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New Jersey Jackals (33-21, 6-1) vs. NEW YORK FEDERALS (10-44, 0-7) Sunday, July 24, 2011 • 2:05 p.m. Yogi Berra Stadium • Little Falls, N.J. LHP James Leverton (7-3, 2.33) vs RHP James Kukucka (2-4, 5.63) Game #55 • Home Game #33 (21-11) 2011JACKALS JACKALS A GLANCE AT AT A GLANCE Overall Record................................... 33-21 1st Half.............................................. 27-20 2nd Half................................................. 6-1 At Home............................................ 21-11 On the Road...................................... 12-10 Day........................................................ 7-5 Night.................................................. 25-16 Streak............................................... Won 6 Last 5 games.......................................... 5-0 Last 10 games........................................ 7-3 vs. LH starters........................................ 4-5 vs. RH starters................................... 29-16 Extra Innings.......................................... 1-1 One-Run Contests............................... 11-9 Shutouts................................................ 7-1 May....................................................... 2-3 June................................................... 19-10 July...................................................... 12-8 August................................................... 0-0 September............................................. 0-0 White Jersey.......................................... 8-3 Gray Jersey............................................ 0-0 Red Jersey......................................... 20-12 Black Jersey........................................... 5-6 Leading after 7.................................... 26-1 Tied after 7............................................ 2-1 Trailing after 7..................................... 3-19 Leading after 8.................................... 27-1 Tied after 8............................................ 1-1 Trailing after 8..................................... 1-17 When Scoring in First Inning............... 14-2 Opponent Scores in First Inning.......... 6-14 Scoring First......................................... 22-3 Opponent Scores First....................... 11-18

YESTERDAY’S CONTEST: The New Jersey Jackals won their sixth consecutive contest behind the power of four home runs as they downed the New York Federals 7-5 on Saturday afternoon. With the win, the Jackals moved in to first place in the second half, marking the first time they have been in sole possession of first place this year. Shaun Ellis (5-1) scattered three runs over six innings to win his second straight start. Kris Sanchez hit two home runs, giving him seven in the month of July. Chris Anderson and Leonard Davis also contributed home runs of their own. Jackals’ closer Jeff Gogal entered in the top of the ninth with two runners on base and no outs but retired the side to notch his tenth save in as many opportunities. THE MAN ON THE MOUND: Left-hander James Leverton makes the start for New Jersey after a dominating performance in his last outing. On Tuesday at Rockland, the Texas native fired eight shutout innings and allowed just five hits while striking out four to lead the Jackals to a 5-4 victory. Leverton, who went 10-1 at three different levels in the Cubs’ system in 2010, enters today with the second-best ERA and second-most wins in the league. The Federals counter with right-hander James Kukucka, who spent parts of the last two seasons with the Quebec Capitales. In two starts against the Jackals this season, the Eastern Connecticut State product is 1-1 and has allowed eight runs in 11 2/3 innings. FEDERAL FACTS: The Federals, who will play all 94 games on the road, are comprised of the most talented players in the New York State League, a league that serves as the official developmental league of the Can-Am League. The NYSL has worked with undrafted college seniors and other unsigned players looking to continue their careers in professional baseball. The Federals roster is made up of mostly rookies, but they do have a few notable veterans including first baseman Eddie Lantigua and catcher Sandy DeLeon. Lantigua spent nine seasons with the Quebec Capitales where he hit 126 home runs before retiring in 2009. The Federals mark DeLeon’s 13th different team over a 10-year career. The Federals have utilized a Can-Am League-high 67 players this season through 53 games.

ZACH IS BACK: On Saturday, July 30, the New Jersey Jackals will retire Zach Smithlin’s number in a ceremony prior to their contest against the Pittsfield Colonials. Festivities will begin at 6 p.m. with first pitch slated for 6:35 p.m. The Jackals’ Fireworks Spectacular will follow the game. Smithlin, a Fair Lawn native, patrolled the Jackals’ outfield for six seasons from 2004-09, spending more time in a Jackals’ uniform than any other position player in team history. The number retirement ceremony is part of Fan-demonium Weekend, which includes the Allstate Hat Giveaway (first 1,000 fans) on Friday night, Zach Smithlin’s number retirement and a postgame Fireworks Spectacular on Saturday, and Family Funday Sunday ($1 hot dogs, postgame kids run the bases, and a player autograph session). Any fan who buys a ticket to one of the three games will receive a free ticket to Fan Appreciation Day on August 31.

JACKALS vs. FEDERALS 2011.................................................................. 8-2

FOLLOW THE JACKALS You can listen to every pitch of the 2011 Jackals season live online at jackals.com through a partnership with Stretch Internet. For home games, the live webcast will also be broadcast in-stadium on 88.1 FM. Cody Chrusciel returns for his fourth season as the Jackals play-by-play announcer for all home and road contests. Matt Sutor will join the broadcast for home games. Broadcasts begin 15 minutes prior to first pitch. WEBSITE: jackals.com BROADCAST: jackals.com LIVE STATS: canamleague.com TWITTER: twitter.com/jackalsbaseball FACEBOOK: facebook.com/jackalsbaseball BLOG: newjerseyjackals.wordpress.com

When Homering................................ 23-11 When Playing Error-Free..................... 15-8 When Starter Goes 7.0+ Innings......... 13-3

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UPCOMING SCHEDULE AND PROBABLE STARTERS Date Monday, July 25 Tuesday, July 26 Wednesday, July 27 Thursday, July 28 Friday, July 29

Opponent @ Worcester Tornadoes @ Worcester Tornadoes @ Worcester Tornadoes @ Worcester Tornadoes vs Pittsfield

NEW JERSEY Starter LHP Jon Kibler (0-2, 6.86 ERA) RHP Bobby Gagg (2-0, 2.59 ERA) LHP Isaac Pavlik (9-1, 2.49 ERA) RHP Shaun Ellis (5-1, 4.46 ERA) LHP James Leverton (today’s starter)

Opponent Starter LHP Zach Zuercher (7-5, 5.03 ERA) RHP Ryan Bicondoa (2-1, 2.61 ERA) LHP Shawn Gilblair (2-4, 4.55 ERA) LHP Ryan Lobban (1-0, 6.75 ERA) TBA

Time 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05


NEW JERSEY’S LAST CONTEST JACKALS RIDE THE LONG BALL TO DOWN FEDERALS FOR 6TH STRAIGHT WIN Saturday, July 23 recap

Little Falls, N.J. – The New Jersey Jackals crushed four home runs, two by Kris Sanchez, en route to a 7-5 win against the New York Federals on Saturday afternoon at Yogi Berra Stadium for their sixth straight victory. The Federals opened the scoring in the top of the first when Jacob Rosenbeck scored on a ground out by Brad Jackson. However, New Jersey answered in the bottom of the second when Jordan Newton walked and scored when Chris Anderson cracked his fifth homer of the year to give the Jackals a 2-1 lead. New Jersey increased the lead in the bottom of the third when Sanchez launched a high fly ball to right field that cleared the fence for a solo home run. The Federals tied the game in the top of the fourth when Jackson scored on a sacrifice fly and Tom Maloney scored on a double by Jim Schult. The Jackals’ power surge continued in the bottom of the fourth when Leonard Davis went deep for his teamleading ninth home run of the season to give the Jackals a 4-3 lead. In the bottom of the fifth, Sanchez lined his second home run of the game to right-center field after a Mike Jones triple to extend the lead to 6-3. New Jersey tacked on another run in the eighth when Chris White singled, stole second base, advanced to third on a wild pitch and scored on a single by Argenis Reyes to increase the lead to 7-3. However, the Federals showed some fight as they plated two runs in the ninth inning before Jeff Gogal came in to close the door for his tenth save of the year. Shaun Ellis (5-1) earned his second straight win after allowing three runs on seven hits while striking out six in six innings. Mike Streaman (1-4) absorbed the loss after allowing six runs on seven hits in 4 2/3 innings. For New Jersey, relievers Michael Moore and Mike Petrowski each contributed a scoreless inning. Jackal Bites: Mike DeJesus had the day off, marking the first time he did not play all year… Sanchez became the fifth Jackal to have a multi-home run game, and the first since Chris Anderson on July 10… The four home runs was one shy of a franchise record which was tied earlier in the year in a 10-4 win at Rockland on June 19… Eight Jackals reached base safely…With his home run, Anderson has five in 19 starts… Gogal is now 10-for-10 in save opportunities New York J.Rosenbeck SS M.Levy 2B D.Pyles PH E.Lantigua 1B J.Fabry CF B.Jackson 3B T.Maloney RF D.Coury C S.Detwiler LF J.Schult DH New York New Jersey

AB 4 4 1 5 4 4 3 3 3 4 35

R H BI 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 3 2 5 10 5 1 0 0 0 2 1

YTD AVG .182 .222 .244 .266 .281 .283 .222 .364 .211 .375

2 0 0 1 2 0

New Jersey C.White CF A.Reyes SS L.Davis 2B M.Leslie RF M.Jones DH N.Giarraputo 3B K.Sanchez 1B J.Newton LF C.Anderson C

0 0 2 0 1 x -

5 10 7 10

AB 5 5 2 4 4 4 4 3 4

R 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 1

H BI 1 0 2 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 2

35

7 10

YTD AVG .216 .303 .317 .322 .284 .326 .279 .246 .203

7

2 1

2B--T.Maloney (11), J.Schult (1). 3B--M.Jones (2). HR--L.Davis (9), K.Sanchez 2 (9), C.Anderson (5). RBI--J.Rosenbeck (7), B.Jackson (20), S.Detwiler (2), J.Schult 2 (2), A.Reyes (22), L.Davis (36), K.Sanchez 3 (38), C.Anderson 2 (13). SF--J.Rosenbeck (1), S.Detwiler (1). SB--C.White (15), A.Reyes (12). E--J.Rosenbeck (2), D.Coury (1), M.Leslie (5). LOB--New York 8, New Jersey 10. YTD IP H R ER BB SO HR ERA New York M.Streaman (L,1-4) 4.2 7 6 6 5 3 4 6.38 A.Foltz 1.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 N.DeLeon 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 M.Anderson 1.0 2 1 1 1 1 0 16.50 8 10 7 7 6 4 4 New Jersey S.Ellis (W,5-1) M.Moore M.Petrowski S.Clyne J.Gogal (S,10)

6.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 1.0 9

7 0 0 2 1 10

3 0 0 2 0 5

3 0 0 2 0 5

2 0 0 1 0 3

6 0 0 0 1 7

0 0 0 0 0 0

4.46 3.00 4.23 18.00 1.88

WP--M.Anderson (3), S.Ellis (4). SO--D.Pyles, E.Lantigua 2, B.Jackson, T.Maloney, S.Detwiler 2, M.Leslie, N.Giarraputo 2, C.Anderson. BB--J.Fabry, T.Maloney, D.Coury, L.Davis 3, M.Leslie, M.Jones, J.Newton. BF--M.Streaman 27 (206), A.Foltz 5 (5), N.DeLeon 3 (3), M.Anderson 6 (39), S.Ellis 27 (176), M.Moore 3 (12), M.Petrowski 3 (62), S.Clyne 3 (7), J.Gogal 4 (98). P-S--M.Streaman 86-48, A.Foltz 18-12, N.DeLeon 12-5, M.Anderson 21-11, S.Ellis 101-59, M.Moore 12-8, M.Petrowski 11-5, S.Clyne 10-4, J.Gogal 16-11. T--2:45.

A--875

BACK IN THE SHOW: Raul Valdes, who pitched for the Jackals in 2006, was called up to the major leagues by the St. Louis Cardinals from Triple-A Memphis on June 23. Valdes, a Cuban defector, made his majorleague debut last season when he appeared in 38 games with the New York Mets. With Memphis this season, the 33-year-old had posted a 3-0 record with a 0.55 ERA in 14 games since shifting from the rotation to the bullpen in mid-May. WE’RE GOING STREAKING: During their eight-game winning streak, which ended on Wednesday, June 29, the Jackals outscored their opponents 48-20. In those eight games, New Jersey starting pitchers allowed just 11 earned runs in 53.2 innings, good for a 1.84 ERA. The Jackals’ longest winning streak last season was six games (July 22-28) when they swept a pair of three-game sets against Sussex and Brockton. MR. 400: Manager Joe Calfapietra collected his 400th regular-season win with the Jackals on June 20 in game two of a doubleheader against the New York Federals. Calfapietra entered the season with 386. POWER SURGE: The Jackals tied a franchise record when they launched five home runs in a 10-4 win at Rockland on June 19. Mike Jones and Jeremy Slayden each homered twice while Leonard Davis also left the yard. Twice before in franchise history had the Jackals tallied five home runs in one game: July 18, 1998 at Adirondack and July 28, 1999 at Massachusetts. New Jersey homered 10 times in the three-game series at Provident Bank Park. After the Jackals plated two runs in the fourth inning, Leonard Davis crushed a two-run homer to right field in the fifth to make it 4-0 befoer New Jersey tacked on a run on a Chris Anderson RBI single in the sixth. FLYING EAST: When the Augusta, N.J.-based Sussex Skyhawks announced they would not be operating in 2011 this past winter, several former Skyhawks made their way to the New Jersey Jackals. Ed Ott, who managed the Skyhawks in 2010, returned to the Jackals, where he served as a coach from 2007-09. Players migrating from Augusta to Little Falls include reliever Jared Locke, and infielders Kris Sanchez and Nick Giarraputo. The Skyhawks were owned by Floyd Hall Enterprises, which also owns the Jackals. OPENING ACT: After their 8-4 win at Pittsfield on Thursday, May 26, New Jersey is 11-3 (.786) alltime on opening day. The Jackals have now won their season opener nine times in the past 10 seasons, with the lone loss during that span coming last year. The Jackals also won their fourth straight home opener on May 31 when they downed Newark 7-6. SPRING FLING: In addition to Oakland A’s reliever Craig Breslow (with New Jersey in 2004), who is currently in his sixth major league season, several former Jackals appeared in major league spring training games. 6-foot-7 right-hander Stuart Pomeranz (2009) posted a 3.86 ERA in three relief appearances for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Southpaw Raul Valdes (2006) appeared in seven games (one start) for the St. Louis Cardinals. First baseman John Lindsey (2005-06) went 1-for-4 for the Dodgers. Righty Jon Hunton (2007) made one relief appearances for the A’s.


TODAY’S PROBABLE NEW JERSEY STARTER

LHP JAMES LEVERTON

#10

Height: 6’2” Weight: 210 Age: 25 Bats: Right Throws: Left Status: LS-2 College: Texas Tech University ERA 2.33 • •

• •

W-L 7-3

G GS CG SHO SV 11 11 0 0 0

IP 73.1

Born: 5/13/1986 in Garland, Texas Resides: Flower Mound, Texas Experience: fourth season (first with Jackals) Drafted: 2008, eighth round (Chicago Cubs)

H R ER BB IBB SO HR 2B 3B 62 23 19 19 0 57 4 8 1

Turned in 19.2 consecutive scoreless innings from June 28 through July 8. Has been named Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week twice this season. For the week ending July 4, went 2-0 with a 0.66 ERA in two starts and allowed just 10 hits in 14.1 innings, walked two batters and struck out 16. During the week ending July 11, tossed eight shutout innings and struck out a career-high 12 batters in one start at Quebec. Has picked off four runners this season, including three that have a combined 40 years of professional experience: Angel Molina of Pittsfield (11 years), Tim Raines Jr. of Newark (13 years), and Pete LaForest of Quebec (16 years). Struck out 10 batters (then a career high) on June 28 vs. Quebec to help New Jersey extend their winning streak to eight games.

CAREER NOTES: Was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the eighth round in 2008 following his junior season at Texas Tech... 35 of his first 41 career games were as a starter, but all 49 appearances in 2010 came in relief... In 2010, Combined to go 10-1 with a 2.75 ERA in 49 relief appearances at three levels in the Cubs system... In 2010, was a Single-A Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star with Peoria, was promoted to Advanced-A Daytona on June 15 and was promoted to Double-A Tennessee in late-August... Played three seasons at Texas Tech University (2006-08) prior to being drafted by the Cubs following his junior season... Was primarily a position player as a freshman and sophomore before shifting to the mound for his junior season... Attended high school in Rockwall, Texas. SEE MEDIA GUIDE FOR COMPLETE BIO

OAVG WP HB BK .234 2 1 0

vs Right: .257 vs Left: .194

NJ 2011 STARTING PITCHER BREAKDOWN Quality Team IP Run Pitcher Starts Starts W-L Record (Avg) Support Phil Bartleski 2 0 0-1 0-2 8.0(4.0) 8(4.0) Bobby Gagg 2 1 2-0 2-0 11.0(5.2) 16(8.0) Shaun Ellis 6 3 4-1 4-2 33.2(5.2) 35(5.8) Jon Kibler 4 0 0-2 2-2 21.0(5.1) 28(7.0) Ryan Kulik 7 1 2-3 3-4 33.1(4.2) 29(4.1) James Leverton 11 8 7-3 8-3 73.1(6.2) 70(6.4) Isaac Pavlik 12 9 9-1 10-2 86.1(7.1) 66(5.5) Chris Vasami 6 0 2-2 2-4 26.0(4.1) 40(6.7) A.J. Wideman 4 1 1-2 2-2 21.2(5.1) 17(4.3) TEAM TOTALS 54 23(43%) 27-15 33-21 314.1(5.2) 315(5.8)

PITCHING COMPARISON STARTERS RELIEVERS

W-L 27-15 5-6

ERA 4.52 3.40

IP 314.1 153.3

H 351 148

R 174 73

ER 158 58

LEVERTON’S CAREER STATS YR 08 09 10

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

LEVERTON’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME DATE OPPONENT Jul 19 @Rockland Jul 14 Brockton Jul 8 @Quebec Jul 3 New York Jun 28 Quebec Jun 21 New York Jun 16 Pittsfield Jun 11 Worcester Jun 6 Rockland Jun 1 Newark May 27 @Pittsfield

RES DEC W 5-4 W L 7-12 L W 4-0 W W 18-0 W W 2-1 W W 10-0 W W 6-3 W L 1-10 L W 3-2 - W 10-5 W L 2-5 L

IP 8.0 6.0 8.0 7.0 7.1 8.0 7.0 4.0 6.2 5.1 6.0

R 0 7 0 0 1 0 2 6 2 2 3

ER H SV 0 5 0 5 10 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 1 7 0 0 5 0 2 3 0 6 8 0 2 5 0 1 4 0 2 8 0

BB 2 3 1 0 2 1 1 4 1 2 2

SO BF 4 29 2 31 12 29 6 23 10 29 6 27 4 25 2 22 7 25 2 23 2 26

OPP. STARTER Jon Velasquez Mike Smith Karl Gelinas Luis Pardo Dan Sausville James Kukucka Miguel Flores Zach Zuercher Bobby Blevins Jesse Estrada Dave Qualben

SCORE WHEN LEFT leading 5-0 trailing 7-2 leading 4-0 leading 17-0 leading 2-1 leading 10-0 leading 6-2 trailing 6-0 tied 2-2 leading 6-2 trailing 3-2

ERA 2.33 2.62 2.12 2.46 2.84 3.16 4.03 4.50 2.50 2.38 3.00

NOTES All five hits allowed were 1B (induced pair of DP) Allowed first three batters of the game to score Career-high 12 Ks (19.2 straight scoreless innings) No runner reached 2nd base. Two broken-bat 1B Struck out a career-high 10 batters (previous - 7) Threw just 86 pitches through 8 shutout innings Retired 15 straight batters after leadoff 2B in 1st Allowed four first-inning runs and four XBH Retired 10 straight before allowing 2 runs in 7th Allowed just one hit over the first 3.1 innings First start since September 3, 2009 (89 pitches)


STARTINGLINEUP LINEUP BY STARTING BY BATTING BATTINGORDER ORDER Player

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Chris Anderson

8

9

10

9

Dan Betteridge Leonard Davis

1

Mike DeJesus

40

51 13

Mike Demperio

2

Nick Giarraputo

6

Mike Jones

6

Myron Leslie

3

40

47

1

1

4

10

9

20

21

1

5

3

6

Nick Santomauro Jeremy Slayden

26 14

Individual Offense

MOST RUNS, GAME................................................................................4 (Kris Sanchez - 7/16 vs Brockton) MOST HITS, GAME................................................. 5 (Mike DeJesus 2x - 6/1 vs Newark & 7/3 vs New York) MOST DOUBLES, GAME...........................................................................3 (Chris White - 7/16 vs Brockton) MOST TRIPLES, GAME................................................................... 1 (Argenis Reyes 2x, last 6/1 vs Newark) MOST HOME RUNS, GAME.................................................................................................................. 2 (3x) MOST RBIs, GAME......................... 5 (2x, Kris Sanchez - 6/16 vs Pittsfield & Mike Jones - 7/3 vs New York) MOST WALKS, GAME............................................................................... 3 (Myron Leslie - 6/6 vs Rockland) MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME..................................................................................................3 (several times) MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME...............................................................................................2 (several times) LONGEST HITTING STREAK.......... 11 (Leonard Davis - 6/5 thru 6/15, and Nick Giarraputo - 5/26 thru 6/7)

Individual Pitching

1

12

Kris Sanchez

Chris White

26

48

Jordan Newton Argenis Reyes

18

JACKALS HIGHS AND LOWS

1

2

2 27

MOST RUNS ALLOWED, GAME.................................................................... 10 (Ryan Kulik - 7/6 @ Quebec) MOST EARNED RUNS ALLOWED, GAME...................................................... 10 (Ryan Kulik - 7/6 @ Quebec) MOST HITS ALLOWED, GAME...................................................................... 11 (Ryan Kulik - 7/6 @ Quebec) MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME..................................................................12 (James Leverton - 7/8 vs Quebec) MOST WALKS, GAME......................................................................4 (James Leverton - 6/11 vs Worcester ) MOST HOME RUNS ALLOWED, GAME..................................................... 2 (Chris Vasami - 6/3 vs Rockland) MOST INNINGS PITCHED, GAME........................................................ 9.0 (Isaac Pavlik - 6/10 vs Worcester) FEWEST HITS ALLOWED, GAME (Starter, min 5 IP)..............................................................3 (several times)

TEAM OFFENSE

MOST RUNS, GAME...................................................................................................... 18 (7/3 vs New York) MOST RUNS, INNING............................................................................... 10 (7/20 vs Rockland - 8th inning) MOST HITS, GAME........................................................................................................ 20 (7/3 vs New York) FEWEST HITS, GAME......................................................................................................7 (5/27 @ Pittsfield) MOST DOUBLES, GAME.................................................................................................. 7 (7/3 vs New York) MOST TRIPLES, GAME.........................................................................................................1 (several times) MOST HOME RUNS, GAME........................................................................................... 5 (6/19 @ Rockland MOST HOME RUNS, INNING................................................................................................................ 2 (3x) MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A HOME RUN........................ 6 (5/26 @ Pittsfield thru 6/1 vs Newark) MOST EXTRA-BASE HITS, GAME....................................................................... 6 (3x, last 6/18 @ Rockland) MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME.............................................................................................5 (6/9 vs Newark) MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME........................................................................................... 14 (6/3 vs Rockland) MOST WALKS, GAME........................................................................................8 (2x, last 6/23 vs New York) MOST HIT BATTERS, GAME..................................................................................................2 (several times) MOST LEFT ON BASE, GAME...........................................................................................13 (6/1 vs Newark)

Team Pitching

STARTINGLINEUP LINEUP BY STARTING BYPOSITION POSITION Player Chris Anderson

C

1B

2B

3B

1

3

SS

LF

CF

RF DH

23

7

18

19

Dan Betteridge Leonard Davis Mike DeJesus

54

Mike Demperio

50

Mike Jones Myron Leslie

3

50

35

1

Jordan Newton

12 15

Argenis Reyes Kris Sanchez

Team Miscellaneous

2

Nick Giarraputo

Chris White

2 1

51 51

Nick Santomauro Jeremy Slayden

MOST RUNS ALLOWED, GAME..................................................................................... 11 (6/3 vs Rockland) MOST RUNS ALLOWED, INNING...................................................................6 (6/3 vs Rockland - 1st inning) MOST HITS ALLOWED, GAME......................................................................................... 18 (6/7 @ Newark) FEWEST HITS ALLOWED, GAME..................................................... 4 (2x, 6/5 vs Rockland & 7/8 @ Quebec) MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME............................................................................................. 13 (7/8 @ Quebec) MOST WALKS, GAME.....................................................................................................11 (6/29 vs Quebec) MOST HOME RUNS ALLOWED, GAME.................................................................................2 (several times) MOST EXTRA-BASE HITS ALLOWED, GAME.................................................................... 6 (6/3 vs Rockland) MOST WILD PITCHES, GAME...................................................................................... 3 (7/10 @ Worcester) MOST HIT BATTERS, GAME..................................................................................................2 (several times)

3 16

6 18

1

MOST ERRORS, GAME............................................................. 4 (2x, 5/27 @ Pittsfield & 7/14 vs Brockton) LONGEST WINNING STREAK...........................................................8 (6/20 vs New York to 6/28 vs Quebec) LONGEST LOSING STREAK............................................................3 (5/27 @ Pittsfield thru 5/29 @ Newark) LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY................................................................... 18 (7/3 vs New York - 18-0 win) LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT.............................................................................................9 (several times) LARGEST DEFICIT OVERCOME TO WIN................................... 9 (7/20 vs Rockland - trailed 10-1 in the 8th) LONGEST GAME, INNINGS.............................................................................................. 12 (7/7 @ Quebec) LONGEST GAME TIME............................................................................................... 3:32 (6/3 vs Rockland) LONGEST GAME TIME, 7 INNING CONTEST.............................................. 2:03 (6/15 vs Pittsfield - Game 1) SHORTEST GAME TIME, 9 INNING CONTEST........................................................... 2:13 (7/17 @ Rockland) SHORTEST GAME TIME, 7 INNING CONTEST............................................ 1:27 (6/15 vs Pittsfield - Game 2) LARGEST HOME CROWD..................................................................................... 3,707 (6/12 vs Worcester) LARGEST ROAD CROWD ........................................................................................... 4,140 (7/9 @ Quebec)

44

JACKALS INJURY REPORT PLAYER INJURY DL/IL DATE ON DATE OFF GAMES NONE SEASON TOTALS 0

* = retroactive date


ERRORS BY POSITION CENTER FIELD

LEFT FIELD Player Slayden

Player None

E 1

E 11

THIRD BASE Player Davis Giarraputo

E

Player Leslie

Player Demperio Reyes

DATE 6/6

E 3

Player Bartleski Kibler Kulik Leverton Locke

DATE 5/28 6/18 7/7

GAME-WINNER (SCORED) INN. SCORE OPP. Argenis Reyes (bases-loaded walk) 10 3-2 ROC

BATTER Johnny Welch Ryan Mollica Patrick D’Aoust

GAME-WINNER solo home run solo home run bases-loaded walk

INN. 9th 9th 12th

SCORE 4-3 5-4 3-2

OPP. @ PIT @ ROC @ QUE

JACKALS MULTI-HR GAMES DATE 6/18 6/19 6/19 7/10 7/23

FIRST BASE E 1 1 3 1 1

BATTER Jeremy Slayden

LAST AT-BAT WINS - OPPONENTS

E 1 9

PITCHER E 2 6

LAST AT-BAT WINS - JACKALS

RIGHT FIELD

SECOND BASE

SHORTSTOP Player DeJesus

JACKALS SIGNIFICANT EVENTS

Player Sanchez

E 5

BATTER Leonard Davis Mike Jones Jeremy Slayden Chris Anderson Kris Sanchez

OPP. @ ROC @ ROC @ ROC @ WOR vs NYF

PITCHER(S) Jon Velasquez (4th and 6th innings) John Muller (3rd and 5th innings) John Muller (3rd) and Brett Carroll (9th) Shawn Gilblair (3rd and 5th innings) Michael Streaman (3rd and 5th innings)

JACKALS GRAND SLAMS DATE 7/3 7/7

BATTERS Mike Jones Kris Sanchez

OPP. NYF @ QUE

PITCHER Evan Jackno John Mariotti

INNING 6th 1st

JACKALS 1st INNING LEAD-OFF HOME RUNS DATE 6/24

CATCHER Player Anderson Leslie

CS 3 6 9

MULTI-HIT GAMES Anderson Davis DeJesus Giarraputo Jones Leslie Newton Reyes Sanchez Santomauro Slayden White

2 3 14 10 12 11 11 4 12 9 3 7 6

3 - 6 4 5 3 5 - 1 1 - - 1

4 - - - 1 - - - 3 1 - - 2

5 - - 2 - - - - - - - - -

Tot. 3 20 16 18 14 16 4 16 11 3 7 9

SB 19 26 45

OPP. @ BRO

NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

ATT 22 32 54

CS% 14% 18% 17%

2 1 5 5 2 8 8 2 3 4 - 5 2

3 1 2 1 2 2 - - 2 2 1 - 1

4 - 1 - - 1 - - - 1 - - 1

OPP. @ Newark Pittsfield New York @ Brockton New York @ Quebec @ Rockland

SCORE 4-0 4-0 10-0 4-0 18-0 4-0 5-0

HITS 4 4 5 7 3 4 7

PITCHER(S) Vasami, Fox, Locke Pavlik Leverton, Hunt Wideman, Petrowski, Locke, Fox Leverton, Locke, Gogal Leverton, Fox Ellis

JACKALS PICKOFFS

ERRORS 3 2 5

MULTI-RBI GAMES Anderson Davis DeJesus Giarraputo Jones Leslie Newton Reyes Sanchez Santomauro Slayden White

DATE 6/8 6/15 6/21 6/26 7/3 7/8 7/18

PITCHER Freddy Flores

SHUTOUTS BY JACKALS PITCHERS

E 3 2

THE CATCHERS BOX CATCHER PB Chris Anderson 1 Myron Leslie 8 TOTALS 9

BATTER Argenis Reyes

5 Tot. - 2 - 8 - 6 - 4 1 12 - 8 - 2 - 5 1 9 - 1 - 5 - 4

DATE PITCHER CATCHER 5/27 James Leverton 5/29 A.J. Wideman 6/1 James Leverton 6/7 Mike Pontius 6/12 Ryan Kulik 6/21 James Leverton 6/28 James Leverton 7/9 Jared Locke 7/14 James Leverton 7/15 Jon Kibler 7/16 Bobby Gagg 7/17 Myron Leslie 7/20 Jon Kibler

RUNNER Angel Molina (Pittsfield) Brandon Watson (Newark) Tim Raines Jr. (Newark) Kyle LaMotta (Newark) Ryan Crespi (Worcester) Alex Bardeguez (New York) Pete LaForest (Quebec) Sebastien Boucher (Quebec) Dominic Ramos (Brockton) Melvin Falu (Brockton) Melvin Falu (Brockton) Mike Richard (Brockton) Jeremy Slayden (Rockland)

JACKALS EJECTIONS DATE 6/30 6/10

PLAYER/COACH Ani Ramos Ed Ott Bobby Gagg Joe Calfapietra

UMPIRE (INNING) NOTE Mike Jadach (1st) Mike Jadach (9th) Rick Elrod (6th) Rob Dickinson (8th)

CAN-AM LEAGUE AWARD WINNERS PITCHER OF THE MONTH June Isaac Pavlik

(5 starts, 5-0, 1.66 ERA 3 CG, 38 IP, 29 hits, 7 ER, 5 BB, 27 K)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK NONE

PITCHER OF THE WEEK 6/6 Jeff Gogal 7/4 James Leverton 7/11 James Leverton

OF ASSISTS Leonard Davis Myron Leslie

2 3

Jordan Newton Jeremy Slayden

3 2

Chris White

3

(3 games, 2 saves, 3.2 innings, 0 runs, 0 hits, 2 BB, 6 K) (2 starts, 2-0, 0.63 ERA, 14.3 IP, 10 H, 1 ER, 16 K, 2 BB) (8 shutout innings, career-high 12 Ks at Quebec on 7/8)


JACKALS ALUMNI IN AFFILIATED BASEBALL (statistics current through July 18) W/ NJ

LEVEL

ORG.

G

AVG.

HR

RBIs

Chris Garcia

Player

2009

A

Rome Braves

ATL

53

.337

11

38

Has hit five HRs in his last 11 games. Would rank second in the SAL in batting if he had enough at-bats to qualify.

John Lindsey

2005-06

AAA

Albuquerque Isotopes

LAD

54

.288

7

34

Currently on the 7-day DL (last game - July 8)

Timo Perez

2009

AAA

Toledo Mud Hens

DET

79

.297

5

34

Signed with the Tigers in January

Shawn Riggans

2010

AA

Huntsville Stars

MIL

7

.167

0

0

On rehab in AZL. Hasn’t played w/ Huntsville since April 21.

Pitcher

TEAM

TEAM

NOTES

W/ NJ

LEVEL

ORG.

G

GS

W-L

ERA

NOTES

Craig Breslow

2004

MLB

Oakland Athletics

OAK

39

0

0-2

3.03

11 straight scoreless app. Ranked 2nd in AL games in ‘09 and ‘10

Dustin Cameron

2009

A+

Clearwater Threshers

PHI

3

0

0-0

9.82

Contract purchased from Grand Prairie (Amer. Assoc.) on July 7

Raul Valdes

2006

MLB

St. Louis Cardinals

STL

6

0

0-1

3.60

Was promoted to St. Louis on 6/23 and made debut on 6/26

AAA

Memphis Redbirds

STL

21

7

5-2

5.05

Moved to bullpen in mid-May (3-0, 0.55 ERA, 6 hits in 16.1 IP)

RECENT JACKALS TRANSACTIONS DATE PLAYER 7/18 Michael Moore (RHP) Jeremy Hunt (RHP) 7/14 Nick Santomauro (OF) Jeremy Slayden (OF) 7/13 Ryan Kulik (LHP) 7/3 Jon Kibler (LHP) 7/2 A.J. Wideman (LHP) 6/27 Mike Pontius (RHP) 6/26 Chris Vasami (RHP) 6/24 Jordan Newton (OF) Mike Petrowski (RHP) 6/21 Jeremy Hunt (RHP) Mike Demperio (INF) 6/20 A.J. Wideman (LHP) Philip Bartleski (RHP) 6/9 Mike Demperio (INF) Dan Betteridge (INF) 6/7 Ryan Kulik (LHP) A.J. Wideman (LHP) Shaun Ellis (RHP) 5/29 A.J. Wideman (LHP) 5/27 Charlie Gordon (RHP) 5/26 Angel Flores (C) 5/24 Myron Leslie (INF/C) A.J. Wideman (LHP) Stephen Clyne (RHP) Ryan Royster (OF) 5/22 Lance McClain (LHP) Myron Leslie (INF) 5/21 Ryan Lobban (LHP) 5/20 Leonard Davis (OF) 5/18 Lance McClain (LHP) Juan Portes (OF) 5/12 Travis Jones (2B) 5/9 Jeremy Slayden (OF)

TRANSACTION Signed Released Signed Traded to Rockland Boulders for a player to be named later Released Signed Released Released Released Signed Acquired from the New York Federals in exchange for cash Signed Released Signed Traded to Fort Worth Cats in exchange for future considerations Signed Released Signed Released Acquired from El Paso Diablos to complete an earlier trade Activated from inactive list Released Released Signed Placed on inactive list Placed on inactive list Traded to Brockton Rox for a player to be named later Released Added to spring training roster Traded to Newark Bears for a player to be named later Signed Placed on inactive list Placed on inactive list Released Signed

JACKALS MANAGER JOE CALFAPIETRA • • • • • • • • • • • •

Last name is pronounced cal-fuh-pee-A-tra In his ninth season with New Jersey, is the longest-tenured manager in the Can-Am League. 12th season overall as a professional manager (2000 and 2001 w/ Allentown, 2002 w/ Gary). Only two current independent managers have been at their team’s helm longer than Calfapietra: Doug Simunic (entering his 16th season with Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks of the American Association) and Sparky Lyle (entering his 14th season with the Somerset Patriots of the Atlantic League). Enters 2011 14 wins shy of 400 w/ NJ. No other Jackals skipper has won more than 129 (Kash Beauchamp) Three-time Manager of the Year (2002 w/ Gary, 2004 and 2010 w/ New Jersey). Played at Eastern College in Saint Davids, PA. Was a two-time Division III All-American selection at 1B. Has spent time coaching at Eastern College, St. Joseph’s University, and Villanova University. Was inducted into the Gary SouthShore Railcats Hall of Fame in 2009. Spent three years on the staff of Jackals coach Ed Ott when Ott was the manager in Allentown. Resides in Collegeville, Pa. Managerial records entering 2011: with New Jersey (386-352), career (506-497)

JACKALS 2011 vs. OPPONENTS Brockton.............................................. 4-2 Newark................................................ 3-3 New York............................................. 8-2 Pittsfield.............................................. 3-4 Quebec................................................ 4-4 Rockland.............................................. 8-3 Worcester............................................ 3-3

JACKALS ALL-TIME vs. OPPONENTS Brockton............................... 67-55 (2002) Newark..................................... 3-3 (2011) New York.................................. 8-2 (2011) Pittsfield................................. 9-18 (2010) Quebec................................. 76-96 (1999) Rockland................................... 8-3 (2011) Worcester............................. 48-48 (2005)

TODAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY JULY 24 1983 - In the memorable Pine Tar Game at Yankee Stadium, George Brett hits an apparent 2-run home run off Rich Gossage to give the Royals a 5-4 lead with two outs in the ninth inning. But Yankees manager Billy Martin points out that the pine tar on Brett’s bat handle exceeds the seventeen inches allowed in the rules. As a result, Brett is called out for illegally batting the ball, giving New York a 4-3 victory. The Royals immediately protest, and American League President Lee MacPhail overrules his umpires for the first time saying that, while the rules should certainly be rewritten and clarified, the home run will stand and the game will be resumed from that point on August 18. 1993 - Mets outfielder Vince Coleman throws an explosive device - the equivalent of a quarter stick of dynamite - at fans after a game at Dodger Stadium. Amanda Santos, 2, suffers injuries to her cheek, finger and eye, and two others complain of injuries as well. Prosecutors decide to charge Coleman with a felony rather than a misdemeanor because of the explosive’s strength and the amount of damage. The Mets later announce the high-priced Coleman will never again play for the team; he doesn’t.


BULLPEN BRIEFS PITCHER RELIEF APP. LAST OPP. RES DEC IP R ER H SV BB SO BF Philip Bartleski 5 Dan Betteridge 1 Stephen Clyne 2 Jul 23 New York W 7-5 - 0.0 2 2 2 0 1 0 3 Shaun Ellis 5 Jul 15 Brockton L 3-4 - 1.0 0 0 1 0 0 2 4 Steve Fox 24 Jul 22 New York W 4-3 - 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 Bobby Gagg 13 Jul 10 @Worcester L 6-7 - 0.1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 Jeff Gogal 21 Jul 23 New York W 7-5 - 1.0 0 0 1 1 0 1 4 Jeremy Hunt 8 Jul 14 Brockton L 7-12 - 1.0 4 4 3 0 2 1 9 Jared Locke 23 Jul 21 New York W 3-2 - 1.0 0 0 2 0 0 2 5 Michael Moore 2 Jul 23 New York W 7-5 - 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Mike Petrowski 8 Jul 23 New York W 7-5 - 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Mike Pontius 10 2011 BULLPEN TOTALS

FIRST BATTER INHERITED/ SAVES/ RETIRED/FACED SCORED OPP. 4/5 7/1 1/1 1/2 4/5 1/1 20/24 13/1 3/3 8/13 6/4 15/21 12/2 10/10 5/8 2/0 1/1 17/23 13/4 1/1 2/2 4/8 5/3 7/10 4/4 88/122(72%) 63/20(32%) 15/15

LONGEST OUTING 3.0 (6/3 vs Rockland) 1.0 (6/5 vs Rockland) 1.0 (7/16 vs Brockton) 3.0 (6/9 vs Newark) 2.1 7/12 @ Worcester) 3.0 (6/11 vs Worcester) 2.1 (7/7 @ Quebec) 1.0 (6/21 vs New York) 2.1 (7/10 @ Worcester) 2.0 (7/20 vs Rockland) 2.2 (7/11 @ Worcester) 2.0 (6/3 vs Rockland)

6

MIKE PETROWSKI

RHP

R/R

6’5”/205

24 Years Old

1st Season (1st w/ Jackals)

16

JARED LOCKE

LHP

R/L

6’6”/240

26 Years Old

6th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

21

STEVE FOX

RHP

R/R

6’6”/215

25 Years Old

3rd Season (1st w/ Jackals)

26

STEPHEN CLYNE

RHP

R/R

6’2”/205

26 Years Old

5th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

31

JEFF GOGAL

RHP

R/L

6’2”/195

29 Years Old

7th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

32

MICHAEL MOORE

RHP

R/R

6’2”/195

25 Years Old

3rd Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Born: 9/9/1986 College: Rider University Career High K: 6 (6/22/11 w/ New York vs. New Jersey) Resides: Hamilton, N.J. Drafted: not drafted Career High BB: 3 (several times) 2011 w/ New York Federals: 5 games (3 starts), 1-2, 2.05 ERA, 26.1 IP, 21 hits, 8 BB, 20 K, .212 opp. avg. 2011 NOTES: Was acquired by the Jackals from the New York Federals in exchange for cash on June 24... With the Federals, went 1-2 with a 2.05 ERA in five games (three starts) and allowed just 21 hits in 26.1 innings and turning in two complete games... In two relief appearances with the Federals, tossed 5.1 scoreless innings... Led the Federals to their second win of the season on June 10 at Pittsfield, allowing one run in seven innings in his second career start. CAREER NOTES: Wrapped up his four-year career at Rider University in 2009... As a junior in 2008, started every conference series opener and notched the save in the MAAC title game, helping the Broncs clinch their first conference title in 15 years and sending them to the NCAA regional.... Is Rider’s career leader in innings pitched... During his high school career, Petrowski tossed a perfect game and helped carry Steinert High School to a pair of Mercer County championships. Born: 8/14/1984 in Spartanburg, S.C. College: Newberry College Career High K: 6 (8/1/06 w/ AZL Rangers vs. AZL Royals) Resides: Inman, S.C. Drafted: not drafted Career High BB: 4 (2x, last 8/5/10 w/ Sussex vs. New Jersey) 2010 w/ Sussex Skyhawks: 49 games (0 starts), 6-8, 3.93 ERA, 52.2 IP, 51 hits, 24 BB, 50 K, .250 opp. avg. 2011 NOTES: Went 7.2 consecutive scoreless innings over six outings from May 29 thru June 8. CAREER NOTES: In 2010, set a Can-Am League record with 49 appearances (seven more than any other league hurler), eclipsing the previous mark of 48 set by Andy Weimer of the New Haven County Cutters in 2007... Held left-handed hitters to a .198 batting average compared to .333 against righties in ‘10... With the bases loaded, allowed just one hit in seven at-bats (a .143 average) in ‘10... Originally signed as a non-drafted free agent by the Texas Rangers in 2006… Spent parts of three seasons w/ Frontier League’s Traverse City Beach Bums (2007-09) after being released by Rangers in June 2007. Born: 11/10/1985 in Washington Township, N.J. College: N/A Resides: Washington Township, N.J. Drafted: not drafted 2010 w/ Lowell Spinners, Greenville Drive, and Salem Red Sox: 18 games (0 starts), 4-2, 5.25 ERA, 48.0 IP, 47 hits, 17 BB, 47 K, .241 opp. avg. 2011 NOTES: Surrendered two runs in first appearance of the season but has allowed just two runs and six hits in nine outings (9.1 innings) since. CAREER NOTES: Spent the majority of the 2010 season with the Lowell Spinners, where he went 4-2 with a 4.96 ERA in 16 games... Spent 2009 with the Sussex Skyhawks, where he posted a 3.98 ERA in 19 relief appearances, including 42 strikeouts in 40.2 innings... After the 2009 season, was named the ninth-best independent league prospect by Baseball America and had his contract purchased by the Red Sox that October... Is a former standout at Bergen Catholic High School in nearby Oradell, N.J. Born: 09/22/1984 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. College: Clemson University Resides: Madisonville, La. Drafted: 2007, 3rd round (New York Mets) 2010 w/ St. Lucie Mets: 10 games (0 starts), 1-1, 3.86 ERA, 14 IP, 16 hits, 9 BB, 11 K, .291 opp. avg. 2011 NOTES: Began the 2011 season on the inactive list... Was activated for the first time on July 16 and made his debut that night, tossing one scoreless inning. CAREER NOTES: Spent first four professional seasons in Mets’ minor league system before being released in July 2010 after allowing 31 baserunners in 14 innings for Advanced-A St. Lucie... Reached as high as Double-A Binghamton in 2009... Has never started a game at the professional level (117 relief appearances entering 2011)... In his career, has allowed just five home runs in 164.1 innings (roughly one every 32 innings)... Grew up in Parkland, Fla... Spent five seasons at Clemson University, where he helped lead the Tigers to the 2006 College World Series as a junior... Underwent “Tommy John” surgery after redshirting as a freshman in 2003. Born: 6/10/82 in Belleville, N.J. College: Montclair State University Career High K: 11 (8/28/04 w/ Jamestown vs. Mahoning Valley) Resides: Loxley, Ala. Drafted: 2004, 12th round (Florida Marlins) Career High BB: 4 (7/2/04 w/ Jamestown vs. Batavia) 2010 w/ Jupiter Hammerheads, New Orleans Zephyrs, and Jacksonville Suns: 37 games (0 starts), 2-1, 2.20 ERA, 41.0 IP, 30 hits, 11 BB, 38 K, .200 opp. avg. 2011 NOTES: Was named Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week on June 6 after turning in three scoreless, hitless appearances and notching two saves while striking out six... In his first appearance of the season on May 28, surrendered a walk-off home run to Johnny Welch. CAREER NOTES: Former Montclair State University hurler returns to Yogi Berra Stadium after spending six seasons in the Florida Marlins system... Was released by the Marlins in April 2011 following spring training... Has spent parts of four seasons at the Double-A level... Attended Kearny High School in Kearny, N.J... Began the 2010 season at Advanced-A Jupiter, was called up to New Orleans for his Triple-A debut, and finished the season at Double-A Jacksonville. Born: 11/6/1985 College: Erskine College Career High K: 9 (9/4/10 w/ Traverse City vs. Washington) Resides: Lexington, S.C. Drafted: not drafted Career High BB: 4 (several times) 2011 w/ Lake County Fielders: 7 games (5 starts), 2-2, 3.48 ERA, 31.0 IP, 28 hits, 18 BB, 16 K, .200 opp. avg. 2011 NOTES: Earned the win in his Jackals’ debut on July 20 vs. Rockland, allowing one run over two innings of relief before New Jersey rallied for 10 runs in the eighth inning to erase a 10-1 deficit... Began 2011 with the Lake County Fielders (Zion, Ill.) of the independent North American League, but was granted free agency on July 13... With Lake County, went also 3-for-6 at the plate. CAREER NOTES: In 2010, went 9-6 with a 3.28 ERA in 18 starts for the Traverse City Beach Bums in the Frontier League, allowing just 85 hits in 98.2 innings with 56 strikeouts and 48 walks... As a rookie in 2009, made eight relief appearances for the Joliet Jackhammers and Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks in the Northern League and allowed nine earned runs in 12 innings... Played at Division II Erskine College in Due West, S.C., where he went 32-9 for the Flying Fleet from 2005-09


BATTER CAPSULES 2

ARGENIS REYES

INF

S/R

5’10”/180

28 Years Old

9th Season (2nd w/ Jackals)

9

CHRIS WHITE

OF

S/R

5’11”/195

23 Years Old

5th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

11

JORDAN NEWTON

OF

R/R

5’11”/195

25 Years Old

6th Season (2nd w/ Jackals)

12

NICK SANTOMAURO

OF

L/R

6’2”/210

23 Years Old

3rd Season (1st w/ Jackals)

13

LEONARD DAVIS

UTIL

L/R

5’9”/215

27 Years Old

8th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

15

MIKE DEJESUS

SS

L/R

5’10”/185

28 Years Old

7th Season (3rd w/ Jackals)

Born: 9/25/1982 in Santiago, Dominican Republic College: N/A Resides: Santiago, Dominican Republic Drafted: not drafted 2010 w/ New Jersey, Pawtucket Red Sox and Columbus Clippers: 63 games, .289 average, 2 HRs, 20 RBIs, 6-8 SB 2011 NOTES: Fell one assist shy of tying the Can-Am League record (10, set by Quebec’s Seth Henry on June 30 vs New Jersey) when he recorded nine assists on July 16 vs Brockton... Left New Jersey’s game at Newark on May 29 in the third inning after getting spiked in the shin on a double play in the bottom of the second... On opening night (May 26 at Pittsfield), went 4-for-5 with three RBIs and finished a home run shy of the cycle. CAREER NOTES: First name is pronounced arr-HEY-niss... Enters his second stint with the Jackals... Began 2010 as New Jersey’s starting 2B and had his contract purchased by the Red Sox on July 2... With Boston, played with Triple-A Pawtucket (.256 average in 14 games) before being traded to the Indians on August 5 where he finished the season at Triple-A Columbus (.340 average in 16 games)... Spent parts of 2008 and 2009 at the major league level with the New York Mets (.205 in 58 career MLB games)... Made his MLB debut on July 3, 2008 and batted .218 in 49 games that season... In 2009, went 2-for-17 in nine MLB games... Is errorless in 114 major league chances... Originally signed as a nondrafted free agent by the Cleveland Indians in 2001... With New Jersey in 2010, committed just two errors in 33 games. Born: 11/12/1987 in Lompoc, Calif. College: Sacramento City College Resides: Lompoc, Calif. Drafted: 2007, 12th round (Detroit Tigers) 2010 w/ Lakeland Flying Tigers, Erie SeaWolves and Toledo Mud Hens: 92 games, .220 average, 5 HR, 23 RBIs, 14-19 SB 2011 NOTES: Went 4-for-4 with three doubles on July 16 vs. Brockton (had four extra-base hits in 145 at-bats entering the night)... Went 4-for-5 with two stolen bases in June 9 loss vs. Newark... Two-run homer in the bottom of the eighth inning in May 31 home opener proved to be the game winner in a 7-6 victory over Newark. CAREER NOTES: Spent his first four seasons in the Detroit Tigers’ organization... In 2010, hit .187 at Advanced-A Lakeland (42 games), .211 at Double-A Erie (27 games) and .284 at Triple-A Toledo (23 games)... Played two seasons of junior college baseball at Sacramento City College Born: 8/29/1985 in Elizabethtown, Ky. College: Western Kentucky University Resides: Hodgenville, Ky. Drafted: 2006, sixth round (Detroit Tigers) 2010 w/ New Jersey Jackals and Bradenton Marauders: 66 games, .345 average, 3 HR, 36 RBIs, 5-6 SB 2011 NOTES: His first three home runs of the season came over a four-game span from July 10-14... Re-signed with New Jersey on June 24... Went to spring training with the Pittsburgh Pirates but requested his release prior to the start of the season. CAREER NOTES: Began 2010 as the Jackals’ starting catcher and batted a team-leading .364 with two home runs and 20 RBIs in 27 games prior to having his contract purchased by the Pittsburgh Pirates on July 3... Finished 2010 with the Advanced-A Bradenton Marauders, batting .331 in 39 games... Missed the first five games of the 2010 season with tendonitis in his right shoulder... Both of his home runs with New Jersey in 2010 came in a 7-6 loss on June 12 at Sussex... With the Jackals in 2010, played five games in the outfield and 19 behind the plate... Converted to an outfielder for the 2008 season at West Michigan (56 games in the outfield, 21 at catcher) before moving back behind the plate in 2009 (0 games in the outfield), where he began the season at West Michigan before being called up to Lakeland three weeks into the season... Entering 2011, is a career .277 hitter... Was selected out of high school by the New York Mets in the 31st round of the 2003 draft, but did not sign and played four seasons at Western Kentucky University. Born: 6/13/1988 in Hackensack, N.J. College: Dartmouth College Resides: North Caldwell, N.J. Drafted: 2009, 10th round (New York Mets) 2010 w/ Savannah Sand Gnats: 81 games, .191 average, 0 HR, 13 RBIs, 2-4 SB 2011 Notes: First home run with New Jersey, a three-run shot on July 20 vs Rockland, helped key a 10-run eighth inning and overcome a 10-1 deficit in an 11-10 win. That homer was his first since 9/4/09 with Brooklyn... Picked up hits in each of his first two at-bats in his Jackals’ debut on July 15 vs. Brockton and compiled four hits in his first eight at-bats with New Jersey... Signed with New Jersey on July 14. CAREER NOTES: Was selected by the New York Mets in the 10th round of the 2009 draft following his junior season at Dartmouth College, where he was the Ivy League Player of the Year that spring... Spent his first two seasons in the Mets’ minor league system, rising as high as Single-A Savannah in 2010... In 2009, batted .241 with six home runs and 21 RBIs for the Brooklyn Cyclones and was teammates with Bobby Gagg... Was a First-Team All-Ivy League pick each of his three seasons at Dartmouth, where he batted .376 with 19 home runs for his career and majored in government... In 2008 Ivy League Championship, Dartmouth fell to Columbia but Santomauro went 5-for-11 with four home runs... As a high school senior in 2006, helped lead nearby West Essex High School to an Essex County championship... Father, Anthony, played baseball at Lehman College. Born: 12/24/1983 in Los Banos, Calif. College: Fresno City College Resides: Hanford, Calif. Drafted: 2004, eighth round (Montreal Expos) 2011 w/ Harrisburg Senators and Syracuse Chiefs: 129 games, .252 average, 20 HR, 51 RBIs, 10-13 SB 2011 Notes: In his first start of the season at third base (June 24 at Brockton) made a diving stop for the game’s final out in a 4-3 win with the tying run on second... Compiled an 11-game hitting streak, beginning June 15 and ending June 16 that raised his average 130 points from .208 to .338... His first home run of the season on June 6 vs Rockland marked the 100th of his career... Signed with the Toronto Blue Jays in February 2011 but was released following spring training. Signed with New Jersey on May 20. CAREER NOTES: Hit a pair of solo home runs on June 18 at Rockland... Enters 2011 one home run shy of 100 for his career... Spent his first seven seasons in the Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos organization after being drafted by the Expos in 2004... Has connected on at least 16 home runs each of the past four seasons... Has been named a league All-Star three times... Began 2010 at Double-A Harrisburg, but earned a promotion to Triple-A Syracuse in May... Entering 2011, has played 417 career games in the outfield, 346 career games at third base (.904 fielding percentage), and 78 career games at second base... Enrolled at Fresno City College as a football players after two of his brothers played there, but switched to baseball after his first year. Born: 7/16/1983 in Staten Island, N.Y. College: Coastal Carolina University Resides: Manalapan, N.J. Drafted: 2005, 15th round (Cincinnati Reds) 2010 w/ New Jersey: 79 games, .293 average, 2 HRs, 32 RBIs, 3-7 SB 2011 NOTES: Raised his batting average 169 points from .222 to .391 with a 5-for-5 performance on June 1 vs. Newark. CAREER NOTES: Older brother is Oakland A’s outfielder David DeJesus... Spent four seasons in the Reds’ system before signing with New Jersey in 2009... In 2010, missed 12 games with a groin injury but still stroked a career-high 17 doubles... Entering 2011 has more career walks (316) than strikeouts (302)... Led all Reds’ farmhands with 78 walks in 2007 with Advanced-A Sarasota... Advanced as high as Double-A Chattanooga in 2008, where he hit .270 in 67 games... Has served as Jackals starting shortstop since the start of the 2009 season but had played just six games at the position prior to signing with New Jersey... Began his college career at East Carolina University before playing his final two seasons at Coastal Carolina University... Was a four-year baseball letterman at New Jersey’s Manalapan High School, where he set the school record for batting average as a sophomore when he hit .522.


BATTER CAPSULES 17

CHRIS ANDERSON

C

R/R

6’0”/215

25 Years Old

4th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

20

MIKE JONES

1B

L/R

6’3”/280

26 Years Old

7th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

22

NICK GIARRAPUTO

3B

R/R

6’4”/210

23 Years Old

6th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

23

MYRON LESLIE

INF/C

S/R

6’3”/220

29 Years Old

8th Season (2nd w/ Jackals)

25

KRIS SANCHEZ

1B

L/L

6’2”/230

27 Years Old

5th Season (1st w/ Jackals)

Born: 10/27/1985 in San Diego, Calif College: San Diego State University Resides: Spring Valley, Calif. Drafted: not drafted 2010 w/ Mississippi Braves, Myrtle Beach Pelicans and Rome Braves: 20 games, .200 average, 0 HRs, 3 RBIs, 1-2 SB 2011 NOTES: Homered twice on July 10 at Worcester, giving him four on the season (had hit just three in 91 career games entering 2011)... Committed three throwing errors in his first two starts of the season after committing just six in 80 career games entering the season. CAREER NOTES: Signed as a nondrafted free agent by the Atlanta Braves on June 12, 2007... Spent four seasons in the Braves’ system, reaching Double-A Mississippi for a brief seven-game stretch in 2010... Also played at Myrtle Beach and Rome in 2010... Entering 2011, is a career .201 hitter over 91 games... Played three seasons at San Diego State University under head coach Tony Gwynn, where he was teammates with Stephen Strasburg and Justin Masterson for one year each. Born: 6/14/1985 in Moreno Valley, Calif. College: Arizona Western College Resides: Moreno Valley, Calif. Drafted: 2004, 25th round (Boston Red Sox) 2010 w/ Myrtle Beach Pelicans: 97 games, .282 average, 5 HRs, 47 RBIs, 1-3 SB 2011 NOTES: Got his first day off in the Jackals 51st contest of the season on July 20 vs. Rockland... Launched a two-run homer in each of the first two games of the season at Pittsfield. CAREER NOTES: Was in spring training with the Jackals in 2010 but had his contract sold to the Atlanta Braves on May 20 just prior to the start of the Can-Am League season... Resigned with the Jackals on April 11, 2011... Has spent the past two seasons in the Single-A South Atlantic League... Spent his first five seasons in the Boston Red Sox system. Born: 5/29/1988 in Westlake, Calif. College: drafted out of high school Resides: Calabasas, Calif. Drafted: 2006, 12th round (New York Mets) 2010 w/ Sussex Skyhawks: 79 games, .243 average, 7 HRs, 41 RBIs, 5-7 SB 2011 NOTES: Drew his first walk of the season on June 28 vs Quebec (his 29th game of the year) in his 117th plate appearance. At the time of that free pass, Giarraputo had struck out 27 times but was leading the league with seven hit by pitches. CAREER NOTES: Name is pronounced gee-ah-ruh-PEW-tow... Spent his first four seasons in the New York Mets’ organization... In 2010 with Sussex, connected on a career-high seven home runs after hitting just three during his first four seasons... Was drafted out of High School by the New York Mets in 2006... Was acquired by New Jersey in the Can-Am League dispersal draft in January 2011 following the announcement that the Sussex Skyhawks would not operate in 2011... Attended Simi Valley High School, the same high school that produced major league pitchers Jeff and Jered Weaver. Born: 5/2/1982 in Panama City, Fla. College: University of South Florida Resides: Riverview, Fla. Drafted: 2004, eighth round (Oakland A’s) 2011 w/ Trenton Thunder: 3 games, .333 average (3-for-9), 0 HR, 0 RBIs, 0-0 SB 2011 Notes: Began the season at Double-A Trenton, going 3-for-9 in three games before being released by the Yankees on April 29... Signed with New Jersey on May 24... Was the Jackals opening-day starter behind the plate... Charged with first four passed balls of the season on June 13 vs Pittsfield... Stole his ninth base of the season on June 2 vs New York, marking a new career high. CAREER NOTES: Returns to the Jackals, where he was a Can-Am League All-Star in 2009, after spending the entire 2010 season and the beginning of the 2011 season in the New York Yankees’ organization... Had his contract purchased by the Yankees from the New Jersey Jackals in March 2010... With Advanced-A Tampa in 2010, batted .269 with six home runs and 39 RBIs in 80 games... With New Jersey in 2009, was a Can-Am League postseason All-Star selection at first base after batting .272, ranking fourth in the league with 18 home runs and ranking second in the league with 64 walks, 71 runs, 75 RBIs, and a .410 on-base percentage... Has finished among the top five in league walks four times in seven professional seasons... Played four seasons at the University of South Florida. Born: 1/9/1984 in Marana, Ariz. College: University of Hawaii Resides: Cambridge, Ohio Drafted: not drafted 2010 w/ Sussex Skyhawks: 91 games, .281 average, 19 HR, 74 RBIs, 0-0 SB 2011 NOTES: On June 16 vs. Pittsfield, went 2-for-4 with a 2B and HR, driving in five runs (had seven RBIs through his first 18 games); it also marked his first multi-hit game of the year... Began the season 1-for-25 through his first six-plus games. CAREER NOTES: Has hit double-digit home runs in three of his first four professional seasons, averaging one home run every 21.7 at-bats in his career… In 2010, finished second in Can-Am League extra-base hits (41), first in intentional walks (5), tied for second in home runs (19), third in RBIs (74), third in total bases (179), and third in strikeouts (85), starting all 91 games for Sussex at first base... Was a Single-A Midwest League mid-season All-Star in 2009 with the Clinton LumberKings... Finished fifth in the rookie-level Appalachian League with 11 home runs for the Pulaski Mariners in 2008 while raising his batting average 109 points to .336 after batting .227 at Short-A Everett in 2007... Signed with the Seattle Mariners as a non-drafted free agent on May 29, 2007... Redshirted his freshman season at the University of Arizona in 2003... Attended Central Arizona College in 2004 and 2005... Attended the University of Hawaii in 2005 and 2006, where he hit .362 with 10 home runs and 66 RBIs in 58 games as a senior.


JACKALS DAY-BY-DAY - FIRST HALF ( 27-20 ) Gm Date Opponent

W/L Score

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 

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

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

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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

JACKALS COACHING STAFF BIOS

#14 - ED OTT - Pitching and Third Base Coach (4th season w/ New Jersey) • • • • • • •

Returns to the Jackals after serving as manager of the Sussex Skyhawks in 2010. Had previously served as a coach with New Jersey from 2007-10. Was previously the manager of the Allentown Ambassadors for 4 1/2 seasons (1997-99 and 2002-03), earning Northeast League Manager of the Year honors in 1998 and 1999. In Allentown, Joe Calfapietra was part of his coaching staff from 1997-99. Was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 23rd round in 1970 and spent eight seasons in the major leagues as a catcher and outfielder. Helped the Pirates defeat the Orioles in the 1979 World Series, scoring the winning run in Game 2. Was traded to the California Angels prior to the 1981 season, but was limited to 75 games due to a rotator cuff injury and retired after the season. Was Barry Bonds’ first minor league manager with Single-A Prince William in 1985. Spent seven seasons coaching at the major league level, serving as the Astros first base coach and bench coach under Art Howe from 1989-93 and the Tigers bullpen coach from 2001-02 under Phil Garner. Born 7/11/51 in Muncy, Pa. (60 years old).

#1 - ANI RAMOS - Assistant Coach (14th season w/ New Jersey) • • • •

Has been with the Jackals as a coach since their inception in 1998, entering his 14th season with New Jersey in 2011. Is the only member of the organization in uniform for each of the team’s first 13 seasons. Sports four Jackals championship rings. Prior to his time with the Jackals, played for Ramapo College and was a coach on the 1984 Roadrunners squad that won the NCAA Division III national championship. Born 7/17/61 (50 years old) in Cuba and was raised in Passaic, N.J.

#3 - RAMON NIVAR - Assistant Coach (1st season w/ New Jersey) • • • •

Joined the Jackals’ coaching staff on May 31. Was in spring training with the Newark Bears but retired prior to the start of the season due to a knee injury. Played with the Jackals in 2008 (was the team’s opening-day shortstop) and batted .221 in 23 games before finishing the season with Newark. Split the 2010 season between Double-A Chattanooga and Triple-A Albuquerque in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ organization, batting .292 in 56 contests. Boasts 42 games at the major league level with the Texas Rangers and Baltimore Orioles from 2003-05. Is a veteran of 10 professional seasons.


JACKALS DAY-BY-DAY - SECOND HALF Gm Date Opponent

W/L Score (Inn) WP

LP

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

L 2-1 W 5-0 (7) W 5-4 W 11-10 W 3-2 W 4-3 W 7-5 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

Blevins (5-2) Ellis (4-1) Leverton (7-3) Moore (1-0) Gagg (2-0) Pavlik (9-1) Ellis (5-1) 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 11:05 a.m.

Pavlik (8-1) Martin (12) Knippschild (0-1) Velasquez (3-4) A. Martin (3-1) Fox (3) Putnam (1-2) Gogal (8) Schult (0-2) Gogal (9) Streaman (1-4) Gogal (10)

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

7:05 p.m. 11:05 a.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m.



7/17 7/18 7/19 7/20 7/21 7/22 7/23 7/24 7/25 7/26 7/27 7/28 7/29 7/30 7/31 8/1 8/2 8/3 8/4 8/5 8/6 8/7 8/8 8/9 8/10 8/11 8/12 8/13 8/14 8/15 8/16 8/17 8/18 8/19 8/20 8/21 8/22 8/23 8/24 8/25 8/26 8/27 8/28 8/29 8/30 8/31 9/1 9/2 9/3 9/4

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

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 2:05 p.m.

6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m.

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Game Notes

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)

T-5th T-4th T-3rd T-2nd T-1st T-1st 1st

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

-1.0 -1.0 -1.0 -1.0 N/A N/A +0.5

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


July 24 Game Notes vs New York