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2012 New Jersey Jackals

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CALFAPIETRA

Managerial Experience: 10th season as Jackals manager (13th overall)

Joe Calfapietra, the longest-tenured manager in the Can-Am League, returns to the Jackals’ dugout for his 10th season as the team’s field manager in 2011. It will mark his 13th year as a professional manager. In 2011, Calfapietra guided the Jackals to a 57-36 regular-season record — the team’s most wins since 2002 — and a trip to the Can-Am League Championship Series. Under Calfapietra, the Jackals have reached the postseason in each of the past three seasons. 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 was named Jackals skipper prior to the 2003 season 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. A three-time league Manager of the Year, Calfapietra has developed a reputation for helping players move from independent to affiliated baseball. Three players he has signed and managed with the Jackals – Craig Breslow, Raul Valdes, and John Lindsey – have reached the major leagues. Since 2006, the Jackals have sold a league-best 25 players to affiliated organizations. Calfapietra, 42, 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 3555 team record and was named the Northern League Manager of the Year. 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 in the NCAA ranks 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 Managerial Experience 2011 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 New Jersey Jackals Gary SouthShore Railcats Allentown Ambassadors Allentown Ambassadors

57-36 42-50 55-39* 43-51 49-44 43-48 48-44 54-39* 52-37 35-55* 43-47 42-43

Coaching Experience 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

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

RECORD WITH NEW JERSEY: 443-383 CAREER MANAGERIAL RECORD: 563-533 * Indicates Manager of the Year honors

QUICK FACTS: JOE CALFAPIETRA  Last name is pronounced cal-fuh-pee-A-tra  Only two current independent managers have been at their team’s helm longer than Calfapietra: Doug Simunic (entering his 17th season with Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks of the American Association) and Sparky Lyle (entering his 15th season with the Somerset Patriots of the Atlantic League).  Spent three years on Ed Ott’s coaching staff when Ott was the manager in Allentown.  Was inducted into the Gary SouthShore Railcats Hall of Fame in 2009.

NEW JERSEY JACKALS MANAGERIAL RECORDS MANAGER

YEARS

Joe Calfapietra 2003-2011 George Tsamis 2001-2002 Kash Beauchamp 1998-2000

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REGULAR SEASON Win % POSTSEASON CHAMPIONSHIPS

443-383 107-72 129-124

.536 .597 .510

13-18 18-8 8-3

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2011 SEASON IN REVIEW 2011 JACKALS JACKALS LEADERS 2010 LEADERS

2011 JACKALS FACTS AND FIGURES

Hits............................. Mike DeJesus (102) Average....................... Myron Leslie (.328) Doubles...... N. Giarraputo & M. Leslie (27) Triples................................ Chris White (4) Home Runs..................... Kris Sanchez (14) RBIs................................. Kris Sanchez (59) Runs............................... Myron Leslie (59) Walks............................. Myron Leslie (69) Strikeouts....................... Kris Sanchez (88) Stolen Bases.....................Sean Smith (37)

»» The Jackals (57-36) returned to the postseason for the third straight year and made easy work of the Pittsfield Colonials in the first round, notching a three-game sweep to snap a string of eight consecutive playoff losses dating back to 2007. The Jackals outscored the Colonials 21-4 in the series, which was played entirely at Yogi Berra Stadium. New Jersey then fell to the Quebec Capitales, 3-1, in the best-of-five Can-Am League Championship Series.

Wins.................................Isaac Pavlik (13) Losses................................... Jon Kibler (6) Saves................................... Jeff Gogal (15) Appearances.............S. Fox & J. Locke (41) ERA.........................James Leverton (2.38) Innings.........................Isaac Pavlik (131.2) Walks.................................Shaun Ellis (30) Strikeouts.......................Isaac Pavlik (112)

»» Two Jackals were voted to the Can-Am League Postseason All-Star Team – southpaw Isaac Pavlik and catcher Myron Leslie. Pavlik, who won his first eight decisions, was named the league’s all-star left-handed pitcher after winning 13 games to top his previous career high of eight. The Rutherford native led the league in strikeouts, innings pitched, and games started while ranking second in wins and complete games and third in ERA. In his first season behind the plate, Leslie batted a career-high .328 to finish sixth in the league, besting his previous career high by 40 points while hitting nine homers, driving in 51 runs, swiping a career-best 14 bases, The 2011 Jackals finished 57-36, marking the and leading the league in walks. second-highest win total in franchise history.

CAN-AM 2011 LEAGUE POSTSEASON 2010LEAGUE CAN-AM ALL-STARS ANDALL-STARS AWARDS POSTSEASON C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF DH LHP RHP RP

Myron Leslie, New Jersey Jackals Chris Colabello, Worcester Tornadoes Danny Bomback, Pittsfield Colonials Mark Minicozzi, Worcester Tornadoes Dominic Ramos, Brockton Rox Keith Brachold, Brockton Rox Danny Santiesteban, Newark Bears Chris Valencia, Brockton Rox Nick Salotti, Worcester Tornadoes Isaac Pavlik, New Jersey Jackals Bryan Rembisz, Quebec Capitales Adrian Martin, Rockland Boulders

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Chris Colabello, Worcester Tornadoes

MANAGER OF THE YEAR

Jamie Keefe, Pittsfield Colonials

“STAR OF STARS”

Chris Colabello, Worcester Tornadoes

ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR Quebec Capitales

BEST PLAYING FIELD

Provident Bank Park (Rockland Boulders)

»» A trio of Jackals’ left-handed hurlers helped New Jersey sweep Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month honors in 2011. Pavlik took home June honors, going 5-0 with a 1.66 ERA with three complete games. James Leverton followed, finishing July 4-2 with a 1.90 ERA. A.J. Wideman, who was sidelined by a groin injury for much of the first half, went 6-0 with a 1.15 ERA in August as he closed out the season winning his final seven starts. »» The Jackals sold the contracts of three players to major league organizations over an eight-day span from July 25 through August 2: outfielder Leonard Davis, Leverton, and second baseman Argenis Reyes. »» The Jackals powered into the playoffs behind the strength of a 10-game winning streak heading into their final series of the regular season, winning 30 second-half games for just the second time in the franchise’s 14-year history

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2011 JACKALS BY THE NUMBERS Overall Record..................................57-36 1st Half.............................................27-20 2nd Half............................................30-16 At Home...........................................36-16 On the Road.....................................21-20 vs. LH starters.....................................9-11 vs. RH starters..................................48-25 Extra Innings.........................................3-2 One-Run Contests............................14-13 Shutouts.............................................13-2 May......................................................2-3 June..................................................19-10 July...................................................15-13 August................................................20-7 September............................................1-3 Leading after 7...................................50-3 Tied after 7...........................................4-1 Trailing after 7....................................3-32 When Scoring in First Inning..............23-4 Opponent Scores in First Inning.......10-20 Scoring First........................................39-8 Opponent Scores First......................18-28 When Homering...............................35-17 When Playing Error-Free..................26-14 When Starter Goes 7.0+ Innings........19-4

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2011 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS - FIRST HALF (27-20) Gm Date Opponent 1 5/26 2 5/27 3 5/28 4 5/29 5/30 5 5/31 6 6/1 6/2 7 6/3 8 6/4 9 6/5 10 6/6 11 6/7 12 6/8 13 6/9 14 6/10 15 6/11 16 6/12 17 6/13 6/14 18 6/15 19 20 6/16 21 6/17 22 6/18 23 6/19 24 6/20 25 26 6/21 27 6/22 28 6/23 29 6/24 30 6/25 31 6/26 6/27 32 6/28 33 6/29 34 6/30 35 7/1 36 7/2 37 7/3 7/4 7/5 38 7/6 39 7/7 40 7/8 41 7/9 42 7/10 43 7/11 44 7/12 7/13 45 7/14 46 7/15 47 7/16 

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Record Pos. GA/GB Att.

@ Pittsfield W 8-4 Pavlik (1-0) Paronto (0-1) 1-0 T-1st N/A 1,223 @ Pittsfield L 5-2 Qualben (1-0) Leverton (0-1) Lluberes (1) 1-1 T-3rd -1 906 @ Pittsfield L 4-3 Lyons (1-0) Gogal (0-1) 1-2 6th -2 522 @ Newark L 4-3 Eden (1-0) Wideman (0-1) Mehlich (1) 1-3 7th -3 620 OFF DAY vs Newark W 7-6 Locke (1-0) And. Pluta (0-1) Gogal (1) 2-3 T-5th -2.5 1,752 vs Newark W 10-5 Leverton (1-1) Estrada (0-1) Gogal (2) 3-3 5th -2 1,850 OFF DAY vs Rockland L 11-10 Velasquez (1-1) Vasami (0-1) A. Martin (3) 3-4 6th -3.5 2,787 vs Rockland W 8-7 Gogal (1-1) Gardner (1-1) 4-4 6th -3.5 3,334 vs Rockland W 13-1 Pavlik (2-0) Hodges (1-1) 5-4 4th -2.5 2,167 vs Rockland W 3-2 (10) Bartleski (1-0) K. Wilson (0-2) 6-4 4th -2.0 1,063 @ Newark L 8-4 Wild (2-1) Pontius (0-1) 6-5 4th -2.0 245 @ Newark W 4-0 Vasami (1-1) Kalb (0-1) 7-5 4th -1.5 783 vs Newark L 11-9 Ant. Pluta (1-1) Gogal (1-2) Mehlich (2) 7-6 4th -2.0 1,090 vs Worcester W 5-1 Pavlik (3-0) Serino (0-2) 8-6 4th -2.0 2,965 vs Worcester L 10-1 Zuercher (3-1) Leverton (1-2) 8-7 4th -3.0 3,585 vs Worcester W 7-6 Ellis (1-0) Gedman (0-1) Gogal (3) 9-7 4th -3.0 3,707 vs Pittsfield L 6-4 Moran (2-1) Vasami (1-2) Lyons (2) 9-8 4th -3.5 968 vs Pittsfield PPD - Rain (rescheduled as part of a doubleheader on June 15) vs Pittsfield L 9-0 (7) Paronto (1-3) Bartleski (1-1) 9-9 vs Pittsfield W 4-0 (7) Pavlik (4-0) Qualben (1-1) 10-9 4th -5.0 989 vs Pittsfield W 6-3 Leverton (2-2) M. Flores (0-3) 11-9 4th -5.0 1,185 @ Rockland W 7-3 (7+) Kulik (1-0) Lincoln (1-2) Fox (1) 12-9 4th -5.0 1,302 @ Rockland L 5-4 A. Martin (1-0) Locke (1-1) 12-10 4th -6.0 3,211 @ Rockland W 10-4 Ellis (2-0) Muller (0-2) 13-10 4th -5.0 3,371 vs New York L 3-2 (7) Hassett (1-2) Wideman (0-2) Worthington (1) 13-11 vs New York W 6-4 (7) Pavlik (5-0) Streaman (0-1) 14-11 5th -4.5 2,081 vs New York W 10-0 Leverton (3-2) Kukucka (1-1) 15-11 4th -4.5 1,439 vs New York W 2-1 Kulik (2-0) Petrowski (1-2) Gogal (4) 16-11 3rd -4.0 1,141 vs New York W 15-7 Vasami (2-2) Raymond (0-1) 17-11 2nd -4.0 1,323 @ Brockton W 4-3 Ellis (2-0) F. Flores (2-1) Hunt (1) 18-11 2nd -4.0 2,522 @ Brockton W 3-1 Pavlik (6-0) Sampson (2-2) Fox (1) 19-11 2nd -4.0 1,240 @ Brockton W 4-0 Wideman (1-2) M. Smith (3-3) Fox (2) 20-11 2nd -4.0 1,893 OFF DAY vs Quebec W 2-1 Leverton (4-2) Sausville (3-1) Gogal (5) 21-11 2nd -3.0 1,017 vs Quebec L 10-4 Kulik (2-1) Rembisz (3-1) 21-12 2nd -4.0 1,713 vs Quebec L 8-3 Mariotti (2-0) Ellis (3-1) 21-13 2nd -5.0 1,796 vs Quebec W 4-1 Pavlik (7-0) Rusch (3-3) Gogal (6) 22-13 2nd -4.0 885 vs New York L 9-7 Kukucka (2-1) Kibler (0-1) Shepard (2) 22-14 2nd -5.0 2,902 vs New York W 18-0 Leverton (5-2) Pardo (0-3) 23-14 2nd -5.0 660 OFF DAY OFF DAY @ Quebec L 11-5 Mariotti (3-0) Kulik (2-2) 23-15 2nd -6.5 2,124 @ Quebec L 3-2 (12) Duguay (3-0) Gogal (1-3) 23-16 2nd -7.5 4,066 @ Quebec W 4-0 Leverton (6-2) Gelinas (5-3) 24-16 2nd -6.5 3,617 @ Quebec W 7-2 Locke (2-1) Bobo (3-1) Gogal (7) 25-16 2nd -5.5 4,140 @ Worcester L 7-6 Serino (2-5) Petrowski (1-3) Asadoorian (6) 25-17 2nd -6.5 1,369 @ Worcester L 14-5 McDonald (1-1) Kulik (2-3) 25-18 2nd -7.5 1,039 @ Worcester W 9-4 Pavlik (8-0) Cooper (2-2) 26-18 2nd -7.5 968 OFF DAY Wednesday vs Brockton L 12-7 M. Smith (5-4) Leverton (6-3) 26-19 2nd -7.5 1,643 vs Brockton L 4-3 Birosak (5-0) Kibler (0-2) Kennedy (1) 26-20 3rd -8.5 1,074 vs Brockton W 13-2 Gagg (1-0) F. Flores (4-3) 27-20 2nd -8.5 3,527

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Game Notes Five-run second inning, Pavlik strikes out 10 on opening day Mike Jones: second straight night w/ a two-run homer Slayden: game-tying HR in top of 9th. Welch: walk-off HR First-ever regular-season meeting between teams Trailed 5-1 in 2nd, White GW HR in 8th one of three Jackals HRs 18 hits equals most by Jackals since 8/4/10 at Sussex Trailed 10-0 in the third inning. Giarraputo: two doubles Overcame 7-0 deficit. NJ Bullpen: 1 hit in 5 shutout innings Led 9-0 after two innings. Pavlik: 7 innings, 1 run, 10 K, 0 BB Slayden: bases-loaded walk on 12-pitch AB in 10th inning Davis and Sanchez: three hits each Vasami, Fox, and Locke combine on four-hit shutout Game ended at 1:13 a.m. after 2 hour, 42 minute rain delay Pavlik: 1st CG in the league this year (73 of 98 pitches strikes) WOR: built 10-0 lead. Zuercher: seven shutout innings Jackals trailed 4-1, but scored six runs in the sixth inning PIT: scored three runs in first, never trailed Paronto: 1st career CG shutout Pavlik: 2nd straight CG. Giarraputo: 2-for-3, HR, 2B, 3 RBIs Sanchez: 2-for-4, 2B, HR, 5 RBIs (7 on season entering game) Scored 7 unanswered, game called (fog) w/ 2 outs in top 8th Davis: 3-for-4, 2 HR, 2B. Mollica: walk-off homer in 9th Tied franchise record w/ five HRs (Jones & Slayden 2, Davis 1) Federals had lost nine straight and 19 of last 20 (were 2-19) Pavlik: 3rd straight CG Leverton: eight shutout innings (86 pitches) All three runs scored in the first inning Jackals jumped out to 13-2 lead through four innings Ellis: 6 IP, 1 run. NJ never trailed after Reyes leadoff HR Pavlik: first Can-Am League pitcher to reach six wins 7th straight win. Wideman: 5.2 shutout innings 8th straight win. Jones: two-run single in 1st inning Loss snaps eight-game winning streak Wagner (QUE): single shy of cycle, 3-for-5 w/ 4 RBIs DeJesus: HR shy of a cycle. Pavlik: 1 run in 7.2 innings w/ 9 Ks Kibler: Jackals debut. Brad Jackson: 4-for-4, 2 2B, 3 RBIs Season-high 20 runs and 18 hits

Sanchez: 2-for-3, 2B, first-inning grand slam D’Aoust (QUE): bases-loaded GW walk in 12th Leverton: career-high 12 Ks Six-run ninth inning (Leslie & Sanchez homered) Tying and winning runs scored on bases-loaded walks in 6th Worcester: three HRs Davis: 3-for-5, HR, four RBIs Brockton: jumped out to 6-0 lead. Jackals: four errors Trailing 4-0, Jackals scored three runs in the 8th inning Gagg: first career start. White: 4-for-4, 3 doubles

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2011 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS - SECOND HALF (30-16) Gm Date Opponent

W/L Score

48 7/17 49 7/18 50 7/19 51 7/20 52 7/21 53 7/22 54 7/23 55 7/24 7/25 56 7/26 57 7/26 58 7/27 59 7/28 7/29 60 7/30 61 62 7/31 63 8/1 64 8/2 65 8/3 8/4 66 8/5 67 8/6 68 8/7 69 8/8 70 8/9 71 8/10 72 8/11 73 8/12 74 8/13 8/14 8/15 75 8/16 76 8/17 77 8/18 8/19 78 8/20 79 80 8/21 8/22 81 8/23 82 8/24 83 8/25 84 8/26 85 86 8/27 8/28 87 8/29 88 8/30 89 8/31 90 9/1 91 9/2 92 9/3 93 9/4

L 2-1 Blevins (5-2) Pavlik (8-1) Martin (12) W 5-0 (7) Ellis (4-1) Knippschild (0-1) W 5-4 Leverton (7-3) Velasquez (3-4) W 11-10 Moore (1-0) A. Martin (3-1) Fox (3) W 3-2 Gagg (2-0) Putnam (1-2) Gogal (8) W 4-3 Pavlik (9-1) Schult (0-2) Gogal (9) W 7-5 Ellis (5-1) Streaman (1-4) Gogal (10) L 5-3 Kukucka (3-4) Leverton (7-4) Foltz (1) PPD - Rain (rescheduled as part of a doubleheader on July 26) L 3-2 (7) Zuercher (8-5) Kibler (0-3) Asadoorian (9) W 11-8 (7) Moore (2-0) Gregory (0-2) L 2-1 Gilblair (3-4) Pavlik (9-2) Asadoorian(10) L 3-2 (12) Gedman (2-1) Gogal (1-4) PPD - Rain (rescheduled as part of a doubleheader on July 30) W 4-2 (7) Moore (3-0) Qualben (4-5) Gogal (11) W 2-0 (7) Leverton (8-4) Rubio (0-1) L 9-2 Wink (3-0) Kibler (0-4) W 7-0 Wideman (2-2) Sausville (4-4) W 2-0 Pavlik (10-2) Mariotti (7-1) Fox (4) L 11-8 Duda (5-0) Ellis (5-2) Thursday L 10-8 Zenko (6-1) Fox (0-1) L 6-5 Rubio (1-1) Petrowski (1-4) W 8-4 Wideman (3-2) Flores (2-8) L 11-3 Paronto (7-5) Pavlik (10-3) W 9-7 Locke (3-1) Oliveros (2-2) Gogal (12) W 9-5 Moore (4-0) Gelinas (6-5) L 11-0 Rusch (6-4) Kibler (0-5) W 5-0 Wideman (4-2) Lobban (4-1) W 5-0 Pavlik (11-3) Cooper (5-3) Rained Out (will not be rescheduled)

@ Rockland @ Rockland @ Rockland vs Rockland vs New York vs New York vs New York vs New York @ Worcester @ Worcester @ Worcester @ Worcester @ Worcester vs Pittsfield vs Pittsfield vs Pittsfield vs Pittsfield vs Quebec vs Quebec vs Quebec OFF DAY @ Pittsfield @ Pittsfield @ Pittsfield @ Pittsfield @ Quebec @ Quebec @ Quebec vs Worcester vs Worcester vs Worcester OFF DAY vs New York vs New York vs New York vs Rockland @ Rockland @ Rockland vs Rockland OFF DAY @ Newark @ Newark @ Newark vs Brockton vs Brockton vs Brockton OFF DAY vs Brockton vs Newark vs Newark vs Newark @ Brockton @ Brockton @ Brockton

WP

LP

SV

Record

Pos. GA/GB

Att.

27-21 (0-1) 28-21 (1-1) 29-21 (2-1) 30-21 (3-1) 31-21 (4-1) 32-21 (5-1) 33-21 (6-1) 33-22 (6-2)

T-5th -1.0 T-4th -1.0 T-3rd -1.0 T-2nd -1.0 T-1st N/A T-1st N/A 1st +0.5 1st +0.5

2,569 1,463 2,243 3,653 1,332 1,379 875 1,767

Pavlik: first loss of the season (fourth CG of year, 8 IP, 2 runs) Came called due to rain in middle of 7th. Ellis: 7 hits, 0 runs Leverton: 8 shutout innings. Rockland: 4 unearned runs in 9th Jackals rallied for 10 runs in the 8th inning to erase 10-1 deficit Sanchez: 2-for-3, 2B, RBI, run. Gagg: 6 IP, 1 ER Fox and Gogal: 2 IP, 0 hits, 4 Ks NJ: four homers by Sanchez (2), Anderson, and Davis Jackals never led after Eddie Lantigua 3-run HR in the 1st inning

Game Notes

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

N/A N/A T-1st N/A 2nd -1.5 4th -1.5

N/A 1,068 1,615 1,688

Jackals fell behind 3-0 in the first inning Led 5-0, Trailed 7-5, Led 11-7, Won 11-8 (8 combined errors) Pavlik: 5th CG of season, 8 IP, 2 runs, 5 hits Salotti: game-tying, 2-run HR in 9th. Colabello: walk-off in 12th

35-25 (8-5) 36-25 (9-5) 36-26 (9-6) 37-26 (10-6) 38-26 (11-6) 38-27 (11-7)

N/A 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

N/A -1.5 -1.5 -0.5 -0.5 -1.0

N/A 3,062 1,193 971 1,241 2,640

Moore: 6 IP, 1 run, 5 hits. NJ scored 2 unearned runs. Leverton: CG 1-hit shutout. Sanchez: 2-run HR in 6th inning Pittsfield jumped out to 8-0 lead. Molina: 4-for-5, 3 doubles Wideman, Fox, Locke, Gogal combine on three-hit shutout Sanchez: 2-run HR in 1st. NJ Pitching: 19.2 straight scoreless Jackals committed a season-high five errors (3 unearned runs)

38-28 (11-8) 38-29 (11-9) 39-29 (12-9) 39-30 (12-10) 40-30 (13-10) 41-30 (14-10) 41-31 (14-11) 42-31 (15-11) 43-31 (16-11)

3rd -2.5 3rd -3.5 3rd -3.5 4th -4.0 3rd -3.5 3rd -3.0 4th -4.0 4th -3.0 T-3rd -2.0

1,046 356 545 447 4,270 1,817 2,065 1,260 2,870

NJ scored 6 runs in 2nd inning, PIT scored 7 runs in 3rd inning Jackals left 12 runners on base (7 in scoring position) Sean Smith: 5-for-6, 3 runs, RBI Paronto: 125 pitches, 7 IP, 1 ER. Pavlik: 5 IP, 8 runs, 11 hits Back-to-back HRs by Newton and White in 8th inning Teams combined for seven unearned runs Kibler took perfect game into 6th. Quebec: 5 HRs in 7th inning Wideman: 7.2 shutout innings, 5 hits, 0 walks, 1 K Pavlik: 7 shutout innings. Sanchez: 3-for-4, 2 doubles

L 8-4 Masklee (1-0) Fox (0-2) 43-32 (16-12) 4th -2.5 1,245 Federals outhit Jackals 14-7 to snap 10-game losing streak W 2-0 Moore (5-0) Pardo (0-10) Gogal (13) 44-32 (17-12) T-3rd -1.5 1,591 Moore: eight shutout innings to improve to 5-0 W 7-2 Kibler (1-5) Putnam (1-7) 45-32 (18-12) 3rd -1.5 1,746 Railsback, Gunderson, J. Ellis retired all 9 faced (25 pitches) Rained Out (rescheduled as part of a doubleheader on August 20 at Rockland - New Jersey will serve as the visiting team) W 4-1 Wideman (5-2) Muller (2-6) Gunderson (1) 46-32 (19-12) N/A N/A N/A Jackals had two hits as Muller tied league record w/ 9 walks W 4-3 Pavlik (12-3) Knippschild (1-4) Gogal (14) 47-32 (20-12) 2nd -0.5 3,452 Anderson: 2-for-3, HR, 2B, 3 RBIs L 8-4 Velasquez (6-4) S. Ellis (5-3) Hodges (1) 47-33 (20-13) 2nd -1.5 1,591 Loss snaps four-game winning streak (had won 6 of last 7) Monday W 11-7 Locke (4-1) P. Rivera (0-1) 48-33 (21-13) 2nd -0.5 967 Four Newark errors led to five unearned Jackals runs W 9-4 Kibler (2-5) Parker (0-1) 49-33 (22-13) 1st +0.5 817 Giarraputo: 4 RBIs. Sanchez: triple shy of the cycle W 7-1 Wideman (6-2) Gaynor (5-3) 50-33 (23-13) 1st +0.5 1,584 Wideman: wins 6th straight w/ 1 unearned run in 6.2 innings W 5-4 Gunderson (1-0) Hale (0-3) 51-33 (24-13) N/A N/A N/A Sanchez walk-off, pinch-hit 1B in 8th inning (Newton scored) W 3-2 Locke (5-1) Kennedy (2-3) 52-33 (25-13) 1st +1.5 1,203 Madera walk-off two-run HR w/ two outs & two strikes in 8th W 5-3 Locke (6-1) Loye (3-6) 53-33 (26-13) N/A N/A 1,443 Suspended in the 4th inning due to rain (completed on 8/29) (Game moved to Friday, August 26 as part of a doubleheader due to Hurricane Irene) W 5-1 Kibler (3-5) Sampson (9-5) Gunderson (2) 54-33 (27-13) 1st +1.5 1,169 Jackals clinched playoff spot w/ 11th win in last 12 games W 6-1 WIdeman (7-2) Parker (0-2) 55-33 (28-13) 1st +1.5 1,286 Wideman: 7 shutout innings. Sabatella: 3-for-4, 3 RBIs W 7-2 Pavlik (13-3) A. Smith (9-3) 56-33 (29-13) 1st +1.5 2,124 Pavlik: career-high 13 K. Smith: 4 SB (46th = new league record) W 11-4 Locke (7-1) P. Rivera (0-2) 57-33 (30-13) 1st +2.0 2,522 Jackals tied league record with 9 steals (10th straight win) L 18-4 Sampson (10-5) Moore (5-1) 57-34 (30-14) 1st +2.0 2,734 Moore: 14 earned runs allowed (ties Can-Am League record) L 10-6 Kennedy (3-3) Kibler (3-6) 57-35 (30-15) 1st +1.0 3,406 Sabatella: 4-for-5, 3 RBIs L 6-2 F. Flores (7-9) Mendez (0-1) 57-36 (30-16) T-1st N/A 2,257 Jackals: left season-high 16 runners on base (Rox clinch playoffs)



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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Year Manager

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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 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 57-36

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 Second Can-Am/Second 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 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 Lost championship

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 84,865

OPENING DAY HISTORY All-Time: 11-3

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 May 26, 2011: Jackals 8, Pittsfield Colonials 4

At Home: 9-5

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 May 31, 2011: Jackals 7, Newark Bears 6

JACKALS ALL-TIME vs. OPPONENTS - REGULAR SEASON CURRENT OPPONENTS

REGULAR SEASON PLAYOFFS

Newark Bears Quebec Capitales Rockland Boulders Worcester Tornadoes

FORMER OPPONENTS

9-3 80-98 1-6 10-4 51-51 0-3

Aces (travel team) Adirondack/Bangor Lumberjacks Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs Allentown Ambassadors Atlantic City Surf Berkshire Black Bears Brockton Rox Catskill Cougars Elmira Pioneers Grays (travel team) Massachusetts Mad Dogs Nashua Pride/New Hampshire New Haven County Cutters New York Federals (travel team) North Shore Spirit Ottawa Rapidz Pittsfield Colonials Sussex Skyhawks Waterbury Spirit

9-5 52-42 6-3 39-25 6-3 53-31 5-0 10-10 18-6 71-58 1-3 12-13 47-47 3-2 19-11 10-14 32-24 2-3 24-36 10-4 27-37 3-2 9-5 12-22 3-0 43-32 21-15

Winnipeg Goldeyes

6-2

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9-3 8-6 10-4 6-6

9-8

13-10 2-11

5-4

5-11

13-10 10-4

5-5

2004 1998-2004 1998-2002 1998-2003 2007-2008 2002-2003 2002-2011 1998-2000 1998-2005 2005-2007 1998-1999 2006-2009 2004-2007 2011 2003-2007 2008 2010-2011 2006-2010 1998-2000 2001-2002

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ALL-TIME PLAYOFF RESULTS 1998 — NORTHEAST LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

2003

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)

2004 — 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)

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)

9/4/03 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) 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)

9/9/99 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)

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)

2001 — NORTHERN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

2007

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) 9/17/01 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) 9/24/01 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)

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)

2011

9/8/11 Jackals 5, Pittsfield Colonials 1 9/9/11 Jackals 8, Pittsfield Colonials 2 9/10/11 Jackals 8, Pittsfield Colonials 1 (Jackals Win Series 3-0)

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)

9/13/11 Quebec Capitales 3, Jackals 0 9/14/11 Quebec Capitales 4, Jackals 3 9/15/11 Jackals 5, Quebec Capitales 1 9/16/11 Quebec Capitales 6, Jackals 4 (Quebec Wins Can-Am League Championship Series, 3-1)

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)

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JACKALS AWARD WINNERS Northern League All-Star Game MVP

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

Northeast League Player of the Year

Wilton Veras (2004)

Northern League East Player of the Year

Northern League East Manager of the Year

George Tsamis (2002)

Northeast League GM of the Year

Leo Kirk (1998)

Can-Am League Executive of the Year

Carmine Capuccio (1999)

Ben Wittkowski (2005)

Baseball America Independent Player of the Year

Joe Calfapietra (2009)

Northeast League Pitcher of the Year

New Jersey Jackals (2010)

Northern League Post-Season MVP

A.J. Wideman (P) - August 2011 James Leverton (P) - July 2011 Isaac Pavlik (P) - June 2011 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

Carmine Cappuccio (1999) John DeSilva (1998)

Trey Beamon (2001) Dave Callahan (2002)

Northeast League Post-Season MVP

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

Can-Am League Manager of the Year Can-Am League Organization of the Year Players and Pitchers of the Month

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)

Northeast League Manager of the Year

Joe Calfapietra (2004)

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PLAYERS AND PITCHER OF THE WEEK James Leverton (8/1/2011) Shaun Ellis (7/25/2011 James Leverton (7/11/2011) James Leverton (7/4/2011) Jeff Gogal - P (6/6/2011) 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)

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

Northeast League All-Star Selections

Northern League All-Star Game Selections

Myron Leslie - C (2011, honored) Isaac Pavlik - LHP (2011, honored) 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 Note: Managers Kash Beauchamp managed the East in ‘99 and ‘00 and George Tsamis managed the East in ‘01 and ‘02

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YEAR-BY-YEAR BATTING LEADERS Batting Average 1998 D.C. Olsen (.327) 1999 Carmine Cappuccio (.349) 2000 Ender Gonzalez (.331) 2001 Aaron Fera (.355) 2002 Billy Rich (.342) 2003 John Anderson (.318) 2004 Wilton Veras (.369) 2005 Zack Smithlin (.358) 2006 John Lindsey (.311) 2007 Sandy Madera (.364) 2008 Luke Allen (.324) 2009 Mike Scanzano (.301) 2010 Abraham Nunez (.307) 2011 Myron Leslie (.328)

Doubles 1998 Saul Bustos, D.C. Olsen (21) 1999 Carmine Cappuccio (28) 2000 Ender Gonzalez (20) 2001 Peter DeYoung (23) 2002 Chas Terni (34) 2003 Travis Bailey (28) 2004 Wady Almonte & Wilton Veras (29) 2005 Zack Smithlin (20) 2006 Wilton Veras (23) 2007 Sandy Madera (23) 2008 Luke Allen (23) 2009 Marcus Sanders, Quinn Stewart (16) 2010 Mike DeJesus (17) 2011 Myron Leslie, Nick Giarraputo (27)

Runs 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Home Runs 1998 Keith Gordon (16) 1999 Carmine Cappuccio (17) 2000 Marc Fink (6) 2001 Aaron Fera (18) 2002 Travis Bailey (16) 2003 Darren Blakely (13) 2004 Chris Rowan (23) 2005 Steve Checksfield (10) 2006 John Lindsey (10) 2007 Sandy Madera (21) 2008 Juan Tejeda (14) 2009 Myron Leslie (18) 2010 Jabe Bergeron (19) 2011 Kris Sanchez (14)

Triples 1998 D.C. Olsen (4) 1999 Brian Davis, Trovin Valdez (3) 2000 Chris Dean (10) 2001 Juan Moreno (4) 2002 Travis Bailey (6) 2003 Travis Bailey (7) 2004 Alberto Vasquez (5) 2005 Ricardo Cordova (10) 2006 Joe Mihalics (4) 2007 Francisco Leandro (3) 2008 Luke Allen (3) 2009 Ryan Rogowski (6) 2010 Adam Godwin (10) 2011 Chris White (4)

Stolen Bases 1998 Gary Collum (20) 1999 Essex Burton (34) 2000 Chris Dean (26) 2001 Juan Moreno (17) 2002 Travis Bailey & Billy Brown (14) 2003 John Anderson (17) 2004 Zack Smithlin (14) 2005 Zack Smithlin (40) 2006 Zack Smithlin (28) 2007 Zack Smithlin (33) 2008 Zack Smithlin (33) 2009 Ryan Rogowski (28) 2010 Kevin Clark (27) 2011 Sean Smith (37)

Runs Batted In 1998 Keith Gordon (70) 1999 Carmine Cappuccio (75) 2000 Mark Burke, Josh Brinkley (31) 2001 David Kennedy (60) 2002 Travis Bailey (75) 2003 Travis Bailey, Darren Blakely (59) 2004 Kevin Grijak (77) 2005 John Lindsey (62) 2006 Guillermo Reyes (47) 2007 Sandy Madera (75) 2008 Juan Tejeda (63) 2009 Myron Leslie (75) 2010 Jabe Bergeron (63) 2011 Kris Sanchez (59)

Extra-Base Hits 1998 Saul Bustos, D.C. Olsen (38) 1999 Carmine Cappuccio (46) 2000 Chris Dean (28) 2001 Aaron Fera (39) 2002 Travis Bailey (46) 2003 Travis Bailey (47) 2004 Wady Almonte (40) 2005 Ricardo Cordova (34) 2006 John Lindsey (30) 2007 Sandy Madera (44) 2008 Juan Tejeda (38) 2009 Myron Leslie (31) 2010 Jabe Bergeron, Jacob Butler (31) 2011 Myron Leslie, Kris Sanchez (37)

Games Played 1998 Saul Bustos (84) 1999 D.C. Olsen (83) 2000 Chris Dean (84) 2001 David Kennedy (90) 2002 Travis Bailey (89) 2003 Travis Bailey (89) 2004 Kevin Grijack (90) 2005 Steve Checksfield & Zack Smithlin (90) 2006 Joe Mihalics (88) 2007 Joe Mihalics (92) 2008 Zack Smithlin (94) 2009 Marcus Sanders (93) 2010 Kevin Clark (91) 2011 Mike DeJesus, Myron Leslie (89)

Hits 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Walks 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Strikeouts 1998 Keith Gordon (67) 1999 Brian Davis (75) 2000 Marc Fink (65) 2001 David Kennedy (68) 2002 Travis Bailey (80) 2003 Travis Bailey (92) 2004 Chris Rowan (97) 2005 Steve Checksfield (62) 2006 John Lindsey (51) 2007 Jud Thigpen & Clyde Williams (64) 2008 Marcus Sanders (68) 2009 Quinn Stewart (87) 2010 Jacob Butler (73) 2011 Kris Sanchez (88)

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) Myron Leslie, Mike DeJesus (102)

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) Myron Leslie (69)

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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) Myron Leslie (59)

YEAR-BY-YEAR PITCHING LEADERS Games Pitched 1998 Mike Hartung (40) 1999 Mike Hartung (39) 2000 Joe Bauldree (33) 2001 Jon Hand (35) 2002 Scott Allan (28) 2003 Ben Grezlovski (36) 2004 Evan Neiser (36) 2005 Isaac Pavlik (28) 2006 Adam Nikolic (31) 2007 Justin Garza (41) 2008 Justin Barnes (38) 2009 Seth Overbey (41) 2010 Mike Pontius (42) 2011 Steve Fox, Jared Locke (41)

Saves 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Earned Run Average 1998 Kevin Pincavitch (0.83) 1999 Jason Woodring (2.90) 2000 Cory Lima (2.83) 2001 Joel Bennett (2.57) 2002 Joel Bennett (2.93) 2003 Joel Bennett (1.93) 2004 Evan Neiser (2.75) 2005 Joel Bennett (2.68) 2006 Raul Valdes (2.81) 2007 Hunter Davis (1.15) 2008 Rusty Tucker (1.85) 2009 A.J. Wideman (2.51) 2010 Edward Rodriguez (3.26) 2011 Steve Fox (2.28)

Games Started 1998 Paul Magrini (16) 1999 Paul Magrini (18) 2000 Kevin Pincavitch (19) 2001 Joel Bennett (19) 2002 Aaron Myers (20) 2003 Aaron Myers (20) 2004 Jackson Crowther (19) 2005 Joe Orloski (20) 2006 Joe Orloski (16) 2007 Josh Brey (19) 2008 Isaac Pavlik (20) 2009 Isaac Pavlik (18) 2010 Ryan Lobban (18) 2011 Isaac Pavlik (19)

Innings Pitched 1998 Paul Magrini (101.2) 1999 Kevin Pincavitch (113.2) 2000 Kevin Pincavitch (131) 2001 Joel Bennett (129.1) 2002 Aaron Myers (140.0) 2003 Aaron Myers (119.0) 2004 Jackson Crowther ( 117.1) 2005 Joe Orloski (140.1) 2006 Joe Orloski (123.2) 2007 Isaac Pavlik (113.1) 2008 Isaac Pavlik (135.2) 2009 A.J. Wideman (114.2) 2010 Ryan Lobban (103.2) 2011 Isaac Pavlik (131.2)

Complete Games 1998 John DeSilva (4) 1999 Kevin Pincavitch (4) 2000 Kevin Pincavitch (7) 2001 Joel Bennett (4) 2002 Aaron Myers (7) 2003 several tied at (1) 2004 Jackson Crowther (4) 2005 Josh Brey (4) 2006 Raul Valdes (3) 2007 John Kelly (1) 2008 Ted Serro (2) 2009 Isaac Pavlik (3) 2010 Isaac Pavlik (2) 2011 Isaac Pavlik (5)

Wins 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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) Isaac Pavlik (13)

Strikeouts 1998 John DeSilva (90) 1999 Kevin Pincavitch (97) 2000 Kevin Pincavitch (114) 2001 Joel Bennett (118) 2002 Joel Bennett (141) 2003 Aaron Myers (89) 2004 Aaron Myers (113) 2005 Isaac Pavlik (100) 2006 Joel Bennett (85) 2007 Isaac Pavlik (93) 2008 Isaac Pavlik (82) 2009 A.J. Wideman (81) 2010 Isaac Pavlik (78) 2011 Isaac Pavlik (112)

Shutouts 1998 Paul Magrini (2) 1999 Combined Shutouts (2) 2000 Kevin Pincavitch (1) 2001 Joel Bennett (2) 2002 Aaron Myers (2) 2003 Aaron Myers (1) 2004 Aaron Myers & Brad Whitworth (1) 2005 Josh Brey & Aaron Myers (1) 2006 Aaron Myers (2) 2007 Combined Shutouts (5) 2008 Combined Shutouts (3) 2009 Isaac Pavlik (1) 2010 Isaac Pavlik (2) 2011 Shaun Ellis, Isaac Pavlik (1)

Losses 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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) Jon Kibler (6)

Walks 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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) Jeff Gogal (15)

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) Shaun Ellis (30)

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Hits Inning........................................ 12 (6/30/08 vs. Worcester, 4th inning) Game........................28 (8/14/02 at Allentown & 6/30/08 vs. Worcester) Season................................................................................... 956 (2005) Runs 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 Inning................................... 3 (6/15/02, game 2 vs. Elmira, 4th inning) Game............................................................. 5 (7/18/98 at Adirondack, 7/28/99 at Mass., & 6/19/11 at Rockland) Season..................................................................................... 88 (2002) Extra-Base Hits Game.............................................................13 (8/15/02 at Allentown) Season................................................................................... 304 (2005) Stolen Bases Game................................................................... 9 (9/1/11 vs. Newark) Season................................................................................... 121 (2011) INDIVIDUAL BATTING RECORDSBATTING INDIVIDUAL

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Hits Game.........................................6 (Billy Brown – 8/14/02 at Allentown) Season........................................................... 135 (Zach Smithlin, 2005) Runs Game............................................ 6 (Chas Terni, 8/15/02 at Allentown) Season............................................................. 79 (Zach Smithlin, 2005) Homeruns Game...................................... 3 (Saul Bustos, 7/18/98 at Adirondack & Chas Terni, 8/12/02 at Allentown) Season............................................................... 23 (Chris Rowan, 2004)

Grand Slam Homeruns (23) 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 Mike Jones...................... 7/3/11 vs. New York Federals, 6th inning Kris Sanchez.......................................7/7/11 @ Quebec, 1st inning Nick Santomauro............................8/5/11 @ Pittsfield, 2nd inning CycleS (3) 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. QuĂŠbec (4-5, 3 RBI, 2 runs)

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS 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)

Runs Batted In Game..............................................7 (John Lindsey, 5/28/05 at Grays & 6/26/05 at Brockton) Season................................................................ 77 (Kevin Grijak, 2004)

Doubles Game.......................................3 (Last: Chris White, 7/16/11 at Brockton) Season...................................................................34 (Chas Terni, 2002) Triples Game........................................ 2 (Last: Kevin Clark, 8/9/10 vs Quebec) Season......................... 10 (Chris Dean, 2000 & Ricardo Cordova, 2005) Stolen Bases Game............... 4 (3x during 2011 season - S. Smith 2x, B. Sabatella 1x) Season............................................................. 40 (Zach Smithlin, 2005) Longest Hitting Streak 39 games (Carmine Cappuccio, 7/16/99 to 8/28/99) Consecutive Hits 7 (Ender Gonzalez, 6/14/00 vs. Waterbury to 6/17/00 vs. Catskill) Most Consecutive Games With a Home Run 4 (Jacob Butler, 6/11/10 to 6/17/10)

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

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

Most Hits Game.......................................................... 24 (7/12/05 vs. Brockton) Season................................................................ 827 (1999 and 2011)

Most Losses Season............................... 9 (Joe Orloski, 2006 & Aaron Myers, 2006 & Jackson Crowther, 2004) Career......................................................34 (Isaac Pavlik, 2005-2011)

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

Most Games Pitched Season........................................................... 42 (Mike Pontius, 2010) Career....................................................149 (Isaac Pavlik, 2005-2011) Most Games Started Season.............................20 (Aaron Myers, 2002 & Joe Orloski, 2005 & Isaac Pavlik, 2008) Career....................................................109 (Isaac Pavlik, 2005-2011) 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 Season....................... 7 (Kevin Pincavitch, 2000 & Aaron Myers, 2002) Career................................................... 15 (Joel Bennett, 2001-2007)

One Hitters Thrown by Jackals Pitchers (6) 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) James Leverton (7/30/11 vs. Pittsfield, game two, 2-0)

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CAREER BATTING TOP 10 Games Played 1. Zach Smithlin 2. Craig Conway 3. Mike DeJesus 4 Wilton Veras 5. Chris Rowan 6. Josh Brinkley 7. Matt Lauderdale 8. Myron Leslie 9. Travis Bailey 10. David Kennedy

472 294 260 252 233 214 201 181 178 176

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Batting Average (minimum 220 at-bats) 1. Sandy Madera .355 (2005, ‘07, ‘11) Aaron Fera .355 (2001) 3. Ricardo Cordova .351 (2005-2006) 4. Carmine Cappuccio .349 (1999) 5. Billy Rich .342 (2002) 6. Ender Gonzalez .331 (2000) 7. Wady Almonte .327 (2004) 8. Luke Allen .324 (2008) 9. John Lindsey .315 (2005-2006) 10. Nick Giarraputo .308 (2011) HITS 1. Zach Smithlin 2. Wilton Veras 3. Mike DeJesus 4. Craig Conway 5. Josh Brinkley 6. Chris Rowan 7. Matt Lauderdale 8. Travis Bailey 9. Sandy Madera 10. Marcus Sanders

503 299 288 278 217 213 212 203 199 197

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Home Runs 1. Chris Rowan 2. Sandy Madera 3. Travis Bailey 4. Myron Leslie 5. D.C. Olsen 6. Matt Lauderdale 7. Josh Brinkley 8. Jabe Bergeron John Lindsey Ryan Kane

44 31 28 27 26 23 20 19 19 19

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RBIs 1. Wilton Veras 2. Zach Smithlin 3. Travis Bailey Chris Rowan 5. Mike DeJesus 6. Myron Leslie 7. Sandy Madera 8. Matt Lauderdale David Kennedy 10. Craig Conway

153 152 134 134 133 126 122 112 112 105

(2004, 2006-2007) (2004-2009) (2002-2003) (2003-2005) (2009-2011) (2009, 2011) (2005, 2007, 2011) (2007-2009) (2001-2002) (2001-2005)

(199-561) (82-231) (139-396) (105-301) (97-284) (80-242) (105-321) (103-318) (141-447) (101-328)

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Runs Scored 1. Zach Smithlin 2. Wilton Veras 3. Craig Conway 4. Chris Rowan 5. Mike DeJesus 6. Marcus Sanders 7. Myron Leslie 8. Travis Bailey 9. John Anderson 10. Matt Lauderdale

287 146 145 141 139 132 130 127 117 116

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Stolen Bases 1. Zack Smithlin 2. Marcus Sanders 3. Sean Smith 4. Essex Burton Josh Brinkley 6. Ryan Rogowski 7. Kevin Clark Travis Bailey 9. Chris Dean 10. Guillermo Reyes

154 40 37 34 34 28 27 27 26 25

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Doubles 1. Wilton Veras 2. Zach Smithlin 3. Travis Bailey 4. Mike DeJesus 5. Craig Conway 6. Matt Lauderdale 7. Sandy Madera Ryan Kane Chas Terni 10. Myron Leslie

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Triples 1. Travis Bailey 2. Chris Dean Chris Rowan Ricardo Cordova 5. Zach Smithlin Steve Checksfield 7. Marcus Sanders 8. Ryan Rogowski John Lindsey D.C. Olsen John Lindsey

13 10 10 10 8 8 7 6 6 6 6

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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

39 23 23 23 16 16 15 14 14 13

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Games Started 1. Isaac Pavlik 2. Joel Bennett 3. Aaron Myers 4. Kevin Pincavitch 5. Josh Brey 6. Paul Magrini 7. A.J. Wideman 8. Jackson Crowther 9. Joe Orloski 10. Mike Bertotti

109 100 83 46 44 43 39 37 36 30

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Wins 1. Joel Bennett 2. Isaac Pavlik 3. Aaron Myers 4. Kevin Pincavitch 5. A.J. Wideman 6. Mike Bertotti 7. Paul Magrini 8. Jackson Crowther 9. Joe Orloski 10. Josh Brey

59 55 37 23 21 19 17 15 14 13

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Losses 1. Isaac Pavlik 2. Aaron Myers 3. Joel Bennett 4. Josh Brey Kevin Pincavitch 6. Paul Magrini 7. Joe Orloski 8. Jackson Crowther 9. Ted Serro Michael Vicaro Andy High Bob Reichow

34 32 19 15 15 14 13 12 11 11 11 11

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Saves 1. Rusty Tucker 2. Mike Hartung 3. Fabricio Benitez 4. Romas Hicks 5. Jeff Gogal 6. Ben Grezlovski Matt Wagner Julio Perez 9. Ryan Halla 10. Clay Eason

59 29 21 19 15 10 10 10 9 8

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Innings Pitched 1. Isaac Pavlik 2. Joel Bennett 3. Aaron Myers 4. Kevin Pincavitch 5. Joe Orloski 6. Paul Magrini 7. Josh Brey A.J. Wideman 9. Jackson Crowther 10. Ted Serro

769.1 660 543 334.1 264 255.0 234.1 234.1 228.1 201.2

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Strikeouts 1. Joel Bennett 2. Isaac Pavlik 3. Aaron Myers 4. Kevin Pincavitch 5. Mike Bertotti 6. Paul Magrini 7. Michael Vicaro 8. Jackson Crowther 9. A.J. Wideman 10. Andy High

632 605 418 279 196 185 178 172 150 148

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Walks 1. Joel Bennett 2. Isaac Pavlik 3. Aaron Myers 4. Kevin Pincavitch 5. Josh Brey 6. Michael Vicaro 7. Paul Magrini 8. Mike Bertotti 9. Joe Orloski 10. Jackson Crowther

206 155 143 106 104 86 84 83 70 62

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Complete Games 1. Joel Bennett 2. Isaac Pavlik 3. Aaron Myers 4. Kevin Pincavitch 5. Paul Magrini 6. Steve Fish 7. Mike Bertotti 8 Joe Orloski Jackson Crowther John DeSilva Josh Brey

15 14 13 11 8 6 5 4 4 4 4

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Shutouts 1. Aaron Myers 2. Isaac Pavlik 3. Joel Bennett 4. Paul Magrini Steve Fish 6. John DeSilva Kevin Pincavitch Mike Bertotti Jeremy Callier Brad Whitworth Josh Brey Shaun Ellis

Earned Run Average (MINIMUM 30 IP) 1. Jason Dietrich 1.45 (1998) 2. John DeSilva 1.56 (1998) 3. Pete Hartmann 1.70 (1998) 4. Ben Grezlovski 1.72 (2003-2004) 5. Rusty Tucker 1.97 (2007-2009) 6. Kevin Gieras 2.27 (1998) 7. Steve Fox 2.28 (2011) 8. Todd Meady 2.63 (2001-2002) 9. Cory Lima 2.83 (2000) 10. Joel Bennett 2.84 (2001-2007)

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JACKALS FRANCHISE TIMELINE 1997

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.

July 18, 1998

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.

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

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.

October 1999

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.

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.

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.

July-August 1998

August 1, 2000

August 5, 1998

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-ofthe-Year.

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.

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.

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.

June 18, 1999

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.

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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.

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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.

er 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

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.

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 two-run home run to complete the walkoff no-hitter.

September 22, 2001

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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 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 righthander will set a Jackals’ record by winning 14 games during the season.

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.

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

June 23, 2002

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

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.

July 14, 2002

May 17, 2003

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 outfield-

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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.

September 4, 2003

A day after Mother Nature forces the cancellation of their firstround 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 the Brockton Rox.

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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 one-game 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.

July 28, 2005

Jackals’ first baseman John Lindsey’s contract is sold to the Florida Marlins. Lindsey, who later returned to the Jackals before making his MLB debut with the Dodgers in 2010, was batting .321 with nine home runs and 62 RBIs for New Jersey.

July 29, 2005

Aaron Myers hurls eight innings of two-hit, shutout baseball as the Jackals defeat the Grays, 12-0.

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June 22, 2006

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

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.

July 1, 2006

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.

August 28, 2007

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.

September 3, 2007

The Jackals drop their sixth straight game, 10-6 at New Haven County, to stumble into the postseason.

September 8, 2007

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.

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June 6, 2009

Joel Bennett announces his retirement after a 17-year 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 sixthinning 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.

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. 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 five 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.

June 25, 2009

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.

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.

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June 28, 2008

The Jackals score a Can-Am League record 21 runs on a league record-tying 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 round-tripper 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.

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

July 16, 2009

The Jackals clinch the Can-Am League First-Half 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 right-hander 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 game-ending triple play on a grounder to third base off the bat of Juan Tejeda.

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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.

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.

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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June 2, 2010

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.

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.

June 15, 2010

June 3-4, 2011

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

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.

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In the first-ever meeting between the Jackals and Rockland Boulders, New Jersey falls behind, 10-0, early before a comeback falls just short in an 11-10 loss. The next night, the Jackals erase an early 7-0 deficit to come away with an 8-7 win.

June 6, 2011

The Jackals walk-off with a win – literally – as outfielder Jeremy Slayden draws a bases-loaded free pass after a 12-pitch at-bat in the bottom of the 10th inning.

June 9, 2011

After a lengthy rain delay prior to first pitch, the Jackals finally wrap up an 11-9 victory over the Bears at 1:13 a.m. at Yogi Berra Stadium.

June 10, 2011

Isaac Pavlik throws 73 of his 98 pitches for strikes as he fires the Can-Am League’s first complete game of the season.

June 19, 2011

The Jackals pick on the short porch at Rockland’s Provident Bank Park, tying a franchise record with five home runs. Mike Jones and Jeremy Slayden each leave the ballpark twice while Leonard Davis knocks a pitch out of the stadium to right center.

June 20, 2011

Manager Joe Calfapietra notches his 400th regular-season win with the Jackals in game two of a doubleheader against the New York Federals.

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July 9, 2011

Trailing late, the Jackals rally for six runs in the ninth inning thanks in large part to home runs by Kris Sanchez and Myron Leslie to salvage a series split with a 7-2 victory at Stade Municipal.

September 1, 2011

On the final day of the regular season, the Jackals tie a Can-Am League record with nine stolen bases against the Newark Bears in Little Falls.

July 17 2011

Left-hander Isaac Pavlik suffers his first loss of the season after beginning the year 8-0. Pavlik finishes the season 13-3.

July 25, 2011

Outfielder Leonard Davis has his contract sold to the Washington Nationals, becoming the first of three Jackals sold to affiliated organizations over an eight-day span. Second baseman Argenis Reyes is sold to the Cleveland Indians on July 31 and southpaw James Leverton has his contract purchased by the Florida Marlins on August 2.

July 30, 2011

The Jackals retire former outfielder Zach Smithlin’s number four in a ceremony between games of a doubleheader against the Pittsfield Colonials. The Fair Lawn native spent six season with New Jersey (2004-09)

August 9, 2011

The Jackals use back-to-back blasts in the ninth inning by Jordan Newton and Chris White to power past the Quebec Capitales, 9-7, in Quebec City.

August 11, 2011

In one of the most unusual pitching performances in recent memory, Jon Kibler takes a perfect game into the sixth inning in Quebec City only to be chased from the contest after allowing home runs to each of the first four batters he faces in the seventh.

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September 10, 2011

The Jackals finish off a three-game sweep of the Pittsfield Colonials in the first round of the Can-Am League playoffs. The series helped New Jersey snap an eight-game playoff losing streak that dated back to 2007. The contest marked the final game the Colonials’ franchise would play.

September 15, 2011

Faced with a must-win game three as Can-Am League Championship Series shifts to Quebec City, Jon Kibler takes a no-hitter into the seventh inning and the Jackals smashed three home runs to extend their season one more day.

September 16, 2011

New Jersey’s bullpen has a string of 18.2 consecutive scoreless postseason innings snapped as the Jackals fall to the Quebec Capitales in the fourth and deciding game of the Can-Am League Championship Series in Quebec City.

The Jackals clinch a playoff spot behind the strength of their 11th win in their last 12 games.

August 31, 2011

Isaac Pavlik, a 10-year veteran, sets a career high with 13 strikeouts while Sean Smith swipes his 46th bag of the season to break the Can-Am League single-season record.

August 23, 2011

The Jackals acquire outfielder Bryan Sabatella in a trade with the Shreveport-Bossier Captains of the American Association in exchange for cash and a player to be named later. Sabatella bats .442 with 16 RBIs and eight stolen bases over the season’s final 12 games, going 13-for-20 with runners in scoring position, before leading the team in batting in the postseason.

August 26, 2011

After Kris Sanchez rips a walk-off, pinch-hit single in extra innings in game one of a doubleheader against the Brockton Rox, Sandy Madera smashes a two-run, walk-off homer off the batters’ eye in the nightcap with the Jackals down to their final strike of the contest at Yogi Berra Stadium.

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Zach

OUTFIELDER

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SMITHLIN

Seasons with Jackals: six (2004-2009) Number Retired: July 30, 2011 vs. Pittsfield Born: 10/12/1980 in Paterson, N.J. Hometown: Fair Lawn, N.J. College: Penn State Bats: Switch Throws: Right Professional Experience: eight seasons

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WORTH NOTING

»» Switch-hitting outfielder spent more time with the Jackals (six seasons) than any other position player in organization history. 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).

»» Smithlin’s number was retired by the Jackals on July 30, 2011 between games of a doubleheader against the Pittsfield Colonials.

»» 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.

»» 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 York-Penn League outpost at Skylands Park before signing with the Jackals in 2004. »» Smithlin spent his entire eight-year career in the Garden State, including his first professional season in 2003 with the New Jersey Cardinals and brief stints during his final season in 2010 with the Atlantic League’s Somerset Patriots and Newark Bears.

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BENNETT

Seasons with Jackals: seven (2001-2007) Number Retired: August 22, 2008 vs. Brockton Born: 1/31/1970 in Binghamton, N.Y. Hometown: Windsor, N.Y. College: East Stroudsburg University Bats: Right Throws: Right Professional Experience: 17 seasons

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WORTH NOTING

»» In seven seasons with New Jersey (2001-2007), Bennett went 59-19 and posted a 2.83 ERA while striking out 632 batters in 660 innings and leading the Jackals to three league championships (2001, 2002, and 2004)

»» Bennett’s number was retired by the Jackals on August 22, 2008 prior to a contest against the Brockton Rox.

»» Bennett holds almost every Jackals pitching record, including most wins in a season (14 in 2002), career wins, and strikeouts. On June 23, 2002, he set the team’s single-game strikeout record when he fanned 16 Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs. »» Arguably Bennett’s best season in a Jackals’ uniform came in 2003 when he compiled an 8-1 record with a miniscule 1.93 ERA in 12 starts. »» Bennett announced his retirement following the 2007 season at the age of 38 after 17 seasons and over 1,800 innings.

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»» Bennett appeared in seven major league games for the Phillies and Orioles in 1998 and 1999. »» During several of his seasons with the Jackals, Bennett pulled double duty, both playing and serving as New Jersey’s pitching coach. In each of his final five seasons with New Jersey, Bennett, who spent the offseason as a physical education teacher near his hometown of Binghamton, N.Y., joined the Jackals midway through the season in June. »» Bennett was selected in the 21st round of the 1991 draft by the Boston Red Sox out of East Stroudsburg University.

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CATCHER

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BERRA

Born: 5/12/1925 in St. Louis, Mo. Resides: Montclair, N.J. Bats: Left Throws: Right Major League Experience: 19 seasons

WORTH NOTING »» Berra is a long-time Montclair resident. »» The Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center overlooks the stadium’s first-base side. »» Berra Was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1972 following a 19-year major league career spent entirely with the New York Yankees. He was an 18-time All-Star and a three-time MVP.

»» He is one of just six managers in major league history to lead both an American and a National League club to the World Series. As a player and a coach, Berra appeared in 21 World Series. »» While there was never an official ceremony to retire Berra’s number at Yogi Berra Stadium, no Jackal has ever worn number eight. Berra’s number is one of two number eights retired by the Yankees (the other is fellow catcher Bill Dickey).

SMITHLIN’SCAREER CAREER STATISTICS STATISTICS WITH NEW JERSEY JOELZACH BENNETT’S WITH NEW JERSEY Year Age 2004 23 2005 24 2006 25 2007 26 2008 27 2009 28 TOTALS

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

HR 0 1 0 0 1 0 2

RBI 16 32 21 47 27 9 152

SB CS 14 1 40 10 28 6 33 8 33 4 6 3 154 32

BB SO 34 31 34 40 47 41 45 34 46 36 14 9 220 191

BA .300 .358 .223 .294 .280 .262 .293

OBP .381 .417 .331 .378 .363 .360 .375

SLG .341 .435 .244 .334 .329 .298 .340

JOELBENNETT’S BENNETT’S CAREER STATISTICS WITHWITH NEW JERSEY JOEL CAREER STATISTICS NEW JERSEY Year Age 2001 31 2002 32 2003 33 2004 34 2005 35 2006 36 2007 37 TOTALS

W L 10 5 14 2 8 1 6 4 11 2 7 3 3 2 59 19

ERA 2.57 2.93 1.93 3.72 2.68 2.91 3.24 2.83

G 22 18 12 12 14 14 12 104

GS CG SH SV IP 19 4 2 3 129.1 18 5 1 0 129.0 12 1 0 0 70.0 12 2 0 0 72.2 13 2 0 0 90.2 14 1 0 0 96.0 12 0 0 0 72.1 100 15 3 3 660

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H 104 105 62 69 81 79 71 571

BB 42 40 19 38 23 27 17 206

SO 118 141 74 80 81 85 53 632

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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, Chris (C, 2011) Anderson, Doug (3B, 2007) Anderson, Jeff (INF, 1999) Anderson, John (LF/DH, 2003-04) Arnott, George (C, 2000) Asselin, Nick (P, 2009-2010) Atlee, Tom (P, 2007-2008)

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Bailey, Travis (OF, 2002-03) Baker, Casey (OF, 2006) Ballon, John (1B, 2004) Bane, Jaymie (P, 1999) Banks, Demetrius (P, 2007) Barnes, Justin (P, 2008) Bartleski, Phillip (P, 2011) 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, 2004-05) Bennett, Joel (P, 2001-2007) Bergeron, Jabe (1B, 2010) Bertotti, Mike (P, 2001-2002) Betteridge, Dan (INF, 2010-2011) 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, 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, 2004-05) 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) Clyne, Stephen (P, 2011) Conway, Craig (INF, 2001-2005) Collins, Ed (P, 1998) Collum, Gary (OF, 1998) Consolmagno, Mike (OF, 2010) Cordova, Ricardo (INF, 2005-06) Corporan, Elvis (INF, 2005) Craddox, Kenny (OF, 1998, 2000) Crowther, Jackson (P, 2003-2004) Cuchetti, Tony (P, 1999)

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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, Leonard (OF, 2011) Davis, Quentin (OF, 2009-2010) Dean, Chris (2B-CF, 2000) Deck, Ronnie (C, 1999) DeJesus, Mike (SS, 2009-2011) DelPriore, Rob (P, 1999) Demperio, Mike (INF, 2011) 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, 2002-03)

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Eason, Clay (P, 2000) Edelstein, Chris (OF, 1999) Edmondson, Jerod (OF, 2009) Elder, Rick (1B, 2004) Ellis, Josh (P, 2011) Ellis, Shaun (P, 2010-2011) 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)

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Fish, Steve (P, 2001-2002) Fitzgerald, Kevin (P, 2007) Flores, Angel (C, 2010) Forthun, Dean (C, 2010) Foulks, Jason (P, 2000) Fox, Steve (P, 2011) Frazier, Alex (OF, 2007)

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Gaal, Bryan (P, 2006) Gagg, Bobby (P, 2011) Garcia, Chris (1B, 2009) Garza, Justin (P, 2007) Gentekos, Dan (P, 2005) George, Chris (P, 2002) George, Kyle (P, 2007) Giarraputo, Nick (3B, 2011) Gieras, Kevin (P, 1998) Gil, Benji (INF, 2005) Glendenning, Mike (1B/OF, 2003) Godwin, Adam (OF, 2010) Gogal, Jeff (P, 2011) 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) Gunderson, Kyle (P, 2011) Guzman, Juan (P, 2004)

H-H-H

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) Hunt, Jeremy (P, 2011) Hunton, Jon (P, 2007) Hummel, Dan (C, 2001) Humphries, Justin (INF, 2009) Humrich, Chris (P, 2002) Hutchings, Andy (P, 2005)

I-I-I

Infante, Juan (INF, 2004)

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James, Drue (C, 2000) Janzen, Marty (P, 2005) Jefferson, David (OF, 2000) Jimenez, D’Angelo (INF, 2011) Johannes, Todd (C, 2002) Johnson, Jace (INF-OF, 1998) Jones, Justin W. (P, 2010) Jones, Mike (DH, 2011) Jones, Travis (2B, 2010)

K-K-K

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) Kibler, Jon (P, 2011) 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) Kulik, Ryan (P, 2011)

L-L-L

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, 2007-08) Lebron, Francisco (INF, 2005) Lee, Andy (P, 2000) Lemke, Mark (P, 1999-2000) Lentz, Brian (OF, 2005) Leroy, John (P, 2000) Leslie, Myron (1B/C, 2009, 2011) Leverton, James (P, 2011) Lewis, Joe (SS, 1999) Lindsey, John (1B/DH, 2005-06) Lipari, Jack (OF, 2002) Lobban, Ryan (P, 2010) Locke, Jared (P, 2011) Looper, Aaron (P, 2007) Lopez, Sergio (C, 2005) Lorentson, Mike (P, 2009) Loudon, Gary (P, 2003) Lovelace, Vance (P, 1998)

M-M-M

Madera, Sandy (C/DH, 2005,07,11) 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)

JACKALS ALL-TIME ROSTER M-M-M

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)

N-N-N

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)

O-O-O

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)

P-P-P

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) Pomeranz, Stuart (P, 2009) Pontius, Mike (P, 2010) Potter, Mike (OF, 2002) Powell, Matt (P, 2003) Prosise, Nicholas (C, 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) Stewart, Quinn (OF, 2009) Stiffler, Matt (1B/OF, 2010) Suchowiecki, Mark (P, 2009) Sweeney, Mike (P, 2001)

Q-Q-Q

T-T-T

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, 2006-07) Rich, Billy (OF, 2002) Riggans, Shawn (DH, 2010) Roa, Hector (INF, 1998) Rodriguez, Edward (P, 2010) Rodriguez, Marcos (1B, 2007-08) 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)

S-S-S

Sabo, Timothy (P, 2007) Samboy, Nelson (2B, 2001-2002) Samuels, Scott (OF, 2003) Sanders, Marcus (2B, 2008-2009) Santiago, Jayson (OF, 2006)

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)

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)

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, 2006-07) Vicaro, Michael (P, 2006-2009) Virgilio, George (2B, 1998)

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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