336 416 New York NL MAJ PH-2B .118 9 17 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 .118 .167 18 10 New Jersey CAN IND 2B-SS .279 33 129 22 36 50 6 1 2 15 0 2 1 1 12 0 12 5 1 6 .388 .343 145 Pawtucket INT AAA 2B-3B .256 14 43 3 11 12 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 5 0 6 1 1 0 .279 .333 50 Columbus INT AAA 3B-2B .340 16 53 5 18 20 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 5 0 0 1 .377 .364 55 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MAJOR LEAGUE TOTALS .205 127 26 0 1 0 0 5 24 0 .228 139 58 13 29 0 3 5 2 0 3 2 .246 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS .285 2893 824 107 13 0 19 195 378 44 .350 3313 735 403 1014 22 241 46 20 10 145 64 .332

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CHRIS WHITE

OUTFIELDER

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Height: 5’11” Weight: 195 Opening Day Age: 23 Bats: Switch Throws: Right Status: LS-3 Born: 11/12/1987 in Lompoc, Calif. Resides: Lompoc, Calif. College: Sacramento City College Drafted: 2007, 12th round (Detroit Tigers) Experience: fifth season (first with Jackals) Notes: During his first four professional seasons, played at least 45 games at each outfield position and committed just 12 errors in 318 career games. 2010 w/ Lakeland Flying Tigers, Erie SeaWolves, and Toledo Mud Hens: Played at three levels within the Detroit Tigers system... Combined to bat .220 with five home runs, 23 RBIs, and 14 steals in 19 attempts over 92 games. w/ Detroit Tigers Organization (2007-2010): Played one game at second base for the Oneonta Tigers in 2007, marking the only time he has played a position other than outfield in his career. College Career: Played two seasons of junior college baseball at Sacramento City College... As a sophomore in 2007, hit .369 with three home runs, 45 RBIs, and 30 steals in 34 attempts over 48 games.

YR Club LG CLASS POS AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI GW SH SF HB BB IB SO SB CS GDP SLUG OBP TPA 07 Oneonta NYP A OF .197 17 61 12 12 17 3 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 6 0 10 6 1 0 .279 .269 67 Tigers GULF R OF .279 50 183 25 51 73 9 2 3 22 0 2 0 2 20 0 36 15 4 1 .399 .356 207 08 Oneonta NYP A OF .230 31 100 12 23 29 2 2 0 11 0 1 0 0 12 0 17 6 1 0 .290 .313 113 W Michigan MID A OF .284 23 74 11 21 35 8 0 2 5 0 0 0 0 5 0 13 5 0 0 .473 .329 79 09 Lakeland FSL A OF .235 90 319 36 75 107 12 4 4 34 0 3 0 3 28 0 69 14 6 3 .335 .303 353 Erie EAST AA OF .189 15 37 6 7 16 3 0 2 5 0 1 2 0 1 0 11 0 0 1 .432 .200 41 10 Lakeland FSL A OF .187 42 134 15 25 39 2 3 2 11 0 0 1 3 9 0 29 4 2 3 .291 .252 147 Erie EAST AA OF .211 27 71 7 15 25 4 0 2 7 0 0 0 1 6 1 18 4 3 0 .352 .282 78 Toledo INT AAA OF .284 23 81 9 23 31 5 0 1 5 0 3 0 0 3 0 17 6 0 1 .383 .310 87 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS .238 1060 252 48 16 0 3 90 220 17 .351 1172 318 133 372 12 104 10 9 1 60 9 .302

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MIKE DEJESUS

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INFIELDER

Height: 5’10” Weight: 185 Opening Day Age: 27 Bats: Left Throws: Right Status: LS-4 Born: 7/16/1983 in Staten Island, N.Y. Resides: Manalapan, N.J. College: Coastal Carolina University Drafted: 2005, 15th round (Cincinnati Reds) Experience: seventh season (third with Jackals) Notes: Last name is pronounced de-HEY-zeus… Is the younger brother of major league outfielder David DeJesus, who was traded from the Kansas City Royals to the Oakland Athletics in November 2010 in exchange for fellow New Jersey native Vin Mazzaro and a minor leaguer… Was a four-year baseball letterman at New Jersey’s Manalapan High School, where he set the school record for batting average as a sophomore when he hit .522… Father, Heryk, was born in Puerto Rico… Was primarily a second baseman before signing with New Jersey prior to the 2009 season. 2010 w/ New Jersey: Laced a career-high 17 doubles… Missed 12 games with a groin injury that forced him to leave New Jersey’s game at Worcester on July 21, but returned to the lineup on August 4 and batted .347 over the season’s final 31 games… .958 fielding percentage (15 errors in 78 games) ranked second among Can-Am League shortstops (Pittsfield’s Matt Nandin led the league with a .960 fielding percentage)... Ranked ninth in the league with a .381 on-base percentage... In the postseason, led the Jackals with a .385 batting average (5-for-13). 2009 w/ New Jersey: Was fifth in the Can-Am League in walks (46) and RBIs (66)… Batted a career-high .297… Started 91 games at shortstop and committed 21 errors… Entering the season, had only played six career games at the position… Hit two of his five season home runs in one contest on June 22 at Quebec, his first game batting third. 2008 w/ Sarasota Reds and Chattanooga Lookouts: Played four April games with Double-A Chattanooga, spending most of the early season with Advanced-A Sarasota before being promoted to Chattanooga on June 5 for the remainder of the season. 2007 w/ Sarasota Reds: finished fourth in the Advanced-A Florida State League with 78 walks and was the second-toughest batter in the league to strike out (once every 9.77 at-bats)… Led all Reds farmhands in walks and was seven shy of the Florida State League lead. 2006 w/ Dayton Dragons: Set a career high with 11 stolen bases for Single-A Dayton. 2005 w/ Billings Mustangs: Ranked fourth in the Rookie-Level Pioneer League with 40 walks… Led all Pioneer League second basemen with a .978 fielding percentage. College Career: Began his college career at East Carolina University before playing his final two seasons at Coastal Carolina University... As a senior at Coastal in 2005, was named a Big South Conference All-Star at second base after batting .346 with nine home runs and 72 RBIs in 66 games. YR 05 06 07 08

Club LG CLASS POS AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI GW SH SF HB BB IB SO SB CS GDP SLUG OBP TPA Billings PIO R 2B .234 53 154 25 36 47 8 0 1 20 0 3 0 1 40 1 40 10 2 1 .305 .395 198 Dayton MID A 2B-DH .246 112 394 52 97 120 12 1 3 42 0 6 4 1 59 2 60 11 4 9 .305 .343 467 Sarasota FSL A 2B .261 113 417 76 109 137 12 2 4 29 0 8 2 3 78 0 52 4 6 7 .329 .380 508 Sarasota FSL A 2B-DH .246 42 167 20 41 53 5 2 1 17 0 1 3 0 19 0 35 2 2 5 .317 .317 190 Chattanooga SOU AA PH-2B .270 67 178 32 48 63 9 0 2 16 0 1 2 2 32 1 30 2 1 2 .354 .383 216 09 New Jersey CAN IND SS .297 92 347 51 103 138 14 3 5 66 0 3 5 2 46 0 42 3 2 11 .398 .378 403 10 New Jersey CAN IND SS .293 79 283 35 83 106 17 0 2 32 0 4 6 2 42 0 43 3 4 9 .374 .381 337 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS .266 1940 517 77 18 0 22 316 302 21 .342 1982 558 291 664 8 222 26 11 4 35 44 .368

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CHRIS ANDERSON

CATCHER

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Height: 6’0” Weight: 215 Opening Day Age: 25 Bats: Right Throws: Right Status: LS-2 Born: 10/27/1985 in San Diego, Calif. Resides: Spring Valley, Calif. College: San Diego State University Drafted: not drafted Experience: fifth season (first with Jackals) Notes: Signed as a nondrafted free agent by the Atlanta Braves on June 12, 2007. 2010 w/ Mississippi Braves, Myrtle Beach Pelicans, and Rome Braves: Began the season at Double-A Mississippi. College Career: Played two seasons at San Diego State University under head coach and baseball hall of famer Tony Gwynn... As a sophomore in 2006, started 15 games and batted .283 with one home run and nine RBIs... As a freshman in 2005, played in 14 games (four starts)... Graduated from San Diego State in 2009 with a degree in public administration.

YR Club LG CLASS POS AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI GW SH SF HB BB IB SO SB CS GDP SLUG OBP TPA 07 Danville APPY R C .286 22 49 10 14 23 3 0 2 7 0 1 1 0 14 0 17 0 1 1 .469 .438 65 08 Rome SAL A C .221 27 77 5 17 23 6 0 0 6 0 1 0 0 11 1 36 0 0 1 .299 .318 89 Myrtle Bch CARO A C .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 3 Danville APPY R C .100 5 10 1 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 0 0 0 .200 .308 13 09 Danville APPY R C .000 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .000 .000 3 Rome SAL A DH .063 7 16 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 12 0 0 0 .063 .211 19 Myrtle Bch CARO A C .143 4 14 2 2 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 9 0 0 0 .357 .250 16 Mississippi SOU AA C .143 3 7 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 .286 .250 8 10 Mississippi SOU R C .286 7 21 1 6 6 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 0 8 0 1 0 .286 .423 26 Myrtle Bch CARO A C .154 4 13 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 6 0 0 0 .154 .353 17 Rome SAL A C .143 9 21 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 12 1 0 0 .143 .217 24 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS .201 234 47 11 3 0 1 44 109 2 .286 283 91 27 67 0 19 3 1 1 1 2 .329

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LEONARD DAVIS

UTILITY

Height: 5’9” Weight: 215 Opening Day Age: 27 Bats: Left Throws: Right Status: Veteran Born: 12/24/1983 in Los Banos, Calif. Resides: Hanford, Calif. College: Fresno City College Drafted: 2004, eighth round (Montreal Expos) Experience: eighth season (first with Jackals) Notes: Spent his first seven seasons in the Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos organization after being drafted by the Expos in 2004 (the Expos moved to Washington D.C. for the 2005 season)... Signed with the Toronto Blue Jays in February 2011 but was released following spring training... Entering 2011, has played 417 career games in the outfield, 346 career games at third base (.904 fielding percentage), and 78 career games at second base... Enters 2011 one home run shy of 100 for his career. 2010 w/ Harrisburg Senators and Syracuse Chiefs: Began the season at Double-A Harrisburg, but earned a promotion to Triple-A Syracuse in May... In 129 games total, hit .253 with 20 home runs and 51 RBIs. w/ Washington Nationals Organization: Was a Double-A Eastern League Mid-Season All-Star with the Harrisburg Senators in 2009... Was a Single-A South Atlantic League Mid-Season AllStar with the Hagerstown Suns... Was a Single-A Short Season New York-Penn League All-Star in 2005 with the Vermont Expos after finishing second in the league with eight triples. College Career: Played at Fresno City College, a junior college in California... Enrolled at Fresno as a football players after two of his brothers played there, but switched to baseball after his first year.

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Club LG CLASS POS AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI GW SH SF HB BB IB SO SB CS GDP SLUG OBP TPA Expos GULF R 3B .182 42 143 18 26 43 6 1 3 14 0 0 0 4 19 1 58 2 3 3 .301 .295 166 Vermont NYP A 3B .300 67 237 34 71 116 8 8 7 35 0 1 1 6 12 0 64 8 4 9 .489 .348 257 Savannah SAL A 3B .225 83 289 32 65 109 12 4 8 38 0 2 5 5 21 0 87 4 5 7 .377 .284 322 Hagerstown SAL A 3B-2B .290 96 348 47 101 186 29 4 16 56 0 4 3 5 25 1 86 7 6 4 .534 .344 385 Potomac CARO A 3B .262 23 84 8 22 38 4 0 4 10 0 1 1 0 1 0 22 0 2 1 .452 .267 87 08 Potomac CARO A 3B .332 63 217 47 72 132 14 2 14 37 0 4 0 3 23 1 47 7 5 4 .608 .403 247 Harrisburg EAST AA 3B .488 10 41 8 20 33 1 0 4 10 0 1 0 0 6 2 5 2 0 0 .805 .553 48 Columbus INT AAA OF-2B .239 49 180 21 43 83 13 3 7 29 0 2 1 2 5 1 48 1 1 4 .461 .266 190 09 Harrisburg EAST AA OF-2B .281 112 392 47 110 181 19 5 14 51 0 5 1 4 32 3 95 14 2 13 .462 .340 434 Syracuse INT AAA OF .208 14 48 4 10 19 1 1 2 4 0 1 0 0 4 0 13 0 0 1 .396 .269 53 10 Harrisburg EAST AA OF-3B .252 33 115 17 29 55 5 3 5 18 0 0 4 0 27 3 0 1 .478 .275 123 Syracuse INT AAA OF-2B .254 96 327 44 83 147 13 3 15 33 0 5 26 2 85 7 3 9 .450 .318 361 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS .269 1421 652 125 99 0 12 178 637 31 .472 2673 688

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JEREMY SLAYDEN

OUTFIELDER

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Height: 6’0” Weight: 185 Opening Day Age: 28 Bats: Left Throws: Right Status: LS-3 Born: 7/28/1982 in Paducah, Ky. Resides: Murfreesboro, Tenn. College: Georgia Tech Drafted: 2005, eighth round (Philadelphia Phillies) Experience: sixth season (first with Jackals) Notes: Began 2011 with the Double-A Reading Phillies... Did not play in 2010 after retiring halfway through the 2009 season... Was previously drafted twice before signing with the Phillies following the 2005 draft... Was selected by the San Diego Padres in the 20th round of the 2001 draft out of high school... Was selected by the Oakland Athletics in the 18th round of the 2004 draft... Was named the 2001 Gatorade Player of the Year in Tennessee as a senior in high school... Finished his high school career with 37 home runs, second all-time in the state of Tennessee behind only Todd Helton (38)... Won back-to-back state titles at Oakland High School in Murfreesboro, Tenn., in 1999 and 2000... Father Gary played baseball at Murray State... Earned his degree in management from Georgia Tech in 2009. 2011 w/ Reading Phillies: Was released by the Phillies organization on May 2 after going 3-for-6 with two RBIs in two games in April for Double-A Reading. w/ Philadelphia Phillies Organization (2005-2010): Spent his first five-plus seasons in the Phillies organization... In 2006 with the Lakewood BlueClaws, led the Single-A South Atlantic League with 44 doubles while finishing third with a .310 batting average and 57 extra-base hits and helping the BlueClaws win the SAL Championship... In 2008 with the Reading Phillies, ranked third in the Double-A Eastern League with 52 extra-base hits and ranked fourth with 33 doubles... Began the 2009 season at Triple-A Lehigh Valley but was sent down to Double-A Reading on June 10 and eventually retired in mid-August. College Career: Started in the outfield at Georgia Tech each season prior to being drafted by the Phillies in 2005 following his redshirt junior campaign... In 2002, clubbed a Georgia Tech freshman-record 18 home runs en route to being named a freshman All-American by Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball... In 2004 as a junior, played just nine games before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury, which granted him a medical redshirt... In 2005 as a redshirt junior, was a second-team All-ACC selection after batting .352 with 13 home runs... Played for the Falmouth Commodores in the Cape Cod League during the summers following his freshman and sophomore seasons in 2002 and 2003. YR 05 06 07 08 09

Club LG CLASS POS AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI GW SH SF HB BB IB SO SB CS GDP SLUG OBP TPA Batavia NYP A OF .268 54 194 35 52 90 11 0 9 36 0 1 1 5 28 0 45 1 0 4 .464 .373 229 Lakewood SAL A OF-DH .310 107 400 65 124 204 44 3 10 81 0 0 5 8 41 7 89 5 0 14 .510 .381 454 Clearwater FSL A OF-DH .287 118 432 71 124 198 24 4 14 73 0 0 4 4 60 3 96 7 1 8 .458 .376 500 Reading EAST AA OF .298 131 483 72 144 232 33 2 17 81 0 0 4 10 54 2 105 2 6 21 .480 .377 552 Lehigh Vly INT AAA OF .229 38 118 11 27 47 8 0 4 12 0 1 0 1 10 0 29 0 0 1 .398 .295 130 Reading EAST AA DH-OF .281 46 139 23 39 73 7 0 9 30 0 0 3 2 20 0 33 0 1 4 .525 .372 164 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS .289 1766 510 127 63 0 17 213 397 8 .478 2029 494 277 844 9 313 2 30 12 15 52 .372

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MIKE JONES

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Height: 6’3” Weight: 280 Opening Day Age: 25 Bats: Left Throws: Right Status: LS-5 Born: 6/14/1985 in Moreno Valley, Calif. Resides: Moreno Valley, Calif. College: Arizona Western College Drafted: 2004, 25th round (Boston Red Sox) Experience: seventh season (first with Jackals) Notes: Was in spring training with the Jackals in 2010 but had his contract sold to the Atlanta Braves on May 20 just prior to the start of the Can-Am League season... Re-signed with the Jackals on April 11, 2011... Was drafted as an outfielder, but entering 2011 has played just seven games in the outfield (all in his first professional season in 2005 for the Gulf Coast League Red Sox)... Name is Michael L. Jones. 2010 w/ Myrtle Beach Pelicans: Spent the entire season with Myrtle Beach after the Atlanta Braves purchased his contract from the Jackals on May 20... In his second consecutive season in the Advanced-A Carolina League, put up almost identical offensive numbers to his 2009 outputs... Committed just seven errors in 86 games at first base (a .991 fielding percentage)... w/ Boston Red Sox Organization (2005-2009): In 2009, finished ninth in the Carolina League with a .283 batting average while playing for the Advanced-A Salem Red Sox... Was named to South Atlantic League All-Star team in 2008 as a member of the Single-A Greenville Drive... Named Red Sox Minor League Offensive Player of the Month for August 2006 (.310, 23 RBIs for the GCL Red Sox and Single-A Short-Season Lowell Spinners). College Career: Played college baseball at Arizona Western College, a junior college in Yuma, Ariz.

YR Club LG CLASS POS AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI GW SH SF HB BB IB SO SB CS GDP SLUG OBP TPA 05 Red Sox GULF R 1B .306 31 108 13 33 48 9 0 2 15 0 0 0 4 10 0 18 0 1 6 .444 .385 122 06 Red Sox GULF R 1B .311 34 122 24 38 74 9 0 9 28 0 0 1 4 9 0 25 0 0 6 .607 .375 137 Lowell NYP A 1B .255 11 47 8 12 19 2 1 1 13 0 0 1 1 1 0 9 0 0 1 .404 .280 50 07 Lowell NYP A 1B .340 45 162 25 55 70 7 1 2 16 0 0 0 1 26 3 31 1 0 1 .432 .434 189 Greenville SAL A 1B-DH .276 22 76 7 21 29 4 2 0 10 0 0 2 0 12 0 17 0 0 2 .382 .367 90 08 Greenville SAL A 1B-DH .317 86 331 49 105 150 22 1 7 52 0 0 4 1 35 2 68 2 0 8 .453 .380 371 Lancaster CAL A 1B .275 44 178 23 49 79 10 1 6 28 0 0 0 3 15 1 33 0 0 5 .444 .342 196 09 Salem CARO A 1B-DH .283 108 396 55 112 158 26 1 6 59 0 0 3 5 40 2 58 3 0 6 .399 .354 444 10 Myrtle Bch CARO A 1B-DH .282 97 372 40 105 140 20 0 5 47 0 0 4 2 34 1 80 1 2 3 .376 .342 412 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS .296 1792 530 109 38 0 15 182 339 3 .428 2010 478 244 767 7 268 0 21 9 7 38 .365

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Height: 6’4” Weight: 210 Opening Day Age: 23 Bats: Right Throws: Right Status: LS-3 Born: 5/29/1988 in Westlake, Calif. Resides: Calabasas, Calif. College: N/A Drafted: 2006, 12th round (New York Mets) Experience: sixth season (first with Jackals) Notes: Name is pronounced gee-ah-ruh-PEW-tow... Was drafted out of High School by the New York Mets in 2006... Was acquired by New Jersey in the Can-Am League dispersal draft in January 2011 following the announcement that the Sussex Skyhawks would not operate in 2011... Attended Simi Valley High School, the same high school that produced major league pitchers Jeff and Jered Weaver and three former major leaguers (catcher Tim Laker, pitcher Scott Radinsky and outfielder Bob Skube).,. Considered enrolling at Cypress College in Orange County, Calif. before his selection in the draft. 2010 w/ Sussex Skyhawks: Signed with Sussex on June 8... Led all Can-Am League third basemen with 16 double plays turned and committed just 11 errors in 79 games... Ranked fourth in the circuit with 75 strikeouts... Connected on a career-high seven home runs after hitting just three during his first four professional seasons. w/ New York Mets Organization (2006-2010): Led the Rookie-Level Appalachian League with 24 doubles at age 19 for the Kingsport Mets in 2007... Did not hit his first professional home run until his 188th career game during his fourth season in the minor leagues in 2009 with the Brooklyn Cyclones.

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Club LG CLASS POS AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI GW SH SF HB BB IB SO SB CS GDP SLUG OBP TPA Mets GULF R 3B .215 47 181 16 39 46 7 0 0 11 0 1 1 1 13 0 40 1 1 4 .254 .270 197 Kingsport APPY R 3B-1B .274 66 263 27 72 96 24 0 0 34 0 2 2 1 9 0 44 2 3 4 .365 .298 277 Brooklyn NYP A 1B .167 3 6 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .167 .167 6 Savannah SAL A 3B .242 56 198 21 48 60 12 0 0 23 0 1 1 3 14 1 48 2 0 5 .303 .301 217 09 Brooklyn NYP A 3B .203 34 123 16 25 36 6 1 1 13 0 2 3 5 4 0 20 1 0 5 .293 .252 137 Savannah SAL A 1B-3B .397 20 78 7 31 39 2 0 2 13 0 0 1 0 3 0 15 0 1 2 .500 .415 82 10 Sussex CAN IND 3B .243 79 280 31 68 103 12 1 7 41 0 2 4 2 27 0 75 5 2 7 .368 .310 315 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS .252 1129 284 63 10 0 12 70 244 7 .337 1231 305 118 381 2 135 8 12 1 11 27 .299

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Height: 6’3” Weight: 220 Opening Day Age: 29 Bats: Switch Throws: Right Status: Veteran Born: 5/2/1982 in Panama City, Fla. Resides: Riverview, Fla. College: University of South Florida Drafted: 2004, eighth round (Oakland A’s) Experience: eighth season (first with Jackals) Notes: Returns to the Jackals, where he was a Can-Am League All-Star in 2009, after spending the entire 2010 season and the beginning of the 2011 season in the New York Yankees’ organization... Was released by the Yankees on April 29, 2011... Had his contract purchased by the Yankees from the New Jersey Jackals in March 2010... Was drafted by the Texas rangers out of high school (14th round, 2000) and by the Philadelphia Phillies following his junior season at the University of South Florida (11th round, 2003) before signing with the Oakland A’s following the 2004 draft (eighth round)... Has made three career pitching appearances, allowing one run in 3.1 innings... Entering 2011, has been successful in 17 of his past 18 stolen base attempts. 2011 w/ Trenton Thunder: Returned to the Double-A level for the first time since 2008 and went 3-for-9 with three singles in three games for Trenton... Was released by the Yankees on April 29. 2010 w/ Tampa Yankees: Spent the entire season with the Advanced-A Tampa Yankees in the Florida State League... Attempted to move to catcher for the first time in his professional career, playing 16 of 80 games behind the plate. 2009 w/ New Jersey Jackals: Was a Can-Am League postseason All-Star selection at first base after ranking fourth in the league with 18 home runs and second in the league with 64 walks, 71 runs, 75 RBIs, and a .410 on-base percentage... Led the Can-Am League with eight intentional walks... Played 51 games at first base, 26 in right field, 16 at third base, and four as designated hitter... Against lefties, homered once every 8.4 at-bats (five home runs in 42 at-bats)... Hit 61 points higher at home (.303) than on road (.242)... Was the June Can-Am League Batter of the Month after batting .367 with six home runs and 30 RBIs... Home run on July 20 broke season-long 20-game, 76 at-bat homerless streak... Hit two home runs in home opener on 6/1 vs Quebec. Career Highlights: Has finished among top five in league walks four times in first seven professional seasons... In 2006, finished second in the California League with 100 RBIs for Advanced-A Stockton Ports. College Career: Played four seasons at the University of South Florida... Was a Freshman All-American at third base in 2001. YR Club LG CLASS POS AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI GW SH SF HB BB IB SO SB CS GDP SLUG OBP TPA 04 Vancouver NWST A 3B .245 73 273 41 67 86 12 2 1 28 0 2 5 0 41 0 34 1 1 9 .315 .339 321 05 Kane County MID A 3B-DH .275 131 472 77 130 211 32 2 15 68 0 0 5 2 78 4 89 2 1 15 .447 .377 557 06 Stockton CAL A 3B-OF .273 136 513 81 140 216 25 0 17 100 0 0 5 6 71 1 98 6 3 19 .421 .365 595 07 Midland TEX AA OF-DH .288 108 386 53 111 156 28 1 5 47 0 1 3 0 64 1 75 1 1 14 .404 .386 454 08 Midland TEX AA 3B-OF .248 108 367 47 91 139 18 0 10 43 0 0 1 3 51 0 94 2 3 10 .379 .344 422 09 New Jersey CAN IND 1B-OF .272 92 316 71 86 156 10 3 18 75 0 0 3 12 64 8 65 8 1 4 .494 .410 395 10 Tampa FSL A 1B-C .269 80 260 40 68 102 14 1 6 39 0 0 3 2 30 0 53 8 0 10 .392 .339 295 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS .268 2587 693 139 72 0 25 399 508 10 .412 2754 728 410 1066 9 400 3 25 14 28 81 .367

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Height: 6’2” Weight: 230 Opening Day Age: 27 Bats: Left Throws: Left Status: LS-2 Born: 1/9/1984 in Marana, Ariz. Resides: Cambridge, Ohio College: University of Hawaii Drafted: not drafted Experience: fifth season (first with Jackals) Notes: Was acquired by New Jersey from the St. Paul Saints (American Association) in exchange for cash on 12/13/10. Sanchez had been traded from the Sussex Skyhawks to St. Paul on 11/4/10 along with OF Kraig Binick in exchange for cash... Has hit double-digit home runs in three of his first four professional seasons, averaging one home run every 21.7 at-bats in his career… Signed with the Seattle Mariners as a non-drafted free agent on May 29, 2007... Graduated from Canyon Del Oro High School in Arizona in June 2002... Was a two-time Arizona first team All-State and All-Region selection. 2010 w/ Sussex Skyhawks: Finished second in Can-Am League extra-base hits (41), one behind teammate Caleb Stewart… Finished first in Can-Am League intentional walks (5), tied for second in home runs (19), third in RBIs (74), fourth in total bases (179), and third in strikeouts (85)… Started all 91 games for Sussex at first base, committing nine errors. w/ Seattle Mariners Organization (2007-09): Was a Single-A Midwest League mid-season All-Star in 2009 with the Clinton LumberKings... Finished fifth in the rookie-level Appalachian League with 11 home runs for the Pulaski Mariners in 2008 while raising his batting average 109 points to .336 after batting .227 at Short-A Everett in 2007. College Career: Redshirted his freshman season at the University of Arizona in 2003... Attended Central Arizona College in 2004 and 2005... Attended the University of Hawaii in 2005 and 2006, where he hit .362 with 10 home runs and 66 RBIs in 58 games as a senior. YR Club LG CLASS POS AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI GW SH SF HB BB IB SO SB CS GDP SLUG OBP TPA 07 Everett NWST A 1B .227 48 150 22 34 45 8 0 1 16 0 0 1 3 18 0 51 0 1 2 .300 .320 172 08 Pulaski APPY R 1B .336 45 134 26 45 90 12 0 11 36 0 0 0 1 19 1 33 1 0 4 .672 .422 154 09 Clinton MID A DH-1B .291 72 254 34 74 126 20 1 10 41 0 0 4 4 40 3 69 0 0 5 .496 .391 302 10 Sussex CAN IND 1B .281 91 352 47 99 179 21 1 19 74 0 1 1 3 39 5 85 0 0 8 .509 .362 396 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS .283 890 252 61 41 0 6 116 238 1 .494 628 256 129 440 2 167 1 11 9 1 19 .370

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DAN BETTERIDGE

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Height: 6’4” Weight: 210 Opening Day Age: 24 Bats: Right Throws: Right Status: Rookie Born: 12/28/1987 in Sewell, N.J. Resides: Turnersville, N.J. College: Rutgers University Drafted: not drafted Experience: second season (second with Jackals) 2010 w/ New Jersey: Signed his first professional contract with New Jersey on July 2... First career hit was a leadoff single in the second inning against former Jackal Dave Qualben in a 17-4 loss at Pittsfield on July 4... Pitched the ninth inning in a 12-4 loss vs Sussex on July 13 and allowed two runs; Betteridge had never pitched in a game at Rutgers... One-out single in the top of the eighth inning on July 22 at Sussex broke up Mike Vicaro’s no-hit bid; Betteridge came around to score the game’s first run in a 2-0 New Jersey win... Started 12 straight games at shortstop filling in for the injured Mike DeJesus (groin) from July 22 through August 3. During that span, went 10-for-42 (.238) with five RBIs and did not commit an error. College Career: Was a three-year starter at shortstop at Rutgers University... In 56 games as a senior, batted. 255 with three home runs and 24 RBIs... As a freshman in 2007, started one game while backing up shortstop Todd Frazier, the 34th overall selection in the ‘07 draft by the Cincinnati Reds who hit .377 with 22 home runs that season for Rutgers. Personal: At Washington Township High School in Sewell, NJ, served as the starting point guard all four years on the varsity basketball team. Averaged 17 points per game for his career and became the first player in school history to score at least 1,000 points with at least 400 assists.

YR Club LG CLASS POS AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI GW SH SF HB BB IB SO SB CS GDP SLUG OBP TPA 10 New Jersey CAN IND INF .206 25 68 8 14 16 2 0 0 6 0 3 1 0 5 0 16 1 1 0 .235 .257 77 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS .206 68 519 2 0 0 1 5 16 1 .235 77 25 8 16 0 6 3 0 0 1 0 .257

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2010 SEASON IN REVIEW 2010 JACKALS LEADERS Hits................................. Kevin Clark (101) Average.................. Abraham Nunez (.307) Doubles........................ Mike DeJesus (17) Triples............................ Adam Godwin (5) Home Runs.................. Jabe Bergeron (19) RBIs.............................. Jabe Bergeron (63) Runs.................................. Kevin Clark (62) Walks........................ Abraham Nunez (68) Strikeouts....................... Jacob Butler (73) Stolen Bases..................... Kevin Clark (27) Wins................ I. Pavlik & E. Rodriguez (7) Losses.............. N. Asselin & E. Estanga (7) Saves...............................Romas Hicks (18) Appearances.................. Mike Pontius (42) ERA.....................Edward Rodriguez (3.26) Innings.......... R. Lobban & I. Pavlik (103.2) Walks............................. Mike Pontius (38) Strikeouts.........................Isaac Pavlik (78)

JACKALS 2010 FACTS AND FIGURES •

The Jackals (42-50) waited until the final day of the regular season (Monday, September 6) to clinch the fourth and final Can-Am League playoff spot with a 9-3 win in Quebec City, taking three of four from the Capitales to conclude the season. The Jackals remained in Quebec to open up the playoffs, but were swept by the Capitales in three games.

Jackals skipper Joe Calfapietra earned his 500th career managerial victory in dramatic fashion on August 27 at Yogi Berra Stadium when New Jersey defeated Quebec 1-0 on a Carlos Sosa walk-off double in the bottom of the ninth, which preserved Isaac Pavlik’s second complete-game shutout of the season.

In 92 games, the Jackals utilized 43 players (nine more than their total from 2009). Eight different players combined to spend a total of 200 games on the disabled or inactive lists due to injury. That list doesn’t include Matt Stiffler (hamstring) and Dean Forthun (broken ankle), who were released after their respective injuries. Shawn Riggans, who was deactivated due to injury three times over the course of the season, served a pair of stints on the DL and was placed on the IL on July 28 Abraham Nunez (left), Argenis Reyes (right) and with a re-aggrivated oblique strain. Shawn Riggans (not pictured) brought a com-

On Saturday, June 19 against Quebec at Yogi New Jersey for the 2010 season. Berra Stadium, the Jackals tied a Can-Am League single-game record when they turned 2010 JACKALS BY THE NUMBERS five double plays. New Jersey recorded nine Overall Record......................................42-50 twin-killings in the three-game set.

Mike Pontius appeared in a Jackals franchise record 42 games during the 2010 season. The previous high was 41, set by Justin Garza in 2007 and Seth Overbey in 2009.

Jabe Bergeron Finished 2010 tied for second in the Can-Am League with 19 home runs after being released by the Brockton Rox during spring training (Brockton’s Melvin Falu led the league with 20). Bergeron also eclipsed his previous career high of 13 blasts, set in 2008 with the Ottawa Rapidz. Bergeron’s .552 slugging percentage topped the league.

2nd Half................................................23-23 1st Half.................................................19-27 At Home...............................................23-23 On the Road.........................................19-27 Day.........................................................7-12 Night.....................................................35-38 vs. LH starters.........................................6-13 vs. RH starters.......................................36-37 Extra Innings.............................................5-4 One-Run Contests.................................17-12 May..........................................................1-4 June......................................................13-14 July.......................................................11-15 August..................................................14-15 September................................................3-2

Abraham Nunez led the league with 68 walks – 20 more than anybody else in the association. Nunez, who struck out just 35 times in 85 games, ranked second in the league in onbase percentage (.428)

vs. Brockton............................................10-7 vs. Pittsfield............................................6-14 vs. Quebec................................................9-8 vs. Sussex..............................................12-10 vs. Worcester..........................................5-11

2010 CAN-AM LEAGUE POSTSEASON ALL-STARS C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF DH LHP RHP RP

Chris Grossman, Brockton Rox Melvin Falu, Brockton Rox Danny Bomback, Pittsfield Colonials Mark Minicozzi, Worcester Tornadoes Matt Nandin, Pittsfield Colonials Daniel Carte, Pittsfield Colonials Carl Loadenthal, Sussex Skyhawks Sebastien Boucher, Quebec Capitales Caleb Stewart, Sussex Skyhawks Mike Wlodarczyk, Brockton Rox Mike Smith, Brockton Rox Andrew Albers, Quebec Capitales

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Melvin Falu, Brockton Rox

MANAGER OF THE YEAR

Brian Daubach, Pittsfield Colonials

“STAR OF STARS”

Mike Smith, Brockton Rox

ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR New Jersey Jackals

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NEW JERSEY JACKALS NEW 2010 JERSEY INDIVIDUAL BATTING JACKALS 2010 STATS INDIVIDUAL BATTING STATS PLAYER Newton, Jordan Godwin, Adam *Sosa, Carlos Riggans, Shawn 1 Knazek, Scott T Knazek, Scott #Nunez, Abraham Bergeron, Jabe *DeJesus, Mike Butler, Jacob Clark, Kevin #Reyes, Argenis *Stiffler, Matt 1 Davis, Quentin T Davis, Quentin Flores, Angel Jones, Travis *Grose, Jeff Betteridge, Dan Rosa, Jovan 2 Chavez, Zane T Chavez, Zane Scanzano, Mike Petersen, Josh Forthun, Dean *Consolmagno, Mike Ferguson, Taylor

AVG .364 .345 .336 .328 .316 .265 .307 .297 .293 .290 .283 .279 .273 .257 .235 .248 .243 .239 .206 .178 .176 .188 .167 .143 .143 .091 .000

G 27 49 36 34 13 79 85 73 79 78 91 33 4 8 77 34 48 71 25 39 6 23 4 4 19 10 2

AB 99 206 140 122 38 257 309 279 283 293 357 129 11 35 255 105 177 205 68 135 17 69 12 14 56 11 7

R H 22 36 37 71 25 47 19 40 4 12 31 68 44 95 52 83 35 83 50 85 62 101 22 36 2 3 5 9 41 60 15 26 15 43 25 49 8 14 9 24 1 3 5 13 0 2 0 2 6 8 0 1 0 0

2B 9 9 7 6 1 14 11 10 17 15 13 6 0 0 10 5 11 6 2 5 0 4 0 0 2 0 0

3B 2 5 3 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 3 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HR RBI TB 2 20 55 4 32 102 1 22 63 4 26 60 1 3 16 2 20 90 2 29 114 19 63 154 2 32 106 16 55 148 9 38 147 2 15 50 0 0 3 0 3 11 7 25 101 1 15 34 3 23 63 0 19 55 0 6 16 2 11 35 0 0 3 0 2 17 0 2 2 0 0 2 1 6 13 0 1 1 0 0 0

BB IBB 13 0 19 2 17 0 15 0 9 0 33 0 68 1 37 0 42 1 40 2 39 0 12 0 0 0 3 0 22 0 17 0 23 0 30 0 5 0 4 0 1 0 7 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0

HP 1 5 0 3 1 7 0 5 2 2 4 1 0 1 6 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0

SO 24 28 33 35 11 42 35 46 43 73 69 12 3 8 59 24 36 48 16 22 6 16 3 1 15 4 1

SF 1 3 1 0 0 2 4 5 6 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 5 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

SH 0 3 0 1 0 0 2 0 4 0 2 2 0 0 4 5 2 3 3 3 0 0 1 0 1 2 0

SB 3 17 2 1 0 4 15 0 3 0 27 5 0 3 18 0 6 10 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

CS 1 5 1 2 0 1 5 0 4 0 6 1 0 2 7 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OBP .439 .408 .405 .414 .458 .361 .428 .383 .381 .378 .358 .343 .273 .333 .309 .358 .332 .333 .257 .213 .222 .263 .154 .143 .250 .154 .000

SLG .556 .495 .450 .492 .421 .350 .369 .552 .375 .505 .412 .388 .273 .314 .396 .324 .356 .268 .235 .259 .176 .246 .167 .143 .232 .091 .000

OPS .994 .903 .855 .906 .879 .711 .797 .935 .756 .883 .770 .730 .545 .648 .705 .682 .688 .602 .492 .472 .399 .510 .321 .286 .482 .245 .000

CS 34

OBP .365

SLG .403

OPS .769

E 6 3 5 0 0 3 13 6 15 3 6 2 0 0 6 4 7 2 1 7 0 1 0 4 3 0 0

TEAM TOTAL BATTING STATS AVG .281

G 91

AB 3108

R 458

H 873

2B 135

3B 19

HR 69

RBI 421

TB 1253

BB 399

IBB 6

HP 35

SO 596

SF 34

SH 34

SB 98

E 87

NEW JERSEY JACKALSNEW 2010JERSEY INDIVIDUAL PITCHING STATS JACKALS 2010 INDIVIDUAL PITCHING STATS PLAYER Ellis, Shaun Rodriguez, Edward *Pavlik, Isaac Mendez, Jairo 1 Malkowski, Brendon T Malkowski, Brendon *Estanga, Edgar *Miller, Jayson Vasami, Chris Wideman, A.J. *Lobban, Ryan Pontius, Mike Allen, Chris Hicks, Romas *Fernandez, Luis Griffin, Dan *Jones, Justin Asselin, Nick *Fagan, Paul Overbey, Seth Betteridge, Dan

ERA 1.29 3.26 3.73 3.86 4.15 4.26 4.29 4.33 4.63 4.88 5.56 5.81 6.17 6.27 6.46 7.11 7.83 8.05 9.00 11.25 18.00

W-L 0-0 7-4 7-6 0-0 0-0 3-2 3-7 4-4 3-1 4-5 5-3 3-3 0-3 1-3 2-0 2-1 0-2 1-7 0-1 0-0 0-0

G 3 39 25 5 3 14 39 11 8 11 19 42 4 38 30 14 4 10 3 4 1

GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB IBB SO HR 2B 3B 0 0 0 0 7.0 3 1 1 4 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 49.2 42 22 18 21 2 40 2 9 1 15 2 2 0 103.2 115 50 43 16 0 78 5 21 2 0 0 0 0 7.0 11 7 3 2 0 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4.1 6 2 2 1 0 6 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 31.2 42 20 15 12 1 26 3 3 0 0 0 0 2 50.1 46 28 24 21 1 51 5 9 1 10 0 0 0 60.1 76 32 29 7 0 38 6 14 3 7 0 0 0 44.2 47 24 23 19 0 26 5 6 2 11 0 0 0 59.0 78 41 32 18 0 41 6 16 1 18 1 0 0 103.2 129 66 64 34 0 73 10 17 4 0 0 0 2 48.0 44 34 31 38 1 55 4 7 0 4 0 0 0 23.1 33 16 16 10 1 11 4 5 1 0 0 0 18 37.1 47 28 26 19 3 42 3 10 2 1 0 0 0 46.0 59 34 33 23 1 27 4 16 3 9 0 0 0 50.2 63 42 40 21 0 46 5 20 1 4 0 0 0 23.0 27 24 20 10 0 19 5 7 0 10 0 0 0 57.0 77 55 51 20 0 27 7 14 2 3 0 0 0 16.0 29 18 16 6 0 6 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 11 5 5 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 0

OAVG WP HB BK .143 0 0 0 .231 4 7 0 .277 2 6 0 .344 1 0 0 .316 0 0 0 .313 4 0 0 .240 5 8 0 .309 1 0 0 .269 1 3 0 .318 1 5 0 .307 1 7 0 .250 4 1 0 .363 0 0 0 .309 4 1 0 .319 2 3 0 .313 6 9 0 .297 0 4 0 .329 1 3 0 .408 0 2 0 .524 1 1 0 .250 0 2 0

TEAM TOTAL PITCHING STATS ERA 5.42

W-L 42-50

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SHO 2

SV 22

IP 796.0

H 944

R 531

ER 479

BB 293

IBB 9

SO 599

HR 75

2B 181

3B 23

OAVG .298

WP 34

HB 62

BK 0

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5/27 at Sussex L 5/28 at Sussex W 5/29 at Sussex L 5/30 at Sussex L 5/31 at Pittsfield L 6/1 at Pittsfield 6/2 (1) at Pittsfield W 6/2 (2) at Pittsfield L 6/3 Brockton W 6/4 Brockton L 6/5 Brockton W 6/6 Brockton W 6/7 6/8 Pittsfield W 6/9 Pittsfield W 6/10 Pittsfield L 6/11 at Sussex W 6/12 at Sussex L 6/13 at Sussex 6/14 6/15 at Worcester W 6/16 at Worcester W 6/17 at Worcester L 6/18 Quebec L 6/19 Quebec L 6/20 Quebec L 6/21 Worcester W 6/22 Worcester L 6/23 Worcester L 6/24 at Brockton W 6/25 at Brockton L 6/26 at Brockton L 6/27 at Brockton L 6/28 6/29 (1) Sussex W 6/29 (2) Sussex W 6/30 Sussex L 7/1 Sussex L 7/2 Sussex L 7/3 at Pittsfield W 7/4 at Pittsfield L 7/5 at Pittsfield L 7/6 at Pittsfield L 7/7 7/8 at Quebec L 7/9 at Quebec 7/10 (1) at Quebec W 7/10 (2) at Quebec L 7/11 7/12 Sussex W 7/13 Sussex L 7/14 Sussex 7/15 Brockton L 7/16 Brockton W

Winning Pitcher

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Save

Rec.

Pos. GA/GB Att.

4-3 Jeff Icenogle (1-0) A.J. Wideman (0-1) Duaner Sanchez (1) 0-1 T-5th -1.0 10-9 Luis Fernandez (1-0) Donald Jordat (0-1) Romas Hicks (1) 1-1 T-2th -0.5 9-5 Mike McGuire (1-0) Nick Asselin (0-1) Duaner Sanchez (2) 1-2 T-5th -1.0 5-4 Jared Locke (1-0) Edward Rodriguez (0-1) 1-3 T-5th -2.0 3-0 Matt White (1-0) Chris Allen (0-1) Kyle Zaleski (1) 1-4 6th -3.0 PPD - RAIN (made up on 6/2 as part of DH in Pittsfield, MA) 4-2 A.J. Wideman (1-1) Dave Qualben (0-1) Romas Hicks (2) 2-4 2-1 Chris Rollins (1-0) Isaac Pavlik (0-1) 2-5 6th -4.0 1-0 Nick Asselin (1-1) Mike Smith (1-1) Romas Hicks (3) 3-5 T-4th -4.0 9-7 Mike Wlodarczyk (1-0) Ryan Lobban (0-1) Josh Papelbon (1) 3-6 T-5th -4.0 5-4 Edward Rodriguez (1-1) Santo Maertz (0-2) Romas Hicks (4) 4-6 4th -5.0 7-5 Isaac Pavlik (1-1) Logan Williamson (0-1) Romas Hicks (5) 5-6 3rd -4.5 OFF DAY 3-1 A.J. Wideman (2-1) Dave Qualben (0-2) Romas Hicks (6) 6-6 2nd -5.0 8-7 (10) Edward Rodriguez (2-1) Shannon Sprouse (0-1) 7-6 2nd -4.0 6-0 Miguel Flores (1-1) Nick Asselin (1-2) 7-7 2nd -4.5 1-0 Ryan Lobban (1-1) Jared Locke (1-1) Romas Hicks (7) 8-7 2nd -4.5 7-6 Tim Stringer (2-1) Chris Allen (0-2) Duaner Sanchez (5) 8-8 2nd -4.5 PPD - RAIN (made up on 6/29 as part of DH in Little Falls, NJ - Sussex will serve as the home team) OFF DAY 7-4 A.J. Wideman (3-1) Shawn Gilblair (0-1) 9-8 2nd -5.0 11-3 Dan Griffin (1-0) Matt Giusti (1-3) 10-8 2nd -5.0 8-3 John Kelly (2-0) Nick Asselin (1-3) 10-9 2nd -5.0 6-5 Dan Rossignol (1-0) Edward Rodriguez (2-2) Andrew Albers (2) 10-10 3rd -6.0 5-1 Matthew Rusch (3-0 Chris Allen (0-3) 10-11 3rd -7.0 10-4 Andy Schon (1-0) A.J. Wideman (3-2) 10-12 3rd -8.0 6-5 Dan Griffin (2-0) Matt Giusti (1-4) Romas Hicks (8) 11-12 3rd -7.0 13-3 John Kelly (3-0) Nick Asselin (1-4) 11-13 4th -7.5 11-9 Chris Farley (3-2) Edward Rodriguez (2-3) John Slusarz (5) 11-14 4th -7.0 11-5 Isaac Pavlik (2-1) Buster Lussier (1-1) Mike Pontius (1) 12-14 4th -7.0 9-3 Mike Wlodarczyk (4-1) A.J. Wideman (3-3) 12-15 4th -8.0 8-1 Freddy Flores (4-0) Dan Griffin (1-2) 12-16 4th -8.0 5-4 Wayne Lundgren (4-1) Edgar Estanga (0-1) Hunter Davis (2) 12-17 T-4th -8.0 OFF DAY 7-3 Ryan Lobban (2-1) Dan Berlind (1-1) Mike Pontius (2) 13-17 N/A N/A 3-2 Isaac Pavlik (3-1) Tim Stringer (2-3) Romas Hicks (9) 14-17 4th -7.5 7-4 Mike Vicaro (2-0) A.J. Wideman (3-4) 14-18 4th -8.5 7-5 (10) Duaner Sanchez (1-0) Mike Pontius (0-1) 14-19 T-4th -8.5 5-4 (12) Jared Locke (3-1) Edgar Estanga (0-2) Tim Stringer (1) 14-20 5th -9.5 6-3 Ryan Lobban (3-1) Patrick Moran (0-1) 15-20 4th -9.5 17-4 Dave Qualben (2-4) Isaac Pavlik (3-2) 15-21 4th -10.5 4-2 Kyle Zaleski (4-1) Mike Pontius (0-2) Reymond Cruz (2) 15-22 4th -11.5 10-8 Giuseppe Granitto (1-1) Edgar Estanga (0-3) Reymond Cruz (3) 15-23 4th -12.5 OFF DAY 4-2 Karl Gelinas (2-1) Nick Asselin (1-5) Dan Sausville (1) 15-24 4th -13.5 PPD - RAIN (made up on 7/10 as part of DH in Quebec City, QC) 6-5 Mike Pontius (1-2) Michel Simard (3-3) Romas Hicks (10) 16-24 4th N/A 4-2 Matthew Rusch (6-0) Isaac Pavlik (3-3) Andrew Albers (4) 16-25 4th -13.5 OFF DAY 7-6 Edgar Estanga (3-0) Duaner Sanchez (1-1) 17-25 4th -13.5 12-4 Jeff Icenogle (4-1) Nick Asselin (1-6) 17-26 4th -14.0 PPD - RAIN (will not be made up) 5-2 Mike Smith (6-3) A.J. Wideman (3-5) Hunter Davis (6) 17-27 5th -13.5 4-2 Edward Rodriguez (3-3) Mike Wlodarczyk (6-2) Romas Hicks (11) 18-27 5th -12.0

1,370 2,314 778 802 3,223

246 1,630 2,017 3,872 1,278 1,257 2,535 1,689 4,089 1,039

1,366 1,655 1,867 3,265 4,188 2,314 1,319 1,838 2,023 2,004 2,544 2,356 2,006 N/A 2,455 1,294 1,772 2,902 724 4,376 253 547 3,849 N/A 4,001 1,290 1,217 1,927 1,558

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Gm Date Opponent W/L Score Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save 7/18 OFF DAY 47 7/19 at Worcester L 8-7 (10) Rick Asadoorian (1-0) Mike Pontius (1-3) 48 7/20 at Worcester L 12-3 John Kelly (6-2) Nick Asselin (1-7) 49 7/21 at Worcester L 5-4 Rick Asadoorian (2-0) Romas Hicks (0-1) 50 7/22 at Sussex W 2-0 Isaac Pavlik (5-3) Mike Vicaro (3-2) 51 7/23 at Sussex W 8-4 Chris Vasami (1-0) Kevin Gunter (3-1) 52 7/24 at Sussex W 3-1 Jayson Miller (1-0) Jusef Frias (1-3) Edgar Estanga (1) 7/25 at Sussex PPD - RAIN (made up on 8/3 as part of DH in Augusta, NJ) 53 7/26 Brockton W 6-5 (10) Mike Pontius (2-3) Hunter Davis (1-2) 54 7/27 Brockton W 7-6 (12) Mike Pontius (3-3) Brad Hertzler (0-1) 55 7/28 Brockton W 4-1 Isaac Pavlik (6-3) Jose Aquino (0-1) Romas Hicks (13) 56 7/29 Pittsfield L 7-4 Trevor Marcotte (4-3) Jayson Miller (1-1) 57 7/30 Pittsfield L 8-2 Miguel Flores (5-3) Edgar Estanga (1-4) 58 7/31 Pittsfield L 10-7 Dave Qualben (4-5) Paul Fagan (0-1) Juan Padilla (6) 59 8/1 Pittsfield L 9-7 Patrick Moran (3-1) Ryan Lobban (3-2) Juan Padilla (7) 8/2 OFF DAY 60 8/3 (1) at Sussex L 6-5 Mike Vicaro (5-2) Romas Hicks (0-2) Duaner Sanchez (14) 61 8/3 (2) at Sussex L 7-4 Donald Jordat (2-4) Isaac Pavlik (6-4) Jared Locke (2) 62 8/4 at Sussex W 15-2 Chris Vasami (2-0) Tim Stringer (3-4) 63 8/5 at Sussex W 7-6 Romas Hicks (1-2) Jared Locke (5-4) 64 8/6 at Worcester W 6-5 Edward Rodriguez (4-3) Matt McDonald (1-4) Romas Hicks (14) 65 8/7 at Worcester L 7-5 Albert Ayala (3-2) Edgar Estanga (1-5) Rick Asadoorian (3) 66 8/8 at Worcester L 4-1 Zach Zuercher (2-2) Jayson Miller (1-2) Rick Asadoorian (4) 67 8/9 Quebec W 8-5 Edgar Estanga (2-5) Dan Sausville (6-4) Romas Hicks (15) 68 8/10 Quebec W 9-6 Luis Fernandez (2-2) James Kukucka (2-2) Romas Hicks (16) 69 8/11 Quebec L 8-2 Giuseppe Granitto (2-1) Edgar Estanga (2-6) Andrew Albers (12) 70 8/13 (1) Worcester L 10-2 Zach Zuercher (3-2) Justin Jones (0-1) 71 8/13 (2) Worcester W 2-0 Jayson Miller (2-2) John Kelly (8-4) Romas Hicks (17) 72 8/14 Worcester L 2-0 Matt McDonald (2-4) Isaac Pavlik (6-5) Rick Asadoorian (5) 73 8/15 Worcester L 8-6 John Slusarz (3-4) Romas Hicks (1-3) Rick Asadoorian (6) 8/16 OFF DAY 74 8/17 at Brockton W 9-6 (11) Edward Rodriguez (5-3) Buster Lussier (1-5) 75 8/18 at Brockton L 6-5 Brad Hertzler (2-1) Edgar Estanga (2-7) 76 8/19 at Brockton L 5-2 Freddy Flores (8-2) Jayson Miller (2-3) Colin Lynch (2) 77 8/20 Sussex W 5-4 Edward Rodriguez (6-3) Jared Locke (6-7) 78 8/21 Sussex W 11-10 Chris Vasami (3-0) Chris Nowlin (0-1) Romas Hicks (18) 8/22 Sussex PPD - RAIN (will not be made up) 8/23 at Pittsfield PPD - RAIN (made up on 8/24 as part of DH in Pittsfield, MA) 79 8/24 (1) at Pittsfield L 12-2 Dave Qualben (5-7) Justin Jones (0-2) 80 8/24 (2) at Pittsfield W 4-1 Ryan Lobban (4-2) Kyle Zaleski (7-6) 81 8/25 at Pittsfield L 14-7 Pat Bresnahan (2-2) Jayson Miller (2-4) Juan Padilla (10) 82 8/26 Quebec W 1-0 Isaac Pavlik (7-5) Dan Sausville (7-5) 83 8/27 Quebec W 4-3 (11) Edward Rodriguez (7-3) Brendon Malkowski (3-1) 84 8/28 Quebec W 16-11 Edgar Estanga (3-7) Derek McDaid (0-1) 85 8/29 Quebec L 10-4 Michel Simard (9-5) Ryan Lobban (4-3) 8/30 Pittsfield W 6-2 Jayson Miller (3-4) Patrick Moran (4-2) 86 8/31 Pittsfield L 10-4 Miguel Flores (9-4) Isaac Pavlik (7-6) 87 9/1 Pittsfield L 7-5 Reymond Cruz (1-2) Chris Vasami (3-1) Juan Padilla (15) 88 9/2 OFF DAY 89 9/3 at Quebec W 9-5 A.J. Wideman (4-5) Michel Simard (9-6) 90 9/4 at Quebec W 7-2 Jayson Miller (4-4) Brendon Malkowski (3-2) 91 9/5 at Quebec L 6-5 (10) Andrew Albers (3-0) Edward Rodriguez (7-4) 92 9/6 at Quebec W 9-3 Ryan Lobban (5-3) Dan Sausville (7-6)

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Rec.

Pos. GA/GB Att.

19-28 (0-1) 19-29 (0-2) 19-30 (0-3) 20-30 (1-3) 21-30 (2-3) 22-30 (3-3)

6th 6th 6th T-5th T-4th T-3rd

-1.0 -2.0 -3.0 -2.0 -2.0 -2.0

1,110 1,340 1,596 3,688 1,038 812

23-30 (4-3) 24-30 (5-3) 25-30 (6-3) 25-31 (6-4) 25-32 (6-5) 25-33 (6-6) 25-34 (6-7)

2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd T-3rd

-1.5 -0.5 -0.5 -1.5 -2.5 -3.5 -4.5

1,156 1,318 3,273 1,794 1,460 3,631 1,277

25-35 (6-8) 25-36 (6-9) 26-36 (7-9) 27-36 (8-9) 28-36 (9-9) 28-37 (9-10) 28-38 (9-11) 29-38 (10-11) 30-38 (11-11) 30-39 (11-12) 30-40 (11-13) 31-40 (12-13) 31-41 (12-14) 31-42 (12-15)

N/A 5th 5th 4th 3rd 4th 5th 5th 4th T-4th N/A T-4th 5th 5th

N/A -5.0 -4.0 -4.0 -3.5 -3.5 -3.5 -2.5 -2.0 -3.0 N/A -3.5 -4.5 -4.5

N/A 943 1,122 2,422 2,632 1,678 2,333 884 1,053 2,640 N/A 1,573 2,862 1,474

32-42 (13-15) 32-43 (13-16) 32-44 (13-17) 33-44 (14-17) 34-44 (15-17)

5th 5th 5th 5th 5th

-4.5 -5.5 -6.5 -7.0 -6.5

1,686 1,303 2,909 1,571 1,107

34-45 (15-18) 35-45 (16-18) 35-46 (16-19) 36-46 (17-19) 37-46 (18-19) 38-46 (19-19) 38-47 (19-20) 39-47 (20-20) 39-48 (20-21) 39-49 (20-22)

N/A 5th 5th T-4th 4th 4th T-4th T-4th 5th 5th

N/A -6.5 -7.5 -6.5 -5.5 -4.5 -5.5 -4.5 -5.0 -5.0

N/A 613 362 2,278 1,048 3,148 1,148 1,328 1,476 1,844

40-49 (21-22) 41-49 (22-22) 41-50 (22-23) 42-50 (23-23)

5th 5th 5th T-4th

-5.0 -4.5 -5.0 -5.0

4,332 3,230 2,171 4,145

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JACKALS HISTORY

2011 NEW JERSEY JACKALS MEDIA GUIDE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Year Manager

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Kash Beauchamp Kash Beauchamp Kash Beauchamp George Tsamis George Tsamis Joe Calfapietra Joe Calfapietra Joe Calfapietra Joe Calfapietra Joe Calfapietra Joe Calfapietra Joe Calfapietra Joe Calfapietra

Record First/Second Half Standings

53-31 45-40 31-53 45-45 62-27 52-37 54-39 48-44 43-48 49-44 43-51 55-39 42-50

First South Division/Second South Division First South Division/Second South Division Fourth South Division/Fourth South Division Third South Division/Second South Division First South Division/First South Division First South Division/First South Division First South Division/First South Division Second South Division/Third South Division Second Can-Am/Seventh Can-Am First Can-Am/Tenth Can-Am Third Can-Am/Eighth Can-Am First Can-Am/Third Can-Am Fifth Can-Am/Fourth Can-Am

League

Northeast League Northern League East Northern League East Northern League East Northern League East Northeast League Northeast League Can-Am League Can-Am League Can-Am League Can-Am League Can-Am League Can-Am League

Playoff Results Att. Won championship Lost in second round Did not qualify Won championship Won championship Lost in first round Won championship Did not qualify Did not qualify Lost in first round Did not qualify Lost in first round Lost in first round

114,796 129,179 119,686 109,126 104,100 100,559 106,100 122,092 89,385 107,663 103,817 88,658 86,014

OPENING DAY RECORDS All-Time: 10-3

May 30, 1998: Jackals 4 at Waterbury Spirit 1 May 28, 1999: Waterbury Spirit 5 at Jackals 4 May 26, 2000: Jackals 3 at Les Capitales de Québec 1 May 25, 2001: Adirondack Lumberjacks 8, Jackals 7 May 24, 2002: Jackals 6 at Les Capitales de Québec 3 May 22, 2003: Jackals 2, Berkshire Black Bears 0 May 27, 2004: Jackals 10, Bangor Lumberjacks 1 May 27, 2005: Jackals 4 at Can-Am Grays 3 May 23, 2006: Jackals 5, Worcester Tornadoes 4 May 24, 2007: Jackals 3, Sussex Skyhawks 2 May 22, 2008: Jackals 6, Ottawa Rapidz 0 May 29, 2009: Jackals 10, American Defenders of NH 0 May 27, 2010: Sussex Skyhawks 4, Jackals 3

At Home: 8-5

June 5, 1998: Jackals 2, Albany Diamond Dogs 1, 13 inns. May 28, 1999: Waterbury Spirit 5, Jackals 4 June 3, 2000: Jackals 3, Les Capitales de Québec 1 May 30, 2001: Allentown Ambassadors 5, Jackals 1 May 28, 2002: Jackals 17, Brockton Rox 13 May 22, 2003: Jackals 2, Berkshire Black Bears 0 May 27, 2004: Jackals 10, Bangor Lumberjacks 1 June 2, 2005: Can-Am Grays 3 at Jackals 2 June 1, 2006: Worcester Tornadoes 7, Jackals 1 May 28, 2007: Les Capitales de Québec 6, Jackals 4 May 29, 2008: Jackals 7, Ottawa Rapidz 4 June 1, 2009: Jackals 8, Les Capitales de Quebec 2 June 3, 2010: Jackals 1, Brockton Rox 0

JACKALS VS CURRENT OPPONENTS Brockton Rox.......................................63-53 (2002) Newark Bears..........................................0-0 (2011) Pittsfield Colonials/NH/Nashua...........38-38 (2006) Quebec Capitales.................................72-92 (1999) Rockland Boulders...................................0-0 (2011) Worcester Tornadoes..........................45-45 (2005)

2010

Brockton......................10-7 Pittsfield......................6-14 Quebec..........................9-8 Sussex........................12-10 Worcester....................5-11

2009

Brockton......................... 8-6 New Hampshire............ 14-8 Quebec........................ 13-10 Sussex............................. 7-5 Worcester................... 13-10

JACKALS VS FORMER OPPONENTS Aces..............................................9-5 (2004) Adirondack/Bangor........ 52-42 (1998-2004) Albany-Colonie............... 39-25 (1998-2002) Allentown....................... 53-31 (1998-2003) Atlantic City.................... 10-10 (2007-2008)

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Berkshire.......................... 18-6 (2002-2003) Catskill............................12-13 (1998, 2000) Elmira............................. 47-47 (1998-2005) Grays................................19-11 (2005,2007) Massachusetts................ 10-14 (1998-1999)

New Haven..................... 24-36 (2004-2007) North Shore.................... 27-37 (2003-2007) Ottawa..........................................9-5 (2008) Sussex............................. 43-32 (2006-2010) Waterbury...................... 21-15 (1998-2000)

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2011 NEW JERSEY JACKALS MEDIA GUIDE 1998 — NORTHEAST LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 9/2/98 Jackals 11, Allentown Ambassadors 3 9/3/98 Jackals 3 at Allentown Ambassadors 2 (Jackals Win Series 2-0)

9/5/98 Jackals 7, Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs 6 9/6/98 Jackals 4 at Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs 3 (Jackals Win Series 2-0; Jackals Win Northeast League Championship)

1999

9/3/99 Jackals 6, Allentown Ambassadors 2 9/4/99 Jackals 10, Allentown Ambassadors 5 9/5/99 Jackals 7, Allentown Ambassadors 2 (Jackals Win Series 3-0) 9/9/99 Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs 11, Jackals 1 9/10/99 Jackals 3 at Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs 2 9/11/99 Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs 5 at Jackals 3 9/12/99 Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs 6 at Jackals 2 (Albany-Colonie Wins Series 3-1)

2001 — NORTHERN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

9/9/02 Jackals 13, Adirondack Lumberjacks 1 9/10/02 Jackals 9, Adirondack Lumberjacks 3 9/12/02 Adirondack Lumberjacks 7, Jackals 5 9/13/02 Adirondack Lumberjacks 6, Jackals 5 9/14/02 Jackals 4 at Adirondack Lumberjacks 2 (Jackals Win Series 3-2) 9/16/02 Winnipeg Goldeyes 3, Jackals 0 9/19/02 Jackals 3 at Winnipeg Goldeyes 2 9/20/02 Jackals 6, Winnipeg Goldeyes 3 (11 inn) 9/21/02 Jackals 5, Winnipeg Goldeyes 2 (Jackals Win Series 3-1; Jackals Win Northern League Championship)

2003

9/4/03 Jackals 10, Brockton Rox 0 9/5/03 Brockton Rox 3, Jackals 1 9/6/03 Brockton Rox 3, Jackals 1 9/7/03 Brockton Rox 9, Jackals 5 (Brockton Wins Series 3-1)

2004 — NORTHEAST LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

9/5/01 Jackals 2 at Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs 1 9/6/01 Jackals 3 at Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs 2 9/7/01 Jackals 7, Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs 4 (Jackals Win Series 3-0)

9/9/04 Jackals 5, Bangor Lumberjacks 4 9/10/04 Jackals 5, Bangor Lumberjacks 4 9/11/04 Bangor Lumberjacks 7, Jackals 5 9/12/04 Jackals 15, Bangor Lumberjacks 3 (Jackals Win Series 3-1)

9/17/01 Jackals 5 at Elmira Pioneers 2 9/18/01 Elmira Pioneers 8, Jackals 1 9/19/01 Jackals 15, Elmira Pioneers 5 9/21/01 Elmira Pioneers 10 at Jackals 3 9/22/01 Jackals 8 at Elmira Pioneers 5 (Jackals Win Series 3-2)

9/14/04 North Shore Spirit 5, Jackals 4 9/16/04 North Shore Spirit 1, Jackals 0 9/17/04 Jackals 7, North Shore Spirit 2 9/19/04 Jackals 4, North Shore Spirit 2 9/20/04 Jackals 5, North Shore Spirit 3 (Jackals Win Series 3-2; Jackals Win Northeast League Championship)

9/24/01 Jackals 7, Winnipeg Goldeyes 3 9/25/01 Jackals 9, Winnipeg Goldeyes 8 9/27/01 Winnipeg Goldeyes 9, Jackals 3 9/28/01 Jackals 8 at Winnipeg Goldeyes 5 (Jackals Win Series 3-1; Jackals win Northern League Championship)

2007

2002 — NORTHERN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 9/4/02 Jackals 3, Elmira Pioneers 0 9/5/02 Jackals 2, Elmira Pioneers 1 9/6/02 Elmira Pioneers 6, Jackals 4 9/7/02 Elmira Pioneers 9, Jackals 8 9/8/02 Jackals 6 at Elmira Pioneers 0 (Jackals Win Series 3-2)

9/5/07 Jackals 4, Nashua Pride 2 9/6/07 Nashua Pride 4, Jackals 1 9/7/07 Jackals 3, Nashua Pride 1 9/8/07 Nashua Pride 8, Jackals 5 9/9/07 Nashua Pride 4, Jackals 0 (Nashua Wins Series 3-2)

2009

9/9/09 Worcester Tornaodes 7, Jackals 3 9/10/09 Worcester Tornaodes 7, Jackals 6 9/12/09 Worcester Tornaodes 6, Jackals 2 (Worcester Wins Series 3-0)

2010

9/9/10 Quebec Capitales 7, Jackals 4 9/10/10 Quebec Capitales 13, Jackals 5 9/11/10 Quebec Capitales 2, Jackals 0 (Quebec Wins Series 3-0)

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JACKALS AWARD WINNERS Northern League All-Star Game MVP

2011 NEW JERSEY JACKALS MEDIA GUIDE Northeast League Manager of the Year

2001 - Ryan Kane (2-4, HR, 3 RBI)

Joe Calfapietra (2004)

Northeast League Player of the Year

Northern League East Manager of the Year

Wilton Veras (2004)

George Tsamis (2002)

Northern League East Player of the Year

Carmine Capuccio (1999)

Baseball America Independent Player of the Year

Carmine Cappuccio (1999)

Northeast League Pitcher of the Year

Northeast League GM of the Year

Leo Kirk (1998)

Can-Am League Executive of the Year

Ben Wittkowski (2005)

Can-Am League Manager of the Year

John DeSilva (1998)

Joe Calfapietra (2009)

Northern League Post-Season MVP

Can-Am League Organization of the Year

Trey Beamon (2001) Dave Callahan (2002)

New Jersey Jackals (2010)

Northeast League Post-Season MVP

Myron Leslie (1B) - June 2009 A.J. Wideman (P) - June 2009 A.J. Wideman (P) - July 2009 Sandy Madera (DH) - June 2007 Michael Vicaro (P) - July 2007 Sandy Madera (DH) - August 2007 Bill Peavey (1B) - June 2006 Aaron Myers (P) - July 2004 Joel Bennett (P) - June 2002 Joel Bennett (P) - June 2001

Players and Pitchers of the Month

Rogelio Nunez (1998)

Can-Am League Rookie Pitcher of the Year

Ryan Pacyna (2007)

PA Sportsticker “Star of Stars”

Sandy Madera (2007)

Northern League East Writer’s Association All-Star Team

RHP - Joel Bennett (2002) SS - Chas Terni (2002) 3B - Ryan Kane (2002) OF - Travis Bailey (2002) OF - Billy Brown (2002) 3B - Ryan Kane (2001) RHP - Joel Bennett (2001) OF - Billy Rich (2002) C - D.C. Olsen (1999) OF - Carmine Cappuccio (1999)

Northeast League Writer’s Association All-Star Team

1B - D.C. Olsen (1998) SS - Saul Bustos (1998) OF - Keith Gordon (1998)

Northeast League Year-End All-Star Team

OF - Wady Almonte (2004) SS - Chris Rowan (2004) 3B - Wilton Veras (2004) DH - John Anderson (2003)

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Above: John Lindsey and Matt Kemp at Dodger Stadium. Photo courtesy Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers. Right: Screenshot from an ESPN feature on John Lindsey.

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JACKALS AWARD WINNERS

PLAYERS AND PITCHERS OF THE WEEK Shawn Riggans - DH (5/30/2010) Jabe Bergeron - 1B (7/11/10) Isaac Pavlik - P (7/25/10) Isaac Pavlik - P (8/29/10) Jayson Miller - P (9/5/10) Isaac Pavlik - P (5/30/2009) Ted Serro - P (6/5/2009) Rusty Tucker - P (6/12/2009) Myron Leslie - INF (7/26/2009) Rusty Tucker - P (8/2/2009) Myron Leslie - INF (8/23/2009) Chris Kelly - 3B (6/15/2008) Rusty Tucker - P (8/3/2008) Isaac Pavlik - P (8/10/2008) Matt Lauderdale - C (8/17/2008) Zack Smithlin - OF (5/27/2007) Clyde Williams - OF (6/10/2007) Sandy Madera - DH (6/24/2007) Michael Vicaro - P (7/15/2007) Sandy Madera - DH (9/2/2007) Jason Tuttle - OF (6/12/2006) John Lindsey - DH (7/2/2006) Isaac Pavlik - P (7/2/2006)

Raul Valdes - P (7/23/2006) Aaron Myers - P (5/29/2005) Aaron Myers - P (6/19/2005) Isaac Pavlik - P (6/26/2005) John Lindsey - OF (7/3/2005) Zack Smithlin - OF (7/10/2005) Ricardo Cordova - 2B (7/17/2005) Joel Bennett - P (7/24/2005) Joe Orloski - P (8/21/2005) Jackson Crowther - P (5/30/2004) Ben Grezlovski - P (6/13/2004) Chris Rowan - SS (7/11/2004) Aaron Myers - P (7/18/2004) Wilton Veras - 3B (8/1/2004) Jackson Crowther - P (6/1/2003) Travis Bailey - OF (6/1/2003) Joel Bennett - P (7/27/2003) Kevin Grijak - 1B (8/24/2003) Steve Fish - P (6/10/2002) Billy Rich - OF (7/1/2002) Aaron Myers - P (7/22/2002) Travis Bailey - OF (7/22/2002) Aaron Myers - P (7/29/2002)

Joel Bennett - P (8/5/2002) Chas Terni - SS (8/19/2002) Jeremy Callier - P (9/2/2002) Aaron Fera - OF (6/18/2001) Aaron Fera - OF (7/2/2001) Joel Bennett - P (7/2/2001) Mike Bertotti - P (7/16/2001) Aaron Fera - OF (7/30/2001) Tom Koutrouba - P (7/30/2001) Steve Fish - P (8/20/2001) Ryan Kane - 3B (9/3/2001) Kevin Pincavitch - P (6/18/2000) Brent Bowers - OF (7/23/2000) Kevin Pincavitch - P (7/12/1999) Essex Burton - 2B (7/19/1999) Kevin Pincavitch - P (8/9/1999) Kevin Pincavitch - P (8/16/1999) Carmine Cappuccio - OF (8/16/1999) Carmine Cappuccio - OF (8/23/1999) Saul Bustos - SS (7/20/1998) Keith Gordon - OF (7/27/1998) John DeSilva - P (8/3/1998)

JACKALS ALL-STAR SELECTIONS Can-Am League All-Star Selections

Northeast League All-Star Selections

Northern League All-Star Game Selections

Mike DeJesus - SS (2009, honored) Jerod Edmondson - OF (2009, honored) Myron Leslie - 1B (2009, honored) Rusty Tucker - RP (2009, honored) A.J. Wideman - LHP (2009, honored) Sandy Madera - DH (2007, honored) Jason Tuttle - OF (2006 in El Paso)* Bill Peavey - 1B (2006 in El Paso)* Jason Belcher - C (2006 in El Paso) Isaac Pavlik - P (2006 in El Paso) Josh Brey - P (2005 in Brockton) Ricardo Cordova - 2B (2005 in Brockton) John Lindsey - 1B (2005 in Brockton)* Sandy Madera - C (2005 in Brockton) Aaron Myers - P (2005 in Brockton) Isaac Pavlik - P (2005 in Brockton) Zack Smithlin - OF (2005 in Brockton)*

Wady Almonte - OF (2004 in Fort Worth, TX) Wilton Veras - 3B (2004 in Fort Worth, TX) Travis Bailey - OF (2003 in Québec)* Darren Blakely - OF (2003 in Québec)* Jackson Crowther - P (2003 in Québec) Joel Bennett - P (2003 in Québec)

Travis Bailey - OF (2002 in Québec)* Ryan Kane - 3B (2002 in Québec)* Billy Rich - OF (2002 in Québec)* Joel Bennett - P (2002 in Québec)* Mikaela Dworken - C (2002 in Québec) Aaron Fera - OF (2001 in Winnipeg)* Ryan Kane - 3B (2001 in Winnipeg)* Joel Bennett - P (2001 in Winnipeg) Mike Church - C (2001 in Winnipeg) Tom Koutrouba - P (2001 in Winnipeg) Ender Gonzalez - 3B (2000 in New Jersey)* John LeRoy - P (2000 in New Jersey) Josh Brinkley - 3B (1999 in Fargo)* D.C. Olsen - C (1999 in Fargo)* Pete Rose Jr. - OF (1999 in Fargo)* Kevin Pincavitch - P (1999 in Fargo)* Mike Hartung - P (1999 in Fargo) Essex Burton - 2B (1999 in Fargo) *-denotes selected as starting player

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YEAR-BY-YEAR BATTING LEADERS Batting Average

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

D.C. Olsen (.327) Carmine Cappuccio (.349) Ender Gonzalez (.331) Aaron Fera (.355) Billy Rich (.342) John Anderson (.318) Wilton Veras (.369) Zack Smithlin (.358) John Lindsey (.311) Sandy Madera (.364) Luke Allen (.324) Mike Scanzano (.301) Abraham Nunez (.307)

Home Runs

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Keith Gordon (16) Carmine Cappuccio (17) Marc Fink (6) Aaron Fera (18) Travis Bailey (16) Darren Blakely (13) Chris Rowan (23) Steve Checksfield (10) John Lindsey (10) Sandy Madera (21) Juan Tejeda (14) Myron Leslie (18) Jabe Bergeron (19)

Runs Batted In

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Hits

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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Doubles

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Saul Bustos, D.C. Olsen (21) Carmine Cappuccio (28) Ender Gonzalez (20) Peter DeYoung (23) Chas Terni (34) Travis Bailey (28) Wady Almonte & Wilton Veras (29) Zack Smithlin (20) Wilton Veras (23) Sandy Madera (23) Luke Allen (23) Marcus Sanders, Quinn Stewart (16) Mike DeJesus (17)

Triples

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

D.C. Olsen (4) Brian Davis, Trovin Valdez (3) Chris Dean (10) Juan Moreno (4) Travis Bailey (6) Travis Bailey (7) Alberto Vasquez (5) Ricardo Cordova (10) Joe Mihalics (4) Francisco Leandro (3) Luke Allen (3) Ryan Rogowski (6) Adam Godwin (10)

Extra-Base Hits

Keith Gordon (70) Carmine Cappuccio (75) Mark Burke, Josh Brinkley (31) David Kennedy (60) Travis Bailey (75) Travis Bailey, Darren Blakely (59) Kevin Grijak (77) John Lindsey (62) Guillermo Reyes (47) Sandy Madera (75) Juan Tejeda (63) Myron Leslie (75) Jabe Bergeron (63)

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Keith Gordon (93) Essex Burton (109) Chris Dean (85) Juan Moreno (105) Travis Bailey (103) Travis Bailey, Joe Kerrigan (100) Wilton Veras (118) Zack Smithlin (135) Jason Tuttle (105) Sandy Madera (125) Luke Allen, Juan Tejeda (103) Marcus Sanders (108) Kevin Clark (101)

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Walks

Runs

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Gary Collum (60) Pete Rose, Jr. (70) Chris Dean (48) Juan Moreno (61) Travis Bailey (75) Chris Rowan (57) John Anderson (68) Zack Smithlin (79) Wilton Veras (47) Sandy Madera (69) Juan Tejeda (63) Marcus Sanders (74) Kevin Clark (62)

Stolen Bases

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Gary Collum (20) Essex Burton (34) Chris Dean (26) Juan Moreno (17) Travis Bailey & Billy Brown (14) John Anderson (17) Zack Smithlin (14) Zack Smithlin (40) Zack Smithlin (28) Zack Smithlin (33) Zack Smithlin (33) Ryan Rogowski (28) Kevin Clark (27)

Games Played

Saul Bustos, D.C. Olsen (38) Carmine Cappuccio (46) Chris Dean (28) Aaron Fera (39) Travis Bailey (46) Travis Bailey (47) Wady Almonte (40) Ricardo Cordova (34) John Lindsey (30) Sandy Madera (44) Juan Tejeda (38) Myron Leslie (31) Jabe Bergeron, Jacob Butler (31)

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

George Virgilio (34) Pete Rose, Jr. (42) Chris Dean (36) David Kennedy (42) Dave Callahan (60) Travis Bailey & Joe Kerrigan (35) Craig Conway (39) Elvis Corporan (36) Zack Smithlin (47) Francisco Leandro (79) Zack Smithlin (46) Myron Leslie (64) Abraham Nunez (68)

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Saul Bustos (84) D.C. Olsen (83) Chris Dean (84) David Kennedy (90) Travis Bailey (89) Travis Bailey (89) Kevin Grijack (90) Steve Checksfield & Zack Smithlin (90) Joe Mihalics (88) Joe Mihalics (92) Zack Smithlin (94) Marcus Sanders (93) Kevin Clark (91)

Strikeouts

Keith Gordon (67) Brian Davis (75) Marc Fink (65) David Kennedy (68) Travis Bailey (80) Travis Bailey (92) Chris Rowan (97) Steve Checksfield (62) John Lindsey (51) Jud Thigpen & Clyde Williams (64) Marcus Sanders (68) Quinn Stewart (87) Jacob Butler (73)

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1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Mike Hartung (40) Mike Hartung (39) Joe Bauldree (33) Jon Hand (35) Scott Allan (28) Ben Grezlovski (36) Evan Neiser (36) Isaac Pavlik (28) Adam Nikolic (31) Justin Garza (41) Justin Barnes (38) Seth Overbey (41) Mike Pontius (42)

Games Started

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Wins

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Losses

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Saves

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Mike Hartung (17) Mike Hartung (12) Clay Eason (8) Matt Wagner (10) Ryan Halla (9) Julio Perez (10) Fabricio Benitez (15) Fabricio Benitez (6) Jason Wylie (9) Rusty Tucker (14) Rusty Tucker (21) Rusty Tucker (24) Romas Hicks (18)

Innings Pitched

Paul Magrini (16) Paul Magrini (18) Kevin Pincavitch (19) Joel Bennett (19) Aaron Myers (20) Aaron Myers (20) Jackson Crowther (19) Joe Orloski (20) Joe Orloski (16) Josh Brey (19) Isaac Pavlik (20) Isaac Pavlik (18) Ryan Lobban (18)

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Paul Magrini (9) Kevin Pincavitch (10) Kevin Pincavitch (8) Joel Bennett (10) Joel Bennett (14) Trevor Marcotte & Aaron Myers (9) Josh Miller (8) Joel Bennett (11) Joel Bennett & Raul Valdes (7) Isaac Pavlik & Michael Vicaro (8) Isaac Pavlik (8) A.J. Wideman (10) Isaac Pavlik, Edward Rodriguez (7)

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Blas Cedeno (6) Paul Magrini, Bob Reichow (7) Kevin Pincavitch (8) Joel Bennett, Alan Webb (5) Aaron Myers (6) Aaron Myers (8) Jackson Crowther (9) Josh Brey (6) Aaron Myers & Joe Orloski (9) Josh Brey (6) Aaron Tressler (8) Ted Serro (7) Nick Asselin, Edgar Estanga (7)

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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YEAR-BY-YEAR PITCHING LEADERS

Paul Magrini (101.2) Kevin Pincavitch (113.2) Kevin Pincavitch (131) Joel Bennett (129.1) Aaron Myers (140.0) Aaron Myers (119.0) Jackson Crowther ( 117.1) Joe Orloski (140.1) Joe Orloski (123.2) Isaac Pavlik (113.1) Isaac Pavlik (135.2) A.J. Wideman (114.2) Ryan Lobban (103.2)

Strikeouts

Walks

John DeSilva (90) Kevin Pincavitch (97) Kevin Pincavitch (114) Joel Bennett (118) Joel Bennett (141) Aaron Myers (89) Aaron Myers (113) Isaac Pavlik (100) Joel Bennett (85) Isaac Pavlik (93) Isaac Pavlik (82) A.J. Wideman (81) Isaac Pavlik (78) Paul Magrini (38) Jaymie Bane (40) Kevin Pincavitch (44) Joel Bennett (42) Aaron Myers (49) Trevor Marcotte (39) Joel Bennett (38) Joe Orloski (34) Joe Orloski (36) Josh Brey (44) Michael Vicaro (35) Giuseppe Granitto (33) Mike Pontius (38)

Earned Run Average

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Kevin Pincavitch (0.83) Jason Woodring (2.90) Cory Lima (2.83) Joel Bennett (2.57) Joel Bennett (2.93) Joel Bennett (1.93) Evan Neiser (2.75) Joel Bennett (2.68) Raul Valdes (2.81) Hunter Davis (1.15) Rusty Tucker (1.85) A.J. Wideman (2.51) Edward Rodriguez (3.26)

Complete Games

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

John DeSilva (4) Kevin Pincavitch (4) Kevin Pincavitch (7) Joel Bennett (4) Aaron Myers (7) Joel Bennett, Joe Magri, Aaron Myers (1) Jackson Crowther (4) Josh Brey (4) Raul Valdes (3) John Kelly (1) Ted Serro (2) Isaac Pavlik (3) Isaac Pavlik (2)

Shutouts

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Paul Magrini (2) Combined Shutouts (2) Kevin Pincavitch (1) Joel Bennett (2) Aaron Myers (2) Aaron Myers (1) Aaron Myers & Brad Whitworth (1) Josh Brey & Aaron Myers (1) Aaron Myers (2) Combined Shutouts (5) Combined Shutouts (3) Isaac Pavlik (1) Isaac Pavlik (2)

A.J. Wideman went 10-1 with a league-best 2.51 ERA for the Jackals in 2009.

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BATTING RECORDS TEAM BATTING RECORDS TEAM BATTING RECORDS

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Hits

Game................... 3 (Last: Horace Lawrence, 8/25/05 at North Shore) Season............................................................. 34 (Chas Terni, 2002) Career.......................................67 (Wilton Veras, 2004, 2006-2007)

Runs

Game...................................2 (Last: Kevin Clark, 8/9/10 vs Quebec) Season................... 10 (Chris Dean, 2000 & Ricardo Cordova, 2005) Career.................................................. 13 (Travis Bailey, 2002-2003)

Inning...................................12 (6/30/08 vs. Worcester, 4th inning) Game.................. 28 (8/14/02 at Allentown & 6/30/08 vs. Worcester) Season............................................................................. 956 (2005)

Inning..........................11 (7/13/99 vs. Massachusetts, 1st inning & 6/30/08 vs. Worcester, 4th inning) Game....................................................... 25 (8/15/02 at Allentown) Season............................................................................. 576 (2002)

Homeruns

Triples

Stolen Bases

Game.................................3 (Last: Zach Smithlin, 7/24/07 at Grays) Season........................................................ 40 (Zach Smithlin, 2005) Career..............................................154 (Zach Smithlin, 2004-2009)

Inning............................. 3 (6/15/02, game 2 vs. Elmira, 4th inning) Game.....................................................5 (7/18/98 at Adirondack & 7/28/99 at Mass.) Season............................................................................... 88 (2002)

39 games (Carmine Cappuccio, 7/16/99 to 8/28/99)

Extra-Base Hits

7 (Ender Gonzalez, 6/14/00 vs. Waterbury to 6/17/00 vs. Catskill)

Game....................................................... 13 (8/15/02 at Allentown) Season............................................................................. 304 (2005)

Stolen Bases

Game............................................................ 8 (6/8/02 at Berkshire) Season............................................................................. 115 (2009)

INDIVIDUAL BATTINGBATTING RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Hits

Game................................... 6 (Billy Brown – 8/14/02 at Allentown) Season...................................................... 135 (Zach Smithlin, 2005) Career..............................................503 (Zach Smithlin, 2004-2009)

Runs

Game.......................................6 (Chas Terni, 8/15/02 at Allentown) Season........................................................ 79 (Zach Smithlin, 2005) Career..............................................287 (Zach Smithlin, 2004-2009)

Homeruns

Game.................................3 (Saul Bustos, 7/18/98 at Adirondack & Chas Terni, 8/12/02 at Allentown) Season..........................................................23 (Chris Rowan, 2004) Career................................................. 44 (Chris Rowan, 2003-2005)

Runs Batted In

Game........................................ 7 (John Lindsey, 5/28/05 at Grays & 6/26/05 at Brockton) Season.......................................................... 77 (Kevin Grijak, 2004) Career.....................................153 (Wilton Veras, 2004, 2006-2007)

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Longest Hitting Streak Consecutive Hits

Most Consecutive Games With a Home Run

4 (Jacob Butler, 6/11/10 to 6/17/10)

Grand Slam Homeruns

D.C. Olsen............................. 7/13/99 vs. Massachusetts, 1st inning Ryan Kane...........................................8/20/01 vs. Elmira, 1st inning Chas Terni......................................... 6/3/02 at Brockton, 6th inning Ryan Kane.................................. 6/11/02 vs. Adirondack, 5th inning Travis Bailey....................................... 6/16/02 vs. Elmira, 4th inning Ryan Kane...................................... 7/18/02 vs. Brockton, 3rd inning Travis Bailey.................................. 8/15/02 at Allentown, 8th inning Craig Conway................................ 8/27/02 vs. Berkshire, 7th inning Chris Rowan............................................ 7/9/04 vs. Aces, 9th inning Chris Rowan.......................................... 8/3/04 at Elmira, 9th inning Scott Goodman.................................. 8/11/04 at Bangor, 9th inning Chris Rowan..................................... 8/12/04 vs. Quebec, 8th inning John Lindsey................................... 6/26/05 at Brockton, 4th inning Darren Ciraco............................... 7/5/05 at North Shore, 1st inning Wilton Veras........................................7/1/06 vs. Sussex, 6th inning Matt Lauderdale...........................7/3/07 at Atlantic City, 4th inning Sandy Madera...........................8/28/07 at North Shore, 9th inning Juan Tejeda...................................7/3/08 at Atlantic City, 5th inning Jacob Butler........................................ 6/12/10 at Sussex, 3rd inning Jabe Bergeron............................... 7/19/10 at Worcester, 3rd inning

CycleS

Ender Gonzalez......................... 7/7/00 at Elmira (4-4, 4 RBI, 2 runs) Billy Rich...........................8/15/02 at Allentown (4-7, 5 RBI, 5 runs) Darren Blakeley...................6/15/03 vs. Québec (4-5, 3 RBI, 2 runs)

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PITCHING RECORDS

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INDIVIDUAL PITCHING RECORDS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING RECORDS Most Wins

Fewest Hits

Game........................................................... 0 (Twice; see no-hitters) Season.............................................................................. 727 (1998)

Season.......................................................... 14 (Joel Bennett, 2002) Career.................................................. 59 (Joel Bennett, 2001-2007)

Most Hits

Season............................. 9 (Joe Orloski, 2006 & Aaron Myers, 2006 & Jackson Crowther, 2004) Career................................................. 32 (Aaron Myers, 2002-2006)

Most Losses

Game........................................................ 24 (7/12/05 vs. Brockton) Season.............................................................................. 827 (1999)

Most Games Pitched

Fewest Runs Allowed

Game..........................................................................0 (many times) Season.............................................................................. 356 (2003)

Most Runs Allowed

Inning...........................................................10 (7/29/08 at Quebec) Game........................................................ 21 (6/25/99 at Allentown, 9/1/99 at Allentown, 5/30/00 at Adirondack) Season.............................................................................. 494 (1999)

Most Strikeouts

Game........................................... 21 (6/26/08 at Worcester, 20 inn.) Season.............................................................................. 666 (2004)

Fewest Strikeouts

Game..........................................................................1 (many times) Season.............................................................................. 521 (1999)

Fewest Walks

Season......................................................... 42 (Mike Pontius, 2010) Career.................................................. 125 (Isaac Pavlik, 2005-2010)

Most Games Started

Season...........................20 (Aaron Myers, 2002 & Joe Orloski, 2005 & Isaac Pavlik, 2008) Career................................................ 100 (Joel Bennett, 2001-2007)

Most Strikeouts

Game.................................. 16 (Joel Bennett, 6/23/02 at Allentown) Season........................................................ 141 (Joel Bennett, 2002) Career................................................ 632 (Joel Bennett, 2001-2007)

Most Walks

Game................................. 8 (Mark Lemke, 8/27/99 vs. Adirondack) Season............................................................... 50 (Josh Brey, 2005) Career................................................ 206 (Joel Bennett, 2001-2007)

Most Saves

Season.......................................................... 24 (Rusty Tucker, 2009) Career.................................................. 59 (Rusty Tucker, 2007-2009)

Most Complete Games

Game............................................................................................... 0 Season ............................................................................. 254 (2002)

Season..................... 7 (Kevin Pincavitch, 2000 & Aaron Myers, 2002) Career................................................. 15 (Joel Bennett, 2001-2007)

Most Walks

miscellaneous RECORDSRECORDS MISCELLANEOUS

Game.......................................................13 (7/29/01 vs. Allentown) Season.............................................................................. 339 (2000)

No-Hitters Thrown by Jackals Pitchers (2)

Jeremy Callier (8/28/02 vs. Berkshire, 2-0) Aaron Myers (8/6/06 vs. Worcester, 3-0)

One Hitters Thrown by Jackals Pitchers (5)

Longest Winning Streak.................................. 14 (6/11/09-6/25/09) Longest Losing Streak....................................... 9 (7/24/08-7/31/08) Longest Nine Inning Game Time......... 4:16 (7/3/08 at Atlantic City) Longest Extra Inning Game Time...........6:06 (6/26/08 at Worcester) Shortest Nine Inning Game Time................ 1:48 (7/30/08 at Quebec) Shortest Game TIme (Less Than 9 Inn.)...... 1:35 (7/24/08 vs Quebec) Longest Game............................. 20 innings (6/26/08 at Worcester)

Jaymie Bane & Mike Hartung (6/22/99 at Albany, game one, 3-0) Joel Bennett (8/14/01 vs. QuĂŠbec, game one, 2-1) Steve Fish (8/21/01 vs. Elmira, 3-1) Aaron Myers, Ryan Darcy & Matt Powell (7/04/03 at Berkshire, 9-0) A.J. Wideman, Seth Overbey (6/23/09 at Quebec, 6-0) Right-hander Jeremy Callier fired a no-hitter on August 28, 2002 against the Berkshire Black Bears at Yogi Berra Stadium.

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CAREER BATTING TOP 10 Games Played

1. Zach Smithlin 2. Craig Conway 3. Wilton Veras 4. Chris Rowan 5. Josh Brinkley 6. Matt Lauderdale 7. Travis Bailey 8. David Kennedy 9. Joe Mihalics 10. Mike DeJesus

472 294 252 233 214 201 178 176 180 171

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Batting Average (minimum 220 at-bats)

1. Sandy Madera 2. Aaron Fera 3. Ricardo Cordova 4. Carmine Cappuccio 5. Billy Rich 6. Ender Gonzalez 7. Wady Almonte 8. Luke Allen 9. John Lindsey 10. Abraham Nunez

HITS

1. Zach Smithlin 2. Wilton Veras 3. Craig Conway 4. Josh Brinkley 5. Chris Rowan 6. Matt Lauderdale 7. Travis Bailey 8. Marcus Sanders 9. Sandy Madera 10. Mike DeJesus

Home Runs

1. Chris Rowan 2. Sandy Madera 3. Travis Bailey 4. D.C. Olsen 5. Matt Lauderdale 6. Josh Brinkley 7. Jabe Bergeron John Lindsey Ryan Kane 10. Myron Leslie Juan Tejeda Aaron Fera David Kennedy

RBIs

1. Wilton Veras 2. Zach Smithlin 3. Travis Bailey Chris Rowan 5. Matt Lauderdale David Kennedy 7. Craig Conway 8. John Lindsey D.C. Olsen 10. Ryan Kane

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.359 .355 .351 .349 .342 .331 .327 .324 .315 .307

(2005, 2007) (2001) (2005-2006)) (1999) (2002) (2000) (2004) (2008) (2005-2006) (2010)

503 299 278 217 213 212 203 197 188 186

(2004-2009) (2004, 2006-2007) (2001-2005) (1998-2000) (2003-2005) (2007-2009) (2002-2003) (2008-2009) (2005, 2007) (2009-2010)

44 30 28 26 23 20 19 19 19 18 18 18 18

(2003-2005) (2005, 2007) (2002-2003) (1998-1999) (2007-2009) (1998-2000) (2010) (2005, 2007) (2001-2002) (2009) (2008-2009) (2001) (2001-2002)

153 152 134 134 112 112 105 103 103 102

(188-523) (82-231) (139-396) (105-301) (97-284) (80-242) (105-321) (103-318) (141-447) (95-309)

(2004, 2006-2007) (2004-2009) (2002-2003) (2003-2005) (2007-2009) (2001-2002) (2001-2005) (2005-2006) (1998-1999) (2001-2002)

Runs Scored

1. Zach Smithlin 2. Wilton Veras 3. Craig Conway 4. Chris Rowan 5. Marcus Sanders 6. Travis Bailey 7. John Anderson 8. Matt Lauderdale 9. David Kennedy 10. Josh Brinkley

Stolen Bases

1. Zack Smithlin 2. Marcus Sanders 3. Essex Burton Josh Brinkley 5. Ryan Rogowski 6. Kevin Clark Travis Bailey 8. Chris Dean 9. Guillermo Reyes 10. Tim Turner

Doubles

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9.

Wilton Veras Zach Smithlin Travis Bailey Craig Conway Matt Lauderdale Sandy Madera Ryan Kane Chas Terni John Lindsey D.C. Olsen David Kennedy

Triples

1. 2. 5. 7. 8.

Travis Bailey Chris Dean Chris Rowan Ricardo Cordova Zach Smithlin Steve Checksfield Marcus Sanders Ryan Rogowski John Lindsey D.C. Olsen John Lindsey

Hitting Streaks

1. Carmine Cappuccio 2. Keith Gordon Billy Rich John Anderson 5. Aaron Fera Travis Bailey 7. Kevin Clark 8. Mike DeJesus Wilton Veras 10. several tied at

287 146 145 141 132 127 117 116 113 109

(2004-2009) (2004, 2006-2007) (2001-2005) (2003-2005) (2008-2009) (2002-2003) (2003-2004) (2007-2009) (2001-2002) (1998-2000)

154 40 34 34 28 27 27 26 25 22

(2004-2009) (2008-2009) (1999) (1998-2000) (2009) (2010) (2002-2003) (2000) (2006-2007) (2007)

67 58 52 46 45 41 41 41 35 35 35

(2004, 2006-2007) (2004-2009) (2002-2003) (2001-2005) (2007-2009) (2005, 2007) (2001-2002) (2001-2002) (2005-2006) (1998-1999) (2001-2002)

13 10 10 10 8 8 7 6 6 6 6

(2002-2003) (2000) (2003-2005) (2005) (2004-2009) (2005) (2008-2009) (2009) (2005-2006) (1998-1999) (2005)

39 23 23 23 16 16 15 14 14 13

(7/16/99-8/29/99) (7/7/98-8/4/98) (6/22/02-7/16/02) (7/08/03-8/02/03) (6/28/01-7/15/01) (6/05/03-6/21/03) (6/4/10-6/21/10) (8/5/09-8/19/09) (8/7/04-8/25/04)

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2011 NEW JERSEY JACKALS MEDIA GUIDE Games Pitched

1. Isaac Pavlik 2. Joel Bennett 3. Rusty Tucker 4. Aaron Myers Andy High 6. Mike Hartung 7. Romas Hicks 8. Kevin Pincavitch 9. Fabricio Benitez 10. Michael Vicaro Joe Orloski

130 104 100 90 90 79 66 64 58 47 47

Games Started

1. Joel Bennett 100 2. Isaac Pavlik 90 3. Aaron Myers 83 4. Kevin Pincavitch 46 5. Josh Brey 44 6. Paul Magrini 43 7. Jackson Crowther 37 8. Joe Orloski 36 9. Mike Bertotti 30 10. A.J. Wideman 29

Wins

1. Joel Bennett 59 2. Isaac Pavlik 42 3. Aaron Myers 37 4. Kevin Pincavitch 23 5. Mike Bertotti 19 6. Paul Magrini 17 7. Jackson Crowther 15 8. A.J. Wideman 14 Joe Orloski 14 10. Josh Brey 13

Losses

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Aaron Myers 32 Isaac Pavlik 31 Joel Bennett 19 Josh Brey 15 Kevin Pincavitch 15 Paul Magrini 14 Joe Orloski 13 Jackson Crowther 12 Ted Serro 11 Michael Vicaro 11 Andy High 11 Bob Reichow 11

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1. Rusty Tucker 2. Mike Hartung 3. Fabricio Benitez 4. Romas Hicks 5. Ben Grezlovski Matt Wagner Julio Perez 8. Ryan Halla 9. Clay Eason 10. Jason Wylie

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Innings Pitched

1. Joel Bennett 660 (2001-2007) 2. Isaac Pavlik 646 (2005-2010) 3. Aaron Myers 543 (2002-2006) 4. Kevin Pincavitch 334.1 (1998-2001) 5. Joe Orloski 264 (2005-2006) 6. Paul Magrini 255.0 (1998-2000) 7. Josh Brey 234.1 (2005-2007) 8. Jackson Crowther 228.1 (2003-2004) 9. Ted Serro 201.2 (2008-2009) 10. Michael Vicaro 194 (2006-2009)

Strikeouts

1. Joel Bennett 632 2. Isaac Pavlik 493 3. Aaron Myers 418 4. Kevin Pincavitch 279 5. Mike Bertotti 196 6. Paul Magrini 185 7. Michael Vicaro 178 8. Jackson Crowther 172 9. Andy High 148 10. Josh Brey 139

Walks

RUSTY TUCKER

AARON MYERS

1. Joel Bennett 206 2. Aaron Myers 143 3. Isaac Pavlik 130 4. Kevin Pincavitch 106 5. Josh Brey 104 6. Michael Vicaro 86 7. Paul Magrini 84 8. Mike Bertotti 83 9. Joe Orloski 70 10. Jackson Crowther 62

Complete Games

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Joel Bennett 15 Aaron Myers 13 Kevin Pincavitch 11 Isaac Pavlik 9 Paul Magrini 8 Steve Fish 6 Mike Bertotti 5 Joe Orloski 4 Jackson Crowther 4 John DeSilva 4 Josh Brey 4

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1. Jason Dietrich 2. John DeSilva 3. Pete Hartmann 4. Ben Grezlovski 5. Rusty Tucker 6. Kevin Gieras 7. Todd Meady 8. Cory Lima 9. Joel Bennett 10. Fabricio Benitez

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Floyd Hall Enterprises is granted a franchise in the Northeast League

1998

“Jackals” is selected as nickname of new Northeast League team owned by FHE

May 30, 1998

The Jackals play their first games as New Jersey sweeps a doubleheader in Waterbury, beating the Spirit 4-1 and 8-1.

June 5, 1998

The Jackals christen the just-build Yogi Berra Stadium and defeat the Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs, 2-1, in 13 innings. Outfielder Gary Gollum hits a game-winning home run for the dramatic conclusion.

July 9, 1998

The Jackals clinch the first-half championship in the south division of the Northeast League with a 4-3 win over Waterbury. New Jersey finishes the first half with a 30-12 record and a guaranteed spot in the playoffs.

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Former major league second baseman Mark Lemke makes his professional pitching debut for the Jackals, allowing one run in one inning of relief. Lemke will knuckleball his way to a 5-1 record and 6.68 ERA during the 1999 season.

July 16, 1999

Carmine Cappuccio begins what will turn out to be a 39game hitting streak, the longest in Northern League history. He will bat .414 with 10 home runs and 51 RBIs during those 39 games.

September 5, 1999

For the second straight season, the Jackals sweep the Allentown Ambassadors in the first round of the playoffs.

September 12, 1999

Shortstop Saul Bustos erupts for a Northeast League record three home runs in a 15-5 win over the Adirondack Lumberjacks in Glens Falls, NY.

The Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs defeat the Jackals, 6-2, in game four of their playoff series and eliminate New Jersey from the second round of the playoffs, three games to one.

August 5, 1998

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June 7, 2000

The Jackals gain national notoriety by signing Pete Rose Jr., the son of baseball’s all-time hit king. “Junior” bats .424 in the final 12 games of the season. Right-hander Kevin Pincavitch allows one earned run in his final 58 innings pitched of the season.

September 2, 1998

Right-hander John DeSilva is named Northeast League Pitcher-of-theYear.

Outfielder Carmine Cappuccio is selected as the Northern League East Player of the Year and as Baseball America’s Independent Player of the Year. He batted .349 with 17 home runs and 75 RBIs for the season. For the first time in franchise history, the Jackals are swept in a doubleheader, dropping 6-3 and 2-1 decisions at home to the Adirondack Lumberjacks. Incredibly, it also marks the first time in franchise history that the Jackals have a sub-.500 record during the regular season (5-7). New Jersey will finish the season 31-53 and will miss the playoffs for the first time in their three-year history.

September 3, 1998

The Jackals play their first-ever postseason game, defeating Allentown, 11-3, at Yogi Berra Stadium. The Jackals will go on to sweep the Ambassadors in the first round of the playoffs.

September 5, 1998

The Jackals rally for six runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to defeat the Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs, 7-6, in game one of the Northeast League Finals at Yogi Berra Stadium. One day later, New Jersey completes the sweep and wins the Northeast League championship, downing Albany, 4-3.

Winter 1998/99

The Northeast League merges with the Northern League. The Jackals will now play in the Northern League East.

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Yogi Berra Stadium plays host to the 2000 Northern League All-Star Game. The East team, managed by New Jersey’s Kash Beauchamp, defeats the Central stars, 10-5.

October 2000

Kash Beauchamp resigns as Jackals manager. His three-year record stands at five games over .500. The Jackals later name George Tsamis, the former skipper of the Waterbury Spirit, as their new field manager.

June 25, 2001

The Jackals mourn the loss of John Leroy, who passes away from an aneurysm at age 26. Leroy, who was a member of the Sioux City Explorers at the time of his death, pitched for New Jersey in 2000.

June 29, 2001

Outfielder Aaron Fera smashes two homers and drives in six runs in a win at Adirondack. He will have two more two-homer games during the season and, even though he is signed by the St. Louis Cardinals organization on August 1, Fera establishes a new franchise record by hitting 18 home runs in 2001.

July 31, 2001

Jackals’ third baseman Ryan Kane clouts a home run and a double in the Northern League All-Star Game played in Winnipeg. Kane is selected as the game’s MVP.

September 7, 2001

The Jackals complete their first-round sweep over the Diamond Dogs with a 7-4 victory at Yogi Berra Stadium on hometown hero David Kennedy’s three-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning.

September 22, 2001

The Jackals finish off the Elmira Pioneers in the fifth and final game of their playoff series, 8-5. Mike Bertotti comes out of the bullpen to strike out 11 batters over the final seven innings in relief of Joel Bennett, who leaves with a sore shoulder.

September 24, 2001

New Jersey scores four runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to beat the Winnipeg Goldeyes, 7-3, in game one of the Northern League finals in Little Falls.

September 28, 2001

The Jackals win their first Northern League championship, beating the Goldeyes, 8-5, in game four in Winnipeg. New Jersey scores four runs in the top of the ninth inning to secure the win. Outfielder Trey Beamon is named post-season MVP after batting .585 with three home runs and 12 RBIs in 12 games. New Jersey goes 9-3 in the postseason.

June 8, 2002

Joel Bennett fires a complete-game, four-hitter as the Jackals beat the Berkshire Black Bears, 6-1. Bennett will not lose another start until August 17, a span of 12 starts. The former major league right-hander will set a Jackals’ record by winning 14 games during the season.

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June 16, 2002

New Jersey defeats the Elmira Pioneers, 14-0, to begin a then-franchise-record 13-game winning streak. The Jackals will win the first half South Division title and guarantee themselves a spot in the playoffs with a 30-15 record.

June 23, 2002

Joel Bennett sets a team record by striking out 16 batters in a 14-1 victory over the Allentown Ambassadors.

July 14, 2002

The Jackals defeat Quebec, 7-4, and begin a stretch where they will win 19 of 20 games. New Jersey will win the second half South Division title with a 32-12 mark and will post an overall record of 62-27, the best in franchise history.

August 12-15, 2002

The Jackals sweep a four-game series in Allentown, winning by an aggregate score of 66-22. Shortstop Chas Terni ties a league record by smacking three home runs in the first game and then ties the league record with three doubles two nights later. In the third game, the Jackals erupt for a franchise-record 28 hits with outfielder Billy Brown tying the league mark with six hits in one game. On the 15th, outfielder Travis Bailey drives in six runs, tying the team record as the Jackals score 25 runs in the contest.

August 28, 2002

Jeremy Callier throws the first no-hitter in franchise history, 2-0, over the Berkshire Black Bears. He allows only two base runners in the game, one on a walk and the other on an error. Despite Callier’s efforts, the game goes scoreless into the bottom of the ninth inning before the Jackals win the contest on Ryan Kane’s tworun home run to complete the walk-off no-hitter.

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Joel Bennett strikes out 12 and allows only three hits over eight innings as New Jersey wins its playoff opener, 3-0, over the Elmira Pioneers at Yogi Berra Stadium.

September 8, 2002

The Jackals win the fifth and deciding game of their first-round series, winning in Elmira, 6-0. Joel Bennett throws blanks again, allowing six hits and no runs over eight innings.

September 9, 2002

Craig Conway smashes a grand slam and drives in five runs as New Jersey takes the first game of its second-round playoff series against the Adirondack Lumberjacks, 13-1, at Yogi Berra Stadium.

September 14, 2002

With the series against Adirondack tied at two games apiece, trailing 2-1 and down to their last strike of the season, the Jackals rally to score three runs in the ninth inning to beat the Lumberjacks in Glens Falls, NY, 4-2, and win the series. Dave Callahan strokes a bases-clearing double with two outs and a 3-2 count to win the series for New Jersey.

September 21, 2002

In game four of the Northern League championship series, Mikaela Dworken smacks a home run and Aaron Myers allows two runs over 6.2 innings as, for the second straight year, the Jackals beat the Goldeyes to win the league title.

November 2002

After George Tsamis steps down as manager to pursue the same position with the St. Paul Saints, the Jackals hire Joe Calfapietra as the third manager in franchise history. In addition, it is announced that the Northern League East has split with the Northern League Central and will once again play as the Northeast League in 2003.

May 17, 2003

The Jackals take on the Russian National Team in an exhibition doubleheader at Yogi Berra Stadium. New Jersey is victorious by scores of 3-0 and 5-4.

July 2003

The Jackals send four players to the Northeast League All-Star Game in Quebec – Outfielders Travis Bailey and Darren Blakely, and pitchers Ben Grezlovski and Jackson Crowther.

September 4, 2003

A day after Mother Nature forces the cancellation of their first-round Northeast League playoff game, the Jackals bring in a helicopter flown by Andrew MacQueen of Fairfield, who is stationed at Essex County Airport and works for Helicopter Services and Instruction, to circle the infield and outfield for an hour in preparation for game one against

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January 23, 2004

The Jackals sign Garden State native Zach Smithlin, who would spend six seasons patrolling the New Jersey outfield. Smithlin would end his Jackals career as the team’s all-time leader in games played, hits, runs scored and stolen bases.

July 15, 2004

After picking up four wins in a 24-hour span thanks to back-to-back doubleheader sweeps against the Elmira Pioneers the previous two days, the Jackals defeat the New Haven County Cutters, 6-2, in a onegame playoff at Yale Field in New Haven, CT to clinch the Northeast League first-half title and an automatic playoff berth. The four-game stretch against Elmira included a string of 30 consecutive innings where the Jackals led the Pioneers. The Jackals also won eight of their final 10 games in the first half.

August 6, 2004

Shortstop Chris Rowan clubs his 29th home run in a Jackals uniform, breaking Travis Bailey’s team record for career blasts. Rowan would connect on a franchise-record 23 homers during the 2004 season.

September 2004

In the Northeast League Championship Series, the Jackals drop the first two games of the series against the North Shore Spirit at Yogi Berra Stadium. In game three at Fraser Field in Lynn, MA, North Shore builds a 3-0 lead before New Jersey battles back to force extra innings, enabling catcher Jay LaFlair to knock in the game-winning run in the 13th. Trailing 2-1 heading to the ninth in game four, the Jackals even the score on a fielder’ choice off the bat of Wady Almonte before a two-run, 11th-inning single by Scott Goodman gives New Jersey the lead and Aaron Myers finishes off the Spirit with his second inning of perfect relief. In the decisive fifth game, the Jackals jump out to an early advantage and Joel Bennett and Myers pitch New Jersey to an improbable Northeast League title.

July 12, 2005

As New Jersey batters the Brockton Rox 16-2 at Yogi Berra Stadium, Joe Calfapietra records his 130th franchise victory, becoming the winningest manager in team history. Calfapietra reaches the milestone in 24 fewer games than the previous record holder, Kash Beauchamp.

July 23, 2005

Craig Breslow, a member of the Jackals bullpen in 2004, makes his major league debut for the San Diego Padres. Breslow is the first former Jackal to reach the major leagues.

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September 8, 2007

Jackals’ first baseman John Lindsey’s contract is sold to the Florida Marlins. Lindsey, who later returned to the Jackals before making his major league debut with the Dodgers in 2010, was batting .321 with nine home runs and 62 RBIs for New Jersey. Aaron Myers hurls eight innings of two-hit, shutout baseball as the Jackals defeat the Grays, 12-0. With the bases loaded in a 7-7 contest, pinch hitter John Lindsey laces a walk-off single to center field to carry the Jackals past the New Haven County Cutters, 8-7.

June 24, 2006

Sandy Madera’s grand slam caps a seven-run ninth inning as the Jackals rally past the North Shore Spirit, 9-6, at Fraser Field in Lynn, MA. A day later, North Shore activates manager Vic Davilla, whose walk-off homer helps the Spirit down New Jersey, 7-5. The Jackals drop their sixth straight game, 10-6 at New Haven County, to stumble into the postseason. In game four of their first-round playoff series, the Nashua Pride smash five home runs at Yogi Berra Stadium to force a fifth game. New Jersey’s season comes to an end the next night thanks to a 4-0 loss to Nashua.

With rain in the forecast, Joe Calfapietra elects to start reliever Adam Nikolic against the Brockton Rox. Nikolic strikes out three batters in two scoreless frames before regularly-scheduled starter Aaron Myers enters and allows just two hits in seven shutout innings.

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June 20, 2008

The Jackals dominate a doubleheader against Sussex, defeating the Skyhawks 13-0 and 10-0. Game one is a continuation of the previous night’s contest – the first-ever meeting between New Jersey and Sussex – which was suspended in the third inning.

August 6, 2006

Aaron “Bulldog” Myers tosses the second no-hitter in franchise history as the Jackals defeat the Worcester Tornadoes, 3-0.

November 14, 2006

Ed Ott joins the Jackals coaching staff. The move reunites Ott and Jackals’ manager Joe Calfapietra, who served as a coach for the Allentown Ambassadors for three years when Ott was Allentown’s manager.

May 27, 2007

Joe Calfapietra earns his 200th managerial win in a Jackals uniform as New Jersey defeats the Sussex Skyhawks, 9-8. Sussex rookie Ryan Lobban, who would later pitch for New Jersey, takes the loss.

July 9, 2007

The Jackals clinch the Can-Am League first-half title with an 8-0 win over the Worcester Tornadoes in Little Falls.

July 29, 2007

The Jackals sell a pair of pitchers to affiliated organizations as southpaw Rusty Tucker’s contract is purchased by the Milwaukee Brewers and submariner Hunter Davis joins the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

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Joel Bennett announces his retirement after a 17-year professional career that included a pair of major-league stops. In seven dominant seasons with New Jersey, Bennett went 59-19 with a 2.83 ERA. The Jackals announce the signing of long-time nemesis Vic Davilla. Davilla, who had spent 11 seasons competing against the Jackals with the Adirondack Lumberjacks, Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs, Allentown Ambassadors, and North Shore Spirit, would hit .279 in 15 games with the Jackals before finishing the season with the Brockton Rox.

June 24, 2008

First baseman Juan Tejeda homers in three consecutive at-bats as the Jackals sweep a doubleheader at Worcester. Tejeda lifts a sixth-inning home run in game one before leaving Hanover Insurance Park twice in the 10-8 nightcap victory.

June 27, 2008

In the longest game in Can-Am League history, the Jackals defeat the Tornadoes, 5-4, in a 20-inning marathon in Worcester that takes six hours, six minutes to complete. In the 20th, New Jersey second baseman Marcus Sanders connects for his first home run of the year to propel the Jackals to a one-run lead at 5-4. In the bottom of the inning, Tom Atlee retires the side in order to notch his first save of the season. Sanders is the star at the plate for New Jersey, going 5-10 with 3 RBIs despite not picking up his first hit until his fourth at bat in the seventh inning. In the win, the Jackals set a franchise record as New Jersey pitchers strike out 21 Worcester batters with Ted Serro and Brandon Martin combining for seven innings of shutout relief.

June 28, 2008

In his seventh professional season, right-hander Tom Atlee earns the win in his first career start as the Jackals down the Nashua Pride, 6-2, at Yogi Berra Stadium.

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June 30, 2008

The Jackals score a Can-Am League record 21 runs on a league recordtying 28 hits as they defeat the first-place Worcester Tornadoes 21-10 at Yogi Berra Stadium. In the contest, New Jersey also ties a league record with an 11-run bottom of the fourth inning in which they bang out a league-record 12 hits. Additionally, the Jackals tie their team record with 28 hits.

July 3, 2008

In front of a Can-Am League-record 8,016 fans at Bernie Robbins Stadium, the Jackals slug their way to a 16-14 victory over the Atlantic City Surf.

July 31, 2008

The Jackals suffer their franchise-record ninth straight loss, 4-2, at Quebec.

August 16, 2008

Zach Smithlin’s inside-the-park home run helps New Jersey down Atlantic City, 8-0, in front of over 3,800 fans at Yogi Berra Stadium. The roundtripper is just the second of Smithlin’s career and his first since 2005.

August 22, 2008

In a ceremony prior to their game against the Brockton Rox, the Jackals retire Joel Bennett’s number 28.

May 29, 2009

The Jackals emerge victorious on opening day for the eighth straight season as they down the American Defenders of New Hampshire, 10-0, at Historic Holman Stadium in Nashua, NH.

June 6, 2009

Zach Smithlin breaks an 0-for-12 hitless streak as he collects his 500th career hit in an 8-2 loss vs. Brockton.

June 16, 2009

Continuing a trend of solid early-season pitching, closer Rusty Tucker becomes the third straight Jackals’ hurler to earn Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week honors. Starters Isaac Pavlik and Ted Serro had previously taken home league honors.

June 23, 2009

Southpaw A.J. Wideman comes within four outs of a perfect game and the New Jersey Jackals set a league record by winning their 12th consecutive game, defeating Les Capitales de Quebec, 6-0, at Stade Municipal. The win eclipses the previous Can-Am League mark of 11 straight, set by the North Shore Spirit in 2006. A Patrick Deschenes eighth-inning single is the only ball leave the infield against Wideman, who hurls eight shutout innings.

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June 25, 2009

The Jackals extend their Can-Am League-record winning streak to 14 games with a 9-7 victory over the Worcester Tornadoes in game one of a doubleheader at Yogi Berra Stadium. However, a 3-1 Worcester win in the nightcap snaps the streak, which began on June 11.

June 28, 2009

Rookie catcher Chris Chiarappa’s walk-off, two-run single in the bottom of the ninth inning helps New Jersey overcome a five-run finalframe deficit en route to an 8-7 win over the Worcester Tornadoes.

July 16, 2009

The Jackals clinch the Can-Am League FirstHalf Championship and a spot in the playoffs, pounding out 16 hits on their way to an 11-1 victory at Worcester.

July 26, 2009

In game one of a doubleheader, Quebec righthander and former National League Cy Young Award winner Eric Gagne takes a no-hitter into the seventh inning at Yogi Berra Stadium. Gagne allows back-to-back singles to begin the frame before inducing a gameending triple play on a grounder to third base off the bat of Juan Tejeda.

August 1, 2009

A.J. Wideman takes home Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month honors for the second straight month after compiling a 4-0 record with a microscopic 1.06 ERA in July.

September 4, 2009

A league-high five Jackals are named to the Can-Am League Postseason All-Star Team. First baseman Myron Leslie, shortstop Mike DeJesus, outfielder Jerod Edmondson, left-hander A.J. Wideman, and relief pitcher Rusty Tucker each earn league laurels. Joe Calfapietra is later named league Manager of the Year.

April 11, 2010

Southpaw Raul Valdes earns his first call to the major leagues at age 32 when the New York Mets promote him from Triple-A Buffalo. Valdes, a Cuban defector, went 7-3 with a 2.81 ERA in 17 games (12 starts) for the Jackals in 2006.

May 31, 2010

Former Tampa Bay Rays catcher Shawn Riggans is named Can-Am League Player of the Week after going 8-for-15 with two home runs in New Jersey’s season-opening series at Sussex.

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Left-handed outfielder Kevin Clark homers in his first two at-bats against Pittsfield southpaw Dave Qualben as the Jackals defeat the Colonials, 4-2, in the first game of a doubleheader at Wahconah Park. Pittsfield wins the nightcap, 2-1.

June 15, 2010

A.J. Wideman fans a career-high 10 Worcester batters without allowing a walk in a 7-4 New Jersey victory at Hanover Insurance Park.

June 18, 2010

After Jackals starter Ryan Lobban tosses seven shutout innings, New Jersey’s bullpen hits a batter and doles out six walks as the Quebec Capitales plate six runs on just one hit (an infield single) in the top of the eighth inning to hand the Jackals a heartbreaking 6-5 Jackals loss at Yogi Berra Stadium.

June 21, 2010

Jack the Jackal arrives at Yogi Berra Stadium in a Fox 5 helicopter prior to the 2000 Northern League All-Star Game.

On a New York Mets off-day, former Jackals’ reliever Raul Valdes returns to Yogi Berra Stadium to throw out the first pitch prior to New Jersey’s game against the Worcester Tornadoes.

July 2-3, 2010

The Boston Red Sox purchase second baseman Argenis Reyes from the Jackals and assign him to Triple-A Pawtucket. A day later, the Pittsburgh Pirates pluck catcher Jordan Newton from New Jersey and send him to Advanced-A Bradenton.

July 22, 2010

Skyhawks starter Mike Vicaro takes a no-hitter into the eighth inning, but New Jersey southpaw Isaac Pavlik’s complete-game shutout carries the Jackals to a 2-0 win over Sussex at Skylands Park. Pavlik took his no-hit bid into the bottom of the fifth.

August 26, 2010

Jackals skipper Joe Calfapietra notches his 500th career managerial win with help from Isaac Pavlik and Carlos Sosa. Pavlik fires his second complete-game shutout of the season and Sosa’s walk-off double in the bottom of the ninth inning makes it stand as New Jersey defeats the first-place Quebec Capitales, 1-0, at Yogi Berra Stadium.

Pete Rose Jr., the son of Major League Baseball’s all-time hit king, played 93 games for the Jackals during the 1998 and 1999 seasons.

September 6, 2010

On the final day of the regular season, the Jackals erupt for six runs in the sixth inning to defeat the Capitales, 9-3, on a rainy night in Quebec City and clinch the fourth and final Can-Am League playoff spot. That same day, former Jackal John Lindsey, a 33-year-old first baseman, makes national headlines when he is called up to the major leagues for the first time in his career during his 16th professional season. At the time, Lindsey is the longest-tenured active minor league player without major league experience.

October 24, 2010

Despite being swept by Quebec in the playoffs, the New Jersey Jackals are named the Can-Am League Organization of the Year. John Lindsey poses with fellow September call-up Russ Mitchell at Petco Park in San Diego on 9/6/10. Photo courtesy Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers.

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The New Jersey Jackals have retired two numbers over the franchise’s first 13 seasons: Yogi Berra — the legendary New York Yankees catcher and Montclair native for whom the Jackals stadium is named — and pitcher Joel Bennett, who spent seven dominant seasons on the mound in Little Falls. Zach Smithlin, who spent six seasons roaming the Jackals’ outfield, will join Berra and Bennett when his number 4 is retired during the 2011 season.

#4 ZACH SMITHLIN For six seasons, Zach Smithlin patrolled the Yogi Berra Stadium outfield brilliantly and was a terror on the basepaths. On July 30, the New Jersey Jackals will honor Smithlin by retiring his number 4. Smithlin, who spent more time with the Jackals than any position player in organization history, dominates the New Jersey record book. His 503 career hits in a Jackals uniform are 204 more than any other Jackal. Smithlin also holds the Jackals’ career records for games played (472), runs scored (287), and stolen bases (154). A New Jersey native who was born in Paterson and raised in Fair Lawn, Smithlin spent his entire professional career in the Garden State. After a successful run at Penn State, Smithlin signed with the St. Louis Cardinals as a nondrafted free agent in 2003 and spent his rookie campaign with the New Jersey Cardinals, playing 44 games at the Cardinals’ New YorkPenn League outpost at Skylands Park before signing with the Jackals in 2004. Following the 2004 season in which he helped lead New Jersey to a Northeast League title, Smithlin’s contract was purchased by the San Diego Padres, but he was not re-assigned after spring training. Upon returning to the Jackals, Smithlin turned in a career year in 2005,

batting .358 while leading the Can-Am League with 135 hits and 40 thefts and representing the Jackals at the All-Star Game in Brockton. Three years later, Smithlin once again led the circuit when he swiped 33 bags in 2008. An outfielder by trade, Smithlin shifted to the infield for 28 games during the 2007 season when he filled in at second base for the Jackals. The switch hitter finished his career in 2010 when he saw brief action in the Atlantic League with the Somerset Patriots and Newark Bears. In eight professional seasons with four teams, the fleet-footed Smithlin batted .286 and was successful in over 82% of his steal attempts (159-for-193) while walking more than he struck out.

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G 81 90 86 91 94 30 472

AB 273 377 283 347 353 84 1717

R 52 79 40 63 45 8 287

H 82 135 63 102 99 22 503

2B 3B 9 1 20 3 4 1 10 2 12 1 3 0 58 8

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RBI 16 32 21 47 27 9 152

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#28 JOEL BENNETT Joel Bennett, the legendary Jackals pitcher, announced his retirement following the 2007 season at the age of 38 after 17 seasons and over 1,800 professional innings. As a fitting tribute, the Jackals retired his jersey on August 22, 2008. Drafted in the 21st round of the 1991 draft by the Boston Red Sox out of East Stroudsburg University, Bennett spent the final seven seasons of his career with the Jackals organization. Although he’s best known as the ace of the New Jersey staff, Joel was much more than that. The heart and soul of three championship teams, Bennett began his Jackals career in 2001. He went 10-5 with a 2.57 ERA in his first season, but his impact extends far beyond his dominance on the mound.

In the midst of the playoffs that year, September 11th struck. When the Northern League decided to continue playing in the wake of the attacks, Bennett was the inspirational leader. The Jackals went on to win their second championship over the Winnipeg Goldeyes. Bennett, who pitched seven games in the majors for the Phillies and Orioles in 1998 and 1999, went 14-2 with a 2.93 ERA for New Jersey in 2002. In each of the next five seasons, Joel, who spent baseball offseasons as a physical education teacher near his home in Binghamton, New York, was a late addition to the Jackals. Following the completion of the school year, Bennett would return to the team each June. In 2003, Bennett collected just one loss in 12 starts, compiling an 8-1 record with a miniscule 1.93 ERA. Rumors of his retirement circulated before the 2004 season, but Bennett once again returned and led the Jackals to the Northeast League title over the North Shore Spirit. Three seasons later, Bennett’s place in Jackals lore had been further solidified. “A person like Joel comes around once or twice in a lifetime. His skill and ability on the field is matched by his care and devotion to his family, team and community.” field manager Joe Calfapietra commented. Bennett concluded his Jackals career with a 59-19 record and 632 strikeouts in 660 innings pitched.

Bennett holds almost every Jackals pitching record, including most wins in a season (14 in 2002), career wins, and strikeouts. On June 23rd, 2002, Bennett set the Jackals single game strikeout record when he fanned 16 Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs. Joel Bennett’s baseball career has taken him seemingly everywhere; From his 1993 season at Single-A Lynchburg where his 241 strikeouts were the third most in all the minors – to his major league debut in 1998 – to the storybook ending of the Jackals 2004 championship season - Bennett found a home each summer at Yogi Berra Stadium. Whether it was atop the mound, in the dugout, in the bullpen, besides manager Joe Calfapietra as his pitching coach, leading the pregame prayer, or signing autographs for enthusiastic young fans, Joel Bennett will always have a place in the Jackals family.

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JACKALS ALL-TIME ROSTER A-A-A

Abate, Mike (OF, 2001) Acosta, Jorge (P, 2008) Allan, Scott (P, 2001-2002) Allen, Chris (P, 2010) Allen, Luke (OF/DH, 2008) Alcantara, Izzy (OF, 2005) Altman, Heath (P-OF, 2000) Almonte, Wady (OF, 2004) Anderson, Doug (3B, 2007) Anderson, Jeff (INF, 1999) Anderson, John (LF/DH, 2003-2004) Arnott, George (C, 2000) Asselin, Nick (P, 2009-2010) Atlee, Tom (P, 2007-2008)

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Bailey, Travis (OF, 2002-2003) Baker, Casey (OF, 2006) Ballon, John (1B, 2004) Bane, Jaymie (P, 1999) Banks, Demetrius (P, 2007) Barnes, Justin (P, 2008) Bassett, Mike (OF, 2004) Batson, Byron (P, 2003) Bauldree, Joe (P, 2000) Beamon, Trey (OF, 2001) Beauchamp, Kash (DH, 2000) Belcher, Jason (C, 2006) Bellis, John (C, 2006) Benitez, Fabricio (P, 2004-2005) Bennett, Joel (P, 2001-2007) Bergeron, Jabe (1B, 2010) Bertotti, Mike (P, 2001-2002) Betteridge, Dan (INF, 2010) Blakely, Darren (OF, 2003) Blen-Ferray, Damian (INF, 2000) Bou, Ed (P, 2000) Bowers, Brent (OF, 2000) Boyd, Jared (INF, 2004) Brack, A.J. (P, 2000, 2002) Breslow, Craig (P, 2004) Brewer, Nevin (P, 1999) Brey, Josh (P, 2006-2007) Brinkley, Darryl (OF/DH, 2003, 2005) Brinkley, Josh (INF/C, 1998-2000) Brock, Tyler (INF, 2005) Brown, Billy (OF, 2002) Brown, Jared (P, 2006) Burke, Mark (1B, 1999-2000) Burton, Essex (2B/CF, 1999) Bustos, Saul (SS, 1998) Butler, Jacob (OF/1B, 2010)

C-C-C Cabreja, Rafael (OF, 2009) Callahan, Dave (1B, 2002) Callier, Jeremy (P, 2002) Calzado, Napoleon (2007) Cameron, Dustin (P, 2008) Campbell, Chad (P, 2001) Campbell, Wylie (SS, 1999) Cano, Matt (3B, 2001) Capodieci, Adam (C, 2001) Cappuccio, Carmine (OF, 1999) Carroll, Doug (P, 1999) Casteel, Ricky (P, 2001) Castleberry, Kevin (2B, 1998) Cedeno, Blas (P, 1998) Chavez, Chris (P, 2002) Checksfield, Steve (1B, 2004-2005) Chiarappa, Chris (C, 2009) Chavez, Zane (C, 2010) Church, Mike (C, 2001) Ciraco, Darren (OF, 2004-2005) Clark, Chris (C, 2003) Clark, Jason (OF, 2001) Clark, Kevin (OF, 2010) Conway, Craig (INF, 2001-2005) Collins, Ed (P, 1998) Collum, Gary (OF, 1998) Consolmagno, Mike (OF, 2010) Cordova, Ricardo (INF, 2005-2006) Corporan, Elvis (INF, 2005) Craddox, Kenny (OF, 1998, 2000) Crowther, Jackson (P, 2003-2004) Cuchetti, Tony (P, 1999) D-D-D

D’Alessandro, Joe (P, 2008) Darcy, Ryan (P, 2003-2004) Dattola, Kevin (OF, 1998, 2005) Davilla, Vic (3B, 2008) Davis, Brian (OF-1B, 1999) Davis, Hunter (P, 2007-2008) Davis, Quentin (OF, 2009-2010) Dean, Chris (2B-CF, 2000) Deck, Ronnie (C, 1999) DeJesus, Mike (SS, 2009-2010) DelPriore, Rob (P, 1999) DeSilva, John (P, 1998, 2003) DeYoung, Peter (INF/OF, 2001) Dietrich, Jason (P, 1998) Dixon, Ryan (P, 2006) Doino, Marty (P, 1999) Done, Juan (P, 2008) Dworken, Mikaela (C, 2002-2003)

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Eason, Clay (P, 2000) Edelstein, Chris (OF, 1999) Edmondson, Jerod (OF, 2009) Elder, Rick (1B, 2004) Ellis, Shaun (P, 2010) Embry, Byron (P, 2000) Ennico, Chris (P, 2001-2002) Espinal, Willy (P, 2006) Estanga, Edgar (P, 2010) Eufemia, Frank (P, 1998)

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Fagan, Paul (P, 2010) Fauske, J.P. (C, 2000) Fera, Aaron (OF, 2001) Ferguson, Taylor (OF, 2010) Fernandez, Luis (P, 2010) Fermin, Ramon (P, 2001) Fernandez, Alex (OF, 2006) Figueroa, Carlos (P, 2004) Fink, Marc (1B, 2000) Fish, Steve (P, 2001-2002) Fitzgerald, Kevin (P, 2007) Flores, Angel (C, 2010) Forthun, Dean (C, 2010) Foulks, Jason (P, 2000) Frazier, Alex (OF, 2007)

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Gaal, Bryan (P, 2006) Garcia, Chris (1B, 2009) Garza, Justin (P, 2007) Gentekos, Dan (P, 2005) George, Chris (P, 2002) George, Kyle (P, 2007) Gieras, Kevin (P, 1998) Gil, Benji (INF, 2005) Glendenning, Mike (1B/OF, 2003) Godwin, Adam (OF, 2010) Gomes, Joey (DH, 2006) Gomez, Carlos (P, 2004) Gomez, Rich (OF, 2005) Gonzalez, Ender (INF, 2000) Gonzalez, Julien (OF, 2000) Goodman, Scott (UTL, 2004) Goodmann, Joe (P, 2006) Gordon, Casey (SS, 2008) Gordon, Keith (OF, 1998) Granitto, Giuseppe (P, 2009) Greene, Tommy (OF, 2000) Grezlovski, Ben (P, 2003-2004) Grice, Dan (INF, 2002) Griffin, Dan (P, 2010) Grijak, Kevin (UTL, 2003-2004) Grimmett, Darin (P, 2001)

Grose, Jeff (OF, 2010) Guzman, Juan (P, 2004)

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Hagan, Matt (OF, 2005) Hall, Doug (OF, 2001) Hall, Scott (OF, 2000) Halla, Ryan (P, 2002) Hand, Jon (P, 2001) Handy, Russell (OF, DH, P, 1999) Harris Cedric (OF, 2003) Hartmann, Pete (P, 1998) Hartung, Mike (P, 1998-99) Henderson, Ken (P, 2003) Herbert, Russ (P, 2001) Hernandez, Johnny (P, 2003) Hicks, Romas (P, 2009-2010) High, Andy (P, 1998-2000) Horton, Bill (OF-C, 1998) Howdeshell, Andy (3B/SS, 2006) Hunton, Jon (P, 2007) Hummel, Dan (C, 2001) Humphries, Justin (INF, 2009) Humrich, Chris (P, 2002) Hutchings, Andy (P, 2005)

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Infante, Juan (INF, 2004)

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James, Drue (C, 2000) Janzen, Marty (P, 2005) Jefferson, David (OF, 2000) Johannes, Todd (C, 2002) Johnson, Jace (INF-OF, 1998) Jones, Justin W. (P, 2010) Jones, Travis (2B, 2010)

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Kane, Ryan (3B, 2001-2002) Kartler, Bryce (OF, 2006) Keelin, Chris (P, 2003) Keene, Andre (DH, 2001) Kelly, Chris (3B, 2008) Kelly, John (P, 2006-2007) Kennedy, David (1B, 2001-2002) Kerrigan, Joe (3B, 2003) Kirsten, Rick (P, 2005) Knazek, Scott (C, 2010) Koutrouba, Tom (P, 2001) Kovatch, Billy (OF, 2008) Kramer, Sean (P, 2007) Kuklick, Clay (C, 2006-2007)

Players in bold have at least one game of Major League experience (either before or after their stint with the Jackals)

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L’Italien, Peter (C, 2003) LaFlair, Jay (C, 2004) Larkin, Garrett (INF, 1998, 2000) Larsen, Andrew (OF, 2008) Lauderdale, Matt (C, 2007-2009) Law, Jason (OF/1B, 2003) Lawrence, Horace (OF/ P, 2005) Leandro, Francisco (OF, 2007-2008) Lebron, Francisco (INF, 2005) Lee, Andy (P, 2000) Lemke, Mark (P, 1999-2000) Lentz, Brian (OF, 2005) Leroy, John (P, 2000) Leslie, Myron (1B/OF, 2009) Lewis, Joe (SS, 1999) Lindsey, John (1B/DH, 2005-2006) Lipari, Jack (OF, 2002) Lobban, Ryan (P, 2010) Looper, Aaron (P, 2007) Lopez, Sergio (C, 2005) Lorentson, Mike (P, 2009) Loudon, Gary (P, 2003) Lovelace, Vance (P, 1998)

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Madera, Sandy (C, 2005, 2007) Maddox, Craig (C 2008) Magri, Joe (P, 2003) Magrini, Paul (P, 1998-2000) Malkowski, Brendon (P, 2010) Malone, Corwin (P, 2008) Mangieri, John (P, 2000) Manning, Hank (DH, 1998) Marcotte, Trevor (P, 2003-2004) Martin, Brandon (P, 2008) Martin, Nick (P, 2008) Martinez, Hipolito (OF, 2001) Martinez, Tony (INF, 1999) Maxwell, Keith (INF/DH, 2003) McKee, Scott (C/IF, 2003) Meady, Todd (P, 2001-2002) Mendez, Jairo (P, 2010) Mendoza, Angel (OF, 2001)

Mercado, Manny (P, 1999) Miaso, Curt (INF, 2007) Mihalics, Joseph (2B, 2006-2007) Miller, Jayson (P, 2010) Miller, Josh (P, 2004) Milsom, Geoff (OF, 2006) Miyake, Chris (SS, 2001) Mondesir, James (P, 2005-2006) Moreno, Juan (OF, 2001) Morgan, Shawn (P, 2005) Morrison, Greg (1B-LF, 2000) Murphy, Timothy (P, 2007) Murphy, Tommy (INF/P, 2008) Myers, Aaron (P, 2002-2006)

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Neiman, Nolan (INF, 2005) Neiser, Evan (P, 2004-2005) Nelson, Bryant (2B/SS, 2008) Nesbit, Mike (OF, 2006) Newton, Jordan (C, 2010) Nikolic, Adam (P, 2006) Nielson, Tom (P, 1999) Nivar, Ramon (SS/OF 2008) Nunez, Abraham (3B, 2010) Nunez, Rogelio (C, 1998)

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Oakes, Brian (C, 2005) Odom, Lance (P, 2004) Olsen, D.C. (1B, C, DH, 1998-99) Olsen, Ryan (P, 2005) Ool, Kevin (P, 2007) Orloski, Joe (P, 2005-2006) Oropeza, Willie (C, 1999) Overbey, Seth (P, 2009-2010)

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Pacyna, Ryan (P, 2007-2008) Pagan, Carlos (C, 2003-2004) Pandolfini, Ryan (1B, 1998) Paulus, Andy (OF, 1998) Peltz, Mike (C, 1999) Perez, Timo (OF, 2009) Pavlik, Isaac (P, 2005-2010) Peavey, Bill (1B, 2006) Perez, Julio (P, 2003, 2005) Perkins, Mike (P, 2004) Person, Wilton (OF, 2000) Petersen, Josh (INF, 2010) Petty, Chad (P, 2005) Pickrel, Jeremy (1B, 2007) Piercy, Mike (OF, 2005) Pike, Matt (P, 2003) Pincavitch, Kevin (P, 1998-2001) Pinoni, Scott (DH, 2000)

JACKALS ALL-TIME ROSTER Pomeranz, Stuart (P, 2009) Pontius, Mike (P, 2010) Potter, Mike (OF, 2002) Powell, Matt (P, 2003) Prosise, Nicholas (C, 2006)

Stewart, Quinn (OF, 2009) Stiffler, Matt (1B/OF, 2010) Suchowiecki, Mark (P, 2009) Sweeney, Mike (P, 2001)

Q-Q-Q

Tejeda, Juan (1B, 2008-2009) Terni, Chas (SS, 2001-2002) Terrana, Pete (P, 1999) Therneau, Dave (P, 2004) Thigpen, Jud (OF, 2007) Thomas, Jared (P, 2006) Thompson, Sean (P, 2009) Thornhill, Chad (SS, 2000) Thurmond, Ben (P, 2007) Tisch, Tim (P, 2006) Tressler, Aaron (P, 2008) Tucker, Rusty (P, 2007-2009) Turner, Tim (OF, 2007) Tuttle, Jason (OF, 2006)

Qualben, Dave (P, 2009) Quirk, John (P, 1998)

R-R-R

Ramirez, Emmanuel (P, 2005) Raniere, Chris (INF, 2007) Rapp, Randy (P, 2005) Reichow, Bob (P, 1999, 2001) Reyes, Argenis (2B, 2010) Reyes, Guillermo (SS, 2006-2007) Rich, Billy (OF, 2002) Riggans, Shawn (DH, 2010) Roa, Hector (INF, 1998) Rodriguez, Edward (P, 2010) Rodriguez, Marcos (1B, 2007-2008) Rogow, Eric (P, 1998) Rogowski, Ryan (P, 2009) Rohrbach, Mike (P, 1999-2000) Rosa, Jovan (C/INF, 2010) Rose Jr., Pete (OF, 1998-99) Rossy, Eric (INF, 2001) Rowan, Chris (SS, 2003-2005)

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Sabo, Timothy (P, 2007) Samboy, Nelson (2B, 2001-2002) Samuels, Scott (OF, 2003) Sanders, Marcus (2B, 2008-2009) Santiago, Jayson (OF, 2006) Santucci, Lou (P, 2002) Scanzano, Mike (3B, 2009-2010) Schade, Ryan (OF, 2006) Schlosser, Mark (INF-OF, 2000) Schwab, Chris (OF, 2000) Schwartz, Josh (P, 2006) Seely, Jason (P, 2000) Serafin, Steve (INF, 1998, 2000) Serro, Ted (P, 2008-2009) Shepard, Steven (P, 2009) Slater, Wayne (OF, 1998) Smith, Matt (P, 2003) Smith, Tom (1B-OF, 1998) Smithlin, Zack (OF, 2004-2009) Sneed, John (P, 2003) Sosa, Carlos (OF, 2010) Spitaleri, Stephen (P, 2007) Sponhouse, Charles (P, 2005) Stanton, T.J. (P, 2006) Stegan, Brian (P, 1998)

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U-U-U

Upwood, Jake (P, 2005) Urias, David (3B, 2008)

V-V-V

Valdes, Raul (P, 2006) Valdez, Trovin (OF, 1999) VanDeMark, John (P, 2000) Van Gorder, Mike (P, 2007) Vasami, Chris (P, 2010) Vasquez, Alberto (C, 2003-2004) Veras, Wilton (3B, 2004, 2006-2007) Vicaro, Michael (P, 2006-2009) Virgilio, George (2B, 1998)

W-W-W

Wagner, Matt (P, 2001) Walker, Andy (P, DH, 2002) Walker, Landry (INF, 2009) Walker, Ron (DH, 2001) Wamback, Trevor (P, 2001) Webb, Alan (P, 2001) Weidert, Chris (P, 1998) Wieben, Lou (P, 2004) Williams, Clyde (1B, 2007) White, Scott (INF, 2008) Whitworth, Brad (P, 2004) Wideman, A.J. (P, 2009-2010) Woodring, Jason (P, 1999) Wydner, Dan (OF, 1999) Wylie, Jason (P, 2006)

Y-Y-Y

Yount, Dustin (INF, 2007)

Matt Lauderdale clubbed 23 home runs in three seasons behind the plate for New Jersey.

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