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NEW JERSEY JACKALS GAME NOTES NEW JERSEY JACKALS (0-0) at SUSSEX SKYHAWKS (0-0) Thursday, May 27, 2010 ● 7:05 p.m. Skylands Park ● Augusta, NJ Game #1 ● Road Game #1 (0-0) New Jersey Jackals Media Relations • Yogi Berra Stadium • Little Falls, NJ • Contact: Cody Chrusciel (cchrusciel@jackals.com)

2010 JACKALS AT A GLANCE Overall Record..................................... 0-0 1st Half................................................ 0-0 2nd Half............................................... 0-0 At Home.............................................. 0-0 On the Road........................................ 0-0 Day...................................................... 0-0 Night.................................................... 0-0 Streak................................................. N/A Last 5 games........................................ 0-0 Last 10 games...................................... 0-0 vs. LH starters...................................... 0-0 vs. RH starters..................................... 0-0 May..................................................... 0-0 June..................................................... 0-0 July...................................................... 0-0 August................................................. 0-0 September........................................... 0-0 White Jersey........................................ 0-0 Gray Jersey.......................................... 0-0 Red Jersey........................................... 0-0 Black Jersey......................................... 0-0 Special Jersey...................................... 0-0

FOLLOW THE JACKALS You can listen to every pitch of the 2010 Jackals season online at jackals.com. For home games, the live webcast will also be broadcast in-stadium on 88.0 FM. Cody Chrusciel returns for his third season as the Jackals play-by-play announcer. Broadcasts begin ten minutes prior to first pitch with Jackals’ pregame. WEBSITE: jackals.com BROADCAST: jackals.com/webcast.asp LIVE STATS: canamleague.com TWITTER: twitter.com/jackalsbaseball FACEBOOK: facebook.com/jackalsbaseball BLOG: newjerseyjackals.wordpress.com

TONIGHT’S PROBABLE STARTERS FOR NEW JERSEY: LHP A.J. Wideman FOR SUSSEX: LHP Jeff Icenogle A.J. Wideman, last season’s All-Star Left-Handed Pitcher, makes his first opening-day start for the Jackals against Skyhawks’ left-hander Jeff Icenogle. The two southpaws matched up in last Saturday’s exhibition game, with Wideman hurling two perfect innings while Icenogle allowed two runs on one hit with four walks and two strikeouts.

A.J. Wideman

THE MATCHUP

Since Sussex joined the Can-Am League in 2006, New Jersey leads the all-time regular-season series 27-19. The teams will meet 24 times during the 2010 regular season.

EXHIBITION EXCITEMENT

In the lone exhibition contest for either team, the Jackals defeated the Skyhawks, 7-6, in Little Falls on Saturday, May 22 behind a walk-off single by outfielder Jeff Grose in the bottom of the ninth inning with Duaner Sanchez on the mound. New Jersey was outhit 11-5 with three of the Jackals’ hits coming during the ninth-inning rally, but seven Sussex pitchers combined to walk 16 batters. A.J. Wideman started for New Jersey and tossed two perfect innings while Romas Hicks retired all three batters he faced in the top of the ninth to earn the win. Jackals’ outfielder Quentin Davis tripled while outfielder Jacob Butler drew three walks, two with the bases full.

OPENING ACT

The Jackals are 10-2 all-time on opening day, with their last loss coming in 2001 against the Adirondack Lumberjacks. New Jersey opened last season by defeating the American Defenders of New Hampshire 10-0 on the road behind six shutout innings by Isaac Pavlik. In 2008, the Jackals traveled to Ontario and blanked the Ottawa Rapidz 6-0 as Aaron Tressler hurled six innings and allowed just one hit. 2010 marks the Jackals’ 13th season as a franchise.

SKYHAWKS SKIPPER

Ed Ott begins his first season as the Skyhawks’ manager after spending the past three years as Jackals’ manager Joe Calfapietra’s hitting and third base coach. The 59-year-old Ott played eight seasons in the Majors with the Pittsburgh Pirates and California Angels and was the Pirates’ catcher during their 1979 World Championship season. Ott has also spent four years as a coach with the Houston Astros (1989-93) and five seasons as the manager of the now-defunct Allentown Ambassadors, where Calfapietra was one of his assistant coaches. Ott takes over the Sussex helm from another former Major Leaguer, Hal Lanier, who left the Skyhawks after two seasons to manage the expansion Normal CornBelters of the independent Frontier League. Lanier guided the Skyhawks to a league title in 2008, his first year as the team’s manager.

LEAGUE-TESTED, JACKALS-APPROVED

This offseason, New Jersey acquired pitchers Chris Allen and Ryan Lobban, giving the Jackals four of the Can-Am League’s top 10 ERA leaders from a season ago. A.J. Wideman, who led the league with a 2.51 ERA, and Isaac Pavlik, whose 3.66 ERA ranked ninth, both return. Lobban’s 3.56 mark with Worcester placed him seventh while Allen’s 3.71 clip for Quebec qualified for 10th.

UPCOMING PROBABLES Friday 5/28 Saturday 5/29 Sunday 5/30 Monday 5/31

at Sussex at Sussex at Sussex at Pittsfield

6:35 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m.

RHP Dan Griffin RHP Nick Asselin LHP Ryan Lobban RHP Chris Allen

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RHP Jusef Frias RHP Mike McGuire RHP Daniel Berlind TBA

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2010 NEW JERSEY JACKALS GAME NOTES BACK IN THE NEW JERSEY GROOVE

The Jackals return seven players from last year’s 55-39 team, including five pitchers. Outfielder Quentin Davis’s .344 batting average would have led the league if he had enough at-bats to qualify, while shortstop Mike DeJesus was a Can-Am League All-Star after finishing fifth in the circuit with 66 RBIs. Left-hander A.J. Wideman was the league’s Pitcher of the Year, Isaac Pavlik led the Jackals with 18 starts, Romas Hicks’ 1.85 ERA placed him second among Can-Am League relievers, Seth Overbey led the league with 41 appearances, and Nick Asselin tied for the league-lead with 10 wins after coming over from New Hampshire in an August trade.

FAMILIAR FACES, NEW PLACES

Several members of the 2009 Jackals have resurfaced in the Can-Am League with the Sussex Skyhawks in 2010. New Skyhawks’ manager Ed Ott spent the past three seasons as New Jersey’s hitting and third base coach. Pitcher Kevin Gunter, who posted eight wins out of the Jackals’ bullpen in 2009, joins Ott and in Augusta.

NEW JERSEY, VIA TORONTO

Nearly a fifth of the Jackals’ roster has found its way to New Jersey via the Toronto Blue Jays organization. Four current players, including outfielder Jacob Butler and pitchers Seth Overbey, Edward Rodriguez, and A.J. Wideman have all spent time with the Blue Jays. Other recent Jackals who had previously passed through the Toronto system are right-hander Ted Serro, who pitched with the Jackals in 2008-09, and southpaw Dave Qualben, who made five starts for New Jersey in 2009.

2009 JACKALS LEADERS Hits......................... Marcus Sanders (108) Average..................... Quentin Davis (.344) Doubles................ Sanders & Stewart (16) Triples........................... Ryan Rogowski (6) Home Runs.................... Myron Leslie (18) RBIs................................ Myron Leslie (75) Runs.......................... Marcus Sanders (74) Walks............................. Myron Leslie (64) Strikeouts....................Quinn Stewart (87) Stolen Bases............... Ryan Rogowski (28) Wins.............................A.J. Wideman (10) Losses....................................Ted Serro (7) Saves...............................Rusty Tucker (24) Appearances................. Seth Overbey (41) ERA............................A.J. Wideman (2.51) Innings.....................A.J. Wideman (114.2) Walks.................... Giuseppe Granitto (33) Strikeouts.....................A.J. Wideman (81)

ALUMNI UPDATE

Several notable former Jackals are making an impact in affiliated baseball. Left-hander Craig Breslow (2004) is in his second season working out of the Oakland A’s bullpen. Left-hander Raul Valdez (2006) earned his first trip to the majors on April 22 when he was promoted to the New York Mets. Valdes tossed three shutout innings against Philadelphia on May 25 to notch his first career save. Former Jackals’ first baseman John Lindsey (2005 & 2006) re-signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers this offseason and is currently playing for the Triple-A Albequerque Isotopes. Lindsey was named the Pacific Coast League’s Batter of the Week the first week of the season when he hit .538 in the Isotopes first 10 games. He hit his 200th career home run on May 26. Myron Leslie (2009) is with the Advanced-A Tampa Yankees. Right-hander Stuart Pomeranz (2009) has transitioned from a starter to a reliever for the Tulsa Drillers, the Double-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. Since 2006, 20 Jackals have been sold to major league organizations.

MAJOR LEAGUE FLAVOR

Three current Jackals have spent time in the major leagues. Leading the pack is 34-year-old infielder Abraham Nunez, who spent 12 seasons in the majors with the Pirates, Cardinals, Phillies, and Mets. Infielder Shawn Riggans has spent time at the major league level each of the past four seasons, appearing in 64 games with the Tampa Bay Rays. Argenis Reyes spent parts of the past two seasons patrolling the infield for the New York Mets.

FIVE-STAR QUALITY

In addition to manager Joe Calfapietra being named Can-Am League manager of the year for the second time in his seven-year career with New Jersey, the 2009 Jackals placed a league-high five players on the Can-Am League Postseason All-Star Team. First baseman Myron Leslie, shortstop Mike DeJesus, and outfielder Jerod Edmondson all earned league laurels while A.J. Wideman was selected as the league’s top left-handed pitcher and closer Rusty Tucker was named the circuit’s top reliever. Edmondson, who finished the season with the Jackals, led the league with a .332 batting average while Wideman posted a league-best 2.51 ERA while tying for the league lead with 10 wins. Tucker’s 24 saves tied him for the league lead with Brockton’s Gerald Dunn.

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2010 JACKALS vs OPPONENTS Brockton............................................... 0-0 Pittsfield............................................... 0-0 Quebec................................................. 0-0 Sussex................................................... 0-0 Worcester............................................. 0-0

2009 JACKALS vs OPPONENTS Brockton............................................... 8-6 New Hampshire.................................. 14-8 Quebec............................................. 13-10 Sussex................................................... 7-5 Worcester......................................... 13-10

JACKALS ALL-TIME vs CURRENT OPPONENTS Brockton................................ 52-46 (2002) Pittsfield/NH/Nashua............23-18 (2006) Quebec.................................. 56-78 (1999) Sussex.................................... 27-19 (2006) Worcester.............................. 37-34 (2005)

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TODAY’S PROBALE STARTER - NEW JERSEY JACKALS LHP A.J. WIDEMAN

#27

10-1, 2.51 ERA (18 starts) 2009 w/ New Jersey Height: 5’10” Weight: 190 Age: 24 Bats: Right Throws: Left Born: 6/8/85 in Mississauga, Ontario Resides: Mississauga, Ontario College: drafted out of high school Drafted: 2003, 11th round (Montreal Expos) Experience: eighth season (second with Jackals)

2009 BREAKDOWN Opp. Avg: vs Right: vs Left: GB/FB:

.214 .244 .160 136/107

RISP: .300 (21-70) RISP, 2 Outs: .278 (10-36) vs Leadoff: .170 (19-112) Bases Loaded: .250 (1-4)

SEE PLAYER BIO AND MEDIA GUIDE FOR MORE INFORMATION

WIDEMAN’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME DATE G# 05/30/09 2 06/06/09 1 06/11/09 1 06/17/09 06/23/09 06/28/09 07/04/09 07/10/09 07/16/09 07/22/09 1 07/26/09 2 08/01/09 1 08/07/09 08/12/09 08/19/09 08/26/09 2 08/30/09 09/04/09

OPP NHP BRO QUE WOR QUE WOR WOR NHP WOR NHP QUE WOR QUE NHP WOR NHP SSX QUE

H/R DEC GS GF CG R 1 H 1 R W 1 H W 1 R W 1 H 1 R W 1 H 1 R W 1 R W 1 H W 1 R L 1 H 1 H 1 H 1 R W 1 H W 1 R W 1

IP 4.0 6.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 7.0 8.0 8.0 7.0 5.0 6.0 5.0 7.2 7.0 6.0 5.0 5.0 7.0

H 7 3 7 3 1 8 4 3 1 4 5 8 7 7 10 2 5 5

AB 19 19 23 21 25 27 24 28 23 19 23 23 30 28 26 18 20 25

TBF 20 22 24 25 25 30 27 29 24 21 24 24 30 30 27 18 21 25

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SO WP BK 2 11.25 5 5.40 2 4.50 1 3.13 7 2.32 4 2.84 6 2.54 7 2.17 7 1.92 4 2.18 3 2.00 4 2.45 8 2.44 5 2.55 3 2.86 7 2.72 2.67 6 2.51

W- L- S ERA GP IP H AB AVG TBF R ER HR BB SO WP BK TOTALS 10- 1- 0 2.51 18 114.2 90 421 .214 446 37 32 5 18 81 0 0 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------Home 3- 0- 0 2.41 9 59.2 51 222 .230 238 20 16 1 12 36 0 0 Road 7- 1- 0 2.62 9 55.0 39 199 .196 208 17 16 4 6 45 0 0 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------May 0- 0- 0 11.25 1 4.0 7 19 .368 20 6 5 1 1 2 0 0 June 3- 0- 0 1.85 5 34.0 22 115 .191 126 7 7 1 8 19 0 0 July 4- 0- 0 1.06 5 34.0 17 117 .145 125 5 4 2 4 27 0 0 August 2- 1- 0 4.04 6 35.2 39 145 .269 150 19 16 1 5 27 0 0 September 1- 0- 0 0.00 1 7.0 5 25 .200 25 0 0 0 0 6 0 0

TODAY’S PROBALE STARTER - SUSSEX SKYHAWKS LHP JEFF ICENOGLE

#21

3-7, 6.09 ERA (26 gms., 15 starts) 2009 Total Height: 6’2” Weight: 205 Age: 25 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: 5/30/84 in Van Nuys, CA Resides: Valencia, CA College: Pasadena City College Drafted: not drafted Experience: fourth season (first with Skyhawks)

NEWS AND NOTES ON ICENOGLE • • • • • • • • • • •

Turns 26 on Sunday. Started the Skyhawks’ 7-6 exhibition loss at New Jersey on Saturday, May 22 but did not factor in the decision after pitching one inning and surrendering two runs on four walks and one hit. In 2007, his 2.36 ERA in 15 games (10 starts) for the Short-A Tri-City Valley Cats was third-best in the New York-Penn League. Was third in the Single-A South Atlantic League in strikeouts per nine innings (9.87) in 2008 with the Lexington Legends. Was released by the Astros in July 2009 before signing with the Northern League’s Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks on 7/22/09. With Fargo-Moorhead, lefties hit just .163 (8-for-49) against. Great-grandfather is Ed Begley Sr., who won the Academy Award for best supporting actor in 1963 for the film “The Sweet Bird of Youth. Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Houston Astros in 2006. Was signed out of the MLB Urban Youth Academy in Compton, CA by Chuck Stone, an Astros area scout who ran a Houston scout team. Prior to being recruited to the Youth Academy by a friend, Icenogle was bagging groceries. Has struck out eight batters twice in his career (last: 7/31/09 vs Joliet w/ Fargo-Moorhead).

ICENOGLE’S CAREER PITCHING RECORD YR 07 08 09

CLUB LG Class W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO GF SV IP H AB TBF R ER HR SH SF HB BB IB SO WP BK AVG AGAINST Tri-City NYP A 3-4 .429 2.36 15 10 1 0 1 0 61.0 57 226 264 20 16 2 4 1 7 26 0 68 6 1 .252 Lexington SAL A 3-10 .231 4.58 23 22 0 0 0 0 106.0 113 406 463 58 54 10 1 5 5 45 1 116 7 0 .278 Lancaster CAL A 0-4 .000 6.79 19 8 0 0 3 0 53.0 76 224 259 44 40 6 4 0 8 23 2 49 5 0 .339 Fargo-Mh NOR IND 3-2 .600 5.23 7 7 0 0 0 0 43.0 40 161 189 25 25 2 4 2 0 22 1 38 6 0 .248 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS 9 .310 64 1 4 263.0 1017 147 20 8 116 271 1 20 4.62 47 0 0 286 1175 135 13 20 4 24 .281

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NEW JERSEY JACKALS HIGHS AND LOWS Individual Offense

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TEAM OFFENSE

2010 MULTI-HIT GAMES Butler Clark Consolmagno Davis DeJesus Grose Jones Knazek Newton Nunez Reyes Riggans Rosa Stiffler

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1948 - Recently retired slugger Hank Greenberg buys an interest in the Cleveland club, becoming the Indians’ second-largest stockholder.

Team Pitching

1974 - The Pirates Ken Brett no-hits the Padres until the ninth inning, settling for a two-hit 6-0 shutout in the first game of the doubleheader. In the second game, Brett’s two-run pinch triple gives the Bucs an 8-7 win.

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Team Miscellaneous

MOST ERRORS, GAME...................................................................................................................................... 0 LONGEST WINNING STREAK............................................................................................................................. 0 LONGEST LOSING STREAK................................................................................................................................. 0 LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY........................................................................................................................ 0 LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT.......................................................................................................................... 0 LONGEST GAME, INNINGS................................................................................................................................ 0 LONGEST GAME TIME...................................................................................................................................... 0 LONGEST GAME TIME, 7 INNING CONTEST...................................................................................................... 0 SHORTEST GAME TIME, 9 INNING CONTEST.................................................................................................... 0 SHORTEST GAME TIME, 7 INNING CONTEST.................................................................................................... 0 LARGEST HOME CROWD.................................................................................................................................. 0 LARGEST ROAD CROWD .................................................................................................................................. 0

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1960 - Baltimore manager Paul Richards combats the passed-ball problem while catching Hoyt Wilhelm (38 in 1959, 11 so far this year) by devising an oversized mitt to gather in Wilhelm’s fluttering knuckler. Wilhelm goes the distance in beating New York 3-2 at Yankee Stadium. 1968 - Montreal and San Diego are awarded N.L. franchises after a ten-hour meeting of league owners.

1993 - Dale Murphy calls it a career. Just two home runs shy of 400, the former two-time N.L. MVP announces his retirement as a member of the Colorado Rockies. He is hitting .143 with no home runs and seven RBI as a backup for the expansion club

YOGI BERRA STADIUM Location............................... Little Falls, NJ Opened..............................................1998 Capacity............................................3,784 Jackals All-Time at Home............. 309-225 Jackals All-Time on the Road....... 271-273 Down the Lines............................ 308 feet Power Alleys................................ 368 feet Center Field................................. 398 feet

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NEW JERSEY JACKALS GAME NOTES JACKALS 2010 COACHING STAFF

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#18 - JON CAHILL - 3B/INFIELD COACH

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1st season w/ Jackals... Signed with the Anaheim Angels as an undrafted free agent in 2001 after playing collegiately at UMass-Lowell… Spent three seasons in the Angels organization before finishing his career with the Washington Wild Things in 2004… Managed Traverse City Beach Bums in 2007… Has also coached in Frontier League… Born 2/21/78 in Lynn, MA (32 years old)

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#19 - EDDIE GERALD - HITTING COACH

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1st season w/ Jackals... Played 16 seasons (10 in independent)... 3rd round draft pick by the Royals out of HS in 1989… Played for the Aberdeen Pheasants in the Prairie League in 1995 and 1996 when Joe Calfapietra was an assistant coach… 27 games as interim manager of Shreveport Sports in 2008... Career .263 hitter with 159 HRs and 193 SB… Born 7/18/70 in Lumberton, NC (39 years old)

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#7 - ISAAC PAVLIK - PITCHING COACH

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Player-coach… Begins first season as Jackals pitching coach… Longest-tenured player on roster (sixth season)... Franchise leader in career games pitched… New Jersey native was selected by the Rockies in the 10th round of the 2002 draft out of Seton Hall... Born 5/19/80 in Belleville, NJ (30 years old)

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#1 - ANI RAMOS - COACH

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13th season w/ Jackals... Has been with the Jackals since their inception in 1998... The only member of the organization in uniform for each of the team’s first 12 seasons... Sports four championship rings... Only travels on select road trips... Prior to his time with the Jackals, both played and coached at Ramapo College... Born in Cuba... Name is pronounced on-ee RAY-mos.

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DeJesus

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2010 NEW JERSEY JACKALS GAME NOTES 2009: A RETROSPECTIVE

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PITCHER GS IP Chris Allen 0 0 Nick Asselin 0 0 Dan Griffin 0 0 Ryan Lobban 0 0 A.J. Wideman 0 0 TEAM TOTALS 0 0

2010 CATCHER INFORMATION CATCHER Scott Knazek Jordan Newton Jovan Rosa

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Despite falling short of their goal of a Can-Am League title after being swept in the first round of the playoffs by the Worcester Tornadoes, the Jackals’ 2009 squad was one of the most successful in franchise history. In addition to taking the first-half title, New Jersey’s 55 wins were the most by a Jackals’ team since 2002. Consistency was also a big part of the Jackals’ success. As a team, New Jersey finished second in the league in both batting average (.283) and ERA (4.19), trailing Brockton in both categories. The Jackals were just one game better in the first half (28-19) than the second half (27-20) and saw a one-game difference in their record at home (27-20) and on the road (28-19). Jackals’ pitchers posted nine shutouts (five more than any other Can-Am League team) with A.J. Wideman serving as the starter for four of them (Quebec posted four shutouts while no other team had more than one). Conversely, Jackals’ pitchers were responsible for both of the league’s three-home run games (Sussex 3B Jeremy Hunt on 7/9 and Quebec DH Pete LaForest on 9/5). Perhaps the highlight of New Jersey’s 2009 campaign was its team-record 14-game winning streak, which began with a doubleheader sweep at Quebec on June 11 and ended with a loss to Worcester in game two of a doubleheader on June 25.

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TOTAL AVG. RUNS TEAM QUALITY NJ RUNS PER START RECORD STARTS 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0

JACKALS 2010 DISABLED LIST PLAYER No injuries reported

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JACKALS 2010 RELIEF PITCHER INFORMATION Pitcher

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Romas Hicks Seth Overbey Isaac Pavlik Mike Pontius E. Rodriguez Evan Teague

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New jersey jackals 2010 roster - Updated 5/27/10 No. Pitchers 7 Isaac Pavlik 12 Seth Overbey 13 Mike Pontius 14 Dan Griffin 17 Nick Asselin 23 Ryan Lobban 27 A.J. Wideman 31 Edward Rodriguez 32 Chris Allen 40 Romas Hicks

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No. Catchers 21 Scott Knazek

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Resides Ramsey, NJ Waldorf, MD Wentzville, MO Voorheesville, NY Bedford, NH Ramsey, NJ Mississauga, ON Paterson, NJ DuBoistown, PA Loganville, GA

Status VETERAN LS-3 LS-1 LS-4 ROOKIE LS-2 LS-4 LS-4 LS-1 ROOKIE

B T HT WT Birth Age Previous Club R R 6’1 215 11/4/84 25 St. Paul Saints

Resides Lakewood, NJ

Status LS-2

No. Infielders 2 Shawn Riggans 4 Argenis Reyes 10 Abraham Nunez 15 Mike DeJesus 25 Jovan Rosa

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HT 6’1 5’10 5’10 5’10 6’3

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Birth 7/25/80 9/25/82 3/16/76 7/16/83 10/26/87

Age 29 27 34 26 22

Previous Club Buffalo Bisons New York Mets Reno Aces New Jersey Jackals Peoria Chiefs

Resides Fort Lauderdale, FL Jersey City, NJ Santo Domingo, DR Manalapan, NJ East Hartford, CT

Status VETERAN VETERAN VETERAN LS-3 LS-2

No. Outfielders 5 Mike Consolmagno 6 Kevin Clark 9 Jeff Grose 20 Matt Stiffler 22 Quentin Davis

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HT 5’9 6’0 5’11 6’0 5’10

WT 170 200 190 200 180

Birth 11/3/86 12/10/85 7/14/84 3/9/86 3/7/83

Age 23 24 25 24 27

Previous Club Univ. of South Florida Tri-City Dust Devils Kalamazoo Kings Florence Freedom New Jersey Jackals

Resides Staten Island, NY Siffner, FL Iselin, NJ Bellbrook, OH Darlington, SC

Status ROOKIE LS-3 LS-2 ROOKIE LS-3

No. Inactive 24 Jordan Newton 26 Jacob Butler

B T HT WT Birth Age Previous Club R R 5’11 195 8/29/85 24 Lakeland Flying Tigers R R 6’2 220 2/9/83 27 St. Paul Saints

Resides Hodgenville, KY Yelm, WA

Status LS-4 LS-3

COACHING STAFF 44 18 19 7 1

Joe Calfapietra Jon Cahill Eddie Gerald Isaac Pavlik Ani Ramos Eric Wamsley

HT 5’8 6’1 6’2 6’7 6’1 6’3 5’10 6’4 6’4 6’0

WT 165 185 235 250 200 185 190 200 225 215

Manager Third Base Coach Hitting Coach Pitching Coach Coach Athletic Trainer

Birth 5/19/80 4/30/84 10/26/87 9/29/84 1/19/85 6/7/84 6/8/85 10/6/84 12/4/84 1/9/84

Age 30 26 22 25 25 25 24 25 25 26

Previous Club New Jersey Jackals New Jersey Jackals Arizona League Indians Connecticut Defenders New Jersey Jackals Worcester Tornadoes New Jersey Jackals Southern Maryland Quebec Capitales New Jersey Jackals

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Nick Asselin Joe Calfapietra Mike Consolmagno Mike DeJesus Jeff Grose Scott Knazek Ryan Lobban Abraham Nunez Seth Overbey Ani Ramos Argenis Reyes Jovan Rosa Eric Wamsley

AS-lin cal-fuh-pee-A-tra con-sol-MAG-no de-HEY-zeus Gross kuh-NAZ-ick LOW-ban NOON-yez over-bee on-ee RAY-mos arr-HEY-niss jo-VON WOMS-lee

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JACKALS MANAGER JOE CALFAPIETRA

#44

JOE CALFAPIETRA

CALFAPIETRA’S PROFESSIONAL COACHING RESUME

MANAGER - EIGHTH SEASON

MANAGERIAL CAREER

The longest-tenured manager in the Can-Am League, 2010 marks Joe Calfapietra’s eighth season at the Jackals’ helm. 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, 39, began his coaching career with the Northern League’s Duluth-Superior Dukes in 1994 before spending the 1995 and 1996 seasons with the Aberdeen Pheasants of the Prairie League. In 1997, Calfapietra joined manager Ed Ott’s coaching staff with the Allentown Ambassadors as Director of Baseball Operations. Calfapietra was named the Ambassadors manager in 2000 at the age of 29, making him the youngest manager in Northern League history. After posting an 85-90 managerial record in two seasons with the Ambassadors, Calfapietra left Allentown after five years to guide the expansion Gary SouthShore RailCats in their inaugural season in 2002. Calfapietra led Gary, which played its entire schedule on the road while waiting for its ballpark to be constructed, to a 35-55 team record and was named the Northern League Manager of the Year. Calfapietra joined the Jackals in 2003 and earned his second Manager of the Year award in 2004 when he guided New Jersey past the North Shore Spirit for the Northeast League title. The Royersford, PA native played at Eastern College in Saint Davids, PA, where he was a two-time Division III All-American selection at first base. When he was not drafted out of college, Calfapietra turned to coaching and earned his Master’s Degree in Education. He has spent time collegiately as an assistant coach at Eastern College, a volunteer assistant at St. Joseph’s University, and as the hitting coach and recruiting coordinator at Villanova University.

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 Gary SouthShore Railcats Allentown Ambassadors Allentown Ambassadors

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

COACHING CAREER 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

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

* indicates Manager of the Year honors

QUICK FACTS: JOE CALFAPIETRA • •

RECORD W/ NEW JERSEY: 344-302 CAREER MANAGERIAL RECORD: 464-447

• •

Last name is pronounced cal-fuh-pee-A-tra Is the only Can-Am League manager to never play professionally. Was inducted into the Gary SouthShore Railcats Hall of Fame in 2009. Spent three years on the staff of former Jackals hitting coach and current Sussex Skyhawks manager Ed Ott when Ott was the manager in Allentown.

• •

JACKALS’ MANAGERIAL RECORDS (ENTERING 2010) Regular Season 1. 2. 3.

Kash Beauchamp George Tsamis Joe Calfapietra Post-Season 1. Kash Beauchamp 2. George Tsamis 2. Joe Calfapietra

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1998-2000 2001-2002 2003-2009

129-124 .510 107-72 .597 344-302 .533

1998-1999 2001-2002 2003-2009

8-3 (one championship) 18-8 (two championships) 9-12 (one championship)

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BATTING NOTES 2

SHAWN RIGGANS

INF

R/R

6’1”/200

29 Years Old

10th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Born: 7/25/1980 in Fort Lauderdale, FL Current Series vs Sussex: N/A Resides: Fort Lauderdale, FL Last Series: N/A Drafted: 2000, 24th round, Tampa Bay Devil Rays College: Indian River (Fla.) CC

2010 w/ Binghamton Mets: 2 games, .400 avg (2-for-5), 0 HR, 2 RBIs, 0-0 SB 2010 w/ Buffalo Bisons (AAA): 2 games, .200 avg (1-for-5), 0 HR, 0 RBIs, 0-0 SB • Was released by the New York Mets on 5/11/10. Was 3-for-10 with two RBIs in four games, two with the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons and two with the Double-A Binghamton Mets. • Played ball at St. Thomas Aquinas High School (Fla.) where he did not start one game. • In 2009, Was limited to just 26 minor league games and seven major league games because of right shoulder tendinitis. Spent time with four teams. • Saw his first major league action as a September 2006 callup with Tampa Bay and has seen time in the majors each of the past four seasons. Is a career .202 hitter with seven home runs in 64 major league games from 2006-09. • Underwent season-ending right knee surgery on 9/10/08 to help clean up a staph infection. • Made his first career opening day roster in 2008 and caught 10 of the 16 games missed by Rays’ starting catcher Dioner Navarro in April after Navarro injured his right hand in a game at Yankee Stadium on April 4. Riggans pinch hit for Navarro in that contest, delivering a bases-clearing double with the bases loaded. Riggans started the Rays’ home opener on April 8 and belted his first career home run off Baltimore’s Eric Bedard. • In 2007, Riggans batted .316 (12-for-38) with five doubles and five RBIs in 17 spring training games, earning the Al Lopez Award for the Rays best rookie in spring camp. • Was a Triple-A International League Mid-Season All-Star in 2006 with the Durham Bulls. That season his .293 average ranked ninth in the IL. He was also rated the best defensive catcher in the International League and the Rays’ organization by Baseball America’s Best Tools Survey. • Underwent “Tommy John” surgery on 7/9/01.

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ARGENIS REYES

INF

S/R

5’10”/180

27 Years Old

8th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Born: 9/25/1982 in Santiago, Dominican Republic Current Series vs Sussex: N/A Resides: Jersey City, NJ Last Series: N/A Drafted: not drafted College: N/A

2009 w/ New York Mets (MLB): 9 games, .118 avg, 0 HR, 0 RBIs, 1-1 Sb 2009 w/ Buffalo Bisons (AAA): 101 games, .282 avg, 3 HR, 31 RBIs, 10-13 SB • Went 2-for-17 at the plate in nine games over two stints with the New York Mets in 2009, with both hits coming from as a left-handed batter. • Spent majority of 2009 season (101 games) with Triple-A Buffalo Bisons, batting .282. Hit .306 (56-for-183) in 51 home games to win the Jimmy Griffin Hometown Hero Award, honoring the player who performs the best in home games in front of Buffalo’s fans. Hit in the clutch, averaging .322 (19-for-59) with runners on base and two outs and .308 (12-for-39) with runners in scoring position and two outs for Buffalo. • Missed 15 games in 2009 on the disabled list from 5/30-6/15 with a groin contusion. • Following the ‘09 season, played for the Leones del Escogido of the Dominican Winter League, where he was teammates with Abraham Nunez. Former Jackals’ OF Alex Fernandez was also a teammate. Former Jackal Timo Perez lead the league in batting (.356). • Saw first major league action in 2008 with the Mets, batting .218 in 49 games. • Sports a career .205 batting average in 58 major league games. • Originally signed as an undrafted free agent by the Cleveland Indians in 2001.

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MIKE CONSOLMAGNO

OF

L/L

????

24 Years Old

1st Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Born: 11/3/1986 in Staten Island, NY Current Series vs Sussex: N/A Resides: Staten Island, NY Last Series: N/A Drafted: not drafted College: University of South Florida 2009 w/ University of South Florida (NCAA D I): STATS • Joins the Jackals for his first professional season after finishing his career at the University of South Florida last spring. • In four seasons at South Florida, Mike batted .272 and walked (105) more than he struck out (91). Did not hit a home run in 389 career at-bats. Posted 11 multi-hit games as a redshirt senior in 2009. Took a redshirt as a freshman in 2005. • Older sister, Diana, just completed her fourth season an assistant softball coach at Rutgers. Diana was a four-year captain at Wisconsin. • Younger brother, Francis, was a running back at the University of Delaware and Bridgewater State College.

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KEVIN CLARK

OF

L/L

6’0”/200

24 Years Old

5st Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Born: 12/10/1985 in Tampa, FL Current Series vs Sussex: N/A Resides: Siffner, FL Last Series: N/A Drafted: 2006, sixth round (Colorado Rockies) College: Manatee (Fla.) Junior College

2009 w/ Modesto Nuts (A): 12 games, .241 avg, 0 HR, 4 RBIs, 1-1 SB 2009 w/ Tri-City Dust Devils (A-): 59 games, .260 avg, 5 HR, 28 RBIs, 19-23 SB • Signed with the Jackals on May 19. • Began the 2009 season with the Single-A Modesto nuts (4/11-4-26) before finishing the season with the Short-A Tri-City Dust Devils (6/22-9/06). Finished second in the Short-A Northwest League with 19 stolen bases for Tri-City. • In 2007 with the Single-A Asheville Tourists, hit a career-high 17 home runs and swiped a career-best 22 bases. His 76 RBIs for Asheville ranked 11th in the South Atlantic League.

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JEFF GROSE

OF

L/L

5’11”/190

25 Years Old

4th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Born: 7/14/1984 Current Series vs Sussex: N/A Resides: Iselin, NJ Last Series: N/A Drafted: not drafted College: Rutgers University

2009 w/ Kalamazoo Kings (IND): 33 games, .294 avg, 1 HR, 16 RBIs, 5-8 SB • Laced the game-winning single in the bottom of the ninth inning in New Jersey’s lone exhibition contest on 5/22 vs Sussex. • Acquired by the Jackals from the Frontier League’s Kalamazoo Kings on 3/31/10 in exchange for future considerations. • Missed majority of 2009 season with a thumb injury. Did not commit an error in 32 games in the outfield after committing seven errors each of his first two seasons • Spent first three professional seasons with the Kalamazoo Kings of the independent Frontier League playing for manager Fran Riordan, who spent the 2003 season with the North Shore Spirit in the Northeast League. • In 2008, finished fifth in Frontier League walks (63) and fourth in triples (5). • Starred at Rutgers University from 2003-2006. Ranks among Scarlet Knights’ career leaders in at bats (4th - 714), hits (4th - 229), walks (6th - 115), triples (8th - 10), and total bases (10th - 301). Was an All-Big East selection in 2005 and 2006. • Played high school baseball at John F. Kennedy Memorial High School in Iselin, NJ.

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ABRAHAM NUNEZ

INF

S/R

5’11”/200

34 Years Old

15th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Born: 3/16/1976 in Santo Domingo, DR Current Series vs Sussex: N/A Resides: Santo Domingo, DR Last Series: N/A Drafted: not drafted College: N/A 2009 w/ Reno Aces (AAA): 84 games, .249 avg, 2 HR, 32 RBIs, 4-7 SB • Has spent parts of 12 seasons in the majors with four different teams, most recently with the New York Mets in 2008 (.242 career MLB average) • • • • • • •

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Walked more times (48) than he struck out (40) for the Triple-A Reno Aces in the Arizona Diamondbacks system in 2009. Five years at Triple-A level. Has appeared in more MLB games (1,030) than minor league games (711) entering 2010 season. Best Major League season came in 2005 when he hit .285 with 5 HRs and 44 RBIs in 139 games with St. Louis Cardinals while filling in for 3B Scott Rolen following Rolen’s collision with Dodgers’ 1B Hee Seop Choi on 5/10/05. Rolen needed left shoulder surgery. First MLB hit was a two-run triple off Dodgers’ Dennys Reyes on 8/27/97. First career HR came off Phillies’ Mark Portugal at Veterans Stadium on 9/12/98. Signed as nondrafted free agent by Toronto Blue Jays on 5/5/94 and made Major League debut on 8/27/97 with Pittsburgh Pirates. Has played over 250 Major League games at third base, second base, and shortstop. Was a New York-Penn League All-Star shortstop in 1996 with St. Catherines Stompers, when he was second in the league with 37 stolen bases. The Pittsfield Mets were also part of the New York-Penn League that season.

MIKE DEJESUS

SS

Born: 7/16/1983 in Staten Island, NJ Resides: Manalapan, NJ Drafted: not drafted

L/R

5’10”/185

26 Years Old

6th Season (2nd w/ Jackals)

Current Series vs Sussex: N/A Last Series: N/A College: Coastal Carolina University

2009 with New Jersey Jackals: .297 avg, 5 HR, 66 RBIs, 46 BB, 42 K, 3-5 SB, 21 Errors • Finished 2009 5th Can-Am League walks (46); 5th RBI (66). Hit two of five home runs in game on 6/22 at Quebec, his first game batting third. Entering season had only played six career games at shortstop. • 4th in Florida State League with 78 walks and was 2nd toughest in league to strike out (1/9.77) in 2007. 4th in Pioneer League with 40 walks in 2005. • Is the younger brother of Kansas City Royals outfielder David DeJesus. • Began college career at East Carolina University before playing final two seasons at Coastal Carolina University. • Four-year baseball letterman at New Jersey’s Manalapan High School, where he set the school record for batting average as a soph. when he hit .522.

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MATT STIFFLER

OF/1B

L/L

6’0”/200

24 Years Old

3rd Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Born: 3/9/1986 in Bellbrook, OH Current Series vs Sussex: N/A Resides: Bellbrook, OH Last Series: N/A Drafted: 2008, 27th round (Cincinnati Reds) College: Ohio University 2009 w/ Florence Freedom (IND): 53 games, .296 avg, 0 HR, 11 RBIs, 4-8 SB • Acquired by the Jackals via trade with the Florence Freedom (Frontier League) on 3/2/10 in exchange for future considerations. • Made 2009 season debut with Florence Freedom on 6/24. Played all three outfield positions, first base, and designated hitter, committing just three errors in 51 games. Batted. 356 in 21 games in August. • Spent lone season in affiliated baseball with the Rookie-level Billings Mustangs in 2008. • Played collegiately for four seasons at Ohio University, hitting 24 home runs in 194 career games. As a senior, batted .354 with 18 home runs and 58 RBIs while setting school single-season records in hits (91), at-bats (257), runs scored (75) and total bases (172).

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SCOTT KNAZEK

C

R/R

6’1”/215

25 Years Old

5th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Born: 11/4/1984 in New London, CT Current Series vs Sussex: N/A Resides: Lakewood, NJ Last Series: N/A Drafted: 2006, 15th round (LA Angels of Anaheim) College: Rider University

2009 w/ St. Paul Saints (IND): 75 games, .245 avg, 1 HR, 35 RBIs, 0-1 SB • Was on New Jersey’s 2009 preseason roster before being traded to the St. Paul Saints (American Association) for a player to be named later on 5/24/09. Was reacquired from St. Paul on 2/16/10 to complete the previous trade. • Spent entire season with St. Paul Saints and was Saints’ primary catcher, committing eight errors in 75 games behind the plate. • Spent first two professional seasons (2006 and 2007) in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim system, playing with four different teams. • Played one game at first base for the Newark Bears in 2008, marking his only appearance at a position other than catcher. • Graduated from Pemberton Twp. (NJ) High School.

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QUENTIN DAVIS

OF

L/R

5’10”/180

27 Years Old

6th Season (2nd w/ Jackals)

Born: 3/7/1983 in Darlington, SC Current Series vs Sussex: N/A Resides: Darlington, SC Last Series: N/A Drafted: 2005, 13th round (Atlanta Braves) College: Francis Marion University 2009 w/ New Jersey Jackals 39 games, .344 avg, 1 HR, 16 RBIs, 11-15 SB • • • • • •

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Spent first four and a half professional seasons in Atlanta Braves system Began 2009 season with Advanced-A Myrtle Beach, but signed with Jackals on 6/22 after being released by Atlanta Braves. .344 batting average with Jackals in 2009 was highest on team of any player with more than 60 at-bats. Would have led the Can-Am League in batting if he had enough at-bats to qualify. Also stole 11 bases in 15 attempts. Began Jackals’ career with nine hits in first 13 at-bats before injuring hamstring. Battled hamstring problems for remainder of season. Led Carolina League with 11 triples for Myrtle Beach in 2007, but did not hit a triple in 199 at-bats for Double-A Mississippi Braves in 2008. Division II Francis Marion University, where Davis was an all-conference OF as a senior, is located 10 miles from his hometown of Darlington, SC.

JORDAN NEWTON

C

R/R

5’11”/195

24 Years Old

5th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Born: 8/29/1985 in Elizabethtown, Kentucky Current Series vs Sussex: N/A Resides: Hodgenville, KY Last Series: N/A Drafted: 2006, sixth round (Detroit Tigers) College: Western Kentucky University

2009 w/ West Michigan Whitecaps (A): 11 games, .386 avg, 3 HR, 9 RBIs, 0-0 SB 2009 w/ Lakeland Flying Tigers (A+): 75 games, .263 avg, 8 HR, 29 RBIs, 9-13 SB • Began 2009 season with Single-A West Michigan Whitecaps. Was promoted to Advanced-A Lakeland Flying Tigers three weeks after season began. With Lakeland, hit 108 points higher at home (.316) than on the road (.208) over 75 games (266 at-bats). • Converted to an outfielder for the 2008 season (56 games in the outfield, 21 at catcher) before moving back behind the plate in 2009 (0 games in the outfield). • Fourth in Single-A Midwest League with 10 triples in 2008 for the West Michigan Whitecaps. • Played four seasons at Western Kentucky University, where his 11 career triples rank tied for fourth on the Hilltoppers’ career list. Also ranks eighth in career home runs (32), seventh in RBIs (144) and fifth in walks (100).

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JOVAN ROSA

INF/C

R/R

6’3”/225

22 Years Old

4th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Born: 10/26/1987 in Santurce, Puerto Rico Current Series vs Sussex: N/A Resides: East Hartford, CT Last Series: N/A Drafted: 2006, 22nd round (Chicago Cubs) College: Lake City (Fla.) Community College 2010 w/ Peoria Chiefs (A): 10 games, .103 avg (4-for-39), 0 HR, 2 RBIs, 0-0 SB • Began 2010 season with the Single-A Peoria Chiefs. Was released by Chicago Cubs on 4/27/10 after batting .105 (4-for-39) with a double and two RBIs in 10 games. With Peoria, Rosa hit in the middle of the order and was the team’s opening day catcher. Did not commit any errors. • In 2009, Played 69 games for the Advanced-A Daytona Cubs before finishing the season with the Single-A Peoria Chiefs. Hit .301 in his second career stint with Peoria after batting .220 with Daytona. • Was a 2008 Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star with the Peoria Chiefs as a 20-year-old. Led the league with 43 doubles, finished second with 54 extra-base hits, fourth with 81 RBIs, fifth with 141 hits, and eighth with a .293 average. • In 2007, finished second in batting (.340) in the Rookie-Level Arizona League.

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JACOB BUTLER

OF/1B

R/R

6’2”/220

27 Years Old

6th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Born: 2/9/1983 in Olympia, WA Current Series vs Sussex: N/A Resides: Yelm, WA Last Series: N/A Drafted: 2005, eighth round (Toronto Blue Jays) College: University of Nevada 2009 w/ St. Paul Saints (IND): 95 games, .263 avg, 16 HR, 63 RBIs, 0-0 SB • • • • • • •

Acquired by the Jackals from the St. Paul Saints on 4/16/10 in exchange for a player to be named later. Spent entire 2009 season with St. Paul Saints. Finished third in American Association with 16 home runs. Hit 59 points higher at home (.292) than on the road (.233). 11 of 16 home runs came at home. Has finished in top three in home runs in his respective league in three of his first five professional seasons. Led the Advanced-A Florida State League with 23 home runs in 2007 with the Dunedin Blue Jays. Also finished third in league with 85 RBIs and 80 runs. Named Florida State League post season All-Star. In 2005, was second in the Rookie-Level Appalachian League with 14 home runs. Finished second with 52 RBIs, second with a .590 slugging percentage, second with 31 extra-base hits, and fourth with 31 walks for Pulaski Blue Jays. Named Appalachian League post season All-Star. Played 55 games at first base for the Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats in 2008, marking the first time he had played a position other than outfield. Spent four games at first base in 2009 with the St. Paul Saints. Finished college career at University of Nevada tied for third on school’s all-time home runs list with 39. Hit 16 home runs as a senior.

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ISAAC PAVLIK

LHP

R/L

Born: 5/10/1980 in Belleville, NJ Resides: Ramsey, NJ Drafted: 2002, 10th round (Colorado Rockies)

5’8”/165

30 Years Old

2009 w/ New Jersey Jackals: 18 starts, 6-6, 3.66 ERA, 103 hits, 110.2 IP, 17 BB, 75 K, .245 opp. avg. • Finished 2009 5th in Can-Am League strikeouts (75); 3rd shutouts (1); 9th ERA (3.66); 2nd complete games (3)... Led team with 18 starts. • Longest-tenured player on New Jersey roster. Is New Jersey’s leader in career games pitched. • Had pitched at least five innings in 33 straight starts before leaving with an injury in first inning vs Quebec on 7/24/09. The streak began in 2007. • Is 0-18 at the plate in his professional career after popping out on 7/3/09 at Worcester in only at-bat of season. • In 2008, pitched at least five innings in each of his 20 starts and tied Jackals single-season record with 20 starts... 3rd in Can-Am League innings pitched (135.2), 3rd in games started (20), and 8th in ERA (3.65) • Began 2006 season with New Jersey, but had contract purchased by Chicago Cubs where he finished the season at Double-A West Tennessee, going 2-1 with a 3.29 ERA in 10 games (6 starts) for the Diamond Jaxx. • Joined Jackals in 2005 and finished 2nd in Can-Am League with 102 strikeouts and third with 3.02 ERA.

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SETH OVERBEY

RHP

L/R

Born: 4/30/1984 in Layton, UT Resides: Waldorf, MD Drafted: 2006, 15th round (Toronto Blue Jays)

9th Season (6th w/ Jackals)

Last Appearance: N/A Career High K’s: 12 (6/15/07 vs Can-Am Grays w/ New Jersey) College: Seton Hall University

6’1”/185

PAVLIK’S MILESTONES

CAREER WINS - JACKALS FRANCHISE HISTORY 1. Joel Bennett................. 59 (2001-2007) 2. Aaron Myers................ 37 (2002-2006) 3. Isaac Pavlik.................35 (2005-present) INNINGS PITCHED - CAN-AM LEAGUE HISTORY 1. John Kelly.................... 537.2 WOR 2. Isaac Pavlik.................534.0 NJ 3. Michel Simard............. 502.0 QUE STRIKEOUTS - CAN-AM LEAGUE HISTORY 1. John Kelly.................... 486 WOR 2. Isaac Pavlik.................415 NJ Note: Both Kelly and Simard are currently active

26 Years Old

5th Season (2nd w/ Jackals)

Last Appearance: N/A Career High K’s: 4 (3x, most recently 9/3/09 vs Worcester w/ New Jersey) College: University of Maryland

2009 w/ New Jersey Jackals: 41 appearances, 4-4, 3.80 ERA, 46 hits, 45 innings, 11 BB, 30 K, .264 opp. avg. • Led the Can-Am League with 41 games pitched in 2009. • Spent first three seasons in Toronto Blue Jays system. • Was fifth in the Double-A Eastern League in games pitched (53) in 2008 with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. • In 2007, didn’t allow a run over his first 26.2 innings between the Single-A Lansing Lugnuts (24.2 innings) and the Advanced-A Dunedin Blue Jays (2 innings). Finished the season at Double-A New Hampshire. • In his college career at Maryland, Overbey went 9-3 with a 5.47 ERA. His 76 appearances are the third-most in Terps’ history. • Dropped down to a sidearm delivery late in his career at the University of Maryland.

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MIKE PONTIUS

RHP

R/R

Born: 10/26/1987 in O’Fallon, MO Resides: Wentzville, MO Drafted: 2006, 43rd round (Cleveland Indians)

6’2”/235

22 Years Old

4th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Last Appearance: N/A Career High K’s: 4 (4/30/08 vs Greensboro w/ Lake County) College: drafted out of high school

2009 w/ Kinston Indians (A+): 2 appearances, 1-0, 2.45 ERA, 3 hits, 3.2 innings, 5 BB, 4 K, .231 opp. avg. 2009 w/ Arizona League Indians (R): 3 appearances, 0-0, 0-0, 6.00 ERA, 3 hits, 3 innings, 3 BB, 4 K, .250 opp. avg. • In 2009, pitched just five games for the Advanced-A Kinston Indians and Rookie-level Arizona League Indians. • In 2008, posted lowest batting average against (.144) of any South Atlantic League reliever. In 33 innings, allowed just 16 hits and struck out 39 batters with a 0.82 ERA. Had two stints with the Single-A Lake County Captains divided by one with the Advanced-A Kinston Indians. Began the season with the Captains by stringing together 21 1/3 shutout innings over nine relief appearances (April 3-May 4) all of them at least two innings long...twice stuck out five batters in a game in this span. Moved up to Kinston on 5/8/08. Returned to Lake County in mid-August. • Played for the Holt High School Indians before being drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 43rd round in 2006. • Didn’t sign with Cleveland until August 2006 and didn’t make professional debut until June 2007.

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DAN GRIFFIN

RHP

R/R

Born: 9/29/1984 in Albany, NY Resides: Voorheesville, NY Drafted: 2005, 5th Round (San Francisco Giants)

6’7”/250

25 Years Old

6th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Last Appearance: N/A Career High K’s: 11 (7/30/05 vs Spokane w/ Salem-Keizer) College: Niagara University

2009 w/ Connecticut Defenders (AA): 46 appearances (1 start), 8-7, 5.42 ERA, 85 hits, 73 innings, 23 BB, 88 K, .287 opp. avg. • Drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the fifth round of the 2005 draft after his sophomore season at Niagara (NY) University. • Spent the entire 2009 season with Double-A Connecticut Defenders. Lone start on 5/17 raised his ERA from 5.50 to 7.85. • In 2008, made the jump from Single-A straight to Triple-A when he made one appearance for the Fresno Grizzlies. • Two-time Single-A South Atlantic League Pitcher of the Week (7/2/07 and 6/25/06) with the Augusta GreenJackets. • As a sophomore at Niagara in 2005, led the nation in strikeout ratio (13.79 batters/nine innings). Fanned 120 batters in 78.1 innings while going 6-4 with a 4.37 ERA. As a freshman at Niagara in 2004, went 1-7 with a 9.26 ERA in 12 games (nine starts).

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NICK ASSELIN

RHP

R/R

6’1”/200

25 Years Old

3rd Season (2nd w/ Jackals)

Born: 1/19/85 in Bedford, NH Resides: Bedford, NH Drafted: not drafted

Last Appearance: N/A Career High K’s: 8 (8/19/09 vs Sussex w/ New Hampshire) College: Boston College

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6’3”/185

2009 w/ New Jersey Jackals & American Defenders of New Hampshire (IND): STATS • In 2009, led the Can-Am League with 10 wins. Fourth in the league with 118 innings pitched and second with 19 starts. Made three regular season starts with New Jersey after late-August trade from American Defenders of New Hampshire. Did not appear in Jackals’ playoff series vs Worcester. • Was initially acquired by New Jersey on 8/20/09 from American Defenders of New Hampshire along with OF Jerod Edmondson in exchange for LHP Dave Qualben, cash, and a player to be named later (OF Billy Kovatch). Was sent back to New Hampshire following the season and then reacquired by New Jersey on 4/1/10 in exchange for Qualben, LHP Giuseppe Granitto, and a player to be named later. • Began his professional career in 2008 when he was signed by the New York Yankees as an undrafted free agent. Began 2008 season, his only in affiliated baseball, with the GCL Yankees. Pitched one game for the Single-A Charleston River Dogs before settling in with Short-A Staten Island Yankees. Started just one game during season. • Entering 2010, has never committed an error. • Spent entire five-year college career at Boston College. Made just five appearances in 2007 before suffering season-ending injury and gaining fifth year of eligibility. • Asselin’s catcher at Boston College during the 2007 and 2008 seasons was Tony Sanchez, the fourth overall pick in the 2009 draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates. • New Hampshire high school Player of the Year as a senior at Trinity High School in 2003.

RYAN LOBBAN

LHP

L/L

Born: 6/7/1984 Resides: Ramsey, NJ Drafted: not drafted

25 Years Old

4th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Last Appearance: N/A Career High K’s:8 (2x, most recently 8/25/09 vs Sussex w/ Worcester) College: William Paterson University

2009 w/ Worcester Tornadoes (IND): 20 appearances (19 starts), 10-7, 3.56 ERA, 132 hits, 121.1 IP, 31 BB, 74 K, .277 opp. avg. • Began the 2010 season with the Somerset Patriots of the Atlantic League. Was released by Somerset on 4/19/10 and signed with the Jackals on 4/29/10. • Spent entire 2009 season with the Worcester Tornadoes. Career-high 10 wins tied him for the Can-Am League lead. Seven losses were the thirdmost in the league. Also finished third in innings pitched (121.1) and seventh in ERA (3.56). 12 home runs allowed was third-most in league. • Younger brother, Brendan, was drafted in the 45th round by the Cincinnati Reds in 2008, but elected to play at St. John’s University, where the lefthander just finished his sophomore season. • As a college freshman in 2004, went 2-2 with a 5.53 ERA in 13 games (two starts) for James Madison University. • In 2006, transferred to Division III William Paterson University, where he was named First-Team All-NJAC (New Jersey Athletic Conference) after going 3-3 with a 3.66 ERA in 12 games (eight starts) for the Pioneers. Lobban played just one season at William Paterson. • As a senior at St. Joseph Regional High School (Montvale, NJ) in 2003, set a New Jersey state record by striking out 21 batters during a 9-0 no-hitter against Montclair High School. Lobban induced a groundout from the leadoff batter before striking out 21 of the next 22 (one reached on a dropped third strike). His no-hitter came one day after teammate Bobby Ferla struck out 20 batters in a no-hitter against Clifton High School. Lobban was named The Star-Ledger 2003 High School Pitcher of the Year.

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A.J. WIDEMAN

LHP

R/L

5’10”/190

Born: Mississauga, Ontario Resides: Mississauga, Ontario Drafted: 2003, 11th round (Montreal Expos)

24 Years Old 8th Season (2nd w/ Jackals)

Last Appearance: N/A Career High K’s: 9 (7/5/05 vs Dayton w/ Lansing) College: drafted out of high school

2009 w/ New Jersey Jackals: 18 starts, 10-1, 2.51 ERA, 90 hits, 114.2 IP, 18 BB, 81 K, .214 opp. avg. • Canadian left-hander was drafted out of high school by the Montreal Expos in the 11th round in 2003. • Named Can-Am League All-Star left-handed pitcher after led the Can-Am League in wins (10-1) and ERA (2.51) and finishing second with 81 strikeouts. • Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month for June and July in 2009. • Lost a perfect game with one out in the bottom of the eighth inning on 6/23/09 at Quebec. • Was traded from the Washington Nationals to the Toronto Blue Jays in 2005 in exchange for outfielder Tyrell Godwin, who reached the majors with Washington later that year. • Younger brother, Jordan, is a catcher in the Cincinnati Reds system. • Second in the Midwest League in home runs allowed in 2005 (21). Second in the Florida State League in the same category in 2007 (18).

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EDWARD RODRIGUEZ

RHP

R/R

Born: 10/6/1984 in Esperanza, Dominican Republic Resides: Paterson, NJ Drafted: not drafted

6’4”/200

25 Years Old

7th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Last Appearance: N/A Career High K’s: 6 (8/18/07 vs Dayton w/ Lansing) College: N/A

2009 w/ Southern Maryland Blue Crabs (IND): 19 appearances (3 starts), 2-1, 2.97 ERA, 29 hits, 30.1 IP, 10 BB, 17 K, .257 opp. avg. • Spent first five professional seasons in the Toronto Blue Jays system. Was released following 2009 spring training. • Spent entire 2009 season with Atlantic League’s Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, going 2-1 with a 2.93 ERA in 19 games. In three starts, went 1-0 with a 0.82 ERA while allowing nine hits in 11 innings and striking out four without surrendering a walk. • Signed as an undrafted free agent with the Toronto Blue Jays in 2002.

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CHRIS ALLEN

RHP

R/R

Born: 12/4/1984 in Williamsport, PA Resides: DuBoistown, PA Drafted: 2004, 45th round (Florida Marlins)

6’4”/205

25 Years Old

3rd Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Last Appearance: N/A Career High K’s: 7 (7/20/08 vs Windy City w/ Southern Illinois) College: Florida International University

2009 w/ Quebec Capitales (IND): 16 appearances (15 starts), 5-8, 3.71 ERA, 95 hits, 94.2 IP, 26 BB, 41 K, .258 opp. avg. • Drafted by the Florida Marlins out of high school in 2004 as a catcher. Did not sign with Florida. • In 2009 with Quebec, topped the Can-Am League with two shutouts. Eight losses were the most in the league, but his 3.71 ERA was the tenth-lowest. Both of his complete games were shutouts. Posted a 1.85 ERA in four home appearances (4.35 in 12 outings on the road). Worst start of the season came on 7/24/09 vs New Jersey when Allen allowed eight earned runs and 13 hits in three innings, jumping his ERA more than a run from 2.67 to 3.68. Placed on the inactive list on 8/20/09 due to herniated disks and missed the remainder of the season. Earned a championship ring. • Younger brother, Matt, played infield at Division II Bloomsburg University through 2008 season. • At South Williamsport High School, lettered four times in baseball, three times in basketball and three times in golf. • During his rookie campaign with the Frontier League’s Southern Illinois Miners in 2008, was teammates with former Jackal Mike Scanzano. • Played two seasons at Lake-Sumter (Fla.) Community College before transferring to Clemson in 2006. Tossed a perfect inning in his only appearance for the Tigers before transferring to Florida International University for final two seasons. As a senior at FIU in 2008, went 4-4 with a 4.87 ERA in 11 starts after posting a 4-6 record with a 5.69 ERA in a team-high 16 starts as a junior in 2007.

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ROMAS HICKS

RHP

R/R

Born: 1/9/1984 in Decatur, GA Resides: Loganville, GA Drafted: 2006, 22nd round (Kansas City Royals)

6’0”/215

26 Years Old

2nd Season (2nd w/ Jackals)

Last Appearance: N/A Career High K’s: 4 (8/30/09 vs Sussex w/ New Jersey) College: Georgia State University

2009 w/ New Jersey Jackals: 28 appearances, 4-2, 1 save, 1.85 ERA, 22 hits, 39 IP, 24 BB, 57 K, .162 opp. avg. • In first professional season in 2009, posted second-lowest ERA (1.85) of any Can-Am League pitcher with more than 2.1 innings pitched (Quebec’s Derek McDaid notched a 1.51 ERA in 34 games). Over his last seven outings of the season, struck out 18 batters and walked one. Allowed more than one earned run once in 28 appearances out of the Jackals’ bullpen. • Carried ‘09 success with New Jersey into winter ball, posting a 1.07 ERA in seven games with eight strikeouts and one walk for the Seminole Country Naturals in the short-lived Florida Winter League. With Seminole County, Hicks was teammates with former Jackals Jerod Edmondson and Chris Garcia. • Was drafted by Kansas City in 2006 (22nd round), but was injured and never pitched in Royals’ system. • During the summer of 2005 with the Bourne Braves of the Cape Cod League, recorded nine saves and compiled a 1.52 ERA. • Is fifth in career innings pitched and third in career strikeouts at Georgia State University.

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2010 NEW JERSEY JACKALS TRANSACTIONS February 1 February 16 February 22 March 1 March 2 March 3 March 5 March 15 March 31 April 1 April 6 April 8 April 9 April 12 April 13 April 14 April 15 April 16 April 19 April 20 April 22 April 26 April 29 May 3 May 8 May 12 May 15 May 17 May 19 May 20 May 23 May 24 May 26

Traded OF Timo Perez to Southern Maryland (Atlantic League) in exchange for future considerations. Acquired C Scott Knazek from St. Paul (American Association) to complete the May 24 trade between the two clubs. Signed INF Enrique Cruz Sold the contract of RHP Stuart Pomeranz to the Colorado Rockies. Acquired 1B/OF Matt Stiffler from Florence (Frontier League) in exchange for future considerations. Jackals signed Stiffler. Sold the contract of INF Myron Leslie to the New York Yankees. Placed OF Quinn Stewart on the Inactive List Signed INF Abraham Nunez Signed INF Mike DeJesus Signed LHP Rusty Tucker Acquired OF Jeff Grose from Lake County (Northern League) in exchange for future considerations. Signed OF Jeff Grose Signed LHP AJ Wideman Signed INF Argenis Reyes Released RHP Walker Whitley Released RHP Ted Serro Released OF Quinn Stewart Signed RHP Dan Griffin Signed C Jordan Newton Signed RHP Nick Asselin Released INF Marcus Sanders Released OF Ryan Rogowski Signed 1B Mike L. Jones Acquired OF Jake Butler from St. Paul (American Association) in exchange for a player to be named later Signed RHP Rudy Darrow Signed C Scott Knazek Signed RHP Mike Pontius Signed LHP Evan Teague Released RHP Kevin Gunter Signed LHP Ryan Lobban Signed INF Jovan Rosa Released C Peter Gilardo Signed RHP Edward Rodriguez Added non-roster invitee C Keith Weinkofsky to the spring training roster Released INF Mike Scanzano Signed OF Kevin Clark Released RHP Rudy Darrow Traded INF Enrique Cruz to Southern Maryland (Atlantic League) in exchange for future considerations Signed OF Michael Consolmagno Signed INF Shawn Riggans Removed non-roster invitee C Keith Weinkofsky from their spring training roster Placed C Jordan Newton Placed RHP Chris Allen on the Inactive List. Activated RHP Chris Allen from the Inactive List Placed OF Jacob Butler on the Inactive List.

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2010 NEW JERSEY JACKALS DAY-BY-DAY - FIRST HALF Gm 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47

Date Opponent W/L Score WP 5/27 at Sussex 7:05 p.m. 5/28 at Sussex 6:35 p.m. 5/29 at Sussex 2:05 p.m. 5/30 at Sussex 2:05 p.m. 5/31 at Pittsfield 3:05 p.m. 6/1 at Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 6/2 at Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 6/3 Brockton 7:05 p.m. 6/4 Brockton 7:05 p.m. 6/5 Brockton 7:05 p.m. 6/6 Brockton 2:05 p.m. 6/7 OFF DAY 6/8 Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 6/9 Pittsfield 11:05 a.m. 6/10 Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 6/11 at Sussex 6:35 p.m. 6/12 at Sussex 2:05 p.m. 6/13 at Sussex 2:05 p.m. 6/14 OFF DAY 6/15 at Worcester 7:05 p.m. 6/16 at Worcester 7:05 p.m. 6/17 at Worcester 7:05 p.m. 6/18 Quebec 7:05 p.m. 6/19 Quebec 7:05 p.m. 6/20 Quebec 2:05 p.m. 6/21 Worcester 7:05 p.m. 6/22 Worcester 7:05 p.m. 6/23 Worcester 7:05 p.m. 6/24 at Brockton 7:05 p.m. 6/25 at Brockton 7:05 p.m. 6/26 at Brockton 6:05 p.m. 6/27 at Brockton 1:05 p.m. 6/28 OFF DAY 6/29 Sussex 7:05 p.m. 6/30 Sussex 7:05 p.m. 7/1 Sussex 7:05 p.m. 7/2 Sussex 7:05 p.m. 7/3 at Pittsfield 6:05 p.m. 7/4 at Pittsfield 6:30 p.m. 7/5 at Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 7/6 at Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 7/7 OFF DAY 7/8 at Quebec 7:05 p.m. 7/9 at Quebec 7:05 p.m. 7/10 at Quebec 7:05 p.m. 7/11 OFF DAY 7/12 Sussex 7:05 p.m. 7/13 Sussex 7:05 p.m. 7/14 Sussex 11:05 a.m. 7/15 Brockton 7:05 p.m. 7/16 Brockton 7:05 p.m. 7/17 Brockton 7:05 p.m.

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2010 NEW JERSEY JACKALS DAY-BY-DAY - SECOND HALF Gm 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94

Date Opponent W/L Score WP 7/18 OFF DAY 7/19 at Worcester 7:05 p.m. 7/20 at Worcester 7:05 p.m. 7/21 at Worcester 7:05 p.m. 7/22 at Sussex 7:05 p.m. 7/23 at Sussex 7:05 p.m. 7/24 at Sussex 2:05 p.m. 7/25 at Sussex 2:05 p.m. 7/26 Brockton 7:05 p.m. 7/27 Brockton 7:05 p.m. 7/28 Brockton 11:05 a.m. 7/29 Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 7/30 Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 7/31 Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 8/1 Pittsfield 2:05 p.m. 8/2 OFF DAY 8/3 at Sussex 7:05 p.m. 8/4 at Sussex 11:05 a.m. 8/5 at Sussex 7:05 p.m. 8/6 at Worcester 7:05 p.m. 8/7 at Worcester 7:05 p.m. 8/8 at Worcester 2:05 p.m. 8/9 Quebec 7:05 p.m. 8/10 Quebec 7:05 p.m. 8/11 Quebec 11:05 a.m. 8/12 Worcester 7:05 p.m. 8/13 Worcester 7:05 p.m. 8/14 Worcester 7:05 p.m. 8/15 Worcester 2:05 p.m. 8/16 OFF DAY 8/17 at Brockton 6:05 p.m. 8/18 at Brockton 7:05 p.m. 8/19 at Brockton 7:05 p.m. 8/20 Sussex 7:05 p.m. 8/21 Sussex 2:05 p.m. 8/22 Sussex 2:05 p.m. 8/23 at Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 8/24 at Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 8/25 at Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 8/26 Quebec 7:05 p.m. 8/27 Quebec 7:05 p.m. 8/28 Quebec 7:05 p.m. 8/29 Quebec 2:05 p.m. 8/30 OFF DAY 8/31 Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 9/1 Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 9/2 Pittsfield 7:05 p.m. 9/3 at Quebec 7:05 p.m. 9/4 at Quebec 7:05 p.m. 9/5 at Quebec 7:05 p.m. 9/6 at Quebec 4:05 p.m.

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